The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 10, 1939 · Page 13
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 10, 1939
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FRIDAY, 1TARCH 10, 193H. TITO DATT.T COURIER. nnNTJRTJ^SVTLiTjB. PA. PAGE THIRTEEN: 1 Cckers Make Big Gain Brownsville Five Wins By One Point in Hot County Meet Tilt. PERRY SPILLS BELLE VERNON CHURCH DARTBALL LEAGUE NOTES The Baptists went into first place of the Church Dartball League when they took two games from Andrew : Phillip of M, E. Church, thereby putting the latter into second place. Evangelicals lost considerable ground when they lost three to Trinity Lutherans. United Brethren can go into a second place tie if they take three from First Methodist Episcopal whereas three wins for the First M. E. will still keep it in the running. Shamrocks Take Second Tourney Tilf ConneHsville Recreation Center Shamrocks defeated the Goodwill Industries girls at North Side Community House, Pittsburgh, Thursday night, 3B to 2'2. The victory was the I second ior the center coleens in the Allegheny Mountain Association, A. A. U., junior girls biiskctball tuurna- mcnt and qualified them Tor the quarter final round. Tonight they meet another Pittsburgh team, the powerful Hillloppers. Thursday night's game was close the fivst half but in the last two quarters Tullcy, Scott and Primus found the range of [he baskets to pile up a comfortable lead. Kayo Sails ConnelisviUe was eliminated by Brownsville, 40 to 3D, in a red hot Class A basketball game in the annual undergraduate tournament at South Union Township High gym Thursday night. In other games Uniontown tripped German Township, 45 to 16; Washington Township spilled Fayette City, 34 to 23, and Ferry Township won i German Lutherans, claim that they I Tulles', c over Belle Vcrnon, 37 to 2B. are not to be counted out. Seese, g "Izzy" Metzger played sparkling defensive game. The summary: Shamrocks G. Primus, i 3 Captain another Christians, by taking two from the Scott, t 3 Flay resumes tonight with Georges meeting Point Marion, Perry Town- The results of the games: Baptists Trinity 8 Evangelicals ..._ 1 ship taking on South Union and I Andrew Phillip Township opposing Redstone Township. The Coker-Vilting battle was a lulu with the losers making a great drive in the final period in a lutile effort to overtake the Brownies. The Orange and Black was behind, 34-29, at a stage in the last quarter but 1 17 . 4 8 3 5 1 Metzger, g · Herd, g . . . Goguskv, f . Clark, f Fronek, g came through with four shots from mind-floor and trailed, 3B-37. Unsteadiness from the free line cost the local quintet a chance to break into a deadlock if not a victory, three trials being missed. The summaries: CLASS A Brownsville G. Gallagher, £ - 5 Taylor, f . Button, c Sokol, s · Colburn, g Kreuter, g Vocano, g Totals . Connellsvillc W. Jones, I.. McMullen, I Class, c Lewis, g Mansberger, g .... McCoy, g -.Furtney, . 0 8 2 - - 0 1 0 . 18 G. 4 0 3 1 .... 2 ._ 3 Pis. 12 1 21 4 0 F. ..... 4 T. Jones, t -. 0 Totals .- -.17 Score by innings: : Brownsville 11 11 40 Piss. 8 1 8 3 4 0 0 0 9 9--40 Connellsvillc 8 8 11 12--3D Referees--Lape, Zoretic. Uniontown G. Loomis, t -- - 4 Collier, £ 1 Minor, c 3 Barlob, g 3 Jordan, g 0 J^enzc g ............ 1 JRenninger, g 5 D'Epirc, t 1 Caton, f 3 F. 1 0 1 1 0 0 U 0 0 Pts. 9 New Stanton Wins Flag. New Stanton defeated North Irwin, 25 to.IB, to win the Westmoreland cpunty ' junior high basketball championship for 1939. The win- "nels captured the toga in Section 2 and the losers were tops in Section 1. Totals German Oravetz, f Dulick, f .