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..'. MONDAY,-JANUARY #4? 193S. THE irAIL-Y COURIER, CONNELLSVTL-LE, PA. PAGE Basketball THE SPORTING WORLD Basketball Sporforials . By JOHM H. WHOEIO Sports Editor -·-30 STEAKS 'OF BASKETBAXXr ·" . :.. .: (Part Five)' - " - ·· The 1932 season .found the Orange and-Black .again- in. the .thick. of the .pennant flght in Section 10 but Uniontown -walked -off with the honors in a great ·race. Latrobe, Greensburg, Scottdale, Mount Pleasant and Uniontown were others in the division. - -- · -·Bill Dolde's players won all of the independent games played that year and the season's record stood-at-14 wins and-three setbacks,-the latter coming in league play. "·L-ightburn, Lujack,- McCoy, Mc. Cormick and · Dunstan formed the starting Cokcr lineup with Leploy, Woods, Murray, Soisson, Gucrrlero, George and Sager as reservcs.'Harold Sager was later to become one of the-Coker stars.' The hot race found the final game between the Cpkcrs and Uniontown determining the sectional-championship but the Maroon and White came through with a 22-15 count here. Had the locals won,, it would have resulted in a three-way tic-with Latrobe and Uniontown; - -The county- scaters lost but one game that year, to Latrobe. . - · Coach Dolde turned'out his second championship club in 1933 in competing against Dunbar Township, Perry Township, Hurst, Mount Pleasant, Scottdale and East Huntingdon but; the Cokers fell before Norwin, Section 11. title-winner, in the. first ·round of thb eliminations. Leading 33-32 with less than 30 seconds ol play, the Oragne and Black called lor .a. time-out and this proved dlsaster- .ous as it was an excessive period and Norwin got- a free throw, from the free line that was "made,""creating'a tie. In the first extra period," neither Jive, scored and _in the second 'ios- sion Norwin took .the lead and won : -.35 to 33... . ;·.... --. . ;;-, . .- -·"-The Cokers-defeated Scottdale.at home shortly after the- start of the second half of the schedule and went into a tie with the Blue and White for the lead. Hurst had previously whipped both Scottdale and the Cokers. Connellsvllle -and Scottdale wound up the schedule in a deadlock and in the playoff at Greensburg ' the Doldemcn carnc through with.a.24-19 verdict_to take the_Sec- ~_iion 10 gonfalon. "" · This combination, composed of Harold Sager, Reed, Bill Foltz, -Roger McCormick and Leslie Dunston with John Stein, Brown, Mestrezat, Mc- randa, J. Miller, Gucrricro, Lujack, Galiardi and Blascy as reserves, played 16 games that year and won 12 while losing four, two in the league and as many in independent competition. It- was the lost sectional championship five developed here. Losing twice to Uniontown, Con- ncllsville lost a chance to take of! the gonfalon in Section 11 in 1934 competing with Mount Pleasant; Dunbar Township",' Hurst and Scoltdale. The club played 15 games, 10 of them in the W. P. I. A. L. The icc- ord for the year was 13 wins and two defeats, both dished out by the countyseatcrs who closed their league program without a defeat. The Orange and Black remained in the thick of the flag chase to the end. Uniontown had won the first game 'with the Cokers at Its floor, 24-22, in on extra period but the Maroon and White knocked over the dope bucket-with a decisive,.43-26 victory on the locals' floor as-Reisinger dom- lnated~the~scrap ~before~an~overflow crowd, "The Cokers had won nine consecutive games before the county- seatcrs took the first decision by two points in an overtime tilt' Four more league games in a row .were counted ·before the second reversal was dished out.