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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1930, DAILY COURIER, CONNELLY ILLE, PA. Basketball THE DUNBAR TOWNSHIP WIILL TRY FOR 10TH VICTOJYT01GHT Mount Flcasftnt's Strong Quintet to Appear at Lolsen- ring ?»o. 1 Gym. WORLD PERRY BILLED FOR NEXT GAME When Dunbar Township High goes Into action tonight at 3:16 o'clock ' agalnet Mount Plaaa.it'e passers, the Red and Black will lie making bid for tho 10th consecutU'B victoiy of th« 1930 campaign. Th« contest IB scheduled for the- Lo-aenrlng No. 1 gymnasium. Tho Shearer machine has swept through nine contest* In a row and twlao Scottdale and 13aat Huntingdon 'J^ownuhlp have tasted de-feat. Tho others who \vcvo conquered are Porry Township, Hurst, Bello Vornou, Pay- rtto City and SowicUley Township. D. T, has hit a enag ancl Ita last two contusttt have been unplonsuut to tho skipjor who is anxious to gH the boys in ttwlr atricle for the Mountlos In vlow of the fact that thle battle pve- the important W. p. I. A. League Friday evening at Perryopolie. Following Perryapolis will come Hurht, Fuyolte City, Hello Vernon, Sowukley, Unlontown, Mount t'ieaHant and Conuollsville aro the aueceediug · opponent^ In tho ord »r inentioiied. In v e v e n t Dunbar wins tho championship of Section 12, W. P. 3. A, Loogue, the Cokw dates may be changed. Sports Comment By JOHN H. WHC'RIC Winning -streaks can't lat forevor, Oftimes th«y flerve to work hard- ehlps oil the morale of tha team. Pitt was "walloped «Jtter taking Ifl wins in a row. Pofleihlj the defeat will serve to inspire tho players to greater deed*. I'erry Township High School girl basketfrera have bean plaj Ing a much better brand of "ball alnct- taking one on the chin from tho Cokehurg-Ella- worth sextet, BROWNSVILLE DISTRICT FRICK IN MEET John E. Strubl© Is Tottstmaster At Sixth Annual .Safety ttanquet, B. J. MURPHY CHIEF SPEAKER John B. Strublo of this city was to.isi master at the eixtti annual safety banquet of the Brownsville district of tho / ( C. Frick Coke Company, served Saturday evening at the White Swan Hotel, Union-town, with 195 persons at the uiblon. Bartley J. Murphy ot Mount Pleasant, assistant safety director, was the speaker of the even ng. His theme was "Safoty llesults for the Year 1D2D" Informal Uilks were given by Clay K Lynch of Creeneburg, general eup- cvlntendont of the company, and Wil- lUm H. Howarth and Harry Pythyon, state mine Inspectors 1'l.ints reiircsented wore Bridgeport, Colonial No. 1, Colonial No. 2, Colonial No. ; and Maxwell. Dunbar Townshlp'fl quintet Is Ing under a "big strain Inasmuch ae It has ecored nine oonacutlvo trlumpha. It's natural that th« bojs would be worred by th© taot that sooner or later the "straight win" apiue will be knocked belter skelter, Sammy Caliguire, erstwhile manager of .League of. Nations, in-kkea bid for footlights fame, He made hla d«out as u comedlan-danee-r and crooiilnR warblar Saturday night .it the V. V. j W. banquet and scored a big hit. It was a nice piece of woi k and, then too, he practiced only two weeks, Goodbye baa-oball, Hello stage! Eh, Sammy? Dehrons, center of B, T. H. floor team, ha« lioon playing J neat brand of baektball. Whllo he does not havo the experlenco of some 1 1 the otli»re on the rosier, the young ciap has be«n giving an excellent account of hiuisell And unices there I« another post- ponoment the Middle Atlantic Ixsagne will hold a meeting on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at H.rtel TlUow. Unlontown. The 1930 soh'vjtil* will be brought Into th« conferem e. Th« play will begin either on May S or 9, according to tentative plan . Not that U matters but- Jo« Sniegal, Union