The Mercury from Pottstown, Pennsylvania on March 17, 1936 · Page 8
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TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1936 POTTSTOWN MERCURY, POTTSTOWN, PA. Phone 2263 PAGE NINE Need For More Punch May Bring Back Klein To Phils Quakers May Give Cubs Davis For Outfielder TODAYS' Wilson Figures He Wants Hitters; Says He Has Enough Pitchers PHILADELPHIA, March 16 i/P) — The need for more kick in the Phillies’ batting punch has started the talk of a Chuck Klein for Curt Davis deal with the Chicago Cubs again. Weeks ago the rumor was around the Phils wanted their old slugger back, and were willing to part with their top hurler to get him. Now that the training sessions have displayed a noticeable lack of long dUsance clubbing, baseball circles are again talking of trade possibilities. From the Winter Haven training base in Florida, comes Manager Jimmy Wilson’s wall: ‘‘I’ve got plenty of pitching, real pitching. What worries me is hitting. If we hit, we’ll go place*.” During the previous discussions on such a trade, the Phils turned down one proposition, because they believed Davis was worth more to them than the terms offered. How the situation stands now is net known, but is readily agreed that to obtain Kleins return. Wilson would have to part with Davis. Despite that, he believes the rest of his mound brigade—including Bucky Walters, Orville Jorgens. Hal Kelle- hcr, Joe Bowman and Syl Johnson —is good and indicates he can afford to lose Davis to get Klein and possibly another twirler in return. The Phils and Cubs meet at Winter Haven later in the month, and the baseball writing boys are keeping their eyes peeled on that get- together for possible business dealings. Training Camp Gossip (Continued from Page Eight) Selections Bv THOMAS H. NOONE (United Press Racing Editor) One Best: My Auntie. Best Longshot: All Tol. Best Parlay: Midas & Pumic Stone. TROPICAL PARK -GUILDER, Dixie Princess, St. Mick 2—Rcgula Baddun. Zulu Lad. Scotch Queen 3—Zowte Inflame, Jacksnipe 4—Grey Shot, Sis Royal, Maestrom 5—Sir Quest. Below Zero, Dusty Dawn 6—Hadtobe. Fervid. Sleek 7—Late Date, Col. Greene, Hogans Fox OAKLAWN PARK 1—M’Li&se. Reich Tetrarch, Jerdan 2—Midas. Front Fender, Capt, Yarbrough 3—PlaymasUr, Die Hard, Pat C 4—Ramrod. Sunned, Jad&an 5—MY AUNTIE, Bright and Early, Understand 6—Racketeer, Axtel. Bethlehem Star 7—All Toi, Aubumdale, Prince Ballot 8—Mae, Gentleman, Misty Dawn FAIR GROUNDS 1—Ann Joy. Erb, Quick Vine 2—Pumice Stone, Count Cotton, Elanac 3—English Manners, Axomls, Busy Lad 4—Our Justice, Saint, Lotta Airs 5—Baboo. Lady Lamame, Jim Ned 6—BIFF, Woodlander, Sir Michael 7 —Flrema.sk, Claflag. Ogee 8—Sam Alexander, Foxland Hall. Beckvllle. Highest Scorer ERNIE DUSEK WRESTLES VIC CHRISTY IN READING CIUCK KLEIN hands of the Cincinnati Reds and the St. Louis Cardinals. Aided by Lovill Dean’s triple with two on, the A's scored three runs In the first inning, then went on to win behind the four-hit pitching of Herman Fink, Woody Upchurch and A1 Veach, three rookies. GIANTS BLANK NAVY TOSSERS BY 5-0 PENSACOLA. Fla., March 16 </P) — Using second string players the last six innings, the New York Giants easily defeated the U. S. Naval Air Station team, 5-0, in an exhibition game today. Bill JefTocat and Tom Ferrick, a pair of rookies, limited the fliers to five hits and were aided by seven errors. A1 Smith and John Leonardo of the Giants pitched for the fliers and held their teammates to nine hits. ARIZMENDI HELD TO DRAW BY BAKER NEW YORK. March 16 (vP)— Alberto (Babyj Arizmendi, New York State featherweight champion, tonight was held to a ten-round draw by Phil Baker, Norwalk, Conn., 1 h the feature bout of a program at the St. Nicholas arena. Both fighters weighed 131 S. Baker, who was floored for no count in the fourth round, refused to give ground and held even in numerous exchanges of right and left hand punches. CITY AVERAGES 63 SO 55 33 so 60 36 63 Game* 1 — H. Kretz (Mi ................. 63 2—K. Hau<-feann (Eagles) 3—R. Hatfield i Eagles) ., 4—H. Bergey (Ml ............... 5—-G. Lessig (Elks) .......... 6—D. Hamer (Owl*) .... 7~*S. Bay us (Jed.) .......... 8—E. Narvel (Eagles) .... 9—W. Wentzel (Y) ........... 10—F. Witmyer (M> ...... 63 11—...........J, Malln (Yl ...... 