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SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1930. ·THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVIL^, J:'A. PAGE SEVEN. Basketball By JAJUPES M. D.1MSCOLT* Bast letball Towners Maintain Margin At Nearly Every Stage; Orange And Black Rally Falls Short (S- Polde's Lttds Take Lead in Second Quartorj Trail One 1'Qint nt Half. BIG CROWD GIVEN THRILLS Playing in it« gym which was fhrongel with humlretlfl of cheering ] (ana, the Crmncltsvllle High School basketball team lost to Scottclule j pnesors last evening by a close martin in a gattio which *'ns packed with thrilling pluye and individual exhibi- Hou«3 of 'Handling Iho ball. Tn« Scot- tics wont into the lead from the bc- jlnning iuil whllo tho locals kept right behind throughout the flvst period ot thJj fray, thoy were unable io permanently close the gap. The lnal score was 23-20. "Muck" Staiiffer ucored llrst for the Millers when h© was fouled and given two ehot.H f r o m the free xone. Both were good. Richer got the lall from the tif-off ami registered one from the . · Held. ScotUUUe fan's nearly lifted the roof with fronzled cheering. Johnson ind Jones thon came through with ono tach, bringing tho score up to G-l as She quarter onded. Shortly after tho opening o£ tho I^eond period, Slauffer again boosted the visitors' score as ho "banked ono in from the sido oJjtho court. Thou Con- aellttvllle broke ! loose. It came in the term of a lorrlflc, driving attack which \ WKlwI abruptly but it had tho desired »ffect. In those tew short minutes of play the locals caged throe flold goals «il two fouls, a total of eight points. This rally gave t h e m a four-jioint advantage over the. Millers but It wag toon absorbed and the half found them {railing a 10-12 count. Scottdalo continued to add to the jjcoro as tho second halt got under Bray while Connollsvllle managed to pet only one field goal. The Grange! jmd Black seemed a, little- unsteady | (luring this period for many oE their Iliots, which ordinarily were sure goals, caroomod off tho basket. Miller Vfia effectively held down by Cox, only petting one double-decker^ The Scotties 'widened tho breach during tho (jiifirter to an 18-14 count. A field goal and a foul shot wero registered by tho visitors immediately ftftor the opening of the last stanza. With tho scoro at 21-14 .they seemed iontent to "freeze" the ball although ;but two inlnuts had been played. While- the locals out-ecored the Millers \ tn that last oglht minutee, it was not aufncient to overcome the lead eetab- linhecl and ' t h o whiitlo ended further (tallying. Friday the locals travel to Greens- Iburg for a engagement with tho Brown aivl White baeketecrs. In the preliminary game the Seniors wore victorious over the Juniors with u 23-20 score. Tho line-up: V * :.iniell»vllle-- 20. SeotMale-- 28. .Ion ea ...... ------ ...... ........ F ...... ----------- ......... Eichor jludo .......... __________ ..... ..F_ ...... .............. ... ijtuuffer Wilier ... ...... ______ . ........... C .................. ________ ....... Cox 3 iradley ......... _ .............. (5 ........ ------------- Skemp Johnson ....................... :.,G ............ _________ V. Rush Substitution -- Schrum for Rude for Jlchrum, Berg In for Johtieon for Bev- pin for Bradley for Derglii. PlcUl goals--- Jones 2, Miller, ,John- fon 2, Bradley 2, Elchcr 2, Staiiffer 2, Cox 2, V. Hush. Foul goals -- Jones, 1 out of 2; Kude jmlesed 2; Miller, 2 out of 2; Juluuiou, 3 out of 2; Bradley nuido 1; Borgin, 1 out of 2; Kiehor, G out of 7; Staiiffer jiiiade 2; Wai do. 1 out of 2; Connclls- villo, 6 out of 10; Scottdnle, 9 out of J3. Referee -- Spoor,. Neith Union Wins To Increase Lead .InW.RLA.Loop North Union Township High bas- kotcers, defeating Point Marion by a scoro of Hi to 13, increased the lad in Section X I U , W. P. 3. A. League to one ttn'd a. half games. Bay Welsh's proteges got away to a good start but wero headed off In tbe third period when tbe Point Mnvlon team held IH Welsh clan scoreless as the losers--^the homo club--chalked up a total of six points. However a noat spurt la the final period ga,ve tho North Union boys the needed margin. 1 Tho llnc-up: IVortJi Union--IB. Point Marlon--IB. Fisher - F. »· Bivwer Lewis F Watson Shlffbauer C Wilson Uhazie _ G PolHano Selong - G /.-- Ervln Substitutions--Goodish tor Fisher, Downey for Watson, Garlow lor J'o-vr- ney. Field goals--Lewis, Shiffbauer 2, Selong, Brewer 3, Wilson 2. Foul goals--North Union, S out of 10; Point Marlon, 3 out of 7. Score by periods: North Union -- 5 5 0 C--1C Point Marlon. 3 2 G 2--13 Referee--Wall. Other H nows on I'ago Twelve. those who advert! so. LEISENRING GIRLS LOSE IN LAST FRAME TO BELLE VERNON Going into tho final quarter w i t h a slight advantage, the lassies of the Dunbar Township High School were unable to stop the shooting of Cavanaugh, aco forward of the Belle Vornon sextet, and were conquered by a score of 10 to 13. The Bello Vernon forward made the tallies after Blcher star guard of tho D. T. club, had been taken out oi the game on personal fouls. Dunbar held live lead from tbe llrst whistle and at tho half the count was 11 to 7. The line-up: Dunbar--· 18. Belle Yemon--l« Kurtz - F Felkonhour Bosley F ,,. Cavaiuuigh Miller C ..._.....,,-- LKollars Slaughter. SO Hitu-s Eicher -- G ----.. Dudgeon Thomas G -- .....Repiiert Substitutions--Oglethorpe lor P,os- ley, Patterson for Slaughter, Becscm for, Konacho for Felk-enhour, Perkins for Zollars, Turney for Hines. Field goals--Kurtz 4, Cavanaugh G, Felkenhour. Fouls--Kurt?, 4 out of 7; Bosley, missed 1; Osiethorpe, 1 out of 1-; Felkenhour, 0 out of .'i; Konat he, none out of '2; Cavanaugh, 2 out of S. Referee--Austin. Umpire--Arnold. FAIRMONT SQUAD PLAYS CATHOLIC TEAM WEDNESDAY The Immaculate Conception High School baisketeers havo scheduled Die Fairmont Catholic five for Wednesday night at t h o State Armory. The contest will begin at .3:30 o'clock. Chuck Smalling, Stanford's groat fullback, hfle taken a position as. one of the football coaches'at Misslnsinpl University. Daugherty Scores 28 Points As Perry Township Downs East Huntingdon Quintet 3J"leksott Athlete Passes Tnllj Record of Joe Tulley IV ho Collected 27. VICTORS HARD TO HOLD BACK Tom Djuiglu-rty had a Lii; tiay, u j very bit? ono. List nlRlit as ho chalked j n j i ;i t o t a l of 11 Hold jouls and » n n k | -.!« u'. of as m n u y trivs froir Ut- ; ac'iil HIM' to ieail tin. 1 1'erry T o \ v u _ U l i ; J l - R h rfehuol b;iikt't«erM to u -15 to 13: t r i u t n y i i .ov«.-r Ku«t l l u i i U u g U o u . 'iVwnshlp CIIK« rs ui tl'.o A t v e r t u n j ·rtuor. - I Daujjlicrty tiioiu- rogtsteretl a t o t a l uf t'S points, cataUlUhlnj; « new mark for Section X I I , W. £'. i. A. jragra! as ho bestoii ths reword oi j Tulley, D ' l n b a r Townshlji t o r - j W. P.!. A. League Summary N T.EX. Scores Ka,jrp in First Bout Yesterday's Results. U n l o n t o w n 14; Liitrohe 12. Jeannotte 2fl, Grewisbiirg 22. Scottclale 2;i; Conncllevillw 2,0. STANDINGS ·\V. Union to vn E JaannoUe ; -. 4 Scottdnle * 3 Liiitrobe -- 2 CouncilsviH '....... 