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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - February 8, 1930, Mitchell, South Dakota Page two the evening Republican. Mitchell. S. U. Saturday Foch Kraky a. Mao Kernel cagers Victor by swamping the Redfield hoop artists,27-17 Mitchel beats believe it or not first Host of Northern trip Reg. U. S. Pat office on request sent with stamped addressed envelope Hebert l. Ripley will Send the Republican s readers proofs and details of any thing depicted by him. Koons Center. Played a Good defensive game the Mitchell kernels came out on top of the Heap Friday night by defeating the Redfield hoop artists at Redfield 27-17, in the first game of a two contest trip. The kernels seemed to get off on the right foot forged ahead in the scoring and held there fielders to few chances to shoot for baskets i and those at a Good distance. The Redfield team played a zone i defense which was easily broken up i by the kernels fast breaking of i , although both teams were playing exceptionally Good Basket i Teotis. Played a Verv Good de j Tensive game for the Mitchell Cag a ers. And Cozine and Pooley Dis played Good class in the Redfield i contest. Bastian Redfield Center was very aggressive and played a Nice game for the losers. The starting line up for the Mitchell team was Brown and co Fine at Forward positions Purcell. I n Center and Pooley and Koons at guard. Tonight the kernels meet the j Strong Aberdeen aggregation that i lost a close game to the Huro nites 1 Friday night. The Aberdeen team has four state tournament players left from j last year and the game tonight is bound to be plenty Tough. In spite of the fact that h. Ludeman Star Forward and Bircher guard Are i not with the kernels coach qum i Tai Hopes to make a deep impression at the Northern school and i although he will be playing against a different Type of defense than Redfield used he believes that his boys can give the Aberdeen cagers i a go for their Money. Aberdeen uses a Man to Man defense and has i beaten Redfield twice this season. I the summary Mitchell. 27 Redfield 17 of it of Fig it of Brown f 2 0 Van Wold. F i 0 9 Cosine f s i Fli Cavanaugh f 9 9 nod Emars t. 9 9 3 Bastian e i i t Purcell f 0 2 0 Larson g 2 i i Koonz e i i to Fitzgerald in 0 i 0 Drai icy. G i 9 la wealth. G 9 9 0 Bobb g 0 e a i Tobin. I 9 9 Pooler f i s la totals la s totals r s 5 by Ripley Chagan wins decision Over Harry ebbets Chicago he feb. 8�? Abs the standing of Clyde Chastian. Young Dallas Texas Boxer among the list of middleweight title challengers today was considerably enhanced by a 10-round decision Over Harry ebbets Brooklyn puncher. Chastain used Jack Demosey a sixth card at the coliseum Friday night As an Opportunity to Pound purse of $ 140,000 in one Carnera has race at Agua Caliente mint Sto too Agua Caliente handicaps will be the feature of the ? meet to be held during the month of March in three fights out a Surprise decision Over the Eastern fighter after being floored in the first round for a count of eight. Chastain opened up in the second round and from there on of the richest All age stake until the ninth had the better of world. The going. Ebbets made a great Fin j month of big Money racing ish but could not overcome the be opened with the Agua texans advantage. Caliente Derby March 2. This by Paul Zimmerman associated press sports writer Agua Caliente. Lower calif., mer., feb. 8�?up a four feature events flourishing $142,500 in added stakes will turn the eyes of the horse racing fraternity to the Agua Caliente jockey club track Here with the a tiring in of the month of March. Supreme in importance of these is the Agua Caliente Handicap which with its approximate $140.