45 12—E. Dengler (Owls) .... 6 13—R. Beltmann <Y) ........ 63 14 —R. Greiner «Elks) .... 63 15—G. Skean (Elks) ...... 63 16—E Keck (Y) ................... 60 17—L. Mauger (Eagles) ... 12 ia—H. Nettles (Y) ............... 57 19—S. Smith (D) ................. 44 20—.M Sell (Eagles) .......... 57 21—K. Fryer (Owls) .......... 47 22—L. Seeders (Elks) ........ 48 LOUC.HRAN IS VICTOR BRISTOL, Eng., March 16 OP)— Tommy Loughran, veteran Philadelphia heavyweight, outpointed Jack London in a ten-round bout tonight. Additional police protection will be necessary when Ernie Dusek. wild and wooly Nebraskan, climbs through the ropes to battle Vic Christy, popular youne California title contender, in Ray Fabiani's headline grappling attraction in the Reading Armory tonight. Fearing a near-riot when the pair clash, Bert Bertolini, Fabiani’s assistant, ordered a score of blue- boats to be on hand to protect the spectators as well as the capable Christy. Ernie and the Californian waged a rioting encounter in Reading the past year with Dusek declared the winner after he battered Christy into submission with all types of foul methods. Ernie was hustled to his dressing room, surrounded by a half-dozeq officers of the law after the capacity throng threatened to mob the Nebraskan. Christy completely mastered Dusek until the sudden finish when Ernie unleashed a pile- driving rough-house attack to smash the Californian to the canvas. Norman (Rusty) Westcoatt of Hawaii is slated to battle Freddie (Legs) Grubmier in the 45-minute semi-final, while Vince Zisak encounters Jimmy Wallis of Boston NORCO QUINTET PLAYS FINALE AT AMITYVILLE Lafayette Suspends Classes To Welcome Ernie Nevers As Head Football Coach Red Raiders Seek Sixth Victory of Campaign Against Berks Tossers Former Stanford Star Hold Three-Week Spring Training Practice Arnold Bryan Running up 207 points for Louisiana State university, Arnold Bryan is champion individual scorer of the Southeastern conference. His 75 field goals and 51 free throws constitute a new record, surpassing a mark of 197 set two years ago by Malcolm Wade, also of L. S. U. The Norcas reach the end of the road tonight when they face Amity high in a twin bill at Amityville. Girls’ teams of the two schools play preliminary at 7:30 o’clock. The Red Raiders took a fall out of the Amity dribblers, of the Centra! division of the Berks county league, the past Friday but the Berks quintet is out for revenge. Coach Gyp Sterner’s minions have won but five of 15 starts this season, but they hope to wind up the campaign with a triumph. If they do they’ll finish as they started— with a victory over a Berks county league team. The locals topped West Reading in the initial fray the past December. Four Regulars Done Four of the Norco regulars, Captain Ken Tyson. Bill Bell, Don < Ace> Fox and Ralph Favinger, will be playing their final for the Chester county school. Fox and Tyson have been stalwarts of Norco athletic teams the i past two years while Fox, one of ! the greatest halfbacks ever devel- ! oped at Norco, played four years of j varsity football. BETHANY SEEKS WIN AFTER TWO DEFEATS and Tom Alley, popular Australian heavyweight king, takes on Walter Underhill of Indiana in preliminaries. FEW WOMEN IN ALASKA The male population of Dawson, Alaska, outnumbers the female population ten to one. Efforts are being made to induce more women to come to the Yukon territory. After two straight defeats, their longest losing streak of the season, Bethany's dribblers hope* to hop on the victory express tonight when they face Lincoln Underwear of the Industrial league at 7:30 o’clock in the Bethany gym. All Bethany players are requested to report promptly. The locals, managed by Ed Johnson have won 19 games and lost four. EXHIBITION BASEBALL Athletics 4, House of David 0. Boston (N) 5, Detroit 4. New York (N) 5, U.S. Naval Station 0 St. Louis (N) 9, Brooklyn 3. AGAIN WE SAY I0OKATAILTHREE! 23—H. Groff (Eagle#) 42 25 36 51 51 12 24—R. Kelm (D( .......... 25—S. Hanley (Eagles) 2«—A Volas (D) ............. 27—H. Creswell <Y) .. 2a—O. Keller (Eagle#) 29—C. Dettra (Owls) ..............63 30—.E. Stuillet <D) ..................63 31—-W. Yerger (Ml ..................35 32—D. Rohrbach iM) .... 62 33—L. Bough ter (M) ..............63 34—D. Nichols (Elks) ..............45 35— a. Boughter (Jed) ... 