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' PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONN ELLS VIL J5, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, VJ3u. Basketball By JAMES M. DRISCOLL, I 3 / owllng Proteges "AS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WHIPPE D PITTSBURGH Tonight i2 ®- Huntingdon Township s Expected to Offer Opposition. TO PLAY A T 8:15 O'CLOCK An improved Kast H u n t i n g d o n Township High School basketball team will bo at tho gymnasium of the Oonnellsvlllo High School this evening to meet tho Cokers in a clash p r e l i m i n a r y to opening the 1D30 season. Tho Alvertou boys showed better f o r m against Dunbar Township than tlu-y have a g a i n s t f.omo other teams t h i n year and Hmusman's organization Is very desirous of registering a g a i n s t Connellsvllto. The fact that tho famous "Jerry" is coaching the visitors makes their presence hero an attraction. The couch is woli k n o w n to every lover of U Indoor sport a m i his a b i l i t y n.n an a t i i l o t o r a r i u o t . be i i u o s t i o n e d . When he plays, t h e c r o w d attends. To'niptit in is l i k e l y a r r o w d w i l l a t t e n d tn seo }il: boys, because t h e y play a lot along; Il(: S t y l e . As long as Ms i'lul shows Improvement f r o m game to game, defeats are net upsetting cither tho team mem- bi-rs or the coach. An outtlt of green material, Coach H u n t s m a n had only two seniors on tho squad, and both (ire substitutes. He is looking ahead ;i year to what w i l l probably be the best basketball machine over at Al- vorlon. Tho gftmo this i v o n i n g w i l l begin at 8:15 o'clock. Perry Township Wins First Fray From ferst Hi Perry Township Higii baekoteers romped away to an easy -decision' In to opening'fray ot Uto W. P. I. A. i league hist n'ight, disposing of Hi:rs-t 1 High of Moturt Pleasant Township by a score ot ?·''· to T a-t th P-erxyop-olis floor. / The Perry coniWnn'tlon dis-pl-ayotl a dash that w i l l make stauvp it .as owe of the serious coniten'der,; for the gonfalon In Section XII. Clanser ot Hurst did a "Reigels" act, aicHng Iho proteges ot Clifford 0. Dick.son by Kh-ootliK; a into tho wron-g basket. The line-up: Porry--31). Hurst---". Galley ', F Strulir, Daugherty .' V ,.,. C l n u s n o r ·Swot?; (! fttcGoogan .Klmak (i , "Sen! Thrasher O Smith Substitutions--Wolfe for Galley, Wai nor for Daujfberly, Baughmun for Swetz, Thorpe for Kim ik, Twain for Clausner, Lehman 'for Sent, Jrotz for McGoogan. 4 Field goals--Galley 2. Daugherty 5, Swells 9, Wnlner, Khi:ak, Thrasher, Seni. Foul goals--PerryopoHs, 1 out of 7; Mount Pleasant T o w n s h i p , 5 out of 10. Referee--Hardy. Kipping and tearing through Pittsburgh, champions of the cast, aim ist at ·will, Southern California ad- mimsitered the most decisive defeat ever taken by n losing 1 team in the history of the Tournament of Roses at Pasadena. The Panthers fell, 47 to 14. Photo shows Russ I! Sautulers, U. S. C. backficld ace, whoce play overshadowed that of Toby Uansn, Pittsburgh's All-Atr jrican halfback, r u n n i n g back a punt in the first period. Uniontowu Has rt»rr» ii. T* Difficult lime In Winning Tilt IMoasnn' Boruugh tlrlhblors ·Mi-row i- V)ig si:aro into t.ho cam-p of tbo Huioni.ow.ri High School la*t nijfht w h e n the l'';iyette :ountyscatfr:s w-e-re able to score on-ly a seven point do- over the \Vcstnioruland county The- score was 2'J to 'i'hi.- was the opening jjani-o in Section X of the \\'. P. 1. A. 1/eague. I/at.robo defeated J-ctvnotte, 11 to G, in' the o t h e r soirtlo.iia'1 tray. Xexl Tuesday w i l l f i n d Conuellsvilte «iiiterUi!nli]-£ (Si'ec-nsbnrg. The line-up: rnlonloivii--2». 