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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              CHESTER TIMES CHESTER PA MONDAY OCTOBER 9 1033 TEN VICTORY OF THE NEW YORK GIANTS POPULAR WITH BASEBALL FANS ROMA TRIUMPHS Abe Soif cr Scores Winning Touchdown for the Red Devils TheRoma Red Devils defeated a stubborn Fifth Ward team ou the Sun field in Marcus Hook yesterday afternoon 6 to 0 Abe Soilcr former Tmnle University star carried the ball Bcros from the onefoot line in tne senators the Giants came the opening play of the final quarter ull vuh unbeatable com citcr Foma team hd been hailed m jlialfoa of Brcat piichins airtight i linn finn 1 Superiority on Mound Was Big Factor in Giants Win By STUART CAMERON NEW New York Giants baseballs ugly ducklings consigned lo nowhere in the National League pennant race were champions of Die world today and everybody knows just why In winning four out ol five from Worlds Series theshadow of the goal line time and again Rcma displayed much more agorcs Bivcneis in their attack than they did defense and turning will to win The three arc so closely bound to Bellwr that it is difficult o say whlih Item wrs most responsible T r W1JJI II IT Crimson Tide of St Heci Hjntrv however probabiy will wig but still failed to register at I pitching the nod And that will opportune times Thrice touchdown B f 11 opportunities were wasted when for ward passes were dropped by receiv ers already in the clear Marty Don ato offended in this manner in the second period and the usual reliable ends Bill Connelly and Gus Chew were both guilty of this offense in the Desperate second half The Fives coached by Jim Desmond had a scrappy ball Saturdays Rtsults New York 4 Washington 3 len innings How They Stand W L PO New York 4 1 800 Washington 1 Results of Games First K UK Wash 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 3 N y 20200000 10 PARKSIDE BOWS TO REZ21 TO 0 R r a n d e n b u r g Playing Coach for Churchmen Scores 3 Touchdowns club and were in the game all the way Roma started off to run wild and gained three consecutive first downs to take the ball to the Fitth Ward twentyyard stripe right after the kickoff but the attack ended inches short of a first down The first quarter found Roma threatening again but the tide turned near the end of this period by a beautiful run on the part of X Zorskis and two accurate passes by Henderson Placed on the defensive the hard charging forward vail of the Red Devils came to the front and took the ball on downs inside the fifteen yard stripe That was the last offensive threat made by the Fives and they were concentrating on standing oft the home teams ruch throughout the balance of the game The Roma team clicked in team like fashion with most of the glory being divided equally Frank Burks punting and passing Mike Richards line charging Marty Donatos speed and Heinz NacrclHs generalship Heinz was badly all riht for certainly the Giants never would have won had not the mighty Carl Hubbel and his mates shackled the Senators batsnvn For that matter the pitching of Earl Whilehill in the one game won by the Senators may be submitted in evidence His fivehit masterpiece in the third series only emphasizes how little progress a club can make without dependable mound work The Giant Infield even with the trickkneed Travis Jackson unable cover as much ground as a third baseman should played magnifi cently Particularly brilliant was Hughie Critz second baseman CrlU made half a dozen stops that cut off hits and choked Washington rallies In the outfield Moore Davis and Ott defied Washington batters to drive one past them Those who scoff at spirit on a pro fessional team must have learned their lesson from Uic Giants Be cause it was spirit that made them a great team instead of merely a good one Blondy Ryan whose now famous telegram to manager Terry In midseason lifted the Giants from what threatened to be a fatal slump is a fine example of what a blazing will to win can do to a player Ryan at best is only an ordinary shortstop and a weak hitter Yet he went through the series with only one error in 30 chances many of them Batteries Stewart Russell Thomas and Scwcll Washington IlubUell and Mancuso New York McFADDENAND REGAN STARS St Charles of Clifton Is Winner Over the Passion Club of Phila 17 to 0 Second Game R H E Wash N Y 00100000 5 00000600 10 Batteries Crowdcr Thomas Me Coll and Sewcll Washington Schu macher and Mancuso New York Third Game HHE 00000000 5 0 21000010 1 Batteries FUzsimmons Bell and N Y Wash Mancuso New York Whilchill and Seivell Washington Fourth Game RIIE New 