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The herald. (Geneva, N.Y.) 1942-current, April 23, 1942, Image 5

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A| ril 23, 1942 T h e Herald UNION NIPS STATESMEN IN FINAL SECONDS; CORNELL NEXT O r a n g e R a l l y S t o p p e d A s T u n s t a l l A c c o u n t s F o r T h i r d T a l l y o f G a m e B y C h u c k K e e n e W ith tlie ir freshman sensation, B ill i install, flipping in the deciding goal v the clo c k showed only ten seconds ,, g a in in g , U n ion's stickmen handed ( M a r t a 0-5 loss last S a turday mi |;,,,n e l l Field . A final period ra lly ■ . the Statesm e n , which saw th e m tie * , w 'o r e alter trailing 5 - 1 , really gave • , s n h -fre s h m e n cruwd som e thing to , irr ab o u t. B o h Yales, H e r b F itch , ,,'ul K r i c W indm u ller a ll scored m ijiiii succession about h a lt vmv r.ro u g h the final session w h e n _ u ' ,„ked as if th e Deacons w e r e going rep e a t the last second victory they m i s t e r e d over the b a r n c t c a g e r s in •shenecUidy th is winter. A c tio n was relatively light in the ant h a l f due mainly to th e cold weather and high w ind w h ic h _ made dir p a s s in g a n d team w o rk of both Miufits som e w h a t ragged at tim e s . The O range and Purple missed num e rous -lmts dose to the net as they were iiarrassed hy a scrappy U n io n ten. bus R u c k e r t drove hom e the initial imint of the afternoon as he shot one t,y G i l m o r e a f t e r two m inutes a n d fif­ teen seconds o f play. H o w e v e r , the* visitors came hack as \ \ ycko ft tied the c o u n t w it h a shot four m inutes later. T u n s t a l l Scores T h r e e i n th e second period T u u s ta ll scored the firs t of his three goals and U n io n assum e d a lead w h ich they held througho u t m o s t of t h e g a m e . A H o ­ hart g o a l at the end o f the firs t half came a \bout one second too la t e as the w h is tle had just blow n . T h i s left the sco r e at intermission 2-1 in favor ui U n i o n . T h r e e goals were reg istered b y the w inners, in short o r d e r as ^ the* th iid q u a r ter commenced a n d U n io n took a 5-1 lead. W y c k o ff, M a c o m b e r , and l'u n s la ll each contributed one o f the trie» f o r the* ( Jarnet. R e fusing t< >_ g iv e tip, F lo b a r t came hack w ith f u r y in th e final setto as W in d m u lle r scored sh o r tly after entering the m im e . Yates added bis one point a f t e r som e clever solo m a n e u v e rin g before h it c h ta l l i e d hy p u s h in g in a n e a t h a c k - h a n d e r , , a n d W in d m u lle r tire d a g a in fro m d o s e ran g e . W ith th e stands in a n u p r o a r , T u n s ta ll calm ly d r o v e hom e tire d e c id in g tally to clinch th e u * r - ilic t . R o g e rs S p a rks A t t a c k O n e player on each team stood o u t fa r ahead o f the others. I'<>r t h e v is it ­ ors, T u n s t a ll appeared to he one <>t the smoothest and classiest stick h a n ­ d le r s to dig his c le a t ' in to B o s w e ll F i e l d in some time. H is passing a n d sh o o tin g ability were a treat to wutcn, w h ile his defensive tactics le f t imthins; t . » b e desired. In the O ran g e a n d P u r - jd c line-up Boh Rogers at rentei d id a vet Milan's job as h e bow ed out **t F l o b a r t in a rem arkable exh ib itio n ot aggressiveness and lacrosse w i/a t d r y . F l i s departure will leave a sad g a p in th e local line-up. P in t-sized F u io t l o f U n io n also playetl a superb game a s h e annoyed the losers no end w ith his h a ll-s t e a lin g ability. Su m m a r ies: A FAMILIAR SCENE TO WITNESSES OF SATURDAY’S SETBACK As Statesm e n A b s o r b Initial D e f e a t o f L a c r o s s e C a m p a ign, N u m e rous S h o t s W e r e N a r r o w ly M iss e d a s P la y Centered i n U n io n T e r rito r y . H e r b F itc h . (W i t h B a ll A b o v e ) C u ts Behind Goal in O n e o f M a n y A tte m p ts t o Set U p M u c h Needed Scores. U n i o n T o o k Lone P o i n t W in in Last 1 5 Seconds.— (Photo by H o lto n > N e u trals Take S o f t b a ll Posts B e s w ick , B e r t i n o Get H u r lin g Nods O n “ H e r a ld” A ll-S t a r s ; Kappa S i g s , P h i Phis G e t 3 Phi Phis, K a p p a Sigs Gain Finals W ith Wins Over D .P.O ., K a p p a A lp h a G P U P II) 2 1) U 2 A 1 A O H I H U N I O N ( nliin >re Knxtice X c t lu ik c r W y c k o f f C n ix tens B o c k Tun s tall P a n o lt I.a P a n n M a c o n ib e r H O B A R T K l l i s S t i l e s C a r t e r B e i n e r t R u c k e r t R< igeix Y V e b e r Y 'a n Ingen V a l e s I ' i tc li Substitutions: H o b a r t : Yan D e u s e n H a t s e ll, W iiu lin u ller. U n io n : Klam a iv U n i o n scoring: Vvyckntf 5, M a c o n iber 1. . , Ilo b a r t scoring: AY m d n iu lle r l* i t i l l 1, R u c k e rt 1, Y a te s 1. O f f ic ia ls : M a rlin (S y r a c u s e ! re t - e r e e ; B r o w n (S y r a c u s e ) ju d g e - n t - p lay. S te r tzer, Koni'tal ( N e u t r a ls 1— lh Grassi ( N e u t r a l s ) — 2b K im b a ll ( P h i P h i D e l t a i - A h Purus (Phi Phi D e l l a ) — v> Y a k s (K a p p a S ig m a )—sf K u lil ( N e u t r a l s ) — If _ Keene (N e u t r a l s ) — cf Knapp (K a p p a S i g m a ) - r f Knell (K a p u a S ig m a )—c Beswick (P h i P h i D e lta)— p Bertino (D e l t a P s i ( hnega ) -|» H o n o ra b le m e n tion: F lo r in . Mm *- rissim, S e o t t , H o p p e r, W illia m s o n .' K .il>bm. B m e k w a y . liergcu, H e a th. Ulurew. Hart. Kninums, M a r k a m . Divided alm o st evenly am o n g the tup three teams in intram u ral play | (his rear, the H u r u .n 'x A ll-S t a r In-j trann'iral Softball Team boasts a uealth of p n \\ er at the plate a s well as ■ the m itstandiiig hattenes and fielding aces who cavorted mi the 1* >eal ilia - 1 im md. T h e N e u tr a l Body garnered four choices, the Kappa S ig m a and P h i Phi I h d ta squads three each, and the Delta P s i O m e g a miUit followed w ith one. T w o pitchers were selected fo r the f ir s t team due to the outstand­ ing iicrform a n ies of both T>oh I’es- w iek and J o e B e rtino. \lth*>ugh the latter fa ile d to w in a start, h e pitched excellent h a ll in the face o f flimsy i support. I I.n\ K o n e f a l nipped W ill F T win tor I the first base position while FM Grassi was m o ved from his usual short stop position to till a gap at second base. , B o h B u rn s and D ick K im b a ll w e re 'unanim o u s choices to complete tlie i n ­ field. T h e X Y u tr a ls added tw o more representatives as Ivy kuld a n d I lm ck Keene w o n the left and center field p o ­ sitions respectively. Burt K n a p p w a s moved t o rig h t field and R o b Aates captured the rover position In o r d e r to he eligible, players had to compete in a good share of theit team's