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TELEPHONE 710 NEW A RK UNION-GAZETTE ANP MARION EN.TERPRISE,. THURSDAY, NOVEM BER. 14, . 1940 FIV E Two Newark Boys Win Berths 40 AltLe&gue Eleven va:'.'-' -.ft:!’ iCmitiiiued from P a g e Four) Huebeler slashed th r o u g h ,,rS>;. <m h is 30 a n d , aided by Fvtt bloeRi-iig awd sem e fancy reeled off a 26-yarc! I,,.., jo Penn Yaw's ,j;,; SIM cf the yeaiv. Ucls Tlnvart Score T h r u s t X, Pam Yan took over ad r ■ rf t h e w ind in tlie nival' i hey kicked to the Reds hitter's 40 an d a lG-yard •; penalty set the locals Mri; ii tlvetr 23. Qli.inlin could y.r - ::!y to th e PY 45 and ■juci-h-y ran it back to t h e Red r.’.iv Cleveland, stan d o u t .Qjj.s e hack, did heavy running jyj :,i -kirt th e flanks, to the *i Trumi broke t h r o u g h to push gnm; back to th e 30, bu t h e ,i -17-yard p a s s which, ii’lia.ck t grabbed p r e ttily bn ;lic tt for first dow n . Tunney ind C'l- veland ran. i t to th e 1- u:u. .i.iic a n d th e n th e Reds '(j-n.i'.td Tunney oil th e 1-inch jiau. : i an o th e r first down. their backs fla t to the iii A* K e tcharn a n d H a rry Inman broke th r o u g h td 's m e a r fc; !.< v for a 2-foot loss, then Brin.: :< bbed' a sh o r t -pasjS over .tbekne into the en d zone.-'Quin- ;;r. d: phiyed s m a r t . thinking jjif:: crabbed th e ball, htmg '*s,t • and let him s e lf .be .(bu m th e end zone for a ua-gi) >rk iThis gave Newatfi tiie y.ii.'ncr c n th e ir 20 and e n d ­ ed - j : luuloubtedly w o u ld have ■lee .n: O range touchdow n tlllVi: Pti. i Van kept fighting, how - d again drove to the 15. from, w h e re a 5-yard cut them, to t h e 10 w ith nds rem a ining. ''R u b y ” -m o thered one prom is- : it?: back on th e 11 and in Y a n took to the air. but Q...:'lui an d H u e b e ler b a tted ' do»:. . long heaves into the the- final whistle icc'.t: ' 0..::-' -um m a ry and .statistics: Nk PY 4 12 m e t i 79 110 (C o n tinued from Page Four) very gocd punting. , D o m inick DerCola, Lyons, q u a r terb a c k —L ightest m a n of th e honor club,. DerCoia was neverthele.ss th e sparkplug, a n d N'o. 1 m a n of an in - a n d - o u t ■Lyons eleven. He took over th e I team ’s m ain i ing duties Tackles; Ed Z o n a , M y n ilerse; Nick Iake.ng, Lyons — D riving, u n tirin g \p u n c h ” is t h e stam p o f a good tackle., a n d b o th Zona a n d Lisena displayed a n u n ­ ending q u a n tity o f s a m e to ra te running and nass-1 alJ' s tar posts’ Z o n a ’ a chuuky in m id-feason P a n d ° f 1?3 p0U1^ s 011 * ^ ..went on to personally account • 6 frame,, was the sp a r k ler o f for fire single victory an d one of th e two ties for the M aroons. tve: X-’.i . : pen.,.: %V a D o m inick scaled' only 150 pounds ,gnd stood five feet seven inches, in moleskins, -but his ptinchim 1, drives in to the line and speedy skating of -the flanks, .plus ability to flip sh o r t .-passes .succe.-iiuliy,., m ade him m o st valuable to his outfit and earned the honor berth over M y n d e tse’s Don Hayes and Clyde’s Bob Meade, both -of whom were not so 'Versatile. E n d s: Joe B a rbi, M y n d erse; R a lph Buffone, W aterloo—Prob­ ably th e easiest to select for th e ir positions, these two boys were th e class of the Tri-C o u n ­ ty flankm e n . Barbi, larger of tlie two at 6 feet, 1 inch in height an d 185 pounds avoirdupois, captained his. cham p ionship Sencca Pails club sm a rtly, :as well as.-car rying the m a il m a n y tim e s on end-arptuid plays,, spearing passes expertly, aiid getting dow n under -punts to nab the receiver. Buffone tipped the beam at only 150 an d stood 5 feet, 10 inches, bu t m a d e up i n slashing drive for h is lack -of size. He I.clutched forw a rds w ith finesse - a n d was fast in covering kick ! receiver?,, b u t his -main brilliance , was in driving in to h i t th e op- I posing ballcarrier before he could g e t started . B o th boys were given h a r d com p e tition for honor posts by Bill Benjam in of Clyde, -Bill C h r is tian of W a ter­ loo, and Tripoli of Penn -Yan, but em e rged ahead on an a l l ­ round basis in th e ir final year Fir-! Yd- ri.nv.ns . nun ru n n in g No ru.'