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Parish House Boys
Win From Elizabeth
o ^
la a l ard contest on the
4bridge Pariah House court la*l
i tght Met a*. . A. DeteFa Pariah
>' uaa combination defeated the
atron* y as belli T. M. C. A. by a
. -om of >1 l* II The four game
i.« at.arah of the I'arlah Houae
. proarntaufue brohen aa a re
, i at the oulr..T»e of Ihto contest
and in debating the Kllsaheth team
h» »*n «h House boya made up for
co,. •( these four defeat*.
Tht ouirhoat the ram# the Pariah
Hmi* b ,i> played a brilliant brand
bun, pom'bly tti’■•ugh the acqulsi
• of Freddy Oloehau. one of Perth
. i I* dliyt basketball toaaera.
•.1 hau, nho featired the Initial
defeat of |h* Parian Houae team aa
a reaulf of hia fcri'llant work with
h.. Sayre. Hie Big Five combination
p.ayed at hi* beat ast night. He was
s lie I l.ot for the floor work of the
B k me team and hia passing In the
■ e.-eoed half »a» mainly responsible
^ ft r the reeu’t of the game.
Blit Mart.*. I-orch and Irv Martin
* ere hlah a opera for tha home team
n this game, tfek trio making twen
i nine the points credited to the
I’ar'sh House team Miller was high
a> erer for the visiting team.
During the Brat i rrlod the going
was nip and tnck throughout and
he eeaaton ended 14 to 14. The
l 'Uriah House team used Loreh, W.
Martin I. Martin Oloehau and
(k hwenae In this period.
In tha second half Charley Hughes
sent to forward in plane of Lorch,
■ nd later n this period Lorch re*
turned to forward, and Hughes re
ola ed Bchwenacr at guard. Bril-,
i ant work hy the Pariah Houae play- 1
-- —-- - - —— - - - - — -.SAAS.^Si e*Sa I
era In this session made them deser
vent of victory.
The Parish House team, according
t,o Manager Deter, can be counted
on as a dangerous factor In the coun
ty race fr< m now on. Tomorrow
night the Woodbridge team will play
the second game of a sdrles with the
Michelin Tire Company team of
Milltown. This team was overwhelm
ingly defeated by the Parish House
hoys In Wocdbrldgc. but the game at
Milltown will be played according
to the two-hand -dribbling rule*.
Next Tueeday night the strengta
of the Palish House team will be
given a real test for the Y. M. H. 'A.
combination of this city is scheduled.
The Y. M. PL..A. team defeated the
Parish House boys In this city. Me
sick, sta^r guard of the Parish House
team, is expected to be back in the
lineup for this game.
The score:
Parl«lt House
a. f. ti.
I.orch. f . 4 0 S
W. Martin, f . 4 5 M
Hughes, f and g....i. 0 0 .0
f. Martin, c ..4 0 8
Glochau, g . 1 0 2
Schwenrer. g ...i. 0 0 0
tlS 5 II
o. f. ;n.
Seles, f . 2 1 5
Miller, f. 3 6 12
Woosey, .. 1 0 2
Peterman, g .... 1 0 2
Weber, g .. 1 0 2
8 7 23
Referee, Buckley.
T. ft U HERE
Will Play Local Y. M. R. A.
Here Tomorrow Night
Big Game
The Willi maburg T. M. H. A. bas
ketball team, rati d as the strongest
V. hi. II. A. combination In the Eaat
ern diet net. will appear on tile V. M.
H. A. court in thl# city tomorrow
» night to give battle to Manager I.
Levine* local senior T. M. H. A.
I earn. Thla la the sixth gam* on tha
schedule of the local toaaers who
have a rAbord of four wins and one
defeat to (late.
The visiting team will appear on
the court with hhulinait of the East
ern district high achool. high point
scorer for the P. H. A. I- laat year;
Pints. atar of the lie Witt Clinton
high achool team In l*i# and 1#17;
Kurzm.m. of the Brooklyn Polytech
nic Institute team of l»l»l Jlargu
lle*. who played with th# Y. M. Ii.
