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HKXNDAT, STARCH la. DATT/7 COTTRITSK. PAGE SEVEN. Boxing THE Basketball COKERS PLACE TH ;PORTORIALc: w By JOHN H. WHOHIC, Sports Editor ^J WHAT'S GOING ON IN 3MIGH SCHOOL CIRCLES Nine senior members of East Pike Hun Township High's football squad were pi csented w i t h sweaters. Basketball letters will be given seven boys . . . Donald Cornell has been named coach of the baseball team . . . Clipper Smith of Duquesne will speak Tuesday night at Rostra\er Township High's annual athletic banquet in Rostraver Grange Hall. Both basketball and football squads vail be feted . . . Belle Vemon High has an open date on its 1939 grid program on Octobei 21, either at home or abioad, with a Class B team Schools interested should contact Coach Pete Koma at Belle Vernon . . . Eleven seniors were given football letters at Mnsontown by Coach Gene Franks They are Dan Snyder, Clyde Snyder, Matt Richter, Albert Shotts, Joe Bosmc, Mike Castora, Eh Ciarrochi. Frank Zammerelli, Joe Fidek, Walter Guy and Donald Guy Charles Marcinek, James Bamck, Victor Sebesta and William Giagola are juniors, George Kasinec Is the sophomore and Pete Ciaromella, Doran Zimmerman and Fred Christian are freshmen who also received the awards . . . Coaches have named an all-star quintet for Section 17 for the Brownsville Telegraph as follows' Cowan of Rostraver Township and Lmdauer of West Newton, forwards; Coulson of Rostraver, center, and Smith of South Huntingdon and Butler of Fayettc City, guards. On the-second team are Merchko oÂ£ Dunbar and Wilkie oÂ£ Perry, forwards; Ruschak of South Huntingdon, center, and Scholl of West Newton and Smith of Sewickley, guards. Given honorable mention were Silvasy of South Huntingdon, Hula and March of West Newton, McCullough and Thompson oÂ£ Rostraver, Grant and Ferguson of Belle Vernon, Pavlosky and Hertznell of Dunbar, Russell of Fayette City, Kavel of Sewickley and Stat- zula of Perry . . . Supervising Principal W. Glenn Bung announced arrangements are under way for the annual athletic banquet oÂ£ Fayette City High School Tuesday night, March 21, in Fayette City Methodist Episcopal Church . . . Athletes are not over-emphasized in Sharon High School and there is a well-balanced educational and athletic program, the board of education there declared after a survey, answering charges of teachers last October 10 that too much emphasis was being given sports. The board's conclusions weic presented in a 34-page answer. First Sfreefers Topple West Side Paced Tjy its star center, "Willie." Flynn, former Immaculate Conception High basketeer, Fust Street Service Station quintet loosened a barrage of field goals to rout the West Side Stars by a score of 66-43. Flynn was high scorer with 27 points The Ime-ups: First Street G. F. Pts. T. Flynn, 1 3 1 17 Nicolazzo, t 3 1 7 W. Flynn, c -12 3 27 Murray, g 2 1 5 Irvin, g 5 0 10 BITS HERE AND THERE Sammy Angott's doctor claims that the Washington, Pa., boy isn't getting a fan shake when he's accused of running out on Joey Ferrando in Pittsburgh The doc insists Sammv was a pietty s-ck boy . . . A bowling ball is said to travel 19 4 miles an hour when it's fired down a 60-foot alley at the normal way of pitching Henry Doerfler used to shoot one about 38 per Bill Phuntek doesn't throw his; he carries it nearly all the way . . . Won't be long before the baseball bug will have the boys but so far we haven't heard anything about reviving the Fay-West League . .. When an all-Ohio high basketball five was picked, fandom wondered why Lester Klay, senior forward and one-man scoring machine of Class B Sardis High of Monroe county, was overlooked, falling even to rate honorable mention. In four 3 ears, Klay scored I 280 points or 320 per year, despite the fact Ins team \vas a consistent loser This jear