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15. McAndrews Wins in Intercollegiates Camera Kayoes "Imp Gorski Defends THE SCRANTON REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY, MARCH 16. 1935 Green Terrors Ace ,' WCiAL, Bureiau of Recreation Slates Fight Tourney Preliminaries Scheduled for April 2 at Weston Field; Entries Close April I; Trophies Again To Be Auxtrded Winners Foremost of Local Five - Man Teams at A. B. C. Tournament Dempsey Halts Fight in Ninth ' it - ) 16,600 See ex - Champ Smear Title Rival; 1 His Title Today Western Maryland Star Draws Bye in 12th Boxing Tourney STATE COLLUDE, March 16. - Penn state, four times winner of the team title, and Western Maryland shared the bulk ol the honors to night in the opening of the twelfth annual Eastern Intercollegiate cox inst championships with Scran'on Scranton mlttmen playing a promi nent role in the activities. Frankie McAndrews, 125 - pound mite from West Scranton and brother of the former Penn State boxing cap tain and intercollegiate champions Marty and Johnny helped Ptnn State to continue on Its victorious oath by drumming out a decision over Sommers Dick, Army. And; Gorski, another Scranton bat tier, drew a bye. He will fight tomorrow in defense of his 165 - pound class title in behalf of Western Mary land. Gorski, former Scranton Tech nical High school football star, per formed at end for the areen Terrois on the gridiron for the past two sea' sons. Syracuse, which won the team title last vear. was virtually eliminated from the tourney, as only three out of eight entries qualified for the semi finals. several of the forty - four boxers en tered in the tournament drew tyes along with Gorski and will compete tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow Tiiuhk when the tournament will close. The summaries of tonight's twelve bouts follow: The summary: 115 pounds Stewart Finer, Harvard, defeated Philip Norton, M. I. T.. decision. Bob Bennett, Western Maryland, defeated Asher Black, Syracuse, decision. 125 pounds Ben Solomon, Syracuse, defeated James Kunen, Harvard, decision. Francis McAndrews, Penn 6U!, defeated Sommera Dick, Army, decision. 135 pounds Larry Crampton, Harvard, defeated Rodney Haynea, Western Maryland, decision. Walter lar - maiee, rrmuewju, daeke, Syracuse, decision. 145 - pound class Frank Goodman, Penn State, defeated John Brat!!. Harvard, decision. Charles Kadiy.. Western Maryland, defeated Sam Miles. Princeton, decision. Art Mc - Givern, Syracuse, defeated Nick Lef - tus, M. I. T., decision. 155 - pound class George Regan, Syracuse, defeated Jimmy Casale, 31. 1 T., decision. 175 - pound class Bernie Kaplan, Western Maryland, defeated Ray Jeffries, Syracuse, decision. Heavyweight Izzy Richter, Penn State, defeated Tiny Brown, Syracuse, decision. 155 pounds Lou RlUle, Penn State, defeated Peter Olney, Harvard, decision. 165 pounds Bill Smith, Harvard, defeated George Negroni, Syracuse, decision. 175 pounds John Sawchak, Penn State defeated Joe Brown, Harvard, decision. Tony Sala, Villanova, defeated Gordon Robertson, Harvard, decision. o Keystone Closes Court Season With Defeat The Scran ton - Keystone Junior College quintet closed it basketball season last night by bowing to the Wyoming seminary Junior Varsity quintet, 34 to 16, at La Plume. The game was a part of 0e program staged in honor of Sam Lilly yesterday at the' college. In the gymnasium exhibition between the schools, Daniel H. Thomas, Scranton athlete on the Keystone team, took first honors In the rope vault and the spring board Jump. KEYSTONE I WYOMINO SEMINARY fh f 1 to' fb ft tP Yowif.fd Phll'Joatd J.Decker.M Alken.fd Whlte.c Seaman. id Yatkonet.id B Decker. id Barber.td 1 1 3 Schafer.fd 2 0 4 8' zim erman.id 1 11 0 Nnman.fd 0: Deersbv.t 1 Bond td 31 Outer) baaed. 1 Scheral.td 0' Palavccl.sd 0 2 Tt.l. 8 8 18 Total! 14 8 34 Referee: Mankel. Half - time score. 