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i ' PLA1NFIELD, N. Jn COURIER-NEWS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1933 telephone Plainfield 6-8009 Upsets Unknown But Willing f Grid btaraing Takes Leaders Apprehensive As 1st Weekend Its Toll of Favorites New York -Still a bit Shaken by developments over the weekend, football's major college teams swing right into in spHm of intersectional and conference games this week. Recollecting the disasters of the past week when Southern- Methodist, California and Virginia MUiiary aii were ovami and Virginia, Clemson and Mississippi tied by teams of lower rating, the big fellows are facing the future with some apprehension. The material for further upsets Is ready to hand. Many Major Games Every section in the country will offer one or, more major contests this week with the South and East jthe principal storm centers. Glenn S." (Pop)'Warner will make his de- - but as Temple's head coach Friday nirht when the Owls face South Carolina of the Southern Confer- ence at Philadelphia. The following day Army and Navy will 'open their campaigns, the Cadets against - Mercer of Macon, Ga., and Nary - against William and Mary which handed the Midshipmen a 6-0 set-. back last year. Meanwhile Pitt will - face Washington - and - Jefferson at ; Pittsburgh in a home-bred duel bringing together rivals of ancient standing. Elmer Layden's Du-rquesne outfit will attempt to make it two in a row over West Virginia's . ..Mountaineers at Pittsburgh Friday night -. t . . - . In the South, Biff Jones' .Louis-. . iana '. State Tigers and . Tulane's Green Wave '. will take their stand -. against Southwest Conference foes,' Jiicc and Texas A. and M.,.respec-tivelv. An. All-Southern Conference clash . between Duke and Virginia Military, beaten by little Emory , and. Henry last week will share interest with such games as those be- - tween Georgia and North Carolina . - State. Tennessee and Virginia Poly, and Georgia Tech and Clemson, ' which was held to a 6-6 tie by Presbyterian on Saturday. . Virginia, tied by Hampden-Syd-ney will play Randolph-Macon and Mississippi, held to a 6-6 draw by Southwestern of Memphis,. - faces Mississippi Teachers from Hatties- burg. ' . . V '.' ; ". ' ;"'. ' Big Ten Opener -Northwestern will meet Iowa in the opening Big Ten clash of the , campaign while three"; other Western Conference outfits,' Illinois, Indiana and Minnesota will make their initial starts against lesser opposition. .... Oklahoma of the Big Six con- - fronts a stern intersectional rival, Vanderbilt. Southern Methodist, trimmed by North Texas Teachers, tangles with Texas Tech which beat the Mustangs last year, 6-0. Texas Christian, meanwhile, will attempt to take North Texas Teachers apart to see what makes them tick. In the Far West, the first Pacific Coast Conference games send Stanford against the University of California at Los Angeles, Washington against Idaho and Oregon State againts Montana. California, turned back 7-0 by Santa Clara on Saturday, has scheduled a double-header with the California Aggies and Nevada. Southern California hopes to improve on the 6-0 score by which it beat Loyola of Los Angeles last season. Heavy ; Drills Due " 1 ' For City Gridders With the -opening of - the season due on Saturday with Bound Brook High School at the local scholastic, gridiron'; Coach H. JV. Stine plans fctiff workouts for his Plainfield . High . varsity . football squad this, week, - ..- . Stine was far from pleased ' .with the work of his "combine against Somerville jn a scrimmage on Friday and especial- 'ly plans drills on the defense. .Weather; and the like! has"' - held the squad" back since' the initial call and Stine hopes to pack several - weeks "work into the few days remaining, before the opening game;. ' : snarKev ub enaci Cuban Giants Top Manville, 13 to 2 Manville The - Cuban Giants of Brooklyn swamped .the Manville A. A. under the floodlights ' here Sunday night by a, 13 to 2 score. Only a small crowd witnessed the sad affair with three local twirl-ers getting the bumps. " Clarke ( of the visitors pitched shut-out ball 'with' one hit until the eighth when he allowed a score. Wllhousky, Jablonsky and Lapo did mound duty in that order but were unable to stop the heavy bat-t ng.of the Cubans. A poor lighting system added" to the slowness of the contest.' " Clarke fanned" a total of 17 but walked