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PA wic.in. - THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 193S. Basketball Basketball JO1IS II. WHORIO Sports Editor . FARM-GAME REFUGE PLAN ~-\ Hurdrcds of acres of land in Fayette, Westmoreland and Somerset counties arc being obtained for the form-game refuge program that was adopted about 18 months ago" byjtfae. State Game Commission.- Only roi. cently 5,237.2 acres "were enrolled In the Fay-West area. ~ Under the setup, the commission leases hunting ^ privileges _ from farmers and in turn_ assures ^Keni of protection from hunters who -are forbidden to fire within a 150-y_ard jSidius from all buildings,, Better, stocking conditions 'are -experienced and game becomes"more plentifuLas » result. r,Thc-.commission through this cooperative "plan makes available more acreage for hunting while it protects the property-owner, from. loss ax thc"ha'nds of careless "or wilful nimrods in that the legislation governing the program carries "teeth." It has long been apparent to the commission'that in agricultural sections something more is necessary than stocking large quantities of game, enforcement ot icstrictive laws, control of predators, creation of game refuges and educational efforts. "Here the human clement enters into thp picture to a much greater extent than is_truo~m _forest territory," the Pennsylvania "Game-News stated. "In fact the human clement seems to be the outstanding factor to be dealt "with, .in agricultural sections. Sportsmen want-a -place to Bunt, and something to shoot, and in this connection some hunters, not true sportsmen, appear to have a peculiar complex toward farmers their property and their rights and wishes. The logical reaction of farmers is to keep the rank and Me of hunters off of their property by posting against trespass." The commission recognized a moral obligation to do all in its power to protect farmers and farm property from thoughtless or wilful misdeeds of hunters. It also considered the fact that intensively tilled farms can support a mucn larger crop of game than at present if proper game management practices are conducted. Onl a small part of the acreage included within an area called a farm-gome refuge project is sci apart for^game refuges. The major portion is open to lawful hunting by the public. The commission sets forth it do--n't claim the plan to be a pan- accT for all ills affecting the man- ag-menl of farm-game. The plan is on experiment and may prove impractical or perhaps not satisfying I to e thcr farmers or sportsmen or its cost may exceed that which is justified in expending for results obtained A trial of two or three years Is contemplated · For project No. 20 in the county 6052 acres wero obtained while 2,478 5 were leased in Wcslmorc- / land and Fayette counties with the Jacobs Creek Oil Company turning over 2,000 for No. 21. There were 529 acres in No. 35 and 880 for No 33 in Faycttc and 361 for No. 28 and 383.5 for No. 24 In Westmoreland and 765.5 acres for No. 22 In Washington county. Harold D. Carroll of Dunbar, game land technician of the commission, will go to Pittsburgh on Thursday for a meeting of the Allegheny County Sportsmen's League in connection with the move of the group to blanket Allegheny county with the farm-game project movement. BITS HERE AND THERE Chipper Cholly Hyatt, former Uniontown High star ar,d once declared the greatest basketball player ever to represent Pitt, haj announced his retirement from the game after playing with a team at Tuba, Okla. . . . Champions~from" 15 counties -will compete for the State horseshoe title at the State ITarmrShow at Harrls- blirg the night of.Januiry 20. Six are those who tossed for the honors last year.. . Connie Mack, in his 76th year, has been rcelected president of Philadelphia Athletics. His son, Roy, ' was renamed vice-president and secretary. -. .