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January 9, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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Second Part 1 J Pages 9 to 16 VOL. 28, NO. 50. CONNELLSVIULE, PA., THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9, 1930. SIXTEEN PAGES. / \ High School Cagers Meet Two Westmoreland Com Quintets; latrobe Tuesday Dolde-Machlne Shows Unusual Defensive Strength Against Greensburg. LOCAL INTEREST IS INCREASING The High School basketeerg, Inspired oy the great triumph over tho ( Groensfourg High drlbbl-ers In the initial contest oC Section X, W. P. I. A. Iieaguo, are- down to ro.il training In preparation tor games at the local court on Friday and Tuesday nights. Jcannotte, another formidable Westmoreland county combination, comes · to Connellsville tomorrow night to try out the local strength uhile on Tuesday evening, Latrobe, a serious sectional title contender, plays here. j The brilliant dotsnslvtv exhibition o! the Orungo and Black flKainst Greens- j burg was a revelation as tho Doldo-! men rotused to allow tho visitors to got through for a single point durine the last halt of tho haul fought contest. While the High School is not laying any claims for tho championship of tho Bc-cttou, it is determined that whatever clwb wins that laurel will have to reckon with tho Oraugo and Black. Jeannette- h-as a tough club and it will take tho best light the Colters can show to come throUKh. Tho team has ropeatod'y shown excellent flg-htlng riualHleH and the Westmoreland county quintet will havo to be a champion calibre/ oombinatlon to wiu. ST. VINCENT WINS FROM BASKETEERS OF JUNIOR COLLEGE St. Vincent's College dribblers administered a 23-18 defeat to the Junior College quintet of Uniontown last night. Tho ltno-up: Junior College--lS, St. Y neon t--28. p og g F. . Ctonoveee Barony""- V- · - - · I^ngyel Albright . C . Shumakor Dilla - C -·· Crean Oldland . ... C Westfall Substitutions--LaClau- for Pegg, Gottwtman for Dills', Kurin for Geno- vcee, IJornar tor Lonf-yol, Ondrejiskl for Shumukcr, YouUoUuh. for Westfall. Field goalfl--rogE, Baranyy 3, Albright 3, Genoveiio, Longyel, Shu- makef, Crean I!, AVcstfall 2. Foul g o u t - - J u n i o r College; 4 out of 7; St. V l n c i !. i oiit of 13. Score by period*: Junior College -- .3 3 G 7--18 St. Vincent -- 18 3 0 S--23 Refer co--Shockey. Scottdale High Dleets Fayette Coimtyseaters SCOTTIDALE, Jan. 9.--The powerful Blue anid "Whlto quintal will go to Uniontown tomorrow night to take on the- Payette countyseatevs in tha locals flrbt clash in the Western Pennsylvania Intefscholastie Athletic League. The Scottdstlc team 1 '! chances aro yet to be determined. While the Millers have dropped two frays to Dunbar Township, it cannot bo felt that the local outfit is weak because tho Liaenring aggregation is regarded more formidable Lhan last yoar'a champions. The way the Kirk- manites toro through Bast HuutlnB- don and the Dayton Vocational in tha pre-seasoi) frays and then t'io exhibition wlih South Brownsville given every Indication for an excellent account of the Scottdale crew "Unioirtown is said to bo very strong but the Fayette boye will liava to take the Scottles seriously or they'll find themselves cm the wrong side of the ledger. Word emanating from Unlon- towu indicates t h a t Kveiliart will have his boys ou tho trail of Etcher, local shooting ace. ibblers at Dun -® MANY FANS EXPECT PITT BASKET!ERS TO GO THROUGH SEASON UNDEFEATED --® Eastern Champs Compete for Trophy GREENSBURG WHIPS JUNIOR Ra!th Morgan. chairman of the University of Pennsylvania basketball committee, presenting to EUwood W. Kemp, Jr., secretary of the Eastern Inter- Collegiate Basketball League, the U. of P. Cap, which is to be competed for by quintets