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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - January 15, 1935, Charleston, West Virginia PAGE EIGHT THE CHARLESTON DAILY MAIL, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 15, 1935DAILY MAIL CITY PING- PONG TOURNEY OPENS WEDNESDAY 67 PLAYERS READY FOR CHAMPIONSHIP BATTLE Play in Men’s Singles Is Scheduled for 7 P. M.; 24 Pairs Entered in Doubles Race Life’s Daftest Moment By W ebster With 67 players entered in the race for the men's singles championship, the Daily Mail’s fifth annual city ping-pong tournament will get under way Wednesday night in the ballroom of the Daniel Boone hotel, starting at 7 p. rn.    <♦>--------- Eight players are seeded in the I ....................... .................................................. are seeded in men’s singles bracket, with State Champion Eddie Pierson in the No. I position. Billy Warner, runner-up in the state tournament last year, is I awarded No. 2 in the seeding, with 1 Jimmy Pierson in the No. 3 spot. I Others, according to the positions, are Harry Whittington, Clarence Pharr, Bill Keesling, Harold Wolfe and Charles Midelburg. Two Extra in Bracket Four pairs are seeded in the men’s doubles, in this order: Midelburg and J. Pierson, Wolfe and Pharr, Warner and Keesling, and Orum Price and E. j Pierson. Drawings for the women’s singles will not be made until later, as the opening of this division has been scheduled for Thursday night. The women’s pairings will be announced I in Wednesday’s Daily Mail. The men’s singles will be run off as quickly as possible, the matches I being staged as soon as the players 1 arrive. Because of the large field, it will be necessary to limit the time for warming-up to two minutes. The entries having run over the 64- J player bracket, preliminary matches will be played to round it out. Only two or three preliminaries will be necessary. The four players to meet in the preliminary round will be drawn out. Both the first and second rounds of the men’s singles will be played off Wednesday night if possible. Four ables will be used for the matches. md balls will be furnished by the ournament committee. Two Out of Three Games The trophies to be awarded in the tournament are on display at the Sport Mart in Quarrier street. A large silver cup is at stake for the men’s singles champion, with the runner-up getting a bronze trophy with a pingpong player atop. Silver and bronze medals will be awarded the winners and runners-up in the men’s doubles. A small silver cup will go to the women’s champion, with the runnerup getting a silver medal. The Sport Mart has offered a medal for the player, man or woman, making the most spectacular return of a ball during tournament competition. Two out of three games will be clayed in all matches until the trifinals are reached. The tri-finals, semi-finals and finals will be three out of five games. The drawings are as follows: Men's Singles Pro Tennis Star Will Be Married Next June BOSTON, Jan. 15 (AP).—George M. Lott, Jr., turned to professional tennis to win the heart of a Wakefield girl. The romance has been a secret for several years and announcement of Lottos engagement to Miss Edith L. Collinson of Wakefield, was to be kept under cover until Friday. His happiness got the better of him last night, however, and just before he stepped onto the tennis court at the Boston Garden he said: “The engagement will be . announced formally next Friday, and we will be married next June.” George liked being an amateur, he said, but in order to marry he had to have an income. “That’s why I turned pro.” he said. This will be Lott’s second venture in matrimony. He was married five years ago to Abigan Stapleford Allen in Elkton. Md. They were divorced March 28, 1932. BURESH WINNER OF LEGION BOUT Fan Throws Bottle in Ring as Australian Tosses Marion Mynster iP VJOR0S AMD EXPRESSIONS PICKED UP AT BOARDING SCHOOL- ENTRE NOUS AUEC MCI COMME IL FAUT QUEL.QOE CHOSE. eh Bien comment c'eST qA MA ON I FlQUE n'est pas mom ami Tour v/A Bien TREs CHIC SAVOIR FAIRS apres LA GUERRE VOILA DUQUESNE WILL TACKLE LOYOLA Eddie Pierson  vs. John Jenkins  .vs. Nelston Turner  vs. Jimmy Bossie......vs. Lee Henna .........vs. James M'Laugheriy vs. .vs.. .vs. , .vs. . .vs. . .vs. . .vs. . .vs. . vs. . .vs . . • VS . . vs. . .vs. . .vs. . .vs. . .vs. . .vs. . .vs. . .VS .. .vs.. .vs. . .vs. . .vs.. vs. . ,.. .vs.. vs.. vs.. .. .vs . . ... vs. . Vernon Lilly Clarence Pharr ... Bill Keesling ..... Frank Field ....... Leslie Fields ...... W. T. Judy ....... Charles Austin ... Harry Beckenstein Carl MacAndrevvs Jimmy Pierson ... Harry Whittington Gordon Grisinger . Gordon Fletcher . George Kenney ... Orum Price ....... John Leo Brown . Will Morton ...... Harold Wolfe Charles Midelburg Wayne Lyon ...... Ed Burdette ...... Cyril Johnson ..... Rich'd Drumheiler BiH Gravely Dan Ruffner Harold Gadd Bob Miller . Oliver Ward In a wrestling show filled with cheers, boos and flying glass caused when an irate fan tossed a pop bottle ringward, Stanley Buresh. the kicking Australian, downed Marion Mynster, Charleston favorite, in two out of three falls in the main go of the American Legion’s weekly card at the armory Monday night. The bushy haired Buresh won the first fall in 23 minutes and 23 seconds after his kangaroo kick had Mynster | fiat on the canvas. In the second fall Buresh again tried his famous kick but struck only a glancing blow and Mynster retaliated with the same kick .    before    the Australian could recover. wVrnff    I    blow caught Buresh flush on the * 1 chin and ended the fall in Mynster’s favor after 13 minutes and 51 seconds. After two minutes of wrestling in the deciding fall, the excitement was too much for an irate fan and he tossed a pop bottle into the ring from the bleachers. The bottle broke into many small pieces and the match was halted for IO minutes while members of the Legion swept, shook and turned the canvas. After 18 minutes, not counting the Dukes Stake Clean Record Tuesday Against Team From Chicago GENEVA PLAYS TECH THIRD ROUND OF ACTION SLATED IN CITY LEAGUE West Virginia Takes Rest Before Meeting Strong Temple Quintet PITTSBURGH, Jan. 15 (AP).— Sitting placidly with the topnotch-ers of tri-state basket ball, Duquesne tonight again puts its undefeated record at stake in a match with Loyola of Chicago in preparation for the meeting Saturday with West Virginia, also undefeated so far. With eight straight victories already marked up. the Dukes are confident they will again take the Chicagoan’s measure. They defeated Loyola 39-23 on an early season trip. The Mountaineers are resting before taking on the mighty Temple Owls on Thursday night in a game that will mean much in Eastern Intercollegiate conference rankings. Also on the card tonight is the contest between Geneva and Carnegie Tech. The Covenanters, mowing down opponents right and left, figure to take the much-battered Tartans, The Pitt Panthers are on their way to New York to meet Fordham's Rams in a double bill that also will see Temple and New York U. on the floor. The Owls then move on for their Morgantown engagement. Last night they downed Georgetowm 40-26 to settle more firmly in the conference lead. Salem, after whipping West Liberty 51-33 last night, moves on to meet Bethany's Bisons. who are fresh from a victory .over Washington and Jeffer son at Meadville and St. Vincent meets Indiana Teachers at Indiana. Morris Harvey is coming to Fairmont for a round with the fighting Teachers. Seven Games Are on Program for Tuesday Night; Play at Y. M. C. A. and Owens Courts Seven games are scheduled Tuesday night as the City basket ball league swings into its third week of play, with four games at the Y. M. C. A. and three on the Owens-Illinois court in Kanawha City. ..................................—.....  <§>    The    opening    games at the Y. M. C. A. will start at 8 p. rn., while the first game at Kanawha City will begin at 7 p. rn. In the Daily Mail division at the Y. M. C. A. the Charleston School of Commerce will meet Blossom Dairy in the opening game in the new gymnasium, with the Ward Tigers opposing Capitol Motor Sales in the old gym. The second game in the new gym finds Kanawha Farm Dairy playing Pure Food, while the Arcade Fruit Market -will meet Goshorn Hardware in the second game in the old gym. St. George and Border open the card on the Owens-Illinois court in the other division, with American Fork and Hoe company facing the Owens-Illinois team in the second game. Carbide will tangle with Kanawha college in the last game while the United Fuel five has an open date. Plant officials at Owens-Illinois have donated a trophy to the player who has shown the best sportsmanship in the league. Previously E. C. Stotts, of the Charleston School of Commerce, gave a trophy that will go to the league champion. The winners of the two divisions will meet at the end of the season to decide the title. The standings of the teams in both divisions follows: Daily Mail Division W. School of Commerce ......... 2 Goshorn Hardware ..........2 Arcade Fruit Market ........ I Capitol Motor Sales .......... I Blossom Dairy  .......... I Ward Tigers ................. I Kanawha Farm Dairy ........ 0 Pure Food Market ............0 Gazette Division W. Carbide ...................... 2 Owens-Illinois ................2 Kanawha college ............. I St. George ................... I Border ....................... 0 American Fork & Hoe Co. ... 0 United Fuel .................. 0 Rain Threatens Title Round in Los Angeles LOS ANGELES, Jan. 15 (UPL— Rain threatens to postpone today a 36-hole playoff between Johnny Revolta, Milwaukee, and Victor Ghezzi. Deal, N. J., for the $5,000 Los Angeles Open golf championship. The two Italian professionals finished the 72-hole regulation route in a dead heat yesterday with 285’s. No cash was involved in the playoff as each received $1,075 as prize money. MacDonald Smith, defending titlist, scored a 69 on his final round to wind up in third place with 287. He won $600. Willie Goggin of San Francisco and Gene Sarazen tied for fourth place with 288’s, each winning $450. NATIONAL LOOP CALLS MEETING Braves’ Club Threatened With Franchise Loss; Moved Out NEW YORK, Jan. 15 (UP).—The Boston Braves were threatened today with loss of their baseball franchise in Grove City is playing Allegheny j the National league, as baseball men view’ it, because they have no place to play games. Their park literally has gone to the dogs. Judge Emil Fuchs, president of the Braves, has been dispossessed and the park turned over to a dog racing syn- Ronceverte Team L. Pct. 0 1.000 0 1.000 .500 .500 .500 .300 .OOO .OOO L. Pct. 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 I .500 1    .500 2 .000 2 .000 Three Games in Week For Gauley Cage Five GAULEY BRIDGE, Jan. 15—Gauley Bridge high school faces basket I    "I    I    •    'I    pal    IV    IU!    ilCU    UVLT    LU    cl    UUg    rdLillg;    OVII-    J    i    -At-    rr    *    c Scheduled Friday j George Price .... Bob Hall ... Clifton Carson   Bill Allen George Archibald  Gene Stump ... David Swart® ... John Hudkins .... Earl Pharles  Charles Lee  L. Baldwin  Jim Bland ....E. Young. Jr. .... Oscar Darby .. Loo Barringer  Babe Corey John Shonk JUST IN SPORT Bv CON John Isaac Charles Stuart .. Andv White . H Hiserman ... Rov Smith .. Frank Tully . R. Woodrum George Miller . Billy Warner ... Sam Audia ........... Bye Midelburg- J. Pierson .... Belcher-P'tn'r Br’nger-Hudkins Winters-Bland . .vs vs .vs .vs Swarts-Kenna .. Adelstone-Young Baldwin-Kenney Wamer-KeesUng O. Pslce-E. Pierson vs. Burdette-AIlen .... vs. Fleld-Johnson  vs. M'Corkle-Ptn’r  vs. Burke-E. M’And’ws vs. Hall-Lee ...........vs. Mortn-DrurphTr ..vs. Brown Pharles  vs. RoyCSvhite time out' Mynster seemed to have the :::;*John Exline better of the match, but Buresh ended Earl Hammaek j him with a series of dizzy body slams and gained the fall by following up writh a top chancery. City police took the bottle thrower out. Clete Kaufman, 180 pounds of Marion. O., took two of three falls from the Cincinnati Syrian, Bull Curry, 1,78 pounds, in the semi-final match. Curry won the first fall after 15 minutes and 24 seconds of rough tactics w’ith a top body chancery, but Kaufman came back to take the next fall in two minutes and 24 seconds of action. Curry gave up under the pressure of a crab hold. The deciding fall went to Kaufman when Curry was disqualified for eye gouging and using the strangle hold after two minutes and ll seconds. The popular Charlie Peterson. 185 pounds of Chicago, took the opening bout from Casey Jones. 190 pounder from Detroit, in 12 minutes and 44 seconds after a series of crotch slams that he followed with a top body chancery. Men's Doubles C. MacAndrews- vs.........  Stuart as....... Tullv-Darby as....... B.    Hiserman .vs ..........  Bye Tumer-Whittington ........... Bye ........... Bye . Miller-Fields Stump-Grave) v Gadd-Smith ....... Eye .......... Eve .......... Bye .......... Eve .......... Bye ,. Wo He-Pharr MAT AND RING By The Associated Press WRESTLING NEW YORK—Ed Don George. 220. North Java, N. Y\, tossed Jim Browning. 235, Verona. Kilonis Wins WHEELING, Jan. 15 (AP).— Gentle John Kilonis, 175 pounds, of Dayton. J O.. last night threw Ray Carpenter, 177 ! pounds, Lancaster, CL, in 23 minutes I in the main go of a wrestling show, j In a semi-final. Silent Rattan. 