0001000000 11 1 0000001000 B 0 Batteries Huhbcll and Mancuso stood out all day Heinz v as b u d278 whlch was shaken up and was taken out in the fa u thall first half but m time to I of tne othcr guide Roma s scoring diivc Tom Washington sluggers could do Latch Gus Chew Johnny Beeisoi nc New Yo rk vi ct or y in fiv c games and Sal Grieco played fine ball for oRVred new proof that baseball the winning team purely a business venture though i The work of Mitchell at tackle was s one of the features of the game the big Fifth Ward lineman breaking up many of the Roma scoring plays and Stav being an inspiration to his team 5n sporting than If they many New York Weaver Russell and Scucll Washington Fifth Game RIIE 020001000 11 1 Vash 0000030 00 10 0 Batteries Schumacher Luque and Mancuso New York Crowder Rus ell and Scwell Washington Fifth Game Figures Paid attendance 28454 Net receipts Advisory Councils share Each clubs share Each leagues share Fivegame Totals Paid attendance 104076 Net receipts Advisory Council 510190175 Players share Each clubs share Ervch leagues shjvre Resurrection yesterday won an easy victory from Parkslde by the score of 21 to 0 at Resurrection field The Rex goal was not In any danger at any time during the game while the Parksiders gave all they had to try stopping the Churchmen from a worse defeat In the first half neither team scored the ball being mostly In mid field and little action was seen aside from good punting by each eleven In the second half the Rez team pulled out and within three minutes after the whistle Coach Brandenburg carried the ball six times for Resur rections first touchdown Again Brandenburg carried the ball across for the extra point In this same quarter Johnny Ballod got away for a thirty yard run for the second touchdown and threw an easy pass to Brandenburg for the extra point The last quarter also had its thrills with MacNivcn going around the ends for long gains after which he also scored with Brandenburg hitting the line for the extra point and again with just ten seconds to play Mac Nlven went around right end for the longest run of the game when he go asvay for a sixty yard run taking th ball within inches of the Parksidi goal after this play the game being over Resurrections victory was largely due to their heavy line and brcakin open holes whenever this necdec Parksides failure was due to thei backs not clicking the way they ex HagenGlutting Win in Campbell Day Observance The St Charles C C hit their tride yesterday when they defeated he strong Passon A A by the score f 17 to 0 by virtue of two touch downs and a field goal by Cy Mc adden from the 30yard line The first touchdown was made by Bob Regan who incidentally just irrived from St Louis University morning and asked Coach affett for a chance to play with he Delaware county champions After a thrilling 47yard run to the 3yard line and a subsequent line suck to score the first touchdown the second came after a beautiful run by Regan from the 40yard line and an offtackle thrust by Husky Burke from the 10yard line with Gus Werner adding both extra points with beautiful placement kicks The St Charles line completely outplayed the visitors holding them to one first down to nine for the Saints showing that old scrap that has made thsm famous throughout the county In the fourth quarter after a futile attempt to crash the Passon defense Cy McFaddcn made use o his educated toe to boot a field goal from the 30yard line The kick was a beautiful placement soar ing over the goal posts with plenty tojspare The game came to a con clusion shortly afterwards Lowering skies and high wind failed to turn back the large gallery which invaded the Sprlnghaven Club yes terday afternoon to witness the Andy Campbell Day exhibition match featuring Walter Hagen Char lotte Glutting Sam Byrd and Mau reen Orcutt For a time high wind and impending rain threatened to stop the match at the 12th hole but along about the 15th the skies cleared to allow the play to go on unham mates played fine ball for the invaders Roma A C Fifth Ward Vercoe L EC Riches the world series a hippodrome Fo example they could have allowed Senators to win Saturdays game Then the clubs would have moved onto New York where a crowd of KlineL T T Mitchell 55 ooo would have poured something like into the treasuries of the rival clubs and leagues NEW YORK Oct M Johnson Terry manager o the New York P ponato Grieco Lenzi Latch Chew Nacrelli Burk M Donato M Richard L GBcdodsky c Carrigan Snyder Richie R G R T R E Q B L H B R H B F B Terrys salary The young manager is now receiving annually That was a home run