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PAGE EIGHT. THIS DAIL.Y COURIER, CONNEI^SVILLE. PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1933. .1 Courier C/as^i/iec/ Advertisements For Quick Results 1 ami 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to' Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; So charge. Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, Gc cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On.Consecutive Insertions. There are five"(5)- average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. , - - Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special * No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three- (3) Lines! Announcements Card of Thanks EVANS--Wo taKe this means of thanklnfi our many friends and neighbors for the kindness nnd sympathy extended us during our recent sad bereavement, the death of our \%ife and mother. Mn. EUazbelh M. Evans. Especially do we wish to tljanJc Rev. J. S. Brownlce nnd Rev. Herbert Borwnlee . the Klnflcrs. tho*c who sent flowers, those who so kindly /urnfthcd cars anrl nil who assisted us in any way. Mr J. J. Evans and family. Automotive Automobiles for Salo 11 In Mumorlatn HYATT--In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Charles Hyatt, \vho passed away "Seven year;, aco today, January 4. 1032. His smilinR v.as and pleasant face. Arc a pleasure to recall, He had a kindly \\ord for each And died belo\cd by all. Sadly missed by mother, father, sister* and brothers. Mr. and Mrs. John Hyatt and family. HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF DOT EXCELLENT USED CAR BARGAINS! SEE THEM TODAY1 3930 Chevrolet 4-door Trunk, Sedan. equipped with Radio, new t'rcs. Up- hoKtcrlne and paint Rood. 36 DcSoto 4-door Trunk Sedan. Radio and Heater equipped. New tlrci. 35 OlUsmobJlc 4-door Trunk Sedan with excellent Radio nnd Heater. 3t Ford Model "A" Victoria Coupe equipped \vith new tires. Terms Arranged to Please I AUTOMOBILE SALES COMPANY. AUTHORIZED OLDSMOE1LE--LaSALLE--CADILLAC SALES SERVICE 15 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 103. Personals MEN OLD AT 40'--Get pep. Now Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invlgorators and other stimulants. One dose starts new pep. Value 5100. Special price 89c. Call, write Union Drug Co. Strayed. Lost, Found 10 LOST--Monday evening on West Pcnn Car. a purse. Finder ma keep money If purse and other contents arc returned to ov/ncr. cither by mall or in person. HEWARD--lost Blue Persian Cat. blind in one eye. vicinity JennlnRs Avenue, Scottdnlc. Call Dawson 3582 or 202 Jennings Avenue. Scottdalc Automotive Automobiles Tor Sale 11 SEE THEM TODAY 1 O-K USED CARS iNSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOUOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'UU 6 o'clock. SEE OUR WONDERFUL SELECTION OF HIGH GRADE USED AUTOMOBILES ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE. PICK YOURS OUT TODAY] WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407 Y.ODGH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS. 321 SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 3. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234 USED CARS! SEE OUR SELECTIONI E E VAN SCOY. INC.. 253 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 Wanted--Automotive WANTED IMMEDIATELY -- Twcnty-Ov (25) fate models of Fords, Chevrolet* o Plymouths We will allow you on ex ccllcnt trade-in on a new model For car. West Side Motor Company You Ford Dealer. West Crawford Avenui Phono 407 AS LONG AS you rave tha ClusslOot Section, you needn't /ait long to obtain inythlnc you need--it ^ easy to cct Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 WANTED--Girl for Renewal housework. Write or apply 1113 Vine St. Help Wanted--Male WANTED--Man to represent a national on;ania7t!on in Fnyctto and WosJmore- Innd Counties. Position permanent and oilers opportunities for one chosen. References required. For Interview write Box 095. Conncllsvlllc. WANTED--Srlesman, TV.O s.tlcs a day will net you $4200 weekly. Apply Tuesday morning and Wednesday morning. a.OO A. M , 103 Haas Avenue, ready for work. Business Service Brslnrss Service Oftcrcfl IS FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS Jc RECOVER1NGS 'HONE DC45 K!2 SO PITTSBURG ST. 