The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 24, 1939 · Page 15
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March 24, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 15

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FRIDAY, AIARUH 24, 193'J DA1L.Y COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA PAGE FIFTEEN Zaubi, Nemacplm, g Dent, Nemacolin, g DAWSON FIVE Complete Mitt PASSERS BOW 'Card Ready TO HILLCREST Comets, Willow Inn and Oglevees Also Win Cage Frays LEISENRING IN FORFEIT The junior and young men's d visions of the City WPA Recreation Center Basketball League resumed play at State Armory Saturday after a two weeks' lull The program opened with the fast stepping Willow Inn passers taking a low scoiing tilt from the North End Tigers, 13-9 Snyder of the Bengals captured scoring honors The Comets completely outclassed St Rita Junio-», 30-8 John Brady featured for the "shooting stars " Oglevee's tripped the Y M C A Streamliners, in a very hectic encounter, 23-15 Al Bieshada, stellar forward for Oglevee, was outstanding The only young men's league fracas proved most exciting as a very determined and improved" Hillcrest team subdued a rangy and cagj Dawson quintet, 17-16 Bill Logans two chanty tosess in the losing nire seconds of play turned the tide in favor ol Hillcrest Leisenrmg forfeited to Paramounts in the other fray, while the Pleasant Lev el Dairj Greenwood contest was postponed because the dairymen were engaged in a tournament clash Saturday afternoon Both divisions of the league will resume play Saturday with six contests carded The line-ups TV lllow Inn G F Pts Marr, f . . 2 0 4 Mongell, f ... 0 0 0 Laugherty, c -- 1 1 3 Wolfe, g 0 0 0 Ruck, g . . , . 0 0 0 McGariitj, f - . 1 i 4 Cicentti, f 1 0 2 Totals 5 3 13 Non-scoring, substitute -- Knaven- shoe Pts. 0 North End J Brannon, f F. Rowe, f Snyder, c Reed, g Clawson, g G 0 1 3 0 0 r o o o i 0 Totals 4 Score by quarteis Willow Inn 2 2 North End 4 0 Heferee--Paul Echard Tomorrow J R Porter of the Immaculate Conception High School Athletic Counc 1's boxing commi'tee said today that the complete fistic card for Tuesday night's amateur show at Slo\ak Hall will be completed tomor- ro\v, probably 11 the afternoon Matchmaker Bil y Carte" was to make two more contacts for classy performers before okaying the cal- endT- The fights will stall at 8 30 o'clock sharp Comets Connell, f J Bradey, f Alt, c Hartman, g Galiardi, g . Dominac, f Byan, f Totals St Rita Cornish, f E Brady, { Delligatti, c . . Vernava, g _ _ Swallop, g 4 - - 2 0 1 13 G . 2 2 ... 0 0 __ _ 0 5--13 0 -- 9 F Pis 0 2 1 9 0 2 1 I 1 0 9 4 30 F Pts 0 4 Totals 4 0 8 Non-scoring substitutes -- Scacchi, Whipkey Score by quarters Comets . 11 9 3 8--30 S t Rita 0 2 6 0 -- 8 Referee--Paul Echard Streamliners Caringola, f May, 1 . . Mosely, c ~ Trump, g Ash, g Dabeiko, f Dunston, f Totals Oglevee's Bieshada, I C Rowe, f Cuneo, c B Rowe, g McCarthy, g Schrum, g G 0 0 0 3 0 2 1 6 G 5 0 2 0 0 2 g f Pts 1 1 0 0 3 15 F Pts 2 12 0 0 Totals Score by quarters Streamliners 5 6 Oglevee's 1 6 Referee--Harry Lopes 23 Hillcrest Johnson, f Logan, f Thompson, c Younkin, g _ - _ Mazza, g _ ._ Holden, g . Totals ... Dawson Noschese, f Shoff, f Laughxey, c ~_~._ G 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 2--15 8 8--23 F Pts 2 4 . 