-000 Gross value in awards stands in Primo March 23 to replace the Coffroth Handicap once the climaxing affair of the bygone Tijuana racing Days. It will attract some of the Best in horse flesh not Only from the United states but South America and Canada As Well. Cup Handi he of will soon highest paid athlete by Herbert w Barker associated press sports writer new York n. Vy., feb. Iut we there Are no figures to prove it but suspicion grows that Primo the Agua Caliente Niue i a ran Petrr w with $10,000 posted As added camera venetian Cha one a a smut a a the a racing the highest paid United states within aim the season at the Border resort on March 30. The trek to Baja California. Which started turf enthusiasts Bor Derward beginning last december 28 with the opening of the new s2.000,000 Plant will be brought to a close with this race. Coming As the crowning feature Short a time As it takes to Tell it the giant italian heavyweight knocked out cow to Billy owns Cherokee Indian from Guthrie okla., in three minutes and 25 seconds at Newark thursday night and boosted his total earnings in George Trafton Only conqueror holds a its incentive an added of the past Winter season the Agua America to Between $40,000 and of Charles Arthur the great i value of $25,000. On its heels Fol Shires. Knocked out battling criss. Lows the Agua Caliente futurity Michigan heavyweight whose bout March 16, putting $7,500 on the Rao with Shires was can org Mart the smallest Post office. In the world a floating Keg opposite Tierra Del fue amp of each passing ship collects and Post letters by it it is us a la protect or. Of Ai the of or. Amp �930. Kew Fri Strw South Dakota Scholastic Basket Ball i Zer Baliski holds d. J. Z. In spite of or team to defeat the Strong Redfield aggregation and the Woonsocket team to fall before the Wessington Springs quintet a percentage of .746 or a four Point loss was experienced in the games so far re tire writer failed to select Correct celled after he said representatives of the great one had asked him to take a dive. Trafton accounted for criss in it the third round but was ready to fall from fatigue when he landed the finishing blow. In the 10-round Semi final. Joey Medill. Chicago lightweight hammered out a decision Over Spur Myers of Pocatello Idaho. Miu Rose meet attracts m w new York a. A. Feb. 8�?op a Canada Poland and Switzerland All will Send athletes into action against United states rivals at the Hillrose a. A. Games in Madison Square Garden tonight. In the sprints Canada sends Johnny Fitzpatrick and Leigh Miller who compete with Jack elder from notre Dame and by Leland Texas Christian football Star and Chet Bowman Newark a. C., Jimmy Daley holy Cross and Howard Kriss Cleveland. Stanislaus Petkiewicz of Poland will be seen in the two mile miss and out race and or. Paul Martin of Switzerland in a half mile run. Four great runners will match strides in the a Emilirose 600,&Quot Pete Bowen of Pittsburgh National Quad. Ter mile Champion Bernie Mccanna ferry holy Cross Star Phil Edwards of new York University and Eddie Roll former Colgate runner now the feature attraction of the four headlining events presenting its in added stakes comes on Caliente Handicap is the Only event $45000. Salvaged from the forsaken Tijuana Carnera has made three ring a layout. The weather beaten grand pea Rances since he came to this stand paddock and club House still an j knocked out three men stand a Monument to the establish ring time of five minutes. Ment of horse racing in this Region Back in 1915. S. Scholastic basketball Deadwood bears take rapid City red shirts Deadwood. S. D., feb. 8�?</p a the victorious rampage of the rapid City High school cobblers was stopped Friday night by the Deadwood High school bears. The score was 26 to 21. It was the first defeat in 22 seconds. His earnings average approximately $8,000 for a Ery minute he spent in the ring. Owens made a better showing than either of cameras previous opponents although that May have been because the italian was in Kimball recovered somewhat and clinic to Clown his Way b scored 12 Points while Plankinton first round. The la,.akn e scored Only half that number. Out big boy Peterson in Nern Dexter Forward on the local Ute to second in his first match team and one of the outstanding Here and to d Elzea a la us 0 players was taken out at the end Canada in 47 seconds at Chicago of the third Quarter when he fell hat Friday night. Owens lasted and injured his leg both Dexter eight games this season for o us and Sheldon Center Foi pm Ink in ton each scored six Points. Mcclean Cobbs red shouted Quint. 