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January 14, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 17

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1938. THE DAILY COURIER. JCONNELLSVILLE. PA. PAGE SEVENTEEN. DUNBAR GYM ACTIVE WITH FLOOR TILTS Bowman, Dunbar and DeMarco Teams Returned Winners. SCORES SHOW GREAT POWER Four interesting basketball games were staged at the Dunbar WPA Recreation Center with the DeMarco team trimming the Hl-De-Ho, 25 to 23; Dunbar winning over Dawson, 35 to 18; Bowmans taking a 25 to 14 decision over St. Rita, and Bowmans adding a second victory at the expense of the Baptist five, 54 to 32. The summaries: DeMarco G. F. Fts. Parker, g , 9. Q 4 Lizza, t i 0 2 DeMareo, c 3 0 6 Manzola, g 1 1 3 Dunaway, f 3 0 6 H. McDowell, g 2 0 4 Totals Hl-Dc-Ho R. McDowell, 1 -_ Gent, I C. Hnrvey, c L. Harvey, g D. Baker, g Sykcs, . 12 G. 0 1 5 2 3 _D 1 25 F. Pts. 0 0 KAYOED BUT STILL CHAMPION Totils 11 Score by quarters: DeMarco 10 7 Hi-De-Ho _ , . _ - . 6 4 Referee--Bogusky. 2 10 5 6 0 23 North Dawson Goldcnshicd, ± Durbin, f Burdettc, c Stimmel], g F. Landymore, g , . G. 1 1 2 1 -- 4 4 4--23 4 D--23 F. Pis. 0 2 0 2 0 0 ' 0 Totals 0 0 18 Non-scoring substitutes--Ansell, Laughery, Livingston. Dunbar G. F. Pts. W. Lizza, f 5 2 12 Sykcs, f 0 0 0 Gent, c si 4 D. Nygrcn, g 2 Dunav/ay, g McDowell, t Jarvls, c Bruno, g -- Totals ._ 15 Non-scoring substitutes--Utay, Al Price, Daugherty, Rossi. Score by quarters: Dunbar . __ 11 11 10 3--35 Dawson -- _ - 2 4 4 8--18 Referee--BogusJ:y. Bowmans Bruno, t R. Cooper, f . Jar/iff, c Bogusky, g _ Caruso, g -- G. __ 2 __ 3 _ 4 -- I _ 1 F. Pts. 6 Totals --, St. Ritas Saldtno, 1 -Testa, I Pepe, c Isona, g Candiloro, g 11 G. --1 --3 --0 --2 --0 2 0 1 0 0 Z 25 F. Pis 0 2 txmtnart, Freddie Steelc retains the middleweight championship although he was knocked out by Fred Apostoli in New York the other night. It was a non-title bout. Stecle claimed n foul in the seventh round and Referee Art Donovan permitted him Sports Gleanimgs .Honus Wagner, commissioner of semi-professional baseball, has issued a warning to sandlot baseball clubs signing players under national system of semi-pro player contracts without release. Teams dol"g that ·will be listed as "outlaw" and become ineligible for the tournament of the National Semi-Pro Baseball Congress. Feeling that the feminine motor boat racing drivers of the country have been overlooked in the presentation oJ special trophies for their exploits, Mrs. George W. Sutton, Jr., announced creation of the lone Ulrich Sutton trophy for the national women's high point scoring championship of 1938. "Totals 6 2 14 t Non-scoring substitute--Pllcggi. Score by quarters: Bowmans - . 4 B 1 12-St Ritas 3 3 4 4--14 Referee--McDowell. Bowmans Bruno Soldano, f -Jarvis, c Bogosky, g -Caruso, g 1 Totals Baptist H. Nygren, f A. Hair, f -D. Nygrcn, c Waska, g Yutzy g G. F. Pts. _3 1 7 _7 0 14 _7 1 15 -5 0 10 _4 0 8 26 G. 2 54 F. Pts. 1 7 "BeJghley, f Totals __ 15 Scoring by quarters: Baptist 3 4 ? 