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   Vidette-Messenger, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1931, Valparaiso, Indiana                               THE VIDETTE-MESSENGER, VALPARAISO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY FINAL RUSH GIVES UHLANS 22-21 WIN OVER SPARTANS VAL POSTAGES GREAT RALLY, SCHUITZSTAR (BY GEORGE CHRISTY) throw line to put Manchester in front, 17-11. At this point the Uhlans rallied in earnest. Kowalski started the fireworks with a high, arching side shot. Chapman, annoyed at an of- ficial, bounced the ball up into the bleachers, and was charged with a technical foul for hts display of temper. Bauer spilled in the award- ed heave, and it was 17-14 with eight minutes to play. Olson poseti out in front and flipped in a nice Coach J. Ml Christiansen's shot, which necessitated and Gold battlers'evened matters Manchester time out. Barneknff for the year with Manchester last night at Boucher gym, rallying nice- ly to take a wild 22-21 struggle. The visiting Spartans led 13-3 at oneJDuBois tossed in three straight Cloutier's free throw was '.he DELTS LOSE IN LAPORTE MEEU9-30 iBY GEORGE CHRISTY) The Valpo Delts dropped n tough In tin1 first half to take n 15-12 lead. South Bt'nd Guardsmen defeated the Gary Lo-X in the second game of the will face the Mid- gets in tlip semi-final round Satur- day afternoon. The box score: Midgets B FT P TP Prase, f.............. 5 2 o Cloutier. f........... 0 2 '_' Boklund. c........... 4 1 2 Dotterwich. g........ 0 0 1 Chroback. f......... 1 i i Scharf. f............ 1 Holder, g............ MALDEN I VIKINGS PLAY he BY FRANCES E. LONG) Will Covert has returned to after spending the past 12 ten in the home of her daugh- tor. Mrs. Erwin Jont'.s. Mrs. Robert Adams, who has in nn attack of influenza is 2 0 0 0 banked in another pivot shot, and Kowalski drove under on the the first round of tlw NIABC; lowing tip-off play to give Valpo which started in the t 20-17 lead, their first of the fray, i Maple City Civic Auditorium jlast 4' Mr. Mrs. Pajc Covert and 0 i son Jerry visited with Henry Leffew and of Prattville, Sunday. 30 Belts B FT P TP Probable Slartliu; Line-ups Valparaiso Michigan City Several of the married sons P......... Kramer P. Smith the! stage of the first half, and were out tnrows on fouls b5' olson and rf victorv' il comins in jnekoff to tie the count and end seconds of the fray with in front, 15-8, at the intermission, i the moment, Valpo's attempt., to; quints deadlocked at 29-29. The Coach Staufer's big crew had trim- stall. 'Midgets had lead the local inde- med the Uhlans handily at North' Kowalski gathered a free throw iendenis by several points in thej Hildreth. f........... 3 1 Smith, c............. 3 2 Walsh, g............. 1 2 i iljitr> 0 2 4 4 7 0 8 0 3 daughters of Mr. and Mrs. R. s.iGillespie _....... _. (Williamson, with their families, White c.......M. Smith Hetzel G....... PiUsford spent Sunday in the Williamson :Hicnreth G home. I Mrs. v. O. Corson and son Howard spent Sunday afternoon with Ed and family of Wanatah. Totals 12 9 291 Mrs. Will Covert entertained the IBY GEORGE CHRISTY) Vikings of Valpo high will close their regular season this evening t.i Manchester, 37-24, season. earlier in Rileys fourth personal to put Valpo one point to the good. Cook Valpo, confined to two baskets inserted in the Manchester the first half, due mainly to their lineup. Valpo stalled, and as the second half, but a late Delt rally] almost overtook the LaPorte quint. George Boklund and Inky Pease comprised almost the whole LaPorte offense, accounting for twenty-one points between them. Valpo's scor- ing was well balanced. Tom Smith heading the list with eight points. Reg Hildreth collected three baskets ntes old, Barnekoff'a pivot shot gave i sub. grabbed a wild pass near the and a foul toss, while Miller got six vain efforts to work through the tight Manchester defense, suddenly changed tactics in the second period. Their