town box«r, got a real Christ- rudtf gift decteion ov«r lleavner last week, according to locai flBticuffere who saw the bout. Union town mad» a big fuss about the neu ral officials and "naturally" they pr ictlco what they preach. The Caeoy Club is gotnr to wtep out tomorrow night, meeting 'he powerful Scottdale Buicks at the Armory. The Westmoreland couiily twm -whipped Duqu«ane L«iFayotte«, tho Allegheny county champions for thrt e yeere, last week In a great struggle. This should be an incentive tor a (iat^clty crowd. The Keagy Cortvern ,\re howling about a gam* with th« Cteoys, Th«y licked Perry Plremon while th* Caaeys got a bad trimming, supp irterw of the Corner team say. Speaking from e bawsoaH etandpoint, how can 64 hits le mad«' in a game without scoring a run? Impossible? Well, read this column Uniorroiv. International Student Council at Bucknell By United Press. LEWIS BURG, Feb. 4.--While the "big five" conference Is meeting in lxnlon, plans for a I'an-Paclflc in.er- natkmal students' couforonco to be hold neoct month at Hucknell Unlver- nily, aro going forwaid here. About 50 Htudents, ropresonting all Pacific countries aro oxpeetod to attend. The Camilo 0«ias, resident commlssionor from tho Philippine^ to tho Houae of Representatives, A similar conference of. students from Latin American countries waa he-Id at Bucknell last y-ear. Use our classified udvortlsements. By JAJtES Iff. DJUSCOLL, t Basketball TIGERS WIN ODD GAME IN DUCfCPIN LOOP FROM CATS The Tigers won tho od' game from the Wildcats last night on the Elk alleys. Shaw was high .rlth a, total of 401 for throe games. Tho scores: WILDCATS. Slkora --.,, ,_~--107 li i 130 S78 Brtnker -- 1415 11! Ill 370 Flerschnaller _.._ 90 l i t 125 328 Dummy 03 IK! 89 298 Totals Shaw -P. Lohan Percy Panzella 43fi 4 8 ! TIOERS. _160 11i 93 161 ~ ... .111! 15'» 132 Hi, 455 1375 90 95 80 146 401 362 855 394 Totals ,,. .501 57J 42S 1502 i Boston Gob Prepares for Rattle Keagy Comer Is Victor Over Bke And White Quintet Tho Keagy Corner basketball tivam defeated tho Blue and White qlub of Scottdale at the State Armory last nlglit by a Score of 33-19. Brookmmi, T. Cafterty and J. Cafferty, all of tho Buick club, participated in the contest for the visiting team. The Keagy quintet Is Btrivi ig for recognition as a real oontoncer for honors and tomorrow evening, mooting tha Maoontown CollogUna iu a pro- liminary to the Casey-Bulck fiay, expect to establish themselves. The Collegians hold a decisive win over the Monongahela Valley Of Brownsville, wbicli quintei Last night handed the Catey Club a severe setback. If tho Keagye are able *.o trim Ma.aon.towu, thon they will clsim, on the haste of comparative scores, tho r'.ght to ineot the best. The line-up: _-F -- IIF 1 .-- Fioto SOJBSOII , N wa«ky Zimmerman Brookman Gollinb Scene at the Miami Beach Kennel Club as -t Boston ob { Jack Sharkey vented his spleen on the big health aa he bajf in his first day's training routine. The I P.hil Scott on fnset) looked the picture of prepared for his bout with Feb. 27. Buicks, Conquerors of Great LaFayettes, Play Caseys Duquesne Here Tomorrow Seottdalo Passers Will Attract Many fl ho Admired Former Local Ntars, GAME TO START AT 8i30 O'CLOCK! ConneDsvri* bavketball fans arts in- terostod in Ui« playing- h « e lonwiroiv · night of the ScottctalP- HuirV*. f o n l »id«r«l the »e*t independent tub m e Westmoreland county. Tlt' Sewn'mooi ' ths Cnwy C u b , comt»"l*«l of yo-iu- stws who hive b*fn trot-no: *el all season. ! Since th* Uulcks tnmmf-d LaFaf«H.te» en Saturday nlRhl teTi»»t In thti team h,is creased, and with the slsilore l l u o - i p comprl«wd of former Unity Fr and Casey t lub stars, it w1H