The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 6, 1939 · Page 13
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January 6, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

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KR1D \Y. JANL'AIiY G, 1050. THIS DAILY UUUKIl'JK. LUM\I' J hLbVlLibl'/, FA PAGE THIRTEEN'. PARAMOUNTS WIN E A S I L Y AT EVERSON The Paiumounts had an easy time defeating Evcrson necreation Center at Scottda,le Y. M. C A Thursday night to tho tune of 22 to 8, the c ncmas running awa ' after an even owning pcuod The theatre boys ran their winning streak to 11 gomes as against three losses, two to the strong Collegians here. Tonight the Pai amounts run into thi. Smock Rookies at the latter's sym The summary Parr -|ount G. Comvaj, f - 0 Stipi, f 2 McMullcn, c 0 Elascy, g 3 Kline, g . ... «__ 1 Testa, f 2 Brown, c 2 Robinson, c Totals E\crson R C. Conway, f -Jezewski, f Walczak c Flanag in, g Wood\\aid, £ Zicmanski, t -Luski, c ,, Jones, g * 0 . . 10 G. 2 K. Vis 0 0 1 S 1 0 0 0 0 0 Hail th£ New Chanip SPORTORIALS 0 . 0 0 0 r, rts 1 5 0 2 Totals _ _ 3 Score by quarters Paramounts 2 6 4 10--22 Everson ,, 2 0 1 5 -- 8 Referee--Bobbins. Owl Junior Varsiiy Defeats "Y" Juniors Playing the preliminary to the O\\l-Rockwood game at the Armory Wednesday night, Immaculate Conception Junioi Varsity defeated the Y. Juniors, 25 to 9. The flrst quaitcr was close but In the second the \s mners decided the contest by scoring eight points while holding the "Y" athletes, scoreless and in the last half increased the margin of victory The line-ups 1 C. Juniors Hartman, f . Connell, f . . Alt, c . Gahaidi, g -Brady, g Hjan, f F. Pis Totals 12 1 25 Non-scoring substitutes--Dominic and Smith. "V" Juniors G T. Pis. Frazier, f 0 0 0 Ash, f 0 0 0 Trump, c 0 0 0 Conway, g 1 0 2 Dunston, g 1 0 2 Perrus, f 2 0 4 Bailor, f O i l Totals _ _ ._ _ U 1 9 Non-scoring substitutes--Daberko and Cortwrlght. Scoring by quarters I C. Juniors -- . 5 8 8 6--25 "Y" Juniors . 4 0 4 1--9 Referee--Kline Umpires--Sidovv. , Dizzy Dean Talkatnc. Dizzy Dean, Cubs pitcher, had his $185,000 pitching arm X-rayed for a medical examination and predicted ho would win 20 games for Chicago next season, declaring "the old arm feels fine I've been taking a lot of rest since the season closed and I think I'll be able to win about 20 games next season " No More Grid Games. University of Tennessee officials turned thumbs down on a proposal that the champions of the South- -3tern Conference and Texas Christian University, Southwest rulers, mqet for the "national loolball championship " Jimmy Evert, of Chicago, 111, receives the victor's kiss from tiny Jean O'ComicIl, after -winning tho hoi a' title at the national indoor tennis championships in New York City. E\ert defeated Gardner Lamed, also of Chicago. Con.lnucd from Page 'Iwehe ' abcball season, atcoiUing to a compilation of pitche-s' records by Henry Edwards, hedd of the junior clrcur.'s service bureau The Lonaoonlng M d , southpaw, who won 14 games and lost four despite his dead arm, had the edge over every club except the Indians with ,vhlch he broke e\en in two games Grove had his greatest success agumst the Detioit Tigers, cpptuung four out of fhe tilts Hardci, \vi\o won 17 and lost 10, had tho edge over four clubs and divided evenly with tl reo other" Ho broke even with the Yimks, 2-2, and the While Sox and Athletics, 1-1, while taking three out of four from trie Browns and Senators and plastering four setbacks on the Red Sox while dropping a pair Strangely enough, the Yinkees didn't have a pitcher who could \vin every seues Red Ruffing, who paced tho league with 21 wins and seven losses, was the master of all but the Red Sox, losing three while winning Uvo Lefty Gomes, who copped 18 and bowed 12 times, stumbled against the St, Louis Browns twice in three starts Hurst High. Defeated By Prep Cagers Hurbt High School dioppcd a 29-21 decision to St Vincent Prep School quintet Wednesday night at Latrobe, the margin of victory being determined from the penalty line. It was tho opening contest of the Pi epsters' 23-game schedule for 1939 St Vincent established a seven- point lead in the first