4 9 17 G. F Pts. . 1 2 4 . 0 1 0 0 . 1 0 2 Donald M'Coy Chosen Member Mythical Five Harry Lewis, veteran Point Marion forward, was adjudged the most valuable playei by the vote of 17 coaches and officials following the completion of the annual county underg-aduate basketball tournament at South Un on High School gymnasium Lew s received 15 first place votes to nose out Warren Cyrus, Wayne Buttermore and Johnny Cmdric who each received 14 votes The medal avva d was presented to the athlete bj Maurice E Meinert Umontown sportsman Lewis led the field in scoring in the three games, sinking 15 field goals and 10 fouls for a total of 40 poirts In the last game which determined the Class B championship Lewis set a tournament record for the most points in a single game as he dropped six fielders und eight fouls into the net for 20 points An ail-tournament team composed of plajers from both Class A and Class B schools was selected by coaches and officials Donald McCoy of Connellsville and John Romanko of Dunbar Tow nship High won places as guards on this quintet All-star combinations were also chosen m the two classes with McCoy and Romanko picked or the first team in Class A and W Jones winning a forward berth on the second team The all-tournarrent ard all-star class teams were as follows ALL-TOURN'A-rtENT First Team F--Lewis, Point Marion F--J Cmdric North Union C--Cyrus Point Marion G--Romanko Dunbar G--McCoy Conne Isville Second Team F--Buttermore Pe"o F--Hertzrell Dunbar C--Sutton, Brownsville G--Bortz, Umontowm G--P Cmdric, North Union ALL-STAR * Class A, First Team F--J C ndnc North Union F--Hertznell, Dunbar C--Sutton, Brownsville G--Romanko, Dunbar G--McCoy, Connellsville Class A Second Team F--Bortz, Umontown F--w Jones, Connellsville C--Shea, Redstone G--P Cmdric, North Union G--Renmnger Uniontown Class B First Team F--Lew s Point Marion I"--Buttermore, Perry C--Cyrus Point Ma"ion G--Krizner, South Union G--Rusnok South Union Class B, Secona Team F--Wittebort, Point Marion F--Yates Washington Township C--Ferguson Belle Vernon G--Walsh, Point Marion G--Cupelh, Point Ma-ion Honorable Mention Class A--Sepesi, Dunbar Jordon, Uniontown McC'am Redstone, Gallagher, Brownsville Yal ch, North Union, Loomis, Uniontown, Livingston, Point Marion Class B--Kollar South Union, Humancik, Perry Drews, South Union, Wosniak, Washington Township Income Take* Fall Off WASHINGTON, Mar 24--Income tax collections contirued to run substantially below last year as collections for the first 16 days of March, 1939, were announced by the Treasury as $252,919,382 as compared with $338,256,596 for the same period in 1938 Echard, g Porter, g Bittner, f Totals 6 4 Score by quarters Hillcrest 1 3 6 7 Dawson 4 2 2 8 Referee--Har** Lopes B O X I N G Sanctioned by A. A. U. Under Vnspices of I. C. Athletic Council T U E S D A Y Mar. 28 8:30 P. M. --Admission-- 50c - 75c SLOVAK HALL Eighth Street, West Side, ConnellsMlle Featuring some of the Best Amateurs, including Joe Jladdis, open Junior Sun-Telegraph Diamond Belt Champ Jack Rainey of Yukon George Brelitch, Bruno Pucci and Markus Lockman, clown fighter; also local boss «ho have shown good fl?htinf on Sale at Hush Drug Store and Trert Fiiimri's. SHAMROCKS LOSE FIRST ROUND TILT