- - - ·' " · - · · - Sager,-Reed, Fred-Miller, 'Blasey and · Stan- Lujack were the starters for the Orange and Black with Meranda, Marietta, McGinnis, Harper, p. Miller and Mestrezat as the reserves. · -The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette placed Sager-at forward and Lujack at guard on the Section 11 mythical .club-with -Reed, a forward, and Freddy Miller, a center, on the second club. . " ' ; . ' ' r Incidentally it was-in the year 1934 . that the 10-sccond rule went into effect in basketball. ' (To be.Continued) BITS HERE AND THERE Officials and players 'of the Paramount Juniors, city chnmpions for two years and having 17 wins and one defeat this season, voted "thumbs down" oh a proposed series with the First M.-'E. Juniors when the latter forfeited in the City WPA' Recreation Center Junior Basketball League with'the theatre boys taking the first half honors. "The M: E. lads .had a chance, to~back up their boast 'of ha'ying a'team" good enough'"for - a post-season series but when they foiled to set foot at State Armory they lost all/right to it," a Paramount spokesman said.. ... Jimmy Wlnford, former Scottdale pitcher, has been released to Houston, .Texas League, by the St. Louis Cardinals. .Winford. right-handed rookie hurlor o£ the National League was forced to'retire in mid-season last year due to appendicitis just ns the Cards were counting heavily on him . . . Don't forget that Thursday," February 24, is the date for the annual Izaak Walton League banquet. "-"Get your ticket early so ample reservations cat-be made .. . Connie Mack, 75-year-old manager of the Atli- eltics, will be honored Tuesday at the 34th annual dinner of the Philadelphia Sporting Writers. Association v.; Some of that fourth Quarter heat of the Dunbar-Dcrry Township game he refcreed Friday night must, have John \[^opdruff Again Named on All-America Track and Field Team Connellsville Boy, 800- Meter Champ, Picked Second Year. DAN I EL J.FERRIS REVEALS ROSTER Johnny Woodruff of. Connellsville, brilliant middle distance runner now at the University of Pittsburgh, was awarded a place on the all-America track and field team for 1938, announced in New York by Daniel J. Ferris, secretary-treasurer of the American Athletic Union. ' The honor roster, published In the official athletic almanac, shows the 1936'Olympic champion at his favorite 800-meter position in which he performo'd brilliantly during the past season and in which ho'Is expected to add additional honors . this, and next year. Woodruff .was one of a group who .repeated in the compilation. He had won the National A. A. U. feature last summer. SHIPPERS WHIP SMOCK ROOKIES IN FIRST GAME The Shippers basketball team, playing its first game, came through with a vcitory over the Smock Rookies by a-34-31 count; - -The Shippers would like to play all · first-class- clubs- in the region. Call 1578 or write-Waltcr Zimmerman; 316 South -street, Connellsville for games: - · The summary: · Shippers ' " 'C. Cartwright, f __:_2 Zimmerman,, f _ _2 Mato, c ', 2 F. Pts. Palovchalk, g . Bud King, g _ Gebadlo, f J. King, g 2' 1 1 1 1 1 1 Totals . : 13 8 34 Non-scoring substitutes--Mato, Gc- badlo. Smock Rookie* G. F. Tit. L. Hudock, f 5 5 IS Keefe, f 1 0 2 Spirange, f 1 0 J. Hudock, c 1 0 2 Brown, g 1 0 2 Westburg, g 3 1 7 Fuse, g -- 0 1 1 Totals 12 7 31 Score by quarters:! Shippers 9 5 7 12--34 Smock Rookies 12 6 5 8--31 Referee--Hudock. Umpire--Hydcck. East Huntingdon Baskcteers Lose To Hurst Quintet ALVERTON, Jan., 24.-- East Huntington' High School- basketball team went down tt' defeat Frlda'y' night at the local gym as Hurst High administered : a 34 to_ 10 lacing. Eight of the visiting baskcteers flgurcd-ih the scoring that found Baluh high with eight points. The line-ups: . : East Ilnniington :: G. Morgan^ t. .' r,'; ___ ~.