The New York Age from New York, New York on December 6, 1958 · Page 33
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to QJ t a u o o w 2 5 SiraajjD Staalx The sleek St. James Midgets met their Waterloo when they engaged the clever Kennedy In ' termediate quintet on the St. . James Church court Tuesday night. The St James Boys proved to be no match for the slick bal! handling Kennedy lads who hand ed them a 67 - 30, defeat. The St. James cagers were in fine ' condition for the W. 133rd St., lads after taking a 48 - 40 decision from the scrappy Henry Street Settlement Monday night. Traveling to the St. James Settlement house Monday night the St. James lads with Richard Waldon, Robert Brown, James Padilla, Floyd Kemp and Richard Bennett . battled the Settlement CLOSEOUT '58 CMEVS You'll Always Do Better At. MATTES AiHhriil Factory CHEVROLET Deafer Grand Concourse at 144 St. Bronx Open Eves. boys on even terms in the first quarter. Little Jimmy Padilla kept the settlement squad on their toes with his brilliant footwork. Herbert Davis, Vaughn Harper and Harold Evans entered the contest for St. James in the second quarter and St. James moved in front of their victims 26 - 21 at the end of the second quarter. Bench Warmers Hot ' Gus Pappas ' and . Ronnie Mul - laney deserted the bench in the third session to spark the St. James lads to their third straight victory. - . The St. James lads were in good condition for their contest with the Kennedy Center lads and were set to march to another victory but once the Kennedy squad started moving the ball around the court the Church lads knew they were in for a tough night Kennedy moved in front of the St. James team and never gave them a chance to catch up. St. James Midgets C F T Kaldon, rf 3 C Pappas 2 4 Kemp, If 1 2 Mnllaney 0 Bennett, c 1 2 Harper 24 Brown, K., rg ... - 5 It Davit S Padilla, lg 2 4 Evans 5 1 totals 24 48 St. James Midgets . G F T Waldon, rf Mallaney " Bennett, If 4 8 Kemp 2 2 6 Harper, e 12 Fox 3 2 8 Brown, R., rg t Pappas Padilla, lg 1 2 Evans 2 4 Davis totals 13 4 M Henry Street Settlement G F T Metx, rf 4 1 Roberts, If 12 Batcher, c 4 8 Dennis, rg 12 4 Edwards 3 17 Harvey, lg 5 14 totals 18 4 40 Kennedy Center Intermediates G FT Briginton, rf 5 2 12 Mason, If 4 1 Clayton 113 Spraly, e 2 8 4 Wilson, rg 7 t 14 Barthrop 2 4 8 Morene, lg 8 1 17 Larkia totals 28 67 Race Bias Makes Lemon Of Tangerine DovI Did AT KLAnit'S c:j easy KREDIT ' " K ' jSMMMSnBt I : : m maw mm (moms GENUINE LEATHER COAT A Handsome Leather Coat of 1 00 imported Cabretta leather lined with orlon pile for extra warmth. Aade to sell for $84.75 SUPER SPECIAL now ONLY 59.75 50c down, 50c weekly FREE The Tangerine Bowl is nothing more than a big lemon as far as the University of Buffalo is concerned. . - ,r Ty,,. ry - .... jawiaM) SPEEDY BUTLER Florida A & M University defensive end, Wesley Mitchell, who is called Moby Dick by his teammates, is the starting right end for the A. & M. Rattlers. The sophomore will see action Dec. 13 In Miami when the' Rattlers meet Prairie View Panthers. Despite their being invited for the first time to play in a bowl game, the Buffalo football team, best small college eleven in the East, rejected a bid t the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, Florida. Their decision was based on the refusal of the Orlando High School Athletic Association which owns the stadium to waive a clause banning intermingling of races in athletic contests. Buffalo has two Negro players, halfback . Willie ' Evans and reserve end, Mike Wilson". Buffalo said the Tangerine Bowl Committee and the Orlando Elks Club which promotes the contest for the benefit of crippled children, acted in good faith, and the fault lay with the High School Athletic Association. The game was to have taken place Dec. 27th. Went to See Something? Your Best Best Bet Is A Classified Ad In The AGE. Matching MALLORY Fedora AH Weather HAT. Values at $5.98 with purchase. Colors: Black, and Natural Sizes: 36 to 46 Tremendous New Line All Colors In BUSCHS at 2232 THIRD AV. at Mlat SI. 135 MAIN ST. WHITS PLAINS a. LaWs Stat r: - v I bottom. . , Ill ST I anrfauPPle, l A 215 WEST 1 25th STREET Open every evening till 9:00 EE 19 W. 14th ST. Bffffa aWfc 4)ttf 44se VVM 256 W. 34th ST. fa Ttfc 4Maf 9Hl AVMi 126 W. 125th ST, phaaa book far alW "AaW Bat. Laaa rta A. ADlEt, 122 bat 42nd St. OX 7 - 3790

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