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MARCH I, 1930. THE DAILY COIJrUTL'il, CUNNTJ iLSYTLLE, 1'A. PAGE THREE. Basketball 3JLIEA XL. ))JKIS0 --L. MAYOR MINERD c Chief Executive Promises Full Support in Advancing Any Plan To Broaden Scope of Athletics Basketball ®- W o u l d Br Itiff A d r u n U p r '"lu^p.-pii Wine C o n n p l l s v i l l p a n d Us 1'oopip. | lU'UUCoolll »1 1HO ilr Points Out. i nn»,l F» Titles Because BLAKE ADDS HIS OPINION Boys Play Young M a y o r 11. T . M i n e n l w a n t * 'o pee : C o n n e l l s v i l l o t Lke i t * pi aw w i t h o t h e r · c o m m u n i t i e s o f e q u a l si/c i n t h o H e l d 1 of sports, It. i.; his desire for t h i n city , to ad van IT in e v e r y Vme «uu! he fwlfi t h a t o n e w h i c h has; hern s a d i l y n e - ; glected, t o t h e d e t r i m e n t of t h o y o u n g - : er people espc u s l l y . iu-u been t h a t , o f ; a t h l e t i c s a s i d e f r o m t h * e o f f e r e d b y . the H i g h Scho 1. | S p e a k i n g b r ' e f l y d u r i n g t h e inter- ', mission a l l o w e d for the rest of t e a m s ! a' t h e onl 01 the f i r s t h a l f of t.ho · Keagy C o r n e r - S c o t t d a l e I t u i c k basket-^ bf.ll game at the Slave A r r n a r y hint i n i g h t , he o» ; t : er:el his a t t i t u d e in p w i - · live t e r m s and a s k e d for t h e eoopera- ; tion of ovory b u s i n e s s man and I n d u s - j t r i a l head, · Tho chk'f e x o e u t i v o has been an H t . h l e t o h l r n e o l ' Not *o many yea re iiso ho was a biwsebull pitcher of. no mean a b i l i t y , .ind h i m .love for sport e x t e n d s into o-very "branch, w h e t h e r it j is c o m p e t i t i v e -,ir otherwise. He made it pinin that fi- attrmiie of tho p r e - ' sent adminSstrnUon was to awist i n ! evcrv' pofisiblo way the broadening o f i t h a t branch of civic lift* It w i l l make i ConnaUavlllo. inore attractive for all, i t e ' people, ho said. iMith youns ami ! old. ' j "Right, now "he Council and myself! arc considorinr a timo saving propotii- j t i o n . Daylight waving seems to b e ' o u t of the iiueiitlon ami somwne ha/5 suggested that with the cooperation o £ : the employorn it m i g h t be arrantcvx! to i-tart w o r k an hour earlier d u r i n g tho surnmor montlfi and r j u i t an h o u r earlier. T -woxjld l i k e to see the men who work get t i m e to e i t h e r piny, or watch in play, i baseball pa mo of. nino ; i n n i n g s after t n-ir day it- done. That ' \f s o m e t J i n g w i i c h has not been pos-i sihU in Conn el t - v i ! l c for a long time, j "The, s u p i x r l of ftthletiets and c h i l d ; w e l f a r e i« one of our c h i e f aims," lie concluded. Mayor M i n o r - ! called J o h n K. Hlake, secretary of t h j fkar! of Trade, w h o ) wa« in the aud.^nce, to say Homothing ; roKHrding sports in civic development., "1'ublic h e a l t h i« one of tho biggest; e.'«entials ot civic development," do- j dared tho t;-ade Ixmrd secretary.'