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SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1958.
THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA.
PAGE SEVEN

Ticket Sale Opens For Boosters' Big Summer Sports Party

Tickets have been placed on sale for the annual summer sports rally of the Connellsville Booster Club to be held Thursday, July 24, at St. James Park Country Club at Dawson.

Dinner will be served at 6:30 o'clock and members will be permitted to bring their sons or a guest. Reservations for the dinner are to be made with Secretary A.L. Beard by July 17 and all members are urged to return the reservations cards sent them.

Joe L. Brown, general manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates, will top the list of guest speakers. Included will be Danny Murtaugh, manager of the Pirates, Dick Groat, Bill Mazeroski and Ron Kline, outstanding Pittsburgh players. Bob Prince, renowned sportscaster, will serve as toastmaster.

Tickets for the event may also be purchased at Oppermann's service station, Feniello's barber shop and Moore's music store.

Virgil A. "Babe" Feniello is general chairman of the committee in charge.


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Steelers to Give Clinic August 7 At Charleroi Park

Ever wonder how a pro football team is assembled for competition in the rugged National Football League?

Tri-State district fans will be given the opportunity to see first hand how the Pittsburgh Steelers are indoctrinated in the various phases of the game Thursday night, August 7, when they are featured in a unique demonstration at the Charleroi High School Stadium.

Coach Buddy Parker and his staff will put the 1958 Steelers through the mill, showing the intricacies of the multiple offensive and defensve patterns used by pro teams and how to off-set them. The clinic-like exhibition will be climaxed by an intra-squad scrimmage, the true test for determining which players will make the squad and which ones will not.

The "study in pro football" is being co-sponsored by the Vulcan Quarterback Club of California [[cut off]]


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Pinnacle Cage Loop Winners

Four Pinnacle players scored in double figures Thursday night en route to a one-sided, 75-47, triumph over West Side in senior division action in the Playgraund [[sic]] Summer Basketball League.

Pinnacle held but a 17-16 lead in the first quarter but broke the game wide open with a 26-9 scoring advantage in the second stanza.

Taylor led the winners in scoring with 21 points while Merendino was credited with 17 markers for Pinnacle. Radlosky chipped in 15 tallies and Caruso racked up 14 points. Helinsky and Skonezny each had 12 tallies for West Side
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The lineups:
| West Side——47        | G.| F.|Pts.|
| Nicklow, f ......... | 3 | 0 |  6 |
| Skonezny, f .........| 6 | 0 | 12 |
| Hart, c ............ | 0 | 0 |  0 |
| Welsh, g ........... | 3 | 0 |  6 |
| Murtha, g .......... | 2 | 0 |  4 |
| Green, f ........... | 1 | 0 |  2 |
| Stoner, c .......... | 2 | 1 |  5 |
| Helinsky, g ........ | 6 | 0 | 12 |
TOTALS ................|23 | 1 | 47 |

| Pinnacle——75         | G.| F.|Pts.|
| Taylor, f .........  | 9 | 3 | 21 |
| Radlosky, f ........ | 7 | 1 | 15 |
| Caruso, c .......... | 7 | 0 | 14 |
| Merendino, g ....... | 8 | 1 | 17 |
| Brooks, g .......... | 4 | 0 |  8 |
TOTALS ................|35 | 5 | 75 |

Scoring by quarters:
| West Side ..... 16   9  12  10——47
| Pinnacle ...... 17  26  17  15——75
Officials——Carlson and Denvir.


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SPORTS GLEANINGS
By OSCAR FRALEY
United Press International

NEW YORK (UPI)——A rising young artist will be in town next week for two diverse exhibitions on canvas.

Come Tuesday, Harwood Crawford, a commercial artist who does brilliantly plumaged birds in [[cut off]]


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"Early Birds" Gather at City Airport for Annual Reunion

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Members of the "Early Birds" airplane organization gathered at the Connellsville Airport Friday afternoon for a meeting in junction with the National History of Flight are shown above as follows:

Kneeling, left to right —— George Scragg of Cleveland,  Ohio; Paul Garber of Washington D.C.; Ralph Barnaby of Philadelphia, vice president; Russell Holderman of Rochester, N.Y., newly-elected president; E.C. Macauly of Imperial Beach, Calif.; and Joe Pallissard of Chicago, Ill.

