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

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THE DAILY PRESS, WHITE PLAINS. N. Y., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 19t9. Doughnuts Defeat The Chestnuts in Y.M.CA. Basketball League MIRACLES OF SPORT By ROBERT EDGREN Pioneers Toppled From First Place In League Elk* Buck* Defeat Leaden While Hooks Take Two Out of Three From Elks and Antlers. Beat Court Rivals 39-19; Walnuts Taks Cocoanuts Walnuts Lead League With Two Victories; Cocoanuts Have Lost Twice in Two Starts. T EDS Elks Bucks woke up and took the Pioneers over the hurdles in the Reporter bowling tournament at the Parkway alleys last night for three straight games. This drags the Pioneera from their first place position which they have enjoyed for several weeks much envied by the other teams. . The Elks said they would beat them and the Elks kept their word. ■ ----- ■ --------------------- It <u three straight games for POUND RIDGE irnIIIo IIII/D i <* i ~ 1 KAlLo nlKli a TK FOR SUNDAY ss iUnUUliyili eo that the Pioneera did not have a . ■ chance the first game. The Pioneers could not get to ­ other last night When one of hem bowled a good game another icked that ti e to bowl a poor 1 ne. As a result none of the three ames were good. T HE Doughnuts rose up and played rings around the puffed-up Chestnuts in the \Nut\ basketball league at the Y. M. C. A. last night In the other game the Cocoanuts lost to the Walnuts. The Doughnuts roasted the Chestnuts from start to finish. The players, three of whom are on the City Five team, did not have a chance and were beaten, 29-19. W. Coni*/ and Hsav*/ botht~ ------------------------------------------------ She and Miss Waring to Play in Pinehurst Tourney To ­ day; Mrs. Chapman Won Carolina Title. Mrs. John D. Chapman of Green ­ wich, and Mis* Helen Waring of New Tork win meet at Ptnehuretj today for the women'* eeason mem- [ her*' Utle. Mis* Waring, defend-j Ing tltleholder. yeeterday defeated Mrs. Hsrry V. Maxwell of Spring take by 1 up. while Mrs. Chsp- man. who won the Carolina tour ­ nament last week, defeated Mrs. Emmet Frmeh of Toungatown. wife of '.he p. rfeealonaJ star, by 6 Mies Waring and Mrs. Maxwell staged a nip and tuck battle, with the New Tor- girl going out in 43 after missing an eight-inch putt on the eighth to stand even with her opponenL The lead alternated, coming beck with Mrs. MaxweU squaring the match on the seven ­ teenth with a 6 when Mlaa Waring | waa short on her approach. The ! medalleJJe 4 on the par 3 eighteenth j waa gc-fc enough to win the hole and thjth match. Mrs./Chapman waa on her beat, game aRaJnat Mra. French, whose High School Basketball Ten on the Floor Every Day- Large Squad Turn* Out- Coach Instills System. Croup Will ’ Explore the Wild Region in North County in All Day Outing; Meet at Katonah Station. Coach Watters la fait rounding his basketball squad Into shape for better than set her 3 down at the turn. Mra. Chapman going out In 43. Short approaches at the sec ­ ond. fourth and eighth cost Mra. French each of the holea. Mia. Chapman took three of the last four holea to win by 8 up and 5 to go. The summaries: First Division Mias Helen Waring. New Tork. I defeated Mra. Harry V. Maxwell. I Spring Lake. N. J.. r up Mra. J. D. Chapman. Qreenwlch. [ Conn.. defeated Mra. Emmet | French. Toungatown, Ohio. 8 and 5 j Consolation — Mra. M W Marr.l Boston, defeated Mra. E. P. Mer-I win. Stockbrtdge. Mae*. 