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, JANtTAKY 2, 1930. DAILY COURIER; CON-NELLS VILLE, PA, FAl;rJBJ Basketball Football Br JAMES M. DBISCOLL. Dimbar Township Travels To Alverton; Perryopolis To Meet Hurst; Cokejrs f»reenslmr£ Plays nt High School 'Gj'Ttyinshnn Next Tuesday Evening. SCOTTDALE NOT SLATED By JOHX H. \VHOEIC. The lid on tho 1D30 baakettoill schedule ot the Western Pennsylvania Interscholasttc Athletic League -will be pried of£ tomorrow evening Ayheu more than 100 high school quintets will swing Into action, inaugurating a vigorous, terrific and tiresome pane that will demand tho best exhibition of approximately ' 750 athletes during tho two-mouth grjnd. Of the lo sections In the circuit five embrace portions of four counties In stho immediately vicinity, taking In I Fayette, Westmoreland. Washington j anl Greene. Olio of the divisions, Section X I I , with one -exception, Is J made up wholly of Fayette combhwi- tlona while Section X and X i l 0111{ braoo Fayette a n d Westmoreland quintets. In Section V, Washington and Westmoreland clubs hold sway. Grec-no tnd Watjhingtau squads make up the personnel of Section XV. Connesllisville's bneketeers will not be- initiated into the circuit "fire" until Tuesday . evening when Grooiisburg High corner to the High School gymnasium. Tho fray, originally billed for Friday night, wjw postponed until nest week when clauses will be resumed in tho local institutions. While tho West- j morelancl. coumyecatoi'H claim a form-] idab'lo 'aggregation they are conquer- j uble as was evidenced by tho double i triumph of the Norwin High charges. 1 Dnabar Township, 192t ehaintdons | of Section XII, and rated as "even-up" I favorites with Perry Township lor tbo j 1,'KJO clianipkn£)li. will journey t o ' Alvortoji tomorrow to encounter the sturdy-warrior--! of .1. Owen H u n t s m a n at, tho East. H u n t i n g d o n and Gel Through This Champ's Defense Nathan Hswkes, goalie ot the Dartmouth hockry team, whose wonderful defenses work will aid his team in their winter ic« campaigns. Thj:i New England team is said to be one of the strongest in the East. Greatest Football Upset m Marks Tournament of Roses as Pitt lihilated by, Trojan Ciwk Lewis, New Scottdale Burgess, Was Athletic Star Crack Eastern CombinatjQn Crumples Under Well Directed Attack, FINAL COUNT IS DECISIVE HOSE BO\Vb, v Paeiwteua, ,Cal., Jan. 2.--Tho mighty Golden Panthers faded from tho picture as claimants of the national collegiate football championship when they collapsed yesterday before, the sturdy warriors of tho University of Southern California iii tho annual grid classic of the Tournament of. Roses. The flnal score wae 47 to 14. The Tr-ojane, uncorking oflensivee by air -and by land, administered one of tho worst drubbings that a Pitte- burg eleven haa over suffered. Repeated fumbling and Inferior p u n t i n g contributed in n large measure to tho I'Ht d o w n f a l l . A f t e r tho firet piny following; the kickoff when Toby Uanta clashed 6S yards to the home club's 12-yard-lln«, Pltteburg was just "not thore." The nationally heralded duel (ailed 10 matorlallzu as the proteges of Howard · Jones repeatedly. Bmeared tha beat I playe that. .Jock Sutherland's cohorts iendeavored to put I n t o action. 