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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, April 12, 1929, Image 10

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Many Famous Bird Dogs to Enter F ield Trials on Monday Sports Rivalry Question 'CENTRALS AND Has a Local Application intramural Program Ver.us Outride Competi­ tion Can Be Settled in a Sane Manner O NCE again the question of the abolition in inter ­ collegiate sport has been brought up— this time at Amherst. James Sidney Stillman, a former editor of the \Student. ” started a great furore when lie suggested that intercollegiate sport be done away with, and that an intra-mural plan take its place at Amherst. Whether or not Stillman's idea takes any definite shape, undoubtoulj he has started the American undergraduate thinking, r^-ijich is no small feat in its elf. ___________ _ Of course there U * violent group* of opposition, at A m tWH tt. ! » ■»*» «* -fog' to lessen hi. at any offlSr colli teres: In Inle/colleRiate »port. When Uie men cf tho Amherst footbftll taa-n wire interviewed, they were unanimous ;a stating that Still ­ man's plan fer concentration upon intramural ntbletlrs would not I work in practice. Bedford Britten, i the captain • of lost year's eleven. | J believed thLl the theory of the Idea | was splendid, but that the Alumni would not sl'rnd for It- He claimed ; that “ We would get a lot of molly- j J coddles here In Amherst ' ' Whet Strphen Grant, the pre.ent «dltor-ln<h.<I of the school paper . era* Intervl ■red. he was rngey and S' non-coaimlfid. Nevertheless, there seemed to bo a large number of p:omln8nt undergraduates who were anxiouu to to' out the Idea. Among there was Paul Hafey. 1929, pr • Ident of the 8tudent Council, who was enthusiastic about It. and who attended a conference at wldch the editors of the school pa ­ pers and the presidents of the school organisations or Amherst. 1 r*| Ip CT*D INI Williams and Wesleyan, met to dis- 1 _ Cttss the method m which this ideal ” TENNIS MATCH Wight be placed before the student _______ bodies of the three Institutions All of these men were definitely In fa ­ vor of the plan. Intramural* Endorsed There Is no doubt that uny plan to special ire In Intramural athletics____ would meet with full approbation j \'iurcel Ralnvtlle, Montreal, a llt- of the faculties. President Peace Ue French Canadian, established of Amherst feels that this Is not a himself as one of the favorites by for faculty supervision. If winning his quarter-final match Bowling League To Hold Dinner And Give Prize* The Elks will give their an ­ nual dinner for the lnler- County Elks Bowling league. Saturday evening at 6: SO. The bowling team repraaentlng the local organisation will be feted for winning the cham ­ pionship of this league for the fourth consecutive year. Edward Fitrgerald. presl dent of the league will award numerous prizes won by var ­ ious members during the sea- The teams represented will come from Brofig, New Ro- ubt'le. Yonkers. Port Chester. Mmint Vernon and White Plains BUS BARS WIN ALLEYGAMES Recreation Center Is The Scene of The Next to The Last Matches of Bowling Tournament The next to tho last meet of The Dally Reporter bowling tournament held last night at tha Recrea ­ tion Bowling Center. The Centrals the Klwants Club and won and Battle Hill contingent managed to lose to the Bus Bara Jays of the Centrals rolled the highest total by one point Smith of the Bua Bara. His 508. Smith rolled the highest game score with ! pressed him close. The Klwanls managed to k< i light hold oi\ last place. The s Bryant Smith . Centrals 1st 2nd 3rd Til ____ 14# 214 181 — 544 - ------ 172 165 163-500 ------- 1*7 181 200-56* ------- 182 171 191-544 ------- 154 201 186-521 - U73 109 135 —417 - *124 181 122 — 427 . 170 138 155 — 463 J 160 190 158 — 528 - 178 104 188-560 758-2395 est yesterday at th semi-final round o North and South t dure la any question of athletics it must be settled by the student* who play. And the student* are quite able to decide for themselves. he feels. But it Is very difficult to ascer ­ tain undergraduate opinion, for It te mostly Inarticulate, and at An- •rcolleglat\ athletics have no stress because Amherst spends little for the upkeep of sports, and because a eystem of Interfraternlty -athletics Is highly organized. Al ­ though the voice of Amherst can ­ not be considered the voice of all universities, neverthelees it Is certal; ■{itutions of higher learning. Uipre *- — Intelligent minority which s tho over-emphasis plat ercolleglate sports, and - that colleges have football not a football In an interscholastio way this Idea has spread through the schools Thrr e Is ■as of the rivalry between Ntoi f the schools in the league. from Wllmer Allison, of Fort Worth. Tex.. No. 5 ranking player if the United Btptes. 