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PAGE EIGHT. ·THE DAILY COTIKTER, , Basketball TUESDAY, MARCH i, 1930. By JAJtfES M, DH1SCOLL. Basketball 400 Dunbar Township FORMER CHAMP ^T: MIAMI RINGSIDE To Pittsburg Thursday Evening Special Train to Loavo Pitts- ·nir^ A: Lake l.'rio Orpof Jlftv at r.tltO O'clock. TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED NOW Followers ot* the Dunbar T o w n s h i p H i g h School b a s k e t b a l l q u i n t e t , -ion K t r ) n p , w i l l invad" I M t t x l m r g o n , Thursday n i g h t t o U n d moral s u p p o r t tf !ho champion* of Socton I" in t i n - ; W. P. I. A. IxxxgiiR e l i m i n a t i o n f o u r - ; who ttwl t h o f o r m i d a b l e ; n club. Vr'es-1 moreland county 1 ;tnl Section ." t i t l e w i n n e r s . I The Hed and P.laik fans w i l l board I ftfpecial ( . r a i n of t b » Pittsburg I . a k i ' j f C r i c . l e a v i n g t h o "West Side d e p o t . ' ( ' o : i n o l ! s v i l l t \ at i i : ! i ) o'clock for ! h i . p i l g r i r i K i g o to fill. Start I urn---the Kc.eno' of ( h e W. i'. I. A. [/.-ague p l a y o f f n n ( ' a r - i v i n g at. ( l i e d e s t i n a t i o n a t about ? : ' ! ( oYloek. Stop;- w i l l bo- made b e -- ! t w eon C o n i K l l t i v i l l ant! Tirkor.«oti ; Kim and at H o m e - t e n d , street raiv w I I iiioft t h t v fi'!f'.;af.!in tnd c o n v e y : l l ' c rooirrs to iho Stadium. S i m i l a r j n r r a u g e m o n l s w i l l bo work-cd out. t o ; i r t i t r n Hie c r o w d . ! Ticket,:! h a v e a l r e a d y been placed of pale at tho I , - i . M ' n r i n g No. 1 i i i H t i - t u t i o n ind peivoni- who urr- p l a n n i n g t o m a k e t h o t r i p ;iro r o q u c H t o d t o HC- cure t h e i r t i c k e t .11 once. Tbe t r a i n u i « [ M r e K far fa-o \ v i ! l ! :?1.'.;: w h i l e t h e game t i c k e t s w i l l be i0 c^n'i?, a tola! of $-,l."i. Local l'uis art* u-;ked to «·! t h e i r g a m e t i c k e t . ! bero as t h e y w i l l !*i w a v i n g o n e - h a l f i price. ! "While a gn;vrui re of t!0il fares !-, lipeefisary, petYioitf. who are intorestr-d i in tho wpeeial t r a i n ar-c contident t h a t ; i ' b o u t 'KiO fans w : l l make tho t r i p t o ; PItteburg to s u p p o r t the chargon of j ttruce* M. Shearer who aro malting the i '.ecortd consecutive invasion for the j circuit -elimination rouiulr. There! ·vill be m a n y C-OMiell^ville rootorn in j lie party who w i l l be out to lond j t h e i r moral aid i - i t h e Rod nnl B l a c k ) CillltiO. Those who d r i v o automobile*; to! tho Comifll.sviilo t e r m i n a l t i ) meet tho J t r a i n w i l l l i n i u m p t t p a r k i n g f a c i i i - ! lies at. the West Side Hlation. \ Section 121 Champions Win Over Dmibar Township High Graduates After Big Rally Iowa Student Sets New 400-Yard Strok Record Vjirsit.y I'ulls Hectic U n t l l o Out Of Khv \ V i t h ir.