17--32 Bowmans 6 11 20 18--54 Hefcrcc--L. Harvey. Volleyball Season Ends As Guardsmen And Center Triumph The WPA Volleyball League, under the capable direction of John Holt ended a successful season at State Armory Tuesday with some exciting clashes. The first contest brought together the Med-.cals and "26C3" with the game going to the Guardsmen in two straight sets, 15-8 and 15-10. "Doc" Leighty and George Cole played brilliant ball for the victors while Floto and Arn showed up for the losers. The final fray found the Hccrcatlon Center too much for the liquor store boys, winning in two straight sets, 15-4 and 15-8. Hyatt, Barrett and Thomii showed up for the Center lads to this contest while Siesky and Rcndinc played good ball for the vanquished outfit. The line-ups. First Game. Medicals--"Doc" Leighty. Cole, Leeder, DeBolt, Rice and Wiltrout. "2003"--Floto, Siesky, Sloner, Nicolanti, Bendine and Arn. Substitutes--Medicals, P. DeBolt end Shallenbcrger; "2603," Michaels. Referee--Barrett. Second Game. Rccrection Center--Caretti, Hyatt, rhornc, Marzano, Barrett and Mis- unis. "2603"--Floto, Siesky, Arn, Nico- anti, Michaels and Rcndine. Substitute--^"2603," Zimmerman. Kcfcree--Holt and Zurawskt. i Spurred by 8 drop In tourist trade and other business resulting from the discontinuance of racing In Texas, a bevy of business men are mapping a drive for restoration of the sport in the Lone Star State. Six-man football, the kind played on the Nation's sandlots by scrub teams of neighborhood youths, received an official standing in the sports- world when it was adopted by the Wabash Valley High School Conference at Terrs Haute, Ind. w. WMS rtf-Tta f^KKAtl. i*. a "rest period" of 15 ov 20 seconds although no such periods are provided for under the New York commission's code which says fighters must wear proper protectors in the ring and thot fights cannot be won or lost on foul-; in New York. 73 Jayvees Get Letters In Football Thirteen members of the Connellsville High School Junior Varsity football squad were awarded letters by Coach A. S. Laskey. ' Through several games hud been scheduled for the past season, only one was playtd, the others being conceited because of bad weather. Those who received letters were William Folcy, J. 3. Athey, Grant Buttermore, John Lujack, James Lint, Carmen Ross, Domer Ross, Alfred Bieshada, Robert Nicklow, Nick Dollavechia, James Logston, Anthony Mancuso and Manager George Campbell. W. P. I. A. League Summaries SECTION 4 Games ToniRhl. Monongahela at Uniontown. Brownsville at Charlerol Donora at California. SECTION 9 Games Tonight. Latrobe at Jeannette. Conncllsvlile at Grcensburg Norwin at Mount Pleasant. Johnstown at Scottdalc.- SECTION 10 Games Tonight, Hurst at Ligonicr. Dunbar at Derry. Youngwood nt Dcrry Twp SECTION 14 Games Tonlirht. North Union nt Redstone. German at Maplctown. Point Marion at South Union. Renze Cigar Beats Elizabeth Bowlers The Renze Cigar bowlers won three straights from the Elizabeth club at West Penn bowling alleys, scoring a margin of 310 pins. The scores: ELIZABETH White 185 139 178 502 E. Maricclni 153 143 152 454 M. Maricclni 159 168 Lnfrqnkle Favro Krcski 04 138 230 325 -.106 176 189 451 .-103 . 153 25B Totals 712 718 7882218 RENZE CIGAR Rigger 180 153 162 405 Snponara 150 211 119 488 N. Renze 210 141 192 540 Colland 159 188 187 534 Howscr 151 156 157 464 retail . 862 849 817 2528 Y-CIITJECU LEAGUE SUndlnj of the Clubs. W. L. United Brethren 2 Christian 1 Dawson W. E. 1 St. John's H. N. S 1 Lcis. Prcsbytcritn 1 F. M. E. _. . 0 U. Presbyterian 0 F. Presbyterian 0 Church of Brethren 0 Pet. 1.000 1.000 l.ODO .