eight " ' . The lineups ens WithLoughran - New York ( The first start of his comeback campaign a dismal failure, Jack Sharkey." former heavyweight champion, " will begin all over again in a 15-round match with Tommy Loughran at Philadelphia tomorrow night! ' ,'. --"'-' Sharkey was floored and de cisively whipped by King Levlnsky in Chicago the other night and may take another . beating ' from Loughran Uf the clever Philadel- phian can keep his chin out of the I way of the Boston sailor's powerful right It was a right hand punch that Sharkey used to put Loughran away in Tommy's first start among the heavyweights four years ago. Much of the speed that kept Loughran on the light-heavyweight throne for so long has deserted him but he still rates as -one of the world's eanniest ring generals and boasts one of : the greatest left hands in the business. Other major shows this week will be offered by Cleveland tonight and by New York on Saturday. "At Cleveland, Freddy Miller of Cincinnati, National Boxing Association featherweight champion,' meets Frankie Wallace of Cleveland in a 10-round - non-title bout In New York, Billy Petrolle, Duluth welterweight, and Bep Van Klaveren, speedy Hollander, will stage their lon-delayed return match 'in the little Rideewood Grove arena. Pe trolle won the first bout by techni cal knockout when a cut over Van Klaveren's eye led the referee" to stop hostilities. - J American League Yesterday 's Results No games scheduled. ,-.' J Standing of Clubs . . . - W L ' Washington .'. . .f. . 97 51 - New York . . . .. . ... 88 56 -' Philadelphia ..V.. . 77 68 Cleveland ......... 75 , , 74 Detroit ,73 79 Chicago ..'.". .... r.T 65 - 83 1 Boston 60 85 St Louis .... ... ... 55 94 Games Tojlay - . No games scheduled. - National League r ;. Yesterday 's Results ; Brooklyn, 7; Philadelphia, 2. est Louis, 6; Pittsburgh, 3. - -Other clubs not scheduled. PC .655 .611 .531 .503 .480 .439 .414 .369 -'SO t Standing of Clubs New York . . . Pitt8burgh:. Chicago; .".V... St.; Loui . , . Boston ...... Brooklyn . . Philad-rfphla . . . Cincinnati . .. -. ..... . ' Games. To( Boston at New York, 3:15v Brooklyn - at - Philadelphia. Pittsburgh at St. Louis. Other clubs not scheduled. W .89-.-85 . 84 82 . 79 64. .57 58.i L 58 .67 68 69 70 84 ,90 92 PC .605 .559 553 .543 .530 .432 JB3& J87 TKeaterineii Trip Crescents, 7 to 6 .'.' , - -. , ' c Traveling Jt& Bayonne Sunday afternoon the local Crescents dropped a close decision . to the- Hudson Theater Guild at the Bayonne High School Field by a T to 6 score. Entering the last half of, the sevr enth, the locals held a 6 to 4. lead but two errors coupled with a pair of free trips to first base paved the way .for the Hudsonites' ; margin of, victory.-,. . The lineups: . . . , v -Crescents . AB ivtv'''''' MILLS TO SPEAK Generally recognlxed as the greatest authority' on kicking' a football in this country, LeRoy Mills of Mt Vernon will address the Beond Brook University Club at the Bound Brook Inn next Monday night.-, His subject will probably be "Kicking." Mills Is a lawyer by profession but has gained nationwide attention through his knowledge of controlling; the activities of the pigskin through kicking. ; - t j , He has written' much on the subject and has given "instruction to hundreds of gridders and is generally given credit for being responsible for the brilliant punting of Frank Carideo, Notre Dame star quarterback. Efforts are being made to make the University "Club meeting an" open affair so ail can hear Mills. . ' . : "'"," . ... WANT TEAMS' SUPPORT Officials of the great NBA parade here tomorrow are seeking the services of several local sport combines to participate, hi that event It is a patriotic event and in our mind provides a fine opportunity for local athletic organizations to return in part some. measure of service for the-. support they. receive from' Plainfield and Plainfieiders. Any com bines able to turn out In uniform are- requested to get in touch" with Henry Dreler immediately. , . . ..V-;-. . . ";"--.- ' GOSSIPY SPORT NOTES - Gangle, If Goulding, 2b Doody, c ... Ricardo, 3b- i, McNabb, ss .. McGall, lb : Prudhon, cf Boylan, rf Slater, p 3 3 3. 