The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on November 23, 1949 · Page 14
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High-Score Tilts Predominate in Lawler Pin Loops ROD AND GUN LITTLESPORT ByRo uion MOVING AROUND By RALPH TROST High Tides for Eagle Anglers High games continue to pre Honrs era firm ft Eastern Standard Turn) dominate in the Lawler leagues . . . The Brooklyn Banks circuit, for example, came up with no Flrt Ulead Ulead I I let I aVtttttrt 1 P.M. A.M. P.M. A. Maattuk t BarMta tmty Haak A.M. P.M. Bedntsdty. Voe. IS :. 14.lt Thuridu. Ktv. !4 16 40 11:1$ Friday. Not. IS 11 M Noon la Ptl at M. P.M. PsttllU lay laiei A.M. P.M. t:M l- 1:M II 58 11:14 11:52 Xaen II W 11:4 UN -A M. P.M. A.M. P.M. 1:24 1 sJ in til t:l Iff 4 21 f-t 5 11 111 11 : 10 .15 It SO la s u ir 12 4 11:15 lt 111 IS ItT 1 :l)g I ( 55 10 la It 31 11 :3 11:T Woen less than six the other night . . The way was shown by SadoW' alurday, No. 2 12 rl2 12:27 11:52 Noon 12:42 12 II Sunday. .Nor. 27 l.M 1:11 I 12:31 12:44 4:01 4:11 I 1:10 1:52 I 14 BROOKLYN EAGLE, WED , NOV. 23, 1949 sky with 222 ., . He was fol Annapolis, Nov. 23 "Build a better mousetrap than your neighbor, and the world will build a path to your door," quoth Emerson and re-quoteth Alben Berkley, the Veep, after his wedding. So the best little mousetrap ever constructed, the Army-Navy game, will have the world heating a path to the doors of the Philadelphia Municipal Stadium this Saturday. Not even television will slow down this parade. Not even the threat of a transit strike will make any difference. That's real trapping, neighbor. Traditionally, this reporter becomes your Southern correspondent this week, wiring in the doings of the Midshipmen at Annapolis preparatory to this game Saturday that will attract a few over 102,000 people to Philly and1 who knows how many millions to the newspaper columns, radio and television. We wish to report the situation normal. That is, the Middies, marching to and from class, break the usual Annapolis quiet with the yell 'Beat Army." Bancroft Hall, tonight, will blossom out with signs, cartoons, lights and anything else imaginative young men can get away with. They think up quite a few the Commandant has to squelch. Back against the Severn River, just to the east of the stadium, they're piling boxes, barrels and most anything burnable in a towering formation for the bonfire. Old Te-cumsch has his horrible war paint on. Every room in Carvel Hall, and most of the tourist houses, have hoen taken by the "dates" cominc; for the big dance. This is the coming out party of the first-year men. Henceforth and hereafter they are admitted to be human. Having been quiet so long, they usually turn up with the loudest lungs and the best-looking dates. On any Monday the least evident thing around the Naval Academy is the fiist-year man. By Wednesday it seems they, like Myrmidons, just sprung up fully equipped. They're all over the place. And they flower with the j greatest optimism imaginable. I Their team can have the worst sort of a season, yet they fully expect to beat Army. Not just hope to win. Twice, these past two seasons, they darned near succeeded again.U a season's record that held out KtfSt a I single bit of hope. Their 2121 tie last year was the big news of the whole year. It is not only the now-liberated