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.-. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19,1938:" THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILJ-E. PA. PAGE NINE. WOLVERINE WONDER DUNBAR TWP. OPENS GRID SEASON SEPT. 17 . . , ---- : ..:..[Â· -: -- --: i Point Marion Plays At Leisenring Field; Nine Games on Slate THREE GOOD CHURCH LOOP CAGE GAMES Four Football Games at Red and Black Grounds During Year.. FIVE OPPONENTS 1NWESMORELAND Nine football games will be played next season by Dunbar Township Â· High School, according to the schedule for 1938 just revealed by Principal William E. Tietbohl who recently was named by the board of education to have charge of all scholastic athletics with the assis- '. tance of the respective coaches. ; Four games are scheduled for the , home field, the first time hi years, i with the program being listed to get under way at Leisenring No. 1 with Point Marion. Also booked for home are . East Huntingdon Township, ! North Union Township and West Newton, the latter for the season's ' windup on November 12. ' ' Examination of the schedule reveals that Dunbar Township High 1 plays one Class AA, 'six Class A and two Class B elevens and th.-.t of these only one--Connellsville--has a larger enrollment than the Red and Black with 740 students. Four of ! the nine, opponents are from Fayette county and five from adjoining Westmoreland county. ;' The Â· townshippers will tackle the Orange arid Black at the new Coker Â· '^.Stadium on the night of Friday October 7,.when the athletic plant In i ConnellsvlUc will be dedicated. ; The' complete schedule, Including date, name and school, .its classl- Â· flcatlon, county, located, student en: rollment and where played follows: .Sept 17, Point Marion, B, Fayette, Â·455, home. Sept 24, Derry Township, A, West- .inoreland, 72?i away. -i .Oct.'I, East Huntingdon Township, ; A, Westmoreland, 620,.home., ' Oct' 7, Connellsville, AA, Fayette, ; . 1,798, away (night). . Oct. 14, Georges Township, A, i'ay- Â· Â«tte, 694, away. . . Oct 22, North Union Township, A, Tayette, 720, home. Oct 28, Mount Pleasant, A, Westmoreland, 564, way (night). Nov. 5, Scottdale, A, Westmoreland, 646, away. Nov. 12, West Newton, B, Westmoreland, 362, home. Many Controversial Topics fo Be Treafed Af Wild Life Meeiing WASHINGTON, Jan. 19.--Dramatic presentations will be made of the latest research developments and important problems in the field of wildlife restoration at the third annual North American Wildlife Conference, to be held in Baltimore February 14, 15, 16 and 17. y Controversial subjects will be 'treated at the general sessions. . Each perplexing problem will be subjected to a panel discussion, with four authorities '"arg-iing the pros and cons. The authorities are now being select' ed by the American Wildlife Institute, the sponsoring organization for the conference. Each of the four authorities will be allowed ten minutes to air his views and an -opportunity will be granted for rebuttal, i The remainder of the . hour's time will Â· he allowed each subject under discussion at the general sessions will be devoted to open comment from -the floor. ' Eighteen subjects of wide interest will be subjected to the panel discussions at the general Â· sessions. Among .the subjects to, be so treated are pollution, drainage and reclamation, mosquito control, waterfowl and fisheries problems.. . Stale College Grid Captain to Be Named By Coach Before Game . STATE COLLEGE, Jan. 19.