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THE BAKEUSF1ELD CALlFORNlAN, MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1933 It s CAGE GAME KEEPS UP FINANCIAL END WITH SUCCESS THESE DAYS By L. W. ST. JOHN (Chalrmin if the N, C. A. A. Jtlni Basketball Rulei Committee and Athletic Diretter ef Ohio Still Unlvtrilty.) . (Written fur the A«jeel»t«d Press) C " OLUMBUS, Ohio, Jan. 16.—Basketball In 1933 continues as a healthy and profitable sport. Changing financial conditions have been met by'a widespread reduction In admission prices, resulting — along with other influences;—In Increased attendance. . • Basketball, in most colleges, is the only sport besides football that pays ita own way. In secondary schools, the game does even better and in many cases it goes a long way toward supporting the athletic • pro-,, gram. A leading factor in the extensive Interest shown In the game this year is foufid in the new rules. An increase in "stalling" tactics and,-more prevalent than this, a" great increase In deliberate and de lay offensive, was operating previous to this year to lessen Interest in the game. ,Jt was asked of the new rules that they speed up offensive play and, If possible, reduce stalling. This the new rules have done. Contrary to fears expressed by many persons, there has been no Increase In whistle blowing; In fact, the tendency has ' been toward loss Interference on the part of officials. Best Indoor Sport I believe that basketball is the ideal Indoor sport for schools and colleges. It is a fast game, filled with action. Spectators are comfortably accommodated and are close to the field of action and the constant change from .offense to defense makes it most fascinating. Individual, as well as team play, can be appreciated by tho average fan. A greater number of boys In secondary schools and colleges are now particl- •patlng in this game of basketball than ever before. Quit Broadcasting Discontinuance of the practice of broadcasting games is believed to contribute somewhat to the Increased attendance. I am convinced that a survey of the United States will show larger attendance and Increased Interest at this time, when practically all other sports are showing a decline in attendance, If not In interest. LA BABE DROPS IN ON NEW YORK MARICOPA WINS IN MTARLAND McFARLAND, Jan. 18.—Murlcopu won with flying colors Saturday when their A, B, and C teams mot the McFarland Cougars of the same loams at the local basketball field Saturday afternoon. This was a Sierra League game and the score for tho A team was 29 to 22, for the B team, 40 to 4, and for the C team, 23 lo 8, In all In favor of the visiting 1 team. Shatter basketball team will meet the local teams here Friday, January 20, at 2:30 p. m., In a league game. This game Is being looked forward to because of great rivalry between the two schools. Roth, of Wasco, will officiate at tho game. Coach Brick Williamson explained the fact that several of tho local boys were ill and sortie were unable to play Saturday. The local lineup of the A team was: Forwards, Reed, Roberts and Turner; center, Newby; guards, Higginbotham and Regan. The B team: Forwards, Perry, Baker and .Lay; center, Phillips; guards, Lobre, McCawley and Evert. C team: Forwards, Barns, Weaver and Wlrt; center, Kruger; guards, Klrkpatrlc and McQueen. '• "~ --»..__...—. . Illllkllfl I IW I lva»l I !••• 1 IN POLO VICTORY WIN COAST FINALS (United Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 16.—Elmer Boeseke, who directed a Yankee team to International victories over the Argentines recently, added < to his triumphs yesterday when he led his Whites to a close-fought 11-10 victory over Eric Pedley's Purples, In a polo field. game at the- Mldwick Country Club After a slow, and erratic start, Boeseke and his horsemen overcame an early lead with a fine rally that netted tho tying score in the seventh chukker. Tight defenses prevented either team from scoring until late In tho final period when J. R. Gllmorc, Texas star, smashed the ball between the Purples' goal posts for the winning marker. Pedler, who holds an eight goal rating with Boeseke, and his No. 1 rider, Fletcher, each scored four goals to take scoring honors. Boeseke, Gilnjore and Roach each scored three for the Wljltes. (Associated Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 15.