'OU CAN'T SKATE ON DULL SKATES --Expert sharpening. We call for and deliver. Phone 874 SALESMEN WANTED--To sell a complete lino of fruit trees and ornamentals cro«n by Virginia's Largest Growers. Cash commission or salary paid weekly. Woyncsboro Nurseries, Wayncsboro. Va. Financial h'ccd Money 4*-B NEED CASH--In n hurry? We'll lend ou $300 or Icsi on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Instruction Insurance and Surety Donda 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTI: REALTY co. PHONE 1375. T D GARDNER. MGR, GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R. Laughlln--INSUR- ANCE Sec me for rates 309 First National Bank Building Phone 320, Moving. Trucktnc. Storage · 25 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA "FOR BEST SERVICE1" Modern Storage For Household Goods, Instruction Classes ·J3 FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE-Special nifiht course In the following subjects will open Jan. 9th: Shorthand, TyplnK, Comptometer, AccountlnK Federal Tax and Social Securllv. Call 218 or come in the office. Conncllsvllle. Merchandise Ar»lclcs for Salo 51 FOR SALE--Hydraulic hoist and bed Snyder'.s. Auto Wreckers, R. D. I. Con- ncllsUllc. Pa. Buildings, Building Materials 53 SEE US--Before you build that garasc, Our prices arc right. Stone Work Phono 1700. Farm and Dairy Products LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. MlUcr's Transfer 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phono 183. Printing, Engraving, Binding Z1 LET US GIVE YOU AN E 3 T J M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Band Bills]--Binding!--Calling Cardsl Bill Head: I--Letter Heads! For Rent Cardsl--For Salo Cardsl No Trespassing Sign.* For Sale] All Work'Fully Guaranteed! AU At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 05. DAILY COURIER SLOG. FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY 1 HERBS HOW--You can find a market, for your farm products, your farm implements, your datry products, your live stock and household goods by running a small inexpensive ad in our Classified Section. There you will Cnd many people who want to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation of The Dally Courier covers a largo area and your advertisement will be read by many people v.ho arc looking for Just tho things you have for sale. NOTE: All classified ads arc pay- nblo In advat co. You will find our rates in tho above Classified Heading. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 OR RENT--Nicely furnished bedroom, centrally located, all conveniences. 128 Fairvlcw Anemic. Phone 14G2-W. OK RENT--Furnished front bedroom, private home, good location. Gentlc- m.m preferred. 129 N. Sixth Street. OR ItEN'T-- Furnished bedroom. Apple Street. Phone I003-R. Rooms (Or Housekeeping FOIl RENT--Three furnished rooms, private hnth. electric refrigeration. 204 Davidson Avenue. Phone 317 'OR RUNT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Inquire F. M. Pis- tllll. next Y. M. C. A. Bldg. "OR REN'T-- Furnished light housekeeping rooms at Poplar Grove. Phone 9071. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FURNISHED APARTMENT--Three rooms, private bath, private entrance, porches. 326 E. Crawford Avc. FOR RENT--An apartment. Inquire Smutr Hardware Store, 717 Crawford Avenue, West Side. FOUR ROOMS---Bath, hot and cold water, front and back porch. MI So. Plitiburc; Street. Business Places Tor Rent 75 WEIMER ARCADE--Entire second floor nnd room 13x70, street level. Available at once. PETER R. WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. WANTED--Reauty operator to share room with other businesses. Ittnt reasonable. Write Box 75, care Courier. Houses for Rent FOR RENT--Six room house-, Eath. heater. East Park. Ready January 1st, Robert Norrls Phone 305. FIVE ROOM HOUSE--Bath, sunporch. conveniences 122 So. Fourth St. Inquire 110 S Fourth Street. 