The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 27, 1930 · Page 8
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February 27, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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Second Part Pages 9 to 16 VOL. 28, NO. 91.. CONNELLSVIL.LE. PA, U THURSDAY EVEI fING, FEBRUARY 27, 1930. SIXTEEN PAGES. Basketball SPORTINfl WORT n i,Jl %-Jlv i 11 M vJ, ¥V xAlvJLiL/ By JAMES M. p HIS COLL. Basketball Duquesne Preps Conquer Parochial Quintet Before Large Crowd; Score 46-29 Oonnellsvllle Team Puts U» Desperate Fight Against Collegiate Chili. MALEK GETS SIX GOALS Duiquesno University Preps won a ·1C to 29 decision over the Immaculate 'oncoptlon Parochial High Ek.-h.ool last night at State A r m o r y before a very large crowd. The invaders, however, proved too fas-t for the Conndlsville boys." How- over tho local club put up a cleapar- ate battle and made things interesting for the toll Of o preparatory q u i u \et. The line-up: fluquesne--4tt. 1. t. II. S.-2fl. .(Jeringer V - P. Mahoney Hears K ,V. Mahoney .!. W-eselich Q Madigan i/osniak -O... VV'ilhelm Alalek O Tulloy Substitutions -- Uuquesne Props, Vomasi, M.cCafftv.-t.v, Hodman; Immaculate Concu.p 5 ion, Hoey, Hoisson, Jjightburn, E h r l i c i i . Kield goals---i ringer 4, Talley 2. .Soieson, Ehrlich ::, V. Mahouey, Hoey Fouls--Duke J'reps, 6 out of 10; Immaculate Conception, 7 out of 11. Referee--Welsh. Bethany Prepares To End Home Games With Geneva Five New fkeyslone Sack Guardian for Giantl BETHANY. W. Va.. Feb. 27.--Suffering no J1I effects from the rough battle at Wayne sburg on Monday night, Uoach N u t s has beoti getting lii.s men in shap for the last home r.amo of the current season which will ciso mark the closing of the season's r-chedulo. la looking back over the records ne finda that Bethany ha» won 13 Barnes and lost lut four. This is truly a remarkable record when it is iaken into consideration that tho J.iisons havo met and defeated some o[ the best teams In the east and all of the tristate contenders, Bethany has undoubtedly had tho iiest year ever experienced by any .Uifloti cage team and is well worthy of all the praise tliat can bo showered upon them. Built not on one man, but around five brilliant performers i h o Clreen and "VVaito haskoteers have played a consistaut game throughout ihoir entire schedule. They are truly ,t wonderful club and only onoe did i hoy meet a snap in their forward j a u n t , and that ^.vas only after they "Viiad tivf h a r d conflicts hi loss than s wo weeks. Any team having to bear a strain such as this is bound to rrash. Hut the liisons weren't d o w n :'or ions as after losing two games in u row thoy got buck in tlw real stride and h a v o bee^n (roing stronger than ever. With tho last ?amo t»E Uio season being played ou I heir homo floor, tho Itisons hav-o eoiisi'.lorablo advantage as · ieneva hasn't defeated Bethany for two or more years on the home floor. The last time those two rivals met '.ieneva won tho game in t h e fading worlds of tho eucounter by a ly-.'l.S i'oinit. With tiiis setback still r i n g i n g ;n Ihoir oara, tlio Bison basketeers art' o u t to redeem th .niwolves a n d it w i l l lake nothing short of a cyclone to blow them off their path. The many years' t earch of th« ew York Giants :'or a sterling second baseman may have ended when they signed Ed Marshall, above. In the few days of Spring training at San Antonio, Marshall has shown he knowi his business around that keystoi a position. DAVE LAMB SIGNS CONTRACT TO LEAD CHARLEROI OUTFIT FAYETTE TEAMS ENTER CAGE PLAY AT WAYNESBURG North Union and Dunbar, Sectional Champions, Among Those in Meet. TOURNEY WILL OPEN MARCH 20 WAYN3SBURG, Fob. 