1 There was no doubt that the Weet was t h e inaatei' of the situation as the Alt-American uthlete-3 of Pittoburg wer« outshone by the California stars, Fraacla Tappaan, tho m i g h t y wing ot the Trojans; Race Horse Saunders, one of the greatest backa in tho iVa- tlon; Captain Nate Barruger. a yower- t'ul guard, had a very good day and the Pittsbtirg accts, Joe Donclu j «s, Toby Unea «ttd Ray Montgomery were outclassed. The reversal in no way can be attributed to the boat. 1; viu» juet a case cf loo m u c h claws--too much Southern California. Two aerials netted tho hon) eleven ! SCOTTDAL33, J«'i. 2--C. F. Lewis, I bettor 1 known aii "Chuck," burgess- I elect of Sco'ttdalo, ^-"}io In the course of ' a week will siicreeii \ValtcrL.Schaffor Township i ;IH j| lo O X O C u t i v e i-fBcor f)£ t h i s bor- .Iligh Scliocl. The good showing ot I O ugh, is rt»putod ft v hlis u t o r l i n g a t h - j t h o Jlret. pair of touclidowits. lElelaon l.ho I f u n t s m a n i t c s in several tit t h B j i o t i c ability. and r.inekort going over, illll rounded pre-ceuson contostts givo nve-ry i n d i - j "Chuck." a r m t h o of PlLtBburg, i« ' right ?nd for the fcoal after tho Tro- catlon of a snappy combinultan them j well k n o w n in athletic circles in t h e . j a n s \mcorkcKl a neat aerial and drtv- a\! i h n Dunbarltce aro in for u stiff "Smoky City." He went iu for basket- ·' i n g oa'eneivo to get within range of it. content, l i r n c n M. Shoaror of f^cifcen-! b a l l , baseball and t'oolball and wae ,^ forward placed tho ball on tine ouo- rlnK liiti* two of tho regulars f r o m (lie i for a long t i m e a member of tho J3a.sl. i j-ard !!ne and I'Hiflield hit 1he line /or! 1920 title w i n n i n g outfit who w i l l Liberty "V" floor t am on which play- ] ;3, o markers. boar the brunt, of tho attack. Hte j ed W. S. Haddock, Joe Thompson and shortly a f t e r tho third quarter thr« others on tho roster have shown i other oxponnls ol tho game when it O p en6; j tno Trojans tore into the good form and it will take a p o w e r f u l j was in lie infancy in the Pittaourg p an thei-« and on eight ploys made a club to lower tho laurels of the j area. - [tal'y, Saundcrs ecoring on a 15-yard Two of a Ki nd~--Botli Lharaps Mary Lou Q u i n n (!etl) an« tho ; Sow Year a liugoeuccesaj her 14-year-old elster, Betty, would consider ' It b r o u g h t them a. couplo of swimming records apiece. Mary Is a we l - b n o w u member ot tho Tllinoie Women'e A t h l o t k ; Cln'b team, at Chloag' for tho -WC-yari'l relay. is gntt.lnj; thorn fotst. 111., and holrx«i t«ab)'lsh the national m a r k hasn't reached Tccord-'liroahlng ekill ye(, but BiTiooth-fiincHuning RP! and Black. | Perry Township, a bitter rival of the j Uuubarilos, w i l l bo at homo for the i initial «e!1o, oiitertuinlns the Hurel warriors of M o u n t .Pleasant township. llur;t inaugurated cage play last season and made a great stand despite the 1'act Uit they were "infunlti" ut the sport. A new gymnasium huo been provided and this can be taken to mean that ll.urfil will have to bo considered seriously. Clifford Dickson, coach of the runner-up last campaign lo D. T., has four veterans on his (staff and he liopce to beet the Shearer machine. PerryopoHs fans are looking forward to a very successful campaign and the girls team, not only tho boys, will add lo the "fireworks" for the followers ot that community. Tho third game- in Section XII will find Sewickloy Township playing Belle Vonion and 1 hoses .two "arch rivals' thould put up u merry tussle. The K l r o n g t h of the contingents has yet to lo tested and this fray should lend more light on tho title prospects ro- Kiirdlose of the early predictions that t h e ehaee would lie between Dunbar and Perry. ajotint, Pleasant, m«klrig ite first tituiid in tho W. P. I. A. league, goes to Union town for the opening game in Section X. The borough quintet was billed to piny at home but iu view oE the fact that its gymnasium is not entirely completed, all of the "home" attractions for the llrst halt-have been transferred to the "foreign" fields, Jeanoette go«« to Latrobe in the other contest 1n that group. Connellsville and Scottdalu are Idle. The Mill Town- era