3 R 1 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 H 1 0 0 1 '2 - 1 1 0 0 Er 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 - -Developments in the "golf circles over the weekend were exceedingly Interesting. At the Community Golf Club-the finals were reached in the annual championship 'with some rather, startling , results. - One- was the ascension to the finals for the' first time- of Art Lampertl, who came through with a pair of brilliant wins over the weekend., . He will meet Alden Gray who survived a battle of former-champions which went 19 holes on Sunday. - Gray V victim was Mart Thompson, 1931 titleholder and runner-Hp last season. ' Gray was.the champion in. 1939 At Wat-chung, Elmer Ogdetv defending titleholder, advanced easily, but .one of his greatest rivals for the crown and the runner-up In 1931, Sam Dor-man,- bowed his way out.' Sam was. the victim of Kay. Endoh, popular Japanese star of the club, 1 up in an exciting. 19-hoIe tilt Orer 'at Plain-field the qualifying round of the title tourney was played with 'tjb4 defending champion. Jack Rogers, safely in the title flight. So were several former champions. Including Al Schomp Jrv finalist with Rogers last seasons-Down- at Galloping Hill, Dan Kenely qualified inhis . attempt to gam-his fourth successive Union County public .links crown However, Dan's path to the-, crown t is studded with opposition such as the golf played by Lester Jankoski'of Summit, who took . the medal honors Saturday with a 6, four over: par. . Jankoskl is. a brother of the "Saddle River pro., Some excitement was provided by Alfred Sylvan of Fan-wood who turned in a hole la one on the 13th and had a round of 89. John Whalen, veteran Cedar Brook gridder, for the third successive year made the opening tackle for the Brooks in their season's opener, against. Linden Sunday. Johnny was also the first to require medical attention. The Brooks may. be troubled this .season by a flock of bad-knee, cases. Sandy Iannotta was forced to leave the game twice on Sunday and may quit the game. . Brother Steve Iannotta is on the sidelines with an injured knee and Johnny Ignazewskl is having- the same trouble. Eddie Horesnsld of the Saracens was the first Independent gridder to require hospital attention; receiving . lacerations' of the left forearm, in a Saracen scrimmage Sunday morning. :-v . ; " ' t Vj - Greyhound Entries i At Linden Track Baseball Who Totals ,32 . 6: 6 Hudson Theater Guild AB R If F. Senec, Hanel, rf ..... Shaumberg, cf A. Sf nec, lb Nemcik, ss, Sidison, c .... Starrow, 3b . . . Stites, 2b .... Cantor, p .... Klien, cf .... Totals . .... Score by innings: . Crescents 020 030 16 H. T Guild 200 "110 37 Three-base hit Sidison. , Struck out by Slater 6, Cantor 4. Bases on balls of f Slater i 4, Cantor 0. Umpires P. Renjer. ; 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 H 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 .32 MORE NOTES Frank Bailey, youthful New Brunswick" racing pilot;"' and Harry Munro, Dunellen racing car owner, travelled to North Haven, Conn. Saturday, where the combination of -Bailey's driving and Munro's car was good enough to clean up the racing card there." Bob Beckloff of Newark, was second to Bailey in the distribution of laurels." Frankie was leading at Hohokus on Sunday when the car broke down. One of the most amazing of the nation's women golfers is Mrs. Dorothy Campbell Hurd of Philadelphia.: At the age of 50 she is still winning tournaments and captured the BertheUyn . Cup at - Philly Saturday. It was her fourth triumph in this event and came- 22 years after her Initial victory. She Is consistently scoring over the younger stars of the game and this spring scored a 69. -. . - ; Balliet Fans 15 But Loses ... Cuban Giants - . AB R H E Crespo, 2b 6 3 2 1 P. Dixon, ss ,4 2 10 Hardaway, ss 4 1 1 10 Beck, 3b ....51 3 2 0 Hayes, e ........... .5 13 1 Spearman, rf 4 .12 0 Mario, lb . . .... . . , .". 6 . 1 . 1. . 0 "Ellis, cf 5 1-1 0 T. Dixon, If 5 0 1- 0 Clarke, p 5 0 10 Totals ....r 46 13 15 2 Manville A. A. - AB R ,H E Baronowski, 3b ...... 4 0 10 Kulaski, ss 4 0 0 1 McBride, 2b-c ....... 4 0 0 ;0 Molly, lb 2 1 0 9. Jablonsky, lf-p ..... 2 0 0 0 Lapo, p 1 0 1 0 Shutack, rf ..3 00 F. Dudash, cf 2 0 0 0 J. Dudash, cf 0 10 0 Wade, 2b 3 0 0 1 Dooley, c . . 1 1 0 01 Roski, 2b 0 0 0 Wllhousky, p 0 0 0 1 Totals .-30 2 2 6 Whitehouse The Flemineton A. C. defeated the Royal Blues 6 to 4 in the game here Saturday after-roon. The visitors tallied a run In the third and led throughout the remainder of the contest. Ray Bal-iiet pitched one of his best games for the locals, fanning 15, and with little better support might have won. The lineups: " . ' ' ' . Flemlngton AB 5 5 ..... 