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TUJ5KDAY, MATCCH 7, 193D. THE DATT,Y COtTRIKR. CONNKI.LSVTLT.E. PA. PAGE SEVEN. Boxing THE WORLD Basketball EIGHT-BOUT CARD THRILLS FIGHT FANS S P O R T O R I A L Q ^^ By JOHN H. WHORIC, Sports Editor \tf BEST TEAM DIDN'T WIN SECTION 9 FLAG I. probably sounds a little oft key but the best team in Section 9 was neither Johnstown nor Greensburg although the two came out in a dead heat only to have the Jawns walk off BITS HERE AND THERE "Chalk up another 'on the nose' prediction for your column," telephoned a loyal Pitt alumnus after he had heard about Jock Sutherland's resignation. While nearly all gazettes were dubious about it. coming off, we were positive and said so. Our information came from a source close to Jock . . . Whizzer White is quoted by the London writers as saying he with 3 crown in the saw-off. Close followers of the W. P. I. A. L. division will agree with us that likes Oxford and will stay there two Scottdple had the outstanding quintet' more years, spiking rumors he'd rebut its weakness was in reserve ', turn to pro football next f a l l . . . Ells- power, a deficiency that caused; ,t to |.TMÂ£,TM^Â«Â£c^hafÂ£e1 lose the toga. The Blue and White perry oÂ£ Enj , land . wiu de feat Don varsity, tutored by Bill Lohr, was the class of toe division'when it came to handling the ball, passing and shooting but couldn't stand up under the deluge of strong. reserves that the other schools fired at them. Taken man for man or as a whole, no school in the division outclassed the Millers who time and time again swung into big leads only to have them whittled and then overcome by belated assaults, uncorked after the Loh:rmen regulars had been worn down by an endless onslaught of reserves who made things tough for them. Johnstown took two from Scolt- dalo. both times with spurts in the waning minutes of play and Greens- Vurg divided with the Millers in tilts that saw the Scots take big leads early in the tilts. Norwin likewise wallted off with both ends of the series after hectic action. Norwin should have fared better than it did and only because of the scholastic difficulties of Stough and Johnny Alt Walks Off With Honors for Best Fight, Defeats Kuker Budge on their tour which opens Friday . . . Johnny Galloway has resigned as Colgate court mentor, a post he has held since 1935, because of I illness . . . Taylor Drysdale, Detroit,' former Michigan University swimming star erased his world's record for the 100 backstroke for the third time in winning in 1:01.8 . . . Ben E. Harris, 36, acrobat who cheated death on the trapeze, was killed in Auburn, N. Y., in an auto accilent while en- route to the New York World's Fair . . . A stunned racing public sought a post-mortem explanation for the defeat of Stagehand in the rich Wldeher Challenge Cup race in Florida . . , Adrian Quist, one of the best racquet wielders from Australia has corrected the service style that cost him many points in foot faults and is expected to make life miserable for American Davis Cup players this year . . . Glenn Cunningham is reported to have fouled Don Lash in their two- mile race in New York Saturday which he won by a yard. The referee, Other Local Boys Cut Loose in First Amateur Boxing Show. NEXT PROGRAM ON MONDAY, MARCH 27 Several hundred fistic followers, who attended the first of a series of amateur shows under the sponsorship of Immaculate Conception High School Athletic Council, saw a great show at Slovak Hall, West Side, Menday night with six of the eight bouts .oaded with action galore. Announcement was made that -mother program would be given Monday night, March 27, at the same 3lace and our hope is that the fans will turn out in larger number because the show was deserving of much better patronage. And inore cards of such calibre will go a long ivay toward reviving the sifon-pure sport in this region, for years a cen- Cole, regular center and guard, near I however, refused to disqualify Glenn the end oÂ£ the season did it fade out I . . . Henry Armstrong stopped Bobby of the picture, at a time when it could have gone into the division's lead. The Blue and Gold was weak in reserve power. In our pre-season -forecast, we Pacho, Mexican, out of Phoenix, Ariz., in the fourth round of a fight in Havana as Jim Braddock refereed . . . U' took one oÂ£ those never-say- die chases to give Ohio State's