318 JEFFERSON ST --Six pantry, furnace. $1800 Chinns Hardware. rooms, bath, per month. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate K DO YOU WANT--To own your own home, farm, etc? See mo today nnd let mo show you howl Also. Real Estate for rent In all sections. Win. P. McNulty. Eagles i'ulldlng. Phono 17CO. PROPERTIES, FOR SALE OR KENTI T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 075. OH PHONE RESIDENCE, 81. Professional Services Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers SG EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A, A. Clarke. PH. G Druggist. 323 North Plttsburg Street. Phono 1£H. GOOD LUMPY -- liun of mine co.il. 100 bu. flc delivered, 50 bu , 9c delivered; 25 bu . 12c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037. Frank KobaUa. SPEND HALF as much money for twice as much by chopping through tho Classified Ads. , IN A PINCH USD a Classified Ad. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 7,6 35 \e 33 4 16 31 IO 17 I 1 ? 13 GENUINK--Washington Run Coal. Low price. Wm. Dull Son. Phone 107 or call Dauson. 3261 and 3631. 9-KT. COAI^-30 Bushel or more. OKc per bushel, delivered. Phone 1332-J. Household Goods 59 OR SALE--IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BARGAINS IN USED FURNITURE. CALL AT DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE 50. ACROSS 1 -- A state of 22 -- Native of profound in- Finland sensibility 23 -- Lament 5 -- A vegetable 24-- Writing FOR SALE--Four pood used Gab Ranges Windsor, Erlcz and two New Proctsb. Al«o one Copper Clad Coal lian Priced /or quick wilo. Stop in nnd see thtin today. Service R.tdlo Electric Co West Apple St. Phono 1507. LARGE SELECTION--OF NEW AND USED COAL AND GAS HEATING AND COOKING STOVES. JlIEItVIS FUHNITUHE CO PHONE 2020 Wanted--To Buy 66 WANTED IMMEDIATELY--Your clean white rocs. Will pay jou cash. 5c per It). Mason Motor Company. 127 Wes Apple Street, Phone, 105. 9-- Affirm implement vulsively (Scot.} If--Anger 16--Greek letter 17--Loyal 18--Uproar 13--Hirsute 20--Encounter 31--Chants 33--F«n 31--Sleeping- platform In a Siberian prison 35--Warning signals 36--Mimicked U--Destruction ir--Slim IS--Indentation of flat surface 20--Ditch around a castle 21--Lenient 22--Exploit 23--Flat-topped rocky hills 24--Throes 25--Founded 28r-To fillip 20--Zn this place 31--Electrified particle 32--Siberian river 33--Exist Answer to prctiaus puzzle DOWN 1--Closed cock- French pit of an descent airplane G--Fuss 2--Across 7--Sun god 3--Absolute 8--To diminish 4--Provide gradually weapons 12--Throw off 5--Loulslantans 13--Seaport city of Acadian in Algiers E g S F sir P p mw O X ifi£. IP N i! a S H Kl IP W ffiH II II I F n N SAVE VOUU BIG WHITE RACSt THEM BRING TIIEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE PAY VOU fN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING IN I-ER POUND. IN WRITING a Classiiicd Ad bo cur to / tell all tho facts which you woiil wani to know It you yoursell were prosDectwc buyer THE "L.OSER you stick to Classilic ads the closer your money will stick you and the farther It will co when yo *pcnd It YOUR MONEY REFUNDED 11 you gc tho desired results before your ad ex pires Why not advertise that old ttov or rocktnc chnlr? CLASSIFIED BARGAINS arc not re Rrcttcd because they nre only made whe the buyer needs to buy and tho scllc ncccts to cell WHEN WRITING your own ClassiHc ad remember The more you say th quieicer It DIS IN A PINCH use a Claiilllcd Ad. Houses for Sale ATTERSON AVENUE. EAST, 10J--Six room house and bath, paved street, electric, tias «nd ·vv.ilor. Immediate possession. Priced reasonable lor quick ante. Inquire. PAUL C. WAGONER. 