Penn State collegian. (State College, Pa.) 1911-1940, April 19, 1940, Image 3
r Apri 19. no Lion Nine Meets Mkishipmen Here Tomorrow A "nappV! chamotsiott, white , clear through tannage,'A leather That can "take It" An ‘ eitra pair I,- of whites la a lutcuryon',can Yafford when you 'bpi:TREE NAM " ‘.`). Bottorf Bros. i , Corner Beaver and Allen lEws RASH relieve your p. . • you - fresh and alert while you Dotilkt.Otirri qi.3M' has the refreablitg flavor ant, smooth, velvety chewiness that make chewing delightful:Treat yourself to healthful, delicious,7i bountsmorr GUM today) , • W. , ' i Buy several packages of DOUBIEMItit GllO today e , , , , . . - 1940'S - MOST POPULAR , BAND " ' FOR JUNIOR' PROM • - , FEATURING I • • MARION' i - HUTTON & RAY EBERLE -„ - $4.00-(Talbeluded) Golf. Team Opens . Season Tomorrow Four Veterans Form Nucleus Of Links Team Beginning his Nth season as Penn State golf mentor, Bob RUM erford, Sr, will send his vaistty linksmen against the University of Pittsburgh golfers in the opening match on the College links tomor-' row With inclement golf weather holding up the anal selectioa of a team, Coach Rutherford will piob ably enter co-captains Kenny Klm gensmith and Bud Miller, Jack Brand, and Scotty Maxwell, all veterans from the 1039 team, against Pitt Comm row Play-offs today will detei mine the other two members of the vaisity.siv, with Bill Hublei, Who saw some action last yea!, holding a slight edge over other candidates A decided blow to Coach Ruto erford's plans was the announce ment that junior Don Leyden is in eligible for vaisity competition this yeas Don-had shown promise in early pic,^tice, and was looked upon as good vaisity Umbel Little information is available concerning the Pitt team since they, like State, have no winter schedule Coaclßutherford,'how ever, feels that weather conditions have handicipped Pitt also Tomorrow's match as well as , the three following with Washington & JelTolson, Ai my, and West Vir ginia, is listed as a pie-league game/with Penn State's first match in theAliddid Atlantic division of the - Eastern Intercollegiate Golf Association scheduled for May 4 at Ithaca, N Y Lion Lacrossemen Meet Cornell Here Tomorrow Thiel Drilling 'Attack' Half Of Team, Concentrating On Extra : Man Offense; Will Seek First Victory BY JOHN BAER 1 Determined to profit by the , unexpected rest gained by postpone ment. of the Swarthmore game, the Nittany stickmen,will tangle with Cornell on New Beaver Field at 2 10 p m tomoi row On the'surface the teams appedr to be equally matched, for neith ei has won a game this season But theie's a catch to this,' for the Bears are untried, having been foi er against Princeton. , State, however, is far from being an unknown quantity To date Lions have met Hobai t, Penn and Navy, and have lost to all three In practicelsessions Coach Nick Thiel has been : putting the attack half of the team through its paces, concentrating on an extra-man of fense During the Penn and Navy games State had an extra man on the field for a total of DT minutes but failed, to capitalize ' Carter to Start The only change in the opening lineup will be' at cover point, where Joe Cartel is scheduled to start in place %of Jack McHugh The rest of the team consists of Bud Dattelbaum tin home), Jim Three Veterans Lead Tennis Team Against Penn In Opening Match Today Courtmen Face Tough Assignment In Philadelphia; 3 Untried Men On• Squad; Meet Lehigh Tomorrow Led by•thiee varsity performeis [tom last year:Penn State's ten nis team opens its cuitent campaign against the formidable Univer sity of Pennsylvania aggregation in Philadelphia this afternoon in the first of two weekend matches Lehigh will Banish the opposition in Bethlehem tomoi row - - Only CaptainiJeri y. Goodman, Mac Weinstein, and Del Hughes re main (rein the'l939 squad which won seven out of 10 matches Last year's number one player and captain, Al Hi'debt and, and Gus Bigott, number three, have left tkeir'posts vacant. Weinstein will lead off against Izzy Bents, one of the outstand ing collegiate netmen in the East, in quest of his first victory over an old scholastic rival Follow ing him in the second and third spots will be Goodman and Hughes, who will ^face two star ,performers in Moiton Kline and Ed Kilgus, both instrumental in administering a 9-0 setback to the Lion forces in '39 Coach Ted Roethke, at the helm