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TUESDAY, JANUAKY 21, 1930. -x'HE DAILY COURIER, CONNELIflVlLI ,111, PA, Basketball High School Meets Strong Mount Pleasant Contingent At Local Gym,This Eyening' ®- Undoxrated'- Slngley Machine Proved Power in Beieat- ing Lutvofoe Five. COKERS LOOK TO'SCOTTDALE PIIO to the incanrptetc? state ol its gymnasium which Is now under construction 4n Its now high school btiitd- i'njr, to bo known oa -the Brffkhio Jlam- Hay High School, the Mount Pleasant ha»teotba!l o.u1ntct will Journey to Conn*ll8vMe tonight to ongago tho Orange and Black in a W. P. I. A. Mount Ploaaant sprung a lilg surprise last- Friday whoa tho outfit downed tho Highly touted Latvobo aggregation on tti« la I tor's floor and then jidiminlstored another setback to tho ddpeaters In tri-nwntng Bast Hunt- ing-clou Townshl-p Saturday in an overtime s«tto and tho clash toniglvt promises to te a real 'battle. Another added interest is that the losing club will g.o Into tho cellar position in the stan-dring- of tho teams In Soction X. One of tho largest crowds of tho year Is exacted, -to assemble for this contest. Tho Colters will fi .0 pressed hard by tho Slngle-y 'machine. Friday night night will Mud Scott- dalo playing at tho HSi;h School gym- ·nastutn In another of the popular contests' which Btiould draw a larg-o crowd oC followers. Mount Pleasant will bo ild'te on Friday, Ot the soven loams In Section X. the Kvwhart machine of Unlontown High School Is , considered a» having the best cha-rtces to finish in first place and many expoct thorn to go through the campaign :wHh an excollent record. Others con ton d that tho connty- scators thus Car havo had art easy jschortnile lno to the fy.ct that th«ir victories were won from two of the weak tennis in the league. Golf Tourney Brings Notable Gathering Cascys Play Fast M^nessen K. of P. Quintet Tomorrow T-ho Cfisoy C l u b w f J t make Us M-cund a'])pi!nrancc bRforo the.Connete- vllk' "fixua on . \ evening a t ' Uio State Armory whoa the Knjghls of J ' y t l i i u f l U'iuu ot Moiieiseeu--rated as a p o w i - r f u l c o u t e n i i u r -- w l l le played. Tii'j K. 01' P. tiuintct "bmnpcU off" | tb'. jicotUUUo Uulcku in a clash a t ! .\i,)U--rtaOH recently and then tho'.! C u i c k n evoHod up tho count ou Satu r d a y at. ScoUdalc. T.'io contest toniorr-ow will bogiu at S:U o'clock w i t h a preliminary feat- u r l n x tho provlona hour. Tho Keagy Corner live and tho Smithton A. C. will appear in tho first contest. Minus only one profeslonil star of any prominence, the Jrreis test field in the hietory of Pacific Coast 1 golf crossed niblicks at tbe Riviera 1 Country Club, Los Angeles, in the first IS holes of the annual 72- hole grind for the $10.000 Los Angelea open championship. Johnny Rogers was leading the field at the end of the first day with a 70 ; on his card. SPOUTS GLEAXINGS J BASEBALL TRAWWG SEASON WILL BEGIN WITHIN ONE MONTH In les« t h a n a month tho major league training season of 1930 w i l l bo j u n d e r way. It ei«-ems no time since j the- world woriea oE 1020 was b e i n g ! That classic Is still being post-'. niorto-mod by funs tho country o v e r . ; .Am! it. will probably 1m talked about; oven atter tho at,hletr« gft busy again! in t h e i r Southern awl Western camps.' In a little moro t h a n throe- w e e k s ] tho New York Giant, will eoml thoir | pitchers. catcherK and a number ot y o u n g inliuWers to Bun Antonio, Tox., to i i t a r t tho bail rolling. J i j h u J. McGrnw 1-3 at present in I l u v a n a , and plitun lo remain u n t i l tin; l a t t e r part, of n-xt m o n t h . Davo TkiMCroft, recently engaged, nr-i lieu- t e n a n t , w i l l be in charge of tho ;ul- g u a r d . Thu Chicago Cubs, National Leagtio c h t i m p l o n s , nro not. xoing to . l e t tho (jcinut« or «ny ether n u t fit get tho j u m p oii tht-m. Manager ..loo McCarthy lias ordurvd his bat lory men to report in l i m o to Hlart work February 15. Tbe Pii'atiM will not lie far be-bind l!u t'uii-a. ManiiRer Jewel 10ns. ami a I n r ^ i ; j i a r t y ol' pitcliors, catclieri.; mid y d U i i K i n f l e W o r s w i l ; set out for .1'aeo Ko!ile«. C ' n l . , l'Vb"u;irr .IS. ;uul indulge in ' i K M r i n i t i a l workout live dayii Utter. t'liiiiiif.-' "ifnck's vjiuj?iiiird w i l l buvo i t s f i r s t workotil ;i! i'Virt Myers, Vtr... ou W a s h i n g t o n ' s Birthday, ac- cordiiif; to presseut ,)lan«. uul hiss in- Hohlers and outik-lch r* w i l l boon hand Charley H y a t t , ' s t a r iKiskatball plfty- er at PJtt v has two younger brother* who may come-along ono o;' these days to s u p p l a n t him. A r t h u r i s a member o£ the Schoniey High squad and Maneflald, youngest of. tho trio, la with (he Herroii H i l l Junior I-II-jh nggroga-" tion. * * * Hugo, veteran coach oC football at Pennsylvania SUto College, hae re-signed hia pos(. ' H f s a tlou, a voluntary one, hae .Tsoe-n fipproved by the trustees. Me will .remain at tho Efcijool but in another cap .icily. * * * Dr. Charlas A. Jorgenson, Ohio c h i r o p r a c t o r , has betsn slsno.d by the Plttsburg Piratefi ae a nev. trainer, lie will accompany tho team to the coast on its s p r i n g training trip. * * L)oyd Waner, 23-y-enr-old outfielder of tho Pittsburs Pirates, u n d e r w e n t an operation at Presbyterian Hospital in Pitteburg yetorday. * * « A deadlock in tho election of n foot- IxiH captain at W. J. h a B occurred. Tho honor lios between Andy Cocti- rane, guard, of Pittfiburg, and Irvine, tackle, oC I.xx:k Huvon. I t . Is expected the a t h l e t i c council will 1-avo to make a choice, in wlile-h event both mon w i l l be named j o i n t l y . MORE FOREST TREES SHOULD BE PLANTED By U n i t e d I'rp 1 1 A R R I.STM.T IIG , J-ai i . j k l a n t i n g \f. t h e o n l y rem of idle l a n d , according Brown, a c t i n g (loan of Ne College of Forestry. There nro 81,000,000 . abandoned or u n u s e d C a Dean Brown. Wo arc p l a n t i n g a b o u t ill), 000 «. a n n u a l l y . At thlii rate, n i n e ocnturi-es to rocla-hv tho snmc. lime i t i d i i « t r y a groator and greater mi 21.. -- TTa rest -dy for was to to Nelson C. w York State .icres of this -m, land, says at p r e s e n t .:re« to trees it will .tako t h i s l a n d . At i;j d e m a n d i n g oC wood ':'!;(· ("lovoland Iii:i.Tiis' b a t t e r y men w i \ l i n o b l l i x o a t N e w Orleans F e b r u a r y ".". Tin-- juU-luH'.s mill cati'hcrs w i l l l.vivc- t i n - ;i'\vanUis:f of lw, weeks' \ v ( . ] - U lhfore Uie i-tsirularu K t r t r t i n , t h e J u t ( · - ! · not, bi-ltig- ordensl to report u n t i l l l a r i ' b 10. The C ' i n c i i i H a U Uciin w W l lie t h o l . i - . l of I bo in;ijt.