The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 4, 1938 · Page 13
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 4, 1938
Page 13
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 193S. THE DAILY COURTER, CONNETJOSVTMJ3. PX. PAGE THIRTEEN TOMMY FARR FIGHTS BAER ON MARCH 11 Welshman to Get Title Shot in September If He Wins Bout. CONSIDERS OFFER PLAYBOY MAX IE LOST IN LONDON By JACK CUDDY United Press Staff Correspondent. NEW YORK, Feb. 4.--Tommy Fnrr, heavyweight, did an unexpected about- .'ace and signed to meet Mnxic Uaer at Madison Square Garden on March 11, after being nuarantccd a September title shot in case o£ victory over Bacr. "I made my point," said carrot- lopped Tommy before flying to Miami. "I got the title-fight guarantee. Promoter Mike Jacobs didn't want to give it to me. That's why I announced Tuesday that I wouldn't fight Baer. I was ready to sail lor England on the lie Do France next Wednesday." This return bout between the Welsh coal miner and madcap Maxie is slated for 15 rounds. Tommy beat Baer over the 12-round route in their first meeting in London last April IE. SPORTORIALS Continued from Page Twelve, the nerve of hearing. "This nerve consists of two parts. One part carries sensations of the ear to the brain, enabling us to hear. The other part carries impulses from the semi-circular canals, which tell us by movement of fluid within them, where the head is in space. We arc thus ploced in the universe. "The simultaneous stimulation of both parts of the auditory nerve results in our having a pleasurable emotion in moving our bodies rhythmically, in accordance as we hear. This results in dancing. "If we go far back enough we can trace these structures to the time when we were fish." BITS HERE AND THERE Basketball committee of the W. P. I. A. I/, will meet Wednesday night at 8 o'clock in Fort Pitt Hotel, Pittsburgh. .. Bill DeCorrevont, Chicago's highly publicized schoolboy footballer, surprised everyone when he decided to enroll at Northwestern. Even Hollywood stars had tried to talk Bill into going to the Pac-ific Coast in vain. . . San Angelo Junior College ended John Tarleton College basketball team's record of 86 consecutive victories. It was the same Texas club that had won in Decem- 'ber, 1933, by a 27-26 score, the same as the tilt ended the other night. . . Alec Regis Shcllogg, resigned football captain at Notre Dame, promised to reveal the "behind the scenes" story of the action after he gets his diploma. . . Harold (Hap) Bohl, formerly of Scottdale and manager of the Frcemont Reds in the Ohio State League last season, has besn given his unconditional release by President Bob Rectenwald. Bohl, assigned here by the Cincinnati Reds, became the properly of Frcemont when signed as playing manager and the release was granted when it was learned Bohl had been offered a job in a higher league. Bohl is an in- flelder. . . Manager Joe McCarthy of the Yankees is counting on Johnny Murphy (formerly Johnny McNamara of Scottdale) to be a regular pitcher next season. . . A knockout and not a technical kayo was credited Henry Armstrong, world's featherweight champion, over Chalky Wright in Los Angeles.' The referee said it was a clean knockout and that "Wright had not reached his feet at the county of ten. . . P. I. A. A. is going to reduce the speed of bas- WUIZZER WHITE Byron "Whizzer" White, Colorado University's all-American halfback, disclosed he has not definitely decided whether to give up a Rhodes scholarship to play professional football. White said he had written Art Rooney who had offered him $15,000 to play one 'season with the Pittsburgh Pirates that he was considering the proposal but had not yet reached H decision. If he accepts the Pirates offer, White will have to abandon the Rhodes scholarship award at Oxford University in England. Fred Apostoli Risks His Title Claims Tonight By HENRY SUPER United Press Staff Correspondent. NEW YORK, Feb. 4.--Fred Apostoli of San Francisco, the "uncrowned kins" of the middleweight division, risks his titlo claims tonight in Madison Square Garden against Glen Lcc, a strong, uulet man from the Nebraska prairies. Although Apostoli scored a nine- round technical knockout victory over Champion Freddie Stcclc in the same ring less than a month ago, he was only a 7-3 favorite. kctball, a news item, from Harrisburg reads. We've maintained that the school officials should adopt a separate set of regulations lor basketball as they have for football. It is not necessary to use the collegiate rules. . . A nifty girls (easy on the eyes, too) floor club comes here Monday night in the person of the Goldenson Vanities of Pittsburgh who oppose the Shamrocks at State Armory. . . Milton L. Bishop Post of the American Legion is to be congratulated for Its move to revive