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February 17, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

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' U1UAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1939. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVTLLE PA, PAGE THIKTDE.X. LEAGUE WILL MAKE PLANS FOR TOURNEY Schools in Running for Honors to Be Represented at Meeting. TO NAME CAGE CHAMP MARCH 11 PITTSBURGH, Feb. 17--Dnector Eudore Groleau of the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League basketball circuit announced today that it as planned tentatively to start the W. P. I A L elimination tournament late next week He scheduled a meeting an Pittsburgh next Wednesday night in which officials of teams that need to participate in the elimination tournaments -will meet with the league basketball committee. Groleau indicated that the W. P. I A. L championship game will be held in Pittsbuigh Satuiday, March 11 Pennsylvania Inteischolastic Athletic League regional games will open March 15 with the semi-finals March 18 and the State championship scrap Maich 25 Butler Pligh School was pushed into the lead of the Section 3 title race when the W P. I A. L decisions committee declared the reeent Ellwood City victory over Butler was "no contest" Elhvood City won 19-18, but an error in timing bi ought a pioteit The game will be replayed at Ellwood City, probably March 24 Each school must declare Two Cokers Meet latrobe Tonight, to Play Host To Scots in Last Til! (Baseball, typically American sport , urfold a fabc'nntmg storj'oE the national sprang from the 'grass roots " progtcased gan . L ln tWs se les Corking fr = Ccn- steadlly with the growth of America until It stands supreme today-the favorite I tonnlal o[ Baseball the high'I B ht,, since pastime of millions One hundred years | 1839 hjuc been c*cp'cted Down to old New York town came baseball in 1842, when a group of orts-mmded men assembled weekends, laid out a playing field on 27th street, defied their coats, and pro- ceeced to play this new game in a crude but enthusiastic way. Among them was a piogrossive-rmnded gentleman named Alexander J Cartwright Cart\\ nght observed the progi ess the Eagles, the Emp .e Baseball Club Tins is a night of champions at Stele Armory Fo- the first time in the mstoij of independent basketball in this city two lecogn zed State championsh p basketball teams will baJ.le with local quirlets 01 the same bill Stalling promptly at 7 4 5 o'clock, Company K of Bindford, State Na- lioral Guard kings, will meet the local Howitzers Captained by High-Pockets" Harry Scullcy, loi- fei Long Island University star, the bojs from McKean county have won 18 games and lost but five this Manhattan, tne Excelsiors, Put- j SQE150n Sculley ,ias scoied 350 nams, Eckfords and Atlantic^ in Biooklyr weie among these Inter- boio competition giew keen The Kmckeibockers appeared with the first baseball unilorm in 184D, natty tailor outfits designed by the club blje woolen pa-its, \\hite flannel shirts and stiaw hats' Mohair caps weren t substituted for fio straw hats until 1855 of the players, and proposed that in- Basoboll n Nc\v Yoik was known asmuch as they enjoyed the sport why not organ ze a baseball club' This suggestion wasn't adopted until Septembei 3, 1845, when the Knickerbocker Baseball Club came .nto being Then teams had nine men on a side. As the city grew, they were forced to move uptown to the Murray Hill section to find a piaymg field, and eventually grounds here also became scare One day the players boaided the ferry for Hoboken, N. J, then popular as a resort, and there they discovered the . .. Elysian Fields, an ideal plate foi its intentions of. pai ticipatmg in the | t[l g lr game icplay by 4 P. M Fuday, or the one failing to do so will foifeit the game In anothei action, the decisions committee aw aided a recent McKees- port-Munha'l game to McKeespoit because John Frena, Ivlunhall guard, ·u. as found to be ^neligiole after the first half because of the league's six- semester rule CHURCH DARTBALL LEAGUE NOTES Andrew Philip Class of First Methodist Episcopal Church went into first place in the Church Dartball League by taking three games from the "veterans" known