Buck- liked Norwin's chances in a three- | eyes the Big Ten basketball title but cornered fight between Norwin, Greensburg and Johnstown. We. saw in Scottdale a dark horse contender. It was a slap 'em down and drag 'em sectional race from the beginning to the end. And had the Blue and White of Scottdale got a break or two from Lady Luck there would've been a different story to .the race, in Section 9. But such is the great gome of basketball. - - GALENTO-LOU1S FIGHT ANOTHER FIRPO-DEMPSEY BATTLE Simultaneous \vith the announe- ment of the coming Joe Louis Galento flght, Look, national magazine, said today of the Jersey phenomenon: "Louis may knock Tony's bald head all but off his shoulders, but before he does there will be some fighting that will recall Dempsey and Firpo. For Galento, the man who walks like a beer barrel, will go down fighting." The editors claim that they have finally settled Arthur Brisbane's classic debate about the gorilla and the prizefighter by presenting a picture made of Tony by one oÂ£ their, staff photographers which would seem to indicate that the gorilla and the fighter are one and the same. "Tony," says Look, "is the first man ever to make a profession of running amok. He is as an unbalanced as your wife's checkbook. He considers alcohol a brisk runner-up to bread as the staff of life. In action he resembles a one-sided windmill in a high wind. But let him land his left squarely on any opponent's chin and the flght is over. There isn't an ounce of modesty in Tony's 235 pounds. He talks the greatest flght in history." they're finally in--all alone at the top for the first time in 14 years . . . Outelder Gerry Walker of. the White Sox believes he has uncovered another Dizzy Dean in Mel Kramer of Slater, Mo, . . . Irish Jack Doyle, who was neevr so persistent in the prize ring, was harassing immigration officials again with another attempt to enter the U. S. A. It was love this time, he said, for Movita, the movie dancer, that brought him back Lippy Leo Durocher must think the Brooklyn Dodgers wilt be the National League's chorus girl entry when he cracked: "Show me an athlete with good legs and I'll show you a good athlete." One neyer can tell what will come next from the goofey Dodgers who now have gone in for "legs, legs, legs," on a big scale Hutchinson, 19-year-old sensation from Seattle, Freddie pitching comes, up to the Detroit Tigers labelled as the prize paekage of 1939. Although he hasn't had a chance to cut loose, Freddie keeps saying: "AH I hope is that I stick in this league.' Pitt Will Hold Swimming Meet At Trees Pool DUKES END CAGE CARD Charles Robinson "Chick" Davies' sensational sophomore Duquesne University basketeers closed their 1938-39 season with a 47-37 conquest of the Tartans of Carnegie Tech on the Tech floor. Thus ended a highly successful campaign for- the HiUtoppers with the record .book showing 14 favorable decisions against only four reverses. All four of. the Dukes', setbacks were suffered or foreign floors, where Davies' youngsters were handicapped by the lack of experience as well as by the natural handicap of playing away from -home. The Daviesmen won eight contests on their hardwood in the Duquesne University Gym and five more in the strongholds of the opposition^ They rang the bell on one other occasion in their initial meeting of the season with the Scots of Carnegie which was originally scheduled for the Hilltop Gym but was shifted to the Duquesne Garden court due to the unprecedented demand for tickets and thus falling to the away from home class. The Garden game broke nil previous records for basketball attendance in Pittsburgh, drawing a total of 4.800 tons through the turnstiles on one of .the worst evenings of the year so far as weather is concerned. Thus the 1938-39 record of Coach Ch':ck Davids and his men reads eight home wins, six road victories, and four losses. The Dukes captured their fifth City Championship crown this season by defeating the University of Pittsburgh's Panthers and the Carnegie Plaids. Their all-time record against their neighborhood rivals now stands at 21 wins and nine de- feats in eight years of competition. So, with his Dukes scoring a grand Special to The Courier. PITTSBURGH, Mar. 7--The silver anniversary oÂ£ the University of Pittsburgh's annual inlerscholastics swimming meet will be celebrated Saturday, March 25, when the 25th renewal