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SO. IMBOY Y. M. C. A. OUTBOWLS SAYREVILLE 5 KINGWOOD 5 VS. RIVIES TOMORROW
SCOOP reÎorUter t The Boss Almost Closes A Good Deal, Not Hip Yet By "HOP" ·ΜΕΡ-"ΤΉ15> Ut FREN OF WA^ C^Uf*\(*UF\ED BY j ^H' FlXMES Ο Λ SHELL" Χ GUARANTEE ΗΙΝΑΤΌ ΒΕ Α ??ECr LAR (MUMMY NOW LAST TUSTA5. LON(rA^TH' EGYPTIAN MUMM\ES DO THINK OF WHAXAH HtTVOUD Γ^ΑΚΕ — WttttNODR FREN5 IK MEWMORK-B^IN^Ntf «^ACK fWOORPEBH XV^AR fnUMMV « /if χ wasn't broke I X WOULD NT "WINK y OF SFLUN(r \T— J/ b / VV HM VTS Λ MUMMY / / < /ΤΉΑΤ WILL ~ LAST FOR /ID Βυν IT O^AVX XCÔDIIW . STAHD IT" TD LOOhc' >6\T A Ff\CE:UKH ηΑΛΓ FOR. ^(EAR5 ·. RIVERSIDES M PB HOUSE" h 11 spechm contest Long cherished dreams took form a la terra Arma last night when the truly splendid Young Men's Chris tian Association gymnasium was ded- j icated to the worthy. cause It was j erected to, with a fast victory by ι the Riverside basketball quintet over the Parish House team, of j Voodbridge, to the tune of 48 to 32. j Η was an event which will linger j long in the pleasant memory of the large crowd which was on hand. For years basketball players, busi ness men and the student alike have had in mind the arrival of the time ] when basketball in Perth Amboy j would be linked In a great measure with the team "Y. M. C. A." A good many years have passed since bas- j ketball first saw the dawn of day in this city and only a remarkable re juvination will duplicate the zenith1 of favor occupied by the pastime about three or four years ago, but just the same, the advent of a Y. M. C. A. court into the life of the local game was never conceded a thing too late and one, appreciation of which, would ever be lacking. Last night In the cozv, officially di mensioned and splendidly appointed court, there were many business and professional men in attendance. In the crowded gallery could be seen the faces of local men through whose efforts in a great measure was made possible the anlend'd structure now available ps the r'srbt kind of resort for tho right kind of vnung men In Perth Amboy. By their "ides sat the young student, lassie and sr.ores j of others interested, not so much in the nature of the game being played before Uieir eves as in the fact that ! this night witnessed the informal dedication of that wh'ch Perth Am boy business and professional men had deemed one of the c-tat neces sities for their community. In a pinch the evm can accommo date a crowd nf pliout fiPO people Last night, however, but half that number were present. The receipts went towards the fund being raised to complete the furnishing of the •structure. Both teams rendered their services gratis. Inasmuch as twenty-five cents was charged at the gate, a substantial addition was made to the fund. \Vhile a lot of closer frays will no doubt be waged on the Y. M. C. A. court, It Is doubtful if there will ever be in evidence thirty-five minutes of such sensational shooting. Clcse guarding made necessary "long chances" by the Parish House sharp shooters. That their efforts bore fruit la seen from the score and line up. There was action every second of the time, the swaying, flying mass of ten players flashing about the floor in dizzy fashion. The two teams set ouSi to play a guarding game and for a few minutes it looked as though a skirmish across the Russ-Turk front would be a piker in contrast to the results of the auspicious bas ketball tussle. But the two quintets let up a little towards the middle of the half. It wasn't all Riverside by any means. In fact, the Parish House demonstrated that Woodbridge would be very much on the basket ball map during the remainder of the season. Unlike the seasons of the past, the P. H. is not a two-man, to wit, Ryder and Wand aggregation. The two Simonsons indicated last night that there will be no monopo lizing of honors by Individual mem bers. Ryder's brother, judging from his showing, promises to keep up the family standard. As for Marty Ryder, himself, he is better than ever this year, just shoots 'em In from all angles and ducks away from his guard like an elusive phantom. , The Parishioners started with the tap of the gong. Wand had the hon or of tossing in the first point in the new court, sending his team in the lead with a free throw. In less time than it takes to tell, the Parishoners were leading the Rivies by eight to four. For five minutes more the Par ishoners retained the lead. During al lthis time the itivie «harp shooters were doing every thing and anvthing but put em in. They had all sorts of chances at '.be basket. Once the scoring fever grab bed the bunch, however, it was «11 off. Everything seemed to go. Had the aiming machine been on the job in the early