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r* EDDIE ZALENSKI, Sports Editor ENDICOTT, N. Y„ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1938 Pfice Sever Orange Tornado.V^jlJ Shoot Works' Against Ithaca Friday Rolls John Kvasny, Stors 0/ Sour/Vs Leoc/ingf GrW .I/jBWflij^^ , fie for Top 4 Clean-up «aaji l ' i Rf6r \Drake's Grill, A( Liddington, narrowly missed bowling himself into the h»ll of famo this week when he scored,* 299 in th e Endlcott City bfwlmg league. Hell receive a s.frv** medat'frorh th e American Btfwjin* qongrew. ;M!cha«ti had high .three-game i£fe 'wift 642, Sally's Kitchen ato'n fhrie and broke the first falac'e deadlock with Rudolph's Efticott City League Scores: • ^ WW. Saiiy-a-Kllcbon 14 Rudolph's Jewolers ...I S Endlcott KMU . . .1) 7 611 McCorroack's .11 7 611 Drakes drill . . 9 9 SOI Endtcet t Uons . . 7 11 .38! Maaio City Ice 6 12 3.13 Valletta.'*' Service 1 17 '* 6 R »j5V» <*\ rl (0> wndbtoom 1S< Z1S 155 6J4 . - ls»--}6* -200\ S1TT 171 170 159 500 119 102 148 m 177 MJ 16S G3( 799 1041 y;< Mayors . A/idma . \. Llddlnjton • T»l*W NsCqrmsck 'i (3) ScfccKPl li s lgj rlobblo lit 187 MtebaeU 201 St£0 Verno 203 tU J Ropko 187 MS ..Total* ... 979 1016 1001 3025 Endlcott Moose (Z) Veiuror . 172 171 149 492 MftRorie 179 17S 203 r .S5 BVanH 193 192 183 6CS Itutan 206 223 194 623 Wood ICS 190 214 6 69 on the East. Boston College and Unbeaten teams Mich will risk m m mm W. L. Pet . 4 778 6 722 (>y Trawradie Press) 0 Two undefeated team* will risk their perfect records tomorrow as traditional clashes will turn the Armistice da; gridiron spotlight \ - - - • • - •• • Texas Tech aro the two major their records against formidable foes. \Gloomy Gil\ Dobio's strong Boston College team is fa­ vored to defeat its home town rival, Boston University Dobic uncovered a sensational sopho­ more back, 'Charlie O'Rourkc, against Indiana last week, and the new triple-threater should load Boston College to victory The travel-minded Texas Tech team has rollwl up seven straight victories this season. The Texans are favored to make Gonzaga their eighth victim. With onl> two more games to play. Coach Pete Cawthorne's eleven probablj will finish the season undefeated if it hurdles Gonzaga. Powerful Holy Cross will en­ counter Bruwn -and* Andy-Kerr'a -Colgate—Bed Raiders will meet Total\ MiVe C|ty ree {1> CrOni? . . 166 91S 949 913 2807 Hctherton Wolfo .... Thayer T'jjjptal* > WU««l »4i'« (I) Ri ^acet Terry Msiconl sii3iu» Porte r . Blind . Total* Ltens Club (1) Mitchell ROborta ,. Thorp e . Hartman Forrls. 209 186 003 189 188 149 III 160 167 501 122 ssn 186 653 161 MS 161 613 943 8pp 889 2692 161 ana 17S 111 160 1(0 170 171 US 166 602 201 677 198 644 163 6S9 189 379 . 160 900 888 916 2704 iso m 16* 224 188 166 171 117 176 186 633 •1*9 628 198 60S Total* ...... »M 8*0 897 2687 Sally's Kitchen (3) Chipper . . 114 . 148 342 Dennis . .. 130 148 278 PsMUks, .... 216 163 178 667 Karl ... 134 178 1 65 557 Caforla . 166 156 192 5i>4 MVHOpko 142 169 311 Totals .. Valletta's (0) C138rff <t,> J 930 787 852 2669 Taking It EW • B y Kd 2alenikF^~ Wa eWt -feel too bad about I ait Saturdiy'B -disaster!\ after taking a look »t,*flnie, oI 0,0 Pre­ dictions made by many \experts.\ f) Some of the mainstays of the Sooth's, leading elevens which will meet on the gridirons Saturday ars -Hubert, MlUor. Clemson tackle, Paul Spencer. Alabama fullback, and Mai Morgan. Auburn center Clemson plays Kentucky Alabama battles Georgia Tech and Auburn collides- -with- Louisiana Stfite. ^ . — •--^ - I ' •' - 1 i- '' • - • • Coast Fighting Prospects Meet Jn.'