you made son but it was worth it Stoneham told Mel Ott in congratu lating the young ballplayer who ended the series with a fourbase blow in the final game Stoneham explained that had the series continued the New York and pected and Riving the Rez a chance to break up their plays In this game the entire Resurrection squad of 22 men saw action all of which have earned a position on the team Resurrection Tarksulc Walkerleft end Wood Calhounleft tackleEwald Lcary left guardStrichner Maguire center Tayler Lippright guardJoy Krause right tackle Smith Smith right end Curry Srandenburg quarterback McBride MacNivcn left halfbackSwartz Panco right halfback Williams BallodfullbackCadwright Resurrection S C0 0 14 Parkside A A 0 0 0 Baliod MacNivcn Points after Brandenburg 3 Grace for Krause Murray for Smith Klutz for Lipp Parkside Johnson Coulter Cape Notre Dame Citadel Head P M C Time of minutes SI Charles C C Dekowitch Smith Werner Jim Cleary Slierm Joe Cleary Yarnall Jordan Passon A A Emerson Szymanski pered Darkness however was quite a hazard by the time the champion foursome and faithful gallery ap proached the home green In honor of the 25 years of Andy Campbells connection with the Wal lingford organization Walter Hagen and Charlotte Glutting paired oft agUnst Sam Byrd and Maureen Or cutt in an 18hole exhibition match which was refereed by Andy him self and Gordon Mickey Cochran and followed by such luminaries as Ed Dudley Frances Williams and other outstanding linksmen and linkswomen who came yesterday to take part in the celebration The match itself was slow and un eventful The Hague recently re turned from a trip abroad was not up to his best and neither was Miss Orcutt who seemed to lack the pep and fire of her former visits to Springhaven Sam Byrd Yankees outfielder and one of the longest drivers of a golf ball fn the world was in top notch form but the wind kept down the yardage of his shots considerably although his play was wellnigh faultless and evoked the applause of the gallery on more than one occasion Miss Glutting New ants were not sensational but the spirit and color of the performance added to the sporadic spurts of bril liant golf shown on every hole by one player or another made the afternoon a sporty and most enjoy able one for all on hand Going out Byrd and Orcutt led their opponents by one hole but fell down miserably on the last nine finishing the 18 holes 6 down The first few holes lew back and forth between the opposing teams Hagen and Glutting annexing the first third and seventh while the ByrdOrcutt team won the second sixth eighth and fourth and fifth both being split Coming home was the tough going for the losers who dropped nearly every hole on the way in to finish the match 6 under Byrd still re tained his power drive and unerring putting but they were both a little dulled by the long play of the after RIDLEY BEATEN BY LOWER MERION Ardmore Aces Run Rough Shod Over Conference Rivals in Annual Tilt noon and lacked the Frank Coflman Harvey Buek and Tom McMahon led a powerful of fensive which brought victory to Lower Merion High 44 to 0 over Ridley Park High at Ardmore Satur day Coffman scored three times and Buek and McMahon each counted twice with Buek also adding two extra points Coffman scored on a line buck from the 2yard line after Lower Mericn had moved the ball 65 yards on twelve plays following the opening kickoff McMahon scored the next two sixpointers in the opening period the first on a 3yard plunge He scored again when his teams kickoff went into the Rid quality that marked his recordtying round of 69 over the Springhaven course last Thursday Only once on the 17th tee did he fully unleash ley Park end zone where the winners taUied in the second quar alter Me d the p lidpetrolledo n it the TOO mark On the 195Syrd sixth hote Trtth green well protected with pits and IP lalri hit hull within thrpp e pin Wa Lower Merion scored i 20 points 37 yards around LE LT L G Leonard C Williams R G Warren R T Lakin Marline QB Steinbisher McFaddcnL H BDell Fraatz RHB Postos Loeb F B Gegan St Charles 7 0 0 Passon 0 0 0 Substitutions for St Charles C C Regan Faccillio Wallace Gallagher Doyle McGuire Folgia Manley Kilbride Kennedy Farlipa Agatone for Passon A Mullholland Lindsay ODonnell Carpenter Longen McGowan Referee Catholic U McGarry Dayton U Field Judge Jordan Dartmouth Head Linesman Villanova ST CHARLES RES IN EASY VICTORY Jersey youthful golfer who has been crashing the headlines lately by vir ture of her spectacular play in the Leslie Cup matches in New York played a spirited and forceful game yesterday and added greatly