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M EIGHT. Tilt: DAILY COURIER, CONNEbL-SVlL-bli;, 1'A SATURDAY, I^EBKUARY 19, 1938. Sportorials By JOHN H. WHOfilC Sports Editor SURVEYING THE FRONT Jumplcss basketball caused even conservative teams to become wild in a mad race to concentrate on attack but Northwestern refused to get panicky and built up its defense while styling a deliberate, short passing attack along the same lines it has used for several years. The Wildcats had such success with it that the second half race in the Big Ten probably will find moie concentration on defense rather than attack. No cue knows better than Johnr.y Woodruff that he isn't cut out to run on indoor boards. The Conncllsvillc Olympic champion of the gigantic awkuard-looking stride is destined to prove it time and again unless he changes his style but t'.iat would be fatal to the star's outdoor efforts so he'll continue his old form icgard- less what he does indoors. "My legs and stride are too long for banked curves," the former Cokcr ace admits. "My si/e and style aic a gic.it aid when I get out in the fresh air and on the flat where there arc no banks but they're a distinct disadvantage Indoors." 11 you're a penknife carver, bo careful when you go into State- owned park areas. Secretary Jim Bogardus of the Depaitmcnt of Forests and Waters urged cooperation in Saving propeity from haim and destruction. Money spent for necessary r e p a i r s , because persons couldn't refrain from carving their pet hieroglyphics on park signs toilet-room doors, benches, tables, etc., in State park areas, could be used for extension of these facilities. "Not only those who destroy but the innocent as well must pay for the destruction in this curtailment of conveniences," the secretary said, adding "there is a penalty against this vandalism in State parks." Printed "explanations" of Albert J. Everhart's "promotion" at Uniontown High School do not reveal why he was not consulted in advance by the school board's athletic committee about the new setup. A few minutes before the resolution making him director of athletics was approved, the board asked him what kind of a plan would meet with his approval. Yet some of the articles and editorials, would have you believe that the program had been mapped out a long time ago. While Everhart, coaching lor 20 years, now a grandfather and much older than he was when he first went to Uniontown, would like to have his burdei lightened, he never wanted it dishec out to him in the manner it was "Alibis" can't explain why, if everything was so harmonious, Everhar was kept in the dark about the new setup. Too, was- it just a coincidcn that tho school authorities were ou of the city when the school board adopted its new program? Principal Robert W. Clark invite other schools to keep close tab on eligibility of North Union Township High athletes because, he said, they may be able to uncover somethin he or his associates 1 couldn't Clar declared an over-ambitious coac who is interested only in his perso nal welfare can cause school official embarrassment by "pulling a fas one," adding it can easily be done for the principal and superintendcn usually take the coach's word fo granted after he has made his inquiry Continued violations, he said, woul merely, cause irreparable injury sports. North Union today was be fore the W. P. I. A. L. decision com mittee in Pittsburgh where charged Georges Township and Pom Marion with league rule violations. PAROCHIALS COKER AND SCOTTDALE HIGH CAGERS PLAY TO TIE IN TWOlEXTRA QUARTERS Redstone Snaps O w l s Win Streak of Six Straight Games. TACKLE COKERS TUESDAY NIGHT BITS HERE AND THERE Gene