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Wl/EK District Will Ilonors With H Witasek. the Lankin high scorer and last year&apos;s all-state for- ward sick in bed and deprived also S of the services of R. Vorachek. an- IN }*ARK RIVER oher member of the squad: the Lan- Tollefson of Hoople ot Tourngment; Keen ITna311ent, s Park River fan9 will not men CRIPPLED LA NKIN TEA M PRO VES FINE FIGHT.t:'J?S % - ................. With Star Basket Shooters Sick in GREAT GENERALS TO MEET; Bed Lankin Five Gives Ilard MOTORS VERSUS NUISANCE Battle to Model High Famous Warriors Will Meet in a Series of Conbat After Two Months of Preparation kin H. S. team held the strong Model ,High quint of Grand Porks down r.o a 21 to 8 score. The situation was almost humorous when the tall husky Grand Forks! aggregation lined up against the Lan- kin team it appeared even more hu- or Park R" o PARK RIVER AGGIE GIRLS PARK RIVER H.S. FIVE I MADE VALIANT FIGHT -- In a game'"eatured by the team ?)lay of the" Agates. the local iI'ls de-' A6AINST HEAVY ODDS feared Lankm 18 to 2. Mabel ,ar- .-'.till aP..d HayP] Johnson led the :COl'- ing but. were ally assisted by that," Coming to Close of Season in Fighting Spirit in Spite of Many Handicaps GIRLS TEAM MAKES GOOD Park River indoor baseball tan re'el ,me for a treat m a very short time. Two famous ball tossing aggreg- I uons are rea0y to take up the old war for supremacy in this field and. random is agog with excitement. After two months of more or le:.l intensive training the Fire S[tOrINC IN GAMES PLAYED tOo)s, After a Losing Start, End Se- son With an Even Spilt With All Opponents two equally teams are November 18 the boys reported Ior i practice. We had at that time. with 'one grader, five eligible men. This morous when at the end of the half famous indoor 'baseball the score showed that each eam  ready for action. had made two field goals but Model  On Monday evemng March 4 7ELEVENTH BALL TOURNAME00' HERE NEXT team mates. For Lnnkin G S})ike, I ] center, starred. The Aggies are trying to schedule Nine Classified IIigh School  Las a Jeturn game with Park River high[ Ball Teams to Contest for DB" ).:,:_ school, wlo held them to a tie oat " trier Championship ,*u six the Park R2ver hih floor. !)a :t  u L iOXING CARD RECEIVED GNLY TIVO SIICOOL FLINT SHADES HOSNA[ TO ENTER In a bout marked by a willlngne to mix by both men. Sailor Flipt! I,ested Hosna last Thursday evening. Y,'ii,.tt, starting slow. soon warmed up to his task. and had Hosna under the impression he was in a leather fac- tory at the end. I Champions Will Contest With District for Representatioa [ in State Tournament [ Thursday and Friday next , Park River vAll be host to the :fled high .:cbgol baske ball on their leading by one point made from the 8 p m.. the General Motors will clash !;oked very discouraging to us. In a Beans Peterson and Gus Swenson the eleventh dist'ict The la the next ten days. free throw line. i vrith the General Nuisance team The week we added one more man to our went three gruellnig rotmds to a. be between In the second half the fast pace propable lineups is: list. ,f draw. years we have sponsored one ifth dlstrmt, con- be an to sh ' " t sub-district tournaments. hh ,^ g OW on the Lankin b0ySlGeneral Motors Gener ni Dec. 19th. e me Edlnbtu'g on our, Roy Flint defeated both Marion Si-'th e state has been re-disticted ..... .'" . .... T'I and the game ended 21 to 8, Model in I Frank Reynen" j D-'Rortn}floor. After a hard tussle Edinbuzg] mons and Floyd Hepsher. Both boys state board into eight regions. exremew mtthe lead. Veum the much talked of Roy Svidmure " "  ,m,,,icame out on top by one point. We[ were applauded for the fight they are pretty well basket-maker, was held to two field 7_  . " , . "..'" ..... lost that game nine tn tn i put up with the Park River Panther. ]region being divided into two tournament will oals in th= ..o+ *-,- - .,..