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PAGE TEN. ICa.SH JJAU^X UUUK1.KJU. UUlNlNUJL.L.SViJ-.i-.JBJ. JfA. WEDNESDAY. J1ARCH 15, 193!). Boxing THE Basketball THRILLERS MARK **J By JOHN II. WHORIC, Sports Editor *S A PROPER ANALYSIS OF COKER RECORD The answer to the win-less season oÂ£ Connellsville High School's basket- THREE SWIMMING STARS TO BE GRADUATED Three of Connellsville High School's swimming stars will be ball team is contained in an article graduated next June but prospects penned by Arnold Goldberg, Union- will remain bright for the water sport town sports editor. lie points out that little fellows, regardless of how good they play, arc much handicapped by height and reach of bigger opponents. One thing Goldberg was ciuick to notice was the passing ability of the "midgets," dubbing them the best combination in the under graduate tourney Thursday night at the South Union Court. Bill Doldc's teams ha\ c always come out of a season with the knack of handling the ball but no coach can produce a winner unless he has other requisites of the game--some lanky fellows with height and reach. Goldberg writes: "We heard quite a bit about the manneiisms of the 3938-39 Connellsville High School team of "midgets" and we tried to travel down to the You^'i City on a league night to watch Bill Dolde's Cokers in action but we never could find the time due to other league games in the district. But Thursday night at the South Union court, we saw that Coker "midgets" perform against Brownsville High in the undergraduate tournament. Most of the boys who wore j the Orange and Black for Cornells- defended its W. P. I. A. L. crown next year as most of this season's performers arc boys who will gel another whauk at the toga under the guidance o/ Coach A, R. (Hod) Barr. Eurl Cross, Bill Blacka and Jack Foley arc veteran seniors while Harry Dennis, another senior, while not a starter, has done well as a member of the varsity squad. There arc five juniors on the roster, Gerald Clemmer, Herbert Keffei, Ed- Dark Horse As Well First Round Battles OF FLOOR TOURNEY Field Spring Trials To Be Held March 18,19 Near Mount Pleasant Overholt Has No D i f - ficulty But Washington "Y" Meets Unexpected Reverse. The highly lavorcd Ovcrliolt te.im experienced little difticully in defeating the Leechburg Furns 61 to 40 ward Boyle, Robert Colborn and .Tun- ( Tuesday night in a first round game Score by quarters: Cnionlown Pickups [ IVeirwcolin Indians Referee--Ityutt. Umpit f--Log.ui. (i 10 8 fi 10--32 l(j--13 fiosl, f . Dalcv.ai. f G. ;3!cc!n:d;. c . ToinrmnMin, q, Shields, g ior Laugherty. Five sophomores,! of the Connellsvilie tourney being i L. Bledmck, i' who have done a nice bit of work and | conducted at the Armory. Canwrighl, John.stonpnugh, who should come around in great I Foltz and Hart were too much lor the Graft, f shape, arc Boyd, Frazier, Buttermore, I Furns. Baldwin and Bill Foley while Tom, In the oilier senior tussle the Mount Totals Coughenour and Jim Rush are fresh-! Pleasant Merchants, \ismg Joe Slam-'Paramount men who give promise of showing up! inko's reach and Elze's scoring ability splendidly after some seasoning. ConnellsviMe's mermen finished third :n the State meet, just two j losers passed to the best advantage defeated a very good Apollo team 40 to 31, The McMullcn, Jones, f Lucxak, points below Strong Vincent of Eric,' shots, and made their I McCoy, c. is, when "Big Joe'' was last year's championship five which i not lowering betweerf the shooter bowed to York. The Cokers ,im- i and the basket. proved their lot over 1937 when the ' The Washington "Y" Leaders, de- best work was two points in State meet, the relay club getting fifth place. The Orange and Black successfully ville during the past WPIAL campaign were participating in that first and took second in the western re- gionals. It'did fiot lose a single dual Pennsylvania Tot j Is Non-scoring Campbell, Laughrcy. Score bv quarters,: Shearers. Patsy Falvo, sensational [ Swissvale Merchants the i fending champions in the junior di:ting j vision, met with an unexpected reverse at the hands of the Jeannette Lopes, Landymorc, g 19 G. .3 . 