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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 13, 1939
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 13, 193D. TITE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVTLLE. PA. PAGE THIRTEEN. SPORTSMEN TOLD TO FILE KILL REPORTS Penalty of $2 Faced by Those Who Neglect By January 15. MAILING PROOF REQUIREMENT In a special appeal today, Game Protector Ted Schafer urged all hunters of Fayettc county to send in their game-kill reports, (the specially prepared post card attached to every license, to the Gome Commission's offices at Hamsburg immediately, intimating that he would do everything in his power to help expedite the collection rnd sending of the special mailing cards. "If every hunter complies with the _law by sending m his report before "the deadline on January 15, it will relieve me ot the embarrassment of calling upon any of them for the $2 penalty imposed for negligence in this respect," he wild. Protector Schafer also suggested that, to be on the safe side, hunters should secure "proof of mailing" from the postmaster for an additional cent, and fasten it to their licenses. This will serve as evidence that they complied with the law. While proof of mailing k not required, he explained, the commission nevertheless advocates it to avoid difficulties in case the report should get lost. "Mail it yourself is the safest bet," he said. "Don't pass the report on to someone else to turn in for you," he concluded. Orpheum Lassies Beaten by Smock The Orpheum Lassies dropped a 31 to "\ decision to the Sroock Sweeties at the Armory Monday night. Smock will return to Connellsville Wednesday to play the lassies at the Christian gym while the Smock boys will take on Pleasant Level Dairy- The summary: Smock G. F. Pts 7 " Rusnock, 1 7 3 1 S. Patterson, f. 5 2 12 Dean, c _. 0 0 0 Peskie, g 0 0 0 Yuhas, g 0 0 I I/. Rusnock, f 1 0 -Totals Orpheum L. Rulli, t E. DeBolt, t _ H. Meckes, g _ C. Herman, g . R. Isola, g C. Rldgway, t . -13 G. __ 3 5 31 F. Pts 0 1 0 0 0 1 11 Totals . Score by quarters: Smock 6 11 10 Orpheum 2 6 9 Beferee--Hyatt. 4--31 G--2' Judge Coffom Heads County Prison Boan UNIONTOWN, Jan. 13.--Presidcn Judge Harry A. Cottom was elected president of the Fayette County Pns on Board at the annual reorganize tion meeting. He succeeds Judge W Hussell Carr. District Attorney James A. Heilly was reelected secretary. County Commissioners John W Eankin, Michael Karolcik and Arthu Hlginbotham will serve on the jai purchasing committee while Judg Carr, District Attorney RciUy am Commissioner Hlginbotham are on the jail inspection committee. No change was made m the iai personnel, the staff having been so lected for a two-year term last Judge Cottom again discussed th matter of establishing a home fo delinquent children and referred : to the county commissioners. Congrats to New Pro Champ Donald Budgo of Oakland, Calif., receives the congratulations of Ellsworth Vines (right) of Pasadena, Calif., professional tennis ex-chain- pion, after Budge's easy 6--3,6--4, G--2 victory In his professional debut at Now York's Madison Square Garden. Tho victor held tho amateur crowns of tho United States, England. France and Australia. {Central Prcit) Center Bows To Wheeling In. Swimming Connellsville Recreation Center swimming team dropped a dual meet to the Wheeling Y. M. C. A. Wednesday evening at that place. The locals made a very impressive showing despite the fact they came out on the short end of a 33-23 score. Coach Walter Mlskinis was pleased with the mettle displayed by his lads against the strong Mountaineer team. The locals took one first place and three seconds. Terry Shaw grabbed a first in the 40-yard free style against a field of good performers, while Peterson, Alcsentrino and McKenna came through with second places in their respective events." Yoho gave a splendid exhibition "of diving for the victors, in copping first place in this event. / The locals have two mote meets on their schedule, the Greensburg "Y" and Washington and Jefferson College Freshmen. The summaries: 160-yard-free-style relay--Won by Wheeling, (Moss - Trissler - Woods Cornish). Time 1:28:1. 120-yard medley relay--Won by Wheeling, (Woods-Trisslcr-Cornish). Time 1:14:3. 40-yard free style--Won by Shaw, Center; second, Fmley, Wheeling; third, Trevitt, Center. Time 20:7. 