A. team last year, and Bchwartg.
who waa with the C. C. N. Y. equad
•averul yeara ago.
Phulman and stuU are expected to
Mart In the advanced poaltlona.
Hchwartg at center, and Margullea
uml Kurwnan at th« guarding poal
U.m*. MlUsteIn if th# champion
.Newton liiBh achool team of 7*17
1*1 s. and I>r. Weiner, of the Boy*
hlv!i *cho*l champion* of Brooklyn
:lu! Long Island In 1*1* and 1*17,
wUi also appear with thl* loam.
Manager 1-evtne la dealroua of reg
iatcrinK a win 'over the crack Will
iamsburg tram, eo aa to go to
Woodbridge next Tueaday night
with a record of thg£* wlua. A vic
tory for the Y. M»l. A. team on
Tueaday will practically put the
Parts!) House combination out of Hie
running, unlea# th* Parish House
players defeat some team which In
turn defeats the 1 ■ M. H, A. combi
m HEEMETTA. Dec. 14:—Dupont
won over Heltnetta In the Middlesex
w county Industrial bowling league
match at the Dupont alley*, displac
ing Helmetta from the lead in the
league race. Petrie was high score
of the match and Nehrkorn contin
ued In the high scoring with a dou
ble century. He still retajna the
high srore'honors with a mark of
256. The acotes follow:
Kehrkorn . 15® 212 1*®
... 141 171
post . 1«® l»s 211
Dawson . 179 1«5
Wagner . 1*2 _14« _1*«
- 828 852 871
Helmet la Club
• Rothhar . 154 147 174
McCain . 1*1 1*7 190
Valek . 11* 155 147
Petrie . 213 „1«3 155
Denting . 151 _1S4 _14J
852 78* *09
The neat matches will be rolled
Krldav night as follows: Roosevelt
at Helmetta. Dupont at Sayrevllle.
Hercules at Mirhelln.
HOURS—A A M. to « P. M
i 1

A -V .
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Senior Boys and Junior Girls
Victorious in Opening
The Senior boyc anti the Junior
girls were victorious in the opening
games of the Perth Amboy high
school interclass series which were
played on the school gym court
yMterday afternoon. This after
noon the Junior and Freshman boys
are scheduled to clash, while the
Senior and Sophomore girls will
It waa necessary to play an extra
period t" order to decide the boys
game, the final score being 10-9. At
the end of the first half the Sopho
more boys led 8-2. During the sec
ond period of this game the* five
tnan defense featured the work of
the two teams. Jerry Nussbaum was
rushed into the Senior lineup in the
second period In an effort to end
the advance of the Sophomore team,
and through his brilliant all-around
work the upper class team was suc
Seaman wa^ the indlvidral star
of the winning team, while I.ybecD
featured for the losing team. The
Sen <>ra started with Seaman. Slad
kue, J. Patten. Shumsky and J. Kass.
and Forman. B. Kass. Mahl> Main.
Fin Oozdirs and Nussbaum were
substituted during the game. Daw
sod. I-arson, Mrfahe. I-ybeck and
Martin started for the Sophomores,
and MarWtlliam. Roth and Olseesky
were the suhstilutw. Rufus Allen
refereed this game, while Miss
Marion Burna refereed the girls
Junior Girls Win
The Junior girl* won an Interest
ing game from the Freshman girl*,
the final arore being 18-9. and the
srore at half time was knotted five
all. The Misses Pavlovsky starred
for the winners, while the Misses
Hoy and Frazer led the Freshman
team In scoring Both teams show
ed the effect of constant effort by
Miss Merlon Rums and her student
assistant coaches.
. The score:
Junto re
G. F. T1
rtman. f. #
Pavlovaky, .. 1 - 1 -
Palmer, c . # ® ®
Griffin, sc . ® « ®
Conard. g .'* ® ®
Spltter, g . # 0 0
S 8 13
O. F. Tl.
Hoy. f . 1 3 J
Fraaor. .. *
Hughes. C . 0 0 0
Falkenstum. sc .0
Perchard, g 0
Mahler, g .. ® ® •
~* * *
Bowling at Hrtanetta
HEI.MKTTA. P«c. 14:—A tourna
ment to choose the high score bowi
srs of Factory "V" of the Oeorge W.
