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THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1938. THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. . SEVKNi PHIL CAYARETTA STARTS AS REG Rip Collins Will Be Forced to Beat Out Youngster for First Base Job Chicago, Jan. 4 (ff)— Phil Carat 1 - retta, 21-year-old youngster of the Chicago Cubs, will start the 1938 training campaign as regular first baseman, forcing •'Rip 11 Collins to beat him out of the job if he can. Charlie Grimm, manager of the Cubs, made this announcement today as ho arrived to go over spring trail.lug rictivities with Philip K. Wrlgley, owner of the team, at Cata\in? island next month. Cavai'retta's selection as a regular conies as a reward for his services after Collins suffered a broken ankle in the heat of the pennant race last August. The youthful ChicafeOan had a chance as first baseman in 1935 and 1936, but failed to satisfy Grimm's thoughts about the iob. Plenty On Squad Cavarretta batted .286 last season, while playing in the outfield and at first base, and fielded .982 at first in the 43 games he played at that spot. Collins batted .27'4, his poorest major league mark, and fielded .981 in 111 games. The Cub manage.- plans to have 33 players on the island, an increase of five over last season when only 28 mad i the trip. Last spring the Cubs want west with only four outfielders hut there will be seven in the group this spring. The Cubs 1 boss said he had about given up hope of making any deals that might bring Van Lingle Mungo to the Cubs from Brooklyn. He said he had talked to Burleigh Grimes, manager of the Dodgers, twice since the winter meeting. "If Grimes thinks he can get a whole ball club for Mungo, he won't make any progress with me," Grimm commented. Guardsmen Lose to Mercersburg Company B basketeers went down to defeat at the hands of the Mercersburg Maroons on Tuesday night in Mercershurg, the final count being 38 to 27. The game was well played and hard fought with B. Coble and Benedict showing the way to the scorers with a dozen points apiece. W. Hammaker led the Guardsmen with nine counters. The guarding of both teams was excellent and the floor play was of high caliber. To date the Guaidsmen have won 12 games and lost four. On Sunday they will clash with the Lithuanian five out of Baltimore on the Armory court. Lineup and nummary: Goals Fouls Pts. f Maroons Beaver, f Benedict, B. Coble, c T. Coble, g Dlvilbliss, e Totals Company B Rogers, £ Metz, £ Harper, £ Peddicord, c Boward, e B. Hammaker, g W. Hammaker, g ...18 2 38 Goals Fouls Pts. Totals IT'S EASIER TO SAVE money as well as time when you buy and sell through Herald-Mail classified ads. BUSINESSMEN'S BOWLING LEAGUE With the first half over in the Businefis Men's Bowling League records show that Palladlno of Leisters had high single game for the first half, with a count of 164 and was also high for three games with a pintail ot 415. The Manbeck team captured high single game team honors with a count of 649 and. was also high for three games with a count of 1847. Following are the averages for the high twenty-five lowlers who have participated in at least 10 games: Bowler and Team Average Palladlno, Leister 117. Black, Manbeck ;... 117. C. Hildebrand, Leister .. ll(i.7 Bradley, Hartle 112. Cox, Manbeck 111. Hlnes, Nat. Biscuit 111. Ingram, Gunlher 110.9 Finnfrock, Buffalo ...... 110.1 R. Ford, Buffalo 109.S Lushbaugh, Artz 109.6 Funk, Polomac Edison .. 109.6 P. Jacobs, Hag. S. & L. .. 109.5 Faith, Funkslown 109.4 Beard, Potomac Edison . 109.4 Keen, Potomac Edison . 109.3 Stouffer, Buffalo 109.2 Freshour, Manbeck 109.1 Hildebrand, Nat. Biscuit 109. H. Rinehart, Paugborn .. 109. Sayles, Hershey 108.8 Carnochau, Leister 108.7 Basore, Southern' , 108.7 Hull, Buffalo 108.3 Bentz, Manbeck's 10S.3 Hornbaker, Manbeck ... 108.2 Waynesboro Wins Over Company B Company B cagers took it on the chin again last night when the Waynesboro "Y 11 five won a hard fought decision by a 29 to 21 score on the Armory court. The visitors kept up a fast pace and used many players in (he game, while the Guardsmen were somewhat worn out after their hard battle the night previous with the Mercersburg quint. With Schildknecht and Kauffman showing the way with six points apiece the visitors gained a lead near the end of the third period and stayed out front Ihe remainder of the battle. Melz was, top scorer for life Guardsmen with a total of seven points. Lineup and summary: Waynesboro Goals Fouls Points Kauffman, f ... 