The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 28, 1938 · Page 5
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February 28, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2S, 193S, THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PA'GE FIVE. Basketball Basketball SportoriaEs By JOED? H. TVHOBIC Sjiorts Editor LOTS Or LUCK, GENE Gene Hasson, ConnclIsvlUe's major league bascballcr, is at "Lake Charles, La, where today he began the spring training season with Connie Mack's Athletics. The local first sackcr has to knock off about 10 pounds he picked up during the winter but should do this easily in getting Into condition. ' The 75-year-old pilot of the Phil- ndclphia Americans isn't demanding that Hasson set the league on fire in his first complete season Sn the big top, believing that if he can pound the apple at a .250 clip during his initial campaign he'll have done a highly satisfactory job. During the month Gene was with the Athletics last fan he hit .SOS and fielded perfectly. "They won't bounce me for not doing my best," Hasson told us before his departure Friday night for Philadelphia where he joined other Maekmcn for the trip South. Hasson has the best wishes of the people ot Connellsville and community who want to see him make good in the majors. He's the type that is n credit to athletics and those who know him are enthusiastic about his chances. RECALLS CENTENNIAL GAME Harry S. Jobes of Fast Fairvicw avenue, president of the Northern Fayclte County Baseball League, today recalled a 13-innmg baseball Rome played here on Saturday, July 21, 1906, at the time ot the centennial. It was Harry's bid into the diamond sport ond he was the shortstop for the McKccsport team that played Scottdale and which the Millers captured, 5 to 4. The box score of that game Scottdale AB.R.M.PO.A.E. 2b Stevenson, Porter, Ib Cramer, c Hunter, mf -Bowser, mf-c . Unrue, rf Bail, 3b Stoner, If Cookson, ss -Stewart, p 2 3 S 12 Totals McKccsport H. Schultz, Ib . McCloskey, 2b , Weiser, c Hurtman, 3b -J. Schultz, rf _ Robinson, If _ Plumb, p Jobcs, ss __»__ Watson, mf -46 5 12 39 11 1 AB.R.H.PO.A.E. COKERS CAPTjURE SWIMMING TITLE , . ! Second Game of Series For City Title Tonight Finds Quintets Primed Locals Score in Eight Of Nine Events to Walk Off With League Crown Totals 47 4 10x38 20 5 xNon out when ·winning run was scored. Scoring by innings- Scottdale 001 002 100 000 1--5 McKeesport _030 000 010 000 0--4 Nine Boys Qualify for Regional Finals at Slippery Rock Pool. DUQUESNE HIGH LOSES PENNANT The swimming team of Connellsville High School, undefeated to date in sc\en meets, walked oft with the championship of the Western Pennsylvania _ Interscholastic Athletic League' Saturday afternoon in the Carnegie Tech pool The athletes of Coach Alfred R (Red) Barr captured four of the eight first places to pile up 54 points despite the fact there were no contenders in the diving events. Lack of facilities for diving has resulted in the Orange and Black forfeiting this feature in the six dual meets that preceded the league tournament. The Cokers scored in eight of the nine events, tallying in all but the diving A recapitulation shows the locals took first in the two relajs, first in two individual races, four seconds and two fourths Taking second honors was Du- qucsne that had held the swimming crown for the two previous years and one of the clubs that the Cokers had whipped in dual competition Turtle Creek, Butler and Clnirton, also entered, had been victims of the local aquatic stars. Coach Barr used 17 boys in the swimming competition and nine of them qualified for the western regional meet of the Pensylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association that will be held at Slippery RocK. State Teachers College Saturday, March 5 Winners from this will then enter the State finals The Cokers received a large team trophy by \irtuc of