- Glen Cunningham, Archie San Komani and Don Lash expect to compete Saturday in different events of the 165th Infantry game!, m New York Saturday night. ... Ed Vicht, P. I. A. A. secretary, says that since the control board moved to stamp out increasing rules violations "n deluge of queries has come to my office indicating eagerness on the part of many school officials to make sure they do not break any athletic standards" This is ns it shculd be . . Rons Fields, former pro lightweight boxer of West Virginia, was rescued but his wife and her woman friend drowned when their automobile plunged off a highway into a sUeam near We'ls- buig, W Va. . . When batting averages begin to fall in the National League next jear, watch for the hcv Is about the "deal ball" . National Association ot Stale Racing Commits oneis began a movement to 1 prolong careers of thoroughbred hoi^cs President E J Brown said hoises .vie bcinc; run carhcr, before thej mature fully, and 50 per cent of the promising juveniles are burned out. . . Outdoor track and field championships ot the IC-4A will be held June 3 and 4 Instead of Memorial Day week-end as usual. Indoor meet at Madison Square Garden is listed for March 5. . . Sol Goldberg, father of Biggie, told Jock Sutherland he expects his son, Billly, to enroll at Pitt after he ! graduates this month Billy also has football notions. . . Every American Cokers Suffer Second Straight League Loss; Norwin HighTriumphs Two Field. Goals- Made By Locals in Poorest Showing. ALLIELUCZAK ' HELD IN CHECK Cpnnellsviile High went "down to its sccond'defeat in W. P. I. A. play Tuesday-night as Norwin tuined in a 32 to i2 decision on the Westmoreland county floor in Section 9. AMi»e-samo time Johnstown top- plcd~ Jcanfiettc, 54 to 16, while Greensburg won over Latrobe, 37 to 20. The Cokers were stopped all a r o u n d by _ Norwin, defending championship baskotccrs, and scored but twice from the field although eight points were chalked up from the free line. Norwin completely bottled up Allie Luczak, Orange and Black scoring ace, who made more than 20 poi.its in each of the other league games LucznTc garnered but a quirtct_of -tallies and these from the free zone. The "home outfit had a veritable field day counting 13 times with two- pomtcrs while counting up seven chinty heaves. Fridiy night finds Connellsv ifie journeying to Greensburg in another tough Cokcr assignment, the Westmoreland countyscatcrs being one of the two undefeated quintets. Mount Pleasant will come hero Tuesday night followed by Scottdale. The summary: Conncllsvillo G. F. rts. Showman, 1 0 1 1 Luczak, f . , . 0 4 4 Marakas, c 0 0 0 Olszovvski, g 1 2 4 Stipa, g 0 1 1 Evans, f. 1 0 2 Totals Norwin Henderson, f Coles, f _--. Funk, c Darby, g Rldl, g Pierce, 1 Stough, e Loughner, g . .2 G. 8 12 F. rts 0 2 0 0 0 Totals 13 7 33 Score by periods. Connellsvillc .- 4 0 2 C--12 Norwin . _ _ 5 10 13 5--33 Referee--Fawcctt. Alverton Is Again Beaten In Loop Pjoty East Huntingdon Township High was trimmed, 27 to 17, by Dcrry Township as Larry Sullivan's quintet moved into a tie for first place in Section 10 with Dunbar Township High. At thc'samc tijne Derry Borough sprung nn upset iy" trimming Hurst, 32 to 29, af.lhe Scarlet Hurricane floor and Youngwood drubbed Ligonier, 46 to 20 The'summaries: Dcrry Twp. G. Johnson, f 0 Shaffron, f 0 Burd, c 5 Nclgoot, g 3 Walbaum, g 2 Torrero, c __TM 1 F. Pts. Totals E. Huntingdon Smith, Ji _-_._._ Clausner, f -z Petro, c Popovich, g 11 G. -0 _ 3 F. Pts Ottcnbcrg, g Totals _:__ 6 5 17 Score by periods: _ Derry Township . - 6 8 6 7--27 East Huntingdon . 6 4 3 4--17 Referee--Travis. Dcrry Borough G. F. Pts. Bucci, f 1 0 2 E . Wmgard, f 3 0 6 Gla-sser, c 1 0 2 Kcough, g . --____--_ _ 2 1 5 Sterner, g 3 0 6 Gountz, f 1 0 2 T. Wmgard, f 3 0 6 Walters, c 0 I 1 McWhertcr, g 1 0 2 Totals Hurst Dolan, f . Kantonk, t ~ Vikartosky, c Phfrogner, g Baluh, g _ Totals . 