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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 3, 1930
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::;«;',:,""' ·-",.-;· · ', if!;", MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, JL9SO. Basketball X-flOffl DAILY COUKrETR., CONNELLY JVJXiLB, 'PA. NINBI. By JAMBS M. DJttSCOLL. G WORLD IJI V¥ V^lXJLjJL^ I , ' . . u Basketball Buicks Conquer esne LaFayette Teani U Scattdale Makes Grea Fight to Overcome -Lead ¥My ' T ' v "~\^^ - t* f . *.·? 5 t » ivi* **y¥*^ t * n ^·^ ' . - f ^·'·- * * · * * , . Of Allegheny 60* Wll Totvners Tie Score In Third Qnarfer and Pull,, Ahead in Final Frame. TO MEET CASEYS « WEDNESDAY NIGHT ijhoolboy Baseball Star , Big League Material SCQT*l'DALE, Fob, 3--The fluicke, . orauk inaepend«n(, floor t;onting,ont [/' Which 5s made up ot, local talent,^ Hooi'Qd si big eurji'ifle, in tiasketbal^' cirdlee Saturday night -when the pre- Wt«r quintet of W^-sWrn Ponnaylvfttii^ --·the Diiquesne LaFayette--wait ! defeated by a 6eor«i of 36 to 34 in one of tHe greatest garnet, ever -vVitnesseii at tho State Armory. Displaying a game fighting 6j?iri't that bespoke ot I he enthusiasm oj! colloglate and scholastic encounters, tbg Bulcka made a gallant stand-aticl overcome a decisive advantage 'that; tho Plttsburgors had piled up In tha flret quarter ·wh.en they* outscored ih-e Millers, 10 to 3. Duquesne at all times, was dan- gorous and kept the ' Sco'ts hustling every mlaute of tb« game. However oivc« tile ButcM got their . bearings ithoy continued, to litt»«mi»br away at the s^ven point le^rt ot t#e- thre«' time champioiib of ^he Allegheny County Loague and on,4e tH4tat« independ^ilt title holders.! \ ' I / The scrappy work ot the Scotties brought them into a tie position when the third round hud expired and the | final stanza Bav some real basketball play. In four minutes the clubs evened the UUly at 81 points. Soon tho Scottdale athletes hammered away at the net and increased th«lr count to 36 pointjt befor-e the LaPayettes got .the range of tho basket. ; The final wJiietlo'{founded when the Smoky,Cty r*presantatlv«a were etlll two points shy of deadlocking the sco?e. / On Wednesday evening th* Bnicks wall Journey to Conneltevilte to encounter tbjo Casoy Olub. The Bilioks--$6 Btiquesne--3-1 Fuller -- ^F B. Minnick Brookmttn ~ - F ."Whltehead Huntsmen ,_. C Wunderlich J, Cafferty ,- G I Benedict Martin ; i. G Fik« Substitutions--Turk for J. Cafferty, J. ; Mlnhick for E. Mlnniok, 'Wiheoerge-r for Wunderlich, Moran for Qubby, Giibby for Moran. Field goals--Buller 4, Brookraan 2, Hurkstrian 6, J. Cafferty, Marlin 3, Turk, S. Mfnnlck 5, J. Minnick, Whitehead 3, Wunderlh h' 2, Benedict 3, Qubby. Fouls--Fuller, missed S; Huntsman; 4 out of 5; Mfl,rlifi, nsleeed 2; B. Min- iilck, 2 out of 3; ^Vhitehead, 2 out of 2; ·Wundarllcb, imies^d 1; Beuedict, mls- eed 3. S'coring "by quartors Scottdale ____ -j__ 3 Duqueene _____ i ___ 10 Referee -- Murphy. 11 10 12 8 10--36 S -- 34 Eighteen-year-old Billy Marshall, of Dorchester, MJasn., has been signed to pi»y with th* Lynn t««n of th« Nrtr -England L«**u« for next sewen. Only, his agre, «sa aad w*l«ht hT« kapt Mfcrshall frortt btadns » finajor le»gti« even at hia t«ft4,*r ^K«., J?.ftcUr*d to ba th«t grtatest scfiijolboy b*Sc- ball'player In Massachusetts last yesur, iVIarflhall batttd' .700 'and clicked out'twelve .