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February 10, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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THURSDAY, PEBRUAIIY 10, 193S. Sportorials By JOHJf H. WHOBIO Sports Editor STATE LEAGUE TO STUDY CAGE RULE EFFECTS Taking cognizance of complaints that the center jumplcss basketball rule is working hardships on high school athletes,-Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association is making arrangements for a series of test games to determine to what extent heart action of boys is affected under the present rules. Main attention in the clinics will be centered on elimination of the center aump and its resultant effect on the players' health, according to Secretary Edmund Wicht. i "Physical welfare of athletes," Wicht said, "is one of our primary concerns. Questionnaires will be i sent all coaches to sound out reactions to the game under present rules and the lest games will be held to determine just how the boys arc affected." The P. I. A. A. board of control acted on petition of the State School Directors' Association asking the game be slowed down. It has already started a movement to reduce speed of the "streamlined" t,port but will await a poll of coaches before taking definite action. Criticism is voiced because elimination of the jump has speeded up the game too much. Among the places where the experimental games will be staged is Pittsburgh. It was said that an Illinois High School Athletic Association study definitely refuted contention that the game was "much" faster and more harmful without -the- center _ jump. Coaches, referees and doctors have been Insisting, nevertheless, that the new rule has presented a menace to the physical well-being of the boys. The possibility is so grave - that a careful study Is essential. United Brethren Five Nears First Half Flag In Y-Church Cage Loop AN UNUSUAL SITUATION It and when Fayette county's scholastic eligibility purge comes along, there'll be one case that will cause some serious thinking. The facts were related to us by a supervising principal who knows all the angles of the case. A boy is playing on a high school athletic team in the same district where he was born and reared. Since his father's death, his mother has become wayward and actually has no "permanent" residence although she has been keeping away from her former place of residence ·where the young man continues attending school. He is determined to get a high school education and takes part in extra curricular activities. He docs not live- with his mother for obvious reasons. Without support, the youth Is living with friends and earns a dollar now and then by doing odd jobs, such as scrubbing p*ches, playing nursemaid, running errands, delivering store orders and the like. This keeps him in food and clothing. The W. P. I. A. L. eligibility rule says the student can participate in athletics only for the high school in the district in which his parents reside. In this case the mother lives in a high school zone other than where her son attends. School officials know the history of the case and have permitted the boy to take part in athletics. What the final verdict will be in event of a purge can be only a matter of conjecture because of the unusual circumstances? We're inclined to believe we'd throw the rule book out of the window when this case would come up and apply the rule of good common sense. Christian Q u i n t e t Turned Back by Three Points in Thriller. ST. JOHN'S CLUB FORFEITS GAME The United Brethren baskctccrs continued their drive toward the first half championship ot the Y. M. C. A.