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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 26, 1930
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T A C K KIGHTEEN. Basketball Basketball B.f JAMES :«. DHISCOLI. Dunbar Leisenring Gets 18 Field Goals to Wallop Sewi ckley High Passers by 22 Points league for season. The rxaasors who S l i e u r o r . M a c h i n e Displays ( twin p i o n s h i j ) Form in Great Floor Contest. MONESSKN FOE IN PITTSBURG A ham-pionsliip team in champions h i p form! This wiis Dinbar Township Hipli School fuskete-e.r3 Tuesday evening when they s w a n - p e d tlui h i g h l y touted Sewickley T o w n - t u p quintet by a decisive marg-tu I ~ c l i n o h the ixMinant in Section 12, Western Pennsylvania InUi-s-.hln£tk- A t h l e t i c the sMXnii consecutive score was r.S to 16. The lied and Dlck Tiart irked followers with poor exhibitions against. F.iyet.te City and Belle Vornon proved that they were real title hold*r» when they sent th« bail through the net on IS occasions while holding the Herminie club, playing on If.s home floor, to five double-deokere. ft was. a groat content and the L«eis- «nrinK boys entered into the sjrirvt of the battle In the very first quarter ·when 11 point? wore chalk-od up. There was no question about Dunbar's supremacy In that Slun/.a as well as t h e third and fourth. Only in the second fnuno did the Horminio clan show any form that m i g h t cope with t h a t of tho Shearer machine. In that period, D. T. i-fcoi-dfid s n v e n point* white the Se wick ley loam tallied an won h a l f do/.en While Dun bar was favored to win, :ho (luoisivones* of the wore was to many a huge However some followers hail f i - l t t h a t if tho Sh.-ea.ror ; u t t i t was-; "on" then there would be i l a n d - s l i d e . There's no question t h a t D u n bar was "on." Tho fact that tho I . e i s o n r i n K boy.s ou (.scored the Sowk;k- It-y w a r r i o r s . IS uoals to l i v e , from the f i e l n k-t't no don :l. in the minds of the Iiackc-.i a u d i t o r i - i m t h a t tho botter i-.lub h;id won t h e hectic struRgl«. I n the recent. content at the I/fttson- . r i n g Moor, .Dunbar won by a ·.::« n t of L'S to lu. In both gatncM, Coach Brute M. Sh oarer w;r. able to i-tve his re- serve.s sin oppoi M u i i t y to weather t u n tire asjiilnst t;i!- veteran H Grannie c o m b i n a t i o n . U u n b u r won the title in tho section last se:.*ou and as was tho curfc of 1929, P e r r y Township finished in hecoud p o ? I U n. Tho Commodores took a c o u n t lie-lit- V c n i o n . Sewlckley, by v i r t u e of tho defeat., drops into t h i r d place. '('lie llcfd and Hhu.-k takes on tho undefeated MoiiR.stt'it passers in tho W. I 1 . 1. A. 1/eaBin- o l i n i i n n t i o K . i at P i t t Stadium on T h u r s d a y n l ^ l i t , March «. Tho AioriesMMX :i ch a n d hi.s aide, worn ou. hAitd, to witness the 1'rfc.y and at .its conclusion congratulated Coach Shoairor. They expressed th-o belief tho D. T. woulf give them p l e n t y of trouble in Pittsiiurs. The line-tip: Dnnbsr -- 88. Sewlckley-- 16, ,'JPu'Vpy ...... I' 1 ......... ________ Oampfleld Skonosavy _____ ' ......................... Uoodlln Miller. -- ..... -'' ................... batirnore Battey __ ........... U ............. ···· Loughner Re-lily ------ ...... -.