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March 1, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE. TIT' DA I1.Y COURIER, CONN IliL,L,S V I L.L.1S, PA. Caseys Early Lead Is/ Too Much for Overholt Passers to Overcome HURST MEETS JAYS IN CAGE PLAY OPENER Caridco at Iowa. Frank Carideo, twice nn all-Amen| can quarterback under the late Knute "ocknc at Notre Dame, was named sackfield coach at the University of Iowa by Dr. Eddie Anderson, new iiead skipper. Sportorials By JOHN H. WKORIC Sports Editor. LANDER LEADS SCORERS IN SECTION 9 i Lander, Jeannette High's sharp- shooting forward, set the gait for the individual scorers in Section 9, W. P. I. A. I.,., with a total o£ 124 points but he had his hands lull as Ross of Scottdale gave him a chase down to the -wire, the Miller getting 321 points, or only three less than his Glass City rival. As Lander dropped 52 field goals and 20 fouls, Ross shot 49 double- deckers and 23 free ones. Tragessor of Jeannette was third in line with 91 on 42 field goals and seven fouls and Akers of Scottdale stood third with 33 field goals and 21 free tosses for a total of 87. It is strange that the four leading scoring honors would be captured by members of teams that never at any time hnd a look-sec as far as the crown is concerned. The scoring of the players includes: Westmoreland County Court Series to Begin Friday Night. FINALS TO BE HELD MARCH 11 Distillers Cut Loose in Last Half But Lose by 30-27 Score. BIG BILL FOLTZ UNCORKS DRIVE A powerful, deceptive offensive which the Overholt quintet unleashed in the second half completely bewildered the Caseys defense and almost overtook the big lead established by the Irish in the first half --but not quite--and Caseys won the third straight contest over tne rlis- ! Association, which is sponsoring the Jeannettc and Hurst High schools will open Class A. basketball competition in the Westmoreland county tourney when they meet at the Grecnsburg High School gymnasium Friday night, March 3. All oilier Class A schools entered in the tournament drew byes in the First round. Pairings were made by the tournament committee and other members the Westmoreland County Coaches ( · SOMERSET COUNTS CLASS B BASKETBALL LEAGUE Final Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Pet. Rockwood 7 1 .875 Somerset Twp 5 3 .625 Stonycreek Twp 5 3 .625 Stoyestown Garretfc .250 Somerset .125 SOMERSET COUNTS CLASS A BASKETBALL LEAGUE Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Boswell 10 Conemaugh Twp 7 Meyersda 1 4 Shade Twp. 4 Windber j 1 Pet. I Berlin . 1 0 tillers by a 30-27 score Tuesday r.ight at Scottdale Armory. Paced by brothers Bill and-»ediiy Miller, the Yough City five piled up a one-sided score to lead at the intermission 21-8. The second half was a different story. Big Bill Foltz, former Con- Fran G. F. Lander, Jeannette 52 20 Ross, Scottdale 48 23 Tragessor, Jeannette 42 7 Akers, Scottdale 33 21 Nelson, Greensburg 30 32 Stough. Norwin 2!l 22 Jeske. Johnstown 34 7 Zearfey, Scottdale 31 13 Zalich, Grecnsburg 33 7 Pierce, Norwin 32 9 Johns, Grecnsburg 28 13 Harris, Scottdole 28 13 .T. Demoisc, Grcensburg 25 12 Cote. Norwin 2.1 J 6 Bnllantyne, Latrobe 19 23. W. Mowcry, Norwin _ ::3 15 Holm, Jeannettc 20 12 Cologramie, Latrobe ... . 1C 20 Ellsworth. Johnstown 19 13 McCoy, Connellsville . . 10 12 Giobbi, Latrobc 17 15 Stcffcn, Grcensburg 14 17 W. .Weaver, Johnstown.. 13 18 Sloan, Norwin 19 3 Fortney, Connellsville .... I B 8 Lewis, Connclisville 15 10 T.P. 124 121' 91 87 84 80 75 75 73 nellsville High and Bueknell College star, led the: distillers in its comeback drive in the third quarter ar.d then dominated the play in the last canto as his team outscored the Caseys 11 to 3. However playing time was up before the gap could be closed. The line-ups: Casey G B. Miller, t - .