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i'AGli! TLN. Basketball THE DAILY COURIER, CUr.NlijULSVll.LJi, PA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11, 1939. THE SPORTING WORLD Basketball COKER SWIMMERS BEAT DUQUESNE HIGH S P O R T O R I A L S \J By JOHN H WHOHIC, Sports Editor +tj SJOVB LEAGUE SPARKS WHAT'S GOING ON IN HIGH George Knksey, United Piess staff SCHOOL CIRCLES coriespondcnt, submits these sparks Harold Sirilh, formei Windbei fiom the hot stove league I High cage ace has been one of the Jjmmy Wilson, ex-manager ol the outstanding stars this season or the Phillies, who signed with Cincinnati i Concord State Lions of West V ir- as a coach, has told Bill McKechnie hell divide the catching :ob with Ernie Lombaidi . Although Wilson is 38 quite a lew critics believe hes liable to make good in nis boast Last yeai \Mth the Phillies Getry Nugent insisted that Wilson manage the club from the bench Johnny Vander Men of no-hit no-run lame has fully recoveied fiom his ton- silertomy and now weighs 197 Under the Tommy Holmes system of jating pitchers Vande" Meer was the National League No 1 hurlci last season Page 45 of Bill Brandts green book of mfoimation on the National League leally gives that cucuit a Mack eye . Al Simmons leads the plajers who ha\e made 1,000 01 moie hits with 2,773 and the players who have driven in over 500 runs with 1 654 . Tonv Lazzen leads the basestealers with 147 in 13 years Pepper Martn is second with 132 and then come Hemie Manush with 114 and Carl Reynolds with 107 Mel Ott leads the home lun hitters with 342 in 13 seasons but Simmons is second with 29B in 15 years Paul (Dizzy) Trout who aspires to bo the Dizzy Dean o£ the Ameilcan League, is being counted on to become a icgulai on the Tigers' pitching stafl He won 22 and lost six for Beiumonl and was picked as the most valuable playci in the Texas League last season The Boston Bees, have some lookies with coloiful nicknames coming up --Polo Andievvs Hiker Moian, Pietzels Pozzullo and Citionella Rovvell Mace Blown, Pilules' ichef ace, has pitched in 101 games in two jears ana nevei hurled a complete game . . . Fred Hutchmson, the Tigers' high-priced rookie fiom Seattle, is likely to go back to the minors for anothei year's seasoning . . . Harry (Dixie) Walker, Phillies recruit outfielder from Montgomery, is a brother of Dixie Walker of the Tigers and son of Dixie Walkei, old time major league pitchei . Joe Orengo, Saciamento rookie who is slated to play shoitstop foi the Caidmals, pilots a cable car up the hills o£ San Francisco during the off- season gmia Hal, who plays a f o i w a i d is six feet Is Ned Cullei o£ Mount Plensant the successoi to Buzz Wcs- becher as Gieensburg gud pilot 0 He and ^Uidy Evancho of Hurst ha\ e been mentioned for some time WE predicted exclusively in Novembei that Bu?z was getting out ol ihe football business He has done a fine piece of woik for the Westmoreland cotmtyscat as coach and will continue his great efforts in the capacity of athletic diioctoi Buzi was gnduated from W . J and coached there a yeat He coached at Gieens- burg then went into the Amy and on returning took ovei i lob at Youngwood returning to Greensburg in 19 52 Won't be long that i a - ette County Coaches Association will beg n planning foi the annual basket- bull tournament Wash ngton s football schedule for 1930 was given approval of the school boaid The card follows Sept 8 Cainegie, Sept 15 Canonsbuig, Sept 22 Connellsville Sept 29, Brentwood, Oct 6 Wilkmsburg Oct 13, at Uniontown, Oct 20 at New Castle, Oct 27, Mt Lebanon Nov 3, open, and Nov 11 ChaJeioi Point system of latmg football opponents in the Pennsylvania Interscho'astic Athletic Association is to get a gomg- ov ei by a special committee in Harrisburg today A change in the present method 01 adoption of a new system has been suggested The j State s board of control meets Mon- 1 day Ohiopjle High dribblers lost i a 31-13 coun i to Uniontovvn