of the tri-state district's oldest interscholastic carnival will be held at Trees Pool. As the meet. approaches its 25th year, there will be several changes. Of primary importance is the shift of the time from afternoon and evening to morning and afternoon. Trial heats will be held at 10 A. M., with the finals carded for 3 P. M. This will allow 'schools located some distance from Pittsburgh to return home without traveling late at night. Another change effects the scoring. The point score will be 10, C, 6; 4, 2, for relays, and 6, 4, 3, 2, 1 for individual' races. The meet is open to all sanctioned high schools in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia, official permission having come through from the scholastic governing bodies of these states. In past years the chief competition for the meet title has been between Erie Strong Vincent, Erie East, and Canton McKinley, although Fifth Avenue broke in three years ngo to sweep the meet. Competing last year were Eric Academy, Carrick, Central. Catholic, Cleveland .Heights, Connelly, Dormont, Duquesne, Fifth Avenue, Langley, Canton Lehman, Canton McKinley, Munhall, Reading, Schenley, East Cleveland Shaw, South, Erie Strong Vincent, Taylor Allderdice, Turtle Creek, Westinghouse and Wilmerding. Strong Vincent took top-honors, followed by Canton McKinley, Erie Academy, and Canton Lehman in that order. South of Pittsburgh was fourth, leading all city schools. ter of Southwestern Ustiana. Pennsylvania's Amateur Boxing . Show Summary LEAGUE WILL HOLD FIRST ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD RELAY CARNIVAL AT COKER PARK SATURDAY, APRIL 29 ponents 632, Chick Davies closes the pages on another chapter in the history of Duquesne basketball under his coaching genius and points with pardonable pride to his record of 222 wins against only 75 losses in the fifteen years he had stood at total of 797 points against the op- | the Hilltoppers' helm. With several exceptions the spectators accepted the decisions of the three judges and while boos greeted some of the announcements we believe the nods in each instance were deserved. Johnny Alt, Connellsvllle's 174- pounder, walked of! with honors as he easily decisioned Vem Kuker of Perry Coulter A. C., taking each of the three rounds in the best bout of the evening. Johnny had his foe in a bad way in the last canto with his superior boxing and harder, clean punching. This was the type of a bout that appeals to fandom as it is filled with plenty of action. Joe Mattis, 164, of Charleroi, outclassed Vic Ferrand, 164, of Pittsburgh in the first two rounds of the final bout with a superior reach and a troublesome left jab and then floored his opponent four times in the fourth, the first time for a count oÂ£ eight. Ferrand twice grabbed Mattis by a leg and hung on before Referee Jimmy Pujia could part them. If they would've gone another frame, Mattis would have sent Vic into the land oÂ£ Morpheus. The Pittsburgher showed plenty of spunk and deserves another showing here against a boy who won't outreach him so much. The "semi-final" saw Carl Jones, rangy Negro ot Pleasant Valley A. C., come through in the last two rounds lo punch a decision over Tommy Joyce of Pittsburgh, who scored the first frame with his aggressiveness in what was a slow stanza. Jones' reach was too much for his Â· shorter foe and he kept a left rammed down Tommy's alley but the Smoky City boy kept after Jones to the last whistle. The third round was a lulu with both cutting loose although Joyce was worsted only because of a shorter reach. Patsy Saroko of Pittsburgh, 162- pound A. M. A., A. A. U., champion, appeared in one of the two disappointing bouts of the evening. He fought Ray Kuli, also of Pittsburgh, and they spent the greater part of three rounds tieing each other. Saroko was superior of the two while Null tried to make a fight out oÂ£ if but it was no go and they fiddled around while the clock ticked away. Vince Browning, 104, Connellsville, got the decision over Pete Barton, 161, of Perry Coulter A. C., but the crowd razzed the verdict because the out-of-town,boy made a great finish. Browning went, after Barton in the ^ first round and won it by a mile. His superior punching, scoring more direct hits, gave him the second frame but Vince made the mistake of waiting for Pete to come lo him in the last inning and then he got into all kinds of trouble