2 0 Pet. 1.000 2 .867 'i .000 ;i .400 ;·, .400' Greensbuvs 1 -1 -200 Mount. Pleasant 1 -t .2*0 Uniiios Tuesday. Conncllavllle at TJuiontowii JUUrobo at. Greeimburg. M o u n t Pleasant at Scottdale. SKCTIOX THIKTKEN. Yesterday's Results North Union IB; Point Marion 13. Carmlchaels 20;- Georges 11). Gorman 2G; South Union 24. STANDINGS W. 1;. Pp-t. North Union 6 0 1.000 Brownsville _ -t 1- -SOU Point Marion 4 2 ,G(7 German 3. .1 .500 Redstone ,, ''- % -»00 CarmichaelH 2 ''. .400 Georges : 1 5 .187 South Union 0 (i .000 (James Tuesday, Brownsvllo at South Union. G e r m a n ' j i ^ t Redstone-. Point Marion at Gwrges, Carinlchaeltt at North Union. SECTION FIVE. Results. Donora 32; W«et Newton 22. Moneasen 34; Monongahcla 12, Charlerol 43; Houtli BrownevIIle 10. STANDINGS \V Monessen ---- 5 Charlerol -.4 Donora -- 3 Wea t New ton 3 Monongahola ,, 2 South Brownavlll«r .1 California : 0 XJarues Tnesdny. Monessen at Donorn. Charleroi at Monousahela. California at South Brownsville. Pot. 1,000 ,800 .600 .500J .400' .200 .000 Prlmo Camera, huge Italian challenger for heavyweight boxing hor- or-s of the world, won by a knockout in his first American appearance last night, finishing Big Boy Peterson in a. v e r y brief period of a. lilUo mora than a minute of the opening round. Peterson was down for tho count three times before Camera's last blow spun him around like' a top dcspi then It fin sen as ketbi eVcrj was coulci next ,e his 209 pounds of flosh, and the Minnesotlaii decided to call evening. It wasn't a pleasant lion to hnvo fists as big ass ba's- lla smashing him to the floor ttmo ho got. up and Peterson content to admit his opponent hunt some other play fellow tho .iuie. SECTION TWELVE, Yesterday's llesults. Sewlckloy 48; Humt 14. Dunbar 27; Belle Vernon 14. Perry 45; East Huntingdon 1(1 ward, who rigainst Ti\.rst cam« through with 27 points--13 field goals and 0110 foul. . Iluntamiin.'s uluii never had a louk in, the proteges of Clifford O. Dickson easily becoming masters of the situation. There's no eloubt that the decisiveness of the score was not anticipated in view ot tho Taut that t h e battle was waged ou the A l v u r u . u courts. The l i n e - u p : Pt % rrv-~l5.» Kiint Huntingdon--!3 (!ulk\v K Dop'.ii U.-\ushi.Tty !·' Uyskell Swells C AtuU-hli Klinak _. (.; ,,..,, Uuzoct Jfoukliid -- O Shaeffia- Substitutions; Euat Iluntingdoti Lemmon. Tomechko, Crosby. Kield goals: Oalloy :·, D a u g h e r t y ! 11, Sweifts 3. Andrlsh. Dezort, Lori-- | mon, Tom?chko. [ .Foul goals: Perry--11 out of I f . ; East Hmnlnsdon, 5 o u t of 'is STANDINGS X : - W, Dunbar -. * Sewickley _ '! Perry _ - ..3 Belle -Vernon - 2 East Huntingdon ___-._0 Hurs t 0 Games Tuesday, Sewickley'at Dunbar. 'Ea«t Huntingdon at Hurst. Belle Vernon at Perry. Pot. 1.000 .750 .750 .BOO .000 .000 PANTHERS DEFEAT CARNEGIE TECH FOR 12TH COUNT IN ROW Defeating Carnegie Tech by a fscoro of -IS to 25 lust night die Pitt basket- oors chalked up Lhe 12th cciMsecutivo triumph at Pitt Stadium. H was tho eighth straight reversal for tho Skibos. Charley Hyatt chalked up seven double deckers and then dropped ouc from the foul line to lead :'.ho Golden Panthers to another victory an tbe Ptttsburgers continue the march to an undefeated campaign. In both halves the Panthers doubled the score over the Hogan Vioys, acor- ing 22 in the first and 20 1u the second while Carnegie Tecli gunieml 10 in the first and 18 In the second, Who to Pntronlge. Those who advertlea in Tho Dally Courier. ' MACARONI BOWLERS DOWN CIGAR SQUAD Tht Ilenzc Cigar Company bowlors wero rlofeated oy the Connollsvllle Mnca: tint Company squad in a recent nifttcl at the West Ponn alleys. Tlu ft cores: llenzc C'lsrnr Company D. He izo 113 91 100- Saporira 124 98 128- R. Sa izone 123 N. Sa.iaono OS N. Re ize 152 Township Cagers ead in Section XII, Defeating Belle Vernon Casey Dribblers Meet Perryopolis Quintet Tonight Considerable intercut, k: !ii:iii!Cefit in tho jjarnc at the Perrjr Township High School pymniwilum tuniglit when the .Fire-men bankoteers tt'.lto on IJie highly touted Casey q u i n t e t of Connellevillfl. . Inasmuch as the Pe-rry Township dribblers will not. perform thin evening niKl the fane want some action, the Firemen at tho last moment fllated the Connellsvillo nggregaiion. More independent floor coiitostis are anticipated and Hie management of tho Perryopolls club has issued a den to ,the first class contingents ot Uie Kay-West district. H. D. Blair and Michael Karolclk are booking Ihe The prolimlnavy game beglna at 7:30 o'clock. 