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Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 24, 1936, Chester, Pennsylvania CHESTER TIMES CHESTER PA FRIDAY JANUARY 24 1936 THIRTEEN CHAMPIONS TOP MAIN LINE KINGS 3431 WOLVES DEFEAT PENN WYNNE FIVE Delris First Half Champs Top Main Line Champs in Overtime 3431 With most of their stars unable to make the trip because of the sub zero conditions the ReesMaloy Wolves traveled out to the Haver lord High School gymnasium last night and won an exciting 3i to 31 victory over Penn Wynne great Main Line League combination An extra period was required before a verdict could be reached Only three members of the regu lar Wolves cast appeared against the Main Lin2 Leagues first half champions in the battle of title holders This trio was Hejhy For man OlHe Robinson and Sam God Tommy Gny ami Dick Wright of the Smedlcy Boys Club and Chester High Alumni teams made their bow in big time ball and did remarkably well Grovcr Wearshing Temple ace at the same time Sam Godfrey was there was added to the list while Johnny Pennypackcr former Penn star was borrowed from the McGoverns Sons array Against this patched up array Penn Wynne offered their regular lineup that included such stalwarts as Al Bonniwell exDartmouth sen sation Ernie Schaaf and Ken Has hagen peerless Penn greats and other formidables They played a fine game against the Delrl club but were met by an inspired brand of ball produced by the locals To Hvjshy Forman must be given the credit for victory The funlov ing Heshy producedlS points made on seven beautiful goals from the floor and four out of four tries from the foul line Forman went out on personals near the end of the game but the team kept up the fight Pen nypacker was also removed on per sonals ReesMaloy Wolves G F Pts Forman I Gay f Pennypackerr Wright f WearshIng c Robinson g Godfrey g c f 18 THREE LITTLE WORDS JUST TOO GOOD Tottl 12 10 34 Fenn Wynne G F Pts Al Bonniwell f4 l 9 Jones f 0 0 0 J Bonniwell c0 0 0 Hamilton c 1 0 2 KozlorT g 1 o 2 Schaaf g 0 1 i Paul g 2 1 5 Hashagen g 5 2 12 Total 13 5 31 Fouls missed ReesMaloy Wolves Werner 2 Gay l Penny packer 2 Robinson 4 Penn Al Bonniwell 1 Hamilton 1 Schaaf I 2 Hashagen 2 MARCUS HOOK TAKES SECOND Letters to the Times Editor I Readers nro Invited to contrlbatu thfir views on current topics All communications must be Defeat East End B C 31 sir Attached JORS IX CHESTER CHESTER Perma January 22 1936 Editor Chester Times io 24 in Delco Battle Mt Zion Tops Clifton warding you a copy of a newspaper which originates nt Rising Sim Md On the Inst page you will note an Marcus Hook moved into advertisement which I have circled puled possession of second place in In blue crayon for your perusal the Delco League Inst night when Dun Maguircs Oiltowners conquered their cloce rivals from the East End Boys Club 31 to 24 Mt Zion by tripping the Clifton Heights Cath olic Club moved into a tie for the third place berth with East End Their score was 25 to 1C The East End Boys Club Re they wnnt work RUMMAGE SALE AT SWARTHMORE Womans League Holds Event at Whittier House Local Jottings Members of the Womans Inter I national League held a sale In Whittier House on tha Swarthmore College campus yester day Among those assisting were Mrs Edward Jenkins Mrs John Browncll Mrs Margaret Maltby Haines Mr Charles Black Mrs Walter R Shoemaker Mrs William T Johnson Miss Olive Cleaves Mrs Klliott Richardson Mrs Chester Roberts Mis Emma Nesblt Mrs Elizabeth Paxson Mrs Walter R Shoemaker and Miss Emma Walton this ad appears in this newspaper rlie members of the executive concerning men out of work and do of the Delaware County herewith I am for According to your paper which I rend dally same shows still have hundreds of men and women tax payers in this city which are un able to obtain employment Yet Branch of the Womans Interna servcs reversed the decision in IIe redbloodert American clti lonal League have been Mook prelim winning 2fi to 25 while the Mt Zton Reserves uiiuli 11 a clean sweep at Clifton winning 31 to 