1 . 0 .0 1 0 Pts. 8 TOURNEY GAMES TONIGHT Junior Clabs, UnioiUcnvn Myers Confectionery vs. Pe"Ty Commodores--7 o'clock. Rockwood Torpedoes vs. Donora Hera Id-Americans--1-A5. Sowitklcy Township Juniors vs. Pleasant Lexel Dairy--8:15. Liffhtu'cisht Class. LUPI Club, Mount Pleasant vs. L;iurel H i l l CCC--11. Senior Ciuss. S[)ih.!k-C:i!ioys vs. Berlin Ex-High --H-30. Huwir/.ers vs. iUorgantown Coca Cola--!0. Â·1 -12 F. Pts 1 7 1 3 2 2 0 0 U 4 1 1 7 17 substitutes--Swaliop, WashinRton guard, had an ofT night while Tragcssor was on for Jejnnette, pacing his team to a 35-24 victory- round tourney encounter. \ meet against Western Pennsylvania The fast-stepping S-.vissvale Mer- Connellsville has'without doubt the schools. ! chants lived up to their reputation best passing outfit that has shown! The outlook for 1339-40 is bright j by mopping up the Paramount in the competition. But the Yough | but a little more application on the I Juniors 42 to 17. This well-aged club lacks height and in this day and [.part oÂ£ some at the boys can even | jtrr.ior team is a favorite to win th-a age of basketball a big man under the j make the picture a rosy one, even i classification, basket, offensively and defensively, j such lhat there would be chances cun make it tough for two little fel- of getting into the fight for the Penn- Parair.ount . Referee--Logan. Umpize--Hyatl. c lows. Brownsville had Sutton and Taylor undei- the hoop on the defense and when the Cokers left fly they had to make their shots count for they seldom secured the ball on the rebound. The Cokers passed until they got one of their mites in the clear. They handled the ball cleanly and cleverly. The feinted and faked, they dribbled, pivoted, but Brownsville had in Paul 'Â·Buck" Sutton, a six foot one inch center who was "hot" and his 21 points sank the Coker ship regardless of its supremacy in floor work. We happened to be keeping score during the game and the Coker subs reported to us. When kids like T. Jones and McCoy came up to the desk to report we thought for a minute that the undergrad affair had become a junior high tourney. McCoy could probably walk under Button's legs without bending his neck. But the kids could shoot that basketball. And they no doubt could have won the game, the score was 40-39, for they missed 14 out of 19 fouls, McCoy missing seven straight. Still another outstanding junior five was the Nemacolin Indians. These sylvania gonfalon. Athletei jnusl | boys, an honest junior squad, played brilliant gnrne butl*. on sound pnss- t ing and accurate shooting. They h^d to be good to defeat a tenacious j Uniontown pickup quintet. -43-32. j W. Clingan, a boy with only one keep in condition all of the time and swimmers especially so. Saturday finds the curtain coming down on the current season with the swimmeis entered in the Carnegie Washington Shanks, f Gorby, f Fun:lu'::in. 1 Sa.se, c K.ilvo, K i Aloe, g i Johnston, g 6 14 14--42 T 2 B--17 G. 1 0 j 1 3 Six Games Boo In Floor Tourney For This Evening The tourney schedule at the Stale Armory tonight will consist of six clii.ssy gnnu-*s, Lnst night, m an attempt to cut down the entries, seven Crimes were run of}' but this proved to be too ] onfi a program and from now on six battles u*ill mn'ce up the CITY RECREATION CENTER NOTES nightly card. Tonight's games will 3 lark the first tourney appearance of the Spishak- Caseys, Fayette county champions. The Careys will line up against the Berlin Ex-High quintet, a stranger to local teams. Another feature attraction in the senior bracket will be the crack Morgantown, \V. Va., Coca-Colas who K. I'li. will clo battle with the local Howitz- 1 3 j ers. The "Morgantown passers scored 0 0 I a sensational victory over the Casey 1 ' } club ;t the Armory early this year, - -i j anct is the first out-of-State team to (J - | compete in the Comielisville tourney. - 4 i The mountaineers are a!l ex-Univer- 0 J jsiiy of V/eh: Virginia stars. Tech relays. But the boys who will be baclc next year can keep right on improving themselves in every way possible so that they- can produce better results when they go after more laurels next term. BACK WILD LIFE BILL One of the best bills ever enacted by Congress to aid wild life is the PHtman-Robertson act which, in brief, allocates a certain sum each hand, played a spunky game for U n - ' sht '" rrr - f iontown and was the favorite of the j Tr.