in Eas-tern Division of the Basketball League. (lotorDiUlon*! Wwwool) Amateur Boxing Program On Thursday, January 23 CAGE OUTFIT Tho Greensburg Junior uaekoteera won from the Connelleville Jumor dribblers, 29 to n, Tuesda- night in the preliminary to tho Gi-oensburg- Connetlsvillo game in the "\V. i*. I. A. League. j The line-up: G reensburg--20 Coltors--9, Ehrenflekl F Penn j ·Rodgera F 1 --Mantell j Rose ._ O HI char dean i Engle G Uunfitou j Kelly . G Keoily ', Substitutions -- Groeneburg: Shaffer! for Ehrenfleld, Brandon for Shaffer, j Sterrett for Hoee, Ehr tifiokl for Engle; Connellsville: Me-,trezat, P. Lcrrler, Penn, Brown, Finl;y, Blaaey, It-eddy, Jaro«, McCorniick, Marietta, Whipkey. Field goals--Ehrenile-kl :, Bandon, Rodgera 2, Rose, Sterrett 3, Kelly 3, AlcCormlck 2, Foul goals--Greensburg, J out of 6; Connelleville, 5 out of 7. Referee--Gatzy. Coimpllsvlll« Athletic C'lul) Planning Card if Action And Thrills (Jnlore. LEGION DROPS TO AUTO WRECKERS Yates. rolling 475, was high scorer for tho Auto Wrecking team as it defeated the American Legion In two out uf t h r e e at tho 10!k alleys. Tho scores: AUTO WHACKING. M f G r a t h ................. HI 147 |T3! Ya ton ....... -- -- ......... 1 10 Swaliop ...--..J- .......... ]n7 Wingrove ___________ 127 Daniels - ............... --- 94 171 ItG 103 156 1M 142 12S 133 425 475 415 35S 382 Totals 6S2 69? 080 2055 AMERICAN LEO I ON. The Late Mr. Gooclbnn Throughout his life Pert y T. Good- bnn. n resident of London, hnd the reputnUjtn of being lute i'or his appointments. Just to p!ny a joke on his friends ho instructed the undertaker in hla will to be t"n minutes late with his body for the funeral ceremonies. Goodban diel recently and the undertaker did is ho was Instructed.--Capper's Wee!. !y. Most People Every man has to struggle for hlni- self, but mosf persons g i v e u bit of help where they can.--D U. Lawrence. Santmyer . Eisenhower ------- Huttcrmoro HJchter 102 133 10!) M',! S3 169 1-H 12G 13 1 157 121 117 122 128 i as 3 D2 301 ;jf,7 40f !!6S Fannie Brice's Kx-Man Is Rich Divorcee'3 Now Totals 570 71!7 G I G 1913 Ohiopyle O I I I O P Y L K , .Tun. !--LestM' D u l l of Kill) was ft CMllrr in t o w n Woi!- needay. Lcroy Knottor and Charles Abbey wore recent visitors in Uniontown. W lllam Jlankin of Uniontown was in O h o p y l A Wednohdry morning ou busincB. Mrs. Ireue McCoy left Tuesday for M u e l l e r to spend a short visit. Elmer Wallace wa* x rcceat busi- «e«s caller in Uniontown. Mrs. Frank Bailey has returnctl h o m o from a visit in Connellavlllo. M.. Jjoulee Galrs has gone to Mount rioiisaut tc, visit at t l \ a homo ot Mrt. Hah n. Uraly \ \ a - a c re put Inmi- 'r in Coiuit'l svilU'. Mre. Kus-bfll H a i h i U i K h atwt t w 1 children ivho hrvvo liecu i-witing h n r paronte, Mr. and M n . A. 1-. Tifsuo at K a u f u i a i n i havo re tirw.l to t h o i r hou e at Mather. Mr. and .\ir;-. John KinmsM't -md !'AO c h i l d i e n of S«wickU\- uro vii-itiiiB Mr. and Mrs. Judr»(.)it Wuit'o. John Holt wa« « lu.--inc!--s cnller at CoDfluciico Tutcsday. J(i^t'ph J H u r n w o r t l i t-pt-nt Tuctuiuy iu C'ount'llvUli!. Jules W. Arnold, bettei known ns "Nickv" Arnstein, vhp 's reported to have secretly married Mra. l.sa- bell*- McCullough in tht City Hall of Quebec, on Octobei 18. Mrs. Arnstoin is a beautiful I.onj* Island divorcee, said to be wotth $2,000,000 in her own nnra s. Fannio Brice, fotupdisnne, wa; "Nicky's" first wife- SLAVISH HALL WILL BE SCENE Announcement wan made today by the ConnllsvlJlo Athlotio Club t h a t its nf»xt amateur 1 oxing show -will IH hfld on Thunad-ay -veulng, January 113, at the- Slavish Hill. Tho management will mako public t h r o u g h ttieeo colunum the complete details of the program which., will vie in color and action w i t h any that