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Sx:ond Part Pages 9 to 16 VOL, 28, NO. 78. CONNELLSVILLB, ,PA., TUESDAY E1H3NJNG, IEJBRUARY 11, 1930. SIXTEEN PAGES. Basketball THE SPORTING WORLD Bit JAMES M. DBISCOL1. Boxing CONNELLSVILLE ATHLETIC CLUB LOSES INTERCITY FISTIC SHOW TO CUMBERLAND AMATEUR BOXERS ®- Johnnj Kock Is Taken ittl Loses by Technical Knockout Decision. GIACHETTI BOYS TAKE TRIUMPHS Three representatives ot the Coa- nellsville Athletlo Club scored v'e- tories while Jour were defeated in tnts intercltj boxing show at Cumberland, Md., last alght. A poor ·decision by the Judaea and Illness of one ot the local stars served to prevent the Coker boys from bringing home ihe greater number of victories. In tho bost bout of the evening, Johnny Ghichottl came through with an easy triumph over Frauds Smltu of Cumberlaud. It was the flrst whipping foi the Maryland ;ity ttghter. The two youths battled fiuioualy during the threo rounds. GlachetH won tho unanimous vote of the officials. Jimmy GiachetH outclassed Kid Belfour and scored a- knockout in tho first rouud. Jimmy unleashed a ftood of rights and lefts and Belfour was powerless to defend himself ugaliiat the vicious drives. Several blows to the chin sent him to the canvass. Chln"k Rosano put up a great battle to soore- a victory over Young Stmmomi In another great fight. The Connellsville youtt also got the nod from all of tho judges and the referee. Johnny Rock lost by a technical knockout to Jimmy O'Rourke. The barber had taken the flrst round by a big margin and while ia his corner complained ot a pata in his side. Trainer Billy Carter, who was In. charge of the local boxing aggregation, refused ',o permit him to ilaish the bout. Paul Bolden, local scrapper, lost an Unpopular decision to Bill Sanders. Trainer Carter today (ailed attention to the fact that while all of the Connellsville boxers were forced to w-edgh in before the commissioner, tho Cumberland lepreseiitatives did not. Hia suspicion that the weights announced from the ring for the Maryland fighters were not correct was. substantiated when he forced tho commissioner to have the ecules brought into the ring and this caused Pete Sherman to be idle as his opponent was found to be IS pounds heavier than he. It was announced from tho ring that the Sherman ioc was but six pounds heavier. It Is likely that th.9 Ibcal fighters ·will make another t! ip to Cumberland. Tha results of tho fight follows: Johnny Glachettl, 112, (tonnells-vnlle, won from Francis Smith, 111, Cumberland. Teddy Majicuso, 118. (['onnellsville, lost to Olive, 1 Grow, 123, Cumberland. Paul Bolden, 135, Connellsville lost a vordict to Bill Binders, 134, Cumberland, It was an unpopular decision. Sammy Asto, 120, Connellsville, was beaten by Buck Brady, 1J4, Cumberland, Jimmy Giachetti, 133, Connellsville, knocked out Kid Belfour, Cumberland, 139, in the flrst round. Chink Rosano, 12S, CounellsviHe, defeated Voting* Simmons, 132, Cumberland. Johnny Rock, 155, CouuellsviUe, lost by o technical knockout lo Jimmy O'Rourko, 140, Cumbcvlaud. Rock was taken ill and was tumble te continue after tho flrst fount 1 . rote; Sherman 12G, Connellsville, was to have met Dick Grouse of Cumberland. (Vouso's woH'ht was announced from tho ring at 132 pounds and when Tiainer Cat tor questioned it, the scales wore carried Into tho ring' and it was found that Crouso tipped the beams at 13S. Referee DIVORCE WORRIES PIRATE PITCHER S=31 ' I --4 = Sports Comnen By JOHN H 'WHOB3C. Jack EHd-er, Notre Damo aprint and grid star, tells a good joke about Knut-e Rockne, the Irjjsli coaeh. Notre _. Dame wils playing Army at New York and the