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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, Joplin, Missouri Joplin Globe sunday february 25, 1910. A 9 More than $300 Worth of prizes go to sportsmen at Crow Jamboree tuesday big crowd expected at memorial Hall a in addition to prizes a dutch lunch and floor show Are in store at auditorium. J a Tho Jasper county conservation federation still in its infancy tuesday night conducts its second annual Crow Jamboree an attraction which goes to spacious memorial Hall this time As a Man sized proposition. The meeting is held primarily for the Benefit of fish and game in the ozarks and for the sportsmen a who like to get their limit of Quail Bass and other members of the finny tribe and the fur bearing animals. Crow killers to profit. And to help things along those in charge have lined up More than 100 door prizes whose value will sex need $300. The prizes go from one extreme to another like a flashlight 15 will be Given away to a repeating .22 Rifle with Many Choice articles in Between. There Are two to fishing reels to go a pair of wading boots an electric toaster and about 100 other prizes. Ten awards will go to the Crow shooter who exhibits the most kills. The others will go to those who just attend. In addition to the awards which probably claim most of the attention of the 50-cent attendants there will be a dutch lunch of cold meats cheese Rye bread Beer and other edibles. Sound pictures depicting wildlife in Missouri and featuring Hunting and fishing will be shown simultaneously with the lunch. Conservation agents better known As game wardens will be stationed in the Hall to answer questions of sportsmen. James Warren of Carthage and Randolph Mason of Neosho who supervise much of Southwest Missouri fishing and Hunting will be in Booths to give advice to sportsmen. A floor show also will be staged Jcharles Mcintire will be master of ceremonies and will be in charge of the prize distribution. The prize list includes two $2.50 meal tickets two flowering plants two automatic pencils two fishing reels value $6.each 15 merchandise awards from $1.50 to $2.50 value three hams fishing dip net 10 pounds of cookies e electric toaster two thermos jugs three Pound Box of Candy electric Iron hand engraved key retainer 30 Gallons of motor Oil Zipper bag and Blanket 15 flashlights sport jacket six neckties 15 pints of whisky a hat reblock and shoe Shine 10 baskets of groceries and fruit toilet set 10. Cases of soda water Lawn chair  Martin seven shot .22 repeater women s handbag f $2.50 Fly line. Wading boots value $6.50$2 Bowling card at modern alleys six months subscription to Joplin Globe four boxes of cigars Billfold three pairs of House slippers one gallon of anti freeze 50 Gallons of gasoline six Oil changes pair of shoes three free rounds at Joplin skeet club gallon of White paint four Chicken dinners Gold plated key Chain six pairs of men s silk Hose dress shirt and tie to match two bottles of hair tonic half gallon of enamel Pound of tobacco six spark plugs medical kit new hat value $3.50casting Rod. Prizes Are on display in the window at by Connelly s tailor shop in the courthouse building. The prize list is so extensive that it was 1 impossible to put All awards on display. The prize committee also announced that there Are several More awards to be offered. The committee in charge of the affair will meet tomorrow night to make final arrangements for the attraction. Two pounds of cheese two pounds of Bacon $5 in Trade at a hardware store a Camp stove two sets of bedsprings a quart of whisky parlor chair smoking stand card table Crow Call Recap tire service 24 cans of Coffee motor fog Light three boxes of cigars five silk neckties six 12-Pound sacks of flour a state Hunting License and a state fishing License. K. U. Beats huskers in 48-41 Cage thriller Lincoln neb., feb. 24.