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MONDAY, .JANUARY 27, 1830. PAGE NINE. .rim DAILY COURIER, COiWKL' jSVILLE, PA Basketball Basketball JAMES M, MUSCOLL Dunbar Township Undefeated Strong Herminie ®- East Huntingdon Comes to Bed and Black Court for Game Friday. MOUNT PLEASANT IS NEXT ON SLATE Tho undefeated passers of tho Dunbar Township High School who hold first position In Section XII, Western Pennsylvania. InterBCholaatlc Athletic League, will appear before tho homo followers In two garaea this week. Sn-en times the Red and Black warriors havo gone Into the battle, four timo on foreign soil and thrice on the homo grounds, and on every occasion tho proteges of Bruce M. Shearer, presenting a battling {tve-tnan defence have turned in a handsome triumph. Two strong foes will endeavor to break this spreo of the Dunbarllea as well aa to throw the pennant situation in the circuit into a jumble. Tomorrow night will find feewlckley Township basketears u . t t h o .Leisen- rlng NO. 1 'gymnasium in the final gumo of tho first hull' of the league schedule while, on Friday .evening, K:ist Huntingdon Township plays at the Kcl and Black court in the opening contest of tho flnul «octou c £ the P rr K rani. ScottOale has bowed twice to tho Lotneiiring machine white Eiifit Huntingdon, Perry' Towuship, Kurwt, Fayette City UIK! Belle Vev.ion have tasted fleloai once at the bands of the smooth-function ing combination t h a t ia regarded as one of the best tlve- nutn-clubs that the iuatitutiou ban over Exchanging Goal Posts For Basketball Shorts W h i l e tour of the warriors appar- e n t l y liavo taken a firm hold on berths, ·ill ot them are by no means clinched as tiio nientor declares every position open d u r i n g tho week of tho practice sessions and determines from these sho*lugs Ju«t who should etart in the trying contests. Tulky. Bailey, liellly and Millar have boon, starling; regularly thus far while Skoncssuy, Hcsliwtborg, Nero, Uehvcu3, Burkey and several othere arc p u t t i n g up i merry fight to get into tlu» llnoup. The month of February will test the nuprenvi pow-cr of the Rtcl and Black. Attar 1 he Sowlckley and Alverton games this week, Mount Ple-a«ant appears the following wcel. Then the local club goes to I'erry Township. Hurst then comes to LelHonring and l l i o r.ON- fray flmte IX T. at Fayettei C i t y . Uolle Vernon, Sowlekley, U n i o n - ] t o w n , M o u n t Pleasant and tho Con-! Perry Firemen Score Easy Win Over Casey Club The Cusoy Club basketball team o! Connell'iriilo M-a defeated by u score o£ . · to ' by the Perry Township Firemen Saturday night lu tho on-euin same oi! tho .season for tho Perry- op.oiis indepo.nde'ut dribblers. The 1'ray wis -played ,;at tUo. Perry, High ( floor. Perry took the-load in t h o Initial quarter a n d m a i n t a i n e d a comfortable margin throughout the buttle. Tho Cokei' o u t f i t «,t no iliine threatened to tic up the tally. ' s S O R O S P O I N T S « · * » » » Quiet Mrs, Hurd One of Golf dom's Best o Captain Johnny Lehner*. of tha Trojans' 1980 basketball quintet, is one of those sports enthuoiasts on the local campus who doffed moleakinii at th« close of the 1930 football aeaaon to don basketball shorts knd go in for the court frame. Capt. Lehners ptaya guard on the varaity aggregation and has carried his team mates to an important position ia the ·oeson's fat west comoaUtiO" Keagy Corner Plays Tonigiit With West Side RINKYDINKS WIN FROM DUNBAR HI SCHOOL LASSIES The Ilinkydinks of D u n b a r won the first game of tho season on Friday, defeating the ;jirli3 of the Dunbur' Borough High School, by a score of 9 to 3 In a very exciting game. .Yonnkln and