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SiilfiiK! Nine College' .off 1 % r'ecently' \y|ieh' a Cgamc of ; bas- !:kotbal)i ; :wafi:/a'rr wv*"™' 1 ^*** j n Line-tJp, j n Fluo Shape ' lin* »K ION)' llv JACK KliW "I pj d, .•HIP' nov/n.r.H thul bloom font don't will under .tho nf flic MiuiMon .la nxurOHH- r,, S v words It 10 Onrnol find 1 "- which n 11,1 Iliolr experience t«Mll.v "I tliHr ' loli lia* lior winy ; u? I'll'll |,, M .n thu undni 1 'Mold r. <i rn P training Hltn 1 .. ,<!ituok nlnn,' thai your «or, .MB Ihn ahtin- unrl Hpli'lt In Mio • from your HO^ ml i )ru l sutalilln right down •ilbov'M iiMylHliint WCIH nith" or ranlng around I,, Kerp his lugH, In good hhlnnni- ; work OK oul when your wrltm' - on Ihn Hoonu. Ono was M Lir a oonslnnl but iluont always u rtl who IM will »oe a Owl hartu Iliay. I 1111 I ul Uiu hot oornor liuddy Dunn ul a ml Frank Fur* on Hit' 1>H1 M Ilinglliy tU'lv^ to all wasn't any liny, phlomu- oonvoiaod by first basnrnan. vory adoptly Hnok, Yos.'fnnH,.- "I'nnny clan" around In llu position HB Uucldy really cod - boll(Ul fluid* but criterion for Judg- slnoo Ihn twh'lor* wow I anythlnK on ihn ball w tli of COUPHO Pf who IB thlHyourboouiiHoho IB over p limit vh* -working ou: H ihn club and »wun« ft potont In batting tab pod i .nraolluo, Ooorgjo DUFFY'S Restaurant Street DAILY DINNERS wd LUNOHKS SANDWICHES OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY ?ull Liquor Llotnae «H Into , tho tunnls. 'court .section known to the .boys .as \yhea,ties- •v I lie, • -"You,; ;ycH] i h p 1 . jroiiy • :,of. 11,1 Is "'thul ' ho svori't -lio. inuch use- U> ,U.w.ul.ul» •Untf. Smacking" ' out , fungous to the oaiU'Uvid ; candidate^ was/pint I'iddlo' Mariano ' arid ••' wotoraiv - l oa<toh- or on Ihn club, The outi'iold.can- .by• ihci >vay -are Jack Lent Clhrgonla, :a -'Junior .who .waa .;.. ,1'llat apple ''litu'd In hitting drill,/Bob 'N'oi^ls, ..lirn -.-_^ ou'y,. ,llvn .Sum'a, ;Jli» .Saflnardl,' Billy' t; ;o;n(J -last ..-but Tar,from least; 'Tuiiflrodi, ' Thq ir >boys' lo.oked} vory ..(\norgutlo und' .iigllo' de,sp,lie> tho I'opl'-UwV'.lho -rnajbrHy Of them:. ...,. v ..i ;UOirn>U>le<r a;^i\ue|llng basket-, hull wunpaign, 'And speaking of, tho] ;e-purt game, •! for 1 ; oiui as' well us,' many; Otboj-H! ,hopp .that, the b.a«-i- kcitball 'lnunrtH won'I. 'have a ivy,:• .deadening ofl'oc.t -on -the : nine. .Just] •an .«x.ft'fn|jlo: .6}' what 1 niean, .Wilby:i illKh ''had a very good i'ootn'airtciun-i Ituil. fall, -In' fubl one- of the host} In tho'^tatu; 1 l-holr 'relapse oaine,, however, ''ln> Ihb ..complete down- full of their 'court aggregation. U.ompr,pne/-vous, Gray hounds Y : Thu battcrynion which wont into' action' u Nvuck ahead ol the, flelcl- ory uro In i'inci physical shape, The bo.spcotaclud hurlo,r. VAco Durctte, after a winter's rest- is