~ _ . _ 1 " Clausner, 1 -- 0 Petro, c _____ 0 Popovec, g __ -- -- -'...' ...n. Thorn, g ..... ... __ 0 Porkosky, g F. rts. 1 " "3 0 0 n Totals Hurst Kantorlk, t __ Dolan, f --,-- Vikartosky, c _ Pfrogner, g -Baluh, .g Pushcar, 1 Jagoda, c Rutkosky, g -- G. 8 10 F. Pts. 3 4 4 6 8 3 ...4 2 34 Totals : 14 Scoring by quarters: East Huntington 3 2 1 4--10 Hurst ..;.-.:. 13 7 5 9--34 Referee--Hazelbaker. Auto Safety Sign. ' .MINCO, Oklo.. Jan.: 24.--Minco citizens, worried at violations of the .citys speed laws, appealed to the safety committee of the American Legion post. The committee erected this city: "This is God's county-don't drive..thru, it like hell." Mcyersdalo-Cagcrs Win.. Meyersdalc'scorcd.-Its-flrst Class A win in tho Somerset County Intcr- schoiastlc eLaguc atlthc' expense "of Berlin, -17 to 20, completely outclassing the home five. gotten into Victor Lynch's automo- bile.as he drove to his Latrobe home after.the game at Dcry .Township for five broke out near the motor. Vic and several boys smothered the fire with mud . . . Game kill last year set new records, news dispatches state, but at what a price in luiman life . . . Somerset's' Charley Brant scored a first round knockout over Nick-Kiirsch of Baltimore at Frostburg, Md., to make it 28 knockouts and five decisions against one loss since he took up boxing two years ago . . . Derry Borough whipped Ligonicr to the tune of 44 to. 12 in Section 10. Greeri.sbu.rg ! Trims. Scots To Hold Lead SCOXXDALE, '.Jan. 24.--Greensburg High turned in its sixth straight victory to hold first place in Section 9 by taking the measure of Scottdale, 34-18, Friday night at the Armory. The Blue and White went into the lead at the first quarter but the Maroon and White soon took care of that. The line-ups^ Grccnsburg G. Johnson, f 4 Rowc f 2 Steffcn, c 1 Hallam, g 3 Zyvith, g 4 Keough, f --t 0 Zalich, f 0 F. Pts. Totals _ Scottdale Byers, f -- Zcarley, f Byblc, c . Graft, g . Skemp, g 14 6 34 G. F. Pis. _2 2 6 _1 2 4 _1 0 2 _2 1 5 _.0 1 1 6 Totals -- · Score by periods: Greensburg ...-^ 9 Scottdale 10 Referee--Easterly. The Junior Varsity game: 6 18 6 14--34 3 1--18 Greensburt Quatse,- f _-- Roscttl, f -- Stlpp, c Fcret, g Kienzle, g __ Nelson, f Balr, t Kurlock, f _ Clements, c _ G. F. P». Totals Scottdale Dawson, f J. .Randolph, f -Province, c D. Randolph, g _ Lipps, g Lockord, f Horton, f _ 8 G. 0 o : 1 0 o 2 2 8 24 F. ru. 1 i 0 0 o o o 0 0 2 6 0 4 Totals ___ ........ -- ____ 5 3 13 Score by periods: Greensburg ___________ . 5 6 5 8 -- 24 Scottdale _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 4 3 3 3--13 Referee -- Zenrley. Shamrocks fo Meet Smock This Evening The Connellsville Recreation Center Shamrocks, girls' quintet, will meet the Smock Girls Five in the preliminary to the Casey Club- Charlcroi game at the Armory tonight. The game to be played boys' rules, will-start promptly at 7:30 o'clock and will be the first home game of the - season for the green clad tomboys.- To dale the team has played three games, all on foreign floors, and all have resulted In victories for the locals. Starting with tonight's game the Shamrocks will play home games each Monday night at the Armory for the remainder of the season. All o£..thc best of the Pittsburgh district teams will be. met along with teams from " Fayctte, Washington and Greene counties who wish to compete for the mythical district championship now held by the Shamrocks. Teachers Beaten By Washington in Overtime Battle The Hazel-Atlas girls team defeated the Connellsville Teachers sextet Friday night at