15 5 Honk G F Pts B McGinn forward 2 l McBridc forwnrd 3 4 J McGinn center 3 2 Row Riiard l 4 Connelly guard 0 l P Rowc center 0 l gunrd 0 0 Totals p 13 E E H C Welsh forward 3 3 Peterson forward 1 0 Gnrvcy center 3 0 McGovern guard 0 3 OLcary guard l 0 J Gallagher guard 0 4 B Gallagher gunrd 0 0 zen wants he or she can get It Why bring men and possibly women away from their at the home of Mrs Brand Blans hard Ogden avenue for a series of discussion meetings The final homes down in these rural disLrlcs oms of tlle series was held Wednes when we arc now overrun with un aJ evening when the subject of employment right at our own cloov It seems to me we have too many from Maryland and 0 hero now holding Jobs 8 i which rightfully belong to Chester taxpayers I would appreciate your Riving the 1 I above a thought or a lino In your 0 i newspaper which might convey the i Idea to some of our prominent citl J1 zens especially those who have charge of employment positions with the thoupht In mind of keep Ing Chester people employed by Chester concerns Your electric sign on Sixth street reads What Chester Makes Makes Maybe It would be an idea to change this to read What Chester People Make Makes Ches Totals 7 10 24 lcr Halftime to 8 Marcus MEET RED AND BLUE FIVE Swarthmore at Radnor in Other Important Sec tion 2 Fuss An old rivalry will be renewed to BERLINGER TO AID ROBERTSON Barney Berlinger famous Uni versity of Pennsylvania track and field star returned to his alma mater today as assistant to Lawson Robertson veteran coach of the Red and Blue track squad Berlinger best known for his decathlon victory in three succes sive years gives up his amateur standing and possible candidacy for the 1936 Olympic team to assume the position He will have active charge of the Penn track team while Robertson Is recovering from a broken leg Berlinger succeeds James E Ted IjMeredith who resigned last summer fto acctpt the coaching duties of the Czechoslovakia track team BOWLING NEWS night when the Collingdale and Eci dystone High basketball teams meet in the feature Section Two to night at C611ingaale The Colls have always found the Fryermen a tough team to down and although they won the Section Four titlefor the Jast two seasons before moving up to Section Two this year they were not able to beat the Stoners twice in any one cam paign The teams have met five times in the last two years and the Colls have been able to win only twice Both victories came on the Collingdale floor and that fact gives the Colls a slight edge in this eve nings fracas Swarthmore High which shares second place in the loop with Col Hngdale will meet Radnor High the league leaders at Wayne The Gar net will get their first glance at the tightest defense in the conference when they meet Leo Curtins five Radnors passers arc the favorites to cop the Section Two diadem but they will be in for a tough evening before they are able to top the Swarthmore lads Darby High has a chance to Heavy Overshadowed Field as Does Joe Louis By HARRY GRAYSON No heavyweight in history in cluding the great champions ever overshadowed his field as does the amazing Joe Louis The consensus is that Max Schmeling will last no longer than best defense I doubt that that would work against a mobile sharp shooter like Louis Johnson was the most skillful blocker and allround defensive heavyweight who ever lived but he was strictly a defensive fighter Louis combines the finest quail two rounds with Louis in June and of Dempsey and Johnson Here climb above their present fourth place rating by taking the Glen Nor Indians Into camp The Stover j men have won two out of three t the Chester Recreation Alleys i rfhen the second half of the City Jim Braddock no more than six in September Louis is only 21 The Detroit Negro has not yet shaved He has been boxing professionally only 18 months Yet before the year is out he may find himself with no more worlds to conquer There are no bright prospects in sight Although he is just starting the Brown Em balmer may be forced to retire for a time