as First Methodist Episcopals while the Evangelicals were idle, not being able to play the Baptists. Cnristians took three from the Presbyterians and report that they are not out of the running yet. United Brethren still ha-v, c their eyes on first place for they ·won three from Greenwood The M. P. team, although in last place, is bound to make itself heard and out- noised the German Lutherans by garnering two games The lesults of the games Under then* newly adopted lules, which followed Doubleday s pattern, the Knickerbockers played their first official game on June 19, 1846, with i pick-up team called the New Yoik club The pitching distance was 45 feet. They played only four innings, the rules providing that 21 acres, or runs, would deteimme the winners At the end of four hands, or -nnings, the New Yorks chalked up a victor}, 23 to 1. Following the Knickerbockers other clubs rapidly sprang up in the New York area with resullant rivalry between the teams The Washington club, later the Gothams, as the Ne-v York game, but in New England anothei \cision retailing rrany of the featmes o£ town ball was being played This was called the Massachusetts game, and runners were still plugged with thrown balls Because of existirg confusion on rules in \ anous sections, the Kmck- eibockeis called the first baseball convention in 1857 and f.om this was eiorved 'oigamzcd baseball" with a ·uling body called the National Association of Baseball Players The i jles were i ev isod to provide f 01 n no innings Then called strikes weie m- tioduced although there w e t e no called ballb This eliminated delays caused by batteis waiting out pitchers Two all-star teams, repiesentmg Brooklyn and Manhattan, were selected in 1858 to play a series o£ three games at the Fashion Race Course on Long Island. Admission of 50 cents was charged, 1,500 attended the opening game, and Manhattan won the series, two games to points while playing in 20 games At 8 45 o'clock, the Westmghouse Electiic and Manufacturing Company s glamoi team, girl champions ot Pennsylvania and onp of the outstanding female teams ^f the United States, will play Connellsvillc Hec- rea ion Center Shamrocks The gorgeous golden cyclone from East Pittsbuigh will once more feature Mniy Braaley, who 's by far the ·smoothest forward piaymg girls b.isketball in the Pittsbuigh district. Miss Biadley is also well known for hei track ab.lity, holding all of the Al'egheny Mom-tain Association A. A U sprint records for gir's Another hack star who also make: basketball headlines is "Jumping" Jean Shanefelt, scintillating center for the visitors Mifs Shanefelt, who could double for Sonja Heine In looks, holds the Allegheny Mountain Association, A A U, iccord in the high jump for gills at five feet So far this beacon Wcstingbouse has v r on 15 games and lost but one one tacle The crowds enjoyed the spec- Thc plajcrs wo"-e long pants, fancy blouses and wide peaked caps, and the umpue was in his glor with high silk hat, frock coat and side- bums Andrew Phillips First TT. P. United Brethren Greenw ood Christians Presbyterians . 11 _._ 1 Methodist Piotestants German Lutherans 10 Overtoil Lassies Bow fo Paramount; In Hectic Contest The Oveiholt Lassies dropped a 19-14 decision to the Paramount girls team of Dunbar Kec.eation Center Saturday night at Scoltdale State Armory. The line-ups Overholt Marg. Mai tin, t Desmone, f Chapman, f Lardin, c Guldenshuh, L Mary Martin, g Huff, g Boyer, g _ -- Totals Dunbar Lassies Bogusky, f C DiNello, f . Spangler, c . M. DiNello, g _. Jaivis, g ,, ,, Mancini, f _ ,, Minerd, t Totals _ . 9 1 19 Score by quarters. Oveiholt Lassies . . 