their championship while the two relay teams vv ere R.vcn large plaques while each member of the winning relay clubs were recipicrts c f gold mcdils First a"d second place winners qualified for the western rcg'onal meet and the locals who arc eligible follow: 150-yard medley relay--Colborn, Foley and KefTcr. BITS HERE AND THERE A highly technical reason for loss of athletic ability by persons passing the age of 30 was advanced by Dr. Virgil Halhday, anatomy instructor in Still College of Osteopathy at Des Moines Lack of outstanding athletes over 30 is duo to reduced elasticity of the "nucleus palposus of the intcr- vcrtebral disk," he said. These elas- .tic disks lose their sponghiess in persons past 30 thereby reducing the pleasure of exercise as well as agility. . . Never before have we heard as much booing as Referee Rhodes and Umpire Preston Ditty got Friday night at Pitt Stadium during the Dunbar-Dormont game--from both sides of the pa\ihon. It sounds like sour Slopes but we believe Dormont should have been scored with at least six touchdowns instead of field goals . . Sir Charles V Brooke, white rajah of Sarawak, slid he had restored to his daughter, Princess Baba, the $3,000 annual allowance he stopped when she married Bob Gregory, the wrestler . . . Norman "Tinker" Ridgley, Specn's (England) top darts player, stayed in hiding as his bnde-to-tw, Ishbel MarDonald, presented a coveted darts cup to the district winner. Friends say he was too shy to face his cronies from miles about for the first time since his engagement was announced . . . No less than eight tunes was the Dunbar-Dormont score tied up and the six-point margin at the end of the game was the largest edge cither five held ... Fayettc County Schoolmen's Club will meet in April at the call of President J. Nelson Mowls to make plans for the annual track and Held event. Since the W. P. I A. L program will be held on May 21, the county meet probably will be conducted May 14. Just where it will be held is indefinite ... Referee Art Donovan, whose opinion rates high, sjjs Joe Louis will kayo Max Schmelmg in June, that "He has the greatest left jab I've ever seen ... He could Knock some good men out with it in time and it would cut anyone to ribbons in 15 rounds." But Joe Jacobs, Schmclmg's manager, insists I.GUIS "is a sucker for a right." ... It can now be revealed that Cbauncey Mnves and Pip Booth of Bedstone Township High were authors of the 1 .tor that charged wholesale ellgibil- v \ lolations and demanded a house- ·! inmg, particularly in Section 14 nrlh Union then decided to start the icworks. The rest is history . . . \ lluUt goal that scoied when it i nooned off a foe's skate gave Pitts- i uii-h Hornets a 1-0 win over Syra( UM . International-American League (It fending ch imps ... Pitt basketecrs won Carn« the Pittsburgh title, beating Tech, 36-30 tnrough aid of Bob Johnson's long shots First squad of Pirates leaves Wednesday morning for the training camp at San Bernardino, Cal. . . . Joseph M. Critchflcld of Confluence is Som- Continuwl on Pose Ten 200-yard free style relay--Blacka, Beighlcy, Sapolsky and Bovlc 50-yard free style--Keffer 100-yard breast stroke--Folcy and Peterson 100-yard back stroke--Colborn and Black 220-yard free style--Mmerd The exciting moments for the Orange and Black were Bill Blacka's victory over Schwamberger of Clair. ton In one of the heads of the 100- yard back stroke with the Cokcr making a great finish to be it the mghly touted opponent; and Irish Boyle's fine performance as anchor man on the 220-yard relay club to finish ahead of the Wilmerding boy by inches The summary of the scoring follows- Connellsville, 54; Duqucsnc, 37, Wilmerding, 24, Sewicklcy, 12, CHIr- ton, 11; Turtle Creek, 10, Butler, five, and Vandergrift, three. The summary of the competition 100-yard breast stroke--Won by Folcy, Connellsville, Peterson, Connellsville, second; Steimer, Duquesne, third, Mosko, Duquesne. fourth; Time Martinlck, Duquesne, fifth 1:184 100-yard tock stroke--Won by Colborn, Connellsville, Blacka, Connellsville, second, Rubai, Vondcrgrift, third; Mason, Wilmcrdmg, fourth, Rubosky, Duquesne, fifth. Time 1:12 8. 