Irish outfit tnuln- tftln-ed its undof-eatod rew-d tvhon Klder snatched a forward pass out of the sky and daahed 98 yards for a touchdown. It was th-e only score of the gruelling battle. There's only one thing worrying Burleigh Grimes, veteran Pittsburgh pitcher, and that ia. his livorcc which ho hopes to obtain before lie leaves Minerva. O,, for the spring training trip, Photo shows him in consultation with his tttomcy, Ffcbcr J. Drukanbrod, at Canton, 0, STARS AU W I N F I E L D . TN yesterday's story I gave m JL glimpse of th« uniqi.e style portrayed by a basoball writer covering a ball game between t he Bed- fords and the Mutuals for the New York Sunday Mercury, da v ed Oct 18, 1861. Compare the following--aa It would bo wiittei) today--with the orlfrinal story and see which stylo you prefer: With tho Mutuals teadlni: 8-7 In the third, Matty O'Brien op nod the third frame with a acorchlii r single, utolo second by an eyo-la^h, McMahon making a perfect throw to the bag only to have tho umpire rule Matty safe. Price hit a line drive for a triple, driving: Matty home and brln?lnp the count to 9-7. Price himself scored a moment Inter on a paused ball. Boerun socked another tl rse-baJr- irer to tho suburbs) an5 Peter ktipt tip the good work vlth a drive that cleared tho terra*. It iwaa an honest homer but ground rules held Peter to first. Tho morry-gro-rtmnd was now oo for fair. V, 8«ins( th beat out an In- flekl tap, advancing Peter, and when Ta^Jor messed «? Pearce'n Teiv Icnjuer, two mori tajllea p«pper«d the pan and jaded fans began to look lonjfingly towoid the exlta. I have taken tie anmo incidents as those told ot by thn Mercury scrlbo and tried to follow the mont consorvatlvo of modern stylos in reporting tha event. xJaaebn.ll has made great strides In some of Its departments since tbut lonu ago Jcy In 1?51. but none of tho strides compares to that made by baseball reporting, whk'h Is now the moli't efficient method of covering * soort event. Charles Short of Baltimore, Md., boxing commissioner, refused to let them so on because o£ th^ 12 pounds rtiKeroi ce in the weight. There woro also three (hunberluntl bo'jts fcalnrinj,' Maryland li-jhlers. DUKE BARRY, FORMER FIGHT PROMOTER HERE, WRITES ABOUT BOXING Duke Ptnry, well known to Goii- nellsville' i boxing fans w'io a number of y t a r s ago c-ouducted fltlc piograms, has imblihud the Blue Book of Boxing, the second annual edition. The book, regarded a -vest pocket Scottdale Buicks Issue Invitations for County Basketball Tournament the squad returned to South Bend, Und., Jtoclcne wus tainting to Ilder and said. "Jack, that v/as a great play you made against I he Armi' but- you forgot one thing |" The hero groped for words as hi) blurted out: "What was that coach If" Maintaining: that famous pokur fftco the groat m-eator replied: "The ·encore, Jack, the encore." £uk« Barry, once of Connellnvillo, has published a boxing dlieatery. Prexv Dsiley of the Mid-Atlantic "is happy. "M, looks like a big year for the league," Uo told tho writor, Ifltnei didn't forget that the aretnens lit Charleroi aro due for much "They say tho flro eaters are on the job-^and how Lhe rtitt tho^Uovernois," is Elmer's optuU-n, And from the Information w pot, ihero'8 going to be lvo ofllcials At aJl ot the games in'the W. P. 3, A, next year. Sover.il so-calted " are going to get tho oxt, tha word goes. The Hot Stove League hna be*n experienced much quietness of s late. However, there's go-Ing to be plenty o£ baseball this summer which apparently moans that tl»? boys have been Stooping things "up their *Jei-ve." power to the City League. Vic Femer, tbo checker expert si tho Fire Station, h-ays thai there's going to be spinothiuK doing '.