was his big one as he hit the hoop for 400 or an average of 22 67. That's probably why they put the "mythical" handle on these selections . . Coach Cam Henderson of Marshall (W. Va ) sajs basketball has improved greatly by eliminating the center Jump The heighth advantage was offset ind the tall, awkward player was replaced by faster and more accurate shooting boys, he added, thereby increasing fan interest . Fans going to the Jack Roper fight in California ore advised by Joe Louis, the champion, to get there early because he's taking Roper to the clejners quick . Pitt's dribblers selected these all- opponent clubs First, Stark, Carnegie Tech, and Widowitz, Duquesne, forwards, Hutchins, Bradley Tech, cente-, and Miller, Westminster, and Lothes, West Virginia, guards, and second, Becker, Duquesne, and Schunk Bradley Tech, forwards; Foertsch, Cornell center, and T'jm- pane, Carnegie Tech, Prosser, Pern State, and Kurtyka, Georgetown, (last two were tied), guards * . . "Baseball is a game but it also Is a business and a business man can't afford to pay high prices for products that are not the best," says President Bill Benswanger of the Pirate- He referred to Paul Waner Bill said "Paul's product is his batting average It was not the best last year It slipped to 280. There arc a lot of outfielders hitting .280 When Paul | had a good year, we paid him accordingly. It js only fair that he should | be content w i t h less" If Paul would've had a fair season last year, he'd have collected the loser's share of the World Series money instead of a cut for second place . . Geoffrey Mellor of New York claimed a new Atlantic fishing record for a 24- thread line He hooked a 12% foot, 585-pound blue marlin off Cat Cay and brought it to gafT in 51 minutes after it had made 18 clean leaps . . , Manger Doc Prothro insists that pitching will be the Phils best point in the National League fortunes next season. Doc expects the hurlers to lead the way to a revival of the club, the league's doormat for years Only Two Points From Erie Strong Vincent- Swimmers Star Relay Bob Colborn Second in 100 BackStroke De- Spite Bad Break. GERRY CLEMMER, BLACKA FIFTH Connclls\ ille High School placed (third 11 the championship swimming meet at the Pennsylvania Intcritliol- astic Athletic Association at State College Saturday, ti ailing Erie Strong Vincent, second place winner, by only two points Third honors in the State finals climaxed a brilliant season for the Orange and Black mermen, coached by A. R. (Red) Barr, who had pieu- ously taken second in the P I A A western regional eliminations and first in the Western PennsjKana Interscholastic Athletic League for the second stiaighl year. No dual meet was lost York u n s first, piling up 43 points to supplant Strong Vincent, ns the States scholastic swimming championship school. The Erie school had beaten Connellsvillc in the western regional While York had 43 point 1 ., Strong Vincent was second v.ith 26 Totals -West Side R Cartisano, t Sanzone, 1 Myers, o 0". Isola, g . -Candiloro, g - - . 30 G ... 5 4 0 6 4 6 68 F. ris. 0 10 Totals Score by quarters: First Street West Side . . 10 St. James, Caseys Bowling Winners Bowling at the West Pcnn alleys Friday night the Knights of Columbus won two of three from the Sons of Italy and the St James captured the odd game from the Eagles in the City League C Maricondi turned in the highest total Joi three games with 499. He was also high for a single game with a score of 195. 11 26 17 12--66 8 8 11 16--41 Fines for Jaj walking. WASHINGTON, Mar. 13.