^ ,_ iJeo, rlarrls Tinnorn dOllnLoi2; __ Y _.. "- --"" [ ,-- .... o, --,. ,.u ,. ,.,Elm^r . ........ ,, ; The new 1"TlClay Mr Fern and Mr i Stewart and Parkins fought a scrappy)triets.[ Park River is in district aturday the lust b ,  nro. les le,y I . . .. I Y S. Machart who Is a re, 'Cliff ............. Fross took the team to Langdon In'draw ireglon F. District 11 include, !nool . uveroy A Marnjeren } caxs.' All the luck } man. M Nes, -- --,,-was against us [ White spotted O'Keefe ten pounds i burg' Michigan. Lakota. Walsh elannea regal Schroder roved to be the *'i ...... " ........... , .... ". ..... , , P ,, sm,,,: j Jmison Dave Mills' rn% Deaf us twenty-two to nothing.  and lost on  technical knockout, i ty Aggies, Park River. l a.strm, .re-if tom Grnd Forks, making four goals I "And there will be lnts ,w ,,,h " After the Christmas vacation we l Blair and Stevens kept the crowd} nah, Sarles, Inkster. Milton. and  ng, to see w.no t and being the big reason for Lan- v ........ ' seemed a little more active and start- cn its feet in the preliminary" in an- } nabrock. Nine schools have wit.met o e ] kin's small score. Jack Zeman of I ,   ed the year right by beating Milto in i other good' draw.  the lists---all except Inkster and region io r ne Lanktn did good work for the Lankln GOVERNOR SHAPER SPEAKS i two games The boys' game was ten I Chappie Chapman refereed all the nabrock. Winners of the district region at the quint but was not us effective as [ AT I}UNDERS' WAY PROGRA.I to eight and the girls game was six [ bouts in his customary fine style i will play the winners of district held in Man- usual due to the absence of:is run-! " to two. We met Osnabrock January 18. and Severe Winter in Europe t for the regional championship. ning mate. Witasek. I Founders" Day at the Unverslty of ust gave them a good beating of Hundreds of lives have been lost ter the state contest at Manda  winner of the regional contest are repro- Coach Clavedetscher was well plea- I North Dkota was observed at that i 33 to 6. We now broke even by los- and intense suffering caused by a compete for the state city high od with the game and satisfied that institution in exercises based on tholing two and winning two. series of blizzards, heavy snowfalls IagrieulturI reverseWlth hiStheregularsaturdayline-UPscore.he could theme of the state's birthday. Febru-' Friday. January 25th. the boys took and intense cold waves that hovel In charge of the district Lineups. ary 22. the train to Larlmore and beat them raged In Europe for several weeks--i meat are Supt. Smith of Supt. Simcox of Park River d Grand Forks FG lr The University was 46 years old 14 to 13. This was about the most the worst winter storm period known]stolen and Salt. rf. 1 0-0 and North Dakota observed its for- exciting game of the season, in the past 250 years of Lakota. Mr. Stme n Laurent lf. 0 0-1 tieth birthday on that day. Dean Langdon was even a little to much tournament manager. Cou Schroder c, 4 1-2 Joseph Kennedy of the University fa- for us on our own floor. They beat Radio Ordinance The Park River Ch, lc and rhool, Thopon rg. 0 0-2 culty spoke on "Forty Years of State- us by a score of 22 to 13. This was I Pelleved to 1 ana Veum, lg. " 5 0-0 hood", and Governor George Sharer quiet a dissal)ointment.  