The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 11, 1938 · Page 13
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 11, 1938
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. FAGS THIRTE15I7 ALVERTON Sewickley Township Is First Opponent Sept. 17 On 1938 Football Slate GRID GAMES Opening Home Clash September 24 With North Union High. SCOTTDALECLUB IN YEAR'S FINAL ALVERTON, Feb. 11.--Football will be returned to the athletic curriculum of East Huntingdon Township High School next fall, it was announced today by Principal William Davis who made public the grid schedule that embraces nine games, one yet to be booked. East Huntingdon called off its football schedule last season after John Zubic, captain and fullback, was fatally injured in a game at Latrobe. For the first time fie school will play only schools in its own classification--A--as it is dropping AA and B clubs. The local school has a senior high school enrollment of 333 although the entire high school .including the last six grades, totals 629, The 1938 season will open away from home with the club of Coach Pep Tomechko traveling to Hcrmlnic to tackle Sewickley Township on September 17 while the following week will find the inaugural fray at home with North Union Township as the attraction. The campaign will close wtih Scottdale appearing here on November 12. The schedule follows: Sept. 17, Sewickley Township, away. Sept 24, North Union Township, home. Oct. 1, Dunbar Township, away. Oct. 8, Youngwood, away. Oct. 15, South Huntingdon Township, away. Oct. 21, Mount Pleasant, away, (night). Oct. 29, Hurst, home. Nov. 5, open. Nov. 12, Scottdolc, home. Caseys Beaten By Four Points AtRankin Gym Horseshoe Champions Exhibit Their Wares Before Center Crowd Local horseshoe enthusiasts were treated to a real exhibition of "barnyard golf" Wednesday evening at the Connellsville WPA Recreation Center indoor courts when State Champion George Curry of Fayette City, paired with his southpaw sidekick, Don Evans, reputed to be the best portsidc tosscr in the country, took the measure of E. R. Fazenbaker of Evcrson, former State title holder, and Eddie Gallagher of Connellsville. A crowd of over ISO jammed the basement of the Center to witness it. In the singles mutches, Rudolph Bourrctt defeated Stoner, 52-15; Curry trounced Gallagher, 50-11; Evans took over Gallagher, 56-36; Curry dropped one to Fazcnbakcr, 50-41, Burrett took the measure of Curry, 50-43, Stoner defeated Evans, 53-32. The complete results follow: · Doubles. , Pts. R. D. R. Pet. 22 39 26 16 The Casey passers suffered a 50 to ·16 setback at the hands o£ the strong Rankln Christian Center quintet at Rankin Thursday night. The locals were lost on the small floor and overshot the basket icpcat- edly. Rankin comes hcie for a return game February 28. The line-up: Caseys G. J. Tullcy, f ._ George, f Brown, c Quinn, g Hart, g Soisson, K -McCleary, g . Totals Rankin Hrubic, f Pluchta, f Stcfero, c Grachen, g _. Hritz, R . _ Malackany, g Krcling, g - --. Manhattan Co-Eds Want to Play Here Manhattan Co-Eds Basketball Club of New York City will begin a Pennsylvania-New Jersey tour in about j 27 30 35 33 Gallagher _. Curry ~ -Fazenbaker Evans First Singles. Stoner 15 28 Baurctt _ -- 52 39 Second Sinclcs. Gallagher _ - 11 15 Curry _ 50 28 Third Sinclcs. Gallagher -- 38 21 Evans . _ -- 50 25 Fourth Sinclcs. Fazenbaker -- 50 54 Curry . _-- 41 51 Filth Slnclcs. Baurett _ -. 50 41 Curry -,,- - 46 38 Sixth SInilci. Stoner 53 35 Evans 32 30 54 ____ 4 __ 3 __ 3 - 4 __ 5 . 0 0 G. __ 4 __ 4 ___ 9 __ 2 ..1 V. o 2 1 1 1 1 0 rts. 10 8 1 9 11 1 0 8 46 F. 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 Totals . - _ 23 rts, s 9 19 50 17 18 11 10 All-Star Fistic Card February 14 At Pittsburgh Ring | PITTSBURGH, Feb. 11.-- Right on "· I (he hccli of the greatest boxinc show held at Motor Square Garden years, Promoter MinU came to bs with the announcement of anothe 47 j all star fistic attraction for the E,is 65 Liberty arena, for Monday nicht February 14. Mints hn.i booked twc 42«°^ ^ lc greatest fighters in Amcric; to oppose two of the outstandlni local battlers in n double wlndup o 10 rounds each. Frllzic Zivic returns to action against none other than Frank! Blair, New Jersey's sensational wcl tcrwcight in one of the tens. B'.al whipped Gordon Wallace in the sem wlndup to the Apostoli-Glen Lc 57 fight at Madison Square Garden las 53 j week. j In the other ten rounder, Eri .. | Seelig, the German refugee, meets I Quaill. Scelig was formerly middl and light heavyweight champion o 78 43 Woman Swallows S3 Spikes. CRANBROOK, B. C., Feb. 11.