State Armory, 32-25, after the game had been forced into an extra period. The Yough City lasses, led by little Esther Primus, unleashed a scoring onslaught in the third period to overcome a 10 point deficit and knot the count at 19-19. The last period found each team netting four points which necessitate playing nn extra, period. Primus collected 13 points for the locals--more than half her teams' total while Devenney and Lawrence were high scorers for the visitors getting 14 and 11 counters respcctivc- The line-ups Conndlsvlllc Hooper, f Conner, f Floto, sc' Clark, c Fishback, g . Sligcr, g Primus, { ... Totals ... Washington Yanavich, f Devenney. se ,Gray,.c Guadagni, g :Clark, g Markovlth, f Totals 13 6 32 Scoring by quarters: Connellsville 2 5 12 4 2--25 Washington ... 12 5 2 4 9--32 Kcferce--Hyatt. Umpire--Lattimorc. COKER SWIMMERS DEFEAT CLAIRTON IN I N I T I A L MEET Connellsville High, came through with a 42 to 32 victor f over Clairton High School in the iattcr's pool in the season's initial intcrscholastic swimming meet. The Cokers conceded Clairton first and second in the diving events and scored third positions without running off these features. The club coached by A. R. (Red) Barr has no facilities for training in diving. Connellsvillo was first in five of the swimming dashes. The summary: 40-yard free style--Won by Schambergcr, Clairton; second, Kcf- fer, Cofcers; third, Adamson, Clairton. Time 20.7 seconds. 220-yard free style--Won by STATE SCHOOL TRACK, FIELD MEET MAY 28 By United Press. HARRISBURG, Jan. 24.--Listing no' major changes, the Pennsylvania Interscholastlc Athletic Association's 1938 regulations governing all sports except football were released to member schools Saturday. With release ot basketball, track, golf, wrestling, swimming, volleyball and gymnastics rules, the P. I. A. A. board of control announced following championship dates: Wrestling, March 19; track. May 28; golf, May 27-28. All events will be staged at Pennsylvania State College. No definite date or site has yet been selected for the annual State basketball championship, Edmund WIcht, P. I. A. A. secretary, said. The contest was originally scheduled for March 26 at State College but a shift in collegiate cvcnti there forced WIcht to change original plans. The titular swimming event, usually dominated by the crack AUrntown and Erie strong Vincent tankmen; volleyball and gymnastics championships will be held in the spring, it was raid. The mnt tournament will be the first P. I. A. A. championship of its kind ever held. Devotees of the wrestling sport, gaining widespread popularity in State high schools, advocated tlie first annual title tourney. First serious threats to the 1037 basketball title held by Pittsburgh South will be determined following intcrdistrlct East and West division cage championships opening March 16. Preliminary regional title piny will take place March 19, final regional championships March 22, and the State championship the following week, probably March 26. Wicht pointed out that ^emi-flnol events will be eliminated in future track meets, leaving only preliminary events and Jlnals to be run. This was done, he cxplrincd, to relieve athletes from as much strain as possible.' In Class A competition the 120- high hurdles event will bo added, and in Class B action the one mile rclcy event will be introduced. In furtherance of the P. I. A. A. plnn to prevent overtaxing of athletes, the championship golf tournament has been split up in two drys for the first time, 18 holes to be played each day instead of 36 in one day. Swimming, volleyball »nd gymnastics regulations remain viilur,lly the same. Billy Conn, Jones Will Fight Tonight In Pittsburgh Ring PITTSBURGH, Jan. 24.