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1 J AGE EIGHT. 1'JtiOli (JUUliiliiK. SATUKUAY, MARCH 11, 1U3Â». , I Boxing Basketball DUNBAR TOWNSHIP REDSTONE SPORTORIALS Â·S./ By JOHN H. WHORIC, Sports Editor S^ WHAT'S GOING ON IN HIGH THIS MAN HORNSBY SCHOOL CIRCLES Rogers Hornsby hasn't changed one Sports writers of the Mon Valley iota in his 25 years of baseball and pooled their ballots in naming mythical dribblers in Section 4. The first team includes Henry Pennline and William Olson, "both of Charleroi, forwards; Harry Dombroski of Mones- scn, center, and- Paul Sutton of Brownsville and Mike Tonkavitch of California, guards. On the second club are Bill Barton and Tony Caterino, both of Monessen, forwards; Tom Galiffa ol Donora, center, and Robert Davis of Monongahela and Robert Fisher of Charleroi, guards . . . A Uniontown sports writer says he had an exclusive story on the W. P. I. A. L. relays coming here, contending he printed the story "three weeks ago. "He'll have to admit that lie read the'it" in this column last November ~ ise fess up it sure lakes many months for him to find out what's going on in the world of sports Conemaugh Township High of Davidsville obtained P. I. A. A. approval to sponsor a district scholastic undergraduate basketball tournament March 17, 18, 20, 21, 23 and 24. Boys who won't be eligible for the cage sport next season can't take part. The meet \vi\\ be divided into two classes . .- . Dunbar Township High's football club is to be called the Ramblers because the eleven plays all of its games away from home . . . Sorry we can't all go to State College to see the Cokers swimmers in action in the P. I. A. A, finals, V/e know the boys under Coach Ban- will give a swell account oC "themselves tomorrow . . . Basic price schedule for football officials at high school games will call for: S7.50 and expenses for Class E games, $10 and expenses for Class A and $15 and expenses for Class AA. Grid arbiters' representatives met with P.. I. A. A. officials and worked out n plan, it being contended, however, that the officials can reduce the rates in instances where schools do not have enclosed parks. as a conductor of a baseball school he's still the same gruff, lay-H-on- the-line fellow who forced Sam Breadon of St. Louis Cardinals to get rid of him after an argument over a salary. Hornsby runs the ball school in Arkansas where kids can learn the game in six weeks for S50 and in four weeks for $35. The Rajah won't kid about anything. If a boy comes to his school and doesn't look like he lias any baseball ability, Hornsby tells him so and tries to send him home. Hornsby, one of the slugging kings of the National League and for years its tops as a second baseman, doesn't drink or smoke and Ms greatest vice is betting or. horses. GOOD TROUT FISHING The best trout fishing in 20 years Leisenring Turns Heat in Cage Tourney In Listless Contest P e r r y Passers Bow to South Union in Hectic Meet Tilt. POINT MAR I ON ALSO TRIUMPHS Dunbar Township High scored a 41 to 33 victory over Redstone Township Friday evening in the Fayette county undergraduate basketball tournament at South Union Township's gymnasium, thereby moving into the Class A semi-finais next Thursday night. At the same time South Union is forecast for this year by Charles j Township took a 42 to 41 decision over A. French, Slate commissioner of perry Township in the Class B corn- Fisheries, who believes there will be i petition while Point Marion smoth- ,.... -, j..__!_,__ -" E r e ( j G Cor g CS Township, 40 to 18. Leisenring will meet Brownsville, conqueror of Conncllsville, in the record number of disciples of Izaak Walton at the State streams when the season opens next month. Every trout stream in the State has been stocked liberally and, where possible, refuge barriers have been built ir. streams to provide shelter for fish in event of high water. There- is likelihood that the streams will draw a record outpouring of fishermen in April and May as economic .