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Second Part Pages 9 to 16 VOL. 28, NO. 86. CONNELLSVILLE. PA., THURSDAY EV EJNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1930, SIXTEEN PAGEa Basketball TNG WORLD Basketball By JAJOS 31. DRISCOI L. High School Basketeers to Play At Scottdale on Friday Evening; Large Crowd to Witness Contest Cokers Will Have Large Bucking in Hitter Contest at Mill Town Armory. KEEN RIVALRY IS DISPLAYED Caseys Take Close Count Over Point Marion Stars; Brown Proves Big Menace The ConneLsville H i g h School basketball team will go to Scottdnle [ tomorrow night for He second and last j same with the Milt Towners this I season. The g.ime ie to lx played at the new Armory and has already attracted much attention. To date the neighboring: basketeors haves mado u better showing against other lewguo to.uns of Section X than the Cokcrs but that has IHtlo bearing! on -what the-outcome of tomorrow's encounter may be. Thn Scottiee have already defeated the locals onco this \ season and last Tuesday night finished | ahead of the Latrobe aggregation w h o ; have twice dowsed the Orange a n d ' Black warriore. ThÂ« Gonnolltrrttle squad, hnckcd by hundreds of rooters hopee to even the j tterien. while tne Mill Townors are) eanaliy determined that auch fihall not I lie the case. Tt* Coker regulars p o r - j forraed in excellent style againÂ«t| Mount Pleasant High last Tuesday and | when they -were relieved in the latter j part of the third Quarter the Motinties ; Tvere trailing b.v more than a dozen points. That performance strengthened by last night's -practice session has molded the players Into a power- | f u l flve~ran team. j The Blu-e and White cagerc ere con-, fid-jnt of rieflor}- hut will not u n d e r - j rate the strength ot' the fighting! Colters and the contest promises to lo| t.h game of games. Their confidence j 1* partly based on the fact that the | Doldemen havo never played on t h e j .Armory court but the locals mean to j prove that even strange basketball! courts cannot cf-.uso them defeat. j Tho hnge a u d i t o r i u m iÂ« cissur-c) a; record crowd and arrangements a r e ; being made to 111! the hall to I t s ; capacity. Baske ball go-mes hotwcen j Connellsvllle am.- Scotldalo have always attracted U.rge crowds and efipp- cially when thcao garner are played j between the two schools, j North Union High Graduate Is Star For St. Vincent Louis Genovese Union. Township Hi; lived up to predictl ing him before the season opened inast) ing the St. Vinoen point honors. To d: f o r w a r d , h a s hit tl double deckers ant on 27 out of 3S trit Fifteen points beh iind Croan, the youi been making such Orean has hung up he toll down badly department scoring attempts. In third rangy forward who capped this season ios. Had Lengyel 1 either Oenovese or i doubt, that his tote- higher. Lengyel ha 21 times from the ft- good on nine out ot Cream walked off honors of having charged against hln man on the so.uad. '! he has been called o ranks second in thl: black marks againc Leugyol again rank The large number o! parts of Genoveso ai 110 doubt to the 1'ac are heavy scorers, and they are watch opposing reams. The summary of tl: sduad is as follows former North rh School star, has ina made concern- urea on t basketball inch as he is lead;. squad for high to the flashy little e basket for 32 has made good s on free throws, nd Genoveee we ig guard who has strides of late. J9 field goals, but u the free throw only 2.1 out ot 4-1 placo is LMtgyel, has been handi- becausft .Oif injur- Â·layeil as long as ilreari there iÂ« no -would bo much : looped tho ball Id and has made 17 free shots, with the dubious SCOTTDALE BOXERS ARE DEFEATED; ONE BY KAYO DECISION Joe "Pug" CaSerty, matchmaker, manager and promoter of "amateur" fistti: programs at Scottdale, must have taken to h-aart the licking administered to Butch Parker, his protege, because ho apparently didn't want anyone to k n o w about it. Parker _ met .Hmmy G i u c h o t t i of Uriiont.own, j Â·,vho has fought teveral tinu-;; for the j Connellsvllle Athletic C ' l u b , .and got u neat t r i m m i n g Tuesday night at Hcottdale Armory OctiTRe Gorcho.ik won by a technical knockout ovo:- Sam Faith, another Cafterty n n d e - s t u d y , while Bill McDowell, the third representative of Cafl'orty's, WEIS w!:ipped by Ray Hark- T. The two win-iers were from I'n- J o n t o w n . As Â« rule (when his boys arc the \ictorri) Pug HOC.