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MONDAY, JANTJAKY 20, 1930. THE DAILY COUTlIER, CONNELLSVIL: .B, PA. PAGE FIVE. Basketball Basketball By JAJtES M. 1BJSCOLL MOUNT PLEASANT Cokers Will Be Pressed Hard by Singley 'Machine Which Defeated Latrobe Westmoreland Quintet Fittingly Celebrated Coach's , ' Engagement. DOLDE OUTFIT IS PRACTICING With the unexpected triumph of the Mount Pleasant I-'Hgb School over La- trobo Friday evening in Section X, W, P. I. A. League, new interest has been awakened in tho contest tomorrow night at tho High School gymnasium where tho Cokers tafce on the Moun- tiea In another circuit encounter. Bill Dolde'e quintet le working hard for the tussle which promisee to be hard fought and which will require the best brand of basketball that the Orange and Black machine la ablo to produce ce the veteran Mount Pleasant; club will be hard to stop. Followers ot the Mount Pleasant outfit contend that the verdict, over I^atr-obo was a fitting manner for the Oiiintot to celebrate tho recent en- sajjeraent announcement o£ the conch, Clifford Of. SJngley. who soon is to join the ranks of the benedicts. While ·ft was a real celebration for the Mounties, it served to upset the dopes- tors 'who had anticipated an easy victory for Tjatrobe, and ne the result Union town was given a llrtn hold on th lead In tho division, that -unde- Touted team being Idle. Meant I'lcasant cannot be taken l't{;Mly by any of iho cluba in tho league. The boye have been toiling hard and they avo getting hep to tho Kumo w h i c h is more or less an innovation inasmuch n» tho athletes have heretofore been deprived ot a good court. However, with the immediate completion of the now high school building, the calibre of this phase of uompletiUon ie expected to rteo rap- Idly. · Tho Cokcrs are mx1ous to get back i n f o the win ranks ond w i l l bo out to K'Tif ii decisive tally if it Is possible. The e n t h u s i a s m which m a r k s the w o r k o u t s Is Indicative ot a new life in the combination w h i c h ' w i l l make the Orange and Black a hard contender, Panthers Easily Down Notre Daise; Play Tech Friday The O-otden T'anthern continued on tho path to an undefeated season at intt Stadium Saturday n i g h t , defcutlng Notre Dame basketeers by a score of 33 to 13. Pittsburgh great cjuintot gave a vivJd exhibition of the indoor sport, taking an early lead -which was never threatened by the Irish passers. Charley Hyatt again led the way for the Panthers with four double deck- ers, while I^e§ Cohen, Art ure and Zehfuss each contributed three. Crowe, reserve Notre Dame player, a brother of Clem Crow*-, St. Vliioent Collgo athletic coach and former Notre Dame star, was Injected into the line-up and sa a fleM goal. Clem Is atoo kntfwiv in Connellsvillc, having played with the Caey (.'lub. In the pveUmi.na.ry i o tho Notre Dame-Pitt contest, the i'anther yearlings chalked up the 3''th victory, in succession by dofeatinrr St. ItosaTia High ; by a score of 36 to 12. Next Friday evening w i l l find the Pa-nthers meeting Carnegie. Tech in the second same of tbo merles for tho chainifxionsh'.p- of nittsburp. The Pl.-i.id was downed by jt very slim margitn in the opening -0'ntest. Grove City defeated ','arnegie Tech by a score of ·17 to '(H at th-e Tartan court Saturday night. Tech held ;i | 20-2G lead at the h a l f l u l waa unable to maintain its advantage. K i s k i nosed out the Carurgl^ Tech PlelMv-, 80-29, hi tho .prellmi.nary game. SCOTTDALE HIGH ·MEETS LATROBE TOMORROW NIGHT Millers Look Forward to Con- Game Friday livening. - MUCH INTEREST ALREADY SHOWN SCOTT.DAT..K .Kin. 20.--The rambling basketoors of Seottdwlo High School, who t h u s far this c'itnrpalE?! t«avo b(xn showinc: a.n, "an and out.'' form, will onrf-eavor (j gp-t back Int.o a w i n n i n g ^ait. tomorrow ovonitvg when the p o w e r f u l L.ji.f.robo quiuUH Is e-ncoiintercd *it. tuo- Btnt-e Armory in atioth-er gamo in Rection X, W. P. I. A. 1,/eagup. T h u t Lati'dbe Is apt to IK conquered is gleaned f r o m Iho great work of Mount l'k;a.;mtt High dribblers wiio u,ps-et the donesters with a 10-8 triumph Jnsj. Friday. Un-doubtedly tho I/atrof'.