and was in a bad way. But the lead in the first two rounds was too much for Barton to overcome and, in our judgment, was a ninth inning rally that fell short one run. It"was a good scrap all the way, however. In the second round Vince caught Barton with a nice right and the two went into a clinch, stumbling and falling to the canvass. Barton was cut near the left eye in the same frame but the doctor let the two fight on after examining the wound. Miles Neth, 158, and Johnny Evans, 160, both local boys, put on a good show in the second bout. NeLh had the fight won going into the last round when Evans, caught him with a wicked right that cut him above the eye. Referee Pujia had a doctor look at the injury and awarded Evans a technical kayo when the physician said it was too dangerous. In the opening fight, Rich Richardson, 152, decisioned Steve Lilliock, 157, both of the Recreation Center, in an interesting bout. Rich took the first round and Steven came back strong in the second but Richardson showed a little too much class in the third round and walked oC with a popular verdict. Chuck Slater, 141, got the decision over Steve Kopack, 143, mute boxer of Pleasant Valley A. C., a verdicl that was booed, probably because il was such a drab affair. What fighting took place Chuck did but thai wasn't saying much as the two put on what looked like a long distance affair, each trying to see how far-he Summary of Monday night's amateur boxing show at Slovak Hall follows: Richard Richardson, 152, won decision over Steve. Lilliock, 157, both Connellsville Recreation Center, three rounds. Johnny Evans, 160, scored technical kayo over Miles Neth, 158, both Connellsville Recreation Center, in third round when referee stopped fight after Neth suffered bad cut over eye. Chuck Slater, 141, Connellsville Recreation Center, defeated Steve Kopack, 143, Pleasant Valley A. C., on decision in three rounds. Johnny Alt, 174, Connellsville Recreation Center, took easy verdict over Vern Kuker, 172, Perry Coulter A. C., on decision in three rounds, j Vince Browning, 164, Connellsville Â· Recreation Center, won decision over Pete Barton, 161, Perry Coulter A. C., three rounds. Patsy Saroko, 162, Pittsburgh; A. M. A. champion, decisioned Ray Null, 156, LaBocci A. C., Pittsburgh, three rounds. Carl Jones, 125, Pleasant 'Valley A. C., defeated Tom Joyce, 122, Pittsburgh Lyceum, on decision in three rounds. Joe Mattis, 164, Rudy A. C., Charleroi, won decision over Vic Ferrand, 164, St. John's Lyceum, Pittsburgh, in three rounds. Officials were: Referee--Jimmy Pujia. Judges--Dr. C. W. Utts, Dr. E. H. Harmon and Joseph A, (Pug) Caf- feriy. . Timers--William C. Percy and L. H. Harrington. Â·Announcer--Joseph Mullen. Date of next show--Monday, March 27. C a s e y s E r a s e Pennant Dream Of Countyseat Whatever notions the Kaufman five of Uniontown might have had about the county independent basketball toga were erased by the Casey Club which scored a 37 to 36 decision at York Run Monday night. The Caseys, who had previously toppled the Kaufmans ar.d who hold wins over the Overholt five which likewise has whipped the Uniontown club, piled up big leads in the first three periods although the losers nearly bridged the gap in the final quarter. The Caseys, undisputed county championship claimants, had captured a thriller from the McKeesport Altaians Club at McKeesport Y. M. C. A. Saturday night by a score of 36 to 35. Going into the final two minutes of play, the'locals were four points behind. The summary: Caseys G. B. Miller, f _ 6 Schrum, f 2 F. Miller, c 5 Blasey, g 3 Jones, g 0 Westmoreland Cage Tournament Hornets Trip Alverton Five West Newton piled up an. early lead to squash East Huntingdon Township quintet in the Class B quarter-finals .of the Westmoreland County Tourney by a score of 51-14. Lindauer led the Newts' attack scoring 17 points and. as the score steadily mounted Coach Townsend began sending in his substitutes. Petro was high for the losers with five markers. The line-ups: West Newton Abbott, f Lindauer, f ShifTman, c Scholl, g Marsh, g Clement, f Hand, g G. 0 3 2 3 3 F. Pis. 0 0 3 17 o 10 Totals 2H East Huntingdon. G. Novotny, f -- ... 1 Clausner, f _.... 1 Petro, c 2 Bales, Â£ X 0 Precosky, g 0 Leighty,' g 1 Totals 5 Scoring by quarters: West Newton 16 '17 East Huntingdon 4 2 Referee--Ditty. Umpire--Walsh. 