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,* THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLL 3VlLLE, PA. Basketball SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1930. ING WORLD By JAMB8 M, JP1USCOM-. Baseball Little Cardinals to Show Great StrengthWith Bat Next Season in Middle Atlantic Mike JRybft, Ul-Aroand Star, IVho Hit ^40 In'1029, Returns With isildle Dyer. OTHER CLASSY ' BOYS ON TEAM SCQ'FTDALE, Feb. 1--Th« reorgani- sation of the personnel of-tho Seott- t«am In t h e Middle Atlantic is being effected and already Sports Crmnient tty JOICN Ki, WHOBtC. Baseball's away. but a ston«'H throw On February ' the Middle Atlantic moguls will gotlier in IJDion- to talk alwut t u c schedulo. There's considcral le £«st in tho projw*el City an5 'tis rumored that Bli! MfiCormick, !wui i assume tho cupacltk j in this circuit. of .Hulgo H athlot«4 fia\te -become -affiliated * , ... I tlH i'UUHJlUtl llttAl, -«-'il « Jlil.ww* «*l*.»«", » * · " « with the farm of the St. lxni!e|t,ar- n «nond Ian., i ready to (llnals. The list includes the reserve liat of 1928 players.. As the officials continue their work there is every Indication of concentration on the ileelopment ot batting power--the hip: need ot the boya who will go into Quinn. the -?6-year-okl mound I ace of Connie M«-k's Philadelphia | world chimpions,,3« getting all ««« for TTDALE BASEPALL CLUB ' i. i , ' i Dirabar Township Cagetfs Hold Alverton to Single Point During Final Hulf W.P.I. A. League Summary * SECTION TEN lsterUft)'*H JKesnSts. Union .own 33; Mount Pleasant 8. Jeannstte 21; Latrob« 11. Greensburg 34; Uonn«llariile H. Standing of lh« Clubs, W. L. Pel. 1000 o .711 ,667 .42!) .286 .288 Mount Pleasant Uniont(,wn «t BeotUIlUe. JaanneUe ftl Coun«llaUiiv Jrcensburg at. Mount Pleasant. intent on developing its own major c-ircnit performers and seeks, in this manner, to avo.d paymnt of stupen- duouri, fabulous euros for stare. Scott- daje-is one of tl.a eight teams that are being operated as farms. in 1929, the Scottdale ctuba In the Middle Atlantic League had a batting average of .302, the second best for I he entire campaign. It sewne tt« though. the IJltle Cardinals are expected to swing a healthier club than that according to reports ot sluggers who are Doing attached to the team. .Manager Bdd.'o Dyer, outfielder. will again bo ut the helm of the roster.' Eddie had e batting nverag* of .:53» last season. Mike Kyba, pitcher, infiekler, out- itelder ami pinch hitter, who had a clubbing mark of ,440 for three games la to return. Johnny KwlnUwki, shortstop, who dropped out o" the pureonnol last campaign when he was early he- sieged by carbuncles and bolls,""will be In lit'condit ion for 1930, he writes. is filing as fit a? a liddljv. Ttia fofmer Dunbar boyhus 401 e to Hot Spring*. ! Ark,, to get himself into' ahapo 'for the 1930 grind. Johnny Mnatll? White Sox outfielder, BUI Sho-««i, tho Athletics twirlcr. ,31mmy Burke, Chicago ;Cube' coach, and .Tosse Pt ty, Pirate* hurler, i also are at tho rcsqj t, getting an early) start. A volnmo mid be w r i t t e n ' about Quinn. the K\ esuui "youngster"; who started hia cejaer when arne of the present day «Ktn5 *4»ro l»eEn# rocked in the cradl!