-.triight hUs, quit* a mark even for' schoolboy playinj. Spirts Comment ' By JOHH H. W*iO!ttC. " Ste o£ basketball! ' -Perry »Township is J "het up" over iis e Frllay Anight with" Dunbar and ' it being o'~ "Unlepe Perry whipe tha Shearer Wys, LeJeetfring again cops tho pennani in,SeCtkn 2£II, V..P. I.. A. League. Dunbar is well aware of thai and the two-point margin scored at the D." T. camp gives Perry an inside track for the Friday setto. However, Dunbar has been ahle to come through eomo difficult situations. What will the etory be^--on Saturday? , Prinm Camera', the human elephant, stores ka;«J In nrst' round--says tb.«J headlines. Boding commissioners Who Witnessed ' tne "bout tore-reh.' a bit pleased bt«ttue^ Sijezar. Woux, Canadian, didn't swing a slngle^time at the giant, Tne . com'missiriner's t idecldfe they will ^isk^th^ 33 .slttt^ gttided. by the Natloral Jtoxingj. , Gomjaidon to ban them. * t , _ . . , TOWNSHIP SEXTET DEFEATS DUNBAR BOROUGH CAGERS The Dunbar Township girls, coaohel by Jimmy Maloy, the Durfbar floor star, defeated the borough, lassie* in a hard fought game by a score of 1 t6 6, Livingston and Berron featured for tha winners while Burhans played ,a nice game for the losers, scoring all of the point? for that, contingent Keshenberg did some- nice- guarding, keeping down the scor« considerably; with fast and clover work. The line-up: ' I unbay Hlffh--0 Totmsliip--12 P1DSTONE PAGERS MEET PERIIY SQUAD TUESAY EVENING Coach Clifford Dicksort's Commodores Will get Into a workout game tomorrow ul$ht when the Perry TawnsMp High quintet journeys to Redstone Township for an exhibition baitle as the Terry/basketeers mtko ready tor tho season's oittatandln^ clash on Friday evening with Dunbar Township at Perryopolls. (tkl]pef Dickson plans to use his regulars throughout the satire fray so that they will be in aeat shape for the Leisanring clan which travels to Perry lu · gatno tliat means "do or die" tor the Cotnmoctores. All eyes of followers of Section XII, W. P. 1. A. L., will bo focused on this encounter. IOWA IS GIVEN CLEAN SLATE BY BIG TEN BOARD By a unanimous vote of the faculty representatives oE tU® Western Conference Saturday nif;M. University ot Iowa w«s reinstated to good .stiuullrtg in ixnferenoo in athletics. The voluntary "house cleaning" ot the Institution -prompted tho action. It was; said. Iowa recently declared 27 of 1Us atliletea ineligible. DiNello ___ ^ Burhane F _ ., F .Lvingston Herron Bricker Slaughter, Miller C ,, Crone ,,.,,_,,,,_ _ SO .. Reehen berg ____ ,, G SuDstltution-- Zlekd for Martin. ' Field goals-- Burhans 3, Herron Livingston 3. Fouls-- None. 2, SUTERVffiLE STARTS DRIVE FOR MEMBERS TO B06ST CANAL PLAH Suterville is malting a drive to enlist members in thcj ¥oughldghen i y River Improvement As sooitton and leaders there are Hoping to 'enroll practically every male citizen. Oil Sunday an appeal for members was made over rad'io station "WOOP broadcasting froni Oakford Park on behalf of the SuXeryllie advocates. "Do It now" was the mossage to the citizens oi t^e Communities located along the Youghlogheny River, BETHANY COLLEGE DEFEATS DBQDESNE BASKETBALL SQUAD BHltany Co!leK« cuino through with a 41-30 -daeislou over Duquesne Uul- vcr.'.lty SaUirday night at the. former's COU:'t. ' The brilliant . - p l a y ot Dauseroer, with «lght field souls, featured tha our classified Legionnaires Being Taugfht Expression \ * - ^ PHIDAD.ELFHIA, B*eb. S.