27--Five fast basktball teatna from i^ayette ocnmty, i n c l u d i n g two sectional champions of the W. P. 1. A. League, have already entered the elxtli a n n u a l Wayneaburg Coil-ego licholastlc basketball tournament to be Btuged hero ou March 20, S!i and K, it was made known hero, Dunb«u- Township, title .holder for tho second time in Section XII, and North Union Township, victor in Section X I I I , arc the pennant winners entered. The other schools lire German Township, Brownttville anl 'Fay- e-tte City. · Herminle, third place o l u b l u Section XII, ie also entered. Braddtik, Mun- liall, McKees R o c k s , WciyncHburg, Wheeling Central Catholic, Warn and Coneniaugh also h u v o filed tu«ir entrance blanks. Wins Florida Golf Tourney A garrison fnush gave (jaFayottes a o4--3 decision over tho iloldeusons last n i g h t at Pittsburg. As announced in ': x he Courier on Monday, Dave Laml) b'-comJ« the manager of the 3!30 entry ot' Charleroi Governors in the Mldcle Atlantic League. The follo-wlTtg dispatch from Charleroi is tho ofl cial announcement: "CHARLEROI, Feb. 26--Dave Lamb of Kanwwf City, catohf r last year w i t h tho local team today signed to pilot tho Charlcroi Governor in the Middle Atlantic league, exceeding Bobby Rice who anBurnes charge of the Wayne«boro Club of 'he Blue Ridgo League. "Lamb has returned his signed contract and will arrive 'iero in April to take over the manage "lal reins ot tho club. "Laet. season Lamb held down the position of regular c a t c h e r , playing in 84 games and tho cha n p i o a s h i p playoff with Wheeling for he Mid-Atlantic flag." PENNSYLVANIA DAY TO BE NEXT TUESDAY PENN STATE ALUMNI PLANS TO ORGANIZE; HIBSHMAN IS SPEAKER [JMONTOWX. Feb. 27.--Details of the reorganization of tho Penu State College Alumni Association were outlined to the Fayotte County AMocia- tion mee:ing in the Klks Club room, UnJontown, last night. Harold Arnold, president of the county organ!nation presided, E. K. llibshmau, secretary of the reorganized association, was thespeak- cr and told the'-10 members oC the county organization attending, of the building program at tho college and of tho aUiletic situation. Under '.he reorganisation Mr. Hibfth- m«n stated the uLate will be divided into 45 districts and (hat IPS dolegfites i would represent t h e various districtB ; at fitate meetingB. · Jri addition to Ihn 45 districts in tho fitate, Mr. Hibshmati stated thatj | the other 47 states in the United j States Avculd each constitute a dia-j trict. Tl e delegates will aleo include j 6«cretarii!S of graduating clasees eiace lS7(i, w-hilo the others are to bo elected by the districts. The wonven of the/state have boon divided into four district*), with thi other -17 state« constituting one die- trlct. Under the reorganization plan Fay ottc courty w i l l be known as District No. 11 and w i l l be entitled to one delegate under the rule of one delegate for the flret 50 members and one each for each 100 additional members. A. Smith, maiunrw c.f the P ilm Beach Connfcrjr Clnb, pr«sentlnr the Florida women's trophy to Maup«e:n Orcutt (left), after the final match of the tourn.wnent i i -which Miss Orcutt defoated V*» Wie (ri«ht). 1,-roce h Ider ef the title. Keagys Prepared For Buick Clash Tomorrow Even ing By U n i t f d ;*ress. HARKISBURG, )''«!.. 