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NF,WAR£ LfNI0N-CA7;F.TTR - AND ■MARION .M f.R P R M , THURSDAY/ NOVEM BER 2S, 1040 TELEPHOKT, ; ivMfElXPHI <: I’- 1 * . 1 LL: Again Lead Elks PIN RECORD N H S F iv e R ises to T r o u n c e 2 ON PetM1 Y a n A f t e r O p e n in g L o ss ! fAlex*nder, Beales, Rookei; Head Setup; Drill Set ) Saturday N e w a rk' Elk.'. Ladge will 4c- , fin itely sponsor . 1 ’ pr-ofcsstonal j 'basketball team her.’ this w m - ; te r . T h is w as the an n o u n c e m e n t ; m a d e By R a y m o n d L W ilso n .' ex a lted ruler. tbi« week follow - ( ing final decision of ’.cdie tr u s ­ tees in tshe- n i a tter which h a s i Been under discursitm th e pa-t 1 tw o m o n th s - 1 W ilson '-aid th a t H e rbert >1. A lexander h a s b t r n nam e d a - , g e n e r a l m a n a g e r of the project, w ith A lbert ‘ <C h r is ' H o o k e r •' ag a in serving a< booking .m a n a ­ ger a n d T e d Beales, fp r n iir A n t - . le r coach an d player, consenting i to a c t as team coo e h this y e a r D e cision to. go a h e a d w ith ;h e (. a n n u a l S a tu r d a y uiglit pro co n ­ te s t s w a s finally m a d e W ilson . a s s e r ted , w h e n the basketball i com m itted was' cor.vrr.ced th a t a l a r g e e n o u g h num b e r of people w a n ted; th e e n te r ta in m e n t to assu r e th e financial - . ip p o c t : neegsary. He declared th a t th e . Biks have, over a period ef y.v.is, ' lost ra t h e r th a n m a d e , m o iv y o n th e p r o p ct a.id that last 1 season w a s no exception M a n a g e r A lexander m im e - : diatply said th e E lk ' will at-., tem p t to .sign up h gh-cl.i cag e r s im m e d iatelv and a n in d e p e n d e n t Newark r a t h e r th a n th e proposed o f h ir in g an cufcidi team to com e here an d piav under th e ■ A n tler banner. He .-a:c the q u .n t will probably p e r f v m he: cve rv S a tu r d a y rttgh: npam -t usu a l to p - r a n k in g pr>. team .' R o o k e r announced rh ,r tr. firs t gam e has be.-.i. -ch-d' lu. h e r e fo r S a turday night. D»r 7 a g a i n s t th e H a rlem Y a n k e r\ Ht said c o n tr a c t offri.-. h.:.\r a t . . s e n t t o Tommy R.cii a.m f r.n k . P r a n t e l . reguiai .’.id id.m t p lay e r s here last ve. r. r :n N - la n d , Tonaw a n d a . c< w l . , m played here befcia .• Dick U tica, w h o saw br er .- w i t h th e Elks last year. L u d v ig, form e r Pen in .d c e n t e r whose play mg na ap p lau d e d here an d ’ wL.> • coaching a t C a stile a f t e r playing college bail. a . x Johnny S c teo e d e r , ex-Syt a c m e vars.ty sp a r k ler now ‘in C o iaate-R o c h - e s ter \Divinity School. He said th a t several o t h e r m en thchtri- ing Ed Scmdi rm a r. .m u a: i g considered fbr •.p-vflv F irst r e h e a t -..i M - ne clco w ..t be held this S a turday u .g .f Singles Mark of 248 Rolled ' Twice in Wayne Match; Elks Gain Newark High School s-Red cage forces initiated their new I gymnasium by taking a defeat from Waterloo last Friday, but | came back greatly improved T u e s d a y night to fight their way to n convincing 34-2.5 triumph, over Penn V a n and gain an even , split in th e i r -two W a y n e - F inger , Lakes League tilts tp date. T