Henrietta teams 9Mar1945

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Henrietta teams 9Mar1945 - Henrietta, Auditors Titles As City League Cage...
Henrietta, Auditors Titles As City League Cage Loop Races Close C O.MI'KTITION in the City Class A ami Class B Basketball he.ii tf ties came 'to -a close last evening at Jefferson .Junior llik'li School with Henrietta Grunge sueeposfnlly defending its clifimpionship .in Class A, and Allieit Auditors lieing crowned ot' Class B, In Class -ArHonrieUa Grange clinched the title by turning hack Bendi.x-Westinghou.se, 43-3!l. the third victory this season for Henrietta over Bendix - We.stinghouse and. Henrietta; (! range's seventh victory in eight league. games. Inasmuch as Henrietta Grange has clinched the loop crown, the team's game with American Radiator, postponed from earlier in I he season; will not h« pliiycd. In Class B, Alhe.it Auditors clinched the circuit toga by Western 'Automatic, 80-1!), and then met the Kidge ' Ton) in M second eon'lest. and with nothing at slake, proceeded to win. :i.'i-17. 'The Auditors finished the loop season with a record nl' right wins in nine games. Hi'iirietln Grange was held scoreless in the first quarter of its giinn: with Bcndix-Westinghouse but took the initiative in the second period to 1'orpc to the front, never to be headei t hereafter. ~,i> Bendix-Westinghouse grabbed a 7-0 lead in the first quarter, but in the second frame, Henrietta came back wilh an 18-8 margin to take an 18-15 lead al halflime. The Grange cag'ers also had a 11-9 edge in the third quarter and were out: scored in the.final period, 15-14. Lewis Kothe of Henrietta Grange led the game's scoring with . 16 Wilson Due To Be Named New Big Ten Head CHICAGO. —Kenneth L. of spririK gathering, marks | (Tug) Wilson, athletic director of Northwestern University, was expected expected to be named the Big Ten's now athletic commissioner today as the conference's athletic directors and board of faculty" representatives representatives met in joint session. Today's mcu'ling, which concludes the directors' annual two-day the fifth meeting of the conference lcii('.c.-s score High's reading ng By ames ppose ,'otinty, Vort'bn 'clock. :our In ng. Orange, burg Voiion enter meets •iUe :ames lalf hort imc irst outscored quarter, 16-12. points, wilh George Arthrell, home on leave from the Merchant Marine, Marine, high for- Bendix-Westinghouse wilh 10 tallies. Easy For Auditors Jack Schuster and Til .Van Dyke paced the Alhcil Auditors to'lhei easy win over Western Automatic ^ in lheir search fur a successor to the ];,tc M,IJ. juhn L. Griffith, the ronfcTcnc-'\ alnu-Uc conuni: '< ner the j I In muke for 22 years, Dirt-dors .Make Choice direclors are thf: selection, empowered to subject to the thei rector no •of •of *l j Ohio Stale nppnival of the faculty board. Wilson, basketball and tracl: star at Illinois from Ifil8-20, became Ni'i-thwi-slern ainli;iic (iirectnr in I9Z"). Pre\-iou>ly nc served as di- und head trac-k coach' at of j of c'iriffith'.," wiliui! ''ha's 'ih'iinced —>>• j the commissioner.- fffict- as a ,..f a ternpoiai-. t'nivi-^rn ,n pld j commisMnn .includiiic H O 'fvk oi | k . r . |I1() , w , Sl h 1 --"^ I juhlotic dir ! in the a lead 'fFinal a | CLASS .* l.l.AOUi; { IlenrleltH Oranto .. I Wp«i«rn Automatic , | Bfridlx-Westirighouse Amrrican Rndmtor . CLASS II I.H.UilJt: Alhflt Auditors Nidge Ttiol ..,. Gfneral lndii&trtir& . Western Automuuc . W. 7 « 4 5 0 B L. Pel t .875 J ,444 000 W « I 5 4 3 « 1 7 L PCI. H89 Bowling Standings BOHII.M, (I.MI'B All MAR getting 12 and 10 points, respective ly, Peters was high for the loser with nine. Bill Sutliff was the top score for the Auditors as they easily trim med Ridge Tool, bagging 11 point Unger was high for the losing quii with seven counters. ' • . Following the games, champior ship trophies were awarded the Henrietta Grange and Alheit Auditors Auditors tci«ms by Carl L-. Smith, program director of the' Elyria Recreation Board. IIKSRIETTA BK.MIIX — (JKVMit—1'< WESTIN«lH01'«t—.W U F. T a. f T. l.rimb'uch. rl 1 t 3 Cliarnm. rl :i 0 6 WHUIIL II 00 vJIrumcn'Icrl. 11 4 1 9 Kinsley, c 4 J loVihrell r ft 0 10 Ho.tfKlrr. rK 1 0 3 Hi-riier. n ,_' * \ 5 the Coinman, goals points 309 Wigton and Penner fourth the Saturday victories in Kent The is 27 Cml», Wfsi. llilgtl. lit •Kulhp, rf I 1. T. | llniiic j li,.ru IT Pel 807 1 1 u Al'i 400 .. U ToUl J 0 4 WilllHiud, 7 : 16 Mtchock. .) a 8 White. If IB '7 43 Total 3 1 Ig 0 '.' rl I 4 U 1 1 15 -9 39 Oberlin U.HKH ' . c, r. T .. tered o is ii"i4-43 still TBS is-,9 an( j '— in r. T.

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  1. The Chronicle-Telegram,
  2. 09 Mar 1945, Fri,
  3. Page 12

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