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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, June 12, 1929, Image 11

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------ . --------------------------- ¥ 1 .......... r VZUU \ 1 HI. DAII.Y I'II m S, wHITr. fLAINa* N. Wr.IJiNliSDA'Y, JUNK 12, 1929 [* l ** bon * 9200 1 U CVs si po ; R1 PS Battle Avenue School Still R etains Its Track Supremacy Championship Game Today Scheduled At Scarsdale New Rochelle and White Plains Fighting It Out on Butler Field This Afternoon. County Tennis Champions YALE EXPECTS HARD FIGHT IN HARVARD RACE T HE High School diamond at Scarsdale is the scene of the county high school baseball league championship game this afternoon. The Westchester Interscholastic Athletic Association officials named this field instead of a field in Mamaroneck previously designated. On the dia ­ mond, more or less familiar to it, the White Plains High School nine, with its suits and paraphernalia newly ex ­ humed from the mothbags, and its team ready after a few days of getting back into condition since the official close of the league season, is battling for the county's highest ■ baseball honor with an equally confident nine from New Rochelle High School. On* of the biggest upset* In*- • ■ - ■ - ---------------------------- eounty athletio history makes this •vent possible. A feW. week* sgo ths White PIlUns and New Rochelle boys were talking regretfully of the »raaun thst wsj closing and were looking forward to the game between the probable winner. Roosevelt High of Yonkers and the tall end club of the league. Yonkers High School, at that city. , _ Roosevelt Beaten Roosevelt, with perhsp* one of ths bast pitchers and Impressive firing of victories over every team to the league, should have been able to make “ duck soup\ out of their city opponents who had iron but few games. It was figured. » Then came the catastrophe. But not a catastrophe far New Rochelle end White Plains. Briefly, but painfully, tba cellar team turned in Its wrath over the attempted grab of a forfeit by Roosevelt earlier In the season. and tripped up the league leaders by a 6-3 score. The eounty high echool locker rooms are still ringing with talk Baseball Title Game Played at Scarsdale Field After much vacillating' the site of the New Rochelle While Plains championship game has been changed again and will be played at Scars ­ dale High School field. At first It was scheduled there but wss later changed to Ua maroneck. New Rochelle found thai the Mamaroneck field war not available for practice and asked that It be played at Scarsdale. They Journeyrd here yesterday to get In prar tire and today the game will be called at three at This defeat the W. L A. A. offl- slals decided, threw Rooeeveit New Rochelle and White Plains High » Into a three-cornered tie A play-off sc! that . was arranged with Roosevc) meet New Rochelle at Marnarc last Saturday and the winni meet White Plains today. Game Forfeited Through a misunderstanding, the Roosevelt plsyora failed to reach the field In time to go through will, the contest. It appears that an un ofTIcla! report of cancellation of th. game wns given the Roosevelt Player* In an anonymous telephone nil and they failed to show up New Rochelle appeared In full fon-. and took the game by forfeit. d> \pile protests of the Yonkers schou coach, present at the time. Sonu were made to adjust thn but It was finally forfeit' basts and N< champlonahip £i peeled Weslcheatar Cm ting no chances, fhts were good hape something especially on harvard ’ a was a th* most ' of our reliable ears. Guaranteed appearance and performance. IMS OAKLAND COACH 1*8 ESSEX COACH ISM ESSEX SEDAN IS- 7 ESSEX KOADSTrlR ISM HUDSON BROUGHAM ISM BUICK COACH tt pn .vn.1 Series team finds Itself In the role of spn tutor at today's contest along with hundreds of eounty fans. And tlie also ran*\ will mix It. This .will be the first time that the count) sent team has had a chance to get a look In at a championship event aside from track meet*. The coach. Phillip Ackley Is leav ­ ing at the end of the term for a Buffalo school, and his boys are out to give him a good send off In the form of a champlonahip. New Kochrlle Favored New Rochelle will have Its star ; hurler. Charley Santoro tn the bo*. aTUml-man to beat, but Conte of • White Plains at hi* best, i figure on the firing line either The last time the t ’ 1 White Plains had lost I fifst Of the season, to Roosevelt, j New Rochelle stood between It and | a possible chance at the vhampion- i ship Just as It