009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 148 OR SALK--Six room house, bath and heater, two fj'iratfM and about four acres o£ land. House In f,ow\ repair. Outside ol City, low taxis. S3 500. In-\ quire Kobcrt Norris. Phone 50J. OR SAL.E-=-Slx room frame house with bath and heater, two lots, low taxes. 51350, Inquire Robert Norrls, Phone 503. Auctions-Legals Notices KXKCUTOH'S NOTICE. ESTATE OP PKTER ALT. LATE OF tic City of ConneHvJUe. FaycHo County, *cnnsylvanla, deceased Letters testamentary on the nbovc named estate hav- njj been granted to the undersigned, notice Js hereby riven to all persons In- dcctcd to tald estate to make Immediate mcnt, nnd to those having claims lnst (he same to present them, proper- s'' authenticated, lor settlement. P. W. Mcnstcr, 418 N. PIltsburRh St., Connellavllle, Pa. Jo:. Boucher, 314 Ogdcn St, ConnctlwHlc, Pa., Executors SOnov-Gt-wcd. B * M.E. CORNE IISAD THIS FIRST. Elfllo Htttcr, n beauty uhop operator taking the place of n friend for a weak In tho pmat" salon of Mr«. Horace WlUicrspoon. Sr.. flndn hcrfiolf Involved In a mystery when tho cccrntrlc old lady In found d*ad under one of the hair driers after Elsie hart left the thcr humiliated when nhe 'learm that one of the servants In the Manor's household suspects her of taking Mrs. "Witnerspoon'B cmcrnlus, which are missing. Certain members of tho With- entpoon family and gome of the house guests strike Elsie as queer, antl she 15 nurprlsc'l when the old lady's son. Horuco WlthTspoon. advises her to nay nothing of the missing jewels for fear of publicity and the police. The coroner arrives for his Investigation. (NOW CO ON WITH THE STORY) CHAPTER FOURTEEN WHEN HAWKINS, his nose quite high in the air, had ushered Dr. Dldmorc from the library, Mr. Horace bmllcd at me and palled my arm. "You wore splendid, Misa Rlttcr. Splendid!" "Thank you. Shall you want me lo slay on at the Manor after today?" "If you will be so kind. Some of the ladica may require your attention. Our guests, I' understand, win remain In the house until after the funeral tomorrow." "Very well," I said and made my way out of the room On the whole I would have preferred to leave the Manor at once. I could not quite shake on an unpleasant feeling of foreboding tliat had gripped mo since I had first set foot In the house two nights before. However, I thought, shrugging my shoulders, I had promised Kitty to stay the week, and atay I would. If It hilled me. And thinking of Kitty, It occurred to me to wonder what would happen to her wonderful Job now that her ploycr was dead and Rone. I was so preoccupied with thcac thoughts that I failed to see the broad-shouldered young man coming toward me until he, with a sudden swoop, was upon me with his strong arms pinning mine helplessly to my sides. A scream rose In my throat--] opened my mouth--I opened my eyes--to look at Phil Benson. "For Petc'a sake, Phil!" I exclaimed, struggling between fcel- Ingg of anger and delight. "Why don't you scare a girl to death ? r " "Mad at me, sweet?" "Well--" I frowned, then smiled I could not stay mad at Phil. He grinned. "That's better. Sur prised to see me?" "Yes, i am. What In tho world are you doing here wandering about in the corridor all by your self?" "Business, girl, business." "And not me?" Hla grin widened. "Since you mention it, brazen creature! maybe I did have an Idea I might run across you." "Silly! What are you doing here?" "I'm after the old lady's obit" "Obit?" "Obituary to you, sweetheart. Your high and mighty butler gave me orders to wait at tho door. I got tired waiting, so I thought I'd see what I could stir up for myself." I sighed. "This is the strangest Sunday. First the undertaker, then the coroner, and now you! Doesn't anyone In Lawnvllle ever take holiday?" "I'll take one tonight. Wo'H go lo the movies. How about it?" "AH right," I agreed. "What are you trying to stir up out hero? I