220-yard free style--Won by Calolich, Duqucsnc; Mmerd, Connellsville, second, Kite, Wilmcrdmg third, Clemmcr, Conncllsville, fourth, Olynank, Duquesne, fifth Time 2 4 4 1. 100-yard free style--Won by Morgan, St-Wickley, Men/ics Duquesne, second; Rowlcs, Wilmerding, third, Beigholy, Comullsvillc, fourth; Re- bosky, Duquesne, fifth Time 59 6 50-yard free style--Won by Morgan, Sewickley; KcfTcr, Connellsville, second; Flanagan, Duquesne, third, Boyle Connells\ ille, fourth; Adamson, Clairton, fifth. Time 26 seconds (Tics W. P. I. A. L. record ) Diving--Won by Coyle, Wilmei- ding; Shatter, Turtle Cieek, second, Oelcr, Duquesne, third; Lunger, Clairton, fourth, Loucks, Butler, fifth Winner's points 681. 150-yird medley relay--Won by Connellsville (Colborn, Foley and Keller}; Clairton, second, Duquesne, third; Turtle Cicck, fourth, Wilmcr- dmff, fifth Time 1 34 2 200-yard medley rela--Won b Connellsville (Blacka, Bojlc, Bughley and Supolskj), Wilmerding, second Duquesne third, Butler, fourth, Turtle Creek, fifth Time 1 M 8 Onions Kout Bandit RENO, Nev, Feb. 28--An improvised tcar-gis bomb routed a icbbei at the grocery of Henr R Bi ew stcr Lujack Sets Scoring Pace In Section 9 Alhe Lujack, Connclisville High School's brilliant fonvard, walked oft with individual scoring honors in Section 9 during the pnst season n the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League when he tallied a total of 229 points by sinking 77 field goils and B5 fouls Running in second position is Arthur Graft ot Scottdale v;ho made a great finish to move ahead of Tanase of Johnstown and Johnson of Greensburg who deadlocked for third. The Mill Towner racked UP 49 two-pointers and 37 chirity tosses for a total of 135 while the pair in a dead heat for third had 125 points each, the Jawn VMth 52 field goals and 21 fouls and the Westmoreland capital 1 id with 47 double-deckers and 31 fiec heaves Stough of Norwin with 113, Jordin of Johnstown with 109 and Ridl of Nonwm with 100 \vfcrc the other bns- kctccrs in the division who scored a century or more points during the circuit competition As far as has been learned, the scoring record of Lujack is the best for the entire league The complete scoring records for Section 9 basketccrs follow G. F. Pts Lujack, CoXers - Grnft, Scots Tamse, Jawns _ _ Johnson, Gbg _ StouRh, Norwin -Jordan, Jawns Rovve, Gbg Steffcn, Gbg Ridl. Norvvin Zyvith Gbg Mosscna, Latrobe Coles, Norvvin Showman Cokers ,, Hudnik, Ramsay Sterner, Jas Tragessor, Jiys Darby, Norwin Ellsworth. Jawns Zcarlcy, Scots Byers, Scots Murthi, Ramsay Hohn, Jays Queer, Rimsay Sinkey, Latrobc Broker, Jas 15 Lent7, Ramsiy 19 Gaudmo, Ramsay 16 Reed, Cokers 19 Damico, R imsay 17 Hough, Latrobe 19 Steel% Latrobe 20 Marakas, Cokers 20 Shannon, Jnwns _ _ 14 Anderson. Norwin 1G Cataldo, Ja»s . 17 Bjbcl Scots 10 Skemp, Scots 8 Kelly, Jays 14 Stipa, Cokers 11 Lanzino, Rnmsay 14 Walters, Jays 12 Boltz, Jawns 11 Yanarclli, Latrobe 11 Ballantyne, Latrobc _ 9 Akcrs, Scots 8 Zelcnka. Ramsny 1 Colograndc oLtrobc 9 Lander^, Jays 13 Pierce, Norwin 8 Keough, GbK . _ "i Slick, Jawns ,, _ 6 Vcnet, Jawns S Hnllim, Gbg -- 6 Zalich, Gbg 5 McGulrc, Latrobc - 6 Keim, Latrobe 3 Pagnanclli, L itrobe 4 Stoup, Jawns ~ * Murray, Jnwns 4 While, Scots ( 2 Stofko, Jawns , 5 Kuhns, Noi win 4 O!s?cwski, Cokers 2 Slicchnn, Jawns T B-uighmnn, Jajs i Cole, J lys T McCluie-, Cokeis 3 Province, Scots 3 Corsi, Gbg J Whitlow, Jimcs 2 Boltz, Jawns 2 Crowell, Jays -- 2 Loughner, Norwm . 3 Shearer, Joys . 2 Karmazin, Jawns _ 3 Funk, Norwm 0 Murray, Cokers _ 1 Stipp. Gb? _ _ 1 Pierce, Norvvin 1 Mowry, Norvvin 1 SPORTS /SIDELIGHTS Bump on Head Cost!