long shots began to register, one minute light flickered on Bauer sank charity heave on Piper's hold- ing. Chapman made it 22-21. Valpo. on Schultz's third foul, and and, with the last half twelve min- before the gun. Davis. Manchester Valpo an 18-17 advantage. The Spartan basket, but missed the shot' markers and Bowman and Walsh Spartans were forced to combjt a wnich would have given apiece. Valpo stall from that point on, and though fairly so doing, c6uld not hit on their long shots. The main feature of the import- ant victory from the winners' stand- point-was the guarding game turned in" by. the Hill. team. Valpo's de- fense, "which was none too good in the early stages of the game, clamp- ed down hard In the final period, holding the Staufermen basbetless. Everett Chapman, Manchester star, did not hit from the field, being pretty well tied up by Bucinski in the first half and by Schultz in the He did sink six of ten free throws, but his ineffectiveness from Valpo U. B Schultz. f............ 1 Bauer, f............. 0 Barnekoff. c......... 2 Bucinski, g.......... 0 the floor seemed' to sap much of the, Jinebrenner, g.......0 frvMYl fha tcatv, TJa alSKl, f.......... 2 Merz .f.............. 1 Shook, g............. 0 Olson, g............. 1 the contest. j The struggle was a typical Dett- The triumph was the Uhlans'I Midget clash, with fast action fea- eighth straight, and gave the luring throughout. Each team hit twelve times from the field, but the fictors made their free throws count a record of two wins in three starts against Indiana teams. Valpo will go to Aurora Saturday night toj close their out-of-town season, and j" should acquire their ninth consecu-1 Schultz Barnekoff Man- tive victory there, havine previously j Chester: Chapman Reber. overwhelmed the Aurorans here.j Referee, Olsen of Gary; umpire. 30-11. The box score: Helvie of Valparaiso. FT P TP 335 spirit from the entire team. He also was responsible for the technical foul which was converted into the margin of victory by Bauer. Cook, f. While the personal fouls were about even, Valpo having fourteen to the losers' thirteen, Manchester suffered most from the rather close officiating. Three Spartan players were sent from the game with over- loads of personals, Walters, Reber and Riiey leaving the fray in the second half. Pete Rucinski, local b f floor guard; was dismissed" earlier in i ee' the melee for the same reason. Good ..free _aided the in- vaders materially, eleven of their sixteen allotted casts being made. Vaipo hit eight with the same num- .ber of chances, but outscored the Spartans, seven to five, from the field. Harold Schultz, who started his first game this year with the Uh- lans, was the outstanding perform- "er of the evening. His basket and three free throws in the first half kept the Brown and Gold outfit within hailing distance of the Man- chester aggregation, while his guarding of Chapman in the second period had the Gold and Black cap- laln in a bad way most of the time. Valpo scoring was fairly well divid- ed. Kowalski tying Schultz with five liumis, while Barnekoff and Bauer four markers and Olson and Merz a basket apiece. Manchester started strongly, and feemed headed for a repeat of their tamer easy victory. Chapman miss- ed a free toss on Rucinski's holding but Walters hit from the side a mo- went later. Baraekoff failed to score on Riley'o error, and Chapman gave Manchester a 3-0 lead on Schultz's hacking. Schultz got Valpo's first point when touted by Walters, but hit a long side shot nr.cl Wal- lers a nice comer toss. Valpo called time with five minutes gone, trail- Jug 7-1. Schultz collected another point from the foul stripe on Walters' sec- ond personal, and tallied another one-pointer after Chapman had straight on Rucinski's sec- ond and third mistakes, piper add- ed another point to make it 10-3. Manchester. Reber replaced Wai-1 tors. DuBois hit a side shot, niter! which Barnekoff missed a chance] to get a point back on Rlley's shov- ing. With half of the period pass- ed, Shook took Winebrenner's place in the local lineup. Ruchiiki committed his foiirlh foul on Chapman, Merz entering the fray. Chapman made and miss- ed to give Manchester a ten-point. >r.d. and then Valpo got busy. Schultz got the first Valpo lielcl i-oal, connecting with a. lonn Miot from in front, and followed with (i nifty toss from Hie double line. Walters came back in with iluw minutes to RO. Barnekoff miss- cil his third straight free cast on Hllcy's third foul, but Bauer made i'. 