at least due to lack of com petition as did Jim Jeffrie in 1904 It may be due to the caliber of the opposition but the fact re mains that no other big fellow ever towered so high above the pack Jeffries whipped all of the leading contenders twice but required 11 rounds to flatten Bob Fitzsimmons who scaled 170 and after the boil ermaker copped the title Tom Sharkey went 25 rounds and Jim Corbett 23 Or Har Wills never did get a crack at Jack Dempsey Wlien the Man Mauler was at his peak it took him 12 rounds to dispose of Bill Brennan Tommy Gibbons on his pins at the conclusion of 15 Since he struck his stride no one has won R round from Louis Every agreed that Georges Carpen Bowling League got underway Tues day evening Hughes of the Crescents was hieh for the but his hl3 with V The other circuit clash will find tllnn mlddle took the second round from Upper Merion and Prospect Park the Dempsey of by a decisive meeting on the Prospect floor The i Parkers have not been able to crash h loop rivals have mar twice with scores of m and i has hampered the attack Other pin smashers to better 200 as ampere e aac ere of the Bankers with I th but the plYot even 200 Look the Records Gene Tunney might have further demonstrated his worth by tackling Johnny Risko or Jack Sharkey in stead of retiring after cutting up and stopping the antiquated nnd handpicked Tom Hecney in 1928 Jack Johnson never was out of employment Lil Arthurs record Is studded with 20 15 12 and 10 somewhat brighter The little ProsI round engagements Jim Flynn was is a 200pound lightweight who slips and blocks punches as did Johnson and counters with the speed of a rattlesnake Nate Lewis and ether competent judges with tired old eyes consider him the fastest countering heavyweight they ever saw Oldtimers go all the way back to the lightweight Joe Cans in recalling a hitter as accurate as Louis who sprays opponents with punches with all the savageness of Dempsey when he turns on the Juice Jefferies in full stride perhaps came than U S A FAVORED TO WIN OLYMPICS Dan Ferris AAU Ex pert Gives Predictions on Track Field Events Hook Clifton Heights G Holstcin forwnrd 2 McGowan forward 0 Williams forward 0 Todd center 0 Padley contcr 2 Dukes guard 2 P Padley guard 1 Mnnlcy guard 0 Dorids guard 0 TotaU 7 Mt ylon Luke forward 1 Wright forward 2 Miller center 0 Ellis center 1 Scotli guard 1 Robertshaw guard 0 Schrlvcr guard 5 F Pts 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 n n 3 o o o Yours very truly HELEN BROWN Tolrts 10 25 E E B C Reserves J Gallagher forward G 3 By PAT ROBINSON NEW YORK Jan any B Gallagher forward 2 Houchton center 1 Lastowka guard 4 Kraft guard 1 Staccy guard F PLs 1 7 0 4 0 2 2 0 1 10 Totals U 26 Marcus Hook Reserves closer to matching Louis any of the Alabamaborn W Cl U Ul IHU OiJhllrvtU3 WiLIl L IT 207 Devine of the South Pennsyli mnLbe sce somc tlon vanla Bus with 203 and Turnev i Should he appear the Park of Bell Telephone who rolled The Bell Telephone and Frelhofer psct is built to ordcr for the upright and still full of fight when ams horned off into thinnri hv speedy Montco five however nnd the he sheriff took a keen dislike to the teams hopped off into lead bv will havn their hands full nremans buttm In the ninth heat t at Las Vegas Frank Moran experi sweeping their four game seriw I from Special Bus and Chartered lineups Eddystonc ColHnrfate lz ine mtter refused and lol iYailfce forward Haves Corbett a second edition and lacked the freak hitter Kour games forward Elko the tonnage to cope with a giant center guard nor Chartered Pus could win a game j Silth n sharp thP rciinr nf the Blackburn guard Appliance Repair strengthened i their first place hold and now head i Morrison forward the Philadelphia Electric circuit Crni forward like Jeffries Meelli Corbett was too frail to combat Rowles i rugged warriors of the Jeffries and i Tom Sharkey type Darby McKeei knuckle ase dissipa John L Sullivan picked his spots had his headaches in the bare with 10 victories out of 12 game i fichuhl center Woods iIon and Corbett