The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 13, 1938 · Page 6
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Thursday, January 13, 1938
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THE MORNING HERALD, HAGKRSTOWN, MARYLAND. THURSDAY, JANUARY 13,1938. FARR IN TRAINING—Tommy fare, left, jabs a left hand to Bobby Millsaps' jaw In training session at Summit, N. J. Sports MORNING HERALD Section Collegians Are Playing Bakers Tonite MONTAGUE LOOKS ON—John Montague Is spectator In Los Angeles as Willie Goggin takes a poke at the ball. DAVIS AND ELKINS FIVE IN CONTEST HERE TONITE Collegians Will Take on Manbeck Bakers in Feature Attraction—Three Games Are Listed for the Evening Davis and Elkins College's Scarlet Hurricane meets the Manlieck Golden Tornadoes here tonight at the Odd Fellows Sports Center in t third appearance here of the famous high scoring machine which in t! past years have set national records for basketball. ICnown forj their masterful use of the zone defense, the D. & players have become real floor artists in working out polished plays wi the fastest breaking offense among college teams. Use Varied Style Coached by Bud Shelton, win was a former member of the Scar let Hurricane which set up a grea scoring record several years ago the visiting team is said to be on ot the finest in the history of the school. This is one of the college teams that really play a different brand of basketball and fans who like to see a real basketball team in ac lion will not want to miss this game. Tho Maubeck Golden Torna does expect to put up a good figh and will be in there giving theli best. It is possible that a tie* player will make his appearance in this game, rounding out the fnl squad now not intact due to Cy Moore's absence. Stage Three Games Playing on a big boor, the Manheck team pulled a near surprise by defeating the Shenandoah College tossers on their own floor Tuesday evening, displaying the best pass work of the season. The D. & E.'game will start at 9:15 P. M., preceded by two preliminary games, one starting at 7 P. M. and the other game at S P. M. Two Board Officials will work the game. The following lineups have been announced by the respective coaches for their starting quints: Manbeck Pos • D. & E. Hanver f Allman Ohler F Green 'Letter C Shelton Maddex G Winnie Penn ; G- Maravich T GIRLS TO OPEN SEASON REDBIRDS vWILL MEET The Antletam Redblrds will meet tonight at the homo of Bryan Crampton at 1 o'clock and sll members are expected to attend this gathering an an election ot officers, will be held and plans for the ensuing year made. JANUARY SALE 20% Off Blue & Gray Shop 4 South Potomac St. SEIBERLING Air-Cooled TIRES DOMENICI TIRE Co. Phone 1899 Used AUTO Radios $5.00 & Up C. R. POFFENBERGER 33 K. WASH. ST. OSHKOSH The World's t* _44 Best Overall ,. 1' HOFFMAN'S 15 North Potomac St. TICKETS ON SALE FOR CHARITY GAM Twin Basketball Card Th Sunday Should Draw Record Crowd Tickets for the charity baske ball game being sponsored by Little Heiskel Club, which will staged at the Armory on Snnda afternoon in which ihe Compai B quint meets the Cumberlan Dragons in the opening attractio and the Marketeers take on tl Overlea Club, out of Baltimore, the feature attraction, have bee placed on sale at the leading spo centers and fans can pnrcha.s pasteboards from any member < the club. This pair of contests shoul pack the Armory as it is for mighty worthy causa and two e. cellent games of basketball will b offered for the small admlssio price of 35 cents for adults an 15 cents for children. The enth gate receipts,' les- the expense of the visiting teams, will go the Little Heiskel Club to charity. Players, officials and the Armor lave donated their services as we! is the playing com-'. The Overlea Club is at presen leading the Baltimore Count League and will present a might strong aggregation of tossen They have some of the former star of the City League and also quit a number of prep school stars i their lineup. Fan- will do we :o attend this double header. Boonsboro Cagers Drop First Game Boonsboro Is going In for bssltel all in a big way this season am he Yellow-jackets have organize! quint to play on Tuesday night n the Boonsboro High gymnasium ir opening game resulted in oss, Chambersbnrg winning by '" to 25 score. Plenty of inleres s being shown and the Jacket re booking home and home series Teams wishing games wilh tin 'ackcts should write the manage nent. The lineup and summary: Chambcrsburg Goals Fouls Pts Reese,, f 1 0 Sberly, f 2 :i )ansberger, c 2 1 liives, g 5 1 R. Reese, g 2 0 Tolals ... Boonsboro Selkirk, t 5 iterner, f 3 Line, c 0 Beauchamp, c 1 Moser, g 0 Itcrr. g 2 ... 