The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 11, 1938 · Page 6
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THE MORNING HERALD, HAGEKS'i'OWN, MARYLAND. TUESDAY, JANUARY 11,1938. HANDS DPI—But it Isn't < holdup. The hands belong to basketeen of Southern Methoditt Unlvertity. Recognize anybody? Sports MORNING HERALD Section Hanover High Here For Cage Games HEADS UP!—Gene Mako, United States tennis star, hauls off to bat one during Australian tour. WAR ADMIRAL IS SHAPING UP FINE Great Racehorse Is Being Primed for the Widener ! Challenge Cup Classic Miami, Fla., Jan. 10, (ff).— The greatest racehorse-ever to set foot on Florida's soil is now going through Hie reducing routine necessary to fit him for the climb to further fame and fortune here Ihls Cage fans are in for a treat winter. Meaning, of course, Samuel Riddle's 1937 champion, War Admiral, regarded by many nearest thing to his daddy, O'War, since "Old Red" streamlined HIGH CAGERS PLAY DOUBLE BILL TONIGHT Varsity and Junior Varsity Cagers Will Oppose Hanover High - tonight at the Hagerstown „ High School when a double header will be offered for the • price of om admission, the ; Hanover High School basket- eers being the opponents of the Maroon and Gray. The opening contest will see the junior varsity teams of the two schools in action starting at 7:30 o'clock, with the varsity cagers meeting in the nightcap attraction. • Two Good Games Prom tf indiealions bolh of the games loom as naturals. It. wil mark the first time that the junior varsity quints have met on- the floor and the local aggregation will almost completely be composed of sophomores. This contest should bring out'some mighty fine work and quite a lot of interest is being manifested in this battle. The varsity; battle should be one well worth sitting in on. Hanover to date has played three games, winning two and losing one. They defeated .Frederick High and Me- Sherrystown while losing .to;. Waynesboro. In the three games they 'have averaged 30. points a game which leads one to believe tlies ihave.a real scoring machine. Have Won Two Hagerstown in their opening game defeated Frederick High by a .20 to 12 score and then came right .back to knock off Charles Town High by a 28 to 21 score. Coach Semler . and Assistant -Coach Widmyer have been working hard witVthe Maroon and Gray squad honing out the rough spots •that were brought to.'light in their two previous games , and tonight -the boys, should be on edge for : their Pennsylvania rivals. In all probability the Maroon and Gray five will take the floor with the same lineup that started against Charles Town, namely, Kendall and Scott at forwards; Loy at center, and Hoopengardner and Hartle at guards. King. George 1 of England, who reigned from 1714 to 1727i could neither speak nor read the English language. He was German. hlf way lo the tille of America's mosl famous thoroughbred. Admiral, "triple crown" winner and unbeaten in eight starls three-year-old, now is being'pointed for the ?50,000 Widener challenge cup, mile and a quarter winter classic to be decided at Hialeah Park on March 5. Equals Record It is not surprising ..that War Admiral rates as one of the most popular turf attractions since the : days.of Man O'War. firstly, the racing public, loves a winner. And, the colorful colt carrie the blood of a "super-horse." He equalled the American mile and a half record of 2:28 3-5 in the Belmont stakes despile injuring one of his priceless feet and leaving a. trail of blood around the liatk. Then be is considered on Ihe small side, but has a mighty heart. Lean George Conway, a mild- spoken veteran with a half-century of racing experience, assisted Louis ?eustel in Ihe Iraining of Man O'War and has.received Ihe praise o! the turf world for his masterly nursing of War Admiral through lis brilliant past season. Needs a Warmup "The Admiral Weighs between 1,025 and 1,060 pounds and is In air condition right this minute. He stands 15 hands, 2% inches high, s solid and healthy and has put on ome weight. I figure -he'll get down to about 1,000 pounds racing weight. He is galloping soundly and there are no traces of his Belmont stakes injury. "I want to give him one race, nay- way, before the Widener cup, if all Polo S1AF? A«JP OAJe of- -rHe WORLP'S- FAMOUS viAlo MAS D-E CAGERS MEET BAKERS COPYRIGHT. 19H. KING FEATURES SYNDICATE. Inc. HIGH GIRLS WILL FACE HARD TEAMS goes will. 1 probably won'l ask for any real speed in his Irials for a couple of weeks; that all depends." THE ADVENTURES OF PATSY Trademark Applied f*r 0. 