18 to 10, Wyoming leading. Yellow Jackets Gain Pine Brook Diadem The Yellow Jackets captured the basketball championship of Pine Brook by beating the Victors, 39 to 26. on the Swas Court. Joe Butkus, former Tech High star, was high scorer for the Yellow Jackets with eleven points. PINB BROOK I PINE BROOK VICTORS I YELLOW JACKETS lb II to' IB II 10 4 3 lllButkusfd 5 1 11 Doud.fd Boyton.fd McNIah.e Oonvrts.cd Evanco.id Jordon.td McOrew.td 1 I'Lecken.fd eon 0 3' Romanoskl.fd 10 8 0 0 Boki.fd SlKellv.o 0 OtKovaeh.fd 0 2' Orady.ed 1 0 3 see 1 0 1 4 0 8 10 4 1 Mann.id - 1 Total! ... 11 4 281 Totala 1 1 39 Referee: Haves. Half - time score. 24 to 10. Yellow Jacket leadini. Foule called on Victors. 3: on Yellow Jackets. I. Pittston Five Defeated By Old Forge Elites Danny Semenu's Old Forge Elites handed the Comerford Five of Pittston a 33 to 20 beating on St John's High School Court In Pittston. The Elites entered In the first class basketball tournament now in progress at Weston Field and will oppose the D., L. & W. qulntet In its first game. OLD T . COafERPORD FOROBT mi b ft to' fb ftts Baetek.fd Potter, fd Tomaaetti OhlMretU.141 Hemenia.id Mlnello.td llartttl.sd 3 8 7IReao.fd 3 2 8 1 7 J.Currv.fd 1 7 McOarrw.e 1 l! Kelly td 0 8 P.Ourrr.td 0 0! 0 3 1 1 1 1 3 lit Totals 13 1 SSI TnUt . . t 20 Referee: Xvanoskl. ftalf - tliM iun. 13 to 10, 014 Porge leading. MEADOW LAKE RIVALS TO PLAY The Meadow Lake All - Stars will meet their neighborhood rivals, the Meadow Lake Booster Juniors, tonight at 8 o'clock on St. John's court In Nativity. ANDY GORSKI Mid - VaUey Led By Carbondale Price, Dreslinski Gain Individual Honors in League Matches Sweeping its series with Simon's Men's shop while the Roma Restau rant was losing two games, Carbondale Recreation has taken undisputed pos session of first place in the Mid - Valley Bowling League. Russell Price, of the leaders, topped the individual maple - crashers with a 277, while Stanley Dreslinski, of the Eagler Dry Cleaners, bunched games of 245, 235 and 214 to top the field for three games with a total of 694. SIMON'S KEN'S CARBONDALE SHOP RBRRBATIOK Sl'onc'ni 211 2U 1M Weed IS? lis 179: Armas'nl 183 163 iMEdmunda M3 lit aon TrameM 190 187 170Ludwl 1SS 220 lt Lucfl 223 1 87 J0 Price 173 377 19 Matti 164 187 U2acta'ta'ber 193 188 171 Totals 870 90 89S Total 926 10M (421 BBLMONT SERVICE! POMPEY COAL STATION CO. Varco 17 178 29 Paclottl 175 188 191 Shope 148 180 1431 Artoigi - nl 181147 169 Von Beck 181 189 166 Seraiine 15 188 157 Lantan 119 148 179' Artiel'nl SM 5t lot Savage 177 333 1821 Taramelll 212 21 190 Totals 871 04 939 Totals 934 902 890 WADTWRIOHTS I .OARBOhDALB RDO BEER GARDEN CO. NO. 1 Patten 148 181 155 Brltton 14 188 182 Coatea 158 201 190! Prymm 187 198 187 Evans 172 200 335 Christian 181 139 182 Ferguson 174 13 189 nclrr 1M lot M Ferguson 170 186 1881 Brlckeni 175 180 175 Totals 822 960 917 ToUls 847 (28 M TOWERS RECREATION RQMA Z - noski 151 118 201 Taylor 147 187 167 Bobehek 148 ... 188 192 192 19 187 ITS 13 180 178 183 150 omun io i 194 Taney Zimmie 194 116 1S Polluh Bentham 147 1S3 110' Kowalskl Zimmie 190 184 215 Polo J Ttotalj 868 799 893 1 Totals 840 887 M CARBONDALE RDC. CO. NO. 1 STANDARD Pascoe 183 199 190 Smola 231 183 157 Scaizo 134 153 203 S. Evans 173 183 18 158 303 ISO. 158 1S9 183 312 184 1M Olgliotti 171 177 1631 Leek Baker 192 103 1701 Hopkins Grazlano 203 215 161 Swindle Totals 883 937 887 Totals 919 880 834 ANTHRACITE NtX' EAGLE DRY LABORATORY CLEANERS Roshak 139 180 173iBrownln( 171 158 143 Towers 144 197 138! O. Eley 188 137 188 Blank 150 150 ISO S'nderson 171 188 133 Lenn 181 210 330' R. Hey 178 151 142 Davit 201 195 187 D'sllnskl 245 334 214 Total! 81 813 666 Totals 930 (88 789 Electrics Lace Records In Key Club League The Scranton Electric team gained in the Key Club Bowling League race by taking four points from the American Record squad. Yerke, of Adolph'S team and Colvin, of the Scranton Electric team, were high for one game with scores of 225 each. . D L I SCOTT'S BEST if, I, ' ? J!1 J" Manjey 135 188 158 M'Don'l Rnuiw lot J3U Blank 130 ISO 130 183 17 ISO 175 148 134'Lally 199 198 204 Blank 180 178 183 Smith Nve Wllcorn 130 180 175 188 ... 183 171 I Lewie. Jr. . 