0 Delmont splits Bill with Ravinia teams Points Delmont s. D., feb. 3�? special a the Ravinia Baske Teers met another defeat at the hands of the Delmont cagers Here Friday night 28-14, in a fast basketball contest. The score at the half time was 15-5, for the locals and during the second half an entirely different quintet played for Delmont. In a preliminary contest the Ravinia girls Defeated the Delmont sextet 17-7. Next week. Delmont plays two Han guard of the Kimball quintet scored All but two of the visitors Artesian fives loses to Howard cagers Artesian s. D., feb. 8.�? special Howard a basketball team came to Artesian Friday night and took the locals into Camp winning by a score of 23 to 13. The score at half time was 12 to last Friday night. Minutes 25 seconds. Eight thousand persons watched camera abandon his usual formula of getting his Man As quickly As possible. He moved about the ring with great Speed boxing with Owens wrestling his Man around in the clinches when he or a blocking All the punches the red Man aimed at him. Toward the end of the round. Camera sent Home several hard punches to the head and body but Owens took them without flinching. As the second round opened Primo landed both hands heavily to Owens Knees buckled and he went Down on his shoulders As a heavy right caught him on the Chin. The count of ten Yankton retains March Tripp teams takes Bot Scotland five beats to championship honors games from Tabor cagers Springfield quintet competing for the Newark a. Or Rritt l in in Pia i Yankton s. D., feb. 8�? special Tripp s. D., of a. 8�? special a i Springfield s. D., feb. 8�? Spe-1 Ray Conger Illinois a. C., Middle Lullu age at .746 a the Yankton Bucks nosed out the Tabor quintet lost a hard Elal a Scotland High beat Spring ahead of the giant Sioux Falls Tho Irvy of Hor Field High Friday night Twenty-1 Sivak of Butler University or Val to 1 f quintet in a close contest Here a three to nine with Scotland show -1 Hartin of Purdue and j. L. Mont a spite of the act that the wait night 13-11. Friday night 24-10. Hng excellent form in the second Gomery of i Enn m the Rodman id not predict the Mitchel. The game was very Well played on the score at the half was 15-6 half. I Wanamaker mile. The High jump the part of both teams and Good in favor of the Tripp boys and j Springfield had very poor defense has drawn a crack Field and Init basketball tactics ruled the court they held nearly the same margin and allowed Scotland Many close j pole vault Fred sturdy former Yale each team had five fouls. I the rest of the contest. In Shote. Vaulter now with the los Angeles Yankton led 9-4 at the half Mark. After the third period the tri pfc Weiland and icy starred for a. C., will attempt to set a new Sioux Falls made four Field goals team was substituted by the Sec a Scotland and own ens for Spring and three free throws while the Ond stringers who held the visitors Field ported upon. Of Nineteen connect buc made six Field goals and one to approximately the same Speed Scotland seconds won Over of Winch reports were , Cut it by played earlier in the game i Springfield seconds fifteen to nine. The Tripp girls Defeated the to in a preliminary contest. 3 in favor of the a. The game was much faster than j the score played a fast breaking games on the local floor. Game and Davison cent or was High Avon tuesday night and Corsica Man Vun lots be. Found Owens writhing on the floor in ski Forward and Adams for camera a Victor in his third Ward were outstanding players for the locals. Artesian plays Forestburg on the Home floor monday evening. Fast Gregory quintet defeat Platte cagers Gregory s. D., feb. 8�? special a the fast Gregory quintet stopped the invading Platte cagers in their contest Here Friday night and Defeated them 32-15. Gregory led at the half time by a score of 15-9, and during the Sec and camera a straight match. Purdue meets is. By five win to 59 winners out of 79 games below Are the results of the re pc a the results Redfield 17 ii gift shot. Stransky and s. Smith each worlds record. He already has done 14 feet. About 50 College teams Are entered in mile relay races. 