The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 28, 1938 · Page 16
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January 28, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 16

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I-- PAGE SIXTEEN THE DAILY COTmiER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 193S. Basketball ORLD Basketball . Sportoriab By JOHN U. WHOBIC Sports Editor LOOKING OVER THE FIELD The news columns reveal that John. Swopc of 'Wheeler has become a "gan" pappy." Seems like just the other day .that Mrs Swopo wanted to pm our ears back because we "referred to her mister as "an old man. 1 John plans tq play bacscball regularly. He did Inst season nnd showed he still has plenty in the old soup bone _ Frank W. (Yank) Murphy writes "Your 'Twenty Years ot Basketball' has" bccrt very Interesting. It brought happy memories cJ the high school days back to me" Yank Is a former athlete and coach of Scottdalc High Thanks, Yank. Now I know two who read this column. " Sportsmen arc organizing .against the Cummlngs firearms bill Milch would require registration and licensing of all firearms, holding it would "defeat its own purpose" and be a grave blow to the Nation's hunters Board of stewards of Intercollegiate Rowing Association vetoed move to shorten the course of the Poughkccpsic regatta from lour to three miles, fixing the date lento- ti\cl} -tor June 27, claiming tho distance furnishes a better test of rowing and that a shorter distance would cause it to lose much of Its prestige. Maxic Bacr threatens to return to the fight game and hp's making a bis rumpus" about it becausq Mike Jacobs promised him a bout with the, winner of the Braddock-Forr fight. JBox- ing fans have seen too much of the Livermorc Lothario whose showmt ngainst Joe Louis left an odor that hasn't cleared entirely The "bookies" arc going to be in for plenty of headaches «is they pic- . pare to make their winter book on the Kentucky Derby. Although tin blue-grass classic entry list docsn'' close until February 15 (the race Is held May 7 developments indicate it should be a wide open race and one that might cause considerable ·woe Heretofore the bookmakers have had an outstanding favorite on which to concentrate. Today there is no standout entry. Jimmy Winfoid, formerly of Scottdale, pitcher transferred to thi Houston Buffs of the Texas League -by the St. Louis Cardinals, may retire from the game instead of ro- ,, porting to the Hcdbird farm this spring "It all depends on my health nnd the alight matter of salary," hi says "Also I am figuring on going into the restaurant business with a friend of mine in Meeker. If it looks like a better proposition than Texas League salary I'll stay with It" Our guess, however, is tha r Winford will go to Texas, "rcgusted 1 as he might be. Elmer Daily of Ebcnsburg and ~ Russell Hockenbury of Scottdale president and secretary-treasurer respectively, of the Middle Atlanta ' nnd Penn State leagues, are trying to enlist entries for the latter clrcul and have been to Washington, Pa formrely enrolled Hockenbury rounded up Mayor Bud Rowland anc several councilmen who warmed up to the idea Both Daily and Hock enbury, who have done yeoman service for minor league baseball in nearly n score of years, have repeatedly tried to intciest Connclls- ·ville SOUTHWEST WILL BE TOPS NEXT SEASON NJew Football Rule to Enhance Forward Passing Attack GREAT PITCHERS_ ARE DEVELOPED By GEORGE KIRKSEY United Press Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, Jan 28--Gather around football fans and gridiron soothsayers for one last parting shot before packing away the pigskin sport in old lace and lavender until next September . Toko this tip- The Southwest Conference teams will be the hottest thing in the land next fall Those a'r- mindcd Texas elevens will lay down the heaviest and deadliest aerial barrage in football history, and the 1938 schedules will give them a chance to put on their fireworks from coast to coast. The passing came of the Southwestern teams--S. M. U., Texas, Rice, T C U , Texas A M., Baylor and Arkansas--has been tough enough for outside teams to stop in the past but the National football rules committee gave the boys from the cotton and cow territory on extra axe to swing when they altered the forward pass rule * The new rule permits the passing team to have four forwards inconv plcte in the end zone In 1838, whereas only one was allowed in 1937 without the loss of tho ball. Under this change the