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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, PONNELLSVILLE, PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 193S. Basketball THE basketball Sportorials By JOHN H. WHOEIC Sports Editor COKERS WALLOP EAST HUNTINGDON DISCARDS "MONEY" SCHOOLS East Huntingdon Township High has taken a step in the right direction in eliminating from Its football schedule schools of a higher classification, teams that were booked merely because o£ the attractive financial inducements. The 1938 calendar lists only Class A opponents.. Alverton is but one of many schools scheduled by some of the larger institutions that arc looking for · "breathers" for "their respective grid combinations, schools that are able-to offer flattering guarantees to some of the smaller clubs that cl- ways have money difficulties. Principal Bill Davis, as likeable a man as you'd ever want to meet, is honest about it when he mentions the subject. "We're not going to play any of the bigger schools that we booked heretofore only for a financial reason because we don't have the material to compete with them," the principal said. He pointed out that these larger schools usually have powerful clubs and practically ruin, physically, the weaker opponents in competition. "One game with some of these r.ig clubs and your own is shot to pieces and doesn't amount to much for the rest of the year." says the East Huntingdon--principal Land Conner grid mentor aide. 'While Alverton is foregoing Class AA schools in football and confining its program entirely to Class A, it really belongs in Class B since its senior high enrollment" is" only 333. The combined junior: and 'senior enrollment, however, aggregates 629 but in determing classification only the last four grades arc tabulated. But East Huntingdon requested the "A" class inasmuch as most of its neighbor rivals -- Scottdale, Mount Pleasant and Hurst--are in that Croup. With only 333 students from which to receive grid candidates, Alverton normally isn't able to produce dubs that can successfully compete with those that have 1,000 or more. The move of the officials can bring only praise from those interested in its football destiny. DunbarTownshipTrims x Ligonier in Section 10, Hurst Beaten by Derry First Place Will Be Determined at Leisenring" Gym Monday Night. YOUNGWOOD IS . ALSO WINNER BITS HERE AND THERE Dispute over classification of schools for Westmoreland county's intcrscholastic basketball tournament March 4, 5, ll'and 12 resulted in a postponement of drawings and a meeting ot coaches has been called for Monday night to settle the controversy. There are 22 entries in the meet and eight kicked. Amending of existing by-laws will be cansid- ered . . . Clarence F. (Heinie) Mueller, former National League outfielder who has managed farm clubs (he was at Monessen in the Pcnn State last year) and scouted for the St. Louis Cardinals, is the new leader of the Monctt Arkansas-Missouri League "club. He succeeds Pitcher Joe "Davis who took over the mid- season last year . . . Lou Gchrig, first sacker of the Yankees, has hit a total of 22 home runs with the bases crammed during his major league career, two more than he has been given credit for in the accepted records', according to Leonard Gcttelson. This gives him six more "grand slams" than Babe Ruth who held the mark until Larrupin' Lou passed him . . . Steve Hornick of Maxwell, injured in a football game at Bobtown, has returned to his home after 111 days in Brownsville General Hospital where he waged a successful fight with death.