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P A G E i.-;iC,Hl. Till'J UAI.UI CUlJKiHUl, CWNNHLLBVn LIU, TA'. MONDAY, MARCH 3, 193ff. Basketball UNIONTOWN HIGH MEETS FORD CITY IN LEAGUE GAME Second FayoHo Tivun W i l l K n - tf r IV. P. I. A. I. K l i m i i m - tions This l'.\ cninir. DUNBAR PLAYS ON THURSDAY 1,'niontowii M i . u h Scluxi! \ \ i i l j o u r - i ney to P i t t s b u r g t o n i g h t to e n c o u n t e r j t h o crack l-'onl C i t y l a « k e t e o r n i n ! !he " l i m h t u t i n t i l o u n i . i m e n t D;' t l i e j Western P e n n - Y I v a n i . i 1 n t c r s c h o l a f i - j t i c A t h - l e l i c . l.cam;» i t l P i l l S t a d i u m . I W h i l e t b e K v t r l K i r t m a c h i n o i s n o t . c l n l i i i t h a t h a v e p a r t : c i p i i t c ( i - i t h o : p l a y o f f , tbe c o u n t y s \il«.'rs can lie ' "·'] in lo g i v e :i !:o(nl a c c o u n t of i Basketball C n i o n t o w n iri t i n - s c i - i i n d l'\iye',te I c o u i i l y ( | i i i n t - c t t o s w i n g i n t o t h e m e e t , } N o r t h i ' n i o n T o w n s h i p h a v i n g b e e n ) r o r n i U J a h l e Xe'A I ' i . s t t c ( o n t i n g e n t w h i c h i s b e i n g ' x ; c . · ! ( . - ! t o f i m i r e i n t h e final d i s p o s i t i o n i f l a u r Is. A l a r p o delcgulion w i l l a c c o m p a n y t h e .Vlurooti aiul W h i t e i n t o ( l i e Smoky C i t y d i s t r i c t . A m o n g tlior^ \ v l . o \ v i ! l e a ^ e r l v w a t c h t b e p e r f o n u a n . - f o f t h e I ' n i o n - ' t o w n boy« w i l l b e n o n e o i l i e r t h a n ; Chipper C h a r l e y H . . - i i t t . who's t h e greatest baflketcer t l - . a t h a * ever per- ; formed at Pitt. S t a d i u m , tbe home f l o o r ' of tJte K n i v e r s i t y of PiUf--bur;-. i i t w l i who WHS a big f a c t o r in the I ' u i o i i t o w n team that several y e a r s ago c h a l k e d u p t h e State chiiirp;onshi[ a n d made a j-reat s t a n d in the n a t i o n a l t o u n i a - mont, being w l u ' t ' p e i only by t h e N a t i o n a l c h a m p i o n s . T h o t h i r d c o u n t y c l u b t h a i gor* int-o the c o m p e t i t i o n in P i t t s - b u r p i* D u n b a r T o w n s h i p a - u l o n Thursday n i p h t I h e Lfise-itrlng a t h l e t e s w i l l have- t real t o u g b iH-.siguiiifMit in b a t t l i n g w i t h M o n o ; eon. Scottdale Loses Consolation Flag To Greensbiurgers SCOTTDALK. M a r c h 3. - A l t h o u g h I S o o f t d a l e h e l d C J r e e n s b u r g scoreless j itt the t h i r d period and i t elf t a l l i e d ; !! p o i n t s , t h e B l u e a n d W h : ; e s u f f e r e d | a 44-lIJi d e f e a t S a t u r d a y i i ^ h t at (.he h a n d s u f ( i r e e t i f l b u r g in tho final r o u n d for t h e c o n s o l a t i o n champion- j s h i p . j Seottdj.lt had \vhi pyd M o u n t P l e a s a n t . -! to IS, and M / a s h i n g t o n T o w n s h i p . U8» to 11. M o i i ' , 1 P l e a s a n t a d v a n c e d w i t h a 31-1:; t i v t i m p h over liast I I u i i t i i ' K d o n . Tliij l i n e - u p s : ( ; r f f n M n i r K U, S c u t t i l n l e - --'JS, Hlbbs F IClcher Pug H [.-" (,'amliu AiuitM'M.u C S k e m p W r i g h t , Ci Waid.' S h a f f e r ' O R u s h !·'*!· i- by p e r i o d s : ScomUlu - X ' ( ' t 5--JS S i i b - ; ! i i u t i o H s -- H w a r ' . - / . or S k e m p , C a m l i : ; l':ir J;zwi.skl, ,1 - z w i s k i for C a m l i u , S-.vartz f o r S k e m p . S t r a s s e r f o r W r i g h t , l . a l t u e i'or S: -assc-r, C o n - w a y l'.v Vv'aitlc, Skemp f o r K i e h e r . CM.