The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 16, 1939 · Page 7
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January 16, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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3IONDAY. J A N U A R Y 1G 1!39. -mi: DATJVT COURIER CONNKLLSVTT;TM?:, PA. PAGE SEVENS Basketball basketball SPORTORIALS ^^ By JOHN H. WHORIC, Sports Editor ^^ WESTERN BASKETS \LL FOB HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS "Miss Pat Clark, director of physical education for girls at the High School, has installed a new kind of basketball foi the girls of the Leaders Club and also for the girls taking part in the tournament games now In pio- gress," writes Jean Sullivnn "This kind o£ ball is not entirely different from the kind which the games have played. There are still the same number of players on a team--six, three forwards and three guards. "The center pass is used instead ol the center jump But the last guard to throw the ball over the center line is allowed to cross over the lino and play as a forward on her team. This' makes It necessary for her foiward lo go over and ploy guard as theio must be an equal number of guards and forwards, on either side of the line However, when the ball goes back across the line the guard ard the forward who crossed the line with the ball must go back and play on the side from which they originally started "Western basketball is sometimes called the 'roving guard 1 as can be easily understood It is to the advantage of the girl and the team on which sh-; is playing for her to cross the line but if she believes that her forwards arc situated property enough to make a basket without her assistance she docs not hove to go over the line. It is not any kmd of a foul It she chooses to do the latter but it is absolutely necessary that the guard of that fon\ ard go over or else It would be an unfair advantage to the forward's team." BITS HERE AND THERE Johnny Vander Mcer, Cincinnati's no-hit artist, was chosen New Jersey's outstanding 1038 sports figure Behind him were Ralph Guldahl, the golfer, and Tony Galcnto, the bartending boxer . . . Al Simmons is trying to cut off 20 pounds . , . Dan Parker wrote in the New York Mirror. "Wrestling fans are no longer the Grade A chumps of sportdom. Those who paid fancy prices to see Don Budge make his professional tennis debut against Ellsworth Vines at Madison Square Garden have shoved the burping addicts off the topshelf in the patsy department and appropriated it for their own use. For prices ranging from $775 down, these Reuben Glues saw a 10- cent tennis match" , Owner Dick VIEWING ATHLETICS The demand for winter sports this year already is greater than any previous year, said Dr James F. Bagardous, secretary of the State Department of Forests and Wateis "Outdoor recreational demands are growing more popular year by year " he said. "And the popularity of winter sports has warranted the opening up of new winter play areas, affording tobogganing, ice skating and even skiing to sports lovers." The city park's skating pond is reviving that sport if only the freeze would last longer. A nine-game football schedule has been announced for 1939 by Athletic Director-Head Coach Frank N. Wolf of Woynesburg College. Tour will be at home, two featuring new rivals In Ottcrbein and Potomac State Teachers, and five arc scheduled away. The calendar follows Sept 23, Potomac Stitc, Sept. 30, at Fordhim; Oct. 6 Duqucsne, at Pittsburgh, night; Oct 14, Otterbein: Oct 20, at West Chester, night; Oct 28, West Virginia Wcslcyan at Buckhannon; Nov. 3, Salem; Nov 11, St. Vincent, and Nov. 18, Geneva, at Beaver Falls Richards of the Detroit Lions would limit the life of a National Pro Foot- Vail Leaguer to five jears in an effort to keep the game at its utmost physical peak and bring on the flow of new faces without which no sport ca i survive . . . Bob Considlnc, the New York sports writer, penned "Organized baseball could win a lot of new supporters and cast off a little of Its bruising commercialism by arranging to play at least one regular big league game at Abner Doubleday Field in little Cooporstown, N. Y, this coming season. It would be a nice gcstuic on the part of the Yankees, generally agreed to be the last word in baseball teams, to engage a reputable American League foe on the very diamond on which the whole business started" . . . Albany (N. Y.) Elks will toss a big party for Rabbit Maranvllle January 16 . . . St Louis Browns lost $96,000 In 1937 and almost as much Is 1938 . . . Cincinnati is giving the minor league clubs the go sign this year and