The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 25, 1938 · Page 13
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February 25, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 193S THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVELLE, PA. PAGE THIRTEEN. CLOSE GAMES' IN Y-CHURCH CAGE .LEAGUE Continued from Pago Twelve. Cropp, f . 2 0 1 N . Shaw, f 1 0 2 T Shaw, g 8 0 36 D Blasey, g - 0 5 IV Poshard, c 1 0 2 Totals Dauson M. K. Sproat, I , . _ Husband, I -Shekel, f Herbert, c -- Lcvcrgood, g Sutherland, g Rimmell, g . 20 G _ 3 _ 0 ,, 4 6 3 5 45 F. Cts. 0 6 0 0 1 9 2 14 Totals . 18 4 40 Games Tuesday. St John's vs Lelsonring, 7 P. M U B vs. U. P, 8 P. M. Christians va Church of Brethren, 9 P. M. SPORTORIALS Continued from Page Twelve. the question of whether or not Smithflcld had a first class high school. The committee held that any high school that is classified In the eyes ot the State Department of Public Instruction is a recognized first class high school Georges' solicitor dealt at length with \arlous provisions of the law that Smithfleld's board had not complied with in order to have that rating When Swaney advised President Evens of bis displeasure, the latter informed him that the decisions committee Is elected by league members each year and invited him to appear at the May meeting and publicly ·voice his criticism of the body before the entire asscmly. For the most part, however, the nchoolmen are grateful to the persons who started the houscclcaning -- and It wasn't started by the W P I. A L. board. Many of them admit they have been subjected to "home town politics ' and were unable to get from under the pressure The probation action will relieve them and permit them to act according to their own dictates · When that becomes the cose, there won't be many schools deliberately violating the rules. And that's what the educators really want. BITS HERE AND THERE Jane H. Hocy, director of tho Social Security 'Board's bureau of public assistance, told a public hearing in Washington an investigator found the mother of o $14,000-a-year major league baseball player on the pension rolls because the athlete said his mother's upkeep was not his responsibility If his name had been revealed, said player probably would have found the club owner dropping him os his responsibility as a b'ad Investment . . . A big laugh was drawn by the W. P. I A. L. inquiry at Unlontown when it was learned that Rumenyak, South Union star, who was protested because ho was over age, did not play against North Union and Georges when these clubs got trimmed. "I thought you said he -was their star player," smiled Bill Evans, the general league president, directing his attention to Jock Adams of Georges and Steve Furin ot North Union. And the crowd joined in the fun ... The Casey Club gives a different version about the gome at Johnstown when the locals quit the floor denying that there had been any slugging. When one of the Cascys had a foul called on him, he asked the referee "how come" and the latter promptly ordered him oft the floor and refused to change his mind even when asked by the manager of the Catholic Ex-High flve, the opposition, so the locals tell us The score at the time was 34 to 30 with only four minutes left in the last quarter . . . Nathan Mann was listed as a* "warm-up" for Joe Louis but the Brown Bomber didn't oven work up a sweat . . . City championship series will resume Monday night at State Armory -with the Casey and Wcstinghouso teams In great shape . . . Lefty Gomez of the Yankees was nn overtime pitcher, his wife, pretty June O'Dcan, told the court in asking $200 weekly alimony pending separation action trlnl and $3,500 counsel fees. She said he tossed punches at her at night while by day the Yankee holdup tossed baseballs at opposing batters . . . March 11, 12, 18 and 10 probably will be the dates of the Fayctto county undergraduate basketball tournament at South Union Township High gym . . . Stray dogs killed a 16-polnt buck in Laurel Hill Mountains near New Florence The deer uas one of five taken from Pittsburgh's South Park herd. A dog also was killed . . . Dizzy Dean cased Into the signed ranks without much fuss. His work last year left much to be desired so Dizzy had to do less talking ... In one breath Fats Kennedys says Smithflcld Is ai" 'temporary' first class school" and then turns right around and denies It at least be consistent He might Louis to Fight Thomas April 1 By United Press NEW YORK. Febj 25--Champion Joe Louis, hailed as n "black Dcmp- scy" after his display of swage temperament againit Nathan Mann, was matched for a 15-round title defense against