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FACTS ETGHT. Â« j. JKE DAELT COTTRTKR, CONISTEILI^V XX.T2. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1930. Basketball THE SPORTING WORLD By JAMES M. DRISCOLL, Basketball COKERS AT LEISENRING TUESDAY EVENING **, Dunbar Township Favorite To Win Annual Series With Orange and Black Passers Considerable Interest Manifest In Competition BebveOn Neighbor Rivals. LARGE CROWD. IS EXPECTED Anmruncement was made today that the first game or the annual series !etween ConnelKvillo and Dunbar Township High basketeers will be ataged Tuesday c venint; at the Lel- aenring No. 1 gymnasium. Considerable interest is manifest in the play despite the fact that the Red and Black warriors are ruling favorites to take both end-) ot the competition, the second of which will be staged ou the louil courts on Friday night. Both gymnasiums are expected to be taxed to capsit Uy for the struggles and standing rxm unquestioiiaDly will be at a p r e m i u m as the followers of Â»he two neighborly rival institutions will jam the spacious pavilions. Bruce M. Shearer lias a very good combination at 1/elscnrlng No. 1 and the fact that the contingent recorded 14 triumphs in 1Â« starts may be given Â°TM J '"rule) ^, 1,1 nv.Â« ,, , , ! ,, ( Â« Â» n l o n '"5 OI l n l B r u l Â° - ' Rules for 1930 American Legion Diamond Program ... -^ Additional rulee pertaining to tho 1930 junior baeeball program ot tho American Lpgion follows: r . In cities or towns harlag populations of 50,000 or more, according to 1930 Federal census, no team will be allowed to draw per ons from riiore than one high school. The high school record as of February 15, 1930, will govern as to bona fide enrollment of players (This rule is enforcifaie as to public, private and denominational high schools giving,, ihe regular accredited high school urriculum. This rule is entorclble as t all high school pupils regardless of whether or not they have ever partlcpated in high school athletics. "Junior high schools," "intermediate high schools," "night commercial high schools," private and denominational schools not carrying a ret ular accredited "high school curricul im" are not considered high schools within the mean- Meet National Champions on Monday much thought. The quintet also copped tho championship In Section 12, W, P. I. A. League; and -while il. was unable to copo with the crack Monessen High \varriors in the elimination round thf showing of tho Red and Black was regarded as very goodt Tho skipper has moulded a good scoring combination around Joe Tulley, Jimmy Bailey and Eugene Rellly, thrco lettermeu of 1929 Belirens, Miller and Skoneznjf also have been playing a neat game all season. Past performances as a rule don't mean anything when these two institutions go after each other in competitive endeavors as has been noticed 111 the past. \\ lule Dunbar was the r u l i n g favorite. In 1929 in the Coker series, the Leisenring boys had a diffi- c u l t time ekehiR out a triumph on the home ground a ad then were given a decisive whipping al the Orange and Black court. Bill Dolde, popular High School athletic director, seems to have D. T. "pased" when it comes to basketball and for this reason two closely contested anticipated. battles can be PERFECT LOW SCORE REPORTED IN BASKETBALL CHICAGO, March 8.--The perfect low score basketball game has been produced In a district preliminary tournament. Georgetown defeated Homer, 1 to 0, scoring a foul goal in the first period and retaining the lead by stalling. The Homer five refused to attempt to break up the f-tall until the last three minutes of play. B. It a player is found lo bo in- olltfble, he shall bo disqualified immediately from further competition, and it such inellgibility be determined prior to a regional tournament, the entire team having used such ineligible player will be automatically disqualified and ban ed from further competitions and al' garnea won by such team shall be thrown out of the records. All protest on eligibility of players must be spe iftc and set forth reasonable basis foi protest and be accompanied by proof. 