are regarded by critics to be unusually strong and tho team is being regarded aa the 1930 championship club hi Westmoreland county. There will be action galore in Section XIII. Brownsville goes to German, South Union travels to Point Marion, Gorges Is at North Union and Redstone ventures to Carmiehaolti. In Section V, West Newton meets Moneasen, Donoru engager Charlerol and Monong;ihela treks to California. In Section XV, Cuuonsburg goes to Trinity, "Way new burg playt; ut East Washington and Clayavilie battles W«ishlngtou. Another stuion of some real basketball exhibitions is in s.toro for the league fellower«. Two mouthw of a tough grind and then the .sectional e l i m i n a t i o n ^ tor (lie regional lnurejs it Pitt Stadium. It promises lo be "a ' hot)/' conti t;t cd ciimpaign anil en- u is ut its peak. Lewis was born in the old Twenty- First Ward, Plttsburg, and attended the Lincoln echool there. He lived iu Kast Liberty until 1905 when ho moved to Scottdale, h iving accepted employment here, lie hue been living here ever since. "Cliuc^k" is a son of David Lewis who for If) years wae tipotaff in the Pi'teburg courts. Ho died in 1921. Hit mother, Frances Kelly Lewis, was iictive.in civic affairs and presented a Jiag for the Soldloro Memorial when it wa« dedicated "Chuck" still manifests much interest In all phases of the sporting curriculum, being a real booster ot'i the Scottdale High School gridclere and buskoteera RK well as the Bulcks cage combination and tho Scottdale entry in the Middle Atlantic League, Keagy Corner Is '"'Again Victorious; Beats Waverly Oil The K-eagy Corner haekotbaU team reglfiterctl anothi r victory at tho State Armory last night hy U«-f«atlng tho Waverly Oil club of ScotWale, 28-24. Tho Keagy ouiflt missed tho eerr- ices oE Sellerf- at forward, neither Floto nor Soistton being able to register a single goal. Tho guwrde, Bergin and Miller, came through in fra manner, however, and kept tho club out In front. 'Etich i.lde w-cored the same number of foul t'Oa-Ie. The ]lne-up: . ttgy Corner--23. Waverly Oil--34. Soiesou - P Roth Floto l p ROSB G u y u u ,, C McGlain Bergin _ G Ii. Connors Miller -G Amos Substitutions-- Sager tor Rose, R. Connors for Roth, Splrrett lor Mc- CUiln. Fortney Fcr Amoe. Field goals---I'.ergin 3, ,Miller 6, Roth 2,, ,Koss, O. Oounorii 2, Amos, Fortnoy 2. Foul goalu-- \S averly, S out oi: 15; Kuagy, S out of .16. Robbins. I \ V i s l M-wtiin Wins. Wetit N e w t o n openul iu basketball uson w i i b a U lo l.S t r i u m p h over tJoehrlng wigod seven and hix field goals to loud tliej of tlu* "V Vow us. I Charley Hjiiit Stars, The University of Pitteburg Uefcuted Ohio State, liH !. 3o, TueBilny night fcoring its s i x t h straight victory. run around end. Pittsburg came back and with tho aid of a much belated aerial attack that wfl« successful ticorcd a marker. Uauec. heaving u pass to "W'alinchus for tho tally. The- Westerners were not to bo stopped and again marched the length of tho field for another touchdown, SauiKlors heaving a pasfl to JSdelson. After the Plttsburgors intercepted a Southern California forward, Collins went over for the visitors' t-acond tally when bo was placed on the receiving end of a thruet from Williams. · Wilcox made tho Dual touchdown of the game on a long pass from Duffleld. Tho line-up: Pitt--14. U. S. C.