The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 23, 1930 · Page 16
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January 23, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 16

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PAGE SIXTEEN. DAILf* COXTRTBR, CONN! OL^VILLB, PA. THURSDAY, JAMJARY'23, 1930. Basketball Basketball By JAMES ML JWRISI DLL. lioth 3tlnors and (Jokers Are Trains of Uncertain Qualities. DOORS WILL OPEN EARLY Tho fivfat of tihe "Ivlg" gampb of the season for tho Connollbvlilo High School basketball team on Its homo floor w i l l be played tomorrow evening when Scott dale comes here. Tho Millars have beeu operating on tho order of the Cokers--going at a w i n n i n g clip at tim-os and then suddenly shoM ing a real hick of form. If both teams- should 'bo hitting at their best tomorrow, it will be one of those thrillers t'mt has regularly marked contests bftwee-n the two schools. Public irterest, has been aroused by tho manner in which tha Cokers defeated Mount Pleasant ou Tuesday night and i repeat in the win column is hoped for. This guarantees a capacity house at the gymnasium and there will be a throng awaiting when the doors open. Krenuently it has been necessary to close tiht doors at the school building when Scottdale has come hero, because of the overflow nnm'bera. A big dolega.tion of spectators, will follow tin club hero from the Mil! Town. Th-e contest will count In the etand- ing of tho \V. P. I. A. League and East Huntingdon Cagers Meet Perry Township High At Alverton Friday Night battlw; hi tho school loop are always more- attractivo than any other games" scheduled. KEACT CORNER WINS ITS TENTH CONTEST, DEFEATING SMITHTON Tho Keagy Corner baskoteers slashed their way through the Smithton A. C. nulntct to a hard-fought victory last evening at the State Armory iu the- preliminary game to the Casey-Monessen encounter, the final score", being U7-32. Encountering a stiff opposition the Corner lads had to put forth their bert efforts to finish ahead of -he visiting aggregation and register their tenth straight success. Sellers started the scoring with a ncnt shot from the side of the court. Flolo followed w i t h a successful try from the f r e e line. Due to the defensive playing during the first period neither team ran up much o£ a score and the count was tied at 7-7 when that quarter ended. Tha locals set a fast pacs throughout the second period ot the fray and as tho half cams to a close the visitors were trailing a 19-10 score. Tho Smithton boys were far from being beaten, however, for immediately after tho openlag of the second halt they started a shooting "bee" of their own and when that period ended it found vho score again tied, 23-23. Gradually the southsiders Increased | their lead and when the game closed , they \\erij trying to bat the ball into the net tor another tally. Tonight the Corner quintet journeys to Masontowa where it will play the Masoutov,-u Collegians. The line-up: Corner--U7, Smithton A. C.--82. Flslur Leaks Stoops Frost Zaffy Commodores Hope to Keep in Fight nl Expense of Huntsman Clun HARD BATTLE ANTICIPATED *y One of the h irdest battles of the basketball season is anticipated on Friday evening at the Alverton gymnasium where Perry and East Huntingdon dribblers will clash. The Commodoree, tied with Suwick- ley for second position, hope to retain the berth ot runner-up to Dunbar Township and will be out to administer a trouncing to tho proteges of J. Owen Huntsman who are bnt on chalking up tha first triumph at the espouse of the Perry team, tutored by Clifford G. Dlckson. Perryopolia has a veteran contingent end the Varsity of the East Huntingdon institution, in a sense, may be termed that for the club's regulars t were tho first tring reserves last sea-. son. However the Alverton outfit is , not experienced to the extent of the · invaders. Nevurtheless the two teams are expected to put up a hectic battle! that will draw an overflow crowd. Inasmuch at D, T. goes to Belle | Vernon and if favored to win easily and Sewickley tiike« on Hurst and the former te aleo expected to take a ne«.t