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DAILY NEWS, MOKO AT, DECEMBER 1929 PLANSKY'S FIELD GOAL NIPS CARDS S3 JEFFERSON PARK ENTRIES. GIANTS TRIUMPH Silver Skates Derby Set for January 11 Silver Skates Derby Regulations All entries in Derby must be amateur skaters. Juvenile are thoss wba have not reached their fourteenth birthday the day ot the race. Juniors are those who have passed their fourteenth birthday but nave not passed their sixteenth birthday the day of the rave. Seniors and sirls must retristered amateur skaters.

Jnveailes and juniors need not bs registered. Seniors and ctris Jiving- in New Jersey and in Hew York state, south and east of but not uv the counties of Delaware. Greene and Columbia, nuiit register with the Middle Atlantic bkat-lii It association Barry F. Noah, secretary. 6tt Vermilyea New York.

Those living elsewhere in Sew York state must register- with the Adirondack Skating" association Charles H. ruld smith, secretary, 43 Main Saranao Lake, N. Y. Those living in Connecticut and east of Ksw York state must register wilh the New England Skating association W. C.

Hill, secretary. 141 Milk Boston. Mass. Seniors and girls who aro not registered in the Middle Atlantic Skating association should wnta Al Copland. 2o Park New York, for membership blanks and inclose a self-addressed return envelope.

The annual duns are $1.00. The registration number must appear on all entry biauks of seniors and (iris. 'Annual Ice Classic Afternoon Affair at Central Park (Continued from page Si) By AL COPLAND. Derby, Boys Junior Derby and Boys Juvenile Derby. Taking a line on the tremendous entry which has been received in previous derbies, it will be necessary to stage preliminaries in the Boys Intermediate, Boys' Junior And Boys' Juvenile events.

These will be staged in the several rinks of the metropolitan district and notification will be given those eligible as to the time and place. The different organizations which go in for speed skating are set for the training period, which will elapse between now and the big doings six weeks hence. One of the new clubs which have sprung up since the last Silver Skates Derby helped to make ice history is the Majestic S. of which Harry F. Noah is the moving spirit.

This scintillating luminary of the skating firmament ha surrounded himself with euch champions in the making na Ray Darmstadt. Arthur Levy, Ray Murray, Al Krux, Howard Speed, and the two Corke girls; Ruth and Lillian all of whom have made their presence felt in Silver Skates tournaments of the past by winning in their respective classes or figuring in the prize division. Archie McMahon, now represent ing the Ice Club, is another of wnom mucn is expected in the SILVER SKATES carnivaL Special frizes Offered. As an incentive to those who intend to lit themselves for the different events listed in the Daily News A. A.

schedule of events for Jan. 11, special trophies have been donated by The News for competition at Iceland, the Ice clubhand lirmtklyn Ice palace where suitable periods have leen set aside for the novices and class memliers, who are just aWve the non-winners division. Among the other cluhs which will help provide competitive talent for this greatest of all speed skating functions are: Comet S. Lenox Hill A. A Holy Name club, Brooklyn I.

Iceland, George Washington H. S-, Metropolitan S. Peerless S. Poughkecpsie S. K'e club, Paterson S.

Daily Star A. and Yonkers S. C. As a further insight to competitive skating thich must be certain to aid newcomers to reach the zenith of their training desires, it can be stated that every Momlav nieht at 11 i. races are staged fori IN LAST MINUTE OF PLAY, 24-21 By A.

LOVETT. THOSE Giants of pro football staged a thriller in the windswept confines of the Polo Grounds yesterday, nosing out Ernie Nevers and his Chicago Cardinals in a seesawing extravaganza by a 24 21 score. put on a genuine Frank Merriwell finish to win by the margin of a left-footed drop-kick by Tony Plansky, the Georgetown giant of old. in the last play of the game. It was a boot as remarkable for its accuracy and distance as for its element of surprise.