-Voiut Spurt Iu Third Quarter. WILD SCORING MARKS CLASH i T ' I O c r a c k passers of t h e D u n b a r ! ')''« n s h i p H i g h School srored n five- ·· ' p o i i ; ! m a v s r i n n v e r a f u r m i d a h l a ! A l u m n i ( | u - ! i t c t l a s t u i s r h t n t L e i s e n - i riny, No. 1 "a a f;isl e x h i b i t i o n c o n t e s t . ; · T h e f m u l ;;i!!y was -1- to H7. t A g r o a t r a l l y in t h e t h i r d period ·: w h i c h n c t t i d I f * p o i n t s more t h a n ' . w i i - t - t h e amount, vegistf-red b y tin! g r a d u a t e s - - s a v e d t h e i - h a m p i u t i H of Svrt.ion \'l f r o m being swept i n t o d c : f e d ! us ! h - a l u m n u s carrU-'.l an a l - v;',uiag(? d u r i n g i h i - l i r s t ( w o period;- ot I lie- hoc t ic i - m i t f - s t . T h e f i i i i - 1 q u a r t e r w a s i n a r l r c d b y . w i l d s i ' D i - i - s g , it 1 i t ; i l o f ~-t bi-iiu-. a c ( · l i i n l e d f o r , l i b y t i n - V a r s i i y u « d \:\ I'.v t h e A l u n i n i . Tin.- A l u n i n i has a p j w i - r f n l n i m b i - [ n a t i o n on t i i e (ioor. Am'iy X u k i i and , ! M i c k e y J''.i!ovcbalk, n i c m h f i .-· u f l u s t year's Stv-Uon 1:1, "VV. P. !. A. 1 ,i'agiti'. : ' h.'iinpioi!.- h i p t f i i i n t c t . w r r o i n t h e ' " i i i t - u p . J i t n i n y I.euidytnorc- and Slick j Sweeney, i w o if tin 1 n e a t e s t f o r w a r d s i w h o h a v e romped tho Ui-d and H l a c k ; '.-ourU in r e c e n t y e a r s , and U u ' p h j H u r k e y , an a 1'-t-otut t y g u a r d , were »u ' '.!H s t a r t i n g club. H h a r k i ' y H i r r o t i , a - r . t a i . a l t - i . r o u n d p l a y e r , M:ke T u p t a , : ·v:io play ul a r e g u l a r in-ntiM 1 p o s i t i o n , ! J i m m y l l t r p c r a n d K . r n i e Sxepi-Mi, f o r - ! ·.vnrds, a!so got i n t o t h o e n c o u n t e r , j This \ \ a s t h e l i t i a l c o n l c H t f o r t h o ; I j i . ' i s c i i r i n g c l u b p r i o r to UK i n v a s i o n i ( ! ' Pitt. S a d i i n n , P i t t s b i i r g . o n T h u r s - ; d i v nigh 1 w h e n M o n c s a o u w i l l b" mci. j in tho \V. P. 1. A. L e a g u e e l i m i n a t i o n ' t ' H i n i a m i nt. i The l i : i c - u p : i V a r s l l j !:. A l u m n i -87. T u l k - y City Basketbll Title Will Be Determined by Casey Club And Keagy Corner Dribblers Ruth Works Out, Expecting to lie With Yanks A^ Firs! Clamo Will Bo Played Tomorrow .MfrM at Slat*' Armory Arena. CLASH WILL BE AT 9 O'CLOCK Dy FRANK GBTT% ! Tho Koagy Corn-cr and Casey Club United Press Sports Edivor. j 'basketball learns havo come to terms .ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March 4 -- i a n i i w i l l p l a y tomorrow night to de- Babe R u t h joined the Now Y rk Van- i t e r m i n e tho f i r s t leg on the champion- koca at. tho opening ot Spring practice! s h i p of tho c i t y . yesterday and w i l l bo in ri ;ht field j ''' ne t'onU'wi, u scheduled for !»· when tho regular season op'-no wltli | ° c ' 0:lt al! h!.s salary troubles f o r g i v e n a n d ' T|K Corner Fhv', m.-ide confident by forgotten. i its \i ( -i-("'y over Scottdalo Biiicka last While he « t i l l maintains 1 i« stand J F V i d a y ; S r «*'l t o ; ' Casey proposition and t h e plans are definitely de- t e r m i n e d . A l t h o u g h on short notice, the two teams anticipate a largo turnout of fans. Tho Ca.vey-.i h a v o not be«en in action a t homo for more t h a n a wek but Gene Tumiey, forme! world' heavyweight- fight champion, snapped at tho ringside at Miami, Fie , as he watched t h e three-round fiasco between Jack K h a r k o v and 'hi! Scott. On T u n n e y ' s left Mrs, Tunr.'ey, the J'ornw .