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PAGE SIX THE BATTLE GXLEEH (UIOIIIOAZT) ZZOOXT-JOXJXLZTAL THUIISDAY, JAirUAZIY 18, 19 AO. (gDsoDU Odd aogCD Y LOCALS RETAIN UNBEATEN HARK WITH 6 IN ROW Players Scramble On Floor While Medich, Payne and Osborn Leave Game. PIVE.A BASKETBALL. W.I Battle Creek ... 2 0 Lansing Central 2 0 Ann Arbor 1 I Jackson 1 2 Lansing Kastern 0 S Wednesday's Results. Battle Creek 23, Jackson 20. Iansln? Central 23, Lansing Eastern 24. JOE PALOOKA No Offense Meant Rilly By HAM FISHER I ( CTOE IS NOW.THROWING A LEFT I KNOBBY MEANT I USED A LEFT l I VW "YA HAPTA '5CU5E ME V HOOK THEN COUNT ERIN' WITH J JAB AND THEN A RIGHT HOOK. Jp EMBARRASS f KNOBBY.! DINT Vfe-A) ARlSHf l YOU PELLAS MIGHT BE nzZ NIEAINTX ( MEAN T'DO mrmh r's jab. TTBassaJl conpused.the other ,rr't' supposed X that rilly. Jl I I I I LI ' I I I I I ' I II i Elmer layden, COACH AT NOTRE DAME HAS 6IVEN JOE THE ' USE OP THE GYM. THE COLLEGE BOXIN6 SQUAD IS IN attendance AS JOE TRAlNS,TO PICK UP A PEW POINTERS. Basketball fans who like tbelr game rough spent a pleasant eve ning at the High school gymnasium Wednesday night as Jerry Graham's Battle Creek High quintet main tained an undefeated record for the season by nosing out Jackson in a Five-A conference tussle, 23 to 20 Wednesday's contest was one of the wildest and roughest seen on the local court in several seasons but luckily the 16 players who saw action escaped with only scratches and a few bumps. Only 22 fouls were called in the game but three players were forced to leave the fray. Center Joe Medich of Bat tle Creek and Center Orn Osborn of Jackson were detected shoving and hauling at each other around the free throw lane In the last quarter and Referee Sherman Hicks asked them to leave while Forward Bob Payne of Battle i Creek was charged with four fouls and finally had to depart late in the fray with the Bearcats holding a slight edge. Bearcat Protect Lead Rivalrv between the two schools in all sports has been keen for several years but never did the two basketball teams battle more earn stlv than thev did Wednesdav.- In several instances blows were ex changed as feelings were hurt by shoving or loose elbows. It was a case of outlasting the other fellow and the Bearcats finally seized the lead late in the third quarter that led to a second straight conference triumph. Fans who saw the game here Immediately booked passage for the return engagement in Jackson. Jackson ran up a 5-0 lead on 'the local cagers as the game got underway and it wasn't until barely a minute remained in the first period when Payne tossed in a free throw on Esch's foul. Three baskets were scored after that before the quarter ended and field goals by Captt Tom Popovlch and Del Winans enabled Battle -Creek to pull up to 7-5. Medich opened the second period by hooking in a left handed pivot shot to tie the count. Bob Coin put the Vikings ahead with a rebound shot but Payne deadlocked the score with a hook shot. For the first time Battle Creek took the lead at 11-9 on Payne's bucket as he took a long pass on a fast break but this only lasted until Osborn got the ball for a field goal from under the hoop. Medich's bat-in shot put the locals ahead again but Just before the half Stan Pyclak broke away for a basket and the teams left the court at half-time tied, 13-all. Jackson repeated the first quarter opening as the second half started when Coin bagged a dog shot and Eddie McQuillan scored from close range to run the Viking margin to 17-13. This beckoned the Beartcat offense to start moving and Ray Teeter tallied a dog shot. With three minutes left in the third period Payne knotted the count with a set overhead shot and Medich batted in a field goal as the players milled around the basket to give Battle Creek a 19-17 margin. Teeter's push shot ended the scoring and the locals started the final stanza boasting a four-point advantage of 21-17. Locals Never Trail. Rattle Creek never trailed in the last eight minutes and only five points were scored as tne two nnintfta