raring to HO, Aoo has -wal,tod 'patiently sinoo December to don Ma baseball 1 'logs; and got to work. Well, hero -|V is, Aon, -Bohlnd DuroMu on the 'mo.und 1 aro Al S.ahillor, ,11m Gonplly, \Gonci Kov-lt; and Charley Kovit. From thls ! group should 0,01,110 lit.Jaast ,anoth- : or uapablo-twirior, . -, , • Tho qatoh.Ing >depar tmo« t ia - well; forllt'lcd with tho vetoran Wddie. Mariano . along with ' tliat hustler in J-Vank .phns.on an.d the youthful Charley -Slipcr.. Among tho b,oy» .who we hayenlt; hoard -fi'dja-'yin aro .Bill Burke,. Charloy Fogai-ty, and 'Frank PCS-: inonci, They, pi\obably howcyer" wj.ll bo In tlie HRCorid contlrigont which, l.s oxp.ootGd'to arrive. : at the camp: on Monday riftornqon, An intra-i Htiua'ci' a,frulr ..is'slated ,for; to.dH.-y- 1 and H wj|l felve >thoi ; bi;l ;,MOR./ a; bhanoo to, ; gnt 'u-' look,, at his boys In*. thd 1 . heat, of ... Y ....__ angcd betvveen ^ndlaii^ 1 champions: .br ; --i.-iic- ;: Junior 'division -for'•••'(94'1-42'varid 1 h<Kni$hts '•for : - SaturdayvVthh;:-Indians woii *. 78 to; 0; " Ehnly in Hie v day ; Saturday 'the: Them Have' Made Remarkably JGiibd"Records -- Leaguesl - • • .- -.<,;->: U. >•' PAUL P, SUIT "SC1JEFF13LS i: frm-tnev:H^wks by a scbre^of ; I;ditipii and, the-lively )iall do not go Avjllv IT ana 1 ixojnU, A ; in Mealy MjuMa.no :\vit.)i 41 ,wo,ro • ^ ••! l' 1 1 A I • i*-* » *ji m»*,» iv* »•'-»*.'•'•»••" — — • -- — the-'•: maSn^lays;^fpr : the J u n.i p'lv 'C'liia'mps.: arid 'Norducci • with thrce' ; •pblri'ts <v>'as ;"top;v, scorer, -'for'-'-.tlift- ',Kriightf?.-> ! ^ ••' .";.' ••''••' '.'' ; '' .; ' : .' ; ' .'' ',..' ] : . •Tbij'Scbre':; V' 1 '..':."',/ •' • - '' .. V . Indians A. i ,McDermptt,' If Domian>p .;.',..... ; rf . Kddlo ' ,'IJung, : Svhp •'•.balls .. from . ( tbo huinlet or ' Boaoon .FaJ W; For . hla:. 'as- HUJLftnt > 'HViov:Umlftl?le;-]fl(;ld-ie:niRS;;oiioB-- v on -thai .vdlfn - iriutW6-':|JUt .al>vay»>'f.Vll| '' '- - b r-pcn f (fH'o\v:' In i '"Loriny"' W'.Ri'. ycry'-papable . iii* 1 - 1'liit 0 IxaV- decide^.' ;>Vise) : y; ,to, ''' 1 - . nut ah'o';i)p'ui>da 1 gc l :.pn;-wrls:;.yoarv40 as r lb make.' his -bid "Homo •ne'xt spring, Go.ngrat'ulalions, . managers, keep 'up that .jfl.no; work, . - . • •Tho toain will' broalT camp In the; • middle of APi'ji and-t-neir first. ..con- lost Is against ,\Vatertown. -ThO' boys looK in n.n'e. .-physical sbapo, but It "is xili'l'lcult" to. discern .anything Xixcop.t .tlJ,at they show plenty. '' ' of iato takft We . -a gander at. wonlt _ We • will respocUvc Advertising To Bent I'UH HKNT—Furnlshwtl,' ' comfort- ablo and spacious room for gen- tlornan, Al>ply 272 South Main St., 3-27-(13* soil Vigoro, all gtades Of JrtlUzora, hydrated lawn and garden seeds, lELIABLE OEAIN AND PUEL 00, SoaJ — Ooke — Fuel Oils — Grains •7 Church St, Tel, 3076 Metal Ceilings Leaders, Tinntaf, »oo*»» Aiul Vuni««e \Vork. JAMKS BAKrfR Telephone fll, RADIO HJONK irv AM, WOIIK Lv,,,.,.