165 I Lynn Waldorf, appointed a few days ago to succeed Dick Hanley as head football coach at Northwestern university, was asked what kind of a system he intends to use there, “Well,” he replied, “my system is something like hash—a little bit of everything!” * *    * Jack    Robinson,    center    on the Notre Dame eleven, has 16 race horses, and he has named one of them after ,Mrs. Elmer Lavden, whose husband is head coach of the Fighting Irish. * •    * The Daily Mail's fifth annual city ping-pong tournament, which is scheduled to open Wednesday night in the ballroom of the Daniel Boone hotel, promisee to be one of the closest and most interesting ever staged. Sixty-seven players are entered in the men’s singles race, in which State Champion Eddie Pierson stands as favorite. With such stars as Billy Warner, Harry Whittington, Charles Miledburg. Clarence Pharr, Harold Wolfe. Bill Keesling, Jimmy Pierson and Jimmy Bossie, however, the state title-holder will certainly have his hands full. Some say Whittington, who has won the West Virginia championship once and the city crown twice. is a “has been”, but he's still tough to get out of there. Harry, in our opinion, will be one of the hardest in the tournament to turn back. There are several of Charleston high school’s football players entered in ihe event, including Sam Audia. Babe Corey, Bob Miller and Gordon Grisinger. Huey Long can talk to the Louisiana State university gridiron team all he wants to next season. Biff Jones resigned as head coach at L. S. I', after Long had been refused a chance to give the players a pep talk between halves of a game, but Bernie Moore, who has been appointed to succeed Jones, says Long can talk to the players anytime he desires. “Why shouldn’t he talk to them?” Moore asks. “It’s his team isn't it?” * * * SCRIBBLES:    Hiram    Dempsey, Jack's father, is visiting \he former heavyweight    champion    in    New York. . . . Nick Tremark, Brooklyn outfielder, raises canaries when he isn’t playing baseball. . . . George Lott, the tennis player, turned professional in order to get money to get married. . . . Joe Louis, the Detroit Negro heavyweight sensation is being called “Clay Face”    because    of    that dead look he has. . . . Buddy Myer, second    baseman,    will    cap tain the Washington club in the American league next season. . . . Apparently, Charley Grimm's lumbago has vanished. ... In sending Don Hurt to Columbus. Grimm left himself with only Phil Cavar-etta.aa rookie, as understudy at first base. . . . Art Dudley, who trains horses at Jamaica, is feeding goafs milk to some of his charges, . . . Clyde Hutson certainly has strength in his Charleston high school basnet ball team this season. ... If Dave Fleming, Jimmy Greenlee and Cra-mon Stanton didn’t graduate at midyear, Hutson would have one of the best teams he has produced here. a preliminary match. St. Albans Meets South Charleston <81. 151. Albany 154Mi, Nor Williams. 139. ISO 160 161. Cleve BOXING HOLYOKE, Mass.—Tonv Celli, 169. Leominster. Mass., outpointed Joe Ham rn ski. 166!4, Nanticoke. Pa- '6': Charley Chappie 127. Albany, defeated Loj Fox. 130, New York, <8>; Johnnv Banc. 124. Holyoke. beat Ronald Santos. 126 4. New York. ALBANY—Sammy Bruce, defeated Romeo Ducharme. ampton, Vt., <8U Frankie New York, outpointed Joe Rovelii, 139, Albany. <8).    _    . PHILADELPHIA — Vince Dundee. Newark. N. J- outpointed Paul Birro Cleveland, GOH Carmen Barth. ML land. stopped Joe Mandarano, 159, Phiiadel- PNEwVoRK—Ai Casfminl, 139. New York. stopped Jimmy Murray. 139 New York. «3»; Mike Kid* Frattird. 148. Italy, pointed Jackie Davis. 142s a. Cleveland 'S' Joe Santos. 129. Portugal, outpointed Mise Belloise. 1253-., New York. 'Si. NEWARK, N. J.—Rev Lazer, 194* 3 son. N. J- outpointed Babe Ponca City. Okla.. (IOU    _ NEW ORLEANS—Tracy Cox, 144 ?. Indianapolis. stopped Bobby Garcia, 145 a, ^SYRACUSE." N. Y —Maxi* Roaen bloom. 180, New York. outpointed Johnny Nelson, 17l! Syracuse, GO'. CHICAGO - Orville Drouillard 127*4. Windsor. Ont., outpointed Bd Paul Lee, I..6. Indianapolis. '8*:    Holman Williams, 135. Milwaukee, outpointed Harry Booker, 134. C PARIS—Marcel TMI, 161. France, outpointed Jock McAvoy, 182, Great Britain, * BIRMINGHAM. Enc. — Freddie Miller Cincinnati, outpointed Tony Rogers, Great B MINNEAPOLIS — Jackie Sharker. 130. Minneapolis, outpointed Sammy Levine. 327, Minneapolis 'IOU DAYTONA BEACH. Fla.—Red Barry. Washington, drew with Joe Lipps, Cnar- l0L0mS\TLLE. Ky.—Al Hamilton. 