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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              CHESTER TIMES CHESTER PA MONDAY OCTOBER 9 1033 ELEVEN ORANGE AND BLACK COME THROUGH WITH WIN ST ROBERTS LOSES VICTORY FOR CHESTER HIGH Orange and Black Comes Through With Win Over Paulsboro Ollie Robinsons Chester High school football team discovered an evasive little issue on Saturday af ternoon that they have been search ing high and low for during the past two years That certain thing is a scoring punch and the discovery was made by halfbacks Horace Dezzi and Jimmy Lewinstein who personally carted across the two scores that en abled the Orange and Black to de feat Paulsboro High school up at Smedley Junior Highs new athletic field The score was 13 to 0 and be lieve you folks it marked the new era for the local school Last year Wes Major blocked two kicks to give the locals a witi over the same school 12 to 0 but this years scoring was the result of a versified and clever attack the part of the gridiron machine from Ninth SUN VILLAGE BEATS OUT LLOYD 13 TO 0 After holding Sun Village score less In thc first three quarters the Black and White of the Lloyd A C bowed in defeat to the Villagers 130 At no time in the game did the Lloyd club threaten the Village goal line Lloyd getting but 2 first downs to the Clairmens 13 The first period was a punting duel between Hoi Letourneau and Hcrm Sweeney and Sweeneys punts kept the Lloyd bunch with their backs to the wall throughoutthis period in BOBBIES BOW TO HEAVY RIVALS Green and White Warriors From St Roberts Lose at Norristown St Roberts High journeyed to Nor ristown on Saturday and were not only surprised by thc St Patricks STHEDWIG KNIGHTS DELCHESTER CHAMPS St Hcdwivj Knights won the Del Chester Lean IKchampionship by de feating FclUiiiviUo 8 to 3 The box St lleclwifr Darlak 1 Batts 1 r h o a c the second period Desmonds men High but were decisively beaten by made a desperate attempt to score by heaving pass after pass by a Village j back wrs either there to knock down or intercept them the half ended with the ball in midfield When thc teams came back for the second half Clare had his first backfield in thc game but this period like thc first was a failure as far as of 19 to 0 The game was it McCawlcy Field before u large crowd St Roberts kicked oft to St Pat ricks and Campbell halfback ad vanced thj ball to the fortyeight yard line On four line plays the Cstcinerych c ChonlMak if BotaneU Ib J ss Kownlcwski cf L Commiskry rf Stryeznicwirs p 1 a 1 0 1 1 0 10 1 I 0 4 1 0 1 0 PROSPECT PARK HIGH TOPS NO COVENTRY Prospect Park High School under the able direction of Coach AuRustln won their second football game from North Coventry on Saturday The game was a close one from be ginning to end but showing Pros pects superiority In training Sev eral penalties were Indicted upon both Jj j tennis for incomplete passlng and foul i play which wns done by the Noilh Coventry Those outstanding for Prospect wero Okeefe Hodfjers Coyle and Hobbs with Gilbert and Conway of i the line ably assisted while Sweda i and Hiuhman starred for thc North Coventry team I 8 27 9 1 GARNET ELEVEN HELD TO DRAW Swartlunore in Hard Fought Came With Dick inson Punting Features For the fourth time in twenly hree games played between thc two colleges Dickinson and Svvarthmore plnyed to a tie on the hitters grid Iron where they bullied to a score lew stalemate Hudirdny uKernuon TcUunviilc Biard rf c ILlll WH iwnt TTnnK I Norristown team placed the pigskin s a score was concerned as the Lloyd 1 on the St Roberts tenyard line i Atkins If line always buckled as the Villagers NVhere Campbell circled left end for i Duhn Jb and Parker The first score came before the fans had time to get settled after came within scoring distance The