- Kansas University remained in the running for big six titular basketball honors tonight by a thrilling 48-to-41 Victory Over the Nebraska Cor huskers. It was the huskers last game and left them in the conference cellar position with Kansas state reach having lost eight and won two contests. About 3,000 persons witnessed the game. Forward Ralph Miller s 20 Points tonight helped to keep the Jay hawkers in the race with seven victories and one setback. Missouri is leading the league with eight victories and one loss. Miller sparked the Kansas attack when Nebraska went out in front Midway in the final half. Careless passing particularly in the first cart of the game was costly to the Vor huskers while Miller and Center Robert Allen paced their mates to a 23-16 advantage at the half time intermission. Savich and Black Mike to renew wrestling feud Here monday night Black Mike and Danny Savich who last week went through one of the most torrid matches Here in months with the Utah football Star winning out at the finish Are Back for a return match Topping tomorrow night s three bout program at memorial Hall. \ Nazartian has made Strong showings in every appearance nere so far but has yet to win a match. Once teamed with Leroy Mcquirk he helped beat red Berry and Dick Trout but that hardly could be rated a personal Victory. Twice Black Mike has been downed by Berry. Last week Savich did it and every time Nazartian has lost either by a Shade or some trick ending which gave him cause to demand another match. Their finish scrap tomorrow will head a card in which All three bouts will be for the Best two Falls out of three. The other two will have 45-minute time limits. The sem wind up will pit Trout and Buck Weaver of Terre haute. Last week Weaver Defeated Jimmy Lott Veteran Birmingham Battler which is no simple Job. Trout while not possessing the strength of Lott is faster and probably a More skilled Warrior who uses an air plane spin to advantage. The curtain Raiser will be a feud renewed from last week Between Irish Mickey Ryan of Colorado and Speed Larance of Canada. The two Danni Savich. Wrestled to a 30-minute draw last week in a rough and Tumble attraction and tomorrow night will have 45 minute s in an attempt to reach a decision. Seabil scat Winner of woo event stake King in 1938 starts comeback in impressive style defeating Star Field. Los Angeles feb. 24.-up old Man sea biscuit scored a spectacular Triumph for his first Victory of a Gallant comeback Campaign today by winning the $10,000 san Antonio Handicap and moving Back into the forefront of contenders for the top prize of the $100,000 Santa Anita Handicap a week away. Cheered to the Echo by a crowd of 33,000, the mighty stake King of 1938 equalled the track record for the mile and one sixteenth race and finished two and a half lengths ahead of his stablemate kayak ii. Twin Triumph for Howard. It was a double Triumph for the flashing red and White Silks of Charles s. Howard s racing stars for the two in finishing one two redeemed themselves in smashing style from the sixth and eighth places they ran one week ago. Jockey Johnny Pollard Rode the biscuit As of old bringing him up on the outside to Collar the Pace setting Vino Puro coming into the stretch and Pound on Down in front of the roaring grandstand to win. Zaidina farm s Viscounty was third. Sea biscuit s time equalling the track record set by kayak ii last year was 1 42 2-5. The feared Heel Fly failed to live up to expectations and preceptor ii the Lin Howard Bing Crosby Argentine finished fourth As Vino Puro mrs. J. F. Waters latin american faded under the pressure of sea biscuit s relentless attack. Victory for the 7-year-Oid sea biscuit making his third race of the season since he went lame in february 1939, was Worth an even $10,-000. It pulled him closer to the goal of owner Howard to beat the All time Money winning record of Sun Beau. Sea biscuit s win today brought his earnings to $351,-080. Sun Beau s record is $376,744. . Swamps Kansas in indoor track meet Columbia mo., feb. 24 Tel Missouri took .11 first places  and swept three events tonight romping Over Kansas 81 to 23, in the