--Jaywalking became a misdemeanor in the Nation's capital, punishable by a fine up to $300 SHAMROCKS LOSE CHANCE TO REACH A. A. U. FINALS The Connellsville Recreation Cen- j Rugh, g lor Shanuocks were eliminated from Shupe, f -the A. A. U. Allegheny Mountain Association girl basketball tournament Saturday afternoon when they tost to the Pittsburgh Sabellcs at Worth Side Community House 33 to 18. Inability to scoie field goals cost the local tomboys then opportunity to play in the finals Saturday night. The Sabellc guards completely Â»motheied the Shamrock foiwaids, only Ede Tulley being able to break a-vay for t\vo-pomtcis The local star was high scorer for the game with 17 points Captain * Izzy" Metzger and "Pat" Clark played fine defensu e ball Fostei was brilliant for the winners while Freeman Goodnch and Rugh put up an au- tight defense The line-ups Shamrocks O. K Pts Primus, f - - 0 0 0 BogusV-y, 1 0 0 0 I-ulIey, c 7 3 17 Metzger, g _ - 0 0 0 Claik, g - 0 1 1 Scott, g Â« 0 0 rleid, g Â° 0 0 5eese, g 0 0 0 ^ronek, f 0 0 0 Totals Sabclles Broweli, f Waiters, f Coster, c r reeman, g - jodricli, G - _ 7 G. . 3 1'ZZTl s 0 U 4 18 F. Pts. 4 10 1 7 0 16 0 0 0 0 Richards, g Totals Score by quartets Sabelles ! Shamrocks Referee--Walton. Umpire--Snodgrass Heavy Entry List For Floor Tourney Entries closed Satuida morn ng for the second annunl ConncIiA Ule Gold Medal Amateur Baiketb ill | ever to H O M E S T E A D WINS LEAGUE COURT CROWN A field ba.iage that netted 16 field goaJb gave Homestead the basketball toga of the Western Pennsylvania IntLischolasln. Athletic League as a scrappy Ford City quintet was downed, 34 to 22, in a hectic battle Sdtiuday night in Pitt Stadium, the circuit's Class A final In triumphing, the Steelers chalked up a league gonfalon for Coach Paul B rch, Jormvr Duquesne star, who is handling Homestead in his first year, and at the same time spoiled the Glassers 1 hoops of being Orst 3 chool n the league diadem three Touinamcnt u i t h 30 teams undci the u re Included .11 the record list of cn- ti es aie practic.il! all of the outstanding teams of the district plus the cnick iUorgantown V.' V a , Coco- Colas, Apollo Furns and the Leechburg FUJIIS The senior bracket dieu 11 teams with a like number in tn n lightweight dmsion and H clubs in the junior class The complete cntr I'*t is as follows Senior clasi--Mo-ganloun Coco- Colas, Apollo FurnÂ«, Lecciburg Furns, Overboil All-SUrs, Monon- KaJ ela Ex Jlifih, Mount Picas mt Merchants, Vi'alv-oith of Grccnsburg, Suisstalc Independents, Berlin Ex- Hifh, Howitzers and the discos Llghtv. eight clnsi Peter Pack- lunning. As a result of the wji, HomcstcTd meets tne District 0 chanpion Wednesday night at Pitt Stadium in the first round of the advanced P E A A elimination* The W P J A L,. champions of formei years 'tllo^ 1900--Pittsburgn Cen'ial 1010--Pittsburgh SouJi 1911--rittsbuijjh Cental 1912--Butler 1913--\\ilrtil sburg 5914--Butler 1015--Butler 191(j--Pittsburgh buuth 1917--Schcnlo 19'P--Pi Unburst! South 1010--Monessei. J320-- Bellcvuc. and the medley tno teormg eight f o r ) second. Bob Colborn added iour m ' the 100 back stroke, Gerald Clenmc- one m the 220 free stjle and Hill Blacka one on the 100 free stj ]Â· The Coker relay team of Earl Cron Herb Keffcr, Junior Laughcrtv r,nd Frazier took first in the 2JO-yard free style rcla in the fast time of 1 15 8 but only by a margin of inches Cross who "anchored' the quartet got off as he was handed a deficiency of about four yards. His opooncnt from York yas a dassv pcrformcr but Earl pulled alongside of him as they neared the fin'sh line It w n s on the last stroke that he took thit Cross hit the line, barely inches ahead of his foe As this relay was the last event on the calendar, it required the final stroke of the final rncf- to give ConnellsMlic its only first place m the meet. The medley relay team of Bob Colborn, Jack Foley and Bill Blacka came in second about four yards beh.nd York's classy performers. But for a bad break, Fob Colborn might have won the 100-jard back stroke in which race he was second to Hinkle oÂ£ York who