Clipped From The Kane Republican
A;ofaHme CURUIILE VOTED INTO DISTRICT 3 LEAGUE Curwensville High school ust outside of Clearfield - became the seventh team in the District Nine Class A Basketball league at the annual annual league meeting yesterday afternoon afternoon at DuBois. Glen Henry, principal of Punxsu - tawney High school, presided at the meeting, ttided by the leagues sec - ' retary - treasurer, Charles Phillips, of . Brookville. Principal Roberty Low - J ry and Basketball Coach Matt j Rausch attended from Kane. j Curwensville became eligible for the league only recently when the' total enrollment in its upper four I grades exceeded 5(KI students. Its j team will play its first league game next season. Two other maor items of business to come before the league officials included the question of using Jay - vee players in varsity games and agreement on next season's league schedule. The officials approved a motion which states that no player may - play in both the Jayvoe game and the varsity game on the same night. The ruling does not apply this year and U effective at the start of the 1936 - 57 season. The question of whether a Jay vee player can play in a varsity gnme came up during last week's Knne - Clearfield game. Clearfield Coach Miles Smith fefused to allow Rausch to send a Jiyvee player into th game. Clearfield officials explained yesterday that teams in their area have not allowed a player to play in both games on the, same night for years. They had assumed. In correct )v, that Kane recognized the same rule. Officials from the league schools agreed, again, to send lists of pros - pective game officials to engue op - ponents for approval well in advance .