63 36—O. Koreti (Jed.) ................37 37—H. Klink (V.C) ..................35 38—J. Ouest (Legion» .... 60 39—A. Erb (Legion) ................51 40—P. Glmont iHT) .... 41—E. HeU (Owl#) ............. 42—J. Hotter (Owl*) ........... 43—O. McLain (D) ............. 44—H. Sutcliffe <Y) ........... 45—R. Gadwalader < Leg > 46— M. Boughter <D) .... 47— Ft. Gue«t ( Legion» ... 48 -A. Berthold (V.C.) ... 49- tl. Relchelderfer (VC» 50 R. Lougatier (Elks) 51—N. Miller (Legion» ... 52— .F. Howell (Jed ) ........... 53— R. Hea -holt/ t legion» 54 -J. Miako (H.T.) ........... 55- D Miller (V.C.» ...... 56 -J. 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Don't buy any ctr until you do this ... uutil you drive this beautiful, new Plymouth... and see the extra value it offers for a few dollars’ difference. It handle» and rides easiest... more comfortably ,,. has extra room. Plymouth is America’s most economical f ull-size car... owners report 18 to 24 miles per gallon! I t’s t he only one of “All Three” with W)% hydraulic brakes and Safety-Steel l*ody. And you will ace at a glance it’s the most l>eautiful. Plymouth's sensational success has been won on this friendly, fair invitation: “Kook at All Three.” It must be a great cur. All right... *«*e a Plymouth dealer, get behind the wheel, an«! find out for yourself 1 PLYMOUTH DEALERS OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY T EASTON. March 16 (¿P) — Lafayette’s campus went wild today with the arrival of the new football coaching regime, headed by husky Ernie Nevers. Clasess were suspended to greet I the blonde gridman from the Pacific coast in his first head-coaching assignment. A parade swept the city's streets and undergraduates were visioning Nevers at the helm of a triumphant Maroon return to its “Big Time” position of other years. Ernie stayed with the festivities only long enough to receive the of- flcial welcome. Then he formally began the Spring practice sessions. The former Stanford fullbacking great, succeeding the resigned Herb McCracken, brought with him Mike Michalske, one-time Penn State ace. Mike will be first assistant during the Spring sessions, and may be signed to aid Nevers in the Fall. In addition, there is the crack freshman coach, Charley Soleau, who turned out, with the help of Charley Nesi, one of Lafayette’s best plebe outfits last Pall. Nevers was obviously pleased with the looks of the 50-man squad- biggest for the Maroon Spring turnout in recent years. The Spring sessions have been Maroon Students Vision Return to Big-Time Grids as Newcomer Takes Command ERNIE NEVERS going on for two weeks under the leadership of Soleau and Nesi. Nevers will continue them for another three weeks, instilling the Warner tactics he learned under the veteran “Pop” while at Stanford. Then Ernie will disband the squad, and probably turn his attention to assisting the weight men of the track team— a sport in which he also shone at Stanford. The Fall footbar practice call is set for September 8, when Nevers wili begin to get ready for one of the toughest Lafayette schedules in years, including clashes with Penn’s veterans, the sturdy Colgate forces, N Y. U., Washington and Jefferson, and tTie traditional foes from Lehigt). PENN VS. GEORGETOWN PHILADELPHIA. March 16 (VP}— The University of Pennsylvania an* nounced today resumption of football relations with Georgetown university in 1937, after a lapse of 13 year.*. The game, fourth in a series that dates back to 1893, will be played on Franklin field October 2. 1937. Pennsylvania came out on top in the three previous engagements— 1893, 1894 and 1924. The present Georgetown coach, John Haggerty, played in rhe 1924 game, which Penn won, 3-0. If you need advice about love problems, write Virginia Lee at The Merrury. Her column will give yoe much entertainment and advice. ^ollc^yorje BOCK On Draught - In Buttles - In KMÜÜ2 Cana A fine and mellow Bock Beer that each year heralds the coming of Spring. Brewed in the good, old-fashioned way, as only Scheidt knows how to brew it. 4DAM St.HElDT BREWING CO. Norristown, P«. IN BOYERTOWN Clarence Rader Readme A vat IMwne 179 IN POTTSTOWN S. Paul Seeders 745 Charlotte St. Phon* %>\-.1

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