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  • Hawks Obtain Levinsky for $10,000

    "Streaky" Alex Levinsky, the Jewish lad who was signed by the New York Rangers last year with so much pomp and circumstance, has been sold down the river to the Chicago Black Hawks. This action does not mean that Alex has been relegated to the limbo of a minor sextet. The Black Hawks are one… More ▸

  • Unbeaten Nyu Quintet Plays Tonight

    The Violet basketball team will try to extend its consecutive winning streak to twenty-two games when it meets the strong Georgetown quintet tonight in the Heights gymnasium. The next night the formidable Hall of Fame five tackle the Fordham team in a traditional and colorful game. The game with the lads from Georgetown should not… More ▸

  • Slants on Sports

    Barney Ross was selected in a poll by sports writers throughout the country as the outstanding boxer of 1934 … He was chosen the leading light-weight, the second best welterweight and the ranking junior welterweight fighter of the world … Maxie Baer was second to Barney in the national poll as the outstanding scrapper …… More ▸

  • Slants on Sports

    New York University’s quintet, which swept on to a whirlwind finish last season to give the metropolis its first undefeated basketball team in a quarter of a century and gain complete recognition as the outstanding five in the East, is on the way again. The Violet scored an impressive triumph over the court squad of… More ▸

  • Slants on Sports

    One of the favorite sports in Palestine is placing two scorpions in a saucer and then betting on the outcome of the inevitable fight. . . .Abe K#shey, one of the better burpers rassled against Louis Rice, another Jewish grunt and groan artist, in a small town in Nevada named Kreplich. . . .The first… More ▸

  • Slants on Sports

    Sidney Heitner, former table tennis champion of the country, is trying a comeback. He hopes to defeat Solly Schiff, the tiger of table tennis tournaments. Sid scoffs at the ferociousness of football or lacrosse. He laughs at the rigors of rugby or hockey. And it is with a sneer that he condescends to speak of… More ▸

  • Slants on Sports

    Aaron Greenwald, the twenty-one year old football player on the 1934 City College football team, died Sunday night of injuries suffered in the N. Y. U. game on November 10 at Ohio Field. Twenty thousand football fans remembered that thrilling, gruelling, one-sided gridiron battle between two old rivals. New York University was meeting City College… More ▸

  • Slants on Sports

    The bike was invented by a Frenchman 249 years ago. . . . The Long Island University quintet, led by Kramer, has scored 129 points in two games. . . . They are known as the point -a-minute men. . . . Football coaches throughout the country are favoring a wide-open game to stand up… More ▸

  • Slants on Sports

    The sensational success of the New York American hockey team has been attributed to the strong forward wall of Schriner, Chap-man, and Carr. Allan Murray’s work on the defense has been a potent factor in the winning streak of the Star Spangled laddies. Joe Simpson was rather optimistic at the beginning of the season and… More ▸

  • Slants on Sports

    Coming home from Philadelphia after watching a thrilling and colorful clash between the Army and Navy football teams, your scribe was full of Chanukah spirits. The boys who had worked in the press box during the afternoon were telling tall tales and passing an even longer bottle that was intercepted every so often but never… More ▸