be one of the mos drus- ity club is. of course, backing w statutes of its kind%ever attempted sched- _ talked on North Dakota After Forty While etting ready for a work ouib . a city in the United States. an tion and dinner for players nament. The club will give a O, Tollefson, I0 Yeltrs of Statehood." Selections by one night l%oss secured a game with ordinance recently placed before the coaches on Thursday noon. =Hoo e schools Lankln FG  the university band and glee clubs Hoople. Hoople was going to Lankin Enderlin city council would provide West of the state university tour tment. Machart S. rf. 0 0-2 v ere also included in the program, but due to bad roads got no further <or the inspection of all electrical ap- give an insp.irational talk. arei Adams, ] Zeman J.c and the singing of "Alma Mater" was than Park River. Hoolpe had a very i pa:atus in the city; grant the euth- At this writing it is not knoW &lag part in the i ZeZman, S. If, 22 0-00-2 1 led by the senior class, winner of the good outfit and after a hard fought I o':ied inspector the power to se.reh which floor the games will be n, ManveL Mu-]Vorachek. H 0 0-0 Carney prize the evening before. ame we come out ahead 26 to 23. eYnsoltdate Machart R." lg.rg'd and O 0-0 " Special guests present were Judge " The Minto girls team came over p!acesx.ide, afrfinefaUltYof notapparatUSmore thanand$20PrO'forl "[hethe participatingmatter has beenschools.put and to ahaSl B. F. spaUlding and W. J. Clapp, both ebruary 8. and tie girls added an-!violations of its provisions. The mea-]vet been decided. In previous teamSinteestares well lbe } . " " 4 [f Fargo. They are two of the six other victory to their list. They beat' :re is intended to hnprove radio "e-[the final game has been played " "1 Referee--Wheeler.  living members of the constitutional Minto 10 to 5. The same night the ception by means of eliminating de-[the county agricultural school POsbleto takereSultS'care[ " , convention which met and drew up boys me Larimore. The game was in vice causing interference [ Contlnued on Page 8) FOR SALE--Ceres wheat, certified as} our state constitution 40 years ago. Larmore's favor until the last quar- al, 1st grade seed $1.50 per bu. Purity The Alfa E. Bye scholarship award ter when Park River found the loop 99.9. Germ. 98. Protein 14.60. eertl- was also made at this time. by Allen :rag beat them 23 to 19. has the the state. [ in placing I Contender won tile %at.c Lhe consolidates they are goln can. The since the for iS orl lied 1st grade Trebi barley at 75c[ Retzlaff. co-worker wii] Mr Bye dur This is the first time in p:w bushel. Certified N. W. Dent [ ing his attendance at the un!v,,rsitv, iods that we have had theSeVeraIAggiesPer'on Crookston Strain seed corn.--Daxid to Carl Haugen senior in school ol our schedule. February I2. the Aggl, W ttylden Park River. N. D. 45-2t I commerce, boys and mrl team ('awe down and .... |Hased us m ore" gym. The boys de- /'OI- SALE OR RENT--Eight room I If'OR SALE.. 200 bushels oi , Ieated us 29 to 14 and the gil, lS I house: close o both schools Mrs Mrs. O. A 'Fholl|I)SOl|. Park Riv ,,'] Kame ended in a tie 7 to 7. The boys played again at the Aggfe gym l C S. Eaton. 45- 3t N Dak. 47-2r ',,d were defeated 21 to 9. "*" .... " " - - - :-,'.  .- .--.,.. Frday February 15 the boys and Get Your Sport News Over the Radio defeated'virls teamMiltonWent byt Milton.a score of The14bVSto ll. Tile girls aame ended a scoreless', tie ] ' The last game for "the boys before l the tournament was played February 21 with Hannah. Hannah has one of the fastest tearns on the line They" beat Park River 22 to I1. "The last game for the girls team was at Mlnto. They lost the game 2 to 6. This was their first defeat. After all the handicaps which we have gone through such as few to "in the Fick from in tlle first place and then ineligibility on top of it we have had a far from unsuccessful season. The boys have won six and lost six. 'J hi' opponents points however are more than our points. 205 to 176. WhO Tile girls have won two. Iost one and tied two games. The Park iver girls made 25 points to their op- ;-t ponents 20 points. This season was the last sesaon of fl basket ball for Kathleen Mclntyre and tella Keney. It Will be a diffi- -I cult task to fill their places next year, ulthougn we have lots of material, Name Po. No. of Games on MeagherCenter , ................. 