-J that the newsp.i- i ers hear all aboi'.t it but--ivhun they j ose --_ Well that',-! a d'lfforent story. Genovese Crean L/engyel Boditar Westfall -- Ondrejiska Schuuuvkor Yankovich .... Totals -- Oppouenls more t h a n any oilier hlrty-three times i fouls. Gonovese branch w i t h 27 his name and , t h i r d w i t h 15. misj)layÂ« on the d Creun arc due that both boys ire very speedy : d HO closely by i scoring for the P. F. 2-7 3;; 15 7 14 10 10 14 133 124 CARD PARTY M.IRGH 4 SCOHDALE ARMORY BASEBALL BENEFIT SCOTTDALE, Fob. of the Scottdale llav hold u card party on March 4 at tho State be tor the benefit entry in tho Middle There will bo man. !0.--Tlie women ba!l Cluib will the evening of \rniory. It will ;' tho baseball Atlantic League. prizes. The Pi-ttsburg 1 I'lrates passed through Fort Madison. la., last night enronle to Paso Rcybli-s, Gal., for the spring training eampi'gn. Youthful World's Track Cl lamp Irish Contingent Plays in Opening Attraction at State Armory. FINAL COUNT IS 21 TO 18 ConnsllBvlllohask-etban teams scored a (loul-le t r i u m p h last evening at tlie State Armory when the Casoy Club defeated Point Marion by a 21 lo IS count and th-o Koagy Corner iuintot topped tho Oooan Park passers -1 to 21. Due to the Jftto arrival of tho Ocean Park players the Casey-Point Marion encounter which was scheduled for the main attraction was turned into the preliminary game. H was a hotly contested battle throughout as first one team and then the other tiee-sawod into lhn lead but in the latter part of the liiu.1 quarlor tho locals worked tip H throe-point advantage which 1hey kept u n t i l the whistle blow. Kemp and "Cecc" Conn, individual stare, were affected by the cloÂ«o guarrf- iug of Schilling and Hcckimenti. Theeo two era;-.It players were held 1o a single field g-al apiece. Cece was way off on foul tihootitig as he only registered two oiii of eight attempts. "Hincy" Drown was a constant menace to tho visiting aggregation. It waÂ« t h r o u g h his off or to that tho local club played tug with the no-ore in tho lust halt'. With but two Minutes of play let'!, it was his til'th and lawt field goal tlii-t gave the Careys a one-point advanUii;e and then S c h i l l i n g scored ^mother of hiÂ« famous one-handed ihruals to clinch Die contCBt. Tho ]ine-up: Casoys--2h Point. Marlon--18. Phillirie F Miller HchtHJn;; F _ Hoffarth Jfclementl --___C Conn McCleary ..G 1. Coatollo 1'alovchalk __ --G C. Conn Substitutions--FerenehuUi V-or Phillips, Brown for Schilling. Field fjoats--Schilling, Drown 5, De- I'lementi. Paiovehulk ^, Miller, Jloffarth 3, K. Conn, Gostgllo, C. Conn. FoulÂ«--PhillipK, mtesed 5; McCleary, 2 out of 3; 1'alovchalk, 1 out of 1; K.. Conn, 1 out of S; Costello, 1 out of 4; C. Conn, 2 out Â£ R. Referee--Phillips, Sere by quartern: Caseys ,. 4 5 1 8--21 Point Marion 1 0 3 6--IS POLISH DUCKS TEAM WHIPS PACKERS CLUB IN CAPSTAN LEAGUE The Polish Department, won tho odd game fro:n the Packing Departmont in tho Capstan Glass Bowling ]ague at i the Blk alleys. Plttement WHS high! with a total of 428 for tho three con-' tee-K The scc-ree: PACKING DEPT. Kaylor .