Sagles Umontown came through with a last-quarter assault to defeat Gco-ges Townsr ip 37 to 23 in an infantile paralysis benef t North Uivon got back into the thicic of the Favetle- Greene League pennant race by spilling Mapletown 34 to 22 BITS HERE AND THERE A legulat n bowling alley is 18 times as long as it is wide . Joe Louis would piefei Max Baer as his next victim He wouldn't even have to hit him ' Santa Anita, in case you don t know, is where you rum your pocketbook to improve the breed of horses ' says Hemy McLemore United Press commmst . . Jack Dempsey insists that Two Tony Galento is vastly ovenated . If Joe DiMaggio plays in the first game next spring for the Yankees it vv ill be the first time since he came up in 1936 Bad feet, tonsils and money have been thice troubles for him . Don Budge, Fred Peiry and Ellsworth Vines will tout England Roy Hawley is trying to dig up anothei football game for West Virginia U next fall Why do the mileis 01 other distance runneis get into a ciouch like a century sprihget when the first part ot their gate is just a fast walk' . Fiank Korch, ace Collycr's Eye spoits sciibe, opines that Bilsy Giant won t be on the U S Davis Cup team next year Youngs- teis aie to get preference ' Americans aie the greatest spoits loving people in the world," ouserved Alfied G Vandeibilt, piesident of the Maryland Jockey Club Al Williams of the Athletics pitched in 30 games last season but didn't have a single victory Coach Bob Zuppke of Illinois, who has seen a few play- 01 s in his time, rates Steve Sitko ol Notie Dame as the best quarterback in the countiy . In the fust 14 years as head basketball coach at Duquesne Charles R "Chick" Daxis has seen his teams win 208 and lose 71 foi a percentage of 745 His best years vveie in 1933 and 1935 when his clubs copped 52 and dropped four Chick is now in his 15th year with the Hilleis Hariy Hillman is in his 30th season as tiack and field coach at Daitmouth College Cobb Lewib and Joe Tofil Indiam bophomore football stars, have had knee operations which if successful will render them ht for duty again Because the milder climate in the West appeals to him as he grows a little older is believed to have caused Pop Warner to quit at Temple . . Hairy Vardon was the fi-iest golf stylist Fred McLeod ever saw. T h e P G A senior champion rates Macetonalc 1 Smith second and Robeit Tyre Jones th"nd By going to bat 658 times last season, Roger Craner, Bedsox outfielder, led the American League m that department for the fouith time Dom Timmeimar, Wisconsin reserve cento is the tallest ever to play in the Western Con- feience He stands six feet nine and a half inches tall Struck bv \\ilomobsle SOMERSET, Feb 13 -- Mien Wills 72, was taken to the hospital siflei- mg from a ftac-ture of the left leg and other injuries after he was struck by an automobile said bv State Motor Police to have been driven by Roy M Englc o£ Berlin, R D 2, foui miles east of heie. A NEW PITT SETTING A paiody on the Umversty of Pittsbuigh football situation in 1940 was prepared by Dr H Albert Mc- Muiray of Greensbuig Westmoreland county coioner, and read before the Westmoreland Pitt Club at its annual banquet the other night at Latrobe Countiy Club The tall story read by Attomej Jaires Gregg of Greensbuig, leveals what some of the Pitt alumni think of the new athletic setup at the univeisty The coioner's paiody follows' ' It was a crisp sunny autumn afternoon in the year 1946 The sky was blue tufted here and there with cottony clouds which moved fast befote the sh up-edged wind I sat in my box in Pitt Stadium and felt my heait beat wildly as I contemplated the thulling scene down there on the gieeti turf of the Stadium, where two football teams composed o£ fine, laughing happy boys were playing for the sheer fun of it The University of Pittsburgh was meeting the University of Iowa for the ehamponship of ihe Western Conference H e r e was clean wholesome spoit at its best Here were