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January 12, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT. COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1939. |_ Basketball Basketball SPORTORIALS +^ By JOHN H. WHORIC, Sports Editor ^^' BITS HERE AND THERE Nat Hickey may leave the New York Celtic dribblers, because he isn't getting anywhere in his.move to become a" partner with* Davy Banlcs and Dutch Dehncrt, owners . . . Al Schacht traveled 50,000 miles in his 1938 barnstorming trip . . . Sammy Sncad, 'tis rumored, is willing to bet 10 grand he can lick Henry Cottom when and if they meet on the golf course . . . Referee John (Wrong Down) Getchell of Carnegie Toch- Notre Dame football "lame" arrived late in New Orleans for,, the Sugar Bowl game and someone asked if he got on the wrong train coming out of Minneapolis . . . The word still makes the rounds that Johnny Mize of the Cardinals is.headed Jor Chicago to help pay off the'debt on the Dizzy Heart frost . . . The "Yankees payroll will hit around $350,000 next season. Among the probable 193 paychecks that Colonel Jake Rup- pcrt will have to contend with are: Lou Gehrig,. $36,00;. Joe DiMaggio, WHAT'S GOING ON IN HIGH ·_ SCHOOL, CIRCLES Coach Bill Lohr of ScotUJalc rc- iarkc3 _ after the Millers had ·iinmcd Jcannctte "if my boys rould have been 'on' like this against 'onvin, "we would hnvc beaten Norin." He implied his Blue 'and White ros at its peak against the Jays. A eannottc sports writer said ancnt he game: "During the first half the askct seemed to reach out nnd en- ircle the ball every time one of the jcotties' made a" shot It became monotonous for example, watchinj; lis fellow Hoss bounce the ball to he foul line, then · hoist his right land to fling the ball, in n beautiful re, through the basket" . . . Earl E. Hoov -, 27, biologist for the New Jampshire State Game and Fish 'ommission who died in Concord, N. I., was a star lineman for Somerset iigh School, being nicknamed Lardy" . . . Cr-ckaj, the name of a Vli-unt Pleasant High guard, means in Slovak) to wait. We wonder i£ he opposing forwards will tnke ognizant of that . .-. George Frothy, basketball coach at East Huntingdon Township High, has come in for quite $30,000; Bill-Dickey,-$30,000; Goofey Gomez, $25,090; Red;,Ruffing, $25,000; Frankfc; Crosetti;. $18,000; Red Rolfe, Joe Gordon and Tom Henrich $15,000 each; Monte Pearson and Charley Keller, $12,000 each, and Johnny Murphy, George Selkirk and Spud Chandler, $10,000 each Snuffy Haggerty, Bo Urchasko and Paul Driscoll are going in for song writing. They've even whipped out a chorus _for us ... The anabus fish frequently finds it necessary to leave a pond of water that is drying up. In seeking another body of water, the fish crosses dusty roads and fields and traverses a considerable distance is a comparatively short time : . American Professional F o o t b a 1 League, inactive during 1838, will function again -this foil. Jack Mo Bride, head of the New York Yankee club, predicted that Marshall Goldberg, Pittsburgh's ^fullback, would play for the Yankees ".