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DANBURY SEPARATES TO PLAY TOMORROW NIGHT
Four Teams Stand In Way Of Speedway Five Early in the season announce ment was made that the Perth Am boy Speedway basketball combina tion was out for city, county and district championship honors. The Speedways have won twenty-one out of twenty-four games played this season, having been defeated by two teams to date, twice by tiie Standard Oil team of Baywav, Union county, and once by the Newark Jr. O. U. . A. M. combination of Essex county. I Thero aro about four real teams remaining -in the third congres sional district still to be played by the Speedways before the champion ship of the district can bo claimed. The Arrows of Sea Bright, the Sterl ings of South River, Y. SI. If. A. of this city, and tho Harmony Chib Quintet of this city are still in the Held. The Sea Bright and South River teams are scheduled to play the Speedways this week, tlie former on the Sea Bright court tomorrow r.lght, while the Sterlings will ap pear on the Auditorium court here Saturday night. Outside of these four teams all real opposition in the district has been overcome. The Speedway victory at Asbury Park on Monday night was the greatest success of the Amboy team this sea son. Mthougt they will be without the services of their star guard, Bob Handerhan who broke a finger in flic game at Asbury Park on Mon day night, the Speedways have an nounced their inttntions of being willing to go ahead with plana for a Y. M. H. A series Plans for a ser ies with the Harmony club quintet of this city will be held up. however, pending the return of Handerhan to the game. The absence of Bob Handerhan will sure! Lc felt. Many important games will be played by the Speed ways during the next several weeks, return games with the Beauvais Post team of Tcttenvllle, Parish House of Woodbridge. Koosevelt Separates, I South Amboy Junior Mechanics, Sterlings of South Hiver and combi nations of simila strength. It is njt known at this time just what addifon will be made to the Speedway lineup for this game, but a change will l>i> worked out in tl.e game at Sea Bright tomorrow night and the effect of this change can then be sen befo-e the Amboy toss ers go o.. tne court against the Sterl ings in this city on Saturday night. The Sterlings’ victory over the Michelins at Militown on Monday puts them in a class with the Com pany H team of Asbury Park, Holy Cross quintet of Trenton and the Speedways of this city, as only four teams have beaten the Militown team on their own court, this year. The Sterlings also defeated the strong South Amboy Junior Mechanic team at South Hiver on Monday night. . is.so.ieii; Seashore Quintet Will At n» tempt to Stop Fitzpat I rick’s Team V - Tlie Asbury Park High School basketball team will attempt to bfe’tk the winning streak of the South River High School combina tion when these teams lock horns on the South River court, Friday rtlght. South Rivo- has not been defeated , this season. The seashore quintet is full of con fidence for there will be three men of last year’s championship team In the lineup, Hildebrand, Finley and Smock. Tito former was last year chosen an all-stare scholastic for ward. Keyport, Manasquan, St. Mary's of South Amboy, and the strong Colby Freshmen combinations have bowed JWo the Asbury Park team to date this ^ ilC&SOD, Coach Johnny Fitzpatrick is drill ing his men hard in preparation for this gam- The maroon and gray representatives are credited with vic tories over Princeton, Cliattle, Hightstowr. and Newark Prep. Mark, Smith, Politika, JJoVoe and ApVj gate will make up the South River team. BOWLINS AT HELMETTA HELMETTA, Jan. 4—The Hel metta Juniors won three straight games In their series of games with the Brook Rats, of New Brunswick, ltrown’s rolling featured the match. ' The scores: •i Helmctta Juniors jfPaul Latkanlc .... 180 15t 126 ■ Peter Latkanlc .... 145 140 137 " H. Brown . 224 177 102 Perrlne . 117 162 183 Mondoker . 142 164 161 703 694 699 Brook Rats J. Rulewich . 130 149 137 P. Rulewich . 147 163 127 Brower .. 146 126 126 Adams . 