ancient rivals thirtieth dual track meet. Sprinter Darrel Mathes prevented a Missouri grand slam by winning the 60-Yard dash. His time of 06.4 equalled the meet record set by Glen Foy of kans Asih 1938. Missouri grabbed off All three places in the Low hurdles High jump and shot put. Tiger Captain John Munsil shattered two meet records. He skipped the mile in 4 18.5, six tenths of a second faster than his own meet record of last year. Then he came Back and High tailed the fastest two Miles he has Ever run a 9 32.6 Effort that sliced 21.1 seconds off the record set by Paul Burrus of Missouri in 1939. I John White Missouri hurdler tied his own 1938 meet record for the 60-Yard " go hurdles with a time of 07.7. Coi Ioko wrestling. Kansas state 2s i Jamsa 0. College track. Missouri 81 Kansas 23 Bowling scores Eagle Picher m & b swept three straight from Carthage r & s at Trie Royal alleys Here last night in City league Bowling. Harry Swift of Eagle Polchar was High scorer with 601. Scores Carthage r b. Players. 1st 2nd 3rd total wigging. 166 167 145 477 Mckinney. 167 168 129 464 Payton. 176. 171 167 613 Adams. I. 169 149 161 479 Cowan. 1s2 183 160 625 total ,858 838 762-2458 Eagle Picher m & s. Nelson. 168 156 200 524 Swift. 191 222 188 601 Page 179 169 176 524 klmmel179 201 164 544 Seaman. 170 191 187 548 Handicap. 1 1 l 3. Total 888 910 916-2741 track Marks fall in indoor contests four records fall Fenske wins mile Bun As Cunningham stumbles on curb. New York feb. 24.- a four indoor and eight meet records were established tonight As new champions were crowned in 14 of the 17 events on the National a. A. U. Indoor track and Field championship the most Brilliant of a great collection of performances that thrilled a crowd of 15,000 were delivered by Gregory Rice the former notre Dame Captain who ran the fastest three Miles Ever run on boards 13 minutes 55.9 seconds. Al Blozis Georgetown University s 250-Pound Sophomore who heaved the 16-Pound shot put 55 feet 8% inches farther than it had Ever been tossed indoors. Allan Tolmich of Detroit who brought the 70-Yard hurdle Mark Down to  8.4 seconds. The Seton Hall College South Orange n. A team which bettered All previous indoor standards for the 880-Yard relay with a 1 32 clocking. The new York a. A in piling up 86 Points for its umpteenth Victory in the team Competition. Still it was the mile that the crowd had come out to see and it was a race Worth waiting for. It presented Chuck Fenske making his sixth straight winning mile the occasion for taking his first National championship As he won in 4 08.8. But the Wisconsin Star now official King of  the milers had to share the plaudits with Little Greg Rice of South Bend ind. The former notre Dame Captain made a runaway of the three mile race with the fastest time Ever run indoors 13 55.9. Fenske in his Triumph was aided at least to some extent by an Accident to the Man he replaces at the head of the mile running Parade. Coming Down the Straightaway to go into the Bell Lap Glenn Cunningham was giving Fenske a great Battle for the Lead arid appeared to be Back in. Something like his old time form. At that Point the great Kansan stumbled on the curb and took a full somersault As Gene Venzke in third place at the moment barely dodged him. A a Cunningham got up and finished gamely to take fourth place but by then the Parade had passed him by and Fenske came Down the last Straightaway the Winner by eight Yards Over Venzke with Lou Zamperini of Torrance calif., another. Five Yards Back in third place. Archie san Romani after setting a sizzling three quarters Pace of 3 08.4, dropped out with two Jed a Naif laps to go. Parsons bowlers meet \ Joplin at Royal today Parsons will Send two teams of top notch bowlers to the Royal alleys Here today to compete against the Joplin Finley team and the Budweiser squad. The matches will Start at 2 o clock. Joplin and Parsons have met in two matches so far each scoring a Victory. The rubber match will be bowled today. College basketball Cornell 