7. No team may carrv more than 14 players, and all players must hs.ve been enrolled before June 15, 1930. The player personn 1 of a team cannot be changed aft^r date of official enrollment. Substitutions for purpose of strengthening team will not bo allowed under any cir umstances. Only in case of death 01 disability may a vacancy be filled with a substitute player, and then only when authorized by the department athletic director for competition* within his department, and by the nation il director of the Americanism commission for regional, sectional and final tournaments. Pictured above is the St Vincent College baeketball equad from Latrobe, Pa., -which will tangle with the mighty Pitt Panthers on next Monday evening at the Pitt Stadium in Pittsburg. Pitt is recognized as national chanipe and though St. Vincent Gonovese and Furln, whose faces appear in thÂ« group of St Vincent College basket ball players s'hown elsewhere on this page were mernibera of Ray Welsh's North Union Township High School team last season. The former is high scorer of Clem Crowe's organization. i A Strong Woman! East Huntingdon Loses Close Game To Derry Passers ALVERTON, Maich 8.--East Huntingdon Township High passers lost a single point decision to Derry Township at Derry las night. The tally was 17 to 16. Aiverton made a great stand in the flnal quarter, scoring nine points while holding the home club to one. Howitzers Lose To Bearcats at Armory, 44-25 George Trump and MB fighting Bearcats registered another victory over tho Howitzer basketball team at the State Armory last night. In the second half the Bearcats opened a passing attack which brought basket after basket. The flnal count was 44-25. The first two periods were hard and evenly fought. When the half closed the victors had a three-point margin which grew rapidly in the third and fourth quarters. G. Mossholder led the scoring with eight field goale and Jaros and Sylers kept the Howitzers in the game with is given no chunco of bentlng them the) will go intp the game am make a desperate attempt to ho! 1 the Panthers to a reasonable scon while petting a few more polntfi tha some other toams have made there. The game with Pitt on Mond ly will McGee Recommended To McGraw for Glint* The line-up: Derry Twp.--17. Graham --'.. Braden Johnson Abbaticchlo ..... - E. Huntingdon--1C. F Shaeffer F ,,,,.. Hyckell C Etcher G Crosby . G. King 1--If Ferrari ... Score by period i: Derry Township . G G Bast Huntingdon 2 3 Substitutions--Wilson for Shaeffer, Shaeffer for Hjakell, Andrish for Blcher, Tomechko for Crosby, Lemmon for King, Piper for "Wilson, Wilson for Piper, llyskell for "Wilson, Depto for Shaeffer. Field goals--Giaham 4, Braden. 3, Ferrari, Shaeffer 3, AndrJsh, Tomechko, Lemmon Foul goals--Derry Township, 1 out of 2; East Huntingdon, 4 out of 8. Referee--Lynch. LEAGUE OF NATIONS WINS IN DUCKP1NS The league 01 Nations team won throe garn-oÂ» fn in the Baltimore Ohio Accountant H ou the Klk alleys laat night. Sohonage- was hjgh with 499. The scores: B. O. ACCOUNTANTS. MRS. V.U,YLAW M A K K Y M 1 A H . The pcopl-' of this v k l n l l v will have an oppurtui Uy t/t witnessing oua oÂ£ the greatest acts ot strength evej to be stitKfd Alien on Sunday evenhin j at 7 o'rloiV Mr and M i s Waldylaw I MakyiulaK of \VÂ«usiw, foland, ip- lÂ»ar at the Polish American Club at Kveson Waldylaw, a Â«56-pound giant of strength, w i l l show just wh.it a human bodv can do H will not be alone in hi pfforts for h s wife (pictured abovf ) who K rntPd the strongest woman in thÂ« Â« f l I . w i l l h\ there to show t h a t the fe-malp at the specie;* is ible to Jtfullin -_ Heecl G. Prlnkey ... Frisohnaller ., 1'auzella, ._ Zimma . Lohau -- Â«. Totals LEAGUE I'ittsiniiit - _ ....195 85 ,,... 97 ,,.. .121 172 124 97 137 70 112 91 109 136 116 437 413 85 303 334 79 116 So lion u go Totals _ . 651 600 57 1817 NATIONS. WJ8 '122 105 395 1)8 175 419 101! 152 351 11 y 2i 7 44i 9 1!2 177 499 673 634 S2C S133 Many Connel svilliaiiB will go to MorKantown ti tiiKht to see Charley H y a t t and Slip ''ill Panthers in action Â·iR.iinM Uto Vl( intaiiicers Most fans resUI/c thÂ« v I'olt HI f l u b w i l l bp facing a Â»o\ero teal. lour baskets each. The line-up: Bearcats--44. G. Mossholder . Cypher S. Mossholder ~ Trump Witt ~~ F. .. C. . G. . -',_ G. . Howitzers--S5. Vaughn Lucky . Sylers Scott ,,__,,-.._- Jar OB for Vaughn, Substitutions--Kesler Mansbu,ry for Scott. Field goals--G. Mo'ssholder Cypher 6, S. Mpssholder B, Trump 4, Lucky 2, Sylers 4, Jaroa 4, Kesler. Foul goals--Howitzers, 3 fiut ot S; Bearcats, none out of none. Referees--Ro bolus and Stoner, bring St. Vincent's second season o varsity basketball to a close and mud credit is due to Coach Clom Crowe fo bringing his team up to Â«uch rocognl tion in the ehort space ot two years. Patronized those wlio advertise. West Side Team Beats Greenwood Methodist Five Directory of All Baseball Clubs Desired; Managers to Notify Courier Sports