3" ' ..... 3 AVRCSTI-ING l AST ANIGHT 'By the Associated PretM Portland, Ore. Otis .. Cllngman, 160, Oklahoma City, : tossed Don Hill, 161, BakersfieldV Calif., two of three falls; Sandy McShain, 160, Pasadena, Calif., tossed .Dorry Det-ton, 157, -.Salt Lake City, , two of three falls. ' ' ' " . Molinari, ss . , Lisk, 2b ' . . . ... Corcoran, If .. Conklin," Jbfl, Anderson, p , Titus, cf ... Prestopine, c Keratner, 3b Wilson, rf ..." 5 5 3 "4, R 1 : 0 o- 0 i: o 2 5 2 0 H .2 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 : 1 GOLF FACTS NOT THEORIES ALEX. J. MORRISON .Central Pra AsMcialiwh- Totals 20313 011 2 Score by innings: Cuban Giants . . .032 . 300 ManvillA A. A. . .000 000 Two-base hits Ellis. Spearman. Hardaway. Three-base hits Hayes, Spearman Home runs Crespo, Beck. Struck out by Clarke 17, Wilhousky 6, Jablonsky 3, Lapo 2, Bases on balls off Clarke 8, Wil-housky 2, Jablonsky 3. Umpires MeUler, Sanislo. .38 Whitehouse . AB Savidge, 3b 4 N. Latourette, If 4 Yard, lb ............ 4 Lein. ss ............ 4 Roche,-2b ........... 2 Balliet p ............ 4 Orts, cf 4 . J Latourette, c ..... Stock, rf ........... 4 Totals ... .. .......33 Score by Innings: Flemington : 001 200 Whitehouse 000 000 Two-base hits Prestopine, N. Latourette 2,.Leip. 2. Double plays Lisk to Corcoran. Struck out by Anderson 9, Balliet 15. Bases on balls off Anderson 5, Balliet 5. Umpires R. Park and H. Carter. R H E r. St T. 0 1 coJ7&;V 1- 2' 0 - feuMcre. A o i . o kJ trn 2 2 2 r 1 p &c:-1 I 0 11 f 1 ,IM J ' 0 1 0 i j VsX ( ' 4 8 4 64- & V 0306 1304 m fi LAST GUT J By the Attociated Press Houston, Tex. Bedford Pitts, 146, Houston, defeated Red Rose, 151. Columbus, Texas, (10): Jack Griffin, 152, Hot Springs, Arlc. outpointed Benny Lindsay, 137, Houston (10). Sports Calendar THURSDAY Franklla Membermhip Bowling Teag-n at Franklin lanes. Team 4 vs. Team 5. Team 3 vs. Team 6. FKIDAY Frajtklin MemlMrshlp Bowling X.ea.gne at Franklin lanes. Team 1 vs. Team 2. SATTTKDAY Light harness meet at Borough Park Track. -Road Horse Association of Newark guests of Central New Jersey Horsemen's Association, 2:00 o'clock. Plainfield High vs. Bound Brook at P. H. S. 2:30. North Plainfield High at Metnchen. Scotch Plains vs. Columbia at South Orange. SC7TDAY Cedarbrook A. C. vs. Kearny Toreadors at Cedar Brook Park 2 o'clock. . , Number 84 ALEX MORRISON says: 1 The golf student Sees so many illustrations 6f good players with their arms and hands raised quite high in the backswing. The observer doesnt realize that the picture fails to convey a dimension that is most important in connection with the elevation of the . hands during the back-swing. - The hands should not go any higher than they can go comfortably through the help of the body turn and proper arm action. Any attempt to raise the hands and the club beyond the limit set by the amount of body and arm action can result in nothing but an uneven swing. The extra lifting of the hands simply throws the club out of it natural groove. ' : Hxt Taping Fingers. Taylor Defeats First Seeded Ace In Net Tourney One outstanding upset marked play in the sixth annual Union County tennis championships over the weekend with Roger Taylor of Summit, seeded 10th, defeated the No1 seeded star, Malcolm Warnock of Cranford., This feat was accomplished in strai&nt sets, .6-3 and 8-6. Play advanced, rapidly on Saturday-; but all matches yesterday at' Warmanco Park were postponed bV cause of wet courts. Several tilts were played on outside courts, v - : The summaries! ' -7 Singles i ' V : , . First Round Fred. Warnock defeated 7; Emanuel - Finkelstein, 6-0, 6-0 Second Round Edward Bender defeated Richard Hoover, 6-3, 3-6, 7-5; Fred Warnock defeated Ira Tompkins, 6-1, 6-2; S Meden, defeat-. ed. S.. R..Prevost by default: Al bert "-Bender i Sr.r defeated Jack Franklin- by default;. George Fuller defeated Curtis Culin, 6-1, 62. ; Third" Round Malcolm Warnock defeated A. P.'Simms, 6-4,' 6-3; Edward Bender defeated G, A. Stone, 5-7, 6-3, 6-4; Michael Bender defeated Donald Fiske, 6-4, 6); Robert H. Munsie ..defeated Howard Hermes, 6-4, . 