—The Riviera Greyhounds swarmed all over the Santa Barbara Reds to capture the Pacific Coast 8-goal polo championship in the tournament finals at tho Upllfters' Club here yesterday. The score was 13 to 6. Getting away to a slow start, "Big Boy" Williams' Greyhounds started an attack toward Santa Barbara's goal posts In the fourth chukker and before It could be slowed down, had piled up a commanding lead. Williams himself led the charge by scoring 6 goals. Gerald Dempsey, captain of the visitors' team, chalked up 3 scores. Tho coast 6-Boa] champion series starts at the Riviera Club tomorrow. Trojans and Bears BILLIARD STARS ARE READY OURNEY (United Press Leased Wire) CHICAGO, Jan. 16. — Ten stars who know all the angles await tho open- Ing of the annual world's three- cushion billiards championship here tonight. Angle Kieckhefer of Chicago, who confounded his opponents last year with his southpaw game, is the defending champion. ' first bld to Stoef en and Mako Win Net Matches (Associated Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 16. — Lester •Stoefen, seeded No. 1 player and the . defending champion, was among tho seml-flnallsts today In tho annual Metropolitan tennis tournament. Others sharing the honor with Stofen are Gene Mako, rated No. 1 In the national junior rankings, and Frank Westsmlth. and Elbert Lewis. Tho semi-final matches will be played next Sunday at Griffith Park. TEHACHAPI TILTS TEHACHAPI, Jan. 16.— Lancaster High took two games out of three when they played the Tehachapl High School basketball squads in the local high school auditorium. Tehachapl took the "A" game, J4 to 13; Lancaster the "B" and "C" games, 24 to 2S, and 18 to 9, respectively. _ JUSTICE AS YOU D LIKE IT (Associated Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 16.—With two victories each, the University of Southern California and the University of California at Berkeley remain undefeated in the southern division of tho coast conference basketball conference. He will make his the title tonight i when he meets Clarence Jackson of i Detroit in the opening match of the j 45-game schedule. The tournament will last until February 2. The 10 competitors are survivors of sectional tournaments. Kieckhefer, Arthur Thurnblad, 1931, champion, and Allen Hall represent Chicago. Johnny Layton o't Sedalla, Mo., who used to be a carpenter, is seeking his The Trojans, in Los Angeles, twice eleventh title; Otto Resent, tempera- took the measure of Stanford In close mental Philadelphia!!; Frank S. Sco- The high quality o^ our merchandise and repair service is well known in this community. If you ajre not yet acquainted with it, in justice to yourself you can't afford to neglect to investigate. Battery charging, rebuilding" us woll as general automobile electrical repairing is our specialty. Willard has never sacrificed quality to meet a price. • • C. HOMER HOPKINS' Rl ut& IIAIIIRY lOMWM WILLARD SERVICE 2222 "EYE" STREET Phone 216 games. The Bears, In the -northern section of the state, defeated the University of California at Los Angeles Bruins twice to keep their record clean. The Bruins open a 3-game series with the Trojans here next Saturday night. California and Stanford play at Berkeley next Saturday in a conference game. •V-*-* Red Grange Will Play With Packers (United Press Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 16.—Red Grange, Illinois' galloping ghost of tho gridiron a few years back, was here today to Join the Green Bay Packers when the Wisconsin professional football eleven arrives from Honolulu tomorrow. Grange will play with tho Packers next Sunday when they face Ernie Nevers' team of Paclffc Coast All- Stars in a Knights of Columbus charity game. ville of Buffalo; Welker Cochran, Hollywood, CaJIf.; Tiff'Denton, veteran from Kansas City; Jay Bpze- maiv Vallejo, Calif.; and Clarence Jackson, Detroit. Kieckhefer, the titleholder, Is after his eleventh .championship. ABANDONS TEAM LOS ANGELES, Jan. 10. (U. P.)— Tho West Coast Navy* will follow in the Army's wash by eliminating its football team next season. Admiral Luke McNumee said financial backing was too insecure because Armistice day falls on Sunday next year, the day Navy plays the Army before the season's best crowd. Tho Army previously had announced It was dropping next year's squad for the same reason. Ascot Races Go On Despite Pilot Row ( Associated Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 16.