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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PAG 1 ? EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1938. --Basketball THE Basketball · Sportoriais ' H.' WHOBie ' ' Sports Editor ' PRAISE FOK LUCZAK - Allie Luczak, star forward o£ Con-, ncllsville _ High School's basketball team and a. brilliant football .and field events performer who stands out as one of the finest athletes to leprescnt the Orange and Black in years, comes in for some commendation from Bob Hunter, sports editor of the Greensburg Tribune. ..Hunter writes: "ConnellsviUe's Cokcrs may be rated as a 'one-man team' in Section 9 of-the W. P. I. A. L. with their attack built around Alllc Luczak but ·what coach's hcast would not be I gladdened by the acquisition of such a'playcr. ' "It has been Luczaks work that has kept the Cokers in the league race so far this season and while the Orange and Black probably will not win the sectional crown, this lanky lad has been a constant thorn in the side of all.opposition. Against Greensburg, the .toughest defensive club in the league, Allie managed to ring up 16 of his team's 21 points. In the game with Mount Pleasant Tuesday night, .all Luczak did .was to count 24 of his team's 47 points, or, better than half the total. He has been high 'scorer . in all other games so for. "The 'stop-Luczak' movement among Section 9 teams so far has been a howling failure." Luczak is being sought by a num-. ber of-colleges with Duquesne and Coker Basketeers Bow To Latrbbe in Section 9 As Luczak is Bottled Up .Pitt -reportedly being "him "to-their 'athletic 'hot" to add talent." The "Ccker ace is a high jumper and pole valuter in track and field competition and "turned" In a' mighty 'nice "season at .fullback on tho Coker grid club. He has the potentialities of a great .college player and the finest thing -about.'itall is that he.takes his bows with an appropriate and becoming nonchalance.' . " Orange and Black Fails To Stop Home Club. In Two Periods. STAR COLLECTS BUT THREE GOALS Unable to check" two scoring surges, one in the first quarter and another in the third, Connellsv'lle High School basketball quintet lost a 35-32 decision Friday night' at Latrobe in Section 9. Allie Luczak, Cokcr scoring ace, was closely guarded, as he was held to three field goals. " After a poor first quarter that found the home club climbing into a six point lead, the Cokcrs began finding the range to whittle the score to -14-13 at half time. Latrobc's Ions ^ange shots found their mark In the ·third period as"the Cokcrs" trailed once more by six counters. For a while in the final stanza it appeared that the Yough lads might finish on top but Latrobe, though outscored, tallied enough markers to stay on top." : The line-ups:. 'Connellsvillc" .Evans, f ' Luczak, 1 Marakas, c -Heed, g ~ -Showman, g · McCoy, g . Murray, f . G. MINE SEALING KESUMES . .Approximately ISO men arc. cm- Ployed'on five mine sealing projects in' Nicholson, and German" townships under the Works Progress Adminis. .tration.. ."These are the only items DOW operating in the county. - v .Soveral projects In the vicinity of .-Ohiopyle and a number in the Con- -nellsvillo district are contemplated but-bave-not been sufficiently ad" .vanced to start activity. Tho abandoned mines -arc sealed in the State's campaign to clear up streams pollution and projects arc prepared, by State Bureau of Mines. In Westmoreland county about 300 men are now engaged in similar projects. Among these arc West Overton in East Huntingdon township, rts o 6 Totals Latrobe Masscna, f -- .Yanarella, I -Steele, c -- -- Ballnntyne, g _ Hough, g .- Totals Score by periods: Connellsville -Latrobe 14 G. 4 I 4 ._16 3 · 32 Pts 35 8 11--32 13 8--35 Sports Gleanings Jake Mintz' show Monday night in ·Motor Square Garden in Pittsburgl looms up as tho biggest fistic attrac tion in years. Jake has Billy Conr Brtokerton in Mount Pleasant town- flgh'.iiK none other than Honcybt, ship, Fort Palmer in Fairfleld township and Carbon in Hempflcld township. Mine scaling projects arc financed by Federal and State funds and it was said the appropriations are of sufficient size to keep them operating for some time. BITS HERE AND THERE : Bunting organizations have been warned by the Game Commission that an net of the recent Legislature requires a club permit or individual license to hunt fox in the State. Fox hunting season continues u n t i l ' March 31. Annual permits costing $50 must be obtained for hunts with an organized pack of 20 .or more hounds.