- —. BOVINE ELECTRIC OP- 8 Ohurch Street , -.. JJOJJi For i'romi)I- Service. Wanted for W/VNTBD V Known corp M unrl udjustrnnnt mnnfor .ftfl.no wookly »uur, rniui (luul, QH poi'in, , A. f!, M,, 008-018 South St., fJhloago, JIK. '; IMIO-dJx, A, tor fi upm , For Sale F(W SALE—Belli any Ucacon Hcm<l. Bungalow *. rboma, furnace elec- trlolty, bath, garage, 1 cabin, w n-oi-OB Jiill,-prloo,»8,000.Loo*^ or ilou'nd Sign.von property. .Merriok Agency, .0 Church St., New. Ha- -.noautlful .7 poprtj ;hot water ; heat; continuous wator, oil burner, .hard\yood . floors, tlio bath and'lavatory .at- tnoboci heated, garage. Clomp e efy Insulated tbi'oughput. , Jn.Nauga- tuok'H most oxojusive -n hood, Owner, transferred' wintd Will sacrifice. I)/T, FA'HlUNCiTON j/,1 WostMO-tn'St Dial 3- -.•-Waterbury '' " ' |- H Apply t'u YOU CAN PAY vm - CAWj EMPIRE S tins on', c . .Mariano -..-. V. -He'aly, lg ;]. Mealy, rg T.•.-•L'ca'-ry ... Totals, v., 1 Kni (jilts Central ^Jo^y ter star tlic : ,Cjnci nivati ;. Luv in ; thc\tbtck' 'o'f ;tji.q og(Un ' . ^y yprk/ ; Mar(ih;JJO~Giycn a start, tlifth , ,t1Ve^ • rocql vc.d , tlic : Cnci nivati ;•.&• sh bet- should prol)ably..;'lho '.best-'p.I.tchlnp'; staff : in the ..major • leagues,^bolst^reV:!. by tlie rtoti u i si-U on ' -of- several 'i-h a^d-h 11 tl ng 1 rooklba -ahd'.ih ^be-tter .phy^ica'lVcpn- dltiori'''- lhaii,i,..lir 19/iiiv-i .th^V'ttpd'B-: iU'.c I>eln8 l! i)cked as close.;secpnci'.'choice behihd 1 >t;he^.D^gGriB'-and^Japiiiuals.; MttnyX'iipliu'euyci'Sy.; Ho^evGrj-'--believe i'h'e! 'Gincijinai/l^ciulp 1 '' is; :of. ; t.jto-.''c'ali-:' v. J., ""rt f - '''f V'"'"'' : ' J n '- v '^'•-' /lr> ""* ' ' -««'Vi 'if* . H".•* \ftn'n i(K) . tlio, 'P,onnunt :';::« nil'- ; ; tbe: ''" ''" w th . 'tlVel r ;ace.- v.'oii t ... tho Rods came biv'-wUh a, rush and wound:' up tiilrd r winning 88 games .-<to-. the cUdmpibn', .Dodgers 1 100 victories. :'' '' big: •pitch Ing .against' 14 losses. last•! year, but he 'Is 'reported jn- "better. 1 cpnjlltioh.,and has ;beoh-,jrnpressive.-:i.n/th(i Tampa, Pla;, oa-mp ( -.-:Bia'.cky. ,,\yalters,- • the other 20-game. w-inner' .of : the/1-040 club,- ;)ui"sn'.t. yqt r-eabhod'-his .peak in camp, but; Is .expected to-corne around. He won 19 games .against; handling',pitchers and his;' dofensive' ID losses 'last ;year. .,,; ; :.-,: • " ; .The.', tillrd 1 -'- •member, "-bl'-'-.-ih'o trlo <v ..;0i'.' hu'i'ler.s, • " tc'r: Hi'd- 1 rlflii die, .'.who won ; 10 : <game,s ; ; ngainst. four losses 1 , in '49/iJ' 1 I'or-'th'e-.• sensa'-r. ; |i6nar ; .nin.rk •' of ". ; 820, . is ;\'-ready : /; to ObnVpllc. anot.her. ;winning.; sti'cak., •Then there,,. aro-'.'Jpo -Bqggs, v^Llbyci Moore,: Gene Thompson;,, ; ,].im : .TMV-:. 1 , rio-r and Johnny • Vnhdermeer.