« boys wJll como hor-o w i t h "blood-" in tlicir eyes but tbo Kirkman proteges will be j u s t as determined to dim their bMnlsers a little more with another .setback. Scottdalo will participate I n another otrcn:it clash on Kriday oven Ing when the ilrst of the two-gatno series with ConneH'SVille will be iK'iyed at the already 'manifest in the gnme sind a large delegation is oxpt-otcc! to accom- ·pany the Siil! Towners. SORDS P O I N T S 0 · · , « ·' · BILL TILDEN MEANS IT THIS TIME S P 0 K.TS G LEA N I ' 1S MEYERSDALE DOWNS BERLIN DRIBBLERS IN SOMERSET LOOP MWYERSDALB, Jan. 20--Moyersdale High School scored Its second straight' victory if the season in the Somerset C o u n t y High School Cage League over; Berlin by a ecore of 2G to 7 at Reich's i · UKlitorinni. j I S e r D n ecored but one point during ( h e half while i h o homo q u i n t e t c h a l k e d up ,a totnl of 1IJ. Tho l i n e - u p : .Hcyorsdii.Io--i!d. ·- llcrlin--7 Kerrigan K ...Groff Price F Coughenour Cook - C -- _.L,eeIio Hoyor Cr PrlU Saylor ..- - G .'Walker Substitutions -- Meyersdale, Wright, U'Este and Iloatctler; Berlin, Zimmerman and Logue. Ffeid goals--Price 4, Cook, Boyor, Wright ^, Ilofltotlor, Groff, Coughon- oiir, Pritz. Kouls--Cook, ," out of !; lioyer, 1 «Mit of II; Groff, 1 out of S. Referee--Jack Morrin. Central Baseball League ofiiclals have decided to play a 1-10-gamo schedule during 1930, It being a split campaign, tho Ilrst half ending on July !. Richmai's $22.50 Newest Spring and Summer Suit and Topcoafc patterns have just been received. Fine worsteds ^ Gabardines Twists Cussbneres Silk'Stripes Shadow Stripes Overplaids Herringbones All made in the season's smartest shades of gray, tan, brown, blue and Bergundy. A422.50 SiMOi'S CASH CARRY !."»( IV, CnnvJ'onl A v e n u e , l-'nst Sid*,- Soisson ROCKWCOD TEAMS EASILY CONQUER CAIRNBROOK HIGH UOCKWOOD, Jan. 20--The boys and girls batsketeers of t h e rtockwood High School again chalked up a double t r i u m p h , disposing of the formidable aggregations of Cairnbrook Township. The boys easily registered their victory with a tally of 2!! to 3. The score at the end of tho Ilrst h a l f waa 10 to 1. Holding a load of M to 2 at. the close of the half, the Ilockwooil girls easily sailed to a 33 t,o 13 decision in the prelhulnray contest. Tho lineup of the-buys game: Kockwood--23 Culrnbrook--« Kimmel F noborltsou White F .... _. Statler Zoai'foss.. 0 - Websic Kreger.. _ G _ _._Da)ier Zutu.ll G K!p!» Substitutions--Morrison for White, Meyere f o r m K i m m e l , tkikor Cor Krcg- cr, Kimmel for Keailoss, Sisack for Duher. Field goals--While -I, Meyers -i, Baker I. Foul polas--White, K l m m e l , JHoar- foss 2, Kreger, Koberteou 2, Statler. Keferee--Groes. The line-up of the girl^ game: Kockwood--88 Cairnbrooh--13 13. McVickcr F Hefferiuau Zearfose _ F r ._ Hobufiick Henry ,,... () ;' Cronack liurnworth S(,' Schuman II. McVlcker.. G Colmar Spelcher.-... C! Gray Sutetltntlons--Uvitiigood for Heni'y, Celman i'or Habuslcl:, i'omeroy for Colmar. Field goals--E. McVicker S, Zearfoss 7, Heffertnau 5, Celman. Foul goals--E. M c V l c k e r , Kearfoss j ·J, Celman. Referee--Gross. Two t o n s of t i c k e t s hnve, bvn or- dorrd b y .tho l - ' i l t w b u r g P i r a t e s f u r ( l i e IJIS'J baacb:ill seuson, * * * Dr. Clnronr.tr Sppars, t ? n i v c r n i ( y of Minnesota coach, H n t u i ' d t i y K i g n t d :i fiVf-ypiir i-ontract to t u t o r III.: I.Jui- v e r s i t y of O r e g o n i'oo1b;ill (/.