-wOndirions have. given many more time to spend at streams. CHURCH DARTBALL LEAGUE NOTES Undergraduate Floor Tourney the Fayette county basketball tourna- Summory of undergraduate ment to date: Class B. Washington Township 34; Fayette City 23. Perryopolis 37; Belle Vernon 26. Point Marion 41; Georges 18. South Union 42; Perryopolis 41. Class A. Brownsville 40; Connellsville 39. Uniontown 45; German 16. Dunbar 41; Redstone 33. Games March 16. Class B. 8 P. M.--Washington Township vs. Point Marion. ; Class A. 7 P. M.--Brownsville vs. Dunbar. 9 P. M.--Uniontown vs. North Un- semi-final round, as the result of its victory over Republic. It was a listless game to begin with and Kedstonc gave the Red and Black plenty of j _ __ trouble before the quintet started to i 7:3D-Brownsvni7-Duirbar vs. Unclick on all cylinders and located the ion. Games March 17. range. Dunbar sported a two-point edge at the first half and widened this to 25-19 at the half but ran into trouble in the third frame with Republic pressing, 29-28, at the start of the final period. Dunbnr cut loose its punch and Redstone felt behind. Point Marion's veteran quintet was | too much for York Run and it was ! regarded as the favorite in the Class j B meet. i Perry Township scored only one out of six tries from the foul line The proposed schedule for Church Dartball League to complete the season .follows: Monday--German Lutherans at j while South Union tallied eight out Baptists; Evangelicals at Presbyter- : o f n ; n e in taking the hairline deci- at Andrew | s j o n over the Commodores. Perry led from the field, 20-17. While Jans; Greenwood Phillip. Tuesday--U n i t c d Brethren at BITS HERE AND THERE C. C. Slapnicka, vice-president of the Indians, declared that all trade negotiations for infield talent were oft and that his team would stand pat unless other clubs upped their offers . . . During his regime at Pitt, Jock Sutherland's teams have won 111 games, lost 20 and tied 12 for an average of :847. Never in one season did his clubs lose more than two games. The first three teams he sent to the Rose Bowl lost to Stanford and Southern California in 1928, 1930 and 1933, respectively, but his fourth defeated Washington, 21-0, in 1937 . . . Boston Bruins and New York Yankees will open the Stanley Club series in Madison Square Garden March 21 . . . Al Weill, who manages a string of fighters long enough to fly a kite, predicted that his Lou Ambers would regain the; lightweight title from Henry Amstrong this summer but he was evasive when asked about Joey Archibald's chances against Leo Kodak for the feather crown . . . For at least another year, Sun Beau will remain the greatesl money-winning thoroughbred of all time as the mighty Seabiscuit withdrew from competition as he slooc 535,864 short of epalling Sun Beau's mark of $270,744 . . . Sam Snead and Ralph Guldahl turned in a record- smashing performance to win the international four-ball championship, one of golf's severest tournament! tests, and -the'; 82,000 top prize i n 1 Florida . . . Pat Comisky, the Paterson, N. J., fighter, who has been rocking the boys to sleep, was in Boston the other night, booked to battle Marty Seaman of Cleveland but Pat wasn't a trackman so he couldn't catch up with Marty who was either scared to deatli or trying to make Pat look bad. Seaman spent all of the while in keeping out of Pat's range so the referee stopped the race and gave Pat the decision . . . Pitt's varsity baseball team will play a..14- game schedule,. opening at Georgetown April 11. Two games at Durham and. one at South Carolina will be followed by the homeopener May 5 with West Virginia . . . "There is GO miracle to my system," says Coach Frank W. Keany, whose Rhode Island State College quintet staked a claim as the highest scoring basketball team in the Nation with a total of 1,480 points in 21 games for an average of 70.47 points per game. "It's all plain,.common sense that any schoolboy who knows how to figure could sec