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PAGE TWELVE, THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, Basketball Bo ibketball COKER PASSERS PLAY AT HOME /TONIGHT Sportoriais By JOHN H. WI10EIC Sports Editor ONCE WE WEKE FISH? Dancing doesn't come under the heading ol sports but the subject ol flsh does so we are "prompte'd to'^ass" on to you the pronouncement of Dr. Foster Kennedy, famous brain surgeon and neurologist ol Cornell University and Bellcvue Hospital in New York City, before the Pan- American Medical Association who in giving science's answer., to the question: ^JWhy j3o we dance?" said: ~ --~ ~~~~ ~~ -- ~ "We dance because once we were .- . --- - SUU1C We've had- the monkey angle- WPA pitched in our direction "from time to timo since Clarence Darrow's big moment d o w n South - but the speckled, finny creatures had been spared up to now. Whether the doctor drew his conclusion after he sow some of the dancers gliding on the door "iUled to the gills" we don't know. But back to Dr. Kennedy's discourse. His thesis was lengthened into an encyclopedic- 'discussion of "The Organic Background of the Mind," highly^instructiye for ncurologisti, doctors m general and even the loy. In his own words, our dancing is n symbol of the whole complex relationship between the architecture of the body, especially the nervous system, and .what we call "mind." International" News Service quoted Dr. Kennedy: "Did it ever occur to you why we dance, why we like to dance? Dancmgsurcly seems a curious occupation lor a rational animal. Your psycho-analyst will probably tell S'ou that we dance in order to have sex on the half-shell. I think this is confusion of thought. They .interpret the purpose of dance, without explaining why such quaint occupation should exist at all. "I believe that the reason why the human animal dances lies in an odd anatomical and physiological circumstance. It is in our eighth cranial nerve, the auditory nerve, Continued on Page Thirteen, Plans Completed For Wildlife Show In Baltimore, Md BALTIMORE, Feb. 4.--With al preliminary arrangements having been made the officials of the North American Sports, Garden and Outdoor Life Show arc now completing the flnal"details for this outdoor spectacle, which will open in Baltimore next week. In addition to such regularly scheduled events as log rolling, canoe tilting and exhibitions in swimming marksmanship and archery, arrangements have been made for spccia" events on each of the nine days of the show. On the opening day, which will be Friday, governors of various states officials of the Federal Governmcn' and notables from all sections of the country will take part m the ceremonies. On Saturday, the second day outstanding men and women including Lily Pons, Dr. Edward Kelly, Alfred G. Vandcrbilt and numerous other: who are members of the judges committee, will meet at the armory to determine the winning exhibits On Sunday,"which will be "Church Day," outstanding churchmen ot denominations _will_speak^ on the beauty and grandeur of all"out3oors xThe schedule for the remaining days is as follows: Monday, February 1*--Explorers Day. Tuesday, February 15, Sportsmen's Day. Wdencsday, February 16--Garden Club Day. Thursday, February 17--Grange and 4-H Day. " ' Friday, February 18--Chesapeake Bay and Eastern Shore Day. Saturday, February 10--Western Maryland Day. ALL AMATEUR BOXERS MAY T R A I N H E R E Recreation Center- Officials Provide Quarters For Fighters. CARD IN CITY " - _ - FEBRUARY 2V ." "All amateur boxers in " the Connellsville district are invited to resume training at the- Connellsville Recreation Center .Monday night. A special invitation is extended to boys who tire not members of the Center boxing team to make use of their, training facilities and work out under the supervision of Billy Carter and Teddy Mancuso. Boys from other clubs are likewise invited to use these quarters which include a regulation ring, punching bags, medicine balls and shower bath. This service is all free, no charge of any kind being assessed the boxers. BoxmR will start at 7 30 m the evening and the public is invited to come in and witness the workouts and to tnkc part In the activities, conducted at 110 South Arch street. With the American Legion promoting nmatcur boxing shows, starling February 21, local boys will be slv- cn an opportunity to appear before home town crowds. This type of show will prove more attractive Ihr.n the long drawn out Pittsburgh tournaments where boys were often compelled to box twice in one night. The Legion Is creating an opportunity for ambitious boys who wish to become boxers nnd the Conncllsville Recreation Center offers th«e boys the place in which to train for forthcoming bouts. Leading Penn Stale Baskeieers Play Two Games Away This Week PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 4.