1937-38 Northern D9

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1937-38 Northern D9 - E I r, H T TIMES-MIRROR. MONDAY, TEBRUARY 28,...
E I r, H T TIMES-MIRROR. MONDAY, TEBRUARY 28, 1938 IWARREN. PA Warren and St. Marys Meet at Kane High Friday Advance Ticket Sale Is Started at Local School Office Today DO YOU KNOW—? Mirror By El Hildum Warren and St. Marys High school cagers will meet at uie ivane feyni next i^’nclay nignt to uecide tne championsnip of the Isorthern Class A i^eague of District District Nine, F. 1. A. A., it was announced announced Saturday following a meeting in Kane. Tickets for this game went on sale at the high school oftice here _______________ , i^t noon today. The ducats will ' be available here until Wednesday All wa* quiet in the dressing evening, it was stated, room of the V^arren High school, According to J. B. Leidig, direct- Dragons. The team had just won ^ athletics at the local high over Bradford in the final game ] gchool, only 450 tickets have been on the schedule of the Blue and assigned to Warren. The same White. The members of the local „^mber will be sold to St. Marys team iiad dressed slowly, fans, with the remaining 100 go- eral of them were t^ing off mg to Kane followers of league Blue and Uhite uniforms for the, At Saturday’s meeting it was decided decided that the price for the game will be fifty cents for both students students and adults. Officials of Warren and St. Marys High schools will be in complete charge of arrangements for Friday night’s game. It was decided that the game will get under way at 8:15 o’clock with no preliminary. Doors at the last time. Suddenly, from the office of the Beatv school came a call for Coach “Heinie” Kolplen. The mentor mentor of the Dragons went to the phone, over which Bradford s coach, Fred Paige, had been reporting reporting the scoring to the Bradford Bradford Era. Then, for the first time, came news of Sheffield’s amazing \1c- torj' over St. Marys. At flrst the ^ ^ local coa<^h wouldn't believe itJ ^ to Johnny Nelson, sports editor oi , ^ the Bradford paper, had a ♦impi convincing C-oach Kolpien harrt ’ seats in plenty of time; for the game. ^ As the Kane gym seats but 1000, that the fans, only tickets not sold here, in other ch^ce to take the North Marys and Kane before the, L«a^e chainpionshlp. i game will be placed on sale at the : f" f fUn* th^i ^ate. If the complete allotment j toat the most I Is sold before the game in each I Plaee, there will be no gate .ale. Tears was an actual fax't, his face brolie into a great smile and he ptarted back to the dressing room to tell the boys. On hifi heels were W. E. LAitz, father of “Bill” Lutz who stars for the Dragons, and your correspondent. correspondent. Players Go Wild When the trio arrived at the door of the dressing room the players still were quiet. They were listening to Director of Athletics Officials for the game were dis-, cussed at Saturday’s meeting, but no definite decision was reached, according to Director of Athletics Leidig. Two officials will be used. Their names will not be announced | until the day of the game, It was j stated. I The winner of Friday night’s game will meet Mt. Jewett, Class | B champion in the northern division division of District Nine, on Tuesday. March 8 , probably at Bradford. ; „ Those who attended Saturday’s} J. B. Lfildlg who discxmralng, jj^eeting from Warren Included; on some topic or other—we dont' ^ Bathurst, principal; J. B. know what. I Leidig, director of athletics, and • A» Coach Kolplen opened the i h . G. Kolpien, basketball coach, door, all faces turned toward him. j present from St. Marys were Sup- The Dragon mentor, putting on erintendent of Schools Lynch and hi» best pol^r face, said In a hush-1 Leonard T. Kelly, principal and coach. G. H. Rickert, of Kane, a member of the District Nine