! "Athletics are necessary to tho prorno- tio of good health." Secretary U i s k o is o. etrong ivdvocate of sports promotion for tho participation of large numbers of people, "both young aivd old. "You akio get a. lot of good c o m m u n i t y advertising," ho declared. "'We w i l l bo gkul to help out j ' h r o u g h our c!umnel« and we wiiit your cooperation on this program." Albert Cronlund of C'he-yonrio, Wyo., ban'ker and chi'.m-pion of iho 'lty golf l i n k s , Kt lire t-i hi.s house with u golf I x a l l . Mo had t - c e o n i e so expert in liis d r i v i n g on t.ho indoor course t h a t lie p l a c e d a m a t e i in the b u l l ' s eye/ of. the canvass ball stopper. Then he O f t e n t h e q u e s t o n d o e s n ' t Coti'.iellsv lie t u r n out teams 1 ko o t h e r c i t i e s - -- a l w a -s piotiships or boil tc s o m e w h e r e ? " T h a t q u ' - r y is vc I n o t h e r c i t i e s t h e game t h r o u g i f o r d ex 1 by V. M. w h e r e t h e is hoard "why H i g h School tho.se in some, w i n n i n g (-ham- a w a y u p from ·y easily answered. ioyt l e a r n to play g y m n a s i u m s a,f- '. A.'s, or places IB supervise?! and encouraged. I n M uie-s.seu it has advanced beyond t.h .-; stage howr-vor, w h i c h may le thf u n d e r l y i n g cause for tho r e p i t i l i ' i i i t i t l e c l u b s in t h a i c i t y season after · as;on. It is pointed out t h a t ConiiellKvilU-'s greatest c l u b gro 1 . - (Hit of a boy's l e a g u e on no open* od u n d e r the, auspices of the Ha I tii loro Ohio V. MC. A. V i r t u a l l y e v - r y member of '.he c h a m p i o n s h i p e r e - h a d played t h e game f r o m early x)yhood a n d w h e n t h e y got i n t o l i l f i School, needed o n l y polishing off o get to tho top. The f o l l o w i n g st ry from a Mone.i- sot; paper may c: plain part, of the reason for the- su cess of tho game in t h a t c o m m u n i t y "MotK-ssea is k n »wn as a baskptba.il to t i o u of the h i g h players turned oui far and near b u t : too far according have taken drapti activities of the leges. "Following n u n o r o u s c o m p l a i n t s t h a t young stars \v-5re not o n l y u s i n g the strec-t.-i, a l l e y ; vacant lots and evon vacant, storen onra and dwellings* to stage their ga-ies, orders wore issued to the. pol ce department tn h a l t all s u c h game; t h a t w e r e p r o v i n g a menace and as a rasult no I«MVS t h a n "I 'baskets,' iucudi tg hoop?, tin c a n s and bogs vero ton from t h e sidc-n of buildings and ofi tol-? phone poles about town. "Tho games wcr arttoists conrplaincM using tho streets halting cars wheu a crucial stage, pushed about and its tho players r u m e r i t s . Windows Keagy Special Train to 1 ake Dunbar Fans to Pittsburg Determined By Response of Team Followers COMMUNITYSPORTS erFive Defeats Scottdale Buick Clmb Is Nosed Out When South Siders Stage Offensive In Final Period; LaRue Stars SPORTS SIDELIGHTS ov«r tho State n and tho r e p u t a - cbool and colleKe horo ha« trzivoUvl ; no craze has jyono 10 ilio police who · steps to c u r b the ·, o u t h u i l Hoor pro- i see A TRIAL FOR. VGJ Mew BKVAT AA/IO PT : O F T M E . 0£T|J!o\T Til EKS 7 FRA.WC SCO CU OHIM,PKStiTlVfi RtCCRJD Til roe Hundred Fares Must Be (1 u a ran teed Not Later Than Monday Afternoon. FANS TO NOTIFY SCHOOL AT ONCE · stopped because i thai Uie children w e r u continually t no 'games' reached i'edestritins w e r e plashed with m u d hcd on the pave- ·.'ere being b r o k e n in alleyways and .. Ix-dUnn of no Us u resulted as h o t l y coDle.sted jranios wore being staged in vacant .