The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 14, 1938 · Page 16
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 16

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 14, 1938
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r · * PAGE SIXTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 193R. Basketball THE Basketball Sportorials By JOHN H. WHORIO Sports Editor \VILD LIFE MUST BE FED ,If sportsmen arc to continue to enjoy good hunting they must contribute, in addition to the $2 the law .requires them to pay lor 8 hunting license, of their time, money and effort to the end that the wild creatures they like to hunt are able to survive the winter. When snow covers the ground, natural food, even though it is plentiful, is practically impossible to secure. In such emergencies game needs all the help it can get. Here's where the true sportsman must enter the picture. He must participate In a winter feeding campaign that will enable wild life to live. The State Game Commission urges that everybody should join this'year "in launching the feeding program that will go down in conservation history as the most commendable bit of more game strategy Pennsyl- .vania sportsmen ever enjoyed. ~ "If you want better hunting, feed game--and use plenty of grit" is the advice to sportsmen. -; Some good foods to place at shelters include commercial scratch feed, good screenings, commercial chick , feed, wheat, oats, rye, barley, broom corn, millet and sunflower seed. Buckwheat and whole or cracked corn should,, be--used--for, grouse, pheasants, "wild lurKoys and squirrel --Natural'-feeding-places and shelters are~always preferable but lack- jng_ these you can always attract ~game to artificial havens. - Game that perishes for want of food is a waste that has no plpce in .Pennsylvania's wilds. If the conservation record is to be maintained those interested in wild life must do their bit BITS HERE AND THERE The KIwanis and Hotary clubs arc going to hook up in a series of three duckpin matches. The boys arc getting excited over the series which should be a big carnival. The Ki- wanians have a league that functions every Friday so the Rotarians are down to practice, every Monday Watch for the dates . . . President Clark Griffith of the Senators is going to let the Government decide the -home merits of big league baseball The Bureau of Standards -will tes the so-called National League dca ball and the American's rabbit bal . . . Catcher Ray Scores of Konosha "Wis, has signed a one-year contrac with the Pirates. He was brough from. Louisville for $12,000 Con- nellsvillc's George Solsson ranked second in the junior- group In thi Pittsburgh Tennis Association's an nual rating of stars. Harry Zink o Steubenville was first. The association voted that hereafter only players residing within the territorial limits of the club would, be consld. ercd . . . High School teachers hav( accepted the challenge of the students for a basketball game at the close of the varsity season . . Bierger Ruud of Norway, Olympii jumping champion of 1932 and 193 and regarded as the greatest nil around sk'icr in the world, predicted that if the American enthusiasm fo skiins continues to grow with each snowfall, the Stars and Strips migh become a potent force in the future "By 1944 the youngsters who ar learning now should have perfecte their styles to a point where.they might be a major thcat to Olympic competition," he said through an interpreter . . . Two o£ the most intriguing athletes this comine baseball season will be' Bob Feller 'and Rudy York, pitching and.' catching sensations of the American League, who have joined the" never ending cycle of new heroes to replace old stars- fading out of the-picture . ~. Rostraver Township HigrTfirmily entrenched. Itself as the big power in Section 8 wifli its decisive "victory over West Newton, 36 to 17, Wednesday night at Priccdale. Ten Rostraver boy* broke into the scoring columns as 15 field goals and six fouls were rung up. GREENSBURG, COKERS PLAY THIS EVENING Westmoreland