12 29 Score by pcr.ods: Derry Borough . 10 3 13 6--32 Hurst 7 2 11 9--29 Referee--Snyder. s League manager except Oscar Vitt of Cleveland will attend the annual dinner of the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association January 25. It's young blood that will be counted' upon to carry Duqucsnc University's basketball team thiough one of its heaviest court campaigns thi^ car, says Chick Daviej. W. P. I. A. League Summaries SECTION 4 . Yesterday's Results. . Uniontown 27; Brownsville 23. Chnrlcroi 35; California 23. Donora 34; Moncssen 30. Standing of the Chilis. L. 0 1 Donora Monessen _, Uniontown California Brownsville Cliarleroi Monongahela _ Pet. 1000 .067 .667 500 333 333 000 Games Friday. Monongahela at Uniontown. Brownsville at Chaileroi. Donora at California. SECTION 9 Yesicrda'i ItcsiiIK Johnstown 54, .Tcanncttc 16. Norwin 33, Connellsville 12. Scottdale 23, Mount Pleas-int 18. Greensburg 37, Latrobe 20. Standing of the Clubs. Greensburg Johnstown -Norwin Connellsville _ Jcnnncttc. 1 Latrobe _ 1 Scottdale 1 Mount Pleasant 0 W. 3 . 3" 2 . 1 L. ret. 1 000 1 000 667 333 .333 .333 .333 .000 Gamci Friday. Latrobe at Jcannctte. Connellsville at Grconsburg Nonvm at Mount Pleasant. Johnstown at Scotidalc. SECTION 10 Yesterday's R»«.u'(S. Youngwood 46, Ligonlcr 20 Dcrry 32; Hurst 29 Dcrry Twp 27; E. Huntingdon 17. Standing of the Clubs. Dunbar Twp. Dcrry Tup. -Youngwood _ Derry . -Ligonier Hurst . \V. ._ 2 2 2 2 1 -- 0 L. Pet. 0 I 000 E. Huntingdon 0 1 000 .667 067 .333 .000 .000 Games Friday. Kursc i\t Ligonier. Dunbar at Dcrry. Youngwood at Dorry Twp SECTION 14 Yesterday's Results. South Union 45; Reditone 32 North Union 28; Maplctovvn 10. Georges 30; Point Marion 17. Standing of HIP Clubs. W. L. Pet. Georges ,, 3 0 1 0 0 0 South Union 3 0 1000 North Union 2 Point Marion 1 German _ unu _ w » 0 Redstone 0 Maplctown -- . 0 1 000 .500 .000 000 .000 . Games Friday. North Union at Redstone German at Mapletovvn. Point Marion at South Union SECTION 18 Ycstcrdaj's Results. Belle Vcrnon 35, Perry Twp. 27. Fayctte City 37, S Huntingdon 31. Standing of the Clubt. Pet. Rostraer Belle Vernon West Newton Fayelte City Sewickley Perryopohs South Huntingdon . 0 3 .000 Game Tonight. West Newton at Rostraver. Local Rifle Club Loses !o Scolfdale, Meet Monday Night The Connellsvillc Rifle Club lost a match to Scottdale at that place by a icore of 944 to 921. The two will clash again on Monday night, January 17. Friday finds the locale hooking up with Greensburg here. The scores: Scottdale Pr. St. Kn. St. Tot Mull . 50 46 45 34 175 E. C Baker _,, 50 49 47 44 Jones _ _ 50 49 47 39 E. E Baker 50 47 46 44 Mawhmncy . . 50 47 39 45 Miller 49 44 45 35 Parry 49 48 44 45 B. Baker 50 49 4B 38 Eoncouitz 50 46 44 41 Arrotti 50 48 46 44 Pritchard 50 50 48 45 190 1.55 187 181 173 186 183 181 188 193 Total five highs Connellsvillc Pr. llaggerty -- . 50 Moore . 49 Hough _ Cupp Sterbutzel Mannch Robbins Moscr Porter -Wrote .._ 944 St. Kn. St. Tot. 50 47 50 47 4G 48 SO 49 Girls Sling Mud in Ring--Not Over Back Fence PERRY DROPS THIRD CLASH TO WILDCATS Girl wrestlers, Mildred InirJte and Leona Gordon, ergago In Hindu mud bout In Akron, O. Referee Is Emle Maddock Match won by Miss Burke In 15 minutes before several thousand fans. --Central Prest SCOTTDALE WINS FIRST FROM CATS 180 184 174 178 186 172 167 180 1 187 184 Ramsay Gets Early Lead But Millers Overcome It. JAYVEE CLUBS IN PRELIMINARY MOUNT PLEASANT, Jin. 12 -- Scoltdale chalked up Its first win m Section 9 Tuesday night by Inking over Ramsay High Bobcats by a score of 23 to 18 on the local gym. The Culler quintet went into a big lead n the first quarter but the Miller? came back to knot it up at the half and then pounded nway to lead, widening the gap as play advanced. The summary. Scoltclalc G. F. Pts. Zcarley, f Byers, f Bybel, c Graft, g Skemp, g -White, g G. 1 2 . 