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February 15, 1939

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1939. THE DATT..Y COURIER.. CONNKLiLSVlLibK, PA. PAGE SEVEN. Basketball Basl -.etbalL ROSTRAVFR F 1 YV/kJ I rV/^. V Lii IX LL Q P O R T O R I A L S **J By JOHN H. WHORIC, Sports Editor +*tf AT THE END OF TRAIL I Lou Novarro of Uniontown who has been doing quite a bit or fisti- cuffing seems to have reached the end of his trail and is going to get out o£ the game for good, ii he has not definitely decided he should wise up and get out. Lou took, a terrific beating in a Fairmont, W. Va., show at the hands of John Henry King last week and the manner in which he was outclassed gave rise to belief: that he'd not make Fairmont again. Lou likes to fight. He's a swinging time but ean't go anywhere against a smooth boxer. The Uniontown boy has been absorbing a little loo much punishment in his recent appearances and some fistic followers believe he shouldn't be slaughtered as he has been the case. It's a smart boxer who knows when he's had enough. BITS HERE AND THERE "After a big year, a baseball player raises a big rumpus for some extra fodder in his monthly envelope but how ho howls when the club cuts it a penny or two after he's had a terrible year," writes a reader, who adds that Paul Wancr and Gus Suhr of the Pirates are among those who should read this . . . Larry MacPliail, Brooklyn Dodgers' mouthpiece, commented: "As the clubs get ready to go South, it looks to me like the National League is made up of seven great big ifs and the Phillies. I can make a good case for any one of Die seven clubs except the Phillies. That is, provided all their ifs turn out the right way." He considers the Cubs the favorites »nly because they won the pennant last year. He believes the Pirates haven't improved any. "The Pirates blew the pennant last year when they should have won it. Jf they couldn't win It then, how can they do it this year. I see no improvement in Traynor's club," WSE his observation . . . If he is granted a license to ride on the metropolitan circuit this season, Don Mcade, Jockey No. 1, will make his New York debut during the Jamaica meeting in April. He hns been restored lo good standing in Florida after having been ruled oft the tracks for two years . . . The National League adopted a resolution to stop tampering with holdouts. Bill Terry of the Giants had been quoted as saying he was interested in giving cash and players for Van Lingle Mungo, Brooklyn pitcher, who has not signed because of a pay dispute. Comments like Terry's will be banned hereafter ... New York with 540 leads all states in number of high schools sponsoring football. Pennsylvania is second with 478 ... Barnstorming days of the big leaguers in pro football are over. The National League has sanctioned only one post-season game, the current tilt between the champions and the all-stars in Los Angeles. Other exhibitions have been ordered out . . . Since Billy Conn, the Pittsburgher, says he won't fight any more middleweights, he's almost a cinch to take on John Henry Lewis or v Melio Beltina at Forbes Field this'summer .. . Temple is to bo known as the Swans instead at the Owls in honor of their coach, Fred Swan . . . War Admiral is a 8-U choice in the Widoner handicap . . . Fritzic Zivic is certain to get a title crack at Henry Armstrong . . . Dizzy Dean is being groomed for radio's presentation o£ the baseball classic, "Elmer the" Great" . . . First vanguard of Pittsburgh basebaUers start for sprinc training on February 23. " 'I ain't bragging but I know how io fight. You can't fight for 20 years and not learn nothin'," said John Henry Lewis in an interview. He must have learned