Tunncy's opinion on fights more in demand than details of h temperance crusading, the forme heavyweight champion admit "People would rather I'd tell them Schmchng will lick Louis. I think h will," Tunney said. He is on a wor tour for a distilling company, s»okm icmedies for high-pressure sellin and drinking among youths . .. Mr Elizabeth Hollowood, 46, of Donor was talking with hff sons over th title prospects of the Dragons in Sec tion 4 couple of nights ago when sh was fatally stricken . . . Jock Su therland denies he's going to give u his work as football coach at th University of Pittsburgh, lie in dicatcd he has a job as long as 1 wants it and sees no reason fo leaving . . . Pitt's annual invitatio indoor track and field meet is lisle for March 26. Coach Larry Lcrc 1 plans to enter Co-incllsvillc's athlete He hopes to go tci Morgantown Fob v ruary 26 if West Virginia invite high school runners . . . Throug efforts of Connellsvillc sportsmen Uniontown organized has a chaple of the Izaak Walton League of Amer ica. The countyscaters have a loca of the Fayotte County Fish Gam Protective Association, revived b . local outdoor enthusiasts. Connells ville is always willing and ready t help Uniontown along . . . The tap less basketball game is certain making a difference in the Easter Conference scores. In three of th first 14 games played this year, tl winning team has tallied 50 or mor points while in last season's tot batch of 30 K.uncs only one cli: scored 50 Tin- average- score p Xmne (foi both te.nns) this 77 as against C« last year . . . Tl newly formed National Union of Boxers is trying to discover the cause and care for "punch-drunkenness." Some experts believe that it is due to Six-game winning sticak of Immaculate Conception High was lapped Friday night at State imoiy when Redstone 'Township igh carried off a 34-26 decision to lake a sweep of the scries. The deadly accuracy of DeLu/io nd Vainak, who tallied 12 points Conncllsvillc and Scottdalc High battled to a 30-30 tie Friday night at tho Mill Town as the cuitam was rung down on Section 9. W. P. I. A. L. It was the first time in local scholastic history a cage lilt ended in a deadlock. Two extra periods v.cic played but neither team was able to score and according to the rules ot the league, the gttmc icmams a tic. Alhc Lujack, leading scorer in Section 9, was replaced by Bryno at the half. Lujack had been sick all day and his loss to the Coker offense was keenly felt. Dunns the time Alhc was in action he counted 10 points to , push his total to 229; a league avcr- i age of 1635 points per game. ich pi ovedjhr undoing of the Owls_ i Fran k Showman stood out in the encounter through his aggressiveness and his accuracy in finding the unt and George accounted for 18 allies while Portci, usually a high corcr, failed to make a point. The Night Ridcis weio very much the game until the fouith quar- er. Going into the stietch drKe railing' by only three points, the 'arochials' offense went hay-\v ire nd the invaders took advantage of a ax defense to put the game on ice " Fandotn awaits with intercut the ittic Tuesday night at the Armory vhen Conncllsville High begins its thlctic relations with Immaculate inception. A scries of two games vill be played. The second will be t the High School gymnasium. The line-ups. basket. He tallud the most field I The line-ups. goals, seven, and scored twice as many points as his opponent. The Cokers were leading 30-28 with only 50 seconds of play remaining. Just when it seemed that they would win, Akcrs slammed one through the hoop to knot the score as the regulation time expired. Oddly enough both quintets tallied its points in the same manner, 13 double deckels and four fouls Though competition m Section 9 has ended, the Cokeis have four more games to play. A two-game scries has been arranged with Immaculate Conception High and Dunbnr Township. The first post-season tilt will be played Tuesd.iy night at State Armory tion. with Immaculate Concep- Coimcllsvillc Marakas, f Lujack, t Showman, c - . Stipa, g . . Olszewski, g ,, Totals Non-scoring and Evans. Scottdalc Bycrs, f ZcarJcy, f Akcrs, c Brant, g Skcmp, g Totals Non-scoi ing G. ._ 2 . 