won in 1 05 4. Colborn hit the wall with his head on the turn yet finished in 1 06, six- tenths of a second from first. This was his best performance at that. Gerald Clemmer was in a fast race, the 220 free style, and Ins fifth place was 1 8 seconds behind fourth In the 100 free style, Bill Blacka's fifth was 0 1 of a second behind fourth and 06 of a second behind third which gives an idea of how close the swimmers were bunched at the finish. Ed Boyle was in the 220 and placed sixth while Cross finished in the same post in the 50-yard free style. Cioss turned in a time of 26.1, his best of the year He has been hampered with a cold all year as have been Blacka and Clemmer The Cokers didn't enter the 100 breast stroke Coach Barr is taking the swimmers to Carnegie Tech Saturday for the annual relays and this meet will close the Colters' schedule for 1938. The summary of the State meet follows. 220-yard free style--Won by James Arrmon, West Reading; Ed Shaw, Erie Strong Vincent, second; Clark Ressler, York, third, Dippy, Abmgton, fourth, Gerald Clemmer, Connellsville, fifth; Boyle, Connells- viile, sixth. Time, 2 25. 100-yard back stroke--Won by Claude Hinkle, York; Robert Col- boin, Connellsville, second, Wilkm- i 33 ' son, Eddystone, third, McLenathan, Eire Strong Vincent, fourth, Kline, 8--33 Carrick, fifth Time, 1 05 4 of Mount C C C C-imp of Rockwood, Bar t-s Garage of ConnellsMUe ana the PTM- mount Ihentrcs Junioi claps -- "V\a-hmÂ£ton ' V 1 Leaders, Sluarer llorsimdi'-h of jLinncttc, Dunbn" Mu 1 **? U i i u n ' o v . n Pickups, Kcmacolm Indians, Se^ick- ley Township Preps, Swi^svalc Mci- chnnts Roclcwood Torpedoes Donora Herald-\*BcncjxiÂ° Mcrs Confectionery, Unionlown, Pcr- Commodores and from Cornells illc- :,(Â· Paramount Juniors, Plcn-Mit Lc t! Dniry and Franl'i Di.n B u r The tournament u a s origiruilU scheduled for onlj four nifi ! ti but the large cntn h is made it ncccs'a-} to extend it to fi\e nighLi aid p l a , Ih^cc junior elimmat on game 1 ! S i t i n c i\ afternoon Stirt rig at G t Â» o cloc^ 1022--\ViÂ».mburg 1923--Moi't 1 - en-Homestead 1921--Uomcv cad 19?5--Lniollown 19J6--biionioun 1927--\cw Costte 1128--DiqueMle 1921--Homestead 3030--Xeu Kciasiiglon 1131-- "iorth Braddocl Scott 113;--'Er^ddw.K 10''--Durjuc-ine 3934-- ?w \ Keasingum 1B3V--RaiVm 1D3G--.No Cutlc 1037--Ford C tj 1038--Ford Citv 1D39--Homester. 4 Kingview Team Beafs ScoHdale SCOTTDM.E Mir 13 --The Ki'lg- 1 icw Rpcrrition junior ping pong turn aifc-Ued the Scottdjle Y M 5--18 Fancy di\ ing--Won by Schaeffer, York (6368); Zcno, Coatesville Continued on Page Eight STREAMLINE HAS THE PRICES SODA C R A C K E R S 2 n ' b Â« 10 O n f t H A M C R A C K E R S 2 '" "Â« 13 TOMATO J U I C E ramil ' =Â° Â« 5 RED KIDNEY BEANS SALAD DRESSING SHEFFORD CHEESE COFFEE rreih R Â°Â»Â» l CATSUP 4 lb 13 qt | 9 1/2" 12 3 '" 29 3 Hj* 25 tins 19 F R E N C H ' S BIRD SEED " k[T 10 MILLER CORN FLAKES Â»** 5 J U jcaui 23 PEACHES EGGS - tloz. 39 DEL MAIZ NIBLETS 2 ""' 19 CHOCOLATE C H E R R I E S '" "Â°* 19 BUTTER K E R N E L C O R N *Â·Â» * 10 SNIDER PEAS 3 *Â° 2 25 SALAD OIL nalK Co Â» k sal 75 COCOWHEATS " k 6 21 V I M C O SPQK. D I N N E R S -'^ 10 J A C K J I L L DESSERTS 3 * k " 10 OCTAOOH L A U N D R Y I O b " Â» 3 T SUPER SUDS 5m B SANIFLUSH F R U I T C O C K T A I L .