don't understand." "Nothing in particular. Mrs. Withcrspoon, darling, waa on oortant nersonacc In our fair com- \l I opened my oyes--to look tit Phil Benson. munlty. The Old Man wants a cou-1 lie of sticks on her life and death. [ thought 1 might as well get the story today and get It oB my mind. When, by the way. Is tho funeral?" "Tomorrow afternoon." "Say! Kind of rushing things, aren't they?" "Arc they?" "Well, sho only died last night, didn't she?" "Phil! Did you know she died while I was In the pantry with yau?" "No kidding?" He whistled. "No kidding! And what's more, In that half hour someone stole a few thousand dollars' worth of emeralds from the salon, and I'm suspected!" 'You!" He threw back his head and roared with laughter. "Don't tell me you're turning to crime at your age!" "Honestly, Phil, It's no Joke! Eliza, Mrs. Wltherspoon's maid, Uld Mr. Horace that I stole them and hid them somewhere while I was downstairs with you." "What docs Horace think about It?" "Well--he said not to worry. He thinks they've been mislaid. Anyway, he doesn't want to bother about them until after the funeral." "Then take his advice, baby, and don't worry. They'll turn up sooner or later. Say, how about giving me a look-sec at the place where the old gal kicked off ? Local color, you know." "You aren't very respectful," rebuked him. "It isn't at all funny.' "Sorry," he apologized. "Hov. about it? Can you sneak me upstairs?" "I don't know." I hesitated, am wag lost. "Come on, then!" Upstairs I made him wait in the hall while I went to my room for the kcyjj "Holy mackerel!" he exclaimed when at last we were safely Inside the salon. "Some joint!" "Mrs. Wltherspoon died in here.' I led the way to the anteroom. "Sh was sitting under the second drier When I raised the hood, she fcl into my arms." "And what did you do?" "I fainted," I said, and defied him to laugh. But he did not laugh; h did not pay any attention to me He walked about the booth exam nlng with apparent Interest th quipmcnt, "Funny looking contraptions, hose driers," he remarked. "What women won't go through for jcauty's sake!" "Want mo to tuck you In one?" queried. "Sure." He sat down In tho sec- «d chair. "Give me tho works, aby!" "O. K.!" I lowered the helmet and tied the cloth strip Into a bow at his Adam's apple. Then I threw the switch. He looked so comical with his trousers showing below tho apron I had spread across his lap hat I laughed until I was weak. Presently his hand signaled that he had had enough. I untied him and turned off the current. "Lordy!" he exclaimed, mopping, his face. "No wonder the old lady passed out cooped under a thing- ike that!" I was still laughing when he leXti the salon. "I'd better locate Horace," ho, said as we went back down thai stairs. "Where docs ho hong out,i Elsie?" "I left him In the library, ril introduce you, if you like. He's been, awfully nice to me. ' "Fallen for you, eh?" "Not at all!" I was Indignant. "Ho isn't that sort." "All right, sweet. I was only kidding." The, library door was closed. E rapped smartly, 'Nobody home," Phil said when we had waited moment or two. "Maybe he didn't hear me. Those* doors are so darned thick." B turned the knob handle and poked, my head inside. At flrst glance tho room appeared deterted, then I discovered the figures of a man ondi a woman standing by the windows. They were quite close together and. In Intimate conversation. The woman was Delia Craig and the man, whose back was turned toward me, was some one I had not seen before. "Guess Mr. Horace isn't here," I whispered over my shoulder, and was about to retreat when a masculine voice behind us spoke softly. "May I be of any assistance, Miss Bitter?" "Oh!" I whirled about to find Mr. Horace standing- a (aw feet away. (To Bo Continued) Mount Pleasant Nosed Out MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 4.