31 f. Pleasant--18. Ford ?. F Abromso;i K v e r h a r t ,, F Paladino John O _ Freed l l a n k i u ._ Cf.._ Volkln Harris .G Simmons Substitution--Flke for John. Fie-kl Rouls--Ford ", Evcrhart 4, i t u n k i u , Harris ·'?, Abroinsou 3, Palp,- ciino, Volkin 2, S-'irnmona 2. Foul goals--IJnlomown, 3 out of ID; Mount Pleasant, 4 out of 9. Score by periods: Unlonto-wn -- -..-8 7 4 6--23 .Mount .Pleasant 5 4 2 5--1C Keferee--DeBtufaiio. Scottdale High WIRS Easily Over S. Brownsville SCOTTUAbK, .Tau. .4.--The Scottdale High School br'sket'-icrB camo through w i t h a 2t to !7 decision, ovor tho South Brownsville dribblers last n l ^ h t at tho lalter'n i'mor. Taking the situation into hand in tho first Quarter, tho K i r k m u n combination did not, at uo time r e l i n q u i s h Us lead and g r a d u a l l y increased the margin. At t'.o stage of tho contest were tho Millers o t i ' p l a y e d or outscored by the South B r o w n u v i l l e boys. Tho biggest s p u r t c.imo in the final quarter when the Sco;s chalked up 11 points, Tho line-up: Scotldalfr--20. South Brownsville--17. Barany ®-- Commercial Team .Replaces ('liariiploiiK by Taking Last Three in JUnv. \ IS SURPRISE OF SEASON Kicher .,, If. i Stauffer .'..... F. 1. Rocklnson i Cox ,, C, ,, Noon hvaido G McCueu Hush G. _ DavvBon Substitutions--Skeiap for "Walde, Swartz for Hush, Surnette for Rock- inson, Addis for Noun, Charltou for McCuen, Swogger f o r Churiton, Walters for Swogger. Field goals--Eicher 5, Stauffer 2, Cox, WaJde, Noon, MfOurn, Dawson 2. Foul goals--Scottd.ile,' (i out oC 14; South Brownsville, ·' out of 1(1. Score by periods: Scottdale 6 2 7 11--2G South Brownsville - 2 2 G 7--17 Referee--Howard. FLEET B. KEMP, FORMER FAYETTE COUNTIAN, DIES ATYOUNGSTOWN ? OfflO Hoot B, Kemp, C5 years old, a native- of Fayellft county, died at his homo at Y o u n g j t o w n , Ohio, following an illness of s - v e r a s weeks. Air. K e m p ivaii ono- of the best k n o w n nawspaiier men iu northeast- e r n Ohio and v,-ass for many years employed in the editorial and advertising departments of tho Voungstown Vindicator. MEYERSDALE WILL PLAY NINE GAMES "Black Sheep's Cold," our n-ow serial story begins in. this issue. MKYKUSUAL.1S, 4-- Moyeredalo High School will play jiino guinea nxi. foothall season it hos becn-auuounced by officiate of that Institution. Tho official schedule follows: Sept. 20--Mount Pleasant, away, Sept. 28--Shade Township, home/; Oct. 4--WJndbo-r, home. Oct. 10--Hooverevilo, home. Oct. 17--Kockwooii, away. Oct. 25--Keyeor, iiorne. Oct. 31--Confluence, away. Nov. 11--Boswcll, home, Nov. 27--Somere t, away. Twins* of the lee Festival Membertt of the West Penn Bowling League (ieclaro the first "sports miracle" of .1930 took plnco lant n i g h t when the Commercial team won t h r e o games in a row from tlio A r m a t u r e c.lub and ciftplnrod. thc c h n i n p i o n a h i p of tho first halt of the loop. Tho ma'i-ch, r o l l e d on t h p YVflfit, Tarm a.lloyfi, wan a biR o v e n t In Wrr-t. Ponn sport circles Hiid It wnri wii iif';s(wl by m a n y memhers of fho other trams In the d u c l t n i i i c i r c u i t , most, of vhom wore p u H n K for t h e u n d o r d o j r --the C'ommercvftla. The A r m a t u r e loam, three time champions oC t h o o i r c u i t , have hncl .somo stlfi' competition this year. IIow- ! ever, it was generally believed the i first half pennant had boon practically clinched. Tho Commercials were trailing two gamos and needed to make a clean sweep of the Armature bowlera to. win--something that no outfit ban often accomplished, if over. After a long argument concerning the .pair oE nlleys upon which the teams would engage tho mutch sot under way and Dame Fortune smiied on thd Commercials. Many splits were registered for tlje tltleholdern and a» tho evening wore aloug the lirat game went to Uio Commercials. "That's nothing," was tho a t t i t u d e ot the Armature club. "We'll easily end .this the next game." /Then the second also wont to Captain "Rill" Mountain's inspired Cora- merclalf. 