143 116 173 1) Shea . cow ni' „ (35 607 621 Helmetta won two of the three games rolled at Carteret alleys In the Middlesex County Bowlin? League. Deming's 214 was the high score of the night and stood out in contrast to the low marks made in the match. The league season mds with the games on Friday night. The scores: Helmetta Valek . 175 16!) 16!) McCain . 123 139 130 Bothbar . 120 148 132 Petrie . 14S 16:: 191 Demins . 161 214 174 * 727 833 796 Carteret Hillyer . 142 189 168 Kdwards ••••••••■ 196 157 119 Brower .. 184 165 159 tfritts . 122 158 159 Donnelly . 173 154 167 817 823 772 ' Maurer Teams Arc Booking ■ The Maurer Big Five, a heavy “senior team and also tlie Maurer Seconds, a light senior team, are in the •field for bookings with teams in their class. John M. Urbanski is manager of these L ams and games With outfits having home eourts arc desired. Address all communiea tions to Manager Urbanski, Maurer, N. J. . ' . . You Still Have Time to Have That SUIT OR OVERCOAT Made to Order BENINCASA BRQS. Tailors for Men Who Know 3 STORES I 168 SMITH ST. * c(ae Plight Up 101 STATE ST. ' --»' AIR-LAND RACE Uo Holl ,auto speed demon, and Unge, Germany’s foremost air pilot, were almost on even terms when this photograph was made as they raced in the suburbs of Berlin. The airplane won. despite a handicap in favor of the auto. ID BE pm South Amboy and South River Teams Clash on Court SOUTH AMBOY, Jan. 4.—There is great Interest in the return game between the South Amboy Junior Mechanics and the Sterlings of South River to be played on the high school court here tomorrow night. The Sterlings defeated the South Amboy representatives ai South River on Monday night, and the locals hope to avenge this defeat. Both of these teams have good records to date this season, the re cent victory of the Sterlings over the Miche'in combine at Milltown puts the South River team in a class with the leading teams in Middlesex coun tv The Junior Mechanics will take the court with Hc-nnett, Perkins, Furman, Weber and Scharff. Scharff is scheduled to take the place of Anderson, who has left for the south to accept a position. The Sterlings are expected to line up with Fitzpatrick, Cathcort, Mal eski, Eppinger and Meury. v Uelmctta Bowlers Win. HELMETTA, Jan. 4.—Henrietta's entry in the Middlesex County Bowl ing league, gave a team of local pin knights a good, sound beating on the alleys of the Helmetta Club last week in all three games rolled. The Invaders, as they are known, dis puted the right of leadership in lo cal bowling circles but tlielr right as the representatives was sally routed. The scores: HclmcUu. Valek . 134 172 182 McCain . 254 150 173 Itothhar . 145 158 191 Petrie . 189 200 178 Deming . 171 255 208 - 893 935 932 Invaders. Peter Latkanic . 14S 145 131 Brown . 150 150 180 Bumsted . 165 142 135 Mondoker'. 178 173 139 Paul Latkanic. 159 125 128 800 741 713 Wood bridge Team Wants Humes The employes of the Pennsylvania railroad in Woodbridge have or ganized a basketball team, and the first game will be played with the New Brunswick I*. It. It. employes at New Brunswick on January 11. Jaeger, Costello. Cohen, McCann, Martin and Potter will play with the Woodbridge team. J. E. Jaeger is manager of this team, and challen ges should be addressed to him care of Pennsylvania Railroad, Wood bridge. A game with the Perth Am toy employes is desired, . / LEAD WORKS WIN ATHLETIC MEET Five Factories Participate in Athletic Events at Y. M. C. A. New Year’s Night The Lead 'Works athletes won the industrial meet—the second of its kind this season—held at tho Y. M. C. A. Monday night. Tr.e point system of scoring was used and the live competing factories wero quite clcsely grouped ut the end. The fi nal point score was: Lead Works, 1,002 points; Atlantic Terra Cotta, 863 points; Perth Amboy Dry Docks. 