---When i the Pennsylvania LegloiiJtalre telle liis grandchldreii o f . how th$ Tweuty- iiighth Division won the war his tale will not be told in the very exprealve English eomettmos employed by the members of the A. E. F. No, Sir! Thi- "art of expression" Is being! taught to Philadelphia Leglohnaires here now. Under the auspices of the Board of Education, local Legion posts have sponsored a series-of 1C lectures in which the hard-boiled "top kicker" ·will be taught the proper, way to express himself. Tlie edage, that "you can fool people son»0 of ,the tlaie, but not all of the people all the time 1 ' by no^ applies to tha 'olaias that -] bo'slng. Bsrn'uta said a mouthful. ' , j-- There's tt bunch of olcteey bowlers in th© various duckpin league In the city considering; this freetu4nt "reports of tallios irf b'etter than""200' r for an individual'f work' in a single dntee-L Bill Doyle's Orange and Black hope to olimb n notch in the W. P. I. A. League Frvttay night at the expense of Jeannette, '^6coKd place team ift tfte Section 1x. ScJttdill« wautp to go Into that position fi-nd is p^Ulifie for a Coker wiii. · ' Indications are that tho WeBtraore- Jand county flcholastic baSkeibalf tournament will be held on burg High courts. Atlantic entry look, ^With welcoming eyes to th* return, of Mike Ryba to the roster! T^lie brainy athlete \vas a big help to tb4* Littte, Cardinal* lant eea^ son cjid hln Rll-arotind. dollity pulled Skipper Byw j«t of quite a lew tough predicaments. They'Bay that'the boy can sock the apple--and how! .. Billy Carter contends that his amateur flfltlcuffers will show the slmon- purce of Cumberland something new when they beaeige the Maryland city within two weeks for the, first of their Inter-city meete. 1 ·-- IVTiile -we haven't h««rd from Wella tor sonie "Um«, It can be taken for gratitd that the former Yongh Valley Independents' rnottiid ace is getting- refcdy for thft 1980 grind as a twirling slar for Bob 8hiwkey's J^ew York Yankees, PENN STATE MAKING PLiNSJpRMAt MEET STATE ddLtJEGE, Fab. 3.--Plans tor the entertainment and handling of several hundred visitors to''the annuel wrestling (ournamen't of the l^jytkmal Collegiate Athletic Association to bo held here March 28 and 20 are rapidly being formulated,' according to Neil M. FlenUta|:, graduate manager of ath-- letlos at the Pennsylvania-' State' College. Invitations to' participate will be twht to fieveral hundred inetitutlonu known to 1'ost^r wrestling. I'he 1629 totirnamenl at Ohio State University drew 78 entries for fhe preliminary rounds, - , JFARMER DECIDES NEXT CROP IS 'GREtfN FEES' KANSAS OITY, MO., .Fab, 3.--An- otue Miasonri fat-hier hafl decidod his stibur^aifl acre'a cah jfrow^ another crop this yar and, planting and building is already underway With that in mind.- _ · The crop ,'is the familiar product "green's fees." ThS most recent addiliiofe to .the fee courses If be established about Kansas Cit}*is a 102 atre farm a short distance ea.Jt of -heire which has beou farmed by 1 J: A. stray-ton for Mired decades. A club house has beefl completed. ' Resort to Blond Transfusions. MONROVIA, Cal.,- Pe:. a.--To aid Mabel N.ormand's fight n^alnst tuher- f culosls, In which she hai barely boon able to hold her own, th.* motion picture star withla a few tlays will undergo the tlrst of several blood traas- fitaintuL Alverton ALVERTON, Feb. 3.---IvIr, and Mrs. Ross Kalp of Scottdale were callers here Sunday.^ Miss FretHla Galling of Tarr wa's a caller heTe 'Sunday. · I. H. Oramtil- has bfeeh ill oi his home for the past Week and is slowly recovering. Mrs. Emma ..Keslar of ;Rufl'adale Was an Alferton Ciillef .Sunday. llovival services will begin at the Church of Ood on Mondhy evening, February 2, Rev, Snavely ot Hagers- towh, Md., will be the evangelist. Mrs. MoAndoo Was 'a Scottdale shopper Saturday. Mr. add Mrs. John SlcJnW called on Alverton rt-latives on Saturday evening. Mrs. -.Sarah- Shotts has been confined to her- home for a few days on account of illness. S O R D S P O I N T S ·v · ·; · · ; » He Dees--'And fiojvir! i. ^i., j'. Caseys Clash op Wednesday With Povferi ?iil Buick Quint; Well Krijbwri Stars to Appear vex YESTERDAY BY 'A.L. T HE passing, oi Joe (Iron Ma.,) - McGinnifcy^ aai Brooklyn 13- cently recalls to mind 0oxue of t tq exploit* of thii,, great ;old raocu d War holrse. ] His »t»mina dtUrlttc th yean* tt his groateart activity wddf a man ?l to behold. Hl» amn truly eeam«d to bs a tblny of wroug-ht Iron, ptiab 9, but ioug-h -B!ut'ltf?av*--way moon sr than was probably necestary, T 10 ·train was t6o greftt ,. several years Ago, Jo*, griiizl - veterofi, told tee -w^iWr thiit he ret 1- ly r«{rrelte4 J)l« (anaoUa 1 sobrlifc jt "Iron ManJ? ' , "If they hadn't had, me pitch tho t» double-hettderfl,'' he Salfc, "^t -wot'd ha.v^'Kad a few inoro s«asonft at 1 10 top. I ruined 'ttiy arm in a few d'ayi ." Th« double-headera Joe i-«farred lo were ths thr« twin bllis Jie pitch -a for the Giants In l6s, waning : 11 B)X games. If the strain of those ahie« ruin ' Joe's arm. ft was not appo,r«nt ·i ifi following year, for Joe aftaln led 1 10 Kational league pitchers in 1904. Joe hurled lor^tho Ciialits in t 10 days when Chrinfy Mathewgon w i» th'e darilngr of the Gotham fans, B tt mighty Joo otttpitclied the sre ;t Matty, for several wjasons. McQlnnlty'H. fame -dates from t is Giants, but he vrai) really a tire it moundsnKtfi bbfora K6 *var donn -4 the coldfB of nranhti,ttan, - · " In tho x season- oi' 1900,"?lcOlhn^ y hurled thn BrotjklJPiw to *.*,pt»nna) t; tThie ^as- 1 I n . pYe*.*vf6rli siurlaf) -Ja ti *nd an'yttvlns? ·fh^.t, oofuri^d $bit ·» th» cortmencBJtiant cf iln »tinv ·.! clashes bebv'odn^'th* Aniertcan a ··! National Icasrue oVairipionii in ftpt o be rwwdtil AS Stonn agfl stnfj by t - I Keagy Corner Meets Millers Team Toiig at Another formidable foe will oppose the Keagy Ooi'nor qunitot Uiial evefi ng at 7:30 o'clodk al. tha Slate Arm ry in tho person of the Blue Wl ite passers of Scottdale. The Visiting combination is m vde up' of former Scottdalo High Sch 20! floor stars and a number of them- h ive appeared In some o£ tho jyamcs of he Soottdale- Buicks, the cra;k qui: tet that swept through tb powei ful Duquesna LaFayette^ last rwek. It was said that Collias, Zinimerir in, Brookman, the Cafferty boys and Jo- waakey are among tlifese on the B uo White roster. The Keagy Corner team has ,b on going at a x n!Ety pacij and apparel tly are in lor a .stift. session, Hero In Bombing. CHICAGO, Jan. 3.--Thrown, inti a panic by a bomb explosion, 300 r sr- souS stampeded in a theatre In HI is- dale, suburb, last night, Outsicli rg, led by tho Rev. R. J. Lee, Episco lal clergymaii, guidied the spectators to safety .without any being; iidured,. : The Casey Clnb has Its "big game" of the season here on' Wednesday night when It will play the Scottdale Snicks, class of th« Westmoreland county serai-pro outfits, The Buicks on Saturday night demonstrated a powerful offense to whip the Du- qnesne LaFayettes, regarded as the fastest floor organization in Western Pennsylvania, The Casey team, composed ,,of young material, is hoping to make a good showing agaihst the- Buicks'. At any ( rate, the new Irish line-up will get a lot of good experience. The visiting quintet^' is made up, for the most part, of athletes^ well known here. Three of the club'lorm- erly played with the Unity Fraternity and two for the Caseys. Huntsman, MtUlln and Fuller have all worn. {he purple anil gold of the Frat, which trganization did not play a Quintet in the/ arena this season, and Turk and Cafferty were contenders for the , ,. The ga-me will' get. under way at 8:30 o'clock tind will b'e preceded by a preliminary at 7:30, NORTH IWf TEAM CONQUERS DUNBAR BOROUGH Mount Pleasant Passers ' J I ' i i i ose Ni Pfll BASKETEEKS LOSE FIRST CLASH TO SYRAtlJSE TEAM Charley Hyatt, HIghty Panther FWflrd, Limited to Thl-ee ! , [ I'ield Qoiils. WINNERS