-.tore- rooms and dwellin :u w h i l e considerable damage wan r portixl. The, play- era were notified I i confine their efforts to tho vacant lots or h a l l s provided for such pat Ime." St. Louis Pitcher with Giants drove. f l a r o i J Tho b u ' l s t r u c k tho match, it j a n d t i n - c a n v a s c a u g h t lire. I'Mreniou wume ; n t discovered most of t h e d;imagt h i d been c n u s o d by snioko. · * * C h a r l e y (,'ra/otta w a s n ' t , b tinsel f a g u i n s t Joey Spiegel at ( i a l l a t i n (.!ur- den« the o t h e r n i g h t . A h i g h - p r i c e d t r a i n e r «it, b r o u g h t to (ho c o i i n t y s e u t to got ( ' h u r l e y in slmpt. 1 for the Ixmt but it B c r v t N l to work :i h : i n i s h i i \ on h i i u . C r a v o t t a i':iin bo expected to do b e t t e r if he hast his r e g u l a r me.n t r a i n i n g h i m f o r hi* l o u g h g r t n c i t j . Pi«t ! e r t ' o r u i i i i c e M bi-.vo proved t h a t ( ' h u r l e y l« in f o r m w h e n tutored by hi* own s k i p p e r . AUTO WRECKERS TAKE ALL GAMES The A u t o Wrw-Vi ig foam won t h r e e ( s t r a i g h t games fr m t h e A m e r i c a n Region in the. City ,eague. Wingrove was "bows" txwler w i t h L'Otl for one game and -16S for lie t r i o . The scores: AMKRICA.N LKC.ION Herbert Prwrtt, former moundsmM.a for the St. Louis Browzts, thawing his pitching wares to his fellow Giants, at the ttaining camp at San Antonio, Texas. (iQtflrnjkttonjLl SatUy -------------------- 1 -1 B u t t c r m o r o ........... -..!'» H i c h t e r ........................... 1 '') D u m m y ..................... -- .1 · '0 D u m m y ........... - ....... _1"0 W h i t e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - n:; IDS 372 .uo J:;D ?,i s :i:f(i l.'M ;tfio ..... 200 mo I 1 7 253 :ii4 1 1 1 loo 1 1 6 Totals 0 G02 1S07 A U T O WKi-;CKl\(j. M c t i r a t h Y i t t f s - 1 Doorflor 1 \ V i n g r o v e 2 U t i m i n y 1 F!7 1 4 K I 1.1 100 I S O :i2S 125 100 358 42" 425 46S 300 "Do the followers of the Dun bar Township High School c h a m p i o n s want, to make the pilgrimage to Pitts- b u r g T h u r s d a y n i g h t in a special t r a i n ? " T h i s Is a question that, must bo a n s w e r e r ! l a t e M o n d a y a f t e r n o o n when a v e r d i c t , w i l l be made a.s to whether or rio'. n. t r a i n w i l l lx provided to haul llu rooters to Pitt S t a d i u m for the gmne when 1J. T. takes on Moncsson H i g h in onei of t h e e l i m i n a t i o n con- t e s t s of t h e W. P. I. A. League T h u r s d a y n i g h t . The o f f i c i a l s of the school d i s t r i c t t o d a y placed I h o m a t t e r before the fans I n S h i H m a n n e r : "Tho fipr-clal t r a i n wi]l be de- t e r m i n e d by whet.hor or 'not MO peo- p l e c.ui !)(· g u a r a n t e e d . Any person who i.s p l a n n i n g to m a k e tho '.rip by ( r a i n should n o t i f y t h o high school at. l y f i H R i i r i t i g No. 1 not l a t e r t h a n M o n d a y . Tlu f u r e w i l l bo $1.50 p l u s c-arfnro w h i c h w i l l bo about 15 wnt.