34 Princeton 33. Missouri Valley 46 Westminster 33. Oklahoma a & m 41 Washington u. 25. Crelghton 42 Washburn 31. Texas Christian 64 Texas a. & m. 55. Southwestern okla. State 37 northeastern okla. State 17. East Central okla. State 40 Phillips u. 29. Navy 52 William and Mary 46. Villanova 47 Catholic u. 25. Kentucky 43 Vandervolt 38. Ohio u. 60 u. Of Cincinnati 37. Northwestern 39 Iowa 20. Purdue 48 Wisconsin 45 overtime. Michigan state 21 Marquette 17. Kansas 48 Nebraska 41. Bucknell 72 american u. 50. Franklin Marshall 36 Albright 27. Carnegie tech 46 Pitt. 44. Indiana 38 Chicago 34. Illinois 51 Michigan 28. Ohio state 48 Minnesota 43. Fort Hays state 49 St. Benedict s 29. Tulsa 40 St. Louis u. 27. Central 47 William Jewell 30. Warrensburg teachers 46 Missouri school of mines 37. Illinois state Normal u. 43 Southern Illinois state Normal u. 30. Few changes in the leagues at Royal leaderships remain about the same with the exception of a few increases. League leaderships remained about the same in loops at the Royal alleys last week with the exception of a few. A few of the teams moved up to tie with the top ranking squads while some increased their Lead Over their opponents. The service league Lead remains unchanged with Meeker company holding a three game margin Over second place or. Pepper. Mark Wardt s bakery increased their Lead to nine games Over Horseshoe cafe who holds Down second in the ladies league. A deadlock was broken in the Meeker company Loop As Flat goods took Over the Pace setting position dropping handbag department into second spot. The chemists Are still leaders in the Eagle Picher league while outlaws moved into a tie with third Street for second place. Lasting department in the carmo league leads sole leather who is in second place. Walter Pfisterer Bowling with the Budweiser team in the City league set a new High three lines with 223, 267 and 193 for a total of 683. The standings service league. W l Meeker company. 46 20 or. Pepper. 43 23 chill King Barbecue. 36 30 Chrls Mahs. 35 31 burgomaster Beer. 29 37 coca cola. 28 38 knights of pythias. 27 39 red top ale. 20 46 ladies league. Markwardt s bakery. 46 23 cafe. 37 32 r & s motors. 29 40 Marvel bread. 27 42 Meeker company league. Flat goods dept.44 28 handbag dept. 42 30 sign shop. 31 41 office. 27 45 Eagle Richer league. Chemists. 8 1 outlaws. 6 3 third Street. Al 3 insulators. 5 4 salesmen. 4 5 oxides. 3 6 smelters. 3 6 White Lead. 1 8 carmo league. Lasting dept.�. 63 16 sole leather dept. 42 27 office. 35 34 shipping dept. 34 35 fitting dept. 34 35 cutting dept. 28 41 bottoming dept. 27 42 finishing dept. 23 36 City league. Eagle Picher m & s. 58 34 Carthage r & s motors. 57 35 Finley Bros. Lumber co. 52 40 Foster cafe. 50 42 Budweiser Beer. 48 44 Ozark engineering co. 44 48 Wilder a Buffet. 41 51 Junge biscuits. 40 52 american service co. 40 e2 first National Bank of Joplin. 30 62 league honors City league. High team three lines Finley lumber 2,972. High team one line Budweiser Beer 1,063. High individual three lines Walter Pfisterer 683. High individual one line Cecil Blair 288. Service league. High team three lines chill King Barbecue 2,806. High team one line or. Pepper 1,049. High individual three lines Frank Bishop Walter Plumley 630. High individual one line de Hughes Frank Bishop 245. Eagle Picher league. High team three lines third Street 2,-750. High team one line third Street 1,029. High individual lines Bob Illidge 654. High individual one line Howard Goetz 247. Ladles league. High team three lines Markwardt s bakery 2,428. High team three lines Markwardt s bakery 875. High individual three lines Ellena Lamb 573. High individual one line Grace Patterson 231. Meeker company league. High team three lines Flat goods dept., 2,188.  