-.. Klinger, c _.. Lewis, g Kelechick, g Boscovitch, c Sichko, f Eaker, g , 21 G. 0 1 0 o ... i ... 0 ... 2 ... 0 3 45 F. Pts. '0 0 8 18 Totals ..... - .............................. Score by periods: Uniontown ............. 7 14 18 6 -- 45 German .............. 2 3 ' 5 6--16 Referees -- Lape and Zoretic. CLASS B Washington Township G. Cruzan, 1 .............................. ...... 2 A. Koslasky, £ ........... .......... 1 Ostavich, c ...... ............. ........... 2 J. Wozniak, g ......... -------- 1 Yates, g ............... __________________ 5 Trenk, f ........... - ....... ___________ ..... 1 Coates, f ......... _________ ...... .... 0 W. Wozni.k, c _____________ ..... 0 Eland, g ..................... ________ ..... 0 N. Koslasky, g .......... - ........ . 0 F. Pts. 1 5 0 2 3 7 2 4 12 Totals Fayettc City McKinley, f Layton, f Russell, c J. McCrory, g Liviskie, g Applegate, £ Shimko, £ Apfar, f - .... T. McCrory, g Pivarnick, g ...12 G. 0 .... 0 10 34 F. Pts, 1 1 2 2 5 5 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 ·0 0 Totals 9 Score by periods: Fayette City 4 5 10 4--23 Washington Twp 5 10 14 5--34 Referees--Lape, Zoretic. Belle Veraon G. P. Pts. Tesi, f 1 0 2 Grant, f 5 1 11 Ferguson, c . 2 Dawson 0 Rasilc, s 0 Frederick, £ ,,. 0 Greco, g ,,. 0 N. Oliver, £ _. 3 J. Oliver, f 0 O'Leary, I 0 Totals _. Terry Buttcrmorc, f ... Frency. I -... Halvonik, c Marshall, g Rumancik, g -. Sutayk, g - Lowther, £ Palonder, f -.. Baluch, s Campbell, g Totals Score by periods: Belle Vernon I l l Perry Township 11 1~ Referees-- Lape, Zoretic. P. 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 o Christian 7 14 German Lutheran 5 4 German Lutheran 6 Greenwood First M. E 4 6 United Brethren - 2 18 West Penn Girls Defeat Latrobe i Totals Good\v!!l Crick, f .. _ Adnnski, f Flnnigan, c _ . Shop, g _.. Usiak. g .. Cieschska, 8 0 0 ... U 1 1 . 0 ..10 G. ... 3 _ 5 I'ts. 6 r, 17 0 0 0 3 36 I'tss. G 10 6 0 0 0 Totals Score by quarters: Shamrocks Goodwill Referee--Kiblinger. 10 10 12--3U 7 6 3--22 Frick Vet Given Medal. Connellsville's West Penn girl Carl Wusnack ot Brownflclri has bowlers defeated an independent been presented with a silver medal Latrobc lassie duckpin outfit on the ! in recognition o.' 25 years of services Manhattan alleys by a score o£ 2,034 j with H. C. Frick Coke Company, the to 2,001. . j award being made by General Sup- Keslar of ConnelisviUe rolled high ! crintendcnt W. C. Koorl. score for one game with 152 while Kennedy of Latrobe turned Kayo Morgan, bantamweight of Dc- troir, is pictured as he sailed from Nevr York for San Juan, home town of champion Sixto Escobar, whom he will meet in a 15-round title bout. Boswell Noses Out Somerset in Hectic Contest Boswell defeated Somerset, 21 to 20, Thurfday night at Davidsvllle in the District 5, P. !. A. A., basketball eliminations. Boswell had Finished as runner-up to Somerset in the Somerset County Class A League series, each school having taken n tilt in tile two meetings. Boswell replaces Wir.dbcr as the county's entry in the series. Sam Anffott Suspended. Saminy Angott of "Washington was suspended by the State Athletic Commission until lie agrees to meet Joey Ferrando of New York, the action coming afUfr his announcement he couldn't go through with a scheduled fight in Pittsburgh with the New Yorker. three-game total high of 408. To Relieve Gchrlg. The Yar.kess are preparing for the flay Lou Gthrig, "iron man" first sacker who has been in 2,123 consecutive games, has to give up the berth. Manager Joe McCarthy