will play only one major league team in Its 34-game exhibition tour . Leo Mackcy has been retained manager of the McKcesport Pirates o£ the ,Penn State Association The Senators will open bascbal' practice February 1 ... One We Virginia high school coach must think dancing is a good conditioner for his cage stars judg ng from the performances of some of his stars at n recent shindig . . . Commissioner K. M. Landis is to decide If Woody English must be kept by Cincinnati or the Dodgers forced to return the Casey, Paramount Fives in Court Program Tonight A dual basketball bill is the attraction at State Armory tonight where the city's two leading independent cage teams will entertain st 7 45 o'clock and 8 45 o'clock. The Parnmounts arc anxiously awaiting the opportunity to mix it again with the strong Peters Five of Greensburg Defeated by tv,o points W. P. I. A. L. CAGE SUMMARIES SECTION FOUR Standing: of the Clubs. W. -L Chailerol Moncsscn -- Monongahcla -Brownsville -Donora California _ __ 3 2 1 1 1 0 Pet. 1 000 1 000 500 .333 .333 000 earlier in the season the theatre lad-; are determined to even the count in tonight's fray The Ciseys meet a classy team in the Pittsburgh Pl-ite Glass aggregi- tion It is nlso the first time this season that fans have been treated to two fine exhibitions such as scheduled for tonight and a large turnout is expected Games Tuesday. Monongahcla at Charieroi Moncssen at California SECTION NINE Standing of the Clubs W. L Johnstown _. Greensburg . Norwln - -- Scottdalc -- Jcanncttc -Latrobe -Connellsville 4 3 2 1 _ 2 0 . - 0 Pet. 1000 1000 657 333 500 000 000 Games Tucsdaj. Norwm at Jcannettc. Greensburg at Johnstown Latrobe at Scottdale. SECTION 15 $8,000 paid for him Manager Eddie Collins Removal of the present board of State Game Commissioners is favored by Dr. S. H. Ensmmger, president of York County Sportsmen's Club, who said that damage to the deer herd and the ivirm to hunting will not be known until hunters have an opportunity to go out in the fields in the next three or four years. "Extirpation is the only thing that will cure the cankerous game czars," Ens- mmger said He was opposed to the special doe and anterlcss deer season when more than 135,000 nmmals were slain. We believe the doctor is taking h-msclf too seriously. If you arc Interested In wild life, whether a hunter or not, don't forget birds and animals must have food. When the ground is coverfcd with snow, wild life has a difficult time. That's when n general feeding pjo- gram should be initiated throughout the region. Every animal that perishes from starvation is one less for the next hunting season Johnstown Brings Strong Volley Club To Armory Tuesday Recreation Center independent volleyball team will make its local debut when it plays host to Johnstown Y. M. C A Tuesday night at the State Armory. Play will commence at 0 o'clock sharp The Flood City lineup is composed of former college stars who promise to make things tough for the center sextet. The locals have played many first class attractions this season but all contests have been away from home. Officials of the center team oxtcnd an invitation to the public to witness the matches. There will be no admission charge General of Boston Red Sox laughi-d at reports Jimmy Foxx was golns to hold out for $40,000 this year. "To me it sounds as if the Philadelphia baseball writers were a bit pressed for a story and put the $40 000 salary crack in Jimmy's mouth. . . A*nong the changes made m the rules of the newly organized United States Trotting Association were That all foals of 1937 and succeeding years must be registered as standard or non-standard bred before a racing license will be issued, that eligibility and classification will be based on net race earnings instead of the gross as in the past, and that every driver must be licensed before being permitted to race . . . Nat Rogers, matchmaker for Mike Jacobs, says to keep your eyes peeled on Billy Conn, Melio Bcttina, Matt Raymond, Pete Scalzo, Lou Nova, Georgia Pace, Billy Soose, Baby Louis, Allic Stoltz, Eric Boon, Tippy Larkin, Al Davis, Primo Florcs, George Crouch, Buddy Knox, Henry Wacker, Tony Musto, Haystack Sloan, Gus Dorazio, Chuck Crowell, Tommy Tucker, Bill Poland, Pat Comiskey among others Opening prices on the 1939 American League race as quoted in Collyer's Eye say the Yankees will open as short as 2-5 favorites-, Cleveland 5-1, Tigers 6-1, -Red Sox 151 Senators 50-1, White Sox 100-1 Athletics 1001 and Browns 200-1 . . Babe Barna, former West Virginia athletic ace and the property of the Philadelphia Athletics who was farmed to Williamsport, is playing with the undefeated Clarksburg (W V a ) Oilers, basketball team Freddie Crum has joined the Hatt brothers cage club in Pittsburgh. As a rule, the former local boy spon- cntlejville llsworth -- Gcpnan _ ast Bethlehem ,ast Pike Run -- Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Rostravcr 4 0 Vest Newton 3 1 Dunbar _ -- 3 1 South Huntingdon 3 1 'crry _ . 