The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 19, 1930 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT. ' DAILY COURIER, CONNELL.SVIL L»E, PA. ·WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1030. ^ Basketball Basketball By JAMES M. »RI8C01,L. Mount Pleasant High Loses To Cokers Second Time This Season After Great Contest ®- Sinirley Combination Threatens Oranpo und Black in Ft mil Quarter. MEET SCOTTIES NEXT TUESDAY Coinellsville Ilisjh School won an- othe:' leaguo panic lust evening at t h e local gymnasium when it downed! Mount Plwisant ^vith tho final result of !i", to 23 for Us second victory this season over that q u i t tet. The Orange- and Biack quintet led its opponent hy a largo count throughout the first three ciiU'rteru ot the fray hut in the last period thiti lead wan nearly overcome'e visitors rallied and out-scored the locals, two to one. This was albo partly due- to the (subs t i t u t i o n s , hut the flv^ points chalked up ny the CokfM-rt w re sufficient to dccHo the contest in heir favor. M Her and Schrum were highest individual scorers w i l l eight an\ nine p o t r t u , respectively. Schrum d?- ligh cd t h e crowd wth a couple of *pct taculor shots while Miller Rar- norul hirf f o u r double-deckers from !»onath tho basket. Miller and Schrum tallied all of the poll N during the ftret period and w e r j leading the Mounties when that lira.- of play closed with a 9-3 count. \s - b o ganio progressed the locals in- cr«ised thu «cor« to 21-12 when three qiiar'ere of p U y had been completed. Then came the Mount Pleasant thn-at. "With Freed and Valiante doiiiR most of tho s -oring th« nine point lead of tho CVkers quickly dis- sol"ed Into a scant margin and the ipci In were hard pressed to keep ahead of their determined Blue and White " opj on en to. ' T h e Coke-rs journey to Scottdale nej t Tuesday evi-ni ig and ere de- tcriiined to t-vcu tl e count with the M i ' I Townere as t h a t in'intet defeated tht locals n it* vis t here. The l i n e - u p : ^ Mt. 1'lcasant- 23. V . . ,, Uenedict K _ ... Valiante _x; .. ._ Kreetl G -. . _ .. Volkin ... C! _ Pa 1 lad i no s - - Hude for Luczak, Kercnchula for S c h r u m , Shaw for Mill e i , Kerns for Kude, Bradley for Johii- eon, Blue for Jones-. Klehi goal.'-- Lucmk 2, Schrum 3, M i l l e r 4, Jone-h, J )hnson, JJenedict, V a l i a n t e 3, Freed IS, Vollclii, Pailadlno. ;-'ouls--RiKk\ 1 o! t of 3: Schrum. :! ou.. of ."; JohiiHon, 1 out of 2; Benedict, 2 out of S: Valiant", made I ; Voiktn, m;id* 1; PalUulino, I out of 3. Ht ivo -Johnston. I'fMlTS- -27. LiK-y.ak Schruni M l ' l c r Jo it-s J o l l t t J l O t ! Perry Township lassies Defeat \ Cofcers Sextet The- Coker hissi( s dropped a hard tojSht e n f o u u l e r t o Perry Township l a u evening in the preliminary game to the* ('(uiiicHsville-MoiHit Pleasant eugaKcmi'iit by a c ose marsH of two points, th ' lina! ac ire being 15 to 13. Although tho vis torn led In scoritie; tt r t m p h o u l most of tlie game the count was a l w a y s close and at most ti'iiPB only a s i n g l e p o i n t separated tl c i \ \ o teams. Never hud t\v evenly matched Uams played b i f o r 1 on the local c o u r t and t!io las.sios w « - c applauded on all sides tor tho exper svay in v, ;iich they h i n f l i r d Hit bull. Tho l i n n - u p : Cokers--13. Perry--!.". C'.dtoslcy K Albright P j r t c r K Galley Fletcher C Karnerer S-ttlth S. 0 Cimini R o h m .