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NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER-12,-1940 SEVEN it-\' Ki » >i -I'. -no:; • uuot) from P a g e Six) ■ .ir < took 4 from P a r - ; ,1’u.s A tlatuics did the [y e n s W itt’s, Sociu^ from G a u d inos, and rwpppd th r e e from ■ ways. v niuht Elks travel to , u\.‘ Nortons, to whom love about 22 pins, .• . f t B&P at Sodus oil .•n terms, Bilottas , Partridges here and ■ them about 110 pins. . w a y s roll Gaudtocis- forced to give them- i - mis bn th e handicap . ridings: 'Is u.Iotta-s ’■!• u'tctls iiolioways ,1 i-ons ; i n ties Metcalfs . , 'Ul’.S ;; -ctzmans -Livens .. r!\ P .\iS ■ .n Lumber 'Mil Club- I . nvays ’.-..lewa.ys Partridges • -dmos . Av. P t 877 54 807 46 889 44 ’ 765 40 i 790 39 I 801 39 . 818 34 ! 774 34 > 848 33 i 841 33 i 795 32 1 722 32 i 811 30 5 63.7 25 5 707 24, I 774 .22 }' 758 19 1 691 12' 0 754 37 2 745 16 Bilotta Quint Set To Start Play at Newark Bilottas, local -semi- pro basketball club tyill open play this Sunday., Dec. 15, when they invade Corning for a tilt w ith the Corning. Driscolls, ru n ­ ners-up last year for th e South-1 ■em Tier pro cham p ionship, a c - : cording', to Neil Baroody,. local1 team m anager. The gam e w ill; ■be staged in the C jrr.iiig Glass- Work.- M em orial Gym. The Bilotta roster will include such form er scholastic standout, cagers as ' H a rry VandeM ortei, Bob Shaeffer,, Tom S m a r t, Lou; and Frankie Gravino, Frank Eohman,. -Ray DePamv. Bill Mc- Millin, -and will be led by D ick’ W a shburn, assistan t NHS coach an d form er Colgate hpopster. The Corning five, w h ich won over R o c h ester Seagram s once- last year, -includes ‘-'Pic” T u re-; von, Colgate varsity cap tain in: 1938;. Lee Adriance, four-year jletterm a n at. W e stern M a rylaftd; Dick Riffle, form e r football sta f a t Albright College who played on th e A il-East team under Andy K e rr in 1938- a n d is now, w ith th e P h iladelphia Eagles g r id pros; Red Sim o n son, high scorer iii th e NYP league last, season; and Sam m y Force, -coach of the A thens M aids, 1939 cham p s of th e N. Y. G irls’ Soft­ ball Tourney in R o c h e s ter and form er all-sectional schoolboy .guard. o— ^ — Be a Booster. Help yourself an d Newark by supporting the i N ewark Com m u n ity C e n te r. Join . y o u rself an d give a m em b e rship to some deserving youngster. rf is'ifs.-ir -111 , < I Si M■ « U.itM * i ■ i k !lW iu's ;ly: (C o n tinued from Page Six) waged rough, an d -again was given two free trie s a n d m a d e both. B u t it was one counter short a n d . Seh-roedef’s long h e a v e .w e n t Wide as th e final h o r n blasted. W M v t (4»> i - u . k s s 1 o ,! V l i v h . r f 4 3, tV .1 (l II ' e f t v . r f II n ll <»' 2 JJ^nuiti'l.Vf 1 «» 2 2 1 ;i Siinih-rniTu’ 1 S Ii L’ 1 ;V ■*%«,lm>t*«!‘ivi-ff I? •** I\ 1 u S Lmlu iff.lff (» i 1 |-H o r » . lf f 2 0 4 lV i > p r r , ! f f IV 1 7 T o t.p i* 18 4 4.0 T o tal.* H a j f - u i n t * st'iH 't*-- KI k s 21?. Y;ati- Kei-s I'.i, <• 1 1 tl1 o f r e g u l a t i o n ff.um * - V a ii;Ut*f.s 36. K IU s 3,0. r.efe't'fe. U.vk«*i\; In th e prelim th e new S ta te School M en’s Club won a well- played -contest over C lifton Springs, 39-24, w ith F r a n k C o r thals a n d K e n Dey scoring high. T h e H illm e n will m eet an R o c h e s ter Celtics, a t 7:30 this S a tu r d a y . J l . C l . l l t S I 'l i l N U S <244 O P T O P T a •_> x f i - n v n s . r f 2 i 0 i) u 4 h t * H i a n .r f li 0 a 2 a I . l o n e * .i f 1 a 2 -1 a 2 I>a s K m 'n t * ‘ I f a 0 (l 8 0 6 ' »*t raii«l«T ,c I O' 2 1, o 8 Dunnhiff.v 1 \ 8 2 2 t>: S a n f o r d . r , g 5 2 12 V fi'lio v 1 n * a u -\ Iff a a o G n r th a ls.r-f S rna;rt,lf Warren, If S liaoffar.c K .I)ey e Ta.ylor.rgf K r e b e g k s .lff T o t a l s 17 5 3i>j T o t a l s la 1 21 H a l f - t i m e * c o p e ~ - M e u ‘s t ’lul> ly, C l i f t o n S p r i n g s 16; r e f e r e e , J. c j r a - v ih o . ~ - 0 — - Every fa r m e r know s t h e value of a farm shop, an d Cornell bulletin E-108 tells how to -plan an d to m a k e one. Single copies, -are free to New York. S tate /resid e n ts w h o w rite to th e New 'Y o r k S t a te College of A g ricul­ tu r e a t Ith a c a , New York. High 10 Scorers in Combined Circuit T h ree N e w a rk H igh eagers moved in am o n g th e high- io -scorers of th e W a y n e -Finger Lakes League th is week, gaining the -honor spots as th e Reds edged out a- 2 - p o int victory o^.ef -Lyons. George Q u inlin coasted -along by adding only 3 p o ints an d .slipped to fo u r th in gam e averages,, while S u m n e r M u n n ■and J im H a r t each racked up 13 to become 6th and 1.0th, respec­ tively. G eorge R a ines, C a n a n ­ daigua stalw a rt, . c o n tinued to lead as he h i t U m a r k e r s and kept his game- a v erage well over 11 points a game. T h is Friday the clean slates of C a n a n d a igua ancTMyncler.se bid fair to rem a in unscarred, as th e Cans take- o n -the scrappy b u t inexperienced Palm y ras, and: M y n d erse bucks Lyons, w h ich lacks th e size to- overcom e th e i r bulk, Newark an d Clyde, t-ied. .'in' th e W ayne chtise, tangle in a tossup, while G e n e v a e n te r ta in s a fast im p roving P e n n Y a h q u in t w h ich should wiji. . H igh 10 scorers, based on .game averages to date, are; g f f f f t to a v i \ U a i n e s , .C iin a t i(iiiij£ U { i 4 , 1 8 li 4.\* 11.2: H c u l l i , W a t e r l o o . . . . Ii 15 14 44 D. S t o p f e l . C l y d e . . 4 16 3 35 Q u i n l i n , N e w a r k . . . 4 15 4 IH ,W h i t a k e r . I V i i n V a n I? H» f» 2'* ,S. M u n n . N e w a r k .. 4 14 4 32 K o v v e r y , tle n e v a . . . v 3 8 7 23 ’( ’ h . r irttia n W a t e r l o o * 1‘‘ 13 V W a r n e v , P a l m y r a . , 3 8 6 22 T. H a r t . N V w u r k . . . 3 in 1 2 L O per- it looks, very m u c h like a: Cly.de tvig-ht . . .' Lyons h a s a Cliff G a n n e tt, a tran s f e r from New York. City ineligible until th e second sem ester,, whoin- Coaeh E l Atwood is groom ing as his “surprise s t a r ” for th a t s e c - , o n d - h a lf W ayne league d r i v e . . . ] Tony M uscolino, blocking b a c k 1 for .the U. S. M arine C o rps team a t Q u a n tico, Va„ booted five’ perfect ex tr a - p o in t p lacem e n ts and ra n -over an o th e r .point a f t ­ e r touchdow n a s th e L e a th e r ­ necks rom p e d over S h e p h a rd S tate T e a c h e rs, 42-7, -recently. Tony w a s given a 'n i c e plug for his good, w o rk in th e M a rine Corpr’ m o n thly m a g a z ine, for Which a l l his Newark f r ien d s are ihappy . . Joe 'Gravino',, a vol­ unteer\ for arm y ' train i n g , has- fbeefi d e f e r r e d until' J a n u a r y an d will aid B ilo ttas for a n o th e r m o n th in th e ir drive fo r th e W ayne bowling p e n n a n t . . , The C o lburn P a r k ice rin k , a l ­ though n o t officially opened, is being, used d a ily by a h o s t of local sk a ters , . . Archie P e tty, !an Plks sub last week, is coach a t W a lw o rth High. 32 pins a gam e anil s t ill took t h e first two. lines an d m a tch total by fairly good margins. The Towners copped the third gam e by 15. Chuck; Cadey s e t t h e J&P pace w ith 537 and, Bill Perduyn’.s 503 was high- for th e M arions. tje * * IN TH E o th e r league contest J& P W h o le salers sw e p t 4f p o ints [ f r o m Pi-llroljers, using Va LQ1 ' h a n d ic a p to Win by larg e m a r ­ gins. B u d W e a g h e ’s 480 w a s best for th e victors. While D r, Jake S ir k in sh o tted m a r k e d im p rove­ m e n t on th e slides fo r 180-173- j 159 .and 512 t b lead -the Fillm e n . i T e a m sta n d in g s and, averages1 are; W L Av. P t. C o u riers ................... 