40-yard breast stroke--Won by Trissler, Wheeling; second, Peterson, Center; third, Yoho, Wheeling. Time 24-8. 100-yard free style--Won by Cornish, Wheeling; second, Alesenlnno, Center; third, Scott, Wheeling. Time 1:03 3. Diving--Won by Yoho, Wheeling, 63.4 points; second, MeKenna, Center, 53.2 points; third, Mullen, Wheeling, 50.7 points. Tattles on Drinkers American Loop Makes Fielding Records in 1938 By HENRY SUPER United Press Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, Jan 13--The Ameu- MH Lcigue, lamed lor ib hitting, went on a red-hot fielding -.treak during the 1938 scison, final ofllcia) averages showed today. Two major league iccordb and four American League i marks \veie written into the record books. Four major and three 1-ague records were equaled | The Detroit Tigers led the team fielding with an avcr.ige of 976 to top that department for the fifth consecutive time. All the individual leaders were dethroned. The major league marks broken both were league affairs. The eight clubs tutncd in 32,235 putauts to better the "fewest putouts" mark of 32,296 set by the National league and 13,851 assists also bettered the old record ot 14,167 for fewest assists set by the senior loop. Major league records tied weic 1. Five double-plays at second base in one game by Jor Gordon of the Yankees; 2. Eighteen putouts for catcher in one game by r'rankic P- link of the Indians; 3. Most errors at third base in one game, foui by Frank Higgms ot Boston; 4 Fewest assists, one, at third base in a single game by Higgms. The new league records were 1 Most double plays at shortstop for a season, 120, by Frankic Crosctti of the Yankees; 2. Most double-plays .it first base, 157, by Lou Gchng, Yankees. 3. Most double-plnys by tho league for a season, 1,282; 4 Fc.veit chances in 154 games, 5,610 by delphia The league records tied were: I. Most chnnccs in one game by catcher, 18, by Pytlnk; 2. Fewest games played in n season, 139, by Chicago; 3. Most double-headers m succession, six, by While Sox. Zee Bonura, now of the New York Giants in the National League anc traded by Chicago to Washington a' the start of the season on the ground that he couldn't field, topped the first-sackcrs with an average of .993 displacing Jimmy Foxx of Boston who was on top a year ago Rudy York, Detroit, switched from firs base to catcher, topped the backstops with .99 as Bill Dickey of the Yankees, last year's leader, dropped to third. St. Louis produced two individua leaders--Harlond CHft, with 962 a third base and Red Kress at short with .965. Buddy Myer of Washington fielded .982 to top the second basemen, beating out Charley Gehringer of Deroit, 1937 winner. Pcti Fox of Detroit with .994 was the mos efficient fielding outfielder. Miki Kreevich of Chicago, tops in 1937 dropped to ninth. Nineteen pitchers fielded a peifec 3.000 m 13 or more games, but Spur gcon Chandler of the Yanks- took tin title because he handled the mos chances, 68. Ted Lyons, Chlcagi veteran who had topped the flingers a year ago, made an error on Jun 18 and broke his string of fiawles ball which had extended through 81 games back to August 5,1934. MOST VALUABLE By Jack Sords Nassau County, N. Y., police test their new alkametcr, handing balloons to motorists to blow up. Driver's breath is then mixed with chemical formula, which accurately snitches how much tho driver ban been drinking -- and peppermints won't help. A drh or illustrates, at Hcmpstcad, L. I. Yellow, Red Clubs Rainbow Winners Admits Driving Death Car. JOHNSTOWN, Jan. 13.--William J. Frombach, 17, of Johnstown, has confessed he was the driver of a car that struck and fatally injured two persons Monday night, State Motor Police said today. May Visit Dionnc Quins. OTTAWA, Ontario, Jan. 13 --King George jnd Queen Ellrnbetli may make a quiet, unofficial visit to the Dionne quintuplets at Callandcr during their visit to Canda this year, it was reported here. LONG ISLAJSDD VETERAN - By Jack Sords ARTMUR MILUOUSE, op- Bowling on the West Penn alley Wednesday night, the Yellow clu took three games from the Blue an' the Red won the odd tilt from th Green in the Girls Rainbow Duckpi: League. The scores: YELLOW N. Phillips Friend E. Phillips Shoff . Smyth _. 628 170 Totals 526 543 606 167 RED -- 88 116 85 28 47 110 107 36 84 97 27 98 C6 25 07 62 13 110 05 118 32 .