o - j: T h e R e d s got off to, a prontis- J& P R e tailers . A rcadia o i l e r s . I P illrollers 11 16 711 12 11 19 724 15 f0F fhe evening with a 5, 4/.H 11 19 689 14 th e P a n th n e r s ' losing fight.C arI W alker’s 200 single and 50c toT tal am i Ilcrb Aiexaiiaer's i<tj single w e re bright -pots for ti.J O tters. * T E D Beales’ “B o b c ats” forged ___________________ fa r th e r \ aheatl in the E lk s Lea- N1GK .S a n tin o ’s R u ffalo Ttatek- She: o f S k * ® m m j A i as t h e y iwniiHled out a 4-pottu,er m e n . M a tron T o u n e i s , an d A t - |.oa,e r Egbert F a r r e ll’s “EHts II” |,eight N e w a rk m e n cadia Oilers stole th e ' sp o tlig h t ^ th e i r 24 h a n d icap . Parke tin th e M o n d a y ’N ig h t League Reeves’ “’O tters” , _ l e a d e r s . until m o rrow (F riday, n ig h t th e y fa c e I ing s t a r t as Q u inlin rack e d i i p / L ' 6 t h * a » t h r e e w inning g g g ' (hhiH imn + nUo™' «»»»••■> 1 nimfniivtd -«7 pops and. Lyon, could ho t eope veteran W aterloo five w ith an d ;I H ighlights of th e p a - t keghne j week in the Way.no Coiuity 1 A Bowling League inc.tided e s t a b - ,] ] hshm e n t ot a new m g li single- i n e f ® cu ■game m a r k bv tw o m en in the , • same m a tch.' a g e n e r a l'im p r o v e - 1 ***** hem selves p u t of chances ! m em in m d f iid u a l scores Jl Rtk • throughout the loop; an d con- ee , n n ^ . ^ u .’ ch called. 20 S m u e r i n , e , f N G v aik Elk-,, w h o . Per?o;lT s agm n s t M e mi.vU « e increased th e ir leading m a r g in tlla n , lh** h a d u\ $ e te 12 . m il points w ith th e i r 10th ! QF e,ne‘’ bat ” *** MCt , weep o f the season l VI0.lent ^ P e\ ^ s com m itted ■ Prim e oddity w a , tu r n isk s d J a g a ?.n n .»» Vtovfat m a tch betw een W o lcott }scolulg: G eorge QiunUn. h ig h •scorer in b o t h contests w ith 15 th e third loop tests,, a g a in s t Myn-- 1 th ,,pp ,„uni.t derse Academy a t Seneca. Falls, L , . then, ppiiat tb th e tradition,a:i 1 ,and' ^ h e b e le r each cofi- ela s h at Lyons Dec. 6,in t h e f i r s t ,l,:i’ lte °,ne 1° gdye Ul®tA a 4 2\® contest tow a rd the'vV a v n e C lass I ^ lFe first q u a r t e r m a rk. “ p a „ ' I W a te rloo solved: the m a n - to - The -hakv and 'inexperienced1 F 5 n ,?6l'bI^ b ' n t 'l e secolld Pe?’’ . ___ _ ion. how ever, an d eentei- Ritl CHRIS RO 0 K E R B e a le s h a s been nam e d coach of th e A n tler Pros for th e fifth year, a f t e r a layoff last season, w h ile R o o k e r is s t a r t i n g his n i n t h eonsecfttive y e a r as team business m a n ­ ager. B o th a r e form e r scho­ lastic and p r o players. 1.1 a Foocihaven.- an d O n tario Far.t- j ridges, w h en G e o rge Longley. 'H avens captain, and K e at I G a r d n e r cf P.irtridgef! botlt split '.the slides far.n e w high singles I o f 248. topping the form e r m a rk of 246. Longley hit ill- ir. the jfirit gam e bu t fell down th e r e - ! a f ter to register only 577. while G a r d n e r sta r te d w ith a .'low I an d 14 m a rkers, show e d speed and. skill,, w h ile K e n n y H u e b eler an d Sum n e r M u n n exhibited m a rked im p rovem e n t iii tlie second tilt, (japt. Jim . H a r t play-- ed tw o and a half q u a r te r