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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COUftlER, CONNBLI SVILLE, PA'. MOTSTDAT, FEtfJKtrAKY 10, IWsxi*. um umin 15y JAMES M, DRISCOLL. SPORT SIDELIGHTS --By-. JACK SORDS By JOHN H. -WHORIC. A lream of independent lasketball A crowd so large have- to ,away. Perryopolla Friday night. Not to mention an odd hundred or so who stood i« -the halls o£ the school, far -from a peep at tho playing floor. Basketeers Enjoy ·RestateFrom Work Tho inob that gnu-eezed in the gym was packed us tho literal "sardines." And w h a t a treat thte gathering received. Talk xibout vicious and determined ; You am T. heard nothin' yot. Now ubotit thte playoff! And, who a gdin' to win? ^s jT A AhlAj STARS RECCED AS A n n u a l Play lit Grcenslmrg to Continue Until Saturday, March 1. MENTORS DRAW THEIR GAMES GREENS BURG, Feb. 10.--The annual Westmoreland -county Interscholastic basketball tournament will oo hold here oa Thursday, Friday stud Saturday, Fsbnmry 27 and. 28 ind March 1. Drawings for the meet 'were-,conducted Saturday at tho session at the Westmoreland coaches. : Play will beg la Thursday evening at C and o'clock on tour games will be staged In the following order: Arnold vs. Washington Township. Scottdale vs. Vandergrlft. Mount Pleasant vs.' Jeannett». Moneaseu vs. Bast Huntingdon. Tho program ort Friday afternoon it 2 o'clock is a.j follows: Berry vs. Latrobc. Now Kensington, .vs. Parnassus. Youngwood vs.. llurat. Morwln vs. Greeasburg. Sewlckley Township, bye. On Friday night, the second round ivlll bo played with winners o£ the initial bracket Ixi action. Saturday morning will find the baakoteers in action for the coasoln,- iion laurels. This play will rea.cb. the se-nil-flnal round in the afternoon when the seml-flnals of the championship series Tvill also bo conducted. Saturday night will bring the tournament to u close /with the various quintets playing for the county pennant as well aa the consolation The mentors agreed that Fawcett a r«ein|t.e froM : thV 'strenuous this afternoon wlietV Coach Hud Herklotz journey. during the Golden Panthers; Whip Notre Dame * ' --· Basketball Team The Ooklen Panther a tripped the N o i r o Uame batiketeers Saturday night :-it South Betid, Iiicl;, by a score of 25 to 10. Charley Hyatt, captain of the Pitt much i ue, made a dramatic bow as he led his club to an easy triumph, ehoot- i n g four field «al« and thrilling 6,000 f a t i H with his flashy' play. Notro Dame made a game stand 1n ! h c ' f i r s t half.v.-liic-h ended 11 to 11, luit the PittaburRcre camo.back «trong aul the Irish wore left far behind. Other collegiate ecorcs ^ere as follows: Duqucane 18, Loyola 16. Thlel 25, Carnegie Tech 18. Temple 39, Wash-Jeff 21. N. Y. U. SO, 'West Virginia 28. Indiana 2C, Ohio State 22. Kdlnboro 40, California 3S. There wae a:,brief lull in the cage activitiee at'.' the;.!; ; £nnbar High ·School: todaj%;'f ho given grind Bruce Shearer called off the- practice session. . . · - - . - Leisenrlug will get clown to hard work tomorrow to proparo for the re- maindor o-f the contents on the slate. Next Friday night, the Red and Black encounters llurat in the first of tho last three gamos on the bill. It will be played'at the Ijoii onring floor. .The preliminary routeut will find the Connellsville ami Dunbar laesies in c, return .engagement. Hecently the townshtppe-rs won trom" the Colters at the hitter's,-floor. The Orange and Black is anxious for vengeance. There isi jnuch interest-.·manifest'--"In battle. , . MONESSEN QUINTET TAKES COUNT OVER EAST1IUNTINGDON ALVERTON, Feb. 10.--Bagt Huntingdon Township basketeers went down to defeat at Moues-son by a score ot 29 to 11 Saturday night. Huntsman's proteges put up a stifl? battle against the ''Akmessen quintet which is regarded th» mont formidable In Westmoreland county despite the fact that it was downed by a single point by Norwin. · : ' . ' , . Monessen--29. JE. Hniitingdon--11. Wilson A R3OT8AUL- STAR. ATTME UMIVER- SITV OFCAtCAGo, Salotti Stevenson ·'_. Janoslk _ Carrie. ..