^..flrstV.' class f]lngers K -in .tlie .past. rVaiide^-: nieer,; • the'- only-' -veteran 1 '..IctUiandQp •bn-.- the;v club,- ' won-,; 1G : eames year.,;•/' ; '^-•••.•'• i !•• , :; . ••' •''•-.'.:..'• •'''•"-'"'•• ^pitching';, lielp 1 . ability -should .-make,, up fbr ivis lai;l: of punch .at-^thc :pl'ate. ••• '' ' ' • •Maxwell.-.--.Tg . ........... Hackett, lg ... —.. WJlcpx, C;- ......•.>..-....•. For'isli',,', rf ',.;i--' Narducci;'-;!!""':,.'....... ;. Totals- —, -.-. Score -:a-l ha^f tSnie Referee.: Schinellte, '•Tlmer'-.to.ur .- b , 2 .'3 . ^ . 0 . 5 . 8 • A . IK 37 b . 0 . 0 . 0 .,.1 . 1 f 2 0 0 0 1 i 0 0. •f- 0 i .0 •p 1 i p 0 •0 G 18 1417 ": 0 : 8 ,..'' '2 99-*> ,4jCr*>-j 78 1 Jiaiul 'in the', major leagues liutvtlieVo's'a gr.oup of minor league shvrs 'kiiocld'iTg.. arounil '.Florida's/ Jjaseball 'training, camps r nia1to' gpod th Is year. / .; ' . ';'' Th.e.' ;• jvoa r y : h yjj o th o.s I s ; : th a t • a : nijnor lehguo record of' 20 victories imj'icatCH J.hat u "recruit pllch.Ri 1 is certain v to chan'gc tho necessary deftness -for a- major ion'fcuc bo.rl.h AVas thrown Into the discard• w'h«iv spHVeb'ody> but,' an .cxlra bbunce . in the 'baseball and nowadays—radiant .record. 1 * to the ooTilrary'—a new '.m.iHmdsman Duds' It dlffioull. to . 'nmk'e.-'goQd. /...Despite ' »1.3 'Johtiy Lindoll. thai, Yank Embree, Al. . Indians , periods. Frank: McCormlck;' \vho ; , •£< ;i ;2G9. .in, Wattms-aast-vyear;.' rt< t ',to' riori; • 1 jCIl' -'.\V'**M C . •* 1- *-* t 1 * •" ' •*-' * ^ 4 ' v ^* *,*•* "l J i'Y •' "Tv ' •"":"',* T" •\voai i '-io--ganiqs;-fo'r\-lwdiana.pb i li\s-nasV .season! v.-SI-ari* -iriB^- 1 t'he ': real i"star^ of this -.groiip. .'• He.t'.gptU'in -.- '.seven' ... • . . !ga ines \v! th-' the; Reels ',liite : -: last, '<yeui.:, Ayinnlng three and losing: hvo. ' Only two. 1 Mi .dl ub are absentees from, the: . B 111 Wei:ber,-vth e ( vet- Lorn-- 'psi;an third, •'sa'ok'dr.'.aiYcl l.^rnie ' d-'liittih'catchc.i 1 bardi,' ,tle - ,.-• ':.••• '• ii«a. .. ., . '• Bert-"- Haas, : ; \<'ho Vi ljat,Ldd" ;3:iO ( .''for: Columb.uk : ,lust :yetfr ,:',.' isv" the ^now Urlrd -' isaoltep:'- "H:ls, : JJTg .batv. v is ; cx- •'pcclcd 'to g ; ive.-.:tlreM;lcds :-a •np.w.^o.t 1 -' 'fenH'iye/.piinclv.in; t-hc'.-Inflpl^ 1 . - ' : . ' :-.. For • Lonibardrs -job,- . the' Reds have Rollie-' Hemsley,.; the- cx-Clcve- land :baDlvstop, 'Hcmsley's skill;-- at- _ Uo *hls-p|id\fpr.mvty'fr'«cav'. He - i s' ; .-• ih e; -f Irs t ;; ^aseniari;i v\yi W'v 'nbbkie.-.. ;.Ed;.' :$hPlcc-3';;•'f-rmii^;liidian- .. Lonnip.'^rcy;' ; :|'8;4b^ ••second'.baseman |indM EddiedJp^fitf the.-- short-: :Rtop; i]'o'ost;. i; much^heavi'er' v than.last ,^ ear'', 1 • ; i has/ -b^en "'^i'itiing .Hhe;,DalV'' at a 1 '.400. cli)3Un:,trainirig : ;>ga'h)^9:'and;;ls •Y^l ace'men l!sj^-: ar'.eV Oh uok? :MGino'i. ;: . \S!h o ( UP ) ••i!s i% ;'?.t!AiJv;i;uv« 'vv-,•.