--Those with fewer than 20 dogs must obtain regular hunting licenses. Violators may be fined $100 and costs . . . Jimmy Bruno, golf professional at Pleasant Valley Country Club, has opened in conjunction with Paul Eraih, Edgewood pro, a golfing school in tho Regent 'building in Pittsburgh . .'..Lack ot a' suitable gymnasium is advanced at Jeannette as the reason for tho school's weak basketball, teams. Even Coach Barnes is ot the belief that the bandbox floor has a lot to do with the calibre of play of the Glass City -when away from home where the ball is in play "all around." At" Jcannette when "the bairhits'the side, the opponents take it out'of bounds "". . More than 25,000 "s£mi-pro" clubs wilt be members of "the" National Semi-Pro "Baseball Congress, during 1938. Their players will be protected from jumping to other clubs without release under national system of contracts . . . Another "20 Yoars of Basketball" article will appear in Monday's column. Jones in the ]2-round feature. Thcr are 'three other bouts, featuring A Quaill, Herbic Katz, Willie Ncyland Mickey O' Brien, Buff Melltogcr an Buddy McArthur. Mickey Cochrane, scrappy Octroi Tiger manager and cathcr, believe the Tigers have a good chance to un seat the Yankees as the America Legion champions. Bethany and St. Vincent did som tall scoring as the Bisons took a 64 62 win over the Bearcals. Eothan scored 27 field goals and 10 fouls an the Saints 24 two-poiniers and free throws. Temple won Irom Car ncgie.Tcch, 39-37, while. Duqucsn lost to Villanova, 33-32. Pa.rbch.iais Go , to St. Vincent ,;Tkis Evening ' Immaculate Conception H i g h Journeys -to-Lalrobo-Armory tonight to tackle th« St. Vincent Prep dribblers. · This rail be a preliminary to the St. 'Vincent Collegfl-Davis-Elkins clash and will begin at 7 o'clock. Ralph Herr Heads : : Champion Sportsmen Ralph Harr was elected president of the Champion District Sportsmen's Association nt the annual reorganization ' meeting. M. B. Kalp was named vice-president, J. R. Miller secretary, Hunter'Kalp assistant secretary and G, H. Miller treasurer. The club hopes to regain its former membership and enroll additional members during the year. There.will be another meeting on Saturday night, January 20, at 8 o'clock at Champion. Rev. Tliomas-T. Cawiey.-principa of Catholic High~at Johnstown, wh turned down four big league offers ' become a priest, urged high- schoc authorities to take oft the "victorj pressure" on athletics. Asserting tha Saturdays had b'ecome'a "carnival parades, drinking and destruction property," he said at the school banquet: "We cry out against th menacing tide of public- desire After all, the lines must be draw somewhere and the lenders are face with the obligation of drawing them Pittsburgh sold Pitcher Jim Wea er to the St. Louis Browns in straight- cash deal. Big Jim ha served with Washington, New Yor Yankees and Chicago Cubs befo; going to.the Pirates.. W. P. I. A. League Summaries SECTION 9 Yesterday's Results. Latrobe 35; Connellsvillc 32. Mount Pleasant 45; Jeannette 3l. Greensburg 34; Scottdale 18. Johnstown 29; Norwin 22. Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Tel. 'recnsburg 6 0 1.000 ohnstown . 5 eannette -- 2 2 2 onnellsville 2 fount Pleasant 1 atrobc cottdolc ,833 .067 .333 .333 .333 .333 .167 Games Tuesday. Jeannette at Grccnsbufg. Latrobe at Nonvin. _ Scottdale at Connellsvillc. Johnstown at Mount Pleasant. SECTION 10 Yesterday's Results. Derry Twp. 44; Dunbar Twp. 36. Hurst 34; East Huntingdon 10. Standing of the Clubs. lostraver , __ Belle Vernon ,, (Vest Newton _ Fayette City _ 'erryopolis -Sewickley . W. 5 4 3 3 _ 2 1 South Huntingdon -- 0 L. ret 0 1.000 .80i .00 .500 .400 .20 .OOC Games Tuesday Ttostrnvcr nt Belle Vernon. West Newton at South Hunting don. Game Wednesday. Sewickley at Pcrryopolis. SECTION" 14 Yesterday's Results. -- Georges 22; North Union 13. Redstone 41; Maplctown 32. Point Marion 31; German 1C. Standing of the Club*. W. 1~ Gorges -- 5 North Union ·! South Union 4 Point Marion 2 Redstone ___ 2 Maplctown t German - - '- 0 ONCE AGAIN UPSETS ^EXPERTS' Derry Township Upsets Dunbar With Long Shots; Tied for Section Lead JIMMY BRADDOCK Former world's heavyweight champion, James J. Braddock, the "Cinderella man" of flstiana, came from behind with a gallant finish to upset boxing experts and defeat lough Tommy Farr, British heavyweight titlcholder, in n bristling 10-round match before a near-capacity crowd in Madison Square Garden, New York, Friday night. The 32-year-old battler who but two years ago was on the relief rolls, making his first appearance since losing the crown to Joe Louis, came through with n sensational finish