g a m e s . Choices were made by a selected group o f students who have followed thc* leagues closely, and w e re based o n both hitting a n d fielding i abilitv in a l l instances. B y Ed B r a c k e r B y scoring convincing victories o v e r tlieir opponents yesterday, Phi P h i D e lta and K a p p a S ig m a earned the rig h t to meet for th e softball cham p io n ship. Kappa Alpha and Delta P s i Omega were th e losers in these respective tilts. R H E P h i P h i D e lta ... DJ2721I)— 14 Ik 1 K a p p a A lpha ... t>(H)(lil2ii— 2 5 (> B e s w ick and H e a t h : M o r r is o n and B r o c k w a v . R H E D e l t a Psi Omega -2(in2i)(ii>— 4 (j <» K a p p a Sigm a ... 4125N ()x— 20 la o Ik rtino ami M o r u l l . T a t e (in: i B e r g e n and Km'h. D u r in g the past w e e k K a p p a A lpha and the Neutral B ’ s scored victories' in th e intramural softball loops. P la y - I in g during Monday s rain, the I v A. i~> I w o n tlieir second straig h t gam e at thc* | e x p e n s e of the C o m m o n s Club. ; W i t h In>th squads ch a lkin g up liu m c r - , o ils errors due to the slippery cm idi- tii ni of the diam o n d , the victors fin a lly 1 w o n out hy knocking in several ru n s on long Icise hits Boh Kntnmns an « l AA a r r c ii W illiam s form e d the b a tte r y , fo r the I'U N w h ile Rog Frost a n d ' B i l l Brockway were th e w h in e r s ’ pitcher-catcher com b ination . It took the N e u tr a l IVs nine innin g s to heat D e lta l ’si O m e g a last T h u r s ­ d a y . S-(i. Tin victors, w h o u s u a lly display a strong defense, were g u ilty o f nine misctii's w h ic h le t in several B I S O R A N G E F R O S H T R I P H O B A R T , I 0 - + H o b a r t’s frosh lacrossmen stepped out o n the w i'i mg foot T u e s d a y a f t e r ­ noon as they dropped th e ir fir s t s tart, 10-4. to the Syracuse y e a r lin g s h e r e mi B o s w e ll Field. T h e first half shaped up as a. pretty- even affair with Syracuse h o lin g a 3 —2 m idw a y edge. T h e Statesmen’s defense seemed\ to melt a little , however, as the invaders tossed in seven b i g tallies in th e last tw o stanzas. C o o n e r ty , Armstrong. Z o r n o w , an d W e lch F a c e C o r n e l ! T o m o r r o w In I t h a c a B a t t l e ; L o c a l s P l a y U n d e r d o g R o l e B y C h u c k Keene Coach B a b e K r a u s ’ lacrosse w a r ­ riors lake to the road this week-end for their o n ly out-of-tow n game o n the schedule. Boasting tw o \vins_ in three starts a s they head in t o the fin a l half of t h e season, the H o b a r t repre­ sentatives w i l l attem p t to regain th e ir winning w a y s as th e y tackle the B i g Red of C o r n e ll h ig h above Cayuga’s waters. I t is expected th a t a g o o d share of O ran g e and P u rp le rooters will follow tlie tea m to Ith a c a as a n item for c e le h r a t io iw k th e S p r in g AVeek-Knd calen d a r, Minus t h e services of B o b b y R o g e rs, the local stick wielders w i l l have< a tough tim e i n guest of t h e ir third^ v i c ­ tory of th e cu r ren t campaign. S t r ic t attention is also being paid t o strength­ ening th e defense during this week’ s drills on S o u th F ie ld . Sam e Lineup Likely N o m a jo r changes are expected in the local line-up, b u t there is a possi­ bility t h a t E r i c A Y indm u ller may c r a c k the starting ten in place of fd l o w - daxsman J a c k A 'an Ingen. W in