I to line plant ahowed llltls to rhooas
from aa to high score* In a match
rolled at the Hslmatta Club alleys
Monday night. The acorea and llna.
up follow: 1
Clinton %. A.
C. Kruger . 1*1 1*1 !*•
H. Combs . 11* !•*
F. Wltkowskl ..1** 1*« 1«*
ft. Mason .14* 117 144
W. Clinton .... 144 11* 111
111 44* 41#
Dr* an V A.
A. Oromsna ... *1 •••
F. KiUlan. 11* **
Lmvan .•«....« 1*4 1*4 141
A. Pmlth ...... 1(4 14*
M. Smoke.It* 1** K*
A. Valek . 1** ...
Peter Utkaak. ... 14* 174
41* 4*1 7*4
The IVvan flvs were chosen to
represent the factory la future
niiOKir HF.vnsc—
The CALORIC baa made good la
over 1*4.444 buildings. It has year*
of service back of It Can you afford
to experiment with Imitation*?
And be 8VRB
74 Smith 84re*t
Spec lit Hats la Circulated Heat. I
Terra Cotta and Bakelite Now
Tie for Lead-Games
Last Night
Industrial Volley Ball Ix'agtip
P. \V. L. P.C.
A. T. O. No. 1. 2 2 0 1.000
Bakelite . 2 2 0 1.000
U. S. Cartridge.2 1 1 .500
A. S. & R. 2 1 1 .500
Dry Docks. 2 1 1 .600
S. IT. C. 2 1 1 .500
R. * H. 2 0 2 .000
Lead Works . 2 0 2 .000
In four matches played in the in
dustrial volley ball league last night
the Atlantic Terra Cotta and Bake
lite teams continued undefeated
while the A. S. & R. and U. S. Cart
ridge teams, both of which won last
week, were among the losing teams.
The Standard Underground Cable
Works team and the Dry Docks
combination broke Into the winning
column last night also, evening up
the standing considerably.
In the match between the IT. S.
Cartilage and Bakelite teams it was
necessary to play three games. The
Bakelites won the first 15-8, the
Cartridge men the second 15-11 and
the Bakelites the third, 15-3. The
winning team used Rudders, Kardos,
Cornelius, Graiskowik, Holecka and
Frederlckson, while the defeated
team was composed of Burns, Lar
(ombe, Power, Baldwin, Newcomer
And Hornsby.
The Standard Underground Cable
team won two straight games from
the R. & H. by scores of 15-5 and
15-4. The Cable workers had A.
Gardella, G. Gardella, C. Ryan, Von
Daggenhausen, Sullivan, Dover and
Taton. The chemists were Karl,
Vroom. Gager. Hooner. Tonneson,
The Dry Docks tqgm was given
some real opposition by the lead
works In the first game, the score
ending 15-13, but in the seco.-u game
a margin of ten points separated
the combinations, the score being
15-5. Playing with the shipyard
men were Dawsor> Henan. Marshall.
G. Chismadia, Jensen, Kurowsky and
J. Chismadia. The Lead Works used
Schicker, Pfeiffer, Griffen, Ernst,
Muccilll and McCreery.
The A. T. C. team defeated the
A. S. & R. combination in tv- close
games 15-9 and 15-14. The terra
cotta team consisted of Anderson,
Janderup, Meshrow, Hixon. Halii
gan and Jensen. TI)c smelters lined
up with Einhorn, Prantle, A. Wii
eon. Gloft, Melko, H. Johnson and
" r
Jersey City Y. M. H. A. and
So. Amboy Independent -
Girls Will Appear
- * *
\ * - -
Two big games have again been
scheduled lor the Auditorium court
in this city on Saturday night. In
the mr.ln game the Jersey City Y. M.
H. A., state champions, will be given
a chance to break the winning streak
of the Perth Ambov Speedway team,
while tht preliminary attraction will
be between the South Amboy Inde
pendent girls and a combination
Jcnown as the County Stars. The lat
ter team will be made up of three
local girls‘and two Roosevelt play
The Jersey City Y. M. H. A. team
won the state association honors last
year, defeating the Trenton team
champions of the Central district.