•• ^«v*-,;-' ( T'-t viv.-- - - •• • 'forin> ^G : 6b'diiia'n r ' : -gbr-vi : n^- •.$$?, v42 'games in ..-1941.. , ... The- regular outneldecs so'n, Har.ry Grqf t,, :>llziimy ;• Gleeson,' Ernie Koy 'ancl/Mi'ke , Mcpor.nllck; " hit • must .-face 1 '--, the , ... ra'akies.'..^^.-!)^^^^!;,? ently .is - Hanlc ,Sauer,V;Wlio for ':Blrmrhg'ha'm -,.and vybp" playlng, .left/fieldvin-oahip.^ ers are Mi-ke','. Dejan, WhP .*!•', ~ for B i rmlnigham',. las t / yearr,. Ed' 'Lii- : kon, ' •who- hii : ';314.- -for. Knoxvllio.r 'and'. Frank SeboTy/^ex-DctroH.^lger,, who hit .300'for-Syracuse-. positions . a"H.tUo.- later. 'I: I'll -trot out. on.the: : sla,b -and loosen, •up'my. old .soiiphone:•'••/•t.'hat shQU'ld pay'rioh d-lvlciondg :• this.year (pilch" ing Naugatiick"batting: pi'acl.iueO : so 'I ' 11 s 1 gn of f, , say 1 ng., th a t.- the , f i.rst baseball practice down -here/at.'the 'Greyhound ca'mp . fa; ml|o south ,oi' Naiigaluck) 1 was -'a L complete; .sucr- '' 1 '''"' : '"'' ' V ' (By .'United Press) /• •The New York ; Rangers stavpcl 'off elimination from ' the ..Stanley JGup" playoffs SundViy -'MsM •.by-dc T Wlirig the ToroDio.'Mft-ple tcafs, and riiaklng '.their. :C.lttss A series ding:::T.di«iiiio ^' iBtandinft...-.-"«"..»- ^ ••--'-- -,- • • . .-.- -ji., , ; Detroit .drew first blood, in Its •.scmi-t'lrial series -.wlUnDoston, heat- :iiifi the f 'J3.ru ins, • 6-4.-. . ' . . Alex , ShlbJcky twice- < o.pnverted from Babe Pratt, a-nd .Neil u in" the fJi-'sl 1 ' 1 - period , and Lvnn Patriot "connected .third fflr tafe nangoi's, >Pctc ;LweIle savf-d SltS frpny:a shutbut wl|h;i^s •tihan tw^> > 1 ^^J°^Sn d : shi^ A fr.Jhwd O't 15,i>cw waionuu ..DUIIJ. A uuu> u,, ._.,.. .. - jQ.Q7.pf the ;-at'' ; .15':56.. *of oronto' i .for;"t)ie s^ixth game : Tuesday; nlght;^ / - j. v Detroit's Mfctory:--.':waB;. Us v fh:st iioston ••Garden -'.trlumps; In moi e ^"".'V 1 -. .r. — -. -and..-a 'cro.vvd • of cJicd-'th'K Wings thred.-goar ' advantage Eastern Standout tlu! Uon Ton Htrout, Na\i- SI. . . 30— , (By;Unite'd Press) , Petersburg,, Fla.; March -Thd New York- Yankeerf spring training camp' today- head nortli on the- long trip./ that;, will take them through Georgia,': i Alabama, Tennessee, * Korth oW 0 Una, Virginia, Maryland,, and Delaware They:-wind up in-New York on .April.. 1.0, Playjng Ihe Dodgery that day and , next, at Ebbets. Jlei": andV:on Hie- third' ;day i/At'-.^apkee^ Training Camp Briefs The Cards -rapped, Red, Ruff ing for three runs' in...the Jlr.s.t Winning and then -went on to• ^efeat^the 'Yuuks, 'nuaj: s'^rin^ .'senQsJoiV^ihe^orig end —The^New.:Srork Gl.anIs .'and'.Gl«ye-.: last - Florida ..gaiiic^VbiefQ^e; ;offi':noiM;h: for .their -.ex^id^ tion 4rip. r , •';;;'..;.vJ.'.-.O':,,L,-.-' <n Billy--W^rher dounbJed>:lo-TigiH in. the "fOtir -inning tp.