does today. And | New Rochelle crushed While Plains | »-1 at ths local field. It Is on this .basis that New Ro- ! I chelle figures the favorite to win ; ths championship, by a barrage of < hits. But the members of the j I Oranga and Black hold that they I were “ way off\ on that day. that 1 everybody booted the bail and that 11 ■>*nWVJH Our Doors Are Never Locked! A UTOMOBILE Service, thorough, conscientious and skillful, now at your disposal twenty-four hours every day. You ’ re sure to be pleased with our work. FEATURING M^tin Custom Built Cord Tires U. S. Motor Oils and Polish Socony Motdr Oils Fine Selection Used Tires ^ ^ flat tires repaved 9: FREE ROAD SERVICE SPADE Tire & Auto Suppy Co. to; K. U THURMAN. 8«:'r-Ti Phone W.-P. 5650- J Win Meet For Second Time; Eight Records Eclipsed Four Junior High Schools Battle It Out, at Recreation Park; East View in Second Palace. of Graduate* May WtoATTLE AVENUE-Junior High School retained jits su- >nfideiil of Victory, ® premacy over the other junior high schools in the city i • a yesterday in sport by winning .the annual track meet at Attitude Be Gonl j Hut Grew mid Students Recreation Park. Scoring sixty-two points in the thirteen Anticipate Hattie events they romped in away ahead of their nearest rival, --------- East View, by twenty-three points. George Washington night think Yale did not score a point. Starting off with the various dashes Ime of It against Battle avenue ran up many points. Seven first places were rnnuai crew rac* > scored by the winning team and six second places. Sev- ne 21. tut ih, at- eral thirds and fourths added to the total. East View made only, three first* e --------- : ----------- \ * four seconds. Mamaronecki ling of Joy and i broad Jump of the Junior das*, and Dcc “ * v * na *- fonrt h. Time S3 1-6 e race' la rowed ! * • B,Jr ° n * onc of the ; ^Y^rd^ReUy .*0-106 Jb. > - ISJ.O spirit of i Craig, of Battle avenue, placed \n I B ‘ ule »'enue. first; Mamaroneck I.rjder send. hi. ■ lw# , ¥tnU ln thf m „ L H . pUe ^, j -venue second; Poet road, third; survey surface | second In the broad Jump and third y* ew ' fou,u ‘ - Time. 87 2-6 ■ early hour, of . ln the 80-yard dash for th. nlnety- igafn a. th. sun pound and under elan. Tills gave stance Connectl- him a five-point total. No Individual i no feeling that - Won more than five points, but sev- erlth Harvard Is era! of them who competed In one nr carnival with | event and made j»ints also ran ln e formation. In- ; on. of th. relay, for their school leep respect for ( and thus aided in gaining more and nothing la j points for their school* • Eight Records Broken I be may seem It was a perfect afternoon for Certainly\ the j the mq*t with a fast track, a warm or the Blue hail Three of the four relay record, fell . Columbia eight | — the 440-yard relay tor the 108 to rhee. and since | 120-pound boy. suffering the worst cnn. Cornell and i beating. The old one was 1:04 and everything, else I this waa towered by seven seconds river. Undnubt- , down to 57 seconds. One-fifth of a ived since Derby second came off the 30-yard dash, y a narrow mar- [ and the same front the 80-yard tim Mornlngtldc ’ dash. Weir of Blast View made the e there has been ! record by winning over a fast it ration that a | fi'ld and Peter of Battle avenue set has made j the other by beating out his team- early sea- mate. Daily, dmost every one •ard Relay U06-120 lba.l- first; Battle avenue, sec- toneck avenue, third : View, fourth. Time 37 seconds (new record). 880-Yard Relay (121-Iba. or over) - East View, first; Battle avenue, second: Mamaroneck avenue, third: Pget road, fourth.. Time 1:31 1-6 30- Yard Dash (90 lb*. < — Weir. East View, drst; Poa*. toad, second;/ Craig. Battle avenue, third; Dpvls. Poet road, fourth- Time J--lsocondi (new rec ­ ord). 60-Yard Dash '91-103 lbs.) — Peter. Battle avenue, cm: Dally, Battle avenue, second; Reigal. Mamaro ­ neck'avenue, third; Gordon. East View, fourth Time 7 W seconds TO-Yard Dash <100-120 Ibs.l- Warn*:. -Battle avenue. find; Fine- out. Post road, second; Ja son. Post road, third; Owen. Pose road. ?ourth. Time 8~ 8-6 seconds •u r. Apgar of Mamaroneck school, *004 jrrdie^he ‘ was^dolng that . .broke th. record for th. Junior ave^ ' th^S m . h JT I,cere respect for ! clu . brodm Jump . H e mad. a leap ' avenue, third, Miller \They don't row , of “ „.t Olnche, whJTSiOT U ** it Yale, but thev .... .... I seconds (equals record). \»■ to pull for.