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JSHJJH.T. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1939. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line. Do cash: lOc charge. LASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge. Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c cnarge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. - i There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Personals MEN OLD AT *!--Get pep New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster InvlRorators and other stimulants. One dose starts nc\v pep Value $100. SpccJal price 8Jc. Call, write Union Drue Co. Strayed. Lost, Found 10 LOST--Sunday afternoon on South Side. black female pup. about two months old. Finder call 1551 and receive reward. Automotive Automobiles tor Sale 11 WHILE THEY LAST I SEE US TODAV1 IKS Ford H-lon Pick-up Truck $25 1933 I'ord I-door Sedan lor $139 1930 Chevrolet Coach selling at .. . ?50 1335 Dodce Coupe., buy it tor . . $235 1929 Ford Tudor Sedan, yours for . $40 TWO EXCELLENT BUYS IX LATE MODEL CARS I 1937 Pontlac Deluxe Coupe. 1937 Lincoln-Zephyr 4-door Sedan Just like new. ALSO-We have on display on our Used Car Lot and on the secund floor of our garage nice selection, of late model used cars of Ford*. Chevrolet and Plymouth. Stop in today and look them over. Very Easy Terms Arranged! ." WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. Your Ford Dealer. "" WEST CRAWFORD AVE. -PHONE 407. Open Evenings! Open Sundays! SEE THEM TODAY 1 O.-K. DSED CARS INSIDE OUil GARAGE AT 127 WEST A'PLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST A?PLE STREET PHONE 105. Open Evenings "till 9 o'clock. Open Sundayu 'till 6 o'clock. LARGE SELECTION USED CAR3 BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 C. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. USED CARSI SEE OUR SELECTION! E. E VAN SCOY. INC, »9 E. CHAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. YOOGH MOTOR COSTANY. GOOD USED CARS. 321 SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVERINCS PHONE 964J. 322 SO. PITTSBURG ST. GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds. James R. Lauchlin--INSUn ANCE. See me for rates. 309 Firat National Bank Building Phone 520. EACH OF these ads brings together two people--advertiser and reader--for their tuitual benefit and satisfaction. Business Service Moving. Trucking, storage 25 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERV1CE1" Modern Storage For Household Goods. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Miller's Transfer 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phone 183. Printing, EneravlnE. Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Hand Rlllst--Binding!-- Calling Cards! Bill Heads!--Letter Hcadsi For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cardsl No Trespassing Signa For Sale! All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Ra'csl COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. ·HONE 63. DAILY COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. »L Professional Services 28 EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances A. A. Clarke, PH. G Druggist. 323 North Pltuburg Street. Phono 194. Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 WANTED--A Connellwtllc beauty operator. Rooms 311. 312 First National Bank Bldg. Rcna Jeffries Beauty Service. Financial Need Money 4«-n NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you $300 or less on j-our signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Livestock Poultry* and Supplies 49 ROASTING AND FRYING CHICKENS-- 22c Ib. YounR chick*. 20c Ib. Fresh eggs, 30c dozen. Phone 4114-R-14. