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January 28, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 16

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/ PAGE SIXTEEN. J0ATLY cotnuETR, CONN TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 3. Basketball By 3A3IES M. DBISf Boxing J GOOD CAGE SLATE IN W. P. L A. LOOP TONIGHT, FRIDAY Cokers Jouyney to TJmiontoivn, Scottdale Entertains Mount ricasautt. EVERY SECTION IS ON PROGRAM This week will find ©very section in the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Leagu-ei in action twice this week--tonight and Friday evening, it will be the ftrat tf.me thle season that the 15 groups will go into two battles durftig a single week. Considerable Interest Is centered on Section X tonight. Uniontown, undefeated loaders, will play host to Con- nellaville--a traditional !ve--in tbe foremost (ray while Mount Pleasant journeys to Scotldalo Armory for another hectic battle whilo Latrobe plays at-Greensburg. Section XII finds tho six entries in action tonight when Dunbar Township,! undefwvte-1 occupant of iln.it position, takes on Sewickley Township. Perry. Township meets Be-lle Vernon and} Hur«t. will entertain tho East Huntingdon Township bnskotop-rs. Ray Welsh's North Union Township quititot, yet to be conquered, ewing Into action attains* ('arniichaela at the former's floor. Tbe team 16 lejiding! the Hock in Section XIII. Point Marion goes to Georges, South Union meets BrownavUle and G-erman journeys to Redstone in other important frays in that division. Tlio schedule for Friday followa: Section I Tftr^ntum at Froeport. Parnassus at Mar-Brack. Sprlngdale at New Kensington. Section II L-eotedale at Sewickley. Avalon at Ben Avon. Ambridge at Bellevue. Section in Mars at New Caetle. Xelienoplo at Butlor. Evans City at Bllwoocl City. Seclion IV i U - a v c r at Boaver Falls. Kroedom at Now Brighton. . A l i r j i i i p p a at llochester. M i d l i J i u l n t Momica. Section T Moiu'jisoa at West Nowton. C ' h a r l e r o i at Donora. C.ilit-.irriia at Monongahela. Section VI Apollo at Leech burg. Kitkunilng at Vandorgrift. Dayton at Ford City. Section VII Elizabeth at Homestead. Clairton at Duquesne. M u n h a l l at McKeeeport. Section Till Kasl Pittsburg at North Braddock. Js'orwin at Braddock. Pitcalrn at Hankin. Trafford at Turtle Creek. Seclion IX Craf'ton at Bridgovlllo. StoNi'o at Mount Lebanon. Coraopolte at Caruegio. Dormont at McKeee Uocks. Section X Latrobo at Jeannette. Coiincllsvilie at 'Greensburg. Uniontown at Mount Pleasant. Section XI. Swtesvale nt Ktna. Wilkinsburg at A s p i n w a l l . Verona at Kdgewood. , Section XII Belle Vornon at Sewickley Township East H u n t i n g d o n at Dunbar. Perry at Hurst. Section X I U G e r m a n at Brownsville. Point Marion at South Union. Carmichaels at Redstone. North Union ut Georges. Section XIV McDonald at Oakdale. Hickory at Cecil. Section XV Trinity at Canonsburg. East Washington at Wayncsburg. "\YiJt?hington at Claysvlllo. 'BreaMng a Family Tradition Ardent Football fans will, no doubt., brush away a few tears whan they see Knute Rockne teaching his son, Jack, to take tha proper, atance before a golf ball on the links at Miami, Fin. Every one seemed to think that the young sm of the Notre Dame football mentor would be a prodigy forward passer by now so as to carry on ,With the iiplendid'Rockne tradition. Sewickley Township Team 'Opposes Dunbar Dribblers Tonight at Leisenring Gym .SOOTTDAI/B, .Tan. 28.