__ Feldman' Score .by periods: Monessen _^__. East Huntingdon _ ,,, Shaeffer HyskeU Lemmon Tomechko -7. 14 _3 0 7--29 Substitutions -- Kotys for Salotti, McC-1-eary Stev;nson, for Janpslk, Lynch for Cttrrie, Knuttllla for Fieldntan, Depta. for Wilson, Eicher for Dopta, Anflrish tor Hyskell, King for Andrish, 'Jcroscy for Ixm- moh, Field goals-- Salotti 2, Kotys. Stevenson 2, McCleary, JEinosilt A, Currie 2, Kniuttllla, Tomechko, Hyekell, Shaeilr, Foul g-oala -- Monessen, 3 out of 4; East Huntiiifidou, 5 out of 10. . .'Referee -- Herklotz. InW.-J. Fraternity. Harry W. BtfrkeH of Bcottdale, n freshman -at TVasbiugton Jeffersou College, was among those Initiated into the' Phi Kappa Si^ina at the fraternity Initiation period. Joseph Toinkin of TJniontown .is al \o a new member of the Kappa ; In Sqiiash Racquets List ·fust askin' you a question! agree with you but don't mallet to close, nervous and angry! Galley's tho Perry ace. Ho seems to play beet when the flg-ht ia- the hardest. ,: The.easy going, cool battler'· turned the tide of the D, T.'-Perry game when the Red and Black 'was dashing to what se-amed an easy triumph. This youngster Is bound to get much consideration'for all-star laurele. In tha game at Leteonrlng, QalJey scorel 15 of Perry's 23 points. At the Perry floor, he accounted for 12 of the 24 which by the way ie a. neat percentage. Taking things from a defensive standpoint, Thrasher is no back number. Just aek some of the forwards who found thle youngster' hard to shake off. Ho seems to hang on like a vine. - . - ' . . , . . Perry uid Dctibar are regarded as two evonly matched clubs. It had been expected that each would cop on the home courts--aud they did. Coach Dlckson was laid up with loasllitis and his physician .told him to stay In bed Mat Friday, 'The doctor rnuet've forgot Dunbar was playing. "Dick," aa you guessed it, didn't stay In bed. He was at the gym, directing the athletes. Jerry Huntsman's a firm believer In two officials at all cage contents. Check and double check! Scottdale Bulcfes' are sponsoring a "Westmoreland county independent tournament next mouth. They have given assurance that a ullver loving cup will be given to the (.earn winning the championship. Tho Btticks won the tlitle laet year and they're still waiting for that trophy which the Grcehaburg promoters "promised," AOTE, AT OREGON, ASSISTANT Tt3 STAG© AT cAtc'Mso, sAse SAUL SCOOT AMD MMASER. OP TAG. ', PlTTSBURSrt; PIRATES AtfO MEAO AT PGMM STATS -- .' AE IS /Jov/ oieficrbRoFA Mew EDUCATION AAlD ATfALETICS AT STATS. r. Midde Atlantic League Schedule, to be Redrawn; Next Meeting'February 23 Charleroi Fire Department Tali es OverfcillOatfit CHAREbOI, Fob. 10--Tho C tarleroi Volunteer Fire Dapartoent has aesum- Presitlent Elmer Dailey Appoints ComrnJttee to Out- lino 19UO Program. otl the Charleroi Middle Atlantic operate the te;im, PREXY EXPRESSES MUCH CONFIDENCE The 1TI30 schedule will be redrawn and resubmlUed to the franchise hold- franchlso in the errs in the Middle Atlantic Leftjgue at Leajjuo at 1 will another session which is to be held on This aiujoui cement February 23 in Unlontowu. on Saturday dellnjtely clinch ^d pos- Reprcsentativc« of the eight teams Clinches Somerset ..County' Gonfalon "WINDEER, Feb. 10--Wlndber High School practically captured the high school championship of the Somerset County League by disposing of Meycfts- dale High baskeetera on the local jloor by a score of 31 to 26. Wlndber forged ahead st the opening- whistle and held «. 7--'.'· lead at the close ot the initial quarter. The halt closed with th-e tally reading 19 to (i. Meyersdale found the home team setting too fast a pace for it . , The liuo-np: Mcycrsdnlc--26 F Saylor F Boyer ..... C Cook : G .'