Harry Thomas, Minnesota mauler, at Chicago's Stadium on April 1 Thomas, the bectle-bro\v nod blond from Eagle Bend, will be the Bro\ui Bomber's second "tune-up" opponent in the campaign to sharpen Louis for his contracted June meeting with Mat SchmcUng Louis, $4Q 500 nchci j£tu his third-round Knockout of Mann, GRID STAR BECOMES CAGER JOHNNY MICHELOSEN Former atar quarterback ot the Golden Panthers football club of 1037, Johnny Mlchcloscn has gone in for basketball and comes to Con- hellsville tonight-with the Pitt Sen- iors who oppose Westmghousc dribblers at State Armory. Michclosen was m the Rose Bowl game on January 1, 1937, ind played lor the East-West game in San Francisco. WESTINGHOUSE TACKLES PITT STARS, FORMER GRID PLAYERS, THIS EVENING Football as well as basketball fans arc expected to turn out tonight when the Pitt All Stars make their appearance at the Armory in a scheduled tilt with the Wcstmghousc basketball team The All Stars are a group of seniors, all having gamed fame and recognition through their efforts on the gridiron, who have been playing basketball under the Kappn Sigma Fraternity winning three intcrfratcr- nity and one Intramural titles in the past three years at Pitt Johnny Michclosen, captain of the 1937 Pitt football team, was selected as forward on the All-W. P. I A L team in his senior year at Ambridge High School. He has been appointed to the Pitt coaching start for next season as has been Don Hensley who will jump center for the collegians Other members of tho team arc Frank Partrick who won a place on the All-East eleven, Henry Adams and George Delicti. Aside from the intramural and Intcrfraternlty games played at Pitt, the All Stars hold victories over Ambridge High School and the Johnstown Ex-Catholic Hitfh quintet. Indications point to a cJosc, hard fought battle with the college lads holding a slight advantage A preliminary game featuring the Paramount Juniors starts at 7 30 o'clock with the main attraction getting under way at 8 30. Doors will be Open at 7 o'clock The main attraction is listed for 8 45 o'clock sharp. There will be a preliminary at 7 o'clock between the Dunbar Clover Farmers and the Paramount Juniors of the Junior WPA Recreation Center Basketball League The Furnace Towners dished out n setback to the Paramounts the other day and the club wants a" chance to avcngo its reversal. Swaney Threatens To Wipe League Off Map in Athletics UNIONTOWN, Feb. 25.--Branding the W. P. I. A. L. as the "Little Supreme Court ot Western Pennsylvania scholastic athletics," Daniel Swaney, head of the Georges Township High School, today flrcd the first gun of the war on that organization "Starting today I am going after the W P. I A L, even as far as the State Legislature In order to wipe it off tho face of athletic map" asserted Mr. Swaney in no uncertain terms "They have formed a combine of small gods, flaunting their authority In the faces ot schools who have been honest and consiccntloiu in the conduct of all athletics; They are 'the little Supreme Court' and their word Is final. We're going to sec about that" Mr. Swaney will at the next session of the Legislature %vhich convenes early In January, 1938, have a bill Introduced to place scholastic athletics under the sheltering wing of the State Department of Public Instruction. "Then . there will be Justice-responsible persons and fair ones too, will be in the saddle," asseited Mr. Swaney. "The W P. I. A L is an organization of Western Pennsylvania schools who banded together for protection. Instead some of them are getting persecution. We're going into the whole matter in order to give each school, especially those in Fayctte county a square deal." wanted Thomas as his ne\t opponent The Bomber wished to sho\\ thg bo-cms \\ord that he could belt out Thomas quicker than Schmcllng did at Madison Square Garden on December 13 Schmeling turned the trick in eight rounds Julian Black, Louis' manager, pud Nate Lew, is, who pilots Thomas, signed at the 20th Century Club for the title match that tfill be promoted by the Chicago Corporation, with Mike Jacobs as assistant promoter Tlie milch was made after Ch,nr- man Joe Trmer of the Illinois Boxing Commission sanctioned it by telephone from Chicdgo. Westmoreland High Schools Paired for Basketball Tourney GREENSBURG, Fcb 23 --Westmoreland County Coaches Association approved an amendment to its constitution proildmg for cla-siflca- tion of high schools for the basketball tournament on the basis of 500 or more for en-ollmont in Class A and less than SOO in Class B. Of the 22 schools entered in the meet to be held in Grecnsburg High School gymnasium on Mirch 4, 5 11 and 12, 10 