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I'AUE TWELVE. IT. DAILY COURIER, CONNETJ.RVn^LTJ. PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1939. Basketball Basketball By JOHN H. WHORIC, Sports Editor WHAT'S GOING ON IN HIGH SCHOOL CIRCLES Glassjport, this term's Class B W. P. I. A. L. grid king, and West Bethlehem Township have replaced Rostvavcr Township and Fayelte City on East Pike Run Township's 1939 football card, Coach Ralph Bevendge announced. The schedule follows: Sept. 15-16, West Bethlehem; Sept. 23, at California; Sept. 29-30, open; Oct. 7, at Jefferson; Oct. 14, Glass- poit; Oct. 20, Centerville; Oct. 27, Bentleyvil1r; Nov. 3, at Ellsworth, -Nov. 10, at East Bethlehem . . . W. P. I. A. L. wrestling committee meets Friday night at Dormont to draw up plans for the annual mat tournament at Waynesburg College March 11 and 32 ... East Washington defeated " Peters, 26 to 24, in Section XIX in a hectic scrap after the winners had ' received a note from Cecil Eager, star " forward, ill in a hospital, telling them he was pulling for them and urging them to give their brst exhibition. The team resolved to do right by Cecil and came through with a win . . . The axiom of being a good neighbor doesn't mean a thing in the world of sports. Derry Township, in knocking off its neighboring borough. Derry, quintet killed that club's chances to figure in the Section 13 pennant. A xvin would automatically have given Derry Borough a deadlock for first place with Ligonier but the unexpected setback put the flag in Ligomer's lap . . . Uniontown High has booked Kiskl Prep cagers at home March 1 and have started negotiations for a series with Redstone, Section 15 pennant winners, in a determined eflfoit to get some kind of a consolation prize . . . President Bill Evans of the W. P. I. A..L. spaeking at Redstone Township High's grid banquet, said the suspended county schools should forget about their parole and "all obey the rules as prescribed in the league." Bill Kern, Carnegie Tech coach, stressed importance of training. He said he preferred an intelligent athlete with a little less poundage for his teams. BITS HERE Alfo THERE John McGlynn of Pittsburgh has been named superintendent of the golf course at Sunnehanna Country Club near Johnstown. Calvin Stutzman, former groundskeeper is the assistant. . . Colonel Matt Winn, 78, predicts the best race in the history of the Kentucky Derby this year. . . Billy Conn and Melio Bettina may fight May 12 in Madison Square Garden for light heavyweight honors. . . . April 18 has been set as the date of Jack Roper's "execution" in Los Angeles by Jbe Louis. Maybe it was a coincident that the flght will come on the 32nd anniversary of the San Francisco earthquake for Louis' first West Coast title defense. . . The familiar song of the tiny cricket, which is less than an inch long, can be heard for a mile. The creature makes this sound, not by rubbing his legs together, as is commonly believed, but by rubbing has rough wings together over his head. Only the male crickets are musical. The females make no sound. And, because the females have ears in their forelegs, many believe the males are singing to their mates when they produce their strident notes. . . It is regrettable that the Eastern Intercollegiate Basketball Conference, organized seven years ago, will disband at the end of this season. It was one of the best :n the nation and included Temple, Pittsburgh, Carnegie Tech, Georgetown, Penn State and West Viigmia. . . San Francisco Seals are depending on a third DiMaggio, Dominic, to keep them one step ahead of the sheriff. There was a time when the fancy prices paid by the majors for Seal stars was so much profit but that was before Dr. Charles Henry Strub decided to fl- nance the Santa Anita race track. Now the sheriff has a bank mortgage on the ball park . . Lemons Solters, former Grindstone miner, signed a contract with Cleveland after taking a big cut. Last y,ear he held out for $18,000 -and finally tumbled for around $14,000 but this season will do well at $9,000. . . Curley Stebbins, former Pitt halfback, is going to take a whirl at pro football with Chicago Cards. . . One New York boxing writer reviewed the fistic situation thusly: "Maxie Baer is getting older, Tony Ga'.ento is getting fatter, Max Schmeling is getting worse and Joe Louis is getting better." .. Babe Ruth struck out 1,430 times during his | major league career. . . According to _ . . . , r . ., , ,, . ,, ,, I Cy Peterman, Philadelphia writer, Connellsville High School's football Ty Cobb in 24 yca ,. s estab n s hed 90 schedule for 1939 follows: | records while Babe Ruth set up only Friday, Sept. 8, East Bethlehem j 78 m 22 seasons. Township, Class B, home, night. Friday, Sept. 15, Ramsay, Mount! "" Pleasant, Class A, home, night. 