The Charlotte Observer from Charlotte, North Carolina on February 27, 1921 · 24
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The Charlotte Observer from Charlotte, North Carolina · 24

Charlotte, North Carolina
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Sunday, February 27, 1921
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THE SUNDAY ObSfcRVER SUNDAY FEBRUARY 27 1921 SECTION B RV Southern Conference Is Formed At Atlanta Dixie Falls Before Onslaught Of Highs 12 Southern Conference With 15 Colleges As Members Is Formed At Atlanta Meeting Strictest Regulations Proposed for Any Similar Association in Country Will Govern New Conference Athlete is Forbidden to Engage in Athletics at More Than One College Beoome Effective January 1 1922 ATLANTA Ga Feb 26 — Fifteen colleges representing every ecticm of the south today completed organization of a new athletic association to be known as the Southern Intercollegiate conference under what are said to be the strictest regulations proposed for any similar organization in the country FIRST SOX IX 'MP WAXAH4CHIE TFX Fob 28 — Tlie first eoiit Indent of tli Chicago Whitt Sox Im-i ball club arrived here today for spring training 1 Louis Comishey and William lonxn are in (barge a’l it remainder of the team is due here Uttcsday in BECK HAS rn Columbia Manager Relying on Semi-Pro Players Six Catchers Twelve Pitchers Ten Infielders and Five Outfielders on Roster Sparta! to The Obfn pr COLUMBIA Feb 26— Manager Zinn Beck and President Dixon Foster tonight announced the Comers of 3 921 for the first time The list shows 83 players including six catchers 12 pitchers 10 infielders and five outfielders The catchers are Dave Lamb purchased from Kansas City Lee Johnson from Texas R B Swann and Claude Arnold South Carolina semi-pros and Sanfort a St Louis semi-pro and Potter who caught on a navy team Cheney and Whitney of last year’s team and Scoggins and Per-rltt of the 1919 team are among a dozen pitchers The others are: Jenkins and Bloodworth from the ‘'Million Dollar league” of Georgia Victor bought from Kansas City Payne of Cleveland Tenn Sweet-land of West Palm Beach Florida Procter from the Peninsula league of Virginia: Jones and Franklin semi-pros from Illinois Manager Beck Douglas Harbln-son and Lloyd Ricks are the only KNOX HATS The “Naples” vPi NOX Hats are Quality Hats — they are good hats strongly felted and carefully handled with service from a standpoint of wearing thought of first of all Then the style is put into them — new and distinctive styles Style in Knox Hats is built upon a foundation which will hold through many weeks of wearing the original smart lines MELLON’S fl TTirr rue' (?) The regulations adopted to protect the integrity' of athletics not only included the one year rule and the three year rule but went a step further by stipulating that no athlete having attended a college can go to another college and engage in athletics under any circumstances it was decided to put the rules into effect January 1 1922 so as not to interfere with existing contracts It was decided by' the representatives of the 15 institutions present to admit one more to the conference and the hope was expressed by many' that Vanderbilt university would decide to become a mem-ber r Vnder the rulesffidopted no freshman can play on any team in the conference nor can any athlete participate in college athletics for more than three years These three years must also he gotten in within four years from the date of matriculation Harmony prevailed throughout the meeting it was stated and belief was expressed that the way now is open for renewal of athletics’ relations between Tech and Georgia Alabama Auburn and IVashington and Lee and Virginia The colleges forming the Southern conference are among the leading teams in the Sovjth Atlantic section and in the S I A A They are Maryland University of Virginia V M I Washington and Lee North Carolina State North Carolina university Ciemson Georgia Tech Georgia Alabama Tulane Auburn Mississippi A & M Tennessee and Kentucky - — SFCOXI) TEAM BEATEN WINSTON-SALEM Feb 21-— Carolina freshmen won from the second team of the "Winston-Salem Y M C A by a score of 38 to 34 