--Pcnn State's football team will not elect a permanent captain for next year, but instead Coach Bob Higgins will cp- point a leader prior to each game, the athletic department of the school "^announced. This will be the first time in the ' history of the college.that Ihe football players will not elect a captain, it was said. At the end of the season, however, it was announced, the players will elect an honorary captain for the preceding campaign. The captains in the other varsity sports for 1938 have been named, the ""'school announced. Charles 'Pierce, of Worcester, Mass., will lead the cross country team and Fred Spyker, of Centre Hall, Pa., will captain the soccer eleven. George Yccklcy, of Altoona, was named varsity manager of the loot- ball team; Willard Hoot, of Scranton, will serve in the same capacity for the soccer team and George Cross, of Bellevue, Pa., will manage the cross countrymen. More Tools Exported. CLEVELAND, Jan. 19.--The National Machine Tool Builders' Association reports that foreign orders for machine tools have reached the largest total since separate figures for them have been reported. Domestic orders declined eight per cent Those from abroad nearly doubled. Head Man of Dogdom Champion black poodle ... Idog of do_ Â· This arrogant-looking -canine, a black poodle, Is the new king of America,'! purebred dogi. He Is owned by Mrs. Milton Erluiger of New York. His name? Well, It's "C. B. PUllcoc Rumpelstujkln, CD." --Centra) Fmi SLIPPERY ROCK, CARNEGIE ANNEX BOWLING GAMES .Slippery rock took two out of three from the. Duquesne outfit while Carnegie Tech captured the odd game from Pitt In the Kiwanls Duckpin League at the Masonic bowling alleys. . The scores: CARNEGIE TECH Young --:-Lowney Pore Sterbutzcl Â·_ Buck HP"*" _ .Totals 92 105 118 315 118 ,90 105 313 140 ,81 95 316 83 79 92 254 134 89 72 30S Otto Scolnick Pujia -Mitchell Totals . _- 484 375 410 1603 PITT _ 115 107 93 313 _ 104 131 88 323 _ 147 104 38 339 _ 117 72 59 248 483 -414 328 1225 DUQUESNE FltzGerald 94 93 159 340 Cuneo __ 171 110 281 Oglcvce 202 196 105. '403 Shrallow _ 73 78 149 Clarke . _ . _ . 42 4 Totals 196 533 492 1221 SLIPPERY ROCK. Dull __ . 126 101 87 314 Sharpe 114. 229 182 525 Anderson 10Â« 77 116 299 Shaw . ' ' Â· - . '_. JOB 118 Leighty . Malonc _ Totals , 108 80 83 30' 76 7G _- 188 C h r i s t i a n s , . United Brethren and Leisenring Triumph,. :'Â·' MORE CONTESTS THURSDAY NIGHT Three interesting games were played . in the Y-Church League Tuesday evening. . The first fray was won by the Christians who defeated the Church of Brethren, 53-30. Lciscnring copped from the St. John's quintet,. 38-20, after a hard fought stx-uggle and the hird game, fast and close throughout Tound the United Brethren taking measure of the United Presbyterian,^? to 36. The line-ups: ; Christian . G. Pcrrus, t 'Â· Â· . . . - , Â« Conway, t ; 3 K. Brooks, c , -- 3 Cartwright, g , - . 4 Wilson, g 1 H. Brooks, g 4 F. Fts. 3 15 -21 11 53 Totals Church of Brethren Â· G.-Â·Â· F. Pis. H. Lcpley, f 3 0 Reed, ,'f , 0 .0 0 Zimmerman, c 7 5 19 W. Meyers, g ..'Â» 1 ' - 6 V . Truxcl, g '.. ' . 1 0 2 D. Meyers, g ,,..,' , 1 . 1 3 V a n Hoy, g - ' - 1 0 2 -10 7 39 : Referee--rRudc. Umpire--Stlllwagon. Xclienrlnc Pres. Hess, f ^ ^_ Washabaugh, 1 _ Goodman, c -.-. Bailey, g ' Cubcr, K I . F. Pte. 0 .0 8 G. . 1 - 3 .3 2 8 - 7 1 13 - 3 1 .17 4 Totals ' Â· Non-scoring substitutes--Hess anc Wilson. St. John'. ' G. F. r_u Llposky, I Galllk, I Maceyko, c M. Hudock, g G. Hudock, s Totals Referee--Rude. Umpire--Stillwagon. United Brethren Ray, I Dunston. I B. Miller, c Emcrick, g Stone, g Witt, I - _ 0 - 3 _ I _ 3 -13 12 29 G. . 3 . 1 . 0 . i . 1 . 