12 River.  Wrlght----Ouard ..................... 12 104:--L2S. } /a iff--Forward .................. I0 46-2t Edward,---Guard ................. , Larson--Forward .................. 8 ................. Herwiek---Guaxd ................... 7 Herwiek---GUard .................. 3 Arnot--lrward - 3 ' Olson--lrward ................... 1 Super Dynamic )] 7 Tube Chassis K..dt.Vn%r Speaker- hs such givessuch perfect s. Kenney--4::}uard ............ S 3 marvelous tone reception F. Levang--ll, orward-[].[[-[j[_--_'[- [ 8 corn- 1. Walker---UaXd .................. 4 Two Beautiful Wahtut C00blnets L. , B. Levang Forward ............. *167s--00 SAILOR FLINT TO MEI [ C, omDlete  Corn]?lete ]i FALGREN IN GRAND FOIKS tess tubes] x 00lrind Out Id/hat the wayno Flint 00p,,lar local is carded against E.ddie Falgren of East I' - Grand Forks in the semi-final to the r   D[     Pctrolle-Ross bout at Grand Forks on .arch i tt Falgren has been going great slime Rapelte[ dropping a decision to Flint last New  t ears. in a bout that" set the Grand I%rks ring worms on fire. Park Rive Furniture Co In the last bout Falgren had a r ,. [ ,,'eight dvantge of seven POund . :end lrobabl. will have the same in 4-4t ..... ,-,,-,.,M..,.. : =- .... "'"'"*'*"*"'',-*. the coming joust. Playing In the other teams haxnpions l game this n,, bu I with 0nly tw games[ MUnich i a. goodl , loes, , other [ ,.' close in a huddle. will be called to- At noon will all Ads FARM WANTED ,Want tohear from owner havinl flood Norlh Dakota farm for sale. If bardain, send price anddescripHon. F. E. J., Box 408, Olney, !11. You Can't Beat It for Farm Work! JOHN DEERE FARM TRACTOR ! In no other tractor for "You get a tractor that's your work can you get the surprisingly easy to handle, many advantages found in both in the field and with this light weight, powerful John Deere. belt machinery. All con- trois_are easily reached from You get ample power to theft_at. do your work, with plenty of surplus to meet emergencies, Above all, you get econ- You get simplicity and strengtha tractor of fewer, sturdier parts. You get light weight.an advantage which enables you to get into your fields under weather conditions that keep other tractors id!e. Gray and long life--a tractor that will work for you a a profit for many years to come. Because it brings you a/1 of these advantages, the John Deere is today the outstand- ing value in the tractor field. F. Heagher & Son Park "R iver, N. D. At this StoreYou Get =_q'UALi'rY ,.-o Wl/EK District Will Ilonors With H Witasek. the Lankin high scorer and last year's all-state for- ward sick in bed and deprived also S of the services of R. Vorachek. an- IN }*ARK RIVER oher member of the squad: the Lan- Tollefson of Hoople ot Tourngment; Keen ITna311ent, s Park River fan9 will not men CRIPPLED LA NKIN TEA M PRO VES FINE FIGHT.t:'J?S % - ................. With Star Basket Shooters Sick in GREAT GENERALS TO MEET; Bed Lankin Five Gives Ilard MOTORS VERSUS NUISANCE Battle to Model High Famous Warriors Will Meet in a Series of Conbat After Two Months of Preparation kin H. S. team held the strong Model ,High quint of Grand Porks down r.o a 21 to 8 score. The situation was almost humorous when the tall husky Grand Forks! aggregation lined up against the Lan- kin team it appeared even more hu- or Park R" o PARK RIVER AGGIE GIRLS PARK RIVER H.S. FIVE I MADE VALIANT FIGHT -- In a game'"eatured by the team ?)lay of the" Agates. the local iI'ls de-' A6AINST HEAVY ODDS feared Lankm 18 to 2. Mabel ,ar- .