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 FOR SALE--Child's bed, 12 In. electric Inn, U H. P. motor air compressor, Ping Pong table. TUos. II, Hu;e, Owcnsdale, Pa. Buildings, Buildlnc Materials 53 COMPLETE LINE--Of Sherwir Williams Paints, lor interior nnd exterior purposes. Stone Work. Phone 1700. OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE is as near as your phone. Just call 12 or 13 nnd your needs will soon be met without any further trouble on your part. A FEW MINUTES spent In looking over the classified nds each day will save you many hours and dollars In getting Just what you want. IT'S HARD to flnd fault with the Classifier! Section . . . because you can find practically everything else you need. EXCHANGE what you don't need for what you do through a Classifies ad here. PHON3 12 or 13 for an Ad-taker. CET GOOD MONEY for your extra household Kood*. Put thorn on view through a Classified Ad. Phone 12 or for an ad-takcr. THERE IS a friendly spirit in The Courier Classified Department which makes It a pleasure to use this department. For results, try our service. YOU KNOW WHAT you want and a Courier Clarified ad-taker can tell you how to co about ccttinc it Phono 12 or 13. 1 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE H 2 20 36 16 30 17 37 38 32 Y/. 10 ACROSS " 1--Fine lava 22--Belabor 5--Any flatash 23--Pieces out 8--Embrace 26--Bodily in- 9--Man's nick- firmlty name 28--Doomed 11--Exclamation 31--A gulf In 13--Sweeping Siberia Itnplcment 32--Act 1*-L "« 33--Conjunction 15--Pronoun 34--Greek letter 16--Exist 35--Therefore · 17--Dressed skins 36--Pronoun 19--State flower .)7--Sea caglo of Moss- J9--Pood fish achusetts 40--Questioned 23-^To go on 29--Land racas- ·hlpboard uro 24--Extrcmcties 30--Made llvlne 25--Bore in scanty 26-Jowish fashion month 36--Exclttirmtlou 27--Canters 38--Northeast 28--Hazo (abbr.) -_ Answer to prevfou. puzzle ' Z-- Shilling DOWN toy (pi.) I0-Lettcr S heron cupola «-- Part of "to be" title n-- oy 18-- Body of water 20-- Strike with the head W i O m N g a R O M N m M S O G H£ u 1 m f, a!s. S 7 -- A wanderer 21 -- A disease of 9-- Spinning silkworm* Co»nvbt. i«9. Xinc Tutum Sr«d*« e . Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY I IIERES HOW--You can flnd c market, tor your farm products, your farm Implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household coods by running a smnll Inexpensive ad In our Classified Section. There you will tlnd many people who want to bi como your customer or · buyer. Tho rural circulation of The Daily Courier covers a large area end your advertisement wilt be read by many people who arc looking for lust tho things you have (or sale. NOTE: All classified ads are payable in advance. You will find our rcitcs En tho above Classified Head Inc. FOR SALE--Six room hou.se with both nnd furnace. Two lots. Falrvlcw Avenue. $2500. Inquire Robert Nonls Phone 505. Fuel. r-Ved, Fertilizers SG JOOD LUMPY -- nun of mine coal. 100 bii. 8c delKcred; 50 bu.. DC delivered; 25 bu . 12c delivered. Cai»h. Phone 2037. Frank Koballa lENUIKH--Washington Run Coal. Ixw price. Wm Dull Son Phone 107 or call Dn\\son. 2261 and 3G31. :OAL-- Best Bradc 9-fL coal. Prompt delivery for any amount.' G train Schemer. Phone 1091. Household Goods 59 FOR SALE--Coal ranees $1000 and up. living room suites, $1500 and up; \vaih- Ing machines, $15 00 and up, guaranteed; radio*:, electric. So 00 and up; pianos, $1000 and up. Also big bargains in other furniture. DULVS STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PI1ON*E 50. III-G R A DE--SLIGHTLY USED DINING ROOM. LIVING ROOM. BEDROOM SUITES. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD IIERE1 MERVIS FURNITURE CO. PHONE C020. FOR SALE -- Dinetto set, four chairs, table. Good condition. Low price. Call G77-J. Wanted--To Buy SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RACS1 THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE . . . WILL PAY YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING IN . . . AT 3c PER POUND. Rooms and Board Rooms for Housekeeping 60 Real Estate for Sale (louses for Sale 84 HOUSTON AVENUE, 216 -- Six room frame house with bath, in the very bcsl of condition Immediate possession Priced to sell at $1,500. Inquire, Paul Wagoner, 1003 West Crawford Avenue. Phone 148. FOR SALE--503 Race Street. larRc family houc. steam hcnt, garafic. Suitable ns duplex. J. Donald Porter. Phone 7G8, Auctions-Lcgals Notices NOTICE. IN RE: TITLE A: TRUST COMPANY OP WESTERN PENNA, Conncllsvillc. PcnnJ 1- vania. Irland McK. Dcckman, Scc'. of Banking, Receiver. In the Court of Common Picas. Count} of Fnycttc. No. 29B June Term, 1930. NOTICE OP FILING ACCOUNT AND HEARING OF CLAIMS The Fifth and Partial Account of Irjarv McK. Bookman. Secretary of Banking o the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Re eelver of Title and Trust Company o Western Pennsylvania, Conncllsvillo Pennsylvania. va; filed ulth live Pro thonotary'of the above Court on January 17, 1939. After thirty das tram the date of the filing thereof, it will be confirmed absolutely, unle^ exceptions arc filc with the Court. The Secretary of Bank Ing determined to liquidate this Intltu tion on December 1. 