- -Word wan received today by tho S(io tdale Baseball Club that BtbViin H twley Dyer will mauusu the 1930 U- ua oC tho Little Cardllnaiu in the Mid lie Atlantic League. The announce n-en-t came trom Uie St. Ijouia OardJ uala o[ th« National League who will operate, tho local farm. Dyer was at the heton. i £ tha Scottdale entry in the Dally circuit lant year ajid he proved lo be i very popular skipper, not oaly in U) i Mill Town but in every lowu where ils diamond prfbrmera- played. He li s long been connected with the Kick jy warriors and has had a vast expert" nee in .baseball, oiico being a mound- man 1'or the major circuit enlry unli he experi-. eitced: arm txoublo. Tlie Information, that 1 'yet will return to Scuttdale i:t wo corned uews by lolloweru oC lli-e uati mul pastime in tlus vicinity. The directors ot: the, Sc ttdule-Base- ball Club a.t their ineetl; g lus't. night discussed the "Hope chei- " which last year united $i!00. H ia loped to put ovor Ihh; project in a bit way. Grid Star on Wbi^e House Staff .©-- Herminie Tlireatens Undefeated Kccord of Bed and Black Cage Outfit. ALVERTON WILL PLAY FRIDAY Followers of the Dunbar Township High School basketball team will j gather tonight at tho Leieenring No 1 | gymnasium to sco the Red and Black, Quintet in fiction againat Uie highly j touted Sewkkley Towuahip club. ; Coach Bruce Shearer's dribblere have yet to suffer a reversal and in sevon starts tho combination has come through w i t h flying colors. Tho club has tallied lour straight wins in Sec; tion XII o£ the W. P. 1. A. League to : keep,at the crest o£ this division. ; Sewickley haa four regulars f r o m last campai;;n and tho f i f t h player is a first strinr. substitute. The team showed gri'at form against virtually ; every opponent and has been chocked but once, that by Perry Townahip High -when the Commodores played in rare form. In the preliminary contest, tho Dunbar lassies will meet the sextet from East Huntingdon Township. The Kcd and Black Has played a neat brand o:: ! ball iu the lust two games, iteteatinK i Connellsville and loeitig by a tiny mar- in to Belle Vernon when the latter rallied in the final.quarter. On tho b-wle of the Herminio battle, the contest with Bast Huntingdon Township on Friday night at ( Loisen- ring. Thif is another fray in (he W. P. I. A. League. Hits Grid Probers BUICKSSfflECULE TWO OOTST^DINC BASKETBALL TEAMS random at Scottda ie Aroused By Attractions Booked £or This Week- ':nd. LAP A YETTED ARE PO^v^ERFUL AMATEUR BOXING PROGRAM TONIGHT; PRINCIPALS READY Hall Will «c Filled Capacity for Interesting Shovr. to SEVENTH BOUT TO BE SURPRISE KreryUiIng- Is in readiness f«r i.lie * amateur lioxlng allow tonight at the Slavleu lliUl, according to announcement of Uie CauneHaville AUiletk Club. Tliore will be ecvuu teat bouts or the program. The principals In UK BO von th w!H not bo made public unU' their turn on the ciml, it wae made, known by Billy Carter, matchmaker. All of tuo principals have completed their training periods. Thors is every indication rf Rome real actl-oii ami !oea! fistic foJlowera are expected I IB UikO' ad vantage of. Uiis opportuuil j ! to see a real fight program. T!H doors w i l l bo thrown open a t 7 o'clock so that everyone will bn seated at 8:30 o'clock wiicn Uie flw-t bout is called. II is Jaxpoeted thai, the spaulmis. Slavish Hall ·will bo illied t o capacity-. Capt Frank D. Geottge, rated as one »£ the best football players in the U. S. Maripe Corps, haa been appointed to tho staff of assistant ftidca at the White Hous«. Geottge Joined.tho Marim. Corp in 1911 after graduating; from the Ohio University and BO.W active SGTVCA la Fvaitce, Keagy Owner .Again Is Winner in Hard Fought Battle; Final .Omnt h 33-26 uis f!i,'uov^se and Stephen f u r f o r m e r N'orlh Ihiion Tawat-ihip i School bas'kotbail s-t-ars, llavo !!aci.'K uii t.lie Moor sijuaci of St. AUTO DROPS ODD FRAY TO ACCOUNTANTS B. 0. Accountants won the odd game from tho A:uto Wrecking team st night on tho Elk alleys. Welsh was high with a -total oE 444 for thrco games. The .scores: n. O. ACCOUNTANTS. [ ( *alco «-...-- 1£" I'lO 104 4*0 C Baldwin' 119 150 1*3 '1:1-1 FiershnaUer 140 107 2!7 Whipkey ....:. -100 2-W 305 Welsh L3S 140 ICG 414 Mullen - - IBS 1-02 257 Prof. Ralph W. Afgler, of the University of Michigan law school, at Ann Arbor, has charged the Carnegie Foundation invest!