The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 23, 1939 · Page 13
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February 23, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1939. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNBLLSVILLE, PA. PAGE THIRTEEN. Annual Series, County Tournament Will End Basketball Campaign Large Crowd Expected At Leisenring for First Cage Tilt. RETURN BATTLE HERE NEXT WEEK Connellsvilie H i g h basketball team, having completed its regular W. P. 1. A. L. schedule, plays a two- game scries with Dunbar Township before each school enters the county undergraduate tournament. The iivst encounter between these two rivals v/ill be at Leisenring Friday night with a return engagement at the local gym next week. It will start at 8:15 o'clock. These por\-rcr.£on contests have been played between Connellsville ;ind Dunbnr for years with the exception of the few times both schools were in the same section and the Cokers holct a decided edge in victories. The games tend to bring out the best in each quintet and in every instance has been the type particularly pleasing to the fan--hard- fought, exciting and filled with spectacular playing. For the seniors on the two squads, the series will bring to a close their activities on the hardwood court. Mount Pleasant, Hurst Deadiock For Third Place Mount Pleasant and Hurst High I quintets completed W. P. I. A. L. schedules winning victories over :'East Huntingdon Township and j Youngwood, respectively, to remain in a deadlock for the third notch in Section 13. The Ramsay High Bobcats trimmed East Huntingdon ! 31-19 while Hurst was extended to · gain a 31-27 triumph over the Raili roaders. ! The line-ups: · Mount Pleasant G. F. Pts. Rudnik, I 6 0 0 5 Tourney kinis, tournament director, 110 South | date for filing entries is Friday, Arch street, Connellsvilie. The final ; March 10. Danced for Hitler i Costabile, £ 0 0 I Gaudino, c 0 0 I Loscosky, g __ 5 0 j Walker, g 0 1 } Czekaj, i 1 1 'Keller, c 1 0 Cernuto, £ 1 0 "It was a great surprise to receive Mr. Hitler's request" was comment of Marion Daniels, California dancer, who wns flown from Cannes, Prance, to Munich to repeat a dance performance which charmed the Fuehrer recently. Sho is an acrobatic dancer. Totals ! Alverton , Clausner, £ ; Novotny, f .... ' Petro, c Bales, g Pytlak, g .... e-sen So Section 4 Cage Flag Charleroi won the championship of Section 4, W. P. I. A. I,., by defeating Monessen. 36 to 31, Wednesday night at the Greyhounds gym. It was tlie second win for the Cjugars over Iheir keen rivals. At the same time North Belle Vernon came through v:ith a 44 xo 24. Secision over East Pike Run in Sec- don 15. Sought by G-Men l3'S2 1 UjT 3 31 F. Pts. 1 1 4 12 0 4 2 2 0 0 19 Totals 6 7 Scoring by quarters: Mount Pleasant 9 3 11 7--31 Alverton 1 7 6 5--19 Referee--Wagner. Hurst Jagoda, f _. Solomon, f ...... Sibal, c Vilcertosky, c - Seschick, Puskar, g , -- Totals Younsrwood Stotler, f Bush, f ...... Rutter, c Wagner, c Myers, g Olson, g '....- .....11 G. ._ 8 ...1 0 0 0 . 1 9 31 F. Pts. 3 19 Totals .- 10 Scoring by quarters: Hurst .....8 4 Youngwood 7 6 Referee--Buckwalter. 7 11--31 9 5--27 The summaries of other, games: Dunbar Herchko, f Palvlosky, f Hertznell, c Husband, g Kontra, g -Goodman, f Sepesi, f Romanko, c Gmiter, g _. Uhazie, g -- G. F. Pts. , 2 1 1 -- 2 . 2 I 0 2 0 Owl Passers Upset Alumni By Big Score Immaculate Conception High quintet scored a decisive victory over I. C. Alumr.i Wednesday night at State Armory, winning by a 40-28 count. The Owls went into the lead in the first period and continued to add to this margin in each of the successive quarters. Christopher sparked the Night Riders' victory with sevc-n doubledcckers to earn individual scoring honors. George and Alt led the losers with eight and seven points respectively. - The line-ups: I. C. H. S. Orbin, f _________ ..... _ Davin, f Porter, c ____ ..... Sidow, g .................. ______ ...... «} Christopher, g ... ..... _______ 7 Hoye, f ........................ ___________ 3 Totals -.- ....................... .... 