tried desoerately to keep possession of the ball. Larry Ruede tinned In a Jackson basket and with the quarter half over Battle Creek held this two-pomi ieaa. Medich. after four straight misses, flnaiiv cnnntefl a free throw to malt th lnral marsrin three points but Coin retaliated when fouled by Payne. Braxton s one-pointer ena ed the scoring. Medich and Osborn left the game with 2:48 remaining and both missed their tree tnrow attempt. t thd last two minutes Pyciak and Winans missed free throws and as tho final seconds ticked away Bear cats held onto the ball until the gun. .... ... Panin nnii Medich each account ed for seven points while Pyclak led Jackson with six. Jackson won the preliminary aniP. 30 to 28. Friday will find Battle Creek nlavine at Lansing Central with a record of six straight wins at stake. Rattl Creek (23. Jackson (20). G F P G F P 0 0 O Coln f NEW COACH, OWNER OF LIONS , V - f if' A George (Potsy) Clark and Fred L. Mandel, Jr. Here is the new coach and owner of the Detroit Lions, professional football team. The coach is George (Potsy) Clark, left, original Lion coach and recently ousted as Brooklyn Dodger mentor, and the owner Is Fred L. Mandel, Jr., of Chicago. The purchase price was reported at $200,000. Mandel owns the controlling interest in the new organization. Dutch Clark's Release From Lions Awaits Only His Asking Walz f Braxton f 0 Medich c 3 Winana g ' 1 Popovlch, g 1 Payne f 3 Teeter f 2 Budrow g 0 Pyciak t S Osborn c 1 McQuillan g 2 t-sch K o Levi sr 0 Ruede f 1 OiScott t 0 9 2 13 Totals 10 3 10 Totals Score bv Quarters: Battle Creek 5 S 8 223 Jackson .... 7 6 4 320 Free throws missed Medich- 5, Winans, Popovlch., Teeter 2, Coin, Pnciak. Uh-born 2. McQuillan 3 Officials: Sherman - Hicks ' (Central Stale) and Forest Strome (Kala- m&soo). Detroit, Jan. 18. (U. P.) Pro-sional football, roused from its off season hibernation by the $200,000 sale of the Detroit Lions to Chicago and New York interests, was returning to its winter retreat today as the new management began mopping up uncompleted details 01 the franchise transfer. Argument over the playing con tract of Earl (Dutch) Clark, still held by the Detroit Lions, ended on a sentimental note with the new regime willing to give Dutch his re- STAHL TIES FOR WESTERN LEAD Posts 70 To Match Cards Of Little and Krueger In San Francisco Golf. San Francisco, Jan. 18. (U. P.) Lawson Little, Al Krueger, and Marvin Stahl set the pace today as the field of the San Francisco $5,000 match play open golf tour nament, cut almost in half Dy first- round casualtf3s, swung into tht final qualifying round. The three professionals got 70's over the long fairways of the par 72 Lake Merced Country clut course to tie for the medal on the first day. The Winter golf brigade could not touch the competitive course record of 69 set in 1936. It took 80's or better to go out today with the 120 survivors of the original field of 220. The best 32 medal scores tonight will go out Friday in the first of four 18-hoIe rounds that will determine the finalists for Sunday's 36-hole climax. Eight players had 71s: Craig Wood. Vito Machado, George Beer, Charles Sheppard, Sam Byrd, Fred -Whetmore, Dick Metz and Jimmy DemareL In the fight were the "big three", of the- California Winter, golf cir. cuit. Little won at Los Angeles and Demaret at Oakland, while Clayton Heafner, runnerup in both tournaments, was close up with a par 72. CENTRAL NIPS EASTERN. . Lansing, Jan. 18. One of the feature games of the Five-A conference basketball race takes place here Friday night, when unbeaten Lansing Central and Battle Creek clash with first place as the prize. Central paved the way for this top-notch attraction ; Jty nosing out Eastern here Wednesday night, 25 to 24, when Negro Hugh Davis, one of the best all-around athletes in the conference, looped in a basket from mid-court in the last 10 sec-ionds of play to give the Big Reds their victory. r Just! a few seconds previously Ferry Rathburn had put Eastern ahead with a folldw-iip shot Eastern tod at