something the night of January 25 that he had forgotten to pick up in the two decades . he's been fighting . . . Dauber, 1338 Preakness winner, has been withdrawn from the Santa Anita handicap because of a leg injury that may mean the end of the thoroughbred's racing days . . . Charley Hurley, Pittsburgh battler, lias undergone a hand operation. It had not healed lo treatment after an injury . . . Adventurer, expensive full brother to Discovery in the Vandcrbllt stable, Is described as one of the best looking colts on the American turf. Van- r.urbilt paid 20 grand for him at Saratoga . . . Heine Meine, former Pirate pitcher, has been named president of St. Louis County Tavern Owners Association . . . Wild Bill Hallahan will pitch for Minneapolis this summer . . . Dutch Ruether, Los Angeles skipper, suys Rip Russell, formerly of the Angc'.s, is a cinch to beat out Rip Collins and Phil Cavarretta for the Cubs first base job . . , Sam Crawford, former major league outfielder who umpired in the Paca- fic Coast League last year, is driving a truck in Los Angeles for 18 bucks a week . . . Joyner (Jo-Jo) %Vhile, former Tiger outfielder, said ho has decided to quit baseball and devote all of his time to a job in a Detroit auto plant . . . Burlcigh Grimes, former pitcher and Dodger manager, testified in his divorce suit in Union, Mo., that his wife had told him she had been married only once before when, In fact, she had been married three times . . . Notie Brown, who was "knocked" out by Tony Galdnto in Detroit, indicated he's retiring from the fight game to give all of his time to operation of his restaurant in Washington . . . Players with the New York Celtics are reported tu be averaging $200 weekly for their basketball barnstorming . . . - It Chicago quits the Big Ten, Pitt is supposed to take its place. Nebra- GO IN FOR FOX HUNTING A minister or anybody else can enjoy fox hunting, says Rev. A. M. Parrish of Pcducah, Ky,, who finds "spiritual refreshment" in the sport. Dr. Parrish, a Baptist minister, is one o£ the country's few tox hunting preachers and perhaps the only one who is a master of hounds. He describes fox hunting, which is growing in popularity in Fayetle county as well as other sections ol Southwestern Pennsylvania, ns "the cleanest, most wholesome sport, n wonderful form o£ exercise," adding: "H takes your mind off your work and provides L E I S E N R I N G QUINT SHOWS POOR STRIDE Cowan Finds Range to Score 11 Field Goals And Two Fouls. AT RUFFSDALE FLOOR FRIDAY As West Nev/tcn High drubbed Belle Vernon, 44 to 9, to enhance its championship prospects in Section 17 Skiing "Refugeej" essenlial menial, physical and spiril- I Dunbtir Township's basketccrs made ual refreshment." He enjoys il cs- \ il n certainly by v i r t u a l l y e l i m i n a t i n g they dropped a 42 lo 28 decision to Rostraver Township High at Lclscnring Np. 1 Tuesday pecially, he said, "becauses the game themselves is'rarely killed. I don't believe in taking the life of any being." Fox hunting is an expensive sport and Dr. Parrish tries to make It pay its way through sale of young fox hounds. Maybe if more would get nighl. The Hornets had no trouble at all in walloping the Bcllea, scoring at will, while FrcyoUe City tripped be- tn the United SlaloB for. permanent residence, Harmes Schneider, idol of akiintf enthusiasts, allegedly a rcfu. ITCO from his native Austria, is pictured with his son, Herbert, on arrival in New York. out in the woods and sec nature in ] fore ScwickU-y Township, 26 lo 20,1 l_6JSgnriflQ J3VV66S Township came back I * ' Nose Out Perry Team the raw, more of us would be like | nnd Perry Township Ihe human beings we were intended ] string to topple South Huntingdon to be. i Township. 