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THE DAILY COURIER; CONNELLSVII.!^, PA. vVEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1938. - ; ~- Basketball: THE S Basketball By J O H N H.'WHORIC Sportsi Editor · -· FISTIC/THEN'OMENA*' S. .M. DeHuff furnished us with a copy of the Salisbury Advertiser and Wicomico Countian of Salisbury, Md., which tells- a - story of ~ a double knockout before a capacity crowd in. the Armory there ,,., . Arid the oddity of this ftstiana phenomena 'was that the referee--F.d Brockman--called-it a-drawr'"~" "'·' Probably, it-is best to let the veteran arbiter .tell-you the story os-he saw it from the center of the '-'ring.- Brockman'saUU" : *'·' "I have officiated -In at least' 15,000 bouts, but I saw one Thursday night at Salisbury-that-will-linger in my memory as long as I live. "Norris Polk,-who had scored six straight one-round .knockouts, in Salisbury; his-horrie town, met Otts Baiter .of .Baltimore, in'n six-round semifinal. A few seconds_aftcr the pair squared off. Baker, connected with a right .to the^ Jaw. and .Folk stayed down for a cout of .nine, , ,',_.,. ^Regaining his feet,.Polk flattened Baker.for.nine, and each.then, scored a knockdown in. which a.couot.,oJ three .was involved.^ .... .,, ., "They" faced each, .other, again In the,center, of .the ring,, and both,'let Cy with a right,.to_the chin....Both connected. ,,Both,,went, down .like bags of cement. I started, to. count, . When.I reached. 10, both.were on..1he floor, and still unable to rise., .. "They were assisted -to tho dressing room, and both were · out. five minutes after reaching their quarters. Then came the big question of what to call the bout. Should the fighter first regaining his feet-be declare* the winncr,"dr~should if be caUc3"a draw? "I. decided that'it wa» a draw They were both down when the coun of 10 was completed. That was the end of the flght. You could not consider the condition of the fighters afterward." "After the show, which. Incidentally, was'one of the greatest ew held, in'a small town, was completed Danny Russell, of Salisbury, came to my dressing room. Almost 10 year ago Russell fought in Baltimore and ' took part in a match that ended with a double knockdown but not a double knockout. "Russell met Benny Flax in Haiti more and Charley Short was tbj referee. Both landed at the same time and-both dropped to the canvas. Flak managed to regain hi feet at the count of nine and al though he collapsed seconds later was declared the winner by a knock' out." ·"· · FARR-BRADDOCK BOUT Tommy Fair meets former Chara pion James J. Braddock on Fridsy night in New York .City. Here' what the Collyer's Eye has to say about that 10-round fight: "Fair will win every round. This Is an Insult to the Intelligence of Nfiw York flght fans. Braddock can' whip a 10-year-old schoolboy has just come out of a sick bed, i'ar is priced at 1 to 5." Seems to us not so long ago they were picking out a marble slab an posies for Herr Moxie Schmeling bu they had to use them for the Brown Bomber. Farr's unorthodox style of flphtinj was a complete puzzle to Joe Lewis and the Welshman stayed the limit. Braddock," risking his title . agnlns Lewis, .had planned to-^b'ox th bomber but after he put over a hare sock thatihurt Joe, Jimmy got th notion he could "rock'him- to sleep Had he fought the kind-"of-,1gh£"h did in his;training, BradSock mlgh have been standing up, tbb,_- at end of the ,-out. \ ."