s and, although n o t up to his old? s c o r ­ ing form, contrib u ted passing assists in th e late m inutes to : p a ir an d th e n bom b ed out th e ! '^ ’t;. Ub t Te w !n n » « Sca's- ... „ I O tunlin S u a rks Att:ack ■ - p. a form cluo pin it P L A Y A N D . big score in th e final line, for a ! total of .566, T h e two team s split • in points. Perduyn Leads A n tlers N e w a rk’s A n tler- Lyons Holloways 95 pins on h a n ­ dicap an d si:H sheile.d out yic- j tcries by good m a rgins in ail games a n d total pin - to rem a in unbe.ru-H in any m a tch this .y e a r 'C h u b '' Perduyn h i t his 1 stride an d clouted o u t gam e s of Q u inlin S p a rk s A tt B o th clubs racked up six points in th e first q u a r te r , a f t e r j they h a d played nearly five m ip - su c tted I lItes ^ ^ o u t an y scoring, i t w as a wild an d loose gam e , w ith New ark setting a fast pace th a t h a d th e P e n n Y a w n e rs off b a l ­ ance. Q u inlin contributed- a p a ir of pcp-.ups an d a free throw In th e ;econd period to lead- th e R e d s to a 12.-7 edge a t h a lf - tim e , B> DON BIRD DEER. DEEK. DEER Ter. N.ev a i k e r s t.'.ed iive v»lc- V S'.euoer. C cur.tj this week a- Via c c e r s-a: and found I: hunter's dve.vn FIVE big. b 'a u : drav* ..v - .r.a CL-'pcrV, P a , : : - , -pectacular -u - .- e i- ■babies\ wcr- Eavl 9-p -,..e by Mifsiog. D e C l.rk . and ix r ; -r cV-is d J fiin.-on R c jm e r and U tor, are P r u n e r al b r o u g h t dow:V ^ 6 a q ._=jig i 1-99-191-219 for high total o f 609 .,!'vhi.le the visitors w e re held to whiL C a p t Ted B e ales had a 204 -i •',118ie foul cpuntei. no oe‘t- 1 12 th pi. Boasting age m pens had to give aw a y 85 a n d lest tire first line by ) th e th ir d b\ .,nly 4. B 1 c a p tured th e m iddle gau to give them , total pi •a n d 2 of the 4 poi C clacm o ag a in .-npptjed back to 215 single an d w.m Newell R o b inson. Ben. i to tal for-B iiottas. whUe T o n y Craver. Roy Jo u r s . Don Beader, e and I r a W o c d h o u -e asiistm g. »T d d » . f w a C , Newark M ason s a L o cam e H u e b e ler opened th e second h a lt w ith a p a ir pf nice- side -h o ts t h a t swished, in a n d Q u in- iin added a corner flip th a t sent i.the H a tsellm e n out in front 21- 10 a t th e th r e e - q u a r t e r m a rk, a f t e r W h itak e r ’s field goal' an d toul were th e only P e n n Y a n hi\he<t team a v e r - j Po int-e- ■Quinlin’s p r e tt y sh o r t 884 tlie P o p - a!Ici a d r ib b le-iu - c o n -.ngle an d 553 total and Ed Far-- ifii aided w ith 541. B i.oftos relinq.uisUed their strangle h e ld on sc-eoi’d piace and in to a tie w ith Clyde She!!- a- :)!■ locals could do than -pllt w ith the •’ Sodus At-lantics :e It. vgue. iod, ho w ever, a n d cente r B ill C h r is tian an d Sculli each con­ nected tw ice to p u s h their total to 20 a t h a lf - tim e , While h o ld ­ in g N e w a rk to a single tw o - p o in te r by V e iesentl, Q u inlin’s R a lly in Vain Then in th e third- stan z a 'Q u inlin a g a in fo u n d tl;e sh o r t range a f te r W a te rloo h a d forged fa r t h e r ahead, an d w ith a blast of four successive field goals he pu lled th e locals u p to a 24-24 tie w ith only tw o m inutes re ­ m a ining. A foul s h o t by C h ris- tia n gave W a te rloo a 25-24 m a r ­ gin as they w e n t in to the final chapter. N e w a rk’s desperate H e d m en saw Sculli h a n g back an d tak e an intercepted b a ll alone u n d e r th e board- to score twice( an d dum p th e i r total.. T h e n began a ' fight to stop the ;e shots- w h ich gave W a te rloo 10- f r e e throw s, of w h ich th e y converted 7 to sew up th e b a tt l e . Jones an d K u m k ie also dropped in. floor goals, w h ile holding N e w a rk to a single double-decker by M u n n for th e en tire period. \v v n i u i . o o (40) W.u-il.rf •|\uinkiA,rf lionaori.li* * ‘hrisiiitn.c M l i n u '. l i i J.ux.U version s t a r t e d the final stan z a m e rrily for th e w inners, th e n u & m n Y an began to c'reep up on T tw o long shot -e asn s tm g , ••Red” D rake an d D r D u p h a ] Ri<-\.’s tmir.p-'c! ;!'■•’ W h itm y ’ Esiar.e ::i :}v Adirondack.- . 1 ! 45 Riders Compete In Turkey Run of Local Cycle Club . T h e first 'W estern N cn A’ rk C h a m p ionship T u rkr y R ; stag e d here Sunday ny -he W a y n e County M d v i c .c .e Cl 0 a t t r a c t e d 45 riders and w.,.- , : Of th e m o st .-nccei-f j ! c\- .if- prom o ted here by the r<ub a r - ; cording to Do:i3ld S Co.e .-ecro- : t-arjf C o r d e - ja - i- '-^rr.p/ted a 76-m ile ■ com-s- ecverir.g “-on- ' Crete, m a c a a a r n . and d.r* road- w ithin a 18-mile rad. . - N» - ark. EfiSh- score v i n i . ' r Wi Bud Legg of Rock ■- - ‘ ■’ r ' k ' .1.-. d 998 p o in ts o .r f -1 po-.-.blo 1,000 an d roevived ar. .ascribed “brow n jug\ nr.d r a - h prize A.M.A. m e d a ls ar.d n v r c h a r .d .-e prizes donated py N<‘x a r k m e r ­ c h a n t s w e n t to t!i' jllO'A.ill in o r d e r: Jim S n a n u . R c e h e - ter 996 points; C L r r k th r u - R o c h ­ este r , a n d Ai - ark, each 995. Ed Gf-niii. r B u f­ falo, 994; G o rdon M:l> r. Rdciii - - ter, a n d C!,fiord Smll Newark e a c h 993: Bill Cebeiachf-r. Rof-h- ester. a n d Spencer ft.yr.eir ■•:•• N e w a rk, each 992. M e rchandise prtzes aw a rded E d ith Sw a n arid Mr- W illiam Coer.r- of ftoche*-t< r .md Phyllis C o it a n d Mrs, C.iff rd S tell of-N e w a rk. K .ders ir.,m B u ffalo. S p ringy.,;* R o r h e - ter. Syracuse. F u lton, and Newark entered. F inal ciub event of tire year will be av jrd tr .v of tr- ies o f t h e iocal activity ^or.t»,fa for b o th m e n a n d vvo:n< n a.o.i' h term in a te D e cem b er ! WAYNE-FINGER LAKES BASKETBALL LOOP W eek’s R e sults - - -C a n a n d a igua 41 Clyde !2 M y n d e rse 28. P a lm y r a 26 W a terloo 40: Newark 26 M y ifderse 28. G e n e v a 27 C a h a n d a ig tta 44. W a te rloo 22 C lyde 26. Lvcms 17 N e w a rk 34. P e im Yai) 25 League S tandings w I, Prt C a n a n d a ig u a 2 M y n d e rse 2 C l y d e ......................... 2 Newark- . f G e n e v a . 1 W a terloo , 1 Pfinn TYaft—r— TF •r.t-y RCVVOs R(-> do-v All. : sp.l.t •v- r e r . 1 ru i m .re D r aw;.-v w ith a split in t h e i r in ,tvh again-1 Lvoil- Elks. - cop- p-.-.r f .\ o a a m i but 1 -sir. puts by a 36-pm edge to g a in , , . - ............. , , even honors W o rking w ith a 16 allot a. a - p o .i u aucx and ^ tiu v T o n by 26 m a p les ' 1:1 thc fir-: ...id by 52 111 the second, b u t lost th e th n d by 114 ,. , fivp for ii'.'’ to tal difference T e r r y vi, a .;ar\spevu:aU»r!Paton hlt a lji\ 223 s,n\:e • alld do > but -f- Iv - .-ha- a. a:. •ilh.t. back | F.V j t i e . 11 »> u>-ic Join: Nicskt--. Georve W elcher Neil V e rcrou-c. •?•••»r N . c - k - : . . . d Ed Fn.vxood Th\ s.«mi“ a r-.up plus R,.y W i.ghi, C a r. Wa.ki-r. and Hehry ahd P e t e r Luurigard. h u n ted near O lcan M--iiday ar.d bagged '-i.“ biv-k a. d on- fox as well as s i c .i .i ., black 580 ta pac • tin- Lyons w h ile T J C'oi.icmo's A n tlers. 563 an d Ja k e Fo- ; 2:1 .-ingle and 562 m a tch tu tal led flic locals Clytiers Nip Holloways c Holloa ay s of Newark were not so fo r tu n a te and were* sw ept off th e i r ffet by Clyde Shells, w h o held a 5-pii: handicap. \Plug\ DiRenzo h a d a big n ite w ith , . , ,202-215-182. .,..d a 599 total for ot ai E acec, oy p c ih -ci snot qjvcj (.,.v. tr.,- it: forced ar.d f i them to . t a ion - irae REDS IMPROVE EARLY As p r e d a t e d by us an d m a n y others, t h e NHS R e d s s t a r t e d off with m a n y rough edges show ing and lack 01 experience a ll too evident. A fter dropping to Wa- r g Qj u tcrloo, they show e d sm o o t h e r ' team w o r k and som e individual polish T u e s d a y t o nip Penn Y an. v p . l backed by F r a t a n s c r / - hot 245 single an d 597 total to . .lam p the local boys. Roy Foiletti- w as high- Hollow iy k 'g .'T w ith 197-165-183 fur 545. T h . /.-.s dropped th e C i c t h '- ’i ' .-. oack * 1 : to fifth posi­ tion. In oth> r 1 u tan g lcm e n .s M e in- h a r d t had a 211 single to lead Gatidii-.i-- to a 4-pohftcr ! o v er W oicott Jaiicway ;. W h it- t m o re -ocked 234 single and 612 each by Fox an d ' W h itaker. H a r t- to - M u im Play Clicks B u t S u m n e r M u n n show e d his ab ility under th e b o a r d s by t a k ­ ing th r e e nice passes from H a r t to toss th e m up for tw o - p o in t­ ers. H a r t finally caged a corner, pop? -and as th e f i n a l ' gongl sounded B r u n t 's la y - u p had pulled the m in d e r s to w ithin 9 tota-l P ° ’n ‘‘s <;* i°ea'ls. R a y Lyon, lanky Red fonvaru. w a s forced to w a tch from th e b e n c h a f te r spraining his ankle M o n d a y , an injury w h ich will keep him out u n til a t least th e Lyons c o n t e s t . , New ark h a d 20 personal fouls an d P e n n Y a n 15 called during th e m elee, w ith the R e d s sin k ­ ing 8 out of 16 a t t e m p t s a n d P e n n Y a n m a k ing good on U out of 23 free throw s. M u n n and H u e b e ler w ere forced o u t in th e fo u r th q u a r te r 011 fouls, as were also B a rrow s an d H y land of th e visitors. T h e second team dropped b o t h its opening gam e s. W a ter­ loo captured u narrow 31-28 win and P e n n Y a n took aw a y a 30- ’2i victory. \ i : \ V - \ U K I I t 11 I ' F . W V V \ ( 2 5 ) 1 1 !