boys playing happily, shouting with JOA convulsed with laughter, calling encouragement to the r opponents The hearts of these boys were singing in unison And this was good "In the stands, at least-eight him- died cultured, refined, well-groomed ladies and gentlemen watched with keen Interest the unfolding of the football diami They, too were happy What matter if Iowa weie leading 76 to 0' Scoies have no meaning m this new kind of football --the sportsmanship ib the thing' The spectators seemed to enjoy themselves thoroughly, but in a dignified, restiamed manner Theie was no vulgai, organized cheeiing, no excited enes of approbatior, no disconcerting gioans of disappointment, no coarse manipulations of the vocal choxds to pioduco that disgusting sound which used to be known as the 'lazzbeuy' ·"I was pleased that the spectators seemed to be less inteiested in the game itself than in the oppoitunity foi stimulating intellectual companionships Here and there, little groups discussed such subjects O s ait, poetry and aesthetics Close by a party of eight or nine distinguished- looking persons excitedly debated the merits of the Chinese vase (pro- nouned vavvzz) "The announcer foi the loud- speakei system told us that the Um- veisity of Pittsburgh was about to make a substitution--the first of the game for Pittsburgh He said Ladies and gentlemen, Di John Bair Sutherland, advisei to the Pitt team, has only one substitute this year, and this fine young man is now going into the contest May I present Mi Pe eival Blandish Plushbottom the thud descendant of Loid Hauy Plushbottom, who was a lady-m-vv aitmg on the Mayflowei Ml Plushbottom will play at right end, opposing Mr J Eustance Corn- tassle the fifth of Iowa who is also a Phi Beta Kappa The applause was heaitening ' Soon the game v\ as o\ er--the scoie does not muter--and I went down o-i the leld to felicitate Di Sutherland "What a distinguished appearance the good doctor made, attired m giay stuped tiooseis exqu site- ly-tailored morning coat and silk Greensburg Remains In Section 9 Pennant Race, Topples Cokers Game at Latrobe Gym Next Friday Ends Loop Card on Road NELSON PACES WINNING FIVE ConnellsMlle was sw imped by Gieensburg High quintet Friday night at the Westmoreland county- seat losing its 10th consecutive game in Section 9 by a 46-19 score as the winners remained ir the tit'e lace The Cokers trailed by thiee pom's at the end of the first quarter and the home club got h o t ' to biuld up a 23-6 advantage at the intermission The Orange and Black missed many attempts fiom the field, cagmg otfy six Of these Soissori and Lew is got two each while McMullen and Glass accounted for the other two Nelson paced the Greensbuig attack with 12 points and in the second quartei started the lally Jiat put the Cokers to rout is he tallied five field goals ir rapid succession The Orange and Black five is idle next Tuesday but on Fuday completes its away-from-home schedule with a contest at Latrobe The line-ups Coimellsv ille Furtney, f McMullen, 1 _ . Soisson, c -- Lewis g Glass g W Jones f _ . Totals Greensburg Zahch, f . Nelson, f Johns, c . J Demoise, g F DeTioise g _ Clemens, f Sleffen f 0 1 2 ,. 2 . 1 6 G 1 6 3 1 2 - 3 1 18 Pts 0 4 5 4 4 2 19 Pis 2 12 7 2 6 6 6 Totals Scoring by quaiters Connelisville 3 1 Gieensburg 6 17 Referee--Hazin 8 46 S 7--19 8 15--43 Local Court Stars Tuesday At Uniontown A basketball triple-header tnat will feature local talent has been carded foi Tuesday night in Lafiy- ette Junion High gym at "Uniontovvn In a majoi benefit The 7 o clock game brings logcthei the Baptist and St George Chuie'i quintets and an hour later the Shamrocks of Connehsv ille take on the powerful Coldenson Vanities of Pittsburgh The 9 o clock attnction brings together the Kaufman five of Uniontown and Pitt All Stars The Kaufman quintet includes Eddie Spotovich and Art Ruff ot Connellsville and Radv ansky of Smithfield, formei Pitt pllayers, Jot Slammko ot Alverton, formerJj