first-year lads that carry the optimism. It runs right up to the top brass in the big White House in the very center of things. And, sure-as-shooting, when "the torch is applied to the bonfire and all the 'Academy, most of the town and the Washington hrass turns our, it will be muddy. It always is. And the "dates" just enjoy being carried into the mud and held, long and closely, by the nice young men in blue Middie uniforms. Love and youth, it's marvelous and that game. Saturday, usually is too, though temporarily without lova on either side. Golf, may we point out, is still carrying on. But the preparations for moving indoors have been made. Bill Mehl-horn's already intrenched at the old Crescent A. C. Joe Law-kins, the Forest Park pro, moves in with Phil Galgano at the Studios of Golf at fiS W. 52, righ'nin Bebop Alley. Tony Longo, from Inwood. will hike into town, too. And Al Brosch. about this same time, should have his btHgs packed and be ready to start off on the Winter Tour, that rough road of tournament golf in which you win or don't eat unless you started out well fortified with cash, or sandwiches. This last thought, the sandwiches, is an angle. A H-year-old kid. a girl, visiting in St. Albans, left Vancouver with a pass and M sandwiches and ate 'em ail before reaching New York. Jones Faces Pell Mell At Parkway Monday rreacner tien jones takes on Gus Pell Mell in the feature I eight round bout at the weekly, boxing card at the Eastern Parkway Rink on .Monday j night. In the semi-final six rounder, Sonny Parisi, one of the most promising heavyweights ever, to come out - of Brooklyn,! crosses mitts with Billy Gordon. j The rest of the card is being! worked out by the able and efficient matchmaker, Vinnie Cerola. UNITED PRESS SELECTIONS Tanforan j 1 Irish Hon, Holly Brook. War Twister. 2 Set Clorr. Declarer Mlransan. j 3Cabette. Nevada. Tbt Roundup. 4 Long Green. Retrhlkin. Double Bst. . 5 Wsr Moei-ut War Allies. Huskle I Beat Judgment. Set Angel, Port Engineer. ! TMagie Wnrde, Tlmeltel, Straight Man. t 9 Eugene D.( Sbtcklnf Pink, Naryi atotsber. ( S Last Drink. Bolt Pal. High Agsat. I am Btl-i-ONO GaUEX. I All-Star Soccer Tills on Menu For Turkey Day By BILL GRAHAM Tomorrow's soccer fare, all all-star games, will be served on three city pitches, one in Brooklyn, another in Queens and one in the Bronx. At the local Hawthorne Field, Haw thorne St. and Brooklyn Ave. a select squad from the American Leaguers, Hispano and Hakoah, w ill be opposed by the Eastern District League. At Sterling Oval in the Bronx, an eastern Lnitea htates team will play the Canadian National team for the Triner Cup and at Eintracht Oval in Astoria the German-American League will stage two games in search for the players who will oppose the Hamburg F. C. of Germany, which will tour here next Summer. The game at Sterling Oval will also be a trail game from which players who will represent the United States in the World Cup Competition in Brazil next year will be named to an All-East team which will in turn oppose the best the West can produce before final selections are made. fNayrrs on Teams In tomorrow's lineup will be goal, MtPhail, Irish-Americans and Bianconi of Baltimore; fullbacks, O'Connell of New York Americans and Watman of Hakoah: halfbacks, Willie Shep-pell of Seton Hall College, Mc-Ilveny and Bahr of. Philadelphia Nationals, and Maca of Hispano; towards, Gormley of Philadelphia Americans, Hynes of New York Americans, Kropfelder and McLaughlin of Philadelphia Nationals. Artie Sheppell of Kearny Scots and Devlin Irish-Americans. Of Amateur Hockey League Clrtnd Rapid! 