eve, the Rivies would have gotten away with a bigger plu rality, however. » Once the R'vies romped into tho lead, they stayed there. The first half ended with the tally twenty-one to twelve in their favor. The period of rest appeared to do the Rivies a lot more good than the visitors, ior in the first minute of play, the locals dropped four field goals through the net. Just as the Rivie crowd start ed to encourage their pets in pros pective runaway, Messrs. Simcinson, the two of 'em, vent ofr, Ftirk mad. A minute later they werj joined b:> Marty Ryder and the shots they per petrated from the center of ihe court and from almost «•very other angle was a sure cure for sore eyes. But while the Parlshoners were pulling off these hair-raising per formances, the Rivie adding machine was slowly hut surely pulling up a safe lead at the other end of the hall. A few substitutions were made anil then the McCreery-Cantlon-Thomas scoring machine started on its way with effectiveness. One of the notable stunts of the evening was the way in which "Hank" Thumus held down Wand to no baskets and tallied three himself. Wand, you will recall, was a star of the top notch calibre several sea sons ago during the Rivie-Pnritan series. ι With Regan, Burns, McCreery and Allan in sight, the scene was οηβ| which reminded the spectato" of the] good old days when basketbill was in its prime and the Riv'es '.lie big dictators. As for the Parish House, the least about that crowd Is that they sure are the "comers" of the basketball bunch around these dig gings. The score: Parish House. G. F. Tl. M. Ryder, rf 4 3 11 H. Simonsen, If 4 0 8 A. Wç$d, c 0 5 5 E. Simonsen, lg 3 0 6 H. Ryder, rg 1 0 2 12 8 32 Hiversides. O. F. Tl. McCreery, rf 8 0 16 SWAGGER BALM AC A AN S OVERC OA Τ S AND SU IΤ S TO MEASURE at the SPOT Shop of Good Value SUPERBLY MADE AND EXQUISITELY FINISHED They rise so tar above the average custom tailors' workmanship, thev are easily the very best "buy" in the world at a saving of $5.00 to $7.00. 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As a result the standing of the play ers in the tournament follows: Peterson, 259; LewkowlU, 233; Vecsi, 202; Uegan, 139; Hinkle, 86. Several other match gainée were played yesterday anil some interest ing pool and billiard arguments were decided. Cantlon, It Thomas, c l/oeser, lg Burns, rg Allen, lg Regan, If 20 8 48 ' Referee, Thomas Cantlon. Um pire, Mr. McCready. Timers, Chas. Stumps and Potter. Scorers, Karl Mullen and Edward Kelly. Time of periods, lb and 20 minutes. At tendance amout 200. 6 8 20 i 3 0 6 I 0- 0 0 1 0 2 I 0 0 01 2 0 4 RUTGERS PREP. ABANDONS FOOTBALL FOR THE SEASON' Football lias been abandoned by | Rutgers Preparatory school by action I of the faculty and all games on its I schedule for the remainder of the. season have been cancelled. This ac tion has been taken chiefly through Injuries sustained by two of the star i players, Goes and McGovern. The former injured his left leg in the Me· tuchen game, and the latter sustain ed injuries to both hiB shoulder and head; the former in practice early in the season and the latter in the High School game. The Prep team played but four J games this season; two with Metu-i chen, one with Battin High and ! one with the High School. There j was not much good material in the school this season, and Coach Goes had more than his hands full trying to round out a team. The game scheduled for this Saturday was with Pennington. SAYREVILLE HOLY NAME FIVE TO TACKLE NEWARK ALPINES Special to the EVh'NINQ NEW8. Sayreville, Nov. 6:—Tomorrow night at Allgair's Park, Sayreville. the Alpine Five, of Newark, will he the attraction and the Holy Name quintet will present their best line up to conquer their reputable oppo nents. There will be dancing before and after the contest. KEYPORT H. S. BOWLERS TO TRY SOUTH AMBOY JR. TEAM Svechit to the ICVBNlNa Keyport, Nov. β:—An exciting bowling match is scheduled for the Brunswick alleys tonight, when the local high school bowlers will take on the second team from the Penn sylvania Railroad Y. M. C. Α., of South Amboy. In the contest rolled at South Amboy the local pinknights won two of the three games and are confident of taking three in a row to night. The Amboyites are determined that the local bowlers can only be come victorious by hitting for high scores. No wonder Greece U Irritated. She paid full price for a pair of second hand «hips und then Turkey got two at u forced sale. Usually "decisive" battle» do not oc cur until late in the war. And seldom has tt Iwen possible to tell one until after It was over. One railroad company plans noiseless j cars for the sleepless. Have they ac ! tually perfected a device to Insure noiseless