\ f . r Swarf/,. W a i d e !' ( r H k e m p , K l i r c n l i e l d f o r i l i b b s , . ' - t r a s s o r f o r LaRne, K e l l y f o r S h a f f e r , S t c r r e t t I'or Paso. ' ! l-'ii'UI s i - i a l s -- - U i b b s -I. ^ i i r c n l l c l d .'-'. ; Page 1', A n d e r s o n 7, W r , ; l i t , SluitTer. . K i c h e r , C a i n l l n 4, Cox, 11- sh II. l-'otil g o u l f - -- K c t J t t d a l i ? . l' ' H i t of I t : j C'-eetisbtin.', 1-' out of -'. ; I ' m p i r e - -- H e r k l o t n . Corbett Takes Decision Over Fields Eicher Leads Westmoreland Play Scorors D. Eicher of Scottdale, pluck} forward of the BIu« and White, w n s tho heading individual scorer of the Westmoreland county scholastic basketball tournament with a total of 4S points. The complete aum-mary of the tourney which was conducted at Gteonn- buTj? on Thursday, Friday and .Saturday follows: Tourney Champion. Mo 11.638611. ALUMNI QUINTET OPPOSES DUNBAR CHAMPS TONIGHT Two Members of 1929 Sectional Winners to Oppose Leisenrlng Muclilne. LARGE CROWD IS EXPECTED liunner-Uj). Worwin. Consolation Champion. ftreeusburg. llfinner-Up. .Scott, dale. I'hl above photograph w« (mapped in th* fhmt round of the Corbett-Fields fisrht, held In San P'rancisco on Washing-ton's Birthday, just M th* boyt ?rere getting under way. Y»u«n Corbttt is »h»i it leading with a left, his cM»I weapon oi offai se. Corbott waa given the decisioi *v«r Fields by ': ',ef sree Jim Griffin, M'KEES ROCKS KiE CAGE PENNANT ; .HI. 1'lcusaiit IS. ?-cotlclale--!!«. i U e n e d i c l V Kicher P u l a d i n o i'' (,'uiniiu ( F r e e d C S k e m p · V o l k i n C. Kufli i Abromsoti .....t! Waide i ] Score by periods: 'Scot (dale - 7 It) t ?,--26 pit. P l e a s a n t _.. 7 5 I :!--IS j S u b s t i t u t i o n s -- S i m n i o i - . ; for Abrom- j son, J e z w i s k i tor Swart -., y w a r t z for C a t n l i n . Field K o a i K -- I C i c b e r i. dunlin '.'. · Knsli 2, Waide -, H e u t M t c t , Pulndiuo ^'. V o l k i n , A b r o m x n n . I K o t i l f, r oa!s- - S c o t t d a l c . -I out of l-l; .Ml. P l e a s a n t , ti out ot !·'. r U i ' c - r e i . -- - I l e r k l o t - / . . | West Newton Girls Will Play Coker Lassies Here Thursday Tw|). 11. Scottdalc- iS. .'.fcKcc.-i l i ' K - i - ' w o n I ' M - bii--.kot.baii ; :.;.iii!i'ui:-·'11:11 n!' t ' n · I ' l l t slum; La.k« I-! -le l ; v ; i r - a ' i S j i t i . r i i i i y n i n b l a t tile l. :!":a-- i-i' i 0:1 ' u i - ' t - d at N« wp'.i Tbe I ' : - ; · ! ; - , : . - .. rs w I - i n |i .-i Y o u r u v ' t o w n , 10 l i I I . ' · I . ' K - ' r I i : t : . ' . ( ; . . | i l c ' . - r - . - 4 . 1 , ( ; . . . , «··-! e : : . : : i i i i a : r d I'}' i : " -. ! ; i i ! i i ; ' f i i : ; !i, i -·(·i;-e i.-f tin to t ! » ' · - . · · V o i i i i ; : . - ' · v v - i M I ! v a l i r f . ; ! ) , i tlu; ': i : N - »·;·!] ji !' u r [!· i. ' i i i a r i i i i i oi' r V ':· w r ' ' . . . ' » l . n j . A i r C v . M V . u - j f j v . i r t n a i l y t h * :.ii:e c l u i i H a t t i n i - i h c ( i n t h i r d [i!nc-e r l!rj;i. i.; M v l s i i i - ,i N a t t - n i a ! l . i a K l i i i - ' i i n :t -'.. t n U. yi. a;-. * - « The w i ; : m r il' l i t e I ' n l o u f o w n - F o n l ' i l y f : a t u e t o n i K l i f . w i l l p l a y t h e w i i i - i--'r of the M - o n e s s « - n - l . ) u n b a r Towtusbi.n · i . j H h at t l i i ' t i t a d i u m on M a r c h 11. Dickerson Run I M O K K K S O - N JU.'