Mnrtinchalk allowed up beet for the wlnnoru w h i l o DeNelH played a great game for this loaera. Any team wishing to schedule the Rinkydinks should call Duubar G5-M and ifik for Anna. Tlio line-up and score: Klnkydliilis--9 Diuibnt-Hlg-h--3 Martinchlk · P _ Oilmore Younkin..._ _ F ,,. DeNellt Sin Hoy G ~..,_.J6 nea Martin 9C Cross Uhur. _ G ReehenbsrK Hcrron G ,Burtuirin Substitutions--Martin lor Burhans, Burhfins for GUmore. Field goals--DoNolll, Martinchalk 2, Younkia 2. Foul goals--Dunbar 1 cat of 5; RInkydinke;, 1 out of 3. Ret'orcc--Horron. The Keagy Corner basket.rors will get into action a#ain this -evening at S o'clock, meeting tho ,\W;t Side quintet at the State Armory. This IK tlu second ganic of the ncllsvillo series round out the original) series. In the first fray, the Keagy '.schedule. However, should tho LOIH- Corner ' c o m b i n a t i o n came t h r o u g h o n r i n t f outfit get into the \\~. P. 1. A, w i t l l victory. beaBuo eliminations, the dates ot the BoUl clul »- vleln s f o r cil chii TM- Ooker c-mtMts w i l l iinrtonbtedlj- be Plonahlp liiurcls, ai-« expwlcU to pro- postponed · Sl a ' o r l n ^ a u le array oC bii-elttball The Shearer machine vrUl be re- lalenl tonlg j^ qulrod to play a superb ora'vid of ball throughout to t r i u m p h over tho formidable aggregations on the slate, but tho mentor la confident t h a t hh boys w i l l give their best. AMERICAN LEGION T4KES ODD CLASH FROM ELKS SQUAD Tho American t/eglon w.on the odd game from tho Blks Friday f l i g h t in tho City League at tho EI'k« alleyi*. Santniyor wa« high with a. total of -15- for tho three contests, Tho BCoree; Elks Rathbum . -_ 131 Tippma-n _._, 118 Bolber 107 DeBolt -,,. IS'! Trimpoy .-- -125 US H4 120 108 146 131-- 400 .105--- 367 .1.2!)-- 366 156--- 428 m-- 402 Two . . \ RealAttractioiisforWeek-End; ettes By JAC C SORDS Cetiiral Pmst fl^or s Oartoontst-Wrttc.r* '" Quifit, reaarvecJ, never showing outwardly hor emotions on the course, Is Mrs. Doirotlij' Campbell Hurd, who, n some respects, has attained golfing heights fceyond the deeds of every w man. For Instance--Mrs. Hurd is the o ily woman who baa won the British, .. French «.nl American ohamplonshlp^ tho big thrco of rallady's g-olfdom. Mrs, Hurd, a flna golfer, npcndn n ost of her time in competition. Tho links at BiH-rritz, al SU Andrews, at Pebblo Beach nnd Mlarol hnvo been tho backgrounds of some of her'Stcl ar pla.^ At timea brilliant, at tlffic.i rnntho Ilcal, Z-tft always capable, Mrs. Hurd . soea lior waj 1 , tbs pertact erolf pnrtne; or opponent. She proves again that 11 qiilet pernons iro far in their chosen York or naaUma- ... - .- Johnstown Team Ikkeis Count Over Junior College Johnstown scored a. 37 to "A dncl- sion over Die .lim-ior College of Union town Saturday night. Gardneri'tig 20 point in the o p e n i n g half, . bhe Flood CJty Junior College piled up a 'decisive margin which the coiintyseaters were unable t ov-or- cpnie despite the big rally in the ft.nal quarter ,whe:r 14 poinls were c h a l k e d 'Up.. ;..' . . ' . The line-up: Johnstown--87- Unlohtoivn---3-1. Sen roc !r J..i.,.-.. ......P..,..-- , Jiarany Tremaino - F Pogg Hostetlw-...; : XI;... ,,..,; A: bright WingRTd ..--. »....G,: , Dills IJebel lo --- --,--.O T homn.s Substitutions--OldJand fo^r Thomas; Simon for DM Is; Carson'for Peg;; r/a- Clair for Carson; K u n k l e for Win- gand. . ..: Fhiid goalfl^--Schrdck, 4; Tremalne, 1-fostet'ler, 7; . DeLre^o, Bara-ry, 2; Pegg, Al'brlght,:«i; Thomas, O M l a n d , 2. -Foul goals--Union town .10 put - f 2,'J; Johnstown It out of 21.; S core .by jer lo ds: 'Uniontown ,,...._ .....9 1 10 1 I--34 '.'.fofonslowu .".---.