1*150 TIUS IS NOT A DIVIDEND NOTICE. IRLAND McK. BECKMAN, SECRETARY OF BANKING of the COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA. Receiver o the Title and Trust Company of Western Pennsylvania, ConncINvllle, Pennsl\anla. By HARRY A. McDER.MOTT Deputy Receiver. Ofilcc: 604 Second NAUonal Hank Bide, Unfontown, P«. Linn V. Phillip*. Specl.il Counsel, Unlonlown. Pennsylvania ISjan-St-thurs KXECUTOIt'S NOTICE. Lee Smith. Attorney. ESTATE OF MARY CROPP. DK ceased, Letters TcsUmcnlarj on the Estate o Mary Cropp. late of Salt Lick Townihlp Fayctto Count, Pa. deceased, havin been granted to the undersigned, notlc it hereby given to all persona indebted t ·*ald estate to make Immediate payment and to those ha vine claims against th same to present them, properly authcnU calcd, for settlement. William E. Barnes. Executor. P. O. Address, While, Pennsylvania. 22dec-Ot-Uiurs. FOR RENT--Two unfurnished rooms. 430 Ojjdcn Street, Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats AVAILABLE AT ONCE--Four room mod · cm apartment in New Wesley Building. Extra large living room type, newly modernized kitchen and hallway. Hot and cold walur, steam hcnt. garbage removal, janitor service, special laundry service. Apply Kotlcr's b'loc Slort. FOR RENT--Two room furnished apartment. Ill Eas.t Patterson Avenue. FOR RENT--An I parlmcr.t, Smutz Building, 715 Crawford Ave, Wcsrt Side. Houses for Rent 77 FOR RENT--Six room modern dwelling. J. Donald Porter. Phone 768. Real Estate for Sale Br6kcrs in Real Estate PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OH RENT! T. C. PHAUN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 075. Farms and Land for Sale FOR SALE--1C8 ACRE FARM--2 miles from City, large barn, house In best of condition, hardwood floors, bath and basement. DUNBAR--Three properties, consisting of 2-four room apartments, six room house, store room and shop. 2,500, WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17CO. FOR SALE--10 acre farm near Mt. Vcr- non Park. House, barn, chicken house, good water, electricity. Mrs. Turie Bowser. Houses for Salo 84 FOR SALE!--FOR SALE1 SMALL AND LARGE HOUSES--Located In Conncllsvillc, Scottdalc, Evcrson. Mt. Pleasant and" rural sections of Fay cite County, Sold on small down payments. balance on monthly Installments. 5 to 15 years to pay. Only 5% Interest, no finance charge. 11 Interested, kindly write, phone or call In person. FAVETTE REALTY COMPANY. 405 SECOND NATL. BANK BLDG. T. D. GARDNER. MCR. PHONE 1375 CONNELLSVILLE, PA. DON'T wabte time wishing--look over the clavUfled adi and scu how easily you. can get what you want. EXTRAVAGANCE and classified reading cannot exist together. AN AD A DAY keeps hard times away. Inquire about our yearly rate. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF MARGARET MILLER late of Saltlick Township, I'ajettc County Pennsylvania, deceased Letters of Ad mini Mm tion on the aobv estate having been Kranted to the under Mcncd, notice Is hrcby Klvcn to all per bons Indebted to the said decedent make pajnent to the undersigned with out delay, nnd all persons havinff claim, or demands against *atd estate are re* t quested to make known the same. i Joieph R. Miller. Administrator, Indian Head, Pa. Arthur A Brown, Attorney. 