3 7 . 0 1 13 F. I'ts. leisenring Passers Run Wild at Alverton To Move Into Tourney W. P. I. A. League Summaries substitutes -- Bryne G. - _ . 0 ____ 3 . 3 ,, 6 _ 1 , 13 substitute T. Pts. 0 6 7 15 2 30 Livengood, Ross and Province. Referee -- John. c. 'ctte. f Jeorge, f 5 ortcr, c lunt, g Christopher, g 'eiger, f . Totals G. . . i _. _ , 3 _ .* 0 5 _ 0 . 1 10 F. Plb. 3 5 1 7 0 0 1 11 Non-sconng substitute--Davin. Icdstonc )eLuzio, I Varnak, f _ . ihea, c vlcClain, g _ Marucci, g Haley, g - . G. 6 .. 6 2 _ 1 _ 0 _ 0 15 F. Pis. 0 12 0 12 3 7 0 2 0 0 1 1 34 Totals . _ _ Non-scoring substitutes'--Shumar, Kalimosky, Teti, Dunaway and Rudan. Referee--Logan. Greensburg Beats Jeanneife fo Annex Section 9 Pennant Greensburg ran into plenty of trouble at the latter's floor to capture the championship of Section 9 Friday night. At the same time Johnsloun was turning back Hamsay High of Mount Pleasant, 39 fo 22, and Latrobc bowed to Norwin, 40 to 19, while Conncllsvillc and Scottdalc cs-- tablishcd a record of some kind by fighting tp a 30-30 tie. Presbyterians Capture First League Battle Fust Presbyterians won their initial game in the Y-Church League Thuisday night as the first half of 10 schedule ended, taking a hairline ccision from the Dawson M. E. uintct with "Jocko" May, a new ddition of the team, playing a major ait in the 30-35 victory. Captain lUckey's baskctcers were trailing by hrce points when May registered wo long shots in succession to win 10 contest. First Methodist Episcopal dribbleis .isposcd of the Leisenring Presby- crians m an easy manner, 47 to 27. Terry Shaw with 21 points led the coring assault, offsetting the efforts Goodman and Bailey who tallied 0 and 12 points respectively. In the final, the Christians defeated St. John's Holy Name Society by a 6-34 score. Photy PerruS. dimuni- ivo star, paced the victors with 17 )0int.s. Tuesday night the second half gets under way and with the weak teams itrengthcning their lineups, the race 'or the second half pennant promises o be more exciting. The hnc-ups: Prcsb Icrlan G. r. Pts. Renner, f - 2 1 J . May, f ··- ~ 2 0 4 Johnson, f 0 1 1 R. Miller, c 10 3 23 Luckey, u O i l Mantell, g 1 0 2 Jimmy Adamick Gets Decision Over Thomas NEW YORK, Feb. 19.--Younf, Jimmy Adamick of Detioit made successful bow on boxing's "bij, time" Friday night, winning a close 10-round decision oved rugged Hairj Thomas of Eagle Bend, Minn . before a sJim crowd of 8,000 at Madison Square Garden. old gloves Though Jimmy Umstaddt, Northwestern High track ·Jt.ir. is piobably the best lowed to represent his school varsity competition because of a higb school rule forbidding youths to rui the mile or half mile until 16 . National Association of Baskctbal Coaches will convene in April 4 an 5 with the rules committee mectinj shortly afterward cither in Chicagi or New York . . . Coach Tom Me Cleary ot the Caseys believe there i every tossibility of icviving basket ball intcicst to that of the Casey Frat pitch . . . Immaculate Conccp tion and Rockwood must not hav Jicaid about the spcedcd-up basket ball game with elimination of tin center jump judging from the 15-1 score . . . Second annual Pennsyl vania Catholic