The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 21, 1938 · Page 17
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 17

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 21, 1938
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v U1DAY, JANUARY 21, 1935. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE SEVENTEEN. 1 RUFFSDALE HORSESHOE MAN THIRD Sports Gleanings "Buck" Gehrig Rudolph Bourrett of Ruffbdalc 1935 champion of Pennsylvania, finished in third place in the annual State horseshoe pitthing championship tournament at the State Farm Show at Harnsburg on Thursday night The Westmoreland countian was defeated by John Fulton of Carlisle in the semi-finals as Fulton piocced- ed to capture the Keystone State honors by winning over Robert Bush of Stcwartstonw in the finals The score was 51-20 and 51-8 The champion tossed 58 ringers out of 300 throws Fulton had been kept out of the tournament last year by u rule that docs not permit a champion to defend his title Billy Conn and Honeyboy Jones are tuning up for their 12-round fight at Motor Squaic Garden Monday night Jones hasn't been beaten since his last fight with Conn Al iQumll meets Herbie Kutz of New York in an eight-round semi-final There arc also two six-round bouts While the Westmot eland county ommissioners have been granted ourt permission to sell 14 acres of and, including the Donohoo reservoir, to the State Board of Fish Commission, the sale has as yet not been -onsummated Petition seeking court jermission, for the sale foi non-payment of taxes, came up lor a hearing icveral days ago in Grcensburg. City Ducks League Closes First Half; Printers Win Flag The curtain came down on the first half schedule of the City Industrial Duckpm League at the West Penn alleys with the Printers winning the laurels, suffering but three setbacks in 27 starts Entries In the league include Servicemen and Meter Readers of the Fayette County Gas Company, Clerks ana Carriers of the Postoffice and Printers and Reporters of The Courier The scores CARRIERS Yaw 119 142 Cntchfleld _ _ 112 Dunston 114 Witt - - 148 Flannigan 103 Filburn 96 103 132 118 85 71 149 137 112 97 120 121 410 352 358 363 308 298 Totals 596 580 639 1815 PRINTERS Phuntek 99 117 119 335 Harrcr 111 127 165 403 W. Driscoll 139 H2 119 370 C. Dnscoll 192 117 107 416 Dummy 103 85 112 300 Total .644 558 822 1824 SERVICE MEN Fisher Dunston -Shipley J. Dunston . Berwick -Hoover -- 138 106 104 348 . 9 4 .. 94 .108 95 117 320 _101 104 68 273 _121 122 168 411 . 87 135 109--331 Totals 562 562 566 1690 METER HEADERS Buttermore 102 83 100 285 Burkey 111 111 95 317 Cntchfleld 71 132 145 348 Wandell 90 89 111 290 Dummy 94 95 104 293 Totals Collins . Baker _ Phillips Dummy Dummy - ..468 510 555 1533 CLERKS 80 D5 73 257 113 137 115 365 143 111 119 373 115 112 103 330 120 119 121 360 Totals - - 580 574 531 1685 REPORTERS P. Driscoll 150 112 88 350 Dclllgatti 115 119 121 355 Smith 131 138 125 394 Urchasko 93 133 145 371 Whorlc 147 155 103 405 _120 103 205 428 Haggerty Totals _ .663 657 699 2019 DAWSON BEATEN BY BOWMAN FIVE IN EXHIBITION Bowman's dribblers of Dunbar, playing at home Thursday night, spilled the Dawson baskctcers by a score ot 39 to 23 in an interesting game that found the Furnace Towners hitting in high gear in the third quarter. The summary: Bowmans G. Parker, f 5 Bruno, 1 '5 Jarvis, c F. Pts 0 10 0 10 Caruso, g ... Bogusky, E Totals Dawson Sproat, f Southerland, 1 . Rimmell, c - ._ Llvengood, g _ Husband, g -Miller, 1 Rictcr, g Totals I 3 .18 G. _ 6 - 1 . 0 . 4 . 