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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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Second Part Pages 9 to 16 28, NO. 98. CONNELLSVILLE. PA., THURSDAY EVMNING, MARCH 6, 1930. SIXTEEN PAGES. Basketball THE SPORTING WORLD By JAMES M. DRISC01JU. Basketball KEAGY CORNER WINS FIRST TITLE SERIES , i Great Comeback of Casey Club Lacks Just One Goal to Turn Tide of Battle; Score 16-15 Houth Siders Bun Away in First Tfi-o Periods; Then Contest Tightens Up. GOOD CROWD IS PRESENT The ftnt leg of the city baeketball title waa annexed by the Keagy Corner basketball team In tho opening of a series with the Casej Chib at the State Armory last night when Fkrto made the deckling point by registering a foul goal with less than 20 seconds of play remaining. The re- eult was 1R-15. The two local quintets battled before the best crowd of the season and traveled at a terrific pace--in fact, too fast to plaj- the beet game either of them ie eapufcle of showing. Over-anxiousnwe was apparent In every period, w ith each club missing numerous "dead" shots under the basket. On the other hand the spectators would be electrified by eome brilliant effort which would either register or come "eo cloeo." LaRue was again promiuent in the Keagy Corner scoring, coming ·through juet when the points would be needed. Several times his shote (sent the ball rolling around and around the hoop, only to have it fall j away, and in those few eeconde the j rooters sat breithless. Guynn'e presence was effective, especially in breaking up the Casey offensive He wne always there to take the ball after a Casey shot and start a Corner attack. Both teams were keyed up to an intense- pitch which communicated itself to the crowd and the Armory wae a bedlam of cheers. Too many substitutions seemed to ·vvoak^n first one and then tio other quintet, the new fac-o'entering the contest about the time either combination got to working right. Phillips broko the Ice for the Caspys and then Immediately missed a foul effort. McCle.iry aleo failed at the free line and Floto registered hie *" becond freo lino shot after blowing the first. Both King and Shilling passed up easy shots under the hoop ami then the littler fell short when he tried from the foul line. Guynn'e *hot hit tho inside rim on the basket and the ball wont high into the air. It came down straight, plunking through the net. Phillips score-1 again, taking the , ball from a pass out of bounds and Floto registered from the foul lino. LaRue boosted one backwards ovor his head as. hr passed under the basket and scored Tho quarter closed. In the second period the Keagy outfit literally ran away from the Caseya. The Irifeh quintet was outfought and outplayed in every department. It| was impossible to penetrate tho South j Side defense and long shots went wild. I At the close of the second quarter the score was 12-5, -with the Caseye trailing, an! everyone conced-el the challengers would romp homo to a win. Opening the eeoonrl half, however, the Ca«/eyi found themselves anl the tables were turned. The Keagys were completely stopped. The club couldn't even get the ball in from the free line and meantime the Irish organization was creeping close. The score of 12-5 woe steadily evened up Lafayette's Ace and Next Year's Captain Sergeant, 145-poand wrestling ace of Lafayette College. Easton, Pa., has been undefeated this aeason mad has scored vio- 'toriei against formidable oppon- 'enta from Yale. Lahiffh and ilatf- ers. He will be Lafayette'* flrrt entry in the intercollegiate wrest- i ling championships and has been, elected captain of next year 1 * ·ity wreauiiic team. _ _ until, at the end of the period, it was 12-11. The Corner club had not added a single counter. The fourth quarter opened with Bergln scoring from the free line. It waa the first point th« Keagys had annexed in the la't half. Phillips brought down the house when he tipped the ball through the net from a toss-up and tied the score. LaRue dashed up the center of the floor, took the Up from a toss-up ami turned it into a goal putting the Keagys in front, 11-13, Palovchalk immediately scored .tgain from a pas« out of bounds and the count wa« tied, 15-15. Strublo miseed an effort from the free line. Then Flolo dribbled up the middle of the floor and was stopped by a trio of Caeey defenders, who bore him to the lloor. Ho was given two free ehote. At the first attempt the ball bounced away l'iom the hoop and on the second it ts-cnt through. A short scrimmage attor the toss-up at center and the cont st was ended. The next game v 111 take place a week from Friday. The line-up: Corner--16. East Huntingdon Township High Begins Field, Track Practices; First Dual Meet Friday, April 25 Mount Pleasant to Compete at A Iyer-ton on Saturday Afternoon, May 3. dOKER, DUNBAR DATES PENDING ALVBRTON. Mkreh 6--Twenty-fire candidates