of Carregie Tech, Eveihart of Union- tovvn fonnp !y of Waynesbuig and Kissella ot Uniontown formclly of St Vincent Uh the Panthei Stars will be Marshall Goldbeig Bill Daddio Chiekcineo, Michelosen, Le^ou- ski, Hensley and Markovski Leads Comets BILL KALLERY Captain of the Duquesne Comets who piaj it State Armory Monday night, opposing the CT=CJ Club has been the big gun of the Duke floo combination practically in eveiy game this veat CHURCH DARTBALL LEAGUE NOTES I h e stmdmg of the teams m the City Chuich Dartball League Andiew . Phillips H 3 Baptists Evangelicals Fust M E Cnristians _ Trinity Lutherans ~- Gicenwood M E Presbj tenans United Brethren German Luther-ins Methodist Protestant _ 10 4 5 4 ·=, 7 7 6 5 *, 8 13 667 G67 667 583 533 533 500 444 444 333 133 The schedule for next week Mondav--Bap'ist at Evangelicals, (postponed) Chnsti ms at Presby- i ten ins Trinity Lutherans vs United j Brethren (postponed) G e r m a n Luthenns it Methodist Protestants Tue»da--Andrew Philips vs Fi-st M E , Greenwood at United Brethren CITY WPA RECREATION CENTER HORSESHOE LEAGUE Standing of the Clubs West S de Soi h Side Noith End East Paik W 11 7 3 3 L 1 5 9 Pet 916 583 250 250 The schedule next week Monday--North End vs South Side Friday--East Park vs West Side hat He was beaming with pleasuie as he tw-rled his cane " My dear Doctor, I said, 'It was magnificent 1 'What was 1 he inquired " Why, sir, the spectacle your team presented in its new unifoims of pink satin, trimmed with needlepoint Positively charming 1 ' " 'Oh that, Di Sutheiland said in his modest way f embroideied the nedc-pieces mjself I am glad you like them Now aboat the game-- 1 said hesitatmglj " Oh, don't mention the game,' the Doctor said smiling 'That is of no importance I just hope the bovs had a good time 1 "Twilight was coming fast Ihe fiist stai of evening alone shone bnghtly in the. daikenmg sky, iflane now m tne west with the fires of svmset Ah God f thought The vvoild cries oat \ulh ecstatic thiobbmg bcautj The h c t \ y I Bailee of ivy eloyed my nostuls Fiom far off came Jie cheerful tvsirp of a spar- iov. calling for its mate Tus was as it should be " DUNBAR TOO STRONG FOk PERRY FIVE Win Easily to Keep After Hornets Who Spill Fayette City ROSTRAVER IS ALSO VICTOR Fourth Dual Meet Win inst Strong Water Outfit Very Decisive W. P. I. A. L CAGE SUMMARIES Dunbai Township Hig i turned on the heat on its teen neighboi nval, Perry Township Commodoies, at the latter s f oor Fndiv night to take a 45-14 decision to k^ep on the trail of West Newton s basketeei s who ai e setting tne pace in Section 17 W P I A L, the Hornets holding on to first place with a 4*5 to 25 triumph at the expense of Fayette City while Rostraver Township hit its winning stride to spill Sewickley Township, 42-36, and South Huntingdon measured Beile Vemon 42 to 18 Coach Bruce M Searer s boys were held in check by J Rist Stimmel's aggreg"uion, the first period ending in a deadlock 6-6 Then the pressure was turned on and while the Commodores vveie being whitewashed Leiserring cnalked up 10 points The barrage was continued through the next two periods as the Red and i Black piled up a bigger margin. Tl e summary Dunbar Herchko, f Pavlosky f Heitznell, c SECTION FOUR Yesterday s Result Donora 37, Cal fo'-ma 32 Thursday's Result Chatleroi 34 Brownsville 33 btandmg of the Clubs Chaileroi Monessen Brownsville -,, Donoia Monongahela California W 8 6 _ 4 3 2 0 L 0 1 4 5 5 Pel 1 000 8o7 500 375 288 000 Games Tuesday Charleroi at "VIonongahela Californii at Monessen SECTION NINE Yesterday's Results Latiobe 23 Jeannette 20 Gieensburg 46, Connellsville 19 Johnstown 32, Scu tdale 31 Center Water Team Defeated By Greensburg Connellsville Recreation Cenlei svvurming team lost to the Gieens- burg Y" Thuisday evening at that place by ttie elose scoi e of 34-27 Johnny Alcantimo was high scoret for the locals getting eight points,, hnishing fust in ihe 220 free style and second in the 40 fiee