- t! ........... - ......... -- Potri Substitutions -Nere- for Skonezuy, Behrens for M i l l e r , W o r t h i n g t o n for Behrcns, M i l l e r tor Ttillcy, Hesh^n- iMjrt,' for Bailey, Burkey for Uci'.ly. Wcjia for Lough aer, Nesbitt for Wejia. Field goals -- 'J'uliey S, Skonezny 4, Miller 2 H o t l l y J, Iloshenberg, Carap- ileld 2, Cioodliu, batimore, .Soughncr. Team f o u l s -- Dunbar. 2 out of (i; ,Jewlckli!% (i ou: of 1". Indtvliual f o u l s - -- T u l l o y . 1. o u t of 1; Pkonezny, 0 out of 1; Bohrenu, 0 out JDf 1; Keilly, .1 ( ut. of ^: Oatnpflcld, 0 c-trt ct 11; Goodllu, 1 out of .'i: Lnti- inorfli, 4 out of J ; Haughtier, 0 out of 'a; Wojlli, 1 out of -. Scaring by quarters: W.P.I. A. League Summary "Bowling "Em Ove^' f c r Old England SECTIO TEN Yesterday's Kcsult.-. LTniont.own 2(; Coi ivelktvllle 13 (jrooiisburg 17; i.atrobo .14. Soottdale :M; Mou it IMoaaiMit of lie Clnbo. I'nlontown Jeannette Keottdale I t L. 1 ti S y 11 1'ct. .81',' Latrobe Connollsville Motuit SKCTIOV T i Ycstcrduy's Brownsville ;U: Si uth Union 1-1. G e r m a n 19; R«dst r*e 10. l j oint Marion 17; t eorges 11. iontowii Clinches Pennant In Section Ten With Victory Over Cokers; Score Is 26-13 Standing- of he Clubs. W. L. North Union 14 0 Kedetone 9 4 iJrownevllle 9 5 l-'olnt Maron S (i (.i«rnian . ----- S i C u r m i r h a e l s i 1" (.ieorgei-i -- -- 'A 11 South I'niou 1 !· F'c(, LOOO Brodie, crack British bowler, sends one »i saling down the green in the opening rpunda Jos' the British-American matches for the Charles ·J. Fox international trophy, at Los Angelea, CaL , Although Axa«rk« u leadin«. It will H» n *»«»«--- to win t te largrer total score of gramcs plnycid U is month at Los Angeles, Pasadena, Beverly 1 ills, Long Beach and Oakland, in o-rd« to cptui i UM trophy. Mayor Minerd Will Talk on Need for Sports in City ut Basketball Game Here Fric ay PRIZE LIST FOR FLOOR TOURNEY IS MADE PUBLIC .071 S E C T I O N 1'TYK "yesterday's Ili'snlts. ,1'harleroi 2S; Mou MiKahehi. I I . California 19: Sou h U r o w n s v i l l e 16. Slandinif of :hc -§ ' ( ' l i i f f K x o c i i t i v r WH1 ]'·, nu t Knot' Program J'rocfMi up- W. Moneascn Charloroi Uonorti - - - - - ' 1 L. 0 S S 11 I'd. 1.000 .SS." .500 . 1 1 7 Perry Township In Second Place f T c , GIRLS WILL In Loop Summary j PLAY PRE LIM M a n y A w a r d s to Bo Presented I A t WostnioreUmd School I Flay al (.rwnsbnrc. SPORTSMANSHIP TO BE REWARDED Sports Comment By JOr-TN H, TVH')RIC. South B r o w n s v i l l e ... WpiSt NVsvtou -... C a l i f o r n i a SKCTIO\ ' Yesterday's n u n bar "S; Sr-wic . ley t'l. liatst H u n t i n g d o n :. i ; H u r s t i,"i. I'erry 17; Hi; lie V- rnon 1M. _ Slundinc of he t'lahs. " ; Omibar i I ' e r r y ............ ........ ...... _ ! Sowickloy ..... ....... ..... j l i e l l e Vernon _________ _.. Kast H u n t l n g d o t i ..... \\. .7 ;; .700 ·! t .100 . 2 s .200 .. .... 0 tU .000 East Huntingdon Wins Bcttle in Loop From Hurst T a k i r n a hard fought, pftnio from H o l l o V e r n o n at. that place Irust n i g h t , I V r r y T o w n s h i j ) H.lf;h liii«k«loer» r l l n c h f l spc^ond position in Section 12, VV. P. I A. I.eaKtio. Tho .s.-:oro WAS 17 t o I:. 1 . Tho Commodore* piled up a big Ifxid in the lirst q u a r t e r and incr"af ; e! this in the second stanza w h i l e hoi dine t h e lJ i li»:-s Ht'oreloss. '("!io L I H - - I I P : Pcrrj- 17. Bolle 'V^rnon---12. 8«-('tt.s . . _ F _ M a r t i n (.ialicy P Wasicck ·N.