last quarter was just a minute old when on a fake end run Jimmy the first score of the game He then kicked the extra point The Bobbies received and Buckley the halftime intermission Horace Campbell carrying the ball Jimmy Dezzi ran the kickoff back to his own taking it over for the score m an i 1 r i nrr frv 1 i VtUl V LA4 Campbell tossed a beautiful lateral i gaincti twenty yards on thc return pass to McMaster who twisted and Hannum and Sullivan made ten dodged and when he was finally yards each arid the bail rested on brought down the ball was on the Lloyd eightyard line a 45yard sprint and then with Palmer and thirtyfive yard line In two plays this same Dezzi and Johnny Gorham the plunging fullback picked up fifteen yards and a first down A line plunge lost two yards and Han nigan dropped back to his own forty and threw a twentyyard forward pass to Dezzi who shook off two wouldbe tacklers and then sprinted the remaining forty yards down thc sideline to register Chesters first 1933 touchdown Chester was content with these six points until late in the last quarter when Kasperskt tackled Cowgill so hard after the Paulsboro safety man had taken a Hannigan punt that the ball slipped from his hands and Sparkplug Dallas recovered on the Paulsboro 43yard line The HanniganDezzi pass combina tion picked up a first down and Jimmy Levinstein found a hole on the Paulsboro right flank for eleven yards and another first down Han nigan flipped another accurate for ward to his pal Horace and as it lacked two yards for a first down Lewinstein promptly made the neces sary yardage Johnny Gorham came to the fore at this juncture and spun through a nice hole for six yards and Jimmy Lewnstein then worked a beautiful I spinner play and crossed the goal line untouched by alien paws Levin Hannigan then kicked the extra point and the Chester total became the largest they have registered in three years Paulsboro opened up a varied attack in the closing minutes of the games with Maguire and Howard marching the ball to the Chester twentyyard line but their offense failed to pene trate the Chester line in spite of the fact that numerous substitutions had been made and the game ended with out any damage The first half was mostly Pauls boro with two brilliant forward pass ing attacks threatening the local goal Howard Byrd sent a niftyaerial di rectly into the liands of Rock Cris ante and the Jerseyite dashed thirty yards before being downed Bones Howard that dusky fullback inter spersed the air attack with some nice dashes off tackle and the Chester cheering section was a bit glum However the punting of Hannigan saved further worry A pass from Bill Samuels to Harry Cowgill started another attack that boded no good for the local Highlets but once again the hanicharging forward wall of Robinsons hurried an attempt to pass an dthe thrower was nailed for a tenyard loss before he could get it away The work of tJaptain Mes Major Kasperski Casmere Dallas and Bur ston stood out all day in the front line while Horace Dezzi Jimmy Lew instein and Johnny Gorham looked great carrying that pigskin Hanni gans punting was again outstand ing and his passing clicked in Al shape but he still lacked a little ag gressiveness in calling his plays Chester High Faulsboro High oft tackle play Sweeneys try for the extra point was inches short The real thrill of the game came with but three minutes to play and the ball in midfield Campbell again tossed a lateral pass but this time to Pants Flanigan who raced from this point through the entire Lloyd team for the second score Sweeneys try for point this was time good Bnldt 2b Leary Ib Carney ef Roccii rf Desmond p Panico rf c o 1 10 Prospect Park will meet Darby on 1 u ws H hnriifouglit fnuns from their home grounds Friday and as j lhp whistle with the mime