d m u l­ ler’s w o r k i n last week’s entanglem e n t with U n io n certainly w a rrants h i m consideration for the position. Bob B e in e r t a n d Gus R u c k e rt w a ll probable be at th e two defense posts hacked b y B i l l S tiles and D a v e C a r t e r at point a n d cover-point respectively. Cotton YVeber and e ith e r W in d m u l- ler or V a n Ingen look l i k e the a t t a c k men w it h B o b Y a te s and Herb F i t c h cavorting; u p around the Cornell n e t s . Jini E l l i s w i l l g e t the n o d as g o a l i e \in all p r o b a b ility . In th e event o f a retu rn t o fo r m , the Orange a n d Purple could m a k e it tough lor C o r ­ nell, a lth o u g h th e Ithacans may be favorites. 'Cured for the losers. S u m m a r y : H o b a r t Frosh (4 ) S y r , F r o s h ( 1 0 ) i W illiam s U 1 .oyeland Kiebala P M a y m ' Rogers C P H u c k ins 11 nun's 11) Ergm a n H a r t 2D U r a m p t m i Zurniivv C AA’alridge A rm s trong 2A B a r k X e \ \ man l . \ M a g e r W e lch O H U< fits Ui k Wll'l'lY I I I IM Ms AA'clch. Xnrnniv, S c o ring: Hobart: C«»onerty, A rm s tr o n g . Syracuse: AATmdworth 4, YA a lridgc 2 . Units 2, F a g a n . M a g a r . S u b s titutions: H o b a r t : C h u rch. B r o w e r . Fcenian, K livel 1. R«.seuthal. Syracuse: E a g a n, AA'< m d iv o rth, Basye. Bak. M u r p h y . unearned Delta P d O m e g a ru n s . AA ith the M-ore k n o tte d a t 5-5 in t b e sev enth, the tv\\ team s played mi e v e n term s until the n in t h inning when a fn iir-ru ii npiisine gave th e game t n th e Neutrals. A l U h e rew and D a v e K a p la n were th e w inning b a tt e r y , w h ile for the U s e r s it w a s Jue B e r - tin * > pitching w ith H a r v e y Moral be-j S c o re b y Periods: h in d the plate. ^ H o b a r t ..................... i In a m m -lcague game, the N e u t r a l Syracuse ........... i B ’s heat m it the Com m o n s Uluh 7 —5 , Officials: I.iim a n , R e feree • if p la y . A h raha.n i, Judge 1 1 1 2 - 4 -10 H ill S e n i o r s A n n e x C l a s s H o n o r s o n B o w l i n g D r i v e s A n n u a l b o w lin g activities were c o n ­ cluded la s t w e e k by A V illiam S m i t h students \x hen the Seniors an n e x e d the In te r -C la s s Tournam e n t. M a r i a n Kasim i chalked up the best in d iv id u a l perform a n c e fo r the w inning o u t f i t which included. Jean jReber, C a r o l AA’eatherly- and Jean Peyser. M ille r H o u s e captured the In t e r - Hotise title d u r in g the previous w e e k when a scjuad composed of Rcher, A al G a rcey, P a t r ic ia M a r t in and M i m i Rahcn lopped th e field w ith the T o w n Girls finixdiing second. .M a rtha Haussmann accounted Tor the best S'ingle game score during; the season recently concluded. Raben w o n in th e race fo r the highest cam p a ign average. In H i l l ping- pong, _ Janet A r t h u r took th e finals w ith a w in over M a r i a n Conradi while singles com p etition in badm inton has narrow e d to a r a c e be­ tween C a th e r in e Ixirchner and P e g g y M o n tgom e ry. ALE XEGAL BEVERAGES ICashong Inn DAWCING EVERY NIGHT 5 miles South on Seneca Xake F I N G E R L A K E S P H O N O G R A P H C O . M a c h i n e s R e n t e d F o r P r i v a t e P a r t i e s THE J. W. SMITH DRY GOODS CO GENEVA’S GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE Tunstall E. J . 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