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PAGE TEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELL.SVILLE, PA. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 193S. Basketball Basketball Sporforiais - By '3OllS H. WHOK1C Sports Editor Cok^r Swimmers Beat PIRATES BRINGING SOME, OF COUNTRY'S TITT AND ATHLETICS Pitt's new athletic policy to bo administered by a faculty committee effective March 1 will be the most rigorous in the land and we believe Pitt will be more meticulous about · following its code than some o£ the colleges from which parts of the regulations have been borrowed. Action in abolishing the athletic council in favor of a faculty board of control and committing the school to drastic.eligibility restrictions and outlawing of subsidization focuses the National spotlight on the University ol Pittsburgh inasmuch as it has already climbed to a dazzling place in the football sun. Its fortunes under the new setup will be closely observed in the future to determine, if possible, how much of Pitt's athletic domineering might be attributed to the boy who has needed, and received, a little extra help in pursuing a college education. · The code of athletic conduct, termed by some as one oJ "purity," brain child of Chancellor 'John G. B o w m a n , is undoubtedly the Panthers' answer to Inferences and charges that its athletic prowess is j only as great as its subsidization program. True, Pitt stars have been given a helping ha'nd^ So have stars elsewhere in the country. "Without this aid hundreds would not have been able to receive o college education but comment on this view would only open a long argument on the "right-or wrong" ' of subsidization that can't be gone into now. · · . " · "Pitt's'step has been taken to make 'athlelics'only another extra curricu- lar'ac'Uvity'and to keep it as a college "function and not an enterprise 'that belongs to the city ot "Pittsburgh. " The action has not been unexpected as it conies in the wake of the "Wbitcy" Hagan plan which followed the Jock Sutherland-Don Harrison rumpus with two Rose Bowl controversies agitating the situation. But the eligibility requirement has been tightened beyond that of the Ivy League or the Big Ten. The new provision states that no student shall be eligible for-membership on any team, until he has completed "satisfactorily" one full year of scholastic work. Under the new code, a football player or a member of a golf team must take full-credit courses and must be in good scholastic standing to, "represent the school in intercollegiate athletics." No scholarships, loans or remissions of tuition shall be awarded on the basis of athletic skill and no financial aid can be given students with the purpose of subsidizing them to promote the school's athletic success. Football practice can't begin before September 10 and must be limited to two hours daily. Summer practice, is abolished. Seasons will . be limited to eight games with the first not earlier than October 1. Game scouts will be limited to one for each game unless both teams playing are on Pitt's schedule. This and more arc embraced in the pronouncement of one of the country's ranking educational institutions. Only time will determine rs advisability and proprietry. Duquesne in Dual Meet; to Butler Saturday Go Triumph Over W. P. I. A. L. Champions by Margin of Two Points. LOSERS GET LEAD BY DIVING EVENTS Connellsville High School's swimming team, scoring its fourth consecutive victory in dual competition this year, handed the first defeat in three seasons to a strong Duquesne water club at the Dukes' pool on Friday afternoon. The performers of Coach Red Barr were compelled to spot the home club eight points in the diving events and it was only through victory in the two relay contests that were last on the program that the Orange and Black contenders were