-i." An a(ipoa! is miwle to followers of t h e c l u b , w h o p K i r i l o KI t o Pll.tsburg, wlic-ther r e s i d i n g i n t h e t o w n s h i p o r o u t l y i n g distrk-t», to rail C o n n p l l s v i l l o i l l T l i l n g 'I- a n d f e l l t h e school o f f i c i a l s so i h u t t h e y may be avuited i n t h e c o t u p i l a t i ' i n . T l m r e ' f i no t v v n w a y ? about l.he m a t - t e r , i i is s a i d , and u n l e , ^ ,'J'_iO fm»s can bf g i i a r a t i t i . M ' d by M o n d a y n i g h t ihrirc w i l l be no Kpf;ial t r a i n and f o l l o w e r s w h o w i l l w a n t t o see t h o g a m p w i l l h a v e t o n . a k e o t h e r n r - r a i i g r i n o n l H . l.a^ y e a r t h e r e w e r e f | i i i i c a f'Mv more t h a n V,00 on 'h* t r a i n w h i l e Krores mad* t h e p i l g r i m age- by niactiines and It is believed t h a t t h e go;il can e a i s i l y be reach-xl if tliero w i l l be « i (jor-er»'i.tioti on the part of all. U u t i b f l r .stands a gocwl chance of w i n n i n g f r o m Monesseu. T h o M o n o a - g a h i ' l a V a l l e y c l u b cannot b e b y l l t (HM) and tho s a m e h o l d s true of D. T. for it. takes a noat aggregation to r?corl 14 out of 15 starts, especially whun Bonie of tin: nlftie.Ht contingents a r e i M i c o u i i t e r w l . W h i l o t h e dopo w i l l bo t h a t Monc.sson w i l l w i n , thern is it big p o s s l l i i l l t y t h a t Iho c:lul) will h n v o Its l a i i r o l n lowered e B p e c i a l l y a f t e r t h o c x l i i b i i l o n i t made a g a l a a t J p u n u e t t e last n i g h t In t.ho Westmorel a n d c o u n t y scholastic t o u r n a m e n t . If l.)uriha,T'H In Htrldo, thi Ditty machine w i l l l i n d i t H c l f coping w i t h a c l u b t h a t w o n ' t Ixt downed. Dick Bartoll, shortstop, has bexrn-o a Pirate hold-out and ho refuses to l i a v o a conference w i t h tho club h-ead. Vico-Pr;Hidtnt Prefuss terms the demands of Ui-o Hthleti; as "riilk'iilou.s." * * * From Florida cornc.s the mnvs t h a t G l e n n W r i g h t ' s arm is better again mid that, he lias beon appointed cap- t a i n of t h e Brooklyn Robins, Wright wan f o r m e r l y a Pittsburg player. * * * Allegheny's basketball team last night down-ed Thlel College, 33-23. Local Girls Win Over Scottdale In Preliminary In a p r e l i m i n a r y to CornnT-Bnic.k baske-Uial State Armory last Til: n e l l s v i l l e girls defeated lassies, 17-11. After holding thf single point i n t h e locals f o u n d t r o u b l e in pariode and Scottdale K points to make, tho en ceedlngly interesting. The line-up: C o n n r H s v l l l c -- 1 7 . P. C l a r k F. .... "Woods F. _ Weaver C. -B. C l a r k C! O s t e r w i H e G Substitution!