'Undaunted, the- A r m a t u r e s con- f i d e n t l y expected to t a k e first, place- by capturing (.ho last game. No one had ever dreamed the C o m m e r c i a l s w o u l d be so hot and it was beyond the wildest hopo for them to lako tnre-o in a row. As t h e frames wore passed fho A r m a t u r e c l u b did m a i n t a i n n lead-not much, but s u f f i c i e n t . Tho first threo men on each team finished and tho Armatures class was b e g i n n i n g to tell. Tho team was out in front- Then Captain M o u n t a i n crashed through w i t h a tremendous total, cutting down tho lead, and Arthur Ward --anchor man--"marked out." Tho contest was over with the Commercials t a k i n g that final stanza by 20 plus. A spirit of "The k i n g i« d-ead, long live the king," seemed to prevail as the contest ended. The thrilling finish IB tho one t o p i c ' o f West Penn men throughout the division today. For five years tho Commercials have been ruumera-ivp to the piong - a n d everyone is happy -with the final accomplishment ot that club's greatest desire. The second half of the season opens at once and 1C any team other t h a n tho Commercials w i n s ' t h a t part of the schedule, a .play-off will he necesaary However, the Commercials a n n o u n c e d fast n i g h t t h f i j i o would be no l o t - u p ; that t h e y w o u l d t a k o t h e wccnnd h a l f and if a n y o n e w a n t e d a r o l l - o f f , It w o u l d bo b e t w e e n the members of t.hat loam. The members of the A r m n l i i r e c l u b arc f'ltUson, H i d e n n u r , (..'lark, Kiseti- h o w e r and. Solipnage. Those on t.ho w i n n i n g c o m b i n a t i o n a r e I ' e K n l t , Kroger, Halil, .Mountain and Ward. 8POKTS ULEASttitiS These iuvomplishrd tw;n sisti-rs, l^iUian (l'. r t) a n d I', u h Cork, were two of the finniJic: lights of tho Middle Atlantic Outdoor Amateur Speed Skating Championships hold at X o w b u r j f h , 1\ T . Y.. on New Ynar's f sy ijmlfr thr auspices of the Ncwburjjh Skat np Associatiow. and R u t h took first and sncond places re.?[ Actively Ln ths W i t l j . t l u - \V. P. I. A. r,e.:iBiio biusk-ot- ))!i-ll season now u n d e r w a y , w i l l h«- finsldfni.blf Interest i n th-e iiwlour SlfO! 1 ' fi;|- t'!n IK'Xt llll-CO IIWIflllK. * * * It appears thai', one champion!]!]) may bu settled l.i:twe-en Diiuhiu- ami 1'erry T o w n s h i p s . Those two aggr-e- sallou.s are p i c k e d to baiU-o to u f l n - pi GRID SQUADS LOST EIGHT GAME) IN SIX CAMPAIGNS "Jock" Sutherland's (Jro«t 8«- suits In Six Yonrs Causi Of IJig Coniracf. 4 PANTHERS HAVE WON 42 CONTES TS i'lTTSfU'RC't, J a n . ·).-· five- year contract w h i c h ,Iohu 13, Su her- la.nd, h x a.d coarti of ftxiUui.11 a: tho ('ulvcrclty of P l t t s h u r g r , received ;'rom j tho athletic council a5 a Cbri." '.mae J profient 1« easily explained. j Tho six-year record of the 0 ildcm i Pantheivi u n d e r "Jock" Sullierla id is! thn answer. i Since "Jock" camo. to Pittf.burg from Jiis coaching post at l.