Tony got it away beautifully at a fairly difficult angle and from the 30 yard line, necessitating its spinning nearly fifty yards to clear the crossbar by not more than two feet and just inside the near upright One Point Disallowed. Preceding this hair-raiser the Giants had taken a two-touchdown lead in the first half, largely through Benny Friedman's passing proclivity, only to have a safety and Chicago touchdowns in the second and third quarters put the Cardinals in front. Nevers piled in another touchdown himself on an intercepted pass in the shadow of the Giants', goal, to add insult, but when Ernie kicked the goal lor point Irom placement it was disallowed as the penalty for un sportsmanlike conduct by one of his mates. This break put the Giants with in seven points of a tie verdict and they went out promptly and knotted the count. The Giants kicked off and after an exchange- of punts launched a diversified attack that edged into Chicago- territory.

Friedman got off a short pass to Plansky, who was downed on the 15 yard line. rriedman and ieather made small gains through the line before Friedman heaved to Sedbrooke for a touchdown and Benny added the point from placement. Early in the second period an other punt trading flair left the Giants on Chicago's 44 yard stripe. A hurL Plansky to net ted 17, and Friedman slipped back to the 40 yard line to pass to Flaherty near the goal line, and Ray slid over. Again Friedman's boot was- true.

Moran's Kick Blocked. Soon after this juncture Don Hill, an old backfield mate of Nevers at Stanford, blocked a kick by Moran deep in Giant territory and the ball bounded over the goal line, where Hill and Moran fell on it and it was ruled a safety for the invaders first score. MacDonald, Rose and Nevers combined then in a running attack and a Nevers pass to Kassell was good for 17 and another to Rooney advanced it to the Giants' 14 yard line. There Ernie heaved to Rooney, who was tackled, as he fell over the goal line. Nevers added the extra point.

GIANTS Pus. CARDINALS Flaherty Dowling Meilzmar T-. Hogue Mi-Muilen Kiesling Westnpat Hill Caywood K.ljr., Blummer B. Owen R.T........... Slater Munn Kassell Friedman Johnson Sedbrooke L.H Method Plannky Rooney Feather F.B Nevers Giants 7 7 10 34 Cardiuals 0 6 6 SI Touchdowns: Sedbrooke.

Flaherty, Plansky for tiiants: Rooney, Rose sub for Method 1. Nevers for Cardinals. Point after toti-hdown: Friedman (3), placements: Nfvers tl. plaement. Safety: Moran (sub for Sedbrooke).

Field goal: Plansky drop kick). Referee Tom Thorpe (Columbia). Umpire John Hennessey (Brooklyn 1. Linesman John Keardon (New Hampshire Slate). (Pictures on Page 40) Stops Stomach FIRST RACE For woyear-olds: maid ens: claiming; purss S1.0OO; firs and nan im-iongs.

My 103 Captain Coll 113 Master Samover.118 Bougainville ....105 Nausica. 107 Cuytah 108 Princess Deve 1 00 Lunacy ...100 Frank Podesta. .108 Donan ..112 Bee Keeper. .1 11 Solus 110 Delta ...100 Lawaon Paul Louise 105 Joan ...109 Coreopsis 1 1 3 Father Mack SECOND RACE For three-vear-eMs and up; claiming; purse Sl.OOO: six furlongs. Col.

Seth 118 Quibbler Hit fop Belt. Petruchio ....111 Merrick 118 Prince Bulbo. 1 1 rt Lower Omnia ...118 Master Sweep. ..118 Rogues Gold 1 1 1 Sandy Lamkin .114 Faculty .......111 Ossie Old Bill liej Rock 10! Panama Ill Windflower THIRD RACE For three-year-olds and up; purse S1.3O0; six furlongs. Burnt 108! Snort nrt-asi iiik Fretwell .118 Kingsport 118 Boys Preferred.

108 Bourbon ..118 Complication ..111 Marabou Ill Zelma Orestes II. .....116 Mack's IDS Kins; Bad 1118 The Abbot Ill Tannic Ill Thunder .114 Paul loa FOURTH RACE For two-vear-olria- claiming: puree six furlongs. Fly's- A'b's'd'r. 108) Miss Ramsey. ,17 King- Cherokee.