Hw ©vor been presented hi Connollsvdlc or eltiewherc. Soui^ of tin befit boy« in this KQC- tlon of the SLato will on tor UIP ring und i r o m all indications the fight funt, who aro exported to crowd tho fipacl- ous iudltorlu!i on tho Wost Sides will get action galoro ae tho card w i l l in all p cohabit hie'i bo reploto -with thrillfi. Tho ConnollGville Athletic Club ha« not staged a 1 lght for eoveral niontlw and judging f r o m tho dihcueslous on the fitrecla tho hall will bo packed. LEAGUE OF NATIONS DROPS TWO OUT OF THREE IN DUCKPINS Mr-oflng th» I - r a g u " cf Nations on tho Klk alleys last nig it, the Haiti- more Ohio A c c o u n t a n t * ·won ^wo out of three gamp.-t. Tho ficorc**' n. 0. ACCOUNTANT?. M u l l i n 101 112 10S S I R Fa I co 112 Jelleye Montana Was Hardest Test, Forgetting 1 About jtfotre Dame. GEORGETOWN IS NOT EASY PITTS BURO, Jan. 9.--Ibespltc- the act that the Pitt Panthers still face 17 tough games there IB a steadily rrowlng. feeling that they have a good ·hanca to go through an undefeated reason. Tho players themselves aren't htn.kfng about it, but the ever Itopo- .'ul fans have fmo visions. Tha team has gone through, three veld tests In the last few days. Ohio State, Nebraska and Montana all giving- the Panthers plenty of trouble. The rangy westerners on each occasion wero tipping tho ball into the basket over tho heads of the midget Panther guards. After games like the last three, ICowallls and Artrue are ready to go to bed and stay for a eouplo of days. However, many figure that Montana was Pitt's last hardest contest until Notre Dame. They forget (orgetowu, a c l u b that has ranked high for n. number of years.. Pitt's only advantage over tho boys from Washington, D. C- lies in the fact that tho visitors will have to play a game with Wost Virginia tho night before, which won't help their condition any, Tho race for scoring honors on the Panther squad has Plttsburg iuterost- pd, Willie Arturo has been comiiiK along at a great clip, and might beat Charley Hyatt out for high honors t h i s year. Hyatt's principal value has boen Ills great def'tmilvo and floor game. Ho doesn't have to make a hftnket lo bet tho best, man on tht, floor. Notro Diuno comes to th« Stadium a week f r o m Saturday, and will he a slight favorite over tha Panther. Tho Hamblors havo the best team in years, and although they lost a few early season games., havo come back nod are winning consistently. KSersclmallor J9 ilaldivin ,, .. 125 W h i p key 1SB 126 122 504 in 112 J i S 112 30» a 71 3S2 JOE'S TIRES TAKE ALL THREE GAMES - FROM EAGLE TEAM Totals .. 603 016 GCS LSOAGUM OP N A T I O N ? . Hofiemlulo 70 Wldiner 102 _ . , Medvlc US Spfttler __12J Uoerfler . i: o 147 101 PHtsmont 100 1.15 70 103 ' 37f [ 121 f aor 211 2G1- 221 ToUiH Dti7 i?2fi BFO 17C: ELKS VICTORS OVER YOUGH MOTOR CLUB Tli fOlks took tho odd game tho Yough Motor C l u b at tho Alleys li^t ui^ht. De-Bolt rollo-d bcor-o with -i-O. Tho HCOI-OS. P. Opperman 1!?1 l l ^ M' PeR oil -..IB'J 121 ISO Trlm-poy JWJ 1-11 J16 IJeiber JT1 111 Briokman 152 1M 109 ]2G f j o m 101 k 413 262 420 12G Totals 733 G4K 0502027 YOUGH MOTOR. ffnyrtM- 102 m H52 392 H m a l l 9i 372 J03 370 Pc-ro - HI'. 117 111 311 Ho\\scr - -113 172 J10 424 D u m m y .. MO 100 100 800 AIDE CARRIED BODY GEN. REYNOLDS FROM FIELD AT GETTYSBURG \V1CLLSHOUO, Pa., Jan. 9--When It was first proposed to erocl, a statue of General J o h n F. Reynolds, who was killed at t'he Battle oC G-ottyis.btwK, ut Lancaster, Welleboro persons nt once supported tho proposal. Tho body .f General Reynolds was borne off tht 1 field by his aide, Major Charles II. Veil of Wellsboro, who thn x \v the Ivwly acrcce the Kaddlo of his horeo and took It back into f h e U n i o n lines. Had it not been for this act of h e r o w m , tho general's body w o u l d havo la,ll«n i n t o th-e hands of his enemies. Major Veil -nns prpeentel with tho Getieral'e w a t c h in recognition of hie 1 bravery, Fotlowiiif; the Oivll War tho I .Major wont We^t whore lie served ar an I n d i a n iUhtor. Lnlor ho rt-dlKiiod hin cotnmlnbion olid roturnetl Lo Wulls- borj, w h o r o he- engaged In the- MORE THAN 600 MILES OF ROADWAY BUILT IN STATI 1I.UUUIJBUEG, Jan 0--Moro t h a t GOU miles of n«w hlghwa.