Inflelders in line who were in the league last year New candidates are Lavender from Dayton Ohio a semi-pro Barnhardt Washington city leagues Ulrich semi-pro who tried out Win-ston-Salem last year Morris from Nelson Ga a semi-pro and three St Louis semi-pros Cronin Ooekcel and Caulfield Outfielders from last year’s team to return are Naliy Heck Goslin and Seaborn A fifth man is Ross Kemp of Tate Ga a semi-pro V - -rf-iArn 11 3 — — - -I" - -- --T r 'I —Tt GUI LICKS Best Game of Season Is Won by Tar Heel Five Issue Never in Doubt and Carolinians Smear in to Tune of 43 to 12 special to Ihe Observer C HAFEL HILL Feb 2®— The Carolina basketball team displayed the best fuAt of the year here tonight and in the fastest and best played game ever seen in Bynum gymnasium swept through the University of Virginia for the second time this season winning 43 to 12 Led by Captain Shepard who was playing his best game on the home tloor the Tar Heels cut loose with a whirlwind exhibition and played at such a high rate of speed that the result was never in doubt Shepard himself led both teams with five field goals and was in the thick of the play all over the floor Carolina s fast short passing game supplemented by occasional dribbling by Carmichael and Shepard was too much for the longer passing and the constant dribbling of the Virginians and the speed of the entire Tar Heel team kept the ball in their hands most of the time The Tar Heels started with a rush and ran up 11 points before Opple-man shot a long goal They led at 14 to 2 and finished the half in the lead 24 to 6 The terrific speed slowed in the second half but Carolina maintained her lead and continued to show more speed even after four fresh Virginia players were substituted The play became rough toward the end and the officials had to caution the players Carmichael’s floor game and long shots McDonald’s shooting and the passing and guarding of the whole Tar Hi el team featured their play Oppleman showed speed hnd aggressiveness for Virginia hut the Old Dominion players could shoot only four field goals Line-up: Carolina: Position: Virginia: Shepard Hatcher I F McDonald Carrington n nr Carmichael Sexton O Hanby Hankins L G Erwl" Oppleman R O Substitutes: Mahood for Opple man Edmunds for Carrington Newman for Hatcher Talbot for Sexton Field goals: Shepard 5 McDonald 4 Carmichael 3 Hanby 4 Erwin 1 Hatcher 1 Sexton 1 Oppleman l’ Edmunds 1 Foul goals Carmichael 9 otu of 11 Hatcher 4 out of 7 Edmunds none out of 2 Referee Stuart of Greensboro Umpire: Lewis or Oreensboro DERITA AND CORNELIUS DIVVY IN TWO CONTESTS Derita Cicls Emerge Triumphant While Cornelius Boys Are Victors Special to The Observer COKNEUCS Feb 2fi — The Derita high school boys and girls played the Cornelius teams in basketball this afternoon on the Cornelius court The Dprita girls won and the Cornelius boys The score was 17 to 6 for the girls and 34 to 8 for the boys Line-up — Boys: Herit-u Position Cornelias Wilson II (1) Westmolan (8) Right Forward McClure OH) Howard (12) Left Forward Spoon K (3) Boyles (6) Center Spoon J Bost (8) Right Guard Alexander (1 Bell Left Guard Umpire: M Johnston referee R Atwell Line-up — Girl : Derita: Position Cornelius: Derita: Position Cornelius: Remple M (a) White Jordan F (12) Dove II (4) Right Forward Remple M (5) White H (2) Left Forward Iirown L Bolick L Jumping Center Hunter M Honeycutt A Side Center Hunter L Washam M Right Guard Atkins M Atwell E Left Guard Umpire: M Johnston referee R Atwell MRS HURD AND BROWN VISITORS AT PINEHURST j PINEHURST IV' b 26— Mrs Dor- ot tty Campbell Hurd and Rodney I Brown won by one poii in a matcil played on the champloship course at Pinehurst today aguinst Mrs I Konald H Barlow and Parker Whit-' temoro Whittemore went around in I 77 and Brown was about the same I Mrs Hurd played a remarkably I tine round but unfortunately spoiled lit by picking up oil one of tho short (holes Tito other 17 holes were disposed of in 71 V P I TRACK SCHEDULE FOR SEASON ANNOUNCED PLACKSIiritG VA Keb 26 — C A Meriwether of Lynchburg Vu manager of the 1921 Virginia Poly track team announces the following schedule for the coming season: March 26 — Penp State at Bla’cks-butg April 16 — V M I ut