0 bringing the total made two fit old goals for Yankton j Bor girls 53-19 in the preliminary d. Smith As usual played a Good defensive game. Mcdowell and Bur the cited games the predicted scores Dette did exceedingly Well for re in parentheses. Sioux Falls team. Yankton. Is. To it Sioux Falls. Ii. 19. Huron. To. 22 Aberdeen to. 19. We a. Springs t i. Is Woonsocket. Is. Emery is it j Marino. 12, is. Fri Wren. 22. Cly Tyndall 19. 99. Plankinton. 23 123> Kimball of 15. Chamberlain. Is21 Pukwana. In. Miller. 21. 20 Gettysburg la. Is. I 8 j Ravinia la. It. Armour 39, Cit i Corsica 19. 12. Tripp. 21. Is Tabor to. La. Geddes. To. $2 Lake Andes. 22. 19. Salem. St. 39 Humboldt. 21, is. Gregory. 32, is Platte. 15, 21. Howard. 23. U Artesian is 15. Highmore 12. 19 Riderr. To 19. Game. I Emery keeps up Pace o a of Cage victories Salem Downs Cager Marion. S. D., feb. 8- special a from Humboldt High i Emery hoop sters maintained o Salem s. A. Feb. 8- special it a their winning Streak of defeating White Lake teams win Salem a fast breaking basketball the Marion Baske Teers in a close both games from Hopper team a their second win of the j Battle Here Friday night by i White Lake s. D., feb. 8�? Spe week Friday night defeating a score of 15-12. Cia a the White lakers downed the Humboldt 37 0 21. J Emery led the Field at the half basketball results Drake 31 Washington a 25. Creighton 21 Grinnell 20. St. Ambrose 37 Buena Vista. 29. Haskell indians 30 Washburn Woonsocket loses game to Wessington Springs Wessington Spring s. D., feb. 8. A special a the Wessington Ond half they played even a bet. Springs cagers took the Woonsocket or game both on offence and de-1 Baske Teers for their second trounce Many Points a a stretch a Murphy will sense holding the invading team ing of this week Here Friday night xxx three games tonight will close to six Points. I by a 30-18 score. The Western conference basketball Slaughter of Gregory was High tile Springs team led 15-5 at the championship schedule for the week scorer with nine Points. Vain was half time and doubled its score Illinois plays at Minnesota to Good in defense for the locals. A j during the second half while a it and on form should just Woonsocket did almost As Well. Pinard Forward of the Springs five made nine Points and Lucas a fellow guard made eight Berg did Best or the visitors. Of Ull Chicago 111., feb. 8�? pvt topped by Purdue a invasion of Chicago in which the big interest lies in How j Ben Forward and Mokes guard. I looked Best for the Platte team. The Gregor cagers play the last years Rosebud champions Hamill Here tuesday night. Of Plankinton St tax leads c b. In conference race i Plankinton s. D., feb. 8.�? special in a fast game Here Friday mob visiting Hopper Quint Here. Friday night by a score of 18-15, in at half time the score stood 18 by four Points and the local Quint j 22 in to to. In Salem s favor. During the was a e to Cut Down Only one a Northwestern 40 Marquette 19. Concordia 42 St. Johns u., 20. J a a a Carleton northfield25 Ripon night which was tied 17 to 17 at 24 the end of the third period Plank Moorhead teachers 40 Wahpeton intones High school hoop St. Cloth teachers 29 Mankato Presto. Is is White Lake of i Bat Scotland is. A Rosebud Indian. Is Dallas is Ideal. Deadwood or m Chadron. Is averaged Springfield. 9, t. Isi Murdo. 19. Min Calde 19. Rapid City. I he a of a a a evenly matched contest. Last period an entire team of sub-1 Point of that Lead during the re a a eachers 25. The local boys outplayed the hop statutes replaced the first string minder 0f the game. Gustavus Adolphus 29 St. Mary a per team in the first period which men f0r Salem. Olson Salem for Ascher and Nolan of Emery College winona19. Ended 11-4, but the visitors made urdu scored eighteen 1 played Good games likewise did a j _. Up for lost time in the second part Schallenkamp. Center for Salem Gobl Unselt and Schrag of Marion. Toronto can Sammy Hackett of the contest by chalking up Elev and teed Forward for Humboldt., a a toront0t out pointed Leo kid Roy. = in Pointe. The margin was a Little were outstanding cagers swamp Montreal to Jackie philos Toron by too urge for them to overcome. Salem plays a third game this Lake Andes hoop sters outdo air Jack Purvis Indian Geddes s. D., feb. 8�? special w v 1 tossers won from Kimball 23 to 17. The Plankinton girls won from the Kimball girls 37 to 17. At the end of the half the