26jan-6t-thurs. NEWS BEHIN Continued from Page Four, economizers nre also disgruntled at White House pressure agam.sl the House relief cut. Top one in the group is saying he has never seen such cflcctivc pressure in all his congressional experience--but perhaps he is not straining his memory. The pressure certainly has lolled to appear on the sin face. The known list of senators called to the White House, however, has not included half the number who were lured upon the presidential carpet. The same old tactics were used, the economizers growl. First a recalcitrant legislator is subjected to flattery; next to an offer ol something. If those first two steps fail, some threatening is generally heard., A House Appropriations leader was asked when the opportunity for a change in spending policy might be realized, in his opinion. He smiled and replied: "I would say about January 1941" which happens to be the date when the Piesident's present term expires. Government economists w o r e shocked, puzzled and doubtful about the graveyard reports that Britain is near a barter arrangement with Germany. They do not believe it can be true, chiefly because Britain now takes more goods from Germany than she exports to s Germany, the deft ciency being made up by Dawcs pnd Young Plan interest payment in kind. At least two top-notch business men are being drawn into the busi- i ess advisory council under the new Harry Hopkins management--President James Mooncy of General Motors export and Chairman Carle Conway of Continental Can. Hopkins did not make these particular selections but approved them. CHAPTER THIRTY-THREE JEFFREY HAD barely disappeared from sight when the tireless Kama brought In Count Orslni. At his entrance I sat up and LOv.H notice. There were 'a great :nany things, in my opinion, for which Daphnc'e erstwhile fiance must answer. "You wished to sec me, no?" He advanced stilfly and clicked his Wheels in approved military fashion. He was really a vision with his monocle screwed into one eye and his splotless white spals protruding from the neat cuffs of his dark trousers. Little Ludwig certainly Jjiew his onions when it came to valeting t "I did," replied the chief, doubtfully eyeing the monocle. "Be seated, please." "Thiink you " The count seated himself, smoothing the creases of hla trousers with practiced nicety. "I may smoke, no?" "Yes." Ellis frowned. Evidently hla fondness, if any, for visiting royalty, was undergoing a rapid decline. "Thank you," repeated the count, and, seemingly unaware of hostility, he drew from an uicr pocket a clgarct holder of pale Jade and ivory. Into tills ho llttcd a gold- tipped and monogramcd clgareL When all had been arranged to his satisfaction, he puffed daintily, sending thin clouds of perfumed smoke swirling through the air. "With your permission!" And there was Mac, bowing to the manner born, as he fished from his pocket a fat, black cigar. I choked back my laughter at the count's expression of horrified amazement. "Now we can talk," the detective continued, puffing, not at all 'daintily. "There arc several things |not clear to me--" , ; "No?" Orslni's amazement in- icreased. "No. For instance, I can't get it through my head how you happen to be here at the Manor." "But cet cca so scemplc! I come for the engagement to be announced!" "Oh, yes; I had forgotten! I suppose, under the circumstance*, the engagement mu«t be postponed?" "But naturally!" The count's tone rtbukcd him. "We shall wait ix reasonable time." "Too bad." Mac pulled a long face. "Almost looks as if someone didn't want the engagement to be announced, dccsn't it?" "You thcci k so ?" He frowned darkly. "1 haf wondered--I hof ccn thcea house cnemecs!" "Jeffrey Todlngton, for example," Mac rambled on contemplatively. "You might say he Isn't so keen to have his girl marry you." "Zut! That one!" "And even Miss Withcrsnoon herself--" The count uttered an impolite word. "So! You hear lies about me, eh? Bah! What does a young, Innocent girl know of such things? She wool come to love me: 1 teach her love!" "I have heard rumors of the engagement being called off altogether--" "Eet ccs not true!" The count svns working himsoif Into a fearful lather. "She wccl marry me. I see to cet!" Mac regarded him quizzically. "In America our girls do not marry unless they choose to do so. Since Mrs. Witherspoon is no longer alive--" "Eet ccs a contract of honor!" insisted the other, his face turning purple. "Well, we'll see about