5, New York 3. Racing Entries, Selections BOWIE FORM Post 1 p.m. FIRST RACE 12.300: claiming; year-olda and up; aix furlongs. lour- Prc.b Odds 3- 1 4- 1 10-1 30-1 6-1 8-1 13-1 13-1 20-1 13-1 1.1-1 10-1 P P. Horse 4 Layaway Jockey - Martin - No boy - No boy No boy - Parlso - No boy William! - No boy - No boy - No boy - No boy Wt. 110 113 107 105 113 113 HO 107 1 10 403 107 I Tagel 2 Ardent Mlaa 1 lAtuflre 3 Blue Fedora 5 Gunner 6 Under Cover 7 Dover Rad - 8 Hjlr Cut 9 s.Mapay 10 r.ay Wtldv 12 Betty Ohfrron - 13 Ciloiiel G "nans' atone SCRATCHrll H( K1T Ur n 14 Hsicas 1.1 Sqi;mp 16 In S i-pense Lavawav ran better last SCRATCHrn aCRATCHfn Well epotted for winning effort. Tagel will bt the Oral. Ardent Mlaa la working well, be close. SKCOND R.4CE 12 300; year-olds; six lurlonga. ciatmlni: two- Prob Jockey Wt. Odds RCBATCHKD Downs 113 4-1 No boy 107 8-1 No boy 116 13-1 No boy 103 6-1 No boy 105 13-1 No boy 107 20-1 No bov 118 3-1 No boy 113 20-1 No boy 108 8-1 No boy 107 12-1 No boy 110 10-1 No boy 113 13-1 P P. Horse 15 Militant ladr 5 Trsnt Kiret Imply Talk 1 Bine RorkPt. 2 xKtne Harvey 3 K.erry Alts 4 Lucky Pstti 6 Tli'Stsfl 7 Phnntom Jinks 8 xGlorlous Maxim 10 .htnaie Ovmy - 11 Rail Puller 12 Hard to OH 13 Freedom Tram 14 Double Nip 18 De.tert Raid RCBATCHKD tM'RATlHm SCRATCHED Militant Lady finished third In MM re-rent effort at Laurel. May be danfroua If it .tarts. Trans Kcret romes from the Bed-well stshle. Rharp and fit. Empty Talk la due for improvement. THIRD RACE 12 300: rljUmlnc three-vear-oids, cue and ont-sliteenth mllea. iPP Hone ill Golden Clover 10 sHOV O j 1 xVital 2 xTriJ'in Neibor I 3 Roundelay 4 Jvi Pet I 5 Memory! Erho - ) 6 xftpnng Up Jockey Wt. 119 111 102 105 -Parist Lawless -No boy No boy Oelara lin 13-1 SCRATCHED -Curtm 110 15-1 Regalbuto 108 8-1 1 Mit Town No boy 116 6-1 SCRATCHED 8 aMr Squirrel 9 Harpist SCRATCHED I 12 xBro.o No bov 103 20-1 i 13 xBrief Whirl No bov 103 8-1 14 Ltnrrty Pat , SCRATCHED 15 xBurko Wood 105 20-li I (iolden riever. aerttid to Flytlif Nan to. last, appears to have the edre in this affair.' , Roy o. may be rhief contender. Combustion I : Is also t strong- factor. roi'RTH RACE 12 300; claiming three-I year-olds, one and one-sixteenth mi.es. Prod Odds 3-1 P P Horse 7 Hlndr 6 xNew Nation 1 f edrle 2 -xstorm Bird 3 Pe:er B 4 Bat Olrl 3 Vagrant Cloud Jockey Lynch -Lari.ce IIS 111 I 16 111 113 110 110 5-2 -No boy 8-1 -McMullen 13-1 ; Cardoza No boy No boy 12-1 8-1 8-1 Windy scored riever victory over Red Ned in Isvt. Should score right bsek. New Nation f Adonia finished third to N't. 15. Wet Clootlt roraes off one length victory over Haberjla inngshot possibility, dashery. Will argue. Cedrle cat setter last, I BEST WIN Dir. OTHER BOWIE SELECTIONS No. United O'Neill i j Rsre Press Dslly Mirror 'I K I lOrttll s Clorktt iConstrtu! :Bi:ie Fedora Tseel Blue Fedort ITagel Blue Pedort 1 'Lsyawsy Hinder Cover ILavsway jCo.o.iel Oovant .Tagel !Gunner Xayaway iTafel jOunner jLtytway Empty Talk Freedom Trtln Tipstaff iRall Puller ;T1ptttfl 2 jTtans Egret IDesert Raid Empty Talk Freedom Train jFreedora Train Blue Rocket iTlpstalf Mllusnt Lsoy Hart to Oct lEmptr Talk Roy O Roy O Roy O 'Harvest Roy O 3 Max Town Trillin Neibor iGolden C'.ovvr Joolden Clover Ooldtn Clovvr ;Trlflin Neibor jGoiden Clover jHarpuvt. 