*, ·' It would be very nurd to past; without commenting on that amateur flgfyt., ut the Slavish ' M a l i Uc other n i g b U i Tho 14 boys sure!} did lovo to past? ! each other 6yer the ring. 'Tho officiate of the ConnellavilU AthletieXClub are commended for bei ig the flrat to run tho entire program yUhout a blng|e hitch or delay. JKWralt*. German 30; BrownuvilUt 24, 1'oiru Marion SI; South Union !13, N'orth C'ulon 26, Ocargas 13. Standing of the Cl W. !,, North Union -- ~ 'i Point vtarton ..-- ---* - i ^ CarnJUhaeJs --..__ 2 ~ Georges ------ -.,..-- ~ , 1 7 South Union , ,0 S Boxing fans recall K.;-0. Y u l z y ' o f Moyersdale who -did some sparring and training with Billy Carter, TheSom- Johnny batted .311 In 35 frays. , erset countian ha - hoiked up with Harry Taylor, catcher, a .258 hitter, Joe Dubrauski,' McKeesport fight and Bob Mehrle. inSlelder, a .288 swat{ manager. Yutay, 'xowever, will soon tor, will also return to tho Little ^ join the ranks of Oartcr, that ot the Cardinals this *«mraor. j retired boys, wli-o- can look back and JohSnny. Be;;onla, a catcher, Mike i ponder over sohi- memorable ' oc- Sokol, a pitcher, and Harold Scott, anfeasionp, outttelder, aro now boye to be with | the loam. Th-j flret two hail from Tho movement 01 some harness"fans 750 714 .28-6 .125 .01.10 {.antes Browtiivlllo at Potnt Marten. South Ihiloa al Carmichanl*, Bedstone at North I'nlpu. Otsorgca at Gorman. TW.KLYE Yesterday's H««aMi. Dtmaar 15; Bast H u i i i l n K d o n 10. Sow ekltjy 18; Belle Veruon 17, ferry 38; Huret 5. flreat Comelwrk ftarea llson- rhijs*s U n incurred Eeooi d And ^cotton 1SJ lead, ·s NINE TRIUMPHS' IN SUCCESS .ON The strong quintnt ot East Huntingdon Township Hlsh School tbrw n big wears into fitt camp of th Dunbur 1'ownahlp High bfcRfc etow i last night wh«h it tta'«at«m d to tu ailnis- i ter the ftr«{ lacing ut iltq get ton to Coach Bruca HJj»feror'B jirote^ej over a great 1 rally bro-upht the oat ol the flr* for the LoieearSi f boy* ·who wens playJnf on th»ir bora i floor. The flnti! comst ··**» 16 to 10. NeTerthJ^fcB lie quality- ot 11» Eed and Black machino doaionslrt t«d It- seW In tho final ImJf whwrt tha ETuwU* \ maa Biftclilne -was) hold w » lor point «a foui Koal In tho third f -which, incidentally, wa» n dew (ton of flujn-rb gunrUici',, Tb« !rittjn|il» niad* U uia» ir A row for tho 1930 floor tdjIUou ot U i Dunbar Townftblp H Rh Befool. Hast HuntlD{ji-.»n prored a li rtar iu tho nrat quarter ami for the ni »i time this year, ihe DutAwritp blanks!, not a Bitijjle sioint tw Sstfrs-ct while .\Uerton tte!p«d t w o Hoth t«inss t'»in» ihrou b. m-rprt nointcrt m th* SSCOKC and Hani D- T. t-oV tfe t,ltu*t ao into immi. Huntsmun'j!i cluh wa« Abie 10 tliirinfi the g c l n tough, I« the ipr^Hrairuiry, the C mnetlii- rjllo'junjor High team Won frt m IJUn- ttar Tevraship fratshme-J, J'J to B, The lolsi*nrlng frosii Was held e :or»1ess during Uuv ttrit three 'luuirtn-r and J« lh« final f r a m e talllei u qu ntet of pointers. The Ihinbur Tulitsy ,,, Cokers Unable to Cope With Strong Greensburg Attack; Score Is 25-14 f ' __. v * SPORT SIDELIGHTS JA « B Io" R D5 --4 to , East Jlnntlng ion-- 1ft. Standing of the CJnhs. AV. I,. \Ve«t Newton. Scott cornea from