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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PACK SIXTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, PA. FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1D3S. Basketball basketball Sportoriais By JOHN H. WHOIUC Sports Editor LOOKING THINGS OVER Generosity of the Indian Creek Coal Coke Company in giving a 20-year lease to the City Recreation Commission on the 100-acre tract on \yhich is located -Camp Wildwood enables .the local body to proceed with an extensive program under the WPA to -make -necessary improve-merits/ No charge is made for th2 use of the land. Connellsville should always remember a friend like that. Camp Wildwood, an elaborate project that should give this community one of the finest summer playgrounds in Western Pennsylvania. .It -will'have everything that is needed to make it an ideal place for the city's :Boy and Girl Scouts this "year. Dizzy Dean, erstwhile talkative pitcher of the St. -Louis Cardinals whose silence has made him con- spicious as the major leaguers start tjicir spring training / season, ~:has night, agreed to be 'a good boy and do what Manager Frankic Frlsch tells him and to respect the rights of others on tl.c Cardinal squad--they're also expected to do their bit toward winning the National League crown. Dizzy's salary didn't come up to his demands but President Sam Brcadon had a "fatherly" talk with Jerome H. and promised him a flattering bonus if he gets back into the 20-wln bracket. Dizzy is too .good a pitcher to waste away and fandom in general hopes he learned something after his tailspin finish last year that will make him a better pitcher and more valuable player. - Jock Sutherland, grid skipper nt the University of Pittsburgh, has donned his longest'face-as;he views n pessimistic outlook for next football season. Jock told. the.Mercer County Pitt Club the new college policy will keep .him busy supervising the scholastic work of lus players as well I as their physicial development. The amateurism policy that has been put into effect will be watched with a great deal of interest, first, to see If the profs are sincere, and, · second, to determine to what extent grid players need a little extra help lo put them through school." Another season of dartball draws to a close and the players arc looking forward to the third annual banquet that will be held after Easter. It's a fascinating game and interest has been growing in it from year to year. If you haven't witnessed any, it isn't the fault of J. W. Carlton, press agent deluxe, who thinks the game ranks tops and who recommends it for both young and old. 1 BITS HERE AND THERE ' Brownsville school board rescinded a long standing policy of refusing use of the junior high school and auditorium by making the two rooms available to community organizations. Thirty days notice is Acquired to .rent .either, $10 for the gym and $20 for the auditorium . . . After reading some of his "blasts," Dunbar Township High Varsity, Juniors Meet Coker Cagers Tonight Local Floor Season Will Be Closed With Leis: enring Game. RETURN CLASH TUESDAY NJGHT TJunbar Township High brings a Mir of basketball quintets to the fie or o£ the Colters tonight in the flrM. of a pair of meetings that close tiu 1938 calendar for both schools. .'Connellsville is host in tho'opcn- ing attraction while the two clash at Lciscnring No. 1 . next Tuesday - The -junior varsity dribblers of the two neighbors tangle in the preliminary while the varsictics put on the main go. The series should be quite interesting, judgng from performances in the past as the Orange and Black under Coach Bill Doldc has a habit of whipping the townshippers, piloted by Bruce Shearer, when they came through with a sectional gonfalon in the W. P. I. A. L. 'Loisenring took the laurels in Section 10 this year. Inasmuch as this will be the last appearance at home for the Cokers, the boys will be out to hang one on the visitors. Church Dartball League Play-Off Tuesday /Evening ·_Tne. Methodist- Episcopal* and Baraca Class of the' Flrs.t' Baptisi Church will.meet .Tuesday, night a the First Christian Church to determine which club, shall meet the winner of the third.and final round of the City-Church;Dartball League play in which has been started with the Methodists holding..thc lead aftci one week's schedule, by spilling thi M. P. entry. · "". vr.: ·,,· The M. E. outflt captured the sec end round honors oy finishing a lull P A R A M O U N T S game ahead of the" M.