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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, September 23, 1929, Image 10

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THE DAILY PRESS, WHITE PLAINS, N. Y„ MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 191* Soccer Club Defeated For The Fi rst Time This Season jocal Booters Beaten By 1 Port Chester Eleven, 9-1 GUS UHLMANN HOPPING ON IT! White Plains Soccer Club Suffers First Defeat of Season With Three Subs in Line-up. I f|«HE White Plains Soccer Club met a surprising defeat i- A yesterday when it was trampled over by the Port Ches- '• ter eleven in a one-sided game. The score of 9-l v how- i ever, is not indicative of the relative strength of the two teams, insomuch as the local eleven played with three £ substitutes in the line-up. From start to finish there was no doubt as to the outcome of the contest. It was Port | Chester with the ball and White Plains guarding the goal, k Time after time the visiting team worked the ball in front r 'of the local posts and although on many occasions a goal was avoided, on nine kicks i ‘ ' ’ \ At ths very beginning the locaH loam made their beet .showing • when clever team-work placed the leather lc front of Port Chester's goal poet* and a kick by Wire trend, a newcomer to the local ranke. sent It through. Immediately following the score the Fort Cheater team launched It* great offensive which wetted It *lz goal* In the first half. During the second' half the on- 1 *ntil near the end of the game that She local team began to hold It* r »wn. The point* for the visiting team Were to a great measure scored by JDroh and Knutson. Knutson ae- ■ mounted for four goals whllo Oroh 1 patted three. Two more were se- , . cored by Peterson. ! The defeat was the first marked against the local team this season hot Is of Utile matter as It is not recorded In tbs Southern Football Association League of which both / are members. Its ■canon does not 1 officially open until October 8. Warily Coquette, Owned by Bedford Hills Fancier. Is High Prize Winner at An ­ nual American Dog Show. WELCOME IS BEST HUNTER The sixteenth annual Qreenwleh Horse Show was held Saturday with a crowd of 3,000 persons watching the Judging. There were close to 700 entries. A notable victory was scored in the hunter class when Miss Hope Glmbel of New Tork. nBIng Wel ­ come. carried off the Rayna) C. Bolling Cup.' Miss Glmbel repeated her victory In the Greenwich Cup class, scoring this time with Sweet ­ heart. Mrs. Glmbel, with her daughter Mabel, triumphed In the hunt team class and Mrs. Glmbel and her daughter Hope scored In New York Girl Defeats Mrs. ,/Endicott in Tennis Finals of Invitation Tourney at Ardsley Club. Miss Norms Taubele. of New Tork. defeated Mr*. William M. Endlcott, of Pride ’ s Cross. Mass. Saturday afternoon by 6 — 4. 1 — 6, 6 — 3, In the final round singles match of the Ardslry Club ’ s annual Invitation tournament. The doub- Rovers-fiT -------- 4 1*3012 1 — 14 Freebooters ____ 10 11*10 1 — * Goals — Rovers : Harrison 6, Mar ­ shall 2, Bullock 3. Sherman 3. Free ­ booters: Hanes 3, Pomeroy 3, Cot ­ ton 2. Allison 1. by handicap, 1. Referee — Colonel D. Douglas Young. Umpire — Wllllsm McMatfa Time of periods — Eight of 7tt mln- She scored first In open class for bitches, was Judged the best wire- haired fox terrier and then went on to defeat the winning smooth. Esmond, Ginger, owned by Dexter Stevens of Pawtucket. R. L stcrer. of Englewood, and Miss Alice Francis of Montclair. N. J. They defeated Mrs. L. G. Morris and Mrs. B. F. Stem, of New York. 6 — 7. 7 — 6, 6 — 1. In the final round match. Miss Eaubile. in winning the ooveted Ardslcy Club Challenge Cup this afternoon to succeed Miss Clara Greenspan as champion, played sound and aggressive tennis. There'was s period In the match, during the second set. when she faltered noUceahly, apparently duo Nickel e lide Left --------------------- Oroh ter Forward , — . > Knutson Outside Right ----------- Wfdegarter ; Inside Left — Wagner , inside Right — - - — Peterson WHITE PLAINS r Doolie ________ Johnson. Carlson Left Back . . Ravoli Right Back ------------- ------- Gllener i J*ft Half ________ t _______ Hein ‘ Center Half ---------------- O lad man P JEUgbt Half -------------------- Resell , Outside Left ---------------------- Miller Forward ___ — , Olsgoaid - \Outside right ------------- Wintrand Inside Left --------------------- Petrie - Inside Right _____ _ ____ Anderson Time: Two half* of 4S minutes Lsaders: Ruth. Yanks, 46: Ott. Gluts. 40; Wilson, Cubs. 30: Klein. PEls. S3: Hornsby. Cubs. 38. Geh ­ rig, Yanks, 34: Foxx, Athletics. 33; Simmons. Athletics. 31: OlDoul. Phils. 30; Bottomley. Cards. 29. and Hurst; Phils. 