-.-...4 Schrum, i .~~. 2 F. Miller, c 3 Jones, g 2 Blasey, g -- 2 Quinn, c t Totals Overholt Joe- Tulley, f Cartwright, i Poltz, c McCormick. j Hart, g Sager. I Totals . . H G tourney. Further eliminations will be held Saturday, March 4. Semi-finals in both classes are scheduled for Friday, March 10. and the finals for Saturday, March 31. Defending champion, in Class B is Township. Vandergrift, last year's Class A litlcholder, will not defend its championship because of transportation difficulties. Sixty-two trophies and awards will be distributed. Chief among these arc two rotating cups, one for ihe Class A champion and one for the Class B winner, donated by St. Vincent College, and peimanent cups lor F Pis. each class to be awarded by the 1 9 county association. 0 4 Twelve individual basketballs will 0 6' go to each of tbc Class championship n 4 teams and the two runner-up quin- 1 ;, lets will receive 12 silver basketballs 0 i each. In addition, two medals will be awarded to the most outstanding 30 players in each class. F Pts. i The complete drawings follow: 0 8 I FKIDAY. M/VKCH 3 1 3 j Class B n 12 ; Bolivar vs, Washington Township, f) 2 i 5 P. M-: Avonmorc vs. Ligonier, 0 0 5:55 P. M.: North Belle Vernon vs. ' 0 2 i South Huntingdon Township, 6:50 P. . ._ i M.; Rostravei: Township vs. Franklin 1 27 Township, 7:45 P. M,; Youngwood vs. Non-scoring substitutes-- Brooks, Jim Tulley, Sprout and Collins. Score by quarters: Caseys 11 10 Overhoit . 6 2 Referee--McC'luro. B 38 II- Feaiher Merchants Topple Jeannefie MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 1.-nine grand, gives St. Louis the "dis- i Scoring 21 points in the last quarter tinction" once again of having the ! the Feather Merchants flashed to a brilliant 54-51 victory over Jeannette Laundry quintet in a game played here. Frank Anderson paced the BITS HEKE AND THERE Ray Blades, new manager of the St. Louis Cardinals .whose salary is j said to be in the neighborhood of I · winners with 23 points, ' 'The line-ups: JeanneUe J. Bellinger, f ....... _ ...... _ ........ 2 B. Bellinger, f ........ _ ................. 6 P. Sensenicb, c ______ ............... 7 B. Dinsmore, g ....... ..... ....... ..... i P. Marolo, g .................... .._ ........ 1 Glante, I .............. .......................... 1 Crossraan, f ................................ 1 Iteichn, c ........... Brennan, g ......... Sibert, g ............. G. F, Pts. lowest paid pilot in the big show . . . The Cubs plan to use Woody English, purchased from Cincinnati, in a utility role. Woody has been reinstated after having been placed i on the retired list for failure to re- ' port to the Reds last year in a deal made by Brooklyn . . , Lefty Grove likes his cigars but he's keeping away from them in the interest of his pitching arm , . . Rogers Horn:;by has quit as a player and doc.'m't even plan to pinch hit for Baltimore this season . . . West Newton's Danny Taylor, an outfielder, has been purchased by Syracuse from Indianapolis . . . Chuck Dressen .is. supposed to have bet Bill Terry the Giants won't finish one-two In the National League this season . . . It was the first time in his 13 years of fisti- cuffing that Baby Arizmendi .failed to go the route when he was knocked out by Lou Ambers . . . ieo (Lippy) Durachei' has surrounded himsell with the biggest brain trust in baseball in a move to give Brooklyn a championship club.. Probably -the Dodgers don't know it but they still \yln titles with baseball players. A brain trust might be all right in its place but it isn't polite to 1 say. at least in print, where that is ... Well, w e l l , ' a s ' I ' live'and breathe. Dtz?.y Dean, Chicago Cubs pitcher, is not ready to predict how many games he'll win this year "but it'll V.e u lot." To quote Jerome Herman Dean, erstwhile lippy Card.'