The Trenton team defeated the Perth
Amboy Y. M. H. A.' team in the de
ciding game of the Central district
championship. Jersey City also de
feated the Pert!. Amboy team last
According to the management or
ths Hudson county team, the Jersey
City association team through the
acquisition of several new men. is
stronger than ever this year. A big
crowd from the New Brunswick Y.
M. H. A. la expected to be in at
tendance at this game because of
the fact that several of the Jersey
Cl*y players arj particularly well
krnMgn to the members of the New
Brunswick association.
There is a great deal of interest
it» the girl*' game *s the South Am
boy girls team ts rated a* one of
the strongest female quintets in the
flght for county honors. \
■ ■■ — I
The football rooter'a noise lias
passed, and now while it is freezin’,
tint baseball nut shoots off hia blast
about the coming season. Today I
met a baseball hound, and by the
stars above me, lie surely covered
sit the ground before he Let go of
Queer stories fell out of his mouth.
Joy In hia heart was reigning. He
told me when learns would go South
to start their spring-time training.
He babbled onward like a brook
with bin delineations: he talked
enough to fill a book with baseball
He said the spitter should be can
ned. so pitchers coul<h not work it.
He said the draft should.be resumed
in every minor circuit. He spoke
about ths case of Mays that led to
the Injunction: he said such action
never pays, and magnates should
this bunk shun.
1 tried tq stop his lengthy squeals,
hut I could not molest him; he niled
me up with trades and deals while
I stood there and yeesed him. I
listened to him boast and brag; such
gab' how could pour it! t know
now who will win each flag If I take
hia word tor It.
The football rooster* noise has
passed, and now while it la freezin'.
the baseball nut shoots off his blast
about the coming season.
Irl. tW I Peril %«ubsy ft. J. »
notary Pt*m-tr
A. * ll-Stlonv for BoUller Rums. Civil
Rtf 4p«n •»*• American Yetarao ud WI4*
Pensions s specialty.
Oyrs Every Ewalas ,r®« 7 Is I P. M.
I i
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Alfred Goullot, hero of the six-day
race at Madison Square Garden. He
won thirteen out of the last eighteen
sprints and with his partner. Maurice
Broceo. won the six-day event.
Bowlers of Local Lodge Ex
pect to Win Match at
. Union Hill
The Perth Au>Jooy ■‘Bills" are
hopeful of stepping into first posi
tion in the Elks state league by tak
ing the measure of the Union Hill
team in a match on the Union Hill
alleys tomorrow night. At the pres
ent time tho Hoboken team is lead
ing the league by a one game mar
gin, while the Perth Amboy, Passaic,
Paterson and Newark Elks are tied
for second place.
Other matches scheduled 'for to
morrow night are as follows: Jersey
City at Bayonne, Kahway at Pater
son, Hoboken at Elizabeth. Newark
at Plainfield, and Rutherford at
Passaic. Perth Amboy missed a
good chance last week to step Into
the lead when they lost two out of
three games to the Bayonne "Bills"
in a match on the local alleys. The
Bayonne team has been traveling at
a poor pace in the league games to
If the local “Bills" continue tlfeir
present gait they should be at the
top of the ladder when the final
match 'of the season is rolled on
Thursday night. April 6.
Two Big Games for So. Am
boy Fans Tomorrow
SOUTH AMBOY, Dec. 13.—The
Associated Club basketball team of
Plainfield will play the South Am
boy Junior Mechanic quintet on the
South Amboy High School Auditor
ium court tomorrow nigl)t. The
Plainfield team has been going at a
rapid pace in Union county and ex
pects to carry off honors in this
game. The South Amboy represen
tatives have been defeated four times
this season, on all occasions by Perth
Amboy teams.
A big crowd is expected to turn
out for this game, as South Amboy
fans aro again taking interest in the
great court games as a result of the
excellent showing being made by
Manager Samuelson's team on the
court this year. Manager Samuel
son's players declare they are still in
the fight for the county champion
ship, their real opponents for this
title being the Speedways of Perth
Amboy, and this team will play a
return game with the Mechanics on
January 19 on the high school court.