-ixcs^ur, crowd. ; Juctu. c In the two lightweight division j ^. v * in - '^ games, Bakers Garage defeated Scott- S'.emer, Â£ dale Clover Farm 30 to 27 and the Jacklown Hotel Cardinals took over the Kooser CCC boys of Somerset 27 to 13. The line-ups: Lightweight Class. Baker's Garage G. Cole. H;iugh:lKiii, it G. 1 1 The junior bracket will feature the -- ] Donora Herald-Americans, the Rock- 24 , wood Torpedoes, Sewieklcy Township ' Juniors and several other fast stepping young quintets. Tru: ionu iiuhtv.x-ight g (1 rne will be "n ibe Luin Club of Mount in and the Laurel Hill CCC Pis Ple.it. boys. Totals . 14 7 Knn-.srurmK .substitute--Benny Scnri' hy qti:i: lefs- Va.';hmt-'ton V !i .': 35 BITS HERE AND THERE Boswell defeated Everett, 27-25, to become the District 5, P. I. A. A., basketball championship outfit and a contender for the State high school crown. Boswell was the runner-up to Somerset'in the Somerset County Class A T eague but knocked off that county's capital quintet-in the~county eliminations for the right to tackle the Tussey Mountain League entry . . . Coach Chipper Charlie Hyatt's Barleyville's Oilers breezed to" a lopsided 78-24 win over the Butte, Mont., Boosters in the A. A. U. championship tourney being held in Denver, Colo., Cnipper is well remembered here for sparkling play while a member of Uniontown High School and University of Pittsburgh quintets . , . Paul Thompson, veteran forward, has signed a one-year contract to manage the Chicago Black- hawks hockc;- team during the 193940 season . . The man named to succeed Jock Sutherland as head football coach at the University of Pittsburgh will not be announced until late this week according to James (Whitey) Hagan, director of athletics. The man mentioned most-prominently as a successor to the famed Sutherland is Charles W. Bowser, Pitt grad- duate and one-time assistant to Sutherland . . . Dick Bartell, National League shortstop, obtained by the Clubs from the Giants in the biggest trade of last winter, has been admitted io n hospital in Avalon, Cnl,, for treatment of numbness in his left foot . . . Pie Traynor's managerial record since he took up the Pirate reins when George Gibson stepped down on June 19.- 1934, has been a marvel of consistency. Since that lime the Pirates have won 389 victories as against 321 defeats for a creditable percentage of .548 . . . Basketball fans who aren't taking in the tournament at State Armory are missing some classy exhibitions. Six contest are run oft' nightly. year to the various states for use in '. Herchko, I wild life restoration activities. The I Tikey, I .. ._ money for this work is to be taken j Smidtke. c ._ from the 10 per cent excise tax or. Parker, g sporting arms and ammunition. Last PaviochaK. g TM. . year Congress appropriated $1,000,000 to fulfill the purpose of this bill. Word has come from officials of the American Wild Life Institute that plans are afoot to curtail the wild life restoration fund in spite of the fact that conservation authorities .show undeniable proof that our wild 6 14 10 0--2! 5--15 .Senior 1! . I Totals Scotldulc D. Eicher, f ... Jezweski, f . -- _. 3 J. Skemp, c 1 Lipps, g . 1 Bainbridge, 2 2 , Ovrrholl 30 Tulle y, f ['Ls,' Car;wri};ht, C, | Fult/, : 11 Hart, g 3 i MrCot mid-.. 