able to continue their undefeated record. Duquesne had won the champion' ship of the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League last year and the victory will make the Coker squad a favorite to figure in the gonfalon this season. The triumph over Duquesne was a hard earned one and was decided by a score of 38 to 36. And the final event, the freestyle relay, was captured only by inches. This particular contest turned the tide. The summary of places the Orange and Black captured: 50-yard free style--Won by Keffe'r. 100-yard breast stroke--Won by Folcy, third Peterson. 220-yard free style--Second Min- crd, third Blackn. 100-yard back stroke--Won bj Colborn. 100-yard free style--Second Kcf- fcr, third Bcighlcy. Medley relay--Won by Cokcrs (Colborn, Folcy and Boyle). Free style relay--Won by Cokers (Willard, Clcmmcr, Sapolsky and Bclghley). Conncllsvlllc goes to Butler'His! School for another swimming mcc' on Saturday, February 19. JUNIOR CAGE LEAGUE PLAY IS "RESUMED D aramounts, Dunbar, Hollywood, Leisenring Teams Triumph. VICTORY EDGE IN ALL LARGE BITS HERE AND THERE Frank Wysocki, Villanova College 'All-American, got a big surprise and thrill when he learned five Marquette football-player:! voted him the best end they had played against last season. Frank didn't appear in the Marquette game ... A county newspaper picked 'out a lineman for honorable mention and it developed he actually played about half a quarter in." three games I "The "expert" must have seen more good in the boy than did the coach'. . . Persons who contributed to' the John Zubic benefit fund in East Huntingdon township will attend an entertainment Thursday night at Alverton. All who gave to the fund that was used to buy a home for the mother of the fullback-;, captain, fatally injured in a game last fall, will be given free tickets ... Governor Jimmy Allred of Texas owns Pike's Peak but he'll have to go after it if he wants it. When Hice met Colorado in the Cotton Bowl, 1 Allred wagered Big Bend Park in Texas against Pike's Peak with Governor Teller Ammons of Colorado. After Rice won, Ammons told Allred: "Okay, you win. Come and get it any time!" Baseball talk in New York indicates Catcher Gus Mancuso will wind up in Cincinnati because he's on speaking terms with the press and his boss, Billy Terry, isn't. Gus told reporters his salary was c u t . . . St. Louis Cardinals don't have any catching problems with four, among them Mike Ryba, on the roster. -Ryba, a former Scottdale player by the way, can be catalogued for any., position . . . Giants and Athletics open the Grapefruit League 'schedule at Lake.Charles, La., March 5 ... Ligonier has one of the finest gyms we've ever seen. There should be more like i t . . . Basketball compeition is evened up in at least throe sections--9 where Greensburg and Johnstown arc tied, 10 where Dunbar and Dcrry Township fight it out Tuesday and 14 where North Union and Georges decide the race tomorrow . . . After winding up its W. P. I. A. L. program, Connellsville plays two series, one with Immaculate Conception and another with Dunbar Township ... If you want to i see basketball class, you'll be at State! P'-ates do their stuff . . , Wally re- i minds us he picked Johnstown to stop Grecnsburg. After being idle for a week, the Junior Basketball League back into action with BEST BASKETEERS TO ARMORY TONIGHT T H R E E F A S T CHURCH LOOP CAGE GAMES WPA swung games at State Armory Saturday. The Paramount Juniors continued to go through piny without a defeat when they took the measure of the Gales in the first clash, the score being 40-13. Wendell Stone came through with another brilliant game when he registered 15 tallies. Harry Lopes was close behind with 13 markers. Orban stood out for the vanquished outfit. The second forenoon fracas saw the powerful Marchclletta's Clover Farm quintet from