-ory soon about a checker tournainonl and possibly a series with Unioutown's out- players. Smallest Player £n Colleges / Leads Duqaesnc at Basketball Stephens Only 5 Feet Tall, , Weighs 180 Pounds, But Is Star i i-«i iGg «oantrr v «3H -- The «mall«»t cot- b«akettll player In the te a guard oo the Du- Univcrnttr floor combination. which la again navin^ a blg-h- (Jy BucceiBBfjil sooDon under the Uukea' wizard coach -- Churl** '·Chick') Xtevte*. Robert "Brttd* 8t«phena is the player In question and ho stands five feet in halgJit and wetghJi only 130 pounda. Deapiile bis nmoJl etatnre, Stephana ipaaairea to rinor up b Vnta cosieAataatly. 1Ti« diminutive guard, one of tho tx*t paHsenn in the Kant, on the offensive aa w *a on tho dcfcnajre, ia a Junior in tho ·ohool of education, ' Coach Dfl.vlu, who IB, probably tha youcurest oolle«« b«Mdcetball «onch, rewrty tnrn» trot oo* o{ the Ixuit floor teama In tlM counti jr. His method ol play ia peculiar to rJuqucnnft, and freshmen pl*y(r»-- though neboolert in other c^lon xieod on\y « year to familiarise !them*elv«« with th* Da-Ties tyix; of jtwun with ttontwr "Brud** en the munti Stephens, the Principal A. Ij Evans aJ D«nlar Borough lUgli School Ja making- i big effort to establish aports ,it tho Furnace Town instilutlon. IASA fall ihe boy.«» took par' in »e-veriU foctball games nnd ga'/o a vory Kod a«xunt ot thtmmolvw Now be IISK bo'f and girla bfike'b/all tcaniB in action ovory Friday . While there is nt jnnch mateilal f?oni which to piuk tho Varsity, th« principal has »latc«i that Ihe eutlmsiasin aud fighttnj? spirit nakes up for tho lack in number,!. Seventeen Teams Asked 1 o Par- tieipnte in Meet at Mill Town Floor. SUCCESS IS IN PROSPECT SCOTTDALE, Feb. 11.--Invitations were placed in the mails yefitei clay for the Westmoreland county independent basketball tournament to bo held at the Sttte Armory next month. Bids were forwarded to 37 formidable quintets in Lhe county and ropHcm are expected to be received scon and pcudi mentb ferred. b ' f o r receipt L»f them the arrange- tho tourney have b en de- directory of Who's W l io uv Boxing, lists every promoter ; ud matchmaker, giving his address and irle- phone number. It also tdls ot LUf foxing commissioners v ith theii person nelf. aud fees as well as giving u summai y of sports \viiteis .and other valuable iata pen lining to jlstk'dom. The Buicks, last year's ehanrpions, are sponsoring the tournamen 1 . Ofll- cials expiesaed the opinion .that tlie ouflt has tho right to defend tlio pennant in Its own backyard ami tlr.s prompted the decision to hold Uto play. It was said that Jeannetle S-.emlers ind Laliobo Murdocks aro cei lain to outer the competition. , Mnuosscn Knights o-( Pythi.ib team likewise is expected to take part in tho tnurncy. Tho natiue oi a. i espouse trorn Greens-bur^; is to be seen Th re ura no hopes being cnterUf'ned tor a good repret.eiita.tiou ftom the county -eaL as the Greensburg ofllcials aro going to conduct another play. Scottdak is expected to avoid this meet inasmuch as the executives last year wete ,aicl to have Tailed to keep their agre 'inojits by not providing the silver 'ion ig cup Tli rue-Man Cape Team ()., Feb. 11 -- Ohio Stale's reserve haskotbcUl team re~ cpnUy underwent an unusual cxpor- lenMe In a game with Wilmington Collego, The last half of the final period found the Buckeyes with only three players on the floor, other members o-f the squad having bt«a banned throufih Uie personal foul route Stato took the stunt end of .1 28 to 11 count. MOVIE OF BASKETBALL GAME IS PLANNED HAST UA^SfNG, Mich r F'b 10 -Action