12 5 Goals Fouls Pts 5 1 1 ' Tolnls Referee—Jlurd. 11 EXCUSE IT, PLEASE! H'm—the wife'* out with the car again. Initial Basketball Game ol Year Scheduled for Tonight on Y Floor With a couplo o" good practice sessions tucked away the loca "Y" Girls' basketball team looks pretty good and feel they are ready to go against the Blue Ridge Sunv init girls in the opening game o the season to be staged this eve^ ning at 8 o'clock in Ihe Y. M. C. A. gymnasium. Miss Mary Sinister, coach of the "Y" Girls, has been giving her charges sonic expel-', advice in regard to the court game. On Tuesday night Ihe girls went through their secoi*4 practice session of the-'"season and those who them work out say they have what it takes to win contests. The "Y" Girls will have some tough opposition on Friday night ot this week when they meet the Hagerstown High School girls In a preliminary contest to the Hagerstown-Handley game on the high school court. On Thursday night Miss .lean Tenney will handle the whistle for the contest. Have Hard Schedule Last year the "Y" Girls lost only one contest. They have nuitc itiff schedule this year and the teams they meet will include the strong Rockville A. C.. So-Ath Girls of Marlinsburg, Thurmont Independents, Sinithsburg High School and the Waynesboro "Y." Admission for girls' games has been placed at 15 and 25 cents. Here are the girls now working out on the "Y". Girls' team: E. Beard, M. Bohman. Y. Cnllioun, A. Jrosswhite. jr. Draper, Helen Ernst, Hilda Ernst. L. Kretzer, A. McLanghlin, M. Nicely, Jane Schlosser, Peg Schlosser, jr. White, H. Wilkes and B. Woods, ithel Duhbs and Catherine Beard are team managers. Miss Mary blister is coach. Appearing Against Bakers Tonight Mike Winnie These two Daviaand Blkins cage slars wi Press Maravich appear against the-Mnnbeck Bakers when they clash tonight at 9 o'clock on Ihe Odd Fellows Temple court, it being the main attraction of a triple bill. Winnie is considered !>ne of the best passers that the Elkins outfit has ever claimed and in Maravich they have one of the brightest cage stars ever to sport the Scarlet livery. Men's Sunday School League Trinity went into a tie for first ilace with the Baptists when Christ leformed won two games from the Urst third winners. Fred Splgler, vho set a new league record for hree games with a -110 total, and is team mates who won two games rom the Baptists are only one-half ;ame behind the leaders. Spigler, icsides having made a now league ecord, had hlgb single game of E'l. Tho Baptists made a new eague record, had high single game f 154. The Baptist.! had high team ingle of 627, Christ Reformed high otal of 1,7IV1. High totals and singles were lowled by: Splglor 151, 154-410; jtinebaiiKh 121, 124-3li:i; Nngy 12758; ,1. LlllaVd 136-354; Lehman 120, 24-352; H. lliisenbuhler 132-350; err 120, 320-3-18; Ilepfcr 12S-346; Baker 127-342; Harper 12-1-3/10; lowen 120, 126-340; Black 128-340; nyder 122-338; Co" 127-33G; Eyler 20-333; Krolzer 330; Weaver 142- 2S; Dofflemyer 125-32S; G. Fisher 21-32S; Kepbnrt 127-321!; McAllls- 321; Liiinin 321- Jim-tin 32'); .calherman 320; Williams 320; Jline 120. Tuesday's Results Trinity 3; SI. Paul's M. E. 0. Washington Square 3; BrethrenJ). Wo Brothers 2; St. Paul's U. B. 1. .1. Marks 2; SI. Johns 1. ihrisl Reformed 2; Baptist I. Standing of Teams Won Lost Pet. laptisis ......... 14 •rlnlly ......... 14 ihrist Reformed ..13 t Johns ........ 12 i ; o Brothers ..... 12 Vusli. Square ..... 0 I77S .7li5 .1567 .1567 .500 t. Harks 1. Paul's U. B. I. Paul's M. 10 rethren ....... 8 10 .44 4 5 13 .278 2 IB .118 0 1S .000 Texas' oil production in 1937 was stimated at 500.000.000 barrels, an icrcasc of 100,000,000 over 19311 ml an all-timo record. MARYLAND FACES ACID RING TEST Duke Cagers and Leather Pushers Will Be Attraction This Saturday Duke and Maryland appear like- y to split their double header in slcetball and boxing in Ritchie Coliseum at Collegn Park Saturday night. The Terns have shown more consistent scoring ability on the court than the Blue Devils and will rate a slight edge in the opener that heglns at S o'clock. Both will have had plenty of action in which to develop, as it will be the eleventh game tor Duke and the eighth for Maryland. Maryland, 1937 Southern Conference ring champion, and Duke, the runner-up, both were hard hit hy graduation, but