Dunbar present a stubborn defense that allowed the I. C. Frosh but nine points. The score was 32-9. The Owl team failed to tally one point in the first canto. W. Lizzn sparkled for the Furnace Towners. Led by Laughrey, with 11 double- deckers, St. John's, Christians And United Presbyterians Triumph. DAWSON CLUB , SUFFERS LOSS Three hard fought games marked the play in the Y-Church League Thursday evening with the St. John's H. N. S. defeating the Church of the Brethren in the first, 33 to 29. Herchko led the scoring for the winners with 11 points while Van i four j Hoy contributed nine points to the a y- losers' total. Photy Pcrrus was the big gun for the Christians as they defeated the Dawson M. E., 44-31. Stickel looked well for Dnwson. Roy Filburn and Dick Miller found the range with deadly accuracy in the final sctto, scoring 15 and 14 points respectively, to lead the United Presbyterians in a 46-31 triumph over tile Leisenring Presbyterians. St. John's Herchko, f Lcpolsky. f PSlvochalk, c , Gallk, K Maccyko, g -- tumbled the Willow Inn entry, 42-1 , G. 4 4 -- 3 1 2 F.rts. 3 11 1 9 0 0 1 Two Dunbar Cage League Contests Won by Two Points Alter being blanked in the first quarter, the Bowmans came through with a great finish to topple the Hi- Dc-Ho five, 30 to 19, while the Independents nosed out Morrcll, 26 to 24, and the DeMarco quintet took a close decision over St. Rita, 34 to 32, in the Dunbar WPA Recreation Center Tri-Town dribblers. The final afternoon tussle saw the Leisenring cagers take over Lou's in a hectic battle, the final score being 36-20. Smitli copped individual scoring honors for the Leisenring lads while Middlcton looked good for the locals. The line-ups: Gales G. F. PU. Orban, f 5 2 12 Scacchi, f 0 0 0 Dclligatti, c 0 1 1 FnO, g 0 0 0 Ford, g 0 0 0 Basketball League. The line-ups: Dc.Marco Lizza, f -M. DeMarco, f J. DeMarco, c -Parker, g Dunaway, g Manzola, f . ·Totals .-.St. Rita. Salatino, f . Matsko, f . Pope, c -Testa, g Candilora, g _ Isola, g .. G. - 4 - 5 _ 1 - 1 5 0 -ID G. _ 2 _ 1 _ 0 _. 4 ..- 6 3 F. Pts. 2 34 F. Pis. Totals -..- 16 Score by quarters: DeMarco ..10 14 2 6 32 St. Rita _ -Referee--Harvey. Independents Bigley, f McDowell, f -Nygren, c Maloy, g Nygren, g Maddes, c G. 1 .. 3 - 2 _ 1 -- 5 _ 1 8 2--34 8 16--32 F. Pis. 0 2 0 6 0 4 0 2 0 0 10 Totals 26 F. Pis. Non-scoring substitutes--Daugher- ly, Mincrd. Morrell R. Uhazic, f .. K. Baughman, f -B. Tishman, c T. Uhazie, g C. Fredrick, B Trcmba, g , Totals . Non-scoring substitutes -- Walker, Henderson. Score by quarters: Independents .... _ Morrell ., Referee--Urich. 2 14--26 6 12--24 Use Our Classified Ads. They bring results. Cost a Bowmans G. Bruno, f . 3 Sold^ino, f 8 Jarvis, c 0 . Bogosky, g 2 Caruso, g . o Totals · 13 UI-De-Ho c. Gent, f . .. . o McDowell, f 3 C. Harvey, c . _ . 3 L. Harvey. « . i D. linker, K _ _ · Totals _ . y Score by quarters: Bowmnns _ . . . Hi-Dc-Ho ... Referee--Urich. F. Pts. 0 1 2 1 0 Totals i Non-scoring substitute Paramount Jones, f , ~~ Lopes, f Stone, c Kline, g Furtney, g -Wagner, g Totals G. 1 6 7 1 . 2 . 0 .17 3 13 ·Vcrnavn. F. PU. Non-scoring substitute--Robinson. Score by quarters: Gales Paramount Referee--Hyatt. 2 10 8 3 0--13 7 11 13--10 Dunbar W. Lizza, f .._ Gent, f Jarvis, c _ Dunaway, g - Yulzy, g _ McDowell, f _ G. 4 2 3 3 2 1 Totals -. F. ris. 0 8 1 5 0 0 0 1 F. Pts. Non-scoring substitutes -- Aldridgc, Rossi, Bruno. I. C. Frosh G. Sidow, f ____________ 2 Davin, f _______ 1 Cunco, c ___ 0 Hoye, g ..... ___ : --- 0 T. Flynn, g __ . __ 0 Conncll, g ------- O 6 17 2 5 0 4 30 F. Pts. 0 0 0 6 1 7 0 2 U 4 8 10 12--30 t 4 E--19 Totals 3 3 9 Non-scoring substitutes--Hartman, Bradley, P. Irvin, R. Irvin, Galiardi, Bradley, Dominac, Smith. Score by quarters: Dunbar 10 8 212--32 'i. C . Frosh 1 .