^fic'qr^.^Con-nic. f/yan with t,he winh^ig? PMf» «J'; tlje; , \j 1 1*1 1 U »5 ". il I- J i J J-' C *J * * , r * - , - (. * • ' ' ,- • , '.. t " .DayioW&eateFla^,M«rc)i ; - ; 3<^rr (DP)-~Man^e,i\ -'^eo:••• PW^ 0 ^ 1 -. ;^ Ibc.-.Bi'Ooklyii^JftKiger; l ^^ s( ^: "'& ••-• commcht^ tpVlay, o.nvJLh.(2.-.'i -his ^clyb wixiJ -negotiaUn.g:: wl : : tj ; oit;: for: pitcher'SucX ' MJ ' Browns' /; . .'. Curt Davis and Whit.. Wyatt. held • the Senators ;.lb; : cihX hits..yQSterdfiy ' Pasadena;- ; £al: ; ,.}.Mreh - 30— (.UP) the ^University! of « West••; Virginia basketball team, .helped put .the. Mount*tnecravin the flnals; of tournament in New York. Baric led his team to victory over the strong Toledo, O., university club in the ,semi^nals West Vii ginia met Western Kentucky, in the finals in Madison Sauai e Gajjdeq^ " ~~i i i *• through the fiibl tf'- Hlic"' OPi ttsinirgh' Pirates 4b(Uiy '\vhen.'. the ''.team- 1 ar- riv^J :ner,eV to/.. play- -':Mte- '• Chicago W fei'-j't'eX'- SOK; .'V-flarret/t '•' ••-' 'virtually' clinch^ a ^re^ufer^ hetli hit's and.", hi^.'fiel.dihgv-- a s - the P i r :i"tes; lips t; 10 ;• Uvi- - - Ch I cago jjos X^g^es, 10 r |)s^: former Brooklyn catcher,- hi(i^twb)'-homers;:'fpr^Uie.. Pirates, whose live-game winning streak was broken, % > -seaivoli rookie center, whp ecorrd three goals, Pudgy* Carl 1 Liscombe vaced Detroit with a pair 1 of goals. ,TJic< Ipno bright spot for Boston,, but l sevtn Ciho Play or Jack McGill, 21-1'ured'lu tire other teammates scoring, fig- ing ; Cambridge, Mass,,.,Marcli ,30 ^y.al«t^. p,o\vertul; .'s\Vliphilng rufe^,^to;day ,,as ;naiipjia) L col , ._':••:.-. ;^ _- /c.haih^ipns /aficr break-' li-y oiir. a pnii hati pri : -Ql th c nW-^estern 'coJiieges;- .- ; ^ ; 'f.l%:•firB'ts; 'and;,• placing in'.: .Gy.ery'--' oiher". feveni.i-'^Ya.ile"" scored 7 r. ; p Ql^isf; dVi rl lig,..^! ^ iiiid ; . v Ba'<jii.i^laY"'; A gdinstKag^^ptJi'li^'cojv: i^firGs^-^indiudififi: ^thcV^Uni.versrty'./.pf e^* including ••A •Yill q-' -'' ; Mi'cb'i&a'n r: ;>yh i ch >v '-h as m on op o J ize d H/h'c-'^iep.t " f ';aip'ng' • with Nor th western sinie •''1025, placei' secpjnd wiUi 30 l !ptfjri|«Tafic^''iis-. 'tOO^ard relay .team •svv.a'h'i f -\-\,Q ' a new . N';-- .C: A.' A. and ird: j-'ecord • b'y- :b£ating : favored in 3:27.8. ° . ' . / ; ' \ • -. , Chouteau,' 1 '^p-year-old Y.«tlc from St; Louis,;. WAS voted '•the ''meet's outstanding 'performer.. ;after:'4ie : clinch'ed Individual scoring-- honors by. .Avinning 'the 1500r. meter., and-'-440 .and placing; third ih; •tile ti& free-style'events.;"".''.':• •;'.': •'-'•'Ohip' State was tlii.rd with '-.34 points: Prince ton and. Rutgers tied for fdurth with ninc'JJoinls cacll > '.fol)o>ved''by D.artniout.h\and -Northwestern .with seven points, apiece. llol- lihgswbrth,, Murry Dlckson, Ray Sta.rr'. Howie,Pollott, and Sal' MaglJo P |—graded only according to victories 9;r~-pros'e'nt;.'