triumph, Perrj Township is determined to keep in the win ranks and maintain its rank with the Dunbar and Hermlnie contingents. A defeat for Perry would fhrow that outfit into third position and possibly be responsible for it losing its beet pennant chance. Huntenian v-'ill have to watch Galley, tho plucky forward who haa that easy going and unconcerned appearance which is decidedly misleading. He has shown the beet stuff of any in the Perryopoli.i roster although Swettw and Thrasher have been putting un a great exhibi'ion. Baughman and Daugherty ah-o have beeu playing a ,neet brand. Local Diamond Interest ! Focused, osji City League; toy " feaitis Making Plans Nations Club First to inmwnce Doflniie Arrange uents For Next Seas m. COURIER TEAM IS EXP1 iXTTED As Ffther Time epeeda m, clipping with rapidity the remain ag days of the winter season, bringing ever ,HO nearer the tpring wcathe and ultimately the summer moat IB, the Hot Stove Leaguea oncu agai i aro very active as the baseball cam n,ign nears. In less than a month the major j leaguers will be headed fo · tho south- i land to commence the ann tal training period in preparation for ha vigorous drive that will be inaugura ed In April. While the professional hold RWHT in general, local attentio, te focused , on the movement to org, nl«o a City Tho BuiohB wenl , n t o UKJblead Baseball League In Conn -Itevlllft and j tep am[ as h e indications uro that a fast circuit will p r o g r o a w M j fcnD Vlctor8 tnc roaaod the be- hi f u l l awing when tl e late days marglll ,,. ntl! lt mwmately wound up of May -como into our mic it. Buicks Conquer Latrok By Large Margin SOOTTDiAZJS, Jan. 23.---The rambling ScotUI'aJe Buicks chalked up another on the right sido of the ledger, Last night, the Latrobo Murdocka were Riiilxl'Ucd 'by Uie decisive margin of 38 to 22 at the homo gymnasium. With Fuller, Turk and Kirkman having a gi'eat day offensively and Johnny Cafferty and Marlin putting iiip a swell de-f-onslv-a exhibition, the Buicka 'gave a neat whipping io the Murrlocks who w-are strengthened by the ipresenco ot Clem Crowe, former and now coach of in DlEGEL. I N wlnninpr the Professional Oolferrf association championship lost year. Loo Dlefjel eatabliBlied a record of having: won two national champlon- ·hlps two years tn succession. 7To won both tho P. G. A. and tho Canadian open In 192S and 1020, brlng-lnfr his total of national titles to six-two P. G. A.'s and four Canadian opens. Use Classified Ads,, They bring Although only the Leagi e of Nations j Baseball Club has really c rganizcd for i the 1930 cuuip«ugn, a number of other combinations have discus: ed tho matter and an oight-toam or on-club cir~ cult would not be mirprtei ig. The Stadium Nine, a m mbur of the City League during the vaning days of the summer last year, i aleo falling into line while the Unity fraternity is expected to pluco a formi lable aggregation in the field. Sou h Connolle- ville, Trump Hun arid ot; ors want to make another long stan-. A new contender is ant cipated with the advent of the conten plated team of Tho Courier. A numhi r of the diamond performers who e jve-ral yeara ago participated tn the innual Fay- otte c-ouuty printers (serif i are «Hid to be ready to don the hai ness again. Some of tho boys were 01 the field for other outfits laet season tnd it is felt that feiifficlent athletes co ild be rounded up to have a serlou ^ entry. Al Hancluaky, who held ew-ty for the League of Nations, a pile .er of repute, is a Courier employ. len Doarfler and Joe Galaaso, also f -rmerly with the League of Nations, u 3 listed hero. with a difference of 16 tweon tho two scores. Tho line-nip: Srottdnle--38 Kirkman Fuller F_ Turk CX points le- Latrohe--22. Frohle Crowe Halzaplo Game Monessen J. Cafterty Marlin XI S'kuoh Substitutions'--Scottdale, Zimmerman, Collins; Latrobe, Yatee. Field goals--Kirkman 3, Fuller B, i. Turk 6, J. Cafferty, Collins, Froblfr 2, Crowe 3, ITalxapi-a 2, Carroll. Fouls--Scott.d-alo, 6 out of Hi La- trobo, 6 out of 12. Referee--'Borger. Umpire--Lynch. Use our "want" However there are a number of othre and the size of She- squad will