132. Cincinnati, outpointed Jimmy Buckler, 132, Paducah10 * ky—Bobby Matthews, rn.. outpointed Henry Firpo, 1^8, j Coach Clyde Alford will bring his St. Albans high school basket ball team to South Charleston on Tuesday night in an effort to win its first game in five starts, going up against the Black Eagles at 7:30 p. rn. St. Albans, while losing four games, has met some of the strongest opposition in the state in Poca, Ceredo-Ke-nova, Huntington and Charleston. SENATORS LEAD IN CONFERENCE Davis-Elkins Holds First Place Anion# Slate's College Teams By United Press The standing of the West Virginia collegiate basket ball conference shows a complete revision of the standings at the end of the first week with Davis-Elkins occupying the top place on the wings of three straight vic-»*• I Coach Alford believes that strong op* tories. Glenville, champions of 1934, J position such as this will develop the j has team as the season wears on. The Red Dragons will line up with ! Guy Cottrell and Jimmy Coleman at j the forwards, Boyd Howard at center, and Bob Zinn and Dan Hensley at the guards. Coach Omer Young will select his South Charleston starting lineup from Thomas. Harrison. Cash, Broyles, Monk and McMillan. Mo., one fall: Dr. Harry Fields. 237. j pounds, of Houston. Texas, and Kansas University ofJ’ennsvlvani*. threw_Tom Mc- ( at tossed Bobby Novak. 160 pounds, Clary. 250, New Haven, one lam r.rn>f -■>    .    ’ Duarte 22o. Omaha, drew with Sandor of Dayton, in 28 minutes. Buddy Heff-Szabo,*212, Hungary; Dave Leptne. 182, New j per, 162 pounds, of Columbus, threw York.’ drew with Lea Wallace. 176. Ger- j jack Rogers, 162 pounds, Cincinnati, in many; Charles Fisher. I<2. Milwaukee, ■ tossed Eddie Tope. 174. Ireland, one fall. WILMINGTON — George Zaharias, 230. Pueblo. Col., drew with Emil Dusek, *03, Omaha.    _    , PORTLAND. Me—Cowboy Hughes I <5. Oklahoma, defeated “Roughhouse” Hagen. 175, Texas, two falls. WHEELING. W. Va—Gentle John Kilonis, 173, Dayton. O.. threw Hay Carpenter. 177, Lancaster. O., 23 minute*. Silent Rattan. 165 Houston. Tex., and Dayton, threw Bobby Novak. 160. Dayton. 28 minutes; Buddy Heffner, 162, Columbus, tossed Jack Rogers, Cincinnati. St. Albans ( i Teams To Play Tuesday Leagues o KANAWHA TEAM TO MEET BEARS City College Basket Ball Squad XA ill Play Game at Montgomery Coach Charley Thom considers Ka-] na wha college’s chances good for defeating Steve Harrick’s New River State team Wednesday at 8 p. rn. in the New River gymnasium at Montgomery. i Although New River defeated Hol-{ brook 44-40, the Kanawha cagers concede themselves a good chance since I they held the Holbrook cagers to 32 I points or eight points less than the Bears. This makes the New River team 12 points better than the Indians but if the local offense begins to function I and the boys begin to shoot more often land with more accuracy the Bears may ; end the game on the short end of the I score. New River has won two and lost one in play to date. The Bears defeated Holbrook 44-40, and Capitol City Commercial college 48-31. Rio Grande of Ohio defeated Harricks* team last j Thursday night. The Kanawhans have lost two and : won one. being defeated by Holbrook I , in two games and winning from St. ! I George in their only start in the City j league, 30-12. Coach Thom will conclude practice for the New River game in a light shooting drill Wednesday afternoon. The last hard work was finished Monday in preparation for two hard games in a row for Kanawha. They play Carbide in the City league Tuesday* and j then go to Montgomery the next night for the real test against the Golden Bears. Bill Hager, who has not been play- j ing for several weeks on orders from j his doctor, returned to practice Mon- I day and seemed to be showing up well, i Hager may start the New River game if he returns to his old form and shapes up well in the next two days. j RONCEVERTE. Jan. 15.—The Bulldogs of Ronceverte high school will play their second basket ball game of the season when they meet White I Sulphur Springs here Friday night. , White Sulphur, winner in the sectional tournament in 1933, is always one j of the strongest teams in the Green-: brier valley. Ronceverte, though inexperienced, ; is composed of the tallest and heaviest boys who have represented the school I in many years. C. C. Henderson is . now serving his fifth year as coach. ! The lineup for Friday night will prob-j ably be Livesay, center; Tincher and Kincaid, forwards; Phillips and Mor-! ris, guards, and substitutes. Wiseman. I Kessinger, Stone, Betts, Morgan and | A. Mann. I The remainder of the schedule is as j follows: January 22 -Marlinton at Marlinton; ■January 28 Lewisburg at Ronceverte; I February I—White Sulphur at White Sulphur; February 2—Covington, Va. at Ronceverte; February 4—Sandstone at Ron-, ceverte; February 8— Rainelle at Rainelle: February ll—Marlinton at Ronceverte; February 12—Covington at Covington; : February 18 — Rainelle at Ronceverte; February 22—Alderson at Alderson; February 25- Lewisburg at Lewisburg; Febru-; ary 26—Lookout at Lookout; G. M. S. varsity, at Ronceverte, to be arranged. BOWLING RESULTS C. Frick, of the National league, has ! day night before going to Seth Friday •* *    ....    