Blacksburg April 23 — ‘Washing um-and Lee at Lexington April 29-30 — Penn relays at Philadelphia ' VOKNLLL RUNNERS U BOSTON Feb 23 — The Cornell £iaik team won the annual triangular 'contest wi'i Harvard and Dartmouth at th Met hanies building today with 36 1-5 points Dartmouth was second with 35 3-5 and Harvard e-mled with 26 1-5 points Junior High Runs Off With Honors In Huge Field Meet In Which 700 Participated Elizabeth and Belmont Schools Tie for Second Place With South School Third Dilworth Fourth and Fourth Ward in Fifth Place Three Others Fail to Score Highs Win Possession of Cup for One Year Junior high school with approximately 50 entrants ran away wkh the honors in the mammoth held meet at Independence Park yesterday afternoon in which fully 700 boys and girls participated Nine Charlotte schools were represented Junior high wron first possession of a silver loving cup by piling up a total of 56 points against 16 each by the Elizabeth and Belmont schools which tied for second honors Other schools finished in the following order: South school 12 points Dilworth 10 points Fourth Ward four points and Third Ward Wesley Heights and First Ward whose representatives failed to score at all The event staged by Hugh Mur-rill Jr Charlotte’s new director of parks and playgrounds was a huge success It will be an annual event the cup to be competed or each year If won three times by one school it becomes the property of that school While yesterday’s winners from junior high had a slight advantage over other pandidates In age to offset this the high representaUves were given the most difficult posts in each event Yesterday’s events and their winners follow: Running Broad Jump Girls class — Peggy Clarkson Elizabeth first Ludella Sheally Junior high second Fay Plummer junior high third Boys’ class — William Spann Junior high first Kirby Miller Belmont second Edison Ford junior high third Distance 15 feet 7 inches Running High Jump William Spann junior high first Kirby Miller Belmont second Parker Query Elizabeth and Ardrey Brown South school third Distance 4 feet 10 Inches RlHo Shooting Dilworth school 61 points first El -BY EDDIE FANS WILL WELCOME TONY CITRANO TO CHARLOTTE THE SIGNING of Tony Citrano the former Raleigh shortstop by the Hornets must not he taken to mean that Manager Eddie Hooper isn’t satisfied with the infield material already In line As a matter of fact Hooper and President Hayman are so confident that the men they are counting on as regulars will make good that it has Just about been decided not to ask all of the youngsters to report But in Citrano the club has a man of known ability who can be used most advantageously in a deal with some other club in the event the Hornets do not require his services We have nothing official from Manager Hoop but those presumed to be in the know still are of the opinion that the Insects will start the cam- paign with Duck Smith on first “Red” Padgett covering second Ralph Me- Connell at short and Hooper himself at the far corner of the diamond Willie Kelly the former Durham inlielder who used to he known as the "biggest little man” in the game was to have been on deck ready for service should one of the other men fail to deliver but Kelly who is em ployed by the Pennsylvania railroad I""-'" -j ‘ j - - — - " ' tain that he will be able to get a leave of absence this year hence when ci event Duck Smith fails to show the speed expected and Hooper should have to look after first base he could move over to the other side of the ul9 diamond knowing that with Citrano on the Job the hot corner would be well taken care of for Citrano although a shortstop by profession is equally at home on either second or third The records show that Citrano played better ball in the Texas league than he did while a member of Earl Mack’s Capitals His work improved every year and when Houston put him on the ineligible list for failing to report Jack Dunn manager of the Baltimore Internationals cut loose some good cash to add Citrano to his roster Dunn had good Infield material in plenty however so he loaned the Italian to the strong Dry Docks team This was one of the crack outfits of Baltimore and on it were several former