--17 Don-chess JLE ...... -- Tappaan Tully LT ...1 Hall North Union Wins From Alveiton Hi B^asketball Squad Montgomery Daugherty .... DlMcolo (C) MacMurdo Collins j. Baker , -LG _. Barragur (C) Dye Galloway Anthony Arbelbide Saunders Plnckort ., EdolBon ... Shaver ... riT ins , ........QB U a n E a LI I Wallnchus Hll.._... Park Insou FI3 _ Score by periods; U.' S. C 13 13 14 7--47 Pitt 0 (K 7 7---14 Touchdowns: U. S. C., Edelaon 2, Duffleld 2 (aub for Saundera), Pinek- t»rt, Sauuders, K. WHcox (sub for Tap- paan). For Pitt, Walinchua,- Collins. Scoring: Points aftor touchdown, U. S. C. (Place kicks) Shaver 2, Baker 2 (sub for Barragar), Duffleld, drop kick. Pitt, place kick, Parkinson 2. rtoferee: W. D. Carroll, Swarthmore. Umpire: Arthur Badenoch, Chicago. HeudltneBmnn: Herb Dann, Nebrttiika. Field judge: j. P. Islgau, Dvuiuesne. PIW USC Total yardage 285 *iBO Yards from scrimmage. 19'J Yards gained on passes SG First downs - 10 Passes attempted ,, :ia Passes completed Passes incomplete Passes intercepted Average yards tor ia o p u n t s 37 Penalties in yards 55 11J7 287 U 10 '' 8 4 i 40 (55 C h a r l e y Hyatt, Pitt ape, who was guarded by "We^ Fslor, It. a star of Ohio State'i-i batskeleers, got away [or e i g h t field goalis He also ni;ot two f o u U , Patronize who advertlsa, Jackie Rodgsrs, Pittsburg negro, won by a technical knockout over Pete Zivic in the fifth round of their scheduled 10-roumt bout at Plttsburg laut night. * * * The invaders from North Central Football Cot:fewMi.ce outclassecf the Rocky Mountaineers ycserday, 13 to 0., a C r i d l r u u stars o[ the Mld-Wosl., a hufky, hard driving group, proved superior to the South WCH:. All-S-tars in a vlld scorlug battle at E'allas, Texas, yeeerday. Tlw count waa 25 Ui la, Eaist. Huntingdon To'ivnelv ,1 High School dribblorn wont down o defeat last evening before North Union Township in th3 Until pre-6ca ion contests. The flnal count of 1 10 fray played at A l v e r t o n wus 27 to l!i. North Union used a fast ]»i ifiiug attack which cart-led the ball \ ndcr the basket for v i r t u a l l y every t not. It was not until Coach Ray Wol .h of the Fayolte iMya had made a n mler of substitutions that K.ist I I I ntingdon wag able to ring- the l i o l i . Tho line-up: North Union--ST. JE. Huntln rtlon--13. Lowte .-..._ V .^Wilson Fiflher ·: F..-- . Dopta Schlffbauor ......C . ISicher' Belong G Croeby Uhazie O I/em m on Substitutions--Kasmerskl j ir Low In, Roshll for Knshu»cr«UI, Crus Uand for Fleher, Haney for Croesla.n« , Crossland for KchUfbauer, Goo lion for Uhazlo, U e d d y for Goodish, 1 ha/,io for Solong, Doronko for UluiKle, Tomechko for Wlleon. Haekell ft · Depta, Bchaeffer for Hyskell, An rleh for Elcher, Dezort for JJummou. Field goals--Kosmerskl, Fisher 2, Schiffbauer G, Selong, G odieh 2, Tomechko Z, Hyekell. - Foul goaie--North Union, 5 out of 13; Ba«t Huntingdon, 7 out of 16. Referee--Phillips. East Defeats West In Annual Charity Football Contest SAN FB.ANCISOO, C-al., Jan. 2.--An impressive victory over tho West football team was regis-ter-od yesterday in tbo annual charity gam-e by tho Easterners. The. result was 19-7, with some of tho bost known .stars of the Nation participating. The West entered th« game a.s favorites, but only onco In the contest did the cluh show any semblance of tho nnUcl-patocl form. That was vrtion, Benny Jjorn, California, and Sloan of Kebraka, carried the ball to the .two yard dine from whoro Sloan crashed through to score. Ja-elc Cannon, Iho Notre Dam atar who was u umuiimouB choice for All- American honors, sparkled In every sttugo oC tho contest. His brilliant piny was responsible .for (Hopping tho West attack.- Ucorges Township High YaTslly wont down to defeat, last nifiht batons the A l u m n i buBketeers by a score of, ·10 to i". The graduates roster waa made up entirely of tho boys who formed the championship team of Section III In tho W. P. I. A. Lioagiio last year. * * * On the flying heels of Buddy Hackman, Tennessee star, the Blues o£ tho North halt ot. the Southern Conference, rodo to a, 21-12 victory against the Cardinals of the south yesterday In an all-star charity game before 20,000 fans. ffew Coach of Champ Purdue Eleven Jeannette Will Bnids Saturday Night SCOTTDALE, Jan. 2--'1 he Buicks, independent cage title adders of Westmoreland county, today got down to «erloue work in preparation for Hfl next home contest 'on Saturday night when the- Semler Club ot Jeannette ulays at the State Armory. Having receivwl a toucii of real championship pla.