-rf t n «» i n t o aoiion. T h e i r n o w i n i i n i i . n i ' i . Da:i t i o w e y , t'or- !io Si. I .or. in H . M W U S , d o v p u ' t : I H . i n n c i i M i u - i i t K w o r k , .ui \ \ i l l ...;·· -U-Hitli .us :t wh(jl k , nl {-.·.".(·(i .Mai i-h :! O u r o w n c o u n t r y s h o e x a m p l e , by tlie- i i n t l o Gveo.t I ' t r l t a i n t i p p r o p r i a l f o r troo p l a n t l i i K i i n t n c the war. In France, II i gion, t'oVinorly a desoln become, a* ( h e result or i n g , , it p r o s p e r o u s ure;i l i i d u e t r i e s based on t h e t i o n . I n thlfi c o u n t r y , a b a n d o IncrLxuiing more rapidly being taken u p f o r other ld f o l l o w t b e ue of Europe. -.-d $. : iO, 000,000 l i a t c l y a f t e r ic- fjandes ro- -e wa.stt\ has forcs-t. plant- i . w i t h m a n y wood produc- ned areas are t h a n they a r e purposes. By JAMES' M. DIHSMOM J AGE Ni'NK. Basketball. MUCH ACTIVITY TONIGHT, FRIDAY *----- LairolK! Plays .ut Scot-tdalo, Cokers ml; Homo in Sec- lion X Contests. GREAT INTEREST. BEING MANIFEST Considerable activity is scheduled in this week's calendar' of the Wesl.- wu PennB-ylvania Intorscliolastlc Ath-. letic League as tlio contenders TOT the l a u r e l s In (.lie various divisions enc o u n t e r new foes and the comparative strengths of. the c o m b i n a t i o n s toe- tomes date-rmine'd. The schedules for tonight follows: Socfcion 3. Mount Pleasant at Counellsvlllc. fjatrobo at Scotlclalc. Jeannetto ut U n l o n t o w n . So«Uon XIH. Brownsville at Georges, South Union at Redstone. Gorman at North Unilon... ' Point Marion at Carmlchaels. Section Y. West Newton at Mononj?ahcla. Monosseu at South Brownsville. Charlerol at California. The- schedule Friday night is as t'ollowg: Section. X. Greens-burg at Jeannetlo. Scottdnlc at- Oonnellsvillo. Utilonitown at Latrohe. Suction Xtl. Dnnbar at Bello Vo-rnon. Hurst, at Sewicklcy. Perry at Kast H u n t i n g d o n . Section XIII. Redstone at Brownsvillq. South Union at, German, Goorjjes at OiiTrnichacls. North Union at Point Marion. Section "V. Uonura at ""-Vest Newton. MouoiiKatiola at Mouc-saen. South Brownsville at Charlcroi. Boxers Training For Big Program Tuesday Evening As tho tima draws near for the amateur fir.tic program next Tuesday evening at the Slavish Hall tho con- tcetunts.can now be found engaged In serious t r a i n i n g so that they will be. In lit condition when they climb t h r o u g h tho ropes to tako on thoir foce. Billy Carti r, trainer and matchmaker of tbe Cotmcllsvlllo Athletic Club, is h a n d l i n g tho Workouts o£ tbe local f l s t l c u f f e r s who will bo in tbo rinj? next Tuesday. Several of tho countyeeutere ar© also reporing here for tho practice aeenions. Tomorrow 1 !; edition of The- Courier w i l l contain many particulars on the fight card. By JAC1 : SORDS Central Fres* Sport i Cartoonist-Writer. What, an Important coir In tho Dnt olt Tiger machine Charley aa laat sonson Is whqwn In the offlci: i American leusruo avcragrcn publlahcrt The star second baseman \ an ono of the real buttlnff stars of tho . , tick nnd whllo this put him only in .