.nal: "Just say Ol' Diz will be doing his level best." Diz usually starts the season with his pet statement why his team is going to win the pennant, the "why" being "me" . . . Joe Gordon, Yankee inficlder, is being sued for $1,147 by Jasper B. Hill, who charges the American Lcnguer assaulted him and knocked out several telh during a basketball eame in which the Yankee . star played January 19 ... Of England's j ScoUdaIc"team's points w'er, old time fighters. Bombardier Wells ( rib uted among eight players, is the most popular. He used to j jj le jine-ups: bnvc a pub in Bloomsbury but sold f West Newton. 8:40 P. M.; Enst H u n t - | infidon, Bell Township and Berry Borough, byes. Class A. Jeannctle vs. J hirst. 0:35 F. M. SATURDAV. .MAKCI! ·! Class B. "Winner "Washington Township- Bolivar vs. winner Avonraore-Ligon- icr, 3:30 P. M.; Bell Township vs. Derry Borough, 4:25 P. M.; winner, North Belle Virnon-South Huntingdon vs. winner Rostraver-Franklin Township, 5:20 P. :M.; winner Youngwood-%Vest Newton vs. East Huntingdon, 6:15 P. M. Class A. Monesson vs. Dcrry Township, 7:10 I 1 . M.; New Kensington vs. Mt, Pleasant, 8:05 P. M.; Norwin vs. Sewickley Township, 9 P. M,; winner Jcnnnette-Hurst vs. Grecnsburg, 3 51 F. Pts. Totals 24 Mount Pleasant G. J. Crusan, f .....5 S. Freed, f 3 F. Anderson, c : -- !!· J. Murray, g 2 M. Lanzino, g 4 Totals 25 Score by periods: Mt. Pleasant"..'..^ '-.'. 13 15 S 21--54 0 4 9:55 P. M. 0 12 FRIDAY, 5IARCH 10 0 14 Scmi-Finals. 0 2 Class B. 0 2 Winner Washington Township- 0 2 Bolivar-Avonmore-Ligonier vs. win- 1 3 ncr Bell Township-Derry Borougii, G 1 5 i P. M.; winner North Belle Vcrnon- 1 3 outh Huntingdon-Rostraver-Frank- 0 4 lin vs. winner Youngwood-West Newton-East Huntingdon, 7 P. M. Class A. Winner Moacssen-Derry Township vs. winner New Mcnsington- j Mt. Pleasant, 8 .P. M.; winner Nor- win-Scwicklcy Township vs, winner JcanneUc-Hurst-Greensburg, 9 P. M. SATURDAY, MARCH 11 Finals. Class B, 7:30 P. M. Class A, 8:45 P. M. 10 54 Jeannette Referee--David Kattero. 8 17 18 8--51 P a r a m o u n t s Capture 36th Win of Season Setting the scoring' pace in each quarter th Paramounts took the Scottdale Merchants in stride, 47 to 32, in a preliminary game to the Cascy-Overholt francas Tuesday night at Scottdale, recording its 36th win of the year. Stipa and McMulIen topp.ed the scoring for the victors while the dis- W, P. I. A. L Cage Section Winners it and now plays heavy roles in the | Testa f movies Eric Boon, 18-year-old son of a Cambridgeshire blacksmith who recently won 'he British light- Stipo, £ .. McMullen, c . ·weight title, is *,he irxd tn watch as a Biascy, future opponent for Henry Arm- j Comvay, I slrong. He.lncks boxing finesse b u t ; has n kick like n mule in "both fi^is j Totals . . . Tommy Fan* win slay awny from England as long as he likes. They j Scottdalc don't care for any part ot him over Lewis, f F. 0 B o i s. 8 1 12' 10 9 47 there In a sense the antelope is its own worst enemy because of its- rtiriosity. The antelope simply cannot skind the presence of anything strange without investigating. Hunt- Non-scoring substitute -- Marcorfdi. G. F. Pts. 4 Ross, f Vallancc, Hotter, g Jarrett. g Fretts, f Kelly, c si's, taking advantage of. this fact. ..-...,. have lured thousands within range f Worry, g by lying low and waving a bandana ram-rod or simply by throwing Totals themselves prone and raising their Non-scoring feet in the air at rhythmic intervals. 2 2 .3 3 0 1 .. 1 .14 PITTSBURGH, ar. 1.