·. European Davis Cup Committee went on record as favoring reduction European zone play to four rounds. . . . Norman Vonnida of Australia held the Philippine 'open golf title for the second straight year with aggregate of 292 for 82 holes. Two Japs tied for second with 294. John Montague of California had 304 Don Budge's service was clocked by Dr. -J. F. Strawinski of the Univcr sity of Pennsylvania.'at 2.17 mile per minute. Speed is the keynote o Budge's attack. Motion pictures of the 1936 Olym pic Games in Berlin won't be shown in the United States because the In dustry here is controlled by men op pored to Germany's political activi ties,. Lcni Riefenstahl, German film actress and producer, said as sh prepared to return to Germany afte being rudely shown that she was no wanted here. Leni is referred to b many as Adolf Hitler's "girl friend . . . Lefty Gomez and his wife, for mer Juno O'Dea, former showgir will become parents the middle o the ycav, friends of the Yankee ac southpaw say . . . Fad W. Snel WPA recreation education head am A. A. U. commissioner in this districl was honored in being named a mem her of the committee in charge plans for the annual diamond ama teur boxing championships in th Pittsburgh zone . . . United State Golf Association have prevailed upo goll^ball manufacturers not to de velop a too lively ball--one tha might enable cven~a dufler to be 300-yard drives and would enabl tournament players to make pa ridiculous . . . Don Faurot has bee renamed Missouri TJ grid coach fo 1939 at a salary of $6,000 . . . Buc Newsom won 20 games with th seventh-place St. Louis American although he allowed 5.07 earnc runs per nine Innings because th Browns, were "right" whenever h was . . . Irvjn Burkholder, 40, Garrctt, B. D., a farmer, wa sentenced to serve 98 days in jail o two charges of trapping out of seaso . . . Mike Rulli of South street ca still pick 'em. He pulley! "the bigges hit ot the football season when h called the Connellsvillc High 7- viclory over Uniontown. Then h said i Dr. Stork was going to leave prospective,grid star when he calle at his home. And again Mike wa right., The "belief that ' snakes s\vnllo\ their young^ to protect them who danger^ is "near is "-a" myth/ This" be lief gives the snake' credit for a we developed maternal instinct whic does not exist. A cannibalistic snak might swallow its young but onl because the offspring were rcgarde as so much food . . . Davis-Elkin College basketeers had a novel expe rience when they showed up in York for a- "scheduled" game wit Brooklyn College .only to learn th latter didn't know anything about . . . Ed Krausc, former Notre Dam grid and cage star, has been named Holy Cross line coach. He was a nine-letter sports star for the Irish in football, basketball, baseball and track . . . Dr. Henry A. Webb, director of New York Institute o£ Dietetics, said a good athlete, like a soldier, travels on his stomach. Sluggishness In athletes is directly attributed to improper table training diet . . . New York Yankees sent Pitchers Kemp Wickir and Paul Andrews and Outfielder' Colonel Mills to New York and Pitch'or Joe Vance to Kansas City, all outright releases . . . Manager Gab'oy Hartnctt of the Cubs said he plans 10 play in at least 100 games next season despite the fact he's neanng his 39th birthday. Morreil Wins Two Contests Morreil basketeers captured two contests at the Dunbar Recreation Center while the Hi DC Ho passers knocked oK the C. A. C. five 20-17 and then lost to the Red Flashes by an 18-15 score. The line-ups: Morreil G. F. Pis. W. Frederick, f 0 K. Baushman, f 3 Tishman, c -' 7 F. Habina, g G A. Henderson, g 0 C. Frederick, f 1 . 