that. Now another thing--" "Another?" "Oh, we're just getting started," Mac informed him soberly. "Relax. Bad for the Dlood pressure, getting so steamed up." "I relax." "Good! I want to know where you met Miss Wltherepoon, and when." "Eet was In France--the Riviera The time--cet ccs last winter." "France, eh? And you proposed to her there?" "MEESTER Mclntyre!" The count was pained. "In my country we do not propose to the Jcune flllc. Eet ces arranged. J correspond for many months with madamc, her grandmother." ·Yes?" Msc was interested. "Peculiar custcm. Mrs. Witherspoon approved?" "Bat certainly! I hof the title; 1 haf the family--" "And she had the money," concluded Mac dryly. Orsini shrugged: "We make the fair exchange." "I daresay it's all according to the way you look at It" Mac flipped some cigar ashes into the fireplace. "Over here we believe in marrying for love." "So?" The count permitted himself a faint smile. "A funny custom, as you say No?" "Did Mr. Horace consent to the match?" "The papa ? I theenk so. He cea a good son; he agrees with the madamc." "By the way"--abruptly Mac shifted his point of inquiry--"did you ever meet any of this bunch, the guests, I mean, before this week?" "No. All are strangers.*· "Hum-m-m-m--you came directly from Paris?" "Direct, I arrive laa' week on the Franconiu." "You and Ludwig?" "Ludwig?" The count's monocle dropped to his waistcoat. "My valet?" "Uh-huli." "But, of course! Always he travels with me." "Nice little chap?" "Nice?" I could sec that Count Orslni was becoming more and more convinced of American Insanity. Fancy anyone thinking a valet a "nice little" fellow! It was all he could do to restaln himself. "Thinks the world of you, too," Mac went on. "Says you re so kind and generous." "Generous?" The count's expression was that of incredulity. "Uh-huh. Showed me a pair ot shoes you gave him. Good shoes-hardly worn. Just goes to prov* what he said about your generosity." "An, the shoes!" The coait's eyebrows twitched erratically. He said hastily: "They were too amall." "And they squeaked," added Mao gravely. "Perhaps you noticed?" "No! I notice nothing-." "Any questions, Ellis?" Chief Ellis stared at him. "No!" "Very well. That's all, count." "All?" "Yes." "I may go?" "You may." "Er--thank you." Again the count clicked his heels and withdrew. Mac chuckled: "Got him worried, eh? He was all set for th« mbbcr hose. Well, let him stew for a while; stewing is good for a guilty conscience. 1 ' "But why?" I demanded, "did the count want that tissue? Unless he committed the crime, and he didn't have any reason to." "Time will tell, Elsie," Mac replied, and I bent low over my notebook before I should encounter the infuriating grin that he seemed to reserve especially for me. "Sec here, Mclntyre!" Ellis was plainly losing patience. "How many times must I tell you to kccpi quiet? What is all this about shoes' and tissues? I've a right to know."' Mac smiled. He shook his head., "As long as I'm working alone,' chief, my information is my own."' "And what about my information? You're taking all that In, aren't you ?" "Right! And I'm not meaning \o hold out on you, Ellis. When the,; time Is right, I'll tell you everything and anything." It was along about four In the- afternoon by this time, and I wasi getting tired and cross and sleepy.! It did not seem to me that we werel getting to any place--and another! night was approaching. And there* was a killer loose somewhere In thel house! A killer who had struck once, perhaps twice, and who would: not hesitate to strike again! The prospect was not pleasant. Thci thought of darkness gave m« the jitters. "Catnap, baby?" Phil stole ovcri beside me. I Jumped three feet, j I bestowed upon him a freezing,! fleeting glance. "How much longer] is this uldc-show going to last?" I "Not iong, kid." Ho took my) hand In his. "Cheer up! Think rtl the stories you'll have to tell your! grandchildren!" "If I live to have grandchildren!"