&ig'.Test • Bollywood, Calif, T P — Two young California heavyweights who were once believed headed for'the fisilc' heights will meet tonight witH each undertaking a eoi«ebnek.-Bob Nestell, who was hailed a year ago as \a second Gene Tunney\ will swap punches with Sonny Boy Walker over the iO-rouiii 1 route. \ Nestell made a meteoric ap­ pearance on the cauliflower hori­ zon iV 1937 scoring a dozen straight knockouts and stopping such veteran heavies as King Levinsky and Lejs Ramage. Tho 23-year-old \NestelPs ' star, sud­ denly declined, however, when hq was beaten by Bob Pastor and Maxief RdsenbToom and knocked out by Lou Nova and Churck Crewell.- •»« v ^alkor made a similar brilliant fitat^ f only to hit^a ^^°J^!?!i- Hutson Best t Pass Catcher By JOHN REDDY Transradlo Sports \Vriter • The former Alabama, star, Don Hutson, Green Bay Packers, is running wild in the National Pro fotball league ' ' S't'at'i sties of th e Natfonal league show that Don has equalled hh\.1937 mark of scoring nine touchdowns in one season. He ap­ pears to be headed fojf new ^rec­ ords in point scoring, pass-catch­ ing, and yards gained from pass­ ing. Hutson has caught 29 passes this season for a grand total of 607 yards find 6G points—and he still ha s two games to go. The brilliant end, who grabbed Dixie Howell's passes all over the Rose Bowl turf one memorable aftcr- noqn to (end Alabama to asweep.- ing triumph over Stanford,\ Has a wido lead in the pro league in SCOTlflg. Hlltsoh's SfTpolhtSTglveS him an edge of 11 points over his\ teammate. Clarke Wnkle .of Green rocket back ' up. s again aftbr Friday's ana 'Saturday's games. •Here's our predictions |his California .over Oregon, Alfred ^&%*^lG*rt*j$. fecit Ster DiKmesme^ChJcago over College of Dartmouth ,over Cornell, Tulsa ov^Dcake,-Aforth Carolina 5ta r e ovar-.Datrolt; Florida-over Mary- linH'r' ^orilham ovar North CftiroHpa. T -'Jna)iaoii.,,CUjr over. .Mprris^ilje, Bidghamton North overs-Walton, UiuonrEhdicott over.Jthaca, Binx- ha ^ritorr'. Central V'^'N .awlfUTga, Kansas-* over George \Washingtori AlibamA , over. Gtorttia T^ch, Hfrvar/roVeVi Virgipla, XdSff oy«r ^hlhrMn Tl3^, QWo State over.^llllnola; vlQwa,.oVer Indiana) Iowa Stato over, Kansas Stjjit<e, Clemson over' Kentucky, Louisiana State over Auburn. Michigan State -oyer, Marquette. - Northwestern over..jsUch|gan, Pitt over Nebraska, jMinr^Hipta r pve).'. Notre Dame, Oklahoma ...over\ Missouri. Stanford over Oregon State, Penn over Penh State, Yale over Princeton, ^afayette. over Rutgers. ' tSputhem MathoqVft. Q^y Arkanaas, Duke r qyfnr ^Sn»c^, S ^'^CTfela^ ?! ? Fc T fr ^^^nfl?; Ttonesiee over Vandorbilt, Soi CaJffQTnJf\ ovist \\yYasWAgton,' Gjergetown ovei' Vjoini) Virginia' anf South Carolina over Furman. Bay. Despite his brilliant pns?- snatcbing, Hutson trailg paynell Tinsloy, Chicago Cardinals.' Tins- ley has hooked 31 passes to Hut- son's 29—but tho former Louisi­ ana State star has failed to .tally a singto. 