---Humes wise; M r . r l a i n for J'o: M c C l a i n , Porter for Ne Field goals P. C l a r Weaver 11, H. C l a r k , " G u y n n -. Fou! g o a l s -- C o u n c i l s ^ i l l e , 1 out ot S; S c o t t d a l e . '·'· o u t , ut : . t h e Keagy game, at. t h e ht, the Con- tlio Scottdali; visitors to a irst h a l f , the t.ho last, two i t h e r e d vip 10 g a g o m e n t ex- Scottflalr--11. Tray Wilson Nelson G u y n n _ Porter for Oster- ter, Fox for son. ,c ;j, Woods, rav, W i l H o n , B. 0. WINS ODD GAME FROM NATIONS LEAGUE The B. O. Pass team woti the odd game f r o m the League of N a t i o n s at fcUk ulk'j's last u i R h t . Q u i n n registered h i g h Bco.ro for a single game ·with -11 and Robinson tallied 173 to bo high for three game;. The score: H. A O. PJ^S. Shaw !»'» K15 Brinker 100 n? Port'y »- · ~ 1 -^ ^-^ I Panzcila _..u::: MI? Robinson 1-1. li!) 151--432 Ml-- 370 1(51 -.-4 20 Hi.",-- f1 199 -- 173 Pit tsrnan Medvic Q u i n n Kd wards . Sobonago f l l S 706 of .Vafi'iiis. 11!) l^ii 17!) I l l 107 1 1!) ](»(! 1.T1 815 2139 HU -- 106 12 :i-- v!9 5 L ' l l -- 45!J 133 -- 383 1 -14-- -383 i WESTMORELAND j' CAGE TOURNEY NEARWG CLOSE As Phil Scott Fell Before Sharkey's Attack Totals 6«2 029 1D7S Dunbar Township Champs Meet Alumni Monday Night At Leisenring Gymnasium Powerful Graduate t'oiiilmui-1 (Ion to Ojiposo Red and I!luck in E x h i b i t i o n . PERSONNEL IS CHOSEN Tho D u n b a r 'I o w u ^ h i p H i g h Scho! I'Li-'ketew.: w i l l s w i n g into at\tiou I .MoiHi.i ii:-.;h; at S o'clock at tho lxU- j 1'iiriu:;' \ ' g: iiiiKi.-'iiim. inot?ting a j c r a c k ( o i i i o i i i a i i n of A l u m n i plajvrs , i n a n e x h i b i t i o n c o n t e s t . ' Thou g r a i i ' . i a t ' - s f t h e i n s t i t u t i o n , 1 some of t h e m e.\'.:oHf»nt Moor perform- .' or-;, w i l l a p v ^ a i :n t h e s e t i o w h i c h promisos to * h a i ·»,-· i.ho irr':ii work of ih.i f/-voriih;n)r.rve] s w h t » or: T h u r s d a y t h uii;U( v v n i u r t i i i i t » Piusbur.;: to c o m b a t ) t h e crack H i g h q u i n The Bed and Bki since last Tuosclay wick ley Township tho c h a m p i o n s h i p of 1, A. Ijoague coupeu b a t t k should ke-ep proteges In fVt condl: eliminations. A largo crowd o! ·IXH.'tod to t u r n out h of tl'ie group titlo second yc-av in auuct- The f o l l o w i n g i A l u m n i team will r n a s l u n i n o t l a t e r t h u i n g w i t h them th"ir o u t f i t : A n d y 2ka. M i , R a l p h Btirkey, S l k - : Koilly. .Mikf T u p t s J i m m y 1/nndmore, f Paul Bgnot. ct, ck hurt been kilo night when Sevan t u m b l e d and Section 12, \V, P. . and tho A l u m n i Bruce Shoarer'n ion for the league followers is «x- tho play f o r t h e ision. icmbp-r.s of tlu port t o t h e g y m ] T o'clock, b r i n g - c.oni|)lete p l a y i n g k e y P a l o v c h a l k , S w ? e n e y . P. J. M i l l Herron. i-nie SenTosi and P h i l S c o t t , r i g h t , H r i t i s h h e a v y w c i u h t f i g h t , c o n t e n d e r , u n t i l I : i s p h o t o was .snapped, s h o w n a s .lack Sliar- koy, l".ft, H o s t o n gob, won a t e c h u i c a . l k n o c k o u t over h i m i u the t i i r d r o u n d of t h e i r s c h e d u l e d la-round, go a t M i a m i . K l i i . . w h e n t h e Bril.iKl.ipr r e f u s e d t o c o n t i n u e t l i c b a l ' l c , c l i m i n g a f o u l . I^JU Magnolia i s t h e third man ia the riiifi. ToleuhoLo was flowu to AUauU hv Wesitu-u Aa Details of the, West.mo: eland county b a s k e t b a l l t o u r n a m e n t a . G r e e i i H b n r g f o l l o w s : VESTIORDAY'S R l . S U I / r S First Hound Lafrobe, 2(i; Sewicklr ,·, Parnasi?ii.s. D O ; T r a f f o i t l Hurst, IS; Y o u n g w o o d . l a . N o r w i n , 2 0 ; Greeiisbui g. 11. Second Kotui'i. Vandcrgvift, 20; Arnold, 1.0: Mono.sscii, «1 i Jean not. .e, IS. ParuasauB, '1'Z;' Uitrob'» IS. Norwin, f i l ; H u r s t , 7. (Complete second r o u n d of p l a y . ) GAMES TOD.