caueht with cox thn once Boston Strong Boy in New Three teams are deadlocked for Essick guard second place with seven games won Renz guard and five lost They are Gas Proi Jackson Orleans Size enabled Jew Willard to as sums command of and rule a lot of M loogans It was his eootl fortune to taking three games and losingnvne jSchuitz forward Findle catch a financially embarrassed Office trails the parade by winning i Raebum center Clark and harassed Johnson on the de duction Engineers and the Upper Merion Prospect Park men Electric rests in fifth place Katrlna forward Murtatish system of there are as many of them as there are nations competing and the United States should win ths Olympic games this year So at least says Dan Ferris vet eran A A Uofficial and track ex pert Dan foresees a clean sweep for American athletes in every flat and hurdle race up to and including 1500 meters the equivalent of the mile He also believes we will walk away with the broad and high jumps the pole vault shot put and the 400 and 1600meter relays Dan hints at a surprising upset victory for us in the marathon but in all the other long races ths chase 50meter walk hop step and jump discus javelin and hammer throw he gives us only the barest outside chance of winning Running hastily down the list Dan first spots the 100 and 200 meters as soft spots for our sprint ers Our four colored Peacock Johnson and Mctcalfc alone would give an unbeatable I array says Dan but we have at upon j least a other sprinters who upon being did 06 or better for the 100 yards belted very bowleggcd before pass last year and figure to improve this mg final judgment r fear that they are In for quite a wait There is no one around io do the belting When one capable of doing it does arrive he will first have to tag Louis which is about as sim ple as throwing out Pepper Mar tin And if he does nail Dead Pan Joe the only thing Im sure about is that hell get a receipt ST HEDWIGS WIN SIXTH STRAIGHT darkeys illustrious predecessors Certainly the California bear had more opportunity to convince that he had a concrete chin than the Detroit entrant has had to date Louis appears built to shed punches and lugs the trouble like n bloke with no fear of being killed In the dark Yet a few diehards seeing his reaction DaUlllo forward 1 Doudolph forward l McCay forward I Downs center 0 Webb center 2 Bicklln guard o Dlggins guard 0 Wilson guard 0 Walker guard 7 Winters guard 0 Totals 12 25 CHS FROSH BEAT SMEDLEY JR HIGH scison Smedlcy Red Raiders went down at the hands of the Chester High Freshmen In a hnrd foujtht game yesterday The score was 17 to 10 in favor of the Freshmen at the half During the second half Smcdley scored 15 points while the Fresh men scored only 8 points Coach Crawford tried out a new lineup which worked well Craw ford will lose five players at mid year They arc Miller Moore Para sink Mccnan and Beaver but he has some good players to take their places These players last game will G33 East Twelfth street Copy of Ailvcrllscrnciil are you out of work Are you Interested in getting work Firms In Penna arc now hiring Addresses firms nnmes and employment agents Write to them stating your qualifica tions For list send lOc coin to help pay F Greene 2517 Lindsay street Chester SHARON HILL Sunday will mark the beginning of the observance of Young Peoples Week In Tully Memorial Presby terian Church Sharon Hill and a program of Interest hiis been arranged for the week Tlisrn will be a pageant Sunday evening thn annual banquet on February 1 nnd an address by Robert Barr Stewart on Sunday evening February 2 A joint surprise party was held at the homo of Mrs O B At of 1123 Elmwood avenue on Wednesday evening in honor of the birthdays of Miss Sue Long of Hook road and Miss Anna Mc Brlde of Collingdnle Those also present were Mr and Mrs Harolc Tlce Miss Mary of Col lingdalc Miss Emma Donohuc Harry Havcrlcamp George Rcac and John UiRncr of Philadelphia and W Russell Atchlson of Sharon Locnl residents who saw Mis Edith Mayer and Miss Muriel Bowman appear