seeing "hotnV boy» in artton to witness the play of the Mill Townisra Marlln aid Fuller, two former Scottdalo Ul,;h stars, who also p t i ) i d ' with thu Frat for ftevera! eeeaona, a r ' polng good i gain ihis year, and t h e i r i r u n n i n s mat«j« are Turk and Catf'Tty, j once Caaey C lub uaombfra. Thn other | play«r knotm hero is lluntmnnn, J whoao preeitc-o on thtf Frat c-lub pub- lie bed its fame far and wida. Tho Irish organisation i« all set for the fray, havins been in action almott continuously nin:o thv midnlio ot last week. Tho opening whistle will blow at 8:30 o'clock and at TuIiO o'ftlo;k thoro will bo a good prolimiuary. ConneUsville Club Boxers In Milwau Flgbt Promoter in With UM, GLEANINGS Golf Player a Bride Helen T. Paysoa, one of the ranking (vomcn golfers of America, and Philip Langdon Cvrson, Philadelphia district amateur champion, ·were married at Portland, Me., They sailed from New York on the Bremen for a Continental honeymoon. I (nt*rn*UoniU ' Tho groundhog may have scon his shadow on Sunday but that dklrt t mean a thlnj; to Sammy Mlniek and Horiry Oip*rmun, uiombeifl of Liu- Unity Fraternity baseball club Tlioiio athlotes are taking advantage ot -ie warm dayh t loosea up their a i m s in preparation tor an early opeuiuf.; of the season". * * * Rabo Ruth's threat to retire, made yesterday, has caused no great f l ' h - i y of excitement, uitiier among tho tana or In tho Yankee official circles. Maiy bclievo Babe would rather tnko the generous o f f t r mnd by Colonel Hii7i- perl than to auli. altogether because he can't havt a few thousand raoro. * n + With Ohailey Hyatt making llio deciding basket In sin ovortimo penod, Pitt lust night defeated Fordham Col- leee, 34-27. Cubtead ot "freoKiug" tnc ball after Hyatt's effort had put the Panthers inix the lead, llio olul) pressed on a ad enlarged lhf mnrgin v it- * West Virginia ITnivcibity lobt lo Qcorgotown laat night, J4-;il, in a hot engagement at Washington. * * * There are many fans who want tho Unity 1'YateraUy to organise- a Hub strong enough to compete with the Scottdale Buicks and piay one or two games before the season i over. The matter 1 Is under advisement * ^ * Bethany lo( by a good margin to Wertminj3ter College at New Wilmington la.flt inght, :M-UO. * * * Hack Wilson, center fielder for Ohi- ago, has signed a contract for IflSO, it is bolioveu he received a bub- btantiai increase in salary * * * The St. Vincent College augers rc- ived an unexpected setback last night when Klski won, 47-23. Justfee Aide Qultw, OKLAHOMA CITY, l^eb. 4.--W O Gordon, assisrant attorney general oC Oklahoma, who was accused yesterday of a c c e p t i n g bribes for withholding r o s e u t i o i i o' ICarlsboro Cltv ofllct-rh, has robiRiicd, it u a s a n n o u i u e d early today. Miller 0 Borgln O - King Cr ,-. T. Cafferty SubbtiluHone--J CaTferty for Zim- mcrraan, Qolnn for Miller. Wield goalfc--Ftolo 3, Solauou 5, Miller 3, Bargln 3, Icing, J. CafEoity, Brookman .'!, Collins 2, T. CaftVrty. Foul ffotils-Kefigy Corner, 5 out of S; Scottdalo, 7 out of 11. Rterec--McClure. thletic Will Compete ee Tournament Asto niid Charley Cra-j olta Are Entered In Friday Fistic Progrrnm, CUMBERLAND SHOW MONDAY 1 Two AJtiateur Ixfiorfl win pn-^icipato j in n interatate R«tJc program at Mil- Mrs. Jaclr Koarna, known to thf flght promoter hlraaell aa "Lfg^ina Angel," la fighting to compel the former manager of Ja*k Dernpae to keep an agreement by which he was to pay her ifGOO a month. She Is said to have written the latter c letter In which aha alleged that he had "hurt her plenty" and made ansrry reference to Bee Palmer, I well-known dancer. Casey Quintet Easily Beaten By ion Valley