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iLEPHONE 710 +940 * , -, FIVE Geneva Howitzers JAMS GAIN I art Status Uncertain; Baroody, ,Lowery Lead Geneva’s Drive to Avenge Loss • in Sectional Play Last Year \T>;attle of the year” is m a rked down on all sport calendars [ the area for this Friday night when Newark High's Reds.- un­ eaten in: the Wayne-Finger Lakes Conference, invade G eneva Jigh's court, home of the only fluT club undefeated in corrier- Vi play, for the tussle that, will manly decide tpe .champion- ap of this' new loop In its first Icl'OIl: |Tlu' focal schoolboys, after a- ?ed-l>»t-vi&fc©4HO«s-showing at Ivde last -week for the sixth hnference win • and ■ second Jayne league triumph, arc be- ' drilled at ;a grueling pace . week for this most Import- same of the year (excepting county clash at \Lyons 011 f :> 16 > Bruce Babcock and (torge Qulnlin took scoring cimrs. a t Clyde with 15 and il larkei's. but missed many easy hots and Coach “Joe” Hatsell ■concentrating 011 'their play :s week, lart May Not Flay lt'apt. Jim Hart, with both L e s in poor condition, will not used against Geneva unless •• going gets tough., and then lUy if, there is no danger of Lther injury, Hatsell said., lutijlin will probably' start at I forward berth, paired with |.ir::y VandeMortel, while Bill Intsell and Dick Krebbecks will en at guards and Babcock at L-.tei;. . . [■Coach Jim .Loman’s quint, s tiirj„ The Lyons five, ^members |iu>rting from the 38.-32 trim- L'-S Newark handed them in sectional pre-preliminary at |a.-'. Rochester last Spring, will but to avenge the setback, lid with four of the same team mat fell to the Reds. Dick laroody, lanky center, has been liot” this year and is second in (reference Scoring with 55 pints in, five games, an average II counters a game. He teams Hi Bud” Lowery, speedy for- |ard. in scoring, with Lowery so ns, By Brockporf: Winning cine close contest and losing, another in the past week, Newark > T rojans today find themselves with six victories in. nine games si) far this season.. Last night they fell to Brock- port Towners at Brockport, 32- 22, for the second, of their three losses, while last Saturday they pulled a 33-31 triumph out of the fire over a fighting' Lyons Legion club here in a thrilling extra-period tussle, This Saturday the Trojans meet Rochester Crimsons, an old - rival featuring Billy Mas- lanka, here in a 7:30 prelim to the Elks-Miners game. Last night Tom Gravino sparked the locals with 12 markers and Tro­ jans trailed only -13-12 at half- time, but John Heise again was their nemesis and led the Brock-' port second-half drive to a 10- point conquest. the new Wayne-Ontario town league, threw a scare into Tro­ jan ranks as they racked; up an 11-5 lead in the first period and stretched it to 20-12 a t the half. In the third period Taylor, Gravino, Bobbins, .and Frank Carthals, 'recovered from a foot injury, each connected once to outseofe Lyons,.9 to 4. and in the fourth .stanza Taylor, Cooper, Corthals, and Robbins each net­ ted one to offset single buckets _____ __ by Tom Smart, Soilenne, and b-Ooting 50-point? 01 a 10- (Costello for Lyons. It was Tay- f _ _ '\I I r, t?* msmv? n kn'nt.nl tLnl i 1 _ Coal Miners to Akron IOOF Cops 5th Straight in Wayne-Ontario Loop Over Gibsons 1 GORDON LOWERY NHS Reds must stop above pair of Geneva’s scoring aces in big battle Friday at .Geneva to virtually decide Wayne- Finger—- Lakes Conference champ. Baroody, second high league scorer, jumps center and Lowery, forward, is fourth in loop point totals. Uncpsctacular bowling in the Wayne County league last Friday, -uw Newark Elks again . sunk farther back into third, place, while Wolcott Metcalfs wgn . a pair uf games to'keep On tcp ,cf the 12-team field by 'two gafiigs. Only goad m atch of the six last Friday was Palm er’s match- victory