-nkitiH r W a l l o n t i n e Tisnif-hi-r G , Dauor ... ... G -. C.'oaU-s S u l - ^ U t u t i o r i H U a u ^ h e r t y for, K l m n k for B a u g h m a n , Igoo for Bauer, l ; lfi«*.nni :i for t'.' Ki«ld Ro J ' . - n k i n s ", M a r t i n , V V n f r ' i ( M i . \ V u l l c n l i n e 2. * Foul goals Perry, ."! out. of 7 ; B e l l e Vernon -i out of 11. Hcoru by periodn: Porry - - s 3 * - '7 \ o r n o n I 0 7 1---1.2 It tt f e i eo--- A.r n ri ] 1. I ' rn p i re--- Ami t i n . t pi; f o a t u Tho no«d tor a wld'-r SPOT p r u m i n ConnollsviHrv w i l l 1 cnssrl by M a y o r If H. M i n ^ r r i Sl;Uo A r m o r y o n K r i d a s e ' f o n i n t h e Keagy C o r n i e r ( j u i ' i t l ! i i i i - K r l u l ) o f S : o t i d a l - \ A n n o u n c c T J i t - n l of t h i s in:uit; b' the, South Sido today, lopctUcr n ' i i l i t i m iirfoi that, n t p m b e r s of C i t y (.v u n c i ! w be j i r ^ f c n t . for [lie oi'c.'Siuii. T h e C-ornc: r - i u b w i l nifot composi'-d a l m o f i : n t i r e b / of l r r t i t y J'Vat a n d f'.,i.siy C l u b M u r l ' i i 'Hid Fill! i. 1 " "T th-.; f o r n i f and T u r k and a f i m ' t y (. t th w i l l I.H' in t!i«- l u i i ' - i i p . S*M thiii- m i n i i i f i r K : r k ' t i ; i ; i w i l l !)· a l - ! h e r e for t h e cmi r,-:, I r vs as :·=. u i f f J i t , d u o t.o u ' l i c r !-nBa?e:ne-nt e-v^r, the K a n i o w i l l IK j a m n n p l e n t y of a c t i o n 'or M u r l i i n ' K w n i a d f s a. r e a l n a m e for t t i c n i s "-ar ;ig. \ v ' ! U r i u t o i l h i ' - r o^ the, s t a r s . Tho r e n t e s ' ,v o'clock. The m a i n a t t r a c t i o n a;id s program w i l l be prer.rdod by K.ime, "Sitldy" W e a v e t w i l l b ( I t i i n t e t . of lasiiiei , , t n d t h « n p j w i l l b o f r o m Si-ou.daU, I t w i j at 7:. 15 o'clock. s pro- dis- at t h e ; wtion ys the e was ·gallon niaiion 11 a bio i. i o r m e r B-tars. o u t lit l a t t e r i l u n t . s - t o be id last. H o w i w i t h irr tors' IVI?R a ·oil ego begin a 8:30 ;. Fob. 2fi. -- An attractive l U ; t of a w a r d s has leen ee- cxired for v a r i o u o selxx-N anl individual winin'f'.i iti tho (MxUi annual W«itinorel;uil rounty hi|?h school bus hot bul I t o u r n a m e n t , w h i c h opons ;it tlus (.irecritiburi; His!' School pyni- nasium on T h u r s d a y ovoning. The awarvl*. are more nuinorons t h a n have ovor boon offored Ireforo and will S"ive not o n l y t h e i r o n t c n d i n g schools but many I n d i v i d u a l s a rhancp. for c o m p e t i t i o n . Th" l i t i t ;ii i v m i p i h ? d by Itor! E. I.oucks of i ; r r ? o f i s l m r K . f o r m o r l y of Sfiott'lal* 1 . tipc-rvlary of t b o \V?sUnorc- l a n d C o u n t y Sf h o l a n t i c A t h l o t i c As- Koi.'lalion, i« UK folkr.vf-: f i e l d b a s k e t b a l l s t o w i i u u i i . u team in t o i i n m i n o i u , d o n a U H l by J'lutary and K i w a n W i chins of GreonKbur;;. S i l v e r basketballs to r n n n « r - u p , don a i w l by U r e c n K b i i r ^ lOllvri ("lub. Consolation w i n n e r mt'dals. M w l « i l s ' t » tivc p lay ITS on a!l-tjnr- r i a m o n t tivim. to play*r P l m w i n p host r-qiorts- a sir! id otio OK it. Ion begin K J 10--;i« 6---16 Roteree -- Je«w«p. 13 mpire-- -Hone ouk . MAIN OFFICE WINS OVER MACHINE SHOP IN BOWLING LEAGUE The* Main Offluo won throo straight games from the Machine Shop in tho Capstan Glass Duck-pin League last night on tho Elks alleys. McCormiok of the Machine* Shop was high with 176 for one game and 483 