'Memory's Fho IHarplst New Netlon New Nation .windy Cedric i!ew Nation 4 'Peter B Windy Cednc !wmdy jwindy iff-orm Bird Cedric iBtorm Bird 'New Nation (Cednc Cork Feather , "Nassau Nasssu Archer Entry ,Fiood Town 5 Flood Town Navy Ace Fioorjtown artan Entry Blue Holly Bl'ie Holly Linda A Cinder Foot INasaau 'Nassau Fn'nst Rsre Mineral Rare Mineral New Oxford Rsrt Mlnertl New Ox.'Td Nokomts Third Act Bonsai Entry (Third Act raring Eoge Third Are Entrust .Rare Mineral iEntruat s amro'irlxf Te;lmhow Hearth Mouse Khsbiilt Dee Gee S 7 Ettrrtfly Dee Get 8 'Painted Arrow Je Msndtll Joe Mandell KheX'ila MS ideeux Dee Pee 8 Batchfly Ttllmehow wp rootlb Sliver Piatt 'Adonta JBragsncS Adeni! lAdonlt 'Adrnu iYissah Boat Oo'sm 'BUvrr Piatt Va;iah Bost Msckle l Pall lOo'em 'Adorn tOrjeem BLSI BEX Knicks Increase C Team Increases Division I Lead To Four Games The Knickerbockers scored their sixth straight victory over the Marine Dahills, blanking the latter club on the Park Slope alleys last night to increase its lead to four games in Division 1 play of the Eagle Class C League. While there were no out standing scores, the Knicks had enough stuff on the ball to hold the Marine outfit safe all evening. Just Inn gained ground in the Division 1 race by taking three straight from Tampico. The win placed the club in second place. Goldman Pressing and the Amazons are tied for the third spot in the standings. Park Slope clipped the Amazons in two out of three and Goldman Pressing won two from Mc-Guire's Tavern. The Civits trimmed Meyer's Luncheonette in three straight on the Ideal lanes. Burkland still holds a one-game advantage in Division 2 by virtue of a two-game win over the Hi Hatters. Negrin paced the Burkland outfit with a 213 game. Midwood Green is threatening the leading Burkland club for the lead, rapping out three straight games over the Flames; in its latest pin assault. The scores: DIVISION 1 Just Inn I Tampiro Barton 177 170 1: Marram HQ 171 176 Brown 143 142 158 Cuslmano 118 HilWaked 137 173 146: Goodman B Turner 1.10 ifinldano ifta ln 114 J Turner 157 164 162t Oerardl 140 144 141 Palley 135 155 14Si Arehellio 168 156 132 Blauth 126 . .122Cane1 . . 86 .. Totala 738 761 740 Totall 734 674 654 Marine Dahtlli I Knickerbockers O'Neill 131 132 122 Kmlth 161 172 158 Rtllso 132 137 149:T Plcar lo 173 149 Rnnenth'l 1 28 1 13 150 Ssntora 186 163 163 Hnrar'o no in ihh; a ricar io liH io Cassettl 139 148 114, Uuonocore 177 129 163 : ho Carlo . . 159 133!"' " Totals 633 632 704 Totala 828 773 785 Park Slope l Ray 152 146 166 Hert Amawms 156 129 140 133 104 135 178 187 153 Linger 131 148 163! Sloan Wltokaky 183 140 14.1! Wylee Cole 139 163 170 Truppner 174 160 153 Paustlan 172 148 1431 Kulesva 140 138 160 Totall 777 745 7871 Total! 