-'.till aP..d HayP] Johnson led the :COl'- ing but. were ally assisted by that," Coming to Close of Season in Fighting Spirit in Spite of Many Handicaps GIRLS TEAM MAKES GOOD Park River indoor baseball tan re'el ,me for a treat m a very short time. Two famous ball tossing aggreg- I uons are rea0y to take up the old war for supremacy in this field and. random is agog with excitement. After two months of more or le:.l intensive training the Fire S[tOrINC IN GAMES PLAYED tOo)s, After a Losing Start, End Se- son With an Even Spilt With All Opponents two equally teams are November 18 the boys reported Ior i practice. We had at that time. with 'one grader, five eligible men. This morous when at the end of the half famous indoor 'baseball the score showed that each eam  ready for action. had made two field goals but Model  On Monday evemng March 4 7ELEVENTH BALL TOURNAME00' HERE NEXT team mates. For Lnnkin G S})ike, I ] center, starred. The Aggies are trying to schedule Nine Classified IIigh School  Las a Jeturn game with Park River high[ Ball Teams to Contest for DB" ).:,:_ school, wlo held them to a tie oat " trier Championship ,*u six the Park R2ver hih floor. !)a :t  u L iOXING CARD RECEIVED GNLY TIVO SIICOOL FLINT SHADES HOSNA[ TO ENTER In a bout marked by a willlngne to mix by both men. Sailor Flipt! I,ested Hosna last Thursday evening. Y,'ii,.tt, starting slow. soon warmed up to his task. and had Hosna under the impression he was in a leather fac- tory at the end. I Champions Will Contest With District for Representatioa [ in State Tournament [ Thursday and Friday next , Park River vAll be host to the :fled high .:cbgol baske ball on their leading by one point made from the 8 pm.. the General Motors will clash !;oked very discouraging to us. In a Beans Peterson and Gus Swenson the eleventh dist'ict The la the next ten days. free throw line. i vrith the General Nuisance team The week we added one more man to our went three gruellnig rotmds to a. be between In the second half the fast pace propable lineups is: list. ,f draw. years we have sponsored one ifth dlstrmt, con- be an to sh ' " t sub-district tournaments. hh ,^ g OW on the Lankin b0ySlGeneral Motors Gener ni Dec. 19th. e me Edlnbtu'g on our, Roy Flint defeated both Marion Si-'th e state has been re-disticted ..... .'" . .... T'I and the game ended 21 to 8, Model in I Frank Reynen" j D-'Rortn}floor. After a hard tussle Edinbuzg] mons and Floyd Hepsher. Both boys state board into eight regions. exremew mtthe lead. Veum the much talked of Roy Svidmure " "  ,m,,,icame out on top by one point. We[ were applauded for the fight they are pretty well basket-maker, was held to two field 7_  . " , . "..'" ..... lost that game nine tn tn i put up with the Park River Panther. ]region being divided into two tournament will oals in th= ..o+ *-,- - .,..^ ,_ iJeo, rlarrls Tinnorn dOllnLoi2; __ Y _.. "- --"" [ ,-- .... o, --,. ,.u ,. ,.,Elm^r . ........ ,, ; The new 1"TlClay Mr Fern and Mr i Stewart and Parkins fought a scrappy)triets.[ Park River is in district aturday the lust b ,  nro. les le,y I . . .. I Y S. Machart who Is a re, 'Cliff ............. Fross took the team to Langdon In'draw ireglon F. District 11 include, !nool . uveroy A Marnjeren } caxs.' All the luck } man. M Nes, -- --,,-was against us [ White spotted O'Keefe ten pounds i burg' Michigan. Lakota. Walsh elannea regal Schroder roved to be the *'i ...... " ........... , .... ". ..... , , P ,, s m,,,: j Jmison Dave Mills' rn% Deaf us twenty-two to nothing.  and lost on  technical knockout, i ty Aggies, Park River. l a.strm, .re-if tom Grnd Forks, making four goals I "And there will be lnts ,w ,,,h " After the Christmas vacation we l Blair and Stevens kept the crowd} nah, Sarles, Inkster. Milton. and  ng, to see w.no t and being the big reason for Lan- v ........ ' seemed a little more active and start- cn its feet in the preliminary" in an- } nabrock. Nine schools have wit.met o e ] kin's small score. Jack Zeman of I ,   ed the year right by beating Milto in i other good' draw.  the lists---all except Inkster and region io r ne Lanktn did good work for the Lankln GOVERNOR SHAPER SPEAKS i two games The boys' game was ten I Chappie Chapman refereed all the nabrock. Winners of the district region at the quint but was not us effective as [ AT I}UNDERS' WAY PROGRA.I to eight and the girls game was six [ bouts in his customary fine style i will play the winners of district held in Man- usual due to the absence of:is run-! " to two. We met Osnabrock January 18. and Severe Winter in Europe t for the regional championship. ning mate. Witasek. I Founders" Day at the Unverslty of ust gave them a good beating of Hundreds of lives have been lost ter the state contest at Manda  winner of the regional contest are repro- Coach Clavedetscher was well plea- I North Dkota was observed at that i 33 to 6. We now broke even by los- and intense suffering caused by a compete for the state city high od with the game and satisfied that institution in exercises based on tholing two and winning two. series of blizzards, heavy snowfalls IagrieulturI reverseWlth hiStheregularsaturdayline-UPscore.he could theme of the state's birthday. Febru-' Friday. January 25th. the boys took and intense cold waves that hovel In charge of the district Lineups. ary 22. the train to Larlmore and beat them raged In Europe for several weeks--i meat are Supt. Smith of Supt. Simcox of Park River d Grand Forks FG lr The University was 46 years old 14 to 13. This was about the most the worst winter storm period known]stolen and Salt. rf. 1 0-0 and North Dakota observed its for- exciting game of the season, in the past 250 years of Lakota. Mr. Stme n Laurent lf. 0 0-1 tieth birthday on that day. Dean Langdon was even a little to much tournament manager. Cou Schroder c, 4 1-2 Joseph Kennedy of the University fa- for us on our own floor. They beat Radio Ordinance The Park River Ch, lc and rhool, Thopon rg. 0 0-2 culty spoke on "Forty Years of State- us by a score of 22 to 13. This was I Pelleved to 1 ana Veum, lg. " 5 0-0 hood", and Governor George Sharer quiet a dissal)ointment.  be one of the mos drus- ity club is. of course, backing w statutes of its kind%ever attempted sched- _ talked on North Dakota After Forty While etting ready for a work ouib . a city in the United States. an tion and dinner for players nament. The club will give a O, Tollefson, I0 Yeltrs of Statehood." Selections by one night l%oss secured a game with ordinance recently placed before the coaches on Thursday noon. =Hoo e schools Lankln FG  the university band and glee clubs Hoople. Hoople was going to Lankin Enderlin city council would provide West of the state university tour tment. Machart S. rf. 0 0-2 v ere also included in the program, but due to bad roads got no further <or the inspection of all electrical ap- give an insp.irational talk. arei Adams, ] Zeman J.c and the singing of "Alma Mater" was than Park River. Hoolpe had a very i pa:atus in the city; grant the euth- At this writing it is not knoW &lag part in the i ZeZman, S. If, 22 0-00-2 1 led by the senior class, winner of the good outfit and after a hard fought I o':ied inspector the power to se.reh which floor the games will be n, ManveL Mu-]Vorachek. H 0 0-0 Carney prize the evening before. ame we come out ahead 26 to 23. eYnsoltdate Machart R." lg.rg'd and O 0-0 " Special guests present were Judge " The Minto girls team came over p!acesx.ide, afrfinefaUltYof notapparatUSmore thanand$20PrO'forl "[hethe participatingmatter has beenschools.put and to ahaSl B. F. spaUlding and W. J. Clapp, both ebruary 8. and tie girls added an-!violations of its provisions. The mea-]vet been decided. In previous teamSinteestares well lbe } . " " 4 [f Fargo. They are two of the six other victory to their list. They beat' :re is intended to hnprove radio "e-[the final game has been played " "1 Referee--Wheeler.  