- 600 570 535 170 GREEN 129 103 145 37 71 107 12-i 30 O'l 90 71 73 Wagner Murray Dlxon King Hlgbee A. Pigman Totals _ Rude - - Lcnhort _ Bieber TM TM Chambers. Potthoff _ Francis -- -109 114 91 2. 72 21 74 29 . 79 77 103 25 Totals 528 561 608 169 w rt' JceA BASKgfSAU- VM6M US. Thomas McCnrtllc Dies After a lingering illness, Thorn McCardle, 79 years old, former res BED PUtfo/J A3 "Trie MCST VAU)A01.e PLACER. 01-me.-TEAM r. rts. PERRY TOWNSHIP RESERVES TOPPLE B^LLE VERNQN Poiry Township reserves, pased by Potency, outscored a weak Belle Vernon quintet ot subititutcs in every quarter to win easily 30-16, in Die pielimmary U the vdrsity clash it Peiryopolis Tuesday night. The llnc-ups. Belle Vcrnon Lachina, I McKissick, f fiederick, c . Uckey, g Pickciton, g Brazen, f ,Iutich, f Totals Non-scoring port. ?crry Twp. Lowthcr, I B. Ferency, f 3aiuch, c Campbell, g Zackal, g Totals -- H 2 30 Non-scoring substitutes--Palonder, Welling, LipovsXy, Darkangelo, Novak Scoie by quarters. Belle Vernon _ . _ 4 6 3 3--16 Perry Twp. 7 8 10 5--30 Referee--Baker. W. P. I. A. L. CAGE SUMMARIES SECTION FOUn Standbier of the Clubs. Charlcroi ,, tfoncsscn - - rlonongahcla Srownsville -. Xsnora - _ -California ,, __ Games Tonight. California at Donora. Charleroi at Brownsville SECTION NINE Standing of the Clubs. (ohnstown ,, _ Greensburg Norwin _ icottdalc fcannette -- ^atrobe ~ Conncllsville - Games Frld». Jeannette at Latrobc. Grecnsbuig at Conncllsville. Scolldale at Johnstown. Pet. 1.000 1.000 .667 .500 .333 .000 000 Games Tonight. Standing of the Clubs. ieavy Receipts in Hogs, Poultry Heavy hog receipts again marked e weekly auction of the Fayette Stockyard Company. Poultry receipts vere lighter with a brisk demand Cattle and calf receipts were strongei vith demand good Sheep of. al kinds were in demand. The quotations: Cattle (receipts good)--Common to good steers, $U to $8 50; common to ood heifers, S5 50 to S7.25; common to good bulls, to $650; medium tc good fat cows, $1 50 to $6 50; bologna ows, $3 75 to $4 50; feeder cattle ;20 to $50 per head. Calves (receipts good)--Good veal o better than $11 50; common vcali IB to $10; heavy and thin, $5 to $8 Poultry (receipts good)--Kcavics ,6c to 18c; leghorns, lie to 14c; tur eys, 25c to 27tte. Hogs (receipts heavy) -- Medium veights, mostly $765 to $8; heavy S7 to $7.75; sows, S6.25 to $7; pigs $3.50 to $8 50 per head; light weights to $8.75; boars, $3 50 to $5. Sheep (receipts good) -- G o o ambs, $7 to $8.50; common lambs S5 to $8 50; good sheep, to $4.25; cull: nnd common, $2 down. James Jabour Dies. James Aibout, former Syrian mer chant at Uniontowr, died Thursda afternoon at his home at Waynes burg. Rostravcr -- _ 3 West Newton 2 Perry -- 2 Dunbar - . . . 2 South Huntingdon ,, 2 Fayette City 1 Belle Vernon, 0 Sewickley 0 W. L. Pet. 1000 .667 .667 .667 .667 .333 .000 .000 Games Tonight. West Newton at Foyctte City. Sewickley at Rostraver. South Huntingdon at Belle Vernon, Perry at Dunbar. SECTION 13 * Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Ligonier 3 Dcrry Borough 3 Hurst _ - 1 Youngwood 1 East Huntingdon 1 Mount Pleasant 0 Derry Township Pet 1.000 1.000 .500 .333 .333 .001 .000 Games Tonight. Ligonier at Hurst. Derry at Mount Pleasant. Dcrry Township at Youngwood. Relief Cases Deferred. SOMERSET, Jan. 13. -- Cases against thi-ee confessed relief chisel ers were continued to the Februar; term of court by Judge Norm.m T Boose on the promise o£ the men that they would moke full restitu tiou to the State Department ot Pub lie' Assistance. They are William Diyburg o£ KImmclton, Beit Kldnc ot Meycrsdale and Qonslanline Laho vich of Conem.mgh township. dent ot Fnyctte county, died Wcdncs day night at hit. home .it Mauanna Born ii England, lie came to thi country \\hen he uns but two year old. He followed the mining indu^ try for many yean His \vife, Ell McCnrdle, died June, 1937. fi COLD Of WEATHER NEEDS · KIGUT NOW Uicro arc so ninny uioro bills to mit't-- FO Bian% extra sonsonM eipfniea. Tho nutation IB- how, and where, arc yon colnc to set (he Pitrn nionev TOO ncoP Our cash loan plnn i* a rteiionilnWc answer in this nroWt-m Borrow here on vour norRonnl teeurltv-- on convenient repayment termi to Tit vour Income. 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