The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on October 20, 1953 · Page 15
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JIMMY MURPHY'S COLUMN h V FIXTURE SHIFTED For the first time in 46 meetings in 52 years, the traditional Election Day football game between Erasmus Hall and Manual Training High Schools, win ha niavAH eispwhpr than Ebbets Field. The scene has been shifted to Samuel J. Tilden High Field, East 57th St. and Tilden Ave. And the annual colorful classic between St.- John's Prep and Brooklyn Prep, which is 38 years old with the 37th tiff of the series coming up on Thanksgiving Day morning, may also be moved out of the Dodger' ball yard either back to Boys High Field or Brooklyn College Field. The reason for the shifts is that the Brooklyn Baseball club wants nothing more to do with schoolboy football. LOSING PROPOSITION The powers that be in the Cave of the Winds on Montague St. find the dwindling crowds at the affairs make the renting of the field a losing proposition as it costs the Dodgers in the neighborhood of $10,000 to repair the damage done the field by the cleats of the gridders. Erasmus Hall and Manual Training were notified that this would be the last year they would be able to use Ebbets Field, where they have played ever since the enclosure was built back in 1913, 40 years ago. St John's Prep and Brooklyn Prep were supposed to have received the same notice. However, according to the Rev. Joseph G. k Dunne, new headmaster of St. John's Prep, he never received such notice. REFUSE TO WAIT Because the rental ate up most of the profits, the promoting of the Erasmus Hall-Manual Training classic, which used to draw 30,000, reduced in recent years to about 4,000, welcome the change. George Eiss, head of .the Health Education Dep't. of Erasmus Hall and the Manual Training officials decided not to wait until next year to be kicked out of the Flatbush orchard and acted to make the change this season. It means that hereafter in the Fall, the pigeons will have the use of the yard, in which a World Series has . never been won, to themselves to play baseball, football or what have you. FINDS HISTORIANS ERRED Midwood High's hisJ torians were all wet when they informed the writer that the football victory over Manual Training on Friday was the first since 1946. Theodore Beim comes to bat to inform us that the last time Midwood really did win a football game was when New Utrecht was defeated, 24 7, at Brooklyn College Field, Oct. 24, 1947. Theodore also informs us that the victory over Jefferson, while the first for Midwood, and incidentally the first played by Midwood, was not the only game won in 1946. On Nov. 9 of that year, Beim also relates, Midwood turned back Seward Park, 8 0, at the same Brooklyn College Field. According to Beim's statistics, Midwood suffered 24 defeats and engaged in three ties with Jefferson and Erasmus Hall in 191?, and James Madison in 1951, before winning last Friday. Now Midwood historians, what have you got to say for yourselves? BOOTING FOR HOBART Marvin H. Bloom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bloom of 1171 57th St., this borough, is a member of the first Hobart College soccer team to engage in Intercollegiate matches. Marvin plays left halfback on the Geneva, N. Y. institution's booting forces. Somebody is falling down on the job by not having police at the various high school football games this season. A gang of so-called toughies make it a practice of creating disturbances at the encounters. All they need to straighten them out is a good sound spanking so that they will have to eat their meals off the mantlepiece for a spell. How about protecting the players and spectators from these rowdies, Commissioner Monaghan? SCOUT CHIEF ORATOR Arthur Dede, Dodger scout and supervisor of the coaches' clinic at Vero Beach, Fla., will be the guest speaker at the Awards Night of the Little League of Flatbush,- to be held Friday evening in the assembly hall of P. S. 