Big Bend and La Salle Battle in Close Peckham, Feb. 16.--Big Bend junior's junior's won three games from the LaSalle juniors Friday night In a In which close guarding and low Scores were evident. The girls' resulted in a 15 to 8 victory for peal girls. Until -the final quarter, earns were equally successful in scorng: Mollie Ginther, Big Bend allied seven points for scoring honors. The reserve boys teams required extra period to decide their game. Brlght's goal gave Big Bend a win. The boys game was won In the minute of play by PaufLorenz, scored two field goals to share scoring honors with Spellman of LaSalle led at the half 6 to 3, Bend scored three goals during second half to win 9 to 7. Boys from the intermediate gave several Indian dances between gSBiell under the .direction of Mr. Shoemaker. Big Bend 15 Pot. LaSalle 8 Glrither,, Mary f Larsen 6lnther, Mollie --t, Watts Baker Jc Paul Root re Krueger Bckhardt, H. Eckhardt, R, : Bckhardt, M. McCarty -Hamm -Hamm Totten .Strohmaler [arshall Scoring: Mary Ginther, two field goals and two free throws; Mollie Ginther, three field goals and- one throw, McCarty ,one field goal; Larsen, one field goal and two free throws; Watts, two field goals. The box score of the boys Big Bend 9 f9 ft LaSllle 7 fg ft' Bauming, f _ 0 0 Schmidt, f , _ 0 0 Spellman, P. Lorenz, c --2 0 H. Kelimoff, Pena, c - 1 R. Lorone, g _1 1 W. Kelimoff Stanley, g - 0 0 Totals _~_4 1 Beferee: Skpglund, Teachers.