pictuies ot a badk»tb,Ul ,ian« are a rarity if not a coiu)|let« novolty, l)ut an attomrpt to make a motion picture repoit of a cage gam-o will bo made liero Febi u u i y 15, when the UnJ- vwislty l Michigan moot the Michigan Stato College botiketterii Eleven hugo lofloctous tiooil iho Michigan Slate baskobball floor with sucli ati Jntenso light lhat it \t bo- lietwl tlie plan will be auocei sful. Testa already made in praotluy g lines have been highly satisfactory. Ray Ride, who had ( ,enod jointly with BiJi Amos as coach of tho Washington Jp-fferaon football squad, i o- signed, it was announced yesterday. For a timo it was folt that lliio assignment of head coach lay between. Ride aud Aonos. {lukM Di«v« a luoJtr player In Jtxe tVertton, towerinff « feet. 2 Inches, iirho^ oocne* fro«n Horn cot f-ad. Pa, lB« and Stopheoa gtvr, Duqueoo« a Urtrlkin*? case of th« weil-kaown "Ions »nd short of It." The llltputian Ducitiosn* TJntwr- a prov«jd a oa.i-w.ble In the abaenc* ol! Capt 'Oeoric» "O*nxy" Benedict, Injured jln on auto crash nhortljr before the 3hri»tmas holidays. Sarnray Pratt, tr*c«ivln|f and of Iomxme'a ttun- owa "Benedict to Pratt" forward 'ptmsinpr duet (which In th» cloetnjr minutes -won four frame* durtnjf tho DuVaB 1 undefoatrd foothaJl Is' pUyinB an exc«llent during the absenca ot Ben- hte paL Casey Quintet Will Meet Buicks Tomorrow Evening At Scottdale Armory Gym 1 IfiERS SCORE ODD GAME OVER PANTHERS INB.J0. LEAGUE The Tig-era won the odd gam® from t 10 Panthers last night Jn th-e B. , 0. 1 epot League at Klks alleys. 1'aiizeLla was high with a score of 4 1 4 for the match. The scores; TIGERS. friaw 136 13£ 121 303 I Lohan, _113 116 110 330 Totals J uljln , C ulnn ... y inwria . 1 ilco ... Totals 108 123140 101 ill 12S 104 416 1530 153 421 113 355 IS! 412 113 366 .505 504 546 1554 Looks to Derby * CORVALLIS, Ore, Feb. tl.---Bill I jn|»y, 3-yoar-old oolt owned by J, N. A cJmdden, Corvaldis, may run in tho * en|ucky derby, May 17. The colt, a \\ Inner o£ tho autumn handicap at tho I awthorne tiack in Chicago la»t year, v aa bred and trained at Pleasure ^ cres neur here. Keagy Corner Basketeers Win Over Strong Masontoun Quint; Casey Star Plays for Losers ®- South iSlders To W h i p 1'ako j which was 10 luiv nlonstilp team. to the cluim- Frineh ('«rtocuil!-t PAK1S, H'eh. 1 1 -- M a u t u i Neumon\. 132. cue o' ih-f* ttromo."t hiur.oious carroonUti- ot Fr.uuv diei early vo- Jimmy Slattery rallied from Uie verge o£ a knockout last rii n 'ht at Lou stolVa! hls'hotufto^n enemy, and to w i n recognition of tho New York Stato Athletic Com: iis,sicui urjy Load Jb'loor VICTORS DEFY IRISH OUTFIT Thu Keagy Corner bukotbi.ll team defeated the IVUi=oiitown Collegidu quintet last evening at the State Armory after a, hard fought contest by the score of 29 to 24. This game was the icsult of tho challenge of the Ca»ey quintet that the Coinei passers play a team, of some repute. Tint vlctoiy o\er an A-l intends to Iwok some olher.simppy aggregation for that date, Tlio South Sidera w o n t into tho leid at the beginning of the fray uud were iiovwr ousted although at limes llieio wnii only a scant margin. Floto banked a bea.iity' ialo the hoop to brudK tho "Ice" VanQOlder made a iree attempt Iroui the ioul line. Bergin aiKl Miller camo through with t n e each from the Hold while George boosted the visitors' count lo points. The Maaontowii aggregation AV.IS 'JU Her consldeiably «trenttliei)ed with tho B rgirt Tlieu came the final stanza of the fi ly. Jt \v,ie uuneccfesuilly rough and o ly occasional glimpses of real u tikelball were wltueseed by tho ci owd of fans. The Maaontown pi sflsrs fougiit with a fierce detarmlna- ti