235, Lenox Road and East 40th St. The other speakers of the occasion will be Joseph Rhatigan of the Board of Education, vice-president of the Little League Council of New York City, and Frank L. Schiraldi, president of the Brooklyn Junior Chamber of Commerce. The members of the Bushwick Savings Bank Bees will receive gold Oscars for winning the title. The Utica- Church Merchants Association will come into possession of medals for placing second. The Community Center Brotherhood was third, and the Lincoln Savings Bank Pennies fourth. President Al Bonnie Jr. of the league announced that the members of the Mothers Auxiliary will also be presented medals. HODGE AWAY OUT FRONT IN POINT PARADE Boys High Gridiron Star Paces Field By 25 Tally Margin Roy Hodge, Boys High grid star, is making a runaway race of the Brooklyn and Queens football scoring parade. Unless someone else goes on a ram page, the interest will center l V yU ther than Hndze. The BovS ' 2 !- : - iK y - v, m t High halfback has piled up 56jf r Dointsln three eames and leads 1 1,, L Rob Rountry, the St. John's . ' rrep ena, oy tames, ine injured Bob Wetzel of Tech, who is sidelined for the remain der of the season, and Art Gold stein of Far Rockaway are in a two-way tie for runner-up honors with 24 tallies. In the extra-point depart ment, Fred Pitone of New Utrecht has booted the most, five. John Ronzmo of Lafay ette Is second best with four. Boys High and Poly are the only unbeaten and untied elevens of the 19 Brooklyn and Queens schools fielding teams. Lafayette and Far Rockaway haven't lost but have been tied. Boys High has rolled up 92 points in three games, the best offensive feat. Poly, second best to Boys with 88 tallies in two games, has the best de fensive slate, having held its oppositioh to 12 markers. The records: INDIVIDUAL SCOEINO Hods. Boys . Rountrr, St. John's WMiet, Brooklyn Tech J Goldstein. Fit R'kaway-3 Onindman, Poly 3 Kaufman, Midwood 3 Orant, Manual 3 Ham. Bora OameaTn. P A T. Tot" -3 1 56 Kaufman, Pol? Mala, St. Francis S. Dueksr, Poly Spenalerl, Utrscht 3 Strano, Brooklyn Tech 4 F-itagerald, B'klyn Prep -3 Intrabartola. P. R'kawaj--3 Jacobowlts, Utrecht 3 Adama 3 Howell, Madlion 3 Monahan, Erasmus 3 Melnlk. Brooklyn Tech Kennedy. Flushing 3 warsager. uncoln Oatto. Lafayette 3 Varello. St. John 'a 1 Laudanl, Lafayatt 3 Iulo, Lafayette 3 Brennan, St. John's ft DJert. Poly 2 Ourley, Pcly 2 Brogan. B kirn Tech ft Allen. Far Rockaway 3 Kaplan. Tilden 2 Duaenberry, Midwood ft Schneider, Lincoln 4 Rubin, Krasmus 3 Recii, Madlaon .Video Panorama For Football Fans The armchair fan who likes to watch the battle of punts and passes will be severely test ed when he tunes in the N.C. A.A. football telecast of the week next Saturday. He'll be watching four games at once in such widely scat tered points as Princeton, N. J., .- Memphis, Tenn., Champaign, 111., and Iowa City. 0 It's an unprecedented panoramic pickup being staged by , the National Broadcasting Com-, pany to bring the fans the high-l lights of the Princeton-Cornell, Mississippi -Arkansas, Illinois -Syracuse and Iowa-Indiana games. The program, requiring a special technical preparation,! will be directed from a master control center in Chicago. The games will be fed into the cen ter and monitored by producer Bill Garden and NBC sports director Tom Gallery. Gallery will supervise the switching from game to game In a way designed to televise the best action of each contest Mscnow, Madlaon 3 Lenhoff, Madlaon 3 Oallagher, Adama 3 Dlckmen, Flushing 4 Oroal, Far Rockaway 3 Rosenthal, Far Rocky, 3 Trtnkoff. Tilden a Torn el, Utrecht 3 Zembruakl. B'klyn Tech 3 Hocnoerg, Manual . 2 Wagner, B'klyn Tech 4 Hendricka, Flushing 4 Maze. Jefferson a Komberg. Erasmus 3 . Muldrowe. Boys 3 Russo, Boys 3 DlMaasIs, Boya 3 Ke-lman, Adelphl 2 Etaenberg, Adelphl 2 Belllfore, Lincoln ft Diamond, Lincoln 4 Sptllans, St. Francla -4 NlcoltUl, St. Francis 4 ciiiDert, poly 2 Pitone, Utrecht 3 Ronztno, Lafayett 3 Towns, Flushing 1 ssaae-r, Maaison Cannava, St. John's 4 Matorln, Erasmus 3 Librliil, Far Rockwr. 