both trams are yet unbeaten a good j 1Tsultlng In a punting duel Bnm r h o a e game is predicted house and Hartley did the booting 0 l Prospect Park 11 North Coventry II for the Krd Devil visitors from u Mornn left end Jjkk Carlisle The lucul team depended or 0 0 0 1 0 0 I 0 0 0 Gilbert left tackle Lien back the kicking of Dill Orr 0 0 Capt Conway left guardWade I Most thrilling of the afternoon UippU1 offensive pluy a forward Bnmhouse to Bitrtlcy htUfwa i Forward mil or right guard 0 OjpliKlleright tackle Capt Hoycr through the ilnal period Unrtlo 0 i Metzger 0 Hobbs right end qiiarlirljack Lloyd although beaten played a grand game of football and all the old Lloyd warriors were in there fighting for all they were worth Boster Ro Jand Letourneau Big Burk Winters Cauley Mahoney and OBrien work stood out for Lloyd as did that splendid line of Sun Village Al though outweighed by many pounds in the last two games have held their opponents to 3 first downs The score Sun Village Lloyd WindischLEMahoney LongLTWinters Welsh L GDurham Gordon CBostur Cocht Cauley Connors Letourneau Cunningham PalmerH B N Letourneau CampbellF BStratts Sim Village 0 00 Lloyd A C 0 0 0 Smith R G Duffy R T SweeneyR E FlaniganQ B McMastcrH B Substitutions Sun Neugbauer Casey Sachs Henassy J Windisch Weaver Toomer Lloyd Cigler Delagrande McGinley Kluse John Burk Joe Burke E Cig ler Jones Oaks St Joe Villanova Chester High Time of minutes MARPLENEWTOWN DROPS OPENER the St Patricks fortyyard line Xovsuk went oft tackle for fifteen more yards nnd the locals had a first down on their opponents twcntyfive yard murk Here a bad pass from Walsh went over Hannunis head and the Bobbies lost what later turned out to be their only chance to score when Loux recovered for St Pat ricks on their fortyyard line Coach Desmond then replaced his varsity backfield with his second stringers and although showing up exceedingly well against their much larger rivals they took a terrific physical beating Bill Connelly went in at quarter Logue and Doubet at halfbacks and Shorty Fromholtzer at fullback Connelly ran the team nicely and the kicking of Fromholt zer feature dthe play of the Chester team for the balance of the half The score at this time read St Pat icks 7 St Roberts The second half had hardly gotten nder way when St Roberts lost he ball on a fumble and St Patricks icgan a march on the Blue and 3rays goal line Campbell and Mc Kcrnon featured this fortyyard narch with the Negro again taking he ball over from the fifteenyard ine His try for the extra point vas blocked The regulars were then ent in but failed to stop the rushes of the Norristown team and were radually pushed back and McKer lon galloped fifteen yards for the final score in the middle of the last period Campbells try was blocked The work of Jack Kerns and Jay Carr stood on the line of the locals and Jack Elwood looks like a fixture on end Fromholtzer and Bill Con lelly starred for the losers and when he St Patricks whole team began rough the plucky little quarter back he was taken out by Coach Des mond St Roberts H St Patricks J Connelly left end Finley Carr left tackle Chinchllli J Kerns left guardBooth Totals 3 9 24 5 2 HAVERFORD TAKES SOCCER GAME 51 After being held to a tie score for Coyle fullbiick Fox Klncklnger i nuide u nice catch while on the run Swetia and he raced down thc sideline lor n Okeefe right halfback Rodgers left halfback Bachman Hnlston Bcchtel Time of peri minutes P P H Extra P P H Substitutions Prospect for GilbcrlTin ley for Okeefe Beck for Tinley Allen i for Moron North the first hail the Havcrford soccer i fol Boyer Ladity for Fox team broke loose in the third quar ter to register a 5 to l victory over Lafayette Saturday Haverford held the ball in Lafay ettes territory for most of the first half but was unable