for three gam «s. Tho scoria: ·OO SHOP. AI.,VBRTtN, Fob. ing-don T o w n s h i p H from Mount Pie-asai last niwht in the liiui of Section 1- In the mid escaped from ti: Ui r. A loss by th would have sent it place. Tho score w Tho H t i r » t chi'b, v who nover h a n d l e d j this season, showed provemont over e;ir! whon th-e veteran quintet found its guards could not, .Nearly half of the vi made from the free of 13 out of 18 HhoU Hurst was poor In i Tho game was wl' crowd, despite the of i m p o r t u n c u perta (Handing was ait Hi; natural toast Mui rivalry. During thooponini rogod e-voiily. M. S dis-tanco goal that crow with pop and ; | -count was 6-6. Fr the Alvonlon paaser though It was in t.h margin waa so coiiai The line-up: East Huntingdon --31 2 C . - - K a s t H u n t - gh Kchoo.1 won t T o w n s h i p ITlgli i busk-utlNill ?wtnfe V. P. 1. A. LrtjafjiKi is h ing in tho col- AlvtTton c l u b nto a tie for laat \.a 29-15. fth Eith'letos on it. L basketball u n t i l coiu-iidorab-le im- Keiuvon form, but last'. H'untiugTlou ·If tho vlaiting · the goals. ;tor'.s points wore- Inc. t.ho line total beitiB roglstorod. ills dtvpartnioiU. itcvss-i'd by a gxxl 'act. that nothing ning to leagu. iko. It wa» jtiHt Hurst FLAMING SIX AND \ IME ERIE CAGERS GREENWOOD GIRLS BATTLE SATURDA' PLAY TIE CONTEST AT NEWELL F J to TKY-t f o u l hootor. Award* Cor member:- of all-consolation team. There are Hi NXUIW enlornd in the tournament, i n c l u d i n g Sci/ttdulo, Mount Pleasant. J l u r - i t , Kast Huntingdon, Monesiien, N o r w i n , Circous- 'burg, Ijiitroho, Sowirkley · Township, iTleann-otte, Wtiahitigton Township, Ar- j noll and others. i A r n o l d w i l l moot Washington in Iho ; flrtU game at 6 o'clock tomorrow n i g h t . Bailey , -- 1'lts-t , . . . . . '-Pippinf _. iUawson ,,, 1SS 1IWI iaa -,, , --,119 McCoriaick Dummy 35 137 106 139 SC 09 !».", 113 11!) 176 37-t MS :i;:s :i7B 4,S3 255 Totals Flstier 751 G98 685 2134 M A I N OFFICE. _156 138 120 420 _ _.14S 12^ . 10\j 37t! 1U3 124 122 409 _.1U t8 97 SW llalst on -- 15'- 152 l^-'J 4'J" fiwaliuu 13- Ki6 145 4'iU 2371 O t h e r Dozort _________ F 1 .. A u d r i s h ----------- C Tomochko ... . ..... -- Q. l.xm m o n ..... ----------- 1..G. SubatttationB-- 'Wai Hy«kvll for Donort, (Irish, King for Tom Ijemmon, Canupbei Strelixsh for M. Smi Ivurtn, Fulliirton for (foals -- ShaM , Tomocbko, Isa Smith ii, Kurtz 2, Si out of 18; Hurst, 3 , Kwf«t e*) -- DiriscoLl , -. poriod 1 tho battle inlth sunk ;. long filled tho H'UTRt t UM quartor tho "in that poin-t on . drew ahead, al- laat half that tho lerably in-creaaod. Hunt-- 15. Lohnran _______ M. Smith --------- Kurt?, ---------- Jonos _____ W. Smith o.n for Slweffer, IfiJch-er for An- jciikn. Crosby for ! f u r Ijishman. h, McOoogan for JOTlt'B. or i!. Dezorl, Hyi i n n n , C'roaby, M. roUhch, VV. Smith. H u n - L i n g d o n , 13 ·lit of. 14. Alttio«t?h it ruine« at. i'ato Robley, Cal., yostorday, It fi il«xt to cheek tho workout of the P· rtsburg i-lub. The -niioldon bold » There vfnt ateo a Townd. at ap" lor U Th« Fltunlng B-ix and tin? Greon- wood J.I K. Ch-upeh xlr\x played to an 18-J 8 tio contest at th 1-aM.or's floor la-it nlgbt. Bell, with seven Hold gouts, kopt the FlamiiK Six ou.t in f r o n t most of tho tinio. Siinelor and Fa-sola did will to hoUl d o w n the opposing forwards and provenl a dof-oat. Prit chard and K t i a w n . ahifto! into forward positions, regt»tored the goals needed to tic.. 