High team one line Flat goods dept., 824. High individual three lines Charles Warren-593. High individual one line Charles Warren 226. Carmo league High team three lines sole leather dept., 2,481. High team one line sole leather dept., 872. High individual three lines Paul Campbell 61z. High individual one line Bob seder quest Paul Crandall 233. This week s schedule monday smelters is. Insulators White Lead is. Oxides salesmen is. Third Street chemists is. Outlaws. Tuesday Markwardt s bakery is. Marvel bread r & s motors is. Horseshoe cafe sign shop is. Office Flat goods dept. Is. Handbag dept. Wednesday burgomaster Beer is. Coca cola knights of pythias is. Meeker co., Junge biscuits is. Ozark engineers Wilder s Buffet is. Carthage r & s motors. Thursday red top ale vib. Christmans or. Pepper is. Chili King Barbecue. Finley lumber is. First National Bank of Joplin Eagle Plether m & s. Is. Foster s cafe. Friday lasting dept. Is. Fitting dept., sole leather dept. Is. Bottoming dept., finishing dept. Is. Shipping dept., office vib. Cutting dept. Saturday american service is. Bud we scr Beer. Semi pro Alliance formed. Wichita kan., feb. 24.-Rgsp formation of the International Alliance of Semi pro baseball with Mexico Cuba Canada puerto Rico Hawaii and the United states As members was announced today by Ray do Mont president of the National Semi pro baseball Congress. High commissioners of the sport in each of the countries comprise the International Board. They Are Kan yen Chun Hawaii l. Ochoa Mexico Ramon false Rio puerto Rico Lau Rance Doucet Canada and George Sisler the United states. Women s Cage dates set. St. Joseph mo., feb. 24.-i/p eleven teams representing eight states and headed by the Anicola of Galveston tex., the defending champions have Boon certified for the women s National a. A. U. Basketball tournament which  will be held Here March 28-30. Other teams will be added for a 32-club Field As entries Are received and records passed upon by the National committee. New Orleans Golf Lead to Ben Hogan White Plains pro scores 68-70-138 for half Way advantage in  $10,000 open. New Orleans feb. 24.- by canny be Hogan of White Plains n. Y., finished just before the Rains started today then watched the rest of the Field struggle through showers in a vain Effort to match Tho 68-70-138 which gave him a Lead at Tho half Way Mark in the $10,000 new Orleans open Golf tournament. The Only Man close was Harold Jug Mcspaden of Winchester mass., who played in the same threesome and added a 69 to yesterday s 70 for a 139. Snead tied for third. Tied for third at 142 were Morty Furgo of Sharon n. Y., whose 69 today pulled him up among the leaders Lloyd Mangrum of Oak Park 111., and slamming Sam Snead of Shawnee a. Young Chandler of Portsmouth va., who took a first round Lead yesterday with a 67, wobbled Over the third nine today in a five Over 42, but steadied to beat by one stroke on the incoming stretch at 34. His 76 put him in a tie at 143, with Bud Williamson of fort Wayne ind., and Tony Penna of Dnton Still far from the fore were u. S. Open Champion Byron Nelson and Jimmy Demaret of Houston tex., the season s most successful tournament player until this meet. Each took a 73 on top of a 74 yesterday. The Field will be reduced to 76 pros those with 155 or less and the 28 Low amateurs for the two concluding rounds tomorrow and monday. Harry Cooper of Chicago Winner of the tourney in 1938, dropped out. Today because of influenza. Wilford Wehrle of Chicago remained Low Amateur by duplicating yesterday s 73 for a 146. The leading scorers with ties in the second round were Ben Hogan White Plains n. Y., 68-70-138. Harold Mcspaden Boston mass., 70-69-139. Morty Furgo Sharon n. A 73-69-142. Lloyd Mangrum Oak Park 111., 70-72-142. Sam Snead Shawnee pa., 71-71 -142. Chandler Harper Portsmouth a 67-76-143. Bud Williamson fort Wayne i�rt., 71-72-143. Tony Penna Dayton o., 73-70 143. Leonard Dodson Kansas City 72-72-144. Paul run White Plains n. A. 70-74-144. Vic a Tiezzi Deal n. Y., 71-73 144. Gene Sarazen Brookfield Center. Conn. 71-73-144. Harry Nett Bladt Framingham mass 76-69-145 Henry Ransom Houston 72-73 145. Ralph Guldahl Chicago 70-75 145. Jim Turnesa Providence r. I., 72-73-145. Dick Metz Oak Park 111., 74-71 -145. Milton