to both the appearance and the calibre of the exhibition Gross scores of the four contest with the wind behind him he drove the Ridley Park 13 and Buek scored to within easy chipping distance of Coffman scored the green I the final sixpointer on a Hyard At the turn Maureen Orcutt was i rniiDD credited with 39 Byrd with a 36 b v Lower Merion Skey L E L T L G Hagen with 38 and Miss Glutting with 39 The tables were turned however shortly after going into the Gaul eleventh hole Miss Orcutt flashing Harcley at odd intervals some of that cham Miller CAdams pionship force was forced to come Erwin in 48 Byrd finished with a 39 Hagen Titlow with a 25 and Miss Glutting likewise J MacMahon Ridley Park Wendler McFate Betsch C with a 39 R GBeatty R TScott R E Singley Q BDontaq L H BRousak PIKE RIVALS IN Sweeney over the Washington Senators may Zorksis receive a new contract with a Sidlow boost in pay for his victory big Roma A C 0 Fifth Ward 0 Substitutions Schoen Soifer Newlin Farraday E Richard Fabris Crabtree Tarrone Beerson Green berg Fanant Fifth T Johnson E Johnson Babicki Kasper Henderson Olemchak Owens Leonard Rupnik Penn State Tem ple Drexcl Time of minutes HAVERFORD HIGH WINS CLOSE TILT BiiUck Gants winners of the world series Washington clubs would have divided 1 that amount We could use the money too said Stoneham These onesided series dont give the club owners much but Im satisfied The New York club today began the task of returning S900QO advanced by fans for the unplayed game here Sunday 0 6 6 It was reported today that Charley 0 Stoneham president of the Giants J nnd substitute a new docu ment covering five years and raising SCORELESS TIE P M C SUPPORTS NRA PROGRAM Lieutenant Conner Voices Public Opinion for Grid Schedule MEDIA WINS WITH KRAUSSE PITCHING Joe Cave and Freddie Wellcr were the offensive stars as Haverford Higli brushed aside Norristown 60 before 2000 fans Saturday afternoon at Hav erford The Fords outplayed the visi tors by a wide margin but could not click within the scoring zones Nor ristown registered its only first down late in the fourth quarter while Hav erford was accounting for 14 In the second quarter Joe Caves pass to Leroy Plank worked for 19 jards and put the ball on Norris towns 32 Weller made 8 around end and almost singlehanded carried the ball to the 4 where Cave tossed to Bill Stokes in the end zone for the touchdown JUST LIKE METZGER John Carroll University Cleveland has a guard of the watch charm variety patterned after Bert Metzger the famed Notre Dame midget He is Louis Duchez a 150 pounds guard weighing only Selections AT LAUREL Circle Sarilia Willet Gen lima Prince Tokalon JcsscI Royal Douiton Blackcock Kings Minstrel Laurel Miss Con Amore Hope To Do Fingnl Pompanius Aegis Kindacorn Basket Olamay Replevin Best Medias sporting warriors won n game of baseball and lost n game of football over the weekend This fin ishes the diamond sport for the year snd starts the gridiron game on the go in the County Seat The Media baseball team behind the airtight pitching of the County Seats own product Lew Krausse routed the Media A A champs of he Main Line on Saturday after noon at the Media field before a apacity crowd The final count was 2 Lew allowing but 3 hits The Media Hurricanes after a rec rd run of wins finally lost the nod o one of thei rarchrivals Jasper A A of South Philadelphia The game played yesterday on the Media Bowling Green field was a rough andtumble affair to put it lightly as the fight and battle of affray has been uncqualed in the las year on a Media field Within scoring distance more thai once Media lacked the power to pusl the oval across the border The Jns pers however made good use o their reenforced team to pnck th touchdown territory twice One o these sixpointers was made when lateral pass by Izzy Kaufman sta Hurricane was intercepted on th Jasper 13yard line and carried for 87 yards acrors the wide white stripe Despite the fact that the big boys of DELAWARE TOPPLES BALTIMORE 26 TO 0 NEWARK a sensational ouchdown from the kickoff the Uni ersity of Delaware was off to a good tart in its opening game of the sea on Saturday which finally resulted n a 26toO victory over the Uni ersity of Baltimore Baltimore kicked off to Kemske who were hurled at aught the ball on Delawares goal wall but little inc Kemske started down the field but passed the ball to Green who re the field and raced 90 yards or the touchdown While on the defensive most of the time Baltimore held Delaware safe the remainder of the first half The visitors were weak on the offense making but one first down during the entire game Delaware