836; General Bakelite, 783, and American Smelting & Refining, 727. The events participated in were the pull ups, weight lifting, potato race, sack race, standing broad jump and running high jump. The Lead Works was high in the pull ups with 255 points. Lagonia, of the A. S. & R. team, however, was tho individual star in this event, he "chinning himself” twenty-three times. Pfeiffer, of the Lead Works, had twenty-one to his credit. Oth er points in the pull ups were: Dry Docks, 18G; A. S. & R., 170; A. T. C., 160, and Bakelite, 85. The A. S. & R. won the weight lifting contests, Plass, of tho Guggle combination, lifting 700 pounds, and Lagonia being close behind with 620 pounds to his credit. The Smelters scored 125 points in this event as compared to 105 by the Lead Works, 85 by tho A. T. C., 80 by the Dry Docks and 75 by the Bakelite. The Lead Works men again star red in the potato race scoring 70 points. The Bakelite team annex ed G5 points, the Dry Docks 55 and the A. T. C. and A. S. & R. each 60 Ait 11110 The sack race went to the Bake llte combination which scored 100 points. The Dry Docks added 75 points in this event, the Bead Works 60, the A. T. C. 50 and the A. S. & R. 40. The Read Works won the stand ing broad jump with 332 points. Power's 9 foot 9 inch jump was the best leap, he being a member of the Dead Works team. Hallahan, of the A. T. C. team jumped 9 feet 4 inch es. The A. T. C. secured 328 points in this event, the Bakelite 302, the Dry Docks 293 and A. S. & R. 210. The last event was the running high jump. In this eveht the Bead Works and A. T. C. tied for first, each scoring 180 points. Harold Jensen, of the Dry Docks, was the individual star, clearing the bar at 5 feet 1 inch. This netted his team 76 points, but only four men quali fied. The Bakelite team scored 156 points in this event, the Dry Docks 148 and A. S. & R. 132. Bl MEN’S OUTFIT .EY LEAGUE MATCH SOUTH AMBOY, Jan. 4—The Business Men’s bowling team took three straight games from the Cres cent alley team in a match on the South Amboy Y. M. C. A. alleys re cently. Business Men Rue . 142 170 160 Swinson.. 172 146 156 Stratton. 164 177 171 Quiroby. 219 164 152 Dill.174 1S2 132 871 839 771 Crescents Miller. 129 192 102 Blind. 135 135 135 Bloom... 137 182 134 Docker .. 140 135 158 Chapmen. 185 190 141 726 834 670 DU CLUB ENTRY IS WINNER DF BDWLIN6 MATCH The Dupont Club bowling team took all three games from the Herc ules Powder Company team in a Middlesex Count Industrial Beague match rolled recently. The scar : Dupont Nelirkorn . 223 195 179 Bowe.. 135 144 167 Post. 126 184 132 Dawson . 139 193 181 Wagner. 190 201 169 813 917 828 Hercules Jensen . 147 147 151 Meyers. 133 160 160 Grossweiller. 147 170 158 Marx .. 156 170 153 Reuss. 179 156 149 , 762 803 771 Y. NLC. A. A track meet between two teams captained by Clarence Hoagland and Alvin Smith, -respectively, was held New Year’s afternoon in the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium, the latter combina tion winning by a point score of 31 to 24. Captain Smith’s team annexed first place In the thrce-leggeil race, the relay race, the f.ve lap walk, the two iap relay, the sack race and the tug-of-war while Hoagland's men were first in tho obstacle race and cage ball. Smith had Coddington, Jensen Chczmadia. Bergren, Nielsen. Hitter, Westcott. Hoagland had Lewis, DeAndrea, l’ord, Griden, Nel son, Jensen, Willsey and Bernstein. Three basketball games were play ed Monday afternoon between the boys department clubs on the “Y” gym floor. Tho Junior Employed Boys defeated the Juniors 26 to 0. The winners hud R. Torrel. T. Sneath, Dubin, Preacher and Meg gison, while the losers used Slifkin, Goron, Logans, Levine, Manton and Nichr.owitz. Tho Junior Employed Boys first team defeated the Wuway anda five by an 1.1 to 9 score in a close game. Th ■ E. B. B. players were Meggifion, Griffin, Chismedia, Gillis and Karl. The Wawayanda men were Morrison. Jago, Nielsen, MacWilliam, Roth and Burbank. The Comrads defeated the Se ond E. B. B. team in tho other game, 26 to t. The winning team had Larson, Ratajczak, Gcsky, Grieve, Dawson ■md Martin, while the losers used Rogler, Baker, Totin, Ritter, Gils lorf and Smith. 2 Against 1 Is Fair 1.... ..v- . . - -.