Demaret Corpus Christi 76-70-146. Tony Longo Inwood l. I., 69-77 -146. E. J Harrison Little Rock 75-71 -148. John Parelli Lake Tahoe calif., 75-71-146. Jimmy Mchale Saranac inn n. Y., 73-73-146. A Wilford Wehrle Chicago 73-73-146. Leland Gibson Kansas City 79-71-150. Horton Smith Oak Park 111., 74-74-148. Herman Keiser Springfield mo., 75-75-150. Mike Murra Wichita kan., 76-73-149. Tkv Laffoon Miami okla., 72-76 -148. A denotes Amateur. Ten teams Are entered so far in nineteenth annual Cage tourney ten teams of three states have entered the nineteenth annual four state Independent basketball tournament to be held at the y. M. C. A. Court March 4 to 9, inclusive. Entries for the attraction will close Early thin week with Walt Wheeler tournament director expecting a Field at least As Large As last year when 21 teams went into action. There will be a new Champion this year. Lamar won Tho 1939 event but has no squad this year the Star players of that quintet going to other District teams. Teams entered so far Are when ton Cark Joplin leaders champions in the a division last yes St. Peter s of Joplin Neosho Blue devils Pittsburg Gordon transits Al Dorado Parsons Cardin Eagle Picher blues and Joplin Demolay. The first eight teams in the a division will fill out that bracket Wheeler said but the Field is unlimited for the championship contenders. The Cash prize awards amount to $124 in the two divisions with the bulk of the Money going to Tho winners. There Are special prizes however for the team coming the greatest distance and the first out of town entries. In the championship division the Winner will get $60, with $15 going to the other finalist. Losers of the two semifinal games will receive $5 each. In the a tournament the Winner will get. $25, with the other finalist to receive $5. Each team will be allowed 10 men but their names must be registered at the y. M. C. A. Head Quad i ters before the tournament starts. Resigned k. State coach gets a Job at Northwestern Evanston 111., feb. 24.- in Wesley Fry who resigned recently As football coach at Kansas state was appointed assistant football coach at Northwestern University today and will begin his new duties at the opening of Spring practice in april. In joining the Wildcat staff Fry returns to the big ten where he starred As a fullback and quarterback at the University of Iowa in 1923, 1924 and 1925. While at Iowa he played under both Howard Jones now at Southern California and Burt Ingwersen Northwest can s head line coach. Fry s appointment announced by Kenneth l. Tug Wilson Northwestern director of athletics rounds out the Wildcat Gridiron staff for next fall the staff having been Short a Man More than a year. Head coach Waldorf s varsity staff now consists of Ingwersen Waldo Fisher Art dutch lond Berg and Fry who is expected to devote most of his time to Back Field candidates. Nebraska swimmers win. Lawrenc kan., feb. 24.-up Nebraska University swimmers won five out of nine firsts today As they Defeated Kansas University tank men 47 to 37. No Pool or meet records were broken. Baseball players Drifting Florida begin coming into training Camps for annual conditioning Campaign. Big Trout ready at roaring River for opening Day special to the Otoe. Cassville mo., feb. 24.-a crowd in excess of 5,000 is expected for the opening of the Rainbow Trout season March 1 at roaring River state Park. Hotel accommodations As Well As Cabin and cottage reservations at the River have been reserved far in Advance according to Hugh Brixey superintendent of the Park. New hatchery built. Brixey said that a greater number of adult fish of 2 years and Over will be released. A new hatchery part of a reconstruction program in the Park has been built. A new system of preparing the water for baby fish also has been completed. New Stone and Concrete rearing pools have been constructed and Many new modern Cabins have been built the state conservation commission has on hand 50,000 Rainbow Trout for the 1940 season and 20 per cent of these fish ready for release in the fishing Waters that Are 2 years old or Over. It is the largest percentage of adult fish Ever on hand for release in roaring River Waters. Brixey said that the season would Start with 10,000 Rainbow Trout ready for immediate release. However he said that not All of the 10,-000 would be released the first Day. Tampa fla., feb. 24.