— Star drivers .or not star drivers, the American Legion Ascot Speedway has shown it plans to continue to hold its races. With several of Its featured racers among the missing due to a disagreement over prize money, tho legion went ahead yesterday and held Its 100- lap event. Al Thlesen of Milwaukee took first place in tho race, a distance of 62 1 ," miles, in the tlmo of 60 mlnues, 28 3-5 seconds. Chris Vest was second and Thomas Cosman third. The Italian helmet dash, a two-lap event, was won by Welly Petlllo, Los Angeles, in 55.45 seconds. AFRICA DEVELOPS CAPE TOWN, Jan. 1.6.— Tho Belt Trust has set aside some J200.000 for development of aviation in Africa. About $50,000 of this amount is earmarked for work in Rhodesia along the Carlo-Cape Town section of the Imperial Airways. Four new emergency landing fields are to be erected along the more remote sections of the route. W OTTA wife this gal will make for some fine man! Imagine having TI wife who can knock your ears off any afternoon at golf, a wife who nfter 10 or 12 rounds, starts smacking them in the low 90s and high 80s. Wotta gal, this Bubo Dldrlckson. -'. , •* What a help she would be in commuting. .Sprinting for the 6:4D for »i shopping tour In the city she would catch her train and time to spare, while the head of the family puffs in to the station to make the 7 o'clock. Babe's in New York now. If the smart hunting set adopts her temporarily as a novelty sho will need no horse for fox hunting. The horse would be too much of a handicap with Babe off on a timber-topping jaunt with Reynard yelping in terror. This portrait of La Babe depicts her trying to restrain her ebullience in a New York apartment. She is measuring an occasional tablo for hurdle hopping en route to tho bedroom where she will don her track shorts and do a full gaynor from tho chandelier. La Babe says she may have a go at the English channel. Her husband can follow in the tug with the beef tea and newspaper writers. Possibly when she gets old she may take up bull fighting and join Hemingway and Sid Franklin in rummy old Spain. B^ibo is versatile, her hypothetical husband will find. Sho can sprint, ! hurdle, jump, swim, golf, arch u mean bow and twang a taut string, and by way of indoor sports play basketball, water polo, and billiards. In Chicago the other day she showed some of the boys how to piny billiards. During the Olympic games, it is reported, sho climbed the face of a building to remove a sign, as a bit of a lark. But can she make biscuits? Don't be foolish. She doesn't need to mako 'em—sho can buy thorn ready made. Her aim now that she has turned pro Is to make $1000,000. Maybe her potential husband can forgive her this Inability. Wotta a wife she'll mako some poor weak man. *-»-* HARD TO ENTER EL PASO, Jan. 16.—Annstacio Vega found that It is almost as hard to enter federal prison as it is to get out. Several weeks ago Vega was fined $100 for violation of the prohibition law. Ho pleaded with the judge to let him havo a month to pay the fine because his wife was going to have a baby. Tho Judg^ agreed. When Vega reported at the federal detention farm to servo 30 days In default of the flno he had to plead with thu doorman, who thought he Was joking, to lot him in. MAKES SKI (United Press Leased Wire) GARY, III., Jan. IB.—American-born skller had a now record to jump at today after Roy Mlkklcson of Auburn, Calif., leaped 176 feot down tho Norgo ski slide during tho twenty-seventh annual tournament conducted by that club. The Class A championship of tho Central SUl Association, however, went for tho fourth successive year to Casper Olmen, Mlnot, N. D., star, who captained the Untied States Olympic team last summer. His perfect form in executing jumps of 164 and 174 feet won him the title. Mlkklcson twice jumped 170 feet, but foil In one attempt. Oimen held the former record, 163 feet. John Oliver, Minneapolis, took first honors In the Class C Junior event. More than twenty thousand spectators watched .tho competition yesterday afternoon. SLATED FOR MAI MATCH HEREMIRSDAY Japanese Slur Will Show Jujilsu Knowledge in His Bon I • "*> ' O KI SIIIK1NA, Japanese) wrestling star will headline tho Inl- tlnl mat