0 0 , 0 1 30 F. Pts 1 13 0 0 0 Non-scoring substitutes -- Miller and Elcter. Score by quarters. Bowmans 4 7 20 8--39 Dawson 6 4 9 4--23 Beferec--Delagotti. Graham Little Five Bowlers Triumph The Graham Little Five bowling team traveled to Mount Pleasant Wednesday night and were defeated by a total of 195 pins. Bottomly was high scorer for trie losers with a three-game total of 497 pins. We won single game high honors with 193. The summary: GRAHAM Buggent , 107 140 Marengo 118 D9 Bottomley 193 Miner 89 Graham 153 168 12G 140 129 94 130 163 135 370 311 497 378 428 Totals 660 673 657 1990 MOUNT PLEASANT Proud ,, 179 161 189 529 - 160 110 183 459 97 156 143 39G 116 101 152 369 134 179 119 432 Parfltt Pants Heller Jacobs Totals 602 707 786 2185 Jcannette High's receipts for eight football games last year amounted o $9,815 64 with Altoona, Grcens- urg, Johnstown and McKeesport drawing in the order named Expenses totalled $8,039 38, leaving a net balance of $1,176 26. Guarantees otallcd $2,414 56 and equipment $2,45738, salanes (for coaches) $1,175, training camp $83705, among other expenditures. Washington Jellerson College basketeers will resume play on Friday, January 28, when they meet Trostburg State Teachers College at ?rostburg in the first game ot their launt to Annapolis where they will meet Navy's crack quintet the following night. This will be a banner year for the trophy manufacturers The National Semi-Pro Baseball Congress recently placed an order for 2,816. This includes 768 for each district champion, 48 for the state winners and 2,000 for league champions that arc members of the National association. Each trophy is autographed by Honus Wagner, former Pirate star. Pleads Guilty to Violation. GREENSBURG, Jan 21 --Pleading guilty to violating the State liquor law, Agatha Tarosky of Calumet, Mount Pleasant township, was fined $1, costs and sentenced to six months in the county jail by Judge Richard D Laird. Officers said they found a still and products when they raided her home last December. Larmpin' Lou Gchrifr, iron man of the New York Yankees, is pictured above in tho habiliments of a wild and wooly cowboy. That sack of tobacco hanging from his teeth indicates Lou has learned to roll 'cm ono-handcd. He's making a Western picture at Hollywood. (Central Prete) DOE SEASON HELD NECESSARY FOR EVEN SEX RATIO GREENSBUHG, Jan 21 --Pleading with sportsmen to support the State Game Commission in its decision to declare special doe seasons to "control the equality of male and female deer in Pcnnsyh ania," Dr. Samuel H Williams, professor of biology at the University ot Pittsburgh and a former commission member, addressed the third annual banquet of the Westmoreland County Sportsmen's Association Thursday night at Mountain View Hotel, attended by 225 "The antlcrless deer season Is ncccssniy . . . You cannot keep killing male deer year after year anc W. P. 1 A. league. Summaries SECTION 9 Games Tonight. Connelisville at Latrobe. Mount Pleasant at Jeanncttc. Grcensburg at Scottdale. Norwin at Johnstown. SECTION 10 I G'unc'i Tonight. Dcrry at LiRonier Dunbnr at Dcrry Twp Hurst at Enso Huntingdon. SECTION 18 Games Tonight Fayettc City at Rostraver Belle Vernon at Sewicklcy. Perry Township at West Newton Deer Kill in 1937 Largest 1 in History, Says Major Bid die HARRISBURG, Jan 21 --Pcnn- lylvinn hunters killed more deer in 1037 than in any other previous year in the history of the State Game Commission Major Nicholas Biddlc, president of the commission, disclosed today thit the army of nimrods broucht down 24,894 bucks--98 more tlnn the previous peak which was In 1931. The bear kill also jumped, from 423 in 1930 to 544 m 1937. The woodcock total was 30,000, an increase of 5 000 Ducks and geese numbered 30,000 also, a rise of 2,500 A two-weeks season on snowshoc rabbits netted 2,400 