45 to 35. The outcome at Lelscnring was a bin surprise as the Red ami Black had previously doubled the score on | the Leopards at Prlcediilc. But Dun bar was off- Ramsay High of Mount Pleasant, handed Ligonier, Section 13 leaders,j its second reversal ot- the season ' when Loskosky tallied two free throws to break .1 31-31 deadlock in the closing minutes of the game and then stayed out in front lo capture a 38-35 decision at Mount Pleasant Tuesday night. Loskosky was the big gun in the Bobcats' offense, scoring 16 points. Donate continued lo lead the seclion scorers as he tallied 19. Mount Pleasant Rudnik, f Lcntz, f .. . Gaudina, c Loskosky, g Walker, g Totals Liffonicr Donato, f Johnston, f Ramsey, c ... Kozak, g , Hanlz, g Totals G. 3 5 0 . 7 1 16 G. 8 ...... 5 ...... 1 0 I 15 F. Pts. 1 7 0 10 3 3 2 10 0 2 COMMODORES GO WILD, TRIP S.HUNTINGDON 6 38 F. Pts. 19 11 3 0 2 35 WEST1NGHOUSE TEAM BEST DRESSED ON FLOOR. TODAY W. P. I. A. L. GAGE SUMMARIES Dunbar Township iiisli reserves nosed out a 28-27 victory over Perry Township reserves in n game played -in passing and shooting ! ,,t Pcrryopolis. Smitdko and Colin SECTION FOUR Yesterday's Results. Charleroi 57; Monongahela 32. Monessen 51; California 31. j -- w h i l e Roslrnver was clicking on a l l ! 5 - K y led" the w i n n i n g nttnch with 11 cylinders. Cowan, Leopards' for- '. un "d 10 points respectfully. ward, was hat and he iircd them from all angles, on (he run or from a standing position scoring a total of j 24 pninis. There was no stopping of Standing: of the Clubs. Charleroi -Monessen Brownsville Donora .... Monongahela California W. D 7 4 3 L. 0 1 4 5 G 8 Pct. 1.000 .875 .500 .375 .250 .000 · Games Friday. Donora at Brownsville. Monessen at Monongahela. The line-up.-;: Dunbar Sinlldkc. f . .... 1 Ihn Pi-icerialc star who had the range I McQuadc, f -cither with one hand or two. | Colinshy, c ... , Dunb:ir was dead all the way and Tikpy, K ·· · · .. was compieU'ly outclassed by the Nysrcn, li · · visitors under Coach Bob Frazicr. Knnbenshoc, f The quin'.ct piloted by Bruce M. ! n u ! l i ' Shearer hnci no life and lls perform- ' Carletts, g ancc was off color. A f t e r trailing in j She first hal/, 11-7, because of poor j TuUl ls shooting both from Lhc field nnd f i c e ; Non-scorinn : r.onef. Lc'iscnring couldn't kcrp the ; sky, f l u s t u ^ U y . ball as repeated passing thrusts were interccplcd and converted into field SECTION NINE Yesterday's Results. Jeannette 42; Norwin 40. Greensburg 30; Johnstown 20. Scottdole 38; Lalrobe IB. Standing of the Clubs. rcr "' W. Greonsburg 9 Johnstown 9 Norwin . . 7 Scolldale - 5 Latrobe 3 Jeannette 3 Conncllsvillc ......: 0 L. B 10 p , i .aoo" i " .455 .273 .273 .000 Games Friday. Greensburg at Scottflalc. Norwin at Johnstown. Connellsville at Latrobe. SECTION 15 Yesterday's Results. German 31; Bentleyville 28. E. Bethlehem 29; E. Pike Run 26. Standing of the Clubs. W. Redstone 11 North Belle Vernon 9 German 7 Bentleyville (i Ccntervillc ._ 5 East Bethlehem 4 Ellsworth - 4 East Pike Run 1 L. 1 2 4 5 11 Pet. .917 .818 .GIS6 .545 .·155 .364 .333 .083 Games Thursday. Redstone at North Belle Vernon. East Bethlehem at Centervlllc. SECTION 17 Yesterday's Results. Sewickley 28; Fayeite City 20. West Newton 44; Belle Vornon 9. Pcrryopolis 45; S. Huntingdon 35. Roslraver 32; Dunbar 28. Standing; of Hie Clubs. W. L. West Newton 11 I. Dunbar 9 3 Roslraver 9 3 South Huntingdon . 7 5 Sewickley . 5 7 Perryopolis 5 Fayetle City 3 Belle Vernon o I'ct. .917 .750 .750 .583 .417 goals on nearly floor-length dribbles. By virtue of Dunbar's setback, Ihe Hornets now head the pack by two j full Ramcs and it would take n mira«')e Io stop them. Dunbar has another lough assignment Friday night, invading South Huntingdon Township. The r.ummarv: G. F. _11 2 .