3 Oreen, Lincoln ft Collins, B'klyn Prep 3 KUkuikle, St. Francis Bud. St. John'a 4 Settlnlert. Adama 3 Tyson, Manual 3 Maroopoloua. Midwood 4 Safeties St. Francla 2 TEAM RECORDS UNDEFEATED AND UNTIED 4 4 3 3 3 3 a 1 3 3 3 a a a a a a a a 2 a a a a 2 a 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o 0 0 0 o rrnl-.'Ml!?, ' TTVn ftltV1 ft & Mb X . If V& ft . vAi i :j fl f LEGION'S BEST The Edward A. Cummings Post, Kings County Junior American Legion Baseball champion, receives the Brooklyn Eagle Trophy at the loop's dinner. Members of the team are, front row (left to right), John Duerr, Chippy D'Amico, bat-boy Alex Curcio, son of the manager; Jay Fishfer and Ronnie Mangella. Middle row, Bob DeVito, Co-Captains Ben Galante and Wally Anderson, and Emil Fiore. Back low, aii nayri, bod Kapuano, Jimmy beiier and Bill Miller. UPSETS BORO CHAMPIONS Tech Takes Aim At Soccer Crown Brooklyn Tech can clinch at least a tie for the Brooklyn Public School Athletic League soccer crown by defeating Mid- wood at Wingate Field, Thursday. The Engineers' other game is with Boys High. Brooklyn Tech moved Into undisputed possession of first place in the Brooklyn loop by Boys High Poly Prep U 0 0 Points F.r Ag'st 1 14 88 12 Bay Ridge Celtics Still Retain Indian Sign Oyer Jays The Bav Ridge Celtics seem jjjto have the Indian sign over n tne uernuseu ueacn Blue jays 51 football team. Last -year the 7 Celtics inflicted the only set- g'back the Blue Jays suffered " i This season the Celtics again maue sure inai me tsiue jays won't enjoy an unbeaten sea son by scoring a 19-0 victory at O Connor Oval. The passing of Fred Gluck and the running of George Kin- sella sparked the winner s attack. Gluck heaved two touchdown passes and Kinsella tal- ; lied twice. After a scoreless first period, J the Celtics scored twice In the s I second quarter and once in the "j third. Gluck passed 30 yards to , Kinsella, who raced 20 for the 4 : first six-pointer. On the final J play of the half, Gluck hit Joe s Armendia in the end zone for fithe other score of the quarter. Midway in the third period, ii George Kinsella took a pitch out from Gluck and ran 45 ilyards for a touchdown. In the first quarter, the Blue Jays moved to the Celtic five but the victors held for four downs. The lineup: blanking Lafayette, last year's Brooklyn titlist, 20, at Fort Hamilton High Field yesterday. It was the fifth in a row for the Engineers and the first setback in five encounters for the Frenchies. Bill Sum!, with a flrst-half goal, and Al Falconer, with a second-half score, just about put an end to Lafayette's hopes of retaining its boro crown. Other Resulis In other Brooklyn league matches yesterday, Midwood and Boys High played to a 11 tie at Boys High; Erasmus edged Jefferson, 32, at Jefferson and Lincoln blanked Midwood, 30, at Mark Twain Field. Ben Whang, Sigfrled Stanke and Xat Elbaum tallied the Erasmus goals and Mel Tanner and Mike laculla scored for Jefferson. Barry Golub chalked up two straight Lincoln goals and Len Katz the other. Saul Lessler of Mid-wood and Lenny Betaiirourt were the goal-makers in the deadlock. The standings: The standings: UNDEFEATED BUT TIED Far Rockaway LOST ONI OAM1 Brooklyn Tech 3t. Joluu Madison Tilden - Jefferson W. 3 LOST TWO GAMES T. 1 1 St. Prancls Prei Zrasmua dams Utrecht Uelphl Brooklyn Prep 1 '.OUT THREE GAMES ,lncoln 1 fldwood 1 "ushlnf 1 Manual 0 L. 1 2 a a 2 Points For Af'at 40 19 7 25 Points For A'st 81 28 SS 33 2 31 lit 14 f 50 Points Par Ac'st 38 51 28 10 41 13- 14 11 27 18 28 1 17 37 118 se Bay Rldf Cslttos -Rogers L.T, Oretrory L.O. R. Curran C. 1 Keeney R.O. Bearfea R.T. D' Amors It. Walsh q.B. Oluck L.H. Ssverlno R H Kinsella P.B. Perrara Celtics Bluelays 13 O Bluejiys - J, Brandon Moons Rudden Coamey Barrett - P. Brandon Dillon . W?ljh Thorp Bluett PlnnessTi 019 0 Touchdowns Kinsella 2. Armendia. Points aftr touchdown Severino. Substitutions Celtics: Belnerl, Murphy, Bello. Cooper. Allen, Smith. Jones, O'Brien, Wilson, Gregg, Nichols. BlueJsys: Toale. Hurd. Muldoon. Furey, Bradley, Wood, Pickets, Lahey, Smith. Longest Big Ten Streak xne longest Big Ten football winnlfig Btreak, conference games only, was set by Michi' gan In 1946-48 when it won 15 in a row. Bain. Tech Lafayette Boys High Lincoln W. L. TJ 5 0 0' Erasmus 4 1 O, Midwood 2 I l Jefferson 3 2 0Ft. Bsmllton L. T 3 0 3 4 0 0 Eagle Sports Pictur Legion Names Galante Finest Player in Loop Ben Galante of the Edward AWARD PRIZES AT ANNUAL AFFAIR Shore Parkway Rewards Athletes Bobby Giallombardo was doubly honored, getting the most valuable player prize in both the Junior and Senior Divisions at the annual dinner-dance of the Shore Parkway Amateur Baseball League at the Hotel St. George. Lawrence Brown, John Amabile and Frank Saitta were similarly honored in the Bantam, Grasshopper and Majors Manager Charles Cisuflons, Thomss Flleccls, Robert Clsnflone, John Manlscalco. Vincent Trams: Asex, Manager Joseph De Bralto, Carmln Lopreati, Frank Vlgnons, Guy Penns: Crescents Manager John Don-dero, Robert Moore, Peter Dondero; Phan-toms Manager Patrick King, William Mo-Lou ghlln GRASSHOPPER DIVISION FIELD DAT WINNERS F. Mlcclchl, B. Oangi, C Inds-Ueato, J. AmlMls, T. Da Carlo, A. MaMae. LKohler. M. Paloo, M. Oreoo, P. Cottons. LITTLE ACORNS, ALL BROOKLYN AM A TIUR BASEBALL TOURNMENT CHAMPS. CALVZRTS, BROOKHATTA1C FRESHMAN DIVISION CHAMPS Anthony RuMlotta. Frank Beltla, Prank Oranata, Nicholas Surlsnl, Ralph' Clsnflone. Nicholas OallelU, Andrew Cagnetta, Joey Zaroone, Robert As-promonte, Eddie Aspromonte, Frank DsNltto, Dom Polemlnl, John Russo. 2D PLACE FALCONS. FRESHMAN DIVISION ALL-STAR TEAM, CAL VERTS Msnsger Cal Oranata, Nick Oallellt, Prank Saitta, Bob Aapromonte, Frank Oranata. Anthony Rubllotta: Falcons Manager Nick Paolella, Andrew Russo, Francis Clraulo, Larry Paolella. Vincent Merola. Joseph Crlttellt: St. Athanaaiue Manager Tony Csrrlno, Mike Esposlto, Jos Carrino, Joe Dacchille, Don Ouida; Major Manager Harry Wood. Ivan Hertaendorf; An-thonions Manager Ous Slngnaiio, Joe Morales, Manny Cardinals: Rama Manager Sidney Farrell, James Csrrlcato: Flynn Celtics Manager Frank Lundy, Doug Freeburg; Jeta Manager Joseph Plasnl. Ernie Plsanl. FRESHMAN DIVISION FIEVD DAY WINNERS FLYNN CELTICS-FALCONS J. Fosdsl, J. Burke, R. Lundy, D. Fraeburg. R. Lsgorane. E. Plsanl. J. RJapobono, A, Russo. J. Crttelli, V. Merola. O. MalorliXi, D. Frlscla, N Y. C. BASEBALL FEDERATION BROOKLYN CHAMPS CAL VERTS. ALL BROOKLYN AMATEUR BASEBALL TOURNMENT CHAMPS CALVERTS. FALCONS, JUNIOR DIVISION CHAMPS Emanuel Cardinals, Santo Mwtlllsro, Joseph Tamburro, Mark Oella, Joaeph Barons, Robert Olallombardo, Lao Rlccto, Roy Ardis-ozne. Vlto Ardlasone, Steven Puaulo. Pal Albanese. Joseph Augerl, Nicholas TuramlntV Archie Coazetto, Oeorge D'Andrea, Richard Bolten, Robert Copozello. Edwsrd Banach, John De Marco, Alfred Urcluoli. 2D PLACE MAJORS. JUNIOR DIVISION ALL-STAR TEAM. FALCONS Msnsger Roy Mlstretta, Roy rppivpfl1 Ardlzxoue, Emanuel Csrdin&le, Mark Cella. ! rchle Coiaetto. Bob Olallcmbardo. Santo Mortillaro, Leo Riccio. Joe Tamburro, Nick Tiimmlnla: Malars Manager Ju'.lua R?-ea- FI.YNN CELTICS, BANTAM DIVISION b.stt. Paul Cigna. Anthony Florello. Joseph A,,, . n i I'nrtiwriur.a isrinur auanasio, Lawrence i Hinaiai, josepn saariguano, iwinaju n,ci-, . UUmmillgS I'OSt Was named I3esmsrth. Bruce Coyle. John David. An-! Dantones Manager Nick Dlase. Charles Con. the Outstanding Dlaver in the Donaghy. Ronald Emanuel. Charles ! nlly: Flynn Celtics Manager Ray Mcoioin, Brookhattan Freshman Divisions, respectively. The Npoi'tsinanwhip awards in the Riime five divisions went to John MHioldrick, (iuy P e n n a, Mrholas Gaillelli, Jameaj Dellsio and Roy Chris-tensen. John, Amabile of the GrasNhopper Division was rewarded for bring selected as the rookie of the year. Charles Russo was honored as the manager of the year, Frank Vobis as the sportsman of the year and Joseph De Bratto got the