-jfulars, ha took part in moro gamca o tho plato In 155 contents. Charley with Vila teammate, Dale Alexander, :(:«. Of tliesp 4b were two-base blows [uc In tbrce-baao hits ami tied with douhloff honors. Ohnrlcy also led th» Lli« moHt r u n a , 131, and drove in 108 ,Gehr!n(rcr ftvcfnffo .539 wltti the ptcvcntli place atnons tbo league's i than sjjy othfir player, .itep;lnir up nnswerad w i t h 216 n n f o swats, tylni for tho .honor at mnktnfi thr moat 1 and 19 wore tdplea. Ho led the le Helnie Manush unrl Roy Johnson Co; leaeruo with 27 stolen buses, aonred himself. SUZANNE LENGLEN QUITS TENNIS COURT TO GO INTO BUSINESS \-if-:i-i tin? ,?:ii»ti:(i Iu Tbe Three Killed In H u l l Crash, H I K M I X G H A M , Ain.. .Mil. 21-- Three w o r e it-ported k i l l e d a i . i l b e t w e e n ~~ and -Ml i n j u r e d l a t e l a s t n i n h : w h e n a n o r t h b o u n d p a s s o u H c r t r a i n i f t h e I . i m l s v i l l i ' a n d N i m h v i l l t p l u n g e d i n t o a n upt.'U K - w i l i ' h ix.-ar Tr; f f u r d , A l a . , I n m i l e s n o r t h i i f lit-n.'. W o m a n In Seiuiio V f - r j 1)1. A T L A N T A , ./an. 1M.- l.V.rmor f. S. S u ' i i - . i t o r U c b o r c a h;uin. ·· I ' V U o n , !K!. m t i y w o m a n ever t. s i 1 in UK* ('ppiv H o l i s m (if v i v a r s s , ·-. i · a : i n t t a r i u m SCOTTDALE PLAYS WIL1ERDING TEAM THURSDAY, JAN. 30 SOOTTDA/jK, Jan. 21.--Th-o Scott- clalo Y. M. {'. A. volley-ball team will meet W l l m c r d l n g at tho local floor ou Thursday, January 30, Tho Mill Town toam .playod Friday at Wllmcrdlng and won -throe out of our matches. The girls t-oa.m of fho Scoltdiilo "Y" also conouorod tho Wll- niewWng lauaies, taking tv.'o out o! thre-o contests. Tho following: .raomljofs of the men's volley ball tea^a. Captain Morle Wau.gam-an, John Chidost-ur, ,f. 0, Sv/anson, 'Wlliliam Miller, George Miner aud B. K. R-liler.. C. Prilehard, Oil- be i-t and Hough aro -reserves. MRS. BURLEIGH GRIMES DROPS DESERTION CASE AGAINST HER HUSBAND PITTSBURO, Jan. 21.--Mrs. Florence Grimes; has dropped the desertion aixi non-support charge- agnlnst her huftbiind, Btirloigh Qrlmc«, PllUibiirg Piixite pitcher. Th-o case waa listed for h e a r i n g Monday, Motion for dismissal wfiH marie- by Mrs. Grimes' attorneys. Divorce proceedings . against Mrs. Grimffi, ftle-1 by Grime*, aeverai days after hia w i f e Inatitu-tcd t h o d-OHertion and non-support, charge uro ponding In Ohio. trioirvM rtr nniTTi inn VISION OF GRIZZLIES P H I L A D K L I ' H I A , Jan. 21. -- "A grizzly can see a man as far aa a man win see a grlxidy," declared Harry Whitney, famous Philadelphia hunter of lily game, recently, t h u s e x p l o d i n g 11 l o u j j - c h u r i s h e i i Pellet t h a i bears h a v e pour e y e s i g h t . This v i n d i c a t i o n of u boar'n v i i i i o u w a n mad u w h e n X V l i i t n o y