10 2 40 Non-scoring substitutes -- Alt, Scacchi, Galiardi, Brady and Connell. T. C. Alumni G George, f ..... _________ ..... . ..... _..4 Hunt, f ______________________________ 2 Keane, c __________ ____ __ ________ 1 Rush, g ------ ____ _____ ..... _.. i Alt, g ......... _ ......... _________ ..... _.3 Fette, i ___________________ ...... i G i 2 2 F 0 Ci Fts. 2 4 4 9 14 7 Pis. 8 4 4 3 7 2 6 5 2 z! 7 i 4 | 2 12 4 .0 28 Totals 12 Scoring by quarters: I. C. H. S - 8 9 10 12--40 1. C. Alumni _.,2 8 9 0--28 .Referee--Miller. Totals Fayette City McKinley, f Liviskie, f Russell,, c Butler, g Tidgeway, g Pivarnik, f Layton, f 20 G. 2 0 3 5 0 1 1 4 44 F. Pts. Totals 12 Score by periods: Dunbar 11 12 8 13--44 Fayette City 6 8 6 9--29 Referee--Dickson. BENNY DICKSON John Edgar Hoover, director of ths federal Bureau of Investigation, is . reading a Nation-wide hunt for Benjamin James (Benny) Dickson, 27, and his wife, Estelle Rcdenbaugh Dickson, 16 or 17, who are sought for kidnaping, bank robbery and national motor vehicle theft act after a series oi depredations throughout the Middle West. Hoover describes Dickson as "a badly wanted fugitive, who, with his ivife, Stella Mae Dickson, has been In constant flight during the past few months. . . Dickson is considered extremely dangerous and his apprehen- jion is being vigorously sought." Another Cohan Y S-Mary Cohan, daughter of George M. Cohan, famous actor, is pictured singing: into a microphone as sha made her debut in a New York nijrhtclub. Immaculate Conception Orbin, f _ Davis, f Porter, c Sidow, g Christopher, g Scacchi, f Totals South Union Cirello, f Krizner, f Kollar, c .... Rusnock, g Drews, g . Ruper, f .. Hadilla, f _ Hagan, f Swaney, c Worthington, g Williams, g Totals I. C. H. S. 3 South Union 8 Referee--Phillips. Fire Damages School. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 23.--Damage was caused to the six-room school building known as Little Wood at West Masontown by fire Tuesday evening. Firemen prevented its complete destruction. Rodebaugh, c 4 0 6 Totals 16 6 42 Perryopol is G. F. Pts. Blair, f _'. 1 0 2 Frency, f a 0 16 Wilkie, c 7 1 15 Statzula, g _ 2 0 4 Serinko, g . 0 0 0 Matty, f 2 0 4 Buttermore, f O i l Rumancik, g 1 0 2 Beck, g O i l Totals 21 3 45 Score by periods: Sewicldey ..12 0 12 9--42 Perryopolis 8 20 14 3--45 Referee--Anderson. Perry Jayvccs B. Frency, t Murphy, f Baluch, c Campbell, g Zackall, g Novak, f Palondcr, c 21 7 49 6 8 2--19 7 13 21--49 Sewickley Batisti, f . Borosky, f Smith, c Aujay, g Cramer, g McMahon, f G. 5 6 1 1 . 1 0 F. Pts. 1 31 0 12 Totals West Newton J. V. Drost, f _ Lindaur, f Kemcrar, c Urinsko, g Sterner, g Hula, '£ : Kelley, f Navaiech, c Uhrich, g :,, G. ... 3 ... 2 .. 3 .. 0 .. 2 ... 1 ... 2 ...13 G. .... 0 .. 0 ... 1 ... 0 ... 0 o ... 3 _ 2 ... 1 F. Pts. 2 29 F. Pts. Totals Score by periods: Perry Township West Newton Referee--Marsh. Umpire--Hula. 20 3 7 11 8--29 2 7 5 6--20 SPECIAL! PIG tr HOG FEED $1.60 Better Fees Scratch $1.45 1G% Dairy $UO B. Middlings 81.40 Bran __.. 81.40 Spccinl Prices on Roofing. Hoof Cement Roof I'nint Phone t'onnellsvillc, 10"--l.'nioiitimii, 70. We Deliver at Slijrlit Additional Charge. Boat People Gadget-Crazy NEW YORK, Feb. 23.--A quick jaunt through the 34lh National motorboat show disclosed two outstanding facts, to wit, (1) It's a woman's world, even on the water, and (2) the boat people ar_e gadget- crazy. You have only to look at the marine bathroom and kitchen de- [ partments to realize the first, and a I visit .to the accessory, or brass and croir.ium, department will drive home the second . Ail in all--from the main f.oor of Grand Central Palace where the big luxury boats are drawn up to the third-floor cruise office presided over by a beautiful blonde--it's a glittering show. Attendance to date is 16 per cent ahead of 1038, an all-time record- Miskinis Named Director of Play Beginning March 14. NEW DIVISION IS INAUGURATED Connellsville's second annual gold medal nmatuer basketball tourna- [ ment will be conducted at the Armi ory March H, 15,16 and 17. Dates and ] preliminary plans were made public today by Waller Miskinis o£ the Con- nellsvilie Recreation staff who will again serve as tournament director for this feature event which is sponsored locally by the Connellsville j \ Tournament Association and nationally by the Central States Basketball Association of Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. Miskinis has been appointed a member of the national board by the Central States Association in recognition oi! the successful tourney which he conducted last year. The ap- breaker, and everybody--yachtsmen, j pointment was recently announced by racing officials, boat builders and j Wayne Emmelmann, National direc- marir.e engine makers--believe 1939 I tor of the gold medal tourneys, will be one of the best pleasure ! A new division hos been added for boating years in history. Everything is streamlined, chromium seems to be invading the erstwhile sacrosanct province of brass and yesterday's wooden seats have given