}. CLEVELAND, Feb 28--Tony Piks 23, has rccened a 30-day suspended sentence in the \vorkhouse--because of a bump on his he id Tony told the judge he was lunning down th stieel when lie bimjcd his head on a fire-alarm box The impact made ! ony "see i eel and he jnillod the flrc alaim, costing the city $310 for i false alarm He. MAS ·L 6CAPUA1iO«J fttOtA MCM6AA Ml 1921, sr»J6 AsasT/Mir COACH ATM.IS AUAA *w.-rep. facet, catsiex., Assisreo AS Me yeAi?.c Ae. . 11 1017A-JOIOM. COACA A-t MhtlexrA m 1930 A»JO i eeFoRtt saris' -fo Recreation Center Boxers Will Resume Training Tonight Conncllsville Recreation Center boxers are requested to report to- night to start training for two prospective shows. All intciestcd in the sport arc- urged to report at the center, 110 South Arch street, at 7 30 o'clock Billy Carter and Teddy Mincuso will take charge of the workouts and explain what is planned. ® Youngwood High Cagers Conquer Mount Pleasant MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb 28 -Ramsay High finished on the short end of a 35 to 31 basketball sciap Friday night on the floor as Youngwood cimc through with a big drive in the final quarter The railroaders shaded the Bobc its from the free line. The line-ups Younffwood Stotler, 1 - _ Jones, f . P Brandt, c -Hudson, g J Brandt, g Rutter, i 2 Olsen, g - 0 Pts Totals -Ml Pleasant Lcntz, f -- Rudmk, f . C.iudmo, c Queer, g Damico, g Totals Score by periods Youngwood Mt. Pleasant Referee--Wilson 14 G 3 6 1 . 2 7 r.: 2 2 0 1 1 14 6 34 7 10 11--35 7 12 6--34 Oil Operator Dies FRANKLIN, Fcb 28 --Funeral services were planned today for Love A. Smith, 68, veteran Venango county oil man, who died after u two- weeks illness of heart disease. Smith was active in the Vcmngo oil fields for 15 years, and also was associated with several Masonic orders here and at Erie. Westmghouse Club Is Hopeful of Sweeping Meet for Gonfalon. CLASH LISTED FOR 8:45 SHARP Action galore will mark resumption of the city's independent championship tournament tonight at the Armory when Weslmghousc, defending champion, meets the Caseys in the second of a five-game series Much has been said about semblance of the current tilts to the much talked about Fral-Cascy jousts when rabid adherents jammed into every available inch of spacious Armory to laud the featj of their fivontes and razz the miscues of their rKals Joe May's lads are anxious to end the scries as soon as possible in order to be eligible to enter the county tournament and maintain the prestige they acquired last season when they won the county gonfalon. The Caseys are counting heavily on Fran lUiskmnis, who was unable to play in the opener, to swing victory to them . "Fran" has been a regular starter all season and his deadly "shooting ec" was sorely missed in the first engagement but with the star's return to. good health, Casey hopes have soared to new heights The preliminary will start at 7 30 o'clock with the main event scheduled to start promptly at 8 45 o'clock. Doors will be open at 7 o'clock. Approximately 500 fans attended the imtnl setto and arrangements arc being made to care for an even larger crowd with bleacher seat ac- commodaUons being provided. Additional Sports on Page Ten. SUHOCO QUICK PSCK-UP . ,. ... to jij2 your-out ttkeo.de INSTANT POWER ...at uotLt commnd tktugh Constables Gel WASHING ION P tcb Armed with an automatic, i robbei | Tint pail of the 1937 election code ordcicd Brewstei to hand o\ei the contents of the cash icgtstcr Erews- ter reached for his onion counter grabbed a half dozen nnri storied throwing them at the thief The robber fired once at the floor and nod j county couit of common pleas ruled winch piolubils p i j m c n t of const ' s and dc putics for SCIMCC at election polls docs not apply to such ofllccrs elected or appointed prior to IRC of the 1 iw, the Washington Mttde i wintei dtiviny / : '^

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