through," he said. "Look at your statistics. The average number of shots that are made in a basketball game is from 22 to 27 per cent of the shots taken. It stands to reason that a.team that takes more shots han its opponents has a better chance of making more points." His offense is built around a fast-breaking attack with emphasis on long passes and frequent shooting. Players are trained to shoot one-handed both from a stationary position and while in motion. All five men play up the floor, abandoning any at/- tempr at defense and concentrating only on ouiscoring the opposition. Christians; Methodist Protestants at First M. E.; Evangelicals at Greenwood; Andrew Phillip at Trinity Lutherans. Thursday--Greenwood at First M. E. (if possible); Methodist Protestant at Baptists. Monday, March 20--Greenwood at Baptists (if necessary); Presbyterians at United Brethren (if necessary). Tuesday, March 21--Play-off for championship. The standing of the teams: w. L. ret. Baptists 17 10 Andrew Phillip 15 9 Christians 16 11 Trinity Lutheran 16 11 First M. E _..16 11 Evangelicals 13 11 United Brethren 13 11 Greenwood 10 14 German Lutheran 11 1G Methodist Protestant 9 18 Presbyterians - -... 5 22 .629 .625 .592 .592 .592 .542 .542 .417 .407 .333 .185 South Union took n 7-4 advantage in the first period, kept it at 22-13 nt the half and 36-25 in the third period before the Commodores began to move. With 40 seconds to go, Perry was one point behind but three shots at the hoop were to no avail. The summaries: Dunbar G. F. Pts. Sepesi, f 3 0 0 Hertzncll, f _ 3 0 6 Romanko. c .. .. 8 0 16 GmUer, g -- . 1 iontovvn-North Union. 8:30--South Union vs. Washinlgon Township-Point Tvlnrion. WEST NEWTON WINS OVER ROSTRAVER, MT. PLEASANT WHIPPED BY GREYHOUNDS Westmoreland Cage Meet Summary Summary of Westmoreland county's interscholastic basketball tournament. 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. 20; Bel 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. "Comeback' 1 at 54. TIJUANA, Mex., Mar. Rodolfo Gaona, who ruled 11.-- unchal- Kitty Gowland, of Narberth, Pa., demonstrates how breeches buoy works, at Const Guard exhibit oi Motorboat and Sportsmen's Shovr in Philadelphia. lenged as the greatest matador in the world when Jack Dempsey, Babe Ruth and Bill Tilden were schoolboys, will make a comeback here Sunday at the almost unprece- ! dented age of 54. The appearance is ] his first since retiring in 1925 and will be made for charity purposes. He will appear in two of the six bouts, against fighting bulls shipped here from Mexico City to open the Tijuana season. iabc j /- I I *Â«Â»! b h a m r o c k s Take Another Tourney Tilt Dunbar Flashes Win Over Waynesburg in Interesting Scrap Dunbar Herl defeated Pet. CITY WP.\ HORSESHOE LEAGUE Standing of the Clubs. \V. L. VvVst Sidff . 2 5 3 South Side 18 10 East Park 8 20 North End 5 23 Waynesburg quintet in an interesting fray by a score of 40 to 30. Soldano led the victors' attack scoring 17 points. The line-ups: Dunbar G Ghent, f _ 2 Soldano, i ;. ..8 Sklenar, c 8 Parker, g 0 Dunaway, g o Bogusky, g ,:..! F 1 1 0 0 0 0 Totals . 19 Waynesburjr G Taylor, f 3 Haught, f . 3 Lemley, c . 2 Alfred, g . 0 Clellano, g 3 Ingram, I . ... 2 Totals 13 Pts. 5 17 16 0 0 2 40 rts. 7 7 4 1 7 4 30 Goodman, g Nygrcn, g _. ... 1 Smidtke, f _. 2 Totals 20 Redstone G. Sarago. f -- 0 Shipley, f _... ,'i Shea, c 4 Haley, g ,. 3 McCiain, g 3 Gault, f 1 Totals 14 Score by periods: Dunbar 10 14 Redstone 8 1 1 Referee--John, Phillips. Georges G. Willson, 1 1 Verbus, f 1 S. Polink, c 0 Kozosky, g .- 0 Radvansky, g ,, -- 0 Peggi g - 3 Tracy, c ~ 2 F. Polink ..: ..._ 1 Totals - 8 Point Marion " G. Lewis, Jf ..'. 7 Wittebort, f 1_ 2 Cyrus, c Walsh, g Cupelli, g ._..._.. : IB Cross Meets Ferrando In Pittsburgh Monday PITTSBURGH, Mar. II.--Promoter Jake Mintz has signed Tommy Cross of Philadelphia to fight Joey Ferrando ot Ashtnbula, Ohio, in the top bout at Motor Square Garden Monday night. Cross lakes the place of Sammy Angott against Ferrando. Angott decided to take a complete run-out and gave every evidence of not wanting to meet Ferrando. Wiff Shows'Way for Stole Horse, Charge. SOMERSET, Mar. 11.