.V, March P,--Mrs. !. S. J / a u K h r e y bus r e t u r n e d to her N'orth Mawson l i ' i i n c a f t e r .sp-etilinK lie past two w i o k s v i s i t i n g Min-s Irui-e f i d o d w i l l i c ;uul o t h e r relatives !.t Ch iciigo. W. T. Kaii'd. 1 ,«.·«·!« M a r o t t i and i'ony Honaiio of V i i n d e r b i l t were bus- ness c-alkTfi at. I ' i t t r i b u r j ; Friday. .Mins M a r g a r e t S n y d e r wan .shop- d » K in C-ormeli.m i!ie last, u v e n i n K J o l i n M u t i i M i o: Troy, X. V., i--[ifii( '"riday h e r o as the guest of frit-iuta. W. E. Heei-t* of N o r t h U u w s o n was a ' o n n o l L s v l H o biitriiu.-tiri t.-«lltr Friday. -T -- K Klcber i£«r F ,, Catnlin ; Wiilk«.-r t.! Hush ; I ' p d e g n i p h C, Waide : S i i b s t i n i ' i o n Con way for Hush. j F i e l d iMal.s K i c h e r '.·, C ' a m l i n , Jez- wis'd. C o n w u y , Waido. F o u l j;oal»--Wii.sbliit;! 1-1 Twp., 7 otlL uf I 1 : S c u t t d u l e . -a out f 7. 1 l v f t - r t v : - - H c r k l o r / . . .Uf. I'lcusanl K l . K, Jidiilhi^lon--12. Hentidict ji- Sbaet't'er i ' a l a d i n , , K Oezort I ' r e c t l (' Andri.sh ^ v " l ! ' " t! Tomeehko i y t i b s t i t u t i o n . s -- - S i m r n i us for Abrorn- s u n . Field soals--Hcnedic ·(, 1'aladino 4, Freed ^, V o l k i n , Abro-nson 2, Simi i n o i i s , Shaefl'er -. A n d - i s i i 2. ! Foul £ 0 i t I s - -- M o u n t :'le;iH:uit, II out i uf ,S; Kiiat H u n t i n g d o n , -I out of U. i Kel'eret--Fawcett. Wilbur Good Is Chosen Manager Johnstown Team Two Sextets Will Battle .Hierli School Gymnasium At 8:15 O'clock. HARD GAME EXPECTED Champion Ski Jumper P. I. A. A. i PLANS FOR ANNUAL 1 FIELD, HACK MEET l The board of eontroi of tho Penney 1( v a n f n Interecboiastic Athletic Asso! (.-iation, which lias j.eneral conirol over all contexts p a r t i c i p a t e d In by I member high ·jchools throughout UK' State, made iuiportuir decisions relative to the P, 1. A. A track and field championship*; for li* 10. A track and field n.eet w i l l be'con- dnctKl by tbe district committee o£ each of the eigpht dleti-icts in the P. I. I A. A. i The State c h a i n p k w h i p track and Held meet w i l l IKS he Id. on May 24. A u t h o r i t y t o ^ m a k e ,-11 arrangements for the State" championship meet, including the Hclection of a location, wan delegated to IMi.mnd Wicht, fiec- retary of tbe P. I. A. A. » Instead of only the liral. place ivin- nei-rt in dtetrict mwa being- sent to tbe State eliamploneiiip meet, a new l»la,n will be Inetitutexi this year for the first time. j A u t h o r i t y ' h a s been granted the dis-] trlct committee of « ach district to j select a district lean; to represent the 1 district at the Ute meet. This team i i« to be choeen from the first, second, j t h i r d , fourth uml Hf h place winners In each district me* l in the order designated. There v i l l be two candidates chosen for (ach event in the d i s t r i c t meet so that if first and second place men cannot go, the- third ami fourth place ni-n will represent the district in a epe iflc event. There will be t.w relay teams for each district or a to-a! of i« relay tonrrw at tho State meet. The relay teams will remain intact aa school The ow icrs of t.iie J o h n s t o w n | Middle A t l a n t i c League c l u b h a v e made a popular move in eiuTflpiiiK ; W i l b u r Good a.s manager for tho ] 8 3 i ) j eeatson. tJ«iol