- 1 .1 _ 3 0 Thompson, g _ 1 0 Telioic, g I.... 1 1 Lowthcr, f . . B. Frency, f . Baluch, c Campbell, s Zncknl. c . . Palonder. c · Totals G. .. 5 0 ... 5 I . 10 ... !) .. 0 . 1 1'ts. 11 0 10 4 23 Cornin- Pts. 1 0 :l 12 3 2 27 Westinghouse girls of East Pittsburgh, who meet Ihe Connellsvillc Recreation Center Shamrocks at the Armory Friday night, not only claim Ihe distinction of being the best independent female quintet in the State but also lay claim to the honor of being the snappiest uniformed team on the floor today. The West- ir.fiho'jstr Company purchased $oOO worth ol equipment for the loam 'his senton. Resplendent in goidim satin uniform:; trimmed in blue with s\vi?.-iL clothes of the same material and uoior nnd with knee guards and .shoes Io match, they nre truly a dnzzlinj; team. The Easl Pituburfihcre do not «Ic- pend on their wardrobe alone however to eel by as every player In Ihe starling lineup Is a recognized star. Mury Bradley, June Shonefelt and Ede Forsylhy receive most of Ihe press raves hut Helen Hirko and "Flash" Blnsek arc the tireless work- rrs who feed the high Kcorcra. Two new starlets, the sensational Gaydos twins from hist year's championship Glassport H i K h School team, are challenging the veterans for positions in the starting lineup. The first game Friday night will feature Company K, 112th Infantry. Bradford, against the local Howitzers. The boys from Bradford arc National Guard champions of Penn- Orpheum Lassies Topple Uniontown In a close malch that was marked by unusually good guarding, the Orpheum Lassies defeated Uniontown Rockets, 10 to 8. The summary: Orpheum G. F. Pts. Jaynes, f Hulli, f Eg;ui, I McKas, c DeBolt, g .__ Ridgway, g Totals _ Uniontown Whetzel, 1 Mittcrllng, f : Vldovic, c Stone, g Watson, g Hankins, f G. 1 0 -- 0 3 1, _.__0 ........._ 5 G. 1 : o o 0 o 3 0 10 F. Pts. 0 2 Perry Behind at Half But Makes Great Comeback To Win, 45-35. BUTTERMORE IS IN GREAT FOR/v\ Perry Township High, playing on its home court Tuesday night, lei go with a barrage of field goals in the second half after trailing at the intermission and swept aside South Huntingdon with a 45-31 score. Buttermoro, Commodore forward, paced his mates to victory with a total of 15 points scored whiic Silvasey topped the visitors' scorers with 10 counters. The line-ups: S. Huntingdon G. Walters, f ...3 Eisaman, f 2 Ruschak, c . . ..... 4 Silvasy, g ~~_..3 Smith, g 1 F. Pis. 3 9 0 4 Totals Perry Bultermore, { Rumancik, f -- Halvonic, c Marshall, g -- Statzula, r. Blair, c .... Frency, g -_.-. Wilkie, g 45 Totals Score by periods: S. Huntingdon 7 14 7 7--35 Perry ,, 8 11 10 lb--45 Referee--Anderson. Totals ,, 4 Score by quarters: Orpheum : 2 2 2 4--10 Uniontown 2 2 2 2-- 8 sylvania and one oC the oustanding attractions to show at the Armory this season. Wife Wins Divorce. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 15.--Charges her husband beat and abused her · consistently from three weeks after their marriage until she was forced to leave him won a divorce for Marie E. Kurtz, 21, of Smock, from Charles H. Kurtz in a decree handed down by Judge Harry A. Cottom. They were married February 6, 1937, and the wife left home July 15, 1936. Cowan, f McCultough, t ... Coulson, c -- Pis., 2-11 S i 6! «i 3 Totals Score by periods: Roslraver . . Dunbar . . Referee--Phillips. .13 6 17 H--42 3 11 10--28 Vanities Easily Upset Shamrocks; Team Is Too Strong The Goldenson Vanities of Pills- burgh again demonstrated their superiority over Connellsville Recreation Center Shamrocks by scoring a 54 to 22 victory Tuesday night at Lafayette Junior High at Uniontown 7 9 12 Games Friday, Fayette