scored two more touchdowns on the third quarter and one in the fourth In the third quarter Delaware con tinued to drive nt the visitors line nnd the quarter was but a few min utes old when Green on an off tackle play was through for a 40yard run nnd the Blue and Golds second touchdown Green who had missed the first kick after touchdown booted The football fans of the Chester pike district were treated to a game of real football yesterday afternoon at Leedom Field when the G O P of Prospect Park and the Glenolden Bears played sixty minutes of red hot football Led by Augie Roberts the Bears presented a formidable array of college and pro stars Time after time the passing combination of Roberts to Kearney placed the oval in the Prospect territory but due o the quick intervention of little Joe Yorke and his playmates the rally was squelshed Rube Rowles the six foot three fullback of the Republican clan started the fire works by booting the pigskin far into the enemy domain Shinberg was stopped in his tracks and from then on it was give and take neither team penetrating the others twenty yard stripe Successive line bucks spinners and reverse plays THIRD VICTORY FOR ESSINGTON GRIDDERS Buck C T MacMahon Madden R H B Fuilerton I Coffman F BSaeman Sore by periods I Ridley Park 0 0 0 Lower Merion18 620 0 The Essington Huskies continued TouchdownsT MacMahon 2 their winning streak when they rolled Cofrmari 3 Buek 2 Point after up their third consecutive victory yestouchdownBuck 2 Substitutions terday afternoon taking the Triple A p Mjuer for Roe for Miller of Collmgdale into camp by the score mh lor J MacMhon Gau for of 14 to0 McFate Davis for Wendler Rousak The St Charles C C Reserves added another aspirant for the class B championship to their list when they took the Chester Ramblers into camp by the score of 44 to 0 on Kent Field Clifton Heights before a crowd of 2000 ardent fans The Saints unleashing a unique running and diversified passing game scored almost at will and showed superiority early when after four minutes of the game had elapsed Captain Pepper Dodds rounded the end for 35 yards and the initial score of the game The team s a whole clicked In fine fashion and their goal line was never in danger They scored 15 first downs to their opponents one and that was awarded to them on a penalty St Chas Reserves Chester Ramblers W Lindsay left end Szymurski Padley left tackleKocopy Leigh left guard Carpi the Joe Bears forward Yorkes pupils were unable to gain with any degree of success The Roberts coached ag gregation attempted few straight line plays concentrating on their aerial attack The second half was a repetition of the first the old pigskin taking a beating by successive changes from the Bears to the Elephants the turf beyond the twenty yard stripe was foreign to both teams but between these markers the battle of the cen tury took place For Prospect the work of Brcwster former Penn State wingman stood out while Kearney the sunburned flash from V J was the neatest piece of end playing ever witnessed on the local grid Roberts showed much of his old time form which HLindsay center Summers McGoldrick right guard JOakpin Crawford right tackle Dominic J B Lindsay right endRippey Devine quarterback S Oakpin Worrell left halfback Trafa Doods iCapt right halfback Guzek Cognizant of existing economic conditions the athletic officials of Pennsylvania Military College co operating with other institutions of learning in supporting President Roosevelts NRA program decided at a meeting this week to bring the admission price for all football games on the home campus this season to a level that would sJfford opportunity to supporters of college football and particularly those of this city and county interested in P M Cs grid iron warriors to witness home con tests We realize said Lieutenant Clar ence Conner treasurer that there are many staunch supporters of P M C athletics who felt that the admission price of good years was too high when general conditions were taken into consideration We appre ciate the support accorded in past years seek a continuance of patron age and after due consideration have decided that efforts on our part to ward increasing attendance at home games this season would meet witt greater results if some inducemen was offered the patrons and the ac tion as stated was decided upon P M C unlike other colleges ha a small student body with the resul that the athletic coach experience considerable difficulty in getting to 12 minutes Ic was one of the best contests of for Bcatty Lavin Penn the early season with the home team umpireHerzog F