6-3: W. ,H. Benedict defeated Eric C. Loth by default. I Fourth Round Albert Bender Jr. defeated Hamilton BaiUard, 6-3, 6-2; Fred Warnock . defeated Michael Bender, 6-4, o-Oj.S- Worde defeated William Arthur, 6-2, 7-5; w: H. Benedict defeated Robert Strain, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3; Roger Taylor.' defeated Malcolm Warnock, 6-3, 8-6. ' ; "'' ' ' ' ; . Doubles ? ' . " ' First Round Stone and' Leon-hardt defeated J.- Bender- and J. Meyerholz, 6-2, 6-3; Jaffee and Res-nick defeated Britton and Munsie, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3; S. Bunn and Burin defeated- Opdyke and Kane, - 6-2, 6-2; C. Corson and. D. Corson de-. feated Pearson and- Jones by.' de-' fault. Second Round Arthur and Sims defeated Josephson and Carkhuff, 8-6, 6-1; Reed and Girtanner defeated Taylor and Doe by default; F. Bender and W. Sauer'defeated O'Gllvie'and Lesh, 6-3, 8-6; Lindsay and Aliotn defeated Pluemer. and Kilburn by default; M. Bender and H. Tockstein defeated Culin arid Millard, 0-6, 6-4, 6-1; C. Corson and W. . Benedict - defeated Stone and Leonhardt, 6-4, 7-5; Hart and HaTt defeated Strain and Sindel by default - . ! Third Round A. Bender and C. Bender defeated Hermes and Baldwin, 2-6, 6-4, 6-2; Worde and Worde defeated Sauer and Sauer, 6-0,,6-4; F. Bender and W. Sauer defeated Hart aTid Hart, 6-3, 6-2. Weber and Murch Take Net Crown . -Greyhound Entries fo-Tuesday af Linden. . '.- ' ". First Race, V4 Mile This Time, Heavy's Pride, Happy Feet, Bright Bubbles, Little Accident, May Judy, Madam Fashion and Glen Cobb, : Second - Rce, 14. Mile Regulation, The Butcher, Dark Kitty, Blackie Sand, , Wadley's Warrior, Belrose, Paddy - Buckles, Dash A Way. r -',-. S v ' - . ' Third .Race' Futurity - Starter Self,' Brlndle Beau. Minnie S,' Shy Beauty,' Nancy " Hanks, "Bounder, Black Champ, Happy Blue, v Fojirth. Race,'- 14. . Mile Miami Maid, Jenny's! Churiv Dandy Bug-gawn, Hip pockots, War Clouds, you v Rascal "Toil, Alcldes,: Bbbby GreyY j :' ,i; '.-' . , Fifth;: i'Rice,. "Futurity Bit - O I Hosiery,. Dr. Kapper, BillGlenvera, jecKm, wmte isoois, xieten iicks. Miss Suir. Side, MacDonell. J Sixth Race, -14 -Mile . Hurry Call, Traffic King. Irish Liberty, Irish sGold, ..Pat Warrior, Castle Tower. Listen, .Sail Along. , .;'"- . Seventh - Race,- 516 . Mile Lone, i Idy r Egypt's ; Lady, Picaroon, Blue MarWe, . Bedford, r Prince Lucky, Last Pick, Topple Toes. Eighth Race,, Futurity. -r-Whoopee's Sister, My .Jamie. Scotch. Topr Dark pawn, Gee Whix. , Roy, Piper. Sun Dodger, Gun Load, .. .. . . '.r.; Selections x' C-t'-tJ., I First ,' Race' Little ?i Accident, Madam Fashion, May Judy;.',- r-; . Second Race Durk Kitty, : Wad-ley's Warrior,' Belrose -y ; - i . . Third cv; Race--- "Black Champ, Bounder;' Happy. Blue. : '. " - Fourth : -yRace -Hip - - Pockets, Dandy Buggawn, You pascal You. Fifth" Race Dr -Kapper. B01 Glenvera, Beckin. J::-- r-. ) '." Sixth Race Pat- Warrior; Castle Tower, Traffic King.. , ' . Seventh Race .Bedford'Prince" fiueky Last" Pick, f ; V .m ; . . Eighth Race Roy Piper, Sun Dodger, Darkf Dawn. . ' Ona: BestRoy .-'Piper . In the m&stixms. ; ' -,- ; ; .Results"- '.. -' ' First 'Race, 14 Mile First, Rough:' Alice Rose; second, Gus Cobb; - third;. Just Jack;' time, 26 and 35 seconds. -'."'; ; Second Race, ,14 -Mile First, Torii's Choice; second,' Jake Kan; . third,. King Harvester; time, 26 and 25 seconds; -' v ' '. Third Race, '.Futurity First, Wild Thought;. - second, - Silver Mark; .-third. Shiny Gun; time, 29 and 25 seconds. -' - ' Fourth Race, 14 Mile First,. Bix; second, :Bowen; . third. Big Bargain; time, 26 and 35 seconds. Fifth Race, Futurity First, John. E,V secorid, '.. Belmont' Boy; third, Jolly Lucy; time, 29. seconds. -Sixth Race, .14 Mile First, Jolly, Duke; second.-Black Mystic; third, Dry Dock; . time, 26 seconds. : Seventh Race, 516 Mile First, Marshall; second, Olympic; third, Fawn Flash; time, 32 and 25 seconds. - . - Eighth Race, Futurity Eirst, Jazz Master; second, .. Royal Warden; third, Husky. Kashmir; time. 31 seconds. . - (s Who Doesn't List Team's Stars But They Win Clinton Weber and Murchten-nis players from Glen Gardner, :..