•' T <. K T r I m Fox.rf :: r «» m «>. liru n t.rf l ^ I \ 1 t n.irr-'.ws.lf •• *• *« *> l 1 0 '» 1 •• 1: Vv o rdi ii.e «« .1 fi 2 1 1 Hyland,rtr 0 0 • i . S b h o r t . r s ’ 2 1 r. Whitufcer.lff 11 0 a th e ir -m atches w iin a profound effect 011 th e circu it standings,. W h ile th e M a rion five was shackling th e defending ehaijips. C o u riers, th e T r u c k m e n ' S’d copping a close m a t c h from Jil R e taiiem and O ilem w e re sweeiT-; while p an.eWs only fa i r 460 and m g J& P W h o lesaleis off t h e n , ^ y v n c saej's 4 5 3 . were b e s t for a:' . , . , . ®thc E lks—two. Reeves h i t 511 M a r io n s e n t r y used an a v « i - , t0 Iea(i hls o t t e r s to a but sa n k into second turn points beh in d th e ’Cat,s. B e a les had a n up-and-dow n a i g h t , . b u t led h i s claw ing Bob- its w ith 163-122-214 a n d a 499 fetal, aided by R a y W ilson’s 482 O F T I’T 1 2 4 on,rf „ ” J u 2 PhvlpN.rf • ti U (1 f 7 J.‘»'ATunml.f j (i I \ u ii M,inutc»U..K MO <11 •• xfjiiinl.in.c .7 i i :. 3 '• tl .InTnsvp,.- u n •a ii ii HMi*b<‘.ji j*. rsr .. 2 t» oi\ ii.i'nti nilSi.Fir Cl \ u n \*t-11*iit’i.'lif I i 3 2 III ID Totals Lr 2 ”i. hi ’O lv : W.Uoiioi ~-So. Totals H alf-i in Newark 14; foul vhol'-' rm'Kf'tl— l . v o j i M ; i i ) n 2, M i n u t o l o I. < j u i n - li.u 2.. \V|i Hfntt i. W aul I, Si ulli J, \ • hrls’tiah 2? .loftf'S 1. All-in I:, ivff-cvc, Utcli, Lyodi'. ROD & GUN M E E T I Oilers, age 101-piu. h a n d ic a p to trounce C o u riers for tw o gam e s :and to - ; tal p in s , d e s p ite Toni -GravinoVc nice 227-226-160 for 6.13 to paee j th e ciefenders. S teyasirt h i t 51.4 to sp a r k the victors in the first ] and- th i r d lines, w h ile Roy F o lrj lette blasted 210 to h e l p Couriers win th e second gam e. The win put M a rion in a k n o t for third. A CLOSE a f f a i r w as the R u f ­ falo triu m p h over B iiottas, a win w h ich y u t th e Truckers; up W ithin tw o p o i n ts of t h e leading? C o u riers, W o rking ag a in s t a 36- pin m a r g in , T r u c k m e n cap tu r e d th e second a n d ’ th ir d lin e s ' by 47 p in s each a n d to ta l by only 44, w h ile J& P 1 took th e opener by 50. .CriteUi lift 496 an d N il- ■olo t 484 to lead the h a u le r s an d T a y lor’s 481 a n d ' W aegtze’s 471 were best for th e R e tailers. ARCADIA O ilers, league dodr- ' m a ts so far. show e d a b u r s t of 1 pinpicking th a t overcam e J& P W h o le salers' 38 h a n d icap and swept a fo u r - p o in ter easily. They copped win? of 64, 28, an d 48 pins a n d total. led by R o b a rge's 1 474 a n d Celt's 473. P a u l F o r t- m iller had 463 to pace h is W h o lesalers. ' Clyde Roys, now tied for th ir d ! With M a rion, cancelled a sched­ uled m a tch w ith Pillrollers, w h o ; At p r e s - . Retailers,.) and Pillrollers all have -point win, h u t P e rdnyn scored high IN tlie W ayne County Lt-a-u, iglit N e w a rk m e n a i c al„im. ' t h e high. 10 in average, p,,- .,j' 42 .games rolled th u s far i eatie] is. Tdiiy DeM ott, Bilotta'.s leadof kegler a n d one of the dean, u th e 1-3 slot a f t in this ave, Incidentally, five years, ago To,h registered a 246-242-247 for 73 ? to tal to set a leuvtie tecori while r o lling for Colat-nns m ife ! F inger L a k e s League. DeM ott, Newark Biiciui , T . G ravino, B iiottas ■ B eales, N e w a rk Biks , B aylard,. Newark Elk., ' P erduyn,. Newark Elks 31 183 42 184 42 183 T 8 J 42 173 I s y o u r f a m i l y w o r t h t h e e x t r a p r o ­ t e c t i o n o f U . S .R O Y A L M ASTERS? i.u.