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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, December 24, 1929, Image 10

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MF.KT AGAIN Chicago, Dec 24 urpj — June* J. Braddock and Leo Lomak). both- ambitious to succeed to the light heavyweight throne cast aside by ‘ c MAIM. 0AUU, j-« 170 — Ml 137 142 — 273 second meeting in a' year her* Jan 17.. Jack'Drmpatfftarill promo.** the bout. Lomskl t® the decision tn tltelr previous meeting LEO ^URCilA&ED New York. Dec! 21 (UP) — Leo Queenvlllr. recently purchased from the Newark hockey team by the New York Rancors, has been sent to the Rangers ’ Farm Club at Springfield. Cantlin KI-AVTN IN I.'RAW Now York. Dec. 24 4UP> — Jhnmy Slavin and hammy Goldberg, both ol New York, (ought * ais-round draw In the feature bout at St. Nicholas Arena Inal n!g\it Slavin weighed 125^s. Goldberg 122 V Other Officers Chosen; Names of Players Approved League Get* Under Way With Large Represen ­ tation; Names Approved and Teams Listed W ITH most of the teams represented at the meeting held last nigHt for'the City Three-Men Bowling Tournament sponsored by The Dally Press. Artie Borg was elected president <if the league. .1. \V. Meyers was elected vice-president and S. Hoskins was elected secre ­ tary and treasurer. No definite action was taken on the schedule hut it was agreed that each team howl once a . week and that each howl, two matches apiece on thc'i night the;- howl. This will cut the schedule length to quart, seven and « hall weeks ami give the howlers a chance to really get into the game ami' get warmed up. ------------------------------- - --------- - ----- • Thv howler* exprresed ■ deeire 1 ARMY TRAINS FOR CONTEST AfSTANFORD* STILL UNHATCHED GUS UHLMANN logo- l’r hind Hi Pictorial Goff Instruction I4» II a Martin raonatM \ unit IHO.\ HEM'S M ORES DOM \ r^-Tr. * < L?nn, U ' on Me, II* B.r CLUBS CHOOSE Gordons Win Three in Row; K. of C. Defeat Suburbans Few 200 Scores Turned in at Alleys Last Night in Tournament; Matches Are Not Close. G ORDON ’ S won all three games from the Foresters in the Reporter bowling tournament at the Parkway alleys last night. They were hitting them with regularity, in all three games so that the Foresters had no show. Banks was the most erratic one of the lot. He rolled over 20b in one game and then dropped to 128 in the next. Oros was high with 223 in the tint game for Gordons. In the other match the Suburbans were thrown for a loss by the K. of C. outfit. .None of the games were close. The remarkable part about thU mateh ni that none of tb* play- era on the winning team hit over 200 In any of the game*. Scheer. of the Suburban*, rolled 207 In the Iaet game but- It did no good for hl« team loat any way. It helped hla average a bit. That war all. Suburban* Kortrjght --------_195 139 122 — 456 Scofield _________ 133 143 121-397 Rowe __________ 133 143 121' — 397 Scheer _______ 146 -161 207 — 814 Atkina _______ .142 139 165 — 446 . 756 706 791 2153 Jackman ............. 178 162 161-521 O ’ Connor ____ 1$7 _ — 157 Richards ------- -178 160 178-516 L. Boughton ... 182 151 122 — 455 ,M Boughton ----- 181 IB 191-564 - ------- 193 — 387 Four ilia League Manager.-, Move \round: Four Club- Have New Pilot*. SPEAKING OF SP®RT and National League discard, pvotj the American League chain-1 ToU ] s ’ plnnahlp with 269. Charley Root of the Cuba wae tt ending National League pltcht. noth nineteen victories and six de- Sla* | fea | l^fty • fo; . Yankei rjf twelt and no defeat* , Hornsby won the Nation* 1 League* most valuable' player ............... y vote*, and Fon- inofflclat American League award. Both corticate are iral . . ’ wo famous baseball figure! died ] . I during 1929. Miller Huggins.* man- 1 ' ! ager of the Yankees, died during . f |the last day? of the* American ! League race and George Stallings. . miracle man of the 1914 Boston ' Brave* who was connected with the, Montreal International League cldb. succumbed after a long Illness. They Include BY FRANK GETTY v. New York lankcca, St. Lnula Brown*. Bill Bruton Brave*. Dan tclnnnt! Red*. Jewel rgh Pirate*, and Gabby mils Cardinal*. Pitt Places Ohio State On Schedule HAMBQNE S MEDITATIONS Br J. P. Alter Open Home of Y. M. Features Bowling And Billiards On Wednesday of next seek the Y. M. C. A. wiu start the New Year right by conducting an Open House Celebration. Bowling -alleys will be open from 9 In the morning - *.o six in the evening with np charge for the use pf them. There will b* contest tournament* and other at ­ traction*. .And the winners will receive prixe* The pocket billiard tables will be open from the same time free of charge also. Prizes will be awarded to the winners in matches her?. As afi added attractions, the Schlrmer Shlrmer In ­ strumental Trio will entertain from three to six tn the after ­ noon Ih tlj# lobby. BROSTOFF IS ‘ FIGHT WINNER • — N*w Tors,\Dec. 24 fUFT-^RIch- ! ard Shlkat of Germany, recog- i nixed world ’ s heavyweight westilng n the Nu- champion, tWew George Manicb of hampion-1Jugoslavia aftrr fifty minute* of of mix -and , wrsatiing at New JUdgrwood arena Third Week Results of *- County Men ’ s Basketball The standing of the teams is as follows: Section A Teams — Won , Lost Percent Catholic Boys ’ Club -------------- 3 0 1000 Weaver Club.... Yorktown Athletic Club ------- - 1 Katonala Athletic Club ------ - 1 Rye'i^tfe Americans ..... ............. 1 Central Athletic Club ........ y .... 0 / Section B Teams — Won - Mount Vernon Y. M. C. A ........ 2 Junior Holy Name, Ossining ..... 2 Mac Five ....................... — ...... — 2 Robert C. Reeves On ..... .. ........... o Crawford A ’ . C... West Ends....: ---- 500 • 500 333 POO Percent lbOO 666 666 000 . 666 . oooV ...................... .. 0 Game Result* Section A — F Wednesday, December 18, W. C., 27; vs. Y. A. C., 28. at Yorktown. Saturday, December 21, K. A. C., 56; vs. Rye Lake Americans, 16, at Katonah. Saturday, December 21, C. B. C-, 38; vs. Central A. C., 20, at Yonkers. Section B — . Wednesday, December 18, J. H. N., 431 vs. C. A. C.» 30. _at Ossining. ......... ...... = --------- - ------ Friday. December 20, W. E. vs. Mount Vernon Y. M. C. A. — postponed. Saturday, December 21. M. F., 35; vs. R. E. R. Co., 26, at Dobbs Ferry- DIVOT DIGGERS Wild Tdeas Bv DICK DORGAN

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