-ere declared the local champions, defeating- Fisher ' and flattery of Flemington three out of five sets. All but one set. went to deuce, the scores being 5-7; 7-5; 5-7r 8-6; 6-2.! The championship matches started Thursday evening but ended due to darkness, Fisher and Slatterv leading,, two sets -to one and score tied three all in the fourth set' Fri t-ay at 3 o'clock thft teams started from .the tie . and the ' Flemihgtan team was within one points of; the championship, when a hard smash -New York (V-From most any angle you may considp the World Series proposition, the rollicking Giants should t the.f'people's choice" over the Senators.' Metropolitan money"- may favor the American League champions but from DolgevUle N. 5 Y.,' the home of' Hal Schumacher, to Meeke? ' Okla.," where Carl .Owen Hubbell raises pecans during the off seasonVthe hopes of the countryside wUl be largely with'th wuau-iuwu wjij nuu ' " 6""" - vv U15 Av. Willi the . . ' Senators Proven Staff -"Who's : Who in Baseball- J crammed with the exploits of an -Washington regulars, rangjl in big league service from three to : -13 years, but at least a half dowa cogs in the Ne York MacS were not conspicuous enough even toibe mentioned with the game", -blue bloods" when the 1S33 teaJ started. You won't find Shortstop -Elondy Ryan, Outfielders Joe Moore and " Homer Peel,; or. Pitchers Hal Schu. macher, Roy Parmelee and Herman. ' BeU, in the latest edition of "Vw. . Who" but most of them will h. 1 " cated quite easily , when the baitfc' ' starts at the Polo Grounds a.WW ; Bakery Combine : -Via Pair of Wins ' Manville -The' Bakery nine ' became ;' champions k of the Borough TwiligSt League tnd the town; of Manville, by defeating the Firemen, 4 to 2 and 3 to 2, la. the.' deciding .series 'games on Saturday and Sun day, afternoon on Evans Field. , . - ."Red" Jablonsky prevailed in the first game against "Butch" Sidney, while Tom Mack bested Andy . Lapo in a game which went two innings longer, than Saturday's contest. - - J I' ' Bakery:,;:-;v.'i-.r.' ," . ; , AB .R, H .3 :.;.'.v 4 Schneider,- ss Jablonsky, . p Welsh, cf ... McBrtde, 'e ".'. Weiss, If ... Manilla, lb . Baron, ,3b . . . Mack, 2b V.. PawKck; ft- . ' Totals - 3-... 3 1 . 3 ...25 2 a. ' 0 0 0 - 0 0 4 0 1, 2 1 1 -0 0 0 0 Firemen ' -v AB Kelly, 2b J. Shutack, rf Roski, ss" . Sidney, "p . LapO,' 3b Menzak, cf Ir. Krass, c . Zimny, lb Melnyk . 1 ..3 .3 ,V'3--.'; 3 .. 2 ' ..' 3 .. 2 .3 .. 1 R ,H 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 - 0 -o--1 0 - 2 0 0 2 0 ,5 1 E 0 0 " 1 0 0 0 0 .0 Totals ...... ".. . . ; .26 2 -Batted for Krass in 7th. . . t: -Score by innings: Bakery ..:.200 010 14 Firemen ; . . . . . 011 000 r 02 ' Two-base hit Schneider.' Double play: ' Schneider, . Mack, . Manella. Struck . out by( Jablonsky .9, Sidney' 11. . Bases on" balls-off 'Jab-' lonsky ." 1, Sidney 7. . Umpires Evans, Piila. - Second Game " Bakery - x " Mrs. Middleton Takes Medal in Women's Event Mrs. Harriet Middleton of Townri ley, Elizabeth won the low quahfy- ing medal in- the Union . County Ladies - public links championship Sunday at Galloping. HHl with a 109. Mrs. Middleton woo, the ' title ; last year and is anxious to repeat again this-season.- - , ..f Match tolav wiR continue in. two of Murch ; hit the tape, hesitated ! fiights th coming week. The pair- ana dropped over to save the day. It was the turning point in the play." Weber and . Murch recovered and finally pulled out to tie; the match at four all. From then. on the sntashing . game . of Murch - proved too much for the. Flemington team, which had fought hard to stave off --feat, "Both - teams , were evenly matched and the gallery was with both teams for their fine exhibition. Sayoldi to Meet 9 Newark ... ANOTHER MEET SAT. Another attractive light-ham- ess racing matinee is scheduled for the Borough Park Track. on Saturday afternoon with the Central No Jersey Horsemen's Association entertaining the Newark.- Five races are being planned . Newark Everything is in readi ness for tonight's big wrestling card x uaurei Garden Arena here when Jumping Joe" Savoldi and Charli Strack of Spring- Valley, New York, dash in the main event to a finish. Another important , set-to will bring- together- Ernie Dusek," the .-umana Bee" and Roland Kirch-meyer, the giant blond from the West who is said to be the best exponent of the deadly "flying: scissors." "Irish Jack" McArthur, the aggressive ; grappler from JSt.- Mary's will oppose ; Steve Vidaman, local favorite. Joe Bonomo, the "Hercules of the , Screen,", will be-there with Doug Wyckoff, former Georgia Tech phenom. , A newcomer who'g making' Jhis American debut is Jugat Singh from far off India who'll " be ,; put t the acid test by Bennie Ginsberg, the "Chicago WUdman.", ings are as folio as First Flight Mrs.t arriet Middleton vs. Mrs. Christine Lewis. Mrs. Idalois Graham vs. Miss Margaret Carpenter, Miss Masine Mettlach vs Mrs. . Ew B. - Miller. Miss L- E. French. vs. Mrs.