17 36 Totals Non-sec ring substitutes--J. Tremba and A. Habina. Nltrlit Riders G. F. PU. A. Hair, f 3 Rockwell. I Nygren, c _ Carr, g Smith, g -- bit ot commendation in the wake Alverton's triumph over Derrj Township in a league game. It was the second victory for the township- pcrs since J. Owen Huntsman lc£i more' than three years ago, ample cause for a big celebration . . . Use! of Jcannctte High's gym by independent basketball teams was turned down by the school board because of heavy schedule . . . Monongahcla Valley's Big Six Football Conference s in imminent danger of blowing up, ?hick Cr'amcr of Moncsscn declares. The trouble, he says, is with Donora and Brownsville with the former be- ng accused of a move that would break up the circuit. Donora is opposed to playing'night football as is featured -by Brownsville, Moncsscn ard Charleroi and is demanding $400 for playing at Brownsville whereas the Dragons will pay only $100 for a Same at Donora. Unless Donora gets Totals - 8 Score by quarters: -Morrcll -- , 13 10 Night Riders 0 6 Referee--Bogusky. Umpire--Miller. Scout* Carr, f Rockwell, f Vlillcr, c -Sossi, g Cook, g -- G. 2 1 3 0 0 D-36 4--18 F. Pts. Totals . 6 2 H Non-scoring substitutes -- Martin, Rugg, Moore, iRscr. Morreil G. Walker, f 2 Hamill, f 0 Wise, c 1 Baughman, g 1 Hatter, g 0 R. Uhazic, i 3 Bcreiter, t 2 F. : 0 0 4 1 0 -August- 1938 SPORTS PARADE -By JACK SORDS Charleroi . VTbnesscn . ·lonongahcla -- Srownsviile -- }onora -~ -. California -- Games Friday. California at Donora. Charleroi at Brownsville. SECTION NINE Standinc ot the Clubs. W. L. Johnstown 3 jff its high horse, there will be no ?ame in 1939, Brownsville says. Fiurs) Defeated By Derry Borough In League Battle Derry Borough quintet continued undefeated to tie Ligonicr for Section 13' leadership by beating Hurst High Tuesday night, 36-34, at the Derry ;ym. It was Derry's third victory in cague competition and the first dc- 'eat for Hurst. Derry hopped ofl to an early lead outscoring the Scarlet Hurricane in joth periods of the first half to lead 19-11. Hurst, paced by Rutkosky, rallied In the third frame to knot the count at 23-23 but the home club lurned on the power in the final frame to cary of! the victory. The line-ups: Derry G. F. Fts. Gontz, f 6 0 12 Fuloomor, f ,,..,.,,..., ... 3 1 7 Wjillnrn, f · ·, K Toner, g ,,., : 2 1 5 Baughman, g 2 1 5 Sylvester, g 0. · 1 1 Hurst - - , G. F. Pts. Hocan, f ~ -T.2 , " 3 7 Vikcrtosky, c . ^ '^ 1 0 2 Rutkosky, g- 3 4 10 Pushkar, g 1 1 '3 Totals - , . 7 10 24 Scoring by quarters: Derry ._. . , 10 9 4 13 -- 36 Hurst 9 5 9 1 -- 24 Referee -- Wilson. Basketball Scores Bradley Tech 49, Duquesne 43. Penn 34, Yale 28. Army 27, Columbia 23. Navy 47, Maryland 37. Pcnn State 42, Bucknell 17. Waynesburg 40, Wash-JcfE 41. Cornell 35, Harvard 27. West Virginia 46, W. Va. Weslcyan 35. Syracuse 45, Princeton 30. Burlcy Kayo Winner. Charley Burlcy, Pittsburgh colored welterweight, took a technical kayo victory over Sonny Jones, Negro "uncher of Vancouver, B. C., in the seventh of their scheduled 12-rounder in Pittsburgh Tuesday night. Baer, Nova Fight May 25. It seems certain-- that Madcap Maxie Bacr and Young Lou Nova will battle at Yankee Stadium in New York on May 25 for the righl tc a September shot at Joe Louis' heavyweight crown. Totals 9 7 25 Non-scoring substitute -- J. Uhazle. Score by quarters: Scouts 3 0 5 6--14 Morreil - _ 5 2 1 1 7--25 Referee -- Bogusky. Umpire-- Miller. C. A. C. G. K Ph. F . Dunaway, f _! -- 0 0 0 Lizza f 2 0 4 Manzola F 0 0 n B . Dunaway, g 3 2 8 M . Dcmarco O i l Total.s 7 3 17 111 DC Ho G. K. rts. Hnrvey f _ 1 fi 2 Bicley f . 3 i " Lyons, c 4 0 8 R . McDowell, g 0 0 0 H . McDowell, f 1 0 2 Totals - _ 10 0 20 Score by quarters: C. A. C. . -. 5 0 4 8 -- 17 Hi De Ho . 