achievement award. Bob Livensky had his name inscribed in the Hall of Fame for pitching a no-hitter in the Grasshopper Division. Prominent Guests The guests were Herbert E. Simpson, sponsor of the Brook hattan Freshman Division since 1950, and his brother,- Elliott Simpson, who has also helped the league exist by his generous donations; Eddie Zeltner, columnist; Irving Rudd, secretary of the Brooklyn Amateur Baseball Foundation; Abe Stark, Democratic candidate for President of the City Council; Mrs. Anita Reagan, Park Department Sunervisor of Recre ation of Brooklyn. The following awards: Kings County Junior American Legion Baseball League at the loops annual dinner at the Legion clubhouse. Galante, a third baseman, was Cummings Post's top batter, with a .390 mark. Galante, who also starred for the Madison High nine, has mai'e the Legion All-Star team fo'- the past two years. The Cn m ni i Post ca p In red the league championship j Purey, Jamej Fiuco, Ronald Heavey, PrineU Morn, Tnomu Lunay, wiinira Liunay, Joseph McAllen. Junes McCallum, John' Mc-Hstt, Junes McLaughlin, Thorn u Mulheam, Oeorre Ptone, John Rat ley, Alexander aarno. DANTONB8, SECOND PLACE BANTAM DIVISION ALL-STAR TEAM -Mementoes: Flynn CeHlci Co -Man aye r Ch tries Leeaha, Co-Manarer Jolm Lam, John David, Bruce Coyto. John Ralley. Dantonas Co-Manager Charlea Connelly, O. Connelly, J. Connelly, N. Manlgliano. 8T. A'i Manager John Bendlce. P. Pierthaler, R. Callahan. Phantoms Manager Patrick King. A. Zaber, R. Sarendera, J. RayhlU. Braves Manager Timothy Spellman, R. Magnuson, O. Ruggitrt. BANTAM DIVISION FIELD DAY WIN-vtr o a np doit c-u o uim.. n o. and was awarded the Brook-! r. Zaber, P. Sherry, R Callahan, P. Rlaollo, lys Eagle Trophy, which Is ?; 0 Fure' T n6s' R HMVW' emblematic of the feat. Char-I litti'b acorns, grasshopper divi sion champs umnis carnee, Jcnn Boyle, V'lnwnt Ambrosno, Arthur Llttleswns, Michael Boloker, Frank Ballow, John Stryp. Ronald Chrlstsnsen, Ronald Motts. Richard Rublno, Thomas Pasko. Richard Mllone, WU-'lam Zatorskt, John Cotroneo, Angelo Agella, Oeorsts Strype. ST. ATHANASIUS, ID PLACI, ORAS8-HOPPER DIVISION, GRASSHOPPER DIVISION ALL-STAR TTAM LITTLE ACORNS: Manager Anthony Rublno, Vincent Ambroalno, Richard Rublno, Dennia Carnea, Wllllsjil Zatorslci, Rlchsrd Mllone, Thomu Pasco: St. Athsnsslua Msnacer Prank Vobls, John Amablls, Philip Cottonc, Joseph Pomara. Arthur Mslese: ley Pesso, the league dirrrtor. made the prcspntntion to Tony Currio, the Cumniing) Post managpr. Setond-Place Prize The West EncU Post, beaten by Cummings in a two-out-of- three-game series, was the re cipient of the second-place trophy. Grand Army Plaza, the third-place team, received the American Legion 40 and 8 Trophy. Jim Lombards', Kings County American Legion commander, Tom Dngan, past county commander; Father Rtisso, athletic moderator of Reglna Pads Church; .Nat .laslow, Legion of ficial, and Pesso were the speakers. Each member of the first and second-place teams received in- jidividual oscars, The awards: Richard Angelina. Jimmy Da LJso, Bo O'Neill; Letlon Cubs Uanaier Phlllo Pot-lletta, Johnny Burgess, Edward Kent; Hawks' Manager Philip Burns. Philip Burns Jr.; St. Mary Celtics Mauaier Hsnry Krol, Alsa Keating, Richard Roni::o. JUNIOR DIVISION FIELD DAY WINNIRS T. Collins, P. Burns, V. Ardlstcj', J. Barons, A. Coastto. J, Tamburro. J.TUoclo, J, Augerl, S. Albanese, B. Olallombardo. FALCONS, N. Y. C. BASEBALL FIDERA-TION BROOKLYN CHAMPS. FALCONS ALL BROOKLYN AMATEUR BASEBALL TOURNAMENT CHAMPS. FALCONS, SENIOR DIVISION S f. L. CHAMPS Msnager Charles Russo. Ronsld Stone. Psul Rosenleld. Joseph, Mario Bonacet. Jesss Merone. Robert Ciprl-ano Jerry Messins. Robert Olsllombardo. Emanuel Cardinals. Vincent Trallcame. Larry Mandarine Mike Marolda, Louis Mortillaro, Joaeph Tamturro, Louie Blanco, Philip Spina, Nick Tummlnia, Salvatore Oiard'.na. A;fr?d Urciuo'.i. 8rto Mcrtlllaro. 