-Church League Tuesday night by defeating the Christian quintet, 43 to 40, in a great game at the "V" gym. Bill Miller led the attack with seven field goals and three fouls lor a tot.il of 17 points while F. Miller was next in line with 13 and Bobby Conway paced the Christians with half a dozen double-deckers and two free tosses. In the second scrap the Dawson Methodist Episcopate won by a foi- fcit over St. John's Holy Name Society when the latter failed to place flve men on the flooi. The Churth of the Brethren conquered Lciscnring Presbyterians by a 43-38 count. Van Hoy and Zimmerman shared scoring honors for the winners with 14 and 13 points while Bailey and Goodman paced the winners with 15 and 12 points, respectively. There will be three games tonight. Following the competition, there will be an important meeting of all league managers as problems pertaining to the second half schedule will bo discussed. The games tonight: St. John's vs.-Church of_ Brethren, 7. " Christians vs. Dnwson M. K , 8. United PresbytcriBns vs. Lciscn- ring, 9. The line-ups: United Brethren G. F. Pl». Robinson, f -0 0 0 Recreation Notes By WALTER R. MISKINIS The Recreation Center Aquatic Club bolstcis its line-up with three more swim stars, Jack Wallers of Scottdalc and Tom Chambers and Art Trevitt. The addition of these joys will undoubtedly strngthcn the Center's squad. The team will practice today at the Scottdale Y. M. C. A. Stone, f Emcnck, f Ray, f ._ B. Miller, R Witt, g F. Miller, g Totals . - -Christiana H. Brooks, f Conway, f K. Brooks, c -Perrus, g - - -- Cartwrlght, g -- G. -- 0 . 2 . 0 -.2 _ 7 _ 2 .5 G. _ 2 _6 __ 3 _ 3 F. 0 1 0 0 3 0 3 7 F. 0 2 1 3 0 The Paramount Juniors will piny a double-header on Saturday, February 12. In addition to a regularly scheduled league encounter with the Gnles at 10 A. M. the theatre boys will piny host to Die strong Waynesburg Recreation Center team Tne "Yellow Jacket" dribblers handec the locals their first setback this season and the Paramount* will be out for revenge. The game is scheduled to start at 3 P. M. The City Recreation Center Junior Basketball League's arbitration committee awarded a forfeit to I. C Frosh over the Lci^cnring entry because Lelsennnc used an ineligible player in n league game on January The City Recreation Center Junior Basketball League schedule for Saturday follow*: Paramount Junior; vs. Gale^ at 10 A. M , Dunbnr vs. I C. Frosh nt 11 A. M., Hollywood A C. vs. Willow Inn nt 1 P. M., and Lciscnrtnc vs. Lou's at 1:45 P. M. Dunbar Borough High School held a Valentine pnrty at the Dunba WPA Recreation Center Wednesday evening. The fete was sponsored by the Trl-HI-Y Club of Dunbar with more than 200 boys and girls nt tending. An attempt is being made to brin n strong volleyball team (rom Van derbilt here on Tuesday to meet Ib Recreation Center voll^yballcrs. I will be the first clash for the newly organized center team. 17 Totals Referee--Johnson. Umpire--Harper. 6 40 BITS HERE AND THERE The office boys arc "thanking" Hokc Harrcr for the timely valentine cards. Of. course, he denies sponsorship. . . Joe Mcdwipk is concerned about his baseball career, saying "you've got to make your pile when you're going good. When I've passed my peak as a ball player the club isn't going to remember what I did in 1937. It will pay me what it figures I'm worth and that's all. That's why I want to get every cent I think is coming to me now. It's 3ust a matter of business with me" ... Damon Critchfield got the Reporters riled up when he insisted at the c.'osc of the first half that the Carriers were just too hot for the writers. The result was that Critchic's club took two on the chin the other night tn the bowling league. . . W. J. ahlctic council has abandoned its Eastern Intercollegiate Boxing Conference schedule for the remainder of the season and the sport will be continued only on an informal basis with schools which have not reached the "high pressure" stage. . . Quinn Decker, former Tennessee U athlete, has been named head coach at Center College where he had been backfield tutor since 1035. He succeeds Ed Kubalo, resigned... Babe Barna, who went to Philadelphia Athletics last year after graduating from West Virginia, received his contract with orders to leave for Lake Charles, La., where the Americans will begin spring training February 25. Barna, a Clarksburg, W. Va., youth, was in Connellsvillc last October, coming here with Gene Hasson when the latter got a big welcome alter a great windup with the Athletics. . . The press agent for the American