2 7 -- T u e s d a y , March 4, has been offl iaily proclaimed Pennsylvania Day by (iovernor John B. Fisher. The proclamation w is made according to the provisions f tho act of the legislature of March 9, 1327, which designates this date ie Pennsylvania Day. · The Governor recon mended that exercises in the public schools have reference to the grani ing of the Chart e r o f Pennsylvania t William Penn by King Charles II o England. Governor Fieher ur;?ed attention to the principle of libeny to all peoples embodied in the char or and to t h e high idealism of Penn and hie wup- porters. Primo Camera is tin; victim of varicose veins and his boxing career will be very short accord! ig to a dispatch f r o m New Orleans p u b l i s h e d in a St Louis paper. Vicftor and Vanquisfcied WESTMORELAND COUNTY TOURNEY OPENS TONIGHT Tho annual Westmoreland county .scholastic basketball tourn«.ment will get under way tonight. j The echedule for the first round follows: Tonight. G o'clock--Arnold vs. Washington Township. 7 o'clock--Vandergrift vs. Scot.tdale. 8 o'clock -- Jeannette ve, Mount Pleasant 9 o'clock--Monesseu ve. EJaat HuA- tragdon. Friday Afternoon. 2:30 o'clock--Sewlckloy Township vs. La (.robe. 3:20 o'clock--Trafford ve, Parnaa- eus. ·1:10 o'clock--Youngwoofl vs. Humt. !i o'clock--Norwin vs. Greensburg. WEIGHT REDUCTION OJPENS WAY WIDE FOR TUBERCULOSIS By U n i t e d Press, PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 27 -- The Groat White Plague of tuberculosis hovers over many a girl who goes too far In her desire to reduce weight, Dr. i James M. Andere told a-n audience !u | the Philadelphia County Medical Society's auditor! im recently. "Tubeneulc«i3 is more than twice ns frequent among girls between the ages o! 12 aii.l 20 as among boys between the saint- ages," he said, Undernourishment, which opens the way wld* to the entrance of tubercu- ia, is often the result of efforts to thin, thd speaker indicated. (Left t* right) Mrs. Riley. of Pittuburgrh, Pa., eo-ngrataUti igr Maar««ti Orcutt «Jter the latter woo 9 afld 4 In · serai-Anal r and of the Flerida 6t*U Golf Championships at the Palm Betush Cc intry Club, J. McGetj's Fairy Maloten Moored a noso victory in the BiHcayno Ray claiming handicap yesterday at M i a m i Race Tr:iek. A. Werizel's Low Gear was second and Jack Howard's IslaH, odd»-on favorite, third The Koagy Corner backftball wont through a hfc.rd workout y day in preparation for Us ga.n morrow nig-ht with tho"cl.-issy dule Hiiioks. Tho -oncoi j t vvi player! at tho .State Armory at o'clock. Tho .South SWo q u i n t e t is wei. d«foaling t.ho M i l l Towncrs, f that it wilt Iw pOHslbl- to b claim for tho city litlo on Uie slv r'nado against tlic i n v a f l o r a i f showing la better t h a n :-e-|;-lstnr fho (,'jtiify organisation, t-'iuco apparent the two local trains wi play for tho honor of iming cha:r an effort, is being made to est claims by comparative s'ores. The noed for a wider KTOPO of in community activities w i l l b cussed with the audience by Ma; 0. Minord Just befor-ii bh- t^tart main attraction. T-ho now chief · tivo ia int-ensoly ini.erej|.d it ·promollou of any sport, fcollnp good for tho p a r t i c i p a n t , tlio fa (.ho cojiuivunity as a who!«. Tho B.ilcka aro woll kawvn U nellsvUlians, aov-cral of tho me of that club having bioii on rostore of the Unity FT;U. and Club outfits in recent, years. Tho first girl {came 10 be i under boys' rules w i l l be the pr nary attraction. It. b r i n g s to; "Siddy" Weaver's organisation quintet from Scottdale. The preliminary will w^ln n o'clock. team ·Kter- e to- 1 bo S:30 upon oling se a wing that ·d by it Ls 1 not -pion, -Wish ports di«- or K. -C the xecu- the it ia t atid Cou- abers the -asey Tered ,-limi- ether ind a NEW YORK, M). 