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Moffatt To_ Start. As Lion Cagers
Scott . ' Moffatt, veteran court
Campaigner, will break into the
starting. Nittany lineup for the
first time this year when the Lion
cagers engage 'Susquehanna in
Rec Hall at 8 o'clock tonight.
Moffatt reported late for prac
tice and . consequently was not in
top condition for the first three
games. He will replace sopho
more Johnny Silan at a front line
Other :starters will be- the same
as usual:: Captain Johnny. Barr
will team with Moffattp-at - the for- .
ward pdsitions, Herky Baltimere,
high-scoiing sophOmore, will be at
center, and juniors Elmer Gross'
and Dick. Grimes are slated to be
the starting guards.
The visiting passers will try to
accomplip something Which a
Susquehanna team has never been
able to - do—beat Penn State in
basketb.4ll. The teams have met
16 times•since 1904 with the Lions
the victors every time. - • •
As a result the Crusaders will
be ready to shoot the works. Po
tentially they're • a great . team—
one which• Coach Amos Alonzo
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Stagg, Jr., calls "Perhaps the•best
outfit in our history." •
'Starting. for the invaders will
be Captain Don - Ford and Gene
Smith at forwards, Phil Templin
at center, and Blair Heaton and
Knobby Walsh at guards.
Ternplin.and Ford were the
leading .point-getters on;last year's
Susquehanna...quintet' .and • 'ina.V
provide nlenty of trouble for Barr
and * Co. ' before the „night's Over:
Playing a . 20-game schedule,
Templin, used his six
inches cif height '•to . up 192
points while-Ford,: only five feet,
seven ' inches, was - . - clo.se - behind
With 184. - .
Gene Smith, the other Crusader
forward, may also, take plenty of
guardmg. Playing as a Jay .Vee
last, year he took part in 17 games
and accounted foii better than 10
points per contest.
Guards Heaton and Walsh bal
ance %the visiting court Outfit by
supplying much-needed defensive
ability and all-around floor play.
Each pla'yin'g his : first . .season: as
a - regular. - •
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RN HALL Thursday ; December-19th 9-12
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
15 Boxers Win
1940 IM Crowns
Penn State's own "diamond
belt" championships—the annual
intramural boxing tournament—
ended with a flurry of fists as 15
new champions, eight fraternity
and seven independent boxers,
won their laurels in the finals in
Rec Hall last night.
The 14-bout card reached its
climax in the 155-potind class
when Max Peters '42, Alpha Chi
Sigma, winner of the 145-pound
crown last year, was given the
nod over Iry Jontow '42, Phi Sig
ma Delta, in a decision the capa-
City crowd hooted through two
follpwing bouts. "Whirlwind"
'Peters . was thought by many, to
have taken Jontow's left on the
chip. as he carne rushing in too of
ten to win the fight.
Barney Ewell '42 furnished the
sub-climax as he neatly dodged
Ben Snipas '43 to win the 165
pound independent title. Ewell
won the 155-poUnd championshiP
120-pound: Tom Walsh '44, - Phi
Kappa, defeated Mowery Goetz
'43, Alpha Chi Sio.
127-pound: Chuck Ridenour '43,.
Phi Dell, defeated Charles Chal
font '4l, Sigma Nu.
135-pound:_ Bill Scheabacker
'44, Phi Kappa Sig, defeated Mort
Blaustein, Ganima Sig.
145-pound: Leo Russell '44,
KDR, defeated Chuk Flock '43,
155-pound: Max Peters '42, Al
pha Chi Sig, defeated Iry Jontow
'42, Phi Sigma Delta.
165-pound: Bill Lipenski '4l,
AGR, defeated Carl Zeigler '4l,
175-pound; Dick Carlton '42,
AZ, defeated Jay Gross '44, Gam
Unlimited: Nick Raveri '44, Al
pha Phi Delt, won by forfeit from
Jack Kelly '44, KDR.
120-pound: Bill Stanley '43 de
feated Jim Patterson '42.
' 127-pound: Sam Harry '44 de
feated Clair Hess '43.
135-pound: Bill Lawrence '42
defeated Max Hanna '44.
145-pound: Lloyd George '43,
defeated Bob Burak '42.
155-pound: Stan Marcus '44
defeated Jim Williams '42.
165-pound: Barney Ewell '42,
defeated Ben Spipas '43.
Unlimited: Ben Slaviter '44 de
feated Stan Goldberg '44.
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Varsity Tankers Defeat
In the second intra-squad
meet on Saturday, Coach Bob
Galbraith's varsity - swimmers
splashed their way to a 46-26
victory over the frosh tankmen,
almost a repeat of their 43%-
22 1 / 2 win laSt Tuesday. • .
John Miller starred for the
yearlings by, winning, both the
220-yard and 400 -yard frge style,
finishing 48 seconds ahead: of the
field. in the latter event. ••
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Froth Ma!men Prepare
For Inter-Class Meets
With hopes of shaping up a
freshman squad that will make a
commendable showing in the
Inter-Class meets that will be held
immediately following Christmas
vacation, Coach Charlie Speide3
has been running his first-year
grapplers through intensive trials
on the Rec Hall mats.
136-pound class—Wagner deci
145-pound classßubright pin
ned 'M angus, Procter pinned
165-pound .. class—Redman deci