showed mo- ' l i o n pliUuiv-M ( i f ( t r i p l y boars, mooso, ! n i o i i n l i i i r i s h e e p a n d u a r l b o i j , w h i c h ' he look la.M - s u m m e r iu t h e A l a s k a n i w i l d e r n e s s , a t i b o A c a d o m y o f N a t u r a l j A V b i t n e y e x p l a i n e d tluir s o w a r y are I the- niniirir-sr bn;it'S t h a t i lipv a r e ! j a m o n ; 1-10 m o s t l i i f f l e n i ' ···· - i - r , ] , l n j . i n \ f l i b to p t o t o g r a p 1 ' ; By Unitofl Pross. PARIS, Jnn. 21.--Suzann* Longle: has (luit tennis and gono. Into .biwi nees. Hor am'bitiou today ir, to 'bccnmo Hi · ciiAinpion loslgnur (if :tport« wear j \ tho world, anl w h i l e :ih may agai ·. take- racquet in band to exhibit he- · court fllUll her care«r in futnro is 1 i her now role at s k e t c h i n g (iru.-is U · KiKiiis--and thon se-llinp: tii* dreaae«. To sell lennlci drct.ees in t h n lea 1 o£ winter le a task, but tho iiulon - initablo Suzann haa Ijnd b u i l t a rogi - liitlon alzo tonnls court in the gaixlor s of the dressing house in w h i c h e h o lr, i cast her lot. Horn, between rsote, «lio stope i ) Rivo ealoa tallm. The allo l i n e s at o filled with prospective customers ar i us sbo smashes ono acroGn th) not, 11 o one-lime t|iieon of tho«ourl« and hit r' professional o x h l b i t l o n i t , will pro- - n.bly stop,to r e m a r k : , "That had steam ami pownr--but t would not have boon possible had 1 not boon wearing this rose-cwii e princess play model No. -12. Turn o pa go 11. and you will Hud it lifted." fiuza/ino's partner i.-i Vvoiino Mo ·', who takes care of tba moro proea c b u s i n u n n matf-ers in T-ionitt X I V salo- s while- Suzanno lobs anl Kolin on t c ba ck y a rl s a 103 - cou r t. FAYETTE CITY WILL OPPOSE DUNBAR FIVE AT LEISENRING GYM -Dunbar Township H-igh School ·ltt»k-eteerB, iiu-d-u-featwl In flv-e staj-ta, w i l l apLieaf betofe the hora-e followers tonight, mooting tho strong Fayott.-e f ' i t y il.rlbblora at tho Lelsoivring No. 1 gymnasium. Tho visitors arc- rejjar-ded as very dangerous c l a i m i n g . t o have tbo strongest, q u i n t e t in that, i n s t i t u t i o n ' s history. Howov'or D. T. -rooters feel Unit the iilreiipth'of tho Monongahe-la Va,Mcy c l u b cannot measure u p w i t h t h o t.Tn-nshlppers. Priiday nlsrht w i l l find tho Ieisen- r l n g boys at tho Bello V e r n o n flold in a n o t h e r of tho \V. P. I. A. 1/eague Patronizo thoso who advertise, JOE CUSTER AFTER PLACE ON BOXING TEAM AT STATE STATE COLLEGE, Jan. 21.--Among Ulo 300 for -Penn State's winter. aport» teams this Benson are. two from Fayotto county, Jos-eph D. Glister of Connellsvllle and Charles M. Stoolo o£ Brownsville. Ouster Is ;i canrlldato for the 155- pound division on tho boxing team and Stecie is a second assistant manager of t h e w r e s t l i n g team. Use Classified Ad8. Coat ia Bnvall. Results wo big. 'Olympic Stai Sued by Wife Leaders;.Inaugurate Plan To Develop Sportsmanship Mrs. Helen M. l.oCendrfl, w te of Robort L. LeGendre ( I n s e t ) , r u m o u r O l y m p i c athlete, lit j i n s t i t u t e d a suit for divorce on K-roundg of nlJe.ije.