-· -- .. BITS THERE AND THERE A wrestling clinic for W. P. I. -A. L. coaches will be held Saturday starting atfl A. M., in the downtown Y. M. C. A; in Pittsburgh. :Interpre tation of rules governing ..schoolboj meets, changes and demonstration will be included . . ..Grccnsbu:g* rifle club comes here Friday nigh tor a shoot with the local outfit:.:,: Jakic Elpcra of Greensburg, a mem ber of tho' State Legislature;"is' tc seek the Democratic nomination .f o Congress. r:The former'grid'-slarV.'a World War veteran, made his an nounccment at the Veterans Hospita at Aspimvall where he is a patien ... If a score sheet is worth publica tion it should be worth a;mlnutc o your time to draft it neatly, legibly and accurately. Unless Sheets arc'ii such shape; they will be consigncl to the waste paper basket .",' . Approximately 1.000 rabbits have been released in Fayette county to replenish the supply after the big kill last season. Hunting licenses were · bought by'16,500" in 1937 . 7 T Semi pro baseball now has Its own playing rul"s. -They are identical'wit] those of the American and Nattoha leases with the exception of fine, and suwnslons. The new .rules"arc presented in the new 1938 Natlqna semi-pro baseball guide available to. dav . . . Jjirk Cuddv. United Press fTXri«; wrH»r. pi«-ks Tommy Farr ti bent Jersey-Jim Braddock on Fridaj nigM . . . First Snrker Johnny Me Ccrthy of the Giants has signed hi: 1938 contract. Leisenrihg Quintet Has JEasy Time in Triumph- ''. iibg, 36 to 14,' WALBAUM SCORES FOR HURRICANES Undisputed possession."of-'-first lacc Iri^Sc'cUon 10 was : ~ token by iunbar "Township High Tuesday night as Lcisenrlng scored a 30 to 14 victory ovcr-Llgonler while Hurst pulled a big-surprise with a"28 to 25 decision over a favored Dcrry Township quintet .as. Youngwood turned back East' Huntingdon Township, 30 to 12. · · · - ·'-,·. ...-.·-.- . ' As the Red and Black,cncountcred virtually no ; opposition "from the Mountaineers, the Scarlet Hurricane came through to .drop the Larry Sullivan Ove out of n deadlock for first place with Dunbar Township. The tide of the Hurst-Dcrry battle was turned when Walbaum', veteran star forward, sank a field goal for "Mount Pleasant Township,"~ ' Incidentally' it was Hurst which last season knocked o f f " Lclscnring No. 1 to ·.start'tte; Red and Black Mdg out of its"position.as a contender for the Section 10 crown, thus enabling Dcrry Township to win. Dunbar,scored 18 field gonls..and four fouls while Ligonier got half a dozen two-pointers and a brace of free shots. Lclscnring Jounreys to Dcrry Township on Friday night In an all- important sectional scrap. The summary: Llconlcr G. F. Pis. Ramsay, f ? 0 4 Donate, t " 1 1 Bergstrom, c ' 0 2 W41t, g 0 1 1 Hants, 8 1 0 Z Chrismer, t * · o 4 Sailors Vote DowirCIO. " l_ SAN FRANCISCO, Jon. ; ddrscment of the leadersWp_of".Harry Lundebcrg -and defeat 'of : the were disclosed as results of J)e coast- wide referendum of the Sailors ion of the Pacific. Holds Section Derry W. P. 1. A. League Summaries SECTION S Ye*lerday's Results. Conncllsvlllc 47; Mount Pleasant 33. Scpttdalc 25; Latrobc 21. Grccnsburg 32; Johnstown 16. · Norwln 42; Jcanncttc 15. Standlnc of tlie Clnta. · - W. L. Grccnsbursr , 5 0 Johnstown' __ Norwln" ''-" Jcannctte . Connellsville' ScbtWale Lotrbbe _ . "Mount Pleasant' Pet 1.000 .800 .800 .400 .400 .400 jno .000 Totals Dunbar Yourich, f _ Pavlosky, f _ Hasson, c Hertznell, g . Husband, g _ IContra, f Roscnsteel, f . Romanko, c -Herchko, g -- . 6 2 H G. F. Pts. _5 0 10 _2 0 4 -- 3 0 6 -- 1 1 3 _0 2 2 _1 0 2 _1 0 2 -- 2 0 4 _1 1 S Totals 16 4 36 Score by periods: * Ligonier 4 1 3 6--14 Dunbar 8 8 12 8-56 Referee--Barr. GAME Kill REPORTS FLOODING OFFICE OF STATE COMMISSION Uncle Sam has been delivering five to ten bags of mail daily to the Harrisburg office of- the Game Commission for a number of weeks. In this dally-deluge o£- mall are thousands of game kill reports-submitted by holders of 1937 hunting licenses in compliance with^the provision of the revised law,,whicb/'rep.uh-es that such reports 'be -.filed - on the convenient form Issued,as a .part of every license prior to January 16. ^.According to District Game Protector Theodore T. Schafer, there are evidently numerous hunters in Fayette county-who have not yet compiled with this'requirement, apparently having overlooking mailing the necessary reports. _ The commission .has. advised Game Protector-Schafer-that the thousands of.reports,so far received are being sorted and checked as-rapidly as possible, against.the record of hunting licenses issued. Later he will be in- forrnefc-.which.