-- 12 S 10 i 1 ---37 f. Totals _ 6-1S C54 G5l--1963 American Legion Santmyer ,.,: 151 159 1-12-- 452 J. Sohonaga _... 130 169 120-- 4 'Eisenhower' 121 140 IBS-- 429 Dubsou _ 10G -- 106 Rlchter 128 142 122-- 302 Buttermoro S7 121-r- 208 Four Connells^v ille Boxers To Defend Laurels Against Sturdy Foes Tuesday Night Amateur Fiarlit Program Slavish Hall Promises Much .Action. at MIDDLE ATLANTIC LEAGUE TO RESERVE TABLE AT BANQUET Indications are that a table will bo reserved by t h e Middle Atlantic j League at the second annual banquet of the- sports writeTM in P U t s b u r g - o n tho n i g h t of February 0. John IJeydlor, president of tho National I/ea.i;ue, will bo tho principal speaker, .vlany notables in the bafie- buH world will he In attendance. A 3Him!xr of persona interested in this Mid-AManilc have inado applica- t i o n for plaice at the d i n n e r and it wiji-i being planned to reserve an en- t i r e table. UNIVERSITY DEAN STATES COLLEGIATE ATHLETICS DOOMED Totals 8SO 697 G73---2006 XEW Y-OKK, Jan. 27-- Declaration of Boan Herbert E. llawka ot Columbia University that lack ot'«tudc-nt interest probably will soon write the doom o£ athletics was being widely dlscuei-sed. Speaking bore recently, Dean J lawks said that In many eastern institutions the undergraduates interest in Inter- ] collegktta athletics "Is bocomin;-; d!«-i contests continue to ! The DuctUftHno TjaPayetlcs, which n l u b will appear at the Scotldftlo armory next. Saturday night, a g a i n s t tho Hulck.=, ia al'tnr another ponnanl In the- Allegheny Oohnty League. Tho outfit haa wosi 11 and lost threo contests. * « * Tho Gokora go to Greensburg on Tuesday uiicht. In tho first e n c o u n t e r with the Westmoreland county club, Comiellsville won, 11-S. t i u c t l y Intf.-rwllej,'i;ite JVVliryovi ca*t~«re£ bo a groat spectacle, enjoywl by i a l u m n i and other ineinbora of the com-! munlty, but tho k i n d of u n d o r g r t i d u a t u \ enthusiasm for those events'wliicii wa.s | a matter of common knawladf.'o 25 j years aso is rapidly pasBing a.wa; ," lit- declared. . .. . ,^_, J . rf" 1 Other sport newa oh Pago 12. With this symbol of . .QJJA1LITY Perry Township Meets Belle Dribblers I ' f r r y T o w n s h i p H i g h - w i l l w i n d u p its first h a l f in .Section X I I , W, P. I. A. (.·ofiKiie. tomorrow n i g h t , meet ing the higlily touted Belle Vernon d r i b b l e r s j at tho I'orryopolis g y n i n a u i u i i j . } Coach Clift'ord Uiclwon ;-;, v . - a t c h l n g ! his boya c a r e f u l l y KO they w i l l not * \ i f f e r u n o t h sr treinondous up^ct. «s i i'L'curred las! season when t.r,r H o l l e i V'ornon ( i u l " : - t sspil!;d t i n - dnpeHtc;r« j an-d knocked the I'ervyopolit- cagcvri i HHI; o f t h e r u n n i n g f o r th« c l u n n p l o n - j i l i i j i . i T'lt- C i i i n n i i - d o r o s ari- ( · ( u i l i t l c u t t h a t i v . i i r H U l U l l K U ( . O I l l t H !u I'CT! )'!))»)Iiri i ! t - x t m o n t h l l i t - y w i l l i u i i u i u i ^ U - r u | i - ! i 1.11w J r - u i i U H ' K lo Uriii.-i.- Slji'iin-r':; |'iVtjg»'S unil w i t h t h i s icn.'ul IVdim:. : v; f - t U l U l ( . ' H C « t i l l } I V I TV W a l ' l ' l t !! ; i ! l . i n i i i i i K v e r y bt'i'd i n i.'iii'h p r m - t i ' « » ,st? ; ;- !· o i l IM iii ( f t I K i n l i t c r j i i l l f i o n f o r . · · . . v D i i i i l i i ' r i r i v - . ' I ' l - f t n i o i t ' c i r ir; \ f ( » p . J *.