··am. *· * * Jack JOlilcr, star Noire "Dame i'oot- lui!! fliifl i r a n k athlete, won I ho 00- viirtl i t i v i t i lion s p r i n t feature e v e n t oC t!io I B t U ainnui: Brooklyn Colloge iu- riciar games S a t u r d a y night. Ho won by five feet. * * !» Charley Bowser, former University ot Plltsburg .jjridirou ace and back- Held coacli at his Alraa Mat'jr for the last three years, is reported tb new mentor til TJowttotn College at Port- l a u d , Me. * * * Howard Tryon, K i m i r a , X. Y., vanquished C u r l D u n u , .5r., dfrfoudiug champion of M o u n t Plymouth, Fla., Saturday to win the national amateur golf chit mp ion ship at St. A u g u e t i n e , Fiti. * * * U u q u e s u e basketeers suffered tho first setback of the season. Saturday n i g h t at the hands of: Colgate University, :;3 to M. * # * The great Art SUires lias bowed to the greater one In the pernoti of .ludgi; Kenesaw Mountain Landis, commissioner of baseball, as ia indicated In bis u n i i o u u c i ' m c u i . that he is t h r o u g h w i t h boxing and w i l l c o n f i n e all of Ids fittenlioii to t h e d i a m o n d s p o r t . Judge liiiudlu i d a u e r l u r u l i n g that any atli- icto w h o J i i d u l g c u in prize .ilghUus a u t o i n i i i i c i i l l y ia .suspo-nilci! from baKe- bnll. * i* if It y o u w a n t to MM: a r e a l rage con- teat tvu,, out lo tho High School gym lomorro^v night. * ·-. * * Nat Holinan, regarded the greatest professional basketball player in the country, lias signed a contract willi tho Chiougo JiruiiiK of the National League at $1!!,000 a season, t h e largest siilacy 'vc;r paid to a. eagi^ star, * * -Lloyd \Vaner, popular center lleldor.' of the PUtaburg Pirates, hint ntglit w e n t to the Presbyterian Hospital, PiUsbui'S'. Ho was ready to have a bothersome a p p e n d i x removed. The operation \vaa to be performed today. , . By ,,' ACK SORDS j ' ' Cfenfra Press l ports Ca.rtoonlst-~fPrlt.er. FMher Tims has chalked up another victory, for It appears that B11{ Tllclcn means it thin Urns in anr junclngr Ms withdrawal from international competition in tha future. This season will be the first n n. good number of years that the one* invincible -Tilden will bo mlssin .- from the Davis Cup squad. Ever since he traveled abroad with the Unl crt States team in 191!) to help bring homo the famous trophy that then r ;stcd with Australia, Big Bill has carried the brunt of America's attack. Even after the departure o£ the silver clip for foreign shores'his effoi ta have been foremost in the attempt!) to bring- !t back. But 37 years is heavy load on, a tennis player's ehouktcrs and the strain ot gruelling mate ios proved loo much for the lanky veteran. Classified results Advertisements Try thia-m. Noted Net Star Seeks 'Divorcei Mourrt Pleasant Downs Alvcrton In Close Baftk MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 20 --Inspired by its flrst victory of the season over Latrobe in a league game Friday night, Coach Clifford Sin rley's Mount Pleasant High School cage team bested Uie Kast Hunt! igdon township passers in a three-u i n u t e overtime match lievo Saturday light, 17 to 15. Benedict, varsity man, wh was u n a b l e to start in the game due to an Injured ankle, war. Inserted at t \c ne- p r i n n i n g of t h e e x t r a time ' icriocl when !ho Hcoro stom! l.'!-33 an ! won the same for tha Hluo n.nd .S r hHc, scoring a fir-Id goal and a foul. Andrish a n d ' F r e e d WITC higl acor- ers, each s i n k i n g Lhreo iicid t irown. Mount. Pleasant nierts Co inells- v i l i o Tuesday night in n Isagm game and the tilt will mark tho flrsi game at home for the Blue and Will e this season. Mi, riciiBant--17. K. IfiiiiUiiffd n--1.. Abromsoii V - ihaffor I'iilnilino !·' T -ineskn I'Yeed C - .Midrlsh Volldn 'G ,,..._ I.ji /nmoiiu Simmons C Dexori, Tho score by periods: Mt. PleusuuL 3 5 n 0 2--17 K. Hunliugdou a , 5 2 4 1--15 Substitutions--Briercheck f r Simmons, Benedict for' Abromso i, Hys- k c l i for Lommons. Field goals-Shaffer 2, Temcako, A n d r i s h :, Lcni- niotis, Abromsioii ", Freed .'', l e n o d i s i . Foul goals--Mount P l e a s a n t , out of S; Knst I - I u n t i n s d o n , 1 oul . of (i. Kel'rrr.i; M u r p h y . Dunbar Township Cagers Meet Fayette City Squad At Leisonring Tomorrow Buicks Conquer Monessen Squad By Large Margin SCOTTDA1.K, Jun. 20.