the Terps greatly more so than the Blue Devils. Have Four Stars Duke still has four real scrappers in Bobby Price, 115; Danny Ffirrar, 1-15; Wilton Alami, 1G5, and Swede Vincent, 17:1. All won against Appalachian State, while Mann, who dropped a close decision, was the lone member of the quartet to how to South Carolina. Farrar, whom Ivan Nedomatsky beat last year in the tourney to clinch the crown for Maryland, lias scored knockouts in both his .scraps. Coach Jleinic Miller o£ the Terps, who really has a job on his hands, said he could not pick a team until the las', minute. However, the following eight seem certain to get assignments: George Dorr, 115- Bob Bradley, 12fi; Benny Alpersleiu, 135; Nathan Askim, 145; Bill Johnson, 155; Junior Cox, 165; Ed Lloyd, 175, and Don Adams, heavy. Al- persleiu is the only standout, and Poor the only other one who has fought in a varsity bout. HANDLEY HI FIVE HERE ON FRIDAY Virginians Will Be Making First Appearance in Years on Indoor Court With three straight victories under their belts the Hagersfown High cagers will ensage tlie Handley High quint in the main attraction at the high school oil Friday night. In the preliminary contest the Hagerstown High girls will oppose the "Y" Girls, this contest stnrting at 7:30 o'clock. It will mark the first appearance of a Handley Hin;h basketball team in years when they take t court on Friday night and wli little is known of the Judges it ca be taken for granted that the V ginians will have a siiong aggreg tion to toss at the Maroon Cray. In other years the Judges were represented by a mighty fast organization when they staged their games in tho gym at S. Y. A., hut with (be building of the new high ichool basketball was dropped but efforts are being made this year to bring the sport back and so far officials of Handley have met with better than fair success. London's Globe thnatnr, where many of Shakespoare's first plays were produced, seated 1200 persons. MARKETEERS WIN BY ONE POINT, 36-3 5 Celanese Team Defeated in Last Minute of Play on Young's Long Shot I,es Young swished one through the, cords with less than a half minute remaining to play In the game to give the Dorsey Market- eers a 36 to 85 victory over the Celanese team of Cumberland last, night on the Armory floor. This victory- evened the series as the npstaters defeated the locals earlier in the season, breaking their win streak that had extended to all even dozen games. After the Celanese live liad knotted the count about midway of the fourth period the teams hat- tied hack and forth with neither gaining any decided advantage. Celanese look the lead with about a miimte of play'and it looked as if the Markets were doomed to defeat when Young made his cast from near the center of the court. Markets Have Lead The first'half ended with the Markets leading by a 22 to 16 count and they held this lead until the starting of the fourth period. Stonehraker played an outstanding floor game and his shot to close the first half was a sensational cast, fohnson, a newcomer for the Markets, also played well. For the visitors Cokely proved a bright star when it came to scoring nit it must be, said that the pass- work of the Celanese team wj^s a :)right feature. Lineup and summary: Lineup and summary: MESSENGERS PREP FOR TITLE GAME The Western Union Messengers will bring the football season to a close this Sunday afternoon on the South Potomac Street field when they clash with the South Wnd Tigers of Waynesborf-. Last Sunday these teams met in Waynes- horo and the contest ended in a fi-6 tie. The Messengers have been working hard for this game and fans should be treated to a real contest. Manager Spigler o!' the Messengers in answer to a challenge from the unknown eleven wishes to state that the Western Union Juniors will accept their challenge but with the playing of Sunday's game their season i« finished, having won the city title when they ilefeat ed the South Kml Aces. Marketeers Stonebraker, Young, f .., Basore, c .. Johnson, c , Keller, g ... Mankey, g . Adams, g ,, Goals Fouls Points 6 13 7 4 4 0 2 JUNIOR LEAGUE TO STARTSATURDAY Six Teams Entered in Circuit; Final Meeting Is Called Tonight The Hagerstown Junior basketball league is scheduled to open its season this Saturday afternoon at. the Armory with three games being listed, (he first (o get under way at 1 o'clock. Six teams have entered the circuit and prospects are bright for a successful year. Teams that have entered are the Vielo" Hosiery, In- ilians, Y. M. C. A .Irs.. Compnty B. .Irs., Viking Juniors and the International Typ -writer, Jrs. A meeting is scheduled for tonight at the South End Viking A. A., at 9 o'clock and ail members and managers''of teams are expected to be on hand to receive information as to the operation of the league and eligibility of players. Schedules are being drawn up anil it is the plan of the circuit to play three games every Saturday afternoon on the Armory court. Players wishing to join teams in this circuit shoulrl conlact the managers or ntten-I the meeting tonight. GUARDSMEN ARE LOSERS Finnish-Americans of Baltimore Keep Slate Clean by Winning 37 to 23 The undefeated Finnish-American basketball team of Baltimore, leaders in the Commercial League of that city, defeated the Company B cagers last night on the Armory floor by a 37 to 23 count. The visitors displayed a well balanced aggregation that featured a mixture of [lasses and one-handed shooting. Every member of the visiting team scored at least one point. Company B played sluggish and erratic hall throughout the game and their passwork was not up to standard. Hart, lioycr and Met?, led in. scoring for the home forces. Pinter was high man for the visitors with nine counters. Jumping into a lead at the start the visitors never let up for a minute while the Gmjrdsmen spurted at times and in the last few min- tes of the game forced the going. Lineup and summary: Finnish-Amer. Goals Fouls Pts. -Jamsen, f Pulkka, f Koski, f .. Moudo, f Wilhelm, c Pinter, g . Knjutti, g Riuitenen. i Totals Company B Mel z, f Hart, f Rogers, f Hazen, c W. Hamniaker, c Boyer, g B. Hammaker, g Peddlcord. g ilarper, g Totals f 3 37 Foula Pts. 5 23 Referee—Dorsey; lime of periods —10 minutes. Totals 15 lelanese Goals Fouls Points Hnyl, f 0 Kanffman, f Butts, f Getly, c .... Cokely, c ... Wilson, g .. Collins, g ... . 2 . 3 . 3 . 5 . 1 . 0 14 1 4 11 6 12 2 0 35 Totals .. Score by periods: Markets 10 12 4 ^elanece 9 7 8 Referee, Kngle; time of periods, 0 minutes. 10—30 11—35 NAVY BEATS VIRGINIA Annapolis, Md., Jan. 12, (fp). — ^he sharpshooting Naval Academy laskethall team hung np its sec- md consecutive victory of the icasnn today by downing the un- icaten University of Virginia quint. :ti to 11 POLICE BOWLING LEAGUE STANDING The Police Bowling League, slart- ed their second half with the Whites taking two out of three from the Reds. Captain Lillard lopped his team wilh high single game of 112 and was also high for the match with 320 while Captain Kiser of the Reds led his (earn with high single game of US and was high for three games with a 312 count. Next week finds the Reds meeting the Blues. The standing:. Whites Reds .. Blues .. Won Lost . 2 1 ... 1 ,2 ,. 0 0 MacPHAIL NOT TO ACCEPT St. Louis, Jan. 12, (JP).— Larry MacPhail, former general manager' of the Cincinnati Reds, said today it was unlikely he would accept a similar position with the Brooklyn Dodgers. "I was iu Brooklyn at their invitation," he explained. "The situation there is unusual, to say the least, hut nothing developed at the conference to make me interested in affiliating club. ith the Brooklyn ARMSTRONG BY KAYOE New York. Jan. 12. (/P).—Henry Armstrong, world's featherweight champion, raided til'; ranks of the lightweights again tonight and knocked onl Enrico Ventnri, one of s best of the 135 pound contenders ill Ihe sixth round of their len round bout before ^.000 fans In Madison Square Garden. Armstrong weighed 134 Vi; Vonlnri 1373-4. TONY LAZZERI GOES INTO HARD TRAINING Sail Franriscn, Jan. 12 (#*)— Tony Liuzeri, pogt graduate of American League baseball, has slarted training for what, may prove the most interest ing experience of a IniiK and honorable career—his debut this year as a National LeaRue freshman with the Chicago Cubs. The "pooflh 'cm up kid," wliose twelve years service with the New York Yankees ended in glory with Ihe last World's Series, approached bis ue\v job with no misgivings and very little comment. All be will say about it is be intends to "keep hustling and give them all I've got." An Important Message To 59 MEN OF HAGERSTOWN! To those men who did not take advantage of our previous offer we are sacrificing 59 more SUITS & TOPCOATS Sizes 35 to 42 Formerly Up to •$22.50 CLOPPER & NEIKIRK 11 West Washington Street HOMER HOOPEE J""-""'™ K«I««™I . S. Patent Office. Injured Innocence By FRED DOCHER AMP YOU'RE. THE OWE WHO SHOWED ' \M6TO AAftKE ME WlMK THW M/SDE VOiiR HAIR START GROWWC? 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