Terry Shaw captured ne other hist place foi eentei in the 40 free Vic Peterson and Bob Bamage took second places in then lespeetive events Appealing for the first time foi the locals weie Bob Ramage, Bob Ciaig, Ray Gulp ard Clark Potter Coach Walter Miskmis was pleased with the perfoimance of these boys lA their debut The summaues 100-yard free style--Won by R Kessler Gieensburg second, Stoner, Greensburg, third, Trovitt, Center Time 1 05 40-yaid back stroke--Won oy Johnson Greensbuig, second, Ramage, Centei thud, Potter, Center Time 26 6 160-yaid free style iclay--Won by Greensburg second, Center Tme 1 295 100-yaid bieast stroke--Won by J. Kenduck Greensbuig second, Peterson Center, thud, J Kesslei Gieens- buig Time 1 19 40-yard flee style--Won by Shaw Centei, second., Alesantrno, Center, third, Miro'li Gieensbuig Time 21 6 220-yard Jiee style--Won bj AJe- smtano" Center, second, Stiener, Gieensbjig, tliiid J Hendrick, Greensbuig Time 3 01 2 120-yard medley iela--Won by Greensbuig, second, Center Time I 192 Holsinger Goes to Lansing Jospph Holsm^ei basketball and assistant lootball coach at Dajton I O , accepted a pos tion as assistant grid eoaci at Michigin State College Holsmger plajed under State's head coach, Choi he Bachman, at Kansas State and assisted him for five years at the University of Florida Husband g -Kontra g Goodman, f Fepesi f Gmiter, c Uhazic g Romanko, g Totals Perryopolis Buttermo e f Frency f Statzula c Rumancik g Mai shall g _ Wilkie, f _ Totals Score by periods Dunbir Township Perry Township Referee--Dickson G 1 2 5 2 .1 J 1 - - - 2 17 G 2 2 i 1 0 1 6 10 6 0 Pts 3 7 12 5 4 11 15 F Pts 0 4 0 4 'S 14--45 5 2--14 Conn Outpoints Fred Apostoli In Return Bout By United Pi ess NEW YORK Feb 11 --Yoanj Bil- Ij Conii of Pittsburgh outpointed Tred Apostol in a 15-round light at MadisoT Squaie Gaiden Friday night and broke the jinx that nobody evei licks the formei San Francisco bell- boj a second time Conn, who defeated Aposloh in a 10-ioundei here on Jartuaiv 6 pounded down the homestretch and won by a very slight margin over the man who is recognized as middleweight chanpioi in New York state A crowd of 18,988 which paid $^9,42437 give the 21-vear-old lush- man a thunderous ovation when his arm was laised in victory He was the ft'st of the five mer to fight a return match with Fieddie who defeated him Conn won the unanimous decision of Referee Fiank Fullum and Judges George Le Cron and Joe Lynch but the outcome, to the rmgsidets, seemed m doubt until the last two lounds Then Billy who got off the flooi after a count of two in the sixth lound worked overt me with his long left jab and stabbed Apostoli groggy to nail down the victoiy Standing? of the Clubs W. L - . 9 1 - 8 1 - . 7 2 4 6 Johnstown Greensburg Norw in Scottdale Jeannette Latrobe Connellsville 10 Pet 900 889 778 400 300 200 000 Two New Records Put Up, Another Tied by Local Athletes. THREE EVENTS REMAIN ON CARD Games Tuesday Jeinn.ette at Norwin Johnstown at Greensburg Scottdale at Latrobe SECTION 15 Yesterday's Results Redsione 51, East Bethlehem 17. East Pike Hun 29 Ellsworth 25 xCenterviIle 34 Bentleyville 32 vExtra period Standing of the Clubs W L Redstone . 1 0 1 N Belle Vernon 8 2 Geimau _ ,, 6 4 Bentleyville 6 4 Centoiville _ _ _ __ 5 5 Ellsworth _ _ 4 7 East Bethlehem 3 7 East Pike Run 1 10 Pot 909 800 600 600 500 384 300 091 Games Monday Noith Belle Vernon at Ellsworth Centerville at Redstone .Cast Pike Run at East Bethlehem SECTION 17 Yesterday's Results West Newton 45, Fayette City 25. Kostiaver 43, Sewickley 38 Huntingdon 42, Belle Vernon 18 Dunbai 45, Peiryopolis 14 Standing ot the Clubs West Newton Dunbui Township Rostrav er South Huntingdon Sewickley ,, Feiryopohs ,, _ . Fayette City Belle Vernon W 10 5 S 7 4 4 I, 1 2 3 4 7 7 8 11 Pet 900 818 .727 636 364 364 273 000 Games Tuesdij Pewickiey at Fayet e City West Newton at Belle Vernon 3 Huntingdon at Perryopolis Rostiaver at Dunbar Township FAYETTE-GREENE LEAGUE Standing of the Clubs W L Pet Georges _ 7 Point Marion ~ 6 North Union 6 South Tjmon. _ _. . 