the half, 15-10. lease but hoping that he will - remain the keynote of Lion tradition without playing for any other team. George (Potsy) Clark, who coached Dutch for six years and who has been returned, to leadership of the Lions by the new owners, said that Dutch, now coaching at Cleveland, would be given his player's contract if he asks for it. Last fall the Lions refused to surrender Dutch Clark's playing rights when he asked for the contract shortly before the Lions and Rams met in Cleveland. "If Dutch wants his release and I hope he doesn't I'm ready to give It to him," Potsy said. "But just as Lou Gehrig was given a permanent place on the Yankee roster, we'd like to see Dutch keep his number seven jersey and the number one spot on the Detroit Lions roster, in which he led the boys to their only league title, and twice led the league in scoring. "For sentiment's sake we dont want to see him close his active career as a player on another team. We don't intend to recall him and I don't think he intends to resume a, player's role if he were released. But we'd like to be able to call Dutch back in 1960 and put him in that number seven jersey Just for old time's sake." There was a less sentimental note in the mopplng-up operations. In answer to the claim of the deposed head . coach, Elmer C. (Gloomy Gus) Henderson, that his contract still had two years to run at $10,000 a year, and hints that he might bring suit against the management. William A. Alfs, vice-president of the old management and reported to be president under the new re gime, repeated that the Hender Bon contract was not among the effects transferred in the sale, and that any such libility would rest with the old corporation. "The contract was for two more years, all right, but not at $10,000 a year," he added. Potsy Clark said he would interview Heartley (Hunk) Anderson, assistant coach last year, but it appeared first consideration would go to George Chrlstensen, former Lion tackle who was Potsy s as sistant last year. There was no mention of , the prospects for Bill Howard, backfield coach who came with Henderson from the Los An geles Bulldogs. Clark also declined to comment on the current Lion roster and the draft rights in connection with possible additions and trades nntil after further study. A-2 TITLE HELD BY JEWEL BOX Weston Biscuit Bows To First Bound Champions By 29-17 Margin. The Sport Parade - - - V - 'Baseball Slaves CLASS A-2 BASKETBALL. W. U W. Ls Jewel Box Register Rexall Ralston 0 5 1 4 2 2 4 Main Cigar 2 4 Club Restaur' t 3 4 Weston 0 6 Jewel Box held the first round championship of the Class A-2 Basketball, league today after chalking up the sixth straight triumph Wednesday night at the Youth Building. The new champions whipped Weston Biscuit, 29-17, in the final game of the round, while Club Restaurant upset Ralston Pnrina, 29-13, and United States Register beat Main Cigar Store, 23-17, Weston Biscuit trailed Jewel Box, 13-5, at the intermission and couldn't overcome this - margin in the last two periods. Cljuck Rom ick scored 12 points for Jewel Box. By halftime Club Restaurant held a 16-7 lead over Ralston Purina and then held the Foodmakers scoreless in the last quarter. Register led all the way against Main Cigar, leaving the floor for the intermission holding an 18-13 advantage. Jewel Bex (29). Weston (17). off u r f Romlck f 6 Turnbull f -'S Feleley c 0 Katn g 2 Estelle k X O'Cohnell c 2 Scotsman I 0 I.iva f 3 Patterson t 0 Hear c 3 M ' Don aid g I Hlllyer g 1 Voorhees g 0 Benton a 1 Grant f 0 0-0 -Totals 13 6 Totals 8 1 9 Jewel Box 10 3 10 629 Weston 2 3 6 617 Referee John Vydareny. Umpire Cy Elliott. Ralston (13). O F B. Nutter t 0 0 Coleman f 1 0 N. Nutter c 1 1 Abalr g 0 1 McClure a 0 0 I.ufek c 2 0 Brock g 0 0 Waltman g 0 0 Phenia t 11 Club Rest. (29). P G F P Wowazko f 2 Cronkite t Olson, c Barney g-Ken-edy g Hub?.elar Totals 5 3 7 Totals 13 3 9 Ralston ., 2 5 6 013 Club Restaurant H 5 2 1129 Main Cigar (17). U. S, Register (23). Sidnam I 1 Cady t 1 WhltnVe c 1 Bowen g 1 Bush g 3 Marion