aerial game of the Southwestern teams will be 'ust as deadly inside thj opponent's 20-y.ird line as it Is In midflcld. Under the 1937 code the defensive team xoroly had to worry about passes in Taring territory after one pass was incomplete In the end zone. The defense could be set to stop a running attack ps scarcely ever did a quarterback want to risk loss ot the ball on second or third down with an incomplete pass In tha end zone. All that 1$ changed now. The offensive team can flre away with four straight passes into the end zone and not lose the ball until the regulation numbci of downs have been used up. Even If the rules committee hacin'l made this change in the forward pass rule, tha Southwest Conference teams would have been hot as a firecracker anyway. Most of them junior and sophomore teams last year, and they are all coming up to 1838 equipped with the greatest collection of passers any one conference ever boosted. BITS HERE AND THERE Chuck Welsh of the Somerset i Daily American rakes Coach Hubicsak of Bedford High for his alleged -indecent remmks to his own sqund and goes on to say "that Somerset is better off without having opponents of that type. 'Never before In , all our experience with scholastic "athletics have we heard such a. stream of profanity and invectives directed at players, from the rowd- -icst sideline spectators as Coach - Hubicsak used in directing his _t*am." is one of Chuck's mild para" graphs of a chastising that ran two- Continued on Page Seventeen GERMAN TO FIGHT JOHN HENRY UWIS ON MONDAY NIIGHT Special to Tho Courln. PITTSBURGH, Jan. 23 --Emll Scholz, German heavyweight who fights John Henry Lewis in the mam even here at Motor Square Garden, next Monday night, arrived in Pittsburgh direct from Boston, accompanied by his manager, Johnny Buckley and by Lou Broulllnrd, former welterweight and middleweight champion ot the world Scholz chased Max SchmelUng all around Germany, trying ot get match with the former champion. He then derided to take Buckleys offer and come to America, figuring tha he might be able to force hlmsel: Into the heavyweight picture by licking the outstanding American big fellows In meeting John Henry Lewis Scholz is taking on a fighter who Is about the toughest opponent any man could ask for He is so tough that Joe Louis, SchmelUng, Boer or any of the rest of that crew don't care for any of his game. The Ranee and a Wrestler Although th» Ranee of Sarawak, -ntfe of the only white Rajah in tho world, seemed upsot when Princess Eaba, her daughter, married Bob Gregory, European mlddlewciKht wresUinfr king, all ib now welt, to judge, irom this picture, taken in New York. It was snappnd when Bob and _his bride disembarked irom tio iimahnttm mad were.met .by the Ranee, NEARS MILLION By Jack Sords COmiCHT.Itlt, «** KATVAI1 JYNMCATt."~- The movie grind Is becoming so tough for her that Sonja Hcnle, rated ty her handlers as the most superbly trained girl athlete in history, is thinking of tosiing the flicker career nnd a two-year Income of $400,000 Into the ash can. The Norwegian swan of the ice Preliminary Game Ends in Tie; Cokers, However, Had Won II To the hundreds of spectators who watched the Cokcr Jayvecs battle the Scottdule Reserves Tuesday c\t- nlng in a thrill-packed preliminary to the Conncllsvillc-Scottdalc Section 0 clash, it v, as apparent that the game ended in a 31-34 deadlock, after two extra periods had been played. However, after a careful scanning of the rule book, it was indicated that the local Jayvees had won the gamo in the first extra period. Here's the way It happened: At the end of regulation playing time, the teams were tied at 28-28 An extra period was ordered played and during that time the locals scored three points while the Millers got two It was diimcd that in order to win one team must be ahead by two points and Insisted another extra period should be played. Rather than delay the gamo unnecessarily, the second period was plaed which resulted in * 34-34 \ erdict. A check on the rule shows that If at the end of the first extra period 8 team is leading by one point, that club is the winner However, If the teams ire tied another period is to be plnjcd and the team scoring the first two points be Immediately declared tho victor. Only two overtime periods are permitted and if tho necessary two points have not been made, then the gome remains a tie The line-ups G F Pts __ 2 1 5 0 3 Cokey TayveM Mansbcrgcr, f _ Willard, f Soisson, c McCoy, g Dennis, g McMullen, f Campbell, f