\v? wen con fttructod I n Pcm!«ylvti)la la; t yoai iinal renortfi froin routrnctoiti revoal ed today. A total of 530 mllo.n w e i o bull under contract, the Stato Highway De partoie»t aiinouncerj. in adilltion t that tho department^' own furco lal i bmall stretches, t o t n t J i i i K 87 mllen. On , h u n d r e d ami twenty mi lots f othe · highways wers resurfaced. At tha c-loho of tho year thoro wer i 185 contracti-, under way, although th cokl w e a t h e r rpi?trlctc-d thti actual paving to litlh 1 ' moro than 880 fee . Tho flguro i-, M i m e w h a t bolow the rc( ord of Ifi25. rt;ul weather and a lal ) etnrt In construction, due to i h o scii · c i t y of funds near the end of thn biei - ilium closing laat J u n e 1, wero rcspor - siblp- for tho droii be-low the pievioiii yc:ir. Jos'fi Tlro-s took all thre* from tii-o ltg)os In tho City IXNieuo at Kile AUoyfi last night, Sohonago of tho Kaglo.'i roglftter^vd 1R!) for tlu 1 hig-h ncoru for three fiames Tho wvnitte: J3AOL.KS. 154 Kanth 3'rLn.lwy IVelbor Hotter SohonrtKO 100 119 150 94 117 108 1'07 172 137 365 123 330 113 340 1S1 4S9 Totals 630 MR 665 190-2 JOECS TIR13S. J. OpiM-man 131. 12 i 153 ' .JOS Joe Bencher 114 113 174- 400 Cun-niii-gluwn 101 ILH 1-57 371 HaWhiU 110 143 SI S34 John Bencher ,._.!«3 148 135 4B6 TotaU 6-1-2 640 GOO 1072 Patronizo those who advertise. CIVIL CASES WILL BE CALLED FRIDAY; ·COURT ON JAN. 11 UNIONTOWN, Jan. 0--All attorne; are requested to bo present Fridf morning at 9 o'clock when the tri liet for the January term of civil con · will bo called. The three judges w be on tho bench, and an e f f o r t will\ made to arrange tho ca eri no that m a x i m u m n u m b e r c a n be IriPd durii tho lollowing week. In the piUtt considerable delay h , been occasioned by rcaeon of one i torney representing several elien whose caeee were bunched togeth and by hto i n a b i l i t y to h a n d l e rno ' t h a n ono caf,j at a tiina, thartsby t ing up the u i a c h i n o t y o£ the courts, fooiiwallon with l'i ol h o u o t a r y D. Biiiiley, tho llbl w i l l ix «o armiig Friday n« to make ^ porilllv a bn , working week, Threo weeks of ci court will iitart on January 13. S u m o Fix He was too young to be In school. He seemed very lonesome since hla playmates were gone. While he ent with his heud bowed and a downcast look on his face, n slmggy, dirty, little dog rnn up to him whining. The dog was friendless nnd forsaken also. "Aw doggie," called tho little lad, pnthet- icnlly. "I'll play wl' yo.' Me and yoa are In (he sntne fix." Automatic Reincarnation There 1 is no such Insect ns the last house fly. Kill him n thonsr^fj times and he comes back, meaner shin ever. --Toledo BJflde. Dse Classified Ad«. 'J0h?y bring results. Expected to Throw Light 3k ^** Section XII Pennant -® Kiisg of Swat Keeps In Form for Diamond Babe Ruth, King of Swat and (Bambino de Luxe, just can't keep away from the sphere. Ha ia shovni here keeping tha old arm. warm by hurling a lev ten strides down the alley. Strikes won't worry the Babe any more until the Spring training: season rolls around once more. Boxing "Freaks" Given Setbacks By Commission NEW Y011K, Jaii. 9 -- Three prize ring freak?