over Wolcott Janeways,: with the-high-'ppwered- Clyde-; sponsored Newai kers overcom­ ing a 116-pin edge to take the first two lines. Frank’Coldcino’s, 228-189-215-632 led the driving quifitw itli Palmer’s 211-252-155- 618 next best. - Tams Climb to' F ourth Elks' were downed by Sodps Kaners and their 20-pin handi­ cap. although Kaners’ scores would have trounced them with­ out th a t margin. ■ Best Antler score was Ted (Beales’ fair 571, while. Payne had 834 . to lead Kaners. Newark Tams clinched ja fourth-place tie with* Spdgj B&P by taking two from Wol­ cott Foodhavehs, despite tlje tatter’s 52-pin handicap. , Second-place Clyde Shells held th a t post although they fell, in uvo games to B&P in a low- scoring contest in. whieh Phil Qe Leo’s 538 was best. Tbe leading' Metcalfs, paced by Vic Reeves’: 597, copped two from 'Sodas; Gaudinos, who had a handicap: of 49. Elks, Tams Have Chance Newark Bilottas trounced ,So- dus Goetzmans and their 84-pin edge in two lines, with Joe Gra- vino’s 594 and Tony D eMott’s 589 loading the parade, This Friday Elks again have a chance to forge near the lead as they visit the 10th place Gaudinos, while Palmers will-, attempt to average in the five confer- |,cc games Geneva has wbn. ne Mahoney, v e teranand rug? fd guard, sparks the set-up on fer.se, while Carsen, forward, lid Marion, guard, complete the |rv, five. one vs. Man-to-Man I T h e contest will be another -t of the zone defense, as used the Lomaniter, against New- k'- man-to-man, on the box- ,i Geneva High court. Gen- j.i had tough sledding against lean Yan last week and had to lurcome a 16-8 half-tim e dis- dvantage before winning, 32-28, Ink Baroody slipping in 18 loa-.ts But both teams are ex- Jrrted to be in prime shape for |r.day's fray and pyrotechnics or. the menu. •, t> !;w a u k -laew a - n n a m OFT* . U' ■ rf MM CtFtOrfOl.rf r <» 6'M eailc.lf lor’s last-second basket th a t tied the coufit at ,31-31 and forced an extra period,! in which he countered twice and Ceoper added a goal for the five-point\ win,, while “Zeke” .William’s lone basket was the only Lyons oyer­ time score. - Tito.i.ixs msi j.voxs (am Ci F •(■ F T ! 3 .i M ierkf.rf 2 1 SchifMt.lf Grn vlno.rf IVP.niU-.lf Kobblll^.r T a y ionitf I’OOJU’I* It* 2 i) t’Smnrt.c F 4 16 W illiam s.r 2 ft 4.SoI1tMH\ie 2 0 iCoBtnllo.lK 1 3 »» 4 U» T o tals K» 8 3S Totals L* 3 33 H a lf-tim e score— L yons 20 . Tro­ jans 12; tie at end nf rotnilattor wanie, IU-31. reforee. .1. Gravino. t 3 1 3 1 2 I 3 <• 0 BR’IvPOHT :t. II. isy.i f - \V. Hoiso.lf Iturns.If I lilis.f Viumlt'ii.rg '.I. HelSie.Ig ” * t.- if ii n 0 n*Amato.< 'V r 17 Bapolitu.t'g’ o 1, TlPortor.re- l - re I l 3 <’omt»lt'io.le * l 2 15 Henjamin.tu\ 2 2 8 ■ • U' a n O’ V6 10 42 T o tals 12 731 !• r«*f«‘i.o . Ken I.i'ad.T, - r . ----------------- O ------------------ — yons Center Tops in cop Scores With 84 As the* new’ Wayne-Finger i . ms ' Conference swings into its wie stretch, with only two erks of competition remaining tor this Friday, .rugged BSb |haeffer, Lyons center, continues |o top the loop scoring with 84 pints in seven games for an Jvciage of 12 markers per game, first 10 in' scoring are: G B F T Av. I^yons . . . ■tlV. frP-VlPVa . ! ■•‘u Penn Yan , • fv*. (len-eva . . . i4 v. 1‘alniyra . - Ciy.de v • k «r«>. Lyons . . . F-f- ‘i« k. -Newark i . Newark 35 14 84 1 5 25 t> 55 U 5, 18 If) 51 10.2 5 1ft 12 50 10 5 If 14. 48 ft.6 .7 18 045 9 6 19 '6 44 7.3 f» .13 15 41. 8.2 6 Vf> 8 40 6.6 7 18 4 4ft fr.7 SC H O L A S T IC b a s k e t b a l l [ Wayne-Finger Lakes Cottf. Week’s Results Newark 42, Clyde\ 31 Geneva 32, Penn Yan 28 1 >'(-ns 38, Seneca Falls il P |lmyraai8, Canandaigua 13 Conference Standings W L Pts O p p Pet INTWARK . 6 0. 192 119 1.0C9 [G’neva 5, 0 164 123 1,000 IPaimyra 2 120 127 .600 I Lyons, 4 3 241 479 I Cimand’gua 4 3 179 166 1-W.uei'loo ' . 