SHOW AMAIN FORM 'a^toiuletred urday flight ik 1-' triumph basketball 'machine/ a tutle' "set back Sal^ Syracuse jscqred a "Doc! 1 ddfleon'n guintejb-whieh had" chalked up 12 eon- decisions. and Armstrojig, strong r d s , '.squelching .tup mighty 'Charley Hyatt and limiting him to^ three ^' fleltlgoais,i the Syracuse baakeeteers' rait wiW^ ehoottr g 18 field goals;- Beagle and Kaiz gelt Ing seven each wirile ,riajfp[«jn fe$t lotar ,to lead, ^luV.hlt'lhe^jlnr' aa- it attempt-^ Jfe fttflkdT It lustra ght wins ' Syratius'e appeei'Ing'the'maetjr ai lxth| etyles ot play -i- the*brflliattt, trlckjfeC4 aiiother'good year, Ittciden- .'^. .,,._.. ..... ^j ,,.._.. «---^ he Mount Pleasant game te tli'e vfFnceg i, v 1'errydpolJ,! Basket/ Ml/CH IN D unbar Tow peh,i actloti · to- basketeers will iswl/iotfk, ttioet- morrdw eveh n^tttigh High in.' ing Mount Pieasar the, Leise'n- an exhibition, ir ', ring No, t syJ^|i?Q to kee|i th'p . The game sho'for the big- townsbtppei'Bjlrnt battle of the geet an-t mi', «cti6n Xlt "W. P* rogulaV scl||dv billed" for Friday I. A, League spoils floo'f. MoUnt evening at thjidable aggregation and ha,felub... should prove th«».yy outnt. troUbleBOri-aearer'rt cohorts were Coach. ^ek Whefi they expeV- otf co|otable difficulty ^n win- ienced.jC Huntingdon.. I-Jowever ning frV confident that Ijis war- the m«i themselves of 1 fcae snag Mora i again ready to whip the an3 thus far the Red and /, 'K weatlier the etorm su-cceea- ' force that en- from putting every to block U .ling of the second half of the ; pa«elng attack aad tho rough, long Followers of the Panther*; had 6i-)nrlng schedule made up of 19 pected the team to come through'.'*ipi'es. A triumph will insure the an undefeated season', but many f f4ftt at least better thaa a .500 break that thfe bbye of "Doc" Car}son 'yfig- 'the entire campaign. However, the T(teumf$ of oyer-conflden'ce a^'ftQ DunbarittM should loee no more begaa'their rtfad jurney, ,^'«,'han three gomes, if that. After the-.Mount ^Pleasant battle the work for the. Perry Townesliip 't*est will begn. This will be the real classic tind the Heel and-^laejc is aware of the fact that a. triurriph;:will virtually clinch for it the championship ot Section XII. Perry-well knows that a defeat for X.eisijnring, will.put it into a tie.fdr the pehnafat: Pick your winner yet? BOSWELL GIRLS DRO? : * CLOSE FLOOR CONTL TOROOtWOOD^ 1 Feb. 3~ RpcP over lasoiee scored a 12-W "Boswell HigU at the lattehe two point advantage naif ·was maintained-'by «eztet. ' ' The line-up: Eoftkwood-- 12 Zearfoss. 'B. McVicke^r. Henry. iosivell --10 ,_ M. fetoi-ner Martin HUater .Sh Irey JH. Ho/'ner Burflsvforth R. McVlcker, gpelcher, raT tor Speicher, Substitutionster, Airsman for R.-'Marti a for Shlrey. arfos* 3, E. Viofcor, A. Jarfose, 2 out of 7 j Btoul 4; li. Hortter, 3 out 5 ou t of 8.' of Oj A. ZTS GLEANINGS on 'Tokers ttavel to Jeannetti 'ly evening, for an' hw. P. L A. League, ir" * * , * , . May, totrnerly a-.raeniber oi the li. A. Basketball team here, The North UntCm students of Coach' : Dunbar Borough .High, Dunoar and caitteji" tally over',the closely guarded,'cjonteett .Emery and Burton for the TigerS while 'w«tmu;uu, t-j forward o£ the Dunbarftte, ^ tea'm. l ^ ^ a Dunbar played' lie best ganwj,'^ season and indications dl ' Q ;|]ak club will snap oiit of its losing The ih|e-np: Kortli Union--1 Bmery L_ F .._ -^---' taocoo Burton J. Vers_, j , , v Is biggegt regtet is he can't be here Ti^rs, Iotnj 0 « Btrut my s t u .ff for" fte Keagy' Cor' '' " rf ,.-,,. G G Substitutions - moccQ, Barachino for C for DeMott, Field goals--Bmery Vere, DeBlaelo, diambi Foul goals--Ciamocf Vers 2, Qrimm. for Cia- JESS HA1NES WIN ''M. -- The Cardinal^ ST. LOUI'S,?f; comeback in 1930 -will stage a a?f oa( tcast by Jess ,. .eon. g,t, a, _ candidate for Second base on. 