'J r ho l i n e - u p : K him In? Siv- Ifi. Greenwood---IR. Boll F.... Mc-Cahon Manctieo P. DeBolt M. Wa^rnor -- C Strawn Martin S.r. . Rnskvy Kihgter ,-- XI Pri.U-ha.rd Kasola -·· -- Rowo Pi-old g-oalB--F*oll 7, MnnoitfFo '!,, McCahon I, Prltchard 4, Stniwn. The. aiiTiiwil baske-lbfill toui of the 1'lttaburg Lain- Hlrie. I A t h l e t i c Association w i ; l IK J CD on Saturday afternoon and eve the Nowell K y m r i a s s i u m . In l.lH! oftr.rnooii. the four cntorwl will compete and in. th in-g the two w i n n i n g c l u b s wil for t'b3 t i t l e and the right to re the anKooiatkm in the .N'-e.vr Yo tral Linefl niM?f at Indianapol on HViday nnd Sotunday, Marc' S, DIekerson R u n , Newell, Rocks and Younf'town f o u r ontries in tho i.ournoy. nilroad ductel ling at teams ) p.ven- nattle jreaent k C»n- i, Ind., 7 anl vre t h o ALVERTON GIRLS DEFEAT DUNBAR IN CLOSE GAME AI,VKRTON', Fe-b. 26. --The D u r i b i i r Township 1-figh School K i r J « were con- querexi by a stiore of i!5 t.o 21 last night l)y the ISofit Huntingdon T o w i i G h l p fiextet in a groat floor contest. It wae tho p r e l i n i i n n r y to t h o twys' gam« between A l v e r t o n a n d H u r s t w h i c h t h e f o r m e r won. wwither yoetoiday. Prexy Dailoy of the Mi i-Atlnntic is rozKly to pi-y off the lid. John Piciie, better kno'vn to n i l as .luck Q u i n n , tho great t ^ ' i r l o r of tho Philadelphia Athletics wl o refu-Hos to prow old, is in excel Ion t j'hysical condition, according to word coming from tho near Pacific Coast resort whero he Is in training. Jack i« hoping for a. better «ea«on and we nil -oin in wishing him luck. YPB and down at Dlc'iorKon Run, thoy're getting pri/nofl for another groat campaign in th« P. L. E. Jvoa- jfijo. The Youfjh boti copped th-e t i t l e the other year and hcj- hope to reap the harvest this fa'. 1. Definite plans w i l l be niade soon The South Conwollcvilte F'u-emen aro undeeidod fwi yet hnt there's every indication of a very busy campaign at that plucf;. At. Scottdale, tho womei arc playing a part in tho diamond sport. On Tuesday night, March 1, i cart) party w i l l ho hol«l at the SUU-e A r m o r y and -sfvoral hiin!re! perwons are exiiectwl Ui attend. .Many from Oonncllfivillo w i l l he present. Tho prox^wla arc for tho Voting Cardinals in t! e M. A. loop. Not that it matters but--Uniortto'wn won't i-ompeto in tho Fayettc county program of the Pennsylv; nla Forensic 1/eague. Tho s t i n g of defeat still "burne np" tho conntysoa ere. It might [ seem tough hut t h o d a y s of "cttyrtis" urn gono as the towuHhippere have shown Uwarnselv-e« Jn»t a , good if not. hotter than those afflicted w i t h tho dread "cltyitis." i rionnellsrllie Ixxal ot the Fayetto [ c o u n t y Fish Oamo Pro .octive Aflso- j cifition w i l l present an catertainmont ; Tnofi1ay n i g h t , March 4, at th« ?.ligh School. You can ttttfiixJ fre* if you , luivo yonr membership rand. If you · are a lovor of the great nitdoore, get | yoti namo on tho rolls at^onco. 'Hi.0r 1 are m a n y who w i l l be gla i to «ign you u p . Every mombor enrillod IJKMUIH i grr-ater etrength for th© organization. j Tho goal is 5,000 for the connty. i "---- j In a.nHW'or to a QIKT?