are in Class A and 12 300 Dunbar Township Fans Will See League Tourney This Evening Printers, Reporters Sweep League Games The Printers continued then drive for the second half laurels in the Cib Industrial Duckpm League by taking three | straights from the Seivicemcn while the Reporters won three from thq Meter Headers at the \Vcst Penn % bowling alleys. The scores PRINTERS W. Driscoll 106 229 C Driscoll 173 Han er Dummy Dummy Galasso . I -139 no 170 167 128 113 111 131 137 105 113 147 446 474 443 238 327 147 Totals _ 629 807 639 2075 SERVICEMEN R Dunston 110 128 134 372 Herwlck _ 128 145 108 381 Hoover _ __ 158 187 130 484 Klingensmith 87 113 125 325 Silbiugh 119 140 118 383 -- 101 Fisher .Towzey 90 105 296 91 113 204 Tol.lls 618 719 629 1904 METER HEADERS 100 91 89 280 , 94 137 100 331 .. 98 95 118 309 111 121 104 33G --114 110 97 321 Totals _ J Dnscoll Urchcsko -Smith _ Whoric _ P. Driscoll -- Haggcrty _ . ToUils 515 554 508 1577 REPORTERS SJ 209 140 443 163 110 83 356 114 94 110 318 111 134 167 412 118 159 104 381 ._132 121 97 350 -038 733 821 1892 m B, this being the largest entry list In the history ot the competition. The first round drasvlngs follow: Friday, March 4--Class A, Greensburg vs. Mone«en, and Arnold vs Norwln, Class B, Rostra\or vs Washington Township, TralTord vs Sewicklcy Township, Bell Township \s Franklin Township, and Armstrong \s Youngwood aturdo, March 5--Class A, Mount Pie isant vs. Dcrry Township, Vandergnft \s Scotldale, and Hurst vs Jcjnnette, Class B, South Huntingdon vs Derry, and East Huntingdon \ s West Newton SUITS for the growing youngsters $750 DP TO $1350 All the popular shades in single and double breasted coat styles are here for dotting parents and their son to choose from. All have two pairs of trousers and will give loads of hard wearing satisfaction. Bring sonny in today and buy him a new suit! MRN'« DWPAJtTVSVT *TOBE More than 300 fans will accompany Dunbar Township High bosketccrs to Pitt Stadium, Pittsburgh,-tonight for tho first round game in the W. P. I A L. in which the Section 10 chin- p- lons will lock horns with Dormont ot Pittsburgh The tilt is listed for 7 30 o'clock sharp A special tram will be operated over the Pittsburgh Lake Erie Raiuoad, leaving the Conncllsvillc station at 5 o'clock sharp Stops will be made at Broad Ford Junction, Adelaide and Dickcrson Run Trolley cars will take the crowd from the station to the stadium. The return trip will not be made until after the second game of the league calendar in which Donora, Section 4 titlist, clashes with Washington, Section 2 winner This means that the fans can sec the double-header for the price of one Tickets sold here are much cheaper than those bought at the stadium It will be Lelscnnng's fourth time Senate Increases 1 Impersonation Ban WASHINGTON; Fob 25 --The Senate completed congiessional action on legislation imposing a fine of $1,000 or three years imprisonment on anyone convicted of impersonating nn official of a Federal corporation Existing law applies to any person impersonating an ofllccr "under the authority ot the United States or any department or any officer thereof." The proposed bill, sent to the White Hou.e for signature, would add "under the authority of any corporation owned or controlled by the United States" in W P. I A. L. competition as the school had won the title In Section 12 m 1929, 1930 and 1931 Bellevue, Monessen and Scott ol North Braddock triumphed in that order over the Bed and Black in the first round WOODRUFF TO RUN SATURDAY IN NEW YORK Connellsvllle's John Woodruff goes to Madison Square Garden In New York City -Saturday night to participate in the National Amateur Athletic Union indoor championships. The University of Pittsburgh junior has been running in tough luck on the boards but he will make one last desperate effort to prove he is just as capable a performer on the banked _ curves as he Is outdoors on the flat cinders His size and gigantic stride have hampered him no little Indoors. Prized Dollar Trick Coin. APPLETON, Wis, Feb. 25 --Dr. L. H Dillon carried an 1877 dollar In his pocket for 17 years. He prized it highly. Then one day he dropped it. What had appeared to be only a coin proved to be a cleverly constructed locket as the cover sprang open when the coin hit- the floor. 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Chops .« cTMr Ib- Round, Club vat mm ,. n » ,,u: younc, Tpnil*r, Ih or Sirlom umnitd utn IDi Fresh C i Lean Smoked Picnic Shoulders - 15c Sliced Bacon |-.'^15c Spiced Luncheon Meat m 25c Ground Beef, 2 ibs. 29c Fancy Fish Fillets Qualify Sea Whiting 19c » 5c ^^

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