4 Sproat . F. Pts. RED CROSS LIFE SAVING COURSE OPENS TONIGHT A 13-hour p: tiiiifiuiiiry I-OUI-.C under the d.rcction training ot the By WALTER MiSKtNlij The Connellsville Recreation Center men's ping-pong club will play host to the Greensburg Y. M. C. A. Thursday evening, at the center. The matches are scheduled to get under way at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Included Hochwalt M e m o r i a l Club to Sponsor Four Separate Events. MANY RIBBONS TO BE AWARDED in the local lineup be George Soisson, Pete Caretti, Frank Secan, Bobbie Toth. and Joe Ray. The Westmoreland countians handed the locals a setback earlier in the season. Latest results in the City Horseshoe League found knocking off East the West Park Side two straight games, 50-25, 50-26. Hackney and Ference tossed for the West Siders while Howard and S. Nelson did the pitching for the East Parkers. Friday's results saw the South Side trim North End in Jour successive matches. For South Side were Conway, Corvm and Urbach. North End had Keno, Barnhart, Evans and Peterson. Both divisions of the City Recreation Center Basketball League will resume Saturday at the State Armory. Due to the fact that several tournament games will be played in the afternoon it will be necessary to commence the league games at 9 A. M. and continue straight through until 1 P. M. Schedule for Saturday follows: Willow Inn vs. North End, 9 A. M.. Comets vs. St. Rita Juniors, 9:-!0 A. M., Streamliners vs. Oglevee's, 10:20 A. M., Leisenring vs. Para- Thc Hochwult Memorial Amateur Field Trial Club will hold its first spring trials, on the old Shields Farm, two miles north of Mount Pleasant, Saturday and Sunday, March 18 and 19. A, F. Fulliek of Canonsburg and Donald Turril! of Laughlintown will officiate as judges in all states. The puppy and shooting dog stakes will run Saturday and. the derby and all age stakes will be run Sunday. All stakes run in the order named. Drawings on the grounds preceed- ing each stake. No entries accepted after the drawing. The entry fees- m all stakes is ?2. Ribbons and useful prizes will be awarded the owners of all dogs placed first, second and third in the different stakes. All er.tries from non-members will be accepted in the'order received to flll out our two-day program, after all entries of our members have been made. All dogs, in all stakes, must be mounts, 11 A. handled by an amateur, as deflnedjn Article III, Section 2, of our club constitution. The ages of all dogs running in the puppy and derby stakes, must be verified by registration certificate, breeders certificate or affidavit. To get to the grounds, leaving Mount Pleasant, go west on Route 31, Pleasant Level, 11:40 A. M., and Hillcrest vs. Dawson, 12:20 P. M, Officials of the league urge all teams to be on time so that no delay in starting games will result.. Greenwood vs. [ turn right, about quarter mile after Recreation Center volleyball team will begin practice sessions again tins week in order to get in trim for the Western Pennsylvania volleyball tourney to be held at Downtown Y. M.,C. A. in Pittsburgh in the near leaving borough limits, and follow the srrows. Entry blanks may be procured by writing the secretary, Lloyd C. Koontz, 204 South Diamond street, Mount Pleasant. be good results next fall. Inasmuch as the home field is not completed, eight of the nine games wiil be played away from home. Only one, that with South Hunting- First Circus Comes To Town on May 10 Set aside this date kiddies-Wednesday, May 10--for that is the day the circus comes to Connellsville for the first time this year. Cify Council agreed to permit a one-day showing at its meeting Monday night. life resources need the protection of the full amount of approximately $3,250,000 which is realized annually j from the 10 per cent tax on the sale | of approximately $32;500,QDO -worth ' of arms and ammunitions bought by sportsmen every year. The sportsmen pay-the tax. It is only fair and right that this money should be spent on wild life restoration. Every sportsman should be in agreement with this plan and take the opportunity to make himself be neard by writing to his representative or senator in favor of it. This will take only a few minutes and it is one way in which you can do your part to help reestablish better hunting throughout the United States. Totals Score by quarters: taker's G.iragc Top Place In Dartbat! Loop In^Balance" A mad scramble is being made for first place in the Church Dartball League. Greenwood, by taking two from the Evangelicals, eliminated the South Siders from the running and have a good chance of finishing in Unlonton'u -N'on-tujnng substitutes -- Drool- t u | 14 I 3 2 64 S, J. Totals .. Non-scoring substitutes Balcgo. Koo.ser CCC G. iMichlo, f _ .. _.. 