--Tho Scot.l.- dale BuicKii defeated the K u i g U t f i o f i Pythias haskcteers oE Monesef n Saturday evening at the Armory by a score o£ 42 to 20, getting vengeance for tho recent reversal suffered at tbo Monongahela Valley team's court. Ifuller, Huntsman and Turk led tbo Mill Towners to victory with a total of 14 double-deckers. Marlin and J. Cafferty also came in for their share of honors while Leonard and If.aho did the beet work for Monessen. The Buicks took the lead in the early moments of play and as tho contest progressed the home combination seized the opportunity to increase the margin and the final m i n u - tes of the second and fourth ^uartorB found the reserve* holding tbeir own with the veteran rugged baskoteers ot Monessen. i Nevertheless it was another excellent exhibition of tho indoor snort and a good filzed crowd v/an on hand to tieo tho con!.o«t despite the fact that wealbw conditions were unfivorable. On Wednesday the B u l r k o w i l l j o u r n e y to Latrobo. Another game is also being arranged for this week, a n n o u n c e m e n t of which will be made through thceo columns. Tho line-up: Buicks--12. Monrssen---29. ^Huntsman. , F MrLaughlin Fuller F .Fsebo Turk C ,, I/eonard J. Ctifferty G Sichi Marlin G-.._ IVTeyera Substitutions--Monessen, Labbetsa, Baccotra, Swalin, Eieley; ScotWale, T. Cafferty, Zimmerman, Urookman, Collins. Field goals--leaho 3, Ixonard G, Slchi, Meyers 2, Fuller 6, Huntsman 4, Turk 4, J. Cafferty, Marl In. 3. Fouls--McLaugblin 2, leabo 1, I/eon- ard 1, Sicbi 1, Huntsman i, Turk 1, J. Caffnrty 1. lleferee--Murphy. Visiting Coinlilnatioit Has Most Formidable Club in School's History. JOHNSTOWN FANS TO TALK DIAMOND FRIDAY EVENING JOHNSTOWN, Jan. 20--Friday even- lug, January 2i, has been set as the date for tbe baseball fang ot Johnstown to decide whether or not the Flood City will place a club in the Middle Atlantic League at the start of tbe 1330 season ne the result ot action of the Boostcra Club. Vincent J. Schoenhardf, secretary and bufjlncee manager of the Johnnies, bas received numerous .-ipplicatioiiB from players and mauagen i'or berths on the club. A telegram has been received f r o m J o n Harris, formerly of tbe PRlsburg Pirates, Washington Senators and Boston Braves, /stating that be would iike to handle tbe Flood City club this campaign if he is paid ?I5,000 for his work. BELLE VERNON FLOOR FRIDAY The groatcet. basketball team in the history of t.ho F/iyel.fo City HiEh Mchool w i l l journey to Leitienriug No, J. g y m n a s i u m tomorrow e v e n i n g lo combat UKJ Ounbar Township School in «.n exhibition gamo should serve to keep t h e llfxl and Black in condition for f u r t h e r competition In. Section 12, W. P. I. A. League. Fayetto City is playing Its hardest schedule and 20 diflicult alignments confront the formidable quintet that should make things interesting for Bruce M, Shearer's aggregation which has swept through to live triumphs in as many starts. While Leisearlng also boasts a crack club, the. power of tho visitors cannot be regarded too lightly arid the [my tomorrow will attest to this fact. However there is the contention thai, the Ited and Black also has tine of the beet combinations in the history of tbo D u n b a r Township High School. The Fayotto City gamo nevertheless should enrve to prime t h e boya lor their game on Friday evening at Bolle Veniori which, incidentally, w i l l bo iho f o u r t h start in league play. On Uie following wools. Scwlckley coince to IrOi,-,enring in tho Una! contest during the first half. Belle Vevnon has triumphed over Huret and EaaL ItuntJngdon while It: has bowed before tho veteran Ilerfcu 1 - nie q u i n