boys game stood la to 5 in favor of Plankinton. In the third period Rodaks trounce maroons 31-19 grand Forks n. D., feb. 8�? pm. North Dakota University Defeated Morningside 31 to 19, in a North Central conference game Friday night. The Flickertail kept con the Quot defending bantamweight Cham fro. Of the Ball and led 14 to to Pion a but the National Boom at the half. Association holds that the 118 Poling about be Able to defeat the Gopher Ohio will attempt to soothe to some extent the smarting caused by its drubbing at Purdue monday night at the expense of Indiana. O bantamweight meet new York n. Y., feb. 8�?w�?Tj-Al Brown slim Panama negro meets Johnny Erickson of new York in a 15-round bout at the Olympia a. Tonight with Browne a More or less synthetic bantamweight championship at stake. The Panama negro is recognized in new York state i Gibson Kodak fear goals. Forward scored Crown is vacant and Brown simply the leading contender. Eau la. Freeman s. D., feb. 8, special Hunter Seligson meet in finals however. Week with Spencer tonight. Loon of Hopper was High Point a Man with six Points but Schroeder Freeman victors Over of White Lake was close behind with five. The White Lake Independent team gave the Hopper independents a trouncing to the tune of 48-16 in a preliminary game. The Hopper team made Only toe petals luring the first half the half time score was in a n Vii v. Priori 23-3 deadlock at twelve and it v. Asen Juo _1 through the locals ability to tap Highmore team trims out ahead a the second half that j the Geddes cagers swamped Thyl Lake Andes five. 49-22, Here Friday Apolis to. Boston mass., Fuller Tyndall quilts 22-u night and held their c. M. Con Boston it won on fou from Benny Lead. A the Freeman cagers upset the j the local cagers led 23 hoop sters Here Friday end of the first half and were not headed throughout the contest. A n a a Bass Junior lightweight Champion i Philadelphia 5 non title. Tyndall night and won a fast close game Mollet of Geddes scored eighteen j Points. Tucker did veil in defense for the locals Standingbear was huh scorer for Lake am Des. The Lake Andes gels overwhelmed the local sextet 40-12 in the opening Gam of the evening. Presho takes Tivo from Kennebec Presho s. D., feb. 8�? special it a the Presho cagers won Over the new York it. Y., feb. 8�? a5 a two players of different Tennis generations but remarkably Bim _ _ liar styles on the court meet today. Pierre five easily won the game for them. For the National indoor singles a More. S. D., feb. 8�? Spe e. Miller of Freeman and Hoff. Championship. _ Cia he Highie cagers took o Tyndall opposing centers were Frank Hamter 35-year old new Pierre hoop artists for a 20-10 the outstanding players o the con Rochelle Newstr it or publisher in trim Ming Bere Friday night. J test. Counters Julius Seligson. Lehigh visitors made Only two Points the two schools second teams University senior in what promises during the entire first half but played a preliminary game which j Kennebec quintet Here Friday to be a Battle of Case line a drives. I rally a Little in the. Ended 14-9 in favor of the free 1 night. 31-8. In a very one sided. Hunter is the favorite. Or of to e game. Man team. Hoop contest. Beaten Seligson in All four of their _ we inv nivb1 a 1 a a 1 height of Center big asset to team tuesday night Tabor invades. The game Friday night although a a a previous meetings it the fa5t not come up to tile con-1 Freeman for a Cage contest. O. Test played earlier in the season at Over Gilbert pen let when the two teams dead player demonstrated in his Semi final round Victory of it Hall Friday at 6-4 7-5 6-2 that i at Quot the end of the regular he is in the Best form of his car j Jolt Rod an j were forced to play Eer. In an Over time schedule in which Hunter on the other band is Hje Ramore won 22-16 several pounds Over his Best play As weight in spite of three Miles to daily Road work before breakfast. Of a Chadron Normal Ivins Over mines Armour cagers Down Corsica five 30-16 Armour s. D., feb. 8 a special a the Corsica quintet fell before the Strong Armour team Here Fri Presho who was Defeated last Weik by the Reliance players have lost no other games and won eight. The second half was