'fpuchdown while\' Don has turned nine of hi s receptions into touchdowns. t^hrnonl;* Rams' Star, Outot, Carolina Game • New York, \ TP^-Fprdham's sophomore baUrcarryiiur 'star, Len Eshmont, will be unable to sec ac'Udn' \against North Carolina Saturday. Coach Jim Crowley kept ( Esh- mont out of scrimmage yester­ day, and. jaid that the> sophomore (lash had an injured '.Taice that would keep him on the lideJines against North Carolina. , Crowley said that Fordham had been hit bv tpc worst Injury lague since 1934 and that center ua DeFillipo an.du hisa understudy. • Alfred University's Saxon eleven will stop in Endlcott Friday morning on its way to Hempstead. L. !„ where they will battle Hofstra College in the final game of the season. The Saxoni, headed by Bob Glynn, star halfback and former U.-E. trridder, will workout at En-Joie field for about one hour, some­ time before noon. 4Sp*olal to Th» BulHtln) - 6. Alfred — With Bob Glvnn. speedy halfback, back in form after being held in check with an injured knee, the Alfred Univer­ sity eleven expects to return to the victory column Saturday when it battles Hofstra College at Hempstead, L. I It will be the last game of the season for both. After chalking up 11 victories without a defeat last year and early tlus season, the Saxons dropped games to St. Lawrence and Clarkson. Hofstra's Flying Dutchmen are supposed to have a strong team. Head Coach Alex Yunevlch plans some shifts in the lineup because of injuries. Art Argyros, an end, will probably be re­ placed by either Phil Greenman or Stan Gutheinz. Harold Routt\ will -alternate with Angela Bosco and Harceljo Rnllery at the right guard; post with Dick Callista at left guard and Harold Edleson at center Johnny Halpin will be a t right ond with Bob Eschbach, Billy Riley, Al Katz or Greenman at the tackle posts. Larry Bizet will pair with Glynn at the halfback posts with Capt. Walt Gardner at fullback and Artie Tower at quarter Seek New Cogch f) Wooater, O., TP—The athletic board of Wposter college Was In the market today for a now bead football coach. The present conch and athletlo dlrecteY, L. C. Boles, announced that h« Will end his coaching duties with the close of the season. Boles aald he Intends to remain as athletic director. Hockey Clashes • New York. TP—Red Dutton's range Tornado Eleven ~ofie^Eig\year. The 21i ? y4dr-6ltl heavyweight i, b£at Woh well known nngmen as Tommy Xough- ran'^ 1 \Andre\'. LeiSglet * and Eddio SImms, before being knocked out by Jack Roper and Nestell New York University in the two biggest games in the East. Holy Cross has been gathering momen­ tum since a one-point defeat by Carnegie Tech and the Crusaders now have one of the most power­ ful offenses in tho nation. They should continue their touchdown capers against Brown. Colgate will clash with New York University at Yankee stadi­ um in the \rubber game\ of a series which began in 1921. Each team has won three games and two contests have ended in ties in the nine-year rivalry. In other leading Eastern games. Catholic University looks like a Stand-off against Miami, and the PrevidencarRhod'e Island State batUo also looms as a toss-up. The Citadel shoufd beat Ogle­ thorpe and Richmond is given an edge' over Virginia Poly in games down South. Oklahoma A. and il. should get back into the victory column against Oklahoma' City in a Missouri Valley game. Once- beaten Paylor from the South­ west conference will journey to the Pacific coaast to meet Loyola of Los Angeles. Tom Lieb 's Loyola eleven wifl give the Texas team a hard fight if It can corral slippery Billy Patterson. Germany Has New Concrete Speedway 0 Berlin, Citrm.iny A TP—The European automobile speed cham­ pion, Rudolf .Caracclola, predict­ ed today that «,!! future attempts to set new speed records would be made on. the new motor road near Dessau, Germany (Tantcclola arrived in Berlin after oj trial drive on the new highway- He said Its wide, :Hew_Yjjrk^eri£to^^ with the Detroit Red Wings and Wijriir -TgruCTete ww*-* tho Toronto Maple Leafs, will op­ pose the Montreal Canadiens In the National Hockey league to­ night Biioerior to the salt of Bonne­ ville, salt flats in Utah. Tho npw highway runs straight for eight kilometers and Is 27 meters wide • Chktgp,.l|L, TI?