2D PLACE ST. MARY'S Manager Thomas Fadool. SENIOR DIVISION ALL-STAR TXAM Loula Mortillaro, Jesse Merone. Alfred TJr clsoll. Buddy Trsflcsnte, Mario Botiaccl. Joseph Pstanella. Paul Rosenleld, Jhn De-Marco. Robert Olallombardo, Sal Olardlna, Roy Chrlstsnsen, Nick Fsrkouh. Bob Erc-kert, Bob Whltton, Jim Moyss, Russet Erlcksen. SENIOR DIVISIOI' FIELD DAY WINNERS Jerry Messina, Joseph Pstanella, Philip Spina, Mario Bonacet, Louis MOT tlllaro. Joseph Tamburro, Larry Msndaruio, Norman Johnsen, a. Roth, A. Bello, 4. Elllos. The lineups: BROOKLYN TECH -Dooley Nagel LAFAYETTE Flnkell Bermsn Buds Relsner . Rentrona Nuccio Weiss POS. o. R.F.- L.F. Rosenberger R H. Frlel C.H. Magnuson L.H. Fredericks O R. Von Hails I.R. Sund C.F. Falconer I.L. Fohe O.L. Faeth Goals sund, Falconer. Substitutions Letayett: John Tedesco, Curaulll, Segal, Hurant. POS. LINCOLN FORT HAMILTON a Florello Dsnao L.F. Mvdaneclt Borrelll Tedesco Dl Bartola oeresl Dreyer EDWARD A. CUMMINGS POST Ken Ienhofl, Chippy D'Amico. Al Hayrl, Jay Fishier, John Duerr, Bob DeVito, Jimmy ueuer, zsiii Miner; Ben oslante. Bob Rapus-no, Andy Chlasera. Ronnlo Mansells, Emil r-iore, waity Anderson; Alex Curcio, bat boy; Tony Curcio, manager, and Dan Robbn and Pete Chlasera, coaches. WEST END POST Al Saqsl, manager: Anthony Brltes, oatcher; Dom Oacevo. Vincent Lalno, Nick LaMirata, John Lorenao, Mike Mansa, Joseph Masl, Jim Murdocco, Joe Perrotta, Ed Ruotolo, Robert Sabatlno, Otto Surahi, Vincent Tonlco, Anthony Zap-oola: Vincent Zullo, bat boy: Alolph De-OptaUa and Ban Yario, mansgers. R P-L H- C H - R.H.-C F.-I R. - OB- I.L. - O.L- -Mllllch ' -Plckell Putterman Cohen -Ooiub -FUmhalt - -Orosa -Peril -Kats Blanford Veneuccl Mffiigan Valuzzl P. Mstthleseen Porslo Bv;;: dual PREP SCHOOL STARS ELECTED TO HIGH OFFICE .Athletes Popular With Students By SAM GOLDAPER Joe Quigg and Ernie Cannava, outstanding athletes at St. Fran cis and St. John's Prep, proved tneir popularity with the stu oeni oooies wnen tney were elected to high posts at their respective schools. Quigg, the Terrier basketball giant, was elected president of the senior class and Cannava. the St. John's veteran tackle and extra- point booter, was chosen school president.. . Quigg, who led the Brooklyn Catholic High School loop in in-dividual scoring last year with 302 points In 12 games, is also a member of the Optimate So ciety, the St. Francis honor so clety for students with a better- than-85 average. Chick Keegan started basket- ball practice at St Francis Prep last Thursday and the first thing he did was measure Quigg. The Terrier cage star Has grown an Inch since last year and Is now 8 feet, 7 inches. saaasaaasBBsaBBaasssaaasse Joe Quigg Ernie Cannava Quigg will be around for only naif the season. Mickey Fisher, the Boys High basketball coach, has also taken' over the coaching reins of the Red and Black tennis combine a la Al Badain of Erasmus Hall. Fisher and Badain were great net rivals, so it will add spice to the Public School Athletic League net tourney this season. The Catholic Youth Organi zation will hold Its Kings County Communion Breakfast of Baseball Champions Sunday morning at St. James Pfo- CathedraL Irwin Russo, 14-year-old sub stitute of the Lafayette High football team, Is the nephew of Harpo Messistraho, the Frenchies' regular left tackle. Russo's mother is Harpo's sister. Larry Bernstein of Fort Hamilton High claims the most managerial posts in schol. astic ranks. Bernstein, a senior, is the manager of the baseball, basketball, cross-country and track teams. He originally was a member of the track and cross-country teams but a collarbone injury forced him to give np active competition. Oosls Oolub (!.. Katbz. Substitutions Lincoln: Settler, Alegrsnts. Levlne, Bloom, Stpck. Fort Hamilton Twedt. Csssldy, Wilson, McDade, J. Mat- POS. MIDWOOD BOYS Q. Schllf Adain&on L.F. Jettleson rianaaj R.F. Rubensteln Battiata C.H. Midler Belluccl L.H. OrloII Linuorl d u Well K. Re d I.R. Nadler Brown I.L. Wleaelbas-f Smith C F. Lessler Jerniaky O R. Esan Betarcourt O.L. Erkd L. Reld Ooals Midwood. Lessler; Boys, Bertcourt. Substitutions Midwood: Fsdock. Follsck. Releree Trsger. POft. ERASMUS JEFFERSON O. Wiener Turner L.F. Landsu Aieaandrovlrh R.F. Pernandeg Nlemisc L.H. Smith Brown C.H. La Msrcque Schceterman R H. Kamlnskls Drakas 0. L. Sianks Krlnsky 1. L. Whang sunder C.F. Cserhat laculla I.R. Nargelavlclua t Mintz O.F. Elbaum , Tanner Ooals Erasmus: Stanke, Elbaum, wn&ng. Jeflerson P. Tanner, Mike laculla. Substitutions Erasmus: Frankel, Caplan, K. Oovins. Jelferson Domlco, Berkowlts. Referee Olaen.