the larger scoring period for Presho Friday night the first half ending 9-4 in favor of the locals but the visitors made Only one Field goal in each period. L. Green of Presho made five Field goals and one free throw. The Presho girls downed the Mitchell of h Day night and lost its game by a scorer with twelve Points to . Alrich made five of Pierre. A �3 16. Quot a or a Tyr teas it i ll9 a re prelim sral South Dakota conference. Period while the local Points count Jed seventeen. Tho Armour coach used twelve in Ary game of the evening. Of Chamberlain five regains Chadron kept the was fast throughout although Chadron held a 23 to to Lead at the Hor rockers rallied late in the second half and Drew up within four Points of the eagles vntt1 two minutes to go a Aly to have Kelley Star Chadron Center ring in three Field goals to cinch the Victory. Kelley led the scoring with 13 Smith Forward was offence the miners making 8 Itz Forward for Armour was outstanding for Corsica. The Armour girls won from the Corsica girls team 17-8. O Keb feb n1 romtes1 Aberdeen five i different players and Chadron Normal continued to raised a Ertme a a. feb. It specs new men. I Voo in the ranks of visiting Blac wading Huron basketball kaput Hills quilts Friday night by defeat j players Defeated the Aberdeen caging the rapid City school of mines j ers Bere Friday night 24-21. In a hard rockers. 34 to 24. The game fast close contest. Aberdeen led at the half by a score of 14-9. But Huron staged a rally soon after the second half opened which was disastrous for the local Quint. Wolz of Huron and Birdseye of Sion went on a shooting rampage Aberdeen tied for High Point honors with four Field goals each. Ayres we As Huron a most valuable player on both offence and defense. Stay Blein and May did Good work for Aberdeen. Huron meets Watertown at a play j ter town tonight and Aberdeen plays Mitchell Rosebud indians defeat Murdo coyotes 32-14. Berain at the end of the first half winning Power by Victory Pukwana s. feb. 8�? special a the Chamberlain hoop artists came Back after their defeat at the hands of it. Vernon the Early part of the week and Friday night won from the Pukwana Beys. Here 29-16. The score stood 13-7 for Cham Pom Star to Murdo s. D., feb. 8�? special a the Rosebud Indian school of mid Points. The same two terms will Bere tonight. By sol Metzger these Ull Fellows Are rather valuable men on a basketball court. If a coach finds one for a Center he a evidently been living right for a tall Center Means you la control the Ball on toss ups. That Means you la have a big Edge on the other i fellow. Centers get uncanny at times. J Indiana has had such and so did i the Hill Yards and Kansas One great stunt for a Center to pull basketball tuesday feb. 11 Salem High Here Friday night and Defeated the Murdo coyotes 32 to 14. The score at the end of the half stood 25 to 2. The indians loaded the second half. White Bear made 17 Points and j shots were missed by them one Feather made to for the in j Pukwana invades Kimball tues to fans. I Day night for its next Cage contest. And both teams came Back fast in when he controls the tap. Is to up the latter part of the game. The Ball outside of the Center Circle Labidee. Of Chamberlain scored and directly Back of him. Like a Nineteen Points to carry off High j Flash he a after it and begins a scoring toners. Maurer looked Best circular dribble that always keeps for the locals. His immediate opponent Back of him fifteen Points of the visitors to j when Clever at dribbling and fast Tai of Twenty nine were mad5 of foot a Center who does that can from free throws. Only three gift with the Aid of Clever forwards dribble right up to the Basket for a two Pointer before the other five knows just what has happened. Notice that the big game starts at 7 30 tues. Instead of 8 30 is. Mitchell High Corn Palace 7 30 p. M. Salem won Over the Woonsocket team that beat Mitchell earlier in the season. Mitchells new combination is working like a clock. Be there tuesday battled it will be fast done to forget 7j30 p. M. Mitchell seconds is. Alexandria seconds 8 30 p. M. That a a it two thrii1 admission 50c for both games i

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