~E, Juniors while the Baracas took the first round laurels. Managers are requested to note n change in next week's schedule because of the play-ofT. All games will SETS NEW RECORD Independents, St. .Rita, DeMarco, Juniors Triumph I St. Rita scored a 28 to 25 verdict ' over Mjorrcjl while the DeMarco quintet | took the measure of the owman entry by a score of 28 to 21 t the Dunbar WPA Recreation Cener and the Willow Inn of Connells- ille was turned bnck, 36 to 16, by he Dunbar Juniors as the Furnace 'own Independents romped away ·i!h a 40 to 4 verdict over the Mur- hy Five Ten Cent Store of Con- cllsville. The scores: Junbar G. F. Pts. arvis. t 1 DeNollo, f 6 C. DcNcllo, c 2 DeAngelo, g runo, g Totals ... lurphy's ·Julii, f I. Arnien Loasure, c lart, g _ M. Armen, g -- Mighty Gicnn Cunningham ran the faste.st mile over recorded in the world's history Thursday nifiht whci he was clocked in 4:04.4 on Dartmouth's springy G 2-3 laps wooden track nt Hanover, N. H. The lim was four full seconds under th Kansas star's 4:08.4 indoor work record and two seconds faster thai the outdoor mark of 4:08.4 recently credited io England's Syd Woodcrsen by the International Amateur Ath letic Federation. Cunningham, whi gave handicaps ranging from fivi yards to 2(iO yards (o six Dartmouth runners at the start, uvis clocked in 58.5 Jor his first quarter, 2:02.5 fo the half mile and 3:04.2 at the three Quarters mark. be staged Monday night" excepting IN PITTSBURGH MEET SATURDAY Paramount Juniors will reprcscn Connellsville in the junior division o that between the United Brethren \ the Sun-Telegraph basketball tourna and Lutheran clubs that will played Thursday, March 10. The schedule for next week follows: · Monday--M. E. at Evangejicals; . . . _ Barcas at M. E. Juniors; M. P. at we don't wonder why his Uniontown i United Brethren; Christians at Prcs- bc mcnt in Pittsburgh Saturday. The theatre lads have drown th newspaper office pals call him "booby" . . . Washington has undertaken a campaign to raise $10,000 to re-enter a team in the Penn State Association When Redstone tripped German, 28 to 14, to win the title In Section 14, it was the first byterians. Tuesday--M. E. Baracas at Presbyterian Church in play-otl at 8 o'clock. Thursday--United · Brethren at Lutherans. League officials urged all managers in carrying out Rox Rockets for their initial srim which is scheduled for 2:30 o'cloc on the court of the Pittsburgh Boy Club. The Parnmounters have plnyc before PittsburRh fans on numerou occasions this season and the eyes o the PittsburRhors will be on the Blu and Gold flashes. Head Coach Shcr rick Fisher and Assistant Mento Walter Mlpklnnis arc certain th locals will make an Impressive show , ,. , , ... ,,, r, T . io cooperate in carrying out the time since its entry in the W. P. I, A. scnc dule so that all players can wit- L. that Republic has annexed a ncss tnc p i a y-off basketball diadem . . . Even the Even Casey Club "forgets" about publicizing its games when finishing on the wrong end of the score. The Anderson five of Greensburg dished out a 52 to 44 setback to the city title challengers . . .Increased emphasis on junior varsity football at Lchigh University ^was indicated as Coach Glen W. Harmeson sent out His first call for spring training. A card of four games" has been prepared for junior players who will have a definite organization of their own to get Inot action. ;v. Fourteen preparatory jchools entered wrestlers in the third annual meet.at Lehigh today and tomorrow .... George PetrofI and Jock McGinty,-both of Uniontown, have been doing a nice bit of basketball- Ing for Bethany Bisons .. . Promoter Jake Mih'tz expects all indoor records for boxing shows in Pittsburgh to be broken Monday at Motor Square when he presents the greatest Plans have already been started for the