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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, October 22, 1929, Image 11

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THE DAILY ftUSS, WHITE PLAINS, Bf. V- TUESDAY,\OCTOBElt. 72 1929. Local Pro Qolfers Start Western Trek On Winter Tour BIG THREE TO I Quest for Prizes Leads . MEET WORTHY I / Qroupjojar Countries n TV I IP Oft DU Mehlhom, Cruickshank, TumeM, Farrell and lU lAL'U DUUHl Others Off to Compete in Tournament*. Tobias Forges to Front ih City Billiard Tourney Defeats Richter to Win Third Match of Tourney and Take Lead Over the Rest. B ERNARD TOBIAS\ looks like the coming pocket'bil ­ liard, champion of White Plains if he continues at the pace he has been going against the best opponents, in the city. ' Last night at the Recreatibn Billiard Academy-he defeated Herman Richter, Jr., in a conservative game, 100 to 83. Neither of the two wanted to lote the match, THE FJRST BREAK-DOWN ? *. AS 'rtXJ REMEMBER IT- <:•' T HE winter tour of the golfing fraternity whi ch g ata under way tomorrow rivals the old gold rush caravans to the West for both contingents, have the same hope of winning fame and fortune, onq through digging up the earth with a pick and shovel and the other with maatue and niblick. Bill Mehlhom, of Fenimore, the metropolitan open champion ; Craig Wood and Bill Burke will leave to ­ morrow for .the Oklahome City open and the first of the string of tournaments that will carry the party through^ the West, to the Hawaiian Islands, to Mexico, through the South, until they head north again for home at the end of March. -------------- --------- e Nineteen tournaments. beside the Big Games This Week In- ] volve Former Big Three Who Play Strong Oppon ­ ents on Saturday. Football's one lime \bis three\ — Yale. Harvard and Princeton — are enjoying a fleeting week of promin ­ ence, with the gemea scheduled at New Haven, Cambridge and Prince ­ ton providing the feature attrac ­ tions of the Saturday football cal ­ endar. The big three 1 ! dominance of the week'e schedule Is a sinecure Ini that the prominence Is achieved] through ths glamor and ability of opposing teams rather than by the achievements or etrength of the \Nearly 200,000 fans will witness the big three games, the Yale-Army battle heading the Hat with 80,000; - Harvard-Dartmouth attracting SO.- . 000 and 41.000 attending the Prlnce- ton-Navy Ult. In each case the ’ at ­ tendance Is limited by {the etxe u» starts Friday. Kal Organization Already ; Anticipating Busy Season j in Basketball. ton game scheduled at the Lewiis- ohn Stadium next Saturday. Coach Harold •\ J. Parker of Scared ale started work yesterday to bolster his line-up for the contest with the the stadiums, thousands of applies* tlons for tlcketa having been turn ­ ed back and all available tickets having been sold many weeks ago, J^arvard's battle with Dartmouth I Is orSe of the really Important games of the season and will have a direct bearing on eastern championship honors. The other two games should result |n decisive triumphs for the ( service teams lend except for the | \color\ lurnlyhcd by competlUon between service teams and mem ­ bers of the big three would not rate as headline attractions. r The IBM season has been parlJ/hi- | larly disastrous for the \big three,\ Princeton having lost to Brown and i Cornell. Yale having been, defeated , by Georgia and Hsu-var&'e record being marted by a Ue with the , Harvard Has Chance Harvard still has a chance to ; gain recognlUon as one of the east's strongest- teams but In order to do so must win Its remaining games from Dartmouth. Florida. Michigan,' Holy Cross and Yalt. Defeating Dartmouth Is a stiff assignment for any eleven and Saturday's game Is providing plenty of worry at the I Crimson camp- | Dartmouth Is led by the great A! (Special Delivery) Manten, an almost certain ' all-America selec ­ tion, who Is counted upon to deliver a lot of bad news for Harvard sup ­ porters. Dartmouth In addition to Marsters and a great first team has one at the strongest reserve squads In the country. Last week against Columbia the Best team played less than two quarters and the second, third and fourth teams held Colum ­ bia scoreless during the remainder of the gome. The sensational broken field run ­ ning of Alble Booth. 