- 0 0 6 3 -- 9 Referee--Hyatt. Willow Inn G. F. Vts. P . Mongol!, f 4 1 9 Snnsone, f O i l DeBolt, c 1 1 1 Morrison, g 1 0 2 McGaritty, g 2 0 4 Totals .1 3 17 Non-scoring substitute--Marr, Hollywood A. C. G. F.-Tts. Durbin, f 1 0 2 Renner, f ..6 0 12 Laughrey, c 11 0 22 F . Landymorc, g 0 0 0 Stimmcl, g 3 0 6 Totals 21 0 . 42 Non-scoring substitute--Burdettc. Score by quarters: I Willow Inn 3 6 5 · 3--17 ! Hollywood A. C. ... 12 10 8 12--42 i Referee--Jones. Talionizo those who Lou's Marcondi, f .... Noschese, f .... Taylor, c Rose, g Middle-ton, g . Decker, g'. Totals Non-scoring Corrudo, Rowt\ I.ftscnring W. McQuade, f Szepesi, f . Soltis, c Gmitcr, g . L. McQuadc, g Rums, 1 G. F. Pts. Totals ,, . . 12 Referee--Johnson. Umpire--Still wagon. Chrfotlanx G. Conwny, f S Wilson, f 2 K. Brooks, c 3 Cartwright, g 1 H. Brooks, g 1 II, Brooks, g ·) Pcrruj, f 6 5 33 F. PU. 0 0 2 1 4 8 | 1 9 0 8 0 2 , 5 29* F. Pfci. 0 10 0 4 0 G 0 2 0 2 1 9 1 13 Totals Dawson M. E. Spro.it. f Sutherland, f _ Stickel, c Livergood, g -Rimel, g Miller, f . Husband, c Richtcr. g Burdettc, g --21 G. 4 -- 1 -- 8 -- 0 0 . 0 1 0 o Totals . M Referee--Still wagon. Umpire--Ruff. United Presbyterians G. R, Filburn, f 7 Hurt, f 2 Hyatt, c 2 Miller, g 7 Glass, K - 1 D. Filburn, g 1 2 44 F. Pla. 31 I F. Fix. 15 Totals . . . LcLicnrinjr Prcsby. H. Hess Washbaugh, f Goodman, c Culver, g Bailey, g -.20 G. 1 2 ._ 4 -_ 3 5 1 3 2 G 0 14 0 2 0 2 6- 48 F. Pts. Tolals Referee--Johnson. Umpire--Stillwagon. Westinghouse Takes Measure Of Jeannette Playing at Jeannette Saturday, the Westinghouse basketecrs took the measure ot the Jay Merchants by a 33-25 score. Showing a complete seversal of form, the icemen unleashed a bewildering passing attack that swept through the home club's defense to pile up a commanding lead in the first half. Freddy Miller found his "shooting eye" to register 12 points while Bill Miller and Bcrnic Jones were close behind, each scorinj. eight tallies. The line-ups: Westinghouse G. W. Miller, f ___________ 4, McMullcn, f ___ l F. Miller, c ______ 5 Jones, g .......... -- 4 Zimmerman, g ____ l · F. Pts Hecklers Have Field Day To Help Kiwanians Topple Rotarians in Ducks Match With the "hecklers" enjoying a field day, Kiwanis Club bowlers won two out of three games from the Rotary Club in the first of a scries of three matches at Live Wire alleys Friday night. "It was the new type of heckling to which the Rotarians were subjected that gave us the victory," was the terse comment ot Dr. E. F. Fitz- Gcrald, assistant oports chairman who substituted for Dr. W. A. Pujip. The latter is on the bench with a torn cartilage in his leg. In another comment, not so terse, Van Humbert, leader of the Rotar- inns, claimed "dirty work at the cross roads." He asserted it was his plan to roll for total pins and that when the Kiwanians got his boys to agree to best out of three games somobody pulled a fast one, * Kiwanians had the Rotary members outnumbered nearly two to one and easily won the argument by "out-shouting" the latter. Several good scores were recorded, with Humbert having high for a single game when he registered 174. Horowitz, another Rotarian, rolled 173. The teams clash in two. other W. P. 1. A. League Summaries SECTION 9 Games Tuesday. Jc.innette at Mount Pleasant. Scottdale at Grecnsburg. Johnstown at Norwin. Latrobc at ConncllsviHc. SECTION 10 Games Tuesday. Ligonier at Dcrry Boro. Dcrry Twp. nt Dunbar. East Huntingdon nt Hurst. SECTION IS Games Tuesday. Rostraver at Faycttc City. Scwicklcy at Belle Vcrnon. SECTION 18 Games Tuesday. Georges at North Union. Redstone at Maplctown. German at Point Marion. SECTION 4 Games Tuc-day. Uniontown at California. Brownsville at Donora. Monongahela at Moncsscir. Ligonier Juniors Beaten by Dunbar Township Jayvecs Dunbar Township High Jayvecs toppled Ligonier Juniors by a score of 38 to 19 in the preliminary to the Varsity game in the W. P. I. A. League. The oddity of it was that in both instances the Leisenring quintets doubled the score on the opponents as' the varsity won, 46 to 23. After getting off to a 30-12 lead at the half, Dunbar was blanked in the third period and then turned the tables on Ligonier in the final quarter. The line-ups: Dunbar -- 38 · G. F. Pts. Szepesi, £ 6 2 14 Goodman, i 0 0 0 Uhazic, R .i. ! 