The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 26, 1938 · Page 9
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January 26, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVILLE, PA. PAGE NINE DUNBAR TIGHTENS GRIP ON FIRST PLACE Derry Borough Scores Win Over Township Five Sports Gleanings The usual mid-winter examination period has slowed down competition in the Eastern Basketball Conference to a walk, for only one contest is booked for next week Next Saturday night in the Pitt Stadium gymnasium, West Virginia's Mountaineers stack up against Pittsburgh, defending champion nnd judging by the easy win over Carnegie Tech in its first loop start, the team to beat this campaign After February makes its bow the battle rodl for championship laurels in the conference Mill wax hot and heavy. The first two weeks of Fi-bruary will see all of the member teams, save Pitt, playu g at least one game on the road Sol Michofl, Penn State's lean forward, seems headed for a new scoring rccoid in the Eastern Conference. Sol has collected 31 points in a brace of contests, which is considerably belter than Jack Gocke, West Virginia ace o£ two years ago, started off with when he established the loop record of H8 points in ten games Miehoff is a former Philadelphia scholastic star. Plan Collcsc Cage Meet. The first annual National intercol- legiate basketball championship tournament /will be held at Kansas City March J to 12 Max E. Hannum, Carnegie Tach coach, is a member of the board of managers in charge. Only teams with outstanding records, winners of strong conference races or sectional or state tournament winners may qualify. E a s t Huntingdon No Match for Bruce M. Shearer's Basketeers. MULES HAVE GOOD PENNANT CHANCE Dcrry Borough pulled a big upset in Section 10 to administer a 26 to 23 setback to the favored Derry Township quintet to enable Dunbar Towns-iip High to regain undisputed possession of first place as Leisenring came through with a decisive 46 to li triumph over East Huntingdon Township High at the Red and Black floor Tuesday night while Hurst went down to defeat before Youngwood, 24 to 10. It was the second "unexpected" Tcversal for Larry Sullivan's combination that bowed to the borough five in the Derry basketball classic as previously Hurst had come through with a triumph to shatter that club's unblemished record. Derry To-vnship followed it up by dishing out the first setback to Leisenring. \ Coach Bruce M. Shearer's quintet holds a full game advantage over Youngwood. Derry Township and Deny Borough, all tied for second with four wins in six starts as the second half gets under way. Lciscn- 'rlng takes on the railroaders on Friday night and plays the two other contenders at the Red and Black gym where it should have the edge, if there is any in playing at home. Dunbar's games away from home arc at Hurst, Ligonier and Alverton. East Huntingdon never had a chance against the Shcarerltcs -who cut loose with a vengeance after a weak start in the opening quarter. ~The summary: E. Hnntlnjcdon G. F. Pis. Popovec, 1 0 1 1 Pytlak, f 0 0 0 Petro, c 2 0 4 Ottenberg, g Thorn, g Percosky, g . Clausncr, f _ Totals Dunbar Hosenstecl, f Pavlosky, f _ Hasson, c Hcrtznell, c . Husband, g . iXontra, f -- Youriclc, 1 _ Szcpesi, c Herchko, g _ Bcnko, g G. 2 8 F. Pt». 2 4 11 _20 Totals Score by periods: East Huntingdon 1 2 3 2 -- 8 Dunbar 6 10 12 18--46 Referee--Barr. Meters, Watts, Amps Triumph at Ducks In West Penn Loop Bowing on the West Penn alleys Monday night, the Meters won three straights from the Volts while the Watts captured two out of three from the Cycles and the Amps scored the odd game from the Ohms in the West Penn Duckpm League. The scores: WATTS Fauth Moorman _ Condiff Kunklc Fitzgerald Bishop . Spear 88 12S 128 129 100 92 89 82 109 161 108 83 83 72 95 133 161 128 95 93 132 205 368 450 363 278 273 293 Totals . Witt Godfrey . Wamhoff Mongcll . Bertram Fair Decker -- 575 542 652 1769 CYCLES 122 167 118 407 108 148 132 388 142 118 113 373 191 114 148 453 122 97 125 344 78 105 86 269 53 66 100 219 Totals 685 652 C3B 1973 IMPS Kuhns Allen -Sly Graham Quinn 121 101 154 376 191 131 129 453 132 144 138 414 115 123 139 377 139 110 96 345 Stillwagon 74 120 102 290 Brooks 92 114 103 309 Hcavncr 85 83 __ 188 (Totals _ Sapanara Bcrcy -Hughes Monzclla . Adams -Baker -Lewis -Anderson , 698 634 663 1835 OHMS -- 128 160 144 432 _ 120 95 01 300 112 135 113 360 -- 129 130 124 383 -- 125 82 81 288 _ 145 91 75 311 __ 98 131 104 333 -- So 87 98 27D Totals Bair Davidson Silcox ._ E. Jones D. Jones Totals _ 638 660 581 1879 VOLTS -- 118 143 121 383 118 135 105 358 -L. 97 116 94 307 84 104 108 296 -- 89 170 168 377 Murray . Eisley _ Hild Potthoft Duttcr __ Dague _ Pierce -- 507 618 596 1721 METERS 155 191 133 479 113 116 149 378 112 110 111 333 116 116 127 359 I 117 10D 72 298 61 89 219 94 104 277 69 79 Totals 613 642 624 1879 $5.00 $6.00 Hats 31 Styled by Mallory and Fifth Avenue. All wanted styles, colors and sizes. $2.95 Hats J 7 9 is 5 29 DO Tie 39c arters 29c $2.50 An extra special Anniversary value. See these without fail. Quantity limited. Men's 39c Dress Sox The famous Moorhead dress sox In newest patterns. All sizes. Better buy plenty. 50c,75c, $1.00 Ties Handsome cut silk ties in newest patterns at a price that demands action. 50c Paris Garters Nationally advertised at 50c. Single or double grip. All wanted colors. 65c Suspenders " 59 A special lot of handsome suspcn- den featured at an exceptional price. $1.25 Work Jackets A limited quantity of work sweaters and jackets that sell regularly at $125. $3.95 Cord. Jackets Full cut, strongly made, very warm. Fine for outdoor men. Limited quantity. Lee" Work Gloves .. \ious ' Lw" gloves that sell regularly it 75c pair. Special nt $3.95-$5 Rain Coats Trench coat nif dels. Not all sizes Limited quantity. Better be early! "Lee" Overalls Regular $165 Lee Overalls and Jackets. Sizes 36 to 42. Very special at $3.95 Cord. Pants Corduroy p a n t s made by Lee, Bennett and others. Plain and fancy patterns. Shirts and Drawers Regularly 75c and 85c. Ribbed shirts and drawers in all sizes. Each Flannelette Shirts Regular $1.25 values. Limited quantity of warm flannelette shirts. Sizes 14 to 17. 59c 79c $1.00-$1.50 Scarfs 69c Handsome silk or wool scarfs in all the newest colors. Unusual values at $3.50 Work Shoes Built for foot comfort and long service. All sizes. An extra spfcial value. $7 High Top Shoes An all leather high top shoe featured, .vhile they last, at a very special price. Men's 19c Work Sox An everyday necessity at a price that saves you plenty. Better .stock up' Shirts and Shorts Regular 29c to 35c ft. j, values. Broadcloth ** T -shorts, cotton shirts. A, t \j Limited quantity. $3.50-$3.95 Pants Conservative styles and young men's modols. 22 inch bottoms New patterns. $1.29 Regular $1.65 grade. Union made in Conncllsville at he Bennett Pants Faetoiy. All sizes Regular $1.15 grade. Men's winter -weight garments. Sizes 36 to 46. DRESS Regularly $3.95 and $4.50 grades. Black and tans in all sizes and styles. tt mm SHIRTS The famous "Spaide" shirt that sells regularly at $1.00. Blue, gray, etc. Sizes 14 to 17'/». Si.39 A limited quantity of dress pants, sold regularly at $2 50 and $3.00. Not all sizes. Buy now at the most sensational reductions you've ever imagined! There have been other sales but none to compare with Snyder's 17th Anniversary. Entire stock included. Nothing reserved. Better act quickly! Choice of Entire Stock Nationally Advertised nt $39.50 ConnelJsville's Greatest "Arrow", "Lion Brand" and "Criterion" Customized Shirts. Reularly $1.69 to $2.00. The finest «.lilrts moncj cnn buy at an amazingly Ion price. Plain colors, sfrijM's «Ji*cta, not city jinf/crns. AH /nil cut. AH well tailored. AH \\itli non.-nllt collars. $1.95-82.50 Shirts«| Hie famous "T.inn" "Rmnd r The famous "Lion" Brand Shirts with genuine trubenizcd collais All sizes and wanted patterns. Men's Sweaters $1.69 Regular S2 50 wool Sweaters. Pull-over style. A large assortment. B.V.D.-Monhattan Shirts and Shorts 35s 3 for $1.00 Values to 50c. All sizes and patterns. Dress Sox Regular 29c grades. Silks and Itslcs in fancys and plain colors. All sizes. $1.65-$1.85 Pajamas Flannelette and broadcloth pajamas in a 1 1 wanted stylet AH Leather Jackets Entire stock of Monarch a n d other good makes /now reduced.! 1/4 off SI .00-$1.25 Shirts Whites, tans, blues and fancy pattei ns. Limited quantities. Coine early! _134 W. Crawford Ave.

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