c,'lei srAlt COLLEGIAN ccd to cancel last Saturday's open- Riddell (out home), Co-captain Bait Buser Hirst attack), Jim Rit ter (second attack), Co-captain George Ritter (center), John Price (second defense), Roger Sharp (Slot defense), Hoit Drake (point), and Jack Yudin (goal) Cornell's main scoring threat will piebably manifest itself in the form of attackman Campbell, who tallied six goals last year as the Lions won, 11-7 Teamed with Campbell- will be erennan, second-string All-American A new coach, Ray Van Amman, will undoubtedly be an asset to the Bears Van Amman is a for mer John Hopkins mentor and coach of two Olympic aggi ega tons foi the second year, has selected two sophomores and a senior with `little varsity experience to fill the other three singles positions Tasting their first intercollegiate competition will be Chuck Bow man' and John Knode, a pair of promising newcomers Ted Les ko, a holdover from last season, is the number six singles player Ramsay to Play Five of the first six men will al so take to the nets in the three doubles matches Lesko in all probability giving way to Sopho more Bill Ramsay The Lion netmen are sorely handicapped by lack of outdoor practice, bad weather limiting them to only four days on the clay courts Both Penn and Lehigh have been in action twice this season, the former defeating the Engineei 4 R-1 in their 1940 open er PHA Cabinet Adds Two Mary .1 Seamy '42 and Jean F Weaver '42 have been named - to the PSCA Cabinet by President A John Currier '42 . Massachusetts Corporation of fers pleasant and profitable summer employment to under graduates and seniors. Use of a car necessary. Ability to speak in public helpful. No house-to house. Many undergraduates in past summers have found this association meets their financial needs. Write Box No. 528; West field, Massachusetts, for explan ations. Between The Lions With 808 WILSON I am not a disciples of the im- mortal Beethoven, a Benny Good man addict or a John Phthp Sousa student Neither am Y interested in Ferde Grote, Johann Sebastian Bach. or for that matter Rex Rock- well. ' I gnt my "1" in Hum Fishburn's Music 5 course, so that just about stamps me as anything BUT an authority on the art called music But regardless of my apparent lack of knowledge on this delicate subject, I am thoroughly convinced that there is , some definite tie-up between athletics and the perform ance of instrumental music. It Hum Fishburn's them y (and I warn you, it's a flimsy theory at that), that the muscular coordina tion and the manual dexterity )e -glared to play a flute, a violin of even a tuba is similar in many /a spects to the same coordination and dexterity that participation in any spm t calls for -,Take big Cliff McWilliams (bas ketball captain) for example. Big Mac sings, plays a wicked piano and has written two tunes that will make their debut in tonight's Thes pian show Big Mac is not alone In the same show is swimming captain-elect Bill Kiikpatrick, a member of the College Glee Club And with "Hu k" in the Glee Club is Kenny Ti . uhn, shortstop for Penn State's baseball Lions 'Joe Scalzo, 155-pound varsity wrestler, is another outstanding campus musician. Joe plays a tuba in the Blue Band, sings in the Glee Club and snaps a mean string bass. Hum Fishbui n wasn't contgpt to stick to the pi esent generation for proof of his fly-by-night theory He went back a couple of years and pointed out ease after case in cor nection with some of Penn State's mole Immo' tal athletes—like Hugo Bezdek, the violinist par excel lence, or Hinky Haines, a whirl wind piano player, or Mike Zelez nock, former EIBA champ and Glee Club sollust, or our own Dutch Herman, still an excellent violin ist Of course there was Dot Ander scinrienms star in '35 and the only girl ever to win a varsity S award and the only girl ever to be concert moister of the College Symphony. Not to mention psych prof Di • Lepley, a varsity fencer when in college and a piccolo player of thr. very, 112 , 4 calibre. Ch assistant Dean of Men Danny DeMarino, a brute of a man to be the expert mouth al ganist that he /, Mr. Fishburn rattled on. He told of Mike Palm, now co-owner with Doggy Alexander of the Old Grad Tavern in Philly Mike was a foot ball, track and baseball star when he was in school, and he played a piping-hot piano on the side. Back to the present generation again, n' t. Hum