high school baskctbal tournament will be held at Williams poit March 18 and 19. Altoona won the 1037 title . . . James E. Mycr won a divorce from Bet nice Mycr after testifying in San Diego, Cal courts she neglected him to follow her career as a Softball pitcher . Uniontown papers are to busy "worrying" about giving the low down on situations elsewhere in th county they don't have time to tel their readers about conditions m their own backyard wheie thei attention should be directed . Sonja Henic, woman's world flgur skating champion, certainly is a con trast to the smoking and drinking "glamor" girls ot the screen. The Olympic champion never takes alcohol, doesn't smoke or dilnk cortoc. Her athlftic skill tomes U i i o n ^ h long trammi: :nul si'lf-disciplini- . . . Aveiagmg 44 points- pt-i Kami- din- itiX a four-came t-nsleni invasion, Karlham College, confhud In- Jeiry Huntsman, formi-ily of A K u t o n , registered a new all-time scounj; record for the Richmond, I n d . school. Eailliam scoicd 015 points tlio first 15 sanies as iirni- FIRST GAME IN CITY CAGE SERIES MONDAY AT ARMORY Standing, of the Clubs, W. L. )onora ~ - - ----11 !harlciol - - - -- 9 rmontown - -- 8 lonessen - -- -- 7 lownsvillc 4 lonongahcla 2 California ... ._. 1 State Armory will be jammed beyond capacity Monday night for the first of a three-game scries between the Westinghousc and Casey fives to name the city titlist. Said Joe May, manager of the Wcslmghouse club, defending champion: 'Caseys champs? You mean chumps." Said Jimmy Albinc, manager of the Caseys, challengers: "Westinghousc champs? You mean chumps." There's much more behind their "cracks" and fandom is sure to see the sparks fly. Westinghouse Trips Seniors Of Duquesne WcslmRhousc bn^kctball team North Union Bows to South, Tie Is Created Standing of the Clubs. W. i. Junbar Township -- 10 Jerry Township ... _ 9 Youngwood _ 9 Hurst ,, - ,6 Derry Borough '6 ligonier . 2 East Huntingdon 0 South Union Township H i g h knocked North Union, its bitterest opponent, into a deadlock for first place in Section 14 with Georges Township by scoring a 36 to 30 decision at its floor Friday night. York Run managed to swamp German 3D to 12, to move into the tie. Not Hi Union was leading the loop by a full game and needed only a win, regaidicss of what Georges did, to clinch the laurels but South Union pulled a fast one on its neighbors to carry off a decision. Dunbar, Dairy Totals Non-scoring Ramagc. USOI1 M. K. Sproat, f . Stickel, f Hcibprt, c Sutherland, g Husband, g Level good, g 15 6 3G substitutes--Harbour, G. . 1 6 1 1 . 4 15 r. pis. 1 3 1 13 2 4 0 4 1 .') 5 35 Totals Non-scoring .substitute--Ricketcr. Referee--Stillw.igon. Umpire--Harper. H. M .K. Raudman, f Pike, f H. Shaw, c T. Shaw, g D. Blasey, g G. _ .. . 0 o _ . 4 . 9 7 K. PLs. chalked up n w i n Friday night at j R Q W/TlQflS Ahead State Armory at the expense of I i-* v " ' « · -- · · · * Duquesne Seniors in one of the roughest games ever witnessed. The score was 40-39. The collegians asked, before the game stalled, that the persona! foul rule be ignored and this request was granted in lieu of the fact that only two substitutes accompanied the team. Their apparent "disieRard" to fouling eventually led to the \isitors* defeat. The locals tallied 18 points from the free line. 13 more than tho Seniors, Bcc-htlofT wai the most pcrsiscnt "offender" as the score Bru no, f book showed that lie was charged Soldauo. f . with 1! personal fouls Jams Tho Imo-ups: Bogo-Ky. g \Vcstinuliousr r.. T. Pts. Caruso, g Cartviright, f Totals Lclscnrlnir Hess, f Washbaugh, f Goodman, c . Culver, K - Bailey, g 20 G. . 0 1 __ 4 . 