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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1940
it - Milgoc• ..64,..,.f 1 0 7 4;13 9 .ting IM'S
~; -MITE DICK PETERS
That - arMual• knock-em-down,
drag- emr:out, push-ern-up, one
ring; circus—the- boxing intramtir
als- gOt off to 'a- terrific start
terday and wilt continue• through
the, next few days . . . Harry
Robb; NittanY ''grid 4 captain. in
1918; "will be acting as umpire for
the Washington Redskins-Chicago
Bears pro championship struggle
on Sunday . . . Just to show you
hour futile and .meaningless these
.All l -Ainerican: - teams are, refer' to
the United Press selections which,
came out yesterday.. . . Hiemenz
of -Northwestern. Who on Sunday'
was named first 'string center by
the Hearst pickers, could only'
make fifth choice ono the: UP squad
- . Our own. Gajecki, picked for
'the East-West: fracas, who was
second on. the, Hearst pivot
choices,. was seventh. UP center
• . authorities were urged
• by, 'telegram to listen, in. an the.
_Wate Smith radio . program to
- night, at which time 33' football
Players will be made watch
awards for 1940 grid feats . . .
Which may. mean Penn State will
have a gridder among the 33, or
' which- - may just be a • publicity
stunt . Things are still' buzzin:
in Neil Fleming's office over the
'cross-country, managerial fiasco.
A. trade by fraternities was
yurhored long before the elections
took -place, and- the AA Board
used their constitutional.' right: of
overruling the elections to a good
advantaji . Wliat now remains
to be discovered is the other half
of, tthe trade which didn't mater
ialize . . In case you're wonder
ing,. the Lion basketball teams in
the- past have knocked W. and J.
cage aggregations off 12 times,
and, have- dropped but four games
to .the Presidents since the series
. began . . . The AAU's recent con
demnation of Tommy Harmon for
accepting do=re-nisi for radio •
On WU Quintet
Seven lettermen. from last year
will be included on. the - squad
i which, Adam Sanders, Washington
, and Jefferson coach, will lead in
to. Rec Hall when the : Wash-Jeff
basketball team battles the Lion
five in the first game of the sea
son- at.B.p. m. tomorrow.
The visiting quintet will. be vir
tualrY the same as the high-scor
;Mg team which won-16 , out. - Of 20
games last year—including a 35-26
upset of the Nittany cagers.
Chief threats to a State victory
be' a trio of veteran •W&J"
courtmen, How Tidrick, Chuck
Reynolds and HaL Giesler. Other
letter winners on the President
squad are Al Reece; Wally- Kette
,well, Jack Wilson and Ted Skokos..
State Coach John Lawther
.probably include two. sophomores
;—Herk Baltimore and Johnny Si
lan—on his starting team. Haiti
more will play at center and Snail
is slated: to get one, of the guard
: posts unless 'Scotty Moffatt, hold
,over letterman,- wins. tkie; assign
Captain JOhruiy Barr,. Dick
:Grimes,. and Elmex Gross, are sure
starters at the other three posi
tions. As usual; Barr will play
one of the guard 'positions and
Grimes and Gross will . team 'to
gether- on 'the forward line. _
A resident of Arlington; Va., has
invented an electrically operated
blower to, be mounted at one end
of a• kitchen sink to dry dishes as
rapidly_ as they are washed: •
broadcasting, and their statement
that his presence in, the East-
West game - will -injure-the ama
teur standings. of' all other play-,
ers in the. game,, is about as, silly
as any we've ever heard . •. . why
should Leon Gajecki, Penn State,
be penalized because Tom. Har
mon, Michigan, wants to, make a
little on the side?
PATRONIZE LOCAL STORES
, THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
4 Technical knockouts
Severiteen spirited boxers drove
their way into the second round
of the Intramural Boxing Cham
pionship before a crowd of 400 in
Rec Hall yesterday afternoon.
Four technical knockouts thrill
ed the audence, while 12. bouts
were won by decisions, and a for
feit decided one match. •
Today's bouts, about 18 of
them, will• begin at 4• p. m. Re
ferees today were , Danny DeMa
rino, Joe Miller, and Dr. Arthur
F. Davis. Major Francis Heraty
and •Chick Werner were judges.
There will be no bouts tomorrow.
120-pound. class:. Amy McGill.
SPE, decisioned' Milt Scholla, Sig
ma Nu; Tom Walsh, Phi Kappa,
decisioned John McCreary, KDR.
135-pound: Mort Blaustein,
:Gamma Sig, won by forfeit- from
Frank _Mayberry, Sigma Phi Sig
ma; Leo Konigstein, Beta Sig, de
'cisioned. Dave• Mackey', Sigma Nu.
145-pound: Bob Kurtz, DU, de
cisioned. Ed Tintelnot, SPE; Leo.
RuSsell, KDR. decisioned Bill
Simpson, Lambda Chi Alpha.
155-pound: Jantow TKOed
Flynn; Ed McGinley decisioned
Stew Burns, Phi. Gam.
165-pound: Lipenski TKOed
Blommers;. Carl Zeigler, Sigma Pi,
decisioned Carl Maier, Lambda
120-pound: Stanley TKOed Mc-
127-pound:, Sam , Harry deci
sioned Sam Fromm.
:135-pound: Max Hanna—ne
phew of Roy Hanna, former Lion
boxing "captain--41ecisioned Saul
Sorin. • •
145-pound: Blotzer TKOed
Rosenblatt; Bob Burak decisioned
155-pound: Jim deci
sioned Ed Martin.
185-pound:• Ben Snipas decis
ioned Noss Manley.
Managerships, Letters .
Awarded ht Three Sports
(Continued from Page. One)
W. Fickenscher '42 (freshman
Varsity letters to J. Ned Cor
man '42,_Richard L. Dearborn '42,
J. Donald Durain '4l, F. Robert
Ernst '4l, Harold W. Freeman '43,
Annibal J. Galindo '42, Gazexer
G, Green, Jr., '4s, Van A. Hart
man '4l, Allen N. Heck '43, Walt
rar R. Hosterman'4l . captain),
Woodrow W. King.:'42, .ZenoPhOn
P. Laskaris '41,. •Donald• Megrail
.'42, Charles 'L. Taylor 'A and
Roger S. Findley '4l (manager).
Special soccer awards to Paul
F. Gans '4l, (associate manager),
Robert L. Ruttenberg '4l (asso
ciate manager), and Thomas C.
Culp '42 (freshman manager).
Cross-country varsity awards
to Alekander L. Bourgerie "42,
•Vernard H. Kotz '42, William. J.
Smith '4l (captain), Chester E..
Snyder '4l, Harold L. Thiel '42;
gnd G. Edward Spencer '4l
Special cross-country awards to
William. M. Lewis '4l (associate
manager) and Roland G. Young
"42 (freshman manager).
Freshman numerals for football
were awarded to John R. Ban
bury, James H. Bonham, Bernard
-Broslsy, Aldo. Cenci, Daniel pi-
Midlo, Robert E. Drake, Robert
D. Halpin, Eugene Hummel, John
J Jaffurs, Edmund Kochis, Jo
seph Kraynack,. Ermil B. Mann,
Charles McFarland, Russell Mon
Meryl W. Mundwiler, John
Patsklan, Quentin Peters, George .
I. Purnell, Paul Schlegel, Harry
S.. Snyder, Serverince Stefanon,
James W. Thompson,. Robert J.
Wallace, Robert L. Walters, Rob
ert Winter; •
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