-c/p major league baseball players mindful that the Start of another Pennant Chase is just around the Corner began Drifting into Florida s 11 Spring training Camps this week for the Grapefruit circuit s annual conditioning Campaign. Also assembling in the Sunshine Belt were minor leagues from 17 clubs although their actual drills were not scheduled to Start for another week. Newcomers to the list of 28 visiting clubs the largest in the state s history Are the new York giants and the Cleveland indians. Exhibitions Start in March. The Florida Grapefruit league exhibition games will Start March 8, with the Brooklyn dodgers playing the National league Champion Cincinnati reds Here. From then until Early in april More than 200 games Are scheduled. Last year s attendance for the circuit topped 100,000 for 160 engagements and that Mark is expected to climb to 150,000 this season. A highlight of the Spring schedule will be the All Star encounter i Here March 17, for Benefit of the finnish Relief fund. The new York i Yankees Joe Mccarthy will Pilot 1 the american league entry while Bill Mckechnie soft spoken manager of the Cincinnati reds will direct the National league stars. Two of the major circuit club will go to Cuba each for a three game series at Havana. Cincinnati will meet a team of cuban All stars March 22, 23 and 24, and the St Louis cardinals will follow playing the same opponents March 26, 29 and 30. Know How to do it. Kildare tex., feb. 24.-the Kil dare High school girls basketball team which once reached 115 consecutive victories is in the midst of another spurt. It has taken 29 decisions while dropping Only one scoring an average of almost two Points per minute. This is a school that has but 35 girls enrolled. Fifteen of them Are out for Tho basketball team. The other 20 would he if they could make it chuckled c. C. Alexander the coach. Join the milli0 Webb Civ b team wins in pimv1lle tourney special to the Globe. A Pineville mo., feb. 24.-Webb City s b team won out in the finals of the Pineville tournament Here tonight shading Noel 22 to 21. Stella won the. Junior High school event with an 18-10 Victory Over White Rock. Granby won third place in the Junior bracket by Downing Southwest City 48 to 20, and Neosho beat Granby 20 to 16, for third place in the Junior bracket. Lineups of final game in the b team bracket Webb City Teel 7 and Custis 2, forwards Corl 2, Center Erwin 4, Riggs 7 and Wright guards. Noel Williams 2 and Hayes 14, forwards Rousello 4, Center Fine 1, and Pruitt guards. Of people who Are now Bowling for health exercise recreation adults Only or men Only Are taboo in the sport of Bowling. Everybody can enjoy this invigorating healthful recreation. See life Magazine Issue dated february 19 t for Bowling instructions with illustrations clean pleasant Omro findings said finest equipment we Are indeed very grateful for the Fine co operation of our patrons and league sponsors which has a de it possible for us to maintain a wholesome pleasant recreational Center with finest equipment that everyone can enjoy the most popular indoor sports known today. Alba and Cherokee tie for girls Cage title special to the Globe. Cherokee kan., feb. 24.-the Alba and Cherokee girls teams tied for the title in the Cherokee tournament Here tonight the teams winding up their contest 9 to .9. Carrville boys won the Junior High school event with a Triumph Over Wyandotte indians. College swimming. Nebraska University 17 Kansas u. 87. Owling billiards Ping Pong l. B. alleys  a. B. C. And w. I. B. meet me at the modern recreations inc. 515 Joplin Street phone 1270

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