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THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 15)80. THE DALLY COURIER, CONNEL.1 SVl'LLE, PA. Basketball THE SPORTING WORLD By JUKES M. DKISCO) -L. PAGE KLEVEN. '. Baseball Dunbar Township Will P^lay Here Friday Evening · Cokers Hopeful of Taking Second Straight Decision Over Leisenring Passers ®- Capncity Ocnvrt Is Expected For Return Game nt. High School Gymnusium. SHEARER TEAM WANTS REVENGE The High School gymnasium will be taxed to c a p a c i t y on Friday evening when the Oniu#e and Black passers (Migiigo tho crack baeketeers of the W u n b a r Township High School In a r e t u r n engagement. I n view of UH fact that the Cokers upset tlio dope with a decision at the Loisenrlng No. 1 floor, Interest hue been revived in tho annual court Herlos between the two neighbor-rivals and the largest attendance of the campaign in anticipated. D. T. will i n v a d e Connellsville with a- determination to administer a severe d r u b b i n g to the IJolde machine whereas the home outfit will be out to t r i m the visitors for tho second time this year and accomplish a feat what no other I n s t i t u - i o n has been able to do this season's drive and that I« take two counts over the Red and Blade. Dolde's loy« v/ill be out to stop the great work of Joe Tulle-y, Dunbar's ace forward, and if the effort is IB «ticces«fiil as at the Leieenrlng gym, the local followers feel that another victory Is in store for them. Tulley was unable to make a single- field goal agalnat the Cokers and his only tallying camo from, the freo zone, he getting threo points: out of ae many tries. Strenuous workouts were on the program yesterday and another Is billed for tonight as the skippers want t h e i r athletes to be in stride when they clash tomorrow. Tho doore will be opened early so that the crowd may have an opportunity to get .nettled when tho main attraction la called. Those who want a choice seat w i l l have to como early aa tho Dunbar (tame always ssurea a capacity crowd. Legion Plans County Junior Baseball Loop UNTONTOWN, March 13.--Approval of plans for the .organization of a Fa-yet/to County J u n i o r Baseball league this summer was gtve-n by the executive committee of the American I^eglotu county committee me'ettog last night. The committee had no authority to make dsBrult'e aiuioui! cent-emit that there would be a league, merely reeamm-end- ing that such be the case. The various comnvtUee niero'bens wero instructed to return to their posts and explain th« plan a.n'd to ask cooperation from the school boards, hi permitting posslVie camd-ldaites to start a^ soon as tho weather breaks. According to the pla/n suggested, each post in the county would support a team, the winner to represent the disfcrlct in Hie eliminations for tho National title later i n the summer, Last year, Lafayet'e Post sponsored a team picked from tho Union-town league. Should a county league b» or- gamlsed, aaid such mow seenw possible, it would be tho plan of the local jxxrt to pick a team from the- proposed TJ,n- iontown league to re present that body in th* county battles. It i» a trifle early yet to begin mafc- i-rcg any definite plan us, but more coiv crete information is expected not later than April 1. Conrcwllsvill* and Dnnibair have already dec Mod to «po«nsor teams. Rules for 1930 American Legion Diamond Program More information on tho Junior American Legion Baseball League follows: Only good oportsnion are the proper men to manager these boy ball teams. They nm«t by precept and example keep constantly before the boys the "true purpose of the American Legion junior baseball program. Every team cannot win championship honors, but c-very player can win that which is of more importance--the spirit of fair play, loyalty, team work, obedience, '{lameness and democracy. Tho whole junior baseball program is buHed on tho theory that the principles of good sportsmanship are closely related to the principles of good citizenship and that by teaching n boy to bo a good sportsman In his y o u t h wo will muko a better American of h i m in his adult lite. Baseball was chosen because it Is America's own Kunic and because It gives such wide opportunity to twitch good snortsinau- i-hip. Tho Legionnaires directing junior baseball teams should understand the relationship between good sportsman- s h i p and sood c i t i z e n s h i p and should be able to make the boys understand j it, too. Onu of i l i a first things that a i boy p l a y i n g baseball w i l l learn i« · respwt for the rules of the gamo. He | w i l l «o t h a t w i t h o u t rules baseball wouldn't be n (came- at all but just merely the senseless chasing around ; ot' the bull. From this it is not a long step to make him see t h a t it !