3 0 '6 Zimmerman, f .. 3 0 6 Schildknecht, c 3 0 6 Brown, g i 0 2 Stpne, g 1 1 3 Hartman, g .... 2 _ 0 4 Totals 13 3 29 Company B Goals Fouls Points Peddicord, f ... 0 0 Rogers, £ 2 0 Boward, £ 1 0 Hazen, c } 0 Boyer, g 2 0 Hammaker, g .. 1 0 Metz, g ,1 1 i Tolals 10 1 21 Referee, Robison; lime of peri ods, 10 minutes. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Davis Mellott announce the birth of a son, David Higawat at (he Washington County Hospital on New Year's Eve. Mrs. Mellott was prior to her marriage, Miss Anita Bailey. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 26 33 40 15 36 •23 4-1 34- 36 15 ACROSS 1—An uncle's animals wife 25—Elliptical 5—Addition '26—Highways 9—Treat 28—A platform 10—Noah's ship 29—At home 12—A shade tree 30—Also 13—Withered 32—East, by 14—Form of the south (ab.) verb "to be" 33—Needy 16—Reverence 35—A unit of '17—At stake conductance 18—Captured (electricity) 21—Uneven, as 37—An abyss if eaten 38—Everything away 40— Dispatch 24—Domestic 41—To oscillate 19—A dull green war New Zca- 33—Not—prefix land parrot 34—Legal 20—Purpose science 22—Decompose 36—Fifth letter 23—Plural of of the He- ovum brew alpha- 27—A stair bet 28—Quiet 39—Note of the 31—Norse god of scale Answer to previous puzzle DOWN 1 —Lecture halls 3—Pronoun 3—Recent 4—Company 6—Young boy 7—Pronoun <—Mlsshap- •nly 10—Mohammedan call to prayer 11—Leg joint 15—One of the people of i modern I Saxony " 17—Custom Basketball Picking Purdue to Win Again? Why Not! Top Scorer in Big ten Still Working By WALTER L. JOHNS Central Press Sports Writer It's a yearly custom to pick Purdue to win the Big,Ten basketball championship. And the cage observers are doing it again this year. So we'll hop aboard. We'd say that the only team which could take Purdue right now is Michigan—and—Michigan doesn't play Purdue this year.'So it looks like Purdue all alone. The Boilermakers, coached by Ward Lambert, who has won eight championships since 1919, are a veteran team headed by the highest-scoring player in the confer- ence, Jewell Young, a forward. A breath-taking speed attack, combined with brilliant team play, has given the Purdue club a great record with which to embark on their 12-game conference schedule Jan. 8 at. Chicago. The Boilermakers have averaged 68 points a game and have been surpassing all previous marks. This accomplishment really is something, for the team -holds the Big Ten scoring records including season, single game and Individual and long has been known as the "point-a-minute" team in basketball. In Ihe first seven games Purdue slapped Indiana State Teachers, St. Xavier, Detroit, DePaul, Loyola, Denver and Southern California— scoring 406 points. The Boilermakers trimmed Denver, 72 to 41, for their high mark. For the first time in history, a Purdue cage team has traveled to (ho Pacific coast. The Denver game was the first on the far western trip, other games being; played with Southern California and U. C. L. A. on successive nights. Whether the long trip and tough competition will change the club's st.itus as favorite in the Big Ten race remains to he seen. Hondley High to Book Cage Games While Hnndley High School of Winchester, V«., will hot be represented in the C. V. A. L. basket- hall circuit (his season a movement is on foot to revive (ho sport in that town and yesterday Coach Eddie Semler of Ihe Hagerstown High School offered the Judges two tlntes and is now waiting on confirmation. The Judges will no doubt ; meet (he majority of (he teams in the C V, A. L. circuit and next season it is expected that they will place a team In leag-e competition. Several years back Handley was represented by a mighty strong quint and it is the hope of the Virginians to again place the sport on a high plane. Handley lakes part in all other sports fostered by the C. V. A. L. How Much * Do You Know? JL Central Preu Fffattue 1. What was tho name of Harold Vanderhilt's 1037 America's cup winner? 2. What basketball player recently set world's one-game scoring mark? 3. Who won the British open championship in 1937? THE ANSWERS 1. Ranger. 2. Hank Luisettl c, Stanford. 