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THE DAILY PRESS. WHITE PUUNS. fLY^ THl kberries Retain Lead In Y.M.C.A Basketball League By Win ------------ -♦------------------ 1 ----------------- '■ -------------------------- ; — -------------------------------------- V ■ ------------------------------------------- ‘ -------------------------------- V ~ By ROBERT EDGREN MIRACLES OF SPORT Scarsdale Seconds Lost To Bronxv ille Reserves Game Played on Mmjdy Field at Scarsdale; Visitors Score in Second Period of Contest. I N a game in which the breaks played no unimportant part yesterday afternoon the Scarsdale Seconds were defeatd by the Bronxville ^Reserves in one of the beat played games witnessed at Scarsdale field. The final score was Bronxville 6, Scarsdale 0. The game was played on a field of mud and thqre was little resort to passing throughout the game. Fumbles were prevalent, as the muddy ball proved hard to handle. Kicks were hard to get off and a couple were blocked. ” ” But In «plt« of the weather • RENE FAVORED in DUTTiNPu,rr . in d ti 11 inii-^K _______ took tha boll down the Held on ouo- Siated to Win Bout With Eb- klok and^eeorsd. Thalr point after bets Despite Showing in ‘ “ i^STtwJd'Saarur a pui by ■Defeat Raspberries In Easy Q ame; Hucks Last ■Six Team League at Y Produces Interesting I Basketball; Huckleberries Have Lost All. ■ smHE Gooseberries of the famous Berry family at the • *Y\ managed to bury the Huckleberries under the score of 29*26. in the moat interesting of three basketball berry bees. Nor was the gooseberry the only succulent ftuit last night, as the popular Cranberries came from be ­ hind after half time to put the Blueberries to sleep during Prospects of More Upsets Confront Teams in Mftjor Games This Week-end — Fordhara Has Hardest. Nina of the alxtaan major un ­ beaten football teams in the coun ­ try will sea action this wtek-end but hard)y more than Ova of them ■tend a chance to have their reo- orda marred. Of the alxtaan major undefeated teams, ssrsn have bean tied. The unbeaten, untied group foUowei Pittsburgh. Purdue, Notre Dame, Tenneseat, Tulane, Texaa ChrleUan, Ohio University, Western Mary ­ land and University of Utah. The unbeaten group with tics against them follow: \Davis Sc El ­ kins, California, Duqueano,' Detroit. St. Mary's (California). Fordham (tied twice) and Southern Melbo- ss CATCH* i IT U)lTH Otis Wt4 Al'tMOb-tfcxWouM! ITOIIU 4 IWllJIkb Many Hollywood Delegates To Appear at Dinner in Honor of Muldoon. All the way from Hollywood a the *t ron * delegation will come on for not the Muldoon Teetlmonlal Dinner, tile scheduled for Nov. 28 In the Hotel her Blltmore. Eddie Dowling, well ^ known stage and screen etar. has kjc sent word that he will be very >er- much nmong thoee present on the for big night and that he will have ’ ** ’ • plenty of company from Hollywood. It U no wonder that the stage and the ecreen stars should rally to this occasion. Not only have ths Bar- ® rymoraa and many other noted thee- 3 plans tralnad at the famotis Mul- 7 doon hygienic Institute, but Mul- >0 doon. hlmseU, during lha days whan 3 he was wrestling champion of the - world, appeared in the support of — mapy stage stare *® Muldoon played In \As You Like It\ with Maurice Barrymore and >IS- Mojeska as cottars. Ha also play- 3 ed In Spartacus with Robert Dowl- 6 Ing. the tragedian. Likewise he A starred In hie own athletic com -1 g pany and which Included many not- 4 I abler of the vaudeville stage. | ' Tom MeArdle promisee to have 2S [ cloeed within the next 34-hours an exceptional feature ten-rounder to ! round out the bill that will be top- , ped by the Al Singer-Pete Nebo 1 contest. Tickets to (ha dlhner , I also Include a ringside seat to the ]Q Garden bouts on'the same night i dleweigbt champlorf. and Harry Eb- bets. Freeprot, L. L, have completed training for their 10-round bout at | Madison Square Garden Friday Ebbets. who has amassed a sen-1 satlonal string of knockouts, scalsd 181 at the cloee of his training but expected little trouble In \drying out\ the extra pound today. Devos waa a pound