6 4 0 4--14 Dunbar Lassies 2 6 4 7--19 Refeiee--Gordon PAR AMOUNTS GIVEN SCARE AT MONESSEN Win by One Point as Home Five Spurts in Last Period CINEMAS PILE UP EARLY LEAD Paramount quintet got a scare at Monessen Thursday night when Speers A. C of that place spurted in the final quarter to almost overtake the classy Yough City youngsters who had been leading by a comfortable margin the first three quarters However the theatre lads, playing without the services of "Em" McMullen, stellar center, came through with a 39-38 victory. The line-ups Paramount^ G Conway, t 2 Redstone Wins Court Pennant Section 15 in Cowan Scores 43 Points As Fayette Sows Alex Cowan, of near Webster, star forward on the Rostraver Township High basketball team, estabhsned a new W P I A L. scoring record Thursday night as Rostraver humbled Faeytte City 62-35. Cowan made enough markers to wm the contest, accounting for field goals and seven fouls for the amazing total of 43 points. These points push his total for 12 leagu games to 218. Including the eigh exhibition games this year in which he participated, the youth has tallied 308 points. Stipa, f . . Brown, c - - _ Khne, g Blascy, g Testa, I Totals F 0 2 1 2 1 1 Pis. 4 10 7 10 39 Non-scoring substitute--Mancondi Moncssen Speers, f f .. CITY KECRL'ATION CENTER BASKETBALL LEAGUE JUNIOR DIVISION Standing of the Clubs. W. L. St Rita Jrs. ._ 2 Comets _ 2 Oglevees . 1 Willow Inn Jrs. .. 1 Streamliners _ 0 North End Tigers 0 Pet. 1 000 1000 500 500 000 000 Young Men's Division. Paramount Dawson Pleasant Level Leisemmg Greenwood Hillcrest W. 2 . 1 1 . 0 0 Pet. 1.000' 1000 500 500 000 000 The schedule for Satmdaj JUNIOR DIVISION Streamliners vs Willow Inn Jrs, State Armory, 10 A M Comets vs. North End, 10 40 A. M. St Hjta vs. Ogle\eei, 11 20 A. M. Cowell, Curl, c Zelaska, g Griffith, g Stanley, f G . 0 _ 4 . 2 . 0 5 _ 1 18 ,1 Pts. 0 9 4 11 2 38 Totals Non-scGi ing substitutes--Duncan, Davenport Score bv quartets Pararrounts 9 11 12 7--30 Monessen 8 S 11 14--38 Referee--Kerns. Umpire--Smith YOUNG MEN'S DIVISION Leiienrmg vs Greenwood, 1 P M Hillcrest vs Pleasant Level, 1 40 P M Paramounls vs. Dawson, 2 30 P M Keep Warm With "Champion" Wishful wishing won't keep you -warm -- b u t Champion Coal will! We have all kinds of coal and guarartee immediate delivery. Two Sards: McCormick at Gibson Ave., and South Arch Street. Coming ftom ochind like a champion in the stretch, Redstone Township High quintet got its offense clicking to wipe out a lead that had been maintained throughout three quartets and swept on to a 28-22 vic- loiy over Noith Belle Vernon and the championship of Section 15 in the W P. I A L Diluzio, clever Bedstone forward, was guarded so closely that he was unable to get many tries at the basket but crossed up the opposition's defense by feeding the ball to Varnak who came throtign with 14 points (o pace his mates to the sectional gon- ialon. One more game remains on the Bedstone schedule but with the "bacon" safely tucked auay, Coach "Boots" Shives will probably rest his fir^t-strmgers m next Monday's en- gagenent with German Township. Basketball Results Bill Swift Signs TJp. Pitcher Bill Sw ft has accepted the Pirates terms for 1939, being the 20th to sign up Paul Wanci, Gus Suh , Jim Tobin, Russ Baueis and Bill Biubaker ha\ e not signed 'Georgetown 45, Carnegie Tech 41 Bethany 4D, St Vincent 45. Geneva 30, Waynesburg 25. Muhlenberg 45, Bucknell 31. "Extra period Says Biscuit Will Kun. Owner Charles S Howard an nounced the soreness has disappeare from Seabiscuit's left ankie and tha the 1838 handicap champion will b galloped Saturday to determin whether he can be started in th S100.000 Santa Anita handicap o March 4 Woodruff on Radio. Johnny Woodruff, the city's mid die distarce ace, will be featured "The Book of Sports" WHJB rsdt feature at 5.45 o'clock Saturday af ternoon 1938 Earnings Lou. Thirty Class One Railroads faile to earn expenses and taxes in 103 TRADE-IN BULOVA Terms as Low as 50c Weekly Credit Jewelers Second National Bank Bid?.* Opp Orpheum Theatre. Continued from Page Tv,eive al£ Scottdale wiU be heie Tues- j West Newton has the flag ir its "hip pocket" an Section 17 inasmuch as it must lose its lemairurg two games if either Dunbar or Rostraver are to have a look-in. At best it could only be a tie and it would be an upset of the flist order if either Perry Township tonight or South Huntingdon Tuesday should cause this to happen Dunbar plays at South Huntingdon tonight Ligoniei, leader in Section 13, can clinch Deiry game the title tonight by beating Borough which trails by a and a half The Mountaineers cornpl :te their schedule tonight but Derry has to meet Deny Township next Tuesday Two victories for Derry would tie them with Ligomei tor the sectional championship. 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