Seated —— Roderick M. Wright of Washington, Ind.; William A. Denehie of Chicago, Nels Nelson of Yonkers, N.Y.; Charles Paterson of St. Petersburg, Fla., Stan Vaughn of Columbus, Ohio; Warren Eaton of Los Angeles, Calif., retiring president; Ivan P. Wheaton of Long Beach, Calif.; Jack Burran of Long Island City, N.Y., and William C. Diehl of North Bergen, N.J.

Standing —— Ernie Hall of Warren, Ohio; Blanche Stuart Scott of Cornell, N. Y.; Burrell Tibbs of Oklahoma City, Okla.; Paul Studenski of Pittsburgh; E.B. "Pop" Gaither of Huston, Tex.; Frank Ellis of West Vancouver, B.C., Canada; Harry D. Grallick of Riverside, N.J.; L.L. Walker of Houston, Tex.; E.A. "Pete" Goff of Battle Creek, Mich.; Andy Hermance of Miami., Fla.; B.W. King of Brooklyn, N.Y., and A.O. Heinrich of Baldwin, Long island, N.Y.


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U.S. Horsemen Capture Two Riding Events

AACHEN, Germany (UPI)——The American equestrian team claimed two victories today in the Aachen International Horse Show.

William Steinkraus, the U.S. team captain from Westport, Conn., owned one of them and George Morris of New Canaan, Conn., a newcomer to the team, owned the other.

Steinkraus, riding First Boy, won the "Preis Der Reiterlichen Vereinigung" jumping event to gain his second victory in the show which is the most important annual equestrian event in this country.

Only five of the 63 starters in this event negotiated the track faultlessly with Steinkraus posting the fastest time. The trial was held across ditches and walls with 12 obstacles requiring 21 jumps.

Morris won the "Aachen Gla [[cut off]]


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SKYROCKET WITH VAMPIRE

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Johnny Skyrocket is shown in front of the Golden Vampire Jet, prepared to zoom into the skyways for an outstanding performance before thousands at Connellsville Airport during the three-day nat- [[cut off]]


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DeGaulle Casts Lot With West

By JOSEPH W. GRIGG
United Press International
PARIS (UPI) — Gen. Charles de Gaulle today will promise Secretary of State John Foster Dulles greater French political stability in return for American help in exploding the first French nuclear weapon an informed source said.

Dulles flew here Friday for a quick round of conferences today with the new French premier, Foreign Minister Maurice Couy Murville and other French officials. The pressing French demand was for admission to the exclusive American - British - Russian "nuclear club."

Dulles was reported to have strong reservations about this because of past French political instability.

Dulles met Friday night with NATO Supreme Commander Gen. Lauris M. Norstad and with NATO Secretary general Paul-Henri Spaak of Belgium this morning before his visit with De Gaulle. The allies were reported concerned over making France a stronger NATO partner.

Today's Dulles-De Gaulle meeting was the American government's first official contact with De Gaulle since he took office June 2 after the gravest crisis in recent French history.


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George Has Strike While Fishing But Skin Diver Objects

HYANNIS, Mass. (UPI)—Fisherman George Vasquez of Waltham cast his line far and deep, trolled it slowly in and suddenly had a strike.

It was a big one without a doubt, thought Vasquez, who had switched to heavier tackle only minutes before.

His line jerked, the reel hummed and Vasquez set his heels firmly to avoid an impromptu dip in the ocean. It was the strongest cod the 53-year-old veteren angler had ever hooked.

He played it expertly, giving and taking at just the right moments. Slowly but surely the quarry was pulled toward shore, despite its powerful and almost frantic jerks on the line.

Vasquez wasn't to be denied.

The net was ready, the angler could almost smell frying fish, when suddenly the line took an un- [[cut off]]
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