card for tho Granada theater hero on Thursday evening, January 19, meeting Harold Kruskamp, of Ixm Angeles, Buck Buchanan announced today. For tho first timo In tho history of wrestling hero a combination bout including one fall jujitsu, one full at tlio selection of a wrestler will bo staged. Shiltlim and KriiNkamp will wrestle for tho first fall Jujitsu. Tho next full will be catch-as-catch-can. Tho (Trappier who Hncuros a fall in tho shortest period of time will be given he option of deciding tho manner of ivreslllng for the third 'fall If tho match goes that far. Hill vs. Toone In tho scml-wlndup Don Hill and Jack Toono will tangle. Their match will bo limited to 45 minutes for Cwo falls. Toono Is tho follow who goes In for the "nleep hold." Hill Is the Ijoy who goes In for all kinds of holds, setting a datszllng. pace In every bout le engaged In here. ' McCann on Card Jess AlcCann, of Portland, who has wrestled hero before, Is meeting Wayne Strombaugh, Taft's good gift to the wrestling game. This match la limited to 30 minutes. In the opener Rod Fen ton, Canadian middleweight champion, Is matched against. Dave Orshoff, of Hollywood. This is a 20-mlnuto tlmo limit match. GOLF llfPLAY IS OVERJN COAST (United I'rcmt Lcn»rtl Wire) AGUA CALIUNTK, Mexico, Jan. 1C. Golfdoiii's annual barnstorming tour of tho Pacific const was at a virtual end today with Paul nuiiyan, dlmlnu- tivo young professional from White I Plains, N. Y., in command of tho season's highest prize. Shooting a consistent gnmo while most of tho favorites were having their ups and downs, Rtinyuu captured tho $7500 Agua Callerito open. His card of 287 netted him first prize money of $1500. Horton Smith, young Springfield, .Mo., pro, trailed him by two strokes to earn tho runner-up prize of ?1000. Ray Manj-'rum, Waco, Texas, youngster and loader on tho opening two rounds, tied with Craig Wood of Deal, N. J., the pro-tourney favorite, for third place. Each annexed J750 with scores of 2SIO. A small money tourney at LonR Beach romalnl before tho curtain Is rung down on the coast winter season. DRILLERS CLICK IN DEFEATING SELMA BY HEAVY CAGE SCORE G AIM NO momentum us the season advances. Coach Griffith's Driller quintet swept to an easy victory over Sclma High, 43 to 13, here Saturday night. The Dakersfiold boys' long-delayed offensive arrived ut last In a brilliant, scoring drive that put them safely ahead by the end of tho first quarter, and they were holding a lead of 22 to •! at. half tlmo. In a pair of preliminary games, the high school Class B team shaded the junior college reserve forces. 13 to 12. while the Class C. squad ran up a score of 23 to 10 In defeating the Methodist "B" aggregation. Showing tho results of a week's Intensive drill In offensive work, the Drillers went on a bucketing spree that quickly turned the -, <>Runie Into a runaway race. For tho first time the forwards started hitting the basket at a pace that put them on even terms with the centers and guards. Versatile Play Beavers, at center, and Bcatty, running guard, maintained their positions as the team's most versatile performers, scoring Ifl points between thorn and proving to be the key men In both offonsc and defense. The forwards furnished tho surprise of the evening, however, Quails-and Wcstfall starting and rolling up 10 points as their contribution to the total, whlj<» O'Brien and Kyherabldc, who relieved thorn at Intervals, kept up the good work. Ellis Steals Show In the battle of tho guards, In which Daily, Ellis and Jameson were making tholr bids for a permanent position on tho varsity, 13111s stole the show. ITi.i guarding was about on part with the others, while two long shots and a freo throw, giving him five points for tho game, put him distinctly In thr IEAM LOSES IN BERKELEY IT Peterson's Squad Shows Well Until Last Half Against Frosh A 1 I PTEU holding the University oC California freshmen to even terms more than three quarters of the battle, tho BakersHeld Junior College Renegades succumbed to the long-range artillery of the Bear Cubs and finished on the short end of a 46-to-25 score at Berkeley Saturday evening. With but. seven minutes to play in the second half, the Ronugades pulled up to within three baskets of tho Boar lead, only to bo downed under a deluge of shots from the center of tho court. Two brilliant forwards, Nightingale and Shoen, who scored 1!