· 1'oliy I^audcr, can be seeu. Uniontown Defeats Ford City After Hard Battle in League Elimination; Score Is 19-16 --® ipcrts Comment i J i m n i y Pnjia v*. .Jack S m i t h ! Talk about y o u r naturals, just cast your p-eeportf at t h a t line-up and what ;i wow of a bout it should make! la event satisfactory urrangemente can bo completed for tho matching of thwo two boxers, well known in northern Fayetto c o u n t y , their natlvo haunt;!, fandoni will got a real treat. And how! P-ujhi, u n q u e f tio.-mbly the beet incumbent iu fisticdom in Connollsvilie, ani Smith, bora and reared at Van- dorbilt, havo befit avoiding each other tor soino time ;.n euch a. manner that it has Dec.omo roiuvplcuous but it now seems a*t though It will be possible toi bring thorn together. Our only hope is that th-o persons who have started the movement to! match, these Toys tiro successful in j their endeavor, tt would bo i s a f o : prediction, in tJiat event, that tho best! flstk-, feature- in many yearn would bo ; tbo f i n a l outcome when tho scrappers! would crawl -.hrough tho ropes for! their big sotto Puj'a haun't bc-en training ot late and has taken on much weight. However he could sot d o w n to braes tacks and soon regain f i g h t i n g form. Smith, on the other hand, wince- lite removal lo Revere f r o m Vande-rbilt has been doing much work in U n i o n t o w n where ho has proved popular w i t h followers). He craved action and a boy l i k o P u j i a who shares Ray Mohl, seeon -year s t u d e n t from New York at the University f Iowa, has f o M o w d up hi;i nurlv- loyhood swimming in the Hud.'on River with a i C'Cord-breakin^f jchierement in doir.g the 400-yard Sack stroke in 5 2 4 8 - 1 0 . This »wers by ffv e seconds the record let by McGillivray of the Great Lakes Naval Trairj.nB Station, in !· .. C O -- Sweeney Conference Title Hangs on Outcome Of Tuesday Game XF.W W I L M I N G T O N , Pa., M a r c h (. ·--Coach J o h n L a w i ' i c - r ' s W e s t m i n s t e r College b i w i k u t b a l l ' e n m , w i t h 1! dlt- trict victories to o 10 l'i ; cut otids its sci6on against t h t sro;it U n i v e r s i t y team at 1'Ht.sburg The f a c t t h a t f i e Tri-Statn Conference champions tip KWK to the H. M i l l e r Ha i ley _..., J t e l l i y _ G. ... R a l p h J i t t r k c y Substi-.utfons--Hay U u r k - . - y f o r T u l k-y, N P J O f o r SkQiH'xny, I v e - h o n b t r g f o r K e i J l y , W o r t h l n u l o n f o r lic.sbfn- borg, . B e h r o u s tor H a i l c y , H o h r r n s f o r I I . M i l l e r , llemm C o r f j a n d y n i o r e , SxppeBi f o r S w e e n e y , H a r p t r f o r Szepesi, T i t p t a for Zcka. Field goals--Tulley tl, Hay Hurkey, Flailt*y -, New, K k o u e z n y .'