under the required weight 7 The Belgian baa been made a 6 to 8 betting favorite deaplte bis re ­ cent defeat by the heretofore un ­ known \Doc\ Conrad, at Jersey City. Eugene Huat, French feather ­ weight champion meets Block BIU of Cuba In the other feature bout and Joe Barlow. Boeton heavyweight will fight Joe Banovlc of Amsterdam in a third ten-round event Wittenberg on Friday. Witten ­ berg won last year, 18 to 13. Two of the mld-Western unbeaten brigade, /Notre Dante and Purdue, will have their perfect records en ­ dangered on Saturday. Rockne's team plays Northwestern et Evan*. I ton. and a let down after the Southern California game may prove fatal to the ramblers. In ­ diana. which beat Northwestern 18-lt last week, bars Purdtls's path J. Magalacclo . Rig A. Magalacclo . Rlgl Edgerton ------ Ri Bimpton ------- H VICTORY Philadelphia, Nov. 21 (U& — Mc­ Gowan's goal scored during a five- minute overtime period gave the Springfield Indiana a I to 3 hockey victory over the Philadelphia- Ar ­ row* last night. for Detroit Qn the far coast California's claim to Pacific Coast honors de ­ pends on the outcome of thi Call- fornla-Stanford game at-Palo Alto. Stanford has been beaten by South ­ ern California. 7-0. and Santa Clara 18-7, but I scootldered a r eal men ­ ace to the golden bear*' title as- 1 plratlona. In tha southwest Texas Christian, with a record of 208 polnta to Its opponents' 18 . will face a tartar at Waco. Baylor won last season. Charleton MEXICAN TEAM PLAYS CONTEST L_ teSiHieWia W F„l- Szanlawiky How Balko Fouled Sandy at Pimlico Fordham, unbeaten but tied by Davis and Elkins and West Vir ­ ginia, will fnco Its Dllffest test of the season against Buckncll at New York. The remainder of th# unbeaten teama have comparatively Easy games this week. Seven of the se ­ lect group will remain idla wait ­ ing for tha traditional Thanksgiv ­ ing Day games. Pittsburgh, the East ’ s outstand ­ ing eleven, will real for its turkey day gome with Penn State at Pitt sb urgh. Tennessee and Tulane. the/unbroten southern leaders, will swing Into action again a week from today against Kentucky and Louisiana State, respectively. Odd ­ ly enough, these opponents held Tennessee and \Tulane to scoreless ties last season. REPORT DENIED New York. Nov. 31 (UP) — Grad ­ ual* Manager Reynolds Benson of Columbia University today denied reports that a new football coach has been signed to replace' head coach Charles F. Crowley. 'There Is nothing to It,\ h* said. \Nothing has been done and nothing will be done until after the football sea- WATCH THE; SOX! Watch out for the Chicago While Sox In 1830! Charley Comlakey, who appears to be more pleased During ths 1828 season. Jolley hit for 487. making 38 home run*. The previous year, he hit. 404. and made 43 homers. In 1827. the beet hp could do waa to bat .387 and drive out S3 home- run*. Six feet three Inchee In height and weighing close to .B10 pounds, Jolley I* big enough for any of them. He's a \Babe Ruth\ Indeed, In that respect. - \ Lots-of (Tabs sought Jolley A number of major league clubs have cast covetous eye* at Jolley from time to time. Brooklyn wanted him, os did several other National League dubs Match IvLott by Five Fin Margin in Clqse Game Last Night at Y. M. Alley* — Clarke High Man, - (he Hub In the rubber and 1 * out cm and f while tha V road up wh nanlvllle, th the right dli ter Stova L< Ons of th building of Donlc Bush. Pittsburgh : purchase of WRESTLERS TO MEET I New York. Nov. 21 (UP) — Jim j McMillan, former Illinois football alar, and Vanka Zeltxnlak. cham- I plon of Ruaala, have been signed to White Plains Y. M. C. A. N. Clarke, capt-184 1M 177 — 537 E. L. Maltby. ----- 183. 158 155-448 W. Knapp ______ 188 Y«rT5S — 441 urd 8hlkat-George Colza heavy ­ weight championship bout at the 71st Regiment Armorg next Mon- Malcolm Hoffman Is Treas ­ urer of Metropolitan Ping- Pong Organization For the Coining Year. am is *. MISTAH SAY. awt this * HAIR OIL YHte Gi-oe. Borrj_t . MO WOkJDEC lOAk^r WEYMV MAYO** NO SUH- YWAS' LIQUID CEMEWT

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