The work of the Speedways will be
constantly watched by local fans up
to that date.
The regular team of the Junior
Mechanics will take the court in to
morrow night's game, Bennet and
Perkins, forwards; Furman, center,
and Anderson and Wilber, guards.
Preliminary Gum*’.
In a preliminary game the strong
South Amboy Independent girls’
team is scheduled to play a strong
county team, possibly one of the
leading teams from Perth Amboy.
21—Gordon snd Meade Streets
23— Madison Ave. and Paterson St.
24— Market and Sheridan Streets
23—Smith Street and Central R R.
26— Market and First Streets
27— Raritan Copper Works
»S— High and Lewis Streets
M—Madison Avenue and Smith Street.
13—Smith and High Streets
3«—New Brunswick Ave. snd New Street
37—Smith and State Streets
41— Standard Underground Cable Co.
42— Atlantic Terra Cotta Works •
43— Buckingham Ave and Hartford St.
46—Commerce and Front Streets
4«—State and Washington Streets
47 —High and Washington Streets.
52—Cortlsndt and Easton Streets
54— State and Buckingham Ave.
55— Parker St and Pulaski Ave.
54 —H«II A**e. and Charles St.
37—Siats and Wayns Streets
54—Near Lead Works
2—Washington Street and Park Avenue
13—New Brunswick Ave. ana Elm Street
*4—Smith Street and Watson .‘venue
16—Commerce and State Streets
’j—Front and Smith Streets
:j—Water tmk isoraon Streets
r4—Kearny Ave. and Gordon Street
II—Brace and Hanson Avenues
1?—Smith and Herbert Streets
15— Atr.b**y Ave. and Washington St
>4—Lehigh Ave. and Stanford Street
13—Near City Hospital
16— Cleveland sod Brace A Tenues
17— Amboy and Hall Avtnuee
ij-AmU'.' Ave. and Inalee Street
IS—Uwr*nct and Fraiwl* .Street*
• i—Neville anti Johnstone Streets ,
x ^
• ___
Registers Second Victory in
Eighth Grade League by
Defeating Room 20
Standing Eighth Grade League
W. L. P.C.
Room 1 . 2 0 1.000 |
Room 3 ...j. 2 1 .607
■Room 20 . 1 2 .333
Room 23 . 0 2 .000 I
Miss Id;. Miller’s Room 3 repre
sentative basketball team in the
Eighth Grade League at the local
Grammar School, climbed inis sec
ond place as a raault of defeating i
the Room 20 representatives in a !
game on th- local V. M. C. A. court ,
yesterday afternoon by a score of 24
to 17. The Room 1 representatives
are leading the circuit with two wins |
and j>ary adefeat.
Jlurke. Fhicci and Paris featured
for the wintiing team in the game
yesterday, the former scoring sixteen
of his team's twenty-four points,
while the work of the Room 3 guards
was responsible fo- the outcome of
the game.
Room 20 led at half time, 10 to 3,
and at the end of the second half the
two teams were tired, 17 to 17. The
Room 3 players scored seven points ,
in the extra five minute period.
The score:
Room S.
G. F. Tl.
Burke, f . 6 4 16
Sladkus. f . 1 0 2
Jensen, .. 1 0 2
Pucci, g. O 0 0
Paris, g. 2 0 24
10 4 24
Room 20
G. F. Tl.
Sorenson, f . 2 0 4
Siens, f . 1 2
Roth, c . 4 3 11
Glaus, g . o o 0
Katz, g . 0 0 0
7 3 17
Referee. Waddell.

Woodbridge and Roosevelt
Teams Will Clash on High
School Court

There is great interest in the
game scheduled to be played in
Woodbridge tomorrow night be
tween the strong Roosevelt Separate
quintet and the Knights of Colum
bus team of Woodbridge. This game
will be played on tlio high school
court, and will start promptly at
9:15 o’clock.