3 6. 6-4. 8-6- The victory sens the grealeat sur- jrise of the tournament. Rainvllle ihowlng unexpected power at service and In the back court. John Wright. Toronto, came from behind to ecore a slashing victory Gilbert Hall. Orange. N. J.. 3^. 6-1. fM. John Van Ryn, Orange. N. J. No. 6 ranking player, scored an easy victory over Tanto Abe. a member of the 19-8 Japanese Davis dip team. 6-1. 6-1 A team mate of Abe's emerged •Ictorious, however, whan Sadi 4 Japan, eliminated I. Yoemun's. Washington. In straight 6-3. 6-3. Rainvllle and Onda meet In the +*rst semi-final match today and Van Ryn opposes Wright Ip 625 SB Battle Hill 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. — . — IK 164 142 — 468 ™_ 130 187 191-508 Whitney __ ----- 126 164 156 — 446 Whitmore --- 178 140 151 — 475 Bru techy ------- - 148 168 156 — 472 Totals ----- - 744 822 802-2389 Bus Barm Flgue ----------- - 173 170 115 — 488 Oliva --------- 110 140 158 — 408 Krau* ------- 160 181 176 — 517 222 181-565 Belmont . _ 202 170 Others VJ._ v%.. * V/i v-; 195-567 National Champion Mary Blue of Alabama on List Southern New York Fish and Game Associa ­ tion Meet Draws Local Entrant* as Well O N Monday oP'MXt week the aecond annual spring field triala on liberated quail will be run on the bi* new field on King street, between Purchase street and Anderaon Hill road. These fields are well adapted for the bird dog trials as there is plenty of fine cover and the fields are criss-crossed with bridal paths which will make it very easy for those who care to follow the trial* on foot or horseback. The owners and trainers are arriving in town now and have their headquarters at the Wallace Hotel. Many are coming direct from the Goshen trials. > The drawings for the event will be at the City Hall on Sunday night and over thirty of the beet known dogs In the country are entered. In ­ cluding the National Champion. Mary Blue, owned by Walter Tea- gle, president of the Standard Oil Company. ThU dog will be run by Chealey Harris of Hayneirlll.. Ala. Other noted trainer* Include R. D. Bevane; Edwanl Farrior, of Union Spring*. Ala.; J. M. Avent, of Hick ­ ory Valley, Team, and W. Ridge, of the Rumaon Kennels, New Jersey. Many Noted Dog* Bun The** men. wUl run the following noted dog*: Air Pilot, Eagle Ferris, Promi ­ nence. Buzz Detour, Coming Storm. Swlftsure Prairie Jim, Revalue. Mount Brilliant Alf. Doone*. Caro ­ lina Jack. Seavlow Rex. Tarheel!*, — Owwll. Mtlllon- Y. M. H. A. Baseball Team Plays Game At Mount Vernon The first unSEalf gam* of the season for the Whit* Plains Y. M. H. A. will be played on Sunday at Mount Vernon against th* Mount Vernon Y. M. H. A. This start* off th* Hebrew Association's Metropolitan baseball league which Ip- , eludes moat of the cities In the county and the various organizations In New York. The local team has been practicing for aom* time and will probably start the season with a good game. The reg ­ ular schedule has not been announced as yet. QOS - 807 883 855-2545 GOLF FINALS APPROACHING Amateur Golf Tournament at Pine- hunt Approaches Final* With Three Stan Mining Three favorite* were missing y terday at the quarter Anal round il north and south teur iflBf championships at Charlotte. N. G — Th* New York Yankees play their last- game of the training season in the south to ­ day, meeting Charlotte In an exhi ­ bition contest here. Tomorrow the Yanks are due In New York for the first of their two game series with the Brooklyn Robins at Brook ­ lyn. The Yankees were a* weak as Held. New York; C. Rots usual on the mound yesterday and lie, amateur champion of • th* Atlanta Crackers made 20 hits Canada, and Eugrna Homans, [befora dropping the decision to Princeton star, were the victims of New York. a trio of upsets that featured the! Phlladelphlu-The lowl; Phillies first round of championship play. I today found themselves within B. P. Merriman, Waterbury. | reach of th# Philadelphia city < Conn., defeated Held. 1 up, In a I pionship. possibly the only thrilling match that required 19! they may gain this year. Beating holes to decide. J. D. Chapman, of the Athletics, 3 lo 1, yesterday, the Greenwich. Conn./ stopped Somcr- • Phils took a 2-to-l lead In the five -*\* 2 itp. The match between Ho- 1 game scries and the A'a are faced and Richard Wilson. • South-1 with the necessity of winning the ^inea, went 21 holes before the last two games If they wish to , | outrank their National League George Dawson, Chicago, medal ! bro5her »- >■ won a comparatively easy vie- ’ Washington-With three victories lory over T. S. Taller, Newport, over the New York Giants to their R. I-. 