Legion amateur boxing show here February 21 teems to have become lost, strayed or stolen. . . Some of the outstanding basketball players of the East will perfoim at State Ai- roory Monday night when the PilK- burgh PiratCi -appear against tin- Westinghouse five. . . Jack Garnet (the Vice-President) bays its poor politics to demand a retraction when a newspaper bays something impolite about you because if U follows up| G. - 2 ,-.3 _ 6 Van Hoy, g -- 6 B. Meyers, g . ,, 2 Church Brethren Reed, f I.epley, f . - - - Ximmcrman, c K. 1 1 1 Z 0 Totals -- 19 Pis. 5 1 13 14 4 43 Non-scoring substitc--D. Meyers. Lcib. Presbyterian G. F. PU. Wilson, i - . ' 0 Hess, f . ·- Goodman, c . H. Hess, g Bailey, e Totals - - - - - - 17 Non-scoring substitutes -- Wash- baugh, Culver. Referee--Rude. K. W. Richards New Athletic Manager Of Uniontown High K. W. Richards, instructor of La- Fayctte Junior High there, was named faculty manager of athletics at Uniontown High School at a salary of $150 a year, to bo paid out of athletic funds, the Uniontown Board of Education decided Wednebday night. His position will be to relieve High School Principal R. D. Mosier of much ot the detail work although (he latter will continue as supervisor of the work. The school boaid also passed a resolution creating an athletic council to be composed of three directors, the coaches and the school superintendent and principal. with an article bragging you up the people won't believe it... The crowds that see the Cokcr-I. C. basketball series may indicate what kind of a turnout will be on deck next fall to see the football scrap as tho two city schools inaugurate athletic relations. . . No school enjoys such loyal support as Greensburg and the fans who travel with the club arc adults. About 300 came to Conncllsville Tuesday night. It looks like the Westmoreland capital has two bows coming. Scotfdale Midgets, Intermediates Trim Local "Y" Dribbler Two Conncllsville Y. M. C. A teams went down to defeat at th Scottdale "Y" gym Tuesday night. In the Junior game Skcmp o Scottdale led with 22 points an Bieshada o£ Conncllsville tallied 1 as the Mill Town Midgets won by 62 to 24 score. In the intermediate fray that th Millers captured, 39-33, Lopes wit 33 and Brown with 12 featured to the losers while the entire home fiv was hitting on all cylinders to com from behind in the final period t win. The line-ups: Juniors Fcnlello, f J. Conway, t Bieshada, c -- Sherrlck, K Dunston, g Baylor, g - G. 0 2 5 1 0 .. 0 8 F. Ft; 0 0 Totals Non-scoring substitutes -- Mullc ncax, Daberko, Small. Mldffets G. F. Pt, Skcmp, £ . ,, 10 2 2 Wurry, f 4 0 Scardina, c 6 3 1 Kropf, g Dick, g Lydic, g Zimmerman, f R. Bixlcr, g Totals 28 Non-scoring substitutes--D. Bixlc Akcis, Lewis. Score by quarters: Juniors 4 5 8 7--2 Midgets _ 12 12 10 22--6 Intermediates Lopes, f T. Conway, i . Brown, c Middleton, g Echard, g . . _ . Totals Non-scoring G. . 5 . 3 5 0 . 0 13 F. Pt, 3 1 1 2 0 1 substitutes -- Luczak /SPORTS SIDELIGHTS P a r o c h i a l Dribblers Beat Washington Team With Strong Comeback MMAdfC WgRS TCAWMATES Of) tus PUM.oei.pAt*. ADaetiGc Westinghouse Club Whipped By Charieroi The Westinghouse basketball team | lost its first home game Wednesday . ight at State Armory when the rack Collins quintet of Charieroi I anded out a 50-42 lacing. i The visitors took the lead at the art and continually added to it. 'arkes, Charieroi ccncr, won indi- idual scoring honors as he swished 10 net for 18 points. He was closely olowed by two of his mates, Mous- laux and Stevenson, who tallied 14 nd 12 points respectively. The icemen played the poorest game of the year. Time after time heir defense was pulled out of posi- ion to permit easy, under-the-baskct hots while their oflense, though carrying the ball near the basket, vas usually so much wasted effort s inaccurate shots bounded harm- essly off the hoop. The line-ups: Charieroi G. F. Fts. rfcLuckic, f 3 1 7 Stevenson, £ 6 0 12 Parkes, c 7 4 18 g 3 0 6 N i g h t RicSers Come Through in Lost Half to Turn Tide of Battle. Joe May Says Team Will Play Caseys, Winners Take All Joe May, manager