-l ni:icoiiduc . LeGeiuiro. n o w a l i e u t e n a n t in the ,V- °- ,^avy, was on« of t h r g r e a t e s t a t h l o t e s cvnr t u r n e d out by ^eorg-etpvvn (.'ntvrrjity and :i ihp .1 ?J-j O l y m p i c s hroke the worWa Kccord in thr; broad j u m p - v e n t . The couple were married «A Srttaiberland, Md., i n July H 2 J - "COMM.O.DOJtKS'V C'HOSK . A S OFFICIAL Nlf OF I'EllKY TOWNSHIP J l l Tho faculty of tbo Perry Towniihtp High School, after giving careful 011- sidoration to 190 suggestion!), selected tho name of ".Coin.mxlore«" us lbo ! official nickname (or the representatives Of that institution in a 1.1 u x t r a curricuar 'activities. Three aludents, Jnmos Thrasher, A n d r e w Swettn and Michael Bunifi, ami'ono memhcr oC the f a c u l t y , J'aul i 0. lAi'co, a graduate o£ -tho -s'cliopl, | .picked tho w i n n i n g selection ani'* thereby earned a ?t prcrntiini w i i i f i l i WAG diviiel, the- pupll« gottins 3:1 oo-nts oach and "tlio teachci 1 obtiiinin'g tho odd penny The name "Commodore," in in honor of Commodore .P-orry after w h o m Porryopolis wn« nani-od. Tho in«mic- tors wero v i r t u a l l y unanimoiifi in making- this choice. Jneld-etvtnlly a l l of tho fitudcntii In the high s hool participated in the suggestions. A pep moeting w«» liokl P'rlrJn;.- of- lernoon. 0-eorgo Bau'ghman mini; "If I Had a Talking Picture of You/' and [ tho girls ot.E. E. Curtis' nesembly ' room rendered "Keep Your S u n n y Skle Up" which tended to increaso tUo enthusiasm and vigor o f - t h e boys to the exte-nt that they played the host ;amo of the season "and easily conyuc-rcd Kcwlcliley Township that night. Keagy 'Corner' Scores Another _-_. 0 · ;_ : -^' S t u n t IK Initiated nt .Tlcocnt Contest W i t h North Union RESULT PROVES GREAT SUCCESS "Let'e be. good A filiftot of paper, b e a r i n g ·'' niese;t;4« w i t h I he '.ibove caption wiw h a n d e d to e v e r y person who went, into the Iji'tHviifivillo High ..Scbool . g y m i u u j i u m last WCI.-A lo wlliiefis Uio N o r t h U n i o n V l l r b w n s v J i l e . C o n t e s t . The po-rrsoii w h o was rosp'oiieible for t h a t muni, receive 1lie c o m m e n d a t i o n of evory good sport In the- c o m m u n i t y . A w a r e / t h a t Uvo undci'euted teams were to do b n t t l o and f o n r i n j ; that :t. r e v e r e n t misbl. t e n d to sour Komo ot! ( h o a r d e n t f o l l o w e r s o f tbe. v a i K i u f e h f i l conibinatioii, o n e I n d i v i d u a l h a d Hie f o r e ^ l g b t ;n;d a d h e r e d to his c o n - c l u s i o n s w i i b the- result t i i a t d e s p i l o ( b e f a c t t h a t JJrow u r i v i i l c wa« b e n l f i i a -royal «onloff W U H w c c o r d e d to the prot-e-ges of Hay W e l i i l i . f o r m e r Conw h u its c o a c h i n g t h o N o r t h Tbe Easy Triumph The Kcagy Corner hasketocrs rode roughsiiocf over the R l n k y d l n k f| l i n t e t last evening a t t h o S t a t e A r m o r y , w i n n i n g tho gamo by a 28-8 score. D u r i n g the first, quarter tho South Siders put np a ragged light !M eying that it would tako l i t U o effort to score a victory over the JUnkydlnks a 5 t h a t team has not don© m u c h so far this season; H o w e v e r they encountered stiff