27. --Willl: m J. Lavarre, southern newspaper publisher, was arrested here late last night on a Federal wan-ant ch; fging criminal contempt of court. Dunbar Contest With Uniontown High Postponed Tho basketball contest bet-ween the D u n b a r Township and Uniontown High schools, echeduled for tomorrow n i g h t nt the Leisenring No. 1 gymnasium, hae been indefinitely postpone!., it was announced today. It was eaifl that the school officials felt it unwise to participate in an exhibition game In view oC the fact tlmt both are scheduled to lake part la the \V. P. 1. A. League elimination tournament at Pitt Stadium in Pittsburg next week. Uniontown, champion of Section X, meets Ford City on Monday night while Dunbar Township, for the second time victor in Section XII, takee on Monessen ot Section V on Thursday evening. ' Whether the clube will play off the setto remains to bo determined. KEYSTONE STATE MINK GREATEST QUANTITY OF COAL 11ARRISBURG, Feb. 27.--The feat of recovering tlio pinnacle In bituminous coal production in the United States was claimed for Pennsylvania today by Walter H. Glasgow of Soottdalo, secretary of minee. Bituminous coal production in the Keystone State wae 142,351,359 tons, Secretary Glasgow announced. The Pennsylvania 1920 tonnage ie about 12,500,000 in excess of the total production in the previous year. North Union Passers Will Meet Undefeated New Castle Team in Title Play Tonight '" WORKING TC BUILD UP CHI SOX In the hope of raising the club's standing in the American league, Donie Bush, left, and Mik Kelly, new manager and head coach respectively of the Chicago #hite Sox, are hard at work developing B*W material at the spui ig trai»i-ng carap at §» Antonio. Tsx, Former Casey Club Leader Wonderi) Who Keagy Corners Are There's no queston about who the clty'e outstanding basketball team is in the eyes of John R. DeT emple, according- to the giot of a lettsr received yesterday from the former manager of what wa« prooably the most powerful team e-ver to represent the Casey Club. He wants to know "who the Keagy Corner club is'and why t'tey should, be demanding euch notable attention." DeTemple is now located in Lewie- towa, Pa. DeTeinple admits he ie naturally e partiean of the Casey Club hut he thinkfi the Koagy« are feeling too important. He suggests thai the clubs play the game "and got it - v j r with," but t/he letter wn« writlei before it became apparent that the South Hide quintet wae not willing to talk fair terms and that, ae a conse luence the entire proposition has bee'i dropped. The letter to the sporting editor folio we: "Dear .Jimmie: "I havo been reading the articles appearing in The Courier, which I receive each day, regarding: the- Casey and Keagy Corner basketbal i clubs and have been wondering who the Keagy Corner club ie and why it (should be demanding such notable a\tention. ·"You must admit that the Casey Club was not made or popj ed up over night. All the reputation hey might have was earned by hard work which took some eight or 10 yea is. Now if it was the Prats talking it would be a different story as they als shared in the honors ot helping to make the Casey Club what it te. "The C«jeey Club, as I se s it, should do all the talking with -he Keagy Corner doing, as it. were listening. Now I have all thn reepoct for the Corner team antl would li co to «ee those boys get along, but Mr. Hicks, who I think ic their manager, should learn to be patient, because when you and I were managing teaaie the Corner Club was playing prelimii ary games to ours. Whatever mighf happen I hope it happens eoon. As j ou know, I am for the Caseys bnt if they happen to lose--my compliments to Hicks. Now, Jimmie, rush them u j and get it over with." BLACK, HARKINS FILE PETITIONS AT HARKISBURG HARRISBURG, Feb. 27.--Tho first woman to «eek a state-vide public office at the May primaries and three Rpiublican men yosterd'ay filed petitions to place their names on tho ballot as candidates for the House of Representatives in the 1/erisln.ture. The women candidate, Mrs. Addle W. Dtckerson ot Philadel hia, seeks nomination as a repreKew ativo from the Seventh district. Two ot the men were William C. Black of Uniontown, Second Fayetie county d strict, and James Harkins, Jr., of Mi'iint Pleasant, Fir-st Westmoreland :ounty district. 