-afayeU i n ; 1924, hero Ifi what line hupppem 1; . Tho prowling Panther hag we a -12 .' garnee, lost eight and tied fives ! i t n e j rojruJar season's play 'from If' J4 to I 1925, inclusive. Tho scoring Ir that! Umo" has been 3,157 pointe for J ttt to j 22ii for the opposition, | Twice the Panther has gone th *ough j a nine-game schedule undet'entw a« in j 1927 and 1929, Stars such ae G l b b y i Welsh, Mike Outto, Ualpli Chac , J o o j DonchcsH, Kay Montgomery, Toby' Uanaa and Toni I'arlcJneoo lmv been i developed by the former Pitt st r and | graduate. Twlco the Panther has been nvited to represent tho Kast in the . n n u a l i Tourinament of Roatti game \% ith a ; 1'aciflc (,' o p p p o n e n t at Pat iden.i, I Calif., t))o first limo In 1S27 arir again! at the 'n,d of the :antpal-g i-. j Sutherland was a member f the J Pitt elevens of 15114, 11)15, 191; and j 1S17 d u r i n g which t i m e but on ; toot-1 b a l l defeat wa« suffered. j I f e took u p c o a c h i n g d u f . e s a t i Lafayot.tB In 191!) and d u r i n g : is flv« ; years there hie t e a m won 3-1 gam-e*i, j lo«t seven and tied -ona In play i g a i u s t ) major eastern opponhets. fciutherland'e all-time coach 1 ig record over 11 years is 'thus: 78 VI jtorij-s,i 15 defeats, ficren lies, The 11-year scoring total for HIB regular season p l a y : 2,138 poinlr, to '100 for tfc : opposition. Contender Coveted TilJe North Union High Scores'50 Points; Defeats Georges JEANNETTE CAGERS WILL MEET BUICKS QUINTET TONIGHT SCOTTDAIJfl, Jan. 4--The f llowers ot tho Scottdnle Buicks, local ndepeu- clent cago c o m b i n a t i o n which In 1929 won the championship of. W 'Stmore- land county, w i l l be able to i CD their r e p r e s e n t a t l v e e ' l n action agai toniglst at S:!10 o'clock w h e n the o \ v e r f u l Semlcr q u i n t e t of . i e a n n e t t e appears at tho State A r m o r y . The B u i c k s have liec-n go ng at n i r i f t y clip n n d thn great wor against the C M o v e l a n d Kdecnhlunii-;, n a t i o n a l professional c b n m p l o u s , hns i n s p i r e d t i i o local o u t f i t to b e t t e r vvjji k. I n a s m u c h ao the Semlers t ippod up tho Scottles when thoy jc j r n e y to Jeauuette, 1.!o local outfit i c r a v i n g revenge and hopes to a d m i n ! ter a decisive d r u b b i n g to the Jayfi. SEWICKLEY WINS FIRST LOOP FRAY AT BELLE \ERNON JunJata u t g h t saa-io, OS- 15. overwhelmed in u basketball Township can; i through wit!) n n 18-13 tlec'.isi*n ever Belle Vern o n in -the inaugural f r a y in the W. I 1 . I.*.A. r/casue las-t nljrbt i t tho I;it- le.r'K f t p l d . Chart wo i dlpo,se! of lc oora by n. ooiurt of ;.!7-tS, Kay Welsh's lia.skcieers ot North Union Tou'ji'iiiiti High .School estab- l!t-ihci t h e e c o r l u g record for the opening n i g h t of c o m p e t i t i o n , in t h e W. P. I, A. .beagno last night by c h a l k i n g up a total of 50 poljite in. d e f e a t i n g Georges Town-ihlp, 1!I29 sectional clKtmpions, to the t u n e of 50 to 15. The ConneUfiville man was able to use every member of Ids squad in the one-ekled fray t h a t f o u n d N o r t h Union p u l l i n g away f a r t h e r av% the- contest progressed. Point Marlon defected South Union, 15 to 12, and Gentian Townehlp lost to Brownsville, .15 to 1.1, in other league games. Tho l i n e - u p : North U-iilufi--50. Gtorgc.s--1,». Lewis I' 1 Parr Fisher F A. Kula S h i f f b a t i e r _ C Krtzon irhay.10 O Wilson Selong _ (', _ Gates Substitutions--CroBeland for Lewis, Geiry for Croselaiul, Ooodlah i'or Fisher, Risliel for Ooodleh, Kasmler- fiky for Siiiu'bauor; Duranco for Kasmiersky, -Keady tor Seloug, Rliodee for Darr, Hreakii'on for A. Kula, B. Kula for Krztou, Feather for Wilson. Flekl goals--Lewte, Croesland 2, Fitihcr 8, Shil't'bauer i, Kasiui-ensky, Uha?.!e ·!, Belong 5, Rhodes, Breakiron 2, Feather, aGtes. Foul goals--North Union, S out of 1C; Georges, 4 out o f . I U . Score by periods: North U n i o n I." .7- 15 15--50 Georges 1 (i 1 7--35 ' R e f e r e e - - W a l l . The s u m m a r y of Die girls' game: North I'liioi)--^0, Uoorgcsi--15. Gc-ra'.au F Frederick OriuncT F Crostikuid Wall : C Shanaberger F u r l n SO Ruee Wallucn (1 Boorrl K l m o v a n G _... Lucia R u b s l i f u t l o i r s -- I n k s for W a l l , Colling wood for AVwllaee, Broderic.k for K i a i o v a n , Hutto?i for Croeeland, G r u b - lite for Lucia. Fiukl n o a l H - - ( ! e r n a n 7. C r a m e r , FriMlork-k .'