!, l l e r r o n 2, Sweeney 4, Zekii ;(, Il:Uplt Burkoy 2, Palovchalk ,1. F o u U -- V a r s i t y , 12 o u t of 13; A l u m - ni, 0 out of 20. Sc.oriag by q u a r t e r s : A l u m n i _ s it 7 i;; :;" V a r s i t y ,, c, 7 ]-, j^.j ^n .Referee--Phillips. AMATEUR BOXING PROGRAM MARCH 13 AT SLAVISH HALL Toddy MaiH'uso, Hits,'; SI'klos, | .Mmmy ( i i a r h c t t l aiui .Inluny ] Nuiry (o I pan w i n n e r of (life o u t s t a n d i n g sou. Last Tuesda Titanti wcro f o r t u i . D u q u c f i n e (it New 23-1 sc-oro but Jlve-tninuto LawthM- O'Donovan, t h e i w i l l make it game of the 3«a- . (ho "Westminster i to to win over W i l m i n g t o n by a y after two extra periods-- won; p!aycl. w i l l e-nl Captain G l e n n i'HLsbi rg; Kenneth Delaat d W i l l i a m C r o w o l l , Sharon, into the r I'.itit collegtato the fistic ' t-' 0111 "^ content Tiie: lay. All three men w i t h ' havo played for our yearn u n d e r that ! I * a w t h e r , d u r i n g w h i c h time tho ST. VINCENT PLAYS SCOTTDALE BUICKS THURSDAY NIGHT j Special to The C o u r i e r . SCOTTDALE, March ·(.--The Scottdale HuickH and St. Viticc-j.it Col!efff w i l l play T h u r s d a y evening at t h e armors-, beg-itiniiifi at 8:15 o'clock. The preliminary j^ime, al 7.-^ w ,., be between local girl teams. SEVEN MATCHES BEING ARRANC iED l l i i ' y C a r t e r . uiiilt hinalct'i a n d t r a i n e r ·!' t h e C o i i ' i e i l sville ,;' t h l e l l c C l u b , t o d a y a n n o u n c e d t h a t tl n e x t amatc-iir Ijoxing s h o w at. the '.lavish Hall w i l l b« c o n c l u c t o c J on 'II i r a d a y j u i K h t , M a r c h }'.',. i There w i 1 ! I! s-cv«'n i n U - o s t l n g i b o u t s on ili^ -.:al(!'iHi.tr a n d innc-h a c t i o n i s a n t i c i p a t e d f o r l ! i l a r g e I c r o w d of f a n s t h a t iis e x p e c t e d (o jiun j the sp:Ji'!ous a u d i t o r i u m -- t h e : :oiu: of ' m a n y w h i r l i n g enci.-uniers. Toddy M a n r u f o . s c r i p p y C n r j c l ' s - viP.D b : i t t l « r , ha:; I'-epn lined p w i t h J o h n n y -N'ag" «;' M a s o n ' o w i i in ono part, of I h i ^ w i u d u i i l ' i a i w: i also f e a t u r e KU.-JK S i c k l e s vl \Ve.st N e w l i i i a n d J i m m y C i a c h n t l i o): U t t j u U i w i i . Tho o i l i e r m a t c h e s w i l l b made k n o w n t h r o u g h t h e s e coiuni s at a i l a t e r d a t e . I'JT'TOBVTU;. MnrcJi 4.-- With Al K \ o r h a r t , f.on of f'oarh .A. ,]. Kvorhart i f t h e r»i«.nv!o\vj) l l t . c h !cho«l baHkot- h a l l team, s i n k i n g t h e l i u a l goal as It-Ks t h a n a m i n u t e of tho first, eu- t.ount«r of t h c l u b in the W. P. I. A. I»agui-) e l i m i n a t i o n seri':i remained, tho Kayt'-tro eount}-:\jatir.s won a 19-Ki victory over Kord City and w i l l m»M. t h e w i n n e r o f t h o Monossvu-Dtmbar T o w i i s h i p .-la:Oi w h i c h t a k e s plae.-o at. tho I'itt S t a d i u m o n T h u r s d a y n i g h t . Over anxU--t.y was f a t a l to Forii C ' i t y , when or. t w o occasions a pretty offensive- c a r r l e i l l.h« b a l l d o w n tho floor to Cook, ck-vor f o r w a r d , und he failed to s i n k it. imm tnulcr tho ha.