Danville, Irving' been, iraded for 'Jimmy \Vintorrt and IjeEty Heiso, pitchers, and Kddie Boland, outfielder, and some casih. Scott Is regarded as a .400 hitter and ehould bo ot much heir*, to the- Seottie6. i Bill Chapman, pitcher, who wass WM\ to-Rocheeler, will, return; to the_.jWHI to put across four or five early meetings to' begin in July seems' rathor doubtful and -the fair secretaries.at the Pennsylvania (-itato Association of County Fairs meei would not go on record as Eavoring the plan. It's gel- ting to be lough rleddlng to get the .crowds^ d«rln;, J*air Week Jet alone Dunbar. , Perry . fi Sewic,Ul«y . 4 Bolls Vernon --L, 2 Kast Huntingdon TM....:1 Hurst -- · -.·- 0 Trt, 1000 .83;; .tSST .333 .107 .000 tot edtly proKrams. " natber Town, A twlrtor wlthTa world o£'£5tuf£ j than itwake "dnthu liaam and Interest, . !7_ .. _"' i " -niii t7f»V»iTTi/l " "ulivtW " ft^Vvl'fl T (· "Viri \ fti'f 71arn"fi'n»] *-Ua i*»f«tf- «.* JU"_*" *JT^:. e¥ould "^ control thH y!« r ft » d vri* auito a r ? w Bime» (or the Jittle Reds. -^ CloURh, another pitcher, ia secxired 'uam'Sen-tJie spirit of the-" few regulate. The premier baeketball club of i'rom Fort Wayno. Recorde show him! Western Pennfiylvjsnia--the Duquesne to be a classy performer. Three aluggere are coming from the laurel Club ol the Cotton State League. Gienn lienriigo, flrst bftseiaan and outfleldar, William laindell, catcher and first baseman, and Kddie Ml'llek. ' outfielder, are regarded as constant members of the coveted bat- rin« ranks which today, in the days'oC modern baseltall, mean better than 300, They are ald to be flirting 3i.eadily around the 400 per cent mark. Forguoon, a catcher, comee from the semi-pro runl;s, He had participated in. organized oorapetition before. Eddie Dyer will have a. versatile bunch of lxyn, moat of whom will be iblo to piay in several ppsitione, and indications are that the Mill Town is due for a bif; rie Ja the Middle Atlantic League atariding. I Greatest Team In This Region T» Meet Buicks SCOTTDALE/ B'eb. 1.-- Tonight at ihp now armory building the fastest basketball tc.im in Western Pennsylvania will go Into action against tlioj .Scottdulo Bniclcs, considered t'he cream of Westmoreland, -county's lu- 'dcpcniient nu Inlets. Tho Duqucsne .LaFayettos tenders of the AllfRbeny County League, ami ·three-time-, winners of tho .pennant in t h a t loop, will, be, the opponents of the locals. The game, is scheduled for S:'.!0 o'clock and will be preceded by an attractive preliminary. No he'll or w i n t e r spurt card can bf oitVred to fini- by "the Huicka. -Tlio DuqiU'WiK 1 - lii c-ui JH made up oiillrc- ly of uotod -H'mi-pro purfiirmors. and :i sreal eriKJiScmcnt i.-s anticipated. I,a!yettes--Dlay at Scottdale tonight, miHjting the Westmoreland county champions of l!)29 Thia fray starts at 8:30 o'clock. A" large crowd is ex pecUd to attend hom GonneJleviHe. MOUNT PLEASANT IS DEFEATED BY UNIONTOWN HIGH Mount Pleasant was-'h«ld-scoreless In the second and fourth quarters and managed to get but three points each in tho other two jramos laet night as Uniouto^ piled vp 32 points to'score an-otlier -triumph .n Section X, W. P. I, A. L,eagti and maintain lie lead. The Payatte conntyseater« have yot to lose a single et art. The line-up: '' Mt. Pleiisant--«. ,, Benedict ., Paladino --, Simmoria Volkin . Aoromson lor ' .Ford, B r o w n , Eor Games Friday. Sewic-tley at Rast IluntinKdon. Dunbar at Perry. Hurst at Belle Vernou. SECTION" FIVE Yesterday's Results. MOJ.esaen 49; West NowLon 19. . Oharletol «35; rpnora 12.