--Ivan Pebley, 20, of Johnstown, R. D. 4, alias Anthony Wagne of Galveston, Texas, was lodged in the county jail by State Motor Police on charges of stealing a horse and forging Government checks. He is alleged to have appeared at a ranch and asked permission to borrow a horse, saying he wanted to ride to a coal mine to get a job. Instead of returning the animal, he left it at another barn. He was accused of raising pay checks. 41 Pts. 0 7 12 6 R 33 5 12--41 9 5--33 F. 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 F. 2 0 2 3 2 Pts. 4 2 0 0 0 6 4 18 Pts. Dempsey Kayoes Wrestler. Jack Dempsey, referccing a wrestling match in Detroit, knocked Bull Curry from the ring as the latter was "grunting" with Bull Montana. While Dempsey insists it .was an "act," the prosecutor threatened to have him barred from the wrestling ring because of it. Franchise Transferred. St. Louis Browns transferred their franchise in the Middle Atlantic League from Johns-town to Youngstown, Ohio, claiming $30,000 had been lost in the last two years. Not one of the original league members remain enrolled under President Elmer Bailey's leadership. 9 41 Totals : Score by periods: Georges 0 5 310--18 Point Marion '. 8 11 15 Referees--John, Phillips. South Union G. Stetancin, t 2 Krizner, f ... : 7 Kollar, c .... 2 Drews, g ,, 2 Rusnok, g ,,. 4 7--41 Pts. 7 15 4 F. 3 1 0 2 2 Totals .-. .....17 8 Perry G. F. Buttermore, f _ 7 0 Frency, f : 5 0 Halvonik, c ,, 4 0 Marshall, g 1 0 Rumancik, g S 1 20 1 10 42 Pts. 14 .10 8 2 7 41 Totals Score by periods: South Union 7 15 14 6--42 Perry- , : ,. 4 9 12 10--41 Referees--Phillips, John. West Penn Bowlers Boiling at the \Vest Penn alleys Thursday night the Motors took two out of three Irom the Amps while the Volts won the odd game from the Ohms in the West Penn Duckpin l-easuc. Will turned in the highest .8!12 individtl.il score with 217 and Alltn .6-12'the highest thrc-i- name' t o t a l w i t h j .320 j-81. .200 | Jack Quinn's Kin Dies. Joseph J. 1 Lambert, 56, of. Morrelli ville, near Johnstown, Stale health I inspector in Cambria county and a former lieutenant of police in Johnstown,, died Wednesday at his home. He was in early life a baseball pitcher. Mr. Lambert was a brother of Georgcanna, wife of. Jack Quinn, former big league pitcher and later minor league manager who formerly lived at Dunbar. Gume Monday--West South Side. Game Friday--East Park Knd. Conemaugrh Five %Vins. Side vs. ; Conemaugh, conqueror of Altouna, Â·Â· -.rilled GalliUin, 4G-2D. to move into vs. North ! Saturday's finals in District 6, P. I. i A. A., basketball elimination?. I'or n Cood CUP OF COFFEE 5c Hogqn's New Store Questions Lewis' Fitness. DETROIT, Mar. 11.--Physical fitness of light heavyweight boxing champion John Henry Lewis was questioned by John Hettche, chairman of the Michigan Athletic Board, when,he ordered postponement of a title fight between Lewis and Dave Clark. To Ask Fight Approval. Promoter Mike Jacobs will ask the New York Boxing Commission Tuesday to approve his plans to stage the Joe Louis-Tony Galento heavyweight championship fight at Yankee' Stadium in late June. The Counellsville Recreation Center Shamrocks entered the semi-final round oC the Alieghcny Mountain Association, A. A. U.. girls junior basketball tournament at the North Side Community House, Pittsburgh. Friday night by drubbing the Smokey City ililltoppers, 55 to 31. The victory was their, third of the tourney and qualifies them to meet the crack Pittsburgh LabeUes, tournament favorites, at 3 o'clock this afternoon. The Shamrocks really turned on the power against their hapless opponents. Ede Tulley hung up a new 1939 tournament scoring record by netting 26 points with Anna Bogusky a close second with 21 points. Bogusky dropped in seven out of eight tries from the foul line, in fact the entire Shamrock