..Hostetler . G '. Prita lire is on i own at Armory If Victorious, South Sidcrs Will Hurl Final Defi at Casey Club, CITY TITLE TO BE STAKE WIndbor--81 Rich--...,: Smith Zack....... Marron Ripple Substitutions--Stevens lor Rich Field goals--Rich 4, Smith 3, Zack 2, Marron 5, Ripple, Boyer 2, Hosteller 3, Pritz;5. Foul goals--Rich, 1 out of 1; Boyer, 2 out oC 2; Zack, 0 out of 4; Cook, 1 out of 3 r Ripple, 0 out of I; Hosteller, 2 out of 3. Referee--Ashland;' PERRYOPOLIS WINS FROM WEST NEWTON IN BOWLINC MATCH eibflities o f . local repr«ientatlo i In tho · gathered there yesterday but failed to circuit and puts the tfoverno s on a ; ratify the one which had been drawn firm ground after iveek-s o£ die :U56ionJ up inasmuch OB special reservations A board of directors, seven c embere have to be made for eoine of the clubs of the ftre company, w i l l com uct the which are con/ronted with difficult club. They ere: Edgar Wilsoi , pre«i- ' leases for their pluying fleW, dont; O. S. Smith, treasure!; Boy I President Elinor M. Dailey Informed Balmer, eecretary; Frank Vagner,'a Courier representative that he waa caehi-cr; Claire- Smith, jiublk i-ty anr confident that a very successful sea- advertiaing; Olllo Oelwrne, ground- eon faces the Mkldle Atlantic. The West Newton bowlers of the Monongahela YoughioKheny Valley League encountered tho Perryopolla duckpin artists on the I, A, Brown alleys at Pcrryopolte whre they were conuered by a margin of 32 pine. West Newton plied up a 167 point lead in the firet fray w h e n the visitors rolled a score ot 897. Perry came back strong to slice the margin considerable in the second round. The needed advantage wa« forthcoming In the final match. The scores: WEST NEWTON. Williams 196 121 170 487 Swickey '. _157 13 { 77 36S Milton 174 11'5 150 440 Steco 1S7 135 122 444 Meeder 183 126 107 416 Totals S07 032 B2G 2155 PERRYOPOLIS. keeper, and Fire Chief H. P. 1 owstut- ter, advieor. President Wileon ban an iouncel "Never before have the clubs completed their arrangements with ouch thoroughness," Mr. Dailey said. "The COKERS AT .LATROBE FOR W. P. LA. LEAGUE CONTEST TOMORROW that contracts nro to lx ma I«l out leaders are getting down to strict within a week. Securing a ) mnager business arid evcryono is instituting an remains to be considered inas aueh n« economy program which should re( Bob Rice has signed up w f t h the St.; U e v o - t h o heretofore financial burden. i LouJa Cardinals to mana ;o the It looks like one of the be«t years in Fl ^nagan 150 Torkosh 131 Yorkison 16S Wicterhalter 14-1 Snyder 139 Farkats , 170 1SS 152 109 170 88 142 213 122 133 "The Keagy'g are out to down higher and b e t t e r clubs from now on and challenge a n y : t e a m in this section," is the a n n o u n c e m e n t of that organization in reply to the rebuke by tho Caseys that the "Keagy Comers are not in our class." The Keagy Corner outfit will begin its crusade for higher honors by b a t t l i n g the Masontown Collegians at S:30 o'clock this evening at the State Armory, Instead ot.appronehing the pinnacle of nuccesa by degrees, tho South Siders expect to make it In one hop as the Collegians are recognized as one of tho outstanding clubs in. FayeUe county. A victory for the Conncllsville contingent this evening would almost make It necessary for the Careys to accept a playing date, with, tho city honors as a stake. Tho Masontown club claims to bo the, fastest quintet in the county. In a game at that place the Collegians defeated the Corner club--the only lo-ss sustained as yet by the South Side passers, Carniichaels, Point Marion Collegrlans, Brownsville and other first-class teams have been defeated by Maaontown. From a reliable source it- was learned that tho Caseys are roady to acknowledge the right of the Keagys to a clash if the Collegians are turned back. The