amateur boxing here. Conncllsville should be able to support at least one show a month. . . Funny thing about Bill Terry's blast at the New York sports writers was that the article was peddled last August when the newspaper guys were telling the public what a great baseball manager the Giants had. Dizzy Dean's spiel supporting Terry brought a big laugh. If the writers decided to quit speaking to Jerome Herman, he'd become the "most lonesome and least talkingest" guy In baseball. -KNOX / H A T S 5550 $750 Start at the top and sret ready for Sprhijr! A new bat ... especially if if s a Knox . . . will add to your appearance. Knox hats are designed to flatter every man. You won't have any trouble finding- a hat that will fit your head snugly in our selection of Knox hata. All tho popular shades and styles. tMUon MEN'S DEPARTMENT o* CONTINENTAL STORE Homewood Five Loses to Casey Passing Outfit Homewood Big Five, playing on the Junior Baxter High Rym Thursday night, went down to defeat before the scrappy Casey Club to the tune of 22 to 17. The locals showed their best defense of the year, allowing the home quintet but five field goals. The big climax came in the third quarter when Homewood got only one point, a foul. George, making his first anpear- ance with the locals, scored three field goals and a brace of fouls. Monday night will find the Casey Club appearing at State Armory to tackle the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company of Tarentum in one end of a bargain bill that will nlso find Fred Sncll's Recreation Center Shamrocks tackling the strong Goldcnson Vanities of Pittsburgh. The line-ups: Cascys G. F. Pis. Hnsson, f Tulley, 1 Manor, c Hart, g Quinn, g George, f -Brown, g G. .... 3 _ 1 0 1 1 3 Totals Homewood R. Daniels, I Johnson, Jt Dehoney. c E. Daniels, g Lipscombc, g -Ramcy, i Pitts, g Totals G. . 1 1 1 1 , : , o . . o 6 2 1 2 2 8 1 4 22 F. Pts. 4 6 0 0 0 -- 5 Windbcr Caccrs Beaten. Windbcr suffered a 28 to 21 setback at the hands of Conemaugh at the latter's floor. At Smock Floor Tonight. Dunbar WPA Recreation Center basketccrs go to Smock tonight. KIWANIS-ROTARY DUCKPIN SERIES ASSUME NATIONAL PROMINENCE; OPEN MONDAY A duckpin scries that promises to create even more fireworks than the "little business" men's conference in Washington tin's week is scheduled for the next three Monday nights when members of the Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs clash at Live Wire Bowling Alleys Temple. The Kiv/unis Club Rotary challenge 01 in the Masonic tonifiht, in the matches, will have out in preparation accepted the Wednesday and {hvanis League their final work- or the inter-club battle. According to the plan each team may have as many as 10 men n.ll, with the first five or six high scores to count. That is n Rotary suggestion and the Kiwanlans are trying to find the "joker" in such an arrangement. Kiwanis leaders are suspicious of their challengers. They assert the Rolarians must feel "pretty sure" of themselves in even issuing such challenge. Last summer the Kiwanis mushballers hung a neat "shiner" on the Rotary team and strategists of the latter club nave been making an intensive effort to find some way of getting even, It was learned this morning that the Rotorians have several professionals--when it comes to bowline-in their line-up. The seven stars of the 10-man Rotary team arc Cer- hard Horowitz, Walter Lindsay, John Stout, E. Stanley Phillips, Van Humbert, C. A. Port and W. D. McGinnis, Jr., The publicity man refused to disclose the identity of the three "dark horses" who will complete the 10-man line-up. Art Hebcl Frco Acent. CHICAGO, Feb. 4.--Arthur Rebel, former outfielder with Galvcston, Tex., and Bartlesvillc, Okla., was declared n free agent by Baseball Commissioner Landis. 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Shamrocks Topple Smock Girls Ouffif By Decisive Score The Shamrocks of the Connellsville Recreation Center defeated the Smock Girls at Scottd.-ilc Thursday night, 43 to 6. The game was played .· '· the Scottddlo Armory preliminary to the Service C6mpony-Wcst Newton clash. The local Irish colccns easily adapted ^themselves to the spacious floor flashing their best passing attack of Ihc season. "Skcater" Scott and "Dot" Rowc featured] tor the Shamrocks while "Honey" Rusnock played her customary bangup game for Smock. The line-up: I Shamrock* G. F. Pts. Rowe, 1 7 1 15 Phillips, f - Tullcy, c _ Scott, g _ Seesc, g _ Primus, g . 2 . 2 . 7 . 0 . 1 4 4 IB 2 2 Totals ,, 19 5 -43 Non-fscoring substitutes--Taylor, Hooper. Smock F. Pta. II. Ruwock, Dean, |f ~. -- Dullingcr, c ..... Patterson, g E. 'Rusnock, g Totals -.. .- 2 2 Non-scoring substitutes--Kccfc. Referee--Kittcll. Umpire--Bainbridge. : Shade Topples Bedford. 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