m to emerge victorious but they w i r e unable to cope \\itli the btiong c unler ttttack of the South Sidern. The liue-up: K Mgys--80. Alasontown--21. F oto F ». Ralston Si Here F Fagler G ,, VanGoider ,Q George presence of "Red" George, Casey ace,] who contributed nine points to the visitors a,iui displayed an excellent floor game But the locals proved t»o stiong lor their opponents in every K ng G Rocks Substitutions--Guynn for Sellers, tsson for Miller, Andrews for Vun- G uder. Field goals---Floto 3, C u y n n 4, Miller a seriee, of depaitinent of tlie contest with tho In- S, Sofeeon, Borgia, King, Halbton, Vau- as the new lighthea\y weight ch uupiun oC the world # * * Bethany College lot»t a U - . i ' den- siou to Western State Tone her -3 Col- It^e at KdUitnazoo, iieh , last team piactically gamps to be arraased between tt.oj e v Uable ie=ult oE victory. The half i d - r d « i , Georgo 4, Rocks 3, Andrews Keagjs ami Canoys j ended with tho locils leading, 15-13. I Poula--Flolo, nilsbed 2; Miller, 3 out However the Corner o u t f i t does not | G u y n n pi oval lo be n 10,1! menace iol 5; Boigin, missed 2; Ralston, ] out , uitond to lemaiu i-lle Alanager H i c l i i i ' i n the tluul peiiod uu no tallied l o u r ' o l .3, VanUordor, matio t: Geoigo, 1 CtmnellsvJHo Youngsters Hcpe To Avenge Close Befeat At Local Court. LARGE CROWD IS EXPECTED Considerable Interest Is manifest In the return floor g-atno between Jie Casey baaketeers ot Connellsvllie i.nd the Buicks of S^ottdalo on the Scottdale Armory courts tomorrow ero- nlng at 8:15 o'clock. One of the larg«t crowds of 'ne season is anticipated for the aetto in view of the gwat showing of ie young Irish quintet at the local (la-id last week when the Mill Town »rs eked out a d-ecision with a great rally In the final momenta o£ play. The Buicks aro in for a very stiff evening and the 1929 champions c£ Westmoreland county will have he most forimdablo array of court taliit available 'or the Iras The Careys hairs been whipp-ng some of the strongest, teams in ihe locality »,ud tho attitude of the b is- koteers is that there's no club too f jet for them. They apparently want to play only the outstanding Quintets la the regions A large delegation of Coniiolls\3llo lollowors ol the powerful Irish contingent will accompany the team to Scottdale. MEXICAN PRESIDENT ABLE TO LOOK AFTER PRESSING BUSINESS MEXICO CITK", Feb. 11--Fort od to icmaln In bed, but recovering from the effects of the wounds leceh ed in thP attempt to assassinate him after his inauguration, President Ortl^ Rubio i'i uow huftlcieuily i«-co»'erod to gtvo his personal utl-cntio-n to (ho uioro prebMiig oflicial buineb's. 'The president has contracted a .slight cold. W. P. I- A. LEAGUE TEAMS TO BATTLE TONIGHT, FRIDATf UnicmtoTvn to Heel Gfreensfetrrg High in Section 10 Basketball Contest. NORTH UNION ON SCHEDULE Action galore is anticipated tonight and Friday as teams la the Western Pennsylvania InferBcholestic Athletic League do battle. There -will be a lull in six division's tonight out on Friday, tho 15 sections will witness much, activity. 1'rlday'E outstanding contests will find Unlontown tackling Greonsburg and North Union meeting Brownsville as the ·undefeated leaders, the fii'st mentioned in the two fraye, make another brace to continue at the helm of their respective groups, tt will also find Perry playing at Sewickley in a hard .fray that may have souio hearing on Section 12. Perry is tied w i t h Dunbar. Leisenring meeti* Hurst. i TLe sehelule of games includes: TUESDAY. Section T. California at West Newton, South Brownville at Donora. Charl-eroi at Mon«sson. Section X. Connellsville