sleeping? As the shortage Is chiefly of textile dyestufT», there is so reason for fearing as vet that comolaxjn- fill b· ai>r>r· rtabt GOOD HUNTING CAN BE FOUND IN MIDDLESEX Middlesex county contains some ! îood h,unting ground, according to· Joseph Crawford, a writer for the Newark Star. In a second of his se ries of hunting trips published, he points to gunning territory in Wood bridge and Raritan townships and elsewhere in the county. He writes that there is a great siretch of wood land and field in Middlesex county between Menlo Park, on the Penn îylvania Railroad main line, and· in | Woodbridge, on the Amboy division | in which many rabbits will be I found. One of the roads that leads to Iselin from Woodbridge will be | worth following, as is the road from Woodbridge to Valentine's. The Perth Amboy-New Bruns wick trolley car passes through Val entine's and Fords Corners, and either place is good for the first few days of the season. Bonhamtown, > a village about two miles southwest of Valentine's is in the centre of a j good rabbit country especially along ι the road that leads to the Raritan j River. ■Sayrevilie Township, in Middle sex county, is a great hunting Bpot just now. They say that there are more gunners living in that section of the state than in any other town ship. The Clieesequake creett sec tion will appeal to any man that knows good game country. Easton has quite a few quail and pheasants tills year, to say nothing of the rab bit. Easton is on the Camden and Amboy division of the Pennsylvania railroad, two miles from South Am boy, and by following the road to Jacksonville the hunter will find plenty of game, or he can do equally as well by hunting along the road to Old Bridge. Jacksonville is at the head of Cheesequake creek, and there is a small hotel handy, but the trip can easily be made by automobile. Morristo'.vn, in Middlesex county, between Matawan and South Amboy, is a good place for rabbit3 and for quail. There is a road leading to it from Seidler's Beach, on Raritan Hay, the distance from the bay to the village being two and a quarter miles. All along the road from Morristown to Jacksonville rabbits can be found, and the farmers say they have seen many evidences of quail and English pheasants. Two miles south of Jacksonville and three miles west of Matawan is Browntown. Anywhere within a radius of three miles, game can be located. Warne's Brook and Ten nent's Brook are" between Brown town and Jacksonville and more woodcock have been seen there this fall than ever before. Quail, rab bits, squirrels and English pheas ants are there also. Any one hunt ing the fields along the road from Browntown to Old Bridge or In any direction will find game. This vil lage is only a hour and a half's run from Newark by automobile, still it is practically unknown to the hunters. SAYREVILLE IS Il HEAVY LOSER Special to the EVENING NEW8. South Amboy, Nov. 6:—Bowling In unbeatable style the Y. M. C. A. team administered another defeat last night to the fast Sayreville crew, taking all three games. The locals won by over 200 pins, although they barely captured the first game of the match by elx. "Mert" Ingraham's bowling featured the match, the Y. M. C. A. star alley man bowling re spective scores of 207 and 210 in the last two games played. Popp proved to be the steadiest bowler on the Sayreville team and RiddJe was de cidedly off his usual form. The scores: V. M. C. A. Shlnn 157 ... Ingraham 207 210 Dixon 157 17» 167 Berlew 14 β 156 166 Whalen 165 164 123 Stephenson ... 141 153 159 766 857 825 Sayreville. Riddle 138 108 95 Hemp 156 155 141 Popp 149 177 166 A. Wagner ... 167 170 167 L. Wagner ... 150 152 138 760 762 707 Sutecr^M for tti· . LEAGUE PRPJECJ IS BOOSTED AS PARDEE BOWLERS BEST GUGGIES Wtth the rolling of another set of games of the Pardee-Ameriean Smelt ing and Refining Works series on Kmll Bohnsack's alleys last night, came the almost certain prospects for a factory bowling league in this city. The United Lead Works and the Bar ber Asphalt Paving Works as well as the Guggies and Pardees had repre sentatives on hand and the project was warmly supported. In the games rolled Pardee members again came out on top, taking two out of three from the smelters. The latter took the first event by a margin of ten pint and after that everything came the Pardees' way. They rolled above the 800 mark in the second game. The Pardees have won six games and lost three, and the (Juggles have won three and lost six games. It Is firmly believed that an Indus trial bowling league, which will be similar to the factory baseball league conducted here each summer, will be come a reality witMn the next few weeks. Bowling Interest has been re newed. Factories