-, gators with "muck-raking" in condemning Michigan and other schools for proselyting and sub-j sidi'iing high school athletea, j Alverton Totals McGrath ·Swaljop Yatesi . 659 692 A.UTO WRECKING 137 »6 105 7.1D 2070 ALVEHTON, J a n . 28.--Mrs. James McAleese of Pittsburg visited relatives here tliirf week. Tho 'W. C. T. U, will meet at the homo, of Miss Mat; S toner on Thursday evening at. 8:00 o'clock. There will bo prayer mooting: in the Church of God on Wednesday and Thursday evening. On. -Friday ovo- uing a Bible class rally--will be hold. Rev. K-enyon ot the United Presbyterian C h u r c h of Mount Pleasant will apeak. Mrs. Ralph Myers oC Van cos Mill spent Sunday UK; guest of Alverton relatives.' Mrs. Sadie Reynolds haa returaod f r o m New Jcruey and is spending a i'ow weeks with-relatives here. Novln Obor went to Pittsburg Monday where ho w i l l visit relatives. Patronize th-oee who advertise. SCOTTUALilfi, Jan. 2? --The Bulcka, coniiderftd one ot the ulBtandlng independent chiUs ot Westmoreland conuly, are preparing o throw their f u l l strwigiUi against, .ho Duqueuno IjaFay!tt«9, ihe crack ombinataon ot Allegrhtmy county, wh n. the. teams meet at Ihe now iirmor y on Saturday evening. Tho Birick club ina · have to- use both Huntsman ami Xlilana.ii, two real flashes, wtio hav. not yet participated in a gamo t g-etheir. Many tans bi:l love with UK -10 whirl-winds b o t h in i.h« line-up, U o Scots would bo nnarly e q u a l to th best in W!t;t- c r n Pennsylvania. The I-.aFa.yei.lett ar apa.y out in f r o m i n the Allegheny Cona'ly League a n d arc by far tho be it tesim in. this I section ot i.ho State. I would be itn- possiblc for (.Lo Buic i 'to sichedulo a boiler attraction, and he game is going to draw fans he -o from every nearby community. Preparations tor ha idling the largest crowd (it the SK son are being mticio. On Tiiursday night there will be a clash which will aro iso the interest o-f many We-stmorel uid lahfk The Ocean l-'arlt quintet, 1 ith Its desire to I win iirod by Uie fact i . was only given i a preliminary contest to a bdg atLrac- j tion ot the, liuiclts 1 a car ago, will bo tbe opponent. The Ocean Park -jam baa been greatly strentd.honed this year and H is believed a fact th :l It was organized and b u i l t , up to its present position in order to h i u ible Ihe Buicka. If ever a "grudge" basketball game was slagedi it, will b on Thursday. Phil Scott, British Heavyweight who -§ Victors Hold I/aad Pr»m Begin- and Are Seldom in Any '.0anger. SOISSON GETS SIX COUNTERS Joe OUGAM Datviels Burton 105 10.0 14 a 139 1150 MI; 144 139 98 104 148 377 383' ; j .83 100 40-2 Totals - Sfi 1319 Perryopolis is to meet Jack Sha -key at. Via., on February 27 loaves today for tb-e Southland to st; rt his training: period, lite nianag -r, Charlie Rose, and u trainer will ac company h i m . .?. * # Ganzy iicneriiui, ea ilain ot Duciu-esne baskcteora, has rcti rued to practice et'tcr recovering fr m injuries sustained in an autotno lilo accident. TOE DOGAN, third baseman, re- J leased by the Boston Braves, ia one o£ th« Cow plllyers who entered tho major leagues witliout any minor league ezperiuncc. He was graduated from Holy Cross in 3917, and immediately sijrned with the A.tl»-. letics. He later went to the Red Sox,j then to Uio Yankees, and at the end. of the 1928 season passed along to the JBraves. He played .with lli». Braves all of bhsf. If Primo Camera gets through bis eot-up eocking oxiHKlttion in the slicks without stubbing :ono of his big toes or getting hit on hia i n v i t i n g chin, Now Yorkers will see him in action hero against K. 0. Chrfetnor, former Akron e-x-rubuor worker. They will headline n K. ot C. boxing ehow at Madison Square Garden on A p r i l 11. Tho Keagy Corner basketball team rogisterocl anoth« - victory last night, defeating the West Side for the second time iu the series bo ing played between those olnb« at the Stato Armory. The score was 31-26. The