committee, committee, also attended the session. ¡¡L£D m &&TeN BASHifenL scom& IN K^Sj ALTMU&H H is T eam W 3 /V OA/iy ONE ¿■BA6U£ GAMi? Answers to the Krenz cartoon will be found on this page Individual Scoring Title In Northern League Taken By St. Marys Higii Player _ The 1938 individual scoring | championship of the Northern Class A league of District Nine will go to Burr Valentine, star' center of the St. Harys High school quintet, according to unofficial unofficial records compiled by the Times-Mirror. The Dutch flash registered 72 field goals and 22 i fouls during the 12 -game schedule ; for a total of 166 points. Second place In the current scoring scoring race goes to Paul Weaver, outstanding member of the Warren Warren High team, which is tied with the St. Marys five for the league leadership. He tallied 53 field goals and 31 fouls for a total of 137. Pierotti, of Kane, is third with 114 points, while Captain John Jackson and Jimmy Phelan, of St. Marys, tied for fourth with 112 apiece. “Tink” Wolfe, of the locals, locals, is the only other man to pass the century mark, having 107 points. While Valentine registered the most field goals, the foul point to- ral of Weaver was tops in the cir- 'uit. The local boy turned in some )utstanding work from the charity ne during the season and has ai very high percentage. ; St. Marys, whose high-scoring | combine was the sensation of the! league race, had a team total ofj Because of the large number of 503 points, registered on 212 field ^ big scores being rolled at both the goals and 79 foul points. W’arren i Arcade and Elk alleys, the honor finished second with 408 points, roll during the balance of the sea- while Kane came in third with 367. son will contain names of men who Paced by Weaver, the Dragons | have 210 or better and women who also carried oft’ the team mark for! have 170 or better, most foul points during the season. Temple Triumph HONOR ROLL Elks Rapp ...............................212-211 Bleech ....................................243 Fraring .................................217 Miller .................................219 Grosch ...................................212 Willard ..................................232 Jacobson (Titusville) ....217 Arcade Joy .........................................210 Clepper .................................236 N. Wooster .........................238 Stanton .................................212 Plscher ..................................215 Ross ......................................237 Holcomb................................218 flandinelli .............................210 Lundquist .............................215 Raleigh .................................233 Mrs. Ruggles .......................181 Mrs. Lawson .......................179 Mrs. Raleigh .......................178 Mrs. Greenlund ...................177 Mrs. Miller...........................17’7 In a postponed match rolled at the Elk drives yesterday afternoon, Lewis Market took three points from Printz Clothiers. Rapp came through with a 611 SHEFFIELD BIG FIVE IN RALLY TO DEFEAT ERIE ed voice: “Fellows, something terrible terrible has happened. Six of Bradford’s Bradford’s suits are missing.” Then, as “Oh’s”, and “Ah’s” iPiere heard throughout the room. Coach Kolplen’s face broke Into a big grin as he said, “No, fellows. What I came to tell you was that we still have a chance!” “They didn’t.”’ “It couldn't be!” “Did Sheffield really beat St. Marys?” And when the players, too, were; convinced that the 8 t. IVIarys quint “Moose” Bellingham, 6 foot 81 center; Arrowsmith, Factica and! “Six” McCallion. Korchak, with 14, points, topped the Big Five In j scoring, Bob Hart being next In ; line with a total of 8 . t The Erie G. E. Techs were defeated defeated in the preliminary by the | O’Connor Machine Company quin-1 tet, 32 to 28. Chase and Johnson, i I Warren players, appeared in the lo- I cals’ lineup, the former player JEFFERSDN AND M’CLINTOCK IN LOOP VICTORIES collecting 82 to finish three ahead of St. Marys in this department. After leading in the defensive department during most of the season, the Dragons were forced to finish In second place, when __^ 4 .V. Kane’s W’olves limited a dozen op- th^way. ponents to 303 points. Warren' finished second, allowing only 311 points In 12 games. Unofficial records: Individual Scoring G FG FP Valentine. SM .12 Sheffield, Feb. 28—’The Sheffield Big Five, staging a sensational ral- BUTTER KRUSTS TOP W. HICKORY powerful Erie G. E. A. A. basketball basketball team at the Auditorium last night to avenge an earljer defeat inflicted by the Genelcos. With about one mmute of play j remaining, after Johnny Petru- ®«tter Krusts basketball! ney’s successful foul toss had tied bwke^oos^ \fttV the^^^^ defeated West Hickory on: the count of 34. “Joey” Korchak 5 ^?Ur.”he C A “urt here Satur- came through with hi, ninth field again, for they began to think , about the coming game \^ith the led the bakers with 14 points, tie and win the game for the lo Dutchmen. i '^’hile J- Dudlck was high for West was a determined group of: Hickory with nine. It __ _ _________ „ ^ boys who trouped out of the Beaty ; Lineups: gym Friday night. .\ll were happy Hest Hickory to overflowing, and everj man had FG in his heart the determination to | S. Kinnear, f.............0 upset the St. Marys jinx. | G. Dudick, f...............0 — j K. Kinnear, f.............0 Praise Sheffield ] Pascarella, c .............1 Nothing was too good to say Murphy, c..................0 about the Sheffield basketballers | J. Dudick, g...............3 after the word came that they had j Ciljear, g .................. 2 downed St. Marys. Most of the' — Warren players were agreed that 6 they owed the Wolverines a treat; Butter Krusts of some kind for the job. In fact, FG Coach Kolplen was almost Inclined Birch, f ...................... 1 to go right to Sheffield and treat igjers, f ....!!!.*!!.*! 0 Coach Tom Drummond to a big Mulvev, f ]*.*.!!!*.! i! 6 dish of Ice cream, or something. CheckI c ...*!!!!!!*! 5 cals. Gene Munson, fouled just as the final whistle sounded, made Although the Dragons were unable unable to whip St. Marjs in two meetings, they managed to finish on even terras with the Dutchmen. First it was Kane and then Sheffield Sheffield that provided the power necessary necessary to upset the charges of Coach Leonard Kelly. Lawton, c ...................2 Bonavita, g ............2 Steinkamp, g............O Backstrom, g ....... O FP O O O O O 3 3 6 FP 0 2 2 1 O O O O TP O point to Sheffield’s total. foal, the locals achieved the win by turning in a better performance performance from the penalty stripe than did the visitors. Sheffield made 9 of 17 throws, while the best Erie could do was 4 of 13. The individual star of the bat^ bat^ tie was Benny Donatucci, visiting I forward, who sank 8 field goals and i a foul to account for exactly half 1 oi his team’s points. Also out- 2 j standing In the Erie array were 14 11 4 4 0 0 By periods: W. Hickory .......... 6 However, the other teams ha\ e; Butter Kmsts ... 16 16 5 2 6 12 1—18 7—37 COUNTRY CLUB FIVE TO HOLD PRACTICES Tonight and Wednesday night the Country Club basketball team will practice against the Warren Penns in preparation for their game with the Bemus Point Firemen Firemen Friday night in the prelim. prelim. -referee, Luc,a: umpire, Bonav.