Lassies Bow in West Virginia Meet in Extra Period Clash 47 FOUL SHOTS IN FAST SCRAP Connellsv lie Recreation Certer Shamrocks lost a henrt breaking extra period game to the Osage, W V a , girls at Fairmont Thursday right, 45 to 43 in the opening round of the Northern West Virginia girls basketball tournament, eliminating the local coleens from further competition The regu'ar game ended with the score deadlocked at 43 all, the Shamrocks losing a wonderful opportunity to annex a hard fought triumph when they overshot tuo easy ones in the closing seconds of the fina 1 p°nod The tourney rules specified that m case of a tie sco-e the teams would resume play and the first to score two poirts uould be declared the winner After both clubs missed golden opportunities, Pichesa, star Osage center, dropped in the v, inning two pointer This same Pachesa, a tall fast cutting sharp shooter, broki. all IOIJT- nament records bv scoring 40 points --17 fielders and 6 out of 14 penalty tosses Despite all attempts on the part of the Shamrock guards to co\er he", she whipped the bill th-ough the cords from all angles By using a two handed over he-id shot Miss Pachesa was successful in shooting over the hends of the guards Ede Tulley and Captain "Izzy" Metzger plajed brilliant ball for the Shamrocks while "Toots' Fromck featured on the defense The gaire was never in danger of becoming rough and "vet 47 fouls were called on the tu o lc ms 25 on Osage and 22 on the Shimrocks In girls rules fouls are c?lled much closer in West Virgmn than thev ire interpreted m this district ' Izzj Metzger and W Ima Scott v,ere banished on personals along -with Nemeth A Moms and Pelliccioni of the ·\\inners The lire-up Shamrocks C f Pts Primus f 1 0 2 Bogusky f 2 1 5 Tulley c 8 6 2 2 Metzger, g-J - 5 3 13 Scon g - f O i l Seese g . 0 0 o Fronick g ,,-. __ 0 0 0 DeBolt, f ,, . 0 0 0 DiNe^lo, g -- 0 0 0 Totals 16 11 43 Osajre, W V a O F P t s Jordon, f 1 2 4 Pelliccioni f __ . 0 1 1 Pachesa, c 1 7 S 40 A Morris g --. 0 0 0 Nerreth g _ 0 0 0 Panceroff g . 0 * 0 0 Dean g . 0 0 0 B Morris, f 0 0 0 Totals 18 8 45 Score by qua-ters Shamrocks 8 18 10 7 0--43 Osage 5 16 16 7 2--*5 Referee--Sordi Floor Battle At Scottdale This Evening Ihe Ove holt basketeers will swing m*o action at 0 o clock ton ght at Scottdale State Armory, taking on a strong Rowlesbuig, W \ia' quintet led by Don W Eicher fonrner Mill Tottn athietic ace ' Tnere will be two prehrrinanes, the frst at 0 45 o clock CITY KECRE/VXIOIS CENTER BASKETBALL LEAGUE Junior Division Standing of the Clubs Comets Willcnv Inn Juniors St Rita Juniors Og*evees "Y" Streamliners North End Tigers W 4 4 3 _ f L 1 3 2 2 4 5 Youns Men's Division Stindins: of the Clubs Paramounts Pleasant Level Dawson Hillcrest Leiserjrmg Greenwood W 4 ·, . _ 3 . 2 2 0 I, 1 t 2 3 Pot .800 800 600 600 200 000 Pet 800 750 600 -·400 400 000 The schedule for Siturdaj Junior Division Streamliners vs St Rita Juniors, State Armory 10 A M North End \ s Oglcvees, 10 40 A M Comets vs Willow Inn Juniors, 11 20 A M lounR- Men's Division Greenwood v s Diuson, 1 P M Plensant Level vs Leisennng, 1 40 P M Hillcrest vs Paramounts, 2 20 P M Pleasant Le\el vs Greenwood, 3 P M Local Lassies Triumplu Bowling at Grah m allejs Thursday night a. 