4 Mapletown . 1 Immaculate Cept 0 875 750 750 500 125 000 Games Tuesday. PDint Manon at Geoiges *PICK8M6 LU6U£ fUtKH a (tC/mfea O wfis ) TttO PtHSREMMKP , i if crsdltnJ wtk-tHe SHORTi-Sp NAME a, Km.m RECORDS/ Tile OTHK EXTSEME 1* i» MAUC2EWSKINOVireH WHOSE W BSXOT BBEMNS J*HfcWK *50,000 HOT A17 fEtx-om Ttetfitb bovtij a 30O 4AM5 » of fa BEsrwcwN Kmasts u WU. 60 TO T)»gg ABMy at fate Displaying championship form, Connellsville High Schools swirn- mmirg team dealt its most crushing setback of the year to Duquesne High its strongest opponent, Friday a'ternoon at the Duke pool by a score of 46 to 20 Coach Red Barr had his oest talent on hard foi the competition and the boys went after Duquesne with a vengeance, all of the Orange and Black svvimmeis turning in fine per- foimances as they come through with flying colors Two new records were established and one deadlocked by the Cokers who lost first place only in the 100- yard breast stroke and forfeited the first two positions in the diving event Clemmer came through in record time in the 220 free style and Colburn set up a new mark m the 100 back stioke while Black knotted the existing figure m the ( 100 free style For a tune it appealed that the Connellsville swimmers might be hampered because the Duquesne pool is 85 feet long whereas the others range in size from 60 to 75 feet But the boys soon feuna their str de and put on a great ohow be- foie 323 paid admissions C onnellsville will seek its fifth t l meet victory at Turtle Creek Thursday and Friday makes its first appearance at home, taking on Vandergr ft The following Tuesday will find Clairton here for a dual meet and the Orange and Black will then get into trim for the championship meet of the Western Pennsylvania Intel scholastic Athletic League it Carnegie Tech pool Saturday, Febiuary 25 when it defends its laurels Incidentally the Cokers last year had dethioned Duquesne as the circuit Icing Duquesne High's principal is Ray Y Henry, a formed Connellsville High student The summarv 50-yard free style--Laughrey and Keffer, Cokers, first and second, Konoval Duquesne, third Time 27 seconds 100-yard breast stroke--Mosko, Duquesne, first, Foley, Cokers, second, Bodnar, Duquesne, third Time 1 15 1 ) 220-yaid fiee style--Clemmer and Dennis Cokeis, first and second, Galo«ch, Duquesne, third. Time 2 45 °i (new recoid). IOC-yard back stroke--Colburn and Boyd Cokers, fust and second, Tan- kosich, Duquesne, third Time 1 08 4 (new iccord) 100 yard free style--Blacka, Cokers, first A Ruboskyj Duquesne, second, Cross Cokers, third Time 59 ·seconds (record tied) Diving--Duquesne, first and second ("okers, third 170 jaid medley lelay--Cokers, (Colbuin Blacka and Foley), first; Duquesne (Takosich, Witzell and Mosko), second Time 1 45 6 226 2-3 yard free style relay-- ocers (Fiazier, Eoyle, Laugherty and Kcffer), first Duquesne, (Morlow, M Rubosky, A Rubosky and Konoval) secord Time 2 09 The stai ter was D L Paiker, football coach, and the tuner Jean Hitenoui, also of Duquesne High faculty Latrobe Will Play Overholt Five Tonight Oveiholt basketball team will try to come back into its winning stride tonight when it takes on tne strong Gartmann quintet of Latrobe at Scottdale Aimory Play is listed for 9 o clock foi the convenience of late shoppeis and store employes The Latrobe outfit recently took the measure of the highly touted Pitt Seniors and to date hasn't tasted de-_ feat The distillers are bent on. putting the Just blotch on the visitors' record SECTION 13 Last Nisrht's Res alts Ligomei 35, Huist 25 Derry Twp 24 Youngwood 15 Staridmer of the Clubs. Ligomer Deny Borough .. Mt Pleasant Huist Youngw ood Deny Township Last Huntingdon W 9 7 5 4 4 3 1 L. Pet 900 700 .556 444 400 333 .111 Games Tuesday Ligome at Mount Pleasant Derry lownship at Hurst East Huntingdon at Youngwood.

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