-« Johnnie Dundee didn’t complain about meeting two men at once when he met the Singer Midgets, i n New York. One of them would not have been tall enough to hit hi m a fair blow. ___— Three Leading County Girls Teams Are Active Three girls basketball games have been arranged in which contenders for the Middlesex county girls’ cham pionship will participate. These con tests are scheduled for tonight and tomorrow night. The ltoosevelt Centers with a streak of eleven straight wins will play the Hyatt team at Newark tonight, the Dottas will meet c. suitable opponent on the Woodbridge High School court to morrow night and the South Amboy Independents are scheduled to play the New York P. It. It. team in the preliminary game on the South Am boy High School court tomorrow night. The Roosevelt girls have been de feating all comers on the court this season, and are at present a leading contender for county honors. The Centers have a return game pend ing with the Dottas of this'city, at$o with the South Amboy indepen dents. Outside of these two teams the Wheeler girlc of Carteret can be considered in the running for cham pionship honors. The Centers will use their regular lineup in the game on the Newark court tonight. The opponent of the Dotto jjirls for llie game on the Woodbridge court tomorrow night has not been made known. The Dottas will line up in regular fashion. There is great interest in the game between the South Amboy Indepen dents and the New York F. It. it. team. Miss S. O’Connor will play with the F. R. R. team while the In dependents will lineup with the Misses Bennett, Forgotson. Miller and Thom and possibly one Fertli Amboy player. ■ TO PUY HERE WiJI Oppose Y. M. H. A. on Court Tomorrow Night The Danbury Separates, a combi- , nation with a big reputation, are ' scheduled to oppose Manager I. De vine’s local Y. M. H. A. basketball j team on the loca. court tomorrow l night. The Y. M. H. A. team is meeting and defeating all comers I this season, only two combinations having beer, successful against Man- 1 ager Devine’s team to date, the Yorxville Separates and the Wood- i bridge Parish House quintet. According to reports received m | this city the Danbury Separates are ] rated as ore of the best New York j teams to be booked for a game in ( this city during the present season. If this combination can register a ■ victory over the local association i team, the victory will be an impres sive one for Manager Devine's team is playing great ball. It is expected that Charley Slier, mainstay of the Tottenville team will be back in,the association lineup for this game. Against a team rated as : high as the Danbury combination every effort should be made to have j the strongest local team on the court. If Slier plays it is likely that Dowen- , kopf, Seiiwartzman, Parker and Newmark will occupy the other four positions at the start of the game. The Y. Si H. A. team has won seven games atnd lost two to date 1 this season. Coach Kobcrt S. Wad dell of the local High School is ex pected to be the eleventh man on the floor for the game tomorrow- night ( Arrangements are being made for a seriei of games between the Y. M H. A. and Speedway teams. Intermediate Game Cancelled The contest between the Y. M. H. A. Intermediates and the Tottenville Juniors which was scheduled to be i played In Tottenville last night was cancelled by the latter team. Triangles T$out Stars Tlie Triunglc basketball team re- : cently defeated the Washington : Street All Stars by a score of 54-4. The Triangles also claim a victory j over tho Hall Avenue All Stars by a score of 4H-18. 1 veil! T’o • Boys at X. •!. Homo JAMESBURO, Jan. i—New Year’s; was observed at the Home for Boys when a reception was tendered the officers and their wives Saturday night, when a big time was enjoyed by the 150 invited guests. With the observance of coming of the N' ' Year the officers made the opening of their pew club house ail event of interest also. The eomniittoe in charge was Ihr, Welfare Club of the Home and the entertainment furnished was cards dancing, the evening terminating with a banquet. Mrs. Clifford Mor- I ton, chef at the Home prepared the J banquet. If YOU have some special want to be satisfied — call the EVENING NEWS and ask for an ad taker. . BAKEUTE LEAD I FACTORY TEAM - I Take 2 Out of 3 Games! From Atlantic Terra Cotta Last Night Standing in Industrial Volley Hall Lragoe » P. \V. D. PC