-- 108 115 UiO ;!S2 .P. Miller 112 126 KKi 344 McBlhanÂ«jr 13Fi 94 i:ti ar0 Landcrtelt 116 SS Ml 345 King ____153 141 liM -127 Miller , 117 M-t 1il2 418 Totals _ _740 70S SS3 22S1 PCUKH DI3PT. SPORT SI. DELIGHTS -- By-JACK SORD5 SAM CtCE. 60 KOOSM, 8ABt= RtTTM, eeoec SISUBPI, DM AOBST, LEFTY FRED SCMOLTB. AMD BILL TERRY ALL. STA.RTEO YAeiR. BASB6AU. AS GOOSH 6oSU(4 LEO THE ' vwm AVEBAGB OF- Bi/T \ -THE: CLEVGlArtD ROSTER of 1 37 PI-AVER.S Â«=OCt lÂ«53o, ARR Â»T Belle Veinon Will Oppose Dimbar Township on Friday Night at Leisenring Floor Sports Comment By JOHN H. WI :ORK3. Harry E. Cramer is etpectod to be reap'polnted preeWent of tho Soottdale farm ot tba St. Louia Keagy Comers Take Game From Ocean Park Quintet MOUNT PLEASANT CONQUERS HURST BASKETBALL TEAM 80nth Side Team Pile Up Advantage in Final Quarter Of (Srcat Clash. MOID NT PI-KABA.VT, Fob. 2' Mount Pleasant High }chool ball team dÂ«foiitÂ«t Hurst High Ifiet night, ?,G tu 7. Paladin Benedict led thÂ« scoring, P. scoring nliw baskets tn-! B- coiurttng nflvo. Mursl. ms^e b field goalis. K u r t K , cotrter, a S m i t h , substitute for Joiww, di .--Tho Â·aBket- ichool i and I adino nedict tt two d W. I the GENE FLOTO IS SCORING STAR Pitffime-nt :i.Tl 1'7 l O Shipley 1.17 1215 !?, Noschese 140 11(5 143 Hadock 108 1.33 H7 MÂ«toalÂ£ .._._ - .115 130 133 Ambrism 130 123 158 428 379 Hurst wafi hold scorelws Hn third quarter which ended 28-2 halt ended 26-0 und tha entir. and White second seam ptarte- second half. Ben-edict and Paladlnc best form for tho Iwale. The line-tip: Mt. ricasant-flÂ«. B0rixlict __ I 1 ' L Paladino ^ CiU Volkln Â· _ Ahromson r ~*i Â· McC Score by period*: Mt. Pleasant ^ W 2 Htirsi 0 2 Kulistltutlonfl--Shields for Bos Valiantd for !-Viladlno, Marel Kroetl, Miller for Volkiii, Simino Ahromson, StTelio for Campbe Smith for Jones P u l l e r ton fc Smith. Field goals--Benedict t, Pald Volkiu, Abromsou, Simmons, Knr Smith. Foul goate--Mount Pteaaftnt, 2 . 8; Hurst, 3 out ot 11. Referee--Hardy. n The Blue the the nt--7. hman ipbell Kurtz ,ToneÂ« wgan 8--36 B-- 7 edict, for a for I, M. Â· M. no 9, z, M. u t o t CHRISTIAN CAGERS DEFEAT GREENWOOD IN FAST CAGE G/.ME Totals .7-17 781 .138 417 81(5 23-J4 PENN STATE WRESTLERS FACE CORNELL SATURDAY Se?cntcen-yeaj-oid Olive KrugÂ«r, orphan girl of Chattaaoog i, TÂ«nn., fend holder of t h Â« world's 40-yard and 60-yard daah raconls, trains here for her r.cjrt competition. Olive is Acheduled to run today in thÂ« MÂ«adoÂ«bnjk Club meet in Philadelphia. STATE COLLEGE, Feib. 20.--Facing tlif team that ties! them lor second place in the intercollegiate championships last year, P-eim State's wrestlers will atte-mot to get tho,edge ov-or Cornell In th-3 1930 campaign In a dual meat hera .Saturday. Btute anil Corn e l l tied will 20 points each last March, traillri'g thg Lehigh champions. W i t h :thi! Ithacans and Pen:n State regarded i.s two* of tho leading contenders in th asaoclalion, this year, the coming meet \\"iH throw some llg-lit on the probable chances of each in t h e championships n e x t m o n t h . The ' mcH will ho tho single a t h l e t i c event i o f ihe week-end tor Peivn StalB home I fans, the txxiiiÂ£ t e a m being away ( f r o m homf and the haskotball team I Idle. The Christian Boaixiata defeat* G-reenwood Church five la:?t eyoni the Christian Clinn.-h gymnstsiuro hard fought game. The ncore w l.o 19. It was an even battle u n t i l the quarter when the Chrlntiane vo into the lead and pilod up a lid varrlage-, George Moeaholder wa high scorer with five Held goate ; single foul. The lino-np: CJirlstlans-ay B. Mossholder F G. Moosl.older.... F D. Trump C G. Truui'ji _ G _.. Witt G Substitutions--- Cyphur for D. Tr Field goals--S. Mosshoktor, O. J holder, I). Trump, (i. Trump, Wit JiynÂ«3, D. Jaynes 2, Martin 'i.- Foul goals--Christians, 1 out Greenwood, 3 out of 12. Refr-ee--liann, "Umpire--CUarloavorth. I the ig at in a is 27 final aped ad- thfe nd a Tlight on the hÂ«Â«Js of the CasÂ«y- Polat Marion Â«ngag-emcnt caaio the Keagy Corue-r-Ocean Park game, the locals winning' 24-21. This contest was equally as exciting and in some respects was much like tho previous struggle had beoti. It was not until, .the latter part of tho final quarter that; Corner outfit forged into the lead and finished with a throo-point advantage. The victory was duo to tho stellar playing and accurate shooting of Gene Floto, who through his own effort*' counted lor 10 points in that last