> and 14 points, respectively, for the university frosh, furnished the highlights of the game. Tholr marksmanship In the concluding minutes was too much for tho Bakerslleld boys who, after playing most of the game without substitution, were beginning to tiro. Local Stars With Ilaworth, easy-going forward, hitting the bucket consistently and Hawkins turning In a flno defensive game against tho stiilwart Cubs, llitf Renegades played tho frosh on more even terms thiyi tho final score would Indicate. ' Hnworth was high point man fur Makcnifleld, with Hawkins and Barrett trailing. The Lineups U. C. Frosh 1'o.s. Biikorsfiokl J. C. 10 Nightingale... F Barrett 4 2 Carney K llsiworthlll Hcnrlch F Voorhlcs 14 Shoen F Mulvana Ault F Harrell Lang F 2 Cordos C Ben ton Stevenson.... C Kdlngei 1 C 5 Olson G Hawkins 1 CJrcy u I'urtlo Luther C! Donnor C! 2 Tcnney G CHKSTKR ItOllTON GOLF-S G11BATK8T TKACIIBH (Copyright John P. Hlllo Co.) Rosedale Defeats Fruitvale Players ROSEDALE, Jan. 16.— Tho Ilose- dalo team started tho basketball spa- son by playing Frultvale's five. 'IJie Rosedalo team started tho first quarter with a bang, making eight points and leaving Frultvalo wlthftut a score. Tho first half ended at 20 to 4. At tho final sound of tho whistlo the score was 28 to 9 In Rosedale's favor. This is the first game of tho season for Rosedale, so there are many places on tho team to polish up, but It was a flno showing for an early season game. F. K. Corwln was referee, and the game was played on the Frultvalo diamond. Now picture in your mind tho action you see In today's sketch. Hero you see tho clubhead swinging into the ball from tho outsldo in, or dl- Want Stiner for Coach at Oregon (United Press Leaned Wire) CORVALL1S, Ore., Jan. 16. — Petitions were being circulated on tho Oregon State campus today seeking appointment of Lou Stiner, assistant coach, as head football coach to succeed Paul J. Schissler, resigned. Steiner has served as Schlssler's assistant here five years and Is popular among tho student body. It was understood that most of tho varsity and freshmen football players had signed | (he petition, + redly across iho direction line—presumably, and by common consent, the "Hllco" action. Presumably, too, this clubhoad, swung In this manner, would bo In this position: The fuco would bo square and would meet tho ball squarely, oxcopt that directionally tho face of thn club would point to a lino to tho left of tho direction lino. Unless the position of tho hands changed from their address position, the club assuredly would face this way. Why, then wouldn't'the ball go straight, but to the left of tho direction lino? Would the clubhoad, meeting the ball as shown In the sketch, cause slice? Answer Yea or No. Now turn to the want ad pages, then turn back to this page, and the right answer Is—No. NOTE—Nothing perfects like practice. Practice your putting and per. feet It with Mr. Morton's special putting Instruction, obtainable, free, by writing him for it care National Newspaper Service, 326 W. Madison, Chicago. Enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope and one 3-cent stamp. Jack Johnson Is Injured in Match (United 1'reKH l,vnnril \\'lre) BUUSS15LS, Belgium, Jan. 1C.—Jack Johnson, former world hriivy weight boxing champion, today was recovering from severe bruises and physical collapse suffered Saturday night whmi ho was thrown from the ring in a wrestling bout with Sailor Constant of Belgium. The Belgian picked up the aging ne- gro i'nil tossed him from the ring to tho ilnor below. Johnson tried to struggle to his feet, but fainted. Sailor Constant was awarded the victory, Johnson went to Uerlln, Germany, recently to organize a boxing school, but accepted Invitations to do some wrestling on the side. *-»-• King George's Son Hunts With Camera load on scoring strength. Selnm found tho inan-lo-mnn defense of tho Drillers Impregnable during tho first half, falling to score « single field goal in that time. Pitted against, the greater weight and height of the junior college reserves, Coach Dalhom's high school middles had all they could handle in the second of tho preliminary games. Led by Lewis, guard and acting captain. the jaysees staged a second half comeback that, quickly leveled a throe-point lead held by tho "Bs" at half time. Neither tonm could find the basket with any regularity nnd as a result tho high school's good percentage on freo shots had a strong bearing on Ihn final game. Tho "13s" sank S nut of 10 trials, while the J. C. goofs collected none out of B. Mosconi a Star With Marvin Mosconl setting tho pace, his tolnl fur tho game being 11 tallies, the high school class C team found little difficulty In defeating the Methodists. A. Snider was outstanding defensively for Coach Frost's lightweights. The Lineups Class A Baliersfleld Position Selma Quails (4) ........ F ......... Ilaney (2) O' Hrlen (4) ...... V ............ Holms Weslfnll <6) ...... F ____ Huntington (U Eyherabldo (7) ...F ......... Brlghtwell ............ F ........... .. Sharp ........ F ......... Blackwell Beavers (9), ...... C ......... Nielson (4i Holier (!) ........ C ............. Smith Heatty (7) ........ G ____ McCormlck (2) Pally ............ O.. ......... Darnell KIILs f3) .......... G...Kachadorlan (3) .liunesun ......... G .......... Glllstrap .......... G ........... Abe (U ........ G ......... Dewhurst ............ G ............. Bason Class B High School I'os. J. C, Reserves Lightrier f3); ..... F ........ Wlsham (2) O'Connell (u) ...... K.Wattunbarger (2) ........... F ............ Stanley Ponnison (.4) ...... C .......... Stiorn (4 i Fi.ley ............. C ____ . .......... Pick Hilton ........... G ............ Fisher Mahler ........... G ......... Lewis (4 I ......... G .......... Thorn* MI ........... G ............ Tivnon .......... G ........... Dennen Class C High School Pos. Methodist "B" Mosconl (11) ...... F. . Wattenbargcr (2 1 Mlddangh (n ..... F .............. Dean Chaplin .......... F .......... Boyd (2) Klnoshlla (4) ____ F ..... J. Echeniquo ..... F ...... Stinson (2) ....... C ............ Pierson Coats (4) ......... C ....... Freeman (5 > C. Snider ......... C .......... A. Snider ......... G ....... Sefgener (1 1 Holmqiii.st ........ G ........... Mosconi Mickey (1) ....... G ............ Collins A. Echcnique ....G ........... Dubney - : BACK TO YARDS (dnitrd Prc»* Lrascd Wire) • XEW VO RK, Jan. 16. (A. P.)— The LONDON, Jan. 16.— Tho Duke of ; j. c . 4_ A .s indoor track and field championships, an* annual fixture in Gloucester, King George's third son, Is going big-game hunting in Africa, but he Is going to use a camera rather than a gun. Both motion and still pictures of game In Its natural haunts are the principal objects of his quest, although ho will tiike some guns to shoot meat for the expedition. No elaborate camp equipment will bo taken. There will be two tents for sleeping quarters, which are very little heavier than the ordinary hikers' lent, n. table, a few chairs, mosquito nets, and cooking utensils. MOHAMMEDAN CUSTOM OrlhodiV M%hammedun« are loiitho to construct a building or weave a rug that has straight lines or flawless symmetry. They believe that only Allah Is perfect, and that to construct extra ' a perfect building or rug Is something I sacrilegious. BUCK ROGERS, 2433 A. D. Secret Panel 13y PHIL NOWLAN and LIEUTENANT DICK CALKINS here In March, will be held on u yardage basis after all. The advisory committee of the I. C. 4-A decided last night to delay the switch from yards to meters until after the indoor intercollegiates. »-»-* <*. v i> ! THE WEEK-END ! fAnsocliilcil Pi-e.i.i Leased Wire) AGUA CALIlCNTli—Paul Runyan'n l'S7 wins Agua Calient open golf tourney. XEWBURGH, N. V.—Alex Hurd and Kit Klein win individual titles in middle Atlantic speed slutting championships. fWE m>RR\ED UP THE TUV4NEL, AWAY FROM THE CELL YOU SAY YOU HAVJ=\ KANEANDARDALA L SAFEL,Y-nEDUP? > DANE'S BANDITS BEEN HOLD N& ME OR THE SAFE 'ETURN OF ELF WHOM THE1 BELIEVED UA.O SEEN PRISONERS TO DOME CITY ay WILMA — I THOUGUT THEY HAD HAPPENED WELL. IT WAS THIS WAV- MISTAKE AND RETURNING, Bur, TWAS WILMA U/HO SUPPED NTOMY CELL AND CELEA5ED ME". COPYRIGHT/JOHN F. DILLC CO. HEG. U.S. PAT. OFF. " I NO SOONER LEFT YOU AVID GOT AROUND THE TURN IN THE CORR»OOR J THA,N ARDALA BROKE LOOSE AND- BEFORE I COULD RECOVER ARDALA DOVE THROUGH A SECRET PAN EL- TO 1123 BIS CONTINUED NEW YORK.—Until McGinnis defeats Halie Didrlkson at pocket billiards, 400 tu GL'. PRIN'CKTON, \. J.—Harvard bows to Princeton liockey team. 0-2. 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