- Giants Top Japanese On Pair of Home Runs Tokyo, Oct. 30 (U.PJ Jim Rhodes and Daryl Spencer pounded out home runs to lead the touring New York Giants to a 41 victory over the All-Japan Professional Stars yesterday before 40,000 fans at Korakuen Stadium. Rhodes hit his round-tripper in the top of the fourth. In the bottom half, the Japanese got three singles off Big Jim Hearn followed by a. long fly to center which scored a run, and tied it up. Spencer smashed his homer in the sixth and the Giants coasted the rest of the way. It was the third straight win for the Giants since they arrived in Japan. j Manual High Mermen Score Fourth Straight Manual High scored Its fourth successive Brooklyn-Richmond Public School Athletic League swimming victory since losing its opener to Tilden by defeating Grady Vocational, 49-18, in the Manual pool yesterday. The Manual swimmers cap tured firsts in six of the eight events. The Johnsons, George and Harry, brought Grady its only firsts. The summaries: 120-yard medley relay 1, Manual (Myhre, Curto and Monkelll. Time, 1:26. 50-yard freestyle 1. H Jnhnsan. nrarfy: 2. Marchess, Manual; 3, Avelllno, Manual. Time, 0:30. 100-yard freestyle 1, O. Johnson. Orsdy: 2, Tierney, Manual; 3, Renz, Manual. Tims. 1:08. 100-ysrd bresststroke 1. Castellano. Man ual; 2, Ramos, Msnual; 3, Acededo, Orady. Time. 1:20. 220-yard freestyle 1. Storey. Orady: Van Keuren, Manual; 3. Slovltt, Manual. Time. 3:19. 100-yard backstroke t, Pynander, Manual: 2, Sciascla, Manual; 3, Grimes, Orsdy. Time, 1:27.1. 160-yard freestyle 1, Manual (Heavey. Semnack, Petersen snd Cottonar), Time, 30.0. Fancy Dive 1. Cuhbedue Mamml- 9. Fuentes. Manual: 3. Zinn. Orady. Wlnnlni scots, 26 s points. SOCCER Double-Threat Back Jackie Parker, who was rated Mississippi State's best defen sive back in 1952, also led the nation's major colleges in scoring with 120 points. NOW! YOU CAN BUY A NEW OR USED CAR AT A BIG SAVING SEE TODAY'S AUTO PAGES bv BILL GRAHAM Dr. G. Randolph Manning, soccer's elder statesman, now over 80 years of age, turned down the invitation of the English Association to fly to London to see the All-England vs. All-World game this week. ... As a council member of the International Federation, he is due in Paris next month for the 50th anniversary celebrations. . . . The Rapid F. C. of Vienna, which was defeated, 43, by a combination of American and German-American League stars at Dexter Park last February, invaded Russia and slapped down the pride of the Soviets, Moscow Dynamos, 21, before 82,000 fans. Erwin Single, Monday night spieler over WWRL and former editor of the Soccer News, is due to return tomorrow from a six weeks business trip to Germany and Austria. . . . Grand Stadium, scene of many hectic games in the heyday of the Brooklyn S. C. in the middle '30s, is being reactivated and is expected to be ready at the weekend. . . , Kollsman of Ridgewood has taken a six-year lease on the pitch and will have the German-American A. C. as co-tenant. . . . The National Open champions, Chicago Falcons, were defeated, 5 0, bv the newly-crowned Canadian champions. New West minster Royals, in Vancouver. . . . The game was billed across the border as the North American championship. Bill Hawkins, president of the Old Timers Association in Philadelphia for six years, has been replaced by Charlie Dalton. . . . The world-famous Weiner Club of Vienna is to play in Mexico next May. . . . Attempts are being made to match the visitors here against the German Colonge