--Here is a I list of winners in every section of the j Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic :' Athletic League. Championships of j two sections--8 and 14--were decided Tuesday night in playoffs. Class "A" Sec. 1--Har-Brack. Sec. 2--Washington. Sec. 3--Butler. Sec. 4--Charlerai. Sec. 5--Ford City. Sec. 6--Homestead. See. 7--Rankin. Sec. 8--McKees Rocks. Sec. 9--Johnstown. Sec. 10--Avalon. Class "B" Sec. 11--Monaea. Sec. 12--Brid'geville. Sec. 13--Ligonier. Sec. 14--McDonald. Sec. 15--Redstone. Sec. 1C--East Pittsburgh. Sec. 37--West Newton, Sec. 18--Etna. Sec. 19--East Washington. Sec. 20--New Wilmington. Sec, 21--Apollo. 32| Basketball Results Mtirloy. substitutes--Clarval, I Scoring by quarters: The antelopes must investigate nnd come too close to 1bc business j Paramounts fnd of the hunter's gun. j Scottdale- i Referee--Palmer. Ex-Follies Beauty Broke. j CHICAGO, Mar. 1.--Peggy Fears, ihe former Follies beauty, who 15 10 11 It. !) 7 10 fi- bones about being broUt\ said she ^S2 Works Jobs Finished i WASHINGTON. Mar. 1.--Admin-! W. P. I. A. L. Eliminations. East Pittsburgh 32, Etna 81. Ford City «, Johnstown 23. . Other Scores. South Huntingdon 35, Ligonicr 29. Marion 44, FuyeUe City 32. Bethel Twp. 18, Peters Twp. 24. Jeannette 53, Scwickley Twp. 25. St. Vincent Prep VI, Hurst 31. Sharon GO, Norwin 24. Geneva CD, Allegheny 45. Thiel SO, Gvove City 35. Slippery Rock 4(1. \Vestminster 43. Buckm-ll :in, Albright 38 V. M. 57, Diclciniu.l 52. isirator k-kes reported completion of ] Called by Deutli. SOMERSET. Mar. 1,--Mrs. Doro- 1 2 4 5 8 5 10 .900.833 .630 .«4 .333 .167 .000 Celebrating... OUR Z^nd ANNIVERSARY of the installation of Modern Newspaper Service When The Daily Courier newspaper carriers complete delivery to the regular Courier subscribers in the City of Connellsville tonight, they will have started their third year of modern newspaper delivery service. The Courier abandoned the obsolete metHod of Hired carriers and office collection for delivery of its newspaper on February 28, 1937. The installation of its present method of distribution was made with the delivery of the following issue. This ended irregularities and provided better service to subscribers. It eliminated duplication and over-extension of routes under which some had more territory than they could cover efficiently. The work as a salesman carrier provides an incentive for better citizenship. No boy is taken into the organization if he does not come well recommended. No boy is kept within the organization if he cannot maintain the kind of service to his subscribers that they rightfully expect. -The new system is a great improvement for everybody concerned. It is better for the boy because it gives him a useful training and enables him 'to make money b"y following business principles. It is better for the newspaper for it provides a systematic, dependable organization. 11 is better for the subscriber for he can rely upon prompt, sure deliveries and a business-like Handling of his account. . . THIS MODERN SYSTEM AFFORDS... iThe Carrier Salesman ·Training in Salesmanship. ® Training in Accounting. ©Training in Responsibility. THe Subscriber · Efficient Delivery Service. · Convenient Collection of Accounts. · Cooperation in'Character Building. THe Newspaper · Improved Delivery. · Increased Subscription Lists. · Outlets for Civic Service. The Daily Courier feels that it's organization of 37 city carrier salesmen* is a real community asset. It provides a practical business course which includes self-confidence and courtesy, an opportunity for earning needed money, and moulds character by causing the boys to realize that they are engaged in an important and dignified work. You can help the boys by having your money ready for them when they knock at your door to collect. *A totnl of 143 boys are engaged in the distribution of The Daily Conrier. urien

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