of the Westinghouse basketball quintet, today accepted the challenge of Jimmy Al- blnc, manager ot the Casey Club, lor scries to determine the city cage champions--winners to take all and losers pay for hall rental. May said: "In, answering Jimmy Albino's challenge to a SITUS of basketball games to determine, the championship of the city, 1 \^ish to state here that if Albine think;, that the Caseys can take the Westinghousc we arc willing to play a scries of three or five games, winners take all and losers pay for the hall. "The icemen havs lost but two games to n F.iyetle county team in five years and I don't think there is a-county team that can beat my club this yearXthe Caseys not exccpted. But I'm not a fellow to win games in the newspapers so if the Casey man- uscmrnt is anxious to play the Westinghouse quintet all it has to do is schedule n first class learn and make a reputation." Rockwood Upsets Sioyesfown, Windber Beats Meyersdale Rockwood came through with a 37 to 17 decision over Stoyestown ii the Clasb B competition of Somerset county while Wmdbcr, Class A pace setter, toppled Mcyersdalc, 46 to 26, to continue its title quest. Somerset held on to second place as runner-up to Windber by toppling Shade Township of Cairnb:ook, 28 to 18, while Boiwcll took the measure ol Fricdens, 24 to 17, and Berlin toppled Shankbville, 34 to 16. LOCAL R I F L E M E N BOW TO scorn ES Local riflemen lost to Scottdale at that place by a score of 938 to 024. There will be a return match at the local range Friday evening. Scottdalc Arolti E. C. Baker Jones Mawhinucy . Mull D. Baker _ . Pary Miller ._ _ _ 50 Prltchard -. . 50 B. E. Baker 50 P. 50 50 50 49 48 48 49 Noschcsc, Licking, Miller, Murphy. Scolidalc Frctts, f Harris, t _. Cramer, c -Mulroy, g Vallancc, g . Clarwa, f Wurry, f Jarcett, g Totals 18 3 39 S. K. OH. Tol. 50 46 43 189 46 44 42 182 48 48 42 188 48 46 44 187 46 40 25 159 47 42 38 175 46 n 32 170 4!) 41 42 182 4D 48 39 186 40 48 41 188 938 Conncllsville P. S. K. OH. Tot. 50 4D 47 40 186 49 49 46 42 186 50 49 41 41 181 49 49 45 37 180 47 48 47 49 191 Total five highs Perry Township Loses Exhibition Basketball Game Coach J. Rist -Stimmcrs Commodores of Perry Township High School look an unexpected setback Wednesday night at tho hands of North Belle Vcrnon when the schools clashed at Pcrryopolis in a non- league encounter. The score was 37 to 31. But the Perry outfit had regulars out of commission through illness and injuries and the reserves were unable to keep pace with the visitors who took an eight-point lead in the first half. Friday finds the Commodores traveling to South Huntingdon Township for a Section 18 fray. The line-ups: Perry Koslorky, f Blair, f Rollins, Hozmcc, g Baker, g Wllkie, t Skiles, f - __ Rumancik, g -- G. . 0 _ 1 1 3 2 _--_ 4 1 1 F. Pts 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 10 13 G. _ 7 . 3 Totals North Belle Vcrnon Dolfl, f . . . . Flora, f Tellerico, c 2 Kozak, B ... 0 Lemon, g 2 Gulp, g 1 Totals . . 15 Scoring by quarters: Perry Twp. 10 4 N. Belle Vernon 13 9 9 Referee--Phillips. 5 3 F. Pts 3 1 0 0 3 I 1 ! o : 37 9 8--3 6--3' Total flve highs 924 Hunting of Foxes With Dogs Decreed Except From June 20 to Aug. 19 Under the new law regulating fo hunting in Pennsylvania, sportsmen' association:: in Faycttc county petl tloncd the Game Commission to de clare an or en season on sly old Roy nard in their respective sections this year. As a result the commission at it iccent meeting declared this county open to the hunting of foxes wit dogs at any time, cither day or night except for the 60-day period be ginning June 20 and closing Augus 19. A proper hunter's license for th current year must be in posscsion o all fox hunters as this license necessary to hunt any wild birds o wild animals in Pennsylvania in eluding the- unpiotcctcd species. Fo 1 hunting clubs operating under a per mit do not require hunting licenses Floor Game Here February 25. Uniontown Trojans and Kauf mann's will meet in a basketba! game at State Armory on Fnda; night, February 25. CtNTUBY OlrriLUHO CO. · FCOBIA. AVOID CAR REPAIR