The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 27, 1939 · Page 17
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January 27, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 17

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 193D. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNEULSVIUuE. PA. PAGE SEVENTEEN. DistiUers Seek M o r e Laurels After Bearing Clairton. MAIN CONTEST AT 8:15 SHARP Ovcrholt All Stars will swing into action at Scottdale Armory at 8:15 o'clock tomorrow night, playiig host to a highly touted New Kensington quintet. The distillers have been stepping along in high gear and will be out for another feather in their hots utter having toppled the Clairton Big Five, 44 to 41, in one part of a triple-header that featured Ovcrholt teams. The three games were staged nt Clairlon with the Ovcrholt girls losing a 38-8 decision to Orpheum Lassies, the Overholt Stars (Junior varsity) taking the measure of Large Distillery, 26 to 22, and Overholt All Stars spilling the Clairton dribblers. The summaries: Overholt G. F. Pis. Brooks, £ Bayha, f Ringler, f Sager, f Tulley, Jim, c Rushton, c Collins, g Karr, c Sproat, g Pctracca, g 1 -4 0 4 0 0 0 CASEYS PLAY VIKINGS HERE THIS EVENING North Braddock Has Strong Team That . Comes to Armory. MAIN CONTEST AT 8:30 SHARP The Casey quintet, co-sponsored by John J. Spishak and the Kinghts of Columbus, will oiler fandom a real treat in the way of first-class basketball when it tackles the strong North Braddock Vikings club at State Armory tonight. The local independent aggregation lost to the Vikings at Braddock Thursday night by B 34-24 score but are confident it can reverse that decision on its own floor. The Caseys have yet to lose a home engagement. An exciting preliminary has been arranged between the Howitzers and Charlerol Merchants. This game will start promptly at 7:30 o'clock with the main attraction geting under way o 8:30 o'clock. Dempsey Goes to Prison-- By Special Request RAMSAY HAS 0 FOOTBALL 'TILTS IN 1939 All But Last Game on Card to Be Played Under Lights. OPEN ING FRAY SEPTEMBER 8 Jack Dcmpscy, former heavyweight champion of the world, is pictured I Dempsoy came at the request of aa ex-pugilist, wbo now Is a Ufo addressing convicts in tho North Carolina state prison at Raleigh. I termer. {C*nLrc* Press* The Ramsay High Scijool 1930 gridiron schedule, arranged by Athletic Director and Coach Ned Culler, has been completed with nine engagements slated for the Bobcat eleven, eight of which will be played under the mazdas. .Three newcomers make their appearance this season on the grid card. They are Rowlesburg, W. Va., Fairchance and L'eechburg. Another school, possibly Glassport, may be scheduled on the open , dote, September 29. The only daylight game to be played by the Ramsay gridders is scheduled with Leechburg at that place on Armistice Day, which will conclude the Mount Pleasant season. The schedule for 1839 follows: Sept. 8--South Huntingdon, home. Sept. 15--Connellsville, away. Totals ____________________ 11 4 26 Non-scoring substitutes -- Sager, Harr. Atkinson, f Julian, f Chartos, f Matich, f G. 1 _..0 2 F. Pts. Lcsofsky, c Roggs. e : Chontos, g 0 Totals 11 0 22 Non-scoring substitutes -- Julian, Chnntos. i Referee--Gordon of Scottdale. Umpire--Ncwmycr of Cloirton.' Ovcrholt G. F. Pts. Tulley, Joe, t 3 1 C Ringler, f 0 0 0 Cortwright,' f 4 5 13 Brooks, i f* 0 0 Kolfz c 7 1 IS 1 3 McCormick, g 1 Hart, g 2 Totals 17 10 44 Non-scoring substitutes--Ringler, Brooks. crairton G. . F. Pis. Null, f 3 1 7 Dubois, f J 0 12 Taylor, f _ Nosich, c -Semo, c Barko, g Blasko, g -- Raaflaub, g _ Totals 18 5 41 Non-scoring substitute--Taylor. Score by quarters: Ovcrholt 7 4 11 22--44 Clairton 8 10 13 10--Jl Referee--Karso. Umpire--Gordon. DOUBLE CAGE CARD MONDAY NIGHT H E R E Paramounts to Play in First Game, Caseys in Other Battle. SCOTS, CARR1CK ' TEAMS COMING Basketball fans of the community will be 'treated to another doubleheader attraction at State Armory Monday night. In the opening part of the double bill, Paramount Theatre will take on the strong Scottdale Merchants, a quintet composed of former Blue and White scholastic aces. This fray Is listed for 7:30 o'clock. In the other half, the Casey Club tvill do battle with a highly touted Carrlck Eagles outAt that beasts former high school and college floor stars of that region. This game is booked ior 8:30 o'clock. Pay Off ALL Your Bills With a Personal Loan Then bavo L£SS to pay each month. bccauso you hare only ONE place to pay. Theioll bo mote LEFT OVER lot youi living oxpenca. Main requirement, juct your ability, to 10- pay th* loan tn unall cum* wgularly. No co-maVon. N Indbcroot Inqiilrlea. "Personal Credit" loan* up to $300 oa your signature only, ox thca ol husband and wife. Com* in or phono. FINANCE COMPANY :ond Ftvor. lloora elxl Bultdlnc, Crawford Aver) u Phone M. H owitzers Face Strong Court Teams Mount Pleasant Football Squad · Hears Bill Daddio at Annual Fete Banquet Given by Rotary And Kiwanis Clubs Of Borough. COACH CULLER LAUDS SPIRIT given by Rev. Harold C. Bacr, pnstor of the First Evangelical and Reformed Church. President C. B. Shupe of the Rotary Club welcomed the football alaycrs and the response was made jy Captain Anthony Gnudlno. High School