third annual banquet to be held at the close of the season, sometime' after April 14. - All churches sponsoring a team in the league arc requested to submit two menus, one at 40 cents and another at 50 on or before March 28. These will be turned over teethe managers. Jt was announced that the banquets arc generally attended by between 120 and 130 persons. card of his career , , President Roosevelt is a great booster of semipro baseball. He wrote a special letter on the sport which has been reproduced in the 1938 National Semi-Pro Baseball Guide . . . Dave Walsh, I. N. S. sports editor, places in nomination name of Gerjo Tunney as chairman, spokesman and front- man of the New York State Athletic Commission "a body that's supposed to be the bellwether of boxing in America. Also the name of Artie McGovern, famous physical conditioner, ex-flghter and gentleman" ... City cage title series will be resumed after the Federal-State guard inspection nt State Armory March M. No date has been fixed for the third game . . . Westmoreland County Basketball Officials Association elected R. M. Buckwaltcr of Latrobe president, .Joe West of La- trobc secretary, and J.. G. Travis, William T. Kelly and W. F. Wagner members of control.board, at annual banquet at Greensburg."7. ' . ' . . . ' Commissioners Meet March 9. New angles to the ramifications which have developed from the Act of Assembly abolishing county poor boards and shifting duties to county commissioners are expected to furnish plenty of. food for' discussion March 9 when the State Board of Commissioners travels to Harrisburg for a meeting called by the State .Welfare Department. Har-Brack Slops Donora Dribblers In Overlime Game Donon», Section 4 titlist, was eliminated in the second round of the W. P. I. A. L. basketball eliminations at Pitt Stadium Thursday night in an extra period by a scrappy Har-Brack club, representing Section 1, by a score o[ 3!) to 33. It was a great battle with Har- Brack taking a 14-1 lead only to have the Dragons come back with a bank to tic it up nt 33-all when regulation play ended. Union then cut loose with an assault that was not to be denied and rung up six points in the extra frame. Bellevuo spilled McDonald, 1» to 15, by coming from behind in another scrap. DUCKY MEDWICK SIGNS CONTRACT, BECOMES PAPA Joe Mcdwick, National Lcasue batting champion of 1937, signed a contract with the St. Louis Cardinals Thursday alter a briel chat with. Owner Sam Brcadon in the Cards dressing room at St. Petersburg, Fla; Ducky Mcdwick, who played at Scottdalc as Mickey King, ea'.-ncd $12,500 last year nnd it is belio.vcd he had turned down an offer o£ $15,000 made to him by the Ci'rds and some friends insist his pay will exceed $20,00 this season. .. .Earlier in the day, Joe had donned the portfolio of "papa" as Mrs. Medwick had given birth to nn eight and a half pound son who will christened Joseph,Medwick, Jr. be WESTiNGHOUSE AT PERRYOPOLIS FLOOR TONIGH The Weslinchousc basketball tea: travels to Perryopnlis tomntit v/hei it will moot Ihu Blairs on the Per Township High floor. Tlic came is scheduled tn .sti'irt ; 8:15 o'clock and Wu.stiiiKhouse pl ers are requested to be ;i'. the Y. C. A. at 6:45 o'clock to make th trip. f 6 ..... 5 ._.20 G. 0 o i 0 o 0 40 F. Pis. 1 1 0 C 1 a ' o c o c Totals : Score by quarters: Dunbar wlurphy's .. Umpire--Yourich. JcMarco's za, f Runaway, f -- f. DeMarco, c . tlonzolo, g 'arkcr, g ... _ M. DeMarco, g . 10 10 10 10^-40 .. 0 1 1 2-- G. 'G 3 1 _ 1 Totals Bowman's Cooper, f -- Soldnno, f -- Jruno, c Jarvis, g Bogosky, g ._ Totals Score by quarters: DcMnrco's 3 Bowman's , 4 Referee--Kontra. Umpire--Daugherly. _13 G. 1 0 2 2 5 _.. 10 X 4 g St. K1U Solatino, f Isoln. f _ Pcpc, c Testa, g Candiloro, g Totals Morrcll R. Uhazic, f K. Bnughman, f . B. Tishm.in. c P. Uhazie, g ...__ C. Frederick, g Walker, f Trcmbn, g G. .. 3 0 5 6 -- 0 F. Pts 0 12 0 I 2 o : 0 : 0 : 2 21 F. Pis 0 1 0 n o 1 2 8 13--2 t 4--2 F. Xt» 0 0 0 0 0 G. _ S 0 2 f. Tit. 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Totalt _ 12 1 a Non-scoring lubstilutcs--Hender son, Hebena, Frederick. Score by quarters: St., Rita 10 4 6 8--2 Morrcll . 