- r. MohongaJiela 24;-jCalirornia 14, of tlto Clubs. ^Yi li. r ...,7 0 unrzu 4 ·i 4 4 Ford ______ !. ____ -.. F Everhart _____ If. J. John _______ ..... C Rankin - ........... . O Harris. ------ ...... ... G -----Substitutions -- T. John Greenspan for T. John, Everhart, Fiko for ./. John, for Fiko, Bryan for Rankin, Adamti for Bryati f , Puglla for Harris, SkJlofe for Beuedlct, Vullti^e for Paladino,' Fro! for Simmons, Mlll'jr for Volkin, Morris for Abromson. ' ' Field goals- -Ford 3, J3verhart'4, T, JoHn, Brown, J. John 2, Harris 2, Benedict, Abromson. Foul .goals--Uniontown,- 8 out of 15 (Ford 2 out ot 2; T. John, 0 out of 1 0 otn of S; lUverlwrt, Monetisen -- -- Oharleroi Dono]-a ..... . ; West Newton South Brownariiio California -- ............ - ...o V Pet, 3000 .857 .420 .429 .·12D .'M3 .000 , Games Friday. West Newton at Cbarleroi. Donora at California. Moaongahla at South Brownaville, Scottdale Wins By Singly Point Over South High out ot G; Brown, t out of 1; Uanlchi, 0 out C,1; (Harris, 0 .'out, of 2) ; Mount i'loiwanl, 2 out oj 10; (Ski lee, "0 out ol 1 2', Puladiiio, ( V o u L o f ·!; -Vallntc, 0 Out, oC 1: Simmons, 1 out of '2; Abroni'-jon, 1 out dE 1.) Hcori by p-ilo Is. Xcgro H u n t e d for ^furdcr of Uirl. OGlUsA, Ca.. Feb. J.--A j.osse \s jearcUlng t h - s m o r n i n g Cor Hie negro « r h a t t a c k o f i and- k i l l e d -H · l-f'-yenr-old i d a u g h t e r of. u pron*'"-"' 'Jirmcr lu.st n.. aiouutVl'leasai't c--Spcei Use, Chi- 0 Arts, 9-^;:2 o-- c Uios.i who advertise. SCOTTDALE, Feb. 3 -- Scottdale High dribblers took a uinflo point i margin over tho strong ( South Brownsville -basketecrs last night a( the State Armory. The flnal count WAS 20 to 10, · , The Bine and White put up £, desperate batt'e to,pile up a com£o:lablo lead but the invaders were bebt on wrecking tho hopes of the Khlunan maclilue us they tried to hecure vengeanco for the decisive reversal sulVred at" tlio South Brownsville court several weeks ago. Next woek will find Uio Millers nf hoift'jll, eritortaininU Urtionlown iu u feature contest in Section 10, W. P. 1, A, beaguOi Tbe line-up: Scottdule--20. S. Brownsville--10. Jewt.kl J... F.. Barancy Gamiin P Rockmeu Skcmp , ^ - Xoonan Con way U. Hawson Schwartat - ft McOiiiie Score l?y pyriocib: S o u t h Hi'oWi'invlUft.' ::..*.? fi Si'oltdulo : 1 8 H n b s t l l u t l o n B -- I f i l c h c r foi Wuih for C'oiiway, t'ox for Oon ,vay for WauU 1 , D n n l n i ) for Mc- C'nno, McCune for l l u n l a p , WaHurs for Ruokerson, Rnckarson Cor Walters. '. Field goalH--lOichor 2, P a m l l u , Cox 2, Wuiflo V2, Barauey i), Uoeknieh '··2, 1) a \v son, M c C u n u. Foul poals- S c o f l d a l c . 