w;w one of tbe s m a r t i est ami Ix-t-t liked players developed iu this jxitt of tbe country a q u a r t e r of a c e n t u r y ago, and since he made his professional s l a r t as a pitcher for Johnstown in the T r i - S t a t c Jx'jtgruel in 11*05, with Hans Ijbert| Klits M e 1 Council, George Atherton and others UK fnates, a team t h a t was beaten oil!. ior the p e n n a n t by \ V i l l i a m s p o r t by only a ha ! f game, he has {.;ained :\ j world of -.jxjK'ri-ence tbal. leaves him i admirably filled for )iia now ;.)OKt iu j tho Flood City. ! i Though s t a r t i n g at a p i l c h e r . flood ' j was converted into an outlieller and i became otic of the befit in tbe gome. : The Yankees gave him a t r y o n t l a t e j iu 1905 and in tbe first part of 1!IO«. j and follov.ing engagements w i t h Montreal and Akron be went up to t h e ; majors as an outfielder for Cleveland in 1908 und 1909. ; In ISUil he began with Ihe A t h l e t i c s , ' wa.H s h i f t e d lo Ualtiuiore und woutut up tho season A v i t h Iho Boston N o - j tionaUi. On J u n o 10, I f l l l , Wilbur wafi trad-cd to tbe Cuhis l)y t h e Braves, w i t h Ckmrgo C!r«ntbam, C l i f f Curtis ami H i l l Colitis I'or J o h n n y Kling, A l } Kalt-ier, Hank Weaver ami C'Hnton 1 Gri/Iln. i Fre-d Tenrioy, Boston .skipper, I traded himself out of a job w h e n ho j made t h a t deal, aa in .191^ K i i n g was i a p p o i n t e e s to succeed h i m a* manager j ot the Braves. Good pla-yed w i t h tbe j CubH u n u l 1'JKi, when the Philliefl obtained him by Uie waiver route. The season of. 191 ti -wan Wilbur's hwt in Die big show, but be has since made a «[il«ndid record an a manager | in Kansjiti City, Miicoii ruui A t l a n t a , n record t h a t hold*) out to Johnstown fans plenty of hope ( h a t he will succeed In giving- them a w i n n i n g club. The \V-«i Newton Iliffb .?choo! ;irl basketball t e a m , an old tltno riva of l h e C o n n e l l t i v i l l e las.sicyi, w i l l be l o r o | on 'i'hnrsiay «!veniiiK for a contee at tli" J l i g h School gymnasium. The Vowgh Valley «e:ttft p ays u n d e r th-e same colors an tho Co; era I --orango and black--and it will lx in- leroritinR to watch the battle. The '.'onnoilsvillo contingent is I showing considerable improves .ent a n d it w i l l t a k e w.-ni-- g-cod plrr to! rope with t.bo b r a n d of basketball -.lis-i pl«yel by the visiting- club. | Th-ere w i l l be a p r e l i m i n a r y at ':',',(! o'clock and ttu main alt.-ac.tion w i l l gel poing at S:15 o'cltx-k. 36 WEDDING GUESTS DROWN UNDER (CE BKRLTX, March 3,--Thirty-six per- returjiing froni a wi-d-ding ) arty wore drowned at Vilna, Llthu tnia, last n i g h t when two tiorse-d awn wagona plunged, t h r o u g h f,ho ice- covered river. Knmhlc.Swit Rider KlUcd. WILKK-S-BARRK. Pa., March 3.-- Kdvvard Mazurowski, 19, %vas f; t a l l y injured, and Charles Kamirisk 19, was bruised and cut whijn tho mto- inoblle, In the nimblo seat of 1 -hich they were riding, Mt a fence, hi rling t h e m out. The homes of both s : in Nanlicoke. Pitt Meets Stiff Opponent Tuesday In Temple Quintet J'HILADEM'IIIA, March 3.--Pitte- burg and Temple, both beaten but once this season, will clash here on Tuesday n i g h t iu the- feature- game of the loca', collegiate season. Both teaina have impressive records. Tbe Pitt aggregation has won 18 out ot 1.9 ganu-t; w h i l e Temple ha* Ix^en vietoriou.s on 17 occaeionu. At the prese-nt tinio. the local q u i n t o t is pport.iug ;i i:!