Manager Trainer's Knights of
Columbus team has met defeat in
the two games "played to date, the
Orange Knights of CAdumbus an!
Perth Amboy Dry Dock quintets
registering victories over the Wood-I
bridge ulfit. The Roosevelt Separ
ates went down to defeat after a
bitter battle in a game with the
Dupont Big Five at Parlin a week
ago last night.
Manager Jacobowitz of the Roose
velt team is well satisfied with the
showing of his players in this game,
and expects better results as the
season grows older. The Roosevelt
players have held several practice
sessions in preparation for this
Girls Game
A girls' preliminary game between
two leading teams is also scheduled
to be played, and this game will
start promptly at 8 o'clock.
V If A
la Iwl a V a n a
Standing in Monday-Thnrsday Busl- !
ness Men's Y«lley Hnll Ix-ague.
P. W. L. P C.1
Peakes . 2 2 0 1.000,
Rankin .. ' 2 2 0 1.000;
Parker . 2 0 2 .000
Oliver . 2 0 2 .000
The new Monday-Thursday busi
ness men's volley ball teams were
chosen Monday afternoon by the
captains and the first games played.
Peakes defeating Parker in two
straight, while Rapkin won from
Oliver twice. The new teams are,
as follows:
Parker: Johnson. Major. Strem
lau, Pierson Kasprzak Bowman. Tat
ton Reilly. Mosher. Counihan, Kate. |
Peakes. Sharp, Schrimpe. Weit
zen, B lac If. Slobodien. Toolan. For
man. Farris, Treene, Bernard, {
F. Oliver: Dover, Warter, Frank I
Comings, French, Bartlett, Bedell, |
Massopust. J. Karkus, Margaretten.
Atkinson, RawTtipre Oliver, Coogan
Rankin: Prantle, Goldberger. W.
Oliver, Piekersgill, Reimers^Cl. Mil
ler. Gager, Holm, Clausen. Ferris.
Suit, Dill.
Following are the new junior em
ployed boys' competitive gymnasium
teams: Capt. Kid, Sians, ft. Torrell,
Kohler. V. Palo. Griffin. Arnstein.
Miller. Richer. McCabe. Montanla. A.
Goran. Capt. Karl, Thullesen, G.
Meggison. R. Peterson, Sorenson.
Sneath, Gueria. S. Palo. Spevack.
Miller. Eike. Dzubay. Capt. Ford,
Stevenson. Cluney. Ratajczak. John
son. Rasmussen, Kaufman, A. Meis
{ueh. Truelson, Kubinak, Joansen,
Wood. Capt. McCallen. Seaman,
Breslow. Anderson. Reppert, Bow
man. Preacher, Goldberg, Woit
seberk T. Snev'ack. Puhin.
Heartaches Relieved of pruperly Fitted
Gla««. Oroun^l oe ita» Pr«mi«M
L MANN-Optica? SperlalUt
87 U Smith Slrset
Julihlua l-ruineth Attended I*
F1F. ““ ;
Forman & Fullerton Win 3
Straight-Are Now in
Second Place
_ i
Standing in Two-Man Tourney
w. u p.c. I
Pemberton & Comings 29 13 .6*0
Forman & Fullerton .14 12 .66?
Payne 4k Raymond ..25 14 .641
Johnson & Johnson.. 21 13 .583
Olsen & Wiberalske .. 20 16 .555
Ramsav ic Golden ... 20 16 .555
Mallet & Nielsen _ 21 18 .538
Coughlin & Sampson .19 17 .326
Art Bagger & Benish. 22 20 .523
I.arsen & Tilp. 22 20 .523
Andersen & Greisen .. 19 20 .487
A1 Bagger & Parker.. IS 21 .461
Hope & Smith . 14 22 .389
Harding & Sinclair .. 8 31 .205
SCneath & Nebel .... 7 32 .177 j
The Forman & Fullerton combi- ;
nation increased their chances ot!