^ U U .UM:-( i y d a;i ho d ' P : - l O ^ v a u l i Vernon High Tomorrow - Nigh a I Y O B cikn K « t yonr mont'j'a trorth wh»n buying a Plre*(onci We rt- pair--rccbara;--and serf- ica all mtikfj. Tlrlvct in h i s s c r a p p e r s to be the v i c t i m of over- i . for ^'^ Ill »P« tiln ' confidence, ond t h i y i« 0110 reason i why he ii-. g u a r d i n g the hoy« verv c sre- f u l l y . x i Bullo V e r n o n !u\s alsvav. provt 1 t o u g h opponent for the ·Couiniwl.'ire.s and S k i p p e r D i c k s o n feels t h a t lu -.vlll h a v o to keep his r e g u l a r s in tiio eii'iix- b u t t l e HO tirt to come t h r o u g h w i t i u noat veixlict. Perry ha* Ic.-t b u t one game in l i i o U s t g u e . a n d tiuit w«o to D u n b a r , un lo- t'l'iili'd Icudciv of t l i ! division. Tho wuy D. T. U;is I M M M I p i l i n g it Sfi'lils 1 ' i l l t i n 1 i n a U c i 1 r e n t s \ v i r h l'trryo|.i;li,s u ir n l l i - l u u 1-oiiiliiiui.tinas p l u v at '-p. ,-, . -, ivrry.|»jiu,. i i i v r r y winn, ihc .nani-; r irestone Service Stores, iiu; is o x p i - r i c i l i« In' l i i M w l n - n i ii.! InC ^ U . A p p l i - S ( . l J liuiH' M l . d^/' All ondurnnca recorda broken with Klroaton» Gum-Dlnpiut T I r t- « . We irimrnnlce nil tliw and tube repnirH. CURTAIN RAISER AT 8:30 O'CLOCK Four Connolisville a m a t e u r fighters will defend their laurolw tomorrow night at a olaosy program of. tho Gon- nollsylllo Athletic .Club at the Slavish Hull." Wuat Side. Each, o't tho fitiartot will hayo. a tough opponent and will ha required to put up a gallant exhibition to come through with a . - t r i u m p h as thoir i:o.n- tMidem )uive had vast ci-porioncc in the square, roeln-corercd arena. .Johnny Rock, th West Side barber, who packs , .wallop in both mittB, t a k e n - o n a bard boy In Kddie McCal- i'erty of Uniontown. Bock has lioen winning right and lott but tho houinty- -hopoa to check tho fast' Coker. Ike Hull!, another, popular "West Sldo flstlctiffer, goes Into tho r i n g with Uvuse Sickloa, a rugged Imltter from Wo.Kt Newton. I£ these boys a r e ' i n p i n k o f - c o n d i t i o n , a merry tussle can bo anticipated. _·· Pfctcr -Sliermau takes on Sammy Asto i£ Uniontowit while Toddy Mati- ciieo 'nicets J o h n n y ( of Uniontown. The Fayt'tto catilta! repre- sentalivos have boon cln.tnoring for a crack nt tho local boys tor nomo linio and now in their opportunity to back up eome 1 of I heir wise cracks ubout 11« Connellavilltonfi avoiding them, Red Vlslta of West Newton climbs t i rough tiio ropc« to flght with t Uarley Oravotta oC Uniontown'; un- a taclicd. Thoy will mix in tho Dim I b nit on the program. Kid Cfowl-ey of- West Newton takes o : Joe Vargofiky oC Youngwood. BlUy Carter, matchmaker, has an ni-unced that the first bout will begli pi onrptiy at 8:30 o'clock. Tho official w ^ro announced in th-cuo columns 01 tii turday. ·Ovarything l« set for tho fight. Tin ri g has been elevated and this wll gi i flveryono an excellent view of th ic ivittes ineida tho ropeu. PANTHER MENTOR DECLARES HYATT GREATEST. EVER Dr. Cliff Carlson, coach of the Pitt, basketball team, has finally comm tted hltusolt to comment on his main cos In the- undefeated Panther machire. On .Friday he told newspaper .nan that in hia estimation Charley Hyatt, the ])\g aca, was tho greatest basketball player that lie ever uaw In tho 20 years that ho has foflon w ate lung the cage sport and added that he would put up a stiff argument with anyone who might dispute his contention. Carlson added that Hyatt does not havo to ficora a singla point to b; a very valuable part in the Panther combination'. Nevertheless Charley is there with the goods all of tho time. SPOUTS GLEANINGS North Ypre-s rode lionie a wli nor in the fourth Taco- at Agua Oa! enle, Mexico, on Saturday, he- palci his backers ?482 for $2. * * * 'I .'o captain ot t h e .Jil3J foot'bull (cat i at the Intivei«ity ot PiUsburg will bo elected at a meeting to be held Wet