1 Totals 398 820 S7ll Totals 737 813 SOS AMERICAN 1 SCRANTON RECORD I ELECTRIC Oh'rn'ck 138 87 129'Btuh 188 190 177 Chealck 149 178 308' Colvin 158 193 225 O'nrm'n 141 163 143 Warwick 204 183 147 Pensak 123 188 143 Lewis 148 154 173 Roodel 178 184 13 Schroed'f 183 181 ISO - I Totala 728 788 7841 Total 039 881 171 ADOLPH'S I STATE Verke 191 .193 823' J.Kelil't 188 184 173 iu in a item 1 214 310 ISS'Mallo 154 181 152' Mar 151 307 171!Wlrtk'ki 144 178 173 Petro J Hasen Crooks 136 194 131 131 178 192 138 161 111 Tota! 893 938 892' Totals 735 898 778 Hockey. Game Slated The Dundell Hockey Club will engage the Scranton Blue Eagles in a roller - skating hockey game in the Watres Armory tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Manager Andrew J. Crlsco has called practice for his Dundell outfit for this afternoon at 2:15 o'clock at the armory. Sport Merry - Go - Round Horse racing In Pennsylvania under strict supervision by the state govern ment is urged by Joseph M. McOraw, presiding Judge of the Grand Circuit, the "Big League" of harness r acini Mcuraw - s uiree big points are: many persons would receive employment at race tracks; illegal betting would be abolished; fair associations that face financial troubles could wipe out de ficits through legalised betting at fair ground tracks . . . Joe Skladany, Laruviiie football star and former captain and All - American end at Pittsburgh, has signed to captain the Pittsburgh National League professional football team next season Joe Bach, who quit his Job as coach at Duquesne, to take over the Pirates, said of Skladany, '1 expect Joe to be the inspired leader he was at Pitt." . . . Tom Mowry, the Braves' $45,000 outfield Investment is getting plenty of instruction from Pilot Bill Mc - Kechnie Mowry has been around long enough to be ranked as a veteran but he has yet to make the grade McKechnle needs him as Babe Ruth's understudy . . . Although the oerman public is keen to have , The Bureau of Recreation will eon duct it eighth annual boxing tourna. ment early next month at Weston Field, It was announced yesterday by Robert B. Dixon, superintendent of the bureau, upon confirmation of the dates from Eddie McCloskey, chairman of the state boxolng commis sion. The tournament, considered the outstanding amateur boxing program in' Northeastern Pennsylvania, win open on Tuesday night, April 2, with the semi - finals scheduled for Thursday night, April 11. With nearly all of last year's champions ineligible to compete In amateur ranks this year, many novices are expected to enter. With this condition existing, boys with no previous tournament experience have good chances of winning coveted titles In each division. Dixon also announced that all boxers desiring to train at Weston Field are Invited to use all the facilities at the Providence Road center. The gym' and showers will be open for use along with the boxing equipment. Entries Claw April 1 Entries for the tournament will close on Monday, April l. The entry blanks will be. available early next week and may be secured at Tom Tayolr'a, Wallace and Cook's and Weston Field. The following divisions are open: Flyweight, 112 pounds and under; bantamweight, 118 pounds and un - de; featherweight, 126 pounds and under; lightweight, 135 pounds and under; welterweight, 147 pounds and under; middleweight, 160 pounds and under; light heavyweight, 175 pounds and under; heavyweight over 175 pounds. The awarding of a team trophy which proved very popular last year will be continued for the tournament this year. This trophy is awarded to the athletic club securing the larg est number of points made by boys representing the club. Five points Burns Tops Keglers In Bulls Head Wheel With a 187 average In 30 league matches, Burns, star Kegler of the Chapin Lumber team, is leading the average race In the Bulls Head Bowling League, stanvitch, of the second place Stanley Davis team, is in the runnerup position with a 180 mark. Adam Martin's Milk team is out front in the pennant race with a four - point lead over Stanley Davis' outfit. The North End Top squad ranks third. aeet Bps Stks Ave 135 116 187 132 116 180 143 105 179 136 10S 178 138 101 179 114 130 178 144 8 174 138 