major leaguers including Johnny Bates the old IJoston outfielder and others Tho Dry Docks often hooked up with big league teams when the latter experienced "off days” and always gave a good account of themselves HIS RECORD AL0NE5H0ULD GET HIM A CHANCE EKUY NOW and then we see an Item In the New York papers wherein Stanislaus Zbyszko the veteran Polish wrestler hurls a challenge at one or another member of wrestling’s so-called "big four" Zbyszko however is meeting with no more success in getting a hearing than is Marin Plestina the Italian who for four years has tried all kinds of bait to lure members of -the “trust" on to the mat with him Zbyszko who returned to America a little more than a year ago after being interned in prison during the war has been meeting John Olin and other second rathers in semi-final bouts lie is more than 40 years of age but by hard and arduous work Is fast returning to the form that made him a championship aspirant a few years ago The ponderous Pole is one of the wonders of the wrestling world Charlie Metropollos the Olympic champion who meets Joe Turner here Monday night saw Zbyszko beat his brother Wladek himself no mean wrestler in ten minutes in George Bothner's gymnasium in New York not so very long ago In all the years ho has been on the mat the elder Zbyszko has been beaten only once Frank Gotch the late champion was the only man who ever defeated hint Since that time the Pole has won 916 straight inaUhes Some record! MARSHVILLE HIGHS BEAT ROCKINGHAM BOYS 18—6 Fast Clean Game Goes to Mars hvi lie Boys on the Rockingham Court Special to The Olsenrr MARSHVILLE Feb 26 — Marsh- ville high school defeated Rocking- I ham high school in n fast and clean game of basketball The game was played on the Rockingham court The final score was IS to 6 The lme-up was: MarslivUlc (1H) Rockingham (6) Position Hallman (14) Coble (6) Right Forward Gray (4) Weob Left Forward Hinson Steele Center Biair Hamel Iligiit Guard Grilfin Harrison Left Guard Substitutes: Thomas for Steele Ellebre for Harrison S C PRESBYTERIANS DEFEATED BY CLEMSON CHARLESTON S C Fell 26 — The Citadel won from the Presbyterian College of South Carolina 21 to 11 in a game of basketball here this of St Paul on St Patrick's day gtv evening junior high 49 points second Elizabeth 45 points third Relay Wood Chopping Race Selden Ford junior high first Glenn Hopkins Belmont second John Manor Elizabeth third Girls’ Relay Race Junior high first Elizabeth second Belmont third Basketball Distance Throw Girls class — Louise Christopher first Ludella Sheally second Carrie Jordan third Boys’ class — Selden Ford Junior high first P McCord South school second Harry Schwartz junior high third Distance 91 feet Foot hull Distance Throw Harry Schwartz Junior high first P McCord South school second Henry Kistler Wesley heights third Distance 100 feet l'reo-for-AII Rifle Slioot Girls — Miss Peggy Clarkson first men’s elass — Alex Malonee first W Wilkes seeond Three-lagged Raw Edison Ford and Morgan Polke first John Fort and Morris Trotter second Ardrey Brown and Kenneth Hunt third Palter Chase Glenn Hopkins first Ray Farris second Morris Trotter third licolbnrrow Race Ardrey Brown and Ed McChord Greenville S C first Glenn Hopkins and A Wood- j April 2S Guilford college at Guil-sides second: Sill Johnson and Jesse ford Parker third j April 29 Elon college at Elon May 7 Trinity college at home May 12 Carolina at Chapel Hill REVIEW BRIETZ- " I at Philadelphia Is by no means 9"-J COLUMBIA SEMI-PRO SIGNS WITH THE TWINS COLUMBIA 8 C Feb 26 — Marchie Bull the well known young baseball player has signed a contract with the Winston-Salem club of tho Piedmont league and will go to the Twin City of Tarlleella about April 1 to put up a fight for a place on the team in the fast Piedmont league Bull has been playing in amateur ! and semi-pro circles for several years Last season he was with Williston in the independent league of the Pee Dee section The Columbia lad is a fast inflelder and a good ' man with the stick and his friends here are pulling for him to land a berth with the Winston-Salem aggregation Tlie deal canio about through the agencies of Freddie Heck a favorite son of Winston-Salem