noHday, Tho round of banqueting whl h.'lias.inar-ked the l i f e of members of i is sfjna-d since tli close oC the sous-m and tho capture o£ the 192!) title in tho Must, 'Will culminnte with Hie ntiuiil u n i v e r s i t y football b a n q u e t and election. · Washington Grid Sfc Year-Round Athlete mmmmmmmimwm is ti|-i)iii',ht to 1 ' n n h a r w i n Merle Hufford, star halfback of the University of Washington * even. When the gridiron game dose, in the Pall, Ztferle turL to the squared ting and becomes a hrst-rate heavyweight. Then, when the snow has cleared and Sprim* rolls around, the ..Washington boy o u t - h i s running trunks arid R solve now to have no money won ies during 1030. Pay all your ou(s aniling ol)liR!i(.ions with an cnay to-get, confidential loan obtain- erl L-irc. 5!c .1 can iwrrow up to SSOO.OO on j mr own personal responsibility ivith -lit outside signers. Pay us baric in -mall easy-to-meet pnynienta fitted to your income. Start MIC Nciv Vcar right. I^c us tell you about our. dignified loaning plan without obligation and our : ervice which extends owr 19 years in Greensburg. Inquire about our I '-ouus Plan. Cull, Write or PHONK 1.3-1-3 l . l C ! C U f l t * 4 \ l*y t U c S l t t t C O UMI H lo ttilH)--Sat. 8 t» C. UNION LOAN CO. ! Fu-st Ntttio/wl Banlc BhiK. K- oin ,'J04 -- Second l-'loor, 3REENSBURG, PA. Smithton Bowlers ' Win at Perryopolis The Smithton bowling team trimmed the Perrypoolls club at tho. .L. A.. Brown alleys at Porry Thursday c'vcu- ing by a margin of 245 pins. The ecorca: Smlthlon Vidalo ............ llfi 203 Crockey 1-45 Ham more 170 13randy - - 120 Chink ,,:. 151 187 170 127 135 148-- -HIS 160-- 4'.'2 105-- 60S _ -- 2-17 116- Outstanding Westmoreland County Passers Will Be at Armory Thursday. DUKES APPEAR r ON SATURDAY; fcCOTTDAMS, Jan. 27.-- With nild- approaching, the Scotkhiie Huiuks, one o£ tho fa/stcst Independent L u s k c t h u l l teams in Westmoreland county, ia a t a r l i n g in to prepare for Hie t u p l u r o of (he- county Tl)c c l u b w i l l participate ia any tourney which iii held anil a l . l h r s samo time iii Hchctlultng the befit a t t r a c t i o i u j now a \villuhlc. Two o u t s t a n d i n g gaineH have been booked for t h i s week -- to be played oa T h u r s d a y and Saturday. Nut only arc Scotldale f u n s Ixjcomius' intereste-d but those from Oonnf J l s v i l l e , Mount: I'leu;ant and other points are beginning to swell the attendance at battles In the new Stats Armory. On Thursday n i g h t tho crack Ocean Park pafiser.s, made up mostly o£ tho cream ol' Grecnsbiirg's ball tos-scrB, will l)e 1!ie a t t r a c t i o n and on Saturday n i g h t Hie, Durineene LaFnyettce, famous Miniiiek-coachcd loam w i l l ba "on deck." The clauli w i t h Ocean Park oil Thursday n i g h t lias assumed something of the nature of a "grudge" battle.. A your ago the same team wanted «. game w i t h the I) nicks fixl thc'Scottdalo lads l e f t . them appear as a p r e l i m i n a r y a t t r a c t i o n . That didn't appeal BO much to the neighboring aggregation, but nevertheleee, a f t e r witnessing 1 tho Buick a t t a c k in the main attraction, nothing more about mealing' the big live wnti said. This year Ocean Park organized with a ·view to taking the measure of tho Scots.. Crack floor performers \vere enlisted ami the team which goes against Johnny Marlin's patitsore w i l l bo a powerful opponent. Holitu, Brooks, G u y u n , Kelly, Al- wiuo, Mooroand Rouiig, all of Greensburg, ami McCann oC West Newton are on tho visiting roster. The club J I U H won games from »uch' teams aj W. .1. Collegians, (he Pennzoil Five o£ GreeiHiburg, Amity Club of Latrobo and the Elizabeth, team