'earn of Connells\ ille girls defeitcd Mount Pleasant lassies bj nine p ns, 1 588 to 1 579 JE Ramge of Mount Pleasant copped individual horors with a single game high of 152 · Wk«n 70* iMed money nmtiitf--fee 007 fvtfoa* -- crwr «otyr»o- iea «onh loan p*an wjO AIWWZS YCB PROBLEM! N I O N LOKMi Cp. TWST Outstanding Cage Stars in Tourney Continued fiom Page Fourteen Smith, Sewickley Juniors, f Kaxel, Sewickley Juniors, c Kodgers Union town, g Falvo Washington, g Second Team Love, Rockwood f Greaves, Umontown, t J Clmgan Union town c Gorby Washington, g Dunaway Dunbar, g Sportsmanship Medals W Clmgan, Union town McMullen, Paramounts Featherljne, Washington Jones, Paramounts Wilkie Perry Federation Awards Herbick NcmacoLm "" Vavrek Donora Jobnsori Sv^issvale High Point One Game Herbick Nemaclin 21 Bonnell Donora, 37 Hiprh Point Tourney Bornel 1 Donora, 54 Herbick Nemacolin, 21 All Tournament Medals First Team Va\ rek, Donora f Herbick, Nemacolin, 1 Bonnell Donora c G Blednik, Swissvale, g Johnson, Swissvale, g Second Team Alcott, Dono-a, f Pavlosky, Pleasant Level, f Tragressor, Jeannette, c Dress Up YTM Boy ^ Easter Boys' l.ONGIES SI.00 $1.50, $1.95 Boys' Wool 4-PC. SUITS Blue Clu'\!ots $4.95 $4.95 Boys' KNICKERS Full lined 89c Students SUITS --with 2 pans long pants $7.95, $9.98, $12.50 Boys' OXFORDS Black and browns $1.50 $1.95 $2.95 Prep SUITS Smart styles $9.95 and SI 0.95 Boys' SWEATEES 95c Boys' SHIRTS 50c Boys' HATS $1.50 H. W A R S H A L OUTFITi'EB FOR HEN AND BOYS 134 North Pittsburgh Street WANTED: * «y ««r todaj Exp«rtx preferred Apply »ny food tarcrn of Ixp. roona INSTRUCTIONS Order « bottU o! our new Old Sbuy Pilsner (I)ELR) dmfc It and if it i*n t far lw tcr than tb« b«.T you re bwn drinking we 11 giv« yon DOUBLP YOUK MONBT BACK' IMPORTANT Bo nr« to uk tor Old Sh»y Pila^ier (BEER) Don t eonfos* »ith our fimou. Old Shay ALE EE- MFMnFR -- DO OBI E YOUR MONFY BACh. if thii mrv bc«r ion t better beer ti»n the beer jou rt been rtrmklr*?/ Old Shay Beer is made by the same people -who maJscOld Shay Ale. The Victor Brenmg Ct. Connellsville Bottling Works, No. First Street. Phone 1275. Whistle Bottling Co So First Street. Phone 300-J C Basilone, No. Pittsbure St Phone 356. GOLDE'S SALE STARTS TOMORROW MORNING at $30 A. M. I N N E R TUBES Most Si/es Bought from the Receiver, appointed by the Federal Court at public sale, Saturday, March 18th. The Entire stock of Go!de Tire Radio Company. Now offered to you at reductions of and Y 2 off fist price. Storage Battery Guaranteed 13 Mo Exch. Seat Covers for All Cars PBICE Hot "Water Heaters $2.95 $1.50 Alarm Clocks 87c (50c Simoniz and Kleaner 33c Radio Tubes T?CA, A returns And Other Standard Makes 65c Champion Spark Tings 49c 75c Value Pumps Spark Plugs Top Dressing, pt. 50c Iron Cord E. Crawford Avenue. 39c MOTOR OIL Pure CQ n 100% DUG 2 Gal Can Tire Chains Any Si/e PHARSS TIRES 5:50-17 6:00-16 .95 McAleer's Polish Wax $1.05 Value 44c RADIOS 0p to $20.00 $1.50 Ball Bearing' Holler Skates 89c T,aige, Ail-Steel Wairon - $2.69 Entire Stock Auto Paits 1 OPF 2 Entile Stock Isrnition Parts 1 OFF 2 House and Auto Tool's Floor Mats 59c $9.50 Twin Horns $4.39 Piston Rings, set 89c TCO'DKEDS OF OTHER ITEMS 15% TO 50% OKT" LOOK FOR THE YELLOW FRONT. "Just Above Brimstone Corner

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