to score more than one goal largely due to the efforts of Scull Lafayette goalie Richie scored three goals lor Haver ford Stokes and Richie oneThe Lafayette goal was made by Winters SOX TAKi CITY TIT1K 30yard gain This piny put the ball on the Gar nets 27 Then Joe Chcvltskl tore through the line on three succcsslv plunges for 12 yards This placed Ihe ball on Swarlli irores 15 where the home boys hek Then Brunhouse made a feeble at tempt for n field from the 15 Swarthmore resumed play on H LO from where Orr iiiul Kelly mud 1 yards on line drivos The forme then punted lo Dickinsons 40 A for i few minutes to play before the end if tho half and the Garnet bucks verc slopped by the heavier upStntc ine Swnrlhmoro made good on five bnyiml passes out of eight attempts or a total of 20 jurds Nine times Dickinson tried ucihil attacks only AVO being completed for 33 yards Swarthmore out gained Its opponent from scrimmage 132 yards to 111 Young Kelly Osbourn Abrams nnd Orr were Swsuihmorc stars while Quny IJiulley Hughe Cliovlt skl and Brunhouse were in thc lime light for the visitors Swnrthmore 0 0 0 Dickinson 0 0 0 GLENNOR DEFEATS SHARON HILL 76 Lavriea perfect dropkick after El wood Wiltus tallied a touchdown In the first period enabled GlenNor High to eke out a 76 victory over Sharon Hill High on the losers field Saturday afternoon After the open Ing klckofl GlenNor took he ball ut midficld and Skillman and Wiltus featured in a sustained drive that CHICAGO Oct Mem ward pnss by Urunhouse was Interj Nowe ceptccl by Kelly for Swurlhmoie Substitutions for Bright Sprunncc lor Prest Post for Turner for Tamil nosky Kocevnn for Hrunhouse Junies for Quay Brunhouse for Kocevjm Harvey for Hughes Tom anosky for Slvess Ackcrinim for Kurtzholx KeicreeGhuscott Culholin Univer sity Temple Lines Havcrford Col lege VI LI AN OVA SCORES VICTORY IN SOUTH COLUMBIA S novn triumphed over South Carolina Saturday by 158 Rnndour going across twice The victors nuido thirteen flrst downs to eleven for South Carolina S Carolina Kpps Ituskey Foilson Shtnn carried the bull to the Siyard mark from which point the lattrv slid through center for thc score Jack Salerno blocked Wiltus punt on the 10yard mark midway In tha second quarter and Hcrbic Bass made Sharon Hills only score with an oiltackle slice ou the first play jtfiiNor H Cast mi r left end Culen Yllhuumi ODomiellL E L T bers of the White Sox ball club to After two more plays the game ended Chris Pennypacker scored three touchdowns in Spring City Highs 250 victory over MarpleNewtown High at Spring City Saturday after noon Pennypacker made his first sis pointer in the second quarter after Bower blocked a kick on the Marple Newtown 30yard Bower moved the line Frick leather to anc the Stress Major MacPherson Dallas Negovitch Blisard Kasperski Hannigan Lewinstein Dezzi Hartman Chester Faulsboro L E L T L G C R G R T R E Q B L H B R H B F B 0 0 Crisante North Whitlauf Ordille Bock GarzabelH McDonald Cowgill Byrd Samuels Howard 6 0 0 savenyard line from where Penny packer counted In the third period Spring Citj moved the ball 60 yards Penny packer going over from the fiveyare line Frick added the extra poini Pennypacker scored from the three yard line in the final psriod an Frick counted the other on a two yard plunge in the initial quarter Spring City Lots Powell Stone Stolt Noble Moser Litre Nedor clay collected each ns their share for making a clciin sweep of the city series with the Cubs Pitcher Joe Hevlng gave the Amer ican League team Its fourth strniRht win a 5 to 1 victory yesterdny be fore 24321 customers at Comlskey Park H wns nip and turk throughout nil hough neither cum got the ball within scoring distance there were several threats on end runs and passes Swarthmore got the ball on thc 22 onco when Bnmhouse fumbled one of Orrs