781 718 741 ,By JOE FIFTH RACE 13.000, claiming; thret-Prob Odds P P Hortt yetr-olde and up; 6 Cork Feather S eBloa nlr 3 aFloodtown 1 xOctorora 2 Sea Woll 4 xUonna Boorsc 7 Nassau Jockey a furlongs. Cslmone No boy No boy McMullen No boy No boy Wood No boy. Wt. 108 119 113 111 110 102 113 113 113 1118 108 4- 1 5- 1 4- 1 10-1 8-1 12-1 5- 1 3-1 12-1 6- 1 1D-1 8 bNavy Ace ' 9 Cinder Foot 10 xMlss Gossip 1 1 xDutei 12 l.l.ida A 13 alron Pigeon aO. K Hcggan entry. Balrd No boy Griffith . Lay loo 109 15-1 ( RATI HI D bt'reawell-Aicher eniry. Cork Feather, finished third In last. Read.? fnr winnin .ftnrl. Khnutd make the trade ,,,( lhll rk)a. Blllt H.M, ,MI tht one to beat. Plnodtoan is also dangerous. t la' ia I rt KAt-a t-i.ot'u, awua4ice., uirw-Mar year-olds: six turlongs. n Emmet .-.a ooy no 1 aNew Oritrd Griffith 114 3-1 1 xRart Mlnertl No boy 6-1 3 aCuttlni Edit 4 Comlnl On 5 xThird Are 6 Boonlt Heather 7 xLucky Ned 9 axNokomls aF. A. Bonsai entry SCRATCHED Mllliian 113 15-1 -LaPlact 108 3-1 Herman 110 20-1 No boy 114 8-1 No boy 114 6-1 Entrust ran better recent eighth to Na- than lei. Looka tent. New footed rarer. Will artrut Oiford It flert- Ihrnuth atretch. Rare Mineral alao merlta attention. SEVENTH RACE 12.300; Claiming.; four-year-olds and up; one and three sixteenth miles. Prob P.P. Horse Jockey Wt. Odds 6 fainted Arrow ISO boy 111 s-i 8CKATCHr!n , IS Kkabul. 8 joe Mandeii no boy io. 1 Slammuring 2 Rtma 3 xBalchlly 4 Maudeaux ' 5 Heart h Moust 7 xSale Bet 9 Queen Ol Roses 10 xcambett No bo.. lot. o-l RCK.4TCIIr.il Bl HATCHED Batcheller 111 20-1 No boy 111 13-1 1 Ixxlehmehow Odds: 12 Dee Gee 8 4-1 1 u Eun Lmber 4-lll3xrive bast 13-1 ild Alriran Sunray No boy 111 8-1 - No boy 111 20-1 -LaPiact 106 8-1 SCRATCHED 1 Mill Indlratee. Cbanrt it let winner s share in thla spot. Khstrala finished fourth In last. Ready for best. Will srfue. Jot Handell will : be in heat of rontention. j EIGHTH RACE 12.500; ! year-olds and up. one and claiminl . four-i haU miles. Pioo Odds ! P P Horse 12 Silver Plate 1 xAdonls 7 xHee tloolia 2 xHcx Ort 3 xBaie Cupboard 4 xJusl Great 5 xMtraie 6 xSpecier 8 Svengai! 9 xTracx Talk 10 Ociem 11 xfciananra Jockey No boy Wt. 109 113 104 113 101 110 101 104 109 104 104 113 -LaPtare ,., - Griffith - No boy No boy - No boy - No boy No boy No boy No boy Rovers -Patanjot 13 ismokt Puff SCRATCHED 14 xRuddv Glow SCRATCHED SCRATCHED SCRATCHED apprentice allowanct '15 xMarkita Pall 16 Yaasah Boss - x5. xx7 pounds claimed. Silver Piatt finished third to Shoes In moat recent effort at Jamaica. Retdy for brackets. CLASS DIVISION PIN STANDINGS W. l. W. L. 22 2 Hllfwrds 12 12 IS ft; 65th St. Wheel 11 1 18 6! Park Slope ft 15 15 Fred Levey Co. 8 IS IT 71 Marina Dahllla 4 20 17 7 lite. 4 20 16 8i Meyers Lun'ette 2 22 14 lO Tarapico 1 23 15 V Ideal Dahllla 12 12' IT 7ldeal 11 13, 14 10 Lincoln Green 11 13 14 lOIBaaailUa Gren 11 ! 13 8 Lincoln Bar 9 15! 11 11 Wheels T 14 13 8 flames 2 22 Knickerbocker! Just Inn Amnions Goldman Fmi Minnie's Rent. CI tin DIVISION t Ilurkland Mitwttt Greta Hi Hatter Klrvn Cm. af'tat Marin Grata B Butt Marina Green Minnie"! Restaurant ! Fred Levey Co. ftntrada 126 168 133!BumtM 112 162 O P'hettl JoeF ett.l J hnrttt Placenta 147 167 191 Satchel! 137 120 1661 Schwartz 132 144 133 Merblln 160 157 170 Dtovieh 133 154 133 171 147 116 156 1.10 183 " fil "ii Garcia i Total! 