10. B. Bennett of Indiana filed for a place on the RpubHcan state committee. Jack Sharkey Is favored to score a knockout decision over Ph 1 Scott tonight at Miami Beach, V\s.. Kxperts are unanimous in predicting a kayo verd'ic't in favor of the Bos on gob. * * * 'Wa.ynenburg defeated C irmfchaels, 26 to 19, last night. W. P. I. A. League Basketball Eliminations to Get Under Way at Pitt Stadium. FIRST COUNTY CLUB IN SERIES The elimination series of the Western Pennsylvania luterscholaetio Athletic League will get under way this evening at Pitt Stadium, Pittehurg, with two undefeated circuit contenders in action. The first clubs to go to the wire are North Union Township of Fiiyette county and New Caatle, of Lawrence county, each completing the regular league schedule without a reversal. The New Castle combination lias also cleaned up all of its exhibition battlc.s as well, Connellsville and vicinity is keenly interested in the North Union quintet inaennich as the passers are coached by Ray Welsh, former star of the Coker club which won its , first sectional championship. It is believed Ray ie the only young man who took part on a pennant winning team to coach one to a title. Unquestionably North Union -will be the underdog and this should give the Fayette boys a free lance. A hectic battle ia anticipated and a large following will accompany the North Union quintet to the Smoky City. The girls basketball club will bo guests at the contest, the roster being taken to Pi Its burg in a lxdy. Two other Fayette county quinbete will swing into action on the following week. Uniontown is echeduled to take on the crack Ford Cty contingent and then Dunhar Township lines up against the formidable Moneeseu outfit. While no league championship hope-3 are being entertained, followers of the three schools feel that their representatives will be able to j?ive a creditable account ot themselves. CHRISTIANS DEFEAT KEYSTONE QUINTET BY LARGE MARGIN Tho Christian Bearcats defeated the Keystone Club Jast nfgrht. a!: the Christian gym by a score of 30 to 8. During tho first half I ho contest wan evenly matched. Then tho Bearcats staged a great rally. Clubs desiring games with the B-wtr- cat.s should call 40-1 and ask for Sam. The line-uip: Christians- -M. Keystone--8. D. MotMholder V Harper McGann F R. MeClintock S. Motwholdor C Dnnstou .0 -- T. M«Clintock Subtftitutidns--D. Trump for McGann, McGann for Trump, Cypher for McGauji, Trunirp for S. Mosehold-or, King for Wilt, Witt for King. Field goals--G. MosB'holder. 3, S. M.oaslioldcr 3, McGann 2, Cypher, Trump 3, King 2, Harper, R MoCHn- tock 2, Dunston. Fouls--Christians, 2 out of 2; Keystones, 0 out o* 2. Referee--Hann. G. Trump Witt Johnny Cimpi, who was the est manager in Class G baaaball last yuar and who played with Jearuustte of the Tiiddle Atlantic L/cagrue berre gping to li'ort Smith. Ark., has been sold to Hanover of the Blue RWg» League to succeed Roy Prjrsock as manager. Jimmy Bryan, also od' Kort Smith, has been sold to the WUeelins Stogies of the Middle Atlantic League, * * * West Virginia University won from Marshall Collage, 48 to 35, in a fast clash at Morgantowu last alg-ht As "Gentleman Jim" Did It "Gentleman James" .f Corbett (left), former world's heavyweight champion and now a shmmg light of tho stage, 8 hows Ernie Schlsjf how he used to use tie left and right In the "good old daw " ex-champion, who pr.-sents a perfect phyaique for hi,

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