at Latrobe. Mount Pleasant at Jeannette. Scottdale at Greensburg. Section XUI. CarmichaolB at Brownsville. North Union at South Union. Georges at Redstone. tSerman at Point Marlon, FRIDAY. SecOon V. West Newton at South Brownsville. Donora at Monongahela. Monessen at California. Section X. Jeannetto at Scottdale. Greottsburs at Uniontown. Latrobc at Mount Pleasant. Soeiba XIL Perry at Sewickiey, Hurst at Dunbar. Belle Vernon at East Huntingdon. Section XUL Brownflville at North tlnion. South Union at Georges. Point Marion at Redeton*. German at Carinlchaels. Section XV. Washington at Canonsburg. · Claysvllle at Wajnesburg. Trinity at fcast Washington. CAPSTAN GLASS MAKES SWEEP OVER ACCOUNTANT TEAM . Slain? Man Jluns us "Oct." PORTLAND, M e , Feb. 11 --Dugarc! B, Duwar, wea-HIiy stock Inoker, l.-at uiglit announced his candidacy l o r Republican nomination to tlie U n t i e d States Semite ou uu "ubsolntely w t" platform. The last candidate, T O O years ago, l o i n n ou such a platfoim In Maine was overwhelmingly boat' u said that Ins boyt w o u l d swing i n t o double dockers lh.it iucicnsed the lead ution again Wednesday and an en- to tour points This stflKt- of the b n t - gAgoment M i t l i tho Moueseoti K n i g h l d tie w a j marked by of Pythias «eeins piobable. If t h i n and "hioath-taking team cannot IH obtained Ibo uunaKt-i | both oi t of 4; RocKw, i out of .'! Rcteice--McCluie. t h r i l l i n g pafcscKi j Scoie by auartois on the part of j K agys -- . 6 0 !$!, soulown . .,,,,,,,, 3 JO 5--2!) B--U BAItUELOiNA, -fepani, ]· eb 11 -- Re^cuii parties this uioniln^, are figl't- ing their way uto the i'rjcnei's, carrjiug food aiid inoditines to 150 mountain cllmbrrs lepoited suov- bound and m dire need of supplies. Capstan Glass won three games from the Accountants last night in the City Bowling League at Elks alleys. Fronek was high with a score of GO! for the three contests. The young man turned in one of the best exhibitions of the year when he topprd the 200 mark in two battles. After making a 163 in the first battle, Froiiek came through with a 205 tally. He followed this up with a 233 shot The scores: D. O. ACCOUNTANTS. Mullen -_ 131 152 135 Baldwin 06 110 Pioi'schnaller --».,,. 95 WhJpkey ..it* 148 Welsh .......146 131 Reed .... 125 144 112 122 1G7 4 IS 350 95 404 399 292 Totals ------ 012 CC 680 196S CAPSTAN GLASS. Fisher Kaylor *. Sheering Milter . B':o-nek . Totals 125 153 ll2 450 110 171 126 416 121 104 S3 308 _ .140 208 153 6{W I(i3 205 233 601 fi7S 810 756 21275 Fronek, Capstan Giais bowli r. t u r n e d In two "200 " bcorcfa last n i g h t at Ellvi alleys. After a 11W in t i e first game, tho man gof "warm 3d u p " He then tallied 2U5 nd followed it with a 233 scor-o. HIGH EXPLOSIVE SHELL MAIMS EDITOR AND FOUR EMPLOYES By U n l U f l Trc's. TRIESTE, Fob. 11.--Giudo Xcri, odl- tor ot the Popolo, is dying, and four of tho newspaper's employes a.ro ser- lOUbly injured aa the result of what i» ijeiic-vod to *IQ a Ucndlt-h plot to blow up tlio entire newspdper pl.int yoster- dav. What vaa Urt thought -to ba a bomb, placed 111 the building by ter- loiihts, was discovered to be a 149- millimeter arhllvry shell, BO placed behind a. door th.d when the door was OJKJKH! I! - t r i e ! ' (he detonator and mu "u Un, eApl-os.ou. .Neil a *, were torn troin Ilia body, The b u i l d i n g , u pailially \vrecked. Police ha\e no cJue to tho parperta- tors Tne newsrapor had recently conducted an agitation against th« activities of alleged .Tugo-Slaviaa terrorists, and it is believed the may haw been in retaliation for expose. Ctesslfled Ads.

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