mentioned swim mer Don Schaper as a fine instru mentalist and a solo clarinetist in the Blue Band, varsity wrestler Midge King ..s a jitterbug drum mei,..swimmei Art Lehman as a baritone ham soloist, outstanding freshman football end Bob Davis as a talented pianist, and versa% grid guard Ted Nemeth as an ac complished fiddle player. "Oh. I could ramble on like this for hours," Hum yawned. "But you probably wouldn't know most of the people I would mention, so what's the use?" Just .. about that time Barney Ewell moped past where we were standing Barney was singing' to himself, just like Bai ney is always singing to himself Hum Fishburn looked at me and smiled. His bushy red eyebrows looked like fierce little brothers to his bushy red mustache "Do you see what I mean?" he asked. OMy Eighl Days Remain In Spring Football Season With only eight days remaining befOre the end of the spring foot balPseason, the Blues defeated the Green aggregation, 12-0 in TueS day's mtra-squad scrimmage While Craig White scored both totiOdowns for the winning train, It was Chuck Peters who dazzled the 4ew onlookers with his flashy open-field running which netted him substantial gains time after time , White scored first on a re verse:gooll‘for ten yards, and his second tally came as a result of a long pass from Ralph Venties,o, the entire play going for GO yards Sill Smaltz and Len Krouse starred for the Green forces, Eugene H. Lederer ''..7, REAL ESTATE 110E..Eleaiier Ave. Dial 4000 " 'State College Bastian Blanks Orangemen, 34) For Bth Victory Medlar Slated To Hurl Agaiiist Navy At 2:30 . By BOSS LEHMAN Ed Bastian did it again' Pitting his slight 1381 pound pitching strength against a danger ous Syracuse nine, the Nittany hurler subdued the Orange, 3-0, Wednesday for his eighth consec utive victory in two years Tomorrow, the Lions encounter Navy here, for the flrSt time since 1929 and will seek their 13th win out, of 19 games with the future Admirals Chuck Medlar will open the hostilities, which begin at 2.30 p m After ,lx and one-half scorelesi, innings, the Lions struck viciously at the Orangemen in the seventh when they tallied three marker,, featured by, Co-Captain Menzies sharp single to right field with the bases loaded With one out, Ken Truhn, Lion shortstop, stet led the rally whcri he singled to left field After John Ebersole fled to Pulaski, Bastian followed with a single to centPi , Truhn stopping at second Tally 3 in 7th Peany Gates gave the Lions their first run with a second hit to cen ter, and "Bud" Sherwin crammed the bases on an infield hit, setting the stage for Menzie's two-i un single Winning his first game as a start ing pitcher, the other seven being relief tilts, the slender Bastian curve-balled eight Syracuse bat ters into strikeouts and allowed only three scratch hits, while his teammates were gal nermg nine safeties from, Moran, Kane, and Ricey After suffering from a spring batting slump, Paul Menne snap ped back into hitting form with three ringing lose-hits besides handling SIX difficult chances at the hot coiner without a miscue Coach Joe Bedenk was com pelled to shake up his lineup after Frit, Seibel was injured at firsti l base during the West Virginia game Bill Debler moved in from 1 center field to replace Seibel and Sophomore John Ebersole played his (Mal game at the outfield post The box score Syracuse db r h o a e 'opp, 3b 4 0 0 2 3 0 O'Connoi, c. 4 0 0 1 1 0 Holly, of 4 0 1 1 0 0 Pulaski, If 3 0 0 1 0 0 Arnold, lb 3 0 0 8 0 0 Lynds, rt 3 0 I .1 0 0 Chesbiough, 2b 1 0 0 3 2 1 Thorne, ss 3 0 1 2 2 1 Moran, p 1 0 0 0 1 0 Kane, p 1 0 0 1 1 0 pOOO 0 0 0 x-MacPhall 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 30 0 3 24 10 2 a-Batted for Kane in eighth Penn State ab i h o a e Gates, If 4 I 2 0 0 0 Sherwin, rf 3 0 1 0 0 0 Menace, 3b 4 0 3 1 5 0 Debler, lb 4 0 0 10 0 0 Sapp, 2b 4 0 0 2 4 0 Valero, c 4 0 0 11 I 0 Truhn, ss 2 1 1 1 2 0 Ebersole, cf 4 0 1 2 0 0 Bastian, p 3 1 I s 0 2 I Totals 32 3 9 27 14 I Syracuse ' 000 000 000-0 Penn State 000 000 30x-3 Sacrifice ha Sherwin, Stolen bases Gates, Menzie, Ebersole, Double play—Thorne, Chesbrough and Arnold, Struck out—by Bas tian 8, Moran 3, Ricey 1, Base on balk—off Bastian I, Moran I, Ricey Umpires—Garr and Hancock A prize of $lOO is being offered Princeton undergraduates for a new Tiger football song. 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