--Goorge L. · fTex'i Richard, nationally known box: i n g promt«r, died at. Miami, Fla., on ! J a n u a r y ti. 1329. i And it seemts as t h o n p h the Koagy j Oorn-or m-uiaRer knows ji si what, k i n d j of a drubbing his quintet would got if ; it. would stack up agains-. the Caeeys. i Tho Irteli proved that they wore real '.sports erai though the;- would b« ! hiking part in a game or Keriee in j which thoy had e v e r y t h i n g to loso and j nothdng t.o giiin. Thore'i no question that the Cosey team SB b / far the superior one and the only oatfit that can claim the city championship. Counfcyscalors Go Fnio T/onl At, Start and Are Ne-vor Threatened. LOCALS MISS MANY FOULS Tli 1,'niontown High School btuskcl ball i|iiintot clinch«l five chainplotwhip of Section X, d o f e u t i i i i j the Cokor haskotcors la^t o v e n i t i j * at the lociil gym w i t h (lie decisive scorfi of Jsfi-K!. The countyeoaUM-s got into t h o i r K l r i d o shortly alter the openinj- of tlio first iMiriod and pilel up a larso margin wiUi rapidity which tho locals never threatened drtring tho en- t i r e struggle. The vteltore sot 10 (i-old goals :-omparod to throo tallied hy (innelisvillo and oolloetod eix out of 10 tries from tho foul line. Tb« Colters mado a very poor ahowing in 1*i« flo- p«irtrn«nt only counting for seven out of 21 attempts. The gymnasium was jammed with huniroda of frenzied fans -who kopt t h o u h a l l filled with, thuwieroas cheers. 1,'niontown had a roal delegation of roo tors here aivd they consistently made tlioir preeencc hiiown. Many were turned away from the door and only early arrivals wero successful in g e t t i n g Kcate. f i i i o n t o w n scored firsl.. Everhart was g i v n n a t'r·(^e shot w h i c h ho rogis- t c - r o i l . The countyseatcrtj deafened all oth-er Bounds with t.lwir ron.r of ap- pltiuKfr. S h o r t l y after J. John «cxrei a n o t h e r from tho tonl lino. The game had progressed for three mtnntes and neither team ha/d neon able to get n clear shot from th* field. Miller and Undo had nach been given two a.t- tM7iTts from tho freo zona but had failed to register. Still the Cokcr fans were hopeful. Kverliart and J. John hoofitod ihe invaders' tally, each p e t t i us a doublo-docker. As the quarter ended Jono« toeped in a free throw to oalio tho fsount, Uniontown 6, Con- nellsviile 1. r Hio second period was fast and filled w i t h p l e n t y of action. Both teams c;ifr,c.\ throo nold goals but Union-town in creased Us margin with acoirate 1 lire we fro-m tho foul line to a 15-8 Bcoro.-. Johnson left the game in the letter p a r t of tliifi period via the per- ·sonal foul rule but not nntil ho had c o n t r i b u t t v l five points to the Coker t a l l y . H-e was alfio refipon^ible for two of the three double-deckers made by the local battlers. ConnellsvUle managed to coirnl for fivo foul Roa!« during the second half ol' the fray whilo Unioulown broke t l i r n u g h to s-core the eame number of Hold goa!«. I^vorhart led In scoring laurels with three double-deckers and a f o u l to hin credit and played a big part in breaking up the Coker plays. Tb* Oranct- and ftlack Reserves topped the Senior class quintet in a h e c t i c preliminary c/onteei by an 18-11 Rudo Classified Advertisement/; . resti-Hs whon placod in he ool- nmns of The Daily Oourior. Scottdale High Hard Pressed by Mount Pleasant Although B u r l e l g h Grimes, hold-out pitcher of tho Pirates, was expected (o call at headquarter* in PlttsbtirK yes- torday he failod to uuiko h i n aiipear- anc-o. Giant Pitcher Takes Turn at Bat i SCOTTDAljE, Fob. 2 . -- Unab-Uv to | m