team was clicking on penalty tosses scoring 11 out of 14. Esther Primus played he: best game of the tourney and Captain "I7.2,y'' Metzgcr put on another brilliant display of defensive skill. The King sisters played well for Hie Pittsburghers. The lineups: Shiimrncks G F Pts. Primus, f 3 2 8 Bogusky, f 7 7 21 Tulley, c 12 2 2G Mclzgcr, g -- 0 n 0 Clark, g n 0 0 Scott, g 0 0 0 Seese, g 0 Q 0 Herd,' g :.0 0 0 Totals 22 11 55 Hill Toppers G F Pts. V. King, I _ 1- 2 16 M. King, f 5 0 10 S. I'oust, c 2 1 VanRyn, g 0 0 0 G. Foust, g 0 0 0 Hnckett, g _....:o 0 0 Bigendo, g 0 0 0 Whitmore, 1 o 0 0 Totals . 14 3 31 Score by quarters: Shamrocks Till Toppers . .. Heferee--Walton Semi-Final Results. Class B Washington Township '36; Derry Borough 32. West Newton 36; Rostraver 32. Class A Monessen 50; Mount Pleasant 19. Norwin 26; Greensburg 21. Final Games Tonight. Class B 7:30 P. M.--Washington Township vs. West Newton. Class A 8:45 P. M.--Monessen vs. Norwin. Semi-linal round of the Westmoreland county high school tourney was completed Friday night at Greensburg High School gym in both the Class A and Class B brackets. The finals will be held tonight. West Newton advanced to the finals in Class B competition by spilling Rostraver Township 36-32 in a hectic struggle. The township lads held a scant lead at the halftime but :he Newts forged into a one-point lead in the third quarter and then continued to outscore their rivals to gain the victory. Monessen Grayhounds went on a score rampage to subdue Mount Pleasant by the score, 50-19 in a Class A battle. The Bobcats never had a chance as the winners collected 10 points in the first quarter and ran the score to 29-4 at halftime. The line-ups: West Newtons G Lindauer,' f 5 Abbott, L _~'Q Shiftman, c o Scholl, g 4 Marsh, g _ 3 Hula, g ...:.... 3 Pts. 10 1* 1 10 7 7 Totals Rostraver Cowan, I Pehote, f Coulson, c Thompson, g ....... Johnston, g McCullough, g 15 G .....5 2 5 1 0 0 6 36 F Pts. 3 13 0 4 12 2 0 1 32 Totals 13 Scoring by quarters: West Newton 5 5 13 13--36 Rostraver 9 3 10 10 32 Referee--Walsh. Um pire--Wallace. WOODRUFF IS EASY WINNER IN TWO RUNS Captures First in His Heats in 440 and 880 At Notre Dame. FINALS TO BE HELD TONIGHT John Woodruff, the city's middle distance running ace, entered in the 13th annual Central Collegiate Conference indoor track meef at Notre Dame, Ind., came through with first place in both of his feature events Friday night as he stepped out in his initial appearance since being injured in New York City. Woodruff, running for the University of Pittsburgh, had no trouble winning in the trials in the half and quarter miles. He went into the finals by winning his heat in the 880 2:01 and then walked off with his heat in the 440 in 50.2 seconds. Neither was the fastest time in the trials but Woodruff had plenty left at the finish of both events. The finals will be held tonight. Woodruff also will run with the Pitt relay team which is out to defend its 1938 title. Monessen Fedarko, f Hughes, f Caterino, c Dombroski, g Barton, g Howc-11, f Hewitt, f ... ..... Benyak, c Susko, g Totals IVIount Pleasant Rudnik, f Loskosky, f ... Gaudino, c Lentz, g _______ Walker, g ... ..... .... Czekja, g Keller, I _______ F Pts. 9 5 11 5 8 5 1 3 3 10 50 F Pts. Totals 6 Scoring by quarters: Monessen 10 19 15 6--50 Mount Pleasant 1 3 13 2--19 Heferee--Wallace. Umpire--Walsh. Charley Brant Stopped. Charley Brant of Somerset was knocked out in the first 36 seconds of their scheduled 10-round wind-up fight in Philadelphia Friday night. Frankie Zamaris of Orange, N. Â· J., quickly disposed of Brant. ..10 12 IB 15--55 4 8 8 11--31 Home Run King Makes a Hit Uclen Courtney, of New York. (Central Pr Berg- Knocked Out. NEW YORK, Mar. 11.--Pedro Montanez, Puerto Rico, scored a technical knockout over Jackie (Kid) Berg, London, England, in 46 seconds of the fifth round of a scheduled 10 round bout before 4,500 fans at the Hippodrome. Budcre Blasts Perry. 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