-Mrs. Aloysius Simon of the St. Eugene Indian mission had too much iron in her diet. When Dr. W. F. two weeks and Business Manager j Green operated on the woman he and Coach Gerald R. Thorne would removed 23 six-inch spikes from her like to have his quintet 01 female I stomach. She could not explain how passers come to Connellsville. I she had swallowed the spikes. The Co-Eds, former college girl athletes play against men's teams and six lost, under men's rules. Last year out of' 78 games, the Manhattanites won 62 and lost 16. During the present New England tour 11 games were won Managers of teams can arrange games by writing to Manhattan Co-Eds Club, 210 Fifth avenue, New York City. Germany. He was expelled from Germany and his titles taken awa from him because of the fact that h was Jewish. Jle is making a dc termined bid for recognition challenger for Freddie Stecle and th fracas between Eric and Quai should be another thriller. oker Five Journeys To Mount Pleasant for League Game Tonight Continued from Page Twelve, ind and a win will knot up the title lasc. j Section 10 competition finds Dunar Township journeying to Ligonicr 'lule Derry Township, tied with oisenring for first place, is host to tost /while Youngwood goes to Al- crton. Should both "D. T." fives numph, the spotlight will turn to he Red and Black gym next Tucs- ay evening where Dcrry Township uts in an appearance. In Section 18 where Rostravcr Township has captured the laurels, "crry Township goes to South Hunt- Weirton Meets Westinghouse Here Tonight Weirton Tin Plate Mill of Weirton, W. Va., will be the attraction at State Armory tonight, opposing the Westinghouse baskctcers. Weirton has a-recoid of 25 wins out o£ 28 starts which indicates the Icemen will be In for a busy session The game begins at 8:4 "j o'clock. ingdon, Fayette City plays at Sewickley and Belle Vernon goes to West Newton. Legislature Must 0 K Fish License Boost HARRISBUHG, Feb. 11.--Following reports of discussion nt various sportsmen's meeting relative to an increase in fishing license fees. Commissioner o£ Fisheries C. A. French today announced that no increase in fishing license fees can bo made under the new code without the approval of the Legislature in 1939. "So that there will be no misunderstanding, the board wants flsh- eimen to know that at this time it is not advocating an increase in the fishing license," said Commissioner French. "Should the majority of fishermen decide that such an increase in the license fee is necessary, the board would not be in favor of WLS, ALUMNI PLAY TONIGHT AT ARMORY Immaculate Conception High plays at home tonight, meeting the Alumni at State Armory. Coach Earl Trump's Varsity has been hoping to get a crack at the gradua'cs and a change in the basketball calendar made it possible for the two clubs to get together on a date. _ such a move unless the increase was used solely for the purpose of acquiring and creating additional flshln? waters." "Golil in Thpm Thar Prune-!.' SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 11.--The modern version Is "There's gold In them thar prunes." California prune growers have received more than $1,000,000 on their 1937 prune crop from the Prune Credit Corporation. THE BIGGEST V A L U E NEWS IN T O W N ! With a RECORD BREAKING Men's Heavy Ribbed UNION SUITS Now at This Smashing Low Price All other Under Garments greatly reduced. Men's Fancy Dress SOX Never Before Sold at This Low Price. For Three Hours Only, 9 to 12 A. ar. 2c pair With a purchase of 50o or more on any Item purchased on Saturday morning only. 69c Men's Work SHIRTS 3 iff" ^ 5c Tills is not the regular Slilrts Hint sell near tliis price. TJiese shirts nre full cut nnil arc guar- untccd. MEN! LOOK HERE! 15 Dozen Brand New Set the Alarm Clock niul ~Ko On Time for These 10 Men's Dress Kcgnlur OSc Grade--Going at In Plain and Fancy Patterns. Will BO like hot cukes oil a cold day. The first 10 customers ivill buy one For Only ?.". ._Sizc.s from :). (o '10. The Pants Alone Are Worth More. The Greatest Shoe Tallies in Years MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS .95 $1 K With milifary or rubber heels. A real buy for any man! A Close Out of Boys' 4-Piccc SUITS Formerly Selling For $7.50. Mothers.! Get here cnrly for this low price. $1.95 Remember! First come, first buys them. While they last. 120 Pairs of Men's Cottonade WORK PANTS WhUo they last only 7flc --Get Here EnrJy! 134 No. Pittsburg Street, Connellsville, Pa. This Week We Are Celebrating Our 47th Anniversary -- What Better Way Could We Show Our Appreciation of Your Valued Patronage Than to Bring to You a Birthday Sale with So Many Real Money-Saving Values. For 47 Years Our Direct Producer-to-Consumer Plan of Merchandising Has Intro* duced New Lower Price Levels. Our Strict Adherence to the Highest Standards of Purity and Quality, with Particular Laboratory Control, Has Made Possible Our Unqualified Guarantee of Satisfaction or Your Money Back. To This Service We Attribute Our Success in Food Merchandising Down Through the Years. We Extend You a Cordial Invitation to Visit Us During Our Celebration. Big Opportunity to Save Money On Your Food Bills! Week-End Sale oi Finest Butter In America . Richland Farm Style Boll 2 The Moit of the nest Breid for the Leut Money ·jumbo loaves Iarg» cam sack Delicious Cucumber Pickles ?£"· 210 14-01. bot 2 2£ 250 * is-oz. cnn» Fancy Tomato Ketchup Quality Cooked Spaghetti Pure Tomato Juice 20* Fancy Pack 2 tut* ttl. Zlc caniDlack Farmdale Golden Bantam Hnio n Supply on the Shelf. No.2 rjin. Ib. Sale o$ Phillips 1 Brand Tomato Soup *£ 5c Vegetable Soup £X 5c Tomato Juice 2 »s 15c FARSViDALE MILK 4 cans 25c Bisquick large rce. 1o C« pke. 9g FlakesT 22c:2 3£ 19c| BnftB^ Toilet Soap 3 ?£· 19 C Lifebuoy Toilet Soap 3 c ;ff' I9cl WINS®' Pa £? 20c : J small pkgx. 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