2 10 2 C-- 20 Referee -- Bogusky. Umpire -- Miller. Red Flashes G. F. Pis. Soldano, f . 3 0 6 Ghont f 0 0 0 Sklenar, c 5 0 10 Rnpijsty, ;· n 5 . 2 "Parker, n , .., ... f* 0 n Totals _ 8 2 1 8 Non-scoring substitute -- Bruno. HI De Ho ' G. F. Pts. Harvey, f 1 0 2 Bigley, f _-- 0 - 0 0 R . McDowell, g 2 0 4 Caruso, g . 0 0 0 Totals 7 1 15 Non-scoring substitute -- H. McDowell. Score by quarters: Red Flashes 3 3 2 10--18 Hi De Ho . . . 2 6 4 3--15 Referee -- Dunaway. Umpire -- Lizza. Overholt to Meet Uniontown Friday At Scolfdale Gym Basketball followers of the Fay-' West area will sec an interesting scrap at Scottdalc Armory at 8:15 o'clock Friday night when the Overholt Distillery dribblers "play host to the Kaullman quintet of Uniontown. The distillers have a. fine court aggregation that is anxious to take on the best competition available in Southwestern Pennsylvania and will permit district followers to get a glimpse of some of the classiest teams available. A preliminary game is booked for 7:15 o'clock. SPECIAL! PIG HOG FEED $1.60 1 Better Feed Al Scratch $1.30 16% Dairy $1.40 1 t Lower Prices! I B. Middlings...... SI. 10 § Bran _ _ $1.35 | i I Special Prices on Hoofing. Koof Cement Roof I'nint jjj KEYSTOUE FEED STORES Plione ConncllM-ille, 107 -- L'nlohton-n, 70. 1 We Deliver at Slight Additional Clinrge. I Point Marion Defeats Parochial Dribblers In Bi-County League Rangy Veteran Five Is Too Strong for Earl Trump's Boys. W I N N E R S STAY IN FLAG RACE The powerful Point Marion High School quintet was in stride Wednesday night at State Armory to take the measure of Immaculate Conception basketeers by the lopsided score of 36-11 in a regular scheduled game of the Greenc-Fayette County League. The Owls gave the visitors a battle in the first quarter before yielding an 8-4 lead but from then on the Pointers began to flnd the range to rapidly widen the margirj. Cyrus, visiting pivotman, paced the victors' attack with six field goals and two fouls. The Pointers threw up a defense that continually broke up the Owls' passing offense and limited the home lads to three lone Held goals, all of which were tallied by Scacchi. By winning, Point Marion remained in the trophy chase of the "Outlaw League." The line-ups: I. C. II. S. G. F. Pts. Orbin, f 0 0 , 0 Scacchi, f Sidow, c . Christopher, e Flynn, g ,,_. . _. Porter, g 3 _.. 0 0 0 0 Totals 3 5 U Non scoring substitutes--Hartman, Irvln, Hoyc and Cunco. Point Marlon G. F. Pis. Lewis, f .. 3 4 10 Wittebort, t 0 0 0 DON'T SUH.MIT SIIKETS OF GAMES UNLESS-- Managers and scorekeepers o! teams submitting basketball score- sheets to The Courier for publication are asked not to send them in unless . . . ' They are complete and accurate in every respect. And this is why: Some do not identify teams. Some fail to give positions of play- eis. Some figures do not check. Some names are not legible. Some -have a collection of crosses dots and dashes. The sheets should be in The Courier oflice by 9 A. M. We reiterate our plea: "Don't sent in incomplete, inaccurate or illegible scoresheets." , Temple, Fross Play In 1939. Texas Christian, Georgetown one Villanova, 'all undefeated in 1938 asom will meet Temple next fall, according to the Owls 1930 grid calendar. Carnegie Tech returns after a year's absence. Also on thi card are Boston College, Bucknell Pittsburgh, Holy Crobs and Michigar State. Albright and Florida were dropped. Cyrus, c Walsh, g Desgain, g . ._ Cupelli, g - C 2 .. _ 3 0 _.. I 0 2 0 Totals . . . 