Count- ians, Unbeaten, Have Strong Club. SCOTTDALE HAS JOHNSTOWN FIVE Connellsvillc High journeys to 'rccnsburg, tonight to tackle one of he two undefeated quintets in Sec- ion 9 of the W. P. I. A. L. and the Orange and Black will have its hands !ull as the Wcstmoicland county- scatcrs have a nifty floor combination. While the Cokers make a desperate effort to get back into the win column, Scottdalc will be entertaining Johnstown, the division's powcr- jouse which has found opposition thus far only from the local- Foty Vlillcr has a great team and is out tor a pennant in its return to the league after an absence of many years. Mount Pleasant 11 at home, playing the stiong Norwin club that swamped the Blue and White the other night. --In- Section 10, Dunbar Township invades Dcrry while Hurst goes to Ligonier. Youngwood and Dcrry Township clash in the important tilt. Wash-Jeff Boxing Team Jo Meet Pitt Ciub on January 15 WASHINGTON, Pa, Jan. .14.-- Vashlngton and Jefferson's boxing enm, coached by George Tucker, ormer professional luminary, and aptalned by "Battlm 1 Bill" BBSEO, 55-pound Fairchance, senior, will wing into action January 15 against he Unlversi'y of Pittsburgh's highly outcd sluggcis, at Pittsburgh Jan- lary 15. Besides Pittsburgh, the Presidents vill face the following Lock Haven State Tcachcis College, at homo, Fcb- uary 4; Buckncll, at home, February 1; Temple, at Philadelphia, February 10; West Virginia University, at Reds Defeat Greens, Blues Down Yellows The Reds won the odd game from the Greens and the Blues_ took two out of three from the Yollows~-i7i the" Girl 1 ; Rainbow Duckpin League at the West Penn bowling allcys._ The scores: RED Wagner - 103 lib 83" 296 Small __ 80 89 85 254 E. Phillips Murray Shoff Potthoft _ 89-150- 111 350 _ 98 116 68 -281 _110 J- 89 92--261 _107 ' 103 99 309 1587 858 538 1781 Totals 1 GREEN M. PJgmun 99 149 Bishop r_I10 -. 04 Friend ^_ 92 117 Chambers 49 63 Mummart 72 114 Sohonage 117 127 Totals Rude Berkey Chelmey Beiber Higbee Pigman Totals N. Phillips Cage Smyth Seaton DLxon I rands Totals 77 325 -T8 ZSIi 180 289 77 189 109 295 91 335 i94 517 637 1748 Second Round Schedule For Church Group The schedule for the second round of play in the Y. M. C. A.-Church Basketball League that opens on February 22 and closes March 31 follows: Tuesday, Feb. 22--St. John's H. N S. vs. United Brethren, 7; Presby- tenan vs. IXsenring Presbyterian, 8 Christian rs. United Presbyterian, 9 Thursday, Feb. 24--F. M. E. vs Dawson M. E., 7; St. John's vs. Presbyterians, 8; United Brethren vs Leisenring Presbyterian, 9. Tuesday, March 1--Christian v Church Brethren, 7; St. John's vs Leisenring, 8; United Brethren vs United Presbyterian, 9. Thursday, March 3--Presbyterian vs. Church Brethren, 7; Christian vs. F. M. E , 8; St. John's vs. United Presbyterian, 9, Tuesday, March 5--United Breth ren vs. Presbyterian, 7; Dawson M. E vs. United Presbyterian, 8; F. M. E vs. Church Brethren, 9. Thursday, March 10 -- United Presbyterian vs. Presbyterian, 7 United Brethren vs. F. M. E, 8 Christian vs. Leisenring, 9. Tuesday, March 15-^-Dawson M. E vs. Church Brethren, 7; F. M. E. v« United Presbyterian, 8;-Presbyterian vs. Christian, 9. Thursday, March 17--St. John's vs F. M. E., 7; United Brethren vs Dawson M. E., 8; United Presbyter ian vs. Church Brethren, 9. Tuesday, March 22--United Brclh rcn vs. Christian, 7; St. John's vs Dawson, 8; Church Brethren vs Lcisenring, 9. Thursday, March 24--St. John's vs Church Brethren, 7; Christian vs Dawson M. E., 8;.United Presbyterian vs. Leisenring, 9. Tuesday, March 29--Presbyterian vs. F. M. E , 7; Leisenring vs. Daw son, 8; United Brethren vs. Church Brethren, 9. Thursday March 31--F. M. E. vs Leisenring, 7; Presbyterian vs. Daw son M. E , 8; Gt. John's vi. Chris tian, 9. George Munger Penn Grid Heac PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 14--Georg A. Munger, 27, became one of th nation's youngest major college grid iron mentors today when he wa .appointed varsity coach of the Uni versity of Pennsylvania footbal team Munger