—The \Grand Old wEiuV'oQf Midwest football, Amos ,A)onzo, Stagg, returns to Chicago ; 'today for tho first time since he went to tho College of pis LOt Asei' IIIIJJW ai| m UIIUUJI.UU;. ^ack Haggcrty, were both injured and would probably not ho able to get into tho game. Galen to flurls. j^Vf Challenge f Y^afhington. D. C TP—\Two on\ Tony Gplcnto ofTiclaJJy challenged. Joe Lpuls for a heavy .7 weight title fight today and de­ posited'. $10,000 with th e National Boxing,association tp back up.the challenge. \ ' ' \* Galento's manager,-Joe Jacobs, said jthat $5,000 .was .pu,t> uft^as,^ A-gv/»xjja-f>»VLr jj.ru ' it binder\to 'and : f5,000j»s garri Chicago alumni have prepared & \Big 'Wllco'me 'for' h'lfii. Th'd fea­ ture will be the presentation, by former. Al|.Amerlcans Stagg coached at'Chicago, of a scroll testifying thnt they believe him to be the \greatest conch of all time.\ CM r ii >v .i^ Det/tpir Favored Detroit, Mldu TP — The UniyersiW:, of, Detroit football squad cngagcd\ln final practice .tqdiy bdfore leijvlng on its first Southern^ invasion in ons-yTTVi invasion in three seasonsTTTte Dctroiters will en­ gage North Carolina Stato Satur­ day at Raleigh. Detroit is favored. Grid Qqiz rmi 04s9rge4*wa'« record, is the yarattr'-M .Wf .*'«.>-<viV. money would bo withdrawn M Louis did not. accept' the. chal­ lenge, by Feb. 9 N -. • 0 |f a coach substitutes a play­ er-*i the.end, ot the first Jierlpd, Is Xhe wfthdraw'n player permit­ ted ttf return a t th e beginning of the seetmd ptiiod%, rt(^o,;hi\i(nitit jjot.ho .j)Ut back hito. the' gape >.ujitil at.ionst.qne ipIayTnasf b««a run'.ln^tho second • »»rlQd. ,, ,;„'\ THE MEN'S STORE From EVERY Angle You're When YPM Shqft fpr Merchandise at the Men's Store BECAUSE—here you can assemble -your nsw Fall needs, confident that the fabrics and Pi\t- t»rpsjtam| sjtyUa yow pick are as new at TQMQRRQW, to put you a atep ahead In Good Taste. Ml SUITS AND OVERCOATS .. #5 *° »jf Dot)bsHats..$5to$7.50^ • Berg Hats. $330 to $$.00 . r # - A\ ; ED. tMOSS Coach Ty Cobb 0 The Orange Tornado Is on n rampage. Coach Ty Cobb's I'nlou Endlcott High school eleipn i< expocted to \shoot tne works' aealnst th<^ Ithaca team uhirb I IUB beaten both lohnson City and Bingbamton Central this sea son. Capt. Mltcb Ohnrski will pare the orange and Black grld- ders trrco ttrf battle which 1» ex­ pected 'o be the most colmiul and interestinK of the neason Pro Lions Seek To Break Tie in Football League • Detroit. Mich.. TP—The Detroit Lions of the National Pro foot­ ball league were grimly deter­ mined today to repeat their vic­ tory over Green Bay Sunday and break the top place tie in the Western section of the league. Both Packers and Lions have lost two games and 'lead the Western half of the gridiron loop. The Packers lost to the Lions and the Chicago Bears, while the Lions were beaten by the Cleve land Rams and the Washington Redskins. The Lions will be at full strength for tho' contest, which may draw a capacity crowd of 65,000 fans to Briggs s adium in Detroit. Captain Ernie Caddell will be in the lineup for the first time in a month. Discuss Rules • ChJcagp. III. TP—Basketball rule interpretations will be dis­ cussed Monday by the Athletic Officials' association Secretary Abe Glick said the discussions would center chiefly on the inter­ pretation of rules governing body contact. - 1 •»'tr>fri '-'»ttn *-ttt t> h>( * f .