3. Henry Cotton. AT,T, THH CLASSIFIED Ads are arranged In tliclr |iro|)cr places tor ensy reference. Thai's one rwisnn the Classified Service Is so popular. War Admiral's Pilot Charley Kurtsinger When War Admiral goes to the post in the $50,000 Widener stakes at Miami, Fla., March 5, Charley Kurtsinger, veteran jockey, will be in the saddle. Charley, shown above at Miami, rode the son of Man O'War to victory in the Kentucky Derby, the Preakuess and Ihe Belmont stakes. BUSHNELL ASSUMES DUTIES AS A CZAR New York. Jan. 5 (#>)—Asa S. Bushnell today plunged into duties that eventually mav make the old Princeton graduate the most powerful figure in intercollegiate athletics. Officially he Is the executive director of Eastern intercollegiate athletics. Just what all that en- lails not even the quiet, unassuming former manager of Princeton athletics himself knows. He does know, however, he has been hired to servi a gigantic but loosely woven federation in which 55 colleges, 11 associations and seven sports are involved. MOOSE BOWLING LEAGUE STANDING I The Moose Rowling League got off lo a good start on its second half Tuesday night with R. Showe gathering the honors for high slu gle game with a count of 17G pins. He was also high for the match with a count of 447 pins. The Ears had a count of 656 pins for high single game and the Legs carried off the honors for the malch with a pintail of 1S31. The stamlini Won Lost Legs I! 0 Antlers 3 0 Hoofs 2 1 Bars 1 2 Heads 0 3 Noses 0 3 RACING NOTES (llv The AMliirlnlPll rrr»») Charlie Kurtsinger, who is under contract for 1!)3S to Mrs. Dodge Sloane's Brookmeade stable, will begin active duty fr.r the stable March 1. Louisville's "Flying Dutchman" also has given second call on his service* to Hal Price Headley for the Florida season. Both contracts carry a clause giving him permission to handle Wai- Admiral in all of the champion's races. While Kurtsinger finished way down the list in 1937 as far as winners were concerned, he was the largest stake money winning jockey In the country. Led by the Admiral, horses ridden by Charlie won $384,202. In Sir Oracle, Norman Church has a horse that, can win either from in front or from behind. The four-year-old son o Bull Dog made it two straight at Tropical Park yesterday by coming from behind after setting all the pace in his first race. BANK CALL Washington, Jan. 5 (^Pj — The Comptroller of tho Currency issued a call today for the condition of all national banks at'the close of business Friday, December 31. WOODLAND WAY ATHLETICS Oaki.Wln to Leave Cellar The Oaks sent the Cypress Into last place In the Woodland Way League by taking a 13 to 4 decision from that team. Gloria -Kverhart led (he winning attack with font- shots from Ihe field. Mobley and Reedy played outstanding games. Oaks Goals Fouls Pts. Everhart, f ........ 4 Font, f ............... Myers, c ............. Kline, sc ............. Lyon, sc ............. Sowers, sc ........... Reedy, g ............ Mobley, g ............ Murray, g ............ 0 8 Totals .... Cypress Horn, f Couchman, f • Mumper, c .. Clem.'sc Ridenour, g Sloilffer, g Ruth, g 5 3 13 Goals Fouls Pts. 0 3 3 Totals Hemlock Stops Firs Championship Hopes The Hemlock team knocked the Firs right out of the first half championship by winning a 22 to game. The keen eye for the basket displayed by Jean Harne was entirely to much for the Fir defense. The Hemlock sharpshooter tallied six Held goals and four shots from .he free throw marker to total sixteen points. The entire winning team played well while Mellott, Smith, Henkleman and S'.oneslfer played best for (he Fir. Hemlock Goals Fouls Pts. Harne, f Yen ME, f S Lyon, c Cassett, sc Roe, g Bussard, sc '•••• Retailer, g Morgan, g The Iris cut the laague leading Lilacs' margin to ono game by winning two games as the second place Daisies were winning three from the Carnations. The Roses and Violets jumped into {he midst of the pennan'. contenders by winning from their opponents. High scores were rolled by: Nuiiamaker, 153, 131, 395; Koontz, 139, 14S, 394; Wei.ver, 175, 387; Shupp, 146, .175; McDonald, 137, 357; Dielil, 356; Leatherman, 133, 354; Dofflemyer, 351; E. Snyder, 349; McLatighliii, 132, 341; Sours, 336; Hildebrand, 142; Hartman, 34; Kepharl. 