living members of the constitutional Minto 10 to 5. The same night the ception by means of eliminating de-[the county agricultural school POsbleto takereSultS'care[ " , convention which met and drew up boys me Larimore. The game was in vice causing interference [ Contlnued on Page 8) FOR SALE--Ceres wheat, certified as} our state constitution 40 years ago. Larmore's favor until the last quar- al, 1st grade seed $1.50 per bu. Purity The Alfa E. Bye scholarship award ter when Park River found the loop 99.9. Germ. 98. Protein 14.60. eertl- was also made at this time. by Allen :rag beat them 23 to 19. has the the state. [ in placing I Contender won tile %at.c Lhe consolidates they are goln can. The since the for iS orl lied 1st grade Trebi barley at 75c[ Retzlaff. co-worker wii] Mr Bye dur This is the first time in p:w bushel. Certified N. W. Dent [ing his attendance at the un!v,,rsitv, iods that we have had theSeVeraIAggiesPer'on Crookston Strain seed corn.--Daxid to Carl Haugen senior in school ol our schedule. February I2. the Aggl, W ttylden Park River. N. D. 45-2t I commerce, boys and mrl team ('awe down and .... |Hased us m ore" gym. The boys de- /'OI- SALE OR RENT--Eight room I If'OR SALE.. 200 bushels oi , Ieated us 29 to 14 and the gil, lS I house: close o both schools Mrs Mrs. O. A 'Fholl|I)SOl|. Park Riv ,,'] Kame ended in a tie 7 to 7. The boys played again at the Aggfe gym l C S. Eaton. 45- 3t N Dak. 47-2r ',,d were defeated 21 to 9. "*" .... " " - - - :-,'.  .- .--.,.. Frday February 15 the boys and Get Your Sport News Over the Radio defeated'virls teamMiltonWent byt Milton.a score of The14bVSto ll. Tile girls aame ended a scoreless', tie ] ' The last game for "the boys before l the tournament was played February 21 with Hannah. Hannah has one of the fastest tearns on the line They" beat Park River 22 to I1. "The last game for the girls team was at Mlnto. They lost the game 2 to 6. This was their first defeat. After all the handicaps which we have gone through such as few to "in the Fick from in tlle first place and then ineligibility on top of it we have had a far from unsuccessful season. The boys have won six and lost six. 'J hi' opponents points however are more than our points. 205 to 176. WhO Tile girls have won two. Iost one and tied two games. The Park iver girls made 25 points to their op- ;-t ponents 20 points. This season was the last sesaon of fl basket ball for Kathleen Mclntyre and tella Keney. It Will be a diffi- -I cult task to fill their places next year, ulthougn we have lots of material, Name Po. No. of Games on MeagherCenter , ................. 12 River.  Wrlght----Ouard ..................... 12 104:--L2S. } /a iff--Forward .................. I0 46-2t Edward,---Guard ................. , Larson--Forward .................. 8 ................. Herwiek---Guaxd ................... 7 Herwiek---GUard .................. 3 Arnot--lrward - 3 ' Olson--lrward ................... 1 Super Dynamic )] 7 Tube Chassis K..dt.Vn%r Speaker- hs such givessuch perfect s. Kenney--4::}uard ............ S 3 marvelous tone reception F. Levang--ll, orward-[].[[-[j[_--_'[- [ 8 corn- 1. Walker---UaXd .................. 4 Two Beautiful Wahtut C00blnets L. , B. Levang Forward ............. *167s--00 SAILOR FLINT TO MEI [ C, omDlete  Corn]?lete ]i FALGREN IN GRAND FOIKS tess tubes] x 00lrind Out Id/hat the wayno Flint 00p,,lar local is carded against E.ddie Falgren of East I' - Grand Forks in the semi-final to the r   D[     Pctrolle-Ross bout at Grand Forks on .arch i tt Falgren has been going great slime Rapelte[ dropping a decision to Flint last New  t ears. in a bout that" set the Grand I%rks ring worms on fire. Park Rive Furniture Co In the last bout Falgren had a r ,. 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