87 173 107 111 173 133 104 173 135 102 173 113 88 173 147 . S3 171 132 r St 170 134 96 170 135 S6 149 133 93 188 114 104 147 138 90 13 90 78 185 129 90 184 137 (A 181 131 71 158 100 89 168 98 01 158 138 66 157 117 70 154 117 70 134 133 70 133 93 59 133 tas Won Lost Pts ..31 t 28 ..19 11 24 ,.16 15 30 ..13 17 19 ..13 17 17 .. t 31 12 Onu Burns 30 Stanvitch 30 Powell 30 W. Klsthart ...30 Oaetane 30 McOeever 30 J. Ruane 30 Muekett 30 ' Norton 30 Anflin 30 Robinson ,..,,,30 Devlne 37 Ooffer 30 Kulp 30 Thomas 30 Duffy 30 Redham 30 T. Ruane 30 Barrett 30 Kane 24 Reial 30 Pins seos 5398 5384 5988 535 5352 5305 5188 5187 5170 5173 468 sue 5090 1090 5025 5001 4958 3948 480 4M3 4770 47M 3795 4700 4422 4822 . Renda 30 O'Hara 30 Caddea 30 sack 34 Prenchle 30 Rebner 30 Turds 30 Sweeney 30 4584 sees P. KieUiart ....24 Staadlne of Adam Martin's Milk North End Top Ohapln Lumber . Archer's B. O. . Bucktown Lassies Face Port Chester The undefeated Bucktown A. A. las sies will meet the Port Chester, N. Y., Girls' team and th Dunmore Aggies wm oppose the Port Chester Boys' team in a double attraction tomor row night - at Washington Hall, Dunmore. The girls' game will go on first and will start at 8 o'clock. The Buck - towners will be handicaped without the services of VI Farrow, star forward and high scorer, who Is ill with an attack of grip? The boys' game will start at 9 o'clock. Y.M.CA.Teams to Clash Forty - five athletes from the Scranton Y. M. 0. A. will Journey to Allen - town this afternoon to engage the Y. M. C. A. teams of that city In a series of five sport events tonight. . Max Beer defend his title against Max Schmelinf In Berlin, the Nails dislike to ballyhoo the match his quoted remark that "every punch in the eye I give Schmellng Is one for Adolph Hitler" still rankles the Nisi however, the Nazis figure the bout would be a good boost for the 1930 Olympics besides helping the government's campaign to interest every German In sports . . . Not the least interesting of baseball comebacks this Spring tt that which Larry Benton, the 38 - year - old righthander, is attempting with the New York Giants Benton has pitched six innings of scoreless exhibition ball so far, allowing only four hits . . . George Selkirk Is being groomed by the Yankees to nil as much of Babe Ruth's big shoes as he can Selkirk Is not only the leading candidate for right field, but also It tentatively picked for the Babe's No. 8 spot in the batting order . . . Gregory 8. Mangln, foremost indoor tennis player, declares that "you cant play tennis that is, good tennis and keep your Job, too" Mangln worked in a brokerage house more than a year ago and almost ruined his IMM.es . .1 are awarded for each boy entering the tournament, fifteen points for each champion and ten points for each runner - up. Last year the trophy was won by St. Anthony's of Dunmore. Individual trophies are awarded the champion In each division and also to the runner up. Those boys who win the trophies have the choice of a boxing statue or an order for any goods equivalent to the purchase price of the trophy. This policy was started by the bureau three years ago and it has been found that the boys are evenly divided in their selection of the boxing statue or the order. Y.MrC.A.Quint Enters Tourney Cagers to Take Part in Gaines at Harrisburg The Y. M. C. A. Physical Education Department voted at its Spring meeting last night to send the "Y" basketball team to the state tourna ment in Harrisburg next Saturday. If the local team Is successful In winning this tournament, It will be entered In the International championships at Williamsport next month. Plans for Spring activities and reports for the Winter season were made at the meeting. The wrestling club reported that its season will close next week at the district tournament in Hazleton. The swimming team will also end its season next week with th Northeastern Pennsylvania championships at Wilkes - Barre next Saturday. Tommy Howard announced that special training for soft ball players will start In the near future and that Y. M. C. A. league and varsity team will