- G Colfman jfh l l i j w C! tiuttermoro Substitutions--C jchran for, Cekosky t'nr I'ortcr, Decke; for Kohiu. Kleltl goa!.s--Ctkosky, Cochran 2, l o r t e r S; Albrij?ht 2, ({alley 3. Fouls-- Councils "Ule, 3 out t*C 'S; I'erry, £ out of 10 Rc't'orec--Mrs. Sanderson, Unloii- t jwn. MEYERSDALE YOUTH LEADS AKRON TEAM; TO MEET CUMBERLAND Frsincis (.Ir^h 1 Clark, a. nutivo of Iloyot-odale, who h.w won conaiilurahlo l\mv t h r o u g h o u t Ohio hi recent years i .-; a basketball star, will t,»ke his A k r o n , Ohio, Profi-svsioiuiIS to CnrnhtT- land Sunday n f t v » noon. He is one of i h e hesit Ions; raui^o . hoo'ert. in tlie pro r.inkt; juid w i l l ;;ivo .1 rt-«l e x h i b tiou tiierc. Pitt V l i s Another. W a s h i n g t o n leffersou B.ive P i t t ' s .-ui''k ba:;ketect- a hard battle befort- ;u»!ii'.nK, :!S to ·'', Hiat uS^ht ut \Vush- u g l o n . Lewis, °re«itU«nt'« f o r w a r d , i'ti i n the M - o r i i K s v t t h five goals, got but un r. /Ceysur lo: a 11-27 c o u n t to lust night at Kuysor, W. North Union Wins Section 13 Title; Downs German Club N'orllv Vnion Township ligh, tutor- H! by Ray Welsh. Counel svillo Iltgh produt-t, ciinrii-eil tho Ronf ilou in Section 1", W. P. I. A. Ivoajnu ,, last night by clefe-atiiitf G e r m a n Tow uship, IS to 12, in a hectic, haltlo at town. At no stago of the sr Caseys Offer Keagy Comer Club Series for City Peftnant; Winner Will Get 90 Per Cent of Receipts Ultimatum Handed Down ly Irish Who Tire ofr Perslst- ent Challenges. FIRST "GAME*' FEBRUARY 26 McClelland- at struggle advantage. did tho victors have Tho lino-up: North Union--13. German--12. Lewis K Donnelly Fi-vher .F Hout Shlffbauor ..C DtMtiko I'hazio _ (i Crackovitcl) Keiong ,, XI-- Umbel Substitutions-- Kasmers -y for Fisher; Pisula for Domko. Field Ronl?--Kasm-er-^k; Shiffbauor, 3; Seloiig, Donnelly, 3; 1 nihel. Foul eoal.s--North Unio i. 3 out of 7; German, 4 out of 7. Score by periods: North Union .-_ --.3 0 f. 2--13 German 3 1 C 2--12 Referee--Ieslefano. When You Viuit .So Use the CUussitiod Adv rtKemonta. The cocky C'asey Club passers, tiring of reading in the daily press the in- Mstonce of tl e Keagy Corner quintet that it is just ae powerful M the Irish com lunation ari.l its repeated challenge for a, lilnple contest or a series of guinea for the championship of the city have re lied tn such a manner that random is very much ia doubt .ibont the neit poraible step. "Ninety pot cent for the winner and 10 per cent 'or the loeer; of winnor takes all. 1 " This ia in substanco the ultimatum o£ tho Casey basketoers who today made public a statement in r e p l y - l o wirioiM article*; in tho newepaporfl whflroin tho 1C«vigya want to tackk' the Irish. And according to tho Cas^y ofllclals, t h o f c arc the termsi or there won't be an;- series with the Cornur quintet. Ralph K i r e b u w k y , nsnietant manager of the f ist-stepplnK Irishmen has been made the mouthpiece and I liu a.'i.iortH t tat If the Kapys accept j tho terme ot the propoisition, a thrc-o- gamo eerice will bo arranged tho two leame, the first of which wil be pkiyed on Wednesday night, Feb raary 26, at tho State Armory. Ho states further that the whole o tho Casey roater as wo\] a« the coache and managers are tiring of eyeing tb. vain boaeta of the Corner -lufflt i p r i n t ae to what they could lo to tb Oaseys if they were given tho oppoi tunJty. ' As yet no answer ha» boen receive hy the Casey officials but siort lovin ; are expeptliiK the te:un^ to com i together and secure an arniablo agroi · rrjen eo thai local flfxr followojs \vl i bo given n real treat. To prove that they are confident f victory, the Casey oxecutivi'H inea i to eator the game w i t h o n l y tb players who ( liav« compricotl its pe - ."