25 11 860 34 Ruffalo\s Truckers. 22 17 759 33 C lyde Roys ...... , . , 20 16 742 27 M a rioh Tow n ers .. 19 20 713 26; J& P W h o le salers .. 19- 2Cf 643 23 J& P R e tailers J4 22 729 19 A rcadia Oilers . . . 13 23 693 i6 Pillrollers .. .. . . . . 13 20 717 15 - O ------- :—- chopped candied orange peel oi eggs and\ sausage cakes ^wheii citron. Serve w ith scrambled, break-fast is -late a n d lieSffrely. * 8.8 8.3 8 7.G \.4 7.3 7 B o w l i n g N o t e s (C o n tinued from P a g e Six) - O ilers’ 23 handicap, w ith Spies’ 533 lead in g th e way. B e fnie A rm itage h a d 453 as b e s t f o r t h e A rcadians. J& P R e tailers sp o tted M a r­ io n ’s pin - p ick e r s a n a v e r a g e o f Pigeons Take hong Trek \Woodsmen who traveled, far to jo i n th e arm y forestry u n its in I M e lbourne, A u s tralia, took, h o m ­ ing pigeons to carry to th e i r fam ilies\ messages\ saying w h e th ­ e r th e y h a d b e e n -accepted, for service. K)— F e s tive coffee cake for holiday b r e k f a s t s Is qifick co f fee' c a k e sp r e a d w ith th i n confectioners’ su g a r icing, a n d sprinkled w ith WITHOUT DELAY, EMBARRASSMENT OR COMPLICATED DETAILS! If y o n need, money it wilhbe a pleasant surprise to find how smoothly and simply cash can be obtained here. There is no lengthy procedure involved . . , it w ill take but a few minutes o f yout time t o arrange for a loan. N o credit in­ quiries; are made of friends, relatives or your employer. T ty this fast, friendly service. Gome in or ’phone. AUTO.. SIGNATURE AND PERSONAL LOANS UP TO $300 UPSTATE PERSONAL LOAN CORP. Phone- 9 2 1 1 Over Fishman’s\ A,’\ 1 2 2 S. Main S t. Newark N. Yd Play and By-Play (Continued from Pane Six) field-goa-1 m argin, w h e n L y o n s] invades th e ir larg e r c o u r t . ,. J We hesitate to predict t h e N e w -: ark-C lyde outcom e , b u t o n p a - ^ f SISTER ^ o R ^ D ? A > 0 t O R ^ H D N \ A ^ ^ * ^ ■; ' ^ f a t h e r > b r o t h e r I * C O U S I N ‘ m v i i i v n v iD if m £ M M [ l l IT Y O U G E T B I G G E R A S S O R T M E N T ^ ^ F I I ^ / Q U A L I T Y . . F A R B E T T E R V A L U E S ! Hew T a n k Model H aw thorne F u l l y Equipped! DeLuxe models for boys and girls —w ith all,: th o s e extra, features th e y want in t h e ir C h r ist- 1 mas bike! T h e stream lined tank fits p e r f e c t ly ! in the sturdy double-bar fram e ; the lu g g a g e car­ rier, chain guard, b ig D e lta headlight . . . these are features you’d expect to cost m u ch m o r s! C h o ic e o f latest autom o b ile colors! H u r r y ! 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Deep glowing col­ ors. Real weight and Size! Pretty enough for company! 2 big 22 x 44 to wels with 2 match­ ing cloths. Xmas-boxed, Bell Ringer Value ! Lady Pautios Sensational a t . ■ Lace . . . lots of lace, on legs of the finest panties ever saw at this price! both yon iggyg ■ K \ G ive a ChfrSimds Giff Coupon ” 1 ’ Book-, -yoillljcan; b u y lf f v: fpr'cash-or on our w< . . Poym e n f Plan.

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