winning the two man bowling tourne
ament at the "Y” last night when t
they won three straight games trim
Sneath & Nebel. As a result oi these
games ’-'orman & Fullerton now go
into second place. In order to win
the league they must win all six ot
their remaining games. Nebel &
Sncath hit no high scores last night
the highest score made by e.ther In
any game being 158. Forman made
three high scores, all over the ioubla
century mark. 221, 206. and 210. for
an average of 212. Fullerton made
216 in the first game and averaged
The scores:
Nebel . 124 138 143—142
Sneath . 146 158 129—144
270 316 272—286
Fullerton .... 216 152 190—186
Forman . 221 206 210—212
437 335 400—395
Bib UN ItS I
Sterlings Will Have Michelins
as Their Opponents in
Game Tonight * j
The biggest crowd of the season ;
for a basketball game in South I
Itiver is expected out tonight to wit
ness the contest between the Sterl
ings of South River and the Miche
lins of Milltown. This game, the
tlrst of a series of firrT will be played
on the South River high school au
ditorium court, and will start
promptly at 9 o'clock.
The pfobable lineup of the con
tending teams;
Sterlings MicbelUis
Meury . Dickinson
Fitzpatrick .. Sohl
Kppnger . Crabiel
Anderson . Haeft'ner
Savrevilie, New Brunswick and
South River fans are expected to
turn out in large nuubers to root
against their Milltown rivals. It is
the tirst time in many years that
a Milltown team played at South
River. The second game of the
series will be played at Milltown In
the near future and the deciding
fifth game if necessary will be play
ed on the court decided by the toss
of a coin.
The Sterlings have not played
away from hume this season, while
tha Michelins have played a number
of traveling games. Both teams
have good records to date this year.
Father McCluskey will be the elev
enth man on the floor.
The Wheeler gir'.s basketball team
of Roosevelt met defeat at the hands
of the Central Sramping Girls’ team
,,f Newark on the Newark court last
night. The contest was hai J fought
throughout, the Aral score ueing 14
to 1C.
At the er.d of the Arst half the
visiting team led, 7 to 5. Miss A.
Rielly. regular of the Wheeler team,
starred for the Newark combination
in the game last night. Miss Rielly
made ten of the points scored by the
home .ossers The visitors lined up
with the Misses Alincor. Duncan, Me
Gettigan, Burk. and Nannen.
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recently from Roosevelt in regard to
a sporting proposition. This commu
nication is signed "A Fan!” In order
to publish'same it will be necessary
for the writer to send his or her
name to the News oAice signed to a
statement that the communication
was written by that person.
Standing in Industrial Baskeihull
P. W. L. P.C.
Dry Docks . 2 2 0 .1.000
T. C. 2 1 1 .500 i
S. L'. C. 1 0 1 .000
A. S. & R. 1 0 1 .000
Two more games in the industrial
basketball league were played Sat
urday night in the "Y" gym. the
Perth Amboy Dry Docks quintet
continuing their winning streak
When they defeated the Standard '
Underground Cable Works team,
while the Atlantic Terra Cotta
combination, which the two weeks
before lost to the ship yard workers, |
won from the American Smelting V
Relining team. Games ir. this league i
are played every other Saturday
New intermediate teams have be<
selected for competition, the cap
tains and their teams being as fol
low-st Mullen, captain. R. Mat-Will
iam, Morrison. Rhodes. Stark. J
Mac William: Nielsen, capt., R. Shari
Belikove. Burke. London. Gade;
Grant, captain. Burbank. Glochau.
Martin, Forman, Shihar; St. An
drassv. captain, H. Larson, Koch,
Roth Eveuer, Klein.
Collegians Register
Victory Over Parlin
The All Collegian basketball team'
of this city showed at its best in a
game with the Dupont B.g Five of
1‘arlin on the latter’s court last
night. The Amboy team stopped
the winning rush of Manager Kew
mark's team, dishing out a *0-27 de
feat after being in the rear at the
termination of the first period by a
score of 21-10.
Sterling defensive work by the
Collegians in the second period re
sulted in the Dupont team being
held to three double counters as
against eight deuces in the first ses
sion. The visiting team, held to three
field goals in the opening half,
scored ten double counters in the
last half. A field goal and a foul
goal separated the two teams at the
termination of the game.