- For days he was fed with a needle but his prcserverance cheated the-Grim Reaper . . . You'd never enjoy a basketball game sitting next to Coach Steve Stcphanian of Charleroi who's a bundle of "nerves" . . . Sixth annual University of Pittsburgh- indoor track and field champions were being run this alter- non at the Pitt indoor track. At least the shot and 880 were due to be bettered with determined assaults on the high and low hurdles and the The two "D. T." basketball quintets, living up to all pro-season forecasts, today stand tied for first place in Section 10, Dunbar having trimmed Ligonier, 46 to 23, while Derry Township turned back the threat of a scrappy Scarlet Hurricane of Hurst, 33 to 31, at the former's field while Youngwood defeated East Huntingdon, 47 to 21, on Friday night. Leisenring had no difficulty in taking the measure ~of Ligonier,-outplaying the home club in · every period. -Coach Bruce M.'Shearer's warriors got off to a 13-2 lead in the first quarter and had a 24-10 advantage at the half. The Red and Black completely outmaneuvered Ligonier but continued to miss easy shots with many sleepers being blowed. Leisenring will have its big moment on Tuesday night when it tackles Derry Township at its home 'floor. A victory will put the pennant in the bag for the Shcareritcs as the only game that will remain after thai will be the trip to Alverton and there is no likelihood that East Huntingdon Township can score Its first league victory at the expense of the Dunbaritcs who have always managed to take over that club in both ends of league competition year in and year out. Hurst had dished out the initial setback to Derry Township while Derry Borough whipped the township five for its second loss whereas Leisenring was beaten by Dcrry Township and Youngwood. The line-up: Dunbar Township Hcrchlto, f Paulosky, 1 Hasson, c Husband, g Yourich, K Roscnstccl, f __ Hertzncll, c Kontra, f. G. 2 4 5 1 4 3 0 F. Pts 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 Totals _ - - Non-scoring substitutes--Romanki Bcnko. Llfronicr Donate, f Ramsey, t Mitchell, c . Snydcr, g Hantz, g McColly, g G. _ 3 _7 _0 _0 Totals 10 F. Pi 0 1 ] 1 0 0 1 S 23 Non-scoring substitutes--Christnc Zuri, W»lt. ' Score by quarters: Dunbar 13 11 8 14 Ligonier --__ 2 8 7 6--2 Referee--Ortncr. 50 dash Laila Schou Nilsen of Norway won the 1,000 meter race to clinch the women's speed skating championship of the world at Oslo. She was three seconds ahead of Miss Maddy Horn of Braver Dam, Wis., who finished fourth in total points for the speed title . . . A British ' pilot, flying a comba'. plane, bettered the world's record for land craft by firing from Edinburgh to London at approximately 409 miles an hour . . . Catcher Rollie Hcmsley, former Pirate, has been traded to Cleveland by the Browns who got Catcher Billy Sullivan, Infielder Roy Hughes and Pitcher Ed Cole. Syracuse Hockey " .". Club at. Duquesne . . .".. .Garden .-Tonight PITTSBURGH. Feb. ,, 12.--The Syracuse Stars, who are trailing the Pittsburgh Hornets by a single point in the western division of the International hockey league play the rittsburghers at Duquesne Garden tonight at 8 o'clock. The Stars are the only team in the league who have scored' a win over Coach Donme Hughes' team on Rush, home ice. They also hold a four- j Midialowski,,~n two edge in the total number of vie- AH, g lories during the season. j Hart, f --i ~___ 1 i Owls' Varsity Takes Measure Of Graduate The Immaculate Conception Hlg Varsity basketball team flashed scoring offensive in the final quart to put to rout a stubborn Alum quintet, 27-21, Friday evening at U- State Armory. The Own Varsity held the.uppc hand in the first period but th graduates came back- strong to kn the count at 10 just as the first ha ended. Continuing through the thi: quarter at a mad pace, both tear counted six points to remain deac locked. Holding the Alumni to Pvc poln in the final stanza, the Night Rider led by Lloyd George and Hunt, mo than doubled that number as accu ate shots went swishing through t net. Soisson and Rush did the large part of the scoring for the ex-schw boys as each caged three field goa and tallied once from the foul line. The line-ups: I. C. Varsity G. Fette, f . . I George, f ... --'.