'the. Stanford UaJVersity nine. He has already attracted' the' attention of the coach, Tho 'lad is' a sophomore, His lather also pyed second'baie, * * * Wash-Jeff alumni are much dis- pleaBea with the gi'idiron policies of the school ahd a stdrm of protest has followed in the wake of 'the elimination of the Pitt game from the 1030 Schedule. * * * "I have always m'dt thefr termt before. It's now time they meet mine," is Babs iluth's attitude 1^ IiW 8' larv dispute with the Now York Yankess, a situation which has grown serioue. ROCKWOOD QUINTET LOSES FIRST (MI IN SOMERSET LOO* BOS'WBl-iD, Feb. 3--Ro«kwood suffered its first defeat in the Somerset County League when Bdswell tibok' a 2G--22 tally. The victors had a tittree point margin at hte half And kept In the lead. rival teams are entrie^ in Sec' tiori B of the'league. ' ' The Hneiip: Boswoll--2$ Stotler.. Ball Daniels , Phillips,. F . -C G . G JlockWood -- ^23 ..White -JClniinel -Kreger _ -- Zufall t o r Reese, Substitutions--Homer Meyers for Ze : arfo66. Field ffoalB--Spotter, Ball 2, Battlels 3, Phillips 4, Kiriunel 4, Rsese, White, Zearfo6S, Kregor." · Foul goals--Stotler, 0 out of 3; Ball, 1 out of 1; Daniels, 3 o)it Of *; White, 1 out of 4; Klmipel, 3 out f l 4; Ze'ar- foss, 3 out 6£ p; Kreger, 1 out of 1; 0 out of 2, Referee--Osirorne. STAWTREASURY Perryopoii* if hurler, are to season Hainee, stai; F come true. 1,^1^^ the Haines, V? commented with 13 vict,^ j uat wasn't'our year St. Louis tttjr e weT6 out in f r o n t lasL seaon ir s i um p and I see no until we b^ can ' t com e hack and reason wh, throughout next sea- lead the son. Tfcy ; Class Hied Ads. 'jig ·· results. PJ3RRYOPOLIS, Feb. 3 -- A. M. Snyder, B. I. Ramsier and J. D. Ctriflt- mad ware visiting the Perry Towi ebip High School Thursday. Mre. John Simon o£ Akron, Olno, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Joseph. Mre. Simon, formerly Mies Ida Joseph, is a graduate ot the Terry Township High School, with, the -lass of 192? and was married to Mr. S mon In June, .02R. Annet: i Luce and Lucille Carerm of this place attended a party heh' at Fayelle City on Tuesday evening The girts spent the night with the former's eister, Mrs. Percy Hall. AT ?77,376lS HARiRISBURG, Feb. 3.-- The ly report -of Slato Treasurer IMward Martin shows receipts for January swelled the balance of all hinds in tin? Treasury to -a balance never. betoMV reached, ?77,375,015.SJ. Receipts for- iTdmiiry were $2 p J,(MI3 422.54, and. disbursements were $14,- S6'2,605.4S. BRAND LEADS LION QUINTET SCORING STATJS COLLEGR, Feb. 8.-- Pred Brand, center, leads the Penu State basketball lean-/ in scoring for the rtrst six games, according to figures compiled by the athletic association. Brand has played In every game and has scored 1C field goals and sevea free throws for ^, totarof 37 points. San Salvador Sp6nttn£ High SAN SALVADOR, Salvador, Fib. 3. --The volcano San Miguel, smoldering for some time, has broken into full activity and is spouting fine lava high into the air. Alarm is felt in niigh- borliis towns. - Storm Sweeps France. LONDC-tf, Ffrb. 3.-- Violent tempests pounded and crippled many craft on the cast Atlantic last night and spread destruction xilong. the · French coast. Three ships were reported In distress and one was abandoned. Flro Youths Killed. POMONA, Cal., Jan. 3.--Five high, school boys were killed last night when the automobile in which tney were riding plunged 80 feet into a canyon. A sixth youth was critically iuinrad.

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