--In a lough and tumble basketball game here Tuesday night, Youngwood nosed out Uarnsny High Bobcats, 28 to 27, in a Section 13 swap. The surnmnry: Youngrwood Sutler, £ Myers, £ Bush, c . ,, _ OUon, f, Ruttcr, F. Pts. i:\'KCUT»B'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF HANNAH HALL. DE- ceascd l.cttcrb testamentary in the estate ot Hannah Hall, late of SprlnRfkld Towni-hip. Kattte County. Pcnnsv Ivanin, deceased, havlnn been Krantcd to thn undersigned, notice is hereby given to ail pcn-cns Indebted to said estate to maJto immediate payment, and to those hnvinu claim* against the fame to present them, properly authenticated, lor settlement. J3cnjamln Hal], Kxecmor, 312--28th St. McKccsport, Pa. Fred K. YounWn, Attorney. 21dcc-Ct-wed. Wmgneld, Totals' 11 0 28 Ml. Pleasant G. F. Pis. Rudmk, i 3 5 11 Lcntz, f .. . 5 1 Keller, c 0 1 Czechas, g --. Cernuto, g . 0 0 Totals .. Score by periods: Youngwood - -- 6 Mt. Pleasant ~ 9 Referee--Koch. 11 27 8--28 7--27 Budge Beats Vines. NEW YORK, Jan. 4.--Red-headed Don Budge, king o£ the world's amateur tennis courts, made a sensational professional debut Tuesday before more than 17,000 fans in Madison Squat e Garden when he virtually blasted Ellsworth Vines, the professional champion, off the green canvas court in three straight sets of a scheduled five-set match. Blue Devils Going Home. PASADENA, Calif., Jan. 4.--The disappointed Blue Devils of Duke, beaten 7-3 by Southern California in the Rose Bowl football game, lelt for home on their special train. SALLY'S SALLIES NOTICK. THE EXECUTORS OP THE ESTATE OF nhala Jones, having power Jn will to .soil real estate, now Invite bidders for two houses at 33-V North Pittsburgh Street, and one houi.c in rear o£ 112 Witter Avenue. ConnelJsvillc. Emerson G. Stillwagon, William E. Penn, Ot Executors, Fred E. Younkin, Att'y- 4jan-3t-wrrl. IT IS ONLY necessary 10 tell people where real bargains are to be found and a crowd wilt soon be there Classified ads ore constantly pointing tho way to real value for Hundreds at people who regularly look to them for guidance IN DEALING through Classified Ads nothing ts wasted Both buyer and seller profit equally A CLASSIFIED AD can nnd tho right kind of a job for tho right Kind of man or woman. WHEN YOU BUV through tho Classified Section vou buy from choice, not from Dcr.uaslon REMEMBER, our special offer! We will run out d seven times for tho price of six. A woman usually has the first as well as the last word, and most of those in between. Mountaineer Frosh Cagers Spill Caseys The Casey dribblers went down u: :efeat for the second time Tuesday light when they ran into the fresh- basketeers of West Virginia at he Morgantown gym in the prelimi- ary to the W. V. U.-Salem game, t being the locals second reversal in ix starts. The score was 48 to 41. The university yearlings will come o Connellsville on February 6 lor a eturn game. The Caseys arc boohed to take on a strong Collegiate All Star club or Vest Virginia at State Armory Friday night. The visiting roster will include Colebank, present coach ot the freshmen at Morgantown; Ferris, former Mountaineer captain; Abe Biery, 'ootball tackle; Don Meranda, local boy now appearing with West Virginia, and other stars of the college. Easf Huntingdon Passers Conquered By Derry Borough East Huntingdon Township drop- . ' pcd a 32 to 23 decision to Derry V Borough at that place Tuesday night in Section 13. Alverton led, 11-10, at tho half but the Railroaders cut loose with a driva that was too much lor the losers. The summary: Derry Boro. G. F. Pts. Gontz, 1 O i l Wmgard, £ 3 2 8 Walters, c 6 2 14 Baughman, g - ' ..,, O i l Toner, g .. ,,«__-__ 2 1 5 ' Sylvester, g o 1 1 Toth, I 1 0 2 Totals E. Huntingdon Bales, 1 .. Ottenberg, 1 Pctro, c Navanty, g _ Ciausher, R _ Tercosky, f _ Thorn, g -12 G. 1 . 0 . 0 . 1 . 3 . 0 . 1 8 32 F. Pts. Totals Score b^ periods: Derry Borough _ . _ 6 East Huntingdon 5 Releree--Travis. 6 11 23 4 11 11--32 0 3 9--23

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