134; Holtzman, 132. Tuesday's Results Violets 2; Pansie; 1. Orchids 2; Jonquils 1. Roses 3; Tulips 0. Daisies 3; Carnations 0. Iris 2; Lilacs 1. League Standing Won Lost Pet. Lilacs 32 Daisies 11 Violets 10 Roses 10 Iris 9 Orchids 9 Tulips 6 Pansies 5 Jonquils 3 Carnations 0 High single. Weaver, Lilacs, 175. High total, Nunamaker, Violets, 395. Team single, Violets, 658. Team Utal, Violets, 1803. Totals Fir Smith, f — Stoncsifer, f Henkleman, c Mellott, sc -Snyder, sc . Hartley, g . • Kldwell, g .. Dlcken, g ••• Goals Fouls Tolals .... :1::: ... 9 Redwood Captures First Half Honors The Redwood captured the first halt championship of the Woodland Way Basketball League by defeating the Evergreen in a slow 5 to 1 game. Close guarding by the Redwoods kept the Evergreen forwards BO Ued up that they did not make a single field goal. Anna Morgan scored Ihe winners two (IfId goals. Honors tor the winning team went to Ihe two guards Ramsbnrg and Miller, while Conrad Marl in looked best for the and 'users. Redwoods Yonnker, f Morgan, f South, c Station, sc Waters, sc Miller, g Riinisburg, g Wolfensbergcr, e Goals Fouls Pts. Totals .... Evergreen Trelsler, f u Trovingcr, f ......... 0 Mnrlin, e n Harman, sc ® Plack, sc " P. Miller, g ° Loy, g " Conrad, g .• ••• " Goals Fouls P's. Tolals ° l Referees—Brewer and Horn; timer—Roeder; scorei—Grier. Final Standing First Half Won Lost Tied Pts. Redwood • Evergreen Hemlock .. Fir Oak Cypress . • • CHARACTER IN THE HALL Every home should have character. And the room that gives your home its character is the first one people enter—the hall. So in decorating your hall be sure to choose the type you intend to create in your home advises Good Housekeeping studio. The most important decorating trends today are classic or 18th century, regency, colonial, modern, French, provincial and early English oak. And in planning your rooms, remember that for each type of furniture there I* a proper background and proper lighting, not only to establish the period, but also to give necessary Illumination. In halls, especially, unless a house Is carefully planned, a light Is put In the ceiling without due regard to the rest of the furnishings. So choose the various types of fixtures- With the right bulbs and light-spreadin} shades to provide attractive and adequate illumination. Indlr62t light has Us place in the small house, and you can have it installed inexpensively. WOMEN'S SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE 3 4 5 5 I! 6 9 10 12 15 .800 .733 .667 .600 .600 .400 .333 .200 .000 MANBECK DEFEATS V PAW PAW TANNERS Bakers Defeat West Virginia Tossers Lost Night by a 54 to 36 Score The Manbeck Tornado, playing tbelr flrst game away from homo this season and on a large floor, trimmed the Paw Paw Tanners at Paw Paw last night by a score at 14-36. Karlton, a new acqulsillon hailing from Middletown; Letter and Ohler all starred as basket.tosseit, for the Bakers while Price lived up to his reputation of an ace leather eager by turning in a total of 13 counters for the Tanners. The half ended wllh the Bakers leading by a tally of 36-9. The win last night makes it 12 g.imes won out of 14 played for the Bakers. The game was staged In the Paw Paw High School. Lineup and summary: Manbeck Goals Fouls Pts. Ohler, f 4 '2 10 Lclter, f 4 0 8 Karlton, c 6 4 16 Hauver, g 4 4 12 Maddex, g 2 4 8 Totals • ••• 1 s 14 = 4 Tanners Goals Fouls Pts. Price, f 6 1 13 Felton, f .. 4 3 U McCoole, f 2 1 5 Hanrahan, c 1 " 2 Liefer, g 2 Sharp, g 0 Totals ............ l Referee — John Lonj. 36 LIFE-SAVING COURSES Junior and senior life-saving classes at the "Y" ivill begin on Friday afternoon of this week at 3:30 o'clock. Both Y. M. C. A. and Red Cross instruction is being offered in these courses which are in Charge of Deen Mai-quart, Y. M. C. A., who is life-saving examiner. A small charge will be made for nonmembers of the "Y" who wish to take the course. THE SEUViCE at the Classified Section winr friends—the values offered in It hold them. It Happens Today DOUBLE-HEADER CLOTHING VALUE Men Take Your Pick! A N ALL WOOL SUIT D ALL WOOL COAT BOTH Together for A Sale that brings you a $16.75 Suit and a $19.75 i Overcoat or Topcoat, both combined for only $19.75. Complete size ranges in all patterns. It's your big Clothing opportunity MEN! Come early for best selections. Bring a friend to share these savings with you. 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