Bakelito .5 4 1 .800 A T »' .3 3 3 .600 A. S. & R.5 3 3 .600 IT. s. Cartridge .5 3 3 .600 S. U. C.5 3 3 .600 Dry Docks .........5 3 3 ,600 Dead Works .5 1 4 .300 R. & If.5 0 5 .000 The General Bakelito Company's volley ball team last niglit defeat ed the Atlantic. Terra Cotta'a crack combination in two out of three games played in the industrial league. The Bakelite team won the first game 15-3, Terra Cotta men annexed the second game by a one point margin, 15-14. and the Bake lite men took the third 15-3. Play ing with the winners were Cornelius, Kardos, Parker, Peakes, Hallozky. Grzesgovick, Shrimpe. Terra Cotta team consisted of Zalari, Janderup, Anderson, Wort, Buckhurst and Hul ligan. The Standard Underground Co hie Works defeated the Dead Works men in two straight games, 15-5 and 15 l l, the last game being one of the hardest fought during the night. The Cable men had Totin, Sullivan. Hole man, A. Gardella, Dover, Von Dag genhausen and Ryan, while the Dead Works used Ernst, Pfeiffer, Mitru slia .Muscilli, Herron and McCreery. It took three games for the U. C. Cartridge team to win from the A S. and R combination. The firs', game was one sided the Cartridge combination winning 15-1. In the second game, however, the tables were turned and the Guggle men won 15-13. The third game was the closest of the match, the score be in 15-11. Playing with the Cartridge team were Burns, Baldwin, Smoyak, Morrissey, llornsbey and Rareoinbe. Th6 Smelters had Melko, Spear, Gloff, A. Wilson, Quinn, Frantic. The Dry Docks won two games from the R. & H. team by forfeit* the Chemists failing to appear. PERTH AMBOY ELKS TO ROLL AT JERSEY CITY The Perth Amboy “Bills'' will travel to Jersey City tomorrow night to howl the representative Elks team of that place in a slate league match. Other games scheduled for tomor row night are, Rahway ut Elizabeth, Union Hill at Bayormo, Paterson at Itessaic, Newark gt Hoboken and Plalnfle'd at Rutherford. The result of these games should have a big ef fect on the standing of the clubs. At the present time Hoboken is first Passaic and Paterson are tied for second place. Plainfield is next, and the Perth Amboy and Union Hill teams aro next in line. Woodbridge Teams Arrange Big Series Mike Trainer’s Knights of Colum bus basketball team of Woodhridge will return to the court tomorrow night after a week’s layoff. The Caseys are scheduled to plg£ the Rahway Collegian* and the game will be played on the Woodhridge high school court. Announcement has been made of the arranging of a live gain a series between the Caseys and the Parish House team to decide the championship of Woodhridge. The Rahway ten in is expected to come t'j Woodhridge with the pick of basketball material from the Union comity town, while the Caseys will take tho court with their regular lineup. Tho first game of tho series be tween the K. of C and Parish House teams will be played on the High School court, January 12. Accord ing to the terms of this series tho team winning three games will be declar' d the champion. The games will bo played on Tuesday and Thursl.i; nights, the form*> Jiehig the Parish House team’s home night. The second game of the series will be p'ayed on January 24. Suzanne Tries Golf f'« » ]t may or may not bo true that Suzanne J-englen. European ten nis champion, lias quit the court game, as reported, but it is true tlia t she lias taken up golf. Here she is learning to drive at Nice, France. it YOU want something, tell every body by using a classified ad. PAIGE REDUCES PRICES Effective January 2, 1922 6-66 Lakewood, 7-Passenger Touring - - - - $2195 6-66 Larchmont II, Sport Type ------ 2245 6-66 Daytona, 3-Passenger Roadster - - - - 2495 6-66 Sedan, 7-Passenger - -- -- -- - 3155 6-66 Limousine, 7-Passenger ------ 3350 6-66 Coupe, 5-Passenger.diu*/ 6-44 Touring, 5-Passenger ------- 1465 6-44 Sport Type, 4-Passenger.1595 . 6-44 Rdadster, 3-Passenger ------- 1465 6-44 Sedan, 5-Passenger -.. . 2245 6-44 Coupe, 4-Passenger - -- -- -- - 1995 Cord Tires Standard Equipment on all Models All Prices F. O. B. Factory, Tax Extra. * -5 Central Garage 225 New Brunswick Ave. Perth Amboy, N. J.