· Porter, c Hunt, g § Christopher, g Gciger, f Totals .... I. C. Alumni Soisson, Raymond, f .,, 3 ---- 0 _ _ 2 F. Pi 0 1 -o 1 0 - 1 --e Bill Jesko, Fayette City Coach, With Pirate Team At Armory Monday Night . HUNTINGDON UPSETS DERRY IN LOOP GAME Perry Township High again figured i the wrong end of a, setback, this me South Huntingdon Township king a 47 to 44 decision in Section 8 Friday night as a result o£ a 2-point barrage in the final quarter. At the same time West Newton loved into a tie for second place ith Belle Vcrnon by scoring a 30 36 decision as Faycttc .City fin- hed on the short end of a 32 to 24 ount with Scwickley Township, oslraver Township, unbeaten this car, has already clinched the gon- alon. South Huntingdon took a 24-21 at ic half but the Commodores pressed head in the third "frame only to avc this lead overco'me as the Ruffs- ale boys cut loose with its big rtillery. The line-up: crry Vilkic, f Hair, f ollins, c iorcnfc, E tatzula, g Basketball lovers who have always wanted to sec a first class professional quintet in action will be granted an opportunity Monday night at State Armory, when the Westinghouse team plays host to the Pittsburgh Pirates, winners' of the first half of the Eastern Division of the National Professional League. Some of the greatest players ever to be graduatcd'from Carnegie Tech, Pitt and Duquesne are members of the fast-stepping Corsairs. Headed by Bill Jcsko, captain last season at Pitt and at present coach at Fayetto City High School, the roster includes Dudley Moore, Hymie Ginsberg, Ted Riggs, Walt Miller, Tim Lawry, Don Smith, Eddie Wisbar, Martic Rcitcr and Herb Bonn. A preliminary gams featuring the Paramount Juniors and the Coraopolis Trojans will start at 7:45 o'clock. Extra bleacher seats will be erected to accommodate an expectant crowd of 900 fans. Doors will be opened at 7 o'clock. The main attraction will be at 9 o'clock. G. . 7 . 3 . 6 . 2 . 0 F. Pis. 0 14 1 7 4 16 Totals . _ oath Huntingdon Valtcrs, f ohnbton, f . silvasy, c --1- luschak, g Smith, g 18 G. 5 6 6 1 1 8 44 F. Its. 5 15 2 14 1 13 Totals 19 Score by periods: 'crry Township -- 13 8 louth Huntingdon _ 13 11 9 47 7 10--44 1 22--4' Georges Township Loses io Create Tie In Section 14 Race Georges Township was toppled by South Union. 21 to 20, to create a tic for first place in Section 14 at North Union came through with a 28 to 24 win over Point Marion. The two club* will clash Tuesday night at North Union. And to top it off German Township scored a victory over Redstone, 2: to 17, to chalk up the first league tn urnph. City Dartball League The winner of the second round f the City Church Dartball League vill be determined this week whrn the Lutherans and M. E. club meet t the latter place, both having won 3 and lost eight. Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Pet. 1. E. Juniors -- ._. 0 6 .601) 'irst M. Epis. 13 8 .619 Lutherans 13 8 .619 United Brethren 12 9 .571 rcsbyterians 10 8 .555 Baracas 9 9 .500 .lethodist Prot. 6 9 .400 Evangelicals 5 10 .333 Christians _. 5 13 .278 Games Next Week. Monday--Baracas at United Brethren, M. E. Juniors at Presbyterians, Evangelicals at Christians (postponed "rofn January 25). .Tuesday--Lutherans at Methodist Spiscopals, Evangelicals at Methodist Protestants. Greensbarg Spree Halted By Johnstown Grccnsburg's undefeated record was shattered Friday night as Johnstown took a 24 to 13 decision over the Westmoreland countlans at the Flood City gymnasium to create a deadlock for first place In Section 9 Each team has won 11 out of !2 starts in league play. Latrobe Bows To Scottdale By One Point SCOTTDALE, Feb. J 2.--Scottdale took a 27 to 26 decision over Latrobe in a Section 9 game Friday night when Grant sank a field goal the final whistle was blown. Graf, had taken hon rs for the game with 12 points, getting four two- pointers and as many from the free inc. It was a nip and tuck game with the Scottlcs coming through with a great punch in the second and thirc quarters to get back into the running after Lalrobc had taken a big lead in the first period. The line-ups: Scoltdle G Bycrs, f 1 Zcarlcy, f Akcrs, c Graft, g Skcmp, g _ _ Province, f . Totals Latrobe Masscna, f Yanarclla, f -Steel, c Hough, g Slnkey, g -- Collograndc. f Pagnanclh, f .. G. . 