6 out of t i r li Brrt-w iisvlllf 1 , o out oC IT) n-jferee---Dusk'. ' MlUer Bailoy Iteilly . Wilson De-aort A'ndriah meehko xnniuon Substitutions--Bnrtory for TrdJcy, Tulipy tor Bur key, Skonozny l r Mere, Nere for Skonc^ny, flehrciia 'or MJi- ler, Hyakoll tor Andr'sh, Field goals--Skonczny JipSily, "Wlloon, Toincenko, Team f^ulis-- Dunljar, 7 Bast Huntingdon, i out of 7, Individual fouls--Tvlly, 1 Miller, 1 out of 2; Bailey, Tleilly, 2 out ot If; Letanvm, -1 Hyakell, 0 out of 1. ' Scoro by fiuaHe rs; JDunbar r ,0 7 East HuniiriKdou 2 ^ 2, IJK ntnon. 01 t of*!); 7, ut of l ; 3 ut of 3; ut ot 6; 2--15 0--10 Keagy Corner Defeats^ Peny Firemen Club The Keagy Corner basket-e rs came through with a 29-28 triumph o»rr the highly touted Perry Towns! tp Firemen quintet last night at the Armory, A tremendoua margin in the first hall clinched the battle for the- Con- nellsvlllo aggregation aga net the formidable ' Perryopolis clu » wJiich made a g^eat rally in the'fln I frames b u t tttij odds were too greai P!oto of the Oornfer teani BI nk seven ileld goals, ^hooting Ironi a 1 angles and ranges. Slump lod for t le^e-rry- opolin outfit with fives dq'ubk deckers.' Sellers retired from the 'gema in its early stages when he si Eered a sprained ankle. The-line-up": TKengy Corncr--2i). Perryo jolis--20. 'Sellers Flo to ... Miller Bergin King O. . G. '- Stump . ., F,undy ,.,,.«:.,, I laugher ty ... ..'.,, , Hankie __ Q ^ __ ,,«^, f .,,.... tutiiaucik Subst'tutioiis---Solssor/ fo " Sellers, Guynn for Millar^ Ksmme man ' for King, Shaw for'liumai|cik:. Field goats--Soistiori 3, Floto 7, Miller, GuyttJi, Bergin, ! tump 5, Fimdy 2, Daughorty 2, aha v 2. Fouls---Kougy Corner, 8 ml o£ $ Perry FlremeJi, 4 out o£ 6 Score by quartei'a: Keagy Corner ,...9 13 Kerryopolls - 5 .8 KeEeree--Me 01 m'e. 5 3--29 8 6 -- 2G 5 2--19 fi G- -20 CONTINUE SIRE 4K; , WIN FIFTH GAME Thfs Uoiden Panthers de oateil the Keagy J union), filMD, yeste clay. The i'antlidr "Varrtlly" has not ·ntfeted a j'ut (.liih heaaoii b u t U o I'untlicr liave b«eu I t i r u e d jack once 1 , heugy J.titiurs-- li ,,, I 1 ' Mai'Lucci .. c .'... Miller Campbell ' .... Snyuei 1 1'uniliers--."»«. a . , l e r r u b ... i I'll'" 1 . lift R*OM scon's RECORD OF 1(307 BUT 30 T/Me? G3KGS "CAlU EAlTIEft AAIO SCORED etcsr -. K,O. AT "· ( "--»»- AB. BOOlE eR. M TWE MINORS Cntnl IVtu AMII, Orange and Black Crew Finds WestmoreJtid Connty- s«aters Ai-e "Hot." VICTORS LEAD FROM OPENING The Cokers have dropped bvto fourth .position in th-e standing of the toairus in Section X, losing last niglit'R ·encounter at GreensbuTg- by a,25-14 Anderson and Hibbs'.pt the Brown and "White combination displayed -excellent form iand were the chief factor in hreiiklng up the Jocai oVefonB-e. TroB-e 'two, pals from oarly childliood, gave thfe Greensburg rooters plenty to cheer about as the.'f garnered 17 points between, them. i , Johneou brotoe the ice Wth a foul shot from the tree line. : That was -the only time the Cok-ers were over in the lead. Wright drew a chier of ad- tri-ration. when ''lie got the ba*ll in the center of tho floor, d-riboled once- and arched a perfect shot into- the net, never touching the Tim. ·.0raaisbiiT.gr was; hitting on all; five as each player tallied two points pr more. When- the half ended Ioueks' proteges had increased their siiore to 17 while holding Conn'elavile to seven. Miller, Cok«r center, was effectively checked by Anderson, who covered lilm every time that youth - got his ·haiids on the ball. Oreousbui'g out-scored |:h« Cokers in every fra-me. It secnied an. attempted shot made by the Brown, awl White aggregatiou eventually ended in .