5 2 8 12--25 Referee--Yourich. PITT STARS IN COLLEGE MEET PITTSBURGH, Mar. A. -- Pittsburgh's I. C. A. A. A. A. outdoor track and field champion for 1937 will take to the boards on Saturday night in Madison Square Garden as one of the foremost contenders for the indoor championships. The four chief Pitt hopes for points in the individual events will be Kenny Rydcn, loosehippcd hur- dler; Johnny Bazyk, giant sophomore shotputter; Captain Mason sprintei: and Johnny Woodruff Olympic 880 star and anchor man on the mile relay team. Any other points Pitt might ge will come from the relay team run ning with Frank Ohl, AllanMcKce and Al Fcrrara running In that or dcr nhead of Woodruff. All thre are aophomorei. C H R I S T I A N S HOLD CHURCH LEAGUE LEAD Defeat First M. E. Cag- ers by Decisive Score . To Hold Post. . BRETHREN, U. P. CLUBS TRIUMPH The Christian Church chalked up its third straight victory in the second hall schedule by decisively tripping the First M. E. baskctcers y a score of 63 to 34 at the "Y" gym Thursday night to hold on to first place in the Y. M. C. A.-Church BaskctbaU'Lcaguc. At the same time tile Church of the Brethren defeated the Presbyterians, 45 to 38, while the United Presbyterian quintet came through with a 49 to 42 win over St. Johns Holy Name Society. The line-ups: Church Brethren G, Truxel, f . . _ $ R. Lcpley, 1 ..____ 1 Zimmerman, c 4 Van Hbyo, fi - ' - -- _ * 2 H. Lepley, g .7 F. rts. 2 12 0 2 Totals . Presbyterian* Renner, f -Luckey, f -Miller, c May,'g Mantell, 6' -- G. 1 5 4 7 45 F. Pts. 0 10 9 14 2 3 38 Totals i 16 Referee--Harper. Umpire--Stillwagon. Christian* G. F. Pts. Pcrrus, f ..2 0 4 Continued on Page Seventeen. Dunhar Jr.*. G. Gent, f 3 Yutzy, t 2 D.iughcrty, c 2 McDowell, g J Dunaway, g __,,____,, 1 Bruno, f 1 Nygrcn, f 4 Rossi, f 3 Parvis, f 1 F. Pts. Totals 18 N'on-scoring substitute.'--Lizza and Young. G. F. rts. Willow Inn DoIJoll, f MonRell, I Font, c . Morrison. R ....... San/one, g 2 0 4 0 1 Tot.-ils T Referee--Parker, 4 n 10 o 2 16 Belles Floor Captain. Metro Dudik, slur forward, has been named captain of the Belle Vcrnon High quintet for nc.'xt year, j Christian . He scored 181 points on 79 field j United Brethren goals and 33 fouls during.the season. Matthew Studnicki was voted the most valuable player on the team. He had counted 189 points with 778 double-deckers and 33 free shots. Wilkk 1 of Perry, Abbott and Hula of West Newton and Johnson and Dudceon of Rostrnver j are on the first all-opponent club j while Cowan and Thompson of Ros- travcr, Johnson of South Huntingdon, Sittman of Scwickley and Rollins of Perry comprise the second five. _._.. 2 Y. M. C. A.-CHtmCH LEAGUE Standing o f the Clubs. W. L. Pts. 1.000 .6C7 .667 .500 .500 .500 .333 .000 .000 United Pres. First M. E Church Brethren Leisenring Pres St. John's Dawson M. E Presbyterians Sailors Go to School. CLEVELAND, Mar. ·).--"Sailing before the mast" no longer is an aC.- venttire for youth. It's an education. The Lake Carriers Association's navigation school conducted during the winter in Cleveland had 03 students enrolled. Twenty had had at least some college education. Games Tuesday. Dawson M. E. vs. United Presbyterian, 7 P. M. United Brethren vs. Presbyterian, 8 P. M. First Methodist Episcopal vs. Church Brethren, 9 P. M. Richmond Enlarges Port. RICHMOND, Va., Mar. 4.--Work will begin soon on Richmond's $2,000,000 dccpwater terminal, which will provide shipping facilities equal to those of any port on the Southern Atlantic seaboard. The city council has approved a $000,000 appropria- I tlon to start construction. * CCKTURV CJST1UJNG CO. « the wearing o the GREEN" \\ SONS of ERIN" or SONS of FASHION It matters nor . . . you'll be wearing green this spring if you're a style perfectionist. But not any shade of green . . . oji, no! . . . Just 193S's very newest color idea, and you can see them all at CilCUOTTE'S. They are simply clc- gunt in the new drape models . . . . double or single breasted, fancy or plain backs. Suits Topcoats for Sprng 00 UJ t/i 2: uu UJ a: K- o; Q S o I GIGLIOTTI'S COXXJBLLSVllLE'S LEA'tflXG THEX'S STOKE 12i North Pitt ,lmrg Street.

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