o-ppositlon and it was o n l y in tho last, 'remaining m l n u t e a of play i,n the first quarter t h a t they wero ?"a'h!c'd to cs'tabllsh a s l i g h t lead, tho c o u n t being 5-2. The Corner lads got into n Huddle between quarters and the resuH was a p o w e r f u l offensive attack w h i c h , swept aside all opposition and a d d e d greatly to their o w n score.' T h r e e moro field goals wero scored y. tho losers d u r i n g the e n t i r e c o n t o r t , ' ono in each q u a r t e r . The Corner q u i n t e t w i l l nexr, bo- i! n o t i o n against the SmlthUm A. (.!. on Wcduusduy u i g h t In t h e p r e l i m i n a r y to tho Casey-Monesson game. The line-up: Ifeftg-)' Corner--28. Jlhihj-dir.hs--8. Floto F I r w i u S e l l e r s - F. .. :..___ Freil Mllk-r C. ..,, McMullen Borgln .... ._.._:.... O A, K i u a i m r B k y .King :. G. .-....._.; Logan Substitutions---Ouynn · for Miller, Zimmerman for Re-rgln, ' Masiit for Irwiii, R. KlnstatiTBky for Masci. Field goals--Floto 2, Sellers, M i l l e r i, Bergin 3, King, R, Kiirsbnvsky 2, A. Klnsburaky 2. , ' ·Foul goals--K'easy C o r n e r , ' ( i out of 10; Rlnkydinks, 'missed 8. ReiEeTee---HcClure: ' ", Hint on !!ie PERRY TOWNSHIP BASKETEERS PLAY ABROAD THIS WEEK The dribblers of: Perry Township High will swing Into action tbls ove- nitig for Lho first of tho two gamos abroad durliifj tlie woek. Tonight tlio quintet journeys to Beatleyvlllo for another stiff battle. In a recent skirmish at tbo local gymnasium, Porry managed to win by a clnglo margin, tho - deciding ' p o i n t w coming in- the las-t second o£ play. As the'ball struck the net, the gun sounded ending the game-. Tho gli'ls will battle In tho preliminary. P-rlday evening Svill : find the ha.s- keteern at Alverton; meotlug tho protugoH of .I. Owen Huntsmivn. "While Bast H u n t i n g d o n Towns-hlp lias not been able to record a single u-lumph in Section X l t ot tbo W. 1. I. A. League, the montor has inado it known that ho is co-undent, of w l n n l n E Ti'o mth» Dieksoii macliine. 'J'his word has tended to Increase the- local lighting ardor and' tho Commodores w i l t bo out to scoro a d-ocisivo victory. '"Two Rn«loreatcl- t e n n i s ' t o n i g b t . A f t e r t o n i g h t , only ono of these teams w i l l b( i n i f l e f r - a i c i l . Tbo r u l e s of tho K"ine Ufa (such t h a t one t e a m muM lor-o before l i t e game- is n n i e b e d , W h e t h e r t h a t t e a m bo tbo home team or t h e v i s i t i n g (.earn, let everyono remember t h a t the two teams represented were developed not merely for tbe enko of w l n u l i i R b u t for tile p u r pose of c r e a t i n g a m o n g mem here of the " t e a m s (lie trai(« of cooperation, leadership, and t r u e , sportsmanship. Let everyone cheer for hiis t-eam, but lot. everyono bo broad eriotiKh to eeo the. other fellow's v i e w p o i n t , and to recognize s p o r t s m a n s h i p a n d ability regard)osa of the- team that exhibits them." No f i n e r gesture of effort to p r o m u l gate true fiportsmaiifihip can bo ma^le t h a n t h a t done in the piece of paper distributed t h a i n i g h t at tho high school game. It was woll -worth