1935 Westerrn Feminine Basketball Champions, Ogden All-Stars
Three to Carry Ogden Colors At National Tournament for program , Bill | charge Pet. the with while has an M Men's Standings Overtime Game Played Logan; Fight Hard Throughout Ogdcn All-Stars, western feminine basketball champions, will again represent Ogdcn In the national tournament at St. Louis, Mo., late in March. Four of the outstanding performers of the locals arc pictured above. Top row, left to right: Ingrle Anderson, guard; Annie DeVries, forward and leading scorer in the Utah state league, and Ethel Stitt, forward; lower left, Delsa Child, center, ready to j u m p Into action. Ten young women of Ogden together with Coaches Alton \V. Parker and Bob Donaldson will make the trip. Mount Ogden Sinks Final Standing Won Lost Pet. Twelfth 5 Fourteenth 3 Seventeenth 3 Fifth 2 Ninth 1 Eighteenth 0 0 '.000 2 .800 2 .600 3 .400 4 .200 5 .000 LOGAN, Feb. 16.--(AP)--Led by Exum and Ogle, who tallied 16 points each, Montana State college's college's cagers staged a sensational rally to defeat Utah State Agricultural Agricultural college, leaders in the western division Hocky Mountain basketball conference, 60 to 56, in an overtime game here tonight. The defeat left the Farmers in first place, however, as Brigham Young university was beaten a second second time by Utah at Salt Lako City. BRILLIANT GAME The Bobcats played their most brilliant game of the year and gave the Farmers, heavy favorites, a hard fight throughout, due to sensational basket shooting. The score was tied 13 times, six tlmss In each half OGDEN STAKE Won Lost Pet Eighth 7 0 1.000 North Ogdcn 7 1 Fourth 5 Utah Eagles 4 Sixth ...' 4 Seventh 3 Thirteenth 2 Huntsvlllc 2 Pleasant View 1 Twentieth 1 2 3 4 5 4 5 6 .875 .714 .571 .500 .375 .333 .285 .143 6 .143 Monday Night's Schedule 7 p. m. North Ogden vs. (Ogden Stake). 8 p. m. Eleventh vs. Nineteenth. 9 p. m. Eighth vs. Huntsvllle. 10 p. m. Hooper vs. Second. Last Week's Results Eighth 27, Fourth 25. Seventh 38, Twentieth 18. North Ogden 29, Sixth 26. Utah Eagles 35, Pleasant View Sixth 38, Pleasant View 35.