give The- Courier a f u l l lineup ae well aft several reserves. As time moves on, closer comes the baseball esason and soon the actual organization of the City League will be effected. Bill McCormiok Is being groomed for the presidency of tho or- ganiuaUon, It IB naid. Tho Casey h'asketb ill machine suffered Its second defeat this Reason last evening at the State Armory to the tune of a 42-26 count as the powerful Monessen Knights of Pythias quintet pierced its defenses many limes for shots fron^ under tho basket The locals managed to keep their opponents' ecor ng In chock during the first period of the coniest hut from that timo on tho visitors bad everything their own way, except, for a brief spell in the third q u a r t e r when the gap was cut to t ireo points. The Casey players were first on the floor, dribbling the ball onto the court in a snappy manner ,iud tboy presented a flashing appearance- in their now sweat jerseys. They wore received with cheers by the crowd of spectators who attnded tl e gama and during the short pract ce session made shots with promlsluK regularity. Leonard was tae highest individual scorer of tha contest, garnering a total of 15 points and he rnado possible many other goals with hard, sipping passes. The. big Monessen center won the admiration of the whole crowd. Unable to penetrate very deep into MouesBeu territory, tho Casey club resorted to long shots which has always been a meant; of breaking up such a defense should many of these attempts prove successful but the ! visitors were content to take this [chance and generally got tha ball on the rebound, taking It down the floor for a shot at their own goal. The line-up: Cusoys--20. 3ronesscH--42. Shilling T' McLaughlin Brown ]f. ,, ,, Isaho Phillips C. Leonard McCJeary ,,, (f. ; Myers Declimenti -- _.. G. Sichi Substitutions--Wi Is for Shilling, Albright for Isabo, Swallop for Sichi. Field goals--Shilling, Brown 2, Phillips if, McClear/ 3, Declhnenti 2, McLaughlin, laaho, Leonard 6, Myers 3, Sichi 3, Swallop. Foul goals,--Shilling, 1 out ot 5; Brown, 1 out of 3; riiUlips, made 1; Declimeuti, I out of 1; McLaughliu, 3 out of -1; Aibrigh , 1 out of 2; Leonard, 3 out. of ·!; S chi, 5 out of G. Referee--LaRue. Umpire--Bobbins. DUNBAR TOWNSHIP JOURNEYS FRIDAY TO BELLE VERNON Shearer Machine Hopes to Con- tinne Undefeated March In W. P. I. A. League. SEWICKLEY IS NEXT OPPONENT Dickson unquestionably will have a man keeping cloee tab on Shaeffer, East Huntingdon's ace. It seems that when Shaeffei- ie unable to tally the club is considerably hampered and tho Commodofee lope to put a sprag into his value for tho night. SPOR.TH GLEANINGS Kioto Sellers Soissou Miller King S u b s t i t u t i o n s -- Guy uu for Soisson. Fit-Id goals-- Floto i, Sullers 4, I, Uuyiin, Miller 2, King 2; '1, Lc-alte, Stoops ti, Frost and /at'fy. Foul Gtiynu, ijonls-- -Floto, 1 out of 2; ' out ot! -; Miller, missed 2; Fisher, 1 out ot ~; Stoops*. 3 out of B; Froat, 2 out of t. !( i' force -- Kobbi nt,. 390 Will Qualify As State Teachers 1IAIUUSUURG, Jan. 23.- -Mid-year common MMnouU* will Ix held at the different State Teachers" Colleges and N o r m a l Schools on J a n u a r y 24 and 25 at which time IS90 young people will receive 'ioVma.1 school certificates and ,"! will bo graiitod 'bacciilaureato de- Krees. The fi'llowing tH'blo shows the number of graduates at ouch of the ins t i t u t i o n s : : So. of School (."aiit'onii.i. ( heyn-o} )·".. Stroudsburg KJluboiM Mil U n i t e ' (1 10 \ IS 14 30 5 16 ?, M n · Slipper.'' Rock . --------- ________ \Ve-st l'h-ler ........ _____ ______ ......... 