for the field and track team of the Eawt Huntingdon Township High School yesterday afternoon Inaugurated the practice- sessions, taking advantage of the beautiful weather to turn in a grtiff workout. Among those who reported to Coach J. Owen Huntsman were three tetter- men of last eeason--Captain Shaeffer, Andrteh and Ford--who made very creditable ehowing in spirited coa- teste throughout the 1929 campaign. Coach Huntsman hopes to have lite boys down to strenuous work In the very uoar future ae a number of dual meets will appear on the calendar for the Ited and Black athlete who in all probability "will participle in some event* conducted in collegiate stadiums. Thie program is expected to precede the annual field and track nwet of Westmoreland county, the date of which is to be selected when the scholastic - ra e n t o r a assemble at Greenaburg on Friday. March 14, to work out all details. The Alve/rton boys are certain to take part in four dual meets and the dates for two of these have already been selected. Trafford High will appear at the local field on Friday afternoon, April 25, while Mount Pleasant co-T)e« here on Saturday afternoon, May 3, for another competition. The dates of the annual events with Oonnellsville and Dunbar Township will be made known latter. With the basketball schedule nearing a cloe, attention is being diverted by more athletes to the outdoor activity. The floor play is expected to terminate on Friday evening, March 14, when Derry Township cornea to Baot Huntingdon. On Friday, March 7, Alverton treks to North Union Townehip to oppose toe champions of Section XIII, W. P. I. A. League While a return game with Gonnellsville for the local court Is pending, It is hoped to continue this battle until next campaign. MANDELL B EATEN, KEEPS TITLE Sammy Mandell, world's lightweight boxing champion, snapped on the floor, bat not from a punch, palling himself up in the ten-round fight with Jimmy McLai iin, which the latter won at the Chicago Btadium. Hi txtett'a title was not at stake. DUNBAR QUINTE1 MEETS MONESS-N OUTFIT TONIGHT LaRuG Fioto Guynn King Berg in _ F _ _ F - C .._ G .._ G Caseys--is. Shilling 1-erenchula Phillips -- Palovchalk _ Declimentl 2, LaUue 2, UNUSUAL FEATS OF STRENGTH SUNDAY . AT EVERSON HALL Field goals--Guy nil J'hilllpe 3, Palovchalk 2. Foul goals--Keagjs, S out of 17; Caseye, 5 out of 17. Referee--Rhodes, Allegheny. Charey Hyatt, Pitt d scoring ace, id striving to reach th 300-point mark. He now has 118 field goals and 28 shots from the free line- for a total of 264 points. U»e Ctas.sifKH) Ads. Cost is small. Results aire big. Letters for Miami Beach Team Among th« many notables basking in the sunshine at Palm Beach is Knute Rockne, football mentor of Notre Dame. Picture shows the head coa'h of the fihting "Irish" presenting 1 football letters to member* ol the Miami Beach grid squad. Unusual feate of strength w i l l be prosentod at the new Polish-American Club at Evereon on Sunday evening, March *), at 7 o'clock, wl'en Mr. and Mrs. Waldylaw Maksymiak of Warsaw, Poland, stage a two-hour exhibition. The affair Is being staged under the ausplcee of the Polish American Club Association Makeymiak la a former wrestler and boxer while his wife is reputed to be one of the strongest women of tho world They have traveled in vaudo ville over most of the United Stat«. Their performance will include,' bending iron bars and spikes, holdiiag', four persona from the audience on! one arm, lifting a platform of»20 per-j cons, hammering large nails into thick planks with bare flate and other) striking demonetrations. I The couple challenge, amateurs to participate with them in a weig-ht lifting contest. Large Delegation Will Accompany Leisenring Chami ions To Pitt Stadium. MON CLUB IS VERY STRONG Smithton SMFTHTON, March 6.--tMr. and Mrs. lidwanl Malone and daughter, Bettj, of MeK'eport were guests at tho home ot Mr. Malone's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Malone Sunday. Mr. aud Mrs. George Cooper ol Perryopolis were guests at the home oC relatives of this place Sunday. Meyer Morris of Greensburg was a visitor here Sunday. Use our "want" advertisement James Watkins of Monesisen spent Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K Watkins. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wolf have returned to their home here after spending a few weeks visiting at the home of tlMir son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Met Daniel B. Helm of Washington, D C. Misb Clara Hopp was a recent Moneaseu visitor. Roben Smith was a. Scottdale call- ei Mouday. Francis Douglas was n Mononga- l'"la. caller Monday Ray Uelm of Greerxshurg was a usitor here Sunday, second annual pilgrin the Dunbar Township High basketball quintet to PHt S Pittsburg, to participate in thi ern Pennsylvania lutericholas' letic Jjoague elimination toun begins at 5:30 o'clock when a train tarrying approximately 4 will leave the West Bide, Ci villo, depot en route to Hoi whoro the iviolprs will board street care L\ making their the spacious pavilion. Dunbar battles Monessen, pions of Section V, and in ord followers may get ail idea formidable aggregation the R Black on counters, we quote known coach, an carport him the game of basketball, who "The team that beats Moneys- win the league pennant " Unquestionably D. T will "underdogs" but it does not me the towtwhippers do not have chance of coming through \ trhimph. The dope WHB epill other night at tho Stadium wh Kensington spilled McKees Another big upeet Ie possible i Red and Black followeis aro for one. Coach Bruce M Shearer to boys to Pitteburg early eo thf will have plenty of itmo to res that they will be in excellent tion for the clash which.. Is sol for 8 o'clock sharp. ige ot School aditun, W«it- ic Ath- ament, special 0 fans nnellB- icstead special vay to cham- ·r that t the ·d and 1 well *lf at said: n will ie the in that i good ith a d the n New Rocks, nd the 'loping k the t they up BO condi- eduled West Newton Girls Play Coker Lassies Here This Evening The Connellavtlle High School girls' basketball team will play at home tonight, meeting the West Newton girls In a headline attraction. The lassies will open their engagement at 8:16 o'clock and many followers of the squad aro expected to be on hand. West Newton always makes the game an Interesting contest here and the Cokers are expected to put up stiff resistance to the down-river aggregation. There will be a preliminary clash at 7:30 o'clock. Buicks Meet St Vincent College Passers Tonight; Large Crowd Is Expected -® Courier to Publish Regulations, Rules of Legion Diamond Loop Church Is Now Used Wash Parlor KINSTON. N. C , March 6. "Virginia Wash Parlor ' here church before if becamo a laui The Rev. Tom Miller, whc pastor of the church, is genera ager of the laundry Hh eoi tion of South Kinston negro called that cleanliness is n godliness when authorities, fault with some of the practi the flock, hailed its leaders bef( lice court. Then they starte "Wash Parlor" which is doing cessful business. The Rev, Miller asserts his era, erstwhile parishioners, n their religion when they remov altar and installed tubs and i boards. - The wae a dry- wan man- trrega- ·* re- axt to inriing 16B Of re poi the i suc- help- tained ;d the oning They're having u lot o! diflicu ty out in Paso Robles, Oal., wher - 'ho Pirates are in training tor the baseball season. ' Sunnv" C'allforn a has been keeping ( h o athletes ji active with its consistent rain Ens taged a short drill in the drizzla. uo CHRISTIAN BEARCATS DEFEAT HOWITZERS The Christian Bearcats defeated tho Howitzer Company Tuesday night at the Chrtetian gym, 21-13. The game during the ilrst half waa evenly fought the sc",re being D-9. In the second half the Bearcats came back wtlh renewed spirit and with G-eorge Mosholder leading the scoring, piled up the winning count. The lin*-up Bearcats---21. Howitzer Co.--18. -- Jaros Vaughn Sielors . Lucky .... Scott D, Trump F.,..^ Geo Mosholder -. JiV .., S. Mosholder C G. Trump ,-.--.- .... GTM~, Wiitt. . x Substitution--'McGami for S. Mosholder, S. Mosholder for D Trump, Cypher for Witt, Witt for McG-ann, McGann for G Mosholder, Kesler foiv Jams, Jaros for Kesler, Gaskll! for Scott, Scott foi Gaskill. Field goals--D. Trump, G. Mosholder 6, S. Mosholder 3, Jaros 2, Vaughn 2, Sielors, Lucky. Fouls--Christian, 1 out 2; Howitzer, 1 out of -1. R«fe ree--St ruble. Three Missing jn Fire. ELDORADO, Ark., March 6.--Fire late las) night levelled two blocks of business structures here One- man was injured, probably fatally. Three others are missing. All were em- ployes of a garage wherein a blast started the fire. Obituary Notice. LONDON, March 0.--"The hijfhest title in the aristocracy of heaven was, servant," said an obituary notice of the death of .Elizabeth Reilly, for 51 years the most dearly-loved friend and servant in the family of the late Hon. Marcus and Mrs. Caulfleld, 70 Arrested in Demonstration. PHILADELPHIA, March 6.--Police late last night arrested 50 men and 20 women who were conducting a "peaceful demonstration" near a hosiery mill, which is said to be working on a non-union basis as a result of a strike .Take Ruppert, owner of the N*ew York Yankees, and Babe Ruth, his great slugging star, are to hold a conference on the latter's salary f oday, U is In view of the fact that Milton I* Bishop Post of the American Legion will operate a Junior American Legion BasebaQ League in ConnellsvUle this summor, The Courier will present in serial form rulee and regulations and other information of Interest pertaining to tho 1930 competitions. Thi« information is made possible through the Junior Baseball Handbook of the American Legion, a copy of which can be received from the national headquarters at Indlanapoli,, Ind., by merely mailing a request. The