··onnel from the he^inninni; of I I aoason. I«ipov-ted players, the so-callr 1 "ringers" \vili not bo tolera'.e*.!, tin / nesert. When the- matter o^ a s p r k s w. 3 firnt broached, the Iris.i replied to 11 a "Go on out and got a rep. Qu t t o y i n g w i t h those baby teams " Thtt %uth Sides « ondea,-orcxl o follow t^ite suggeetlon and Uok ( a «omc formidable totnln^ents w h i i h havo leen ranked a-j f'rst-cJpec. Nr v the ultimatum. Wh«t is the verillc ? Aloness.on took a 2!» to 7 dscisi/ n ovor South Hrownsvi! e last n i g b i u Section V. D1CKERSON RUN PIONEERS LdSE TO NEWELL TEAM The J M c k w A o n Run Y. M. C. Pioneers wore defeated by tho Newell Scouts laftt nljjht at Newell by a score of 18 to IS. Sth'kol Hlarrorl for the- Pioneers with \j. Machuti loading tor Njwell. Tho line-up: Y. Jf. C. A.--15. 3 on oil--18. SUorbcmdy F. Rosso Sth'kol J- 1 M.' Machan Roach -- _C' ... L. Machan Jjlvingslon --I O -- F. Cassel llertKM-t (i.. T. Pope ·Substitutions--Whipkoy for Shor- bondy, J'ratt. for Stickel, Dunlap for IvtvlngKton. Field goals--iRu.sso 2, M. Machan, L. Miifhan -I. T. Popo 2, Shorhondy, Stickel 3, Livingston, Herbert. Fouls--DIckerHOn Run, 1 out of 14; N«*wcll, none called, J Jof e ree---Goe ley. Win Ajoiln. Dufjuesno continued its winning w-prcc with a 35 to 25 tally over Waynesburg last night. A groat finish, for the Dukes brought the dpciaton. SewtoM Beaten, \Vcsi Newtnii lost, 38-18, to Monon- puhola last Local Quintets Will Play At "State Armory Tonight; Caseys Meet Point Marion Fairmont Wins Over Parochial High Basket* ers Fairmont took a ·SB to 27 decision over the passens of the Immi culate Conception Parochial High School last night at the Fairmont floor. The West Virglnianfl eecun d au early advantage which they nc"er relinquished. Ou Wednes-lay night, ehruary 26, the Parochial tiuintet plays at State Armory, meeting the Duquesne Preps, Pfrato Clnb The advance Riiard of the Pira'tee left the Smoky City laB, night on the first leg of Us journey t ) Paso Robl«s, Cal., site of i.heir spring training camp. Burlolgh ('-rimes, pitching ace, and Floyd Young, recruit, did not begin the trip. 3rimes la unsigned over differences o rer his coutraoi; while Young is a-trickt u w i t h appendlHUs. i This Is Good News! New developments are e x p e c t e d soon in the argument ovei Babe Ruth's contract with the N e \ ' York Yankees for the 1930 season. lends a user of regular priced gasoline tries O R A N G E AMERICAN GAS- he becomes an enthusiast. And his enthusiasm isn't short-lived. For once he has become acquainted wich the super-abun- danco of power, the exceptionally high anti-knock quality, the flashing flexibility, of ORANGE AMIRICAN GAS- he's a friend for life! \ That s true of the individual mo- toris who uses his car primarily for £ leastire -- and of the man who operites big truck fleets for profit! O n e * they've given ORANGE AMI RIG AN GAS a fair trial -and