0 ~ 5 . 1 0 Totals Mount Plcvant Murtha, f ,, _. Queer, f Zclcnka, c Lcntz, g . Dudmk, g Lanzino, f _. 9 G. 0 .1 _ 0 .2 1 1 5 23 P. Pts ' 4 1 3 0 0 0 4 2 4 1 3 8 18 Totals _ 5 Scoring by quarters' Scottdale 4 11 4 4--25 Mt Pleasant 10 5 1 2--18 Referee--Zellnk Scottdile Junior Varsity won the prolimmiry. 24 to 23, fiorn the Mount Plca-iint .Tajvces m two extra periods It was, knotted up at 22 all as the regular playing lime closed Fazenbaker Will Give Horseshoe Pitching Exhibition Tonight E. R Farenbakcr of Everson, who a few yean, ago held the State championship, will appear at the Connellsvillc WPA Recreation Center tonight at 8 o'clock to give an exhibition of horseshoe pitching. The Evcrson man will have with him another pitcher of repute, Frank Lynn. The center's courts have bc^n described as the "best inside courts in Wcstci n Pcnnsylv ama." The public is invited to attend. independent Teams At Mount Pleasant Are Booking Games The Lum Club, composed of former Ramsay High papers of Mount Pleasant, defeated a powerful Monessen five by a score of 44 to 43. Etze paced the winners with 15 points Teams wishing to play the Lum Club on a home-and-home basis should write to R. Ferrell, 6 Willow street, Mount Pleasant. CASEY CAGERS MEET SCOTTDALE COMETS TONIGHT Total five highs _ _ The Casey Club quintet will tiavel to Scottdale this evening to do battle with the strong icvampcd Scottdale Comets The game, at Scottdale Armory, will start promptly at 730 o'clock. All members of the Casey basketball team are requested to be present at the loral K of C club loom? not later than 6 40 o'clock, Manager 9211 Jamei Albinc said Twin Floor Program Tonight at Armory The Wcstinghouse cagers, Fayettc county champions of 1936-37, will tackle their third undefcited opponent In a row tonight at State Armory when meeting the strong Nlmrod Club of Giccnsburg. The locals handed the Al Duffy A. C. ot McKccsport its first defeat in twelve starts last week. Then the Uniontown Kaufmans suffered its first setback in eight starts. Noiv the Nimrod outfit comes here with ten straight victo-ies to face the Faycttc champions in he second game of a double-hinder attraction. In the first game the Immaculate Conception High School will play Pcnn State Center of Uniontown. The first will get under way at 7:45 o'clock and the second at 8 45 o'clock. The doors will open at 7.15 o'clock. Two Interesting Basketball Games At Dunbar Center The DeM.irco Five defeated the Baptist outftl, 27 to 22, and the Hi- De-Ho passe rs stopped the Bowmans, 29-20, in two interesting basketball game;, at the Dunbar WPA Recreation Center. The summaries: IIUDc-Ho G. F. Pts R. McDowell, f ... Gent, f C. Harvey, c Baker, g L Harvey, g G. __ 5 1 4 _ 1 ._ 2 Recreation Notes By WALTER R M1SKINIS The local center staff will journey to Wayr.csburg on Friday to attend a one-day conference at Waynesburg College As a result the center will be closed in the morning and afternoon. The Recreation Center aquatic team will hold its second practice session on Thursday at the Scottdale Y. M. C. A All members will meet at the center at G 0 P. M to make the trip. Tuesday ended the second halt of play in the WPA Volleyball League, John Holt, director, is making arrangements for a plaofi* between the Phalnnx and Recreation Center, first and second hali winners. The Recreation Center Junior Basketball League schedule for Saturday follows: Gales vs. First M E. Juniors at 10 A. M , I C. Frosh Vi Willow Inn at 11 A M , North Dawson vs Dunbii at 1 P. M , and Paramount Theitre Juniors vs. Lou's at 1 45 P. M. The local center sui passed all former attendance records when they registeicd a new high of 1,415 for the past week. Totals Bow m.'un Soldano, f Bruno, f Jarvis, c Bogusky, g Caruso, R ._ Cooper, f .13 G. ..1 .3 3 1 0 -. 