2 Hiner, f 2 Carr, c _ 1 Slavich, g .. ..,, ,,_ i Brulscher, g _ o Totals 6 Non-scoring substitutes -Mapstone, McCovyan. Score by quarters: Jacktown 3 6 Konser CCC 4 o Referee--Logan. Umpire--Hyatt. Votn f . Mayz.icu, f . . . _ . _ Ruinali, r . , Knsuoa, g Fri^cus, Â£ Margho-no, g Totals Score by quarters: Ovcrholt All Klnrs Lecchburg r'urns Rc-ferco--MtClure, Umpnc--Hade O. 8 4 -1 0 0 F. Pis. 1 17 0 4 40 FByette County Ch.iptcr, American Hod Cross Life Saving Committee will be give:i bcsinnuiR at 8 o'clock tonight at the Uniontuwn Y. M. C. A. poo!. Thia initial course includes all life saving examiniTx, instructors and .seniors coming within the age limit. It is essential that all who desire to qualify as instructors complete not only this preliminary course but the cour.-v which is immediately to follow. Tho hitter v, ill be supervised by Hubert G. Zubuid of the National Red Cross itnll. Further instructions will be given to those in ^tlend.'incc Ui;s evcjung. 13 Junior Class. the top position. The Baptists went into second place by virtue of three victories over German Lutheran while the Christians, capturing two from United Brethren, are tied for fourth place with Trinity Lutheran. Andrew and Phillip hold down third place. The Presbyterians helped eliminate the Evangelicals by going on a hitting rampage in two games. The First Methodist Episcopc.ls though losing two to the Methodist Protestants and the United Brethren are still very much in the running. Thursday First M. E. entertains Greenwood, Friday the Baptist plays at M. P., and Saturday Andrew and W. Clingan, f Saber, Â£ .... Crow, c Young, g Collier, g Greaves, f J. Ciingan, g Punier, 6 12--27 5 4--13 F. ris. 'J'otaJs Non-scoring Phillip place. take on Greenwood at that! Swarlz, Niedcrnmyer. Nemacolin Cutler, f ....... George, f ... , Sebenich, c Denton, g ... . Zaubi, g Â· Holupka, g ... 2 32 substitutes -- Caton, G. F. rts. Totals 21 Mount I'lrasant Riley. f Donuco, i . _ Slaminko, c . Etzc, g Benedict, g . Murtlia, f Forajt, f Anderson, g . . ToUils Apollo Anton, f . , Margherio, f . . Logero, c IP 18 21--64 (i 'i'i 12--40 G. V. Pis. 1 \ 1 10 G. .,5 ... n Ftivum, Bonello. Vota, g 1 Totals . K! Score by quarters: Mount Pleasant Mer. 12 8 13 Apollo Furns . 8 10 1 Hoferec--ISlcCIuj e. Umpire--Rude. 31 7--40 6--31 future. The locals have entered and 1 don Township, has been carded for have also become a member of the the Marion grounds. The 1939 football schedule follows: Sept. 1G. tentative, away. Sept. 23, West Newton, away. Sept. 30, Not th Belle Vernon, away. Oct. 7, Youngwood, away. Oct. 14, Fayette City, away. Oct. 21, Rostraver Township, away. Oct. 28, South Huntingdon, home. Nov. 4, Belle Vemon, away. Nov. 10, Masontown, away. Western Pennsylvania Volleyball Association. The local notmen have been extended invitations to various other tourneys in which they will undoubtedly become entrants. Marion to Have Another Strong Football Outfit Marion High School of Washington township is looking forward to another good footb;dl season next fall as all of the members of the current term's squad will be back. The school has only 11 grades this year and will be increased to 12 next term with the result that the entire athletic roster will be eligible for mother season. Marion won seven, lost two and tied one in 1938 and officials believe that with the club intact there should Ask for It By Jfame y SALE EVEEYWHEBE Tastcn to Our Daily "SPORTS PARADE" at 5:30 P. M. Over TY3IBS Cjiiontoivn. 40 1 43 Difs at Wayncslmrtf. 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