-Ucet. Koj- live niiiiute.s a f t o r tho start nolther f l u b Hcored. Ford City had a two -point advaiitagt! at tho ((uarter, TJ-:!, but at the h a l f the f o u n t was tied at 9-!l, Thou I ' l t i o n t o w n enjoyed a i;!n:!o p o i n t m a r g i n at the close ot tho t h i r d q u a r t e r w i t h a c o u n t of 15-1-I, Tho U n a ! eight niinutas of play were b i t t e r l y contested. B-e-causc of u n f a v o r a b l e - weather o n l y ulxHit -100 f a n s wilnossod tho contest. Tht* l i n e - u p : an the m«t prominent holdout o f ) many baseball «oaMnti, the 1 onio run k i n g bold the United Press he was c o n f i d a n t all the d i f f l c u H i f t s concern- ! ing bin 1MO con tract v.ouli be ; .IraightotK'd out long before A p r i l 1.1.1 h;ivo be , M1 p l a y l n g ahroa( , am , ^ , n ·I hk« the game too j n u c h io loavo; . s))alK , lor t h o f;o)Uest . T) , rt cornei-i n,' tho Babe said. "It'e a m a t t e r of | aggregation has teeu holding steady! busings for me to get: wha-: I t h i n k ! workouts ari-d above a l l , some real, I am worth to the Y a n k e e * but I've i r i v a l r y for the city titto niaJtes t.h« ; given my iwst to tho game -nd to rny | gani-o attractive. p r e s e n t ball club and J fyd sure i j A l t h o u g h a three-ganio series hiiii w i l l be with them when the season j boon arranged, each c l u b hopes to starts." j end the l.itlo contests with just two Ivooking fit from hie life in the open.; sanies, by w i n n i n g them both. Tho d u r i n g w h i c h he ha*i devote! most of i date for the second encounter has not bii-i t i m e to golf and swirnn-.in.tr, R u t h ; been ii.wd. i-aid he would report to his lew chief, I "- w a s a n n o u n c e d this morning that Hob K h a w k e y , ami take p rt in t h e : a block of 150 seats bad been r e g u l a r t r a i n i n g practice. and t h a t tickets would bo sold at. store's. "It w i l l le good to get a u n i f o r m on ! KeagyV and Purnarl Tangrottl'A . again," he declared w i t h g'-nunie cn- (hu.riasm. "After all there' i no game l i k e baseball. I havo boon part, of it for so long that I'm not going to consider q u i t t i n g now, while r -e fitill got. a lot of it in my syutem." In discussing hie salary und hi.s insistence upon JS5.000 a ywir, the f a m o u s slugger gave no indication I'KTE ABATE REAL PRESS A « K N T ; GFTS BIG LAYOUT I.V PITTSBL'ItG NEWSPAPER t h a t liR would accept a proposition, beyond say ompromise f i a t "some Peter C. Abate believes in basking in the l i m e l i g h t . While he resided at Vanderbilt, he mode it. plain that, he wanted orery- peoplc s«* m to t h i n k a lot noro about j 10( , v lo t a l k about )lim and hie wor(Js monoy t h a n 1 do." | ,,..,_,,. R a t h paid h-e ba/j no W a when he | would meftt. Colonel R u p p ;rt for a I were: final show-down on n e w contract. "The next move is sl.r ctly up to Barrow and Hupperl," he lointed out. "They scMit me a contrac' which did t h e paper, about you. not call for the money I em asking, and I've sent it back. It's up to them i j )U ( t ),.,^ to take the nest fitep, I've a l w a y s | w j j j "Ke^p y-our name in M a k e t h e people talk That's the only way they'll know- about, you." And how well he did the job whil-e in Kay cite county. Now Pete has moved (o Wilmerding sji't mean that the papers orget about him--because ho found Jako to be fair, a. d I'm «uro | w o l l - t 1(?t t h a t { h i n g o c c u r Xof , S3 he w i l l be this time." , l i i n g as ho fan The Uabft eipr^-ed wthusimm | Mayb;;, t h a t ' s why Peter Carmen over