night    for    the first game ever played called an emergency meeting of league directors for Friday. An effort by Judge Fuch to use Fenway park, home of the Red Sox, left him as far removed from a solution as he was when he abandoned his lease some time ago because he could not pay rent. Tom Yawkey, rich young owner of the Sox. is unalterably opposed to the dogs and steadfastly has declined in a between the two schools. In all probability Gauley Bridge will line up with Bryant and Captain Buckley at the forwards, Waugh at center with LeRose and Crandall at the guards. Castle, Sizemore, Scarbro and Warren are also slated for action and may break into the starting five. Individual scoring of the team in the games played this season follows: Buckley, 61; Gryant, 41; Waugh, 17; loud voice to permit the Braves to LeRose- -20: Crandall, 8: Sizemore. 9; ’* A Warren. 13; Scarbro, 3; Castle. IO; NITRO-ST. ALBANS LEAGUE Johnson Ice Cream Nitro Independent*! Curries    123 167    170 West    306    134    147 Landers    140 123    142 j Hig b’am    149 132    127 O’Gorm’n 206 211 Brewer .. 156 141 Stull    163    141    164    I Turley    178 144    170 Totals    426 647    687 j Totals    433 566    535 st. Albans Indrprnd. Royal Billiard Pattison    133 174 180    Htidnall    172    133    202 Ste vers    107 1 54 130 I Montagu*    140    127    84 Austin    154 140 146    Farmer    122    124    94 Butler    159 132 177    Bird    147    169    177 move in on him for this or any o summer. What the league directors wall do is problematical, but they are expected to start by trying to soften Yawkey. Failure there would leave them with a hot potato and no place to throw it, j for, in the first and most important I place, the league rules prohibit, in so i many words, gambling in ball parks. Violation is punishable by forfeiture of franchise. Judge Fuchs and Frick conferred, but could reach no solution, except a general conference of all directors which was hurriedly arranged by long distance. The unprecedented situation was not wholly unexpected. During the midwinter baseball league meetings, Judge Fuchs was refused permission by Frick and Baseball Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis to connect baseball and dog racing in any way. Judge Fuch’s lease is said to have been signed through into 1946, but because, according to the same report, he couldn't meet the rent after last season with his hapless team and because the dog racers were there eager to move in, he was moved out. Judge Fuch’s originally was interested in putting in the dog plant himself. Whether he is connected with the kennel club, which has moved in, has not been established and he could not be reached for a statement. Castle, Grimmett, I; C. Coleman, I; J. Coleman 12, and White, IO. Ellison Takes First In City Skeet Club Shoot ¥ John Ellison was victor in the trophy shoot of the Charleston Skeet club Sunday when he bettered the record in 50 shooting by three strikes getting 47. He also had the highest run of the day when he hit 93 out of a possible IOO. The summary: Ellison, 47-50; Don Asbury, 44-50; Clyde Wheeler, 42-50; Corbett Means, 42-50; V. V. Carney. 41-50; J. B. Connors, 40-50, and M. Bailey, 38-50. Total 553 600 633 Totals 581 553 177 VISCOSE LEAGUE Finishing    j    Operators Alex’nd'r 146 134 145 | Hicks Farmer ......138    I    Mont’gu* Knight    139    125 . ..    Buggess Rhodes    181    162 ISR    West Moore    138    141 136    j    Alexan'r Handicap    194    194 227    ;    Handicap Totals 955 935 1006 I Total 145 160 169 141 103 130 124 138 115 123 109 115 Two Still Tied In Senior Boys’ Race Pater-Hunt, 196, Fult<r». Kl rmifwifTlr, (IO). Wiseman Drug Outfit Loses to HilFs Team SUMMERSVILLE, Jan. 15,—Hill’s Independents, of Summersville, won a high scoring game from Wiseman Drugs here Monday night. 68-51. Hill’s led 33-32 at the half. Porterfield, a guard, scored 23 points for the winners. The summary Hills Neale, f .. ! Harvey, f . I Skaggs, c . I N. Dotson, Porterfield, i Morton, c . Bell. f F. Dotson, Rader, f . Hamilton, Totals Score at half: Wiseman Drugs 2£-Referee—B. Dorsey (68) I Wiseman Drug S (J I) G. F. G. F. ..... I 0 ! Gavin, f .... . 7 0 .....6 0 I Mahood. f ... . 0 0 ..... 3 0 ; Perkins, c ... 12 3 g •• 7 0 i Whanger, g . . 