4 and 3. Phillips Findlay, of credit- the Washington Senators Harvard, advanced through the were ready today to oppose th# Me­ rest round ay defeating J. S. 'Grass men In the fifth game of the Knight. Akroq. 1 up. ; spring scries here. The Senators W- C. FOwnei, Jr.. Pittsburg, an- 1 played perfect ball yesterday to win her favorite, reached today's the fourth game. 3 to L , Llska quarter finals by eliminating N. P pitched the Brat elx Innings and al- Ray, Toledo, 2 and 1. George lowed but one hit. champion. came Greensboro, S. C-— The Brooklyn J\ flr *L m*tch - de- Robins make their last appearance H Swo »**' Philadelphia. thf #julh h . r , today, meeting c local Piedmont Leaguers In an :hlbttion game. The Robins en- dianapolls American Association team In the first of a three gam* series today. Al Thomas, ably will pilch the league opening game, will work. The Sox gams Terre Haute, of the Eye League was rained out. Kansas City, Mo. — The Chicago Cubs arrived today for a series with Kansas City. Charley Root wtn pitch the first five or seven Innings today. Manager Joe McCartny of the Cuba now la satisfied with his pitching and says he believes he Today's Exhibition Games Chicago (Ai vs Indianapolis (A. A. I at Indianapolis, Ind. Detroit r e T oron t o (I) at Detroit (SAAl at Charlotte. N. C. Boston (N) vs Holy Cross Col ­ lege at Worcester, Mats. Washington vs New York (N1 at Washington. Cleveland v* Birmingham (S) at Birmingham. Ala. Phillies v* Athletics at Phila ­ delphia. Chicago (N) vs Kansas City (AA) at Kansas City, Mo. Pittsburgh vs Memphis IS) at Memphis. Trt\n. Brooklyn vs Greensboro (P) at Greensboro, S. C. VOIGHT PLAYS OL F B RACKET In Semi-Final Round Whb Find ­ lay of Harvard in North-South Tourney Plnehurat. N. G, April 13 — Georg* Volght, of New York, and Phillips Findlay, Harvard, meet her* today In th* semi-final/round of the an ­ nual north and south ami.teur golf championship. In th* oth*r brack ­ et Richard Wilson. Southern Pines, N. G. meets William C. Fownes, Jr., of Pittsburgh. Fownes gained 4b* semi-finals by ihootlng soma of th* steadiest golf of the day to defeat George Daw- Chlcago, tournament medalist. 3 end 2. He averaged even fours 18 holes played yesterday and Included a 45- foot putt for an eagle 3. ^ Volght caught C. S. Eaton. Win ­ chester, Mass., off hla game, and h-4 little trouble In winning, 7 and 8. Eaton found considerable trouble among hla Irons while Volght consistent with all clubs. Wilson stopped P. B. Merciam. Waterbury. Conn.. 5 and 4. In one of the big surprises of th* tourna ­ ment. Merriman. expected to win handily, could not control hie clubs and Wilson met comparatively little opposition. In th* fourth matoh Findlay elim ­ inated J. D. Chapman. Greenwich. Conn, 5 and 3. leading moat of'the way. Findlay rivaled Fownes by sinking a 40-foot putt on the 15th, with his opponent S dovfq for a birdie 3 and victory. TEN ROUND DECISION Detroit — Billy Wallace. Cleveland lightweight, won a ten round deel- from Tommy Grogan, of Oma- Highland Club Boys Plays Strong Team This evening the team of the Highland Ping-Pong Club Journey to the Boy* Club of New York, on* of the strongest teams In the Metropolitan Ping-Pong As ­ sociation League, where they will engage that team In a regularly scheduled match of the League. Four single* and on* double match will be played. For Whit* Plains tha singles men will be Bernard Bergman. Malcolm Hoffman. Ed ­ ward Svigate and Howard Hoff- Malcolm Hoffman and Ed ­ ward Svigals, the team which de ­ feated Schaad and Bacon of New Rochelle, will play th# doubles. Ryder Cup Players May React to Hard Winter Campaigns By Francis Oulmet Former Open and Amalettv Champion Next month the -yes of both Vmerican and l.iglteh fan* wUl te turned toward he Ryder Cup natchea whl 1 vi 11 be held at J luortoim Leeds I vpril 26th and | :7th. Following s will come th* t Muirfleld on May n both feet* of Walter Hagen Wfetaln the rown. If competition mean* “ anything the American* already have th# matches won. When one compare* the busy winter season which a ma ­ jority of tha American player* have t in playing golf from California Florida with th* activities of th* British golf*r* It would s**m • -* they should be perfect golfera if ever they were going to Stacked up against their British cousins they