0 4 0 S 0 6 5 5i F. Pts. 1 ' 3 6 12--51 6 2--14 Boy Scout Troop Defeats Council Boy Seoul Troop 7 basketball team outlasted the "Y" Inter-club Council quintet in a free scoring contest to capture a 53-47 decision. Baldwin, flashy forward, set the scoring pace with 29 points. The line-up: Y Council F. Pts. Totals Kaufmans Everhart, t Spotovjch, t Slaminko, c Huff, g Radvansky, g 5 37 F. Pts. 0 8 Summary of the Westmoreland county high school basketball tournament at Greensburg follows: First Round Results. Class B Washington Twp. 38, Bolivar 24. Ligonier 41, Avonmore 18. North Belle Vernon 47, South Huntingdon 27. Rostraver 44, Franklin Twp. 17. West Newton 31, Youngwood 22. Class A Jeannette 44, Hurst 31. Quarter-Final Results. Class B Washington Twp. 35, Ligonier 28. Derry Boro. 39, Bell Twp. 19. Rostraver 43, N. Belle Vernon 34, West Newton 51, E. Huntingdon 14. Class A Monessen 40, Derry Twp. 29. xMt. Pleasant 1, New Kensington 0. Norwin 37, Sewickley Twp. 29. Greensburg 31, Jeannette 26. xDefault. Cty Formally Chosen by W. P. |. A. L. Committee in Pittsburgh: EVENTS BEGIN AT 12:30 SHARP Friday, March 10 Scmi-Final Games. Class B Â· 6:00 P. M.--Washington Township vs. Derry Borough. 7:00 P. M.--Rostraver vs. West Newton. Class A 8:00 P. M.--Monessen vs. Mount Pleasant. 9:00 P. M.--Greensburg vs. Norwin. Totals .- - 15 6 36 I Non-scoring substitutes--Menhart, [ Harris and Mclntyre. j Scoring by quarters: Â· | Caseys 10 8 15 4--37 | Kaufman 2 3 10 18--36 Referee--Robba. Saturday, March 11 Final Games. Class B 7:30 P. M.--Winner Washington Township-Derry Borough vs. winner Rostraver-West Newton. Class A 8:45 P. M.--Winner Monessen- Mount Pleasant vs. winner Greensburg-Norwin. Cliff Dickson New President Cage Officials Clilford G. Dickson of Belle Vernon has been elected president of the Yough Valley Local Board, National Approved Basketball Officials, succeeding John J. Harper of Connelis- ville. Guy P. Cloffey of Washington, Pa., was chosen vice-president to succeed J. Brady Marble, also of Washington, while A. R. (Red) Barr of Connellsville was continued for another term as secretary-treasurer. Plans have been formulated for the board's annual banquet in M#n- ongahela Hotel at Brownsville at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday evening, March 15. Speakers at the dinner will be Max E. Hannum, basketball coach at Carnegie Tech, and David Fawcett, also of Pittsburgh, a lawyer and court official who is executive secretary of the West Penn District Board. Shamrocks Capture Pittsburgh Tourney Basketball Battle Cbnnellsville was formally chosen Monday night as the site of the first annual track and field relay carnival of the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League Saturday afternoon, April 29. The league's track and field committee, composed of Chairman C. E. Glass of Dormont, George Woodman of Clairton and Joseph A. Lerew of Connellsville, met in Pittsburgh and discussed the program at length, deciding to hold the relays in Coker Stadium in Connellsville. It had been predicted--first in these columns--that the relays would be conducted here. Details for the competition will be developed at a later meeting, Mr. Lerew said. It is planned, however, to have the program get under way at 12:30 o'clock with preliminaries in sonie of the .track events and the field events while the meet proper swings into action at 1:30 o'clock. City Pitt Club G. F. Pis. Evans, f ; 5 1 11 Randolph, t ._ .....4 0 8 Byrne, c _. 4. 0 8 Morgan,' g ...2 2 6 Conlin, g 3 1 7 Hartman, f 2 1 5 Evans, g 1 0 2 Totals 21 5 47 Non-scoring substitutes -- King, Harris, Collison. Troop 7 G. F. Pts. Feniello, f 8 0 Baldwin, t -- 0 1 Siesky, c 13 3 Peris, g _ .., ....0 1 Robin, g _.". ._ 3 0 Pittsburgh Girts Defeat Local Club Of West Penn Stars The return bowling match of the West Penn Girls League between Connellsville and Pittsburgh was held In Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh winning by a total of 195 pins. How- over, in the previous match at the Manhattan alleys, Connellsville won ] by 289 pins. The roll-oK between the two teams will be held in the very near future at Greensburg. The Scores: Pittsburgh: ... 135 ... 96 ... 149 ... 94 .._ 100 .. 