In Victor Herbert Fortune Teller lht week at i Philadelphia theatre are loud In their praises of the talent dis played by the young women School Director T B Parker o Poplnr street attended a meclln of the executive board nf Parent Teachers Media Wednesday evening Many of the townspeople were delighted to receive checks In payment of matured shares In a building and loan asso ciation From this borough ycsterdny went a group of women tn attend a meet ing of the Federation of Womens Clubs at Springfield The group Included Mrs Robert Hctherlngton Mrs R Rcdforcf Mrs John Cooke Mrs Ralph Wood Mrs J Fred Tag and her house Kuest Mrs M Rosscll of Wilming the discussion wns What Should a Pacifist Do In Time of War Mrs Edwin Johnson ol I own led the discussion Lester C Haworth the new gen eral secretary of the Philadelphia Y M C A was the guest speaker at the Father and Son Dinner which celebrated the third anniversary of the organization of the Young Mens Club of the Swarthmore Prejby terlun Church Mr Haworth who has had an unusual opportunity to observe the people of the Orient talked of Japan Ralph V Little president of the club presided Among those who attended were Rev John E Tuttle John E Gense mer Steel Genscmer Jack Geivse mcr James C Lawrence Jr Lo an Larcnce Tnlbot Bronson Dr avld McCalian Benjamin Kneed er Benjamin Kncedler Jr Charles Samuel M Dodd Samuel I Dodd Jr Nicholas Mason James immons Robert Timmons Aldan 3avls Ralston IcLaln Jr John Hanria John John Plttock A Sidney ohnson Jr Daniel Johnson Rob rt Bishop Rev Donald McGarrah hcodoro Widlng William Hodge liison James Paries Herbert Har ow W F Faragher Robert Farai her and Malcolm Strlebe Mr and Mrs J Wallace Steigel nan of Wavcrly avenue recently clebrated their fifth wedding an ilversary Edward Thatcher son of Mr and Irs Charles Thatcher of Ogden ivenuo has returned from a stay vith his grandmother Mrs Albert G Thatcher at her winter home Rt Cocoanut Grove Fla Mrs John H McWIUIams of Ben jamin West avenue is the guest today of Mrs Harold Griffiths of Amltyville L I Warren Footc of Ogden avenue Even If i i be on Tuesday when the Red Raid Men ir Slats Hardin should not nrs meet Warner Junior High at Wilmington St Hedwigs five continued their winning streak by defeating I H M 30 to 17 for their sixth vic tory In the Catholic League I H M held the victors down the first half but wcro completely outclassed In the second half Fat Boy Llpps reserves also won 34 to 5 St Hedwig3 C C Artymowicz forward 3 Lipp forward i Lazlnski forward 1 Kqzafc forward 3 Wicchowski center 2 Abrams guard i PolomskI guard l Ryan guard 4 G P pts be able to recapture his record smashing form we still have a powerful hand with Eddie OBrien of Syracuse and the two Call forniRns Lu Vnlle and McCarthy In the 400 meters on the flat We have more good half mllcrs than we know what to do with What foreigner Is going to take Ben Eastman or his brother Cali fornlan Robinson of Fresno State Hornbostcl the Hoosier flyer or Bcctham of Ohio State Glenn Cunningham and Bill Bonthron of course arc our aces for the 150D meter route The Eng lish have three good lock Wooderson and and the Germans have Schaum berg but If any one of them beats BUI or Glenn hell probably have to set a new world record Wftll be better fortified in the marathon this time with Mel Porter of Newark Pat Dengls of Balti more and Johnny Kelley of Med ford carrying the Starand Stripes TTMvmM 1 Smertley o 0 2 The Finns still are tops overthe 2 4 i long routes although McCIusky 1 T i Crowicy and Sears also might win 0 4 a few points In the steeplechase 0 2 i Beard Is on the shelf but Allen 0 2and Morcau are an unbeatable pair 1 o over the high sticks and Hardin or Totals i Moore of San Francisco should onljr two out of 12 games i Liptak guard Glenn cline Even then the Pottawato Daltry of Office rolled the best Pupek gusrd Dleblermle Pounder declined to score with a 232 mark The next bast games wsre madn by two of I Swarthmore the Gas Production keglers Ward Inn Is forward ind McNeal Wards total was 2131 G Collins