« tho same t h i n g In tl'o game o£ life. Without rules, w h i c h wo call laws, l i f o would be j u s t a meaningless chaos and a n a r c h y in which no one would get a n y w h e r e : A respect for law should be ono of the things which every boy should get out of the junior baseball program. Read tomorrow's edition of The Courier for a d d i t i o n a l information. Alverton Loses To North Union By Large Score Tho -powerful baalcetoers of North Union Township Hl;;h, champions ot" Section 13, W, P. I. A. League, tutored by Ray Welsh of Oorinellsville, easily conquered East Hun'ingdon Township last night by a score of 36 to 9. The tally at tho '-Jose of tho first half, was 16 to 5 ai tf. tho home contingent was never ia danger. The line-up: X. ITnlon--86. II. Hnnttngrdon-9. Lewis ^ Depta Clmlrlc K. - Wilson Shiffbauer - C. - Andrish Belong - t; .-. Lomraon Uhazle C Tomechko Substitutions -- Kftsmlerky for Lewis, Rishel for f'tndrlc, Crosaland for Shiffbauer, Flshor for Crosahjnd, Keedy for Selong. Duranko for Uhazle, Ottenberg for Depta, King for Ottenberg, Field goals--Lewi i, Kusmie-rsky 2, Clndrlc 4, Shiffbau«r 3, Selong 2, Uhazio 3, Duranko, Andrlsh.2. Foul goals--North Union, 4 out of 11: East Huntingdon, '6 out of 8. Referee--Dusic. Champions Defend Crowns in Miami Af/B/NlA OSlPOflTCH GEORGIA C I/EKAif HOJM*. From the Atlantic COM* to the mid-P*«M« ·hon* f women's ovtdoor ohawpimuUp m*«t, which will «f Hawaii, tht American Athletic Union h»« planned a program for an aetire nrlmml»f year for 1930. One of the major e»«aU i* the bt held : a Miami, FT*., March 18 to 16. All of imrt year a champion* will be en hand U defend their tit!;*. Peny Township Closes Season Friday Evening The Perry Township High School basketball team -wlH close HH season on Friday evening w i t h a game against Hay Welsh's North Union Township quintet, champions rt Section 18. The final battle will .produce a crowd nearly equal to a Porry-Dunbar Township gamo it is believed, inasmuch aa Perry was ruuner-up for the titlo in Section .12. These, two fast township aggregations will ineot at the Perry gymnasium at 8 o'clock. Basketball i« the most popular of sporta in Perryopolls and with the close of the eched-ulo at hand, .every booster w i l l be out to see tho 1030 YOUGH MOTOR WINS l OYER AUTO WRECKERS IN BOWLING MATCH It goes w i t h o u t saying that seats will be at a premium' in the High School t o m o r r o w night when the Cokers pluy t h o r - final engagement of the season, m e e t i n g D u n b a r Tow:ohip in a r u t urn eng.igemi'nt. Hill Doldo in g e t t i n g a lot. of deserving credit for the ronnt'!l!-vlUe victory :u Leis e n r i n g ou T lies -.lay evening. * » * 1 Stella Walsh, representing the Now York C e n t r a l A. A. of Cleveland, re- Kftrded as t!u v p"emier U n i t e d States f o m i n i n o r u n i i r r , y t s t e r t l a y broke all r x i s t i n g r e r o r d s in a 2at)-yard Mash for w o m e n w h f i i .she tinistlunl '»Ui', i : u - tmu-f in -f I-' 1 '' f e c u n d * , b a t t e r i n g h?r K m u r k o:' -t -J-il seconds. The Yough Motor won the odd game from the Auto Wrecking last night in the City Duckpin League. Hauser was high man for the mutch with 183 for one game and 470 for three games. The scores: \ AUTO ·WRKCKING. McGrath _J_...HO .105 1(13 Doorfler 124 108 174. Dummy .-100 Yatea 1 Daniels 113 c l u b in action. 100 88 130 100 lie 86. 378 401 300 295 331 Totals 538 526 641 1705 TOUGH MOTOR. Snyd-or ......tlllS 113 144 390 Smalt - 114 116 77 307 Dummy _ ...100' 100 White -114 !)" Hauser ~ 140 183 77 100 . 147 147 300 346 470 Totals 601 009 603 1813 The c o i i t i i i u s ' d SIH-I-OS-S of tho l : n- l o n t o w u I iigii Si' 100! b a s k e i b a t , t e a m , i-humplons i/f Set t i o n 10, In th,; \V. P. 1. A. L c a s u e t ' l i t n i u a t i o n s at. PHt.