1 0 2 emitter, g 0 0 0 McQua°de, g 4 0 8 Totals _ 18 2 38 Non-scoring substitutes: Cominsky, Faltin, Wise, Gaydosh. Liffonier -- 19 G. F. rts. Burns, f ... , 4 0 8 Wuchcna, f _ ... 1 1 3 Kozar, c 1 0 2 Melville, g 2 0 4 T . Hunter, g 0 0 0 Bates, £ 1 0 2 Totals . ; 0 1 10 Non-scoring substitutes: B. Hunter, Long, Carncs, Freeman. Score by quarters: Dunbar Juniors . L4 16 0 8 -- 38 Ligonier Juniors 6 0 7 0--18 matches, Friday of next week and the week following. \ The scores: ' KOTARY Sauter 117 103 94 314 McGinnis 99 119 140 358 Stout 144 118 156 418 Horowitz 112 120 173 405 Port 147 119 123 389 Lindsay 11n 1S1 l^ Mn Humbert 104 147 174 425 Donnelly 91 885 885 261 Totals _ 630 636 192 2058 KIWANIS FitzGerald 110 115 109 334 Driscoll 161 152 132 445 Anderson 102 110 104 316 Young 89 123 81 293 Wilhclm 109 124 118 351 Cunco 116 123 151 390 Otto 74 74 Bracmcr 104 87 147 338 Shaw 35 72 138 305 Lowncy 122 122 118 362 Scolnick 99 89 91 279 Sharpe 141 108 152 401 Stcrbulzel 113 124 ' 84 321 Oglcvec -.-. 101 99' 200 Totals -t_ 653 646 720 2019 300 SEE AMATEUR BOXERS IN ACTION AT LOCAL CENTER While the horseshoe pitching fans were enjoying exhibitions at the WPA Recreational Center by the State champion and two former titlists teamed up with local stars, a squad of ambitious boxers worked out in the first floor game room. Over 300 spectators stood arounc the ring and squeezed into every nook and corner to see the six training bouts under the supervision of Billy Carter and Teddy Mancuso. An attempt is being made to give every boy interested in learning the art o£ self defense an opportunity to work out. Beginners are matched in their own clnss so that there will be no danger. It was the third straight night that attendance a the Recreation Center has averaged over 500, taxing every available facility. YELLOWS, GREENS TRIUMPH AT DUCKS Bowling on the West Penn alleys Wednesday night, the Yellows-. captured two out of three from the Reds while the Greens won three straights from the Blues in the Girls Rainbow Duckpin League. The scores: GREEN M. Pigrnan 66 80 85 231 Bishop 86 97 9 6 - 2 7 9 Friend 138 130 128 396 Chambers 83 65 67 215 Sohonage 90 124 124 338 Fronck 106 125 123 354 Total _... 569 621 6231813 BLUE' N. Phillips 115 105 83 303 Cage 121 118 104 343 Smyth 58 59 90 207 Seaton 80 32 103 275 nivnn on 711 7(5 195 Francis 76 118 94 289 Totals .530 562 550 1C42 YELLOW Rude 133 95 107 335 Berkey 110 102 107 319 Chclmey 99 71 96 266 Bciber 87 72 102 26: Higbee 73 44 82 199 Pigman 74 143 89 306 Totals . ._ . 576 527 583 1686 RED Wagner 83 169 71 323 Small 87 76 84 " 247 F. Phillips 119 72 142 333 Murray 78 89 93 2GQ Shod 56 44 85 185 Potthoff 93 108 83 284 'Totals 516 558 558 1632 Kace Track Chief Quits. Walter E. O'Hara, embattled chief of the NaiTogansett race track announced at Providence, R. I., he had severed all connections with the $3,000,000 establishment, resigning as president, managing director and a member of the board. ' Patronize Home merchants. Who advertise in The Daily Courier. Pittsburgh Pro Club Will Tackle Westinghouse Dribblers. 7 1 7 6 20! substitutes--rieoman,! Totals 15 3 33 Jcanncttc G. F. Pts. Mauro, f 1 0 2 Shearer, f 1 1 3 Rosenwig, c 1 0 2 Arena, g . . , , ,, ,, 1 2 4 Gregory, g 4 0 8 Gahardig, c .._.. 1 0 2 Frendy, f ._ 2 0 4 Totiils . Referee--Wurzehl. Searry, f Smith, g « Totals . . __ 2 Score by quarters: 7 | Lou's 11 1 ] Lciscnrmc. 