--The leading Pcnn State qumtct faces its stlffcst assignment of the young Eastern Conference basketball campaign this week, appearing on the road twice against formidable foes, tonight the unbeaten Nittany Lions engage Temple here and on Saturday continue on to Washington to battle Georgetown. Both Temple and Georgetown arc tough barriers on their home courts and if tho Lions can snare one of the two frays their chances for gaining the crown will be exceedingly bright, for already the charges of Johnny Lawther own one away-from-home victory, downing Carnegie Tech ol Pittsburgh several weeks ago. Temple, returning to the conference wars after nosing out both West Virginia and Carnegie on tne road in its most recent starts, will take on West Virginia here Saturday. The Owls have played thrcfc games on the road, winning two and a pair of triumphs this week will keep them very much in the race. Georgetown, which handed Pittsburgh a 50-47 defeat last week, which game marked the third setback at home in nearly nix seasons of conference competition for the Panthcn, were handed a one-sided setback by Pcnn State the next night, -,o the Hoyas_wjll be sharpening their Guns for the Lions who, at the same time, will be pnmcd for the invasion of ·Temple's lair, Tor -the Owls were the only aggregation to twice dpf at State last season. By United Press. SANDXJSKY, Ohio, Feb. 4--Mrs. Dan Morris, freckled and auburn- laired, who hid behind a post at her firsfwrestllng match a few years ago, snid today that she was "getting along okay so far" with the wrestling promoting she took up after her promoter husband's death. Mrs. Morns, pretty and only in her Inte twenties, became a full- fledged promoter ot weekly "grunt and groan" shows here and in Elyria, Ohio, after the sudden death of her husband last .summer. It was her own decision. Her .friends promised their support nnd she decided to carry on. "I think it was the excitement of it all that persuaded me to do it. And it's Iccpt me going." she smiled. Wrestling fans in both cities have shown confidence in the sprightly young widow. Cash at the box office, even in the current recession, has held up, the pert young womnn admitted, shruwringly. 'There really isn't nny slump In the .wrestling game. I guess." Mrs. Morns' husband rose from wrestler to piomotcr. In his ring days, his young helpmeet could not al first bear what she called "the brutality." 'I hid behind a post the first lime I saw Don climb into the ring. But I changed my mind later. 'It Isn't so brutal, cspocially after you meet some of the fellows. I became a rabid fnn." The prim Mrs Morris acquired her training in promotion similarly. When Morris left the img and started promoting, his wife handled the box-offlco duties In Hint way, ;hc met the wrestling participants. Now a piomotT in her own name, she has hired an tiRcnt to do the actual mntch-mnking. "I watch the business. I gi\c the contestants the once-over before the card is offered to the public." As referee for hoi mutches, she uses George Nichols, retired light heavyweight boxing champion. Mrs. Morris was nskcd If shr c\cr had run into emergencies which required her retorcclng. "No " rhc smiled, "but I would get right in there if I hid to." Younjrn'DOd Wants Games. Benny's Lunch of Youngwooo" would like to meet some of the lightweight teams" "of ConnoIIsvIUe and eufrounding district. The club is composed of fo'rmer high school players. For games call Youngwood 3514 or write Benny's Lunch al Youngwood. - - - Purchase of MAJESTIC RANGE -Jei. 7 to 72 Only The kitchen is the heart of (he hoenc tnl the Miicit/c Rtocc i * the heart of lh kitchen. Majcuic RJORC* hare be*o first choice for three Rcoerjtmns. Artil- sble on eair term*. Get» MajcMic this week and let tius bcauuful kuchcaware sec iKtE, Late News Flash! This Btaxttful Kitcfjentparf Set Triple weight whhe cnifflel.. chrome caters ... bikeUtc knobs , blick hot* torn iirej fuel tod cookinc time- NEW LOW PRICES on All MAJESTIC RANGES "VVc Haic n Complete line of Genuine Mnjestic Tarts. SCOTTDAIYK I'hone 2S9. Phono 135 She Hid Behind Post Af First Wrestling Match, Now Promotes 21 HIGH SCHOOLS I N WESTMORELAND CAGE TOURNAMENT GREENSBURG. Feb. .