City at Rostraver. Belle Vernon at Sewickley. Perryopolis at West Newton. Dunbar at South Huntingdon. FAYETTE-GREENE LEAGUE Yesterday's Result. Georges 29; Point Marion 20. in Ihe second preliminary proceeding Ihe Pitt Ali-Slar-Kaufrmm baltle. The Shamrocks played a cred- llable game in the flrsl holt, holding Ihcit brilliant opponents lo a 19 lo 12 score. The second half however was a runaway for the victors. Broncckc and dashing Marie DcMay ,,,, P'fiycd brilliant)}' for the Vanities. ·*'' | "Izzy" Metzgar and "Ede" Tulley were high scorers for Ihe iooscrs. The lineups: Vanities G DeMay, f 8 Bronecki, f 9 Szofranski, .000' Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Georges 8 1 North Union 6 2 Point Marion 6 3 South Union 4 4 Mapletown 1 7 Immaculate Cept 0 S Game Tonight. Mapiehnvn at Immaculate Conception. Pel, .889 .750 .667 .500 .123 .000 Roberlson, ] Shandor, g Reibel, f. .... Tolals Shamrocks Primus, f .. Bogusky, f Tulley, c . .. Metzgar, g Scott, B Fronek, i Pts. 16 21 10 25 G I. 1 3 _ o - 0 0 5 54 rt». 2 Volts, Meters Win Bowling Contests Bowling on the West Penn alleys, the Volts won the odd game from the Poles and the Meters took two out of three from the Watts in the West Penn Duckpin League. . Totals 0 4 22 Score by quarters: Vanillcs 12 7 20 15--54 Shamrocks . . 4 8 4 0--22 Hcfcrec--Logan. Heyersdale Fair Officers Chosen ska. however, is in Ihe running for the Maroons' berth. MEYERSDALE, T?eb. 15.--C. M. Bird was elsclcd president of the Somcrscl County Fair Associalion at i u meeling held in the Chamber of. | Commerce rooms here. Other ofTl- i cers elected were Edison M. Hay, j first vice-president; Mclvin L. Geis- bcrt, second vice-president; William A. Alls-house, secretary, nnd Lioyd t D. Peck, treasurer. Why do you want a washing machine? To_Save Yourself Drudgery? lo Save Mcaiey on Laundry Ccsts? lo.ss lew: ancf Tear on.Cbib lo Wasfi Oofees Cleaner? It May Look Like Junk to You We'll Give You For Your TIPS TO THE HUSBANDS How bad Is your lawn mower . . . your car . , your tools . .. your office typewriter? Not loo bad, or you'd do something about it. . But, what 'about the Ihings your, wife has to use? That washing, machine she inherited from Great Aunt Min, for instance. Or does she still break her bsc!-: over the washboard? Stop and think! now much time docs she spend unnecessarily In the cellar? Tl costs so little, today, to get the right machine lo do her work. Yes, RIGHT machine. Every family's needs arc different. That's why EASY makes ALL three. Only EASY can show you all three in action at tha same time. Come in and tell us about your family . . . we'll see she gets Utc washer she nsedp. buyfeg machine be sure to CHECK UP ON THESE HIDDEN POINTS | OF DIETERENCEl ' n How ouy Ss it to ojjoiuMrt rj How much hot water and electricity does_tf«B» and what will they coot? D How large a load can U wash thoroughly .at on* time? C] How long docs it tafce to wash each teoxj? O How easy Is it on dothes? Q How well does it damp-dry the clothes? D How well is ft built? D 'Is it completely Bonderiied'to preretrfrust- ing n Has ft genuine Porcelain Enamel tubs whoro the wear comes? D Is it free from complicated valves and parts that need frequent mechanical attention? Q How many similar machines have been sold to satisfied users? O How long have these machines been in constanl service? .' O How. do various machines differ In operation? D Which type of machine U best suited to meet your individual needs? I .J NOW IN FULL SWING! The Sale that offers you new styles! Liberal credits! Greatly Reduced Prices! Shop..Evenings.By Appointment--Just Pliono 370! -Selections Held-iTor"Tiifiire'Delivery!

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