g 0 LaPoint g 0 Reese t 0 G F P SIMcNsal f 3Parr!sh, f 3IG. Hayes e OiLeys cr 2C. Hayes g v 0 0 G F P Teeter f Buller g Totals 7 3 111 Totals 8 9 9 Main Clear 6 7 4 017 U. S. Register 7 U 3 223 SHIPPING ROLLS 2,367 TO LEAD BOWLING LOOP Shipping Room registered a 2,367 series against Standards Department to lead the Michigan Carton Bowling league In scoring Wednesday at Recreation Center. Ray Echelberry led Shipping with 530 while Roy Nisbet scored 499 for Standards. High singles were Jim Vosburgh 626. Willis McKeeby 557 (210), Frank Murray 612, Bill Barnes 490, Bill Shaw 523 (204) and Joe Nadeau 498. Results: Power Plant 2,200 (761. 696, 745) ts. Press Room 2,205 (700, 793. 712), Die Room 2,124 (742. 793. 689) ts. Per-sonel 2,149 (641, 724, 789). Office 2.196 (661, 721, 814) vs.. Machine Shop 2,054 (623, 720, 711), Glue Room 2,329 (826, 730, 743) vs. Mill 1.820 (628, 628, 652) and Cutting 2,349 (710, 821. 812) vs. Finishing 2,178 (699, 785, 694). Shlanlna Room. ? Standards Dept. Echel'y 168 179 1831Nisbt 170 163 166 K-i.K. 11 as 1 ca RMtam'n 183 144 185 Edw'rds 135 138 123 TtirnbuU 156 126 166 Dllsav'r 144 132 139 Elliott 149 127 156 Ruthr'ff 158 181 150 Hakes 170 147 118 Handic'p 46 46 46 Totals 783 775 810 Team total 2387 Totals . 828 711 791 Team total 2330 Basketball Results Brown 41, Army 39. Fordham 23, St. John's 22. Long Island 89, Blue Ridge (Md) 81. f Dartmouth 69, Penn 45. , Cornell 40, Colunia 33. George Washington 49, Navy 29. -Syracuse 27. Penn State 24. ; . Pitt 73. Carnesrie Tech 42. Oregon State 33. Washington State 31. Temple 39. LaSalle 37. VUlaaova 46, Albright 34 .... POSTVM NO. 3 LEAGUE. . JohnMally topped the singles In Postum's No. 3 Bowling league Wednesday by spilling the pins foi a 540 cotftot Other scores we.e Joe Birkenstock 538, Harold Fuller 520, Fred Bailey 600 and Clayton Lewis 485. Results: Jell-O, 2,-208 (724, 706, 778) ts. Certo, .2,156 (724, 720, 712) and Postum, 2,22b (695, 795, 756) vs. Coconut, 2,108 (704, 680, 724). POSTUM LADIES" LEAGUE. Robins scored 2,55 to shut oat Skylarks in a Postum Ladles' Bowling league match Wednesday at Recreation Center as Olivia Edgett scored 459 and Ella Van Strien posted 435. Betsy Ross scored 472 for high singles while Pat Chambers rolled 437, Ellen Turner tallied 449, Florence Zan-ger rolled 477 and. Gladys Love-, joy rolled 453. " ' Los Angeles, Jan. 18. (U. P.) As an old handwriting on the wall expert it is my guess that the recent freeing of 91 baseball serfs by Judge -Kenesaw Mountain Lan-dis will eventually prove to be the first step toward a general releasing from bondage of all basebal-players. You know, of course, that baseball players are the nearest things we have to slaves in this country. They don't reach their owners in clanking chains, after a hot and dismal crossing in the hold of a ship, but once delivered they become vassals of their masters and can be traded and sold about as it they were dumb animals. The fact that some of them are dumb animals doesn't alter the unfair ness of their treatment. . I have no doubt but that some of the free-thinkers among the flayers will seek means to capitalize on the not quite week-old edict of Judge Landis. They are certain to see it as the first exposure of a chink in the armor of the owners and attempt to do Bomethinfe about it. They also will draw courage and confidence from the fact that baseball's highest power is interested in seeing to it that the players get an even break from the operating powers. I never have seen a standard baseball contract (few laymen ever have, for that matter) but from what I can gather it must be more binding then a trunkful of mustard plasters, and as hard to break as a Mississippi roustabout's skull. It must be a one sided instrument, too, as one-sided as a blackboard, because I never heard of a player who bad any success, , marked or otherwise, in trying to release himself , from its clutches. Once a player signs with a club that club has him at its mercy. It can sell him to the Pigeon Toe team in Upper Arkansas if it