-gamo v a n n i n g streak. I n c i d e n t a l l y , Pitt hid a run of 13 tri- umphti before Syracuse cracked it by scoring a 10-20 t.riunijih. C. C. N, Y. banded Temp In ite o n l y eetback. Jack Homier, Temple center, will -endeavor to increase bis ecoririg record to 5(1 .straight gum«!. In three years ot college competition, Uonner has never failed to come through with at kast ono liehi goal per game. The great Charley Hyatt, Pitt forward an-d leud-'-:g scorer of the nation for the past two eeaoonti, will have a difficult time in getting away from Gil Fitch, Temple's ssophoinore guard, who has had but ueven baskets made against bun in IS contests. In the preliminary cont-efit, Temple'e fretjhmau aggregation with an undefeated record ot IS games, hopee to wind up H« Reason with a triumph over Pierce School, last year's champions of the Philadelphia City College League. Hyatt Greatest Basketball Player PITTSRURG, March 3, -- Conch Camon of the University of Pittsburg basketball team regards Charlie Hyatt aa the greatest basketball player he has ev-ar «e«n. The Syracuse guards were the only ones effective against Hyatt this reason. Thia young man, Alf Kngcn, ski champion of Norway, also is the winner of California'* first national ski to jrnament, at Tahoe, w i t h a total of 312 feet for two official leaps. He wore the colors ·f ti« Snovflake Ski club of It ba« (man -hnmitloutsMi tropli t h u w l i n i i i i g district i h o Hchool f u r n U i h ' number of poinlu t ( uiug lhe State meet b* hold in penmui tht- ticbool to which It ia expected t n o u n c e n i e n t s roRar-. ami iiate« of the ills as the lH-ation of t! i ship nu'ot w i l l be j nji.Klle of .March itl Unit tbe Stuto ', to be awarded w i l l l,x given to "K th« greatest the district w i u - Thi« trojrtiy will sin. [K»i8OH*iiori by it IK awarded. 'iat further an- Ing the locations : ricf. me-etti ae w e l l : n State champion- j nad« boforo lhe 1 I "Shieling of My Sorrow" Typical Highland Legend The following legend Is associated with AiiGdfi No Dhublmdi, the sloping ground lying to the ertBt of Loch Drom, on the vvny from Gnrve to Ullnpool, In the lileh!nnd« of Scotland. Three young men from Strathmore wera returning home from the low country where they had been working all, summer ami autumn. They reached Loch Drorn In tha evening, and e tho night wn» Htormy, they dccldad to »toy in s Balding thtvt was near. One of the men was a pippr, nnd hnri his plpea with him, and to pass tbe tlmo away ha struck up n tuno on the pipes, while his two companion!) danced to the music. One of the Inclo mild it would be One- If they hntl oome lassies to dune« with. Ho had hardly npolien when fhree women entered tho shiel- ing, nnd joined the dancing. The dune- ing and playing went on for a long time, and at last the two men sat down on the seat, and the women seated themselves beside them. Tim piper, feeling all was not right, looked ·t his two companions, and was horrified tt- eeo them deuil. Slipping out, lenvlni; bis plalu ivitb the women, he ran for his Ufa as fast us li« could. The women followed, und continued to pursue the poor, exhausted piper until dsuvn, when he came In sight of Fas- grinnuoh, and escaped from bis evil pursuers. When tho mothers of the dead uen arrived at tho s'Heling the nest day they tywniled their loss, repealing tbe word's "Auodn No niiub- fcaeh"--"Shieling of rny sorrow."