105 Dabster 1K3 Racing: Selections By FIVE FURLONGS." At Jefferson Park. FIRST RACE LAW SON Li Msnter mover. SECOND It ACE MASTER SWEEP. Ola BUI. Ossie if.

THIRD RACE ORESTES II. Fretwell. Boys Preferred. FOURTH RACE MISS RAMSEY. Flying Ambassador.

Toiler. FIFTH RACE SPANISH ASTER, Black Thunder. Nancy Seth. SIXTH RACE PINKIE. Robin.

Seth, Hayes Choice. SEVENTH RACE HANKY RICE, Happy Bob, Counsellor Connolly. One Best Bet SPANISH ASTER. HAKOAH ALL-STARS PLAY 1-1 TIE WITH UNBEATEN WHALERS Indecision was the -watchword with the east's leading- soccer ag gregations in their clashes in New York and vicinity and up in New Cneiand yesterday afternoon. At Starlight park, Bronx, the Brooklyn Wanderers and New York Nationals drew 4 i in a free-scoring; game, although the Stoneham crew led 2 1 at half time.

At Ebbets field, Brooklyn, the liakoah All-Stars tied the un beaten and league-leading New Bedford Whalers, 1 1, after the invaders had held the edge 1 0 at the change of ends, and in Providence the Giants divided points, 1 1, with the "Jlamdiggers, who led 1 0 at the interval. Meanwhile, in an Eastern league aft air at McGoIdrick field, Green point, Hispano took Newark Portu guese into camp, 4 2. Five thousand braved the cold to see the Whalers and Agarmen fight it out. Davey McEachran counted 5 minutes before halftime with a terrific shot from the left after Jim Montgomerie had driven wide on a penalty kick awarded against Mahrer for handling, but 12 minutes after the restart Mont gomerie fouled Heusler in the dead area and, with Schwarcz faking a spot kick, Laszle Sternberg rushed in and converted the equalizer. 2 Tablets every two of tivreo hours ancb COLDS Sootv' disappear Grove's too at ait $UJILMIMIE Tablet Portaur i.10-3 Curtain CaU.

UH; Burnt Ring- True 107Bud Charlton. .108 Jean Patrick. .103 Best Balance. .113 FIFTH RACE For three-year-olds and upward: claiming; purse one mile and an eighth. Polvo 107Spanisli 104, Celidon 105 Nancy Seth.

.1071 Nicodemus 110 IiarU 'Black Thunder. 107 Bill Seth loaf SIXTH RACE For three-year-olds and upward; claiming; purse one mils and a sixteenth. Huon Pine 104Evelyn 93 Amjie May. John T.D. UttiClearinff House.

.108 Murky .104 Gay Loihario. .108 Bashful Beau. .187., 'Hayes Choice. Yachtsman The 0U Sargasso 103 Cannon Club. 1 12 Sentry u3 Robins Seth lOojPunkie ..14 SEVENTH RACE For three-year-olds and upward: claiming; purse -ona mile and a sixteenth.

ramiw imk-s, Alloy Hare 10S Linda UHMerida 101 Happy Bob 112 Portal 10H Madam Emelie. lull Cns'lor Couelly.lOo-Com Belt 113 Fair -Jioimie. 'Kinsman .....107 Bunthorne 'Command 15 Pheasant 103Hanky Rice. ...107 Weather clear: track heavy Today's Sports Cycline. Second day of six-day bike race at Madison Square Garden.

Eighth ave. and 49tlm St. Boxing. Bob Olin vs. Joe Bonovic in feature ten-roundB'boiit at St.

Nick's arena, OBth St. near Columbus first bout at 8:15 p. m. Freddy Huber vs. Tommy Jordan in feature sue-round bout at Jamaica arena.

Archer ave. and 144th Jamaica; first bout at 8:15 p. m. Wrestling. Hans Steinke vs.