and M Head supplying the necessary punch in the linesmanCollins Time of periods first and third quarters both coming after sustained attacks that ended with CMS and Brennan going over or the scores An offense that worked smoothly and featured the line crashing of Mahler the Huskies fullback started rom the opening kickoff and rolled POTTSTOWN Oct Taking ad up five firs downs to place the oval vantage of its only real scoring op deep in the invaders territory A portunity Prospect Park High pushed Miller fullback Swede Media went through the visitors for the first quarter they could not fol low their advantage in the subse quent sessions to score The game ended with the heretotorerarelyde feated Hurricanes on the wrong end of a 12toO count which makes up in part for the trouncinc the Jaspers this time for the extra point Coach Charlie Rogers then sent in his entire second team and the re servrs started an air offense against Baltimore that carried the ball to the 20 from where OCpnnell broke through to run the distance for a touchdown The second eleven continued its air attack nnd had soon worked the ball deep into Baltimores territory again nnd Harkncss substitute quarter drove through the line for the fourth received at the hands of Media last touchdown Hill kicked the goal for stamped him as an allAmerican while at Western Little Joe Yorkc the former pupil of Harry Strudhler St Charles Res 19 Chester Ramblers 0 18 0 0 PROSPECT HIGH WINNER 7 TO 0 gcther a sufficient number of varsity players This season Jud Timm a recognized coach has a total of C2 Doods 4 Worrell B Carr 2 Manley 1 Point after 1 Manley 1 Sub Natale B Carr E Carr McDonald McShane Koch For Ramblers Sweeney Smith Ref Villanova Jordan Dartmouth Head linesman Yale Time of 12 minutes players for positions on the football j 15 seasoned players the others comprising substitute ma terial Notwithstanding this handicap we have a well balanced team efficiently drilled in the fundamentals and a ong forward pass was flipped to Cliff and the speedy end nabbed it for the first score Kastor booted the extra point The second scoring drive was launched in the third quarter when a tricky triple pass was pulled for a gain of thirtyfive yards Bean Brennan caught a long forward that placed the ball in the shadow of the goal line and then the versatile Bean drove through tackle for the second score Bean also registered the extra point Collingdale tried several drives to ward the Essington goal but were turned back time and again by the sensational work of the home teams forward wall The work of Benson Keller Baxter and Cliff was out standing as this stone wall held for downs several times when the Triple A threatened Dryers kicking and the running of the Cevino brothers supplied the nucleus of the Collingdale attack Essinglon Triple A Brown left end McMullin left tackle Linehauser left guard Lane center Salter puard over a touchdown in the opening minutes of the first quarter here Sat urday and defeated North Coventry High Schools Wildcats 1 to 0 in a hardfought battle Burly Joe Coyle plunged across for the victors six pointer and Charley Hobbs con i verted the extra point with a perfect placement boot N Coventry High Prospect Park Dick MORTON WINNER OVER NOR WOOD CUBS team comparable to any that has represented the college in recent years a fighting team and one barring accidents that will make a good showing in college football ranks I Baxter right tackle Renshaw Cliff right end Huld Kastor quarterback Dryer Stetson left halfback H Cevino right halfback FCevino MahlerfullbackChilds Essington 7 0 7 Triple A0 0 0 L E Moran LeibnachL TGilbert Wade L GConway Rippel C Gudhard Hale R GForwood Boyer R T Tindle Kinchkiner R E Metzger Sweda Q B Hobbs Ralston L H BRodgers BachmanR H B OKeefe Fox F B Coyle Point after touchdowns Hobbs j i Coventry Shel lenberger for Kinckiner Knickiner for Boyer Boyer for Kinckiner Kinckiner for Shellenberger Reigner for Ralston Ralston for Reigner R Fox for Ripple Grady for Ralston Shellenberger for Kinckiner Kinck iner for Boyer NOTRE DAME HELD TO SCORELESS TIE SOUTH BEND Ind Oct eleven from the University of Kansas surprised Notre Dame Saturday by 0 outplaying the Ramblers and holding 1 Brennan 1 them to a scoreless tie in their open this season I Point after Bren ing game before 20000 spectators at Our schedule is what is considered nan Brennan Notre Dame Stadium hard one including games with Strimmel Mulligan E Bassoe Achy f The Morton White Jackets captured a 6 to 0 victory over the strong Nor at Villanovn was the main cog in 1 wood Cubs yesterday at the Morton the G O P