1 6 .12 7 47 r. Pts. i i o 2 10 Totals Non-scoring substitute--Wilson. Referee--Rude. Umpire--Stillwagon. Christians Conway, f Perrus, f K. Brooks, c If. Brooks, g C'arlwnght, g _ . Totals St. Jolm'i GahU, f Hcrchko, f Maccyko, c Palochak, g . _. - Lcposky, g Totals ._ Refeiee--Rude. Umpire--Hal per. G. 4 . 8 24 3 21 G. 1 ,, 4 3 4 2 F. I'ts. 1 1 1 1 0 4 V. 1 1 2 0 *!·... fi.i'iwwtj in,,- UVM iiaii-mnci nuuiiK uir nrsi i: £all! in Detroit pup cnilcs he isn t al-| paicd w i t h SS3 last scar. PAULWANERSIQNS PI RATE CONTRACT PITTSBURGH, Feb. 19.--Paul Waner, who came to the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team 12 years ago as a rookio outfielder, Friday signed a new contract with the National Lv.ifiut* club for the 1938 .season. Wanc'i- icached an agreement with W. K Hrnswanjjoi, club piesidcnt, follow IIIK a Iwo and nnohalr hour conft-u-iiM W. Miller, f ,, F. Miller, c Ruff. K Jones, K ~ Rood, f Hart, c ._ King, K Zimmciman, g _ Tolah Duqucstlc Cassillo, f Maras, f BcehtlofT, c _ ~ Barko, g Platukus, c Zapcttis. R Horn, f _. ._ r. Pts. 0 2 1 3 (i 11 14 G. 3 4 _ 3 5 .- 1 ... 1 . 0 18 V. 1 1 0 ] 1 1 0 0 ·1 7 0 4 6 46 I'ts. 9 6 11 3 3 0 39 Thiec games were played at the Dunbar WPA Recreation Center with the St Rita's capturing an intcrcst- ; tilt from the Independents by a 33-28 ic-orc. The Quality Dairy quintet won a hard fought decision over the DeMarco five, 28-21, anc the Bowman dribblers swampec Moircll 38 to 17. The Imc-ups; G. 4 3 6 4 2 r. rts Totals 17 Scoring by quarters. Westinghouse H 10 8 14--1C Totals -- ID 0 38 Morrcll G. t. Fts R. Ulwie, f 0 1 ] K. Bauf'.hman. f _ - _ _ 1 1 T B. Tisliman, c 1 0 : C. FicdncK, K 0 0 ' P. Uhazie, g 0 1 1 W. Fredrick, g 0 0 ( J. JrTalkcr, f 2 0 · A. Henderson, g 2 0 Rabina, f _ _ _ 1 0 : Totals 7 3 1 ' Non-.sconng substitutes -- Baugh man, Ticmba. Score by quartcis: Bowmans - 8 2 8 20--38 Morrcll 1 2 4 8--17 Referee--R. McDowell. Umpire--Gent. Duquesne Seniors Referee 1 --Floto. 11 8 12 8--3D \Viillllirr families Kichtll. Wuidbut topplt-d Beilin, 38 to 11, foi its eighth consecutive victory in the Class A competition in Somcisct ( O i i n l j The Miners me unbeaten in the league piugram. Perry Whipped By Sewickley Perry Township suffered a 47 to 30 setback in Section 18 Fuday night at Hcrmimo as Sewickley Township dominated play in every quaitcr. At the samo time Rostiaver Township dropped Belle Vcinon into third place with ,1 38 to 29 victory, the Priccdaie champions never having any difficulty. West Newton took second place by tripping South Huntingdon, 41 to 13. The line-ups: Perry G. F. Pts. Wilkie, f _ 3 o 6 Blair, f . 4 o 8 Rollins, c . x G 0 12 Hozemc, g . 1 0 2 Baker, g _ 0 0 0 Skiles, f . 1 0 2 Totals Scwlcklcy Smith, ! Briroslty, f Lnuflhixr, c Sittman, i; Glabiak, ^ Cientsch, I Totals Score by pcuods. Pci i y Scuickloy Kcfcicc--Wihon. 15 G. 0 30 F. Pts. 2 12 47 C 10--,10 !) 17--17 Independents Biglc-y, f J. D. Balicr, f II. Kukrca, c . Yut^y, g Daughci ty, g D. Nygrcn, g . Maloiy, I Totals Non-sccrmg ell. M. Kil.is Salatom, f Isolii, f Testa, L . Caudalora, g - Pcpc, g _ Totals Score by quarters: Independents St. Ritas Referee--Saldona. G. . 1 -.0 _ 2 .. 3 ._ 1 , 4 0 11 Pt substitutes--McDow r. Pis G. 4 . 2 . 7 ._ 1 .. 1 15 5 7--2 12 11--3 DoMarco Lizza, f M. DeMarco, f J. DeMarco, c Parker, g - Man7ofa, g -- Totals - - ._ Quality Daii v K. McDowell, t . HaKt-l, ( C. Haivcy, c 1*. H.uvy, : Gi-nt, ,( Totals Score by quaiteis- DcM.it co Quality D a i i y Kcfci tc--Boi,ucky. G. 3 .. 2 ...-1 .: 2 9 G. 2 3 Pts 1 R--2 8 H'--2 SECTION 4 Yesterday's Results. Donoia 47; Monongahcla 34. Charleroi 22; Monessen 20. Coach B. M. Shearer Uses Reserves in Final League Contest. HURST BEATEN BY-YOUNGWOOD i 3 4 5 8 10 11 Pet. .017 .750 .607 .583 .333 .107 .083 SECTION 10 i Yesterday's Results. Dcrry Twp. 20; Derry Boro. 17. Dunbar 57; East Huntingdon 27. Youngwood 39; Hurst 21. 