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M MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NE---WS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS Latham Cagers To Finals Will Probably Meef Elkhar00 Saturday Labhaxa defeated Hartsburg 30 to 29 and New Holland won over Chestnut 25 to 23 in Logan coun- ty games last night. Elkhart al- so beat Emden 33 to 11 in anoth- er game. Hartsburg (29) B. F. T. Lolling, f ........... 6 3 15 Berry, f ............ 1 0 2 Leesman, f .......... 4 0 8 Quis'berry, c ........ 0 0 0 Harmson. g L ........ 0 2 2 Singley, g .......... 1 0 2 Totals .......... 12 5 29 Latham (30) B. F. T. Howe. f ............. 2 4 8 Ferry, f ............ 0 0 0 Heft, c ............. 4 0 8 Duncan, g .......... 2 0 4 Kerschner, g ........ 3 4 I0 Totals .......... 11 8 Emden (11) B. Eten, f ............. 0 Rademaker, f ....... 0 Johnson, c .......... 0 Behrends, c ......... 0 Cammick, g ......... 1 Hussman, g ......... I P. Blaum, c ......... 2 3 7 Lohrenz, g .......... 2 0 4 L. Lohrenz, g ........ 0 1 1 Totals .......... 10 5 25 Middletown (26) FG. Ft. T'I Knowles, f .......... 3 3 9 Askley, f .......... 1 0 2 Barclay, f .......... 1 0 2 House, c ........... 4 0 8 Noon, c ............ 0 2 2 Morris, g ........... 1 1 3 uscl g ............ 0 0 0 Totals .......... 10 6 26 Lathmn (40) FG. FT. T'I Johnson, f .......... 1 1 3 Howe, f ............ 5 4 14 Heft, c ............. 7 0 14 Ferry, g ............ 0 0 0 Zerschner, g ....... 3 2 8 Duncan, g ........ 0 1 1 Totals .......... 16 8 40 30 i Reason (87) leG. FT. T'I Hamblen, f ......... 3 3 9 F. T. Southern, f ......... 3 5 11 2 2 Klem, c .............. 0 1 1 0 0 Poston, g ........... 4 1 9 0 0, Baker, g ............ 0 1 1 1 1 JCisco, g ............ 2 2 6. 1 3 3 5 Totals .......... 12 13 27 rtsbrg (44) FG. FT. T'l Totals ........... 2 7 Elkhart ($) B. F. Davi, f ............ 4 2 Fox, f .............. 1 0 Fitzgtbbons, c ....... 3 0 Butler, g ............ 0 1 Gleason, c .......... 1 2 Lanterman, g ....... 2 1 Taylor, g ........... 0 1 T. Taylor, g ......... 2 0 Totals .......... 13 7 Chestnut (28) 13. F. Simcoe, f ........... 4 1 McCann, f .......... 0 1 Maum c ............. 2 1 Buckler, g .......... 1 0 Hein, g ............. 0 0 Aug,paugh, g ....... 2 2 11 Lolling, f .......... 8 T. !Barry, f ............ 10 Quisenberry, c ...... 1 2 Leenan, c ......... 7 6 Harmsen, g ......... 1 1 Coers, g ............ 0 4 Sinley, g .......... 1 5 1 Totals .......... 20 4 Atlanta (24) FG. 33 Denten, f ....... 3 K. Brooks, f ........ 1 T. Williams, c ......... 3 9 Boelt, g .......... 0 1 Applegate, g ........ 0 5 2 I Totals ........... 7 0 Elkhart (6) FG. 6 Davis, f ............ 2 Fitzgibbons, f ....... 4 23 Gleason, c .......... 0 T. T. Taylor, g ......... 2 06 I_aterman, g ....... 2 7 Totals .......... 10 Totals ............ 9 5 New Holland (25) B. F. Long, f ............. 3 0 tuil, f .............. 0 0 Viers, f ............. 3 1 3 19 0 4 0 2 1 15 1 o 2! 0 0 0 2 4 44 FT. T'I 6 12 2 4 0 6 1 1 1 1 10 24 FT. T'I 3 7 1 9 0 0 2 6 0 4 6 26 i ,i Get Rid of Your. ...- RHEUMATISM ARTHRITIS or NEURITIS Nature's Way Without Drugs or Strict Diets Enjoy at home the same treatment that is qiven at expensive health resorts. These cabinet baths and massages, also clear the skin and complexion. Get rid of body toxin, relieve muscle soreness and help break up colds. We also specialize in reducing. PAUL W. Swedish Massage and Baths Hours 9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. Next to Krogers m Phone 71 for Appointment Celebrated Golden Wedding Anniversary S00unday 41 e ! fens crumbling to pieces as J real sank basket after pile up 19 points while the were pieking up only 6 Sleepers, long shots, short nd whatnot combined to the last period a hectic one for| T, locals. Mot of their work f confined to fouling, comm/t P, five with ?liller leaving the g C with four against him. Pe ton also left via this route. Iron Talmage and McCain got@broke kets while Bertoni waa Spigeo r two free ones. Hulvey anaJ.ser.ic derson were the hea" STwo i with everyone else getting in @are a basket and free throw, all ai Ti llilltopper seconds losea, a tough battle. :birds Mount Pulaski (33) B. F. their] Miller. f ............ 2 2 A t Fuhrer. f ........... 2 1 to th( McCain, c .......... 1 0 is on Talmage, c .......... 3 3 ,is alre Buckles g .......... 