away to overstuffed leather, even in the smallest runabouts. In the engine department the range is from an. eight and a half- pound canoe motor to a 20,760-pound diesel. You can spend as little as $1,200 for a cabin job or as much as $26,300, and in either case be sure that "it operates as easily as a motor car.' the 1939 program, making three classifications instead of only the junior and senior. The new division is for lightweight men's teams and is designed to attract the age groups I midway between juniors and seniors, i 18 years and tinder, men--21 years and The divisions are classified lows Junior boys- Lightweight under. Senior men--No age limit. A large prize list which includes three beautiful team trophies and 63 valuable individual player awards in each classification is assured. This The boat which appeared to at- i a l o R e wi . u TM= an nlne team trophies tract the most attention was a 42- foot fishing cruiser with tv/o 200- horsepower motors and a speed of 2.J miles an hour. It was labeled a "aports" boat, but it looked like something designed for a modern Pharaoh. It had three beds, not bunks, two tiled bathrooms (shower) and a combination dining and lounging room--all small but the essence of comfort--not to mention a shiny kitchen (galley to the seafarers) and all the latest instruments for finding your way around on the water. The exhibitors, with their pastel plumbing and fragile "marine china," obviously had their eye on the feminine trade, but it also appeared that they had a regard for nautical children. There were the six-foot playboat with paddle wheels, for example, the "life telts for kiddies" in blue, red and green, and any number of items --from tiny outboard motors to bulky boat hoists--which bore the legend, "a child can operate it." The catering to luxurious tastes was not confined to the cushioned seats, tinted lavatories, hand-painted highball glasses, "finger-tip controls" and automatic steerers. There were brilliantly colored rubber life belts so soft to the touch and pleasing to the eye as to make shipwreck seem desirable. The gadget department featured: A folding anchor, a shock-absorber clutch which makes it all right for your propeller to hit a submerged log, a three-power field glass that folds up to the size of a cigaret case, a silencer guaranteed to eliminate 98 to 100 per cent of motor noise, a wicked-looking harpoon gun that resembled a Springfield rifle with cross-bow attached, and a bilge drain lyrically described as "a sentinel that never. sleeps." and 189 individual player awards for the four-night basketball^ carnival. As an added attraction, several valuable team trophies will be added to the already rich prize list. These awards will be announced at a later date. AH prizes will be on display in local store windows the week before the tourney gets underway. The tournament association has already mailed out 100 invitations along with entry blanks. Many additional requests for entry blanks are pouring in indicating that .tins year's event will double and perhaps triple 1938's bracket of teams. Information and blanks may be secured by writing to Walter Mis- Tommy Speigal Wins. Tommy Speigal of Uniontown out- pointed Maurice Arnault of France in an eight-round semi-final in Broadway Arena in New York. Money Leaned ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE UNPAID BALANCES RE-FINANCED Call or See Us If You Seed Money for A n y Emergency Moderate Repayments Fayette Loan Co. 510 Title Trust Co. Bldg. Connellsville, Pa. Telephones 244-866 Prompt, Courteous Convenient Service WOR8iNG MAN'S STORE Selling our entire winter stock. Priced below cost. Come in, pick out your requirements at these prices! Sanforized denim in all sizes. Regular $1.39 values. Well made, good quality. 'Wash easily. Wear long. All sizes. Regularly $1.19. Joe Dress or Work SOX pr. $1.19 tmox SCITS Regular 89c Grades Full cut and roomy. Have double back for added wear. Regularly $1.20 to 51-59. $1.89 Ertdicott-Johnson Flannel Heavy, weight flannelette and flannel. Ideal for outdoor men. · Botivocn Snyrter's and Burn's Drusr, ]3S West Crawford Avenue. GENERAL -.ELECTRIC- JRIPIB-THRIFT R E F R I G E R A T O R 1939 G-E Refrigerator-I BIG, ROOMY C CU. I ,-x^. Sub-Freezing Storage Moderate Temperature and High . ; ! High Humidity and Low Humidity Storage j Temperature Storage Safety-Zone General Storage i "GET THE INSIDE STORY!" l'0.\.\KM,SVir.I,E 107 S. Pittsbnrg St. I'lione 124i « U N I O N T O W N 39 No. Gnllatin Are. Phone 45.

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