.uina plays used . 33 51 Aver;- •• yam per run 2.4 2.2 FYd : a -.-es atte m p ted 6 7 Fn r ji .s.-cs com p leted 0 2 Yd- u.i.ed passing 0 32 Par. .i.iercepted by 1 1 Di-’.o.'-t gain p u n ting 191 111 Numot. of -punts 6 5 Aver.-.- yds. of p u n ts 32 23, Ru::b 'if kicks 5 66 Fnirb.i'- made by . 3 5 Fumbles recovered-by' 4- 4' Y5; • penalties 40 21 NEWARK PENN YAN LE—M u n n . W h itaker LT—Inm a n Ogden LG—F isehette Collins C—M inutolo H y land I RG —P a rker McClure R T —Bloom S h o rt R E — K?:i ham . . Tripole QB— Syiu-.-mel , , Tunney LH—Q u inlin P a llar RH —T ruini Cleveland FB — H u ebeler B runt Tomchdow'i—Quinlin ibueki; p o in t a f te r touchdow n , Quinlin ib u c k ) ; su b s titutions; N e w a rk— S a t ta , C h ittenden; Penn Y a n - Buckley, Jones, Terpolilli; .re­ feree, M cDonald, Geneva:; urn- pire, H e rrick, In terlak e n ; head „ „ „ ■diiTesmahf L b m a n , G e n eva;- tim e , i,the M y n d e rse line, charging, low an d h a r d to o p e n holes for his backs a n d m a k in g it exceedingly tough for th e opposing b a llcar­ riers when they tried his spot. Lisena, c a p t a i n of th e Lyons M aroons, w a s faVor.ed by 6 feet a n d 170 pounds p f braw n w h ich w as th e shining light of a u p - ' and-dow n Lyons -forward wall. He not only stopped a m a jo r sh a r e of plays com ing his way, b u t often pulled o u t t o block e n d puns -dr cover a pass receiver. H e ’s a senior a n d m a y n o t re ­ tu r n , G u a r d s : C a r t T ruini, N ew ark; M a tth e w W allace, Realm Y a n —, -Beyond doubt, t h e b£st se t of guards in th e - loop, T r u i n i and W allace would gladden .any coach’s h e a r t w ith th e ir scrappy p lay show n th is year. T r u in i ra te s 's lig h tly th e better, display­ ing. plenty-of “savvy” i n running in terferen c e for his balltoters a n d repeatedly popping up in th e opposing,, backfleld to spear rh m iers fpr im p o r t a n t losses. He w as tried as a b a c k in th e final gam e , b u t on re tu r n i n g to guard in the second h a l f ’ virtually tu r n e d th e tide for N e w a rk in its 7-0 w in over P e n n Y a n , He is one o f th e tw o ju n io r all­ league selections. W allace, b e t t e r know n as ■‘B u c k ’’ to P e n n Y a n n q r s ^ v a s his team ’s m o s t im p roved line-- m a n during th e year. A lthough he Was o u t w ith in ju r i e s in the final contest, he h a d previously show n th e kind of h a r d running, on Interference and blasting offensive tactics o f w h ich sta r s are m ade. A s e n io r w e ighing 170 pounds, he h a s played only two years an d will be back to defend his laurels in 1941. C e n ter: Rudy DeLosio, Clyde— W inner o f one o f t h e closest races for honors, DeLesio Was the one sta n d o u t of a Clyde club Which w o n only one. He was sw itched from tack le to center early in th e year an d the move proved w o rthy. R u d y took over the pest like a veteran snapper-back and, besides cen­ tering well, proved a b e a r c a t in backing u p th e lin e a n d roving all over th e . field to b r e a k up passes. His 180 p o u n d s and sm a r t diagnosing oi a tta c k e r s ’ plays’ gave h im th e nod over such o t h e r good league centers Lyons, BILOTTA’S (Continued from Page Four) 222-188 for 577 -total. T h e team h a d a handicap o f 8. In o th e r le.agUe contests C^yde Shells stuck in -fifth post by a fo u r - p o in ter over W o lc o tt Janew a y s ,’ Lyons E iks took, 3 from M a r ten s , L y o n s Holloways won the. s a m e -from W itt’S, Nor­ tons an d O n tario Golf Club split-, an d P a r tr idges copped a four- bagger from B&P. Team' sta n d ­ ings are: W L Av. P t N e w a rk Elks . .28 5 87.4 39’ Newark B ilottas 22 l i 877 30 W o lcott M a rtens . 23 10 760 29 N ew ark Holloways 21 12 788 29 M a shed tu r n ip s : P a r e and tsauee over them an d sprinkle ( slice the tu r n ip s an d drop the w ith V2 cup pf g r a ted cheese. I slices into a p a n w ith enough (B a k e them in a m o d e r a te oVen , j b o iling w a ter to . c o v er them ,' r<350 to 400 degrees F a h r e n h e it) (.C o o k them until ten d e r .