*- i^arg. niukt's it app*-ar t h a t Hie local 'Uku wit* uup of t-it» bust iu thii u l r c u i r . The (West Peun t ished near the closi will bo available for activity this summer the patronage at then waning days of 1929 large waiting list at is permitted any en woman, and some E enjoyed. * * The Bucco Yauiga Regulars In a pracli Rubles, Cal., yesterd; linune and ErickHon victors and Bednar, on tho nicund for tin · * nnls courts, fln- ot last season, a long : 'ruu" of Judging from e grounds in the there will be a all times. Play iploye, man or od sport will be us defeated tha ·e game ;u Paso iy. 6-5. Kreaier, pitched f o r the Green and Lung · losing side. Tennis season is c milng along j u s t as f a s t as the baseball days, and wk-U n i l tho talk of outdoor sporting a o t . v l - iits which has been stirred up t h i s year, there is u teiid"icy of the locii! racnuoteers to KOI an early start. JOHNNY LAYTON HAS BEEN HEADLINER FOR QUARTER OF CENTURY A hcadltner in bllliarde for morn than 25 years and still tho greatest exponent, of threo-cuBhlonfl. That is/the record now hoasted by Johnny Lay ton, who early last January retained his angle crown by defeating a strong field of seven other players in the world'e title tournament in New York. Layton, now In his early forties, got his real start in St. Louie where he first won the city pocket billiard title and laler won tho Missouri etato pocket billiard crown nine consecu- t i v e times. He won hie first world's crown in 191G when ho defeated Bmmot B l a n k e n s h i p for the pocket billiard title. Then ho «witched, to t h o three-cushions leaving three- cuhhioiij only once, that to compete in lhj pocket billiard tournament in Philadelphia in 1919. D u r i n g Layton's three-cushion career ho never -finished worse than second ill any tournament or league. He haa been a consistent /torformer and u Kreat player u n d e r preesure. He proved this against Willie Hoppe two years ago. These players met in th deciding game and in that te^t Layton ran out hia 50 polnte in 2'1 innings, a world's record for tournament game play. In t h a t game ha made hie lirst 30 points in 10 innirige. In the las'c tournament he scored 50 points against Charles E. Jordan of Loe Angeles in 23 innings. This is the flame Johnny Layton, great player and great pportstnan, who w l l T b e seen in a special exhibition at the Paramount Billiard Room, in tho Weiha building, on Friday, March 14, at 4 and 9:30 o'clock. Layton now is on an American tour in which he ie meeting' all corners. And it any of the headllners want a match with this same Layton all ithat is neceesary is to poet a worth-while forfeit and play on a winner-take-all basis. '·FIKM By ROY GROVE Central Pres.t Uparta Write r is a surprising fact that goJferu out of ten know rules of golf only on the sur Walter Hagen has attribute! I luccesa many times to his know | sr the rules and bin ability to t ( tate and trannpone them. "A rule Is a rule, a n d why tak« advantage of It. tt Is to disadvantage. Isn't It?" That Blr Waltcr'n exclamation to vffter during tho National Op» 1923. On this occasion Hagen'a ba) In disputable territory. W h e t h e hall was In what was 1o bo co ored a trap, dr was just laying- o outside of the suncl, made a "v of a difference" with an ajiproai gornn 50 yards. He held tho classic up for son minutes while the oBlctali arguett him. The decision meant that H would ground his club In toklni stanco or he would not, anil took some deciding- when tha meant one stroke by laying; the dead to the pin. Hag-en took advantage of a r In his first yoar of the British ( His tea shot, on Oils occn lodjred In an old rolled tree 8' and embedded. He must play It lay, according 1 to this rulea, also ruled that he must play hlH own There was nothing- to identify ball as Hag-en's. Tt wa« burled deep. He was granted permlssii Identify his own ball. Ife l!fte ball, and In doing: so, took all dirt with it that the law allowed eald it was hla ball and raplact The earth wan very loose whe took hla stance, and ottered hh excellent chance to get out ar the green. Strokes mean a great deal In T Ing for an Open crown. Thla a of Hagen's should not be con aa unsportsmanlike, the buslnei the game must ba taken into co eratlon when a professional n the game his buslneaa. In tho hotbeil/pf basketball, where t h e caliber c£ the game provides the keenest of competition ail