11 ~ I ficfcrcc--Robinson. IB Center Swimmers At Washington Gym Tuesday Evening Connellsville WPA Recreation Center swimming team goes to Washington, Pa., Tuesday night to meet the Washington Jefferson College freshman club. The meet is listed for 8 o'clock. Members of the local squ«d who will report at B o'clock lire Bud Sncar, Rusty Ash, Phil DeBolt, Terry Shaw, Tom Chambers, Joe McKenna, Don Prytulak, Art Trevitt, John Alcsan- trino, Ken Ralsley, .lack Powell and Walter Miskimiis. GAME TO BEG IN AT 9 O'CLOCK The greatest array of basketball talent that Connellsville has seen . ilnce 1930 will be presented at State Armory tonight when the Pittsburgh 'iratcs of the National Professional League appear for a tilt with the Westinghouse quintet, 1937 Fayette county championship club. It will be the finest collection .of floor material to put in an .appear- ·mce here since 1930 when the" New York Celtics played here and the visiting aggregation should be an incentive for an outpouring of followers unprecsdentcd in recent history. The Pirates' roster includes some of the best performers in the region, players whose basketball careers throughout their high sJ'.ool and collegiate competition, have been'out- standing and who have continued their brilliance in the professional ranks to such an extent that their names are known throughout Eastern United States. Included in this lineup of all-time greats is Bill Jcsko who captained the Pitt quintet last season and was named an all-Eastern forward. He is now coach at Fayette City High School. Another is "Dudey" Moore, present coach of the Pirates as well as the coach at Washington, Pa., High School. Then there's "Hymie" Ginsberg whose speed, accuracy and cleverness easily explain why he was named an all-Eastern forward in 1936. Tim Lawry, who topped Pitt scorers in 1931 and 1932, is the son of Thomas J. Lawry who enjoyed a great reputation on the hardwood over 30 years ago and "Tim" is holding up his dad's "rep" splendidly. Don Smith, rated an all-time forward, is wclj remembered by Panther fans. Don was captain of the'1933 Pitt team that won the sectional championship and he was singularly honored by being named on the Ail- American quintet that year. Others in the lineup include Ted Riggs of Carnegie Tech, Eddie Wisbar of Detroit, Marty Reiter, Walt Miller and Herb Bonn of Duquesne and Ed Kweller of Pitt.' Another feature that is certain to attract the fans is the fact that the game will be played under "pro" rules. This means there will be a toss-up at center after the scoring of points and five personal fouls instead of four will be allowed. A preliminary game that brings the Paramount Juniors and the Coraopolis Trojans together starts at 7:45 o'clock. Doors will be opened at 7 o'clock. v RAINBOW BOWLERS UPSET JEANNETTE The Girls Rainbow Bowling League of Connellsville scored a victory over the heretofore unbeaten Women's Reptile League of Jcanncttc at the latter's alleys Thursday by a margin of 132 pins. The local women were feted after the match. The scores: RAINBOW 159 152 101 105 Cage Berkey Small Wagner E. Phillips Frances Sohonage Potthoff Pigman Fronek M. Pigman _ Friend Chelmey Smyth Seaton , Murrny -__, Total _ . _ _ REPTILE Atkmson _ _ Olsen Anthony Doerzbaehcr Bradford Jacobs Kline Sams ... Worlcy Davis G. Ripple Horseman Gardner Barma Brcinig -H. Ripple . Prime Total .... . 84 _ 97 - 91 . 100 . 120 . 107 - 113 - 85 . 135 . 97 . 106 . 58 . 67 1777 . 86 . 60 . 81 - 64 - 103 . 130 . 107 104 101 82 122 88 115 115 112 . 100 75 1645 ; domes. l 2--20 i ¥ou win find desirable homes and 7 i--36 , home ?itcs advertised in our cJassi- | lied columns. PITTSBURGH _ WESTINGHOUSE PIRATES YS REFRIGERATORS National Professional -- Fayette County League Club Champions STATE ARMORY - 9 P. M. T O N I G H T PRKUMIXAHY 7:-15 Paramount- Juniors vs. Coraopolis Trojans Fayette County Junior Champions Adulrs 50c Children 25c

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