quarter which the Scarlet Hurricane, was never able to overcome. Both outfits tallied 10 goals from the field but the superior foul shooting of tho Prop five kept them in front The home club sank nine of 11 charity tosses while Hurst made only four out of 14. Vikeilosky and Pushcar led the townshlppers' scoring and Wingard and O Connor shared honors for St Vincent G. The line-ups Hurst Hogan, f . Jagoda, f . Vikertosky, c . Rutkosky, g _ Pushcar, g . I Scfchik, g 0 Totals - .. Sl Vincent Wmgaid, f Yanarolli, f O'Connor, c Hallam, g ,, Sinkey, g Holhgcr, c Lobis, g Wil«on, f Moody, f _ Kesslcr, f ,, F. Pts, 0 2 1 3 0 8 4 24 P. Pis. 2 6 Totals . _ 10 0 29 Scoring by quarters Hurst - 8 8 4 8--24 St. Vincent IS 7 5 4--20 Referee--Buckwalter. Defends Police Rlerecr. HARRISBURG, Jan, B,--Commissioner P W. Footc came to the de fense of the merger of the State Police and Highway Patrol with an assertion that criminal investigation activities of the new Motor Police had greatly increased since tlxe consolidation. Francis Gorman Ousted. NEW YORK, Jan, 6.--The executive council of the United Te,xtllc Workers of America ousted Francis J, Gorman as president on charges of violating the union constitution and supporting an opposition union. Board Appointment. Tho employment board of the State Department of Public Assistance an* nounced in Hainsburg that H. H. (Red) Baer of Brownsville had been BITS HERB AND THERE The female of the pugmy Ilsh carries the eggs in her mouth during incubation When hatched, the youni! dart baik into hoi mouth if frightened . . . Tenncsicc, Texas Christian and Southern California were rated the "big three" of 1938 football on form which stood like the Rock of Gibraltar on post-season gridirons We'd llko to see a game between the Volunteers and Horned Frogs \\ho deserve to share the claim for tho national college foothill title ... Don Lash, former distance running star from the Univcislty of Indiana and now a Bloomlngtou policeman, has been aw.irded the James E Sullivan memorial trophy given annually to the outstanding amateur athlete . . . Joey Fishbach ot New York held the national indoor junior tennis crown for the second straight year and shared the doubles title with Dave Johnson of Washington . . . . Florida made one last bid to lure Scabiscuit, handicap champion of 1038, from Californii for the winter racing season, assigning him top-weight of 133 pounds . . New York · Giants announced a schedule of 21 exhibition baseball games for the spring training season The Giants, who tram at Baton Rouge, \vill play the first game against the Athletics on March 11 .. Five former champions were entered in the Los Angeles $5000 open golf tournament They aic Harry Cooper, Ed Dudley, Vic Ghezzi, Jimmy Hlnes and Jimmy Thompson ... The Giants pro club settled down to haid practice for the "pro" bowl football game against the All- American. All-Stari at Wugley Field In Los Angeles January 15 . . . . Big Ten basketball teams, their warm- up schedules completed, marked time for the opening ot the 1D39 conference campaign Saturday when all 10 of them suing into action National A. A. U. Ice Hockey.Committee has picked the 10 players who will represent the U. S m the world's ice hockey championships at Zurich, Switzerland, February 2-12. Jack Hutchlnson of Boston will act as coach ,(nd manager . , . Moncsscn and Washington, former members; and Oil City arc considering enrolling m the Pcnn State Association Class D baseball circuit, in 1039, it was announced at a meeting ai Greensbvirg over which presided President Elmer Dally and Secretary-Treasurer Russell L. Hockenbury, the latter of Scottdalc Beaver Falls, Orccniiburg, Butler and McKoesport aie rarm' to go . . . Melvin Lowry cf Sptmccrvllle, Ohio using u bow and a single arrow claimed a new hunting record after he bngficd his limit of four rabbits within a two-houi period. Three wore shot sitting and the fourth on tho run. All were pinned to th- ground and weic dead when picked up. employed us a Fayette county senior resouicea investigator in a salary range of $1,800 to ?2,100. TO THE BEES By Jack Sords 6F6MMV A T H g Si V/ASMIMTA4 To "TA£ft£ WAS 5AO rt!gUM AU A^P -rue- CC*Y«ICHT, His KINGFtATURCSSyMOIG-TC. SIMMON. OA!C otie OP -f\ MOST pAAjvieEoos of rtrrfess, is s-ntu A pi THREAT Af We Pixte... ."3OO STILL GOOD By Jack Sords an, is 6s" VgARS OlD SOT STIUU % Better Grid Players Good Students Continued from Page Twelve, someone to look up to--and the impressions they left were either good or bad "The first thing I try to have a football playei understand," said the speaker, "Is why he Is In school I want him to be the best kfnd of a student for I have no use for a youngster that loafs I have found hey make better football players if hey arc good students 'You boys who are coming back next season can start training right now--in your classrooms Work larder on your textbooks and in the :aboratory and It will make you a better player. You're only as smart on the field as you are in the classroom." ' John Barbor, Coker all-county center, received personal commendation from Coach Sutherland who said 'John Barbor was a better football player because he was a good student. You fellows all realize that" Dr Sutherland said that in his 15 years of coaching he has visited Connellsville more times in the role of a banquet speaker than any other town IU size in any stale. He said he attempted to refuse the invitation this time but he, of course, knew the University of Pittsburgh's football interests were being represented here and he was Interested in what Con- ncllsvlllc had done in a foothill way. The success of coaching a football system doesn't rest entirely on formations, he said, but the understanding between the football squad and its coaches 'I think you boys of Connellsville are fortunate In the things you arc able to work with. By that I mean not only your now Stadium, equipment and coaches, but also the spirit of the school and the understanding of the people of the town who want you to make good," he declared Coach Sutherland emphasized: · It's not how much yardigo Is Sained but the way it is done that counts " The famed grid mentor In closing again urged the boys to apply themselves to their studies "I know I can take thp average boy who is smart and make him a good football player but I don't think I could do so with an average boy that wasn't unart," he stated. Judge Ross S. Matthews served as tonstmaBler after being Introduced by Hush Handford, president ot the Alumni Association The judge promised the assemblage there would be no long diy speeches although he intended calling on a large number of spenkers . Mayor Iia D Younkln told the footbull squad it had not only done honor to itself imd its schoo' but also to tho city for the heights it reached In sportsmanship and urged that it continue along those lines. Di. H. 11 Mclntiie, president ot the; Bo,ud of Education, congiatulatcd the boys on their work the pttst season and expxebsed the hope for a inoi e uuccessful season next yeai Clyde S Campbell and Woith K Balsley, members of the board who wcie present, weie Introduced Head Couch Arthur II. Rut said "we did our best last season and while we're losing some good bojs through graduation we hope to be able to replace them and have, a good season next year." Assistant Coach Edward Spotovich thanked the players foi the cooperation received and said it was a good group of boys to work with Assistant Conch Andy L isky con- giatulated the team Junior Varsity Coath A. R ' Red" Barr who serves as tiainei foi the vaisity expressed his appieciation to the Alumni Association for honming the team Faculty Manager of Athletics William E Dolde said he had spent about one-third of his life uoikmg with boys in Connellsville ' You can't help working with a group like that and not get some good for yourself," he declared He urged the boys to take the game seriously, but not to take themselves seriously. He cautioned them against becoming too Important that they wouldn't perform ther school duties "Be sincere with yourself and your coaches Be loyal Never try to fool Scoiidale Farms Topple Bethany The Clover Farm basketball quintet of Scottdale dropped a close decision tp the fast Bethany College five by a 32-37 scoie after a great comeback in the second half which found the Mill Towners tallying 25 of then 27 points The Bethany attack was led by Graft and Coughenour, former Un- lontov.i\ High star while fine playing of Balnbridge and Eicher featured for ScoHdale The Clover Farm basketcers would like to book games on a home and home basis Interested parties are asked to write Phil Fall 9 High street, Scottdalc or phone Scottdale 202. The line-ups' G. F. Pis 0 0 _. _ . 