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THE REVIEW ADMINISTRATI0 LOGAN COUNTY CONTiT8 F H. lmkenbill, county srin- tendent of education, today announc- ed the dates and places for holding o events in the spring meet of the Logan County literary and Athletic issocistion. Following is the list: Humorous reading and oration-- New Holland April 11 at 7:30 P. M. atic reading and extemperan- eos spcaking--Mt. Pulaski, April 18at 7:30 P. M. , Vocal solo and glee club contests for boys and girls--Lincoln, April 16 at 7:30 P. M. Commercial (typing and short Itand) Elkhart April 16 at 9 A. M. Track Meet---Atlanta, May 7 at 1:30 P. M, will be no admitlance at the Commercial Contest held in Elk- ]law All others will cost 15c except the Track and Field meet which will be 25e. However, before we enter conte tan in each field for the finals it Will be necessary to have some pre- limiaary &apos;xy-outs" in order to de- termine who shall represent our lchool in each activity. This year the representatives for the various contests will be chosen by the fol- lowing plaa: 1. All pupils entering the contest in dramatic, humorous and orations will try out at 3:15 on March 25th. pgram is not open to the iblie.) Two eontestants will be cho- Se from each group to appear in a second "try-out 2. '1'o eo.ntestantsi (winners of the previous "try-out") in each field will compete in a public "try-out" to be held in the M. P. T. H: S: Gym on April 4th. The public is invited to program. The winners of this try-out will represent the school in the finals which are to be held in Apvil according to the above pzo- gram. Those who have signified their Intentions of entering the literary- mic meet this year are: Mary June Barnes, Dale Aitc Razel Abel, Virginia Clear, Fiorenc Van Hook, Grace Rothwell, Ben Bow- Jack Stahl, Pierron Leer, Byron ]mdtt Shellhammor, Jane Emogm Bu r 1er   to trl- lr until ]reh Uth. No mw m mtam may enter after that dst ]hs[ICT TOURNAMBI'T OF koth basketball ,eaton has eonm The slmetaeular eontt the Uncoh fk SstardaV was the closing event to one of successful seasons the have ever known. we allow this event to be- xae just another page in the an- mmls of M. P. T. H. S. basketball, have called upon some of Our rev- to make a few closing Mt. Pulaski Basketball Team" (By Gus Stuart) The local high school baketmrs a very successful sea- the hardwoods. By virtue of their twenty-one wins and only four defeats, the "Derringer tossers" are elatsed as one of the finest aggrega- ns in central Illinois. The team, led by Captain Grathwohl, started out the season as a green bunch of youngsters; but Coach Dertinger drilled and polished them until he had a wonderful team. The purple and gold "banner carriers" were noted for their size, and brought fear to all earas with whom they came into contact. Athens handed Mt. Pu- lki their first defeat by a 16 to 15 score at the first of the year in an overtime battle. This game proved that the boys from M. P. H. S. could play basketball under heavy fire. The "Dertinger lads" returred the compliment of the Athens defeat by overpowering the "gold and green tosser#' in a decisive victory later in the Season. Springfield registered a Victory over Mt. Pulaski for the se- cond defeat of the year during a spe- cial encounter. I feel r that if : Mr. Pulaski had the opportunity to play "Mark Peterman's red and black crew" again, they would return the defeat in a first class manner. Mt. Pulaski journeyed to the Trinity high and emerged with their third dfeat of the year only to repay the h tossers the next week. Of course, Lincoln handed the purple and gold their last defeat by a 24 to Del Spear's red and green just had to get their revenge 33to 31 defeat at the hands "Derringer net swishers" year. Mt. Pulaski de- [ oter strong" teams: namely. The high scl fnculty shouki be proud ef t/mAr  They fought hard all sea and erve a Let deal The pm-ple u:i &,kl  - rated the M and white tossers from Williamsville and almost eeeded them the game. The fans of Mr. Pulaski kept behind them and a victory fol- lowed. This  proved valuable to the local boys and I think it taught them a lesson fo the next n. This victory put Mt. Pulaski in the semi-finals to be played Friday night. Mt. Pulaski Advances to Finals The Derringer lads de, eared the McLean boys by a decisive 30 to 12 score- The boys showed class in this game, and never were they threaten- ed. Coach I)ertinger played some se- cond string men to let them have tournament existence and they played well Lincoln Defeat Pulaski 24-22 The