.-one of the besL possibil- 1'tios -Vn.' seasons for-success. -.Frpm".,lha point- of games won, Terry, has brought the bos I, record or.Vthe, bunch to his .second trial with' t.h'e.-VJoston'Bed Sox,.2(5 and 8 ! . Ho'ls/a/'rigJithahder and was voted th,o most .valuable player in Uio Pa- 'clflc.Doasi'lo:\gue las-1,' year with an earhPd.rim' 'nvoracft'of 2.31, lie pass- ,edvonly-:.74, : fanned ^72- and .gave - 1 up- 1 20'4 hits . in 815 innings. M« dirin i click-last year whon he was called up; frohi.Louisville and- was option- ed'to-; San Diego in a trade that br.'oughVnick Ncwsomc to tlie Sox. ,-? Lindell, another righthander, won 23:.gahios against: four defeats for i the' KOAV '.York Yankoes* Newark "farm 'c)ub in the Intcrna-tional 'TeAguq/^nnd "on top of that notched three. 1 more .wins- in the play'-o(Vs. Hc. ; ra>tes" as as one of tho grcatest 'piiichers. to. come out of the minors and. is'assure bet to slick with the Yanks'.- He compiled an earned run of 2;0ri .in 31 garner aiul 228 .innings .with: 52Avalks and 100' strikeouts. •ftmhree, HollingsNvorllv and nick- son all registered 21 A'ictori'o.s, 15m- , 6niy llvo games for Wllltbs- • notching an ama/lng mark of 1 . 1.02. -A slrikc- :.'tiu't,kMng,"hc may help the Cleveland Miahs^nir the breach^, loft when ; i3o:bi^v-.FeJ)er .joined i.he'navy. 15m- ^rce ^cVVan• 'Kcnstfcrn Innguo .record : :'fb'f^strikeouts with' 2JJ In 231 in- Jl n.j jigs-:-.and with,' eight shutouts, 'share/I--another standard with Mel Queen -pf .BJngljamton, now up with A number of. the members of the •plant pr.o4.eMion division of the BrlstolV Company, under the • .direc- .ol!l.ehier Gcorgo B. 'Lewis, in-; the apparatus" at'lho'-Maple street,, Jire house ^'cslerday ai!t.cr-. ; n.p,on. -anti', were, in'stmc.tcd *Jr> the 'use/of ehuipmeiit by Chief John .1. Sltei'idaji arid '-his assistants. • ". ^The'Bristol groxjp;^have•' been re-, 'ce'lvln'g 'instructions in 1 -- fire •fi.ght- -ing from\Licut. James Ji Grant arid Driver S.canlon .for soyeroJ .weeks -,pa;s.t.''a ; nd ; yesterday's; visit was for :tne purpose . of-'acquainting them with the Naugatuck .apparatus in 'colae- the local 'depar.UTjepi,/is Galled •ia'iter'"io. the BrlstoJ plant. ; . . .. • St. Peter^urg, Pla., March" 30— >/y_p) —The B.oston Bed Sox were .biank.edV^-Q, .yesterday 'by th e ; »e- 'V.JAii '(Tio-Ar.ti '.'•'•. ,: - "•• • •••' - • ••••'.. .: Probably the most outist^ndlng performer in the. .Natipnal Golle- giate A, A, boxing championship* held at Baton Rouge, La.,'. March 28, was Johnny Jock, light\veijht champion of the University of Florida and national ;,coll<nlai« chanip of 1911. Joca, rtnalUt again 1 this year, has: lost only two bouts in 21 intercollegiate matches.