3 3 6 G 10 12 SECTION 16 Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Jcntlcyville - 4 2 Ccnterville _.__._-___,, 4 2 Cast Pike Run 2 4 East Bethlehem 2 4 Pet. .833 .750 .750 .500 .500 .167 .000 Pel. .667 .067 .333 .333 SECTION 9 Yesterday's Results. Greensburg 33; Jeannctte 31. Norwin 40; Latrobe 19. xConnelisville 30; Scottdalc 30. Johnstown 39; Mt. Pleasant 22. extra periods. Standing- of the Clubs. Greensburg Johnstown Norwin -~ 'onnellsville -- Scottdalc Latrobe .-- Fcannette .. Mount Pleasant U'. . 13 _. 12 -- 11 L. 1 2 3 7 8 10 31 13 FcC. .929 .857 .786 .462 .385 .286 .214 .071 SECTION 11 Yesterday's Results. Point Marion 43; Mapletown 4. Georges 39; German 12. South Union 36; North Union 30. Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Vorth Union _ _ _ _ I O 2 Georges-- :.-10 2 South Union 9 3 ?oint Marion ,--. 6 6 Scdstonc _ . 3 9 Mapletown 2 10 German . 2 10 Pet .833 .833 .750 .500 .250 .167 .167 SECTION 18 Yesterday's Results. Rostiaver 39; Belle Vernon 29. Sewickley 47; Pcrryopohs 30. West Newton 41; S. Huntingdon 13 Standine ot the Clubs. W. L. Pet Rostravcr - 12 0 1.000 West Newton 8 4 .667 Belle Vernon 7 5 .583 Dunbar Township High School captured the championship of Secton 10, W. P. I. A. L., by scoring i 57 to 27 decision over East Hunt- ngdon Township basketeers at the Alverton gym Friday night in the Tmal circuit contest. Leisenring was never in ary :rouble and Coach Bruce M. Shearer used freely of his reserves in carry- ng off the laurels to supplant Derry Township High as the sectional .itlist, the Golden Eagles having turned back the Red and Black last season. Alverton did its best but the Mule floor machine was functioning on all cylinders. The home quintet in chalking up 27 points performed creditably but Leisennng was not to ae denied a championship and its brilliant offensive worked almost to perfection at every stage. While Dunbar was clinching the title, Derry Township spilled Derry Borough to the tune of 26 to 17 to remain in a deadlock for second place with Youngwood as the railroaders took the measure o£ Hurst, 39 to 21. The line-ups: East Huntingdon G. B. Thome, f 5 Bales, f 1 Petro, c 5 Clausner, g 0 Morgan, g* 1 F. rts. 0 10 1 3 Totals 12 4 27 Non-scoring substitutes--Stafford and Ottenbcrg. Dunbar T\\ p. Resensteel, I . Kontra, t Hasson, c Yourich, g __ Bcnko, g Herchko, f --"-Pavlosky, t Romanko, c Hertzncll, g -- F. Pts. 0 4 0 10 19 10 0 Totals 28 1 57 Non-scoring substitute--Husband. Score by quarters: East Huntingdon _. 7 7 9 4--27 Dunbar Twp 14 11 14 18--57 Referee--Lynch. Three Floor Games A! Dunbar Tuesday There will be a basketball jamboree Tuesday night -at the Dunbar WPA Recrciiion Center with these games: Smock Rookies vs. Bowmans. Smock Girls vs. Dijnbar High School. ' * Brownsville vs. DcMarcos. Pcrryopohs 5 7 .417 Sewickley 4 8 .333 Fayctte City . 3 9 .250 South Huntingdon . . 2 10 .167 Now Is The Right Time To BUILD--REMODEL--REPAIR Do you take pride in the appearance, coni- fort and convenience o£ your home? Or do you tolerate bad conditions, when it is so easy and simple to have a home that you will be proud of. Right now prices are lower than for several years past and so don't delay malting the improvements you always wanted. We arc equipped to give you assistance in carrjinsr out your o«n Mcns or can adapt the nonest IflRS house plans to meet your individual needs. Phone 1000 South Conneilsville Lumber Go. Kcur Ci Gins,;, Co., Su. ConuclNullc, I'll.

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