1 __ 0 -- S _ 0 _ 2 2 _ 1 F. Pis 1 0 2 4 12 0 0 7 27 F. Pts. Free Scoring Contest Finds Lujack Getting 24 to Pace Two Clubs W. P. I. A. League Summaries SECTION 9 Yesterday's Results. Norwin 35; Jcannctte 28. Johnstown 24; Grecnsburg 13. Scottdale 27; Latrobe 26. Conncllsvillc 50; Mt. Pleasant 38. Eighty-Eight P o i n t s Made in Section 9 Setto At Ramsay Floor. LATROBE COMES HERE TUESDAY Standlne of the Clubs. W. L. Grcensburg 11 1 Johnstown 11 1 Norwin . 9 3 Conncllsvillc 5 7 Scottdalo 5 7 Latrpbc 4 8 Jcannette 2 10 Pet. .917 .917 .750 .417 .417 .333 .167 Games Tuesday. Jeannctte at Mount Pleasant. Scottdale at Greensburg. Johnstown at Norwin. Latrobe at Conncllsville. SECTION 10 Yesterday's Results. Dunbar 46; Ligonier 23. ·' Derry Twp. 33; Hurst 31. Youngwood 47; East Huntingdon 21. Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Dunbar Township . 8 Dcrry Township 8 Youngwood .. _____. 8 Hurst 5 Derry Boro. --__. 5 Ligonier . 2 East Huntingdon 0 3 5 5 9 10 Pet. .800 .800 .727 .500 .500 .18: .00 Meeting Ramsay High Bobcats at .lount Pleasant Friday in Section 9, Connellsville High administered a rubbing to Ned Culler's quintet with Allie Lujack scoring nearly half his cam's total. The final score was 0 to 38. , The Cokcr defense was easily olvcd by the clever passing attack the Bobcats but Lujack and his mates overcame that by scoring more points. McClure replaced Evans in the Orange and Black lineup and came hrough with a pair of goals. Mara:as was substituted for Reed and he, oo, added to the jokers' total. Rudnie and Lanzino 'were the big ;corers for the Bobcats, each count- ng 10 points. Allie found the hoop for 11 double deckers and two fouls to boost his .otal to 199 points in 12 W. P. I. A. L. ;ames. This brought his average back to 16.5 points per game. Tuesday night the Cokers play heir last home game in the W. P. '. A. L. when Latrobe comes here for a return engagement. Another large crowd is expected to jam the High School gymnasium as the locals make a determined effort to even the series. The line-ups: · Conncllsvillc Reed, f Lujack, f 2 1 10 1 4 | 5! 3! Games Tuesday. Ligonier at Derry Boro. Derry Twp. at Dunbar. East Huntingdon ot Hurst. SECTION 18 Yesterday's Results. Sewicklcy 32; Fayette City-24. West Newton 39; Belle Vernon 30 Totals _ - .. Score by periods: .Scottdale - . . Johnstown has a tough assignment Latrobe _ - _ at Norwin Tuesday and then has Referee--Lvans. Mount Pleasant ot home Friday while -- -- -- j South Huntingdon 47; Pcrryopolis 11 26 5--27 6--28 Grecnsburc tncklc^ Scottdnlc nnd Jcannctte next wek. Wins for both would necessitate a playoff c.irae to decide the divisional champions. Shanksvlllr Trimi Stoyrstown. ·Stonycrcvk Township HlRh of Shanksville scored a 37 to 30 decision over Stoycslown. Limited Training Reason For Johnny Woodruffs Weak Stride A limited training period was ad- [ den in New York Saturda to i board track curves, vanccd by Cnrl Olson, coach of j shoot for the 880 in the New York i The news item from New York Johnny Woodruff, ConncU-vtllc'c A. C. meet. ' City points out the menace as fol- Olympic champion and University of | "H C ; coins over the same road he | lows: 44. Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Rostravcr Belle Vernon . Wcs-t Newton Pcrryopolis Scwickley Fayette City South Huntingdon Pet l.OOi .600 .600 .50C .30 .27: .182 Games Tuesday. Rostravcr at Fayette City. Scwickley at. Belle Vcrnon. SECTION 16 Yesterday's Result*. German 22; Redstone 17. North Union 28; Point Marion 25. South Union 21; Georges 20. Pittsburgh athlete, ns the reason for traveled last year, when he finished what was a disappointing perform- | i nrt in the 600-ard nice in the MII1- ancc m the Millrojc games last Satur- i ros( . mctt n m j camc day in MadUon Square Garden m j f; cw York A. C. 880. New York City when the former Cokcr middle distance acr finished last in a field ot seven in the half- mile event which was won by Charles Bcctham of the New