series would not begin for a week or two yet, but there will ha plenty of time to play the games before the season closes. There will bo a preliminary contest at 7:30 o'clock to entertain the early comers, ·(OS ·114 558 253 431 133 Totals _730 769 698 2197 The Connellevillo High School basketball team will play at Latrobe tomorrow evening. Tho Cokers are "on tho road" throughout moot of the laat hulf of the schedule in Section Ten, VV. P. I. A, Leaguo, aud when they do return it will b'J the lout contest--featuring Uniontown. Latrobe is a "tough" propoeltion this year, bu't eo are the Cokors when they «re "on." The Westmoreland county club iti the same way end If the two outfits ar« In form ment is anticipated. a groat engage- RONCO PASSERS CONQUER DUNBAR Ronco .Tuaior High: dribblers defeated the. Dmibar Borough team after a tlwee-minute extra period. The i'mal tally was 12 to 10. I The regulation time terminated with the count reading, 10 all. A field goal by Honco grave the club the tiny inar- ·Efai. Donley led the .Ronco team 'with three baskets while Bogusky featured for the Furnace Towners'with three, one of Which : was a circuit shot which drew, a b i g / r o u n d of ap-plause.. "Kerwin played a nice defensive game In ·addition to getting two field, gojals. The Hsie-up: IVonw,--10. Socosky ...-..,,, O-add'1.3 Crise ... Donley tha well-known sportswomen, representing practically «11 linen o! cport, who *ro assembled at Haverford for the second annual aquast racquets championship is Mra. Georga W. Wlsfhtman (above), twice -winner of the national doubled crown 'n tennis.'.Mrs. Wightman's fellow-champion -was Miss Eleonora R, Senra, of Boston, who Is also entered for the squash racquets .tournament. The Championship at stake is th« fireft to bo ancfton«d by the ' Asoociatiocu Dnubiir--1ft. ^ ; DeBliisio ·Bogusky' ,,_.--.....,G..,-.......-i........... Kerwi n O --... McCus'ker ,«.. ( .G-.: ,,.«,.,..,....«-:,,,.., Cross Substitution--Dun-bar, Worse-!. Field goals--Bogusky 3, Ker win. 2, Secos-'ty 2, Oaddls, Donley '). Fouls--Dunbar, 0 out of 4; Ronco, 0 out o! 3, ·; . Waynesboro entry in tho Blu j Hidge League. TOWNSHIP LASSIES CONQUER BOROUCH SEXTET AT WJNBAR Dunbar Township girl a wo i on IS l.o 10 decision over the Dunl ar Borough laseles In a hard fought and exciting gamti. Due ;to the superior j February 12, to complete the calendar shooting, the townahippera kept a and then present, it to the club owners the history of the M. A." The campaign will be opened on Friday, May 9, and as heretofore there will be a split season In vogue. The season will draw to a close on Labor Day. ..Russell Hockpnbury of Scottdale, league secretary, and three club representatives, Harry E. Cramer of Scottdale, Joseph Dorlnger of Fairmont and. H. L. Clark of Clarksburg were named on a committee to draw up a playing schedule. This body is to meet in Uno-utown OR Wednesday, Detroit routed Pitts-burg Pirates, S to 1, last night in a National Hockey League game. By scoring seven goals in the final period, the Cougers established a new record. * * * Francis T. Hunter, Now Rochelle, N. Y., won the national indoor tennis .championship by defeating Julius Sel- igeon of Lehigh Ilniyersty In the finals C--3, G--2,B--2, at New York Saturday. * * * Primo Camera has another "pushover" on February 14, meeting "Big- Jim" Sigman of Boston at Memphis, Tonn. Sswickley Next League Opponent For Commodores The Perry Township dribblers, spurred by tho triumph over, are getting down to a aeries of hard workouts in preparation for the next contest on the slate In the W. P. I. A. League. On Friday night, the Commodores journey to Hermlnio to take on the strong SewlcWey Township passers. The Dlckson quintet will be forced lo extend itself as the Swickley warriors are very dangerous on the homo courts. Perry followers are looking forward to the club to sweep