a i n t a i n its load acquire 1 in the first cnuirter, M o u n t Pleasant f e l l be-fore the belated r a l l y of the S olUlale Hish School passors la^st n i g h t 34 to 2!), in the final W. P. 1. -A. be tgiie c o n t c f i t at State Armory. It wan a groat contest and the t i d e of tho battle was t u r n e d i u tho second period w h o n Scottdalfr t a l l i e d six points and bold t h e M o u n t i e s K:orf- Icss. From t h e n on it w is a nip and f u c k sctto. The l i n e - u p : M o u n t Ploosant-tJa. .SeotWale-- 34. Benedict .......... -- ..... - F ..... -------- ...... Skein p Pa lad in a, ....- ..... ..... ...... F ............ .............. Kkiher FreKl. ___________ ..... _ .......... C ....... --------- ............ . Cox V o l k i i i ........ -...-. .......... f!. .... ........ ----- Waido AbrouiHon ----- ..... C! ........... -------- ..... HUH!I Substitutions -- V-al.iante for Hono- t l l c t ; ('amlin for Skernp. KicUl goals -- B f l n n d i c t , Pahidina 5, -Freed. Vol-kin 4. A b r o m s i . n ^, Skcnip, Kif.hcr 4, Cox, Waide, TUsb 3. Foul goals'-- M o u n t Pk-iHant, !! out of (j; Suottdale, 7 o u t of '1. Score by periods: M o u n t Pleasant ......... .. ..... U Suottdsilo ......... -- ........... -.-.. 5 Hol'cri'f -- M t i R l a t h a r y . Tlio line-up: -Ht. I.'n ion town--2f». K...._ For«l F Rverha rt C J. John Jones 0.-- Harri-i Johnson G Rankin Substitutions--Sell rum for T/uczek, Konif for R c h r u m , Bradley for Johnson, Fike for J. J o h n , Hoinbaugh for llanxin. Field goals--Rude, Johnson 2, Vor\ 2, Evorhart 3, J. J o h n 2, Harris 2, R a n k i n . Foul goals---Kudo. .'! out of G ; Miller, 1 out of 7; Jonas - out of 4 ; Hradley, missed '!; Johnsoti, 1 out of 1; Ford, 3 out of 4 ; Everhart, J out of 2; .T. J o h n , 1 out of 3: Hcinbaugh, nwde 1. Rrfareo-- Speer. POLISH BOWLERS BEAT ELECTRICALS IN CAPSTAN The Poliuh JJepartineuit won two out of threo s'aiuoH from the KloctrlcaJ Departmon t in th; Cap»tau Glass Duck I 3 in Jrfague last, riig^ht on J31ks alleys. I'ittsnwnt of the Polish was the boss bowl«r \.ith 1S9 for one gam* and 4S(i for threo guniw. The scores : 1C! .KCT'RbCA L DKPT. C-roiifle- .............. ------------ 120 'JO 111 178 .!. Oebo ............... ________ 113 H. Anibrl.s^o ..... ______ ..... 1:J4 85132 123 162 J27 341 466 401 4-1.4 Totals .......... ..... _________ 63D U5S CIS 1907 9 HI--- BO 9 H-- 34 I ( I n dock ..... | J. A-utbriseu ' Shipley lHJl ........... _139 148 Tks is not a. picture of a. WoiW.Series game. It is ·»- in hairting practice at S»a Antonio, Tcxae. McG«« Fzod Fttxsiromoiui, nif ttn fMiint^, Fypve ttRfl »wt ' ia behind i te n'"'-" Hard on l ; rt'slni.fii, S I O U X C I T Y . Iowa, Ft;!/. 2li -- Fi in«!ii of 'Moniiriuwtiir Col osc here, l i v o u n d e r a rlprld s-st of rules w h i c h p r o v i d e nine-it : ppc'ir In the rollcjcf libro.ry for two hours p a c h » v f » n i n c , IIP I n i h p i r rnon H hy i n nnd in bfd by H P, M. d a i l y xc«pl Saturday and Sundays- Pitl:«n**nt 1C4 189 r. at) 123 .132 13l J 2 7 HHJ 94 119 H I 366 377 349 4SG 4Sli Totals ..._71 6til r,ry PJ7i J o h n DeTemyle, fnriiH'r numa.gor ol j the fancy C l u b , wi-itr* from' l/owls- j t o w n . !';i. r wh.'rc IIP nw rewidpK, ask- i n c " w h o a r c t h " Kr«spr C V i r n f r Club" mid hit; i n t n r f « - i i n a l e t i p r - v i l l ba printtxl tomorrow on t h i n Da«\.

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