2 2 Fayette City I 3 Belle Vcrnon 0 4 Scwickley 0 4 sored one The howl of dis- Plan Baseball Workouts. Coach Ralph Mitterling of the newly formed Pitt baseball team, hopes to get his pitchers and catchers out for preliminary woikouts early in February. Basketball Scares Westminster 45, Pitt 37 Georgetown 37, West Virginia 31. Indiana 43, Wisconsin 19 Michigan State 36, Western Reserve 21 Minnesota 34, Michigan 21 Duke 44, Navy 37 North. Carolina 46, Wash-Lee 39 Iowa 49, Pudue 41. Illinois 43, Chicago 33 Army 37, Cornell 32 Ohio State 38, Northwestern 33. Dartmouth 43, Penn 32. Columbia 51, Yale 30 Harvard 40, Princeton 39 Sjracusc 57, Fordham 39 Southern Methodist 31, T C U 29 gruntlcd alumni notwithstanding Tiny Thornhill is safe in his head football coaching post at Stanford St Louis Cardinals will sponsor 25 teams this year as compared with 33 last year, among them Greensburg m the Penn State Association anc Portsmouth, Ohm, m the Middle Atlantic League . . . In the south th' quail is known as the partridge which it isn't and in most of the south quail are referred to simply a birds. When you hear a man talk about birds in that territory he isn' referring to birds in genera], just t qunil The bobwhite quail is the only bird that \\histlcs the charac tcnstic bob white call and it is thi unmatcd cock that makes this par ticulai note . West Chester State Teachers College's footbill team wil play a ninc-g imo schedule durm, 193D, Coach Glenn Killmgcr nn nounccd Grapples With Prowler. UNIONTOWN, Jan 16--Slephc Kountus, 58, \\as reclining on a co in the basement of his home to watc a furnace fire he had fixed \\hcn h felt n draft of cold air and looke toward a cellar door to see a youth ful prowler breaking in The tw grappled but the young footpad bic/k loose and fled. Pitt's Harmon Qunrtct A quirtct of high scoring PI swimmers. Milt and Hyman Ledcr stem, Al Beacon and Al Slobodian also compose a crack harmony quir let that has sung o\er the airway Standing of the Clubs W. L bedstone _ 4 orth Belle Vemon _ 2 enterville 2 Pet. 1000 .667 .667 .500 .500 333 333 000 ST. RITA WINS LEAGUE GAME IN BIG UPSET Pleasant Level Bows as Hassan Is Held to Nine Points. -Uctobcrr 1938 SPORTS PARADE By JACK SORDS Games Tonight Ellsworth at North Belle Vcrnon. Redstone at Centcrvillc East Bethlehem at East Pike Run. SECTION' n Vet 1 000 750 750 .750 .500 .250 .000 000 Games Tuesday. Fayette City at Scwickley. Belle Vcrnon at West Newton Perry at South Huntingdon. Dunbar at Rostravcr. SECTION 13 Standing; of the Clubs W £ ilgonier - 4 0 Derry Borough 3 I Hurst 1 2 Mount Pleasant. PARAMOUNT IS HARD PRESSED Sixth week of play In the junior and young men's divisions of the City WPA Recreation Center Basketball League came to a close Satin- day at State Armory with some thrilling contests, marked by last minute thrillers and upsets. The Willow Inn Junlois do%\ncd the "Y" Streamliners, 31-3 in the junior card. Marr led the attack on the Streamliners with 10 points while R Frazicr tallied all "Y' scores The second morning fray found the fast stepping ComeU Uipping the North End Tigers 24-18 Alt paced the Comets while Goodwin again was flashy for the losers In the final game Oglevec Tlonsts nosed out St. Rita Juniors, the game being decided in the last fhe seconds of play when diminutive. Howard Schrum slipped in a two-pointer to give the Florists a 19-18 victory. Swallop was outstanding for the St. Rita quintet The afternoon card opened with the Greenwood pisscrs staging a thrilling race to win, 17-16, from Leiscnnng Willard sparked the locals attack Paramount Theatres were hard pressed by Diwson to maintain their hold on first place, winning 19-16 John Brown led the theatre boys Laughrcy was best for the Tri- Towncrs. The final game saw the biggest upset of the season pulled as a determined and improved St Rita five really opened up and trimmed the strong Pleasant Level Dairy team, 27-25. The locals defense bottled up the ditry scoilng ace, Pat Hasson, while they sported two scoring stars of their own in Tony Marcondl and Joe Fao, who got 23 points Both divisions of the league will resume ag-iin next week The summaries Streamliners G H Frazler, f 0 0 Daberko, f 0 0 R Frazier, c 1 1 Trump, g 0 0 Ash, g . 