discovered its superiority over all other fuels in its price class --they join that ever-growing army of permanent patrons of the Yellow and Black Pump. AMERICAN OIL COMPANY Affi iatcd with Pan Amciican Petroleum Transport Co, General Offices! Baltimore, Md Bnui-jli Oflice: Foot of Lillinn Street, I ' n l o n t o u n , I'H. Phocn bS or S'.i. Kengy Corners Tackle Ocean Pnrk (Jombinatlon in Preliminary. LARGE CROWD IS EXPECTED The city's two oulafandlng independent .basketball coiifhigeutB will swing into ucllon tonight at the 3tato Armory, meeting two highly touted nvaderfi. In tho opening sotto, the Keagy Corners who havo boon raising a big rumpus.about taking on lh/3 Casey Club for a Kerien to determine tha champion-ship in ConnoIlsTille, will clash w i t h the Ocean Park combina-* lion. The e^asoys meet a formidable fod in the Point Marion Independent* in (ho stellar attraction. Tho Pointers w i l l he considerably strengthened by the pre-senee of tho Conn brothers wlio miitle hMtory In Washfiigton Jeffer- eon floor circles. Sctfidale Hands Latrobe Quintet One Point Defeat Suottdale High made a great stand in the last three quarters to hand Latrobe High School baeketecys a single poiut defeat last night at La- trffbe., Tho tally was 23 to 22. Latrobe flew into the lead and -whon the first nuarter closed tho team held a 12-6 .count. S«oHdale. steadily improved and went into the lead in the third period, holding a single point edge throughout the final stanza. Tho line-up: , . Scottdale- 2JJ. Camliii .... Klehor Cox . Waide Hush I/atrob*--'J2. Quakcwipc« Cwmpbell Goldffiaa Doherty Cirt Substitutions--Qtauffer for Camlia; Mahady for Guskewiecz; Aiken. lor Mahady. Kleild goals--Snuffer, Cox 5, Waioo- 2, Rush, Guskewlecz, Campbell 3, Goldjnaa 2, Doherty, CoTt Foul goals--Scottdale, 5 out of 8;j Latrobe, S out of 11. .' Score by periodH: Soottdale 6 5 Latrobo - . . . ..^.... __TM_12 3 Refo-reo--Richards. 5--2S 6--23, I W.P.I. A. League Summary SECTION TEN Yesterday's Besnlts. Scottdale 23; Latrobe'33, ConneLlsville, 2T; Mouut Pleas!t.nt» 23. f Stunting of the Clubs. W. L. Uttiontown . 9 i Jcannetto 9 2 GreensbuTg Sco t tdalo Latrobo Con noils ville Mount Pleasant 1'cU .9WH .818 .500, .500 .400 Games Friday. at Unlontown. Jcaunette at Greensburg. SUCTION THIRTEEN 1'csterduy's JU-suKs. Brownaville, 52; Georges, 19. Redstone, 24i; South Union, 19. North Union, 13; German, 12 Point Marion, 32; Carmichaels, Hi. Standing of the CInbs. W. L. 12 0 North. Union Reds-tone Brownsville Point Marion _ German Carmichaels Georges -South Union 8 7 6 3 2 1 5 0 8 10 11 PcU 1.000 i .727 .067 .583 ,50O i .273 ! .167 Gurnet* Friday. Browuavilla. at Redstone, German at South Union. Oarmicha'els at Georg-es. Pbmt Marlon at North Union. SECTION FIVE TeKterday's Jlesults. Monongahola. 37; West Nowton, 18, Mon«aseu, 29; South Brownsvilte, 1, Charleroi; 30; California, 21. ' Standing of the Clnbs. W. I,. Pet, Monesseu 10 0 1.000 Charleroi .,, ,,. g . 2 Donora . ' $» 5 Mouongahelu ,, 5 5 South Brownsvillo 4 « West Newton 4 California _ 'o 10 .800 .000 .500 400 ,3R4 .000 Games Friday. Weal Newton at Donora. Moneesen at Monongahela, Charleroi at South. Brownsville, All Saints High of Masontowii took a 27-21 decision over the Eaat Huntingdon Township High reserves TM'- w ttt - tha foroier'u floor.

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