10 FOOTBALL TSLTS LISTED FOR NEXT FALL Cokers Football Schedule for '39 Six N i g h t , Two Day Games at Stadium; Only Two Abroad. BROWNSVILLE IS NEWCOMER Thero arc 10 games 0:1 Connellsville High School's football calendar for 1939. The schedule, dialled by Faculty Athletic Manager William E. Doldc, was approved by the Boaid of Education at Wednesday night's special rr _-et'.ng. Norwin and Immaculate Conception High schools have been dropped and in their places Brownsville and Vandergrift booked, giving the Oiange and Black Six Class AA elevens, three Class A and one Class B. Eight of the 10 games are at home and of the octet six will be played under the floodlights. The two tilts abroad will be staged at nigl-t. Latrobe is here for an afternoon game on September 30, it being a daylight affair only because the school board there will not approve a night game for its footballers. Vondergrift u here in the season's finale on Armistice Day. The program will open with East Bethlehem Township, as was the case last year, on Friday night, September 8. Ramsay Bobcats of Mount Pleasant, Dunbar Township, German Township, Scottdale and Uniontown will all come here, providing a heavy menu for local grid enthusiasts. Under the arrangements with Scolt- dale, the Millers will also come to the local park in 1940, making three consecutive appearances at Colter Stadium. LEAGUE ELAY CARMIVAL TO BE HELD APRIL 29 County Meet Is Also Planned for Local Grounds. DUAL EVENTS FILL SCHEDULE Noah J. Zimmerman Dead. | stone mason, died Friday afternoon at I township. His wife, a daughter, i Noah J. Zimmerman, 85, retired 1 his home at Oak Grove, Ligonier i and a brother survive. COUNTY CAGE MEET .FRIDAY easan, ass , ome, ng. ----^ -., Â» v* . _ _ . . _ Friday, Sept. 22, Washington, Class I f J K I A [X] P C ) K AA, away, night. v l ^ ' ^-" x Saturday, Sept. 30, Latrobe, Class AA, home, afternoon. Friday, Oct. 6, Dunbar Township, Class A, home, night. Friday, Oct. 13, Gei-man Township, Class AA, home, night. Friday, Oct. 20, Scottdale, Class A, home, night. Friday, Oct. 27, Uniontown, Class AA, home, night. Friday, Nov. 3, Biownsville, Class AA, away, night. Saturday, Nov. 11, Vandergrift, Class AA. home, afternoon. Hornets, Redstone To Play a! Donora in Floor Tourney Redstone Township of Section 15 will tackle West I\'c\\ton of Section 17 in the first round of the Class B eliminations of the W. P. I. A. L. The tilt has been tentatively booked for Dor.ora Friday but both coaches agreed to shift the date lo Monday if the Donora floor would be made available. West Newton is listed for a benefit Friday while Republic; is booked at South Union. Connellsville High School's trnrk and field squad uill exper:cnc' busiest seasons in many years it swings into action next n according to the schedule given .. proval of the Board of Education at its special meeting Wednesday night. Headlining the calendar at Coker Stadium will be the first relay carni- ' val of the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League on Saturday, April 29, and the first Fayette county track and field meet either on Friday night, May 12, 01 Saturday, May 13. Connellsville has invited the W. P. I. A. L. to hold its relay carnival at its new field after other schoolmen had urged the city to act as host for this new feature and there is every ! indication that the bid will be accepted. The Til-State Track Coaches Association some time ago had recommended the selection of Coker Stadium and will formally act on the matter at its next meeting. Coach Joseph A. Lerew is a member of the coaches association and of the league's track committee. While Fayette County Schoolmen's Club will not meet for some time, there is every reason to believe that the county program will be held at Coker Stad-um. The proposal to stage the trials on a Friday afternoon with the finals at night has been meeting with favor and it is believed that ' local officials would prefer such a setup os it would result in increased interest and attendance. Connellsville, always strong in the spring outdoor sport, is in demand for dual meets and the calendar finds the locals hooking up with Canonsburg m the first on April 15 after the interclass meet on April 11. Georges and German will come here for a triangular affair after which Butler and Uniontown will put in appearances in dual affairs. After the relay carnival Latrobe is listed. The Board of Education has taken action to put the field into condition for the elaborate program. Hague's Son a Judge Frank Hague, Jr. Frank Hague, mayor of Jersey City, is said to have expressed great pleasure at appointment of his son Fiank, Jr. (above), 31, ts lay judge to court of Enors and Appeals, Now Jersey's highest law tribunal. Salary is SS.OOO to $9,000 a year. Final preparations for the annual undeigiaduate basketball,' tournament will be made Friday afternoon at a meeting of the board of control of the Fayette County Coaches Association at Uniontown. South Union Township High has been tentatively selected for the meet. Classification oÂ£ the schools was announced as follows: Class A--Connellsville, Dunabr Township, Unionlown, North Union Township, Redstone Township, German Township and Brownsville. Class B--South Union Township, Georges Township, Point Marion, Perry Township, Belle Vcrnon, Fayette City and Washington Township. Feather Merchants Beaten by Charleroi Mount Pleasant "Feather Merchants" basketeers received a 41 to 18 setback at the hands of a powerful and accurate shooting Charleroi quintet. Eddie Queer, regular center, v,ns inactive for the losers while Ciusan, long shot artist, was available only for a short time. SECTIOX 13 Tuesday's Results. Derry Twp. 31, Derry 19. Hurst 31, Youngwood 27. Mt. Pleasant 31, East Ilunt.ngdon ID. Track Schedule For High School The track and field schedule oÂ£ Connellsville High School for 1939 follows: March 25, W. P. I. A. L. indoor championships, Pitt track house. April 1, Tri-State Track Coaches Association indoor championships, Pitt track house. April 11, Interclass meet, Stadium. April 15, Canonsburg, home. April 19, German and Georges, home. Apul 22, Butler, home. April 26, Uniontown, home. April 29, W. P. I. A. L. relays carnival, home. May G, Lntrobe, home. May 13, county track meet, probably home. May 20, W. P. I. A. L. championships, Pitt Stadium. 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