eeason, season, little Butler University haa" sprung into national prominence. Laet winter with a lanky lad named Hilcle- brand n l w a y s In the foreground, the Hoosier team was victorious in all but one gume. Among their victims were such worthy opponents ae Notre Dame, Illinois, Pittsburg, Purdue, Xorth Carolina ami Missouri, to say nothing of the many clever fives In the state of Indiana. * * * The Ootuiellsville Tennis Associa- t i o n has tiikeu 110 steps whatever toward opening the 1930 eeaaon. nine the 'ace. hie edge nns- not your was the o of lay · his isid- tha hnl» b of s 20 with his that title ball illng pen. ilon, ump is It it is ball. the that' n to the the He cl It. i he i an 1 to ork- tlon used s ot laid- ikes GREENWOOD TE WINS CAGE CLASH The A. B. C. team ot the Grei uwood Methodist Episcopal Clmrtfs. «t jred a 22--14 decision over the- Catlvftl c Five in a hard fought basketball co) test. The line-up: Greeinvood--28 Cathol ics--14 M. Jaynes F Jeieler Foltz .. F ._ _.., ! ^olsHon Bennett C ..Stil wagoii C. DeBolt G Regie Emerick ._ G . ..Kline Substitutions -- B-ergor for Regie, Baker for Stillwagon, McDonr Id for Gelsler, Rush for Soiseon. Field goals--M. Jaynes 4, Fol z 4, C. DeBolt, Emerick, Stillwagon, Regie, Kline 5. Foul goals--Emerick, 2 out E 3. jKeagy Club Has Contest Tonight; Meet Caseys Next Preparatory t; meeting: the Casey Club on Monday evening in the second of a serie« of games for the city basketball title, the Keagy Cbrner club will play the South Union Alumni q u i n t e t at the Slate Armory this evening. Since t h e i r recent dis-play ot power in defeating the Scottdale Bulcka and thon the Casoys in the first clash, the Keagys havo arouised considerable interest In their floor program. The South Union organization 5s composed of the flashiest menVbers of high school clubs there In recent years and wiH offer the locals a good workout. On Monday nigh!, when the two city. club« meet afiatn, a hot battle is certain. The Keagys have been polishing up with regular practice sessions and the Caseys haven't been idle. Plenty of action is forocaet and no predictions aa to the outcome aro being made by anyone except the mana- snrs, both of whom claim a victory !s awaiting 1 their boys. AMERICAN LEGION DEFEATS PARAMOUNT IN BOWLING LEAGUE The American Legion wjn two out of three from, tho Pnramount last night on Elk alleys. Rigger was high for one game w i t h ISO and Santmyer was high for three games w i t h 423. The scores: PARAMOUNT. M a l f h i l l -...126 137 13,'i 39G Skoda ,, ,, ......15-i 101 108 363 Gallagher _ :..10S 146 254 Verneskey ,, 140 10G 129 375 Rigger ,, .,,160 SR ..... 246 Wagner 109 119 228 Totals .....683 539 039 1860 AMERICAN LECrlO'N, Santmyer 151 121 148 423 Buttermore 146 117 122 385 Rood .131 124 100 355 Eisenhower 104 125 132 361 lilchter : ..106 159 151 416 Totals 641 646 653 1940 CHRISTIAN TEAM TAKES FIFTH CLASH FROM HILLTOP CLUB Dick Bartell has accepted terms offered by the Pittsburg Pir-.ii s and is 110 longer a hold-out. The i jppery sliorlstop signwl his contract -ester- day and reported for practice. The Chrl«t.ian Bearcats won th« flft'h -straight game by defeating the Hilltop Five lost might at the Christian gymnasium by a score.of 26 to 16. t , . In the first quarter, the. Bearcats had things their own way and -ran up- a margin of 10 poi-nits which they d throug'hout. The tolly 13 to 3, in. favoi- of the %vininers. The Hilltop contingent rallied in the second half to advance the tally to 1. Captain George Trump of the Bear- caU led In; the scoring with four field goals. Quit of -town teams wishing to back the Christians ealll 4040 and aak for Sam. The name of Dartmouth ie more intimately .aeeociated with college winter s.ports than any other one institution, lot the annual outdoor carnival at Hanover is the greatest, spectacle of Its kind. Naturally, at; Bart- mouth the winter sporte team is an important phase o£ the athletic scheme. This year the Big Green was captained by H. N. Bander, a quiet, unassuming member of the Dartmouth On tins Club. Lawther Develops Many Floor Stars For Westminster NEW WILMINGTON, Pa., Marcli 1,1. --John Lawther, coach of the Westminster College basketball team for the last four seasons during which time the Tltana have won 01 out of 72 district games, has developed a number of court performers