^ after t.'ie tilt with tho Cleveland Roaenblums, tbe greatest baeketba!! sornbfnation In the Nation, the Millers should be able to show u. batter brand of ball in its forthcoming battlc-e. Even 'though they were outclaeeed by Uie sterling court performeru of the country "who mado up the renter of the Rosies, the Bulcks made things interesting as they tagged along. Onlj a b r i l l i a n t tlafih in tho final quarter gave the Cleveland outfit a docinivc margn. Tho Somler game promises considerable interest an th! fc'cottiey oro itching Cor vengeance, having been de- foiitod by the Jays in tho tmcountcr at that place hint week, J t wes the only defeat, other than tho HoBoiioIitm reversal, that the Buiclw have suffered and they hopo to triumph decisively to maintain their claim to i.be jndepen- dont Jaurols in the- county. j More .gar-jus aro belnj. e-oheduled and these columns will furnish add!-' ttonal announcements of interest to I tho hundreds of followers of the BulcKs who lecue a challenge to all first-elaea cage combinations. Westmoreland County Passers Will Prove Jleal Test .For Cofterfi. DAILY WORKOUTS ARE BEING HELD Pitt's Defense" Against Passes of Defeat CoimellsvlUo jll«-h School's ball team holding regular each afternoon during th-a vacation at the school, gymnasium, will open iti season on Tuesday evening, meeting Greensburg High. The contest Ivad original Uy been scheduled for tomorrow night, 'bui in- as much as tin* Oh-riBtmaB holiday ox- tends through, this week, it waa determined to postpone tho clash until ·the student body rottir.iia. Greensburg has u good Tprei6Kiita- tive league clu-b but a victory i« not too much for Conival'luvlllo to hono for. The Brown and While has buen twlco trimjined : by Nor win's veteranH an-d (,'onneJIsvilte haBii'f, been, doing HO- litid in. spite of .the fact, that th« club ten't j'ega.rdod as a pennant couten-dor. Tho Tuesday game will be u re;j) test, of ntreiigth and plenty of ucMoii i'or those who love the Indoor Bjmvl is in the making. The .game begins at 8:16 o'clock.^ 1 · Ufiiontcwn High Defeats Junior College Outfit Noble K i z r r has been appointed as head coach of the Purdue Univ e rsity football team. Kizer w a s formerly assistant to Jimmy Phe.« Ian, the coach who built up a Western Conference cham- oionship aggregation last sea- (lnt.orna).tonal KowsrooU By GEORGE II. FEAL.R U n i t e d Press Sta.fC Correspozifiont. PASADENA, Calif,, Jan. University of Plttsburg tootba.ll team spent a season building a brilliant record and preparing to claim a national championship b it, it tailed to develop an udequatu dc-'cnse against forward piisscs. And yesterday when it had a chauuo to bid for the title, it was smothered 47 to 14,.undo" thc^uccir.'ato ov game of tho University of S o u t h e r n California. Tho Pitt backfleld starred offensively but it was p i t i f u l l y weak in Its attempt to break up tho i ir attack and the. Panther was forced to take the most decisive trimming ever handed out to a team In the a n n u a l tournament of roses New Ycur's day gam*;. Southern CiUKornia threw nil over Rose Bowl, it seemed, and usually a BUTe-flugerel Trojan was under the ball when it camo down. Four times tho Trojans went into the air to score touchdowns. On two other occasions f o r w a r d passes put the ball in scoring poi;itlon. Uansa, Parkinson, "VValinchus, Baker