17 Normal ...... .... . ..... _,...107 l Killed. NORRISTOWN, Pa., Jan. a3. Prof. ,T. M. S. Isenberg, GO, vice-prsldent of I'rslriu? College at Collegeville, was killed ^ast night in an automobile .iceKteir. four miles west of hero, when bla automobile collided with a street And by the way, don't forget that amateur bosi ig show Tuesday night at the Slavish Hall. It will be a thriller from Mtart to finish with seven dandy boute. * * » Not that It matters--but some fana are raising a howl becnuae Judge LandlB* ruling caused Art Shires to nit boxing. Jlis "friends" forget that the czar of baseball didn't make him do It, he merely handed down an ultimatum--either follow baseball or boxing. Art "the Not So Great" chose the diamond sport. * * * The Connetleville boxers will go to Cumberland next month, either on February 7 r 10, at) far aa haa been determined at present. * * * Next montb will find the Middle At- lauttc moguli at-fjwnhled at Uniontowii to discuss the 1030 schedule. Fandom in general v. antu to BOO the league continue. * * · What has become of tho other booeteru of the City Baseball League. I l'B just a couple of months and then --lookout! Anl what a sweet aroma of liniment us the athletes will try to keep down the aches, palus and Btiff- 11056 r » » * Pitt baak-oteers will in all probability chalk up another eaay victory Friday night, Cernegle Tech will play at Pitt Stadium In the second game of. the eeriea of throe for the city championship. * * * Speaking ot basketball, Just bear in mind that thrilling game at the High. School gym. Scottdale comes hero to buttle- the Cokeru. * » * It looks Kko North Union, Dunbar Township and Uniontowii for tho W,' P. I. A. Li:.iguo elimination in Pitt' Stadium ne; t March. But you never ' can tell vhi t will turn up d u r i n g Lho next six kvtv-k grind. j lliir.te's Daughter "May "Wed. ', DUCHAHI ST, -Jan. 23.--The engage- j m a n t of Pr.ucesii lleana of R u m a n i a ! to Count Al-'xaucler of Hoohlxj-iig, ueir ' to the throne of the t'my German . principality of T'less, is expected to ' bo announc -d here shortly, it was i learned yes Feel that confidence --that extra Power. The Firestone Battery makes starting easy. In cold -weather with raw gas or thick oiL You will always have that extra Power. Our sorvlcB rill help yon occqre laoro power from your If ftn, ntt-d i rentnl, wo hnre a court reliable cuo. Let a* la* Bpi vt inch cell no yon trill know jroar battoiry it »ew Tr.vlti In Tt ir old tlfen for ncir once. Be ant* of »hnrti~mfm Non-Skldo during bad weather. H. C. "Zeke" Haddock, Mgr. 122 West Apple Street. Phone 21 our "waat" ROCKWOOD HIGH FIFTH CONTEST Another epan In fte heretofore uninterrupted dash toward tha championship at Section XI t, Western Pennsylvania Jnterscholastic Athletlr League, Is the hope- of tho Dunbar Township High School baskoteera who on Friday evening will journey to Belle Vernon for ,Jhe fourth circuit contest. Anticipation of repeating in the pennant fight has tended to increase the fighting ardor of Hruce M. ShearerV proteges who will bo hard to down 1 any of the other contingents hi thr (Hvkiion and who not only look to talcing laurels in group but the gon falon In Fayette county. While Bella Vernon Is not considered the strongest foe in Section XII, the quintet must he given seriouv thought by any opponent on its homo floor. The Red and Black has found this out In previous experienced when it barely escaped disaster. The skip. per is determined to avoid this situation as he wants hin outfit to win handsomely if that is possible. On the heels of tho Belle Vernou fray conies the contest with Se-wickley Township, tied with Perry Townshin for second place in tho group an !· recognized as a powerful comhinatioi . The Hermlnie setto will bring to a close the first half of the 1930 schedul in the league. Coach Shearer 1« keeping cloee t a l i on his Varsity, taking precautions not to overwork them and saving them i i the "easy" battles find Riving: plenty of work to tho reserves. Ho wants tha regulars to he in fit condition for the big game* as there in much in the/ balance-. BERLIN, Jan. Z\\--Rock-wood High School garnered itt fifth straight victory in as many t a m e s this aeaeon, downing the Berlin quintet, 27 to 15, at the Berlin floor. .Loading, il to 2, at the end of th6 Bret half, Rockwool hati little trouble- disposing of tho Berlin, baeketeers. The two teanie are mombe-re of the different sections in the Somerset. County Lo-ague and had no bearing ou their titanding. Tiro line-up: Berlin---15 $· _.__. Groffl F _ Coughenour C Leslie -- (I Fritz Hockvrood--27 White Meyers Zearfoss Kimmo-1 Zufall , __ . 