has been using Outfielder Tommy Henrich to spell Gehrig. Charlerp.l ,Levy Fixed. Charleroi council fixed its tax levy for 1839 at 20 .mills.and a $2 occupational tax, 729.87. Its budget totals $122,- Evcrett Topples Bedford. Everett toppled Bedford, 19 to 17, to become the championship quintet of the Tussey Mountain League in District 5, P. 1. A. A. Bees to Operate Farm. Boston Bees of the National League will operate a farm baseball team at Bradford if the proposed New York-Pennsylvania-Canadian Class D circuit goes through. Mcdwick Wants 820,000. Sam Breadon, president of St. Louis Cardinals, revealed Joe Medwick, slugging outfielder, had turned down his final ofTer of $17,500 as he continues to demand $20,000. Decline Tale Offer. Ben Ogden, Yale track coach, disclosed he had declined an offer to coach Yale cindermen and train the Eli footballers. 0 THAT:-THE NEW T2EK BUILT L e t u s p u t a tiet o f Firestone Champions on your car. After two days, you will agree they are the safest tires ever built. The unique Gear-Grip Tread has more than 3,000 sharp, edged angles which grip the Toad with a sure-footed hold to protect against skidding and assure a safe stop. Come in and demonstrate the superiority of Firestone Champion Tires on your o\vn car. 4 2G F. Pts. 1 1 3 ) 0 0 i 3 0 11 | D ; 8 3 0 - i "1 0 / \| l THE ONLY . . . TIRES MADE WITH THE NEW SAFETY-Z.OCK CORD BODY AND THE NEW GEAR-GRIP TREAD " l f , fi?M* fi* Kicked Croat,, Me,,*,,, S t, MOK/J, ci-eniasi octr Xaior.widt AT. B.C. Rc Seahiscuit Retired. Scybiscuit was retired lo stud, just $36,000 shy of the all-time money record, w K ile Trainer Tom Smith whistled past the knowledge that they don't come back and bravely talked of winning '.he 5100,000 Santa Anita handicap next year. The retirement is to be only temporary. Grays Score 84 Points In Taking Game Basketball games played in the Senior League of the Y. M. C. A. found the Blue Devils winning a 28-25 decision over The Courier A quintet and the Gray Y walloping the Streamliners 84-11. In the Junior circuit the Night Hawks bumped off the Indians 21-1.1 and the pioneers dropped the Courier B team by a 31-21 count. The staudins of the ciubs: SENIOR LEAGUE Mount Pleasant Girls Win Match The Mount Pleasant girls duckpin team-defeated the Renze Cigar girls by a. margin of flO pins at the West Penn alleys Wednesday night. R. Saponara was high for the local bowlers with n score of 303 while W Gray Y 2 I. C. Frosh - 2 Blue Devils - 1 Streamliners 0 Courier A 0 L 0 0 0 Pet. 1.000 1.000 .500 .000 .000 .IUNIOK LEAGUE W Y Pioneers ..... Courier B .... Night Hawks Y Indians L Pet. ,. 2 0 1.000 ,.\ i .sou I 1 .500 .. 0 2 .000 State College Will Be Site of Meet Saturday; Two Schools Under Ban Junior Finals Saturday. Charleroi Junior High, champions of Section 1, and Bentleyville, Section 4 winner, will play at a o'clock Saturday night in Charleroi High School for the W. P. I. A. L. basketball title. Kluslca of the visitors had the best three-game total with 364. She was also high for one game with HS. Across From I ' a n i m o u n t Thr-alre pounds BEEF, PORK VEAL Ground for loaf 3 Ibs. 50c Fresh PORK SIDE 22c Ib. SMOKED SQUARES 15c Ib. Boneless Kolled Rib Roost, Rump Roast 3 Ibs. 69c Cage Tourney Saturday. Somerset county's annual grade school basketball tournament will be staged Saturday a'. Somerset High Continued from Page Twelve. Boyle. 100-yard free style--Blacka. 180-yard medley relay--BlacKa, Colborn and Jack Folcy. 