succeeded Harvey Har man, who resigned "by mutua agreement" December 27 after th poorest of his seven seasons as hcai coach of Pcnn's football teamb Munger's contract was believed tc be for three years Recreation Center Swimmers Practice r ' - At Scottdale "Y The Connells\ ille Recreation Cen tcr MAammmg team went thiougli . hard practice session Thursday nt llv Scottdalc Y. M. C. A. in shaping up for a hard season against some of the best competition that can be scheduled. Negotiations aic being made lor a meet with a strong mtrn-mural team from Washington and Jefferson College. The Connellsvillc High Schoo swimming team has also expressed a desire to arrange a dual meet with the center. The boys who comprise the center swimming team are Bud Spear Rusty Ash, Terry Shaw, Frenchy Alesentrmo, John Alcsentrino, Jack Powell. Bill Whlttakcr, Don Prytu- lak, Clifton Orbin, Nate Woodward Joe McKcnna. Colin Auhibald anc Walter Miskims. Restocking of Fish Attains New High HARHISBURG, Jan. 14.--Stocking of fish in Pennsylvania reached a new all-time high this year, Commissioner of Fisheries C. A. French said today. i iThe State put out 4,667,750 trout, I the commissioner reported. This was more than twice as many as distributed in 1930. The fish range from fingering size to 18 inches long. Bass placed in the streams also was more than doubled with 355,434 released. Tr- same rate of increase THREE COACHES NAMED AT TEMPLE Morgantown. W. Va., March 2; and Marshall College, nt home, March 12. PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 14.--Three coaches, two freshmen and varsity, have been named ,x guide Temple University athletic teams during the winter campaign. .Morris Nazelow again was appointed to direct the fencing team after two years' service in this capacity. Zcke Golubitsky, varsity wrestling coach a year ago, will help Dr. Lloyd Bohn develop the freshmen squad, while Al Baran will have charge of the plcbe gj mnasts. was reported in the distributions of catfish;- sunflsh, yellow perch, pike, and for the first time suckers were stocked. More than 18 000 were released. Westinghouse to Play Three Cage Games Away Storting tonight the Westinghouse club will take to the road for three straight games. Tonight,the county champions will travel to Pittsburgh where the powerful Irene Kaufman Settlement passers will be played. The I. K. S. boys are plenty tough and proved this several weeks ago when they drubbed the Service Company passers of Scottdale, 50-17. On Sunday afternoon the icemen will journey to Greensburg Armory where the Nimrod Club \vill be played In a return game starting at 3 o'clock. Monday night the club will make the long trip to Johnstown to tackle a po%verful Johnstown Catholic ex- high team that has won the city championship of that place four consecutive years. The locals will appear on home court again next Wednesday when the California State Teachers College Junior Varsity will appear here. All Westinghouse players are to be at the B. O. Y. M. C. A. tonight at 6:30 o'clock sharp to make the trip to Pittiburgh. 'Another Smash Hit ··99 *25.00 to 846.00 Ynlno We've scored again! Our Clearance Sale is a decided "hit." New sales records are being established. Tomorrow, the third day of our greatest clearance, will be another busy day at Gigliotti's. The reason is simple-Nationally known merchandise at radical reductions! Men's Shirts Fancy and WhltM Men's Dress Hose Regular 55c Grade Men's Work Pants Men's Hats 1 Group Value* to S3.85 All Others 25% Off! 3^*1.00 $ 1.19 *1.98 Reirular 51.75 Gride All Munsing Underwear 25% off Mufflei s $100 Grades SI 50 4 fl.95 Crude. Boys' Knit Caps Shoes C5c Values $ 1.19 29c Crosby X Squares Florshclm Shoe* *8.45 , Boys' SUITS Two Knlckcr Suits. *9.»5 to 834.95 Grades Two Loup Trouser Suits $16.50 to $22.50 Value* OVERCOATS Men s Shirts Sriorts, 3 for $ 1.00 Kogulur . r 0c Grnde Men's Dress Pants 25% off Men s Leather Jackets 25% off rs LOWIXG .HEX'S S'lOKK. 124 Xorth eutsburgr Street.

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