0 0 A Real Regular. LAWRENCE, Kan , Jan 16 --Fred Pralle, stellar guard on last year's Kansas U. basketball loam, started in every game in three years of play with the exception of one In that game the coach started the entire second team. STATE GAME KILL PLACED AT NEW HIGH Over 127,000 Deer Felled in State During Special Season. RECORD BAGS ARE REPORTED HARRISBURG, Jan 16--Incomplete reports to the State Game Commission today indicated more than 127,000 antcrless dtci were killed during the Novcmbei 23-Dcccmbci 3 open season, leaving "ample" stock for future forays ol Pennsylvania's record high number of big-game hunters. An accurate check on the doe and anterlcss buck kill will be poss ble only nftoi the deadline for filing reports from deer hunters, but early returns were "m accord \\ith the commission's c-irly expectations," according to Executive Director Sct'i Gordon Commission iccords allowed 211 black bears were killed during the November 14-10 season and the small-game kill for the Novcmlx-i hunting period was described as ' by far U"e best in several years, due primarily to an abundance of food " Big-game hunters were given assui- ance that "there are plenty of beais left " Small game bag estimated Included 2,847,000 rabbits, 729,000 squirrels, 40,500 raccoons, 120,000 grouse, 37,000 quail, 500,00 rmgncckcd pheasants, 4,40 wild turkeys, 44,000 ducks and geese and 120,000 woodcocks "Reports from the flcld indicate beyond doubt," said Col Nicholas Biddlc, commission president, "that there arc ample deer left in all the true deer ungc, and the commission Continued on Page Eight. Dist Huntingdon Youngwood 1 Derry Township _ 0 Tct. 1000 .750 333 333 333 133 000 F. Pts. 1 Totals 1 Non-scoring substitute--Bailor. Willow Inn Jrs. G F. Pts. Farr, f 5 0 _ 3 Mongell, f Games Tuesdaj. Mount Pleasant at Ligomcr Hurst at Derry Township Youngwood at East Huntingdon English Skating Star in Pittsburgh Wednesday Evening Special to Tho Courier PITTSBURGH, Jan 16^-Hazel Franklin, 13-year-old English miss who, newspapers ard skating authorities alike declare to be the successor to the crown now worn by Sonja Hcnie, will skate at Duquesne Garden Laughrcy, c -Ruck, g Wolfe, g Ciccrctti, f Pctrone, f ,,_ 1 2 Totals _ _ . 1 3 5 Non-scoring substitute--Shhes Score by quarters' Streamliners ,, 0 0 Willow Inn Jrs - 4 10 Referee--Bill Hyatt Comets G Connell, f 3 Ryan, f 1 Alt, c 3 Galiardi, g 1 Brady, g -- .«--~~--«--. 2 I-- 3 8--31 F. Pts. 31 Totals ,, .10 Non-scoring substitute--Smyth Wednesday night Harold Nicholson, thnce figure skating champion of the world, who coached Sonja Heme for eight years and is no\\ tutoring Miss Franklin says that his newest pupil will surpass the Norwegian wonder. In her nppeiiance at the Gaidcn Wednesday, she will skate between college hockey games in which Pitt will play Duquesne and Tech will meet Western Reserve ol Cleveland She will skate at approximately 9 o'clock The first game starts at 8 P M The Pittsburgh Hornets will play their next home game at the Garden against Cleveland January 21 Satuiday night, North End Goodw in, f . . . -F Rowc, f _ Mosely, c Mazza, g , _ Kravnock g Snyder, f Totals G ,, 3 . 0 ... 1 1 1 1 F. Fts. CITY ^1'A KLCRLATION CENTER VOLLE1BALL LEAGUE Standing of the Clubs W L Knights of Columbus Phalanx Medical"; _. __ North End State Store ___ . Si Rlia Recrention Center First M P Chuith Church of Brethren Howitzers Pet. 833 .667 .667 667 667 500 500 333 167 7 4 18 Non-scoring substitutes -- Siesky, Kono, J Bannon Score by quarter 1 ; Comets 3 4 7 10--24 North E n d 0 5 2 11--18 Referee--Bill Hyatt St Rita Jrs. G F. Pts Cornish, f _ _ 2 1 5 Vernava, f 1 0 2 Swnllop, c . ... 5 1 11 Scacchi, g _.. 0 0 0 Delligatti, g _ _ 0 0 0 Totals 8 2 18 Non-scoung substitute--Walker. Oglev ccs B Rowe, f _ C Rowe, f Tacconi c McCarthy, g _ _ S Rowe, g Schrum, J Totals G. . 2 , 3 0 0 . 1 . 3 F. rts 19 Modern Prima-Vra Bedroom Suite with Robe Simple and suave in lines, depending upon good ·work- manship and beaxitiful woods to make It smait. Big circular mirrors, and the "waterfall" effect are important quality details. Fhe pieces. Just the Suite For Daughter's Room - 3 000 1 Non-scoring substitute--Gallagher Score b quarterss St Riti Jrs J 3 4 9--18 Continued on Page Eight A lo\eb suite, of simple Hues, and authentic details Made with the same skill that chaiacten/ed the onginals fiom which it is faithfully copied The maple is hand rubbed, of a mellow honey tone, and the suite consists of thiee major pieces A Small Deposit Will Reserve Your Purchase for Future Delivery. CALL 376 FOR EVENING APPOINTMENTS

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