forward which McNeal bettered by nine pins Lange center i Cheney guard I H forward 16 1 some excellent figures The 233 mark of A BQwley leads the list with Donaldsons 223 as second best Two maple topplers broke into the nodccislon 1 Radnor j affair and Honest John Kelly j Millar j wasnt the only one who believed f Durso Uhat the vastly smaller Jack Dilj RoshelH I on would have beaten the Kansas i Mont j hulk so Rapp forward o Robinson forward 2 Newlin center 4 v rH 2 y guard 0 4 3G i show the way over the low hurdles The broad jump should be a i m 1 0 1 1 0 0 j pushover for Owens Peacock Olrrn 3 or Last year Owens 26 ft In topped the best European 5 i leap by more than a foot MRSMOODY WILL PLAY NEW YORK Jan Mrs Helen Wills Moody wont say so but shell 200 class twice Flower rolled 214 and 201 while Bradshaw made compete in the national womens scores of 202 and 204 Other leading scores were txvmed In by Senslon 205 Schnerdr 200 Conner 204 Zayatz 202 and Dick erson 201 Tolllns hopped off a good start In the Home have reigned since Tunney dont belong in the same league with T 10Lals Hcfcrca Flannigan Ha scorc1110 St Hcdwlgs C C GOMEZ GIUFF MIAMI Fla Jan of Vemon Gomez the New Yorl Yankees star lofthanded pitcher I revealed hire Ut night ha Wilier forward 1 ross capt forward 0 araslnk center 1 ieaver guard 2 tfcenan guard 2 awcctt 1 Moore forward 0 Davidson center n Bedford guard 1 Rlggs guard 0 Totals 10 C H Freshmen Lowcry forward 5 forward 2 Fidyk center o Tongc guard 2 Turner guard 2 Voss guard o Fd Fl Pts 2 n o 2 0 0 n n 0 0 who has been seriously 111 with pneumonia Is considered littla octlcr Mr and Mrs J Donald Gibson of Hillborn avenue motored to Dover Del yesterday Mrs Wallace McCurdy ofOgderk avenue recently entertained Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae Sewing Group Among those attend Ing were Mrs Sewelt Hodge Mrs Harry Miller Mrs Martha Blessing Mrs A B Shanklin Mrs Daniel Morse Mrs Alex Robinspn and Miss Katherlne Richardson of Philadelphia Mrs Victoria Leslie Stelgclman of Media Mrs Walter R Shoemaker and Mrs Reed Rehearsal of the choir of the 6 Presbyterian Church was held last evening 0 ton Mrs Emma Taggart of Sharon avenue Is on the sick list The Rev and Mrs C F Salkeld plan to leavo early In February for a vacation In Florida They will visit Miami and Rockledge Mrs Ralph Ruppert of Burnsdc avenue entertained the members of her bridge club last night Ora Margaret Cooper daughter of Mr and Mrs F Morley Cooper 1008 Elmwood avenue celebrated her second birthday anniversary Wednesday Totals Scott S B C Halftimc Smcd ley 10 C H Fresh men 17 TOWNSHIP OV TOP Playing their second game in the new gym an Inexperienced Folcroft team lost to the Ridley Townships Junior Hlghlcts 35 to 7 yesterday Martin and Woydylak led in scor inn i P ELAM Many were present at the covered dish luncheon hold at the home of Mr and Mrs George Talley for the benefit of the Epworth League 11 Those who attended the affair were Rev and Mrs James Brasher 0 Mr and Mrs George Voyde and 5 i daughter Betty Mr and Mrs Nor S man Boyer Mr and Mrs Ebcn 0 Burge Mrs Clark Pylc Mrs Harry Orpha Wellcr Ruth Wat 3 25 kin Georgette Nawlln Miriam Ewing Mr and Mrs Isaac Boulden and daughter Iva Helen Mr anc Mrs George Talley Mr and Mrs Harrington Husbands Mr and Mrs Robert Brown Emm Husgins Charles For wood Emcrlck Zcrbe Rash Harry Forwood Ralph nnd T Wellcr anc George Jr Cards have been received from Mr and Mrs George Boyer who ari nine of Ridleys boys tabbed crs For Folcroft Flint batted two nice goals under the hoop This win keeps Ridley tied with Darby and Lansdownc in the Delco League Ritlicy Township Tuninr HKh Goals Fouls Pts Martin f 3 Janicki f i Schlitsey fo as ending several months In Miami in FINGERPRINTS AID MANS IDENTITY St Hctiwigs Re Layman forward 2 tennis championships at Forest Hills this summer and probably the AllEngland championships at Wembledon as well The authority for that statement Is Mrs Moodys racquet Every time she wings it against a ball it Furnishers j swishes to a championship