704 754 793! Totals a r. 746 792 724 Utee Mfg. CO. 196 140 155 147 121 148 142 121 148 138 125 136 179 183 130 Ksneloa Purer Be'venlo Fena Catalano Total" th 6t. Ernst Harman Oorjld McMann Nearnaa 153 118 152 A 8e ited 91 121 91 Lowe 114 152 153 Gut Imo 173 163 142'Healy 199 144 189 Johnson 730 898 7271 Totala 802 702 893 Wheel Alt I Hillord a 193 170 156 Orlmaldl 183 157 142 1S3 159 132 J-Ga bole 162 157 133 175 137 166 Siarerca 188 191176 143 126 1421 RP'hrttl 14J 125 121 158 170Caatro 156 -I Totala 795 7 50 766! Totala 821 759 777 McOulre's Tavern I Goldman Pretslni Fulton 180 175 lBOIB.S'rtroan 152 165 153 rs han 174 158 248'M M raon 150 136 F'tunato 156 156 144 A Nadel 126 121 Wagner 138 157 17.1iHa.lt 211201181 Barry 130 117 162 R Mrson 171 181 132 IA S taman . . 149 167 Totala 778 781 919 Totall 820 832 754 Clvlts Meyer a Luncheonette DIMsttel 118 134 155 Hurarl 128 145 117 Mtslretta 8 tangfio M'rarcta. Huber lannone 156 190 1931C BoUon 190 . .,Bodo 159 175 175 R Bataon 146 144 187Sedlac . . 140 140; 131 117 119 lfil 162 175 121 98 124 205 179 193 Totala 769 7B3 850 Totala 746 701 728 niviaiox A Flames 1 Midwood Green mnrriinn 143 175 ltd Flmo 170 157 160 Maialo 1.18 116 Lutkina 172 205 133 Main a 169 138 146 D Amb Io 164 173 169,Higgina 117 150 Cahlll . . 135 180 171 133 137 137 181 158 Leone launa Oddo 137 168 181 Totala 751 737 739 Totala 787 841 789 Hi Hltteri I Burkland 161 161 186 128 130 129 .Lanfran o 156 lia , solotnan Monica 130 118 1401 Latto 123 144 160 137 147 149 Lentrhn'T 123 170 133 La in ll Manila Carveill 167 161 126' Negrin 144 138 213 147 Total! 748 709 7081 ToUla 679 711 821 Marine White I Kings County Moose Knchev 178 133 147 Amen 182 191127 Pnmptlllo 179 144 143 Alllnaro 156 139 178 Oilman 141 143 148lTavemeM 143 133 138 warw. 188 181 210 Bcala 209 198 21R 134 177 192iClrbo 13.1194 181 -I TVit.l. SIR 704 RAfll Tai!i R47 .437 843 Lincoln Bar 1 Marine Green ! Ksrbe 133 183 139 Barbone 183 131148 Palmer 1 28 106 188 Hind 136 141 Catrone 119 119!Mason 110 116 Marllolka 164 186 128; Hohru 159 173 169 I Macare o 158 ISO 13.il Abat 136 138 151 Bliznlck 120 Patrl 116 192 1 Tolall 733 793 7.101 Totall 765 692 797 and Scratches BILLY SMITH'S BOWIE LEE!CHOICE, CHANCE PLAYS 1 Tagel, Lajatvay. 2 Freedom Train, Trans Egret. 3 Max Town, Golden Clover. 4 Storm Bird, New Nation. 5 Kloodtown, Cinder Foot. 6 Xew Oxford, Lucky Xed. 7 Hlainniurlng, Hatch fly. 8 Silver Plate,. Branganca. BKST BUT. SPOT PLAYS War Twister 1st, Tanforan. liong (irrpn 4tli, Tanforan. Huskle 5th, Tanforan. Vinegar Hill Cagert Trip Loughlin Lyceum The Loughlin Lyceum of Greenpoint opened its home season by losing to the Vinegar Hill A. C, 57 17. The Loughlin Green which expected the game to be a tuneup for its L. J. Catholic League schedule, was rudely surprisea ov' tne spceny attack of Vinegar Hills sharp shooters. Jack Rooney was high scorer for the winners with 1" - " Scratched points, while Doc Ruclinsky led - Nogy i jj-.'Jthe St. Cecilia five with 14; points. Loughlin Lyceum I Vinegar Hill A C. P. P I 11 Wer.'t 7 1 Rooney Blclsi "'lrlt More 4 Blrreras 8 J Rooney II Walsh 14 Healy 3 Glbbt 0 Chambers 6 0 0 01 01 McAllister Shea Rudattukt Navarra Murphy Bellnakl iworsn DOING Get trtval aho Irainfnr tn live rtrt (Stadtntt mmj brlnt la awn esral 4,000 Sq. ft. ol Space! IN OUEENS: 47-47 Utm St.. L. I City St. S-7S0O IN THE BRONX 438 (tttbsrt ilvd. (Car. ItMti St.) CY. I-I33S F. O. P 4 2 10 5 3 17 4 1 9 2 6 10 0 1 llWalsh 0 1 1 S 4 1 1 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 ij.iiO'Dowd 0 0 20-ii Tottlt 18 IS 47 Total! 