Landymorc, g _ Sharp, g _ ,, Jones, g _ -- Totils 12 10 3-1 Non-sconng substitutes -- Logan, Le\us Reed and Pcrrus whose secret is almost limitless stamina hoi requested tho movie company to rip her contract unless directors permit her standardized working hours instead ot a strain that last deep Into the night. To the directors plea that she was now "an actress," the former Olympic ace uld: Don't kid me I'm still a skater.' And to prove It, the petite miss Is making a tour with overflow crowds turning out night after night to see her aensatonal skating. Allie Luczak Paces Scorers In Section 9 Allie Luczak, Connellsville High's basketball nee, is leading the field ol individual scorers in Section 9, a check showed today. The Orange and Black star has chalked up 38 field goils and 36 fouls for a total of 112 points Holding down second place U Tancsc of Johnstown 1 with 80 and then comes Slough of Norwin and Zyvith of Greensburg. A\ erasing 16 points per game, Luczak Ins \ irtually out-distance the field and probably the entire roster of 22 sections of the W. P I A. L which tonight starts its second half The top 25 high scoring individuals in Section 9 follow: G. Luczak, Conncllsvill* 38 Tanase, Johnstown 34 Slough, Norwin _ - 31 Zyvith, Grecnsburg 26 Masscna, Latrobe 22 Johnson, Greensburg 23 Rldl, Norwin , 22 Stcflen, Grccnburjc __ 21 Rudnlk, Mt Pleasant 18 Graft, Scottdale 10 Rowe, Greensburg 21 Jordan, Johnstown 19 Coles, Norwin ,, 20 Darby, Norwin - 10 Showman, Connellsvllle - 14" Ellsworth Johnstown 15 Murtha, Mt Pleasant _ 13 Damlnco, Mt Pleasant -- 12 Shannon, Johnstown 0 Marakos, Connellsvllle 13 Walters, Jcannetto 11 Byblc, Scottdalc 8 Stcincr, Jcannette 11 Queer, Ml Pleasant 8 Hough, Litrobe _ II F.PU. 36 112 12 80 S 11 17 13 11 10 13 10 5 7 4 10 8 6 9 6 10 2 S 11 4 10 4 In Dad's Steps Scottdalc Kcscrx cs Dawson, f J. Randolph f Provancc, c D Randolph, g Lockaid, g i. _ Horton f _ Lowstetter, f Toctals Referee--Brown G 0 0 9 1 1 13 MEYERSDALE HIGH BOWS TO SOMERSET Special to rhc Courier MEYURbDALU, Jan 28--Somei- bct High scored a 47 to 21 victory i over Meycrsdale here to chalk up the most decisive win in the history i of basketball competition between the two schools It was the first I time Somerset has won n game here j since 1032. In the preliminary, Somerset Jayvecs took a 43 to 13 count. Shade Township won over Berlin, 35 to 26, while Garrctt upset Rockwood Junior Varsity. 24-22 Somerset Township of Fncdens came through with a 46-10 count over Shanksvilla. Ralph (Buddy) Guldsbl, Jr., 8-ye»r- ild son of the National Open golf jhamplon, has already started on the road to golf championship him- icK He has his own clubs, and while his drives are ihort, be patt* with ea «agle eye. (Central Prtti), Use our Classified Advertisements W. P. I. A. League Summaries SECTION' D Games Tonleht. Jeanncttc at Conncltsvillc Mount Pleasant at Grccnsburg Norwin at Scottdale Johnstown at Latrobc. SECTION 10 Giunes Tonleht. Derry Twp at Ligonier East Huntingdon at Derry Youngwood at DUIIM- SFCTION 18 Games Toniclit. Rostraver at Pcrrj Fayctte City at Belle Vernon Sewicklcy t South Huntingdon. SECTION' U Games Tonight. Georges at Maplctown South Union at German I SECTION 4 Games Tonleht. Unlontown at Moncsscn i Donora at Charlcroi ' Brownsville at Monongahcla Scottdalc Junior Varsity Is Victim Of Paramount Five The Paramount Juniors chalkud up another one on the right side of the book and made it their 18th victory m 20 btarts at the expense of the Scottdale High School Junior Varsity at the State Armory on Wednesday the final score being 26-21. The locals were slow In starting and were on tho short end of a 18-1J score going into the final period bu unleashed an orgy of baskets In the flml frame that netted H tallies ant put the game away. Kline and Furtncy shared scoring honors for the theatre lads eacl having nine markers while Lockarc was In the limelight for the Mil Town outfit with a similar numbe of points The Paramount team will journey to Lcisenring this evening to mee the Dunbar Township Junior Vaislty in a preliminary to a Section II game The line-ups Paramount Jrs G P Pts Wagner, f Tones, f Furtncy, c Kline, K Robinson g Conway, f Totils _ . _ n Non-scoiins substitutes -- Lopes Hoocr ShecU, Stone fecottdilc Jrc JIoiton f Dnwson, f Province, c J Randolph g D Randolph, g Korr, f Lockard, f _ . G. ,_ 3 ._ 0 1 0 o 0 4 r. pts o o 2 1 0 1 1 TONIGHT Locals Hope to Make Better Showing During .Last Half in Section 9 DeMarco Passers Annex Two Games The DeMarco five of Dunbar, play- ng on the Furnace Town WPA Recreation Center, defeated the Hot Shots and the Hi-De-Ho baskctccrs y scores of 48-22 and 32-21 respectively. The Hot Shots lost a second game, 41-40, to the Dunbar Juniors Tho line-ups' DoMarcos ,1221, f Parker, f Dunaway J. DeMarco, g -DeMarco, g -H McDowell, g . G. . 