traditional rivals, Mt. Pulaski and Lincoln, clashed last Saturday night in the district flnal. Lincoln nosed out the local players by a two point margin. The game was a hard fought battle with Coach Del Spear's pupils leading most of the way. The quarter found Lincoln ahead 6 to 3, but a bunch of spirited youngsters put on a rally to tie the score ten all by half time. The Lincoln tossers a- gain put on a spurt and held a 17 to 10 advantage in the third eriod, but again the Derringer men rallied, and at the end of the third period a 19 all deadlock resulted. The fourth quarter was a desperate one and Lincoln was ahead when the final gun sounded. Zimmermana and Blout led the tossers while "Pick Dehner led his mates. Go, Lincoln, Go! ! Mr. P wants to see Lincoln win the Sectional and go to the State and, if possible, win the State Tour- ney also. I wish to congratulate Coach Del Spears and his tossers and wish them success. Under Principal Handlin the tour- nment was carried off nicely and the referees, Harl@w Sutherland Howard Rose, poved to be otficials in their splendid officiating. Go, IAnooln, Gel Trilmte to the INJmp Mea First of aU, Coach C-ae Der- is to be congratulated fo his team's spldid showi. Capta Erwm GmthwM k to be commended for his great lYi la the st me M b  d man bmide Frank Gruber to J5h- ate thi spring. Ke pvt hi8 heert ud soul in his team's sucems and will bo gr-tly mhumd. C4tptain Grathwehl took the Lincoln game pretty but teams and men in previous years have met uv wi'th the same problem. Erwin, just forget it. You did your 1 part. ! Frank Gruber, is the other senior. His services have been great and e will be missed. Byron Blout, Fredev -I ick Zimmerman, Junior Waddell, I Roy Bookers and Harry Van Hook l played marvelous basketball These' boys will be back with us next year and a good basketball team is pre- dicted. They fought hard against Lincoln and fell fighting. When they were behind they fought all the harder and tied the score. That is the kind of a'apirit to have and these boys have plenty of it. Byron is a hardworking ulayer. Fritz is a dan- gerous shot and also a good floor man. Junior is the greatest im- proved basketball player I have ever seen. Roy plays a wonderful game but was a little off on his long shots against Lincoln. Harry Will shw you Puaski fans how to play basket- ball next year. "Button" Anderson, Carl Bender, "Doe" Connelly, and a fe@ other youngsters will be the limelight next year also. Now! You Mt. Pulaski fans, you realize the past season has been a success. The boys deserves praise so give it to them. Coach George Der- ringer took these lads through a bitter season and deserves a great Mr. Pulaski" game because it ie con- stantly on your mind tlmt mm little slip or-bad pa may be disastrem With everyone  for you and baeki y and  so m, it is h to play the 1 that you are capable'o Nayig.l'thiak that's it, the boys just ouldn play the y they are capable of playing. Lincoln has a great team, there is no queetion about that, and in Deh- -, Tul!zulosis is more prevalent in girls in their  than in boyz of [the same age, according to a study of 3000 University of Illinois stu- dents. Dr. J. Howard Beard of the University health service points out her they have an exee god  that this increase is due partly to the center. He is tall and a good shot, or I starving, style, and speed which de- maybe I should say "lucky shot",  , crease bodily resistance. He says that but anyway it makes you feel a little i disease is the bonus received when sick every time he shoots Rut never- i vigor and strength are exchanged for theleas, we have a good team, and ifds, fashion, and frolic. we are going to have a  l one next year. Let's look to the fu- I ture. Next year we are going o' Director Stuart E. Pierson of the deportment of agriculture him art- "wallop" Linool- I nounced that the cost of the state ! fair has been reduced from $192J8.