* * .-it - T - . \Ca'pt Wfte'h O'lenskl Favor Indians (Special to The Bulletin) Ct Ithaca—Cornell and Dart- mOuthls battle Saturday for su­ premacy in the mythical Ivy league is expected to draw n larger crowd' than has boon packed into the Crescent at Schodlkopf field in recent years. The sarios May Return I • Stung by the 7-0 defeat a t tlu$ hands of a big Elmira elpvci$j Coach Ty Cobb's Orange Tornado?! gridders will be out \Cor blnotPpf Friday afternoon when they eolij< Me with the Ithaca High school^ Woven at En-Joie stadium- a t 2*1 p. in With nenrly two weeks between^ tomorrow's game and the finagf oattle of the season against Bing«& hnniton Central on ThanksgivingJ day, Cobb will probably\ giv\e hisYj boys tho order to \Shoot thef works\ against Conch 'Eddfe ',5 Pierce's team which has scored at!| 7-0 victory over Johnson City nndl| a 12-7 triumph over Binghamton'sH Blue Bulldogs. The U.-E. squad is u furf| strength with the possible cxcopnM tion of Johnnj K\usny. quartor-S) hack, who injured his arm in an practice scrimmage drill prior to\ the Elmira game Cobb was uu-. certain today whether he would£ start Kvasny or Mike HudnnicK^. agninst IthiJj; Friday.. . _ '{• Wrtb tho rest of th e varsity^*— gridders in good condition CohJ>Jji iiltuuds to\ stui'l thr* haiiii' iincupjtr\ as he did against Elmira Nick; Starner, strong defensive wing-jl man, will bo at right end witlw the rang} Ste\e (.midek a i the^* left flank • \ Capt. Mitch. Olcnski will hold'^ down the left tackle berth witht, Charley (Cowboy) Hnmarich at!', right tackle. Frank (Bunzo) Bur-* i.n will he at left guard and Zaluski at right guard withtl Charlie Ketrhuck in center. •> Fred Szeliga, triple-threat ball-ft carrier, will be a t right half withe Vito Popelkn at left half and Pete? Tatich at fullback K'thor Kvasny\) or Hiuianich will call signals withij the latter a probable starter. Cornell Cornell 19111) 1912 I'.'Hi i lie 1921 nia 1923 li'II 1926 I92G 1927 IMS t'i*1 1930 1931 ID1J 1133 iai< 1935 1936 1537 Giunr* V 12. Tie* 1 • II >-ll Cornell Cornell Cornoll Cornell Cornell Cornell CorntUI Cornell Cornell Cornell Cornell Cornell Cornell Cornell Cornell Cornel! Cornell uii- Dttrtmomh Dartmouth Pari inoiith l>!irtnioiilh Dartmouth Dtirfitiunlh Darf moiiih Dartmouth Dartmouth Uarlinouih Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouih ttnrtmitutli Durtnioiith Dart mouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth 'ornell S. Dartmouth Po». I. n I. T 1 ft C. .. \ li­ lt T H I-' Q H l.H It It P H Probable lineup u -E. rtond.-l. Olen*ki C. Ketrhuek Znlu»l-i Hamarieh Stirnei HiKlnnu h Popelkti SzellKa Tat Irh (lorflidd,? noIJhrrofvJ TorTy-a. 7 27 2 X 41 PcrkinMw nrrirtnljs l-'mnh Sln*nh\ Svrn .ruMt >,fe rvforeu Iturold Pnltrow u « E(mlr>»,M bond MnoBman VI (Tot man. Yin U 1 • $5 w insvllle. iimplrt* mid VL IJ«\ crly-;? Werbert. BlnphnnHon. flpld J l <^P ^t *J1 ATTENTION HUNTERS! 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