- inary to th'e pJnnVce.Ucs ^gam. cause. Now it is entirely up to the Warren boys to provide the last spark necessarj- to grab the North League crow^n for the second straight year. As this w as w ritten, coaches and school officials were meeting in; Kane to decide where the play-off' would take place. And when that is decided, all roads will lead to the site of what promises to be a; classic battle. MAKE IT a habit to read the advertising pages of this newspaper newspaper regularly, carefully. The following are requested to be at the Beaty gym tonight at 7:45: Stuart Lord, Allie Lord, Gib Reynolds, “Pud” Reynolds, Bill Sheffield ..............10 10 Scott, Louie Vizza, Al Arnold, Bob ■ Erie .......................5 7 ' sinking 12 points to lead the Ma- Sheffield Big Five FG FP FT TP Korchak, f -----6 24 14 Kunselman, f .. 0 00 0 Rossetti, f ..2 0 1 4 Young, c .......... 0 0 0 0 Henry, e g .... 2 0 0 4 , G. Munson, g-c. 1 12 3 1 J. Petruney, g.. 1 2 3 4 47 8; --- — 14 917 37 Erie Q. E. A. A. FG FP FT tp : Sorenson, f ... 1 0 0 2 Donatucci, f .. 813 17 Bellingham, c . 2 36 7, 1 McCallion, g ... 00 1 Oi ' Schnell, g .... 0 00 0 : ' Factica, g f ... 2 0 24 j H. Arrowsm’h, g 20 1 4 j --- — — — 1 15 4 1384 9 12 10 —37 Erie .......................6 7 15 6—34 j Referee, Weiser (Mt. Jewett). O’Connor Machine Co. FG FPFT TP Schultz, f ........ 00 00 0 2 0 2 3 12 Horton, c ........4 0 38 Kunselman, g . 42510 Casperson, g .. 1 0 0 2 H. Samuelson, g 0 0 00 1 ^ 4 13 32 Erie 0 . E. FG Tech FP FTTP 2 4 12 Weither, c .... 0 1 2 1 Wolf, f ............0 0 1 0 2 2 10 Masselo, g .... 2 1 3 5 0 00 --- ,— — — 11 6 12 28 W. McClintock .............4 Jefferson .................3 East Lacy South L. 0 0 3 3 3 Pet. 1.000 1.000 .250 .250 .000 The second half of the Gra-Y basketball league has turned into a two-way battle batween Jefferson Jefferson and McClintock. In Saturday’s "ames, Jeffs defeated Lacy, 25'13. and McClintoccks topped East, 14 7. Conroy paced tlie Jeffs with 19 points. Lineups: Jeffersons FG FP Conroy, f ................... 6 7 Peterson, f ................. 2 0 Phillips, e ...................0 0 Kifer, g ....................... 0 0 Johnson, g ................... 1 0 Lewis, g ..................... 0 0 Lacy Bailey, f .......... Tome, f ............... Anderson, c .... B. Hennessey, g Green, g .......... 9 FG . 1 . 0 . 1 . 0 . 4 ^East Smith. FG . 0 . 0 . 1 Caldwell and “Chink” Collins. 5—32 7—28 Referees, Munson and D. Hart. PREPS PENN PADDLERS AJfSWlCRS TO KRENZ “DO YOU KNOW’—?” CARTOON 1 . Omar Khayj'am was the only imported horse ever to win the Kentucky Derby. He scored in 1917. 2. Rube Marquard of the Giants actually won 20 straight games in 1912, instead of the 19 for which he has been given credit. On April 20 he relieved Tesreau in the ninth, with Brooklyn leading, 3-2. He set down the Dodgers without a hit or run. The Giants then scored two runs in their half of the ninth, to win, 4-3. Under the rules, Marquard Marquard should have been given credit credit for the victory because his team was behind w^hen he entered the game. An error by the official scorer at the time deprived him of his claim. 3. In 1935 Bill Haarlow of Chicago Chicago led the Western Conference scorers with 156 points, although the Maroons won only one league game, while losing 11. The following following season Haarlow was sec ond in loop scoring, but his team lost all 12 games. f ............... Wroth, f ............... Larsen, c ............. Hubbs, g .....................2 Finley, g ................... 0 McClintock FG Salerno, f ................... 1 Papilla, f ................... 2 Retterer, c .................2 Andrea, g ................... 0 Thompson, g ............... 1 Greto, g ..................... 0 FP 0 0 0 0 1 FP 0 Weaver, W ___12 Pierotti, K ....12 Jackson, SM ...12 Phelan, SM___12 Wolfe, W .........12 Laughner, R ..12 Byham, K.........12 Marcalivio, R .12 Samuelson, S .12 Boyle, B .........12 Mann, J ...........12 Otto, S .............12 Leary, R...........12 Woodward, K ..12 Benedict, J ...12 Scott, B ...........12 McAvoy, S ...12 Grumley, J ... 7 Yetzer, SM ....12 Wilhour, J ...12 McKeehan, W .12 I Smith, B ........12 Beatty, W ___12 ,J. Rambish, S .12 19 ; Simmons, B ... 