2 3 133 147 |u:>cie ■ 1 4 145 183 I'mnn Van .0 5 117.169- |.Mvi)fier.rc . 0 ,5 106 175 Games This Friday Newark a t Geneva Palmyra at'Lyons ffiyfle at F fhn Yan Myfiderse at Waterloo '•Vayne County League W L Pts OPP PCI |; \ ' H RK . 2 C. 74 55 1.000 I* , 1 • 1 1 66 59 .500 |mi iniyra 0 0 0 0 ,000 vde 0 2 58 \ 84 .000 .571 .571 ,400 .200 .000 -M00 <:«:> T n o j v x s rs2 OK T 1 1 3,-G r a \ino.if 2 6 :R. Hetsi-.l f I « 2 (Tort lm lsdf 1 1 3 K. Dey.<* 3-II d.ltGhiri'Krl tf r» u lft Tny1or.il; C22) «i y t 4 4 1-’ 1 i» 1 4i 1 1 ti (V 1 I 3 T o lafs 13.6 32, T o tals 8 6 22 Score nt half-tim e: Broelvport 13. Newark 12; referee. NuttftU. 0— -------- Quints Enter Monday Sessions Of Basket League Eight local basketball teams were entered in the Monday Night league at an organization meeting held at the high'school gym Monday night, with f t . W. Hatsell in charge. Race for the “Cheese Championship” wi.ll be­ gin next Monday, Jan. 15, and continue each week through Feb. 19., . Teams and players are: State School Hospital—'Pat Donahue Freeman Tack, Bill Lyon, Chet Pelis, Pat Hart, Paul Page, Ted Stilwell; 'BarOody’s—Bob and Art Latin, Tony Muscolino, Louie Gravino, Pat feramante, Jim Hammond, Neil Baroody, Buchd- nan; Reeves Gang — ‘‘Ted’ Reeves, Irv Cooper, Howard Finewoo'd. Brink, Vic and Ray De Pauw, Header; Bloomers—A! Bedette, Oscar Sochia, Brocke, Spade, Orbaker. • , 'South Enders —- B, Libhert Clare • Gopssen, Forey Dey, Don Vanderlinde, Allyn Wrench, Bob Gulick, Chuck McClellan, Al De Young; Montg°mery 'Wards~ Gene Healy, Bern Bastian. Jim Severson, S a t Minorino,' Yin Lord, Hall, Geok; East Newark-^ Toim Celso, Pitts, Frank Lph- man,, santelli, Satta; State School Employees — Albert, Wrench, Bon Witt, Earl Warren Ed Cook, Frank Corthals, Charlie Reese, Stan .Kardys, Murray Pul-ver, Ken Lancaster. ' Schedule for next Monday, shows SS Hospital vs. Bloomers, Baroody’s vs. Reeves Gang. Wards vs. East Newark, and South Enders vs. SS Employees. -0 --- ■ CANNERS ROLL’2 WINS Edgatt-Bunnham kegiers won their first nfatch in several: weeks last Wednesday., as they' trounced, the leading Knights or, Columbus in (he Arcadia League j W ‘ ' ■Knights of Columbus 19 8 .70^ : ning Margin in , th e final chap- Jamesson's 16 11 .562 iter . , . And he-alm o st did'. . . Edgett-Btirnham 10 17 .3701 Ai K aufm a n , given &js fimt m l Lyons Insurers , . 9 18 .3331 test, did’a- good job at guard . .. By DON BIRD A Test of Defenses Friday night a crack Newark High team will square off with a crack Geneva High quint in what should be a crack test of the time-worn, argument over respective merits of the zone and man-to-m an defense sys­ tems. Goach \Joe\ Hatsell, vin­ dictive exponent of the man- to-man Style,\ maintains that, this defense makes (for more spectator interest, watching the boys sift through to kefep with a rnah, work a Mock, or switeh in emergencies, aiid' th a t these things are more effective than the-zone. a * Geneva’s • Coach Jim Loman holds with U of R Coach Lou Alexander th a t the zone system is strong because it gives a boy a definite jab at a definite po­ sition and also conserves a play­ er's strength, which Hatsell does not believe. Last year at East Rochester the Rpds took advan­ tage of the main weakness of zone defense when they feinted Geneva out of position and passed in for a lay-up bucket and then’stole .the pill and threw a long pass th a t was converted before the zone could set up, to sew up the pre-prelim, all in_ the last 10 seconds. Friday the same two clubs will again put these theories through the test tube before hundreds Who will pack Geneva's small high school gym. Roth, teams boast dead? eye scorers and “it will be de­ fensive play' t h a t counts most. The club th a t can best exem­ plify Us pet .system should, and probably will, Win the battle and go on to the Wayne - Finger Lakes Conference” crown. ° * '* ' * JIM Hart’s current bum knee is -not the one he wrenched three times last month, but the. left one Which was injured in knock off Shells a t Wolcott in an Rophestei^ Crimsons, in all-Clyde fray and Tams Will shoot for the same against Met­ calfs here. Standings to date are; ' • • . . w Woleott Metcalfs Clyde Shells Newark Elks Newark Tams , Socius B&P Newark Bilottas Clyde Palmers Sodus Kaners Wolcott Janeways Sodus Gaudincs Wolcott ’Havens Sodus Goetzmans V A novelty in the. pro basketball world will appear here this Saturday w h en' the Anthracite Miners quint of Nanticoke, Pa., faces Elks tossers in the local gy*n.. The Miners, while furnish? ing a novel sidelight w ith . - • - - authentic mir.ihg uniforms .and i S p O r t c a s t e r H e r © antics before the game, also ' * ■boast a squad of former college, cagevs'which does not louk like any pushover!. Elks staged a vam-.bttt deter-, .mined'drive last Satuiday be- tpve bowing, to Akron Stars, 33?3L with Capt,. Tommy Rich agkin leading the locals from the! center past/with 10 markers. He; apd Cafl. Francis paced Elks to theif 8 points in the first per-! ip'd aiid 15 for the halt., while Bdb Parsons, George Rconey, ;“Biggie” Giihayen, apd MH Rush 'each divided .'Akron’s 20 pcints- .for.a 20-15 edge. Skids Sanford. connected'risith thi'ee-btickets in the third per-.: iad to give Elks 6 points, while Akron was held to three, but each qulfit chalked up 10 points •ip’.the final stanza to give stars jttte twcKpoint low-SQO:ring tfi- ifmph. jt was GUhaven’s late iM -uptgoal thkt gave the visit- oih- the contest, after Rich and Bello ftnyder had connected with short pops to .bring the locals Within winning distance. Elks Sank 5 o u t of 10 free throws a t ­ tempted, while Akron converted 7 out of 11 attempts. ~”Tteri7antlc'oke^NmreTr'fe'atiu'e Walt Ooopey, former Colgate Vafsity performer, .Leon Kolo- noWski, ex-Bucknell star, and Joe .GraUowski, formerly ace hoap^ter at Villanova. Also on the roster are Gutowski, Womels- ‘dorf, Yarmay, Deibrtdge, Hughes, a.ad- SAvakinas. Besides playing .a strong brand of pro hall, their appearance also consists of wearing regulation mining suits, Over 'playing. uniforms and per- terming as coal\’ diggers before the game. Elks Triajaps. face a , 17:30 Ken W itt’s local. Odd quint kept its unbroken of victories in, the - Wayne-On- ■tdrip Town League intact last night, but only after a stiff hgt?; Fellows j margin> String efforts the third canto on rage, r arrell, and Witt, while Crowley's pair were only p. G. counters. Bounds dumped in two and Crowley and tie to-down Port Gibson Y qlulrtEd De Weaver each scored ofiqe her ’. 32-29 Friday night the. i» the I'uml period to keep with- IOOF five gets it; acid test wheiyriin w.buing distance,-while it invades Canandaigua YMCA-. court for a duel.- with the Me? Kays, only other unbeaten, quin­ tet in the loop. j Paul Page and George Farrell' •** t£ pair of free throws by Farrell- and one by Ed CoOk clinched the contest. League staudhigs are: • . - W sparked the IOOF drive -to tri- j Newark Odd Feiiows timph last night with 12 and l l ' Canancl'gua McKays pmnts,. respectively. George Crowley led all scorers, flipping in 14 markers ft* Port Gihsofi^ The clash was evenly fottghf,' all the way. Odd Fellows held- a 6-4 edge in the first perlodv but Crowley fired four conseauw five fioor goals in the second Stanza to offset two ' each ’ .by Farrell and Page to bring about j a 16-16 deadlock at half-time, j Newark forged ahead to a 29-20 ■ Lyons Legions Port Gibson Y. . . Sgvannah .Muckers Walworth'Firemen . \VI\V \\IK UK) I' Pet i.ooo 1.CMJ0 .500 250 250 ,oo 6 KafifH i f Warren.* Win.n* I*. 420 ) i! F T \ a ' l V T 1 .1 1 L U.rroMey.r-f 7*0.