-' V Consolation S::iO A. M . -- W a s h i n g t o n Township vs. S(X)tt(iale. !l:20 A. M.----Mount 1'leasant vs, Kast H u n t i n g d o n . .10:10 A. M.---Sewickl y Township vs. Trafford. 11:00 A. M.^--GriHiiisbuig vs. Youngwood. Tourney Spnii-Firials 1:00 P. M . -- V a n c l R r g r i t t vs. Moues- sen. 2:00 P. M , -- P u r n c s s u s vs. N o r w i n . Tourney Finn s 9 P. M.---Winn-er of VandergTift- Monessen game vs. wii tier of Per- Dassus-Norwin game. Consolation SPIII!-Finals 3 P. M.-- W i n n e r of W a s h i n g t o n Township-Sc.ottdalo gani- vs. w i n n e r of M o u n t Pleasant-lOast H u n t l n g i l o n game. 4 V. M. --- W i n n e r o ! S e w i c k l o y TowiiKhip-Trafford gume vs. w i n n e r of. Yoiingwood-Urocnsbnr ; game. 5 P. M.--Consolation l i n a l s . TH[?IISI)A1"S HICSTLTS l''irs(, Eouiid. Arnold, 2 7 : W a s h i n g t o n Twp. 12. Vandergnr't, ^!); Scottdale, Hi. .Teannette, 15; M o u n t Pleasant 10. Monessen, 45; E. l l u i i t i n g d o u 10. Tho P i t t s b u r g hake I'.ria R a i l r o a d ba.sl;otjlall l o u r u a m e n l . \ \ \ ] l Ive h e l d t h i s a.fteriirxjn j i n d e v e n i n g a ) Newell. l)ick;r«on R i n, McKec* .flocks, N e w e l l a.nd Vour.gstown w i l l light, it out, r'or the righ! to take part ia the, K, V. C. play next week. Former Unity I 1 'rat Siar His Mal^s to ViViory With HriUiani riiiy. LOCALS TRAIL AS HALF ENDS The, Ke.ajry Corner basko-l.bnll ten in last, night defe.aUxl t.ho Scot.tdah? B-uicks at, l.he State A r m o r v . 21-18, in w h a t W.-JH tho hardest-fought, contest, (.he HouCh Sido q u i n t e t h«.s evor had to phiy this year. The result w;u5 in d o u b t until t h o linal m i n u t e a n d i f credit. i« to bo giv«Mi to .any i n d i v i d u a l for IJic fjucces.s of the C'lu'b. it m u s t go to "Ioii LnHue, former U n i t y Frut u t i l i t y man. Ho carried tho i'.ttack, as far as scoring wai concerned, all alone in tho final quarter and registered five? points l o luy.-p the Kiia.gyis from becoming hopelessly mire,d. The Keagys are an elatexl crew today. Victory over the. Huicks is some- t h i n g few pe-rson6 acknow!edffKl they hal a rare c h a n c e to accomplish, but a. f i g h t i n g , h u s t l i n g q u i n t e t -- y o u n g s t - ers for t J t e nioet part--defeated the v e t e r a n s of m a n y a ban! campaign. Tnio tho B i i i c k s ·weIT not presont in f u i l utrengt.h. The g r e a t e r h a l f of ( h o dab--Huntsman, a n d K i r k m a n -- w o r e ! absent, but the victory van a sweet ' one for tho South Siderti. None deny | t h a t Huntsman's presence would not Ixivo made a difference. Tho BuickK lod throughout, tho first h a l f . J o h n n y Marlin's warriors gave a b e a u t i f u l exhibition of paeaing and ; seemed to too everywhere. Some nice shots were registered and ·u-lion tho teams stood 11-5, with Scottdale leading, at the half, it seemed likely tho visitors