be organized again this year. Bob Yewens announced that the Volley Ball Association and the Bureau of Recreation will sponsor a volley ball tournament beginning Wednesday. Plans were made for the annual ree ognltlon dinner which will be held Thursday, May 9. Attorney James K Peck will be the general chairman Tommy Loughran will be invited to speak. Fox's Silvers Bolster Position in Travelers Fox's Slivers bolstered their standing in the Eastern Travelers' Bowling League by taking four points from Rzonckl's Printers In matches rolled this week. Bean's Morticians was the only other four point winner in matches this week. Bean's team took all three matches from Lewert's Horse feathers. LIWIRTS I BEAN'S HORSETIATKIRfl I MORTICIANS Zurcher 191 162 lfll Wlrth 161 182 144 Snow 127 152 140 SS'hn'der 117 144 139 P.Lewert 133 136 1 381 Bean 189 158 154 Blank 130 130 130 Schneider 163 163 170 CMS 144 17S 179: Stackel 145 156 ISO Totals 734 7S7 74S! Totals 775 774 797 SCHEtTERS I MARQUARDTS GEARS I BOY SCOUTS Scheuer 138 164 148 M'auardt 153 133 174 Nelmeyer 156 168 143 Maler 130 113 198 scnuman iw ni iso buhic 130 130 130 Neufc 151 186 167lDr.Lewrt 194 161 138 arci iock 143 io U3 stone 180 172 ltl Totals 737 829 7881 Totals 767 897 831 SOHAUERS I WALPORD'S KOT RATES DVVAMna n.S'ha'ts 136 149 180' Motcbm'n 192 168 163 Blank 130 130 130'Saar 111 180 131 W.S'h'ti 185 US 168 Wal ford H'kelm'n 167 173 171 Huetter Scbauer 180 163 173 Bver 130 163 133 160 153 153 144 158 184 Totals 758 762 803' Totals 727 610 783 LEWERTS I VARQUARDTS KILOWATTS ' PIONEERS Dletiick 187 187 HtlRowe 188 173 177 Strop 110 154 1 90 Schneider 176 156 125 MUberc'r 181 134 337' Blank 130 130 130 i.Lewert 151 173 l45Leneer 213 333 204 Armbruat 160 152 144'M'ouardt 138 184 166 Totals 759 770 834' Totals S44 874 804 SCHNEIDER'S DRUMMERS I BISSCLL'B CHISELERS PTuehan 141 145 202 Ent1e 189 174 lit Harris 127 141 1231 Bknk Hahn lit 147 145 Hill S:hne!d'riai 147 180'Blseell Umpbred 177 311 169' Delter 130 130 130 146 145 136 181 163 136 192 148 144 Totalt 725 783 8161 Totala 800 741 761 FOX'S I . RZONCKI'S SLIVERS I PRINTERS Mallerv 187 308 179' Plieher 130 142 123 Fox its lftl 135 piedmont 130 130 1 301 Blank 134 163 144 Plekus 206 135 137 Fetter 156 203 145 130 130 130 193 163 147 158 134 167 Blank Neelv Hacker - I Totalt t08 777 715' ToUlt 767 772 702 Peuser Shows Way In Patriotic League With Peuser leading the way, the A. It M. Typewriter Service team added three more points to Its total In the Patriotic League by beating the Jr. 0. O. A. M. bowlers In two out of their three league matches. Peuser was high man for three games with a 574 total. JR. O. U. A. M. I A S; M TYPEWRITER I SERVICE Kelfer 124 177 ltl Allen lit 15 111 Williams 170 170 206 Dorr 123 132 144 Klelna'dt 143 1 43 1 31 Bartolll - 193 147 ltl ro tbm'nlW 304 173 Scholia 161 152 190 Kicnaroa ut its 183 Peuser sot 178 197 Totalt 738 153 tttl Totalt Itt 762 900 BEARS ROEBUCK M WOODLAWN . COMPANY I ORAOI "A" Tallow 117 1ST lMILXauff 186 164 172 J.Bon'trt 171 16t l4)P.O'hm'n 141 234 142 Biani no iso iwibepo 188 300 164 C.O'hm'nlll 114 206 Blank 130 136 1M H Bon'ert 196 124 175 Baldo Blank 111 137 10 Totals ,t47 778 7971 Totals S60 976 731 Taylor Falcons Defy Rivals in Dunmore The Taylor Falcon basketball team has hurled a challenge at St. Michael's team of Dunmore for a game to determine the Fifth Falcon District. The teams have split even In a pair of games played this season. Other teams challenged by the Falcons include the Lithuanian A. C. and St. John's T. A. B. Games can be arranged by calling Taylor 8088 and asking for Bosky. 