\ ‘ a re now 111 th e cellar, ent Couriers. Rays, M e m b e rship drive for 1941 will j p o stponed m a tch e s to m a k e up.,* Insure yoiir family’s safety before askidding accident dcciirs.Cbange to U. S. R oyal Masters — America’s foremost quick-stopping tire. ROYAL MASTERS BOUGHT IH NOVEMBER WILL BE PRACTICALLY AS GOOD AS HEW NEXT SPRING] Rubber wears more than twice as rapidly in h o t weather as it does in cold weather. T h e Rubber Manufacturers Association Report on Tread Wear says::, “ At 100° temperature the rate of tread wear is 5 times faster than at 40°.’’ be sta r te d by th e N e w a rk R o d & G u n Club a t a m e e ting to be < held M o n d a y evening, Dec. 2. a t | C a n n e ’s Gaf.age. M e m b e rship 1 c a r d s will be d istrib u ted a n d o t h e r im p o r tan t business wiil be dis'eussed, Stftndinx W L Av. Pt. C o u riers .................... 22 8 856 30 R u ffalo’s T r u c k e r s 19 14 754 28 M a r ion Tow n e rs . . 16 17 711 22 Clyde R o y s .............. 16 14 7.34 22 J& P W h o lesalers . 15 18 638 18 Newark, N. Y. PHONE 708 .M u .fin r f K» u u.imji n . .. ... . . . ., t o ta l and F r i d DeW itt li.l 21.1- , G e o rge Q u m h n writ h a v e a b . g | 24, . n - for 629 tr> b0ai-k W o l. ’ Vea,r , ,m e kf - PS «P C scavm s | c o l! M e tcalfs to a 3-point win an d ballhaw k m g , S u m n e r M u n n | ,>vrv o *a’ a G- f Club iv m a s te r in g his footw o rk and ( T o morro',v night Elks ' roll w.ff becom e a n o th e r G e m g e jFoocihavpu, a d Mast>n-s clash uf f r , ‘2 \ « 2 g , ^ th/ ! w ith Ja .’c-u - .j,. b o th a t W o lcott. ! Ke\ H u e b e ler begins to , Qn [hc N c w a rk -disp tey -a w o r k ing teuoviledge pf , m e e t Lyons wittV. an d Hollo- , he fine p o i n ts as does Vin ; ,vaVs c b s h u l l h Wf);c<)tt M a r . V e lesenti. but b o th m u st learn Te;[.„ - vo,._ 1 to sh o r ten th e i r passing game. • Jim m y H a rt, frankly, disap- ; pointed us with a plavful open- ( \-p.A M . riUtolw 1 II V Ll’ jMtiilln o j.nm.in.t’ H'h Ut I* r.re: Pin t|.« T ^ V. I« “f M .lL' u n ‘• 2 2 1 10 -1 Tot.ilK J3 S 3 1 Totals 7 II 27. Hali'-'V.iTni* score: Newark 12, IVim Y.in 7; fr«e throw s misspd-r M ot . ii j. Kctoharn 1, Minutolo 3, (itiin)in 1, H u ^ b flor I, V p I pspti M 1. Urunt 1, Harrows 2, Ht vhi- 2. \V*»r- H* ii t Hylnm* 3. Whit il:»;r 2. r»*f'- •■i'* M,.iii?i\ Ktrft* h ing T u e s d a y , but should an d wiil get serious, we believe. We figure they should win If) out of their 16 gam e s th is vear, but will be 1 satisfied w ith a .500 perform - 1 ance, w h ich is th e record to, j date. M y n d e rse will lower it to­ m o rrow night, tho. HERE ’.V THERE Bruce Babcock »<id friend- her'- last w e ek-end th a t be dp- fin/./.y „s not th.r m y h -.nth fo,,t- 1 ball an d will be o u t for the U of R varsity next y e a r H e ', play- x i on t h e frosh basketbaff team now. along with Dick Bnroodv '.a>' y e a r ’s G e n e v a ‘ar Ri.stv Jarr> ssf n is 0 1 000 0 1 000 1 667 1 '500 ' 1 .500 , 2 333 1 r ~ m ~ Palmyra. jjyons . ® : Q a n t i 13>lz F r id a y New a rlc at-Sfeoeca. F a l ls G e n e v a a t C a n a n d a igtxa L Lyons at Watefloa Fsimyra at Pem Van :000 cioff Aifrrr! varsity -quad ivhirh ! opens w ith Corn -15 f'h s week .Jimmy Ur.,ano a N iagara U soph, is p.ayine w .th ,i .