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 Games Tuesday. Christian vs. Church of Brethren, 7 P. M. St. John's H. N. S. vs. Lcisenring Presbyterian, 8 P. M. United Brethren vs. United Presbyterian, P. M. Earl "Dutch" Clark, playing coach and veteran quarterback of the De-j troit Lions, hailed since 1031 as the i greatest all-around football player 1 In the game and selected recently j for the sixth time in as many playing seasons by the pro league's j coaches as an ail-league quarterback 1 , has been named the recipient of the first Gruen award of merit to be made annually to the player ad-, Judged to combine best of all nth- j letes in the league high standard o f , play with outstanding sportsman-' ship and significant service for the' advancement of professional football Henry Plcard, ace golf pro of Charleston, S. C., will defend hib title in the fourth annual National amateur-profeswinal best ball match play championship which " will be contested over St. Augustine links in Florida March 16 to 20. Picard has chosen Frank Ford, Charleston amateur, to ts his partner ior the second time in the winter classic. Joe Heving, who took pait in 40 games for Cleveland Indians in 1837, winning eight and losing four while saving a number of others yet never starting a game, commented that "it looks as if the day has gone by when a manager* calls for a relief pitcher who can throw the ball past the batter." The trend is for a curve ball pitcher. Vanderbiif Girls Down Dunbar Five In Floor Contest Vandcrbilt Recreation Center girl basketeers scoied a 24 to 15 decision over the Dunbar lassies at the Furnace Town center. The line-ups: Vandcrbilt G. Herbert, f 5 Mongeluzzo, f 4 McLaughlin, c 0 Bates, g o R. Lint, g 0 F. Pis. 0 10 Totals Dunbar F. Bogusky, t Denella, t lent, c Manclm, g Mtoord, g Spongier, g G. - 5 _ 0 - I _ 0 - 0 - 0 6 6 21 F. rts. 0 10 0 0 Totals Score by quarters: Vandcrbilt Girls 7 5 Dunbar Girls 2 S Referee--Bogusky. 5--24 5--IS KNOX HATS SMART RICH FELTS JN POPULAR SHADES AND SHAPES- To be correct, a hat must hjrve the proper balance and proportion between the crown and brim. According to fashion authorities, well-dressed men are wearing a felt hat with a wider brim and a little lower crown. We have these hats in stock and many other styles, including the popular Horaburg, Knox hats have a nation-wide reputation for their easy-to-fit qualities. Regardless of the shape of your hoad . . . we feel quite sure youTl find a hat that will ut you in our men's department. $550 $750 MEN'S DEPARTMENT CONTINENTAL, STORE Printers Halted After Chalking Up 22 Straight Wins The winning spree of the Printers came to an end Tuesday night in the ^City Industrial Duckpin League as the Meter Readers came through with a 10-pin margin in the second game of a match after the first half champions had scored 22 consecutive victories. The Printers came back to make it two out of three. The Servicemen won the odd game from the Cicrks and the Roportois took two out of three games from the Carriers The scoics: CLERKS -, 85 100 140 Coclcrell ... Phillips Collins Baker Dummy 110 04 213 107 130 90 122 127 67 109 307 489 262 349 270 Totals . 526 640 511 1677 SERVICEMEN Dunslon _ . 90 111 86 2D6 Fisher 128 90 105 323 Shipley 110 113 151 380 Hoover 94 150 92^342 Harwick 153 129 124 400 Totals 590 599 558 1747 CARRIERS Fiiburn 95 113 145 353 Nicholson FInnlgan ._ Yaw .. ,,, Critchfleld Dunston -- V/itt 84 64 83 231 101 281 342 77 103 124 107 111 144 128 107 373 121 141 172 434 94 108 110 321 Totals _. 578 597 054 REPORTERS 141 131 105 127 89 100 117 102 140 85 104 125 J. Ddscoll Hatfield _ Urchasko Smith _ .. Wbonc P. Driscoll Haggerty Tot-ils 164 127 118 88 100 1-18 1« 130 129 1829 377 316 359 312 ·109 336 401 ... C01 594 CGO 1943 PRINTERS C. Driscoll 393 87 142 Docrflcr 101 142 90 Phuntek 114 115 96 Harrer 178 118 146 Galasso 149 116 140 Totals 735 578 620 METER READERS Wandcll 112 104 137 Bafccwoll 105 14G 158 Critchfleld 93 111 93 Hooper _.' 