attack and wearied after Ball Park before a large crowd such a hard battle refused the help of one of his shock troops sticking until the final whistle pounding away at the Glenolden forwards Continuing their fucd with the year AT FAIRMOUNT Chilia Jessie Coppagc Ruth Jelinck Jr Transpro Mincqua Sweep Sporting Maudic Wigrosi False Piety The ludse Inarage Giblon Ormonlime Crown ed Head Judge Dircnzo Bounder Struck Kave Scope West Jolly Pat Astrakhan Best AT JAMAICA Hoan Twidscis Snoops AppomaUox Wrack dale i Lights De Vacra General A Cincse Custom Brown Witch Message Sweeping Light Cohort Miss High Straitjacket Frigate Bird Best MESSAGE MCORKINGDALE TO BOX PERRONI IN N Y jnswell as the the extra point Dclarware she fid attack after the second quarter with the reserves showing up equally county teams the Republican Club plays the Triple A of Coilingdale next Sunday at Leedom Field Prospect Park G O P Glrnoldcn Kearney Bailey Collenbush left guard Kinsey Buck center Schccklcr After five minutes in the opening period Dagg Mortons stocky end charged in blocking Shaws attempted punt and recovering on the eighteen yard line Mitchell then swept around Army Rutgers Delaware St Jos1 White Umpire ephs acl Dickinson We are not ir Head bued with the idea that the P M C Time of mm team is going to ride rough shod over all opposition but Timm the faculty cadet corps and those who have wit nessed the few scrimmage games in which the boys have participated HARVARD TRIUMPHS OVER BATES 33 TO 0 YALE HARD PRESSED NEW HAVEN Conn Oct inauguration of Yales new football regime under Reggie Root and in the full attacking panoply of Notre Dame was not quite the new deal that had been looked for A light but spunky little Maine preparatory to the opening game with CAMBRIDGE Mass Oct eleven that pulled the wool over the West Chester Teachers College on ard opened its season Saturday with eyes of the Eli flanks and secondaries October 14 urc optimistic snd conn i tt dent thatthe Cadets will make a satisfactory showing and may sur prise some of their opponents a fivetouchdown 330 victory over with its deceptive spinners and re Bates verses and a strikingly successful The Cambridge first team playing forwardpassing barrage held tha through a little more than half the stalwart Blue team to a 147 verdict nt Hunter left end K showed a strong diversi Bamosky left tackleC right end with perfect interference to The boys have that necessary l crossed Bates goal Hne once the three yard line Steigleman on a courage and fighting spirit are posby ingans of its rushing game before cross buck taking it over with Vitullis jessed of knowledge of the fundarepiacements were inserted Three attempted placement being blocked mentals imparted by a mentor recogoi tne crimsons scores were made Ricldagh played a great game for the nized for his ability and are ready by the completion of long forward HAVERFORD BEATEN 60 Haverford o the losers Norwood Engle Morion left end Dage NEW McCorklndale PRINCETON ROUTS AMHERST BY 400 heavyweight champion of South Africa will make his American debut tonight when he faces Patsy Per roni rugged Cleveland battler in a PRINCETON N J Oct tonround bout at Madison Square tons 1933 edition of a football team Garden The show will mark the j came from under cover Saturday and opening of the indoor boxing season moved with relentless precision over KaurTnKm right guard Gyslmg JR shisler left tackle Palmer Griffiths right tackle Bowen Etton left guard Ha tner Brcwster Sinclair right end Sloan Tlcr centcr qujinerbacK Roberts D right guard Shuhart eft halfback p RcnoWs Smith gridiron for their CALIFORNIA WINS FROM ST MARYS lost the inital 60 to the Earl on the one hun of the college twica BERKELEY Dromltler quarterback Vitullis 0 0 0 Riddagh left halfback Mitchell 0 0 sloan righthalfback Cox fullback Steigleman Prospect Park G O PO Glenolden 0 the Garden promises to at the grass of Palmer Stadium to bury Prospcetr Park G o P Julian BlcshMoton ttorifilirrTrtriiniirf A ft trt H jlvlVJiLVJ tract a large crowd McCorkindale has shown to con siderable advantage in his training Amherst 40 to 0 In more ways than the score shows j was the debut of Princeton for the w jiviuiLVjn D U U 0 O Staucoslki Swanser Gordon Norwood 0 0 0 Yorke Rowles bouts at Summit N 1 and is exj year impressive As the afternoon pcctcd to extend the hardhitting i wore along Princeton kept sending Pcrroni In his last fight in Europe in players and there was a the South African champion rcgisj similarity ntnonp thrm all torct a knockout triumph over Larry j drove hard blocked hard ran hard Gains i nnd thry played vkh