'fill lfilti) y - l " I r:: tri rms ;.. M I - : , m - Am ' : mm I ... " Campaign Ending In County League Simpson and Old Forge To Oose Season The managers and officials of the County Professional Basketball League will meet on Monday night at the Hotel Cosmopolitan, Cedar Avenue and East Elm Street, and discuss plans for the league tournament to start next week. The session will start at 8 o'clock with the president, Cyril Mc - Ginls, presiding. Attending the confab will be: Ralph Chase, Old Forge; Edward Gallagher. Providence; John Zurlne, Simpson; Walter A. Yanovlch and Paul Slick, Forest City; M. J. Dean and Howard Dougher, Archbald, and Peter Har - bilas, Carbondale. The following icf - erees will also attend: Patrick "Red" Padden, Harold Walsh, Malcolm "Cork" Wheeler, and Joseph Serafln. The regular league season will close tomorrow night when Old Forge will encounter Simpson at Holy Trinity Hall, Simpson. Harold Walsh will referee. Standing of Teams Won Lost Pet. M2 .m .328 .4u .400 .30C Old Forge ........... 13 Providence Roses .... 13 Simpson Collegians ., 10 Forest City L.J.R. .... 9 Archbald 8 Carbondale 8 8 7 9 11 13 14 DeSotos Increase Lead In Taylor Pin League The De Soto team held onto Its lead in St. Paul's Bowling League of Taylor by taking four points from the Victory Six and Increased its total to thirty points. The Ford bowlers took four points from the Packard team to remain in second position, two points in back of the leader. The league will meet on Monday night at 9 o'clock. PLYMOUTH I PLYINO CLOUD Strein 167 207 143f W.Scnield 144 146 180 Williams 138 112 169l O.Stumo lit 101 111 Fischer 134 126 173 Weis'lluh 147 137 156 J.Davis 176 124 167lZumback 111 161 155 Dibbs 179 173 201' Blank 140 140 140 Totals 794 742 1501 Totals 140 711 744 VICTORY SIX DE BOTO Blank Blank Blank Blank Blaus Hot set O.Combt 140 S.Allln 168 178 138 140 140 ...lA.fltumo 133 ... 140 140 140 1401 H.Horter 173 136 140 140 HO T. Brown 141 161 133 140 140 140' W.OleaVn 180 168 301 ... 169 135! R.T.Davie .. 138 147 130 Totals 700 729 6751 Totals 784 772 769 FORD I PACKARD Samaon 170 16t 197 Roaohe 139 157 176 Orlfftths 176 164 1 58' Blank Kelfer 201 158 ...'Blank 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 140 Oaoo 171 ltl 192' Blink 117 ... 150' Purer ... 117 151 Blank J.Davit ataatars 141 144 140 - I Totalt 887 170 t5tl Totalt 7O0 721 736 CHRYSLER I PAIOB A.Btelner 176 134 1711 W.Ws'fl'h 173 136 143 R.S'herer 117 184 179' O.W'I'fl'h 166 167 168 Oardula 137 167 l63!J.Buleer 138 131 141 J.Stumo 137 146 149 Hildebr'd 165 192 197H.WelM 147 206 161 160 198 141 WOW Totals 751 823 8391 Totalt 783 817 751 De Soto Ford Plymouth Pain Chrvsler , Flvtrur Oloud 13 Vlotorv Six 13 Packard I SajoGreca Courtmen Wallop Honesdale Five The Sajo - Oreco quintet handed the Honesdale All Stars a 39 - 20 trimming on the Honesdale Catholic High School court. Mike Robersky and Billy Yevlts were the high scorers for the winners, while Perkins did the best work' for Honesdale. HONESDAUe I SAJO - ORDOA f fb t il ft fb t'l Perkins. fd Brtnnan.fd Decker.fd Weber.o Hlller.o 3 2 tuesso.M 1 3 t Petula.fd 2 1 8 2'W. Yevlts.e I 0 e 0! Roberskl.sd 7 0 0 0Buppr.td 1 1 t 2 Harlnda.gd t 1 2 1 t 1 7 1 It I 8 Turiet.td Houer.te Baccus.td i v ei Total ToUt 17 ttt Referee. score, 16 - 10. Sajo - orece leadlnf. PouU called oa Honesdale 7, on Sajo - Oreca 7. . ... smuii'wifiuHHi; Mu - un Smlth - Davldson; Marvine League P. ROACH'S I BELCH'S SXRVICI GROCERS BTATTriM Dawson ITS 183 123lRuak! 111 ISS 14i T Zimmie 174 161 185' Bernie 117 ltl 177 Stanley in ... U6 Lerty 168 179 166 P.Roaetl ... 316 177 P.Helali 141 117 ut J.Z:mmle 187 171 UlSmKh 180 174 176 BOSO ' MO 10S Totals 914 936 Totals 741 Itt 771 HOPKINS' I RADZWTLLAS - BROS. naval Blazer 303 171 171! A.Belch 211216 131 Hsstlntt lit 161 117' RosweU 171 176 ltl Koeater 161 ... 14J Phil lai m ue Lewis lit 161 ...lP.lm , la lal 1M Ravmond 210 164 1I2U,LM IN 111 111 MO! ... IV 148 Standing ef Teams Won Lost Fta 23 7 30 20 10 28 21 I 27 16 15 20 14 It 30 17 17 II It 21 i 0 8 Oj 1 4 20 Tetalt t4t iu titI Totals set tit let 1' A quintet of keglers from South Scranton, wearing the colors of the Crystal Soda Water Company, said nix to hooks and placed their dependence on straight halls in the A. B. C. tournament at Syracuse. The result was the Soda Water crew collected a total of 2,770 pins to top the delegation of fourteen local squads in the fiveman competition at the world bowling championships. Despite the competition from the nation's finest maple - crashers, the Soda Water bowlers are holding fifth place in the tournament