11 4 Lyte, K .............12 ZuroskI, J ....12 Fitch, S ...........12 Watson, B .... 11 Deets, R .......... 6 Jacobus, K ... 12 McMackin, SM .12 Zerbe, W .........11 Colestro, B .. . 9 Fredericks, R ..12 Lutz, W ...........10 Underwood, W . 5 Beaver, SM ... 12 TP 25 TP 2 0 2 0 FP 1 0 0 1 0 0 9 j Camp, S ...........8 Piganelli, B ..12 13 Tunall, K...........12 Browrn, B...........12 Barker, R.........5 TP Luppino, J ... 5 0 Peroski, S .... 8 0 Check, W .........10 2 : Emmett, J ... .12 4 Moffatt, R ....10 1 Blaine, K .........12 Frank, SM .... 8 Liscinski, J ... 10 Newell, SM .... 3 TPiFodge, SM .... 1 31 Duffy. R ........ 7 4 Mitchell, SM .6 3 4, Christensen, W . 1 llGlgliotti, J -----1 2 Jones, K ........... 1 ® Rosenbaum, B.. 1 _ Wilson, SM ... 1 Curren, W .... 2 Bankovic, SM . 2 In an effort to develop a national national highway program, the Bureau Bureau of Public Roads intends to make a survey of the roads of Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, and West Virginia. Automotive exports for the United States in July of this year showed an increase of about 73 per cent as compared with July of 1936. Cook, R............. ..2 Larkin, S .........2 Mayo, K ............2 W. Rambish, S . 3 Bizzaro, B .... 5 1 Thomas, B .... 6 1 Davis, W ........7 Team 72 53 51 49 50 44 39 41 35 33 38 34 36 31 21 24 19 20 22 19 14 17 18 14 16 17 15 13 12 14 11 12 8 9 9 8 10 8 5 7 7 6 2 5 2 4 4 é 4 3 4 3 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DON’T DALEY. FAIL TO HEAR JIM 2-28-lt Scoring FG FP St. Marys ___212 79 Warren ..........163 82 Kane ...............149 69 Ridgway .........136 67 Sheffield .........130 63 Johnsonburg .. 121 72 Bradford ....124 52 22 31 12 14 12 19 21 11 20 23 9 12 7 6 26 9 17 13 5 10 17 9 4 11 6 4 6 9 8 4 7 4 11 5 4 5 0 4 8 1 1 4 9 1 7 3 2 2 2 3 1 8 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TP 503 408 367 339 323 314 300 The WaiTen Chevies took a match from the Titusville Chev- vies at the Elk alleys, 2628 to j 2450. Jimmy Scalise, of the locals I and Jacobson, of Titusville, were TP the big shots. 166 Harold Clepper and Norm Wooster, largely through the work 112 of the former, took their special 112 ‘ doubles match from Stanton and 107 * Fischer. 99. In the razzle-dazzle which closed at the Arcade Saturday 137 114 93 90 Mike Bloom, No. 12, 'Temple’i star center, reaches high into the air to bag a rebound off the bankboard, as the Owls de*. feated Pitt, 46-34, in Philadelphia Philadelphia for their first Eastern Intercollegiate Intercollegiate basketball cham» pionship. Scherer. No. 10, of Pittsburgh, leaps with him in an effort to snnrc the ball. CLARION QUINT TOPS Clarion, Feb. 28.— (Special) — Clarion State Teachers College night,! basketballers defeated Edinboro 89 I Stanton and Wiltsie were high with | Teachers here Saturday night by a 85 80 79 68 68 57 55 53 49 48 45 43 40 39 38 38 36 35 32 32 29 28 27 23 22 21 20 20 18 15 15 14 13 11 11 1244. Holcomb and Ross finished second with 1209, w^hile Stanton and Bleech were third with 1193. A new razzle-dazzle starts today today for players w’ho have a combined combined average of not more than 365. Norm Wooster copped the weekly weekly high game at the Arcade last week with 238, while Mrs. McCauley McCauley took the ladies’ prize with a 187 score. The third round of the Struthers-Wells Struthers-Wells League starts tonight at the Arcade. score of 41 to 35. Clarion scored first and outplayed Edinboro throughout the tilt. “Stretch” Campbell, Clarion center center and former Warren High school star, turned in some outstanding outstanding passing and flooi-work for the winners. “Elmo” Wolfe, another another former Dragon star, led the Edinboro scoring with 14 points. Clarion Sports Review By the Associated Press Boston—Yale takes annual quadrangular track meet with 44 points to Cornell’s 32^/4 in surprise surprise victory as Harvard and Dartmouth trail. Florham Park, N. J.