8. rtlftat onr« Eight More Contests Remain on Maroon and Gray Sextet's Schedule Coacli Jean Tenney of the Hagerstown High School girls basketball team has just released her schedule for the season. Two games have already been played, the Maroon and Gray losing, to .Frederick but defeated the Charles Town sextet. Prospects are bright for a winning combination at Hie high school and as soon as several members of the squad recovered from slight injuries the Maroon and Gray six should prove a hard team to defeat. TALES IN TIDBITS Another "Grudge Fight"—For a Big Gate But Will Apostoli Win from Steele Again? Papke and Ketchel Knocked Out Each Other THEYVE 60T YOU PLAYING SECOND } PIDDLE TO A TORCH £lti6£P ! __J YOU-YOU HOT GOM6 TO THAT CASTING NOTICE SAYS PATSY CARDIGAN " This is Ihe lasl season that the C V. A; L. will have a trophy in competition' 'for the girls and with Apostoli Martinsburg and Hagerstown each having two legs on the cup series this year will decide which school gains' permanenl possession of Ihe trophy. Following is the schedule: r Jan. 14—"Y" Girls, home. Jan. 21— Charles Town, away. Jan. 25—Smithsbnrg, away. Feb. 1 —Smilhsburg, home. Feb. 4—Martinsburg, home. Feb. 9—"Y" Girls, away. Feb. 14—Frederick, home. Feb. 25—Martinsburg, away. By BILL BRAUCHER Central Press Sports Editor New York, Jan. 10.—So now we have another champion who has been knocked out. Freddie Steele can compare his experiences with Heavyweight Champion .Toe Louis. Of course Joe wasn't champion when Schmeling nudged him out ot there, but he was so close to it, that winning it merely meant the formality of meeting Braddock. The outcome probably will be a big outdoor fight in the Madison Square Garden bowl in summer, another "grudge fight" between Fred Apostoli, the knocker-out and Mister Steele, the champion and knockee. When these two meet again, the record for a gale for middleweights surely will be broken. The biggest gate ever attracted by the 160- pounders stands at $375,000—and it was set when Mickey Walker fought Harry Greb. Collegians Will Show o Thursday Night at Od Fellows Sports Center The Scarlet Hurricane represen Ing Davis and Elklns College, a coming back to town Thursday, meet the Manbeck Golden Torn does on the Odd, Fellows court. Th famous Quint formerly one of th highest scoring basketball teams i the country have one of the be teams in their history this yea and in games played to date hav averaged over four points minute. Good Sscoring Team . Fairmont State College fell befoi their passing attack by a 79-5 score, and John Marshall was bea er. Saturday night 49-37 on the own floor, something no othe team has accomplished recently. Known nationally for their coi hiied use of the zone defense, th D and E team is a great defensiv team, and rely on this type of de fense to smother the scoring their opponents. Fans will have chance to see star players wh have mastered this style defens work to perfection. Three Games Booked Three games are on tap for th single admission of a quarter, an in the first game, two outstandin; boys clubs of the city will matcl baskets, starting at 7 p. m. The first appearance of the new ly organized St. Mary's High Schoo basketball team features the secon( game, when they meet the fast step ping Victor Eagles in a tilt begin ning at 8. p. m . The St. Mary' team is coached by Father Hann, <i !ormer star pro player and a grea team is expected this year fron the high school squad. The D and E players are expecte, to arrive late Thursday afternoon and this is the last game on thei road trip which will take them tt Madison Square Garden, in Nov. York City. The college game will get undei way at 9:15 p. m. CONNIE MACK IS RE-ELECTED PREXY OSHKOSH The World's Best Overall $ 1 .44 HOFFMAN'S 15 North Potomac St. Ttr««toft« Used AUTO Radios $5.00 & Up C. R. POFFENBERGER 33 E. WASH. ST. I'HOXK 75 SEIBERLING Air-Cooled TIRES DOMENICI TIRE Co. Phone .1899 MffTAKS OK fJOT-WSLL- SOOfJ FlUD OUT.' ChfOfJ, &OMQ TO PANBE&s THIS JANUARY SALE 20% Off Blue & Gray Shop 4 South Potomac St. The "grudge" angle between the challenger, and Steele, the champion, was pretty j i n 1908 Ketchel was knocked out by of course, Bob Fitzsimmons. Back well established In the minds of the fans who saw that bruising battle the other night In the Garden. You'd think Ihe way the two fought that they-spenl their; hours oul of Ihe ring Ihinklng up ways lo poison Bui thai isn'l how each other. it is. The "grudge" between Sleele and Aposloli is an affair between their managers. The two fighters themselves are friendly outside the ring, though they punch each other plenty when the gong sounds. Big Gate in Prospect It seems that Larry White, manager of Apostoli, and Ihe lale Dave Miller, who made Sleele the champion, feuded many years ago. Miller vowed he never would give a fighter managed by White a shot at Freddie's tille. And while he lived he .didn't. After his death. Billy Papke in 12 rounds, but Iwo months laler he knocked oul the Illinois Thunderbolt in 11 rounds. For a long time the middlo- weighls were so inconsislenl lhat a half dozen men claimed the title —Jimmy, Clabby, Eddie McGoorty, Frank Jack Klaus, Dillon. Eddie Miller manager, and became finally Freddie's consented (after three years of haranguing, importuning, publicity and defis) to give Apostoli a fight, but stipulated it musl be over Iho weight. When Aposloli and Sleele meet again, us they no doubt will because the gate for such a fight would set Steele on Easy Street whether he won or not, Aposloli of course will be the favorite. But. middleweights are slrange people, and I wouldn't bet too much thai Aposloli could repeat his smashing