160-yard medley relay--Frazicr, Cross, KefTer and Laugherty. Earlier '.his M'eek the star swimmers of Allentown and Erie Arad- cmy High schools were ruled out ot the meet for violating the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association regulations b^ competing against non-PIAA member teams. Allentown, until last year supreme in State swimming circles, broke the rules when members of its club participated in a meet with Fnmklin . Marshall College freshmen. One of the Erie Academy swimmers entered :m open meet in Pittsburgh against Y. M. C, A. and other teams "not oti the approved P. T. A. A. list." The rule which the association found the two schools violated follows: "Any member of a high school team who participates in an athletic contest as a member oE any other similar team during the same season, which season shall include vacations, holidays ar.d periods of suspensions, shall be ineligible to compete in that sport for remainder of that senson." I Personally Recommend These Good Used Automobiles Because- The four cars listed below were delivered to iis direct from tlio factory on transport trucks arid sold to regtr- lav customers of ours--We have servced, oiled and greased them in our own service department for the original owner since delivery. Recently we have trailed them in on 1939 models of Chrysler and Plymouth from their original owners and offer them to you as choice used cars. 1 know they are in first class condition and I offer them to you with a guarantee that I am. personally back of. 1936 Plymouth Sedan with Trunk and Heater. $123 Down; $4 Weclt. 1937 Chrysler Sedan with trunk, Radio ft heater. Overdrive. $225 .Down: $7.50 1936 Chrysler Sedan with trunk, Radio heater and overdrive. $170 Dmvn; (£ $6 .Week. $ 1936 Plymouth 2-D. Sedan with trunk, Radio and heater. Dual equipment. $123 Down; ' $-1 Week. The Above Are Wonderful Cars in the pink of condition, We also have 25 others for you to choose from Priced from $-15 and up. Coupes, 2-Doors and 4-Door Sedans. r 37 7--26 j 5--37! AUTO SUPPLY AND SERVICE STORES 122 West Apple Street Phone 21 See the nciv lOSil Chrysler Royal -1-Door Sedan nt only-i Delivered in ConnellsviJIe. Sec Hie Now 19S!) P l y m o u t h Coupe Delivered in Connellsville See (lie 1939 Chrysler Royal Windsor now on display at showroom. The most beautlful'car Chrysler ever built. Only ,$65 higher than the regular Delivered i n . Royal. ConneUbville. SAUSAGE 5Oc LONGHQRN CHEESE ib. 19c COTTAGE CHEESE TVJiippcd Cream lOc Box Rib Boiling Meat 2 Ibs. 23c Sliced Ham 2 Slices 35c Far months our buyers nave scoured the choicest worsted mills in America buying hundreds of thousands of yards for cosh of the most up-to-date patterns, rrtDst of them made up especially for us by our own designers. For months our designers worked day and night developing the latest models portraying the nawast trends of London and Broadway. 1OO% ALL WOOL For months our own factories have been humming -- two shifts a dqy, feverishly turning out'these'masterfully tailored worsted suits to give you an amazing selection to pick from-- ALL ONE PRBCE Blue Greens Huddersfields Chalk Stripes Candy Stripes Hard Wotsteds English Drapes Double Breasted: .Single Breasteds Short Stouts Long Stouts Stylish Stouts Snappy Shorts Sporty Longs ALTERATIONS FREE Just take 30 minutes of your tfme and compare these selected values. You'll be amazed what $ 15 can buy at O.P.O.--Be assured it will be well worth your time. Avail yourself of our LAY A W A Y PLAN T I M E T O C H A N G E NOW! ALL-WOOL WELL TAILORED L A T E S T S T Y L E S 37 W. M A I N ST., UXIONTOWN, PA.

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