wants to, or it can trade him for a smoked ham and a grandfather' clock to the last place team in the Twilight league of Scratch Ankle, Georgia. Or, if the fancy strikes the owners, the player can be given a soft spot on the bench COMISKEY HEIRS HALT CLUB SALE Widow Of Late White Sox Owner Will Oo To Court In Halting Action. Chicago, Jan. 18. (U. P.) Thomas J. Sheehan. attorney fot the widow of J. Louis Comiskey, said today he had been informed that the First National Bank of Chicago would seek permission of the probate court to sell the Chicago White Sox baseball club. He said that the petition would be filed with Judge John F. O'Coti nell today and that the heirs would contest the proposed action on the ground that It was contrary to Comiskey's wishes expressed in his will. Spokesmen for the bank claimed that the best interests of the estate would be served by the sale, he said. Comiskey. who died July 18, 1939, left the estate In trust foi Mrs. Grace Reidy Comiskey and their three children. Mrs. Comiskey received halt of the estate and the other half was divided among the children. The First National' Bank was named trustee. The estate owns 7,450 shares of stock in the White - Sox which have a par value of $100 each. Harry Orabiner, White Sox secretary, owns the remaining 50 shares. POSTUM NO. 2 LEAGUE. Willard Roberts paced the Postum No. 2 Bowling league in singles Wednesday with a 606 series. His games were 202, 202 and 202. Other scores were Bill Begg 573 (203, 226), Frank Burgle 483. Ray Turner 492 and John Croose 499. Results: Post-O 2,227 (659, 780. 788)- vs. Baker Chocolate 2,039 (731. 632. . 726) and Log Cabin 2,405 (805. 811. 789) vs. Diamond Crystal 2.285 (756, 722. 807). LaFranee. Calumet. Schragg 138 US HJCroose 160 166 173 Carth'y 107 133 122:Hanris'n 139 139 131 L'Fun'n 124 116 141 Turner 164 138 190 Vance 155 136 118 Handic'p CO 60 60 It. Bush 173 109 159 Wilson 185 173 167 W. Begg 203 226 150 - By HENRY McLEMORE- and told to sit there until ivy begins twining itself about his legs. If the player rebels against any of these or a dozen other measures, his rebellion will be ever bit as effective as a fire alarm in a home for the deaf. A show ol spirit often results in a slash oi salary and if a player resents this to the point of holding out he is often marked with baseball'b equivalent of the bar sinister and then he is welcome nowhere. A team could offer a star player $500 for the season and the player would have to take it or quit baseball. He couldn't refuse it and 'sell his services to a higher bidder. As most baseball players are not capable of adapting them selves to another profession, tbe have to take what is offered them or retire, and this is cutting off the nose to spite the face. In most instances, they take what Is given them. I have often heard arguments as to whether haseball contracts would stand the scrutiny of court. One school says yes, an other says no. As a - man whose knowledge of the law is limited to the penalty for parking by fire plugs and smoking in any but the last four rows of buses, I would not like to express an - opinion But don't be surprised if Judge Landis' late ruling doesn't prompt some baseball player -to try to find out. ALBION. HOPE TO RENEW RIVALRY Unbeaten M. I. A. A. Cage Leaders Clash Friday In Holland Armory. " Albion, Jan. 18. Albion College's veteran basketball quintet, which missed winning the M. I. A. A. championship last year because it dropped a 47-41 overtime decision to Hope College at Holland, will be back in Holland again Friday night for its first 1939-1940 season clash with the Dutchmen. The two clubs have split their annual home and home series the last two seasons and such is quite likely again this year as Hope has a high scoring team just as heavily studded with . veterans . as Albion The two teams are now tied for first place in the M. I. A. A. standings with three wins apiece. Albion is likely to start Steve Beban" and "Bill Feduniak at for wards, Charles VanderLinde, sorv omore from Muskegon, at center, and