13-8, Manchester, when charged by Reber. Just before the close the period DuBois tipped in a botnid of his own shot for Manches- ter's la.st basket of the fichultz, Barnckolf and missed free thrown to open the llnnl half. Barnekoff finally hit on u Idvot shot, and the Manchester acl- Vintage was narrowed to four point? when Bauer counted on Rcber'.s foul. It was Rcber's fourth personal, and Walters followed him from the con- test shorUy afterword when he com milled his fourth offense on KrhuH? who missed both' free losses. DuDoU Mid Chapman, tallied from tlio tree Totals 7 Manchester B Chapman, f.......... 0 Walters, f............ 2 DuBois. c............ 2 Piper, g.............. 0 Riley, g.............. 1 0 0 Davis. K............. 0 8 14 22! FT P TPi New Life Insurance For 1 Cent a Day Issued to Men, Women and Children from Age of I Day to 60 Years No Medical Examination No Red Tape Jl Something New Under the Sun! bi Sterling's Emergency Draft. 1 j Just send your name, address, age 2 and name of beneficiary. No Money. O1 You will also receive a first aid kit FREE. Write or call C. A. SPECHT AGENCY Totals 5 11 13 21 Farmers State Bank Bldg Free throws missed Valpo: I Phone 932-W Valparaiso, Ind. Spring Cleaning Special FORD AND OTHER LIGHT CARS Body, Refinish Fenders, Running Boards and Wheels, Dress Top. ALL FOR 17.50 DON'T FORGET WE SPECIALIZE IN ALEMITE GREASING 1.00 FRENCH ARNOLD Inc. PHONE 277 OPEN EVENINGS Free throws 4; Belts. 6. Referee, Stonebraker, Logansport; 'jirpire, Schafer, Bluffton. Maiden Social club last Thursday. gym. clashing with Michi- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence City, of the eastern division, in spent Saturday evening in Valpo. .a non-conference tilt. The visiting NEW PROCESS DEVELOPED WASHINGTON-UP-The North Central Station of the U. S. Bureau of Mines, in co-operation with the University of Minnesota, has de- veloped a three-step process for makig ferromanganese from Minne- sota manganiferous iron ores. The new process, it is hoped, will en- able American producers to compete ese ore. Mis. Sarah Danielson spent Fri- day with Mrs. Page Covert. Mrs. Celestia Adams of Hammond and Mrs. Hiward Bundy of Wheeler were visitors in the Robert Coach Loren Ellis. The Powellmen Red Devils will be buttling for vin- dication tonight, having been drop- ped by Riley last week after the suspension of three regulars by home last Saturday. I will be favored to win. and have a Fred Brust returned home previous triumph over the day evening after a several days'liiarbir City crew included in their visit with relatives in Chicago. (record, but are almost certain to be extended by the scrappy Red Devils. It will be Michigan City's speed with imported ferro-grade mangan- against the Valpoites' height and (experience. Most of the Elllsmcn are rather small, but fast and ag- gressive. The same type of learn upset the Vikings last week-end, and tile Green and While squad is working against any such recur- rence. Doors will open at tonight, due to the fact that the Valpo Re- serves will clash with the Waantah varsity at Wanatah has one of the best teams in the LaPorte county conference, and fully ex- pects to atone for the one-point trimming administered to them oy the local subs earlier in the year. The second prelim, nt will concern the Valpo girls' sextet and some rather exceptional feminine cagers from Knox. KNOW ANY NEWS? 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