an obvious ap Pcrvoni hs shown in New York petite for football only once but his bow was aui As a result the orangehatted Welsh W Bailey T Renolds Referee Substi McQuade Bowd Bradley Singer Norwood HMd Hayes Hoskin Drumhiller First Head Lincsmanorai j g Norwood 5 powerfm ever to wear the I r TilMn ton Penn p 1 r i They j catholic U Time of pcriodslo min downsMorton u i Coach Moreys team made five first downs but only one by rushing Calif Oct I Harvard accounted for nine first a finish that sent 60000 downs fans imo a frenzv Californias re Tom Nazro tallied twice on passes jiivenated Bears cams from behind from Harry Wells and late in the to unset St Marys 1413 Saturday game Ben Scales 25yard pass to On the short end of the count until Crocker in the end zone accounted the final three minutes of play the j for another touchdown Blue and Gold warriors who lost to Santa two weeks ago fought their way to victory behind the smashing play of a substitute left halfback Floyd Blower to put the ball across BACK IN FOLD F O E Eancinfr and special evening Oct 13 1933 for members and their friends 25c Ladies 15c Hoppc cue said hcfc he had rejoined the St Marys team touted as the most PENN STATE IN ROMP Referee Cook P M C Umpire i Blue colors of the little college McCall Norwood Field Rod coached by Slip Madigan was backed gors Morton Head linesman Sibole up on its own 16yard line spicious inasmuch as he scored a band went home in the twilight ju Taking to the air for two touchdowns convincing victory over Isidore Gas ilantly playing In Princeton Town 1 and rushing their way through the STATE COLLEGE Pa Oct Time of minutes tanaga the hardhitting Spanish battler Because of his showing against Gastanaga Perroni is fav ored to turn back the South African AT WASHINGTON PARK Bright Brustigcrt Safe antS Sound Choice Kicvctle Choko loskee Memory Dunes Phantasimc Cadet Shuffle Off Prince Charto Majrnifico Desert Call Social Service Pcedco IEHIGH HARRIERS ACTIVE BETHLEHEM A strong squad including several letter men re sponded to Coach Morris Kanalys call for crosscountry at Lihigh The harriers will open their sea son October 21 at Penn State The schedule Oct State at State Col Ve Have A Team Six touchdowns ind four extra points gave strong backing to this claim Five sophomores carried the ball across the line for Uie touchdowns lomer Spafford made two The Scxtin His Last Tar ford Water tBclrJJAKCOASX November Haverford at Haver Collegeville 22 Iiuiu ji uismus L uonegcviiic Lafayette at Easton 27 MidAtlanti Championships at New York line for two other tallies the Penn State football team opened its sea son by defeating Lebanon Valley Col lege 32 to 6 The repeated line gains of Sigel right half were larpely responsible four others were scored by Garry Le for States two touchdowns in the Van Pepper Constable Paul Pauk first half while recovered punts nnd nnd Gil Lea They came ns the repasses enabled Knapp and Rathmell suit of prsncs of laterals and of to tally in the last half GLEDHILT COAST CHAMP straight and dodging running Frank OHora and Jim sophomore candidates for the State eleven entered Penn Lebanon Valley scored early in the game when Fccser tossed to Smith OHora NVho counted from the 17yard line Penn State Leo Sexton Olympic shot put from the same high school in a small champion has come out of a short town in the coal region yet are not retirement and expects to compete related Both played regularly on in the big indoor msets this year in the freshman team last year Ithe colors of the New York A C FRANCISCO Oct Glcdhill Santa Barbara Cal today held the Pacific Coast tennis fliampionship He defeated Lester Stocfen o Los Angeles 36 46 64 97 63 Glcdhill paired with Miss Etobeth Ryan of London to win the mixed doubles title from Stoefen and Miss Babcock Marble retained her corst womens singles title by defeating Miss Dorothy Round of England 64 61 but Miss Round and Miss Mary Hecley won the womens doubles crown from Elizabeth Ryan and Miss Marble 16 fi2 64 W IN LAUREL RACE special race in which Winooka Australian sprint champion will meet three or four ol the Easts leading horses was ar ranged here If successful in this test Winooka will match strides with C V Whitneys Equipoise at Belmont Park November 7 Thr test race will be run October 20 at Laurel Among those ikely to oppose Win ooka arc Jamestown Character Con Amorr and Marooned The Mary land State Fair Association agreed to ofter a purse of S2500 for the ccynt which probably vrtU be at six fur1 longs tional Billiard Association and would go on tour for the 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