UOPWA SPORTS ARE IN FULL SWING

Blaler, Frank

UOPWA Sports Are in Full Swing by FRANK BLALER The Union of Office and Professional Wojckers of America. Local 16, New York, has gone for sports and recreational activities in a big way....

...F High-Class Play ¦St...
...having teams from Stamford, BridgeBert...
...Also he had to stick the pole firmly into the earth at the exact spot...
...onsecutive weeks of soccer Lsn played on Sundays with L jsa alternately at James KtJjfld...
...8^4 in- performed on a smooth, hard-rolled cinder runway...
...a source of ¦ifotiimtioo and koowi-eelge...
...The men's K est a different story, with C(t2, 1LCWU national champs ¦ ^pSt, getting away to a good K hr overwhelming the Knit^Vfjnion five by the score of is* fc.f£WU Basketball League: K^swaae to hold their games on ^Lrsreaingi and Saturdays from K>**- until 9:30 p. m. at«the Eenat Cym, from now on until Host af March...
...tul if the Bhsssmakers' unioas^cootioue to Be**, the lsagua will no longer flsstidered top-heavy, ¦h standing e< the league as a* ¦saber, 14th it as follows: I Won Lost Tied Points %i 10...
...Dance music is ^Lposlby a well known orchestra KjJ4 p- nt...
...V jfcey are, taknxg Stag pert i« the eodenjror to ¦l place for labor *»ortt in, En, Bsek«th»ll Usenet w4J be, Kd for Connecticut end New JsjjPa^Iy ssmjilar to .the situation...
...This issue of the Sport Call does not give the standing of the clubs, due to three protest games...
...New Jersey...
...The ItaskotbsJl.^eague schedule started with an exciting game op November 6 and will run for It weeks...
...Make it a yu'teetrut voice in yotar district...
...Now and Then by JERRY SCHLENKER The question nhtthti modern" athletic record breakers are greater athletes than those of the 90s has always led to much controversy- Perhaps the following i data will help to settle some disputes and arguments on that scoreTake the pole-vaulting record which is close to 15 feet today;., in the 90's it was I I feet...
...Friends and sympathizers turned out in full force...
...JefKfield, Brooklyn, and exhibi¦getes played at Starlight Park KssSday that finds the New ¦lAsttKsni of the professional Bbubb League at homeMatersnd of play has been diaBrr sigh class, with four teams Btaf exceptional ability in the Bng and kicking game, Locals Wit, 117...
...On Saturday, November 20, the Yorkville DAAC held a Festival and Dance at their club quarters at 1501 Third Ave., New York City...
...less than 15 union teams ready to take the court by December 1st...
...Philadelphia, the Joint Board BsOresamakers' Union is enterKssam in the Ph.lod.lpUa 4*0 Lo*gue,.jhft J6rsjt.la.bpr body to function in tha ¦> <=i»X...
...W< (asste of play...
...The fun begins in about a month...
...Bssfrania and Connecticut are lard at work propping their Lhr the start of hostilities...
...The New Jersey League rivals the New York League fo strength, boastin* *f teams Irom locals ia Newark, Efovhath...
...Moreover, the athletes of yesterday did not "specialize" but some performed in as aaany as 11 events in one single afternoon...
...Perhaps, this could not be helped in forne esses- But in various other instances it was entirely the fault of the h°me club...
...So, our clubs and players better watch out if they do not wish to be penalized...
...Bronx, and Thos...
...Here goes Number One, repeatedly broken...
...All indiea-i tip OS point to the Connecticut league...
...3 0 I 7 ¦ 117....2 I 1 5 ¦ 2 2 6 4 < ¦j|3..,.l I 1 3 ¦ 22____I 2 I 3 ¦ S9..1.0 .1 0 . 03 I Out of Town Sports ¦ietbafl teams in...
...isaaw ana r ( *.-v- . jv« i ivw' fv »- . Boats*, ike Sport Cajl...
...Visiting teams have a period of fifteen minutes grace...
...ijjtb Street gym near First Avenue...
...2Yi in...
...In the 90s the record was 25 ft...
...and LfS)o% Ave...