88 142 6' Buttermore 130 85 115 Totals 534 588 600 423 339 325 442 405 1933 353 409 309 321 330 Christians, St. John's, United Brethren Win United Brethren Thursday won its second game in the Church League, defeating Lcisenring Presbyterian, S5-20, to take possession of first place, ii l,alf game ahead of the Christian and Dawson M. E. clubs. In t'ic other games, St. John's Holy Name Society romped to 63-23 win over the First Presbyterian with Herchko scoring 24 points for the victors, and the Christians took the measure of the United Presbyterians, 30 to 22. The lineups: United Brethren G. F. Pis. Robinson, f -- 3 Emcrick, f Ray, f . . B. Miller, c _ Wilt, g P. .liller, g Totals Leiscnrjnff Goodman, f Bailey, 1 Hess, f Goodman, c Washbaugh, g Culver, g Hess, g Totals - . 9 Referee--Rude. Umpire--Stillwagon. 16 G. 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 3 r. i o o i 0 0 0 20 St. Johns Hudock, 1 C. F. Pte. 0 0 Herchko, f Gihk, f M.icoyko, c -M Hudock. g .,, Polachak, g Liposky, g _ .10 _- 4 .,, 0 _ 0 _ 6 _ 9 24 8 0 0 12 10 Totals Presbyterian Rcnner, f -Barbour, f Luckey, c Mantel, g Ramage, g Johnson, g Totals Referee--Rude. Umpire--Stillwagon. 29 G. _ 4 ,, 0 ,, 4 _ 1 _ 1 _ 0 10 5 63 F. Pts. 9 0 10 - 2 2 ,0 23 Christian Conway, f Perrus, t K Brooks, c H. Brooks,'g _. Cartwright, g _ Totals ... U. P. Miller, f R Filburn, 1 . Hyatt, c Hnrt, g -- Kunlclc, g -- G. _ 2 _ 5 _ 2 _ 1 _ 2 -12 G. 2 F. Pts. 0 4 1 -11 3 7 1 3 1 5 6 30 F.'Pts. 1 5 Totals 9 4 22 Non-scoring substitutes--Bcighley, Glass, D. Filburn. Armstrong Stops Venturi in Sixth By United Prcjs. NEW YORK, Jan. 14.--Featherweight Champion Henry Armstrong launched his 1938 ring campaign Wednesday night with a sixth-round knockout over lightweight Enrico Venturi of Italy, who was lying in his own coiner claiming "foul" as Referee Arthur Donovan counted him out Jt was the seond time in less than a week th£t the question of "foul" come up in a bout at Madison Square Garden, and this one is sure to have n stormy aftermath because Donovan gave Venturi no "rest period" after the officially-recognized low blow landed. Armstrong registered this 27th knockout in his last 27 fights at 2:49 17?2 of the sixth session. Presidents Open ·Swimming Season With Allegheny WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.--Coach Andrew lOiestnck, of the Washington ami Jefferson swimming team, today appointea Arch Logan, Rochester, Minn, senior, as capUin of the 1938 outfit. The schedule follows: January 15--Allegheny College, at Mcadvillc. February 5--Wheeling Steel, at home. February 12--Allegheny, at home. February 19--Grove City, at Grove City. February 26--Slippery Rock, at home. March 2--Carnegie Tech, at Pittsburgh. March 5--Grove City, at home. E X T E N D E D We must make more room for our New Spring Mer- chandise! Therefore ... we are extending our January Qearance Sale until further notice is given. f* B fTIYSJj f * f f f e R T £ uly a If bOATS fSOOO OP TO SIM Off 1/3 Off 14 Off 97JOQ tTP* TO WSO-00 VAJHTSS 14011 D R E S S E S 93.85 UP TO 8240 Off l/ 3 Off l/ 4 Off l/ 2 Off 1/2 Off ttUOO TTP TO »10JW l Off 1 NOW $1.50 3- 1/3 Off «*-SR Try TO nuo Off Off *»S5 IIS TO Off 1/3 Off y 4 Off LADIES' DEPARTMENT CONTINENTAL. 8TORB

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