5 0 g .-ll I Hess, g ...... . 0 0 ..... 3 3 ! — — ..... I 0 j f ... 0 0 .....0 0 I ... 0 0 j .....32 4 Totals ..... 24 3 split even in its first two starts. A light conference schedule is on the docket this week. Tonight Morris-Harvey tackles Fairmont at Fairmont. The only appearance of Davis-Elkins on the courts this week is set for Wednesday at Elkins with Alderson-Broaddus furnishing the opposition. Morris-Harvey makes its third conference start the same night at West Liberty. Concord at New River Friday is the only other state championship game. Salem marred West Liberty’s conference debut last night by trouncing the northern West Virginia teachers college, 51-33. Conference standing: I Davis-Elkins ...... ) Sa lpm ............. i Morris-Harvey .... ! Glenville ......... | Alderson-Broeddus I Fairmont ......... J New River ........ i Concord ...... j Wesleyan ......... j West Liberty ..... Potomac .......... Marshall ......... ST. ALBANS, Jan. 15.—The St. Albans City basket ball league moves into the second week of play in the second half race Tuesday night with the first of three games slated to start at 7:30 p. m. With several of the weaker teams in the first half race strengthened for this half closer games are expected than before. C. & O., first half champion, which was defeated last week, faces another hard game when it .stacks up against Hurricane in the first game of the evening. The Imperial Dry Cleaners have been strengthened for the second half race but Company B appears to have the edge in their game, the second on the card. DeLuxe and Zenith meet in the final game of the evening and on past records should put up one of the closest games of the evening. The standings: W. L. Pct. Company B .. ......I 0 I POO Hurricane .... ......I o I OOO Zenith ....... s..**...* ......I 0 I .OOO C. &. O...... ......0 I .OOO Imperial ..... ......(I I .OOO DeLuxe ...... ......0 I .OOO w. L. Pts .3 0 153 o 0 42 J 0 40 .1 I 80 .1 I 71 .1 I 83 .0 0 0 .0 0 Q .0 I 33 .0 I 33 .0 I 30 .0 I 30 Hills Independents 33, {Summersville), School Gets Boxing Male students at Proviso high school in Maywood are receiving boxing les-J sons twice a week. They are being I given by Lou Slimmer, former Uni-] versity of Illinois football player. Beckley Cagers Lose To Tennessee Quintet SEWANEE, Penn., Jan. 15 (APL—• The Racketeers of the University of the South last night deefated the Beckley college, W. Va., squad 37-33 in a hard-fought game. It was the first contes on Beckley’s southern excursion, wdth games slated with the College of Charleston at Charleston, S. C., tonight; the Atlanta, ; Ga., Y. M. C. A., the following night I and probably the University of Tampa I at Tampa, Fla., Thursday. The half-time score was Beckley 13; I University of the South 14. Craighill, a forward, got 19 points for the university, and Saunders 16 j for Beckley. Capital "■B** Squad Opposes Oak Hill Coach Russell (Rat) Thom was to send his Charleston high school “B” team on the floor Tuesday afternoon in its first home game of tho season against Russ Parsons’ Oak Hill Imps at the high school at 3:30 p. rn. On Thursday night the Mountain Lion “B” team will go to East Bank to play the Pioneer “B” squad. The East Bank team is reported to be one of the powers of the “B” quints in the state. The Mountain Lion Cubs have lost games this year to Huntington and Beckley, but both games were played on strange floors. Captain Mitchell Haddad is one of the most outstanding guards of the “B” teams in the state and there is a possibility that he will be moved to the Charleston varsity squad the second semester. Other boys showing promise of Coach Thom’s team are Pug McFarland, Bob Pruett, Bill Lewis and Kus Ellis. Newcomers to the squad within the last few’ days who may break into the game Tuesday against Oak Hill are Ray Goff. Sherwood Oondit. Carl Carp, Junior Ruby and Keith Townsend. CAGE RESULTS Maintenance Cole Phelps Quinn Eagleton I) Deli Markh'm Handicap The Senior Reds and the Sport 164 138 131 {Mart remained in a tie for first place in the Y. M. C. A. Senior Boys’ basket ball league following Monday night’s round. Sport Mart defeated Junior Greenbrier. 31-15; the Junior Reds defeated Gazette East, 30-11, and Greenbrier 265 265 265 962 916 925 Freddie Miller Wins Easy Bout in England BIRMINGHAM, England, Jan. 15 (UP).