tune League as the second half opened The Improvement in her play since by sweeping three straight from the i the last time she was seen in the Louis as the Bomber of the Buck Slczak forward alew showed when he pulverized forward Primo Camera and which he will j Jpdlowski center i positively prove when he parks his short left hook on the store Feinberg Murray and SearsRoebuck won two and lost ne while Wolson C L Morris and sser could win but once In three East is astounding and her mate feel that shell play in the national championships this year for the first time since 1933 when she defaulted to HeJen Jacobs work rjJilncK guard I Matcia Euard 5 j Darlak guard l Fastest Countering Hcavr j Louis Is the mast formidable big I man since Dempsey He is a much i Totals 15 I H M Res better equipped and a more polished j Lavin forward l performer In all deppartments than I Adams forward 0 Tunney j Ranp canter Dsmpsey was a grand offensive J Iorry puard 0 fighter but like most of them the i P Leary guard 0 Manassa Manhandler was strictly Phillips guard 0 an offensive fighter His idea was that a whirlwind attack was the I 0 i o 0 0 n i 2 1 0 0 n o o i nearly done serious damage to his Woydylak f 4 hurlns arm Czapllckl c l Gomez who is wintering at Cottman c 2 nearby Hollywood slipped and fell Orhinsky g n on the street there yesterday comi A Blsslnger g 1 4 inc up from the tumble with his JBlsslnger g 2 left arm scratched and bruised An Dusan g i antiseptic was hastily applied and I the arm though fitift and sore was Totals 15 I reported healing today Fnlcroft Junior 1 i To cap his hard luck the hurler Maus r n I later slipped on the steps as he rei NanirV V n 34 turned from doing an errand for his HnbhV f i I wife June ODca of stage fame and V n this time hdrt his right hand The print n middle finder crushed against tJw dcor was radly rvollcn i 0 RESULTS Becker g o o r o 5 o s n i o o o l o o o o 0 Totals 3 Totals 2 0 j At Carls i i Philadelphia declsioned Jimmy Halftime Ridley Town Si Smith Philadelphia I ship Junior High CHOICE AGto are in tht yetr ana or the TryDe Lux convinced that you qt of 32 a fifth finest blond of hn or for At AH Stores in rcoms A imi QUABT 11 OUHCIS Through the use of fingerprints f city police officials have today re celved positive Identification of body of Felix Nowlckl which wes ound dead on Saturday afternoon on the sidewalk of Welsh street in he 700 block where the man had been ovcrcorric by a stroke In the pocket of the deceased the police found old army dis charges which enabled them to Lrace his records to the War De partment Charles Dunlap finger print expert of the local depart ment made prints of the man ifter he had been pronounced dead nt the Chester Hospital These were forwarded with the other Information to the Depart ment of Justice in Washington and today word was received that they had been compared as identical to those in War Department files It was found that the former soldier had made his home In Buf falo and that on his last papers of enlistment made out in 1928 he had given the nnme of Mrs Mary Walker as the person to be notified In case of his Illness or death in the service Captain of Detectives George Fceney has forwarded a brief of the case to the Buffalo police with request that they notify Mrs Walker nt her home at 115 West avenue Buffalo The body Is being held in this city for action from persons In Buffalo who may be in tercsted In the veteran Investigation by the Department of Justice revealed that Nowicki had had a long record of service in the United States army which began in 1912 with enlistment in the field artillery and with an en listment and shortly afterward a discharge in 1928 Nowicki had also put in several months as a laborer in one of the veterans work camps In the Florida Keys and was vic tim of the storm which swept the area of Matacumbe Key last fall however he escaped with no in juries according to his record The ground sinks under the weight of heavy rains In Japan
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