15 6 3' Non-scoring substitutes -- Samus Benedict and Torti. Scoring by quarters: I. C. H. S 4 2 4 1--1 Point Marion , ,, . 8 8 10 10--3 Referee--B.iker. TOMORROW Unbeaten Defending Champions Will Meet Scrappy Coker Quintet W. P. I. A. L CAGE SUMMARIES SECTION FOUR Standing; of the Clubs. _ocal Boys Small and Green But Make Things Plenty Tough. MAIN CONTEST AT 8:15 SHARP 'recnsburg - ·sorwin Scottdalc ... Teannette _. l,atrobe - ---Connellsville , - Pet. 1.000 1.000 .667 .500 .333 .000 .000 Games Friday. Jcannette at Latrobe. Grcensburg at Connellsvillc. Scottdale at Johnstown. SECTION 15 Standing of the Clubs. W. JL. Redstone 3 Bentleyvillc 2 North Belle Vernon._ 1 German 1 East Bethlehem 1 lentervillo Ellsworth East Pike Run , 1 1 0 Pet. 1.000 .667 .500 .500 .500 .500 .333 .000 Games Tonight. North Belle Vernon at German. Redstone at East Bethlehem. SECTION 17 Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Rostrnver 3 0 West Newton 2 Perry 2 Dunbar ^ 2 South Huntingdon .-- 2 Fayette City 1 Belle Vernon 1 0 Sewicklcy .. 0 Pet, 1.000 .667 .667 .667 .667 .333 .000 .000 Games Friday. West Newton at Fayetto City. Sewicklcy at Rostraver. South Huntingdon at Belle Vernon. Perry at Dunbar. SECTION 13 Tuesday's Results. Ligonicr 28; Youngwood 13. Derry 36; Hurst 24. East Huntingdon 24; Derry Twp 22. Standing of the Clubs. Ligonier .. _ ,, . Derry Borough Hurst ._ _ Youngwood . _ East Huntingdon Mount Pleasant . Derry Township W. L. Pet 1.000 1.000 .500 .333 .333 .000 .000 Games Friday. Ligonier nt Hurst. Derry at Mount Pleasant. Derry Township at Youngwood. Won't Pilot Blaek Hawks. Eddie Shore, star defense man o the Boston Bruins hockey team denied that he would be manager o the Chicago Black Hawks ncx season. Paul Thompson is serving a: temporary pilot. Connellsville High basketball quin- :et plays its second Section 9 tilt of :he week at home Friday night when t is host to Greensburg, defending champions, as yet undefeated in two W. P. 1. A. L. battles. The Westmoreland countyseaters pulled a big surprise in turning back Sorwin 30-20 Friday and then barely eked out a 17-16 victory over I - robe Tuesday night. Coach William E. Doldc has brought his youngsters along slowly and the calibre of their playing has steadily improved with each contest. Alter a poor showing against Jean- nettc they baftled a larger, stronger Johnstown five through four quarters although losing 27-20, and Nor- wln High was extended to the limit to gain a 28-22 decision after trailing for three quarters. Even before learning what Grcens- hurg had done at Latrobe where it was expected they would win, a Nor- winKe newspaperman confided that Grocnsburg would have plenty difficulty getting past the Coker quintet undefeated. In addition to the main attraction, the Coker Junior Varsity, undefeated in four engagements, will play a preliminary game starting at 7:15 o'clock. It is hoped that Grcensburg may bring its jayvee basketeers but as yet no word has been received. The Coker-Grcensburg varsity game will get under way"at. 8:15 o'clock. Other Section 9 contests find Jean- nctte at Latrobe and Scottdalc'at Johnstown. Mann Stops Art Lasky. . Nathan Mann stopped Art Lasky in the third round in New Haven,'Conn. |PRESTONEgal.$Z69| Motor Oil 79c 2 Gal. Steering AVheel Muffs 39c Inspection Needs {Lined Brake Shoes 22cS fBrake Lining, ft. 19c[ iBushing Sets 98c| Red Flags 20c| ·Reflectors 49c« plares $2.79j (Marker Lense 7cf jraillire Globes 4c| You, Name It-We Have It! 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