York Curb Exchange A. A. "Kaitcrn experts still arc fccking Georges to explnm the astounding Hop of big Xorth Union Standlne of the Clubs. W. L. "Johnny could have finished better had he desired," Olson asserted. "However, when he saw he could not win he merely slowed up and permitted the Held to pass him. 1 am not worried over the result. Last summer he had trouble in Japan due to bad tonsils and he underwent an operation for their removal during the .Thanksgiving Day recess. His physician would not permit him to resume training until after the New Year's recess. His rivals last Sntu. day all hati competed In several meets indoors while this was Johnny's first. He will be back leading the pack home in the near future." Harry Keck, sports editor of the Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph, wrote: "It was very nice of the sports writers to report that Johnny Woodruff, Pill's Olympic champion, was bumped and knocked off his stride, causing him to finish last in a field of seven in the 880-yard run in the Mlllrose Gnmes in New York's Madi- -0 - 4 son Square Garden night. last Saturday G. -._ 3 . .0 _ 3 .. 0 -- 0 i Wlndbcr Topples Shade. Windbcr High scored its seventh straight victory in Somerset County Class A League competition at the expense of shade Township, 37 to 28, the Miners using two teams !o cjp- lurc the tilt. Keane, e 1 3 27 F. Pis 1 0 I 0 (I 1 0 . j "It was an interesting explanation, j but it really didn't happen that why. i "We have the word of Johnny's . coach. Carl Olson, on that score, and Carl should know, for he was there with Woodruff and his relay team. "Wh~t happened was that Wood- 7 j ruff just simply w.-sn't ready for the 0 j race and couldn't stand the pace. He 7 led the- field for three laps and then "In his first meet both last year and this the Negro" flier was up against a field of stars all of whom had several meets under their bclt-s. "Woodruff's schedule for the rc- to win the John Woodruff in the Mllirosc half mile race m Madison Square Garden last Satuiday night. Touted ns a probable winner, the gangling University of Pittsburgh colored athlete grabbed the pole by a terrific spurt at the gun. set a brisk pace for two mainder of the indoor season calls i laps, though obviously hampered by for him to compete in the Pitt championship this afternoon, the New York A. C. meet the following weekend, the 1C4A meet on March 5, the Central Intcrcollegiatcs lit Notre Dame, March 12, the Butler Relays, March 19, and the West Virginia Relays, March 20. Then he'll be set for the outdoor campaign. He w s unbeatable outdoors last year, when he won the IC4A 440 and 880-yard titles, the National Collegiate A. A. 880 and the A. A. U. 300 meters. HP had his tonsils removed last fall nnd normally figures to be even better this year thnn last "Woodruff, now 22 years old and a Junior at Pitt, is fl lect. 4 inches tall. He has the longest stricJc of any runner now competing. It spans nine feet. Exaggerated reports have had him striding up to 12 feet, but Coach Olson says he doesn't cover more than 10 feet even when he overstiides himself. "Originally Coach Olson planned to step up Woodruff gradually into a miler, but that prospect now appears to be remote. Woodruff himself Is sold on the idea that the half-mile is his best distance, although he is equally good at the quarter. "Nci'.' ^r Woodruff nor Coach O' son is worried about Johnny's showing Saturday night. They know what was wrong, and that plenty of work will straighten him out. And says Olson: " 'Watch him .step out when the South Union Point Marion Mapletown _. Redstone German - 9 --9 - 8 - 5 --2 - 2 -I Showman, c . Stipa, g McClure, g _ Marakas, f _ Totals Mt. Pleasant Lantz, f Rudnik, f Gardino, c Damico, g -Queer, g Zelska, c Lanzino, 1 G. _ 2 _11 _ 3 _ 3 _ 2 _ 1 F. Pis. 5 24 6 9 4 2 2 10 4 4 6 2 10 38 Score by periods: Connellsville 14 11 13 12--50 Mount Pleasant 11 8 10 9--38 Referee--Hazcnbakcr. -22 G. _ 1 _ 5 _ 2 _ 2 _ 2 _ 1 _ 5 6 50 F. Pis. Totals ..18 East Huntingdon, Hurst