in the ninth nnd tenth rounds to surprise his younger foe, the scrappy and daring Welshman from Tonypandy, nftcr he nac seemingly been helplessly battered and licked at the end of the eighth Braddock has been making a habit of turning in victories when the experts expected him to lose and they were almost unanimous in picking Farr Jimmy insists that he'll be the first ex-champion to regain the crown. He had said before the Fnrr bout that i he loses he'd quit the same. A victory, however, he added would fine him after Louis' sculp. PERRY BEATS WEST NEWTON N LOOP TILT West Newton went down to an un- xpected defeat Friday night in See- on 18 play as the Perry Township iigh Commodores came through with 33 to 31 verdict after an extra reriod. The regular time had ex- ilrcd with the count at 29-all. J. Hist Sttmmel's boys were trail- ng, 13-9, when the half ended and he advantage was increased anoth- r point in the third stanza. They ut loose with an assault that over- ame this edge during the fourth rame and the home club was dead- ockcd. In the extra period, the Commodores got four points and the cwts but two. Roitraver Township, however, con- inued So set the pace In the section y spilling Fayette City while Belle Vernon took the measure of Sewickley Township, 41 to 37, in, a free scoring scrap. The summary: Perry G. F. Pis. Wilkic, f _______ 4 2 10 Francy, f -- 3 0 Rollins, c -- 5 1 Casey Club Will Open Home Season on Monday PC 1.00 .80 _.80 .400 .·533 .200 .000 Games Turftday. Point Marlon at Maplcfown. Georges at German. South Union nt North Union. SECTION Yesterday'* Rmulis. Unionlown 52; California 20. Donora 42; Brownsville 30. Monongnhcla 28; Monessen 27. The Casey Club will open its home season at State Armory with the strong Charlcroi Collins, after having participated in upwards of a dozen scraps on foreign lots. C'harlcro! h;is on its rosier such boys ns Pnrfcs, Dcbnar, Stevenson, McLuckic and others who have cs- lishcd enviable reputations on the ·mrdwood. The teum was in second ilace in the West Penn League until recently when forced to drop out. The locals will journey to M'mcs- «*en on Sunday afternoon to take on the Company D passers. The GUJIM!;- mcn have built up n nice reputation in the Mon Valley. Coach Tom McCleary, who formerly tutored Immaculate Conception High, has cnUed :t practice s^-^ion for tonight nt the Knight-; of Columbus quarters and all members nrc asked to be on hand nn new uniforms will be given out. Standing of the Clubs. W. 5 4 3 3 1 Brownsville 1 Monongnhcla 1 Donora Uniontown Monessen _ Charierol California ret. 0 1.000 2 .607 .000 .6(10 MO .200 .200 Games Tuesday. Monongahela at Donora. Charleroi at Monessen. Brownsville at California. Sword Swallowcr Floored. PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 22,--Leo, n star performer nt n dime museum here, could swallow swords by the yards--but lie couldn't take smoke. He was half way through his act when fire broke out. He swallowed so much smoke trying to save his props that firemen had to carry him out. You Ride With when you ride on Smooth Tis-es More people were killed in this country by automobiles during the" last 18 months than America's total loss of men during the World War. Of these auto accidents, a big percentage resulted from riding oh SMOOTH TIRES! Let us RENEW fhe TREAD DESIGNS on Your Smooth Tires with oiir speedy, efficient, BENDIX-PECO Equipment. It restores safety; improves steering; increases mileage; enhances appearance. Your choice of many anti-skid treads may be qulclcly cur. Oppermann's Supreme Service Opposite West Pcnu Terminal Phone 1232 Standing Army Will Don Long Trousers WASHINGTON, Jan. 22. -- The Army--all except its mounted units --is in the process ol getting into long pants. This was disclosed in n now rc lation prescribing trousers instead of the traditional breeches for men of the Coast Artillery, signal corps, ordnance service, quartermaster corps, adjutnnt general's, judge nd- vocatc general's, finance and chaplain's departments. The Air Corps, first Army unit to be thus equipped, began wearing the new type uniform se%'cral months ago. Westinghouse Passers Spill H a z e l - A t l a s The Wc-stinfihouic basketball quin let :iddccl another scalp to its slrin of victories Friday night nt the Stat Armory when it defeated the slron: Hazel-Atlas club of Washington, 31 29 in a game packed full of thnlli. \VcstinKhonfe W. Miller, f Ilccd, f . F. Miller, c . Jones, g McCormick, g Harper, t Hart, Totals Hazcl-AtUs Johnson, f Wordcl, £ . Zanskcy, c Olcngcr, s . Malloy, g Roberts, f Fidclman, c G. . -1 3 _ _ 3 ._. 