0 0 on the Dittus, g ........... 3 0 geney BerLoni. g .......... 1 3 -bearin ;Just l Totals .......... 12 9 ; Pige Normal (46) B. F. rovec Barnes. f ........... 1 2 forces 1 from t 0 land, 3 The 1 5 to 4 'een I Pemberton, f ...... 0 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sams residinq east o khol nt Pulaski, cele-IHines c -- 1 prated the fiftieth anniversary of their weddinq wlfha family dinnerl. . ' ............ . rlulvey c 4 The anniversary of their marriage came on the fo owmq I Wflha'sm f ........... Sunday. day. " " , .......... 1 Anders'on, g ........ 8 I Kidwell, g ........... 2 Put Up Fine Baffle Until Final Period Mount Pulaski's HilltolYpers aft- er a grand exhibition of baket- ball in the first half of their game with Normal Community high Tuesday night, fell apart in the fi- nal period and took a terrific beat- ing for eight minutes. Playing like veterans and carry- ing the fight to the opposition, the -illtopper had the situation in hand leading 9 to 6 at  end 9 f the i first period and having a margin of 21 to 15 as  half ended. The third period wa an even affair at the close with both teams having 27 points. Then the fatal fourth began, but. First Quarter Talmage scored on Hulvey's per- sunal and Miller went in under fast on a long pass from Fuhrer. Kidwell sank a free one on Ber- toni's foul and Bertoni came riglt back with a free one on KidweU's personal. Barnes scored on Buck- les personal and Bertoni missed two free ones on successive fouls by Pemberton, midget whirlwind Talmage scored from way out but Anderson countered with one of the same kind. Anderson scored two free ones on Buckles and Tal- mages errors. Miller found the range from far out and scored to give the locals a 9-6 lead. Second Quarter Fast The period opened with I)ittus in for BuckleS sinking a pretty one" from under the basket but 'Williams in for Barnes courtered with a fake slot from underneath. Hulvey sctred on Miller's foul and then sank one of his two on Kid- well's personal. Fuhrer fouled Williams who scored. idwell scored on a sleeper. Dittus push- ed in a rebound and Pemberton scored on Miller's foul. Talmage pushed one up in the air from medium distance to swish the net. Dittus, who was playing the best ball of the season, went in on a rebound to score his third basket In this period Talmage sank a free one on Kidwell's personal. Anderson, short but fast, stole the ball and went in to core. Fuhrer let loose a long Bertha and sank a basket to run the count up to 21- 15, Mount Pulaski. Slip in Third Quarter Normal went into high gear in this quarter and put on the heat Pulaski Drops 1004ormalGamel .......... 17 12 Sp C are nc SIMPLE ARITIEM[ETI  t" The Duke of Wellington Y ne I which baskets ceved a letter from a lady l six ast t: J against "  ever ing that she had put down h'eh]n , name for a subscription of - pounds for a certain churcl '" .t_When 1 replied, agreeing to her fla  Th assignment, but added "I too,_ "r. e 'lanes and so," he concluded, "no m&ttack netted them two and two free tosses. I Hulvey, giant center, went into his dance during this period and worked his pivot shot to pick up three baskets. Anderson, still driving hard a he had from the first of the game, went in for two more nice baskets and sank a long one. They missed their three free tosses on foul by Miller, and Tal- made. Bertoni came in on a fast break to take a perfect puss from Miller to score. And Fuhrer did the same thing a few minutes la- ter on a pretty play. Miller and Fuhrer each s'ank free ones. The third period ended 21-27. Then the Deluge It really happened in this quar- ter with tl Mount Pulaski de- need pass between us." ere in! BIRD VARIETIES .n a' About 40 varieties of shore - Vvai] axe found along the Atlantic e fe of the United States. en meti LEATHER SOURCE cou The United States prodtem s more leather than any other cmer  try. SELF-STARTER I-ll lUIIER FENDERS BELT PULLEY TWIN POWER You're in for a pleasant when you first see the new Tv Power "'101" Junior, for in ap ..an, ce, in performance and in qualit its every bit as modern and f/ ished as the bigger, more expensiV Massey-Harr/s tractors. The "101" Junior has a daily worJ output of approximately 8 hor with added belt power due to tb$ exc!usive Twin-Power, feature. 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