(from T o r .30 m inutes, an d serve them 45 to '60 m in u t e s ) ; -drain them (hot. well. P u t ■them b a c k in to -the p a n a n d m a s h th e m thoroughly. Season -them w ith sa l t, b u tte r , and a little pepper, a n d serve them a t once. T u rnips w ith cheese. Peel. 3 mediumTsized yellow turnips. Tricks with Turnips T u rnips co n ta in -about the sam e a m o u n t of vitam in G a s do tom a toes, a n d wise .hom e m a k e rs will serve -them o f ten during the m o n th s w h e n they are inexpen- j c u t th e m in slices, and boil sive a n d plen tifu l, Cook th e tu r - J them for about 1-5 m inutes in nips orily until, they are tender. ( b o iling salted w a ter. M ake u V a riety in serving, th e m an d a w h ite sauce of 2 tabiespbons of disli'm a d e a ttrac tiv e also stim u .- , b u t te r , 2 tablespoons of flour-, late in terest. lo t cu p s of milk, 1 teaspoon -of Tlie New Y o rk S t a te College ( s a l t ap d 'a teaspoon of oef>opr. o f Horne Econom ics 'Offers; sev- j Drain- th e - tu r n ip s and p u t them- S tuffed -turnips. P a r e 6 n i e - ‘ diu-ni-sized tu r n ip s „and cook them whole until tender. Re­ m o v e-the cen ters of th e turnips, leaving a- sh e ll about o n e - h a lf inch in. thickness. M a sh th e centers., ad d salt an d pepper to taste, 2 tablespoons of m e lted butter, lla cups of milk, 'a cup of bread erumbs, an d fa cup Of cold m inced pork or ham . Mix th e m well a n d .h e a p th e m ixture in tlie tu r n ip cups; B rush the surface o f th e cups w ith m elted butter, place th e m on a well- Now th a t flow e rs .are n o t as p len tifu l as th e y were, yo u can m a k e a few go fu r t h e r If you build your bouquet a r o u n d a figurine. You' can find One o f these little figures in a dim e s tore or in -the m o s t exclusive china- shop. T h e color o f the little figure determ ines t h e coloi o f t h e flowers you use. * If you are rep e a tin g th e colors in th e figure by a r r a n g in g ,.a m ixed bouquet, it’s Best n o t to have equal am o u n ts of colors in th e flowers. L e t ofie color p r e ­ dom inate, using th e o t h e r s for co n tr a s t an d accent. !' — — ,— -o— '— — ’ Seventy-ton tan k s .burn, 6 gal-, ions -of gas p e r mile. W e’ll stick to o u r jalopy ’cause it’s m o re com fortable to ride in. 20 13 793 28 19 14- 774 25 18 15 810 24 16 17 834 23 16 17 ?3Q 23 17 16 311 22 Of quarters, 10 m in. Bill W ilson o f W a terloo, H y land o f P e n n Y a n . and Clyde Shells Lyons Elks . . . Sodus B and P . . Sodus N o rtons . . W o lcott M etcalfs Newark M asons . O n tario G o e tzm a n s 16 17 792 22 W olcott ’Havens 15 18 710 22 W illiam son L u m b e r 16 17 701 19 Lyons W ilts 15 18 625 19 Sodus A tlantics . . 14 16 758 18 Lyons Holloways 14 19 751 17 O n tario Golf Club 11 2? 767 16 W o lcott Janew a y s 9 24 674 12 O n tario P a r tr id g e s 10 23 747 11 Sodus G a u d inos . 7 23 739 8 -o- -------- Brother of Local Woman, Fought in World War at 15 An interesting sto r y concern­ ing Fred W h eeler of G reece, N. Y„ one of th e youngest soldiers to serve i n .the Amerie j n overseas arm y |n World- W ar 1. was told by Colum n ist Howard C. Hosmer in the Rochester T u n e s-U n ion of November 11 th. W h eeler is a b r o th e r of Mrs. W illis R. S a n d e rson o f Newark. According to C o lum n ist Hos- m er. W h eeler was only 15 when he saw action at t h e front, Hos- m er relates th a t the you th f u l' doughboy left fpr A m erica in Septem b e r 1918 to jo in th e air force t r a in in g corps, p l a n n in g tp retu r n to France i n th a t service. T h ree days out o f London, his ship, tlie ill-fated Gallow ay Castle, w a s torpedoed by a G e r ­ m a n U-b'oat, aud w e n t down carrying 242- oi those aboard\ wUh her. W h eeler w a s one of 13 who drifted for 32 h o u r s on a r a f t , before being picked u p by- th e liner P resident .Grant. -— - a ----- . 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