have the material end all that is required is organiza tion. Two factories already have rep resentative teams and two others are organizing aggregations. Pour teams ——— would be sufficient for conducting a league, but six or eight aggregations might give increased interest, it is stated. However, if no other factor ies are heard from by the early part of next week 1t is likely that a league will be formed with four teams. Arrangements are being made to hold a meeting of team representa tives in the EVENING NEWS office commencing at 8 o'clock Monday night. The subject of organization will then be taken up. The scores last night follow: A. S. & It. Werner 160 J52 171 E. Hunt 1 42 123 87 Jenkins 136 190 191 Thompson 171 117 140 - Eyerkuss _ 153 132 140 7lil 714 729, I'ar«le*N. Dunn 165 ICS 182 Jensen 186 191 136' Johnstone 149 158 167 Ludwigsen 139 156 159 Richards 112 159 15? 751 819 79β, »'iL. PERTH TO MEET METUCHEN HIGH METUCHEN FIVE MEETS iUHER After being out of the same fori the past week and a half, the Maurer Ave will appear In combat against a fast quintet from Metuchen tonight. The Metuchen collection will be com posed of some of the fastest tossers troni Metnçjien and around New Brunswick. Davis, who formerly appeared on the Riverside lineup, will appear against t"he Maurer crew. In addition to this exhibition, there will be a preliminary contest staged tonight. On Tuesday night the Maurer ag gregation will endeavor to break the winning streak of the fast-going Sewaren five. Thus far the Maurer quintet 'has played two games and won both. They played an all-star aggregation for practice a few times and were beaten once, but the Maurers do not count that on their record a» a defeat, claiming that it was but a practice game and their opponents did not play in regulation uniforms at tlie time. They also claimed that they had on regular walking shoes and stepped all over the Maurer players. A southpaw for ward of the all-star combination Is making some noise about the victory, according to Manager Gadek, of the Maurer Five. Mr. Gadek declares that the other players acknowledge that the game was only staged to put the Manrer warriors In shape for their meeting with the Riverside Pirates. Brilliant work has been ac complished by the Maurer aggrega tion and they do not want their reputation marred without just cause. Special ta the EVENING NEWS. j Sewaren, Nov. 6—It has become [ evident that the presentatiou of good ! basketball here is not appreciated, for which reason the clever Sewaren five has found it necessary to go 011 the road. Attendance has been so poor at exhibitions stage£ on the Boynton Beach court that not enough money was collected to pay expenses. No stone has been left unturned by the Sewaren team to give ^-.fclzli grade of attractions in the h f^li line. They made a good -1"·50· themselves thus far thU ■* ftdver iu a fair way to ? -V. ■nal run. Since t t ÎON. it V / The high school football squad will appear again on the gridiron when they face Metuchen high school tomorrow. After their defeat last Saturday the team has been out every day practicing hard and will be in much better condition this week than they wire last Saturday. Coaches Allen aud liurns have been sending the players through some hard scrimmages and they have done all they can to improve the team. "Tuck" Pfeiffer will bo used in tlio lineup this week. There have been several other changes in the line. Andrew Jackson has returned to school and will be in the line next week against New Brunswick. "Doc"' Hulse w ill play his old place at guard again tomorrow "Boldie" Alex will be at left end. Either Mandel or Oline will play center as "Pop" Mc Gregor will be kept out this week. Dunham, Palmer, Hardiman, Lund, Wills and Kaus will be useiî on the line also l.ewkowitz will be out of the backficld this week. up playing at home and meet oppo nents on their home courts, going will undoubtedly become more diffi cult, as it is claimed the team at home usually lias the advantage ot~ ■*· familiarity with a court. However, they are in the running to make pro gress and will endeavor to give the same account of Ihenselves in the future that they hnvts in the past. They will sppenr against the Maurop Five at Perth Amboy Tuesday uigKt. : -> A llfnmnhi'pc Heimi'Mi and Ovcrhtuled r^UtOrnUIJi'*:b l'easr.nable Rr.tes Supplies Tires Tilths Storage Space COUNTY BRI G£ rApAGF, 409 tfar^et St. Tel. 1484.W Pprth Amboy THE fOR 1915 Exceeds all expectation in sweep ing motor eye!· advancement by vir tue of nine innovations and njaay other refinements of real merit. INDIAN MOTORS CO· 146 NEW BHUNSWICK AVENUE PHONE 220-M Pi RTH »ΜΒΟΤ. Ν. J. 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