87 Connellsville Recreation. Center Shamrocks defeated the First United Presbyterian Church girls basketball team at the North Side Community House, Pittsburgh, Monday night 30 to 15. The game was a first round contest in the Allegheny Mountain Association A. A. U. girls junior basketball tournament. After an .even first quarter the Shamrocks accustomed themselves to playing girlj ruless and gradually pulled away from their opponents concluding the gome with a brilliant fourth period that swept their opposition before them. "Edc" Tulley.was the high scoring star of the game with 18 points' to her credit while -Captain "Izzy" Motzger played a brilliant 'defensive' garne. Stansbury and Mandera featured for the Pittsburghers. ' , The Shamrocks' next appearance in the tourney will be Thursday night at 7 o'clock when they will meet the Goodwill team of Pittsburgh. The line-ups: Shamrocks Primus, f .... Clark, f ..... Tulley, c ... Metzger, g . Seese, g Scott, g-f Robinson I Ley -! Young Â·_.. j Lowther I Thomas Â· Howells JDerdn Ill Smith ... 90 Koch 100 Bruce '.. 120 Totals ..._ 24 5 Non-scoring substitute--Siefl. Score by quarters: Y Council 16 5 14 12--47 Troop 7 9 25 11 7--53 Referee--Boyce. Umpire--Filburn, could keep away from the other. The only real spurt was in the forepart ol the third round when Kopack cut loose with a flurry that was short lived. 117 109 122 86 98 110 110 94 129 90 131 110 109 98 71 122 105 95 106 112 386 315 380 278 269 319 326 279 335 322 Hope that Dr. John Bain (Jock) Su' 'Hand can be prevailed upon to reconsider his resignation as head football coach at the University of Pittsburgh was expressed by the Connellsville Pitt Club in a letter to Dr. John G. Bowman, chancellor of the university, in which it expressed its regrets over recent developments. The communication, signed by Harold A 1 . Swank as club secreary, follows: "The Connellsville Pitt Cluo deeply regrets the resignation of Doctor Sutherland as head football coach of the University of Pittsburg. "We have always considered Doctor Sutherland as one of the finest and fairest coaches in the game. We see n him P man who possesses the ability to inspire youth, to develop eaders. to make fine sportsmen, and :o lay the groundwork for the building of strong character. "Doctor Sutherland is so much a part of Western Pennsylvania, is so much a part of the University of Pittsburgh, that it is difficult to conceive that he can be adequately replaced. We sincerely hope that he can be prevailed upon to reconsider his decision. The university, the Tri-State Area, and the game must have Doctor Sutherland remain at ittsburgh." ..' . Totals Non-scoring Bogusky. U. P. Church Stansbury, f . Phillip!, f .. Mandera, c ... Martin, g .... Wieman, g ... Agnew, g .., TallcbleE, f Timmins, c .....17 2 36 substitutes--Fronek, F. Pts. 0 6 Totals 7 1 15 Non-scoring substitutes--Hewitt. Score by quarters: Shamrocks 6 11 4 15--36 U . P . Church 4 2 5 4--15 Referee--Snodgrass. . Umpire--Timberly. SOMERSET COUNTY CI/CASS A BASKETBALL LEAGUE Final Standing of Clubs. W... L. Somerset ... . 11 Boswell , Meyersdale Conemaugh Twp. Windber Shade Twp Berlin ~. .... 4 :... 0 1 2 6 5 6 8 10 Pts. .917 .833 .400 .583 .250 .333 0.00 Totals -- 998 1028 9.85 3.011 Comets Beat Juniors. After a nip and tuck first half the I. C. Comets quintet made a consisl- ent attack in the second half to overcome a lead and defeat the I. C. Juniors five by a 39-26 score. Groups Desiring to Use Christian Church Gym Book Through Joe Anslc, Jr. Phone 503 ~ Basketball, Indoor Tennis, Ping Pong, Shuffle Board and Volleyball Whitsett Center Topples Jamison The Whitsett Recreation Center basketball team defeated the Jamison Jam-Cats.at the Whitsett Community Center, 43 to 28. B. Kerston for the winners, and J. Tlmko for Jamison were the stars. . r Â· - Â· I n - an- exciting preliminary the Whitsett Juniors, defeated, the Perryopolis 'Juniors 33 to 31. Lasko and Johnson featured for Whitsett while Chaw starred for the losers. The line-ups: Whilselt o. F. Pts. Col.'and, f .. 1 3 5 T . Dczolt, f 1 0 2 B. Kerston, c- _. 9 o ' 18 D . Vargo, g ;._ 1 3 5 S . Dezolt, g 1 - 2 4 B. Vargo, f i i 3 Lukacs, g 1 0 2 E . Kerston, g 2 0 4 Totals 17 ' Â· 9 Â· 43 Non-scoring substitutes--Sullivan. Jamison Diviligio, t J. Timko, f Chuboy, c .-: -- 'ordas, g . P. Timko, g G. Timko, g G. ...... 1 . 5 . 2 0 _,, 0 ....-_ 1 F; Pts. 3 14 5 0 ' 3 3 Totals Â·.... 9 1 0 - 2 8 Non-scoring substitutes--Somber, Logcdia. Referee--Husky. ' A Home Product Ask for It By Name 05 SALE EVERYWHERE I/isten to Our Daily "SPORTS PARADE" at 5:30 P. 31. Over WHIBS TJnlontcwn.