0 __ 2 . .1 12 G. -.1 F. 0 1 0 0 o o o rts rt. v,; .eisenring Catches Up With Pace Setters But Not for Long. LOSERS UNABLE TO FIND RANGE n ic g Statzula, g Totals West Newton Lindaucr, t -Abbott, 1 Fowler, c Scholl, g Hula, g -14 G. --5 2 3 _ 2 Totals 13 Score by periods: Perryopolis 0 3 9 11 West Newton 6 7 10 6 Kefcrce--Anderson. rts II 31 4--33 2--31 Judgment 1 Signed Against Dike Site PITTSBURGH, Jan. 22.--Fcdera Judge Nelson MeVicar signed fina judgment against a small area o land in Lower Burrell township Westmoreland county, gained by th Government in condemnation pro cccdinRs for the construction of an earthen dike to protect the rivei bank nt the abutment of Lock an Dam No. 4 in the Allegheny River The purchase price was set at $2, 400.76. The Braeburn Allay Stce Corporation will receive.$2,300.76 fo its share of the land, while the re maining $100 will be paid to Fran D. Shearer. An impartial board of viewer originally had set a value of $5,00 on tho steel corporation's plot, but Federal court Jury reduced the csti mated value to the present flgur after the Government appealed from the viewers' estimate. Derry Township High scored a 44 o 36 decision over Dunbar Township t the former's floor Friday night to o into a tie for first place in Section 0. And the outcome lies in one thing --long range shooting. Derry's dis- ance artillery worked--Dunbar's idn't. It was a nip and tuck game H-oughout with the Larry Sullivan ive setting the pace from the opcn- ng whistle, holding first a three- icint edge at the quarter, four points it the haK and then seven when the hird period ended. But Lcisenring was not to be ountcd out so easily and cut loose with a passing assault that had the lomc club upset for a time and the Bruce M. Shearer boys pulled up vith a 30-30 tie. Walbaum, who .everal days ago shot one for Hurst, dropped a long one through the net and soon afterward passed to Hcrch- to who sank an easy one for another :ie. Then the Westmoreland coun- ians got going from mid-court and t .was Just too much for the Red and Black. Derry has one defeat, having xwcd to Hurst on Tuesday, while the set back was the first for Dunbar. The summary: Dunbar Twp. G. F. Pts. Yourich, f 1 4 6 Pavlosky, f ' 3 2 8 Hasson, c ._»«__«__« 2 1 5 flcrchko, g i_ 5 '3 13 Husband, g 1 0 2 Kontra, f .__; 0 1 '1 Hertzncll, c- 0 0 0 Rosensteel, B 0 1 1 Totals ... ..12 12 · 36 Missed fouls--Yourich 2, Pavlosky 3. Hasson 1, Herchko 1, Husband 2, Hertzncll 1. ' Derry Twp. G. F. Pts. Johnson, f Walbaum, C Burd, c -Stahl, f Neigoot, g Torrcro, g G. , 0 5 . 7 . 4 . 4 . 0 44 Totals 20 Missed fouls--Johnson 2, Stahl 2, Neigoot 3. Score by quarters: Derry Township 9 9 11 15--44 Dunbar Township -- 6 8 8 14--36 Referee--Lynch. Win Broadcast Prize. The V. it X. trio of this city were victors in an amateur contest conducted by a Uniontown radio station last week. The vocalists are Misses Carmel Falcone, Viola Rice and Marie Galasso. Totals .- _. -- 12 Score by quarters: Hazel-Atlas -- - - 3 6 Westinghouse - - - 3 8 Referee--Hasson. Umpire--Floto. 20 4 16--29 7 13--31 Wlndber Tops BoswcII. Windbcr took undisputed possession of first place in Somerset County Class A Basketball League with a 37 to 18 victory over Boswcll. Build Parade of Ownership Your house will come'up to your expectations if you build with well selected materials--and it will save you annoying repair costs later. We're experts in the field of lumber and building materials--and know from experience what materials will give you longest and best service with minimum upkeep. Before you build, pay us a visit. Let us show you money-saving new building materials--"stabiiiw-d" lumber t h a t proven Is cracks and warjiiugs--uud other in.itcri.ils for better construction. Phone 1000 South Connefisviile Lumber Go. "Yiir C;i|iMnii (Hubs Co., .So. CoiictcllM ille, 1'n. Business Men Say: IT'S GOOD BUSINESS TO BORROW! Reckless borrowing has no place in business, but when an intelligently managed business -with good credit borrows funds for legitimate purposes and sound expansion, there is a definite benefit not only to the borrower but to the entire community as well. That's when businessmen say, "It's good business to borrow." And under those conditions, it's good business to make loans. This bank has funds which it desires to put to work locally for the benefit ot the community. Level headed businessmen are invited to discuss with us their loan requirements. They can count upon our co-operation in extending credit for the development of business in his territory. , .It's Not Too Late! 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