-Montreal Family Herald. POR 1-^r JACK IDE VWA.OB JITH. ETKo . pi\feTIMES IM successt£t SIM FOH.TA' PI6«T . OR.VLLAMSSTKE- / BtUUl' AAXVCK, A M.EM.PH1S OAA 6,000 ._. I MrscRfipvr YET PREFERS I BASE PALL TO THE RM5- SFORT 9ooo PiAYeas usreo QM TrtE VARJOUS ORSAUlZEo All-Tor,TH»jnent Team. (Plokod by officials, David J'.-.wcett, of Pitts burg-, an-d Otto H-erklo'z, of McKoeaport.) CriibbH, Jeaunette Dealiier, V'andorgrlft Korr, Norwln Currio, Mooessen Fold man, Moneaen ..Forward --Forward -- Center -G-uard -Guard Most Yalnable Player. Arthur Feldmau, of Moneason, guard captain. High Scorer. Harry Kerr of Norwin^ cet tor, :?* points. Itest foul Shot. Clair l«'er;.;uson o£ 1'arnansu -, ('· out 01' 7. A crowd is expected at tho I^eleen- r i n g -Vo. 1 gymnasium tonight to eeo the Dun bur Township High School, champion o£ Section XI r, battle thu Alumui bauketeere In an exhibition game. Of utiueua! Importance to the chwlt is tho fact that two of th« t)oy«i who were on the 1929 sectional championship combination wll) be in action against the 1930 title ji-oldern of Section X I I . Andy Zf.-ka, who jumped center, and Mickey I'alovchalk, who pJeyed g u a r d , will be on tho starting club, Paul ISgnot, a rescrv-e. is also to report. for action. KoUowers of the I«eU-ieiirinn t . . m who arc j j l a i i u i n g to go lo J'itteburR Thursday night to seo D u u b a r oppo.so Mon-esseu anil wlio expect to malci* (he trip by train s h o u l d n o t i f y iidnol officials at once 33 immediate information Is i!-.ire] w-heUier or not .'.100 jter- fioiiri ran be secured for the p i l g r i m age. Unices ;!0-0 fares can be i,'uur- anter.d, there w i l l be no special t r a i n , if. was inado k n o w n . Tfii.s i j i f o r m a f f o r i must be Kecurcd hy the wcliool a u t h - orities t o d a y . Disulnjinir 8«s( Sportsmanship. Wesley Hammer, of N o r w - , n . Consolation AlI-Tonniinnt'iit Team Picked Hy Official*. 1). iOichor, Sc.o-tUlal-e --------------- ''orwurd Uonedict, Mount Pleasant ......... forward Anderson, Green.sburg _________ ..... Center Lzitimore, Kewifikley T\vp._, .......... G u a r d Wrigtit, (jr^tnaljurg __________ ............. G u a r d SPOUTS GLEAKINtiS Scorer. 1). ISicher of Scoltdale, ·!§ yointa, Best Foul Shot. KnwvHzor, of: Washington low.'iship, 6 out of 9. Mayer Displaying Bi"( Sports miinshlp. Victor Pctri of Sewiokley T o w n s h i p . Tourney Championship i'hiv. .Vlonosseu 28; Norwln !!). Coiisolalioii Vinal. (jreonshurg 44; Scottdal-e I S . Scmi-Final , Moivesson 21; V'andorgfiht "t). N o r w i u 20; Parnassus X5. ^ i Consolation SeraM'inals. Scottdalo 26; Mount 1'loafant IS. CiT-eensburg IS; ftewicldo; Twp. First Ilounil Consolat'on. Scottdale 2S; Wasliinstor Twp. 11 Mount Pleasant 31; East H u n t i n g dou 12. SowicWoy T-w.p. 24; Tra ford 17. Greensburg 39; Youngwo-d 14. Friday's Results. o 26; Sewiekley TV p. 11. Parnassus 30; TraSord 1', Hurst 18; Young-wood 15. Norwiu 20; Groonsburg : A. Vand«rgrJft 20; Arnold "1-?, MoiHHisen 21; Jeaunotto tR. Norwiu 61; Hurst 7. Thursday's Kosult*. Arnold U7; Washington Twp. 12. Vandergrift 29; Scottd-alo 16. Jeannetto 15; Mount Pleasant 10. Monesa'n 45; 1-last Hunt ngdon 10. Golf, in It» Infancy, Looked On as Puerile Jt i» rather c-urions, In /Jew of th« extraordinary rogue of tolt In thi« country, to reflect that the few American and English vlaiton to St. An- drewB in the 'OOn and 'TOi were dimply aumbfonniJed at the atfht of grown men hitting little white ba/la and playing a tntue with estraordir ary graTlty. These Yl«lton» would tare viewed with pitying contempt any prophet who had told them thnt the United States and England would ·oon be spending million* OH golf and that more adult* .would be playing It than had erer .played any gaa« rtncc the flrat on« w«» Inrcntod. Bren at tii« beginning of thlg centnry. when g7lf was the gama of th* rich man, frr conld erer ,har« b*VIer»d that th« i:o\t link* at Bt. Andrew* were to IB ike the old town one «f ths be«t kno»n places In the world.