the effort and thoe-e responsible are to be commended. Uniontown Holds in Section With Close Tally D e f e a t i n g Grconsburg by a scoro of .14 to 11 laat night at tho Wcst- nior«JaiMl con.ntysont g.vnina.sfiim, Uniontown retained Us grip on flr. u t pluco In Section X of the W. P. I. A. league. - Tbo nhdol^ated Fayotto qultet 00.1110 from hebinrl in tho second half to p u l l I b o b a t t l e out of tho fir-e, Oreni8burK h a v i n g - a . single jiolnt advantage, at, the otitl of the Jirst. Touiight, J-caiiollc plays ait Uniontown. Th-ci line-np:. t.'nlonto'.vn---I /. Grccnslwrff--t ( l - ord F ,,.... Cravotta Kvorhart F _ ,, H I b h s ·fobn :. 0 Anderson J [arris .....G _,,. Shaffer Kan-kin ..: ... ,(J Pai,co Sub»titutions---Kelly for; Strasser for Shnlfor. Field goals--I*ovt}.2, Kverharl, ri», JTiblM, S4,rat.ser, Paigo. Foul goals--Unkmfown, G out of Opeonsbairg, 5 out of 113. Scoro by noriodn: Uiiion/towji . 1 c Greonsbiirg , 3 G Ref e r-ee--- TlerJcol tz. 3--1 I 1--11 Boy Scouts to Be Forest Firefighters By U i i l l o d Press. SALISBURY, Md., Jan. 21-- Hoy Scouts w i l l h a v e an o p p o r t u n i t y to make uae of y.iine of tho- w o o d c r a f t : - - , i K h l . ! · : · . . : a j K l iliii f o r e s t s o f tliitf . - i ^ i i o n w i l l b o baiic(it.(.el a« tJ'e result, ol' an tillliUH-o hclwuon luca K r n u U j ai:d U i r f t r i c t Koruator Kennel i Baij r ;i- worih. A nre-iiglil.iiiK squad him ''n:un i r - giUii/.eil niuong tlic boys. Tl uy have been e q u i p p e d w i t h special / - r e - f i g h t - ing rakes, and w i t h flve-Ralloiv pinups, 'inl w i l l hold t h F - i n s r - l v f t s Hubj-?ct to bn ( " i l l o i l u p o n Tor n i ! i n combaU IK forn-t. tiros w ( t . h i n \ r a d i u m nf fn'o »ili\- of Saiiabuxx FORMER SCOTTDALE BOY FICTION WRITER; BOOK IS PUBLISHED .Donald Slauffor, eo-n of Mre. AV, K. Staufi'er of Now York City, formerly o£ Scottdnie, hns made a Wg contribution -to tho l i t e r a r y /lokl find his first, book has already been published. Tho. book is entitled "This Mo.u am! This Woman," and is published by ;i N«w York concern.- This 1ft Mr. i'- fer's first e n t r y Into. Hie field of fiction writing. The- a u t h o r in n graduate! of P r i n c e - , ton Univernity, C'lass of 11)2 -1. · . Tim same concern has already op- tioncl two moro novels which Mr. Slauffer anticipates writing. GRINDSTONE MAN SERIOUSLY HURT IN AUTO MISHAP j L l l t i o IKII« w !i(.'!l for ihe recovery ;of J o h n, 2;!, ol' Oriiidetone, I w h o B u l T i ' r w l a f r a c t u r w l .skull Friday j n l i j h i w i n - ) ) ijis nutoiuobl!-; crasbr-il i i n t o a t e l e p h o n e polo n t . U v l l i V e r n o n . Iliii ( . · u i i i l i t i o i i Jti r w g a n l o d an critical at Hut IHiurUii-oi-.Slouf-SHcn Hospital. Police claim t h a t n i n n galloiis of J u n i o r wero t'ouin! i n t h e wrecked j niitchii.H', Wb.nn Uu w r e c k flral. oc- ! c i i r r e d , i i i i l l i i i r i U t t i . ;«iy . t h a t . . t h e r « i»T!n-';!5 ;;;jJl«j/if. oi l i i i u o i 1 iu ( h o c-nr ; b u t )*i p ; i l i ' ) i i K f i i : - » i i p c ? t u r r i v w t ou

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