F. C, which will be here then making a tour of the U. S. bootinq circuit. . . . The North American Soccer Guide, for which orders have far surpassed those of the five previous editions, is expected to be published this weekend. . . . The Concert and Ball of the Scottish Clans is at the Manhattan Center, Nov. 6. TRADEMARK NOTICE LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT wia and upon all the atockholderi. White Metal Rollins; Stamping directors and otticeri of the said cor-Corp. of Brooklyn. New York, did on:poration. September 14th. 1953. duly file with B. That the Court ratify, confirm the Secretary of State of New York, and approve the report of the Hun-record of its trade marks. "Super- orable Charlea C. Lockwood, Offirtal liKht." "Safelinht" and "Heartaaver." Referee, dated September 2nd. 19S3. The eaid trade marks are to be tued'and filed September Srd. 19j3. mada havaaid White Metal Rollins; & Stamp-1 in this proecedliiK. ins Corp.: upon Magnesium straight c. That the Court fix ana ascertain and extension type ladders, anowlthe compensation of the Liquidating pushers, shovels and other magnesium 'Trustee as such, nis expenses anu ni and mne-neniiiiii nllov nrnrlurls. Dated: New York. September SI. 1953. WHITE METAL ROLLING STAMPING CORP. o5-15t oSaSu compensation for legal services rendered as in said account prayed for and also that the court ascertain and fix the compensation of Messrs. Barrett & Berkowiti. certified public accountants, for their accounting services rendered o the estate herein. D. That the Court ascertain and fix SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE: the compensation of Irving Hlrsch. nv VKIOT VORlc Ponntv of Iflns-al mietinneer and of Ren Block for serv- In the Matter of the Application of i Ices rendered as custodian of the real Charlea Deiter. a stockholder owning I property referred to in the schedule 50 ot the outstanding stocK. lor anii LEGAL NOTICES Order of Dissolution of DEES HOLD ING CORP., a New York Corporation. rusAisn; take nuiiuei mat ine final account of Elihu Rosen. Esq., Liquidating Trustee of Dees Holding Corp.. a dissolved corporation, has been luea on me otn oay oi ucioper. 1953 In the Office of the Clerk of the and will be pre sented to the Supreme Court of the County of Kings. State of New York. County of Kings. at Special Term, Part I thereof, to be attached to the account herein. E. That the Court dispense with the calling and holding of a general meeting of creditors as required by section 177 of the General Corporation Law of the State of Near York. F. That the Court order and direct distribution of the monies In the hands of the Liquidating Trustee, effective upon a final audit of the books of the corporation and it account! by the Director of Internal Revenue and bv the New York State Depart- held in Room 11(10. in the Municipal i ment of Taxation & Finance, and that Building Court and Joralemon Streets, upon compliance with such order that Brooklyn. New York, on the 2nd day! the Liquidating Trustee be d -of November. 1953. at 10:00 o'clock inicharged. his bond cancelled and the the forenoon of that day. or as soon surety thereon discharged from all thereafter as counsel can be heard. inability. and that a motion will then and there G. That the Court grant to th he made for an order granting the .Liquidating Trustee euch other and following relief: furftier and different relief as may ty) A. That thA final account of peti tioner as presented be approved and allowed and decreed to be conclusive upon all creditors of said corporation and upon all persons who may have claims against it upon any open or subsisting agreement, claim or other- just and proper in the premises. Dated: Brooklyn. N. Y. October 5th. 1953. Yours, etc.. ELIHU ROSEN. Attorney & Liquidating Trustee. Office ft P. O. Address. 16 Court Street. Borough of Brooklyn. New York City. I ol3-St Tu BROOKLYN EAGLE, TUES., OCT. 20, 1953 15

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