The Cigry baskeleort! were girr a -uenl licking at the lupcU oC 11 Monongrahoia Valley dribblers Rrowiisvlllo, «8 to 18, l.tsl. night the State- Armory. With Sulton locating (ho nsfc fro the most difficult angles ami i-ange tho rallrofldcrs readily pik'd up noat margin which the local quint was unable to find th6 baslwt. TJio Casojrs were very much form and found difficulty in chsckli Brownsville's superior jiasamg ai shcoting. Itooitlla DlHtress SWATTLR, li'e-b 4--Dlaliess ftlgna of the freighter John C. Klilqnitric w i t h about )!0 moti uboaul, soulhboni ol£ Capo Vlaltcry, wore 1'olkiwod la last n i g h t by .1 inctisago t h a t the sii was In no InmieOiato danger. f'oiiehes '20 HANOVKIl, N II , Pol), i.--liar HHliiuui r e c e n t l y c o m p l e t e d his 20 yMi i-i t i ' i u K co.uli ul Darluiou C ollcgt) WJ«, on Friday, l*Vhruary 7, inn colon* of th« Connellsvillc Athlotic Club, according to announct 1 - rwwt today by BHiy Carter, matchmaker and trainer of the organization which ie «pon«orlng flght shows hero. Charley CravoUn and Sammy .Asto, v,lio are unattacslnxl, have dockled to oompote in tho tournainent under tho guidanoo of Carter who h«« beon con- dtK-ting tholr tralnins for them, Their opponents vrlll not ho known u n t i l they arrive in Mllwau5«K. On Monday night, February 10, eight local stmon-purefl will pilgrimage to Cumberland, Md , to compote In an intorcMty boxing show with represon- tatlves o£ the Meryland city. The personnel of this tonm has not been selected aa yet However nearly every athlete under the tutorship of the loi:al organization in training- vigorously j'or tliia card which fe the first of Its kind ovfiro attempted there, , It la hoped to bring- the Cumberland boxers to Connollaville In the near future for a return eniragoment at the Slavish Hall or at tho State Armory. These detailn win be worked owt when tho local delegation tr«ka to Cumberlnnd next Monthly night. PENN STATE INDOOR TRACK CARD APPROVED STATE COLLEGE, Feb. 4.--Approval of the board of control of athletics wan given today lor tho 'Penn State track toem's participation, in several indoor events durlng k the winter season, The Mllrofle Games in New York, February S; Meadowbrook Gam-ea, Philadelphia, February 12; I. C, A. A. A, A. championships In New- York, March' 1, and the New York Athletic Cluh'fi meet Tvere sanctioned. MAYOR OF WILKiSBARRE OPPOSES HATLESS MEN WILKBa-BAIlRK, Pa., Fob, 4.-Hundreds oC hats--'now hats, old hats, worn-out hats, brown, dorbys, tronch helmets, and haadpieoos w h i c h ctiunot be elanlflad'--have poured into tho city police hoadciuartcra hurts- since Majwr Hart tlvroaicned recently lo put a hat on the ho'id' o£ every haLlcsB Individual, It IB jaaid that the mayor is giving serious consideration to making a eanipaij;u for ret-p-lectlon twn VMU'S from now, on tv p l a t f o r m of "a luit for cvory IIVUH," V r et OlvoH Llfo for Murder, MUNCIM, Inil., l !l eb 4 -- .fames) 1'" H Wood, Albany, K y , Worli| War veteran, last night w.is convicted Fin 1 first degree murder in tho death ot Mrs ISliza-belh Heath, near hero in December. The j u r y r u l e d l i C p m i p i i b o n - mcMil Wood aii'mitlccl c l u b b i i t K Lie woman aad lior hiibbanU to death. Joe May, Former Local Athlete, On Detroit Team May, formerly a High School here, and one* a Riiard on the Atlas A. A, basketball team, writes from Detroit, Mich., t h a t he is having good Baason on the floor this yeir. "I am doing better than 1 really exiled," he. i*yB. "I am w th Hie Central M. K. Church team, composed at Wgh school players. It is i. CUss A. club. I pley guard and tho other night asainn .Torlrho Athletic Ciuh acorftd flve fteld poals and eix