1 .9 3 29 r. rts. 2 4 0 (j 0 6 0 2 | Up to the mmulc statistics show that Duibiti of Noith Dawson leads the scorcib m the Junior Basketball League with a total of 40 points Noschese of Lou's team is second with 3R and Gent of Dunbar is third with 33. 20 Totals - - Score by quarters: Hi-De-Ho . - 5 10 5 9--20 Bowimns . 2 8 8 2--20 Referee--Parker. Umpire--Maloy. Baptist Daughcity, f ._ J. D. Baker, f -Waschak, c -Yutzy, g . A Hier, g . . D Njgren, g H Nygren, g Beighley, f Totals . _ DeMarco Duneway, f . ___ Lizza, f _ J. DeMarco, c Parker, g . Mauzola, g _. H. McDowell, g _ M. DeMarco, g G 0 0 0 _- 1 0 1 3 -- 3 G. . 3 -- 3 _ 2 -- 1 _ 0 -- 2 F. rts. 0 0 o o 6 22 F. Pis. 2 8 . 12 Totals Score by quarters: Baptist 4 2 6 10--22 DeMarco . . 7 4 8 8--27 Referee--Robert McDowell. World Canoe Trip Planned. ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. 12.--By lashing together three canoes, Captain William S.illsten hopes to construct a craft that will carry him around the world in two and n halt years. He says he has made 30-odd voyages around the world. Auto Bumiwr Saves Child. CLEVELAND, Jan. 12--An automobile bumper served as a safety "catcher" foi seven-year-old Rita Kalhoun. When a cai struck hei, she bounced to a seating position on the bumper and rode along, safe from injury. "Meanest Man" Bobs Up Agan, PAJARO, Cal, Jan. 12 --This city's candidate for the "meanest man" entered the aviary of Mrs W, H. West and wrung the necks of five cananc*. Commodores Unable to Get Started at Belle Vernon. BLANKED FIRST QUARTER OF TILT Perry Township High Commodores, unable to get started, suffered their third consecutive defeat in Section 18 nt the hands of the Belle Vernon Wildcats at the latter's floor Tuesdny night. J Rist Stimmcl s quintet was blanked in the first quarter as the Cats piled up 15 points and the margin was too great to overcome. The summary Perry Township. G. F. Pts. Blair, f __ Frcncy, f Rollins, c Bolter, g . Statzula, g Wilkie, f Koslosky, f Hozemc, g Totals Belle Vcrnnn Dudik, f Studmcki, f . Khsowski, c Taylor, g Osborne, g McNeil, c _J . 1 ._ 1 .4 .0 .0 _ 4 .. 0 o - 10 G. ._ C 3 . 1 2 12 0 0 10 0 1 7 27 r. rts. 2 14 2 8 ... 0 Totals 14 Score by periods Perry Twp _ _ 0 9 10 Belle Vernon . . 15 7 6 Referee--Wildman I 3 1 4 I 6 3 0 7 35 8--27 7--35 Kingston to Oppose Pirates Thursday PITTSBURGH. Jan. 12. -- The Kingston, H. Y , basketball team will oppose the Pirates at Duquesne at Duquesne University gym Thursday night Kingston is one of the strong- ' est teams m the American League while the Pirates are in second place in the National circuit. The outstanding pliycr of the American League, Phil Rabin, is a member of the Kingston quintet Rabin has been the leading scorer of the American loop for the past two years and against the Kate Smith Celtics in New York City recently, accounted for 15 points. The game next Thursday will furnish a good comparison of the relative strength of the American and National leagues. Kingston will b6 the first American League club to play here '.his season Troops Hunt Rabbits. KOENICSBERG, Prussia, Jan. 12. --Troops of the East Prussian garrison at Ortelsburg have been sent · out on a huge rabbit hunt along t,ie I Baltic coast The trouble is that the rabbits' buirows have been threatening the safety of coastal defense structures. Bearcats Play Tonight. St Vincent College meets Indiana State Teachers College at the latter gym tonight. While They Last! OFF THE LIST PRICE OF THE A U. S. Tire with Nobby Grip for added traction on muddy, unimproved roads. Size Regular Trice Sale Price 4.75-19 $11.85 $ 8.89 5.50-17 13.80 10.35 6.00-16 16.35 12.26 6.50-16 20.10 15.08 7.00-16 21.85 16.39 This 25% reduction in price is obtained by trading m your old tires on IT. S. Nobbys. rs SUPREME SERVICE Opp. West Pcnn Terminal. Phone 1252. TONIGHT, and every WedncsUas, at 9.30, F.EN BERNIE and all the Bane on a CBS nation-\vide hook-up.

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