4 . 5 . 5 . 2 . 4 . J F. Pis 2 10 2 12 3 13 Totals Hot Shot* Gebadnlo, f II. Gmiter, I . I. Gmiter, c -. Maloy, g Bill, S Minerd, e -Rabbit, t -- e e o 2 4 2 2 22 Score by quaiters: DeMarcos 8 14 14 14--49 Hot Shot* __ _ 0 4 8 10--22 Referee--Jarvii. -21 G. , S . 3 . 0 . 1 . 2 . 1 . J. 0 4 0 8 0 2 7 49 F. Pte. Totals _- .11 ni-Dc-iio R. McDowell, f ,, L. Harvoy, f C, Harvey, c __ Gent, g Hamilton, Totals DeMarooi M. DeMarco, t Parker, f J DeMarco, a . Monzola, g -Moyer, g -Lizza, t Dunaway, g -R. McDowell, * . G. . 1 . 0 . 4 . 4 0 F. Pts 0 2 3 3 O. F. 2 3 _ S _ 0 , 0 . S . 2 . 1 -14 8 8 0 21 Pis. 5 7 6 0 0 8 e 2 32 Totals Score by qunrten: DeMnrcos . 8 10 11 S--32 Hi-Dc-Ho 2 10 « 4--21 Referee--Jarus Umpire--Soldnno. Dunbar Jrs. McDowell, I Dunaway, f -Gent, c . i Jarvls, e Nygren, g Lizza, 1 Yutzy, G. F. Pts . 3 I 7 1 3 0 0 0 Aldrldge, g . 0 Dougherty, e 1 Ross!, f Totals .. Hot Shots Gebadnlo, ,f Gmiter, f -. DcMarco, c Maloy, K -- Mincrd, g _ Marncll, g _ -IB G. . 8 . 4 . 7 - 1 . 0 . 2 II 12 3 2 e 0 0 0 0 3 41 F. ru. 0 16 0 Totals ,, 22 Score by quarters Dunbar Juniors 8 11 10 12--14 Hot Shots 8 12 * 21--45 Referee--Solduno. Youngwood Five Goes to Leisenring No. 1 Gym In Section 10. NORWIN PLAYS AT SCOTTDALE Connellsville High dribblers will open the last half of their W. P. L A. L schedule tonight by playing host to the Joannette quintet in Section 9 as the clan ol Bill Doldc strives to improve the showing made during the first round of competition. The Orange and Black won but three out of seven in the opening round, losing to Grcensburg, unbeaten to date, Johnstown, Norwin and Latrobc. Three were expected but Latrobo stopped AUie Luczak and whipped the Cokers. Tho locals hope to got off to a good start at toe expense of Jconnctte and then improve their standing. Scottdale will also be at ho-ne, meetinfi a strong Norwin club, tied with the Flood City lor runner-up position, while Mount Pleasant invades Grecnsburg and Johnstown goes to Latrobc. The Jawns ua\e had thrco narrow escapes at Connellsville, Scottdalc and Mount Pleasant but managed to get In under tho wire, and Latrobc probably will be out'to avenge the trouncing received at Johnstown. At the same time Dunbar Township, pace setter in Section 10, will make another stand at tho Leisenring No. 1 gymnasium, playing host to Youngwood, one of thiee clubs tied for second place. The Red and Black upset the railroaders in the season's opener and will be determined to annex both ends of the scries. Other games find Derry Township at Llgonler and East Huntingdon at Derry. Undefeated Bostraver Township Invades Perryopolis in Section 18 and J. Rist Stlmmel's boys will be out to make It hot for the group leaders, sporting a two-game lead and a sure bet to win. Presidents Play Frostburg Tonight, Navy on Saturday WASHINGTON, Pa, Jon. 28 -Having successfully conquered their mid-year examinations, W. J.'s basketball Presidents were enroute to Frostburg, Md, where they will meet the Frostburg State Teachers College passers tonight in the first tilt of their two-game road jaun. Saturday evening the proxies move to Annapolis whcro they will clash with the crack quintet of the Naval Academy. Stccle to Fight February 8. \ Middleweight Champion Freddie Steele and Bob Turner of Richmond, Va, will meet in a 10-round bout in Rochester, N. Y , on February 8. It will be Stecle'a first fight since he was knocked out by Fred Apostoli on January 7. Meet West New ton Saturdo. Members of the Westinghousc floor club will meet at 6 30 o'clock Saturday evening at the "Y" to go to West Newton for a basketball tilt scheduled for 8 30 o'clock. What They're Bowling For Totals _ Non-scoring Gilbert CIO-A Scoic bv qn n u Paramount Jii Scottdale Jis Referee -- Hyatt. Umpire -- Robinson 8 5 21 substitutes -- Lipps, .1 I 14--20 10 3--21! Checks, footgear and mineralite balls--all but the cirls are prizes In the $34,000 Red Crown Bowline Sweepstakes in which 232 - boG tcnpln fans are eompeltaR--a world's record number of nartici- P 22" , r y? ' ( P° rta event. At Chicago headquarters of the nation- aWlS.^'t£ 0 5!SiSE WleJr ^ ="*i«« Naomi Andersoa

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