* He held 'three Golden Gloves cham- f in Cleveland before he entered' college. .;' • ( up by tho Hed.s In to. last summer, lie .had . enough sluIT, 'laft .to win Uiree and IOH!/- two, v Ho built ,an earned run mark of 3.43 'with Indianapolis. , ..' •. • '',.:/.-,< : '.'. ' Maglio .is. : a -g.iant pppspcct^ from ISlmira whenvhe.lbHt, ir>' while winning i*0 and. allowing only ^.C)7 runh pnr nine innings, llcnvas tiuj;'-'MvoM inun" .of his-' leaguo,' ,V work ing./ -W games for 270 inUittffV, *-...-•. ' :.- , 'S.butbpaW' HoilingRworth is a rbpki'e in- nsme only, llc'corncs from .where ]io clroppod only .,. He's 'been .with Cinclii- i"'1110'p.liiJs, Brooklyn and Wash- 'now^tlic Browns are 'giving"'hUn •••'the once-over because •of r ' : '.Vlii^V. : 'jy.7J earned run average last : .yeaj\ - " • • * ' ' ^Coiunrbus of the American association,'sends up Dlcksoii, a rlglit- hancJer, l.o the Cardinals, lie lost ii w.lvilo 'Tijblicr-orrningV his way through 250 innings,, fanning J53 and winning the'AA strikeout crowni He turned in 22 complete games and registered a 3.30 earned run average. -Starr, Pollct and Mngile won 20 game's.:''Pollel, like. HOllingswortb is a-sou.t.lij)'aw and a 1 rookie only in 'a •sonse. He lost only three for Jlous- to.n Vin ^-ii ; while 'compiling a i.iO •earned ru.j);.mark but was called up to-the 'Cards late last season. Ho worked-.in 1 nine games, winning five and.'losing two. ' ''-•••• Starr. Is in the same category. He'll be 35 next month and has hud clianec*:wjlh.ibe Cards, Giants and Braves, lie won"20-and dropped 15 ' with Indianapolis'- ajul when called HOLDS Notch,- ' . hold a. record for Wildcat Trail today after clipping .3-4-seoonds fr,om the marU or the i d-3 : mllc course. He blamed down I/lie trail In ;two minutns, 15 seconds . yesterday.; to win the White Mountain , ski. runners sixth nnnual Webber. Gup; ami Willis Plato races Jn a ilehl of, GO. TWO Providence, R. I,, March' .-...., —Dorotiiy .'.Leonard of WorccBler, championship.. 100-yard free-style Mass., hold the'New England senior record today after suocc'ssfuUy, defending her N. 10. A. A; A. U. title /il the Alneyvlllq Boy's cl.ub ..last nlffhl.. Miss Leonard, • Clocked ;, in \ :02J, shaved i-Jft of a second'^ff tbe,Now 13ngJand\ 1'ccord ond •$:'•i~'~]. seconds from the former- l; sou lor- mai'k, ." •' ^'-- '<'.'::• -'V--; -~ » • » •"' " "• '•• ,;•••:';• - • Sanford>..Fln., March 30 —The (Boston Braves hoped', to square mnttci's - wlth the.' Qincln- n n tl K e d s to d a y 1 n a. r c t'u r n.-, go m o of a wc(?lr-^nd series. About 1 3500 fans including ,)udgo Kcnesaw'' ; .M. Landis, watched' the Boston nluh t,aUe its fourth straight, defeat/''.us• Die Beds trounced lhem f , : 5rO, yes-.: terday at Tampa. ''...". :;'.''M:~ AIMS HAYMAKER AT £'^^'^.^n^ .%•>

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