0 Walker Substitutions--K -eger for Kimmel, Morrison for Meyers, Wolf for White. I^arkw for Zeai-foes, Baker for Kreger, Zembower for Zufall, Walkor for i Groff, Loguo for Walker, Zimmprinan | for Log tie, I Field goals--Wh'te ti, Meyers, J5ear-} fose, Kimmel, Kreger 2, Groff, Coughenour, Pritz. Foul goals--rtockwood, 5 out of IS; Berlin, 5 out of 15- Reieree--Groff. AMOCO FIVE WINS OVER SCHOLASTICS AT SCOTTDAH SOOTTDALE, Jan. 23 .--To* Amoco Five defeated the Scottdale Scholastics In th© opening game of the season for the Pine Tree outfit Tuesday night at the State Armory floor, before a large crowd. The .game was close .0 the finish. Rath and Gordon play d well for tho Schola.-5-tlce, Rath e 5- pecially, with three fl-aM goals to h's credit. Carl Ritchie and Long starndi for the winners. The line-up: Amoco five--IL Scholastics--10. Hough F. Ra'h Alhig ,,, , ,.F. _._ Mill-ir Christner XJ. ...... Lip's R. Ritchie G Johnson C. Ritchie ..'--..G ._,, Gord n* Substitutions--Amoco, Long for Albig; SchoJastics, Carroll for Gordon. Field goals--Ilougih y, C. Ritchia, Rath 3, Miller 2. Foul goals--C. Ritchie, 3 out of -1; Long, 0 out of 1; Rath, 0 out of 2, Re f e ree--Bro ok m an. Seorek-eepor--Berger. Tho AniDco five would like to nveot teams from Fayctte county. For gams* write manager, Albert C. Fretts, 52J/ Homestead avenue, Scottdale. s PERRY TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT HAS CAGE OUTFIT A crack basketb.Ul combination has been organized by ',he Perry Township Firo Department a id the quintet would like to get into a 'tlon at tho Perryopolis iloor on Saturday evening of this week, H. D. Blair anr Michael Kavolcilr, who are to !)ook all of the games for the team, have Issued a general challenge which Uikep in all of the first class contingents. "None other than first class clubs need get intouch with the management," tho defi reads. Tho Casey Club of Counellsvillo, Buicks of Scotldale and JMouiit Pleasant Ath- letka were particularly cited by the officials. Among those- on the Firemen's roster are Rankle, Thrasher, Dicksou, Blair, Hixeribaugl , liaughmau, Pike. Daughorty, Buttermore, Adanichlk and others. A numbei of thoBO who were on the sauad ot tho Star Junction Mystery Five are candidates for berths on the Ferryopolu. quintet. MACHINE SHOP WINS THREE GAMES FROM ELECTRICAL TEA1 The Machine Shop won thrae straight games from 1he Electrical team last night on the Elks alleys in the Capstan Glass Duokpin League. Quinn was high with a total of 451 for the three contests. The scores: MACHINE SHOP. Eailey 152 109 1£7 Piles 83 120 12? Dowlimg 10D 14-8 102 Bcnkie 92 125 146 JO. Clawson 1C2 126 131 G. Clawson 123 127 1*9 403 SSQ SS9 S63 -112 ron Totals --720 755 802 ELECTRICAL. S. Ani'brisco Ill 13R.16S Crouao 107 302 91 Mibel 110 138 13!) : !« Quinu 12fi 144 181 «!51 Travis m 101 , ', M DiiDnuny S5 35 J70 Burkliarrlt 104 113 Totals G75 732 7752033 Tntr IVrocknge FoiuuL VANCOUVER, ii. C., Jan. 23.--Six Vancouver men 'ivlesing since their de-partnro i'rom h, j re last Wednesday for Bcllingham 01 Uio t u g Farquhar were R i \ o n up as lost w i t h identification of wreckage 'ioar Bluuden Island as that ot the tug "Emperor's Brother Will Wed. TOKIO, Jan. 23 --Formal annouuco- nvent w«s made oday that the wedding ot IVrfnce T;kawatsu, brother of Kniperor I l l r o h i t o , and Priiwa K i k u - lco Tokugtiwa, a f randdaiiKht-er nf the JiiHt Shngim, w o u l d t » k e place February * BOXING ASSOCIATION CUTS EYIi WITH LAXO1S; BARS BASEBALL Tho boxena' association seemed to bo rath«r miffed at the edict of JuIg« K. M. Landlg, high commissioner o( babeball, that uo professional p!a/er w.is to engage in the llstic arena. The r u l i n g w:i:- made when Art (Tho Great) Shires Le:ran attracting nationwide attention with his mid-wiEter caper-a. Now the boxing association, accrrdr ins to word out of Chirajro, has countered with an order t h a t none of Ita lKxcnj can play l.jpeball. "Fight nU, you want," js the rulinp, "hut yon'va p,ot to stay n w a y from baseball p ny* Ing. Ure our classified a-dvonis-emwati,

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