have had much th* better training ao far thl* Maaom Golf, however, doe* not alwaytf favor th* person that Indulge* In playing all th* Um*. Bobby Jone* has repeatedly won tournament* after a long lay off andjuat,* couple of day* of preliminary training to loosen up th* muscle*, golfera may have and Interest In th blase American player* can muster after their strenuous winter cam ­ paign. . Hickory Shafts the V England Then again another consideration .nun Into the affair and It strangely thl* time favor* the Brit ­ ish. That 1* the matter-of playing on the home grounds, a psycholog ­ ical factor which cannot . be over ­ looked. -Florida climate Is well and good for winter vacationist* but ' a training ground for an arduc campaign in England It has yet to be proven the right thing* Thera are breezes over these Southern links on numerous occasions hut It would take quit* a stretch of th* Imagination U> call them Identical to the one* that howl over the fairway and rough In England. Ther* li an art In playing golf In the wind which golfer* must learn on the British links. - Thera are plenty of American golfer* who have met and mastered this ele ­ mental force In regards to golf shots and moat of these experienced player* are busy teaching those pooke Clara. Blmpklns Jess Speedy, Lipstick. Count. King Richard. In ­ dependent Boy. Jim Momoney, Revelation, Dhrue Ghost. Soblg, Ridgefield Bob and Master Rock Rodfleld. Other dogs entered In * to date are Duke White- Ghoststones. Non Stop Flight. Elmeford Punch. Raps True Girl, Franks Undaunted, Pleasant- vllle Sam. Phil Tomahawk, Little 8ally Waters. Escoheat Kit White- atone. Escoheag. Lila Whltcstone, Escoheag Minnie E-air. Jill Jallop, Joy Rodfleld. Doctor Don Rodfleld, Peggy Tudor. Rapa' True Girl. Nep- ken Invader. Nepkan Lady: Honor of Scad bury. Harts Flash, Hllland- er* Wynkyn. Tne first trial will start about 9 . m. on Monday with the Class \Open Puppy.\ followed by the Class B \Open Junior all age and then the Class C \Free for All ” for the $1.000 00 stake. It Is expected to finish this last class about Wed ­ nesday and on the following Sat ­ urday, April 20, the cover dog class ­ es will start and over 100 dogs will be entered to run In these three classes which will be Judged upon the basis of the Ideal dog for work lq varied northern cover. Thomas P. Baldwin and Joseph Crane, ar.. will judge the Field Trial Class er and Elmer M. Simpkins and Dr. H. C. Plained will Judge th* Cover Dog Claes's. Next Monday night will- see th* first annual dinner of th* Associ ­ ation at 7 p. m. at the Elks Club, and tickets can h* procured from Fred Brandts, chairman, for $2 50 apiece. There Will b« an entertain ­ ment and moving picture show and a large crowd will no doubt partici ­ pate. Men Interested In fine dogs will b* her* from all over the country, a* \the entries include Rhode Is ­ land. Massachusetts, Connecticut, Long Island. Pennsylvania. North and South Carolina. Alabama. Mis ­ sissippi. Tennessee. Ohio. Delaware ad New York State. White Plains Entries Those who will have dogs enter ­ ed from White Plain* are: Thom ­ as Brady, Sam Fallas. Top Turnura. Fred Gllllck. Fred Brand**. Joaaph Harmon and Mel Roach. Over alxty-one dog* ar* already entered and names are coming In th* tlm* for -additional doge which will b* run. Many of th* men ar* entering several dog* of their own and most of these ar* being handled by trained men who have run the same dogs all over the country. Several entry blanks Include tha urn of seven or sight dog* and n has eight now with the prom ­ ise of three more coming. Th# champion* of the last two trials of Rumaon. N. J, and Ooahsn. N. Y, will be on hand to defend their prestige. One of the moat enthusiastic dog owners In the country will be bera from Hlekory Valley. Term. He la J. M. Avent and 1* considered th* dean of them all as many of hla seventy-five years have been spent In this sport. He will have several dogs of hla own competing. All road* leading to th* trials WIU be placarded In a day or so f®r to drive out and **• this avent, lasti ng^ most^of th* week beginning rttieh links the secret. Hlekory shafts aril! be th* pre ­ dominant style during then partic ­ ular matches This U an old Eng ­ lish custom and ona American golfera must adhere to when they play over there. To meat this qualification th* American players ar* busy changing their shaft*. This may sound like an Insignifi ­ cant item to a' good deal of p*o- golfer who.has fc st**I shafts all winter. It may mean th* difference beta _

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