who have received district regard. Hugh Gamible, Sharon, captain and center on the 1927 team which won 15 and lost two to place second In the Tri-State conference, had little experience when he reported to l/awth-er. Gamble, who was valedictorian o£ his class, was given the pivot post on the All-Conference team desp'te the fact that he played only one y?ar of varsity basketball. John "Sparky" Connor, New York City, was All-Conference forward on the Titan team In ID27 although he was only a freshman. In the 1028 season, Connor played center and was made All-Conference center for his work that year. Tudor Lewis, Farrell, captain and guard on t h a 1928 team and acting captain during the 1929 season was All-Conference guard tw;ce and All- District guard twice. Lewis was generally regarded as ono of the best Doormen In the east. ·Glenn O'Donovan, Plttsburg, captain and forward on this years team, was named the most valuable nJayer In the conference last year and was given a forward berth on both th' conference and district first teams. He -was designated by many coaches and newspaper men as on s par with Hyatt of Pitt. Kenneth Delahunty, Iselln, star forward on Titan teams for the last four seasons, has been All-Conference forward once and has twice been named on. conference seacond teams. He has been the leading scorer for the Titans for three seasons and is regarded as one of the smoothest players In the district. William Crorwell, Sharon, star center on this year's team, has played for four seasons under Lawther al both "forward and cenU r. Crow-ell was last year placed as divot on the second All-Conference team, and this year has been mentioned on a number of All-Conference and All-District teams. In district games thia season, Crow ell surpassed Delahunty's scoring record. Phillip Rice, Duquesni, a sophomore member of this year's championship team, has been mentioned by every sports writer in th district as an outstanding guard. Bice has two more years of service and should be tho best backcourt performer in the entire section next oeasor. Spring Football Practice Begins At E.Huntingdon ALVKRTON, March than 60 boys havo answered '.he call for spring football training a;nd tra-ck practice at tho East llujitfn!gd.on Township High School. The spring program at thait school, is always a comprehensive one and It. is hoped that a worth while brack combination will bo tunned out. A year ago E-ast Huntingdon figured promin-onttly in county trade events. The spring football, training is tor all men who have not earned a letter at the sport. At pnesen t there are two squads composed of 15 men each. They hare boeai. divided into groups, with OoachiCS D-avls and Goehrdng in charge of one and Coaches.Height and Woodward working with Jie other. A championship tournaiTaeinl, the various d-epairtmieaite of the has been arranged. Points will be scored for aibility and attenda/noo ;ut practice will also count. This program will end in four weeks and the then dolermiln«d. Each day to practice v/111 count a point and. credits will also be awarded the foS'teat squad, the b-t punters, developed, 4ho best passers, the best blocking team and the b'»t tacklers. In addition, there will bu tho Jin-ol game between the squads. Th* most valuable player to the wiuad will be selected and pres«nted with a medal. Through this program it; is hoped to develop valuable rn.ate.ria' for next season. Those on the squads ap-: Coaches Davis and Go*-h.Tlng--Wil- liam Suter, capain; William Keslar, Fred Wesche, LaRoyal Wilson, Donald Smith, Kenneth Hedge Prsufk Mel age, George Kooser, Robert Peterson, Charles Faust, Paul Hodgkiss, Robert Weaver, 'R. G. Hlxson, Mason Bash- loum sund Jofiieph Popovicli. Coaches Haight and Woodward--C. Metsger, captain; John Bayden, William, Ralph Koos*r, Edward Mettle, Ben Baldwin, John Roze-lle, Caeimer P-etroaky, Owen Evaais, A. J. Hffhn, Paul Ijeighty, John Evams, Ilck Hill, John Specs and Georjre Popovlch. When the Washington shell pulla down the Hudson in June, Captain Davis will be handling tio. 1»w oar, which post he has had for two years in the Poughkeepele regatta and the colorful California-Washnlgtou race, In the words of his coach, Al Ulbrick- son, "Davis has more on i he oar than any bowsmau I've eeen . . and lie is the lightest man in our boat, weighing onlv 160 pounds." AMATEUR