However there was only Drodnlck C n G R T Schuppcrt Paul Kline IuCrosse Swartley Larlru Skillman Warner Sharon Hill Byrd Stahl Fisher Morrison V Salerno Ruimcy Lecd Bass Grlmberg H K Cavanaugh Riuulour Marlon Welsenbaugh H L H R H F B McM anus Miiiinlcy Hnmbrlght R Clary Brown 2 Epps Point after left taekle left guard center right iuard right tackle right end quarterback left halfback Richards right half back V Coyle fullback Chambers Bass Point after Substitu Salerno for Coyle Wagner for Chambers Atkinson for Fisher Springfield Um State Head lines P M C Time of periods minutes DKKXICL KIKVKN PREVAILS Drexel Institute defeated West Cluster Slate Teachers College Sat urday IS to 7 Both Drcxel touch downs were macta on passes Sam Potter tossed 17 yards to Charley Kuapp early in the game mid Bill Wright threw 28 yards to Harry Brcvda In the second period John Torants look a punt from Pot ter in the third period and raced 68 yards through a broken field for a touchdown Walsh Bruton Messick Elwood Hannum Captain Buckley center V Rian right guard Morris right tackle Smith right end W Ryan quarterbackLoux left halfback Campbell Bovsuk right halfback Haney Sullivanfullback McKernon for Buckley Logue for Bovsuk W Connelly for Hannum Fromholtzer for Sullivan Mack for Walsh Carroll for Elwood Shiavello for J Connelly Dolley for J Kerns McNicholas for Messick J McKernon for Haney Porter for Booth Murphy for Finley Referee Perkiomen Head linesman Allentown Prep MarpleNewtown GLENOLDEN JEWELS LOSE TO ELMWOOD left end left tackle left guard center Schnerr Shanders Broadbelt McLoughlin right guard Taylor Frick Bower right tackle right end quarterback Biacinski Sehwenk The Glenolden Jewels opened the football season on their home grounds Parker and Gardner ave nues before a banner crowd on Sun day afternoon with the Elmwood A C as opposition Up until the third quarter the only point scored was an left halfback Brown right halfback Turner Gaul I automatic safety when the Jewels Pennypacker fullback Wilde MarpleNewtown 0 0 0 0 Spring City 6 6 7 BEAVER DEFEATED BY SWARTHMORE Touchdowns Dezzi Lewinstein Goals from Substitutions Chester Gorham Walters Fisher Burston Sharp Trtix ton Bonkowski Concillo Velte Bender Maguire Penn Bell Carnegie Tech Penn Time of minutes SWAUTHMORE WINS blocked an Elmwood kick on Elm woods 20yard line and knocked it over the goal line In the last quar ter Elmwood A C completed a for ward pass and then ran an end run to score the winning touchdown The local boys made a good show ing under Coach Jiggs Malloy Elmwood A C 0 0 0 Jewels A A 0 2 0 Swarthmore College defeated the Franklin and Marshall soccer booters 2 to 1 at Swarthmore Saturday Swarthmore F and jM Moore GTaylor CaldwellR F BHoyle PiersonL F BClark Davis R F BVagda HermanC H B Woodward Swain L H BPilgrim McCurdy O S RLuckett PerkinsI S RKaponya Harlow C FShuman Hickman Ochmann O S L Howley I S LHurst Hocking Linesmen McHugh and Farraday Time of minutes and McCurdy Franklin and Marshall Shumann PLAY SCORELESS TIE Ursinus College girls big winners over the Saturday Morning Club second team last week visited Drcxel Institute Saturday and scored a 61 victory in the first intercollegiate field hockey game of the current season The game was decided on Drexels field at Fortysixth street and Hav erford avenue The left insidecenter combination of Mildred Godshall and Bertha Frances on the Collegeville eleven spelt doom to the Drexelites for Miss Frances rolled up four goals nnd Miss Godshall two for Ursinus total Only Ruth Darlington playing center forward could score for Drexel Her tally came in the first half Swarthmore College girls inau gurated their hockey season with a 72 win over the Merion Cricket Club while Old York Road sprang a sur prise by taking the measure of the Beaver College