--Everything is in readiness for tonight's battle between Billy Conn and Honcyboy Jones for the honor of being rated as Pittsburgh's best middleweight. The fight will be staged at Motor Square Garden here and the distance is 12 rounds. Al Quail! .fights the sensational Hcrbio Katz of New York City in the eight-round semi-windup. Rockwootl HiRli Whipped. Rockwood went down to defeat before Somerset Township of Friedens, 22 to 18. City Dartbai! League The darlbull · schedules ol the Methodist Protestant, Evangelical and Baptist churches have been postponed because of prayer services being conducted at those churches. J. W. Carlcton wishes to draw the attention of managers to the fact that beginning February 7, all teams will be scheduled two nights a week in order to play all postponed games. The standings of the clubs: W. L. Pet. Lutherans 8 3 .727 Moth. Episcopal -- 6 3 .667 Presbyterians 6 3 .667 United Brethren 4 5 .444 Baraca Class 2 4 .333 M. E. Juniors ..,, 2 1 .667 Christians 3 (! .333 Evangelicals 3 6 .333 Meth. Protestant 2 4 .333 Games Tonight. United Brethren at Presbyterian. Methodist Episcopal at M. E. Juniors. Mincrd, Cokers; second, Logue, Clairton; third, Willard, Cokers. Time 2:52.9. I 100-yard breast stroke--Won' by Folcy, Cokers; second, Peterson, Cokers; third, Dubbs, Clairton. Time 1:20.1. 100-yard back stroke--Won by Schambergcr, Clairton; second and third, Colborn and Blacka, Cokcrs. Time 1:14.6. 100-yard free style--Won by Keffer with Beighley, both Cokers, second. Time 1:04. Medley relay--Won by Connellsville (Colbom, Foley and Blacka.) Time 1:17.4. 160-yard free style relay--Won by Connellsvllle (Keffer, Boyle, 'Sapolsky and Beighley.) ' Time 1:28.6., W. P. I. A. League Summaries SECTION 9 Standlnr of the Clubs. Greensburg Johnstown Norwin Jcanncttc Latrobe _ Scottdale Connellsvllle M"'int Pleasant. W. L. Pet. 0 1.000 .833 .667 .333 .333 .333 .333 .167 Games Tuesday. Jeannette at Grecnsburg. Latrobe at Norwin. Scottdale at Connellsville. Johnstown at Mount Pleasant. SECTION 10 Standlnr of the Clubs. W. Dunbar Township 4 Derry Township 4 Youngwood 3 Hurst 3 Derry Borough 3 Ligonicr 1 East Huntingdon 0 L. 1 1 2 2 2 5 5 Pot. .800 .800 .600 .600 .600 .167 .000 G»m« Tuesday. Derry Township at Derry Borough. Youngwood at Hurst East Huntingdon at Dunbar. Game* Friday. Dcrry Township nt Ligonicr. Youngwood at Dunbar. East Huntingdon at Derry. SECTION" 18 Standing; of the Clubs. Rojlravcr Belle Vcrnon West Newton Fayctte City Pcrryopollj Fcwjckley _ South Huntingdon w. L. ret. 0 1.000 .800 .600 .500 .400 .200 .000 Game* Tuesday Rostraver at Bcllo Vcrnon. West Newton a'. South Huntingdon. Game Wednesday. Scwlckley at Pcrryopolis. SECTION 14 Standing of the Clubs. W. Georges ..--. 5 North Union 4 South Union 4 Point Marion 2 Redstone 2 Maplctown .^--^_«_« 1 German 0 L. Pet. 0 1.000 .800 ...800 .400 .333 .200 .000 Games Tuesday. Point Marion at Maplctown. Goorgcs at German. South Union at North Union. SECTION 4 Standing- of the Clubs. W. Donora TM 5 Uniontown Monessen .. Charleroi California Brownsville -Monongahela ... Games Tuesday. Monongahela at Donora. Charleroi at JVIoncsscn. · Brownsville at California. " Foe Stops Floor Game. Fog swept into the New Kensington gymnasium through open windows and so obscured the floor that officials were forced to call off the New Kensington-Arnold basketball game. ' Patronize those who advertise. LEADING PIANO FIRM SACRIFICE SMALL- SIZE GRAND PIANO For very small balance. Responsible party may take over for terms low as $1 weeklj-. Piano Is almost new and fully guaranteed. After seeing It, tvo will tune and deliver It in your home. For appointment, ami 'Information, ivrltc-- F. A. NORTH PIANO CO., Inc. l,-,:f:t Chestnut SI. Pliillt. Charleroi Wijl Oppose Caseys at Stale Armory- Tonighf in Home Opener Ramsay Cops First Clash In Loop Play MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 24.