Principal G. Clifford Singlcy reviewed development of athletic supervision. Superintendent John C. Howitzer Company basketecr'; face a number of tough opponents as the second half of the year's program is started. At 7:30 o'clock tonight, the gunrds- men will tackle the Chnrleroi Businessmen's Club while the wind-up to the program will be on February 17 when the Bradford (Pa.) Military Club, championship five of the Pennsylvania National Guard, comes to State Armory. Blairsville, Jeannettc, Smock and Monongahcla will send strong quintets to the local floor. Basketball Results George Washington 29, Colgate 48. Brownsville 42, Redstone 35. Uniontown 42, \Vayncsburg 29. Some Relay Team. Big blond Larry Tregonning, Pitt sophomore quarter-miler from Altoona is likely to displace one of Pitt's champion mile relay quartet of Woodruff, Oh], McKce and Fcr- rara, which may mean a new American mark for the Panthers. He's the Potentate Harold Lloyd, screen actor, proudly wears fez of the Illustrious Potentate of A.1 Milalkah temple of the Shrine, at Los Angeles. He is first motion picture actor ever to head Al Malaikah In thn city. Special to Tho Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 27.-Annual banquet for the footba.I squad, cheer leaders and managers of Ramsay High School was held Thursday evening t in National Hotel under the joint sponsorship of tho Kiwanis and Rotary clubs with covers being laid for approximately 160 persons. William (Bill) Daddio. University of PittsburnVs all-Amcricoji end. the principal speaker, gave his hearers an Intimate, picture of the Golden Panthers grid squad, relating some of the personal experiences of individual members, high-lights of several games in which he played, of the trip to the coast and of the one and only Dr. John Bain (Jock) Sutherland. Dnddlo told the boys what they might expect when they become members r? a college football roster. Annually the two local service clubs take the initiative tn arranging thu affair for the Bobcat football ro-jter and this year it was the Kiwanis Club's turn to do honors as sponsor. President L. F. Oswald of the Kiwanis Club introduced Tonst- master L. F. Fox. Invocation was Sewicklev Junior Dribblers Topped By Perry Township Perry Township Junior Varsity spilled Scwicklcy Township Jayvces by a score of 30 to 21 in a preliminary to the varsity fracas. The summary: Perry Township G. F. Pis. Fcrcncy, f Lowthcr, f Baluch, c ~ Campbell, g _. Zackal, fi _... Rumancik, g G. . 3 _ 0 . 2 1 2 Totals :..!. 14 2 30 Non-scoring substitute--Palonder. Scwicklcy HiRhbcrger, f . McMarton, f -- Vanalt, c _., Gardiner, £ Mormain, g Hefferle, g G. 4 2 1 n 0 1 NF. Pts. Totals 8 5 21 Non-scoring substitutes--S h o a f, Sittman, Staffoid, Adams and Martinelli. Scoring by quarters: · Perry Twp 2 8 7 13--30 Sewicklcy 1. 0 6 5 4--21 Hofcrce--Sofnly. MEAT Across From Paramount Theatre (SATUKDAY SPECIAL) Chicken Legs 8 legs for 25e Fresh Pig Feet 5 Ibs. 25c Fresh Pork Ribs 15clb. VEAL CHOPS Shoulder Cuts 2 ibs. 29c SAUSAGE MEAT ih. 15c Fresh Beef Hearts and Beef Tongues Ib. 13c PORK CHOPS 5ibs.$1 Smoked Squares 14clb. Salt Side 12V2C Ib. Fat IJnsk 7clb. Sliced Bacon 25c Ib. ROLLED RIB ROAST, Boneless Ib. 25c Haberlcn impressed on the boys the fact a good student makes a good athlete and that scholastic achievement should always be the first consideration. Head Coach Ned Culler commended the squad for its fine accomplishments throughout the season In view of the repeated injuries to some of the outstanding players. "A | team that can come through like this one did in the face of repeated handicaps and setbacks must be a good team. I say it is one of tho best teams I've ever had the good fortune in coaching," Culler said. Fred Houseman, director of the Ramsay High Band, conducted group singing and sang a solo. He also presented five of the bandsmen in a '"Little German Band" number. Attending the dinner were 54 members of the football squad, Managers Dean Walker, Howcll McFarland. Bill Pfaadt and Robert Crusan, Faculty Manager Russell S. Hackman and Cheer Leaders Charles l.cntz, Eleanor Balr, Audrey Eicher, Mary Evans and William Harbaugh. Sept. 22--Rowlesburg, home. Sept. 29--Open. Oct. "--Scottdale, home. Oct. 14--Falrchancc, home. · Oct. 21--East Huntingdon, home. Oct. 28--Dunbar, home. Nov. 3--Hurst, home. Nov. 11--Leechburg, away. JIdlvaal Settles Suit. HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 27.--David Mdivanl, last of the Mdivani brothers, squared himself with the courts by giving a $900 check to a court marshal who had atachted his bank account.' The check was for room and board, not for himself, but for two polo ponies. A country club sued for the bill. A F I N E A S S O R T M E N T O F P O P U L A R P A T T E R N S , S H A D E S A N D S T Y L E S Mr. Connellsville yon have a standing favftatton to inspect our store . .. and there is no better time to pay us a visit than right iwwl . Take advantage of this aale of flue topcoats.. .everyone is a worthwhile bargain at this reduction. Parking worries are taboo here, because we have a roomy parking lot for the convenience of our customers -- free of charge! Why not make it a date for Saturday night We're open 'tfll 9 o'clock. 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