victors led practically th-rotigh- out tho contest, with tbe West Side staging a stiff rally in tho final thre« minutes to close a wid» gap. At the half tho connt was 20-12 aad at tho third quuxtor seven points separated the teems, 25-18. After tho Corner club had drawn aliead again in the last Rtanra, the West Side reduced the margin to the same distance which marked the end- ot the third period, Soisson was high scorer wltlt six flcW goals. The line-up: Tvoaffj- Corner--;;;!. West Side--26. Ploto ,, F. Isola Miller 1 F. Kerna Guyun C Daclimcnti Borgiu o. McCleary King G. Poiser Substitutions--Wills for .TRola, Shruni for AVllJt, Soisaoa for Miller. Field goals--Floto U, Soissou G, Guyuri 2, Berg.in 2, King, Kerns 2, Daclinventi, Mc(:ieary 2, Poiser 4. Foul goals--West Side, S cut o£ 13; Keagy Corner, 3 out of 10. Roforee--McC lure. Show "Big Bill' 5 fkw to Run City By United Prusa. CHICA.GO, Jan. 28--^Blg business-, it appeared todayj ·will dictate wlieu aud how the red ink ou Chicago's ledgers la erased; Contronted with tho "rescue committee' 1 take-it-or-leave~il attitude tit rgoard to Uwj ?20i(300,000 jxxjl to relieve the bankrupt condition oli. .h.; coaniy and schools, pollticiumi the day--proboidy thle week-when they will acquiesce to outside; dJctatloii on liow to oAmlu.iBtor Uie moa^r affairs of the cUy. Just one eoonter-move £o the "it?s- eue eouunitteet*' headed, by B:las Strawn, van uuder Tray, 13^ Wallace t/aldiroll, president at tins school board and an Appoiuloa of Maror TV"illia?n Hole Tlioiupoou, advanced a plan to ouflt the SLrairu coinmlll-ce 'BiOi onn niado up of lour public officiate, 1 iiu- self iiicTud^d, and the eame number uC cltlzene "lo superfine exiJendilttro oC the Slraivn. committee!" GaMwell nominated Jemea Simpson, h-ead of MnrHhaU Field C^)mpanj, aa chairman. Blmpson, already e nsem- ber of tlie.Sira.~wn committee, tefueetl 1C liko som real boxing don't forgot the amateur program tonight at the Slavish Hall, Camera Stops Peterson in AM. ATH1.KT1CS !)() r mx; ro.U'H rtiLi.s « O V S TO a IT "UATKS" ! A.ST 1,,\.\S1N(;. .Midi.. J a n . iS-- C\i:;ch .Hen Van A l s t y n e of tho Michigan y t a t e College l-:tsiie(l).ill l i q i i a d is "' i ! i o p i n i o i v t h a t love . m a k i n g aiK'i a l l Iclics to nul- m i x . A c c o r d i n g l y he lui.. atiki'il t h a t tiK-nibers if iii.s tjquacl relra'ui f r o m u i a k i n i ; "Ufttc--;" - l u r i n g t i n - i-t-.'suiiiuU r oi ! ho !.i;i: ! ';-.x l tuull "I,jvc";! p a t h ;t= not a smooth one,"; !u suvj in c x p l a i n i t i g hid request. '"I'hero ;n'f i U U c quiirrels. There are'. f e l l o w s who uo '.Ml know wi;cu to go Ix. mo. '/'lie re ;tre some gii'ki who know IK w to i n s p i r e a follow to rto his bcist '. or. the basketball iloor, but they are ', ia tlie PKRUYOI'OLIS, Jui. 28--Tho a t t e n dance at the Methodist K p i u c o p n l Sun- clay school Sunday wan 1S1. Thin wan quite pl.'asing considering tluj cold weather. Alma Rankle will be: l e a d e r at lite young people's prayer g r o u p Wednesday evening. : Mr. and Mrti. Kus.scll Hulcliineoii of 1'urryopali.s -pcnt Siuulay with the l;xt- ter's p a r e n t s . - Mr. mid Mrs. Charles James cf Lfciitninff. Mr. aiul Mrs. Louden ot Seotldale j spent the week-end w i t h t h e i r daugh- j tor, Fl renco, in Perryoptjlis. . Alius Ixiudcn is a ir.imber ol' Uie ferry High j [acuity but. IKUH beoti i l l tor so\-eral' days ut her a p a r t m e n t in Porryopolls. i Diiio and Chads M a r t i n ot Swit;s- j v;t!o Sf'ent the wc-e-k-eiul w-ltli ;.he!r: p a r e u t t . Mr. and Mrii, J, K. M a r t i n of i I'orryo.-iolls. Mr. ;.nd Mrs. U l e n n Hough t p e n l j ! TliurscUiy I n P i t t s b u r g w h e r e they did i eoine s h o p p i n g . Agni a Paliock of Morgautown -.ip tho \vt .