!. Foul goal* ·· -\(j)-!h ' I'aiuii, - I . out nC ·J!!; (it'orgo.;, '. f i u t (if I S . Uet'eri-d -- \ V n I l . Unioii'towu hopes--to.grab off hoiwrn in Section Teit asaiii this year and started out. l a s t n i t r l i t by wiivniu-K the firM enga-goiiKvivt. It. is a long way to ·Hio end of HH p'.-liofliile, but j u s t wli-o t.h«ro w i l l ho HJ s t o p r.-hc copntyseutoi'a i-s a, d i f i i c u l t . guess. The team is pow- «rinl. without Question. Dunbar Township Quintet :' I ' A ^^* Public Demand For Grid Winner Hampers Mentors By DIXCW STEWART U n i t e d Press HtafC C o r r e s p o i . d e n t . NEW YORK, Jan. 4.--Stabilization of tho football coaching profession 1« the most effective method of eliminating subsidizing and recruiting of. college athletes, In tho opinion -of many college athletic leaders no.-ieniblod here this week for the N. C. A. A. and Football Coaches' Association meet- Inge. Although fe-w coaches will comment p u b l i c l y on. the Carnegie Foundation's " B u l l e t i n No. 23" the majority of them a d m i t .that subsidizing and r e c r u i t i n g eiicti. "When, a coach feels that ho has to w i n to hold hie job you c a n n o t , blame him for r e c r u i t i n g playnrB," on« p r o m i n e n t f o o t b a l l 1 mentor ( o l d tin; United Prose. Bob Zuppke, veteran Illinois coach, typified the new Jdea that sprtmian- fh'ip is moro Important than victory, when he spoke !u defense of football at the coaches' meeting. II.s argument to prove that the game was improving was bat3e! on the growth of sportsmanship among tho plsyere and a lack of "rnuekerlsm" on the field, rather -than on any developments in ytratcgy or playjng technique. I/ou ,Young, of Pennsylvania, commented on better alumni at'.itude. The 1930 season will set a new low record tor changes In. the coaching personnel at major colleges. With the appointment of Major Fi-ark Cava- iiaugli'i-ia.head coach at Fore;ham U n i - versity a l l of the' major pos tionn, except, the v a c a n c y at Oregon n a v e been f i l l e d . SP-VPI) schools will h i v e roo.c'liois, but. only throe lifrauso ( h e 1025 coach had an u n r s u i ' c c s r f u l S P H son. Purdue and Georgetown w n r « fnrr-ed to secure 'new coach*« becauec J i m m y Phelan and Lou L i t t l e reslgurd to accept other populous, Pemi had a vacancy because Lou Young vae promoted to a6sist.ant director of nthletlca a-nd Army wae forced to make a change because of regulations which p r e v e n t , an officer fipending moro than three ycara at the M i l i t a r y Academy. Purdue-, Pennsylvania an, !.he A r m y filler! their vacancies by advancing ae- sistant coaches to. the bo-l coaching job, and Georgetown h i n d Tommy Mills, an assistant coacli ,it Notre Dame, while Columbia, ami Washington hired head coaches from other institutions. The chfingee in coaching ranks for next season are: Columbia, 1930, Lou Little; 1923, Char)OB Crowley. Georgetown, 1930, Ton;rny M i l l s ; 1.329, Lou Little. Washington, 1.930, J i m m y P h e l a n ; 3929, Enoch Bagshaw. P u r d u e , 1930, Noblo K i f s e r ; 1029, J i m m y . P h c l a n . Pennsylvania, 1930, Lui \Vray; 1320, Ixm Yo\ing. Army, 1930, Captain "Jiiff" Jones; 1929, Major Ralph Sasse. Oregon, 1030, v a c a n t ; 1J29, Captain John McEwan. .Sinks Two Field Goab In Final Quarter to Give Champs Victory. ALVERTON IS "TOUGH"CLUB The "green" combination of H u n t i n g d o n Townchlp High School forced Uutibar Township to exert iUself iu scoring a hairline decisloc over the A.lver-lou ba»l«stxerH at thai place last, n i g h t Jn the opening game ot tho W. 1'. 