eleven 43 at Jenkin town In other league games played the Philadelphia Cricket Club which substituted almost an entire new team in the last half tied Saturday Morning Club 3all West Jersey rallied in the last half to defeat Swarthmore Club 42 and the Main line team won from the Buccaneers 20 Philadelphia Country Club won 51 from the Saturday Morning Club second team ST JOE PREP TOPS SALESIANUM LADS The St Josephs Prep football jug gernaut rolled up 31 points in the irst half to coast through for an easy 377 victory over Salesianum High Saturday afternoon before 1500 at the P R Y M C A field at forty fourth street and Parkside avenue Captain Bob Dougherty and Carlcy Furey had a regular field day in the romp tallying five touchdowns be tween them while Walt Dailey added another The Upland Boys Club opened their football season by holding the Essing ton Juniors to a scoreless tie Upland Essington Robinson Richardson Broomall Bryan left end Htitchins left tackle Benson left guard Mostcller center Mahler Lordright guard Verdon Strickner right tackle Olsen Miller right end Powers Cuelow quarterback Pearson Evans left halfback White Romo right halfback Tumal Crothers fullback Schiller Upland 0 0 Essington 0 0 SHOTTON TO REMAIN7 President Gerry Nugent of the Phil lies today again denied the now fa miliar report that Manager Burt OVERTIME SOCCER GAME The Chestnut A C Soccer Club of Chester defeated Elwyn Training School 87 in a game at Ehvyn Sat urday At the end of normal playing time the score stood 66 In the extra period that followed Elwyn took the lead but Ross equalized then two minutes from the time McDotigall smashed through the winning goal Di Pietro Day and Newsome starred for Chestnut and Murphy with Rob erts took the eye for Elwyn Chestnut A C Elwyn Marsden Goal Kribb Dineen R F B JGillespie Newsome L F BRoberts Di Pietro R H B G Gillespic Weavcr C H BDowns Day L H BLavender MacDougall O RSherry Ross I RMurphy Shotton is to bs time to Krauss CLochass thc St Louis Cardinals Wilscn I LKarl Shotton still has two years on his j Ward O LGross contract with us Nugent declared Goals for 4 admitting however that another deal involving several other players was brewing between Philadelphia and St Louis and mlgit be concluded this week Nugent has long been an admirer of Catcher Jimmy Wilson of the Car dinals who left the team before the season closed this year because of dif erences with Manager Frankie Frisch and it was believed a certainty that Time of 12 15 12 min Wilson will be included in the pcnd of Chester PRO FOOTBALL Boston 21 New York 20 Chicago Bears 10 Brooklyn 0 Green Bay 17 Portsmouth 0 Chicago Cards 3 Cincinnati 0 ing trades Ross Newsome 1 MacDougall 1 For 2 Karl 2 Rob erts penalty Lochass 2 Substitutes Watson Ref Ross PALO ALTO Calif Oct fords Cardinals defeated the Santa Clara Broncos 7 to 0 in a football game Saturday the contest MILLER FIGHTS HAMAS LOS ANGELES Oct INS Bennie Miller Los Angeles newest Jewish fight idol was a 10 to 8 fa vorite today to defeat Steve Hamas of Pnssaic N J former Penn State athlete in n scheduled 10round fight here Wednesday night PITT TRIUMPHS 21 to 0 MORGANTOWN W Va Oct Close to 30000 saw j The University of Pittsburgh defeated West Virginia Saturday 210 e gasoline wor asis o f SOME GASOLINES may equal Blue Sunoco in one or more of Blue Sunocos qualities Numerous gasoline producers earnestly try to give you everything that Blue Sunoco has But Blue Sunoco stays on the heights in public preference because it does all the things a gasoline should do and does them day in and day out in the same dependable uniform way In fact every user of gasoline should be thoroughly satisfied were every gasoline the equal of Blue THE ONLY TRUfc BIUE THE PASSWORD OF THE ROAD   

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