While Bob Handerhan. Bradley
and Hibbard led the Collegians in
field goal scoring, and the first two
players featured in defensive play,
holding the opposing forwards to
ore basket, the passing and all
around floor work of Waddell and
Wissner also played a prominent
part in the victory of the Amboy
In the opening session Epplnger
and Furman each made three bas
kets for the home team, Anderson
made two and Cathcart made one,
and Newmark made three foul goals.
For the visiting team in this half
Waddell scored three foul goals, and
Hibbard. Handerhan and Bradley
each made a field goal.
At the start of the second period
the Collegians made fast time in
overcoming the eleven point lead of
their opponents, and soon had same
in their possession. During the final
period Eppingtr scored two field
goals and Anderson one for the
home team, for the visitor* Wad
dell scored one field goal, Hibbard.
Wissner and Bradley two deuces
each, and Mob Handerhan three
double counter*
The Coll'-gians played a much
better brand of ball than they ex
hibited against the V. M. H. A. team
in this city last Thursday night.
Fitzpatrick again refereed lasr
The score
All 1 ollegian*
o. v. t;
Waddell, f. 1 4 «
Hibbard, f .3 0 c
Wissner. c. 2 0 4
R. Handerhan. g. 4 11 *
Bradley, g. 3 0 «.
13 4 1U
G. F. Tl.
Cathoart. f . 1 0 2
Newmark. f . 0 s 2
Furman, c . 3 0 t
Anderson g . 3 Cl *
Eppinger, g . 5 <* 10
12 3 27
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Seventh Straight Win Regis
tered Over Newark Team
Last Night
The Roosevelt Center girls' in reg
istering the r seventh consecutive
victory last night, also obtained the
success of the lifetime of any bas
ketball organization inasmuch as
1 they shut out the crack Heller Merc
team of Newark on the latter'a
court. The final score of this game
! was 29-0. The Heller Merc team was
recently defeated by the Wheeler
girls of Newark by a score of 5-2.
Good floor work and passing fea
tured the work of the Centers in
this contest, the Misses G. Ellis. M.
King and U. Ellis playing a promi
nent part in this work. All the scor
ing in this game was divided be
tween the Misses Eva Sliechtman, 1.
Schwartz and K. Robertson. Fotir
I teen goals, several of the spectacu
lar class, were made by the Rooae
! velt team in this game. ^
At the end of the first half tho
visitors were leading 12-0. The
home team used T. Carroll. E. Zacp
fel. A. Mac-hefty, I* Taneberger and
I T. PJesnik.
The Centers will endeavor to reg- ^
istor '.heir eighth straight win Of-tMlH
season they play the
girls on the Milltown court
j row night.
The score: dfJH
Roosevelt Centers.
G. F. n
G. Ellis, f. o 0 «
M. King, f. 0 0 ft
i U Ellis f . 0 0 I'
E. Shechtman, c. 8 0 12
1 I. Schwartz, g . 5 1 11
K. Robertson g. 3 ft ft
14 1 29
Bedford Branch ‘Y’ of Brook
lyn to Compete With
Locals Here
The second track meet of the sea
son with an out of town team will
be held in the Y. M. C. A. Satur
day night, the strong team from the
Bedford Branch of the Brooklyn
"Y" being the visiting combination
at that time. It is likely that the
Perth Amb'.y team will be composed
of the same men who defeated the
Prudential team of Newark two
weeks ago. with possibly one or two
additions. I.eo Lowenkopf. one o'f
the test high jumrtrs in the asso
ciation siveral years ago, was prac
ticing last night for the first time
this year and he will likely be on
hand Saturday night.
The evert“ as arranged by Track
Manager Hooper are the 20-yard
dash. 220-yard run 440-.vard run.
one-half mile run and one-mile rum
together with the standing broad
jump, the runnin- high jump and
shot put. A one mile relay may also
be arranged. In the meet with the
Prudentials, the standing broad jump
and 440-yard run were not among
the events. As the local association
has plenty i f good material for both
of these events. Saturday night's pro
gram will be more attractive than
the one with the Newarkers. The
contests will get under way at (?:13
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