which holds a berth iii · the Allegheny County League. Martin's proteges will havo soniu stiff workouts this week in preparation for. tho closing days and the two liard /The Dnquesnc IvaFayettos are- k n o w n throughout ."Western Pennsylvania. They have played occasionally Un this section, and their sparkling brand of iloor talew". is a magnet w h i c h pocks every a u d i t o r i u m where; they appear. The Txi Pay ettes were, w i n nerc! of UKI Allegheny 'County championship ,for several consecutive. yours. Boili games arc t5chelu!ed to begin at .S:.'!t) o'clock, tho LaFayolle team. being here oil Saturday ' night. A l b e r t · _ ,, 161--151 Totals 702 SS2 741--232.J ·PorryopoHs Flanigan 101 13B 170- Snyder 127 185 139- Blasco »_,, Kia 151 ' 145- Turkoeh : . 188 109 142- 40V 453 EAST HUNTINGDON . TRAVELS TO HURST TUESDAY EVENING Winterhalter , Lefty ;-».. ,..-- ..10S 12S 107-- Totals _ COS" 709 763--2030 Connellsville High School's basketball squad was called for practice on Saturday afternoon after the clone decision by which Hcotldalo won on Friday Anight, The- team is'beginning to look l i k e It m i g h t bo an opponent for fiomu of the c l u b s " I n the loop, and r i g h t now Is being primed for Uniontown. .. AL/V13UTON, Jan. 27--The East Huntingdon' dribblers will trek to Hurst High, School tomorrow evening in the- liope or chalking.up the:: first victory in Section XII, W. P. I. A. Lcuguu. - - · j Both' clubs are tied tor .tho-'"cellar position with four reversals and this losing Q u i n t e t will he dropped Into sixth position w h i l o the vlutor w i l l climb into fifth berth. Alverton has not been khowing the form a n t i c i p a t e d early in ( h e season and Coach J. Owen H u n t s m a n luis apparently fict his mind on developing hia charges tor noxt season. Mount Pleasant Passers . ' At S'cottdale Armory Gym Tuesday for league Game SCOTTDALlil, J a n . 27 -- fccolldiile Ugh School will meet an olii t r a d i - ion.i.l opponent in a new netting to- norrovv evening wh«n tho M o u n t : !e-asant. baaketoers pilgrimage lo the itiite Armory for a battle in Sect ion ', W. P. I. A. League, The Mouatios, tlel for cellar posi- ion, provert'-concluslvely t h a t they are ' it -lo "K- v.'jariicil too llg-htly in view .:'' Hit.- lUul. (he team upset the- Latrobe w a r i ' i i i i H who are tied w i t h Conniills- v i l U . - ioi 1 fourth poiiltiuii in the division. Red K l r k i n u n ' : * contiiiKi'iit ha« not been · p l a y i n g a coiii-ji.-Uc.'it brantl of l u i l l but thft niQiilor fee!-.; that tin. 1 hoys have Btrtuik a neat rtnd steady stride 1 in view of the good showing aguiiiHt llie Coke re lant. week. T!ie Blue and W h i t e lias a m a r k ot three win,;-; and two losses in five s t a r t s and t h n o n t - j lit i.s in third position, iruilias: Jouii-1 i.etto. U n i o n t o w n continues to lead t:ie section with live wintifhi aw many Pollowcrs of t h o , two rivals will tax tho capacity of the Armory as tlie fan« w h o are b a c k i n g tlie Mount Pleasant fi;iintct fuel that, the invaders havo a V'ry good elnnn.-e of t u r n i n g - hock the Snotties. This is Mount l.-'leaisant's lirst big CMiiiiaig-n in tho c-.a£« ^port and inci- d e n t a l l y iri it-.-; i n i t i a l .si'a.-ion in the \V o:Ucm I 't'tinsy I va n in J n tnrsiholustlc A i l i l e l U ; J,(':IKUC. Tin; teiiin has shown v ry jj.oovl liirin n i n l c r (..'oach Cliff Kinsley and UHTO arc i-;i).;iiM -of lin- tjrjvuni-ent in uv-eVy Ijulllu. Tli« Mniiaties hopu to he in a posillou lu t : o : e - w i t h t.he \w«al power of tho So ittieis inl w i l l lie out' to h i s t o r v .

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