would win by a cornfortabJe margin. Then the Keagys came to Jifo and whether it was the presence of G u y n n or not, the passing lccamo more accurate. Some open shots from under the basket were developed and w h i l e the. youngsters missed m a n y which should h a v e counted, t h e y managed to close (he gap and keep w i t h i n a point, or two of a tie for a Ions;' tiiii-^. P a n d e m o n i u m broke looso when the count, was b r o u g h t together at 13-in. Thru it a d v a n c e d a n o t c h t o 14-14, and "Bud" K i n g forced out via 1he personal f o u l r u l e . Fuller counted a foul goal for t h e n i i i c k s as tho q u a r ter closed and ScolUtaU- a g a i n bul a s i n g l e - p o i n t lead. L a K t i e s l a r l e d his offensive at (Tie o p e n i n g of t h e last period. Ho sank a double-decker to gives his c l u b that o n e - p o i n t margin a n d t h e n Turk t i p p e d one in d u r i n g a strug-gle basket for pos- He- followed ic w h i c h made the p o i n t s In f r o n t , lied t h e c o u n t u n d e r ( h e S c o t t d a l » session of t h e b a l l , w i t h a f o u l s h o t . M i l l Towners t w o L u K u e ' s field .coal again. Scoring ceased for several m i n u t e s , and f a n s began to stand a,s t h e y re- a l i s e d t i m e was d r a w i n g to a close. Then Laltue was shoved and awarded j a c h a n c e f r o m t h e free lir.e. It. w a s a t r u e shot and the Keagy:; were a h e a d , 19-1S. That m a r g i n would : have been s u f i i c i e n t to win on, but · Bergin b a n k e d one f r o m an a n g l e just before the g u n c r a c k e d to give the ; Keagys three p o i n t s as b a s i s for a,' well-earned v i c t o r y . The l i n e - u p : Kcajjy Corner--:!! ntiIchs--1S Floto K Kit 1 l e i G u y mi _ _._K Cafl'erty M i l l e r - : . Turk I^iHue G _ Brook m a n K i n g ..._ _._ a _.. Marliu S u b s t i t u t i o n s Bergiu f o r G u y n n , G u y n n for Berpcin, S t r u b l c for King, Bergin for S t r u b l e , Collins for Caf- fe.rty. Field R o a l s - - O u y n n . Borgin, La Rut 4, K i n g ?, Fuller. CalTerty, TtirS II Foul goals--Ke-agys 5 out of I!;B u i c k s 7 out of l!i. lU-feree P h i l l i p s . Co-Ed Is Flodrirlan. DJaXVKR. Colo., M a r . 1 -BettyMor- ris, Denver U n i v e r s i t y :o-c«1. Is a staunch advocate of e q u a l i t y between the sexes. Just, to prove a g i r l can do a maii'ii w o r k Miss M o r r i s accepted the job of -electrician in charge of the $20,000 s w i t c h b o a r d at t h e Denver U n i v e r s i t y civic c e n t e r . (Jcorpo Tlirciifctis lo Q u i t . LONDON, M a r c h 1. H was reportoil in l,M:-eral c i r c l e s e a r l y tod.-.y t h a t Lloyd CJeorgo is .so a n g r y over the Kpiif in the vou of th« Libt^ral party T h u r s d a y on the q u o t a clause of tho coal b i l l t h a t ho i.s c o n t e m p l a t i n g r e s i g n i n g as loader. Jack Sharkoy w i l l meet. Max Schmc-ling, the G e r m a n hoavj weight, for tho t i t l e , it has been announced. [·I w i l l probably Ui.ke plaoo on .June 2fi* in H I B - r o u n d e-ngagoment at Yankoo. S t a d i u m , New York. AdYt-rtisementH reauUe. '£vy town.

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