out of sowffl. foul* for 16 points. We defeated thenj 41-41. "Wo have won H out ot 15 gamcB PO frir this swaaon. The only team to boat us was tho Michigan ntral Ralfroad teans, a pro club. Th. y won, 15-14, I am ariTft giftd to hear the Keagy Corner club is gwlnfi good t h i ) ye.ir. I only wish, 1 was back there playing for I like Conncl!svll!e and some day hopa to retarn to stay. "I sot my mother to send mo a bunch of Couriers and It BUM. made me fool good to read tho old homo town nows. "I may be home some Um« before the end of tho s,eason and \ \ a u t to strvit my stuff for the Keagy Corner outfit " ACCOUNTANTS SCORE COUNT OVER LEGION B. O. Accountants won 1 10 odd game from the American Logl in lasl night on the Elk alleys. Wei h uas high scorer with a total ot · 23 for three games Th-6 scores: B. 0. ACCOUNTANTS Mullln _________ 103 Quinn --- , --- . 79 Welsh _________ 114 Fierschnallor ----- 120 Whlpkey ______ ,-118 __ 131- Keed IBS 12!) 104 07 110 IBii 15 «. 15«. U" 23S 79 423 403 378 223 110 Totals 584 59'8 73.': 1SOO AMERICAN LKGION, Santwyer 121 128 IS'i 8SS 107 13d 321 860 3 SO 300 BuUermoro _ ,, 103 100 15' se-uhn^reT 150 120 11',! Dummy ..100 300 IOC Totals ..55S 555 G41, 1758 SECOND ROUND OF W. P. L A. LEAGUE ON FRIDAY NIGHT Fifteen Sections In Fast Bas« ketba'Jl Clrcnff; Will Swing Into Action. 0UNBAR MEETS PERRY OUTFIT The Aocond round of contests in t7va final half of tho Western Pennsylvania Intorscsholantir League- i« on tho program 1'or Friday evening wh-en the IS sootioDs in tho Txwkotball circuit will one© again ewing into action. Indications are that the resorts of A number of the«o contests will hav^ much bearing on the championship ol various divisions Tho complete schedule for Frid.xj night folio WB: Section I Freoport at Parnassus. liar-Brack at Springdale, Now Kciiblng'Lon at Arnold. Section II Sewlckk'y at Avalon fien Avon at AmbrSdge. Ucllevut' at Ixotsdalo. Section TTT New Caetlo at Uelienople. Hutlcr al Evann City. Klhvuod City at Mars. Section IT. Bearer Falls at Freedom. New Brighton at Aliquippa no cheater at MM land. Monacca at Beaver. Sevllon T Weal Newton at Charleroi. Donora at California. Monongahela at 'South Brownsville Section TI T/eeehburg at Kittanning. Vanderg:r]ft nt Dayton. Forxl City /it New Bethlehem Soctfon YT % Ifomestead at Clairton. Duqucene at Munhall. MeKeojport at Elisabeth. Section Vm North Broddock at Norwin. Braddock at Pitcuirn, Urankin at Trafford. Turtle Creek at East Ptttsburg. Section IX. Bridgev-illci at Stowo. Mt, Iebanon nt Corapolis. Carnegie at Dormout. M-cKeos Roclw at Crafton. Section X Cfreeiifiburp at Mount Pleasant. Umoutown at SooRdalo. \ Section XI Etna at Wllkinehurg. Asp in wall a*, Verona. Edgow(K3d at Onkmont. Section Sewjckloy Twp. at East Huntingdon Dunbar at Perry. Mount Pleasant et Belle Vernon. Section X1H Bro-wnpvillo at Point Marlon. Soijth Uni6n at Co.i'hiiohaete. Redstone at North Union. Goorg^s at German Section XIT Oakdalo at Hickory. Cecil at Burgettstowii. Section XV Cnnonshnrg- at Ka«t Washington. "WayneBburg at Waehingrlon. Clayevllle at Trinity. BUI for IWllurd Match. ST. I.OUIS, Feh, ·!.--St. Ixwifi piny host lo one o£ ihe four uatiomil rhiunpioiihhlpu «t 1H.!J hillinrda If iij of th« National ,D1Utar! oiatortallxo, OhicaRO, Detroit rind Philnilelnhla. also arsi m n K - lvld« fo«' Ihe tournamont, Dark Horse of Figure Ska ling Karl S chafer, of Vienna, Austria, ts regarded as the "dark horse" , oftha world's figure skating vhampionshipa, to be staged in New York on February 3, 4 and 5. This will be the first time the event has been held in the United States. (Intel national Newnreel)

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