t e t . This club should be ablo to keep Iho Red and Black on. the jump d u r i n g the 32 minutes of play. Already some of tho followers oE the I/oisenring club have expressed, the belief that tus far as tho W. P. I. A. League's regular schedule is concerned that contingent will not suffer a eingle defeat. However Porry Township In particular is said to be contending that there'll be a different story when the Dunbarltea jouraey to Perry opol is, Dunbar Township does not boaet of any stars as its roster has had !n tho past yeare and Coach Bruco Shearer is commended for tho fact that, ho hoa a flve-m«,n team that !s ablo to produce a much better brand ot ball, a type that appeals much better to tha sporting blood of tho community A glinvpee oC the club in action instantly shows to the fans that the principal aim of the basketee-rs ie not self glory but .a winning combination and tbie K being realized in an excellent m a n n e r . CARL K. RUSH IS ASSISTANT MANAGER STATE COLLEGE FIVE KCOTTDAL'B, Jan. 20--Carl K. R».--,l, of Kcottdale i« the a«ffptn.nf. m.-tnagoi' of the basketball tcaai at Pcnijiss-1- vauia State College. I Carl its a graduate of tho Scottrl.iH High School. He in capably hand!in;; bis -duties, according to word from that; inel.itutkm. Miss Mujovic Cox and her fianc«, Mr. Jack Crawford, both of New South' Wales, will probably represent their country in tha neitt Davis Cup tennis aeries. Miss Cox iron the women's singles championship at Victoria for tiro years in succession, while Crawford did the same thing in tha men's clasa. i Al Bursters, "special delivery," who i v/as robbed of ali-AmericMi honors by i n j u r i e s in mldsoa-aon, ha t nccopted. a position on Iho coar.hliiK .itaflt ot HOH- '.(.(m University. Tbe ,D!U Imoulh. istar t was regarded as one of the most bril- J H a t n backs in the c o u n t r y last full. '-'.'· £'· A' .Tust bear in mind t h a t another ot! ' ( h e excellent ile'J't programs will bei '''presented tit the Slavish Hall ou Tuen- i d a y n i g h t , J a n u a r y 2 S . cairget aBATTERY With this symbol F Golden Pantliera W in Firsit (iame The Golden Panthers defe Iiiiaiar-ulale C.'oncepHon team Catholic schfMjl door on morning by a fic-oro of 20--5. The line-up: Panthers-- 20. Cutholh J. B. Klein F I r _. MteiUns 1? P. Perrus'..... ,.C.........:... T. Per r UBS G ' J. Klein (r Field goals--J. B. Klein 2, V. Perriis G, Aeh 2. Foul goalvs--P. Perrus 1, .1 Ash 1 . . . . ited tho at Hirs Saturday Heads Grid at Wesleynn »/ I Five Rush ; Ash .... Durfit .._ DeOre Keys I Miskinls, | Klein 1, j Kosamund G!uclc, niece of Mrs. A r i h u " S c h o e l i k o p f , of New Y o r k find Niajarrj Falls, h?ir to the Scho»llkopf power millions, and husband, R a l p h Powell, nationally-known t e n n i s player. He has filed suit f o : divorce. Powell met his v.-ife while both were in the; cmptay «t Mrs. Schoeilkopf, shwtly iftor the war. He charges Killed Under Toppled S eigli. H'ACO, Me., J a u . 'JO. -- Mrs- . Louise PoleWer, 35, of BliUlcford, sv LS f a t a l l y Injured li-eve iaisi night wh-ei sh \vu.s from ;i sleigh. Sh was ou \va.v to c l i u i ' d i wlien 1)« horw ' freigluenefl and bo!-e.cj. The o v e r t u i u c i i p i n n i n g t :e w o m a n it. OUT elaasiUed advord: euieutk. lier A. /. "Swede" Ober/ander, Dartmouth football st.tr, who Wits nnmed to practically every AU - American team in 1925, has now been sppoinfed head coach of football at Wnsleyati University. Obe.'lander, ha:f bean assistant coach at Ohio Stato. for the last three years. ena K « t your tnoncy's \rorih vrhen buj'- tns a Firestone. We re* jmlr--recharge--and «arr- · Jo« all otolsmi. Drive in for Frae AH enjjornnce records broken with Ftroiton* Cura-IMppcd T ! r e · , We guarantee *!! tint tmd take A T T E R Y Firestone Service Stores, Inc. II. C. "Zoke" Hinhltx'k, Mg-r. 122 W, A|plf Si, I'hotif 21.

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