--JH Center Cut O^T PORK CHOPS "" BEEF BOIL 1b. 11 PORK STEAK ]b. 21 1-REsrr GROUSD BEEF 2 ibs 27 CRESCENT FLOUR 29 19 OLEO 3 ll)s. 25 ,, SKk 49 Tuesday evening se\cr g imcs wnl be | C A in T match nt the Y b a score run off with six Rimes scheduled for j of 161-l'i7 iifllra, SpK=o Napoleon Wednesday, Thursda und Flic! } ind DcS tn'is m ide up the King\lo\v Mordaj night, March -0, w i l l feature tc im v hilc Claraval Paicn,tia, Kelly Continued on Page Eight rrd Byble composed the Y quartet. B a s e b a l l F i l m Be Shown H e r e T o n i g h t Capacity crowds JIG expected to attend the free showings of the official American League film, 'First Century of Baseball,' scheduled for tomgnt at the Y M C A. auditor-urn. Theie will be two sho.vs, one at 7 30 o'clock and the othei at 8 30 o'clock Produced in celebration oÂ£ the National pastime's centenma., tl e picture is being brought here through the cooperation of tne Fay-West Baseball League and the Y. M C A j Based on the findings oÂ£ the Mills ' commission the film tiaces tno course of the game fiom its ludmicntarj I 1 foirrja to the present highly dc\c opad tpe of pljy found in the major leagues The btoiy pioper slaiU, v ith the crcatio i of ,1 bet oC iul"s oy Abnc' Doublcdoj in 1830 foi the 1 hen popular town bal, which established the fundamental pnncipaK of baseball ,ns it is K n o w n todaj 'mpiave- ments suggested by Ale\andcr J Cartxvright, such as luriting the gpjne to nine innings and extending tlv d stance between bises to the present 00 feet, as v.ell as his part in the formation of the lirst baseball club m 1845 likewise are denlt ^ iLb full} ln'cnvoi.cn will' the his'jary of the X ime, also aic sequences depicMng the \anous forms, of oma.teui mse- b ,il through unici an asp ring joungsler w i t h big league ambuicms may rise with case uvampJes of each Bob Feller is cited as one who came up from a high school league Sam Chapman, the college di_imond Joe DiMaggio, the sandlo' 1 ; In nridition there aie i i t w s of the Old T mcrs' j*am^ m Clc veland ica- tunnj, Mich stars of the past as Fd Walih, Tns Speakci slid Cy Young, md the All-Star game at Cincinnati Connie Mick and Clark Griffith likewise do a 'bit ' These two who tai ted thei baseball careers more thin half a century ago discuss among other things the difference bet w c c n spring trpminR now and then, v. Inch leads naturally into a prosen- uition of this phase of major league bill Ha Honoi, the U m p ' also conies n for His irnre of gloiy win the dramatization of several problem plaji that are sure to mislead the ivcragc speclatoi The film is bioueht to a close with v.ews of the 191S World Series I 'lo obtain the highest piofcisto lal slancTrdi m the matter of photo- j g r a p h j , make-up and costuming, the I l i i t o i H a l puitujns of tirst Century of Baseball \ C I L Jilmcd in Holl- wood, with Artt ur Lew Fonsec i director of promotion for the American WOODRUFF IS FIRST IN 880, BOWS IN 440 Frank OhI, Also Pitt Man, Noses Him Out in Quarter Mile Race PANTHERS TAKE THIRD HONORS "While a teammate nosed him out in the 440, Johnny Woodruff of Connellsville easily won the half rrule run in the Cent'a] Collegiate Indoor Track and Field Championship at J.otie Dame, Ind , Saturday night Flank Ohl, also of Pitt, finished ahead of the Olympic champion in the quaitei mile by a nose for the onl major suiprise of the mee*, \wn- ning in 49 G seconds In the 880, Woodruff came back strong and \\on as he pleased in 1 5G 6 Fein of Michigan State wab second Because of a leg injury suffered 1-1 New York City several weeks ago Woodiuff was not used in the ruile relay that the Panthers won although Long John seemed to be in good shape Coach Call Olson felt that Woodiuff had done all light as he won two trial heats Friday evening and then performed m the 440 and 880 Saluidaj Pittsburgh was t h u d in tnc team score winning four firsts -ind scoring in si\ of 11 events Notre Dame was first and Marquette second League, on hand to insure technical accuracy Narration, save where tre \oices of the chaiacters appearing on the screen have been recorded, is by Ted Husing, popular spoils commentator The National League him \vill be shown Monday night, March 27 A Home Product Â·k for It By Rame 03 SAKE EVTSBYWHEKE listen to Our Dnilj- "SPORTS PARADE" at 3:30 P. 31. 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