-'holdcrs of hunting licenses have failed to.comply with the.law. Failure to-mail thereport makes, 4he negligent..hunters liable to "afine of ?2 and costs of prosecution. ,j -x : ..". Tr ".':' Game Protector Schafer urges that negligent hunters forward their reports to the office of the Game Commission "at once in the hope that this county, may be one of,those with the highest'percentage of game kill reports .iSubmittcd. .;,,,,;. The purpose of these'reports is to enable rthe" commission to determine what the total kill of game has been, which will supply information for its guidance in the development of its future! · game"- restoration programs .throughout the State.* - RAMSAY JAYVEES DOWN LOCAL TEAM !-IN.-CLOSE: BATTLE The Coker Reserves lost a thrilling battle to the .Ramsay Jayvecs of Mount Pleasant in the preliminary to the varsity contest, 19 to 17. :;.-4Chc: score was. knotted-many times throughout the same. ,Xri:'the flnal seconds.with it lied af-lT-aH, Keller, Bobcat '.center,: ..Intercepted a poo£-Coker-pass:andZturried".lt. into ""fS'winntng field goal. ' Both quintets netted three points from free throws, the edge in the .visitors Game* Friday. Connellsville at Latrobc. . Mount Pleasant at Jeannctte. Greensburg at Scottdal*. Nonvin at Johnstown. SECTION 10 Yesterday'* Result*. Dunbar 38; Ligonier M. Hurst 28; Dcrry Towiuhlp 25. Youngwood 30; East Huntingdon 12.- SUndlnr of the Clubs. Dunbar W. ret -- 4 0 1.000 __ 3 1 .750 -- 3 2 .800 S 2 .300 -- 2 2 .500 -- 1 4 East Huntingdon 0 4 .000 Dcrry Twp. Youngwood Dcrry Hurst Ligonier Guncii Friday. Derry »t Ligonicr. Dunbar at Derry Twp. Hurst at East Huntingdon. SECTION 18 Remits. Fayette City 31; Scwicklcy 21. West Newton 35: Belle Vcrnon 21 Rostra vcr Belle Vcrnon West Newton Fayette City Scwicklcy __ Pcrryopolls _ South Huntingdon _ 0 Game Today. South Huntingdon at Pcrryopolis SECTION J* Yesterday's Results. Redstone 37; German 20. North Union 33; Point Marion 25 Georges 42; South Union 29. Standing of the Clubs. Georges North Union . South Union Point Marion Mapletown Redstone . German _____ 1.001 1.001 .80 -25' .25 .25 .00 Games Friday. Mapletown at Redstone.; Point Marion at German. North Union at Georges. SECTION 4 Yesterday's Results Donora 48; Uniontown 40. - Charlcroi 39; Monongahela 26. Monessen 41; California 25. Standing of the Clubs. W. I* Donora 4 0 Monessen 3 1 Uniontown 3 2 Charleroi 3 2 California 1 3 Brownsville 1 3 Monongahela 0 4 Games Friday. Califor/ila at Uniontown. Donora at Brownsville. , Monessen at Monongahela. Pet 1.00 .75 .60 .OCX .25 .25 . .00 8 to 7. The lineups: .Cokers Blttner, f Wiilard, f Soisson, c : Ma'hsbergcr, g McCoy, g _ McMullen, f Campbell, f Sharp, g Landymore, ff Totals G. --.1 F. 1 0 O 0 0 2 0 0 0 .LULU13 ._ » ,,,,..... 4 J 1 Non-scoring substitutes--Reed an Lewis. Ramsay Loskosky, f Czech!, f .._ Keller, c _ Mclndoe, · g _ Ccrnuto, g ._ 'Walker,' f G. F. Pts 1 1 0 0-Totals _...:..8 3 1 Non-scorinff substitutes--Costabll and Lentz.- - .