period, getting six of them from the foul .line. Bursts of applause greeted the youth as he registered six out of six attenvpts from the free zone, almost in succession. Tho visiting quintet fought das-per- ately in the w a n i n g roinat.es of play to retrieve ita lost advantage but It was a hopeless light. The South Sldors realizing that but a short time was loft to play displayed a calnmefia that was plainly discernible. They passed the. ball, with incredible swiftness and accuracy and many timos in those last few minutes the ovai careened oil the hoop w h e n it seemec, like a sure score. When ths gam? ond-ed tUo hall was still in ttveir possession. The lino-up: Keufrr Corner-- 21. OcttÂ»n Park--21. Brgin .F. Roland Floto F. Snyder Guynn --.--. .C Bomig King ---- G McXL'ann Mi 11 er' G , Welty .Substllutlons--Bolters for Miller, Fisher for Roland, Zatfy for Snyder. Field goals--Bergin 3, Floto 4, G u y n u , Upland, Zaffy 2, Roinig 2, Mc- C'anii. Fouls--iBergln, 1 out of 2; Ploto, 6 out oÂ£ 8; Sellers, 1 out ot 2; MoCann, made 1; Roland,. 4 out of 5 missed 2; Roinig, 4 ont of 6. Score by quarters: Keagys 2 7 Ocean Park 4 '7 Itef-Bi'eo--McClure. According to reliable Information received there ia ample reason, to believe that Cramor, who directed the team last season, will a.^iu he given this assignment. Cramer operated the l*H rooter Â«o enoceae fully Uiat many l^cal fans are requeeting that he be cl osen for another term and ii was faid that thie popular request may be fsilflllod by the National League Club ov/nera. Harry knows tho ina and outs oÂ£ baseball Erom thÂ© standpoint, of a fan and ae mogul. Hte vas . knowtetlge will mijiko him a valuable addition if the CardinaUi place him tn tho porma- notit roll. Th* Rickey j ogimo would make no mistake In retailing- the popular diamond follower lot only for the 1830 drlvo Irwt for succeeding canipjilgtiB as well. The Cardinals have not a5 yflt mado public their appointee ptssioly deferring this for several weeias at least. However, thoeo in the "krow" aro predicting that Harry will gtt tbe a8Bij;n- mont and wo hope that oar congraJ:u- lationo will not he znisp aced. Cramer Â«aid that he w-mld give up the diamond activity wl:en the 1JI29 reason eatnc to a close 7-ut local fol- lowem have leen prevailing upon him to accept the position if it is offered him and it has been lef.rned that a fow communications liav-i heen fÂ«r- wared to Branch Ilickej , vice-preBi- dont and business manager. Harry lÂ« non-oommitttal. He's oo modest, feeling that whatever he does ie expected of him a-s it ie In t) e line of his duty. He performed h i s task well and we hope that he gete o-appointed. Coach Shearer Striving to "CocKy" Attitude Out of Crack Outfit, SEWICKLEY IS FOE TUESDAY The general feeling ths.t scholastic athletics is a paying proposition ie given a rude set back in t ve following excerpt from the "lle-l Peppers" column of the Brownsville Telegraph: "GenerÂ«.l apathy of f;i.na toward High School sports at Payettc City may be the mean^ of loss of .ill kinds of scholastic sportc in that comtnanfty. School officials declared that the basketball games are inci rring a deficit on the home floor such that the sport will have to be give a up. In a recent game the receipt*- were just about half the amount the referee had to be paid with nothing t j take care of 1ha rental of the flooi and other expensed incident to the floor game. The Fayetto City team wilt go through with two more jfames on ks schedule, thoao with Belle Vernon lligli. Tho first w!U b playaii Marc i 4 on the home floor wltli the eeeoid on the Bolle Vernon floor March ". Whether any other gameÂ« wiijl bÂ« played or whether sports will bo ejoneorcd In future years will depend entirely on the fans whose support Is absolutely necceaary." Tho strong 1 Belle Vernon baekcteers Â·will appear at the Leisenring No. 1 gymneaiuin on Friday evening to oppose the Dunbar Townehip High School quintet which in occupying: at this time first position in Section XII, "W. P. I. A. League. While Bruce Shearer's boyÂ« are expected to come through "with a win, having ?a8lly mastered the l!