Dave Luxenberg and Fred Cooks at guards. Hope will probably, start Ken Honholt and Ade Slikkers, guards, Lee Brannock, center, and Ray Lokers, forward, all veterans, with a sophomore, Vanden Berg or Van Wieren, at the other forward berth.. A capacity crowd is expected to jam the Holland Armory. HALLOCK TOPS SCORERS. Albion, Jan. 18. James Hallock, senior forward on the Hillsdale College basketball team, is leading M. I. A. A. individual scoring race at present with 53 points In five games with three Alma players in the runnerup positions. Bill Fe duniak, 1939 scoring champion, has only played three games and scored thirty points, but should get close to the leaders within the next ten days as his rivals will not be in action as often. The 15 leading scorers: o FG FT TP Hallock. Hillsdale .... 5 21 11 63 Hartt, Alma B 24 3 51 Howe, Alma 5 23 3 49 Carey, Alma 5 18 10 46 Lokers, Hope 4 18 8 44 Piatt. Hillsdale 5 14 13 41 Honholt. Hope 4 15 8 38 Brannock, Hope 4 14 6 34 Cottrell. Adrian 5 13 7 33 Klrby. Alma 5 14 2 30 Feduniak, Albion 3 12 6 30 Rink. Adrian 6 13 6 30 Ward, Hillsdale 5 12 5 29 Karowoskl. Hillsdale. 5 12 2 26 Vandenberg, Hope ... 4 11 4 26 EAGLE8 BEATEN, 36-28. Chicago, Jan. 18. (U. P.) The Detroit Eagles lost their lead in the Eastern division of the National Professional Basketball league last night in a 36-28 defeat by the Chicago ; Bruins. Chicago, first team to ? defeat Detroit this year, maintained an early margin to let Akron Firestone take the Eastern division lead by defeating Hammond, Ind, 62-46. Judson A. Hyames, Western State athletic director, is working on his Doctor's degree. Martha Blair To Be Honored Here Friday Evening Officials of Battle Creek High school announced today that Fri day night's Five-A conference dual meet in swimming with " Lansing Central has been designated . as Martha Blair Night in honor of the local diving star who holds the state championship. Martha is a senior at Battle Creek High and her brilliant dlv ing has earned her a record of never finishing - lower than fifth In national competition. Coached by Leroy F. Sparks, one of: the country's leading swimming,- au thorities, Miss Blair has been able to score big totals "by" doing such unusually difficult dives as the forward 2.1-2 somersault and -a fall twisting 1 1-2 somersault : . One" of the local" star's greatest achievements . was dethroning Thelma Boughner, Canadian national champion and ' Olympic div er, as Michigan A. A. U. hlghboard titleholder last Summer in " Detroit During Friday's meet Miss Blair will give an exhibition. The Bearcats will take an un defeated. .record, into this conference meet and Tuesday beat the other Lansing school. Eastern, by six points, 45-39, after clinching the victory in the Individual medley. The meet begins at 8 p.'m. LOCAL PADDLE STARS ENTER STATE, TOURNEY Thirteen Battle Creek table tennis stars will compete in the Michigan State Close Championships Saturdav and Sunday In Flint, it was stated today by Art Goldberg, manager of Table Tennis center. The local delegation will include Mr. and Mrs. Ken Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lugers, Mr. and Mrs. Vnnehn Finlav. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cluff, Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg, Don Robinson, Del Stone and Bob huh. Six teams will comprise the Class A league for the rest of the season, Goldberg said, and pairings for tonight included Fostum vs. rrnfAi RtAAl and Wire. Cluffs vs. Forsters and Painters vs. Crosbys. POSTUM NO. 1 LEAGUE. Huskies turned in a 2.390 series against Maxwell House to lead the Postum No. 1 Bowling league in scoring Wednesday at Recreation Center. Gayle Edgett led the winners with 514 (205) while Dave Johnson rolled 512 and Ben Chambers tallied 509 for Maxwell House. Other singles were - Larry Kline 525, Art Sitter 575 (209). Roy Blackmore 514 (205), Noble Smith 492 and Glen Laner 491. Results: Swansdown 2.289 (748, 739, 802) vs. Grape-Nuts 2,261 (731, 742. 788) and Sanka 2,365 (813. 761. 