-k-eivd with relatives here. \Vlio to I'atroni/.c. Tho:« wJio adveniee In The Couritr- ItaJian, walking the r e f e r e e counts Primo Camera, tho 269 te- toward a neutral corner (is over Big Boy Peterson,. Camera's ,Swodis)i opponent, in Madison Squarr; Garden, New York City. Peterson was as a baby before six-foot, six-inch Prinio. The fight was awarded to Carnera after one minute and ten seconds of fighting in the first round, and after Big Boy had visited the canvas four times. CAPSTAN CLASS TAKES ODD GAME FROM ELKS TEAM Caipstan Gla;B won tho odd gaimo 'from the ICWts 'last night on the Elk alleys. Bloom w;i« iho hiiRh scoror with a total oC 4-08 for throe gamos. The R a t h h u r u ..137 Tippmau M-0 Widiner - DO Tri-m-iwy 171 B r H ' U m a n - 161! lile'bc-r Totals - 701 CA'PSTAiN G'l Fis-h-er I T S S. Ambrisco 1'1'J Kaylor .1 IS Bloom -- _...T5I Fronek _ K8 Totals 152 MS 12t 1.0'S 12'!) K!0 no 110 133 172 111! 135 SI) 3.80 830 37f ·191 ·n 3-06 ·ina C20 S99 Calflwell gore na lite reason i'nr the "ouster^ eommiitew Oiat Jmbljti offt-' "aevef will eoeperaia -WiUi tho Hoirererj tlis eomttf Bnfl oClclala hare pledged oeDpei-atJon the Straini groupj anc( the council, through one oS its epolresiiMsi, indicated- Its coflperatloEu After battle of Btsfemwmta orer the U r eek-end, in which the "reseae committee" annouuecd that cash fav ro- liove the m-out pressing ftaancif.'? needs is available under cortain, draam- stanccc, AWormau John Clark, chaJr- uiaa of tlin council finance committee, said ho bcllovod tlio council T/onJ«i plodgo tho coflporatlon and economy that Oio committee demands tefora opening tho moiioy-bags. "Thi Strawn committee holdn- tha purne etrings," Clark aakl. "II is a caso of airik or swim. After all if the committee furntehee the nionc.y it ought to Imve something to say about how It IH apeak The banks wil! loan no moro moaoy so 1 think the- city ·will cooperate," Homes? EJroryday you will find homes and, home sitae advortiised la our fiod c-olumna--read them over. SPOUTS GLEANXNGH i.'nr K i i s l t i n i t 1,o .Hospital Topples. lylX Pa., J a n . 2S.--\Vliile l i c i t n MuKoan, 17, wotinde* in tliu hand by a bullet, and Howard .Hi'isliiKor, 1!'. w o u i i d o d in Uie chosl, ij the hcepital in hii-s car, Manuel Dc- iiKU'ch f i u f f e r c i i injuries when the machine turned over. Neither of Uio oi.hervs wats In I ' t . A t Die local hospital it wa«3 not rn -calc-tl )io\v the I w u wei'« shot. "Red" !·' iiuu'iil in Tiinv Yorfe. KEW YORK. J a n . iS.--Poltco Commissioner V'luil en late la^t night granted peril;lesion for the city's first "red" t'uunni!. The Commuui.stis claim lO.ijfJO will bo hi the line. Tho pageant w i l l bo Uie M i n e r a l of Steve Kotovte, Ktriko p i c k e t , killed in a clash with police «nd B-oux market worisere, A d e p u r t u r o from the traditional method of electing Pitt footlm-'l cap- la iiiri wae announced yeslorda;-' with the statement from Panther athletiu headquarters that Coach .lock Luther- kiwi will a p p o i n t tho I'JUO lead* r. T!K* skipper may m u k e his choice known before the a n n u a l banquet tonorrow n i g h t ;it Hotel «eln:nK\v. # * * Mickey Walker, world'? 3uidJle- w c i g l i t boxing c l i a i r i p i o n , m.ido .-» liweopins d e n i a l yestprdny "f tho charges in the s u i t of Mrs. MUirgaret Kelly Walker who is suing hiri lor ,'i, divorce. tt * !» The Pirate owner* art; op imitstio that they w i l l be able to put up a great battle for the National League c h a m p i o n s h i p , * » * Xol that it m-atu r: but -- the Uniontown H e r a l d to-day s a i d : "T'i event Dtiubar :ho;ili! w i n , Sowh:kte -'. Duu- )wf I'.iul Perryopoli.5 woiihl b« lied for first honor* provided Perry Khcald also win." H sec-ma l i k e :;oin-con(* i j trying' to kid Mr. M u t h e m a l i o y . 10 -|J ll-- Masontowu's C o l l c - g i u i i K lefeated Carvnittluu:Is K i r e i n e n . 0^! to 10, last night. High The I m m a c u l a t e Coru-c j i i ': n dribblers moot, the F a i r m o n t h eers tomorrow u i g h i at, atat Armory.

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