Die fact t h a t Hob Shawkey. a! A |aU- promoter extravugan/a--box- fornier Yankee pitcher, w«uld manape ing, w r e s t l i n g , bn.reboll, movies, ;md the c l u b this year. lie :,uid n o t h i n g 1 w h a t not--occupiel a nve-column, of hw own ambitions to p : l o t tiie V a n - j seven-inch deep layout of the PHfrt-' koea, but declared h U n s e i ' heartily in : burg Sun-Telegraph Monday. Now I favor of (he selection of Jlob the Gob, I that he'd closlcy affiliated w i t h IXIUJH 1 -- -successor to the late Miller H u g - 1 Volpo, W i l m e r d i n g politician, Peta p r o b a b l y w i l l - ho.ve more cbancet; to "There was a great l i t t l e g,ny," s a i d ! break into p r i n t . R u t h , referring to Huggms, "Most of J The article showed Pete h o l d i n g the credit, for our eucct ss when wo | Gloria Volpe, four-year-old d a u g h t e r were k n o c k i n g them over from 1921 to ' of Ixiuis. act she performed before t h « v I n l o n t o w n - li). Ford Pur.lue's hasketball tp-am won tho undlH-Hited chamiiionghip of the -Western Conference last, night, defeat- Ing Michigan, 44-28, at A n n Arbor. (Jraf Not to Cross Se.; . F K I K U K I C I I S I L V F E . N ' , G e m a n y , March -1,--Dr, Hugo ISckene , comm a n d e r of tin: (.Jraf Zeppelin ha.s denied that t h n s)iij) w i l l make a trans- A t l a n t i c trip to tho United HI .tee neoct month. The next ( r i p w i l " be lo South A m e i i c n ca"ly iu tay, in; said. · i City -16, l''onl ............ .......... ----- -F.._ ..... ----------------- I'ryor K x o r h a r t ...... --- ..... ..F 1 ..... ......... _ .......... ..... Cook ·I. .'ohn ...... .. ...... -- ..... C ..... -- ........... .......... iJass I larriis ........... ___________ C ___________ ............... Wallock Hank: n ..... . ........ -- ....... (j ...... ........ .. llra.lxvsky S'Ctrro by p-eriods: Umontown ________________ ...... ;i li G ·! -- 19 Ford City ____ ...... _. ..... ____ f 4 5 · -- 16 Fieid goals-- I J n i o n t o w n , J. John 2, j Harris 1, 10vir!iart 2. Kord 1; Ford City, Pry or 1, Cook 2, Bass 1. Team fouls- -- U n i o n t o w n , 7 out of 14; Ford C i t y , S out. of III. ' Sulxuitutes -- 1'nioni.own, l l p i m b a u g h for K a n k . i n ; Ford City, O r t m a u for Mrabovsky, Wol^onovltch for Cook, H u t c h i s o n for I'ryor, I'ryor for I3ass. Reffiret-- - Waller Waite. U m p i r e -- Syk;i Hcoil, Time of auarlons-- -S 132S belongs to H u g g i n s . I t h i n k Shawkey learned a lot f s o m Hug and j acrobatic dancer. should make a good mr nager. He | can h a v e my be-st if we come to | termc." 5 i Ruth admitted that, lut- club's proc- j pe«te were not as "bright this sea«on jis iu former years but said ho was: The H.igh School foollxill banquet conndent that the Yankc-w could come: w j)i j )e hol-i at C:30 o'clock this ovo- throuph crcKlitably w - t h everyone; ning. H has been somewhat delayed pulling for Shawkey. f OP on reason an ^ t j i e n another. "We can beat those gvya," the Babe Alxnit a month ago everything waa declared referring to ho Athletics , " a j| 6e t" and then Jim Browning be- to should lx' a mil party. iiriivi-n' thert And why not? Whether tho s h o w w i l l be conducted in Connellsvillo or Uniontown w i l l have (o lx t.ett.Ied after !ho boxers coint to an i.