« score, i t - was ju^-t GreousbuTg'a "nigh-t to win." The Ifine-up: Councils vllle--14. · Greens burg--25. ( fone^ n - - "K*.- - -.n _. u - v lilblss Lujaok JT Bfcraser Mill-ar ..._ Bradley , Johnson ..-_-» __ »-G..TM_ Substitutione -- Schnua Kude for Sc-hruni, S'liaw tor Miller, Miller for Shaw, Ferencbsila for John - Anderson Wright _ Paigo tot Jones. Perjry Township Conquers Hurst ffigh School Quint; Btg Gftme Friday Evening North Union Wins From Georges Five To Lead Section 13 North Union Township High School chalked up a 26 to 13 triumph over Georges Township last .night 'to continue at the orest of Section 13, W. P. I. A. league. Tho warriors of Ray Welsh, after being nek! to an even tally in the first period, -broke away and increased the margin in the last three quarters, The line-up: North Union-- 26. ..... F. : -- .F, ..... a. Fisher 'Shifflbauor Dhazie Belong .,,... Georg es-~13. . ,rarr .'. Rhoaea , JKrtfeon ' WUaOai ..... ..:..., :.. Gates for _.. /Substitutions -- Rlshel , Kasmorsky for Fisher, Groasland fcr Shift'bauei', Goodish for U-hazle, Clary for Belong, Kula for Darr, Feather for Wilson, 'Field -goal-3-- Fisher, 33,' Shi/£bauer, 5; ,tlhaaie,'2; Selong, ,RJioaes, Krtzon, 2; WilsoTi.- -, · - - . Foul goals--North Union, 4 out o£ 1'2) Georges, 1 out of 15. Score" by periods : 7 1 0--13 ·Geprgeji ,--, - *- - ~ _., MAIN FLOOR WINS FROM ELECTRICALS IN CAPSTAN GROUP The Main Office won, the odd game ,from the Electrical** in tho.' Capstan Olass Bowling League on Elkcj alleyfl. Fisher was high with a total of 402 '[or the three games. A The Beorea: 4 , ELEQTHiCAL J. Amlrl6co'._ 122 ni5 05-- 330 Gebo - 131 1'47 130--398 Clawaon 131 10« 109-- :«u Beihel _.. 151 151 120-- 422 Solason 115 132 128--375 Dummy _ . ., _ S5 85 85-- 25!i Tolylii ,, 7 2 5 7 ^ 1 G R 7 -- 2 1 1 ( 5 The crack quintet of Parry Township High ScnooZ piled up a 3S-5 margin over Hurst Hinh of Mount Pleasant township last night to continue on the hoels of the leader of Section 12, W. P. I. A. League, Hurst was able to get through for a lofte le-ld goal while the other points camo from' the' f -ee line, three of the eight attempts being successful. ' ' Coach. Clifford Dickson's proteges, led by Swetts and Dangherty, who collected six field goals each, added to the margin In every quarter, Perryopolig i s a g j g £,,. tnc se ason'B greatest floor-encounter which is scheduled for next Friday eveniug. Duabar Township High is the premier attraction and this battle will have much bearing on the status of the two clubs in their division in the league. A triumph for U. T. will clinch the flag while a defeat for the Leisenring club- will p u t Perry in a tie for the top rung. The line-up: Perry--518. Daugherty Galley, ., Swells , Thrasher........ Baughman , JUI1C Substitutions--Jenkins for Galley. Field goals--Daiiffhei/ty, 6; Galley, Jenkins, Swetta, G; M:Googan. Foul goals--Perry, ; out of 15; Hurst, 8 out of 8. Score by periods; Hurst l Hoferee--Kelley. F F G G G Hurst--6 - Lehman .- ~M. Smith .--.W^. Smith .