-- Prlmo Camera, Art Shlre« and "California .lack" Murphy --received setbacks at tho hai df? of the Xcw York Boxing Commission yesterday. Camera and ^5tl^plly we - e re- fuectl pormieelon to fight "set-uifi" in matclKya arranged hero, while Shires wae suspended pending investigation of charge that he engaged In a "fixed" bout in Chicago and attempted t h l r a an opponent to "lake a dive" a t Detroit. Carnam and his manager, Ijco i Se% vieitod t h e commibeion, filed a hree- ywir contract appointing See af» manager of tho I t a l i a n giant, and ro-'elved HcenfeCfl. Whon permission wae asked for a bout between Camera JIIK Carl Carter, veteran Brooklyn negro, the commission refused. See wae Informd that Carneri will not bo allowed to nvwt "sot-wpp" nnd that hie opponents in Now York muet be fighters of recognized ability, weighing at leaftt 210 pounds a n d nt loa«t 6 feet2 inches tall. M u r p h y who mfido a hit w i t ) Now York fans by his c I owing in a ,'ccent bout at Madlaon Square Garden was refused permiesion to moot Ralph Smith of California. Smith eerved as Jack Dompeey's opponent in Oemp- sey's theatrical career a year a? o and le regarded unlit for further ring engagements. Shearer Will Place Combination Against Dickson's Veterans. LARGE CROWD IS EXPECTED The veteran cage contingent o£ Perry T o w n s h i p High School, bejit on tho c h a m p i o n s h i p oC Section XII, W. P. I. A. League, will make its first rea! bid tor the outstanding laurels ia that group when it treks to tin 1 Leisenring Xo. J gymuas'ium to take iSn tho Duubar Township cagers, 3920 c h a m p i o n s . Two "arch rivals," who anmially put up a whale of a scrap for titles of o v ' r y description, aro on edge for the Initial of tho two-game series w h i c h w i l l lend much light on tho disposition of the award. Each got away to a flying start In the circuit last week and the meeting of the two pennant contenders has been a signal for unprecedented interest. Coach Clifford G. Dlckson has four of Irs five regulars from last year on hand. Hie fifth position has been illlpd by one of his first-string subs of the 1029 contingent which gives the Perryopolis outflt a decided advantage. Bruce Shearer of Dunbar, on the other hand, has but two of tho 192!) championship regulars. The other berths were taken by reserv-es who saw very little action, inasmuch as D. T. was pressed in virtually every fray. Close folowrs who have seen I/ei- sMiiiug In action contend that the cluh shapes up much bettor than tho 1929 champions which had its fill of individual stars. This year's outfit is a five-man combination and that moans a tremendous advantage over the last campaign's club. Persons whw havo witnessed Perry- Dunbar settos will vouch for the scores of thrills and action galore. The gymnasium is ox peeled to be taxed to capacity for this game. To win means (juite an edge for the t r i u m p h a n t club toward the 1930 pennant and this all Roes to lend moro spirit. Perry is comira: with a huge crowd a n d D. T. w i j j not be outdono and the spacious court wll be crowded whan the whistle sounds. Smallpox Epidemic IteporUd. UON'OUUTAJ, Jan. 9.--Tii-o naval station 1-s in receipt of a distrois call from th-e Golden Sun, plying botw-eeoi Seattle and 1 Manila, reporting 44 caes of smallpox. JACK DEMPSEY SAYS BOYS BEHER JUIT STALLING ATLANTA, Jan, 9--Jack Dempecy repeated that well-known v-eiled threat, to return to the ring ae he an-lved t(» referee a bout for thft American Legion hore. , Asked if h p would fight again, Jack paid: "If the hoys now fighting do not. mix il up moro and quit so muchetall ing, I may take a eh-ot at one or two of them for luck." Patronize those who advertise. ,/ Big Free Square Dance Friday Night, Jan. 10 "New Community Hall (Formerly Miller's Hall) South Conuollsvlllo Music By Ray Haggerty AN!) HIS FIVE PENNIES :vuf sod. est Crawford Avenue

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