Dept. -Â® Sports Comment By JOHN H. WIIORIC. There's going to be much activity Thursday Bight, March 13, at the lavish Hall when the Oonnellsville Athletic Club puts on another of ito popular amateur fistic program which should draw a crowd that will tax the opacity of the spacious auditorium. Seven matches that will provide real action and keep the hnÂ»e gathering 1 keenly interested are to be arranged by matchmaker and trainer, Billy Carter, who already has started Lhe boys' regular workouts. A word to the sport fan--There's one consolation when you go to an amateur fistic card. You know that you'll get your money's worth in action and that there's no opportunity of a Phil Scott carnivaj. The simon pures crawl through the ropes for honor and glory--cash being out of question--and this virtually guarantees a world of battle. A man by the name ot Fred Bngle- harl, genial physical director of the Navy Y. M. C. A., has se/eral score medals for winning place in various athletic contests, inoluoing broad jump, hop-step-jump, dash and etc. His ten rules, for success in athletics are given as thus: Live nwxlerately, do lots of walking, keep rerular sleeping hours., no pastry with meals, no smoking or drinking, no turkey trotting, eight hours -work, regular mÂ«als run. your own ract always and keep at it persistently. Uso our classified advertisement. Bernard McGee, catcher, v M recommended to John McQ Â»w by j Tammany Chief Curry. UeQe* !Â· jshofrlng some fln* work bÂ«) ind th* Ibat M he train* with thÂ» N w York' Giants at San Antonio, Ten aa. The West Side basketball team won another game at the Greenwood M. E. Church gymnasium last night, defeating the Methodists by a score of 27-18. The Weat Sld-crs had the upper hand all tho way through the fast contest. Tom McCleary was the high scorer for the victors, registering four times and his passing kept the club out in front. Martin, of the Methodists, equalled McCleary's record in point getting. The line-up. West Side--27. Isola Bobbins McCleary .... Declementl , Shrum Methodists--18. F. --r_,. B. Jaynes Witt ,. Martin _. G. DeBolt _ C. DeBolt P. C G G. Substitutions -- Poiser for Sbrum, Prinkey for Declementi, Bmerick for G. DeBolt. Field goals -- Isola 3, Bobbins 2, McCleary 4, Shrum, Declementi 2, Poiser, B. Jaynea 3, "Witt, Martin 4, G. DeBolt Foul goals -- West Side, 1 out of 3; Method IB ts, 1 out of 2. Referee -- Trump. Classified Advertisements When placed in the columne of The Courier bring results. Try them. u Yanking" Themselves Into Shape Manager Bob Shawkey himself puts his iquad of f know i at Professor Babe Ruth, Sultan of Sw*t and potential New York Yankee diamond stars through King f Klout. -ThÂ« boys go through this drill every their strenuous sattJnjr-up exercises. The familiar worn ng as a part of their rigorous Spring training looking (Â«ntlÂ«m*n IB th* cÂ«ntor ot the group Is in pi paration for a bl* season back how*. Mayor H. D. Minerd, an advocate o community sports for C onnellaville, apparently is the figure behind the Junior American Legion Baseball League. "Dan 1 ' la an active Legionnaire and he's a great believer in the right kind of athletics for the boys. Not that it matters but--Pug Cafferty's going to hold another boxing show. He says he lost some money on ^he last program. The Uniontown News-Standard continues to misinform 1UÂ» readers. ThÂ« other day the following paragraph appeared: "Dunbar staggered through to victory this year. Without Hon- josky, Us stellar eager of last year, Dunbar was not so impressive this year, Perryopolte ami SeWtckley scared the noble followers of the Leisenring school at 'least three times." Winning 14 out of 16 starts is some stagger and 1 don't mean maybe. And how Sewickley did scart D, T. In the flrst game at Leisenring they wop by 18 points and then in the second at the Herminie gym, the Red and Black only chalked up a 22-pomt edge. We hope tor more such BC ires. Ninetynine per cent of the close followers followers of the Leiaeni lag team will vouch for the tact that the 1930 combination could trim tho 1929 quintet with Honjosky holding lite own. Dunbar this seÂ»son had a well balanced macfcine and its great au ccess is not attributed to any one indi vidual who on many occasions might min the entire club as has had happened many time?. Boxing Fans Will Get Treat Thursday At Local Program Boxing fans are due for a real treat during the Lenten seison when on Thursday evening, March 13, the Con- nellBVille' Athletic Club will present one of tho best amattur flati; cards