4 F. PU 0 I 2 0 0 0 Totals U. Presbyterian Hart, i Filburn, f Hyatt, c Miller, g Kunklo, g _22 G. _ fl _ 5 _ 3 _ 0 _ 0 F. PU. 2 14 1 11 1 4 0 Totals __14 8 36 Non-scoring substitute -- Glass. Referee -- Stillwagon. , 240 52E ' 544 1709 Standing of the Teams. W. L. Slippery. Rock 4 2 Duquesnc 4 2 Â·' Carnegie Tech Â·Â·Â·Â· 3 3 Pitt 1 5 Pel. .667 .667 .500 .167 Two Face Speed Court. ' Lewis K. Fancourt of Windbcr and Ed Maluchnik of Stoyestown have been cited to appear for' hearings in the Pittsburgh speeder court on Monday, January 24, in Governor Earle's drive to reduce excessive speed on the highway. They must show cause why their licenses should not be revoked for 90 days. Games Thursday. Presbyterian. vÂ». Church Brethren 7 P. M. Christians vs. F. M. E., 8 P. M. St. John vs. United Presbyterian 9 P. M. NORTH UNION TIES .WITH GEORGES FOR SECTION 14 LEAD North Union and Georges went In to a deadlock for /Irst place in Section , 14 Tuesday night as Point Marion and South Uiyon were humbled, 33-25, and 42 to 29, respectively. QFEJ Â·rh. wsufc mam SRSRT- _ how Bill Rojan of Minneapolis scored an "Impossible" TM Â» Â·*Â»*Â»Â« same: Rogan scared twelve consecutive strikes for a perfect 300 store. Bat his team was tied with the opposing team. Under A. B. C. rules, ties are played oB with an extra frame. Rogan tten scored "tree more strikes In a row. And the rules provide that the scores of tie-breaking frames are added to the original score. Therefore, Roman's official score for toe Jotal of eleven frames waa "Impossible" 330. r. iÂ»u. KINS HATWUJ JTOOICATI. iÂ«. Enrl-o Venturt Suspended. NEW YORK. Jon. 19,--The State Uoxlng Commission suspended Enrico Vcnturl, Italian lightweight, and his manager, Carmine Taranfino, for 120 days because or "unsatisfactory" Incidents connected w i t h l a s t Wednesday** bout with Feather- weight Champion 'Henry. Armstrong. Patronize Home .Merchant*. Who advertise fa The Daily Courier. SEWiCKLEY BASKETEERS SURPRISED Fayette City Takes Win I As..West Newton ... : ; .Downs Belles. COMMODORES i -PLAY-TONIGHT : Fayette... City -High -continued. Â· to Â· steal.the show in Section. 18 by. turn-' ing in its-third victory at the expense : of SewIckley,Townchip,'31'to 23,'at the'winner's flopiy It was one oÂ£ the big upsets.of .the season: .: ! At the. same time -West- Newton moved up in -the race Â· by spilling Â· Belle-Yemen, 35 to 21; while Ros-- traver Township, undefeated' leader, idled. Â· Tonight Perry- Township is host to South Huntingdon Township. HIGHEST PAID BENCH V/ARMER :: i :.:,:::GETS RELEASE Â· Infielder JacR Saltzgavcr, the high-."' est "priced bench warmer in baseball, ^ was given his outright release by the * New York -"Yankees-Tuesday. 'Jack, drew down S55,V47.64'which'-includcd $37,500"in'- actual salary, and the-ref 'malndcr as his share of'the players' 'pool from the'-'World Series during hls r five' 'years- as'Â· a- utility player -for , the'*American : League-;.and world champions.-~He actually played-in 227-'games" out oÂ£-l,270.- : Â· Â· Â· Â· Also : -released-' was Pitcher-Frank-" Makosky who-goes-'to Newark while- Saltzgaver' ; goÂ«s : to the- Kansas City Blues of the American Association. V ; -| -Trolleys are-geaied'tcrtlie: track. . . by! two. teayy steel rails and ieight 'Â· strong flanged wKeels/ -'Friction .'Â· sand wiich the trolleys carry for emergency' stops',': further.;.re'-".' duces the Hnzardsio! skidding in icy weather. .-.-Â·Â·Â· -Â· Â·*%Â·Â·Â· When you go.by trolley.you can ."be sure of getting "back. Hot or. cold, rain or'-shin'e, : the trolley :: : always starts on time. Â·': . - for family transportation. ';'Yp'u won't have to worry-'about unexpected repair bills 'ihat. might ruin your budget and "make you, do without the things-you heed.