122 140 130 304 350ihoward. KG-- 331 124--362 155-- 437 ALVERTON JUNIORS LOSE CLOSE CLASH TO HARROLD SQUAD Harroid'a Junior High School cug- ere annexed the fourth s t r a i g h t victory of the season last nlglit when they defeated the East Huntingdon Township High School J u n i o r Varsity toseers, IS to 17, at Harrow's. The scoro at the half was S-S. Wilson waa high scorer for East Huntingdon with six baskets while Wllliamfl lod the victors' attack with four field goals. East Huntingdon made- but one out of six possible points on fouls. The l i n e - u p : Hawold's--18. E. H. ,Tr. V.--17. Williams .,, _....-.F Wilson Kelly -F ___ Hill Spoonhoward _^ C Meyers A. Miller G - -- Hixson G. Miller _ .G -... Baeham Substitution--Wroble for Spoon- SJienror's Combination Easily Subdues Seventh Consecutive Opponent. SEWICKLEY ON BILL TUESDAY ! The passers of the Dunbar Towns h i p High School defeated Belle Vernon, 27 to 14 V on tho hitter's :ourt. last nlgrlii to hold Its lead of one game in Section XU of Hie W. P. I. A. Lfiiiguo. H wae the Bovonth Btraighi win of tho season. Bruce Shearer's proteges jumped into t,he l-ead at the first whistle a n d ;ii.-»atH!y piled up the margin until tho Hforo was nearly doubled over the Bo-lies. AV'hlle D u n b a r was chalking up 11, t r i u m p h , Perry Township and S«- i w:;ckley, .runner-up to thct Ijeisenring | contingent, came througrli decisively in j encli Instance, thus keeping the ficc- tioual title w i t h i n grasp of three fact quintets. The Keri and Black tallied a total of 11 field goals white tho Belles broke through. Duiibar'fl five-man defbnss for an eve^i half doxen. L/elscnrlng has two -1-eaguo gam.os n-ext week and Ixith will be played at the home floor. The llne-u.p: Dnnbar---2". Belle Vernon--J.4. T alley R..,. _ Martin M ill er ,F Wasicok fi eh YOUR ;XU .... AVal len t.l n; Bailey ,G TM. Coates Re illy --G _..j.--, Baue r . Substitutions -- Hes'hen'berg for Behrenfl, N«re for Miller, Stanley for Martin, ^artln for Stanley. Field goals -- Tulley 5, Miller ·!, Bailey, Reshenberg, Waekck, Coates 2, WaUentine, Bauer. Individual fouls^--Tulley, 2 out of 3; Miller, 1 out of 2; Behrois, 2 out of 2; Bailey, 0 out of \.\ Martin, I out oC 2; Wasicek, 1 out of 2; Wallentine, 0 out of 2; Coates, 0 out of 1; Stanley, 0 out of 1. Team fouls--Dunbar, 5 out ot S; Belle Vernon, 2 out of S. Referee--A u st 1 n. Tot .Is ....,, 610 CS1 603-- 17S-I ConnollsrlHo Macaroni Malar uzl ,._. 91 ,,. Ill-- 202 j. Cm eo -J. _ 141 106 3131-- 397 UulH ·. 144 132 110-- 3SG Maim Hi HI 1H 144--36}) Falcoi o ,,- 154 113 141-- 408 Lewie ; - -. 31 --! 81 i Field goals--Williams 'i, Kelly 2, j Spoonhoward, Wilson G, Hill 2. Foul goals--Harrold's, -1 out of S; Bast Huntingdon, 1 out of 6. Refreee--J. McMunn. Totele - 6 4 1 545 CB7--1843 WEAR GLEAN CLOTHES January 27 to 31 Cleaned and \ Pressed Cleaners Dyers Connellsvillf, Pa, Phone /£jp\ Phone 813 W 814 HURST BASKETEERS LOSE LEAGUE GAME TO SEWICKLEY HIGH SowiC'liJey Township scored a 4fi to 14 mar-gin over Hurst of Mount Pleasant Township last night at Hermiuie in S-ocitlon XK ot the W. P. 1. A. 1/eagu-e. Tho line-up: Hurst:-- 14. Sewickley-- 16 Lehman _____________ .F, ......... . ........... C a mpfl e I d M. Smith ................ ___ F ________ ., -- ........ Goodlin W. Smith _____ ...... __;C .......... -- ...... Latimore S-eni ...... ________________ .G .......... ..... ...... L.atigbnor McGoogaii ----------- -G .......... ........ ------------ Curci Substitu,tions -- Nesbltt for Ca-nrp- ftekl, Paull for Goodlin, Epperson for Latimore, Wijis for Laughner. Field goflils-- Ieh-inaii 2, M. Smith 2, W, Smith 2, Canvpfleld 5, Nesbltt: 3, Goodlin fl, L»B.timoro, Laug-hncr 3, Cure I. Foul goal's-- Hurst, 2 out. of 12; S«- wickloy, 8 out of 12. Score by periods : · Hu-rst ....,, ..... _________ ;....o e n 3--14 Sewickley ,, ...... ________ ..... 9 U 16 Refer ee-~ Matthews . 9-- 4G RENZE CIGAR TEAM LOSES TWO GAMES The Reuzo Cigar bowling team was beaten two out of three gnnies b y . t h e Macaroni team on the West Penii alleys in another oC the match contests. The ecores: Jtonzc Cigar Com|Miny. D, Renze 116 IH 103-- 333 R. Sanzone 72 -- 72 Seponara 150 128 147-- 423 X. Sauzone _. 122 102 145-- 369 N. Renzo 114 110 100-- 363 A.'. Hensio S3 12i~- 207 Totals G04 D35 G2S--1107 Wacjironl Cojupany Manzelli 122 110 105-- 337 Hulli 138 10-1 -- 2-12 Cuneo !·!« 14S HA--- -JOG .Mat.irax.zi 14li lin 12?i- 3SB Palcono 120 IDS 35I'.--- SSI Mongelilizzo Sa-- SD 'LITTLE CARDINALS" DIRECTORS TO MEET ON MONDAY EVENING SCOTTDALE, Jan. 25--The board of directors of the Scottdale Baseball Ohtb will meet at the Borough Building on Monday evening to deviee ways and means of raising fuuds to continue the national pastime in this )o- cnlty. The "hope chest" wll be brought to the attention of the directorate as this lias proved to be a very successful medium of increasing the financial outlay of the club. ScotUlale's e n t r y in the Middle Atlantic League again w i l l be operated by the St. Louia Cardinals ae a part of the Nationl League team's farm system. There will be a discussion on U. meeting oi; the Middle Atlantic 1/eagtui w h i c h is scheduled to t«ke place at: Hotel Tltlow in Uniontown 011 Sunday iifternoon, February 2, at 2 o'clock. Tho ficheduk 1 is to bo brought to tho fore at l.his scssiou of tho eight, loam representatives. LOCAL PASSERS TAKE CLOSE WIN AT BROWNSVILLE Tho Casey C l u b came through, a -10 to 38 decision, over the Monon- guhela Railroad q u i n t e t last night ar the Brownsville floor. J(. was a nip and tuck b a t t l e throughout. The l l n o - u p : C.'isoys--10. .Uonongnhcla--3S. \\llln [·' J(!i'frey.s Schilling F - ». Sutton Piillllps..... C Seoti. MeCleary; ,, G Txickvidgc L)-?clemcuti G J. Brown Substitution--Fcrcnciiha.. Field goals--Fercnctiha 0, Phillips 7, Wills, Schilling:, Jeffreys a, Suttou C, Scott 3, Lockridge !!,.!. Brown.' Fouls---Casoys, -1 out of 6; Monon- gthela Hallroad, (i out of 12. liarnoy "Dreyfuss, owner of t h e PUtsbin-K Pirat-ets, l e f t for Florida last n i g h t . He (Ionics li« luis retired from a c t i v i t y in connection w i t h (lie c l u b . Sam, his, w o n , elevated to the vice- presidency, will occupy tbe executive chair w h i l e the owner Is absent. OFFICIALS NAMED FOR AMATEUR SHOW ON TUESDAY NIGHT The Connells-vill-e Athletic- Club has announce!! t h e seloction of officials IVi · UK a m a t o u r liaxlni? program on Tct'sday cv«niiiK ; l .f tti; Hlixvinh Hull ill. w h i r l ) l l t n o H e ; i » n v«ry i n l u r i ' S l i i i . - ; - b o u t s will bo pri-iKt'iih'-l. Clu- oft'lclulH iiro: .rtidges--Dr. (.!. \V. U t t s u u d C;hark-.-i F. \Vhlie. I'leferoos--Simon Carlson a n d Kddi ( . Di ggun. Timers--Harold C. Hailrfock a m i Miyor H. D. M i n o v d . A n n o u n c e r --Pa.ul "Joe Humphreys" Coh-ou.

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