--Twenty- one high schools have been entered in the Westmoreland county intcr- .scholastie basketball toum.imer.t that will be held in Greensburg IliKh School Bymn.isium on March 4, 5, II urd 12, it was announced tod.iy. The entries include Greonibu Jcannette, Norwin, Hurst. Dcrry Townihip, Scottdnlc, Monesscn, Arnold, Unmwy of Mount Plc.is.int, Scwickley Township, Rostravt-r Towmhip, Hell Township, South HuntinRdon Township, Enst Hunt- mKdon Tow nship. Washington Township, Avonmorc. Dcrry, Youngwood, Tra/Iord. West Newton and Franklin Township. Tommy Spe/gal Features Fistic Card on Monday PITTSBURGH, Feb. 4.--Promoter Jake Mintz and his partner, Barney McGinlcy, are confident that the box- Ing show they are presenting at Motor Square Garden next Monday night will set a new box office record for indoor fistic productions in Western Pennsylvania. Pedro Montancz, sensation of two continents, tho hardest hitting lightweight in tho world and the number one contender for the world's 135 pound crown, will meet the pride of the Monongaheln Valley, none other than Tommy Spclgal of Uniontown in the mam event and the interest already manifested by the tremendous advance sale of tickets, indicates that Western Pennsylvania fans arc confident that Tommy will lick the sensational Puerto Rlcan and climb into the driver's scat among tho challengers for the world's lightweight chnmplonshlp. In support of the mam event, Promoter Mintz hoi lined up the most attractive preliminary card in years. He has Abe Simon, 280 pound Jewish heavyweight from New York, meeting Big Jim Thompson, 245 pound colored heavy of Pittsburgh, m the eight round «cmi windup. In one of the «lx round prelims, Wbitcy Schramm, Pittsburgh'* rlp- tcnring, glove throwing middleweight, meets Roy Chapman, former Uniontown boy and now fighting out of New York City. REDS AND YELLOWS BOWLING W I N N E R S Bowling on the Wc»t Pcnn alleys, the Rcd.s v.on three straights from the Greens and the Yellows took two out of three from the Bluei In the Glrli Hnlnbow League, The scores: BLUE N. Phillips 128 97 93 3t(5 dec 80 110 1-10 340 Smyth , !8 82 78 258 Seaton 88 99 77 242 Dlxon 50 B8 70 212 Francis 113 107 107 32 Totalt _ . 543 581 571 1695 YELLOW Rude -.128 85 132 348 Her 1 --v 63 ISK 63 288 _ 80 77 1H 271 _ 80 89 52 221 _ 88 88 03 217 Chelmey . B=lber _ HlRbrc _ Pigman . Totals _ _I36 106 131 373 -- 554 576 587 1718 Wagner Small -E Phillips Murray _ Shoff PoithofT Totals ._ M. Pigman BlJhop Friend Dummy Dummy Sohonaee _ 82 07 293 80 110 273 105 158 125 388 71 67 232 102 231 140 115 85 340 802 580 586 1777 GREEN 80 100 268 117 88 101 80 74 __ 75 112 330 87 110 277 71 67 202 74 85 234 Total 121 131 84 358 _.. 539 560 508 1667 ROMANCE CLOSES A SCHOOL Cfcocb Hugh A. Wynn mid .Mary Grcbb, whom he "dated" Because Coach Hugh A. Wynn, of Rehobeth high school at Dothan, Ala, "dated" ono oc a girls in tho senior clan, Wynn was fired, the B-nlor iIMS went on atrlke, tho school was closed Indefinitely and tht tov-n got Into an uproar. School officials said Wynn dated girl Btuotat-s. Wynn admitted "dating'' one girl, Mary Grubb, shown above with him. Students said they couldn't set why he should b» fired for that. --Central Pica SCHOOL PARENTS BATTLE FOR 'CUPID STRIKE' COACH DOTHAN, Ala, Feb. 4--Dan Cupid held the upper hand as Houston county's board of education considered n demand from patrons of Uchobcth Consolidated School that Hugh A. Wynn be reinstated as teacher-coach. Wynn v.ni rcpoitcd dismissed because of "dates" with girl .irudcnts. Solomon Baxter, Hoa-.ton county superintendent of education, and Prlncip.il B. L. Ward of Rehobeth did not commend on tho demand. Principals In the controversy-Wynn nnd his fiancee, pretty brunette Mary Grubbs, 18-year-old Rehobeth senior--awaited developments. He claims she wjs the only student he! had "dntcd," nnd that school authori- tics knew of their engagement. ; A rrms meeting of patrons adopted j resolutions asking that Wynn be re-1 Instated or bo given "reasonable | cause" for dlsmisnl. The resolutions i also .'tskcti reopening of the school I