—Dave Sklaar, Brooklyn, wins individual middle-Atlantic all guage skeet shooting championship and Roseland, Roseland, N. J., skeet club takes all- guage five-man team shoot, Ormond Beach, Fla. — Patty 111 Berg wins South Atlantic women’s 10 golf championship. 10 Los Angeles—J. A. Manfuso’s 10 Aneroid beats Seabiscuit by a nose 9 i in latter’s return to racing in 9 ' $7,500 San Antonio handicap at 9 ' Santa Anita. FG FP TP Kribbs, f , . 414 Teets, f .. ...................2 04* Imel, f ___ ........ ......0 0 0 Campbell, c 210 Bedzyk, g . 1 Williams, g................102 Meyers, g . 0 4 Smolak, g ...................20 4 --17 --17 Edinboro 7 41 FGFPTP Pfeiffer, f . 1 8 Intrieri, f ...................2 0 4 ...................41 9 ...................11 S Volitch, g ..................1 0 2 4 14 —14 —14 T85 Referee, Allison. Philadelphia—Robin Lee retains national men’s figure skating T1 championship and Joan Tozzer, J j Boston, wins women’s title. B title with leaps of 169 and 193 feet and 200.4 points: Dartmouth’s Walter Prager and Dave Bradley win 18 kilometer and 9 kilometer Ironwood, Mich.—Walter Bratt-! ski titles. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 _ 0 points 'bn jurrips of 210 and 240 miles per hour, course record, in 0 feet; Howard Chivers of Darth- class F outboard motorboat race 0 mouth outing Club annexes class to win event. 0 0 lund, Iron Mountain, Mich., captures captures national senior class ski championship with leaps of 125 aind 147 feet for 139.6 points. Gilford, N. H.—Edward Gignac, Kimball union academy, Meriden, N. H., takes class A competition in annual easteni amateur ski jumping championships with 217.7 New York—Overbrook High. Philadelphia, and de La Salle Institute, Institute, New York, win respective team titles in national high and prep school track championships; De La Salle mile relay team seta 3 : 20.1 w'orld scholastic mark. Lakeland, Fla.—Thom Cooper, Kansas City, averages 55.056 OP 318 311 303 352 394 441 335 BARGAIN NEWS on the Inside I pages you’ll find as exciting, as I stimulating, as front page ftories. i Rusty Callow, Pennsylvania rowing coach, wielding megaphone with back to camera, wastes little time m preparing his oarsmen for the 1938 crew campaign. Callow is comfortable enough in a big overcoat, but the Quaker rowers sweeping past on the ice-cold Schuylkill river in Philadelphia, aient quite as tortunate in theii' first outdoor workout of the year. - Special Doubles Match Is Rolled at Arcade Alleys SPECIAL.................................................................................................................. In a special doubles match at the Arcade Recreation bowling alleys Sunday, Harold Clepper and Norm Wooster defeated Sport Stanton and Curley Fischer, 3161 to 3058, in eight games bowled across the four alleys. Clepper led the scoring in the match with a 206 average. His partner partner averaged 188. In the opposing pair, Stanton averaged 193 and Fischer 189. Scores: Clepper ...........................183 236 196 228 231 194 194 191—1653 Wooster .........................186 157 151 238 217 192 188 179—1508 ANTIDOTE FOR Tt\ EARS 369 393 347 466 448 386 382 370—3161 Stanton...........................212 202 169 205 192 205 173 183—1541 Fischer .... ______...206 189 190 178 170 215 167 202—1517 418 391 369 383 362 420 340 385—3058 The well-dressed college wrestler takes steps these days to pre-i vent cauliflower ears and other marks of battle, by donning bon-' nets such as worn above by Lou Hamman of Yale and Morgan Berthong of Penn, 125-pounders. Hamman is shown pinning ioe with & head scissors and bar

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Warren Times Mirror (Warren, Pennsylvania)28 Feb 1938, MonPage 8
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