thus far. Above is the Soda Water quintet seated,' left to right: Harold Shields and Howard Klelnschrodt; standing, left to right: Carl Bres - ser, team captain; William Evans and Jake Emig. St. John's Knots Kittens for Lead South Side Five Downs Neighborhood Rival St. John's High School team of South Scranton jumped into a tie with the St. Thomas "Kittens" for the lead' ership of the Catholic League last night by trouncing its neighborhood rival, St. Mary's High, on the latter's court, 24 to 21. The victory also entitled the Johnnies to the scholastic title of South Scranton. ' Playing before a capacity crowd, the Johnnies forged to the front in the closing minutes of play when Mike Kennedy, veteran guard, sunk a pair of goals In rapid fire order. Coach Joe Weir of the winners used only five players and all but Miller managed to score. f ST. JOHN'S I ST. MARY'S fb f i to! f b t t to Battle. fd Donovan.fd Mlller.c Kennedv.td Mlles.fd 2 2 S Snvder.fd 1 1 3! Barber.fd 0 tlB.Laliev.fd 4 2 10 Gannon 2 1 1 MuxDhv.td jB.Lahey.ad 2 I 6 10 2 1 0 2 S 1 1 0 2 0 1 I Totals I t 341 Totals .... t 6 21 Referees: Tompson and Padoen. Half - time score. 13 to 14, St. John's leadlns. Fouls called on St. John'. 12; on St. Mao's. 11. ST. ANN'S WINS St. Ann's High School team coached by Vince Laggon advanced to the top of the second division in the Catholic League race last night by trimming Holy Rosary, 23 to 19, on St. Mary's Court in North Scranton. HOLY ROSARY I ST. ANN'S lb It to lb ft to Norton .fd Robinson .fd Murphv.fd Oilbov.c Noone.ad Schoen.kd z 10 Mionseis.ra o l l i o 2 smith, fd 1 0 3 HiaeUie.e 1 1 5'Heenan.e 6 6 O'Mahon.id t 1 O'O'Oonnorjrt 3 4 0 2 0 13 0 0 e 4 Total .... I 7 191 Total 10 t 33 Referee: Morahan. Half - time score. 6 to 8. St. Ann's Seadlnfl. Foul sailed on Holy Rotary, 7: on St. Ann', 11. PILOTS CONNEIX A. C. Bill Heldlg was named manager of the Connell A. C. baseball team for the coming season. The team plans to enter one of the third class leagues operated by the Bureau of Recreation. W nPHT'TPlVriTlT fTTl TTKOTn ( ' A - SQUARE tgSTRAIGHT IIYE WHISKY M WHS?! II "; f - j Battle for Church Loop Flag Tonight South Side, Elm Park Fives to Clash . Hickory Street and Elm Park will meet on the Elm Park court tonight at 7:30 o'clock in a special playoff game to determine the first half championship of the East Side Church League. The two teams finished the first half race in a deadlock for the top position. The Hickory Street basketeers are on top in the second half race with an undefeated record in six league starts. With the second half schedule completed with the exception of several postponed games, the Jackson Street Baptist five is the only team with a possible chance of tielng the Hickory streeters. . Standing of Teams Won. Lost. Pet. Hickory Street 6 0 Jackson Street 4 1 Elm Park 4 2 Myrtle Street 2 5 Westminster 0 5 St. John's 2 5 1,000 .800 .667 .286 .000 .286 Lits and Owls Open Title Series Tonight Headlining tonight's basketball games at Weston Field is the first game of the series between the Lithuanian A. C. and St. Joseph's Owls for the first class', Lackawanna League championship. The Uts won the first half crown while the Owls were victorious in the second half race. The game will start at 9 o'clock with Paul Blue as the referee. The championship tussle will be preceded by two second class tournament games. At 7 o'clock the Penn State Extension School will meet the Lloyd Street Boosters while at 8 o'clock the Taylor Scholastics will meet the Oreen Ridge All Sports. Toddy Malakin will referee the first game while Jerry Thompson will handle the second. In third class tourney games yes terday afternoon at Weston Field, the Moxle A. C. nosed out the Throop Warrior Juniors, 23 - 22, and the Car bondale Leaders won from the Sacred Heart A. A., 21 - 17, after three extra periods of play. Kursha Calls Meeting Of First Class Teams Walter Kursha, Dickson City sportsman who is planning to operate several amateur baseball leagues during the coming season, urges the follow ing first class teams to be repre sented at a meeting