- ML Pulaski vs IAneo" 65 in 1928 to $92,138.32 last year. It (By Charles Andersom) is expected that the lowered admis- The curtain falls on another season sion prices will enable more people o,f basketball for M. P. T. H. , to attend the fair but will not reduce The year can be termed a success as far as the number of games won and the .fair's total income a great deal. lost is concerned. Ech department of the 1932 state This game of basketball is backed fair will be directly in charge of one member of the state fair advisory by a community for a well deserving board as its executive head. Former- cause. It is not a victory so much as ly, members were each assigned se- the turning out from our school, a veral departments, frequently unra- group of fine capable youn mm lated. with a spirit o.f true sportmansh/p and self-sacrifice. The Lincoln-Mt. Pulaski struggle One hundred twenty-nine freshmen "climaxed the season, and had its and sophomores enrolled in the Uni- high- points and weaknesses. The versity of Illinois IL O. T. C. M- teamwork was good in just one stage gade have been awarded bars and of the game and that is s hard thing stars for excellence in basic military for any alumnus of ML Pulaski High classes. Bars were granted to men School to have to admit, receiving the awards for the first 1 ---=-- time, while stars show the second The most enthusiastic crowd ever grant. to back a Mr. Pulaski team was on hand at the meeting of these two" old rivals, and if victory could have' The advisory board for prison in- dustries has begun a general inspee- been won by the support of the peo- ple, success would have been our 'ton of phmts at Statedlle. This board was created by the legislature TIIURSDAY MARCH 17, According to Dr. W. H. chief veterinarian in the sta to advise in regard to industrie to be ! conducted under the prison-use sys- t tern. 2hrre representatives of labor ] merit of agriculture, the and three from the manufacturing uation over Illinois in interests are included on the board, gain becoing serio. It Direeto Rodney H. Brandon is chair- necessary to establish man of the'board, quarantine areas. State Senator Epler C. Mills, of Mortality from diphtheria Virginia is a candidate for congress- nots reached an all-time low man-at-large, subject to the re cubli in 1931. Only 371 can primary. Senator Mills has filled charged against this disease the office of state sena.or wia unu_u- pared wth the preious low al ability, and should he be nomin- in 1925. ated by the republicans for congress- man-at large and elozted in Novevn- At the beginning of 1932, ber, he will represent the state of Illinois hmes were equipped Illinois with dignity and ab.;iiy, ra:t= receivir sets, an Sixteen states have aiready made appropriations for participation in A Century of Progress. Chicago's World's Fair in 1933, and the gov- ernors of 11 of thee states have ap- pointed commissions which are work- in out their plans for state exhibits. In addition, 13 other staes have enacted legislation pertaining o re- presentation at the exposition. , :::o:e than 400,000 in 12 LIQUID TABLETS 666 Liquid or tablets used and 666 Salve externally olete and effective treatm Most Speedy Remedies Head First in Style/ Illinois Dentists Lincoln, IlL 513 BROADWAY Phone 64 ILLINOIS DENTISTS I MT. PULASKI (00l'll J., Under New Management MEALS 30c SUNDAY CHICKEN DINNER 40C !BOARD AND ROOM $6 PER WK. We mak, a S 00ecialty of Ban- quets, Chicken Dinners and Card Parties that - 000mal 9S New Shmy Su.0000l New Veil Effectl New Brim Style l New Sailor Hats ! New Pert Tams ! New Flower Trims ! .  New Coors ! !! All Headsizes I Dashing .yles for the pert young Miss!. . Youthful srym for the smart Matron! ..In this brilliant selectc: .ff new Easter Modes '. find at leaxt one "just  for yo'! Also d Thrilli;. Selection of EASTER HATS that look far more expensive l deal of credit.. Keep him here next year and have a State Championship team. Somebody had to win the Lin- coln game and it was a tos up. LiD- cola just happened to be ahead when the gun sounded. The students, the faculty, and the townspeop/e should realize these things and stay back of the boys for the will win next yebr. As for my last line, I again want to congratulate Captain Erwn Grath- wohl. who has led his team through a successful season. He deserves a great deal of credit. Let's give him a hand, folks! ! "Lincoln vs. Mt. Pulaski" (By Hank. Blakford) It was a great game, but a bitter t Make this Hotel Your Place i . - to Dine $ SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO  l11Sall|or$..Ti]tTgnew.ri1111 I ...Jsumy Turbans...Perky Bow V l'00eop'e o't " Ch0000o,. i! e, Crystalline, Bangkok, Petit Point and the now Rough Sraws! Mt. Pulaski and ymlnltYwelome at" All T00mes" " " I! !z)__..,, \\; .._) Cho, of pop,h, Sp,ing o|o.t,A HATFREE'ndSMART'mall headsizeS.WITIBOx,,NEW COME IN GET AGQOAINTED ., ,, L.YO/I EVERY HAT E E DARI ING, .... Beardstown, Warrerlrg, pill to swallow: It was hard fought; The Mt. Pulaski High the boys tried hard enough but it / ' i students and the fans O the seemed as though they just couldn't I -  I  \\; +/ get ellekin. 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