-George Quacken- hush...-i ,. - - v : - - Second Fligbt." Mrs. J. F." Alexan der vs Mrs. Marge, Kaplan. Mrs.- J. F. Hruda. drew ajbye, -Mrs.uE. E, Klstaer vs. Mrs.,. Ruth Van Why, Mrs. ,D- K. St. John vs Mrs. jQlive OieK. . , . ,j, -y: ; . The medal scores: Mrs. Harriet Middleton .109 Miss I..E. French ... .. . ...... ..118 Mrs. Geo. Quackenbush ....118 Mrs. Christine Lewis ...... .-. , , . 118 M rs. Idalois Graham, .... '.. ..... 119 Mls3 Maxine Mettlach . . .119 Mrs. E. B. Miller. ,,, , . . ... . .... .'.120 Miss MaareVCarpentefc : 4.lJ2 Mrs. J. F. Alexander .124 isars. j. f. Kaplan .,.J.!26 Mrs;; J. F. Hruda ............... 127 Mrs D. K. St John Mr-v Olive Sole'lr .':t Mrs.' Ruth VanWhv . Jars Etta Rudwick, no card; Miss m. W. McMaster,.no card and Mrs, J. Lr Marlow, no card. Locust Grove Golfers, , : -Defeat Metuclien Team : The Locust Grove Golf Club, with a team of 28 players, defeated the Metuchen Country Club golfers' at the Locust Grove course Saturday in "an interclub match. The players were arranged in teams of two, to play a squad of equal handicap from the opposing club. Although losing the match, the Metuchen golfers led . In the main contest. '. Johnny Hockter, Locust Grove professional, teamed with Bobby Wilkinson, Locust , Grove champion, teed off against Charles Laing, Metuchen Country Club professional, and Ralph Wright, Metuchen champion. Hockter shot a brilliant 77. which looked like a low score, ' but Laing of Metuchen started with a 43 for the first nine and came in with a 33 to finish one under Hockter in a 76. . .. Ralph Wright defeated Wilkin son. " - 134 138 .150 Crescents Are Victors The. Crescents encountered little difficulty in downing the Probasco Bible Class in an independent tilt played at the Echo Lake Park diamond Saturday afternoon ' bv a 7 to 4 count ' The lineups: ;-T .' Crescents ' "'" - . ' r- ab Carpenter, lb i . i . : 5 Dugan, 3b V ..'. ...... 5 R. Walker, cf . ; . .... 5 Miles, p ............ H Hendrickon, e 5-Hogan, ss ..... . r. . . 5 Ulmer, 2b . . . . ....... 5 E. Totten, rf ........ 4 Savelli, if ........... 4 ; AB R H E Wirzman, ss 5 1 . 1 0, Jablonsky, lf-cf ..... 5 0 . 2 0 Weiss, rf ,. 5 0 0 0 Dooley,. c 4 0.1 0 McBride, cf-lf ....... 3 0 2 0 Palahach, lb ........ 4 1 1 0 Schneider, 2b 3 .1 - 0. O Baron, 3b 3 - 0 1 0 Mack, p 4'"0 0 0 Totals 36 3 8 0 - Firemen i " ? !- -: j AB - R - H E Zimny, lb " . . . . . . '. 4 ' 1 J 1 0 Menzak, cf 4 1 0 0 ,0 J. Shutack, rf . . . . . 4 1 r 1 r 0 Roski, 3b .......... 4 Oil Sidney, If -. . . 1. . .. 4 -0 : . 2 ... ,0 A. Shutack, 2b 3 0 .0. 4 Al Lapo, p y : ; .: ....... .3 0 ; 0 0 Krass, c ,! A . .". .'. 2.0 1 Kelly, ss : 3 0 0 1 " .Totals ... v ... . J&1, '.25 1 0013 0002 Score by innings Bakery . i ...02Q 000 Firemen ...... . . .200 000 Two-base hits Sidney, Jablonsky, Dooley. Double play Lapo, Roski, Zimny. Struck, out by Lapo 4, by Mack 7. . Bases on balls off Lap.) 3 Mack j. Umpires Evans," Pilla. Royal Blues Top - Most of the Giant regulars a' "home-breds." , With the exception ; of Centerfielder George Davis a" c.iired. from the .Phillies, Second laseman Hughey CriU, who came" from Cincinnati, and Gus Mancuso the backstop obtained from St! Louis, the lineup represents products 1 of John" McGraw's develop, ment and Bill' Terry's smart hand- ling - or . encouragement. - HubbelL Fitzsimmons. . . Schumacner, ; Ott! ' ' Jackson- and Terry himself have -' concentrated their major league careers : with the Gianta. f Moore are two of this.year's prize : The- Senators also were Tedrgan- -ized for the 1933 campaign but on a ' vastly different basis. Where Terry publicly announced and carried out a- policy of rebuilding - with youth -, and . enthusiasm, , Clark Griffith went out into the open market to engineer a. series of whoiwau n T9aps for seasoned, certified tag. ua.ii taicill. . - . The Giants were satisfied- to . make .the great experiment and gamble with relatively Inexperienced or fresh talent but the Sen-atorslooked carefully at all labels and took no chances. In swinging trades for Outfielders Fred Schulte and Goose Goslin, Pitchers Earl Whitehill and Wally Stewart, and Catcher Luke Sewell last winter, Griffith considered he was running no risks. In effect he handed over a ready-made, hand-picked aggregation to Manager Joe Crbnin. 