-rmi- pro cage quint ..-..N iagara Faffs instead uf t-r vine for the varsity w h ic h h e say , is crow d ed with sch o larsh ip -.luden’ , •yho :irr given p r e feren c e . Jane H a t- sell an d M a rge Dc Hor.d will, re ­ p r e s e n t . N ew ark a t th e D u - r ,rr- of the Jlobart-R o c h '’‘t:er lan iv did>n't g r i m loeai g a z e tte- We.i. here ■- Cat H o b a rt. 18 ‘u 7 Now yuu can euiii-et those a r - r . ) .. . . Those who opposed th e Elka c j n t i n u in g p r o b a ll here should rem e m b e r th a t , re ­ gardless o f t h e .calibre o f team tqpesu-e-Carn'Vgie T e ^ h grid d a s h tu r n e d out, rt fu r n ish e s w h o le- tiffs S a tu r d a y . . T h e C o lburn aome e n te r ta i n m e n t ' fo r som e P a r k Skating rin k project i s , 800' people w e ekly ah d is one of nearin g com p letion of g r a d i n g ) t h i s tow n ’, fth e ,t advertising i a n d will be flooded so o n . . . C o t 1 m edium s! ; In tl.e W aterloo gam e the Reds .showed flashes of bril­ lian c e .- b u t lack of experience against a veteran O range and Black five m a d e the difference. Ray Lycn. w ith a display of de­ fensive .sti-efigth u n d e r the v.' I. Ai Pt boards, and G eorge Q u inlin, 76 6 879 50 c o n n e c ting several tim e s from 28 7 4 884 38 all angles for high score, proved 27 15 802 38 the value of th e i r previous var- 29 13 761 37 shy play and w ere the local bul- 24 18 793 33 , w a rk, 23 16 786 31 W aterloo, paced ,by t h e spark- 21 21 876 30 ling faking an d b a il-haw k ing of 19 23 721 29 Capt Jim Seulli, who tied Q u in- 22 .20 814 27 bn for high w ith 15 m a rkers, starred ill” tak in g the leather-off 20 22 869 26 the board on th e ir owtn and 20 19 769 2S Newarkts. -shots-.- AR-'aoifgiT they' 18\ 24 836 26 m ade only as m a n y field goals as 20- 22 635 25 Newark, the desperate play of 17 25 705 20 th e Red rookies drew 19 personal 14 28 770 20 fouls (24 shots) for th e m , of l'j. 24 755 18 wiiich they dropped in 16 to 13 26 689 18 rack up their 14-point w inning 12 24 746 15 m a rgin. 13 26 752 14 Fouls P u t 3 Reds Out Sculli sank 7 out of 10 foul S m i'-i loyj; H o o a rt alu n .n n - , tries an d Milt Jones converted 5 was disappointed th a t eve,, tin* j out' of 6 a 11 f-rnpt s to show super­ kill E.k.- N‘ w .-\ k B o o t t a , C.idi- She I! - Woicott M a rtens .N ew ark H o L’ omu -' . L v o i., E.k, 'W o lcrtt Metcaif*.- W o k -ii’ Ha-vens Newark M a - o n ', O n tario Goetzinau.s 20 22 792 27 S o u r - Bodu Sod u - Lvon, B and P A' !a.. rir.- N'-r’o'i W .C Wiffiom'-'-p Lum-ber O u t.n .o G o lf (.Tab Lyow* Ho.io-v.iy', Wo.'e >tt j-novvay'- cei,t(-i iso d .ts G a s.ditio', on the ■ o n '.ar. > P a r t r r 'a e . lor . kill from the 15-foot m ark. Sum ’.er 'T.-.ni p Pfe M inutolo. and K<-n Huebeler p u t up strong fig h t, lo|- the bail continually, bu’ each com m itted fo u r per- : a n al .fools in th e scram b le and were ejected via th e p e r s o n a l route. V m tue V e lesenti’s usual! accurate, distance s h o t s f a iled to | click but once, a lth o u g h h e ' showed good ju d g m e n t i n w o rk­ ing' th e boil in p a s t th e W a ter- I loo defense. 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