-·,,... . . . . . BEAUTY IS CHAMPION ANGLER, TOO Xonn* dift ditching n finny onutle* tn on* hour and 40 mlnutci. Nora* EUlJ, win* til* San 'Diego, CaJ, county women's (Kltwatcr derby at Oceujldc, Cil, near Saa Diego. TWIN CAGE PROGRAM AT ARMORY TONIGHT West t*cnn Bowling League is Revised; Second Half Opens 3ie West Pcnn Bowling League has pried off the schedule on the second half 'with the teams revised and indications arc that the competition will be much more even. Tl.c Watts lost two out of three to tha Volts, the Amps were on the short end of the odd game In the Cycles match while the Meters came through with a victory over the Ohms. The scores: WATTS Witt 136 115 10D 360 Decker 89 142 70 301 Fair 85 87 80 252 Bertram 114 107 97 318 A. Mongcll 71 142 128 340 Wamhofl _115 127 157 399 Godfrey 145 140 127 412 Basketball fans will be treated to another first-class doublchcadcr tonight at State Armory and the lorgcs crowd of the season is looked fo when the first whistle is blown a 7:45 o'clock, for at this timo th crack Georges Township High Schoo team, tied for first place in Scctibi 14, W. P. I. A. L., with four wins am no defeats will take on a much im proved Immaculate Conception High Georges Township has a big team most of the boys being six foot o over and is rated with the best in Fayette county, but tho locals flnall hit their stride last week in defeat Ing a much favored Pcnn State Ccn tcr from Uniontown, 3G;18 and ca be counted on to give Georges battle. The second game on the program r,t 8:45 o'clock, will flnd the Westing house, county champions, taking o California State Teachers College. Totals Bair Herbert K. Jones Silcox __ Davidson 599 666 017 1882 VOLTS 104 201 141 446 81 90 93 270 101 76 132 309 96 118 80 294 102 135 182 419 B. Newmeyer --169 165 111 445 Totals Kuhns -Brooks Stillwagon Quinn Sly ---572 715 659 1046 AMPS . 145 171 135 4S1 76 103 136 315 86 74 HO 270 ---.108 119 119 346 124 87 142 353 Totals Spear _ Price Bishop FitzGcrald _ Kunkle Condltl Moorman. _ Totals Murray Pierce __ Dague _ Dutter . Potthoft Hiid .... Eisley Totals.- Sapanara Anderson Fox ______ Baker -- Manzclla Hughes Berkey Dummy Totals 539 554 642 1735 CYCLES _ ._. 100 124 224 -..138 107 90 335 -87 73 85 255 -128 122 127 377 -174 144 117 435 -.116 97 128 341 _ --. _._ 124 124 ...643 570 620 1833 METERS 109 134 132 375 109 113 94 316 112 116 ..... 228 62 139 93 294 143 96 196 435 _10S 173 102 383 113 131 115 359 586 693 639 1918 OHMS 110 166 162 438 .74 -142 93 64 231 39 124 -365 .._ 95 95 167 122 289 37 153 116 406 110 103 313 85 ,..548 695 627 1870 Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Volts 2 1 Cycles 2 Meters 2 Watts 1 Amps - i- Ohms :.:·--, . - . · l l 1 2 - 2 Pet. .667 .667 .687 .333 .333 2 .333 Eight Inquests in Week. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 19.--Eight in quests will be held this week, wit the first scheduled for thi* afternoon Coroner S. A. Baltz has announced. ANT ie' Luczak Scores 24 Points to Continue His Sensational Gait Alexander Is Newest Mem her Of Hall of Fame By GEORGE KIRKSEY United Press Staff Correspondent. NEW YORK, Jan. 19.--Grovcr Cleveland Alexander--"Old Pete" with the freckles and unruly sandy lair, the buggy whip arm, the slow, hambling gait who was famed in act and legend around the Natoinal League for 19 years--today was announced as the newest addition to he permanent baseball hall of fame at Coopcrstown, N. Y.. Alexander, who scored 373 victories, more than any .National League pitcher in history, between 911 and 1930, received 212 out of a possible 262 votes in the third annual poll of members of the base- jail writers' association of America become the ninth player elected to the hall of fame. Out of 119 players who received votes Alexander was the only one who polled the necessary 75 per cent or 197 votes and thus joins "the original five immortals," Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Christy Matbewson and Walter Johnson and the three elected last year. Napoleon Lajoie, Tris Speaker and Cy Young. Five other additions to the hall of lame, Gtorgc Wright, Morgan Bulk- cy. Ban Johnson, John McGraw ind Connie Mack, were automatically nnmcd by the National League at the December meeting. Behind Alexander in the voting cnme George Sislcr, former St. Louis Browns' first baseman, with 179; Wee Willie Keelcr, the New York Giants' diminutive "hit 'em where they ain't" batter, with 177 Eddie Collins, immortal second baseman of the Athletics and White Sox with 175: and Rube Waddcll, Athletics' eccentric southpaw of long ngo, with 148. They still have a chnncc to win places in the hall of fame in future elections. Greensburg Assumes Lead In Section 9 .ocals Take Early Lead And Increase Margin To 14. 