—Freddie Miller, of Cincinnati, O., outstanding claimant to the world featherweight championship scored an easy decision in 12 rounds over Tommy Rogers, of England, last night. Miller’s body attack began to show on the Britisher as early as the fifth round. Miller was cought off balance in the sixth by a right to the chin and slipped to his knees. He arose and pasted Rogers through the rest of the fight. Totals 914 903 95f Office 128 144 137    Lunsford    156    192    178 .. 160 i Martin    127    143    98 96 80...    Ba’mg’n’r    149    115    124    >,    ,    .    ,    ~    ,.    —T    *    n 105 144 166    j    Britton    ...    190 129 i    turned back Gazette    West,    39-8. 112 139 159    :    Walker    103..... i    The summaries: 119 157 133    I    Clark    158    178 133!    East Gazette (11) J    Junior    Reds    (30) G. F. !    G.    F. Wells, f ....... I    0 J Matheney, f Simon, f  .....0    0|    Lynch, f ... Maney, f  ...... 3    2j    Perry, f ... Roush, c Fulks, p . Painter, g King, g . 239 239 201 Handicap 207 188 ISS Total 900 1006 850 Totals West Liberty Beaten By Conference Team WEST* LIBERTY. Jan. 15 (AP).— Taking an early lead, the Salem college Tigers sot a fast pace last night to give West Liberty’s basketeers their first setback in the state conference, I Hoffman, r 51-33. It was somewhat a rough and tumble affair with six players leaving the game by the personal foul route. The sharp shooting of Pearcy and Newlon gave the Tigers their early lead and they were ahead 26-18 at the half. The summary: ^alcn>    j    West Liberty G F TP I    G    F TP Christ ic. f ... 0    2    2    1    Vossen, f ..    I    3    5 Geibelt, f ..3    4    IO    I    Woodruff, f    2    2    6 Kr'm'n'ck’r c 3    3    9    Robinson, c    2    I Grubbs, g .. 0    I    I    Churchman g    0    4 Stone, g ... 2    0    4    McShane, f    I    02 Pearcy, fi .5    3    13    Shaw, g ____ I    0    2 Robinson, I . (>    2    2    Kuznicki, I ,    2    4    8 N< wlon, £    5    0    IO    Workman, g    0    I    I 0 0 Boedeclcer. c 0 0 Flick, g ... 0 0 ; Gidcs. g .... Cox, g ...... Sabataka. g . 0 I 4 3 4 I 1    0 2    0 3 3 | I OI 0 2 : 0 I j 0 I I Totals ll 8 Sport Mart (31) G. F. Eastwood, f . Allen, f Gladwel. c . White, g ... Williams, g . Slaughter, g Totals Jr. Greenbrier (15) G. F. | 8    0    j    Ex line,    f ...... 3    3    j 2    0    |    Harold,    f ...... 0    0    , 2 0 j McElhinney, c . o O’ I    0    I    Lewis,    c ...... 0    0    ■ I    I    I    Ashley,    g ...... 0    I    j I 0 Midelburg, g . 2 I j 0    0    i 15 I Totals 5 5 Totals 18 15 51 West Gazette (8) G. F Ashley. £ ...... 0 Crites, I ....... I Shaw, c........ 2 Thomson, g 5 j Simon, g . 4 2 ! Totals .., ream si and mg 0 ( 0 ' 3 2 Greenbrier (39) G F Lilly, f ........ 7    0 Greenleaf, f ... 7 0 Williamson, c .. 3    0 ’’’coner, g .... 0 I Wilson, g ......2    0 Totals Totals 9 15 33 Colleges Iowa, 39; Minnesota, 33 (overtime) Duke, 30; Virginia, 20, Ohio Wesleyan. 41; Denison, 30. Purdue, 33; Northwestern, 31. Indiana, 42. Illinois, 29. Millsap*. 42; Birmingham Southern, Alabama, 38; Mississippi, 26. Berea, 53; Transylvania, 32. Pennsylvania. 32; Harvard. 23. Temple, 40; Georgetown. 26. Kentucky, 66; Chattanooga, 19. High Schools East Bank. 54. Seth, 15. Nitro, 30; Elkview, 19. Score at half: Salem, 26; West Liberty, 18. Referee: Stumpp, West Virginia. Columhia-Dartmouth Will Meet Next Fall NEW YORK, Jan. 15 (AP).—Columbia and Dartmouth will close their 1935 football seasons on November 30 in New York in a resumption of gridiron relations after a lapse of four years. Reynolds Benson, manager of athletics at Columbia, announced a three-year agreement has been signed, with the 1936 game scheduled for November 7 at Hanover and the 1937 engagement in New’ York on a date to be decided later. Columbia and Dartmouth have played right times on the gridiron in 32 years. The Lions won the first in 1899 and the last in 1931, losing the intervening six games. 19 I w. L. Pct. Senior Reds ............ ....... 6 0 1.000 Sport Marl ............ ....... 5 0 1.000 Greenbrier ............. .......5 2 .715 Junior Reds ............ ....... 4 3 .572 Junior Greenbrier ...... ....... 3 4 .429 Gazette Eastside ....... *) 5 .286 Gazette Westside ....... .......0 7 .OOO Ess] JI DINE and DANCE SOUTH RUFFNER COFFEE SHOPPE Charleston's Most Popular Rendezvous SERVING SPAGHETTI—STEAKS SALADS and SANDWICHES “HUDEPOHL ON TAP” McCorkle Ave., at Lick Branch Drive East front C. A O. Station Plenty Parking Space NOW SHOWING They Add to the Gayety of Life! MONTGOMERY What ah* knew about men would fill a book ... but he taught her something new about lore! The tea-son’s wittiest hit! Uitkj COWARD CVE RETT HORTON EDWARD ARNOLD • UNA MERKEL! Added Attraction TODD-KELLY COMEDY “DONE IN OIL” ;