BILLS! If you fail to check-up on your car it may mean costly repair bills l a t e r -- L U B R I CATE r ,, M. Service Station tfoussiaux, g IVagncr, £ Totals . Westlnichouse Zimmerman, / W. Miller, f -'. Miller, c -Jones, K Ruff, i! Reed, f Harper, f B. King, g _27 G. - 0 _ 4 _ 3 _ 2 5 59 F. Pts. 0 0 _ 3 _ 3 _ 1 THREE LOCALS SCORE POINTS After trailing 8 to 4 at haKtime, Immaculate Conception High School basketball team of Conncllsvillc staged a thrilling comeback in the inal quarter to defeat Immaculate Conception High of Washington, Pa., 0-10, at State Armory Wednesday night. Only three members of the Owl quintet were able to hit the hoop vith any success. Hunt, George and 'orter did all the point-getting for ho locals, scoring eight, seven and five, respectively. " The N'ight Riders put on a drive n the third period that cut the in- ·aders' lead to one point, outscoring he visitors, seven to four. Shortly ifter the stai t oil the last quarter, the cad was wiped out and the Owls assumed an advantage for the first time vhich was increased to four points when the final whistle blew. The line-ups: Connellsvillc I. C. G. F. Pts. Fettc, f 0 0 0 leorgc, f 3 1 7 Porter, c 2 1 5 ' rlunt, g . 4 0 8 Christopher, g --_,, 0 0 0 Totals - -- 9 2 20 Non-scoring substitutes -- Sidow and Davin. sliinffton 1. C. · G. F. Pts. S . Dasta, f O i l Graff, f 1 0 2 Brchl, c 1 0 2 Aloe, g c 3 0 6 Sonson, g 2 1 5 Totals _ ,, Referee--Floto. Umpire--Logan. . .18 42 EAST HUNTINGDON CAGERS BEATEN BY SOUTH HUNTINGDON East Huntingdon Township High was on its way to a victory as it set a 20-12 pace when the fourth quarter got under way but the Alvciton quintet's defense and offense completely collapsed and Sotuh Huntingdon Township emerged with a 24 to 20 victory. Alvcrton was blanked in the final period as the visiting club, playing at Alverton, came through with a dozen points. The summary: S. Huntingdon Pattcrlme, t Grinarmel, f CrDley, c Ruschak, g Smith, g Silvasy, c Walters, f _._ Johnston, f - - Totals _. E. Huntingdon Bales, f - .. Thorn, f Petro. c - Borcoskv. g Pytlak, g G. 0 1 1 0 2 1 5 _ 10 G. 3 ... 1 S 0 1 ... 10 F. Pts 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 10 4 24 F. Pts 0 0 0 10 0 0 Totals Score by periods: South Huntnigdon _. 2 3 East Huntingdon - 6 4 Referee--Malago. 7 12--2. 10 0--20 WEST PENN BOWLING LEAGUE. Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Pet Motels 9 3 Watts 7 5 Volts 6 6 Cycles . 6 6 Amps 4 8 Ohms ... - - 4 8 .501 .333 .333 Crlslcr Goes to Michigan. Herbert Orrin (Fritz) Crisler resigned as head* football coach a Princeton, announcing he had accepted a similar position at the University of Michigan "with additions duties in athletic administration." Totals 7 2 16 Non-scoring substitute--F. Dasta. Scoring by quarters: Connellsille I. C. . . 0 4 7 9--20 Washington I . C . 3 5 4 4--16 Referee--Logan. Annual County Floor Tourney At South Union Faycttc county's annual undergraduate basketball tournament will be held this year at South Union Township High School as a result of action taken Wednesday night by the Fayette County Coaches Association. Date was not fixed although it will be held about the middle of March. A. J. Evcibart of Uniontown was icclcctcd president, George "Jock" Adams of Georges township vice- president, William E. Dolde of Con- nellsvillc treasurer and Stephen Furm of North Union Township secretary, succeeding Ted Dailey, removed from the county. Blair Quintet Triumphs. The Blair five of Perryopolis scored n 26 to 14 decision over the South Huntingdon Township Alumni at Pcrryopolis Wednesday night. Buy According to Your Pocketbook! BUY A SUIT TOPCOAT Here for tho Price of One Garment Elsewhere. Work Pants $1.50 all szs. Dress Pants $1.85 up SniKlc Coats--All Sizes. Combination Raincoat and Topcoat, all sizes S3.85 Storm Jackets, all sizes, closing out at . - ... ._S2.45 Suits Pressed Wille You Wait! A. SHULMAN N'orth Pitlsburc Street, Opp. Pennsylvania Depot. ('ornor W. ('nnil'ord n n d Kirsl. I'lionr ISO. PITTSBURGH BREWING CO. UNIONTOWN BREWERY

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