20 17 87 8-1' 30-1 ueanatuasssutaBUR XltfWW I JIcoak Pin Lead B-Boo. Ideal 179 162 174 Bever Frank Klni Dene Burr 165 177 123 Dcronzo 158 168 168 Oerhtno 128 141 176 Taub 180 188 130 Bcittt 192 192 188-HtlfI 133 172 148 147 123 157 138 177 203 169 170 153 iOr nfleld -i Total 823 842 7911 Totall 762 839 806 Wheels Ideal Dahllla I J. Ba ker 163 165 147 8 Berry 140 143 180 V d'a"o S1!! '28 Neho 144 148 12S Fillppt 159167200 Treat 147 157 1 17 J. D A lo 155 1:18 102 Stark 189 201 1671 F. D An'lo 127 f"4 . 1. ton DtA 1 1TI rana.l nil sa a n frr Hamilton o I Lincoln oreen MrKabt, 241 196 189' Mark Bara 187 123.3 165; Belanotf Makhoul 173 126 137, Cohen Trurheaa 159 155 185 atarman Kalal 147 147 129 Berlin ia 228 1.34; ill ill is!?! 202 204 lei j 160 189 116! Total! 957 741 805 Totall 875 888 761 PLAZA MIXED Philadelphia Pittsburgh ' J Reustle ISOPHuhn 124 152 176 B.Baer 113 126 161 H Hihn PHeuatle 110 138 139 sutler Broatch 149 IBS) 147 K Breehl A Baer 140 160 173 W Breehl (Blind) 162 162 I 128 147 167 124 190 1 19 154 197 133 142 185 168 Totala 674 733 770 Totall New York I St. DeBalae 178 151 131 (Rllndl Halton 155 149 167,Knud5en Mader 130 118 139 Stedleckl Hitter 140 133 160 Roasettl D Grande 193 139 181 Kroeplin 178 128 las 147 168 144! ,nn t7 ia, 160 136 137 -I ToUla 796 690 778 Totala 822 756 808 Detroit ! Boston Bteinlf 137 137 162 Bulger 224 228 166 DeFllllpU 142 169 133 McOrath 136 149 144 Wilton 138 1.11 131iDurgln 139 142 151 Scala 165 168 1 80 Miller 134 134 199 Ih'le 225 136 193 Sadiler 213 161148 ' ToUla 805 781 80 1 j Totall 846 814 808 Brooklyn Cincinnati D M'n'reo 124 170 nll(Blind) 149 149 149 Dtaabato 170 164 120i Burke 129 136 1.18 Peren 125 141 168iR Patton 140 114 159 Bender 171 1.19 183 B Patton 168 152 160 Bullont 167 130 193 Peteraon 148 169 204 -I Totall 737 764 79.1 Totall 732 740 830 Chicago I Cleveland Farhood 162 1 13 163 Hansen 146 158 160 Mrfjuaif 141 m.Tl6S,Pechu;ia 149 143 111 Lttchau 126 137 174 Mer 138 120 129 1 M C mack 158 182 168 Christopher" n 122 1 7 M O'vein 154 177 139 Erm Tvlch 198 188 156 I (Blind) 145 -v 704 73i 733 Totala 741 792 8101 Total! mm MOILJE Both "Men who Care'LBoth say "CARSTAIRS S Emery Glassburn says: Sl tSf ( I j "I LIKE CARSTAIRS' . 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In the 9:30 League, Levasseur led with a 247 and sported a high three- game mark of Ml (wjzh 204); team No. 9 came through with 9G8 for high team game. ' a ai. ... I ace-seiier crescent iouk. iwu from second-place Fox in the Spinclla Commercial play, Paramount upset Metropolitan in two out of three and Albee ! swept Casino . . . Spence Soper set a new nign ior ine season with 251 .. . J. Palillo's series ol 191. 153 and 166 sparked I Friendly Tavern to a 30 sweep over the King nns in me si. JosePh Bowling competition but Excellent topped Friendly and holds the lead The Rolls 1 Hollers w m all five points from the Xevaswets in the Narrows Bowling Club play. I u inning v jiium All three winning teams in the Plaza Gems Ladies excelled i in two out their three games 672 87i 768i, , , Opals topped Diamonds, I,ut" 'Rubies thumped Emeralds and Garnets hurdled Sapphires A f.lr,o y. na norcictc in the rt v.ivv.