which hod been closed by the «u- ( thontlcs »s .striking stuoents insisted' that Wynn be retained. | Recreation Notes By WALTER R. MISKINIS ConnellsvHlc Recreation Center s^vimmmg team was forced to cancel its dual meet with Washington and Jefferson College freshman Saturday February 5 duo to unavoidable rea- :ons. Arrangements are being made to meet the Presidents later. The ccntur squad practiced at the Scottdale Y. M. C. A. Thursday. Anyone wishing to try out for the team i, icquestcd to get in touch with center officials. Rccreaion Center volleyball team has reorganized and will attempt to meet .some of the fastest outfits in he district. Some of the most outstanding performers comprise the center's roster, including "Doc" Leishty, George Cole, Dunne Thome, Tommy Barrrtt, William Hyatt, Pete Carctti and others. Pitt In S«lm Meet. PITTSBURGH, Feb. 4,--When' Pitt and Franklin and Marshall mccti In the Metropolitan Club Pool Sat- j urtiuy night the winner will emerge as the most probable chnmpion of the Eastern Collcsi.ile Swimming j Association. F. M has back the iwimc tenm that \\oi the title last year, while Pitt will present a squad made tip of all but one university record holder. There will be no games m the City Recreation Center Junior Bpsketball League Saturday. The next games are booked for Saturday, Fcbiuaiy 12. George E. Curry, of Fayclte City present State horseshoe chnmpion will give an exhibition before loca 1 ions at the Recreation Center courts m the near future. Drrry Completes OrlU C.ird. Dcrry Township High scheduled Shnlcr Tcumhip High for October 7 at the Clench.iw gndnon to complete its 1038 football schedule. Farm Cooperative Elects. HICKORY, Pa., Feb. 4,--New officers today prepared to assume duties with the Washington County Farm Buicnu Cooperative. John E Brown of Hickory was named president; E. M. Donaldson, Claysvlllc vice-president, and James McCpm secretary. NORWIN HIGH ONLY TEAM TO STOP LUJACK Westmoreland Count- ian Scored Easy Victory On Home Floor. SCOTTDALEWILL BATTLE RAMSAY A strong Norwm High basketball combination will come to the local gymnasium tonight to tackle the Connelliville five in another Section 9 scrap. Coach Bill Dolde's boys will be out to avenge the setback suffered nt the Westmoreland county floor by a decisive score and a great scrap is anticipated. Norwin is one school that has been able to put a check to the scoring sprees of Allle Lujack, Orange and Black ace. While Norwin and Conncllsville fight it out here, Scottdalo will play host to Hamsay High Bobcats in n scrap marked by keen neighborly rivalry of years standing. Latrobc goes to Greensburg and Johnstown invades Jcanncttc. Section 10 finds Dunbar Township idle while Youngwood plays at Llgonicr, Dcrry Township entertains East Huntingdon and Hurst plays at Dcrry. Young%vood and Dunbar are tied for fist place while Derry Township is in a position to deadlock Lcisenring with a win over Alvcrton that has yet to triumph. Perry Township is at home m Section 14, meeting Belle Vernon, its neighbor. Rostravcr Township goes to West Newton in the outstanding scrap while South Huntingdon is at Fayetlc City. Willow Inn Juniors Topple West Siders The Willow Inn Juniors,, captained by John Morrison, toppled the West Side Gales in an interesting battle at the Slate Armory, 33 to 25. P. Mongcll with 11 points led his mates to victory although each member of the starting five tallied four or more markers. Orban and Fao, West Side forwards, counted 10 and II points to account for 21 of their team's total. The line-ups: Willow Inn G. F. Pis. McGarrity, f 2 0 4 P. Mongell, f 5 1 11 DcBolt, c '4 0 8 Sanzone, g . 3 0 6 Morrison, g 2 0 4 Totals 16 1 33 Non-scoring substitutes--Marr and S. Mongell. West Side Gales G. F. Pts. Fao, f 5 1 1 1 Orban, f 5 0 10 Mickey, c 0 0 0 Scacchi, g 1 0 2 Vernava, g ,,. 0 0 0 Monguluzzo, f 1 0 2 Totals . 12 1 25 Scoring by quarters: Willow Inn Jrs. 9 6 8 10--33 W. S. Gales 8 6 8 3--25 Referee--Robinson. Q uestion About the Quality of Even at the regular prices you cannot beat these suits and overcoats for value. Now at these reductions you get double value for your money. Quality-Style-Fit and Service. Come in today and choose from our large selection. Sizes to fit any type man. DRESS SHIRTS Rltz and Lion brand, in srnai t patterns and white. 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