Teams Lose Derry Township scored a 33 to 31 victory over Hurst to avenge an earlier setback in Section 10 while East Huntingdon finished on the short end of a 47 to 21 count with Youngwood. Pet .90C .901 .72' .500 .200 .182 .100 Totals . Scoring by quarters: 1. C. H. S. 4 faded ai"l foil baek. lie may have 0'stumbled off his stride, or he may , °"'door scr n gets under-way.' 5 have been bumped a bit, but the real | "It is no secret that Woodruffs 2 i reason for his defeat wns that he wangling frame and lorij' .striding arc simply 'didn't have i t ' Meaning the ! « s adaptable for Indoor umninj,'. 3 21 necessary stamina. I where he lias to contend with the the banked turns, and then faded out of the picture. He jogged home in last place. "Some observers insinuated Woodruff quit in a hull when he found himhelf outrun. The fact is the Olympic champion, previously unbeaten at his half mile specialty since 1936, has been unable to round into condition following a recent' operation. Woodruff last his sprint I because he lost his tonsils in December and only icsumcd training a fortnight ago. "Oscar Hcdlund, a crack middle- distance man in his day, held a stop watch on the half-mile field and timed the leaders by l.ips thus-; Woodruff, 19.0; Woodruff, 21.4; Mel Trutt, 21.6; Trutt, 22.0; Charley Bcctham, 20.8; Bcetham, 21.0. Half a mile iji five and a half laps of the 160-yard garden track. " 'Notice the even lap pace,' Hcd- lund said today. 'The boys had to run all the way--no loafing. Bce- tham timed his bid nicely. " 'I watched Woodruff closely. He wobbles badly on the turns because ' he doesn't begin to lean toward the inside soon enough on entering a ' curve. He starts his body bend too late. All experienced board track' runners begin leaning to the left i just before they hit a banked turn. | Thus they roll with the curve and j counteract the pull oC ccnti ifugal j foi co. " "A'ooJ.'Utt :'.'-''?ys his body Ijtnd I until he is well into the ( curve and j .so is dragged up the bailie, lo.sinfr traction. He is awkward because his legs are abnormally long. He Games Tuesday. Georges at North Union. Redstone at Mapletown. German at Point Marion. SECTION 4 Yesterday's Results. Donora 37; Unlontown 27. Charlcioi 41; Monongahcla 27. Monessen 30; California 21. Standing of tlic Clubs. \V. ... 9 8 7 6 3 2 California 1 Donora _ ,, Charleroi Uniontown Monessen Biownsville . -Monongahela L. 1 3 4 4 7 8 9 Pet. .900 .727 .636 .600 x.300 .200 .100 Games Tuesday. Uniontown at California. Brownsville at Donora. Monongahcla at Monessen. Howitzers Tumble Leisenring Cagers By Decisive Score The Howitzer Company continued its winning streak Thursday night when f * won from the Leisenring Ponies by the score of 54 to 37. Next Thursday at 9:30 P. M. the Howitzer Company will play Company D of Monessen at State Armory. No admission is charged. The line-up: Howitzer G. Vanorsdalc, f ^.. 4 Kolick, f .. 4 Coligan, c . 7 Schmidtkc, g 7 Barrett, g 3 Totals 25 Lciscnrinc G. Gerbalo, f ." 0 Matsko, f 2 Goodman, c 8 Mt "arrity, g ______ 2 Gailcy, g .... 5 Totais ._ 17 Referee--Stanko. F. Pts. 1 9 1 9 0 14 0 14 2 S 4 54 F. Pts. 1 4 16 5 11 37 Alumni Referee -Logan. 0 Id fi ! "It was Woodruff's first race of the , sharply banked turns." j should stick to the cinders where the imloor season, and he hadn't been , The Connellsville ace advised long straightaways and flat, easy rfble to put in much real tramtna due to give up indoor (lack competition curies allow him plenty of room to 21 to mid-year examination-: He'll be by an expert who docl.iu-d stride nine ,md .1 h.ilf feet Indoor i ic.idy \vhcn he socs back lo the Gar- i Woodruff m^v I 1 *- i uincH by the \ rimnniK m.iy i um him.' " PITTSBURGH _ WESTINGHOUSE PIRATES vs REFRIGERATORS National Professional -- Fayctlc County League Club Champions STATE ARMORY - 9 P. M. MONDAY February 1 4TH llY 7:1.", Paramount Juniors vs. Perryopolis Trojans Fayuttc County Junior Champions Adults 50c Children 25c

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