Monday, April 22, 1935

Connellsville Daily Courier

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Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - April 22, 1935, Connellsville, Pennsylvania MONDAY, APRIL 22, 1935. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PAGE SEVEN. Track THE SPORT Baseball JAMES 3r. DIUSCOIL. Defeat Scottdale Hig Local Athletes Establish New Javelin, Broad and High Jump Marks; Win Nine Events TVhittaker, Laddick and Miller Break Existing Becords of Fayette Oonnty. LOSERS DISPLAY MUCH STRENGTH By CHARLES DANIELS Connellsville High School won its second dual field and track meet Sat- OTday afternoon, defeating Scottdale by a score of 75 to 42 after a contest which found the Millers mak- ing a determined bid lor victory by coming through with many second third places. The Cokers, under Coach Joseph A. Lerew, took first honors in nine of the events while the Scotties captured four. Several records were set by the performers who found weather conditions ideal. In some, however, the opposition Tas not very keen and the athletes made no effort for new marks. IVbittafcer of the Orange aid Black- turned in a record when he the javelin, through the ozone for a distance of 165 feet, 16 feet better than tee all-time Fayette. county scholastic record. In a priveious meet at East Huntingdon Township park last Wednesday, he hajd set a new mark with a heave of nearly 160 feet. It was the second meet in whjc he participated this year and he es tablished a new scholastic perform- ance in Fayette and Westmoreland counties. The time in the sprints and Tims fair, Woodrnff. the fleet footed ace of the Cokers, winning easily as lie completely outdistanced a field to annex both the SSO and the mile events. He never in danger as continued to flash the brilliant stride that has seen him sweep through all opposition. The broad jump mark ol 21 Jeet ona inch by Laddick was four inches better than the all-time Fayette rec- ord ol 1929 set by Stribltag. Incident- ally, TVhittaker broke his own javflm leave of 149 feet which he set last year. The high jump won by Miller who did a quarter of aa inch than the county record of 1929 nude by Shelton OE Brownsville. Three Cokers -ft ere in the running the pole wulters went nine feet six and in the jump-off. Miller cleared the bar at 11 reel <md Blair und Archibald tied for second, honors. Judging from the showing of the Blue and White. Coach Murphy's team make the Westmoreland county athletes do some tall hustling to push it into the baikgiound at Creensburs on Saturday, May 11, on which day ths Cokers will be going to town at McClellandtown where they are ex- pected to capture once- again tha Fay- ette county interscholastic meet. Connellsville will send a relay team to Philadelphia for the Penn relays this week-end and on Wednesday of, next week, Ramsay High of Mount? Pleasant will appear here for a con- test. On May 4, the Cokers go to Pittsbnrg for the annual Pitt inter- scholastic program. The county eient full be run off on May 11 and the following Saturday, the W. P. I. A. league will hold its competition at Pitt Stadium. The Cokers plan to pnt their finger in the pie in each of these features. The summary: Track Events. 100-yard Scottdale, first; Franks, Connellsville, second; Brown, Scottdale, third. Time 220-yard Scottdale, first; Laddick and "Weihe, Conmlls- second and third. Time 440-yard and Joscak, Connellsville, first and sec- ond; Grigshy, Scottdale, third. Time SSO-yard R. Brooks and Petrilla, Connellsville, first, sec- ond and third. Time 2: OS. Mile Connellsville, first; Butler and Luski, Scottdale, Continued on Page Five. Meet Highlights Sports Gleanings Among those on the roster the McKeesport club ot the Pennsylvania State League scheduled for training at Greenville are Charles Kern or Dunbar, R. D., and (Jharles Harit? of Isabel e. shortstops; nob Coles, Math- er, pitcher; M. J. McCloy, Mmmt Pleasant, third baseman, and Lon'fa Bolensky, Mather, second baseman. ATHLETIC GIRLS LOSETOKEAGYS IN CENTER GAME REIGN IN AQUATIC SPORTS Alfred R. Barr, physical instructor of the Scuool who has charge of the javelin, high jump, pole vault and broad jump events for the team, was in Ohio during the meet but his charges evidently remembered their instructions as they on to take firsts in all of these events