20 FIELD GOALS BY DOLDE SQUAD Connellsville High "School basket-' ball team, playing little else than an offensive game, outscorcd the" Bobcat quintet of Mount Pleasant, 47-33, to carry oft the honors in the' contest played at the local gym- . nasium in Section 9 Tuesday night.' "Aliic" Luczak, Cokcr scoring aceV continued to add to his laurels by- getting a total of 24 points. He allied nine times from the field and sank each of his six attempts from he foul line. ' 'I The locals Jumped into "an early lead to sport a five-point advantage . at the end of the first quarter. The Orange and Black dominated play- in the second period as Showman, Reed and Luczak began finding the'' range with accuracy. During this scoring melee, the Cokcrs counted 15 points to three for the Bobcats to put them ahead 28-12 at halftimc. Both cage mentors used eight men and of these six substitutes;'thrce'on each side, only Marakas and Evans were successful in scoring points, y Reed was started at forward and performed well on the offensive but often let passes slip away. The Cokers tallied 20 times from the field and had a team average of .500 in foul shooting, getting seven' out of 14 tries. Mount Pleasant " got 13 double-deckers and counted seven fouls out of 17 attempts. The line-ups: Connellsville G. F. Pts. Reed, f 5 0 JO Luczak, f _9 6 24 Showman, c . . . · 4 0 8 Murray, g 0 ' 0 0 Evans, g . ; 0 1 1 Marakas, c 2 0 4 Totals -20 7 47 Non-seorins substitutes -- Byrne and Okzewski. Mount Flezsanl G. F. Pts. Murtha, t 2 2 . 6 Queer, f · · ' · ' " o ' . 4 Gaudlna, c 2 S 7 Rudnic, g : Z 1 7 Damico, g __4 1 9 Totals -.13 Toppling Johnstown, 32 to 16, Greensburg took undisputed possession of first place in Section 9 Tuesday night. It was the. first defeat for Foxy Miller's Flood City while the Westmoreland countyscaters, playing at home, continued then: unblemished record. Somerset Gets Road Allocation. WASHINGTON, Jan. 19.--Congressman Snyder, Democrat, of Pennsylvania, announces the -President has approved .a WPA allocation of $304,995 for road and highway improvement work in Somerset county. 7 33 . Non-scoring substitutes -- Leatz, Selcnka and Lanzino. Scoring by quarters: Conncllsville 13.15. 8 11--47 Mount Pleasant 9' 3 13 8--33 Referee--Anderson. Philadelphia Lawyer Ordered Disbarred PHILADELPHIA, Jen. 19.--The Supreme Court ordered the disbarment of John N. Landbcrg, a Philadelphia attorney. The board of governance of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, recommended the disbarment on charges of "fraudulently assisting a client under the amended bankruptcy act tn concealing assets, and knowingly having his client make a false oath." The best in the world... but it will be BETTER ! Year after year, your telephone wrrico .growa 'faster, dearer, more accurate, more dependable. Today, aomo people think It v i» good enough, but frankly, tm don't. ' Wo know that todajr'a aervlce-- good M It U--mujt bo made even better to meet Pennsylrania'a future needs* And it will be. 'flint Is oMured because this Pennsylvania company i» part of the Bell System. A» »nch, tt ahareo In the discoveries of Uio Bell Laboratories--the world's foremost organization for telephone research. 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