* I retorted. Jerking away from hlrnJ I was not la the mood for raillery-l I was not in the mood for anything: unless It Wfre a good hard cry. "All rlglit, honey." He moved away. "Go ahead and have yourself a good mad; you'll feel better." (To Be Continued) Lovely Crochet,That's So Easy Household Art* by Alice Brooks .PATTERN 6302 How it thrills n ncedlewowanm to have endless people admire her handiwork. Yours can be a prize-winner, too, just as this lovely cloth was! Pattern 6302 contains instructions for making the medallion; an illustration ol it and o£ stitches; materials needed. To obtain this pattern send ten cents in coin to The Daily Courier, Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th Street, New York, N. Y. JBe sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Mount Pleasant made a clean sweep in basketball victories over East Huntingdon Township Tuesday night at the Alverton gym when tho Ramsay High jayvees triumphed 18-12 over the townshipper's junior varsity before the Bobcat varsity dished out a 40-28 setback to East Huntingdon in a Section 13 contest. The line-ups of the Jayvcc game follow: Alverton G. F. Pis. F . Stoner, f, 2 0 4 Ottenberg, t 0 0 0 Miller, c - - 0 0 0 Kapelewsky, g ._ 2 2 6 Mclndoe, g 0 0 0 John Palanko, g 1 0 2 Totals , _ 5 2 12 Non-scoring substitutes -- Sutty, Ovitsky, Shubra, Grosser, Barber, Joe Pal.mko, Roscnsteel and Poth. Itamsay G. F. Pis. DePaskel, f 2 0 4 Desenio, f O i l Hatfield, c 1 0 2 Teminsky, g ,, 3 1 7 Kappera, g 2 0 4 Totals 8 2 18 Non-scoring substitutes--Kurpile, Topper and Cronin. Summaiy of the varsity game: East Huntingdon G. F. Pts. Clausner, f _.. 2 Novotny, t · Bales, c ,, . Bosweli Tightens Grip on Cage Loop Lead in Somerset Bosweli whipped Shade Township, 37 to 18, tor its fifth itvaight victory in the Clas,s A division of the Somerset County Basketball League. Somerset tagged along in second place with a 26 to 21 decision over Meyersdale at the latter's floor while Concmaugh Township turned in its third win at the expense of Berlin, 27 to 23. Stonycreek Township of Shanksville came through in the last half to defeat Hooversvilie, 35 to 27, while Fnedcns whipped Garrett, 26 to 11. Windbcr suffered its eighth consecutive icversal as Portage displayed a burst of speed in the last half to the tune of 32 to 21. Relief Board Sues. GPEENSBURG, Jan. 26.--State Department of Public Assistance has filed suit against live Latrobe, one Ligomer, one Smithton and one Vandergrift residents to recover amounts collected in grants. Jackson Tuiney of Smithton is alleged to have received $440 illegally. Ramsay Mafrmen Beat Elisabeth By Two Points Ramsay High matmen of Mount Pleasant stopped a strong Elizabeth High club which had won four straight matches in an engagement at Mount Pleasant Tuesday night by a 19-17 score. The summary: 85 pounds--Damato tof Mount Pleasant won decision over Miller. 95 pounds--Cramer of Elizibeth won decision over Zcgglin. 105 pounds--Queer of Mount Pleasant won over Kellcy by fall. 115 pounds -- Gabos of Mount Pleasant won over Bucy by tall. 125 pounds--Williams of Elizabeth won decision over Snyder. 135 pounds--Cramer of Elizabeth won over Shumar by fall. 145 pounds--Kalp of Mount Pleasant won decision over Bonno. 155 pounds--Rubino of Elizabeth won decision over Fajack. 185 pounds--Yanniello of Mount Pleasant won decision over Mc- Corklr. Heavyweignt--Stange of Elizabeth won decision over Mentis. Referee--Tim Wiblc, Penn State. Mount Pleasant Scores Two Wins Over Alverton Pytlak, g Ottenberg, g Precocky, g Petro, c Totals Mount Ploasant Rudnik, f Lentz, f Keller, c LosUosKy, g Walker, g 6 28 F. Pis. Totals _ ._ .. 17 6 40 Non-scoring substitute--Constabilc. Referee--Buckwalter. Basketball Scores Waynesburg 57, Slippery Rock 38. Glenville 51, W. Va. Wcslcyan 49. Gettysburg 55, Drcxel 26. Baylor 35, Texas Christian 31. Montana 38, Washington State 37. Point Marion 67, Mapletown 33. Ohio State 45, Michigan 31. Minnesota 35, Illinois 33. Notre Dame 74, John Carroll 37. Georgia 31, Alabama 26. Michigan State 35, Tennessee 31. Bethany 31, Bethel 27. Washington State 48, Montana 41. North Belle Vernon 62, East Pike Run 27. Bosweli Matters Win. Bosweli High's wrestling team defeated Bedford, 25% to IZ'A, -to avenge a setback suffered earlier in the season. ·

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