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anil Bill Mason, Hugh club a has It «sa Hustchuk EuJ- his on th« ntramural Play Creates Interest At JuniorHigh Intramural basketball has been uder wav *t-SIeeker Junior High or the p'a'st "two weeks. I'laylag facilities are available but five af- eraounB in -each two weeks, thus L j-ccjulres threo--weeks lor each f the le-ams playing to eee action neb. '-''' High llghte of play' to-dato includo: Kills Arnold's 14-polnt scoring preo in 104'a 30 to 6 win over No. junior Carlton's 16 points led room 25 to a 26 to ZO victory over room 20. -' . ';, Earl Leieburg's .14 points In los- i n g " to room 23. Clifford Ditka's ,.15 points which contributed to room 2I2's 23 to 0 shutout of room 200. Other game results: meeting will be an all day White Cross work mooting at the home f Mrs. L!6yd'Johnson, starting at 10 a. m.-with a_covored.dish dinner, Jan.'22."·' " : ' · - Mtfmbir'sf of ' tho Fosston Woman's club' were 'entertained Thursday -'at' the- John ' O'Toole home. After:'a lovely dinner'the regular i'isUisEii meeting- was' held,' at which time Sirs. Virgil -Youiig.and Mrs.' Boj'd Thompeon .wcro elected .project leaders for tho home demonstration ; w o r k - for -February, March and April. A short prpsram or readings and Carol 'singing was followed with the exchange of gifts and a lovely polnBella was presented.' to the president,'- Mrs. 'Lloyd, Johnson. The ^next meeting will -he .at the A. D. .Lugar home, Jan. 30. FamousUjnp No Longet - r ,,,,4--7 to 6. 24-118--14 to 10. 23;2U--14 to 12. 201-3--13 to 8. 105-20--23 to 4. 4-201--13 to 8. ' 24-211-- IS to 10. Fosston,... Fosaton, Dec! 23.--Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cohea returnod Tuesday from J a visit with relatives and friends in Prairie Qfove, Ark., and Nowata/'Okla. , Haymond Uerrlck, Clifford Lugar, Jim McCartney and Paul Jones, left Thursday ot test week for Hunt!ngton Park, Calif. Herrick and Lugar planned to v U i l Lugar relatives In Corona and all hope to' find permanent work-in ^California, ' . - R1lis Tholma Cass Is leaving I Sunday for Tulsa, OWa., where ishe"will'spend Christmas with her i uncle, C. P.- Nolen. She expects to I atolnd business'college hi Tulsa. I Mrs. E. a "Johnson, -who has i Mrs. E. B. 'Johnson, -who hai | spent several weeks in Hobbs,-N. M., w i t h threo o( her sons and families, returned to her home, Thureuay. Mr. Ind Mr«. William It. Johnsiiri 'brought her home They are vlslltng .her parenlB, 'Mr. Detroit, liec. 18.--Shed a tear for baseball's old school of rough and tumble. Cue' of Its last Burvlvors has departed from the field ot action. Big, hpHtgotfiir George-Huriaiiy, ·veteran umpire and former player, has been placed on the public te J.lntlons personnel of the American ~agu~e, and a million lana must he a d . ' - · . · · ' · - - . ' Wherever the. Impetuous Irish-, man-worked as arbiter, there were, oosslhllllies of -. an -exciting. .side; attraction to the. game, - Iforlarty was Moriarty; Jhs. wasliboss; and; he stood duly for sbrrnui\h.' Off lha ield, he-tfafl BOtt-spo^en and gentle D-. iuiJflner, 'but -.^nevertheless. ;-he ^gured In some of .basebaJl's "his- oric battles. - .. · , The. American league has assigned iloriorty, who gained:.fame as the riia'n' who.'''wouldn't'di»-'dp,' thiru" and ' whoVallegeilly -threatened-to clean the" entire Chicago Cubs bencli in the 1S35 World'Series, to the duty of distributing"the league's annual nibvle In Ulchigaa and adjoining territory. .He succeefla .Hog er: Feck'-npaugh;, new ICIevelanO Tnanagef.'·'-. . .';-f.., v , : . ? : - ' , . ' ' " I Morlarty: prevlouEly has been F About feared "You about he suld. Before rlarty Detroit with Ty attribute was "la a lioine 10 w]tt : cce of Wlllam company newspaper, lilav, ultimately aid ind good cooky ter ra'lslua some ith fish the elbow b y Use Etern Thorough

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  1. Greeley Daily Tribune,
  2. 24 Dec 1940, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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