George Hasren in ftnieh match at 71st Regiment armory. 34th. st. and Park nrst match al 8:15 p. m.

Skating. Races at Iceland. 62d st. and Broadway, at 11:30 p. m.

Billiards. Frank Taberskl vs. Charles Seaback at the Strand academy. 47th st. and Broad way.

at 2:30 and 8:00 p. m. ADVERTISEMENT. TRUSS EXPERTS COMING TO NEW YORK CITY The Rice Truss Kxperts, personal representatives of William S. Rice, Adams, N.

will be at Aber deen Hotel, 32nd near 5th N. T. City from Mon. morning, Dec. 2 until Sat.

evening, Dec. 7. Every ruptured mall, woman and child should take advantage of this great opportunity. The Rice Method for Rupture la known the world over. Tou can now see this Method demonstrated and have a Rice Appliance fitted to you.

Absolutely no charge unless you ar satisfied to keep the Outfit after having the Appliance adjusted and you see how perfectly and comfortably It holds. Ko harsh, deep pressing springs; nothing to gouge the flesh. and make you sore. Can be worn, night and day with positive comfort. Soft, rubber-like composition pao any degree of pressure required.

Don't wear a truss a' your lif when thousands have reported recovery through using the Rice Method. AVhy suffer the burden of rupture If there Is a chance to be free from truss-wearing forever Anyway, it will cost you nothing to Come in and learn all about th Rice Method and the wonderful op portunity for help it offers in your case. Remember these Truss Kx. perts -will be there only SIX days. men your opportunity win do gone.

Just ask at hotel desk for the Rice representatives and they -will do the rest. Hours 9 to 12 a. 2 to 5 p. or 7 to 9 evenings. Women and young children will receive personal attention of Expert Lady Fit ter In separate apartments.

Don't miss this great opportunity to see these Experts on Hernia. novices and Class skaters at Iceland, 52d St. and Broadway. Similar events are held at Brooklyn Ice Palace, Bedford and Atlan tic on Friday nights and at the Ice club, atop Madison Square Garden, Saturday nights. Coaches Will Aid.

These should prove beneficial to those of the classes to which they appeal in the way of getting them the sort of competitive experience of which they re in need. At each of the different rinks will be found coaches aplenty who gladly will give the benefit of their knowledge of the skating game and help put intending participants in the Silver Skates on the right road to success. The accompanying entry blank should be filled out and sent at once as directed. It incorporates the different event and it is ad vised that entries be made at the earliest possible moment. In an adjoining box will be found the rules of the Silver Skates Derby.

Don't send any money to The News. Entry is free. Read the rules and send in your entry at once. HUBER TACKLES TOMMY JORDAN Freddy Huber, Jersey welterweight, and Irish Tommy Jordan of South Brooklyn will square off in the feature bout of six rounds at Jamaica arena tonight. Huber's spectacular victory over Floyd Hybert made him a favorite with the Long Island fans.

Ossie Bob-kin will go against Loa Lampert in the six round semi-final. Age Club Reg. No ADDRESS. DO NOT WRITE. Daily News, 25 Park Place, N.

Y. SILVER SKATES DERBY ENTRY BLANK FINALS AT Conservatory Central Park, Jan. 11, 1930 TRIALS AT LOCAL KINKS TO BE DECIDED UPON LATER IN EVENTS MARKED WITH Men's Senior Derby Girls Senior Derby Boys Intermediate Derby Girls Intermediate Derby Boys Junior Derby Boys Juvenile Derby Inilk-ate with the event entered. NO ENTRY FEE REQUIRED. AH entrants must be amateur skaters, and if over 16 years MUST BE REGISTERED with Middle Atlantic Skating Association.

Name Address City and State PRINT YOUR NAME AND Entries accepted by Al Copland, and Heart Pains before the glass is emptied SIX BELL-ANS HOT WATER SURE RELIEF EIL-ANS FOR INDIGESTION Sic a 75u Faikaiva. bold verywhare tetil Ssisg. M889 WM. S. RICE, Inc, Adams, N.


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