FISTIC PROGRAM TONIGHT AT SLAVISH HALL Good Program Drawn Up bjf Matchmaker Carter of ConnellRyffle CI«»). FIRST MATCH 8:30 O'CLOCK A largo crowd is expected to turn* out to Slavish Hall on the West Sid« tonight at 8:30 o'eloulv to see anothGi* of tho classy amateur boxing pro* grains of the Connellsvllle Athfetlq Club. Seven Interesting bouts, which will bring together some of the foremost sinion-pures of thte community, hav» been arranged by Billy Carter, matchmaker and trainer nC the organization, Tho flret, bout 'is scheduled to go on at 8:30 o'clock and nil will folio*/ Immediately. Those Avho remember the last show at the Slavish Hall will recall the precision w i t h which tha program was conducted. There waa no delay and as soon us one match, was concluded, the principals in tha next one were at once tent into t h o ring. This was something unusual i« flstlcdom and the local management was given considerable praise for this procedure. The boys who are scheduled to 1« battle include Johnny Naijy. Teddy Mancuso, Young Francesk, Joe Vai gosky, Kid' Crowley, Johnny Cappa, Roman Young, Sammy Aeto, Young Crowley, Johnny Jack.otte, Red VislKtis, Young CTorcheck, Russ Sickles and Jimmy Giachetti. Sports Comment By JOHN H. WHORIC. All prognostications In three majoi* basketball contests on Tuesday evening- wore knocked helter-skelter when the so-calle'l "underdogs" asserted themselves to ruch an extent that all dope, theories and whatnot wer^( chattered. %^ It brings us to thq point--When te ar confident team overconfident? Now; argue it out for yourself. Connellsvlllo, regarded as without al ghost of a chance, took the scalp of Dunbar Township and in doing it completely outplayed tho JLeisenrintf machine. Unionlown, a weak sister, advancedl to the ?emi-ftnals in the W. P. I. A. I,*aguo play by whipping Monee«en considered MS the class of the Key* stone State scholastic clubs. Rock wood, a Class B. yuintot, won over Meyeredale, a Clase A contingent, which had administered it two lac* Ings previously. Let no one toll you f.hat the «lnj; nnl nge of miracles has passed, cnie-« cialiy after that nightmare lor (hd cage follower*!. Now all -we can wish for le (hi*: An auditorium large enough to }io!{ the crowd that would like to «PO ID tin* bar in t h e return game with Connolln-* vllle Friday night. If wo could o n l y ino've Pitt Stadium up here for i h i a battle. While It won't come 1o pass, itj would le a treat to seo Union town ami Monesson in a return engagement. Wo wouldn't clutnge our mind despite I h t i fact, that we took ono on the-' b u t t o n aa far as predicting tho result. It Hockwood can w h i p Boswell lor* the championship of this division ujil Moyersdale takes the measure oC Wlndber, then these quintets w i l l ven-. ture Into the court for the fourth engagement and what a great, battle ifi should prove (o be. Meyoitsdalo was literally flabergaeted when Hocknrooil cut loose a barrage of baaketK t b a l j spelt its ruination. You can't take anything for granted! In any sport. Too often the favorite is faced with the predicament of nothing to win and everything to lose which; enhances the opportunity ol! the "underdog" who hae everything to win and nothnig to lose. We won't try to explain any further. It's beyond all h u m a n comprehension. By the way, v/o know thai you some real fletic exhibitions so leg f t over to the Slavish Hall on tho West Side tonight and see a great, chow. Seven bouts of action galore te on th« calendar and what an entertainment can be expected. A. foul (shooting "tournament" "nas been started among th memberu of the Connellsville High School aquad. At present "Horse" Johnson, Jones and "Bob" Kerns are leading, but it is difficult to determine who may forge ahead in the next round. Foul shooting has been the weakest point of the Coker quintet. In addition to Captain "Chipper 1 Charley" Hyatt, two other mombera of the crack Pitt basketball club fir.- ished their careers there la=;t ni-;hf. They are Lns Cohen, altio u. f or»)pr Unioiitown High player, an.i Zehfiiss. * * * Charley Hyatt, former Dniontowu boy, who closed his career w i t h University of Pittsburg last night, when. W a s h i n g t o n Jefferson was defeated, f7-20, ran his total of points scored; for tho season iip to W*.

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