-greement. However n i l t h o t r i a l u a i - d t r i b u l a t i o n s o f theso forrnalitie.s w i l l be well reptUU If tho e f f o r t la siucr-wriful and tho Ixiya get inti) the arena. T i t a n s have won 7 i games and lost 10.1 -N'o twizn has i-uu- -uedcd in dt-feating the Titan:? t w i c e in tho same tieaKon ' d u r i n g the f o u r vear.-i a n d on o n l y . three. jccasioiiK b i v e u p p - o n e n t i i been i ablo (o defeat l h - L a w t h e n n e n ]jy ; Indians Burlesqiie at New Orleans P. W. VA. HEARING SET FOR APRIL 141 W A . s i U N t ; r n \ , M a r c h .l.-~Tlu ap- ; ' I *'' ! ' ! · · I ' i i l . s l i u r g Wrsi V i r g i n i a u ' . t . i i - k i i i s a n o r d e r o f t h e C. amu-rco I ' o n i m i ^ s i u u perm i t t i u f - : ho Wlu'i'ling it L a k e lOrir l l a i l w a y .',i m a k e c e r t a i n t u .\ti'a,sioi: » in ('!· v o i . i i L i . was a d v a n c e d by t l i u S u p r c i n . ' C.' i r t y i ' ^ t e r d a y f o r l i i - - i r ! i r o n A ; i r ; l i t more than f o u r i The l-l d i s t r i c t j havo been ovor A i Bethany, Way IK- quesite, Carnegie t o n a n d J e f f e r s o n t w o Oucjiuvm: d e f e a t s in Sinct! t h i s i; Dnquc.ifn- w i l l li Ci n a t u r u l i t i t l e . I'vt ' t h e t i t l e crew is l e a g u e t w o co liivl for j y e a r , whiUv (.leii^ for I he c h a m p i o Dukes and the Mi-\i*»; Set ;\ii.\xi;.-\rt)i.i.s. ^ r a n I S I O V I L - : .ji-t. tin 1 s t \ !iun WOIIUMI rfUK. - )i tin- dues f o r A i X e w n h a i n . ; of Wi.-stirn t o t h t I ' n i . i - r s i t y j j t u d y i h - n s i - i t r y . t Siir/n l e r i r a t i w o n x f t i , D r . f i i i l u a t c of thf I ' n i A u s t r a l i a who hu.s I Coach l . u w t l i I. A i n i - r i - : t o t l r l l l u -, M t o t . for A u s t r a - I D a v i e s . who i.; Paris 1.. H. to i l : *9 Chissllied Ads. ((uiuk]/ follow. *«lay w i t h Davies \\ i est. piui.sini. ; (li.sli-icl. :.'dk-t a ad i j Stephens !tai:i!l easily t.!u It'St JKUSaCiri o i n t s . victories tliiii year lught.Miy, (Jrovo C i t y , .burg, T h i e l , i)u- Tech and W a s l i i n g J u t h e c o n f e r e n c e , won seven and lost l a s « i x victories anI iguo c ( i n i p e t i t . i j t i . i" l u s t .·ieat.ou t h a t . ild n i e m l K t r s h i p , in ; if(!!-f-!ice, the DavieM a n x i o u s lo win t h e id;' teams h a v e won e h a m p i o n r i h i ) i » a n d onW in ( l i e last five U-'r won the i i t l e ono vu a i u i B e t h a n y tiix.1 . - h i p once. \ow Iho r i t a i i s iiuut tilth I. it li i-i Uic yniiii.m.st '.- d i s t r i c t . nicut'.t y r a r o r t w o older. . it a team, o u t f i t , i n t h e P i t t r t \ V i t h C a p t a i n ( J a n x y :'· i l i i n u n i t i v i ! iinul ig I h e ball, t h e !ukf: u i i - k o . - t sluitK and t h e '·an* w i l l se-' (hits ;.