Hunters brought SECTION 14 Games Tonight Mapletown nt Redstone Point Marion at Gerimn North Union at Georges SECTION 4 Games Tonight, California at Uniontown Donora nt BrownsUlle Moncisen at Monongahela. hope that the deer will be sustained There must be a more nearly equal sex ratio cstiblished," the speaker said. Dr Williams asked the sportsmen to settle differences with the commission by arbitration and said v\ays o£ solving the problems of conservation of the deer herd included More food for deer and stop game violation's Former Fish Commissomer O M Dciblor, Hev. Samuel Truscott of near Scranton, a member of the Fish Commission, and Rollin Hcffleflnger of Invin, division game supervisor al,so gave talks. Freshman Dance Chairman. James Harkins of Scottdale has been named chairman of the committee to take care of all the preparations for the freshman recognition dincc at St. Vincent College, held annually by the sophomore class. Men s Dungarees Men * Overalls Extra heavy, 8. denim. Copper riveted. Reinforcements Heavy 3-oz. denim, bar tacked, i n n f o r i z c d shrunk. Big Yank, san- tonzcd dark gray whipcord. Blue chambray. Triple stitched. COUNTER 11 IN BASEMENT COUNTER II IN BAStMENT The Home of GUARANTEED WORK CLOTHES for Men BIG YANK Big Yank quality, elbow action, f a c e d sleeves, triple stitched. Big Yank quality, 7-oz. djrk Bray cottonadc whipcord Leather p a l m ([auntlets, f u l l leather fore and llrst finger. S a f e t y cuff, leather p a l m , clastic a c r o s s cuff Leather p a l m knit wrist, strip pcd flannel COUNTKK 11 IN BASEMENT. BAND |Q^ STORES Y-CnrjRCII LEAGUE Standings of tlic Clubs. W. L . 3 0 _ 1 0 United Brcthicn Dawson M E _ Pet. 1.000 1000 .667 .667 SCO 500 i 333 250 000 Christians - 2 1 Lcisenrmg Pros __ 2 1 First M E 1 1 Church Biclhren . . 1 1 United Prcs . _. . 1 2 St. John 1 3 Prcsbitcnnn . . 0 3 Games Tuesday. United Brethren vs Presbyterian, 7 p 'M. Dawson M^ E ,vs. United Presbyterian, 8 P M First Methodist Episcopal vs Church of Brethren, 9 P. M. down 4,100 wild turkeys, crease of 900 over 193C an in- Temple Arranges Most Pretentious Football Program By United Press PHILADELPHIA, Jan 21.--Tem- 'plc UmvoiMty announced the most pretentious football program in Its history today with disclosure of its 1935 schedule The schedule. September 24, Albught, home, October 1, Pittsburgh, home: October 7, Texas Christian, home; October 14, Buckncll, home; October 21, Boston College, home; October 28, Georgetown, home; November 5, Holy Cross, Worcester, Mass., November 13, Villanova, home, November 19, Michigan State, East Lansing, Mich , and December 3, Florida, Miami, Fla. WITH SELECTED M E R C H A N D I S E TO $122 Of the Finest BUTTER In America! Churned From Finest Quality Fresh Sweet Cream Ibs A Trlnl Will Contlnco TOU. Ibn. C NATIONAL "ECONOMY AND HEALTH" BEAN SALE! Wo Arc Cooperating with Grower* of Beans, In Offering Extra Special Price* on Thaw Products A Welcome Dish After Rich Holiday Foods! 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Young, Tender, Branded Beef End Curs Freshly- Killed EottSt c E :i ib.17 Stewing Chickens Fresh Tender Calf F.lver Fresh Jumbo Bologna Spiced Luncheon Meat n. 49c I Sycamore Bacon n. 15c I Quality Stewing Oysters n, 25c ] Fancy Sea Whitings Fancy, Sweet Florida Sugar Cared lb 2 ,b,15c Dnnk More Orange Juke for Your Health's Sake' grapefruit H«TT with SparkllnE Juice fancy Fruit Blue Label 5 ensies Fasy to Pwl- Ice. Klzo peck dor. Beauty Apples 7"-25c - Crisp Jumbo Iceberg LETTUCE i 2 solid heads Red Ripe Slicing TOMATOES 2 Ibs. 19C I'ripps Vftucfiic in ConuellhTllle, Dunbar mid n """""""* TOjqo ^^

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