--JRxchange. L»r v *it Horn* Wentwofth Woonhonse, Lord Fita- william's "stntt'ly homo," la the largest private house In England. So rest in it that even its owner t hnve failed to explore alt its reeesnet. Ixird Fltz- wHllara'a Immediate pre leeessor ona day took a notion to explore the basements, and wandered without meeting a soul. At last he mme upon a ·mall boy, and asked him who he was. "I'm the chap," was the : nswer, "what does all the work that li done In this house. Who are you?" Letter Hun : "Jly wife is an ardert pursuer O f new vitamines," si Iri th. husband nt the food faddist, ' She Ins discnverod 1's In potatoes, O's in d itiglmuiti, Q's in pigtails and X in ha ill. Hill shp'.s still i . n n t i n g fur \ : s in trousors pock- ctK,"-- PsthflmK'r S .ajjar.tntj. Tlie- Keagy Corner bafiketholl t e a m i t ; licekins new worlds to cm- rfiier. Since the defeat of tbe Scolt- dale HuicKfi here on Friday cvonliig tbe South Siders arc s i f t i n g on fop of Iho biMji, Tho ycningKten? are all pepped U i over Ihe victory, and rigln- fuly so. They fM?l that even tho presence of H u n t s m a n or Kirkruan would bavo maie no difference in tlid f i n a l result. W i t h both of Uxsm in. it is mxl-estly almi(.ted, the Hnick-j m i g h t hiivo won, hut neither Hnntt-;- man nor K l r k m a n H.loue could h a v e stemmed the Corner n t t a c k . * * * The Immaculate Conception Higl» School team goes to East H u n t i n g d o n Township tomorrow evening for an exhibition contest. The Hiintsmati- coacii-ed cluh is showing consid-orablo improvement in these late days of the season. * * * Workouts for the track team woui-i i^;em a long way off when this weather of. today Us considered, but within a month iho school athletes will be limbering up their muscles for the annual county meet. Fayette county's interest In tha progress of the W. P. I. A. League eliminations will be centered in tha Unioutown-Ford City High School clash at the Pitt Stadium this evo^ n Ing. * * · Numerous Coiinelrsvne folks ar«j p l a n n i n g to g« u the stadium on Thursday night when the Jnnba« Township quintet meets Moneeecn, Tbe latter club ia considered the favorite, but Dunbar lias a flea«onoJ team, and one that will not be af- fw.fcd by ita :stadium aiipearanoo inasmuch as uwjfit of the boye pleyed. there a yoar ago. » * * A f t e r p l a y i n g in Pitteburg ort, Thurslay night, th-e Dunbar To-wnship crew will have a "reception" at Leisenring for tho Cxjunellsvilio Hiph. S-choon quintet, it being the first claah. of tho annual home and home s«rlea between the clubs. A weok later tha Duiibarlt.es will come here. Killed in Leap This photo of Fred "Dummy" Mahan, welterweight pugilist, who was killed, at San Francisco, w)»n he leaped from a plane In an attempt to cure hi:i deafness, wis taken as he climbed Into the oo*k- pit before tho takeoff. Ite norc than :y···^- ;^ wh«», faUud *· open.

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