*4 0 1.1 I'c.vVft'av'T.lf 1 0 ^ 2 i* ’ I I >;K*lu’rds.lf 0’“0»0 _• ti \ HuutnUit* 5 111 ti if 1.2 u nis. r g .» U O’ ft Mrislier.lK TotuU 1-4 132 Tot fils' .1 1 1 91* .UaU’-l.imc fiouVf, Newark ID.Clt? 16., Pqrt d ih s o n 16; retVree. WrmrrrlL to Hear Radio Sport Commentator Lowell “Jumbo” Ma’cMlUan, well-known Rochester radio sports commentator, will be guest speaker at the luncheon meeting of the Newark Lions Club next Wednesday noon, at Hotel Gardenier. Because of. the interest in the affair,, an open meeting will be held with club' members given the privilege cf inviting outside guests, according to President Howard L. Franklin. MacMillan was one of the earliest sports reporters on sta­ tion WHAM. He has since been obtained by WHEC over which station he broadcasts^ daily re­ view of sports a t .6:15 a.m . HOLLO W AIT’S Rernainingf atoclc elf 32 warm but not ^ weighty Overcoats at 25% I 00 Coats $ 1 1 4 5 g $24.50 Cqats $ l g . 3 3 i $25,00 Coats lg . 7 5 : ’ $32.50 Coats 2 4 ’38 All Men’p and Boys’ Lumberjacks & Mackinaws 2 5 % $18.00 Coat* $22.50 Coats Bucks Nip Bloomer Pinmen, Hold 2nd InJVIonday Wheel Elks “Bucks” and Bloomer Pails staged a. sizzling alley con­ test in the local league Monday night, with Bucks winning out in two 'gafnes and total pins, despite Bloomers’ 45?piii handi? cap. The win put Bucks in sec? ond, five games behind Couriers, who took three from EHrs “Does”, and dropped the Bloom? ermen back eight .games behind the leaders. Bloomers, led by Mike _Cola? cino’s 605, tcck the first game by 38 pins plus handicap and Mike rolled 236 and George Schatzle had 196. Ed Farrell’s 207 went for naught tn tins openfng hne,!' but he hit 202 in the second, “Chub” Perduyn sockied 21.4, and ! Roy Baylord pounded out .209 to 1 give tile Bucks a 65?pin win. in ' the third game Baylard spilled ’em for 218 and Farrell had 211 (giving him high total Of 620) to -knock off their rivals by 77 maples. . . „ Tom Gravino’s 553 led the Courier quint over Elks Does, with Charlie RoSs' 543-and F rank Golaciiio’s 540 next. Best for the Does in the low-scoring con­ test was .Clare Goossen’s 471. Haberdashers wofi three ove\f“j Doctors as Fran Mason h i t 54$ and Freddy Frey had 511. Clyde ! V-8 again postponed a match with the Attorneys. Standings; W L Pet, Courier Elks f‘Buoks” Bloomer Pails Clyde V-8 Elks “Does” Haberdashers Doctors Attorneys. Dick Baroody, Geneva high? the Madison game and now has 1 % l!!h p nm5 a 4 -Kir.ir he™. Neil Baroody, Newark barbecue? water Ion i t . , . We think, how­ ever, he wil? see some service at GSneva , . . 'There are no re­ served seats for Friday’s game, so go eariy, folks, since' their gym seats less than Newark’s . , . First game starts' a t 7:30 , . . Jim Wood, publicity manager of Elks pros, was a roommate at Colgate with- W alt Coopey, star of Anthracite Miner's cluh which tussles Antlers here S a turday... Jim says it must be a good team if they’re ail’as good as Coopey er . . . -Syracuse Reds have drop­ ped from the NY Pro loop, but Amsterdam has been added and a second half started,, with Utica, Binghamton, Elmira, Al­ bany, and Buffalo entered . . , It’s tragic they don’t know when to.quit gracefully . , . Beagr&msf drew only 400 fans fop their tiff with Eldridge last Sat. in the armory and have returned to­ st. Stanislaus . . . Look for. the Klks-Seagram series to get un?' d>er way before m onth’s end -. to do something about a skating rink here, but Park1 CaTnfn’r-, ing for keeping Bello Snyder out the first half against Akron, put h e sheepishly explains that. Bpence Knight tells us the nost since Elks Stayed dose the first, m building any suitable kind! of L -Pet j half, Bello Wpnld prove Che win- rink is too much for h is degirt-i' m ’rit a t .present . . . SkaterSfiafis. find rinks in Marion, Lyons, pnef Clifton Springs, there. if they cap gel TELEPHONE € 0 0

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