and all tho cither Pitt backs ucomcd completely bewildered hy the nasuing attack.. The passca were t h r o w n mostly by Russell Saunders, who played a (brilliant game. Edelson, P l n c k c r t [ and Wilcox did most of the rec.iMvIng, Pitt turned In two loiichdowno by passes. On the first, a ioug tihot fi'om Uansa was caught over the goal line by Walinohus. On tho second, Williams, a southpaw, put a clothes line pass In Collins 1 hands and the latter ran across. The most t h r i l l i n g play o£ the- giune uuine- before the crowd was settled in the Rose Bowl. On the Unit attempt after the initial klckoi'f, Uausa went oE tackle, evaded Southern California backs aud a p p a r e n t l y was off to u touchdown. Sixty-four yards ho (.raveled before ( h o speedy SauuderH overtook him and pulled him down on the Southern California 18-yard lino. A pasa that was grounded over the goal line took away Pitt's chance to score. Montgomery, the all-Amerlcan guard, played a n-.ce g;ime in the Hue for Pitt. Donchcss, another widely heralded Pitt star, did well defensively. Despite the slsw of Southern California's score tlui game held the interest of the 70,000 fans throughout. Pitt had no alibi. "We were beatuu by a better team, that's all," said Jo ;k Sutherland, Panther coach. Bus Albright, stalwart center of the Junior College baskoteers, was held to a lono Held goal as the Uuioiilowu Ifigh School quintet came through w i t h a -G to 35 decision last night. Tho high school chalked up an oven , dozen points lu tho tlrst quarter-' to |)l!o up a tremendous advantage which l.ho college boys were unable lo overcame. The line-up: C'nlontown--25. .Junior College--IB. I '' ortl '- - .F LaClair Everhart F _ Barauy , ,,,, ,;f. oh11 .- c Albright 2.--The H a r n s ,, G Pegs P.ankir: o I""oillan'd Substitutions---Brown for Everhart E v e r h a r t . f o r Brown, Van Swearingeii for LaClair, Dils for Van S\vearingo«. Field goals--forrI ', Everhart 2 Harris 2, Rankia 2, Uils, H a r a n y "' Albright. " 7 ' Koul goals--Ford, none out of 1; erluad_! Kverhart, 3 out of 3; John, 1 out of 1- uthcrri Harris, 2 out of -'; Raiikin, 3 out o f ' 5 : A'an Swearingeii, 1 ouf; of 3; Albright', ensive- " ( l l l t of 4 p eggy, -1 out of ·!. Billy Jacobs, Baltimore City Col- ege, won the n a t i o n a l Junior indoor .ennis championship a r 'New York yesterday by defeating tho "dark horse" ie.nsa.tiou oC the tourney, John Ilich- artlson of Dartmouth. Score by periods: U u l o n t o w n J u n i o r College Referee--Dusic. 1--25 3--IS NATIONS LEAGUE GETS COUNT OVER AMERICAN LEGION I^ea-gu© of Nations won two out of three games from American Region last nigljt on tho Elk alleys. was high throo -g l Sfiii-tmycr scorer w i f l r 4 : M i total for 32-f SS"/ SpiWlor ..... Butternwro Sohouuge 10-5 in us 113 oe 334 12S o'0.l 430 35!) Totals 605 G38 584 1807 L-UAG'UE OF NATIONS. PtUBinent ;. 12.3 150 ifli 374 Edwar.d3 143 141 143 42$ JIe( lv-ic las m 15l Ms Saildusky fly 102 Q u i n n i4.j 22T Uoerfler 137 86 10!) 40(i 8!! 615 63G G17 1397 ELKS WIN FROM PARAMOUNT TEAM INBOWLING LOOP Klks won two out of threo games from the Paramount last night on the 131k alleys. Opperman was high scorer w i t h a total of 473 for three games, ELKS. P. ap-pwrnan 171 DeBolt 125 D u m m y 83 Ttppmau 115 Brick-man ....." 157 185 137 473 141 114 380 S3 S3 249 130 207 452 120 133 419 Totals K. 651 048 PARAMOUNT. 674 1973 Home, Everyday you will find.homes and homo sitea advertiser, in our classified ooluinoe--read thorn over, Nixon 139 114 --120 11 a Rulll ,, Qt5 121 Yernlky ,,...:.. 113 179 H-teffer 118 128 Dumany. 109 117 134 152 100 349 220 426 3!) (5 100 SSii 655 « I 2 JPatroaiae thoaa who advortte*.

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