2 and 1. — ------ Mlaa Ethel Bartlett New Tork. , Dav **- defeated Mr*. H. H. Rackham. Del Fraher HE Wftbfc IT , Afeapp ONE ! JotM &ROACA AMftteeoR bmk T Rm toz 't w»s m placed at tbelr disposal an excellent shelter. Hera they will cook a camp luncheon, each member hav ­ ing brought lunch and cup. Under the leadership of Mlaa Alice L. Carlson, who as a member of the Appalachian Club hae toured this region and made note of it* most Interesting character- i letlca, the Westchester walkers will have' an opportunity to become fa ­ miliar' with Its wild beauty. Mlaa Carbon le chairman of the outing committee of the Trails Association which functions under the auspice# of the Weetcheeter County Recrea- J. Conley, r. f.. Naughton, L f_ gtten Invaluable sendee In carry ­ ing out the Ideals of the association “ to promote and foeter the appre ­ ciation. understanding, conserva ­ tion and use by the community ol the natural beauties of Westche* tet County.\ Sunday's croae-county and cross ­ river hike to the Pound Ridge vi- clolty ends with the trails party leaving for home at 4:81 P. M. at the Katonah elation. Weetcheeter- GoodclifTe. r. f.. Nlckwlch, L f.. vanni, Cherieo, De Palo, Peters. Harvey, Burke. 8ml t h. Labovltx. Oarrtty, Goldstein. lasso, Sherman. M. G. M. Film Showing First Meet of Norway Ski Club Now at Loew ’ s State; Golf Finals Also Shown. made 315 points while opposing- teams made 7». In the nine game. I played thus far this year the Army ! has soored 283 points against 98. Christian \Red\ Cagle has played on all four of Jones' Army teams and will end his career at the same limn as his coach. Strangely enough the Jonee regime was typi ­ fied by the aucceaa of Cagle him ­ self. Cagle's best seasons were the Army's moat successful and thl. year when Army had Its poorest record under Jones. Cagle failed to reach the heights of previous cam ­ paigns. The coming of Jones to West Point as assistant to Captain John McEwan meant the development cf a higher type of line play. This Improved stylo grow stronger with Jones' appointment as bead doach. Unlike many coaches who were linemen In their playing days. Jones displayed a flair for attack, and de ­ veloped a series of strategsms which Included a forward pass which has produced plenty of grief for Army opponents In the past When the Army football team plays Stanford at Palo Alto, Decem ­ ber 28. Captain Lawrence (\Biff\) Jones will be closing a brilliant career aa bead football coach at the United State. Military Academy. After this gams Jonas will turn over the coaching Job to Major Ralph Basse, now teacher of the Army ends, and will return to the The Dartmouth basketball team had little opposition In opening Its season last night and defeated the University of Vermont. 63 to 13. at | Hanove . Gray Magee, a reserve ( guard for the Green, led the ecor- Ing with five basket* and a trio of foul shots tor thirteen points. Dartmouth's defense functioned as well as Its attack and VerOiont was able to garner only three field goals during the entire evening. Dolly Stark'* Green five flashed VETERANS TO HOLD BANQUET Itaj Owta • > V a 1W u G — t. ; Jd, Tiwk, U b Results'of First Week °f County Men ’ s Basketball The results of the men ’ s county backetball league for the first week of play follows : Section A Teams — Won Lost Percent Catholic Boys Club _ 1 0 1000 Weaver Club...... ...... 1 0 1000. Rye Lake Americana. ....... — 1 0 1000 Yorktown Athletic Club — 0 1 000 Katonah Athletic Club ------ 0 0 000 Central Athletic Club ...... .. 0 _ 1 000 Bv DICK DORGAN ma . hat thev l A1UT MO SUCH YU jug , that 1 .? ALf. A Lorr/ . 0OLON£V V/T-S Teams— Crawford A. Cff.. ---- ......... Junior Holy Name. Ossining: Mount Vernon Y. M. C. A... West Ends --- ----------------- VJELI.WHAT ‘ CMJ -STOP LOJE AT first sight secoiJD stetrr

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