--McGoogan --,,--Joues 5--35 o-- 5 Pcrrus Miskinls ilAI.N OFFiflO 179 12Ii . j J - B- K I l u e Field l a -- (!. iPorriis 1 '. Misklnia J H , K l i n e l. Kte\-e«s .!). MAI ncci JO. Foul Rcuils -- I'aittlipi's, -1 out o£ fi; Juniors., 4 out of 10 C u n n i n g h a m .. JWJVlerell .. . Cohen B. ..Yoiuikin. 118 131 93 no 117 100 101 105 Hill- 4(iJ 12t-- 41Gi 100-- fl!5i 83-- 3Sli log-- ;{io 127-- 3 2 S ' Winning Grani Lottery Prize Endls Poverty \ --.-.---:. VIENNA, Feb. 1.--When the management of the Austrbn state lottery, after months of searching and the expenditure of a large sum of money in advertising, nnally located the ticket which won the- grand prize in the 102S Christmas lottery, they discovered that the owner was the wife of a poor peasant whose crop had been destroyed, by storms and whose horse Uatl fallen .m tho ice and t;o injurod UseU that it linkl to be killed, : Iu.' "'deflperalldn' t h - i woman had bogged her iui.sbnnil I j buy a lollcry ticket and, yle'dine to lier «nti'oo 4 ii("i, lie hud walked sovcica! juiilos fo f?H it. Tlmn huvhiR Uttlc J'a'tU in his luck lie [ml ihu liclco(. a \ ~ a y and forgot ubout, li ,until one du ? :when ho WOH re-minded.of its existence by seeing an advertisement In an old newsp'i^cr that the grand prize, winner had si )i y.et- put. in a p p e a r a n c e Sol tiSU 702- 22391 rcaulta. Tr.v tliwn. Field goals -- l/ujack, Miller 2, Bited- Jey* Fei^enohula,, Ilibbs S, Strasis«r 3, Anderaon 4, "Wright. Foul goals- -- Jones, 1 out of 3, 1 u- jack made one, Johnson, 1 Out of 3. Foronchula, made 1; Anderson, 3 out of 5; Paige, 2 out of 3. j Caseys Win Again, Defeating Newell By Twenty Points The Casey; Club registered, another victory last night,'defeating the Pitts- buxg Lake Erie Railroad clubi at Newell by a margin of 20'points. Thd score- was 61-41. Schilling's passing was responsible 1 for many of the Casey jfteld goals al- tiiough he registered only twice himself. The team play ot the victoi-s as a whole showed considerable improvement. The. line-up: Caseys--(il. ; -p. ... Schilling Brown--~, Phillips Me Clear y Declementi' 1». E^-ll. . JTobeH ._.._ Moflit- -L. Woods Stevenson -- Becker ,..,,_'G. Substitutions -- Ferenchula for Brown, -Wills for Schilling; Brian for Jobos, Stoner for Moiflt. t Field goals--Brown 12, Phillips 7, Ferenchula 5, Deelementi 3, Schilling 2, Woods 10, Becker 3, .lobes 2, Moflit 2, Bryan 2. Foul goals--Cascjys '3 out o£ 8; P, L. B., 3 out of 10. Referee--Burgoyne. PACKERS TAKE ODD CLASH FP.OM MOULD i LEAGUE DUCK TEAM The Packers defeated the Mould Shop in the odd game In tho Capstan Glass-Duckpin"./League. Miller was high with a total of 447 foj tho match. The scores: - MOULD SHOP G r i f f i t h s . . Bryto ....... isnyder Jamison ____ Sohonage .. . Jollffe Totalfi Kay lor . Atkinson . ixuidefeH 119 139 124 120 130 125 140' 07 73 116 125 121- 106--365 117--35:: !)S-- 222 . .,.,-- 207 116-- 362 170-- 420 135-- 256 700 «77 -74a--2185 PACKING .. ..'161 110. King ... . Miller Tola is . OS 100 us 119 !·! 114 127 117 167 153-- 414 120-- 285 11G-- 330 147-- 392 91-- 327 II!)-- 4il - . ,, 71-1 729 752--2195 Look ins.' for II' wi, read the ailvcrtihiig columns ot Tho Daily

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