tomorrow after noon at 2:30 o'clock at Turock's Hotel, Dickson City: Lincoln Heights, St. Anthony's, of Dunmore, St. Nicholas, of Jessup, Dickson Panthers. Oly - phant, Carbondale, Sacred Heart, Simpson and Meadow A. C. , IIBiBll" Manager Protests NEW YORK, March 15 UP). Prime) Camera, the massive Italian heavy, weight, moved a step nearer a otitis bout with Max Baer tonight by scoring a technical knockout over Ray Impellittiere, New York dreadnaught, in the ninth round of what was to have been a ten - round battle of giants in Madison Square Oarden. ' Jack Dempsey, the former heavy - weight king, who was refereelng stopped the bout after 38 seconds of the ninth had elapsed to save a frightened, bewildered and badly pummelled Impellittiere from further punishment. Simultaneously, Harry Lenny, manager of the Cold Springs giant, rushed into the ring to throw In the sponge. Impellittiere took a licking. Camera, a four to one favorite in the betting, li to be matched next with the winner of the Art Lasky - James J. Braddock fight next week. If he can hurdle this and then relegate Max Schmeling to the also - ran class, he will get an opportunity to regain his heavyweight crown in a championship go with Max Baer sometime during the outdoor season. Imp's Manager Protests After dragging the hopelessly beaten Impellittiere from the ring, Lenny complained bitterly that Dempsey had permitted Camera to' use every sort of foul blow in the boxing category and said this had much to do with Impelllttlere's failure to make a better showing. Dempsey took one round the fourth from Camera far a clout below the belt and cautioned the former champ on at least one occasion, but it was the opinion of experts at the ringside that Impelllttlere's lack of condition and ultra - cautiousness did more than anything else to bring about his downfall. The Associated Press score sheet gave Camera five of the nine rounds; Impellittiere, three one as the result of a low blow and called one even. The largest crowd of the Oarden season 16,695 customers paid $38, - 206.28 in gross receipts for the privilege of watching the pachyderms do their stuff. Although obviously not in the best of condition fat around the middle and easily tired Impellittiere threatened to make a fight of It for the first five rounds. There were no knockdowns. Car nero weighed 268 and Impellittiere, 258 'i. In an eight - round semifinal which followed the main go, Abe Feldman, New York, outslugged Steve Dudas, Edgewater, N. J., to win the rubber match of their series. Each previously had registered a victory. Dudas weighed 182'i, Feldman 181H. - Cage Tourney Closes At Hawley Tonight The championship of the eighth annual Invitation basketball tourney sponsored by the Kawley - Lake Wallen - paupack Chamber of Commerce will be at stake tonight on the Hawley High School court where Milford High engages the Narrowsburg, N. Y., High School quintet, the defending champion of the tourney. Play will start at 9 o'clock with Mite Ward and Dave Phillips officiating. The two teams got by the preliminary rounds of the tourney last week in impressive fashion and are both primed for victory. During the past season the trails of the two teams crossed twice and each team came through with a victory on itt home court. With tonight's tussle on a neutral court, no favorite has been established. Following the game the tourney trophy will be awarded the winning team. The presentation will be made by Jack Harding, coach of athletics at St. Thomas College. Police Bowlers Lose Still In the midst of a late season slump, the scranton Policemen's bowling team was defeated in two out of three games by the Capitol Bar and Drill plnmen. Evans, of the Capitol outfit, was high man for one game and three games. SCRANTON CAPITOL - POLICE BAR and ORILL E.Evans 164 163 303! Burn 171 141 - 304 Jones 168 161 l7ILnovltS 160 166 166 303 142 204 Pome 141 Its 181 184 Evan 213 311 356 170 156 18l O'Brien 161 211 311 ICun'chatn ... 217 1ST Henrr Ferry Jane Total 913 138 83JI Totals 688 177 164 mm

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