\ .,n| 0r dlvtsion of th “ £ra. \v«t f 0- (, ump <# ° ’ f' B#d mfident landlub- , Clements of Haiti, av.nu. ...r- -/ Apgar. .Mamaroneck avenue, fir*.. * ur ‘ j Craig. Battle avenue, second; Cole, | Battle avenue, third: Westdahl. \ ~ Mamaroneck avenue, fourth. Dis ­ tance. 14 feet 5 inches (new record). Thr-clb.r b, ,d — . I “ • y »-» : ESS C.M. V “ *. “ * Bbibbbb. P«, passed the old record'- by foot when he sailed out Into ths pit 18 feet 1 Inch. The old record was 14 feet 9 Inches' old n Relay Race Exciting In ths 100-yard dash Hayde of _ _ East View equalled the fccord of smen rowed In ! H 2-5 seconds. Lego came In seo- , also be-a differ- ] end to give East'Vtcw eight points. Banner of the 1 The high Ithnp for the older boys irvard has cause ( lested until Bunker of Battle avo ­ id saying about nue and Snyder of East View were enchantment bi ,h « on 1 ) ’ left Th \ height er. In his usual 1 went to four-ten. four feet ele b, up the sltua-1 * nd l “ t O' - * feet. 8n; just do- j cleared It on his second Jump g and I haven't I then Bunker tried. I going to turn ed * l off and came i he departs In | edge of the pit with reetlonor. appar- Just knock- iwn on the le hand un- ____ _ __ he got up his wrist olved with \he I ws * *Pr*lned and he was unable to is rate of tariff I continue. Snyder won this, but If Cabinet, though j Bunker had not been hu here still linger. , «••«>«» might have been mind regarding *hlr — ■ - ‘ ' possibility ‘ \ i to believe one of the best -eader has ever hen we sSJ' that red\ * “ e.<fr« The two boys had but Inches to go and both looked capable of doing It. Iropuy l'rrarnted Th* sbotput was the last evenL By that time Battle avi meet In their grasp, means | lh “ Bemetrop* from of them | won tt- and Cara von added another record). High Jump (108-120 lbs.) — Lag*- tree. Battle avenue.- first; Baric*, East View, second; Davis. Mamaro ­ neck avenue and Loose. Battle ave ­ nue. tied for third and fourtK Height, 4 feet 8 Inches (new rec High Jump (121 lbs. or overt — , Snyder, East View, first: Bunker. I Battle avenue, second: English. Mamaroneck avenue, and Feldman. I Battle avenue, tied for'third and I fourth. Helgfft. 5 feet. Shotput — Demetrops. Battle ave ­ nue. first; Dunn. East View, second. Hayde..East View, third; Caravone. Battle avenue, fourth. Distance. 40 feet 8 Inches. Points; Five for first place; three, for second: two for third: and one for fourth. Total Fnfnts Battle avenue ____ _ 62 21V mo ! Rcigh Count Enter* Only One More Race .ed out th. best. I wlu> rourtb place 1 The meet ran off without a hitch djie to the- fine work of Mr. Mc­ Govern and the numerous officials who aided him. All the events yrcre ended at 3:30 and then the McMU- New York. June 12 (UP) — Relgh i >»n Trophy was awarded to Mr. Count. 1*28 Kentucky Derby win- Kapp, principal of the .Battle ave-' ‘ recently won the Corona- nue school. He also received the University club banner which the boys from his school retained for ths second time. The actual pre ­ sentation of the placque called Joy of Effort, will be made at the Battle — -------- m ------------- — — r --------- j . avenue school commencement Gene Homan*, young Englewood, Hert* of Chicago. Th. summary; | N. J, star, was th* defending; After returning home. Relgh 440^ard Relay (98-lb. and under . champion. Count will be retired to the stud. — Battle avenue, first; East View, < Reading __ i. PhlUic*. ami Ha j Tnronto _________ 28 •: Gehrig. Yankees, ' Newark -------------- 23 , Montreal ________ 24 Hants, and O'Doul, Phillies. 12, Buffalo _________ 20 iurnt. Phillies; Jackson, Giants. Jersey City ______ 18 ... . ---------------- - ------ .•Ison. Cub*, and Foxx. Athletic*.; I >H>n cup race ln England and Yankees, and Botlomley. , MET GOLF STAWTK I pointing for the Ascot gold cup Montclair. N. J.. June 12 (UP) — r * ce - \dl* *>• shipped back to .the » homer* Dykes. Sim- A field of 111 golfers started on ' United State* on June 22. aecoTd- ••nxx. Athletics; Krlach. the first round of the annual me- 1 >»g to a cablegram received here ' Caidmals and O'Doul Phillies, one tropolitan golf championship today. | from th* horse's owner, John D. HIGH TIDE SCHEDULE & AM P.i 12. Wednesday 13 Thursday _ 14 Friday ___ 13 Saturday _ 16 Sunday ___ 17 Monday __ - 8:14 _ B:02 - 8:46 IB Wednesday . 20 Thursday _ ______ 10:28 21 Friday ---------------- 11TO0 22 Saturday ________ 11:32 23 Sunday _________ 11:50 24 Monday _________ 11:58 23 Tuesday _________ 0:30 28 Wednesday _____ l;0B 27 Thursday ________ 1:30 28 Friday ---------------- 2:33 29 -Saturday _________ X.24 “ ' 4:18 By DICK DORGAN 12:80 1:04 1:42 2:14 8:08 «

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