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District Grade Tourney Started Last Night Games Here 'i I= i,! : i i!'" "I onighf and i Finals Friday t The district basketball tourney i opened here last night with Mount Pulaski and I." O. O. F. lightz win- ning from Veeldon and Maroa. The Kenney heavies outpointed Maroa hea'ies to remain in the running. Games tonight will include a bat[le royal between Mount Pu- laski and I. O. O. F. heavies, and %eldon will play Kenney heavies. The .finals will be played on Fri- day night. The games start at 7 o'clock. Herbert Holz is the tourney man- ager. Box scores : I. O. O. F. Lights B. F. T. Lanum, f ........... 0 2 2 Stuckey, f .......... 1 0 2 Scott, c ............. 5 0 10 Martine, g .......... 0 1 1 Dillard, g ........... 4 1 9 Dallas, g ............ 1 u z Totals .......... 11 4 26 Maroa Lights B. F. T. Pulliam, f ........... 0 1 1 Tozer, f ............ 0 0 O McBride, c .......... 0 0 0 Montgomery, g ...... 1 0 2 TLmas, g .......... 0 1 1 Tozer, g ............ 0 1 1 Mount Pulaski Grade Scool Lights and Heavies : Totals ........... 1 3 5 Pulaski Lights B. F. T. Underhill, f ......... 3 0 6 Lee, f .............. 0 0 0 Hatfield, f .......... 0 0 0 Meister, f ........... 0 0 0 Kruger, c ........... 4 0 8 Buckles, g .......... 2 0 4 Manes, g ............ 1 0 2 Total .......... _10 0 20 Weldon Lights B. F. T. Ruble, f ............. 1 0 2 Kiley, f ............. 0 0 0 Baker, f ............ 0 1 1 Goken, c ............ 2 0 4 Babson, g ........... 1 1 3 Baker, g ............ 0 0 0 Total ............ 4 2 10 Maroa Hea,ies B. F. T. Leach, f ............ 1 1 3 Gambrel, f .......... 0 2 2 Back row, left to right: Henry Buckles, Alvin Kruqer, Lindetl McCatherfy, Jerry Hahn, Carl Abel, Robert Lee. Front row: Loren Me ster, Leonard Hatfleld, Bobby UnderhilI, Gordon McCafherfy, Harry \\;nns. Chgs. Maffinqly, manaqer. Myers. c ............ 2 0 Montgomery, g ...... 0 0 Dobbs, g ............ 0 I Total ............ 3 4 Kenney Heavies B. F. Johnson, f .......... 5 4 Todd, f ............. 2 3 Johnston, c ......... 0 0 Kemp, g ............ 0 0 Mayfield, g ......... 0 0 Total ............ 7 7 41day at Hartsburg and the champ- 01ienshi p round at Atlanta Saturday, l IFebruary 15. Considerable inter- --lest is resulting from the tourna- 10 ment as nine teams have entered. T. Strong llghtweigbt squads include Atlanta, Ches'tnut, Mount PulaskL 14 with Middletown or Hartsburg 7 0 0 0 21 County Grade 'Lights' Tourney Opens Next Week The Logan County Grade School Lightweight basketball tourna- ment will open Wednesday night, February 12, in New Holland, witF, four games to be played. The sec- ond round will follow Thursday night at Mount ulaski; then Y'ri- February 12th at New Holland: 6:00 p. m., Game 1--Atlanta vs. Elkhart. 6:50 p. m., Game 2--Hartsburg vs. Middleto\\;vn. 7,:40 p. m., Game 3--Ches'tnut vs. Latham. :30 p. m., Game 4--Mount Pu- likely to be a dark horse. The heavyweight tournament will open a week later at Clestnut February 19, with eight teams: Chestnut. Mount Pulaski, I. O. O. F. Home, Middletoxm, Emden. Hartsburg, Atlanta and Latham entered. In the heax-,veight divi- sion Chestnut ancL tbe I. O. O. F. :Home school are rated exception- ally strong and outstanding, each team having a long tring of vic- tories this season. Atlanta, Mid- dletown or Hartsburg may spring a surprise though. Handsome trophies for first, second, third and consolation are to be awarded. Lightweight Tournament laski vs. New Holland. THURSDAY, February 13th at Mount J 6:30 p. m., Game Games 1 and 2. 7:20 p. m., Game Games 3 and 4. 8:10 p. m., Game vs. Winner Game 4. February 14th at 6:30 p. m., Game Games 1 and 2. 7:20 p. m., Game Game 7 vs. Winner Game 8:10 p. m.,winnerGameGame toppe Game 3 vs. February 15th at Atlart a ht FINALS s on 6:30 p." m., Game 11 in Game 8 and Game 10; thtrd[Mount 7:30 p. m., Game 12- and Game 5 and Game 9; first e$k, mds of tion.  1 set 8:30 p. m., Game 13----;:thin t Game 8 and Game 10; firmly the championship. ugh 1 ! Fuhre vIOUNT PULASKI ort s d ?HRISTIAN CHURCH ra op( J. Wayne Staley, PastJl d afl Services for Sunday, Felz led Bible School at 9:30 a. mge s Church Services at 10:30 $led We slept, but the loom dak'g .never stops; and the patter e r was weaving when the Ste o down is weaving when it cos v 0 on in the morning. He who i#ter to present duty breaks a teft c in the loom, and will find othe, when he may have forgOmer c cause. %cals Find our in, !m f Repent of our sin. ding Plead the merits of the = 1 merit for our sin. : Thos It matters not what a nnin es, if he saves his oul; bU e s e lose his soul, it matters naturals he save. y, fr a me, ......... ---'ekl DEMOCRATIC LAENNA TOWNSHIP Locjan County, III. SatuMay, Feb. 15, 1941 ,. 2 p.m. fo4 p.m. --For TOWN CLERK ASSESSOR Is Your Tractor Ready For Spring Work? If not, then now is the ideal time to have your tractor in our shop which is fully equipped to recondition it in every respect and give if that "New Performance" you will appreciate this spring and summer, and in this way you will avoid loss of time during your busy sea- son. If your tractor has steel wheels we will come out and ge? if on our delivery trailer at NO EXTRA COST. -- i ii i YOU THE BEST OF SERVICE ON YOUR CAR I OPEN SUNDAY MORNINGS BROOKEII FARM SALES PHONE 21 N. W. COR. 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