Â«!lleÂ« at. that place eome time ago ttio invaders cannot be taken too litfMJy. The "cockineea" of the Hod and Black dribblers nearly cost an exhibition game at layette City the other night and there's much likelihood that the skipper will BOO to it thai, the team (foes not regard any foe as "easy meat." Dunbar has whipped 12 opponents in 13 n-tarts and the only revereal was by a single jwint whj^h liaÂ«5 served to make D. T, rather "cocky." The practice aeseions give every indication that the mentor wants the boyr-i to lose this attitude. Tho Belle Version game will be a trying one and will have much bearing on the title status a*j an upset for Dunbar may mean the loss of the gonfaVon. Unquestionably the battle at Se- wlckley Township neit Tuesday evening, the final one in the circuit, provided a tie doee not result, "will settle the pennant dtepute. Jack Qainn Walks 15 Miles Each Day For His Training Snyder, 5 10--24 5 5--21 Green woo W. H. Jt D. JE M D, --10 Witt ynee rnes i.rtin Bolt imp. oee- , H. E 2; West Virginia University defc ited Waynesburg, -31 to 28, yest.erda at Morgautown. The Mountaineers oppose- the Pitt Panthers Saturday r i g h t at Pittsburg. Other sport news on PE.-ge SLxi sen. PARAMOUNT TAKES ODD CONTEST FROM EI1SJHJCKS SQUAD Pararooirtit won the odd game from the Elka last night on tho Biks allays. The ecoree: PARAMOUNT. Halfhill 165 !)9 141 406 Wagner '. 161 !)0 14B ^93 Clallagher IDS 138 137 Â»81 Skoba ,9'2 141 13S3 3.68 Vernoky 160 07 14-2 399 Totals Trinipkey ... Tippman -- Briokman _ ITathburn ..... Dummy Widmer .--- Totals --. 686 563 697 1946 ELKS. 134- 124 90 34S 110 157 110 377 . 112 162 111 3S5 170 159 125 454 100 lOfl 100 130 230 .'..Uafi 7-(Ki 536 1884 State Boxers to Meet North Carolina Team STATE COLLEGE, Fel. 20.--The Penn State boxiivg team .viil gro to avial Hill, N. C.,. next Saturday for Us first away-froni-homo neet of Use season. This -will be the first time that the Lions have met ;i southern team in mora than four yea-s. HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Feb. 2 0 -- O l d Jack Quiun, the pitching Methusrla.h of tho Philadclpl-ia Athletics, is j u s v aboui caught m with Ills moumaiu climbing. With Hmimio Burke, prize \vnp wag- gcr of the Chicago Cubs, hVs leader of the apti-KOlf brigade of tho baseball conditioning league now in session ai. Hot Springs. Mountain climbing; is tho o n l y method of getting in Kliapn sayÂ« John Picu-s, who sneers at a golf club, loaves his hotel every morning al. a trot, jogs u[ tho meet perpenllculur asucnt to ba found in these p-arts, mid covers p to 15 miles be-fore breezing bar.k to t'ho showers, Uurke, tho B r u i n coacli, follows Hf a inoro leisurely pace preceded by old Jack's disciples. Bill Shores, 1i-Â«;htnaii of the A's h u r l i n g corpn; . l u h n u y M-jsli!, former While SSox outliclder, now w i t h Toledo of (lie A n t o r l c a n As- Hociatrot!, HIM! anyone el:;(^ who can stand tlie gaff. Qulnii wlio is 40 .vcars old h n s foJ- lowed tliis eonclitioniog r o u t i n e for j.^ years auJ swears by )t us i n d u c i n g baseball vigor and longevity. l!o starts w i t h live m i l n H a day, gradually lengthening tho distance t o 15 milcr". Tho jiuint.s are followed by a dip in the spa's Hernia! waterR. Q u i i i n by the- way is a g r a d u a t e of the ConiiellsvHlo aauJlots, playins 1'iv t!ie Gohers iu 190! before he niovcrf into faster company. Jack f o r m e r l y resided at Uunbar w h e r e he and Chris Wagner, now p r o p r i e t o r of tho Param o u n t Theatre in Contiollsvillc, sponsored a fast independent ball team. r Newest Portia Also an Athlete Miss Mary O'Loughlin, graduate of the Duqutane University, Pittsburgh, has just passed the Pennsylvania State Board examinations as sn attorney. She is u sister of Dave and John O'Loughlin, nationally known tennis stars. Miss O'Loughlin has also achieved local note OB the Arid.