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Trinity Swamps Locals S00.at00 To,T,00y J T,00ke00 o. S,a00 jRegional In Last Home Game 00;-00,Play Starts structions for the distribution of I Reserves Play  btiaCkeettsbflrfinthalsSattL:hniv:Crhitoo Next Week Final Quarter; ]Arthur Five Wins fee'.llrieve f%c   it Mount Pulaski ,ings into act- Seconds Win executive secreta,T of the Illinois ion in their first game of the re- Custer's last stand had nothing on the massacre the Trinity In- dians perpetrated here Tuesday night when they scalped the Hill- toppers 38-23. The bail game started out as a fairly even one with the locals trailing on a 9-7 score. Fuhrer, Buckles and Talmage connected with baskets and Bertoni took a free one. Burke, a tall lad, poured in two baslets and a free one with Mullens getting a neat twohand- er above his head and Carberry, a small youngster with spectacles, faked his man out of position for a basket. : Mount Pulaski failed to score in the second period, and conceded IGrade Tourney Arthur proved the class of the sectional grade school lightweight tournament which was concluded Saturday night. The Arthur quintet trounced Lincoln Central by a 30 to 14 score in the finals after defeating Mount Pulaski 29 to 9 in the semi- finals. Lincoln advanced to the fin- aLS by defeating Assumption 19 to Third place went to Assumption by virtue of its 19 to 15 win over Mount Pulaski. Both Arthur and Centad will represent this sectional in the state lightweight meet to open High School association. The schedule is as follows: Friday, March 21--7:30 p. m. Two games. Saturday, March 22--7:30 p. m. Two games. Game 1: For third place between losers Friday night; Game 2: Championship game be- tween winners Friday night. All seats will be reserved with the following rates: eason tickets--Adults, $1.75; children, $1; principals and coaches of schools whose teams competed in the state series, $1. Single sessions--Friday: Adults, $1; children, 50 cents; Saturday: Adults, $1; children, 75 cents. Twelve hundred season tickets gional tourney to get under way in IAncoln on Tuesday evening of next week. The Hilltoppers play the second game of the evening at 8:45 when they meet Lindoln with whom they are bracketed the first time in many a moon. It is a case of where the usual finals become an inaugural. On the basis of the season's rec- ord the locals are on the short end of the forecasts to continue in the race more than one evening. How- ever, Hilltcp teams in the past have had a mean habit of tearing down Lincoln's playhouse and this year may be another one of those eases. But the answer remains Latham M, Beason Tonighti ea Neff dal:>ez Middletown def ted ... land, 41-29, and Hartsburg  WOF ed Chestnut 33-25 in the the % Holland dist'ct openers last' _.._ .v Knolews scored 21 of ilc. 17kb: tom's points. F ' writt, Simcoe, f ........... 2 1  story fr Aughenbaugh, f ..... 2 0 that cit5 McCann, f .......... 0 0 will l Durhin, c ........... 0 Maus, c ............ 1  ds in Bllehler. g .......... 0 0 klin wa Mat2teny, g ......... 4 1 p, her --  I..aur Totals ........... 9 7  bloc Lolling f ........... 4 Barry, f ............ 4 Leesman, c ......... 2 QuLsenberry, e ...... 1 Harnsen, g ......... 0 Gather, g ........... 0 Singlay, g .......... 2 Coors, g ............ 1 the old ents w 2 s. Sh, 0 at th, 0 a =we 0!gin n, o : ago, 0 ]hita v 0 mber c six oints to Trinity on to - Saturday night in Mount Pulas. are to be held for principals and with the local squad. They can __  erns kets  -and two free toases to ended Bardolph of Western Illinois is coaches for which the last day of key themselves up to play the Totals 14 5 tonally the half 15-8. Lincoln's first foe. !accepting orders is Feb. 27. game of Ie year if they care to .......... : Trinity went into action on the  i Ceneral public orders will be ac- make the effort and end the sea- [ ............ From A TN[P . . • . . . , u..t.x.,o .u..vurni hit-run basis and sank five bas- T  cepted beginning Feb. 27 and fill- son wth a lot of satiefactlon to ed up kets and three free tosses on re- Chestnu €9_a    led in the order received. Order s themselves and the fans as well I 7 p. mLatham vs. Beaso$_ of a recel ed before Feb 27 will be on - un - -- o h - - by taking Lincoln out of tourneyl $ p m Emden, y in 1 nee d snous, ne anaers ana Simcoo f R  n " - . •  p ................... the same footin as those received I -- fast drive-ins. The Hilltoppers Au'hn,  • 9 n  g play the first night. It's up to you Wichita had to content themselves with a .  a a n[Feb. 27. gang. e .er ket and two free tosses by Du;lin.  : ............ ; ; ;[ The sale of season tickets by According to W. C. HadJJn;l _  COmp Miller. 28-12 Trinity. I M .. ........... , , , I mail will end March 11. If tlre manager, the tournament schedule I $ 1,   I l  Mrs i The reserves on both teams Maus , s ..........  • [are seats remaining, orders for|was changed from previous yearsILJtLJ£' Aliut Pu went into action in the last peri-I ' g ............ z • o [single sessions will be filled after [in order to avoid a Saturday night I 4 ^ H--- ,__ e then i" od and the locals outscored as l Totals - -  ]March 16. Announcement will be [session. A Friday night finale will] U UJ 'r  Were well as outfought their opponents] ................ ]made if any tickets are available give the first and second place ] Smothered , Mr. by sinking five baskets and a free I Congerville (38) 13. F. T. ]for sale at the doors. [ teams an added day'S rest before [ ,:t.h Mrs. one. l Landers, f .......... 4 3 11 | The association states that a [  sectional which opens March I O.D. Moody, of Walden, lo--- had The Seconds won their gae Irons, f ............. 5 0 10|reasonable num4er of good seats|11. . [or 40 head of hogs weighing ra Cz " ' will The Smnmary. ]Roersbger, c ....... 0 0 O] be reserved for the four corn-[ The time schedule is as follows: 1100 pounds each sometime dfath Moimt :Pulaski (35) FG lZ T,llSteffins, g .......... 1 0 2[munities whose teams Will corn- !  4 Iday nigl't. most Schrock g 1 1 3 pete m the finals The method of Game 1 c a v zs ct Miller, f ...... 1 3 5l ........... | " " | --M Le n s. D" tri ] Tuesday morning they werei en at :. Connolley, f ......... 1  2  __ |distribution will be explained tO|runnerup. 7:30p. m. • [up for feeding and they teau., Totals 1 4 26 the school executives m these Gain 2---Inc o m luhrer, f ....... 3 0 6| ........... | " " l e " oln vs. M unt Pu-lfound smothered beneath a , Li, Dittus  " 0 0 a | OfficiaLsRandolph and Robi- |communities after the quarter-fin- |laski 8-45 p m I stack of beans which evidely ant o ......... 0 ;1 son. 00/als have been decided. / -=. /had fallen on them du fron, !: MCi- ,- 1 n 9. /  l  ame 3--Delavan vs District I ni ht ' ount  . / AT N HOLLAND / ...... ]winner 7 30 m ] 'er' lokles, g . 1 0 2 t)ONSE, KVATIVE , : p. . s : __ " ..... _ _ _ [New Holland ($9) 13. F. T. I A fo ..... / Game 4 Atlanta vs Ellehart Only  were saved. ine #..aore, g ............ O i 1 lo* f .... [ rmer oanxer openen a ser-| -- • , ]  ':' m !): !:}el'toni, g .......... 0 1 i|. = ..... _ .............  lu]vice station and his first custom-]8:45 P.m. [ - _ .... " an{ (; .......  FT TlIA" Lhren, g ....... 0 1 1 I The customer explained in de-I Game 6--Winners games 3 andl I II iI  -- ..fron '..f...:i.::,::  t , nners Uttlelield, c ......... 2 3 71 .... ' ...... I' g " I ga , : p.  _.  Le=da, c ........... 1 0 2|Howe, r ............ 3 , 10/  l .... - J. mmn, g .......... 2  lzo=o., f .......... 2 0 */ AT KZNNY II , !, ::i:: I). MSllin, g ........ 1 1 s|Heft, c ............. 5 S 13]Kenney (4Z) I F. ' T.]|  --  •  . . ,. Pemberton, g 1 o 2[TUleY, g ............ 0 ........... , Uet l'00x "+ • m__._ " ...... -  -IKersch'er g 5 1 lllJ. Ballew, f 7 3 1711  v - I= wI41= • . • " ............ : - _/ otal, .......... 23 -10 1 . oh.on. g ...... , o II ,,''8 OU=,,,T,C= To ........ l Official Mitchell lB. Johnston, g 1 1 31I  t  ’ j., a_ Ill II,.,fvte-'It#fVl : s ......... o  s i -- " IB Ballew ...... II  e  IS II . F1 : 8core by Q uart, ers 1 :Z $ 4 -- " ' g ........ 4 0 8 " I , I' ---II ARTHRITIS II:C Trinity .... 9 15 30--8 lAtlnt 24) I F. T.] Totals .......... 16 :10 1211 , --, i • .......... Wxlhams f 1 Middletown (4B) B. F T ferees--L=, ,.,.oo;I " . 0 ,I.. ' . _ • -II \\;''r or NEURITIS IDeut'man f ......... I I lnowles, f 3 1 7 II 3  I .Jo ! ' Rose (Illinois Wesleyan) I: ......... 0 2 !  _. . - ......... _ _ _ II   I I / " Brooks f - armay, r ....... 3 2 8 -- If:  , .......... J: ............ 2 1 51Zuse c ---. , ,II - [ f14 Natures Way MIDDLEAGE I o. "Ii ................. II ? .... % I# H r ........... Nora, g _ 0 2 2 , I K'Bks ' g ........ O0 12 1 Steinhauer, g .... 3 1 7 • . . €" , • 'g ....... : _ oey, ; :!:i:!!:-_i: o , W,thout Drugs or Srnct D,et i [ ::>: otals s s  - - - / .m.,. II ........... I Totals ........... 18 7 43 [ / lllIII l lmmt () ]Bt. F. T. I Official--Cantwell. I! -n  m the so f I=  / llillIIllI /IGleason, f 1 o 3 t I / E joy a he e me treatment that is given a --" : I I •  III Ill I,o. f' ........... 10 11JIIr JJ@@Jrl I rf ........... ,  nr expensive hsaffh reso s. 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