790) vt. Tapioca 2,183 (741. 721, 721). GATLIIJG FIGHTS LANSING BOXER IIEREJONIGHT State Amateur Champion To See Action In Moon-Journal Golden Gloves.; Lee Gatling, Battle Creek's state open' middleweight amateur oox- ing champion, has been matched with H. J. O Dell of Lansing, in the feature bout of tonight's se ond round of elimination matches in the Moon-Journal Golden Gloves at the Masonic Auditorium... - . ... . Local .tournament officials announced, this morning that OTDell had signified his Intention of being " on band for the three-round scrap tonight Gatling appeared in an exhibition with Harley Crall early In December but has been idle since. Lansing will bring several ont standing fighters to Battle Creek tonight and the visitors are expected to help fill the heavier divisions. Orville (Corky) Con vis and - Adolph Ploehm, local heavyweights, hope to see action for the first time In the 1940 tournament Tonight's show will eliminate a number of contestants from the running for local championships and help pave the way for semifinals Feb. 1 and finals Feb. 8. Battle Creek's team ot 16 winners , will . enter- the state tourney In Grand Rapids Feb. 15 and 16. - Lt. Harold J. Payette Post No. 565, Veterans of Foreign Wars, is conducting the meet The referee is expected to be Lou Handler, of Detroit, unless he Is given another assignment by the State Athletic Board of Control. The show will start at 8:15 p. m. . BEERS M0BILGAS ROLLS 2,560 FOR HIGH SERIES Beers Mobilgas Service nesed out Eckert & Becker Beer for high scoring honors in the Manufacture ing owling league Wednesday, scoring 2,560 to top the rival quintet by three pins. The E. A B. five won two. of the three games: " Dick Shulters led Beers with 538 (200). while Herm Beaver led theEV it B. team with 518. Martin Flaherty of United Steel & Wire rolled 543, Davis SJolln of Moose posted 519 (209); Bill Barnard of Unique Tavern rolled 561, Ted " Launtz of Walk-Over scored 539. Bob Barney of Walk-Over rolled 556, and Lynn Rogers of Atlas Sales tallied 53t (228): - -. - . - E. S. - Beer. " BeA MebHoaa. ': Scott 101148 .Beers ' 14816419 Handy 157 156 MO'CCon'll 160 16010 Beaver ;- 183 TT9 516'O'Con-n 160 14 136 R Flk 127 167 211 Shelters 200 157 184 Willn8 .85 157 163praham .143 160 208 HanCic'p- 41. 41 41 Totals 804 788 965 Team total 2557 Totals " 821 785.864 Team total 2.260 RADIO REPAIR For a Complete Check-Up of Your Radio Call 2-4018 TUBES TE8TED FREE . STAR TIRE CO. - 16 River St STARK BOWLERS TOP : ASSOCIATED LEAGUE Stark Equipment -led the Associated Bowling league -Wednesday with a 2,347 series at 20th Century Recreation and won three games from Julius Star, Inc., as Gordon Brunner rolled 525 (204) and. Ken Kennedy posted 512. High singles were Heath. Eagles. 512; Marsh. Clark No. 1. 498; Skelllnger. Clark No. 2, 495; Dyas, Clark No. 2. 480: O'Connell, Paul Button Clothing, 541 (202); Walters, Clark No. 3, 501 (211), and Searers, Clark No. 3. 491. Stark. Julius Star. K. K'y 170 176 166Allwar't 121 158 128 Boyer . 136 135 135 T. Star 135 139 130 Stark 149 149 149!Vewtn'n 147 95 124 Brun'er 157 164 204!Autin 104 139 121 A. Ke'y 150 173 134hpr 140 118 lffs , . Handic'p 63 63 63 Totals 762 797 788!Tcrtls 710 712 72 Team ; total 2317 Team total 1995 MICHIGAN CARTON LADIES. Maplebusters won three games from Firecrackers with an 1,890 series in the Michigan Carton: La dies league aB Margaret Oliver led the singles with 452. Zorka Gillls led Firecrackers with 407. - Flrecraekera. Maplebuitera, E. Dow 85 109 110'Olivr 171 164 117 Nadeau 123 128 1J4'M-Grall 109I571OS Camer'n 93 101 123".. Bree -111-99107 GUlts 121 149 137 Tonelli 76 132 110 Voab'gh 130 107 132lRound 108 129 152 ' Handic'p 14 14 14 Totals 552 594 eTotals 59 695 606 Team total 1752J " Team total 1890 QUICK STARTING ! EYHVL..16:c Leaded 74-78 Octane Green Star Regular; 1" 12c - 13c WASHINGTON AT HAM BUN ETHYL SERVICE ; - FLOYO PU R NELL MgrI Totals 748 708 750 Totals 859 63 732 Team total 22061 Zaam tota-J4M (GdDILIBIEKJ

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