20. Yesterday ’ s homen: Belbert. Car ­ dinals: Herman. Dodgers: • Terry, Giants: Hornsby. Cubs; Reynold*. White Sox. and Dunt. Yankees, The wires, like the smooths which had been judged In the morning, were a level lot on the whole and competition was exceed- . lngly keen. Owen Judged with care and gave every contestant ample opportunity to show its points. A young puppy came to the top In the claas for youngsters of six months and under nine months In Tanna Doublepay. ownod by Mrs. F. B. Korshln of Media,\ Pa. He was good enaugo to place second to Cyril Crimmtns ’ s Halles ton Handy In the novice class, being placed over Shaw McKean ’ s Prides Hill Sensational, tho winner In the old- game. After the regulation rest with confidence fuHy restored and swept through the last set In lm- presslvo style, forcing the paoe and occasslonally going to the net for sessions of sparkling volleying. Her aggressive tactics carried the day for her. Mrs. Endlcott going down before the attack In spite of her Loses Close G.me to Strong ^ Connecticut Team, 4 to 1; Cantain Hem Pitches. ** Goals: Knutson 4, Oroh I, Peter- on 2, Wlrstrand 1. believe that there Is a o football In the far PATHS OF GLORY Even the very pinnacle of ath ­ letic fame slopee away rapidly on the other side. A few weeks ago, The White Plains A. A. lost a hard fought game to the Norwalk f fcesulti 1 be collegiate game. The situation In California In this The Uttls red-haired girl who won has mode a surprising advance In hsr play within the last six weeks. She has no national rating and la only number 23 In the Eastern As ­ sociation ranking list. Earlier In the summer sh'e did not have any outstanding success on the courts, but In the recent girts ’ national championship tournament In Phila ­ delphia she won several notable triumphs, apparently Just striking her real stride, and all week she was playing at least 15 better than --------------------- - - out In Califor ­ nia, I ran Into Jim Thorpe, who. In hi* day. was the greatest of all- around athletes. Nor since that day has anyone approached the fa ­ mous Indian ’ s amazing ability. As a football player. Jim Thorpe wss without a peer, and I defy any ­ one to name an ’’ All-Time All- America\ team which docs not In ­ clude Ms name. As a tree* and field athlete and Olympic decathlon champion, the Indian act marks which never have been equaled. As a baseball player, he was on the payroll of the New York Olants for seven year*. Today, at only years of age. Thorpe Is broke and anxious to find a Job and settle down. Jim Is ready to trade the rem ­ nants of his athletic fame for steady work whereby he can sup- Among the wire bitches, a fine record was made by Estelle of Bramall, owned by Eland Hadficld of Narberth, Pa. She won In the novice class, the open class and placed third In the open class, champions barred. In which Warily Coyuette was the winner, with Mr. ’ and Mrsfi R. C. Bondy ’ e Sonora of Wlldoaks, second. AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago. 7; New York. 4 (1st). New York. 3: Chicago. l*2nd>. Washington, 7: Philadelphia. 6. (10 Innings.) Cleveland. 7; Boston. 4. Detroit. 5: 8L Louie, 0. NATIONAL ’ LEAGUE New York. B; Chicago, 4. Brooklyn. 7; SL Louis. 2 (1st). 8t. Louis.- 4: Brooklyn. 0 (2nd). Cinc inn a t i. 3; Philadelphia. 2. (10 Innings.) Other clube not scheduled. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Newark. 6; Jersey City, 0. Montreal. 5; Buffalo. 3 (1st). Montreal. 4; Buffalo. 3 (1st). Rochester, 10; Toronto, 3. Baltimore, 14; Reading. 10. TITLE FIGHT AT HARTFORD Mrs. Endlcott, who Is ranked No. 18 nationally and was at No. 10 In 1928. has gained her victories In the past largely because of her ability to keep the ball In play, backed up by persistent court • overing and unfaltering determination. Satur ­ day. however she fo :nd these as ­ sets not sufficient to withstand Miss Taubele'* resolute challenge. The younger player was hitting crisply and with great pace and the ball was shooting Into Mrs. En ­ dlcott'* territory with such speed that the. New England star wo* often cleanly beaten out by the shot before ehe could get within reaching distance of the balL Featherweights Battle for Cham ­ pionship; Roods Meets Battalino in Connecticut rival on the A. A. and had not been working with Hector, the catcher long enough to make* that combina ­ tion a smooth functioning one. The rest of the team played in an Inconsistent faahlon and were able to come through In the pinch ­ es, although they tried hard to make up the difference In the The featherweight champlonsMp of the world la put at stake tonight, when Andre Routls of France, who has held the title for more than a year, meets Bat Battalino, local Joe Jacobs, manager of Routls. Is of the opinion that Routls will win. dosplte a report that this same Ja ­ cobs ha* obtained an Interest In Battalino. The fight will )» the first title event In Connecticut for Severn) years. Captain Capt. Nat* Barrager of the famous University of Southern California football tram, the Coast champions of 1938. The team win meet fftan- ford. California and Notre Dame all within four weeks' time Bv DICK DOBC.AN DIVOT DIGGERS — He Had a Glaa. Jaw on , gig S ully S ully started 'ro ride lueeerc AQOUY HiX> GUM potyiug A dd ueseq go Y . 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