- v. .......u I nited Bowling tourney wnn Dynamic Pears flashing a first-place 147 mark compared to the Donats 13 8 record . . . The race Is even closer in the Kings County Moose No. 168, at Keystone, where the Phillies and Reds are tied at the top rung with 1110 records. The Yanks show the way in the B. I. A. M. A. S. at Keystone with 15 and fi, while three teams the Giants, Phillies and Pirates are tied for second with 11 and 10 ... Iorio's Bakery and Vincent's Jewelry, knotted 18 9 for first place in Albee Square B, were both up-i BALTIMORE, MO. By HOWARD S. PRATT A cub reporter sent "out to report a wedding, came back and told his editor hat there was no story because the groom failed to show-up. We're in al most the same boat, because we can't say anything except that the fish still are showing up, with the codfish increasing daily. - We noticed the Ellen S Helen H, Yankee, Swanee and the Mary Ann all coming load ed down with fish, and we were also glad to hear, after a long and pleasant talk with that old veteran of the Bay, Capt. Joe Ecock of the Victory, that" our statement that migratory fish hit the same places every, year at the same time, is confirmed by the log book that he has kept for many years. It's always nice to see scientific theo ries proved by hard facts. Thanks, Joe. Another bit of swell news was handed to us by the famous "Bring 'em back alive" Gus, of the Bav. who tells us of two happy Thanksgiving Days con ing to two of our popular Captains. Mrs. Helen Sutherland, well known for her Red Cross and Girl Scout activities, and wife of Capt. Willie Sutherland, is home after a long and costly hospital siege and will be able to gladden the festive board on the holiday. Capt. Harry Phillips' wife is set . . . Third-place Myrtle Ave. Drug took two from the former and second-division Midwood Grill dittoed over Vincent's... The situation was reversed in the Wednesday C play where Vincent's took two from the Butler Club and solidified its hold on first place with 225. MTMl ' 1 IS CARSTAIRS uoeo sisr "I 40 fi t .! " ZD Mm $ I BLENDED WHISKEY, 86 PROOF, 722 GRAIN NEUTRAL also coming out of the hospital this week completely cured, so that will be at least two fami' lies who will have cause for thanks that day. We wish tha best of luck and continued good health to both families. Our friend Don Foley, Game Research Investigator of the State Conservation Commission, asks us to remind our Brooklyn duck hunters to send the duclc stomachs to the Metropolitan Rod and Gun Club, 162 Pacific St., Brooklyn. As the food contents of these birds indicate their feeding habits, the commission can then help the hunter by supplying the proper food along their flight lines. They are particularly Interested in the "innards" of diving birds such as scaup and golden eyes. A word to the wise is sufficient. Another absolutely senseless hunting "accident" has just been brought to our attention. A rabbit hunter was shot in the shoulder and neck by a companion while hunting. It is our considered opinion that anyone shooting at a rabbit on the ground and hitting a pal at about a six-foot height, has no business having either a gun or a-license. Honor Sid Gordon Sid Gordon, Brooklyn-born New York Giant outfielder, hag been named the top ranking Jewish athlete of the year by the Maccabi A. C. and will be on hand to receive the award at the Royal Manor Social Club, Manhattan, tonight. Pro Basketball Netr York 89. Washi:iton 74 Indianapolis 80. Bochester 74. Tri-Clty 60, Boston 72 .iwwmmi mm SPIRITS, ljvHLn

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