4 2 10 0 0 0 1 Scottdale Eicher, f Zearley, f. Bambridge, f. Johnson, e -Fail, c Skemp, g Davis, g Totals Bethany College Graft, f _ ._. Kuhns, f. _. Lohr, f ,,. Taylor, c. Salavato, c Coughenowr, Maher, c Byers, c ,, Totals 13 6 32 Scoring by quartcis: Bethin 7 9 6 10--32 Scot'dale 0 2 9 16--2 DUNBAR CENTER BEATS EVERSON IN CAGE BATTLE The Dunbar Recreation Cente basketball team defeated Everson Recreation Center Wednesday ntgh at Dunbar before a crowd of 250 fan by a score of 37-28. It was a tight battle from th opening whistle with the Dunba combination trailing until the fourth quartei when a brilliant rally \va staged, sleeping through the visitors defenses to record a decisive tnumph Two feature games are booked fo College Hall, Dunbar, next Wednes day night when the Connqjlsvilli Shamrocks clash with the Dunba Center lassies and the fast-stepping Poramoi-nts play the Dunbar Recreation Ccnlci semoi team The line-ups Dunbar Sklenar, f Solduno, f Bruno, c Parkoi, g Boguskv, g Ghent, f Totals Evcrson Woodward, f Jc?( \iskl, f Walczak, c Flanmgan, g 7lamlnnskl, g SlnU, g Tolalt, Rcferee- -Lyone G, 5 0 0 2 . _ - 4 . - 3 14 G 3 5 . 4 . I 0 0 13 F. 3 0 0 0 r o o o 2 0 0 Pis 1" Dies at Bcllo Vernon. Am! Castin 70, died Tuesday a his home at Belle Vernon. youiself," he said Mr Dolde told he had ovoihcMi remarks that he wasn't mteicsted i: the boys anymoie He bald tha wasn't tiue. "I missed you boy:, tcnibly all fal I mished camp--cven the cold show eis I didn't get out to any piictice because I had things to do but I go around while jou V.CIG m the diess ing loom I noticed whelhct you legs had gotten any bigger, whethe your shoulders we'e any wider " He said there was th's much h had leained dui.ng his years o coaching heie 'Theie's a dam great bunch o kids In Conncllsville " John Barbor presented tokens o the players' appieclation to Coache RufT and Spotovich. William G Davis, supermtendtn of Comullsvllle public schools, an E Stanley Phillips High Schoo principal, paid tribute to the team U. S. Life Termed Tpo Fast For Assurance of Sanity (v- R1CHMOND, Va, Jan 6--People tho United States may be going too ait a pace to make their sanity ter- 11(1 Dr John W. Thompson i £ Harvard Jnlveislty told the Amor.can Asso- iation (or the Advancement of science fiat both physical and men- il uoik appear to be weiring do\vn he nerves and reflexes oC human icings who woik too haid in any : uses, Kilowatts Win at Duckpins Rolling on the Manhattan alleys, he Fuses defeated the Plugs and the ·Cilowatts tripped the Sockets by Uvo iut ot thicc mat gins in the West Penn Jirls Duckpin League The scoies- SOCKETS Jildroy 107 85 117 309 Carper 99 04 . 193 Ktdgway 118 88 206 \Torgart 94 84 178 VIcMams 09 107 83 289 Bakei 123 83 206 Lcnhart . 87 87 activity Fatigue of the mind and nerve cells is apparently one ot the major causes of mental illness which keeps about one out of every 10 persons in the country under mecical and institutional care, he declared Di Thompson declared tiredness is one of the "cardinal signs ot a number of illnesses," such as tuberculosis, thyroid gland trouble and anemia. Uso of birth control education in treating and preventing mental ill- neis was suggested m the symposium by Dr. Geoige Gilbert Smith of Massachusetts General Hospital of Boston. Dreams of men and women are different Thorp is more beauty and more of the fantastic in women's di cams and more of the practical side m men's dreams, Dr. Charles M. Disercns of the University of Cincinnati reported Totals 517 497 454 1468 KILOWATTS 108 114 104 98 117 120 94 93 205 94 115 323 104 215 120 _ _ _ 93 121 214 96 87 183 122 122 Totals . 544 494 538 1576 PUSES 115 118 329 89 Uohen -Wilson ... Sechler Light - _ .cighllter Colburn . Mnhokcy Totals riannigan . 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