'We are making a substantial in-vestment in order to produce a pennant-winning club, remarked Griffith. "I am satisfied we will get wha. we want and beat the Yankees. -If he cared to, Griffith might add now: "Since we whipped the Yankees, supposedly the most powerful ' club in baseball, why shouldn't we beat the Giants?" That's the conclusion moat baseball sharps reach until they consider the Giant pitching staff. Then they, begin to "hedge." Two dozea shutouts, plus as many more games in which the opposition was held to a single run, tell a rare tale of pitching effectiveness. That's why the. Giants do not fear the big hitters oi the Washington club. . Terry plans' only one more assfen- jnent for each of his pitching aces. Hubbell and Schumacher, definitely slated to pitch the first and second games in New York, probably will be started in the double header to- -morrow with the Phillies. Fitzs'un-mon will be groomed to hurl his V nuckler in the third game, tt Washington. Oct. 5. - : Cronin and Griffith have not dis-tlosed their pitching plans but it may be "Whitehill, Croder, and Stewart in that order, with Monte . Weaver a starter only in the event things go wrong with the other thfee. : - To Time of 15-3 - Whitehouse The Royal Blues gave the Oldwick A. C. another bad beating.on the Cushetunk Lake dia mond Sunday af ternoon-,, by- the score of-15 to 3.. The locals pounded the ban to all- corners Ot the field-and the offerings of three pitchers -all looked alike to the heavy hit ters on the home team. Nelson La-Tourette led the rbatters with? four safeties in. six trips to the plate, one being a three-sacker. A feature of the game was a home run by Roger Yard over the. score .board in right in the third with Leip coming in ahead of him. . " : ' I .. . Whitehouse : AB .....v.;.. 4: Challeng ersCop Baseball Crown R 2 'l' 1 0 1 a l i o H '4 1 4 2 2 .1 2 2 2 Totals .43 7 20 Probasco Simmons, o ...... Stinson, p ....... C. Gibbons, lb .... Ward, 2b ........ Carson, ss N. Barnes, 3b . . . . N. Barnes Jr., cf R. Schlenter, If . R. Bowers, rf AB . 1 4 R 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 H 0 1 0 1 0 0 "1 1 0 .35 . Totals v Score by innings: Crescents ........ ...103 Prcbasco .102 Ecm'e run Duan. . ' by Miles 5." Stinson 1. N. VanWinkle. ' 4 000 307 000 004 Strusk out Umpire Savidge. 3b Latourette, Leip, ss . .... Therney, p .. Smith, cf .... Yard, lb Stock. ,2b ... Landon, rf . . Soche, 2b., rf Siegfried, c Totals..... 6 5 6 . 5 5 . 2 . 4 . 3 .3 R 2 :2z 4 1 2 2 0 0 0 2 H 1 " 4: 2 3 ,2 3 2 2 0 1 43 15 20 - 2 Oldwick ' H. Fleming, cf, lb ... 4 C Manning, ss ....... 3 G. Manning, 2b Robinson, rf 4. Frank, lb 2 M Brown, lb 1 Rinehart, rf 1 r Fleming, c 4 K. Manning1, If ...... S Russell, 3b 4 Dunn, p Seals, p . Hall, p . ! 2 0 . 0 .32 R 1 X 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 ' H 2 . 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 ,0. 6 South Plainfield The final gama ; In the South Plainfield senior base- ball - championship series was , played-Sunday afternoon between ! the Challengers and the Cardinals and won by -the former team by score of 5-2. ; . This win gave - the : Challenger r the championship having-won fou out of the five games played. To -game was played before largest crowd assembled- in South Plainfield at a ball game in recent years Mazza was on the mound for ti victors and J. Spock for the Chal" lingers. Both pitched a good gam- Equipoise Assigned Top Weight for Final Race Havre De Grace, Md. P--v-Whitney's Equipoise baa been signed the top impost of 132 poutxu for his farewell race in the Havre De Grace Handicap Saturday. Equipoise, undefeated this ye until he finished third beajj Dark Secret and Gusto in Jockey Club Gold Cup, wiU I . seven pounds to Dark Secret ana nine to Norman Church's Western Star, Gallant Sir. Forty-three ns been named for the one and on quarter mile race. Totals .'..';.....;.. Score by innings -Whitehouse ......012 103 62x 15 Oldwick ......... 000 003 000 3 Two-base hits Savidge, Yard, Landon.- Three-base hits Latourette. Home runs Yard. Double plays C. Manning to G. Manning to Frank. Struck out by Therney 8, Bunn 4. HUi 1. Base on balls off Therney 0, Bunn 5, Hall l) Umpires Dillon and Swick. '. Greyhound Races 8 RACES NIGHTLY 8 . 1st Race 8:30 P. M-Bain or Shine Union Kennel Club; Linden, N. J. ' Bout IS Direct to Tr .. . : adult : - ADMISSION if If

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