firet of theee will appear in thene columns tomorrow afternoon. Dan Sowers, national director of the Americanism commission, makes the following statement n connection with the diamond program: "The American Legvon's junior baseball program Is a nationally- organized Amerieaniom activity. It6 purpose is to teach the boye of the country to be better Americans through the lessons whic 1 ! the playing of the great American tam« affords. In 1928 more than 122,00 boys were brought onto the Diamonds and given the opportunity to ftlay b. is e ball In the nation-wide competition. The year 192D saw approximately 300,000 boys participating 1 in the program and ha« s«t a high standard for subsequent yers. "Co5peratlng with th* American Legion in the program are the National and American leagues of. professional baseball. From these two leagues comes the flnan :ial support which makes possible tl e holding of the regional and sectional tournaments and the Junior world series. Splendid cooperation ha t been re- ceivsd. from minor bast ball lengtuw in the Legion baseball activities in their territories. Many organization* and indfivldnals outside of base/ball have also given their support to the movement and the Legion has In ' a way formed a rallying ground for the men who believe in bas-yball and In boys. "Tournaments to cecide ntafe championships will be h :ld in every state. Tho state champion teame will meet in 12 regional tour (laments, six in the Bast and six in the West, during August, and the regional winners in the East and West will clash iii two sectional tourneys to decide the eastern and weetern champ ons. These twojeams will be brough together in the junior world serlee, -which will be played early in Septembtr j "The members of the team winning the junior world championship will be gueets ot tho Nationa 1 and American Leagues at the big world series, attending all games. "All tournaments to decide state champions will be under ihe direction of the fitate organization of the Legion, while tho Legions National Americanlsjn Commission will have charge of tho regional and sectional tournaments and the junior world series. The cities in which the tournaments will be held will be selected on a basis of accessibility, playing grounds and accommodations for the visiting teame." Visitors Regarded Very Strong; Local Stars Are Called Out for Service. GENEVESE IS SCORING ACE SCOTTDALE, March G --Local basketball fandom is keenly mterested In the floor encounter at the State Armory txmight at 8 15 o'clock which promises to be one ot tho most hotl\ contested battles in years when the Buicks line up against the formldiablo St. Vincent College quintet. Apparently anticipating one of the hardest gamca of the season, the local management lias arranged to have all of the stars on hand and indications are that Jerry Huntsman, Red Kirkman, Johnny Marlin, Turk, Fuller, the Caffertya, Brookman, Collins and others who have been on the roeter throughout the drive will be on deck, eady for a warm struggle. The collegiate combination is very powerful aud it seems that its real strength centers around Genenrese, a graduate of the North Union Township Hig-h School, who is th© leading scorer. There will be a preliminary game, featuring two local girl teams. Ray Y. Henrys Team Wins First Tourney Clash Duquesne High School, coached by Ray Y. Henry of Connellsville, advanced into the second round of the W. P. I. A. League elimination tournament at Pitt Stadium last night by defc-atlng Swissvalo, 28 to 26, in, onn of the fastest contests thus far In tho playoff. Henry's outfit leaped Into a comfortable position during the first half and held a. five-point advantage. The Swissvale clan, however, was unable to get more than a three-point edgtj Uitrirg the final half. SCORE OF 132 TO 10 MADE IN BASKETBALL SOMERVILLE, Mass , March 6--The St Clement club of Medford defeated the Dorchester Celtics, 132 to 10, in a' basketball game here recently. The winners ue«d eight men during (ho game, none of whom caged than five goale from the door. When Yon Want Something Use the Classified Advertise-manta. Many fans at the state armory last night for the play-off ol ' tho city championship were reminded of Ui» old Frat-Casey engagements as the Keagy Corner team sailed into tho Irish for a Victory. Tho enthusiasm was there. * * * Here's good news for the golf bugb Beginning today, The Courier will print on this page several times each week articles by Roy Grove, captioned "Fiom Ten to Green," in, which he will discuss many phases of tho game interesting to its devotees Patronized those who advertise. Senators 9 Star at Biloxi, Miss. Fred "Firpo" Marberry, star hurler ot the Washington American Baseball Club. as he tossed .., few curves after his trrival. He was the 1 first player at the training camp »t Biloxi, Miss. CTntmtuuioB*! ·*·)

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