-Ramsay High crashed through with its first win in section 9, W. P. I. A. L, Friday night at Jeannette, surprising the Jays with a steam roller offense that gained them a 45-34 verdict. The line-ups: Mount Pleasant G. , F. Pis. Murtha, f 1 . 0 2 Queer, f : 1 2 4 Gaudlnb, c . ,, 3 0 6 Rudhlck, g 6 4 16 Damic'o, g '-- 5 3 13 Lentz/ f''._: 2 6;"- 4 Totals, Jeannette Kelly, f Walters, f -Steiner, c _ Broker, g Cataldo, g -- Tragresser, t Davis, g 18 G. 45. Pis. 2 2 9 6 7 34 Totals 14 Scoring by quarters: Mount Pleasant -14 11 10 10--45 Jcanncttc 10 7 13 4--34 Local Rifle Club Bows to Greensburg The Connellsville Rifle Club lost its match with Greensburg Friday night at the local rifle range, 945 to 910. Tonight the locals travel to Scottdale for a return engagement. : The summary: Cornells vile P S K O-HTot. Marinch 48 44 39 35 164 Weisfjerbcr 47 46 43 38 174 Wrote 47 48 44 40 179 Porter 49 47 47 43 186 Hough 1.49 44 45 39 Moore Haggcrty Stcrbutze Cupp 177 _49 50 46 35 180 _49 44 33 34 160 188 169 ...43 46 44 49 ._49 45 40 35 Totals five high Grccnsburc P S B. Smith 48 50 Lamplcy 49 48 Cloffey 49 Brown Perquett _ F. Smith . Collctt Barnard Beers Brinklcy _. -50 _49 -.50 _50 _49 _49 -47 50 49 48 47 49 46 50 46 310 K O-HTol. 45 41 184 44 48 189 44 42 185 46 46 191 46 44 187 40 37 174 49 45 193 35 36 166 44 37 180 42 33 168 Totals flvo high 945 R a b Currie, F o r m e r Waynesburg College Star, Is Coming. LOCALS TOPPLE MONESSEN FIVE The Casey Club added another victory Sunday afternoon by tripping the Company D basketcers o£ Monessen to the tune of 41 to 35 at that place in a warmly contested fray that saw the locals never ahead by more than two or three baskets. Miskinis was high for the Caseys with Wargo setting the gait for the guardsmen. The Caseys will- open their home season tonight with the Charleroi Collins at State Armory. In the' previous meeting, the Charleroi five triumphed and the locals will be out for revenge. Rab curric, former Waynesburg College star, will play for the visitors. . Weslinghpuse Goes To Duquesne Tuesday The Westinghouse five will journey to Pittsburgh tomorrow night to play the Lithuanian Giants at the Duquesne Library floor. Players will meet at the -"V at 6:30 o'clock. Somcrsct Trips Bedford. Somerset completely outclassed Bedford to win a 32-8 decision. Bedford was scoreless in the first half. Somerset used over 20 players. in winniug. Stoycstown Five eBaten. . Stoyestown suffered a 22 to 12 setback at the hands of Garrett.: . A Three Days* Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cola,or bronchial Irritation, you can get relief now with. Creomulslon. Serious troubla may bo brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with any remedy less potent than Creomulslon, which goes right to the scat of the trouble and aids nature to sootho and heal the Inflamed mucous membranes and to loosen and expel tho germ-laden phlegm. Even if other remedies have failed, 'don't bo discouraged, try Creomulslon. Your druggist Is authorized to' refund your money if you arc not thoroughly satisfied with tho benefits' obtained from tho very flrstbottle.Crcomulslonla one word--not two, and It has no hyphen in It. Ask for it plainly, sco that the name on the bottle is Creomulslon, and you'll get the genuine product and thQ relief you want. (Adv.) 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