«a- cuimeraman. The l i t t l e girl is SPOUTS who are (strong favorit. s repeat their pomwuit triumph if 1!)20. "We always could lick them ourselves, and I think a lot of other clubs will stop them thiH year ami hel.j us get back came ill, Thnrefore the affair wa« po«tjoned until ho could attend. * * * Regard less of the, outcome of tho the pennant." TIi« legs, which hav game played last Thursday at Pitt trouble in tho past, are holding up this winter, the home run king declared. "I've courses j Stadium when North Union's high, caused him Hchool team lost to New Castle in the been w a l k i n g around golt n i l winter, c-jverJngr znore ground t h a n I ever hay- to In the outfield 01* on buses, and I feej better than I have for i long time," ho said, "There won't lie any trouble about my Itoing ready. Jt'« just a little matter of business wi ich hae to be twttU'd first. "As for thcrie exhibition gamci-i w h i c h (he Yankees w a n t me to play, iiret elimination contcat of the W. P. I. A. League, it wa« a greal; experience for that group of athletes. Only one. of the youngsters had ever been to Pitteburg before and the ride by bus, through Liberty lube?, wae a great treat. t * * Tho Immaculate Conception High School team plays at E-ast HuntiliR- Ulon Townahip High School thiw eve, Ding, ', * * * The gir!n will be in the spotlight that'is still a «ore spot. They make a ; on Thursday evening wh«n the West lot of money from Iho to gumew using me as the attraction, and Aomo of those games ,on poor (ield«, take a lot more omt of tl an a rog-alar league affair. "There's no u«e ftgl ting this t h i n g Nowton High School laseiea come her» for the annual content. Tho game is scheduled for 8:15 o'clock. # * * Workouts of tho Pitttiburg 1 Pirate i baseball club have retarded by In the same arena in which Primo Camera kayoed *· stag( d a burlesque bout until manager .Roger Peck Fanner Lodge, thesa Cleveland Indian piayera I inpa tgrh called a half- out in the newspapers. I've explained j Inclement weather at Paso my stand and I think r ioet of the fans, judging by the lotlerfi 1 get, end w h a t ' I read in the papers*, agree with me. j Thq Yankees natural y want to get all they can out of me, and I naturally want to get all I can out of them. "There may be a !i-.Ue arguing before we got througl , but (.he h«;t proof in the world t h a t I'm conlident: " e)teviile rooters among the crowd we will settle everything before the wl ich witnesses the Buc« go into ac- All tickets for the Piratc-Hei] loaguo opener, tx lc played at Cincinnati on A p r i l 1C, l;«ve been sold o u t , It. SB announced. » * * There w i l l be a number of Cxm- eii3on opens fa that I'm getting into my toga and joining the boys for Spring pactice. If [ thought there wao much chance of my not playing i ball this year I would not be getting tiowu lo work." Koi'u.scs to 1'rusefulc. MUNICK, Jlarch ·). -- Murrlf.t Foster, 2S, was Hhot in the leg by police when caught stealing from a grocery. M. B. Edraislon, stor.i owner, said he would not prosecutt because Poster was a customer toin for the unit tinio wlwn the sea- 6on opone at Cincinnati next month. SoiiUtnnt France Faclnt? Floods. PARIS March 4. --An unprecedented flood disaster tbreaten« southern Franco thin morning as rivers swelled by raln^i and snow arc rapidly mounting. Twenty person* were reported drowned at Caatres, Tarn. Looking for Bnrg-alns T If so, read tho artverUmng or The Dattj- Oourkw.

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