...Is 3/5 sec...
...They want everyone to get a chance It practice...
...done on a grass runway, and not doss-cropped grass either...
...Union City, Bayopne, Smith River, and Plaisdjeld, willy.no...
...In the 99's a mile was run in 4 rain...
...1 Make it aerre yea...
...Ps^eraoru Passaic...
...an increase of 3 teams over last year...
...ayanhol ofc tha ihin§$ Am workers' . j^ati»moygsaentsUxidstoe I rym period at Heckscher Founda:ion every Thursdsy...
...an imstiriiie...
...Violators should keep in mind that if the home team or their field is not ready on time they have forfeited the game...
...Bergen County crossed the river in full strength and did its best to make the YorkvslW get-together a fine aad inspiring affair...
...The Sunday games are at Stuyvesant Hig$k School, I5lh Street and First A vs...
...New Heren., *ra*taprd...
...WSLA Soccer Teams Show Their Measure by H. R. W. OLIVER, Secretary-EDSU WSLA tyow .that all our Clubs have stow*, their aaenle in sever...
...U Soccer and basketball Take Spotlight By MILT SPIRO l^zfaacceufuny launching an Jjagae soccer schedule on OcK|gk the spotlight in 1LCWU ¦SajTwas turned to basketball, tTiaJ* °«but at Stuyvesant tT«xaool on Saturday, Novem^Tp^, before an overflow bouse ¦sjsikliy cheering and partisan EfegirU game Local 22 upset I pssa Dubinsky trophy holders, t fl, by a count of 21 to 19 in which was in doubt until the...
...an oryanitiny medium that reaches where even the best committees cannot fwrrcrjon...
...Starting time is 8 p. m. New Girls' Team Workouts are etill being heU ?^ Moudav at jb3jLftharo %t...
...by a pullman-car conductor who,' after being up op his job all night, ran that day on a rain-soaked clay track, finishing in leisurely fashion after his opponents had quit at the . three-quarter mark...
...6 4/5 sec, a time made by an athlete who had for years received the best of coaching and conditioning, a sane made under the most favorable weather conditions, made by giving foe last ounce of strength not to win but to break a record...
...In the 90's the vaulter performed with a long and heavy ash or spruce pole which logically handicapped bis running...
...The present broad jump record is 25 ft...
...12 Events in Afternoon Today the record for the mile run is 4 rain...
...He comes tearing down the runway, letting his pole glide into ti wooden chute, thereby not losing any of his running speed...
...These are only a few of tha numerous instances, which show that the athletes of yesteryear could hold their own with any athlete of today...
...MtYsrnon ajasl Jfew Rochelle...
...A girls' ,(asm if being organized and until we get a gysn for practice...
...Number Two, also repeatedly broken, is not having proper corner flags...
...All teams pjay once a week op either Saturday or Sunday night...
...That strange clicking sound you iear every time you come up to the union headquarters is the rapid-fire exchange of shots across the pingpong sable, end it's going full blast every night.- The Sports Committee is waiting a little longer before organising a ping-pong tournament...
...they are working out in our regular ¦Which rati atari last year...
...The modern pole vsuiter uses a lightweight bamboo pole with joints which keep the hands from slipping...
...games, it ia 4|me to call Mreij attention, to some ruhu (hat are all too lightly treated or conveniently ojvaxfopksd...
...Saturday, starves as» played at the' gym of the Institutional Syn., I 16th St...
...It is the home teams not having their fields ready on time...
...until the .wee hours KgStnurday nite...
...Inter-State Games On Sunday, November 21, the Inter-State Games were held on West Grantwood Field, Grantwood...

Vol. 20 • November 1937 • No. 68


 
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