through the remainder of the frays on tho program and then to topple Leisonring in tha playoff for the .sectional laurels. Many feel conj'klont that thu Commodores will go to Pitttsburg this year for the W. P. 1. A. U elimiua- t'oins. Al Kspinosa, Chicago professional, won the Houston, Texas, open gglE tournament with a score of 2S1 for 72 holes. . * * * Tho Duqussr-e scored a 33-21 decision oviir Ule powerful Cumberland Knights of Columbus yesterday. * * * And w h a t about the Casey-Keagy Corner game. margin throughout, the fray w Hi Mar- tinelmlk and You n kin leading the aseault with four soalfi each 3urbaiis the losore with thr e field on Sunday afternoon, February 23, at 3 o'clock. The -big argument at the meeting was the make of baseball to be used. During the paet seasons the league has i used tho A. G. Simukling ball. Yes- 10 j terday tho owners decided that during '.ed for goals. The line-up: Dunbiir Twi.-T-18 Bunbar 1 oro Marlinchalk F ..__., DoNello j the approaching campaign the Worth Ybuuktn_.I F : Bariums ball would be used. It woe agreed Smiley .--,--. C Zlnka that the Worth ball should be. tried out Callaban-Uher __ -Cross --Gihnore Ilerron ;. G ._ .~Ra- henberg Field goals--Martin chalk , Youn- kiu -I, DiNello, Burhans 3, Foul goals--Township, 2 o a t oE 5; Borough, 2 out of G. Kstree--Bowman. Redstone. Township scored a 25-14 decision over Brownsville Saturday night In Section,111, W. P. I, A League in one 'of the big:,11 psets of th · sp/ason, Brownsville was held scorel-e; s during the second and. third period i as .the Republic quintet made thin ;s more comtorlaible. Eor North Ilnio i .Township, undefeated' leaders'of sio.n, .he divi- Twice : breaking the world'·. 50,-yard dash record, Stella Walsh of the Mid- West, carried major liont rs at (.he amateur eomepUtion at ; Madifion for one yctir and if found satisfactory it probably will be adopted an later years. , All of the club owners were present yesterday, giving- Additional, eredencu to tho report.that the Middle Atlantic is going to go through with an eight- team circuit. The ownere preeant included representatives of the Clmrle- roi Volunteer Firemen, who latst week took over the Charlerqi -franchise. Other clubs represented were: Fairmont, .Clarksburg, Scottdale, Wheeling, Johnstown, Cumberland nette, . President presided. Elmer and Jean- M. Dailey Honeymoon on Tractor - Leads to a Divorce SAN FRANCJSCO, Feb. 10.--Honeymooning on a prosperous young artl- Waiihtngton Jefferson's» athletic council declined to aame a . h e a d football coach at. its meeting Saturday night although it has been generally felt that either Bill Amos or,Ray Ride would got the nomination, Square. G a r d e n . After rum Ing h e r ] choke farmer's f a r m is all right but heat of the international grir s' sprint not wiven the honeymoon Is spent at in sis $econ!3, she out-spee- .ed three Canadian r i v a l s - i n the-final 1 i six and one-tenth seconds. The ton ler murk was six and one-fifth second .. Connellfivlle Athletic Glut s boxing: team hue departed for C u m l arlond to take part in an intercity mil program tonight. Bill. Carter oxp'ree-.ed hope that he would briiii; back th baco-n. the controls of a tractor. The traclor proved too miiuli for Mrs. Laura Ferrcira, IS, and she sought and obtained a divor-e from her husband, .lesso Ferrelra, 23, She nllaged he struck her and threatened to kill her when she refiiaecl to r u n the tractor a',iy longer. U'ao Ads. They resudits, German and American Aces Left to right: Dr. Otto Peltzer, Germany's champion lone-distance runner, with Leo Lermond, New York track ace, after f practice jaunt at Sydney, Australia, where they competed with the local ·Mercury*.". Peltzer won several.racea in the United States befor* leaving on bia tour, which it provine a successful one

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