ever to be witnessed In this region. Seven three-round bouts are scheduled between the beai. boys In the Fay-West district. Teddy Mancusc, the local featherweight, is to battle Johnny Nagy who hails from Masontown. Nagy is anxious to add tho Coker *.o his already long list of victories ind Teddy will be on his toes hi ordr to check his opponent in a decisive manner. Teddy has already met and defeated some of the best boys in this vicinity and if he is able to conquer Nagy, it will be a feather in his hat. Joe Vargosky, the Youngwood mauler who has been fighting under the colors of the Conue Isvllle Athletic Club, will have his bawls full when he steps three roun-ls with Young tfrancesk, reprJsentinK th-e West Newton Athletic Club, These boys are mixers ami fans are assured plenty oÂ£ hard wallops. Reuorts emanating from Youugwood indicates that Joe will come to Conns!! villc backed by a large delegation of home fans. Jimmy Giachettl of Uniontown meets Russ Sickles if West Newton and Young Gorcheck ot' Masontown encounters Red Vt*ts of West Newtou in two of ihe other bouts, Three more are to be arranged. Babe Hulh has rjectcd thÂ« compromise offer of C'oUinel J^ko Eup- pert, owner of tho NV w York Yankees. The offer was $86,DOo for this year or $80,000 for each of uoxt two season*. Mayor H. D. Minerd List of Potential Teams Be Procured. ^, Â« Â· Â» Â· Â» ! SEVERAL LOOPS MAY BE FORMED Just how many potential baseball teams are there in Oonnellpville la a question those interested In. the organization of a City League and one or two other loops are asking. In another month the -weather will probably be favorable to outdoor practice and the earlier the start, the better the prospect for complete schedules. Mayor H, D. Minerd, who la much interested in the promotion of the game a^ a community activity! has suggested that clubs which anticipate being active this season get in touch with the sports editor of The Courier, giving information as to age ot players, experience and whether or not they would like to be enrolled Jn loop. Beginning next week, despite tho fact that many of the teams havo not progressed further than preliminary discussion, this paper will announce any organization which is certain it will havo representatives on tho diamond. In that manner some idea oÂ£ the league prospects will be obtained. Within a few weeks it is hoped to be able to call the managers of the various teams together and hold meetings at which organization plans will be laid. There's nothing so thrilling on a bright summer day as the smack of hickory against the leather hide of a baseball and if the yonng athletes ot the city get behind the movement which has been begun by Mayor Minerd, it is evident there will be plenty of fun for tht idle hours. Not only will it give those athletically inclined something to do, but will provide entertainment for hundreds of others. WEST NEWTON HIGH DOWNS COKER (MS IN CLOSE CONTEST The West Newton High School girls scored a 14-11 decision over the Coker sextet Thursday night at the High School gymnasium. A good crowd was on hand to see the contest. FROM 30WNNY By aOY GROVE Central Prett Byorti Writer /"GOLFERS, in beginning, should \JT realize there are many ways to learn tho game. We mean that the game Is founded on a general principle from start to finish, but that dod not exclude one from Ustng: Individual naturalness to develop their golf. AU professionals have their peculiarities. This is very noticeable en the putting green and la Just as radical on the tee, but is hidden by the power of the stroke, for that reason It Is very difficult to Imitate the drive 'of your favorite golfer. Jonnny Far rail has a very peculiar putting form which Is all In hlÂ« bands He digs the nail of his right thumb Into the leather of hie putter. Johnny says tht* method keep* the wrists working In a straight tin*. Thti also lessens the danger of "roll- Ing wrists," which sends the putt to the right or the left of the cup. Whether this is true or not it Is i Farrell's belief, it may be taken n form, or confidence. Hagen's putting Is considered the finest. Ills utance ts wide [pen, with feet far apart as Illustrated In th* drawing The ball Is played well oft the right foot, his elbows are cloee to the body and his put/Ing ts don* with the wrists. His game IM much the earn* throughout:. wb?rÂ»u Parrell's differ* with almost every shot.. KarrÂ«ll'e feet are close together on the green and wide apart on the tee Between these points hln stance varies the distance ef the stieL *,,'