1. A. League. The final count was 21 to 19. Alvertou went Into the lead at the first whistle and maintained the advantage during t.h-o first half. However D n n bar fame through with, a flash of He old t i m e brilliance In the t h i r d fioUo r i n d l l m l up tho count. The final f r a m e f o u n d both teams resorting to an airtight defence and Lreifi- enriiiK mauagnd to score f o u r points to Kiisf. J l i i n t l i i f j d o n ' K two. Joe T u l l ^ y fea.t.urefl t.ho at- l a r l t , i.-ftRgiiiK fiv-R field goals. Hie ] two double dni-kcrw In tho l:iet auar- ( f - r -- i n c W c n L i l l y ,tho only pointe that nr T. recorded--carne w i t h i n the clofi- Ing m i n u t e s of play. Tho f r a y had been tied at the end of the third period. Alverton managed to get a field goal and -then the tight defensive. However TuHey was abl-e to get' t h r o u g h for two gxml5 and tho victory. Dun bar again showed up poorly in foul shooting, g e t t i n g but three out of 10 from t h o free line. Tho L e i s e n r i n g outfit failed to a how lt« great form w h i c h was evidenced In the only pre-rteanon game w i t h Scott- dalo w h e n tho Ked and Black romped away w i t h the count. The contest on Friday night, w i t h Perry Township w i l l lend jniich light on tho champ- i o n s h i p |ir;^|)pi.-l6 in Section X I I . Pi.'rry tore; t l i r o i i K h Hurst and t h a t outfit r.onies io LeisGiiring. T)jn lin-o-ii-p: Iunb!ir .21. v.nst IfnnMiiirdon - - I f , Tu-Iley F KhaoflVT Miller F..... TomochUo Jiehreji-s C ,, A.udirif h Ha !!(?· r; I/enunon Ke i 11 y .G Dozort Substitution: Ko?heii.berg for M-ll- l e r ; Skonezny for H o h r w n s . Field gcvals: Tull-oy 5, Miller, Bailey, Keilly 2, Sbacffer ;j, Toniecb-Jfo 2, A n d r i s h 2, J,e-miuon. Foul grxvls: nunbar, 3 out of 10; Raft HturtlM-sikm. S out 4. Score ny jK-rir;,«: Dun)),-!]- ! 6 Has i. I I i i ! i - t i n ^ d o ; i 7 0 Keferee: Mc.Miiun. SMITHTON BOWLERS BEATEN BY PERRY The Pei-ryopolis bowling- tenui wo: from Smltht.011 at tho tatter's uMcyf by a inarsin of 2-t!) pins, This e v e n i n g , t h o B r o w n s v i l l e b o w l - ers w i l l appear at. t h e L. A. U r u v v . i alleys Tlio A l l e n Crist at 1'orryopolis. scores: SAIITHTO.V. ................................ ISO ................................... 1-!.'5 j f ' r o c k y 10:! i I fa miners , 130 j e i i i n k 11'.) 1 ·'! I -130 M l 101 J.'it Homestead p l a y e d .E-lia-.beth High School last .might and nearly shut out the latter club. The sooro waa 39-2, those . tw-o -couaters behi-g made from the free line. Classified Advertisetiients Driiii« results. Try thorn. ·Totals 630 G"? PICIIRYOPOLIS. Baker 120 Blasco -~. 1G-1 15-5 Siiyder 1S5 .121 be f ty - 144 ] (i ', W i u t e r h a l t e r 1.5;! Fisher i:3ii Totals S29 T.r, MO itit) 111) 14 a J 7 U 741 2028 158 I d I IKS KK 13-.I ·(77 ·170 421 5l:i 275 711. 22 Channel Champ Sets Kecord ' ' i ··"' "·" i i i " TM"'nirnrar J "Yt- J iiMM'i^M^tfty^ihMiMi(yiirti|i ll a a iiiiuM iffmiEr 1 !^ i'ntn'^T · i ' e t t «97 '( s -- vca r-° lfl . I^ndon Htcnographer, who sprang into fame in 15127 by swimming the English Channel is row T* ported to havti broken the women's world endurance record Ar- cordmg to reports,. Mlaa GloitEe Bwant continuously for 26''· - on New Yeax's Dt.y In an indoor club in Edinburgh, £

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