Ono, Whittaker's javelin mark, was good tor a new school Dopcsters say that if Joe Harris, Detroit negro sensation, knocks out Prime Camera and goes to York I to fight Max Baer for the I crown, another million dollar gate ife I certain. At practice Thursday. Dick Brad- ley time of for the 120- yard high hurdles which he set in. 1930 etar-ds as a. school record, the high hurdlers exercise which he said "would work wonders for them.' They evidently did for the Coker bojs took every place in that event. I _____ Eddie Wells won lus second game for Hollywood, turning back Los Angeles, 0-2. in the Facile Coast League Saturday, allowing but five hits. Scottdale has a fine dash man in Terry. This colored flash won the centmy ard the 220 by several yards. Hie times of and are ex- cellent considering the fact that the cinder track was very loose and a solid foothold was almost impossible to obtain. Pitt's track and field team defeated Temple, 97 3-1 to 37 1-4, the winners taking 10 of the 15 iirst places. Car- negie Tecli won over P. A. A., 65 to 49. In the meet, the records I of some were far under those set by the Cokers and Scottdflle, part.ciilar- ly in the low hnrdlrs, mile run, 220, I SSO, shot put, javelin and broad jump. The pole vault mark was tied and the high jump here was just one-quarter of an inch behind. Terry also has possibilities as a broad jumper. He leaped close to 22 feet but louled as he attempted to run alongside the loose runway and then cut in to hit the mark the last few strides. Each athlete was allowed to enter three events. Woodruff made the most of his chances as he scored wins in the mile, SSO and tlle shot put. A miscalculation resulted in having the mile event extend some two hundred yards beyond the proper finish line. Woodruff's time tor this "mile plus" was When the error was dis- covered, his time for the mile was. set at Fred Miller's marks of 11 feet in the pole vault and flve feet S 1-4 inches <n the high jump were high- lights in tho day's activities. Connellevjlle scored 41 In the track events and 33 in field con. petition while Coach Murphy's boys chalked op 21 markers in each div inatuicd teams or stars. The Athletics won the flrbt encounter, tluit il will be necessary to play a third game to deride the junior "powder puft" scries. D and Tiillcy stirred for their respective In tho second game the Five Flaiues continued their spree by taking a bard-.ousht jame from the Toinadoes, uuimpioi.t, of the Intel mediate Leasae. Rush swept through tho champs for baskets while McCoy and Shaw played their usual good gamp for the losers. The flnal score was 39 to 24. Tho line-ups. Kcag-j AUiletlc P._____McMullcn C.________Tulley __C. G_______Konaer -D. Metzgcr 4, Dowri, Martin, Scott, Bulcb'ish, Tnlli'y 4, Slijjer, Mt.Y alien, Kenner. Foul 2 out ot ID; Atblet.es, 1 out of 6. Rush_________F. Fnznmnrice .___F. n Ke.ine------------0. Zimmerman____CJ. Coy. Field 7, Fiumaurice J, Kea-ne 2, Zimmerman .i, Bergrn 2, McLoy 4, 3, Smith, Cacdilora 2, ________Smith ---------Sa'atiuo ------------Shaw ______Falcone ----_ CdJKiilora Mc- Foul S out of 5; Tornadoes, 2 out of 5. KING AND QUEEN OF AMERICVS SWIMMING LANESt Jack Mcdica of Seattle nnd Kalhcrinc RawU of Minmi. Mho be- tween them hold nearly oery sMimming record in the U. S., are crowned after their >ietoricg at the A.A.U. championship meet in Chicago. PRACTICE DATES FOR S. S. LEAGUE TEAMSASSIGNED Each f lull TVill Have One Day in Week for Drill at M'hontfleld Park. OUTFIELD GETS IMPROVEMENTS A schedule of practices tor Sourt Side Ixuigue teams in connection with (he use of Wlieatfieli! Park for that purpose pnoi to the opening of the season hafi been drawn up. Under the schedulo, tlia following days been assigned: Monday. Unity Fraternity; Tues- day, Campbell Gladiators; Wednes- day, Fayette Realty; Thursday, Rush Rovers; Friday. Lenhart Motors. The clubs may either devote the-r dates entirelv to practice sessions or hold exhibition games. The grounds are being put into condition. Somp work was done on Saturday anJ rakes will still be ill se this afternoon and evening. With plenty of scurrying about for Players still going on, every club is certain to have its full personnel of IS players before the opening date. crowd. Dlsry allowed but five scat- tered blowi. 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