knockout victory over Steele, even though the champion was Ihor- oughly beaten .before the referee stopped the fracas in the ninth •onml. Ketchel and Papke Middleweights have a way of be- ng inconsistent, and that went for Stanley Ketchel, one of the greal- esl Ihe class ever had, excepting, i season Ha>'i!l have a George Chip and Mike Gibbons. They were all good fighters. Neither Sleele rior Aposloli appears to be a great champion, but one or the other may fool you. No bets! Pittsburgh Pros to Play Markets For the first time !" gerslown cage fans chance to see a pro team in action. The Pittsburgh Pirates are hooked in here for a contest with the Dorsey Markets this Saturday night, Ihe game starting at 9:30 o'clock. A preliminary contest will be staged starling at 8 o'clock. The Pittsburgh club is a member of the National League and are rated among the leaders in Ihe race for the championship. The Pirates will put'on a great exhibition for the fans and the Markets will have to travel at lop speed lo slay in the running with this organization. Clopper & Neikirk, Inc. Outfitters • to Particular Men Veteran Manager of Philadelphia A's Has High Hopes for Club Philadelphia, Jan. 10, (ff).— Con nie Mack, in his 76th year but facing Ihe spring wilh big hopes foi a successful season, loday was reelected president of the American baseball club, better known to fans as the Philadelphia Athlelics. Slowly recovering from an illness thai sapped his strength, the oldest manager in age and service in either major league went, to his tower office in Shibe Park for the annual meeting of the club. Stock holdings in the corporation are confined to the families of Mack and the heirs of the late Ben jamin F. Shibe, first president of the A's. Besides the presidency, Mack also was elected treasurer. His i, Roy was re-elected vice president and Secretary Robert Schroeder, a long-time employe, and elected assistant secretary; Frank McFarland assistant ireasurer, and Benjamin McFarland was named traveling secretary. Mack, winner of nine American League pennants and five world series titles, said he expected to go South soon and be at Lake Charles. La., when the members of the learn reporl for spring .praclice. On his "5th birthday last month, and again today, Mack said that he feels his team will finish much higher in the race than last year. The foundations of ancient Diir- ham castle in England, threatened will collapse nine years ago, have been strengthened. See Our Display of Majestic BICYCLES SCHINDEL - ROHRER 28 S. Potomac St. Big Fight in Florida? Mike Jacobs 'resence of Mike Jacobs, New York promoter, at Miami, doesn' mean that he is there just to watcl he races. Jacobs is said to be ifaninng a big fight in the Orange Bowl in February.. H,e,is .pictured at Hialeah race track. FAST DOUBLE BILL BOOKED Markets Meet Celanese as Guardsmen Play Fin- nish-Amercs POLICE BOWLING LEAGUE STANDING John Lillard, captain of Ihe t'hiles in Ihe Police League, cap- ired plenty o£ honors in the flrsl alf when he look down high in- ividual average with a mark of M. He also had high single game 'ith a coiml of 136 pins and also •as high for three games with a otal of 336. Basore placed second i high totals .with a pinfall of 324 [id Holden was second for high ngle game with a 119 count The eds' had high average with 45S ns. Harold Kiser was captain of ic- Reds and Lieut. Desmond cap. ain of the Blues. Following are c averages as compiled by Helen illarcl, league statistician, layers Averag* Lillard 104 Basore .-.-..•.-..• 98- Holden 98 Broom -...-...• 96 Kiser 95 Klllllmau 93 Ray • 90 F. Rickard 90 Knode 88 Britcher 87 Welly 86 Desmond .'.. 86 Schmidt 83 Welch 83 Crist 81 Forty-seven weather reporting dio stations service the air fleet aerating . between, -the - -United ates. and South America. Wednesday night promises to be a banner night in basketball for the fans of this city, .especially, at the Armory where a double header has been booked that looms as one of the best twin bills that will be brought to this city this year. Fans will see a pair of excellent opponents facing the Marketeers and the Company B cagers. In the opening game of the evening which is slated to get under way at 7:30 o'clock the Guardsmen will be called upon to meet-.the Finnish-American quint out of .Baltimore, which team at present eads the Baltimore Commercial fiie and as yet have not tasted defeat this season., Broke Win Streak The nightcap will bring together Jie Marketeers and the Celanese Club of Cumberland, which club will be remembered a.i having broken the consecutive win streak of the Marketeers, this contest will Eel under way around ?:45 o'clock. Both the Finnish-Americans and .he Celanese Clubs are well rated and will bring to this city learns that have the reputation of being tops in the sections they come from. Both teams carry plenty of reserves and fans will see, action from the opening whistle until the final gun. In Getly and Butts the Celanese learn have a pair of sharpshoolers lhal.are apt to cause the Markets plenty of Iroube. 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