147-pound sophomore, has given Yale fans re ­ newed hopes of a victory over the Army. However the Army has two of the finest backfleld men of the' year In Chris Cagle and Johnny Murrell and v on form appears too strong for the Bulldogs. S cept for the fact that the Tiger s of past years have always put up a great battle against the Navy and Yale regardless of how poorly they played In other i, jnes. Princeton would be given Uttle con ­ sideration Saturday. Saturday's other Imjicrtont east ­ ern games Include Carnegie Tech I vs. Notre Dame. Ford ham vs. r iris I and Elkins. Columbia vs. Williams. N. Y. U. vs. Butler. Penn vs. L*-j high end Penn Stste vs. Lafayette. - The -YH\ 1* planning to put out i onOctl J1 n strong basketball team this year. I December arrt as many of last years' varsity play-1 knights of the '1 rrs are out for the varsity squad, j Un f * h * lr * “ H as Johnnv Far: With /practice periods held three j “ bfey crulck times a week the local organisation Gena Sarazen: Is progressing rapidly. i Henry Clud. To At the present time there Is an . <Whlffy) Cox! C abundance of good materia, on hand and some of the candidates ! have been with high schools, col- °' b* r * ' r ° m . leges and Independent teams. As iff p c ^ or , the varsity team end the Junior ^ or teams are practising together the Arua Cal first and second teams will not be _ .TT* — ..... uu, ,. ... — . The present prsetiee periods con- J, ra £t ly lo pq and nlava. A short, acrsnnv oerlm- ... Fordhem, New York's only unde- Defcat Opponents . Eastern teams which has kept Its U=e Relief Fond She. .. Madison Square Garden. | Davis and Eikma several ram • , 1 stats. Foley, a tackle; McMahon. _ . _ , . 1 halfback, and Kloppenburg. end* „7J V ' y £L “ * ? ; are out with lojurlee and Coach held decisions oyer formidable foe. Cmv „ aurh lndic . let i „,H last night the show was, one of the > best »e« h in the garden this so.- g„ cr ,t»ry of War Jamea.W: Good W|U b\ lh « E uc « honor at Satiir- ; ^ d approxl- diy . k Tale-Army game. The Ell “ al'wnJ^mnT llshtwel.ht met * ler * n wenl “ >rough a light drill tur. ten rounder and earned the cUr * d he pUnne<1 “ ° V'^ Up Team Lead* Eastern Colleges in Football Scoring; Mas ­ ters, Dartmouth Ace, Far in Lead With 90. Three varsity subs. Price, left tackle: Hlllslnger. right guard, and Lexer, center, have earned regular place# In the Army line as a result of their play against Harvard Sat ­ urday. Improvement In offensive play against Harvard Saturday. Improvement la offensive play and Records of undefeated. United Davls-Elklns ... 4 0 0 80 JB Dartmouh .... . 4 0 0 222 0 Pittsburgh __ 4 0 0 144 21 Cornell ______ 4 0 0 125 19 Williams ____ 4 0 0 1S1 « Fordhem ------- 4 0 0 109 0 A1 Marsters. Dartmouth ’ s fieri backfleld star, has a totals of 90 points and has retained Individual high scoring honors of eastern foot ­ ball. according to a United Press tabulation Includlng-all games play ­ ed to. date. Dowler of Colgate has 48 points and Is In second place. Dovldo- wltx of Lehigh ranks third with 44, points. Marsters mads two touch-* downs In the Columbia game Sat ­ urday. Dowler scored once against Indians. Davldowitx made three touchdowns and four points after touchdowns In the 8L John's for Saturday's battle with Yale. Dartmouth'i Initial drill for. the Harvard game Saturday continued unUl dark srlth the \ghoet\ ball being used for the first time during Harvard Crew in Practice SHIKAT WINS KINGS RIDGE HOLDS MATCH The \flying tackle.\ made famous by Gus Sonntnberg. gave Richard Phlkat. recognised, by the New York end Pennsylvania Athletic Commissions as the heavyweight wrestling champion of the world, a victory over Vanka Zelcsalak of RUrals In a championship bout here last night. The victory came after 22 mlu- Standlngs With number of games, touchdowns, field goals, points after touchdown and total points, follow: G Td Fg Pt T1 Davldowitx. Lehigh 4 6 0 S 44 Dowler, Colgate — 4 8 0 0 48 Davldowitx. Leigh- 4 6 0 8 41 Joe McGinnity Is Still In Danger New York. Oct. 3 (UF)-Joe Vo- Gtnnlty. baseball - # moat famous ped the Russian's si trim) t at a I tackle and allowed his opponent to tall through the ropes where be hit his heed on the floor. Zeleanlak was badly daxed and unable td con ­ tinue. In the preliminaries Jim McMil ­ lan, University of Illinois, wrestled to a thlrtysmlnute draw with \ Georgs Msn*h. New York; Frank Judoon. fanner Harvard wrestling , coach, defeated Rudy La Dletxe, •' Jugo-Starts, to 5 minutes and 3 seconds; George Calxa of Italy threw CUff Binkley, Cohunbus, O. - In 8 minutes and S seconds and Harry Click. New York, threw Hugh MftcheU. Montreal. In 6 mln- MONTE. ▼•.\TELL M oral . TO.H&T LME TRENCHES TD LEARN HOW TD PLAY 'BLACK JACK* AND HOW TD ClttS THE RATIONS, WHEN TOE- ARMISTICE CENTRE VIULE THE FIRST THW6 THEY SAW W5 A BAND PLAYING * SEE THE CONQUERING HEROES CCWE'ANO CKSHT UTTLl WHO DIDNT FIND ENOUGH EXCITEMENT \THERE. 50 MUST**

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