who played on the Columbia Sallie league team last season fleck and Bull are cronies and Heck and the Winston-Salem management seem to be on very lricndly terms so Freddie acted as intermediary in tile deal LYNCH MAKES GOOD HIS PROMISE OF RETURN MILL NEW YORK Feb 26— Joe Lynch who won the world's bantamweight championship from Pete Herman last December today sent a message to the New Orleans boxer stating he was ready to make good his promise or an early return bout Lynch has declined a bout with Roy Moore ing Herman preference for this date BAPTISTS PLAY f 3 GAMES Every N C College to Be Met by Wake Forest Ted Sullivan's Men Also -to Stack Up Against Two Professional Teams special to The Ohenai WAKE FOREST Feb 26— The 1921 Wake Forest baseball schedule includes 23 games every North Carolina college several from other states and one or two professional teams being included The real season will open March 26 with the Haltlmore Orioles who are in training at Goldsboro ThiH date is Just two days before the annual Easter Monday game with State college However Coach White will be given ample opportunity to see his men in action on March 18 when they play Red Oak high school In a practice game and as somewhat of an entertainment to the high schools declalmers who will be here at that time The schedule March 18 Red Ouk high school at home March 26 Baltimore Orioles at Goldsboro March 28 (Easter) N C State at Raleigh March 31 Eton college at home April 2 Trinity at Durham April 4 Lenoir college at home April 6 N C State at home April 8 Wofford college at home April 7 Wofford college at home April 9 University of North Carolina at home April 11 Durham league at Durham April 13 Davidson at home April 15 Guilford college at home April 18 Davidson at Davidson April 19 Wofford at Spartanburg April 20 Wofford college at Spartanburg April 21 Clernson college at Ciemson April 22 Presbyterian college at Clinton S C April 23 Furman university at SALLY BASEBALL WRITERS TO FORM AN ASSOCIATION Uniform Scoring Rules Are to Be Adopted at Meeting April 1 ' j for the past two year official tteor- er of the Greenville 'baseball club The proposed association t0 bring the sporting writers of the usslon f 1 importance to the profession and t° 'the nub Ic in general Among other and Spalding baseball tip complaint was made fy the Pressley will weigh 135 players of the various teams last i 1 year that what was considered as a CHARLOTTE K OF C’S hit in one city ofhe league was! w often termed an error in another I LOSE TO BELMONT ABBEY kperlsf to Tits Olwervec city depriving the player of credit' I PINEHURST Feb 26 — A new for the safety special to The observr ' exent that is likely to become an an- An attempt will be made to per- BELMONT Feb 26 — Belmont Ab-! nual fixture of some Importance has feotan organization hlrh willork won a fast frame from the Char-I Just been added to the Murfii ' ‘ “ 1 program of the Pinehurst Country club This is a seniors’ tournament to be staged March 3-4 and open to all players over 54 years of age Several trophies will he awarded for Belmont Ybls-y j best" gross and not rounds and best (17) 'selected 18 holes It Is rumored that ONLY FOUR TEAMS LESS IN RACE FOR HONORS Kentucky State Mississippi Aggies Tech and Georgia to Fight It Out ATLANTA Ga Feb 26 — The race for the basketball championship of1 the southern intercollegiate associa-1 tion narrowed down tonight to four j teams — Kentucky State Mississippi! A & M Georgia university and Georga Tech Kentucky State and Mississippi A & M came through the second day’s games of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic association basketball championship this afternoon by defeating Mercer and Millsaps respectively The Mississippi Aggies handled their state rivals in handy shape scoring 28 points to 11 for Millsaps and appearing to have things their own way when it came to guarding and passing but not making as many goals as find been expected Kentucky piled up a 49 to 25 score against Mercer proving the better team despite a hard fight and I allowing more ability to locate the j baskets than did the Aggies who meet Kentucky Monday in the semi-: finals 0 ( WILMINGTON TRYING TO t GET BERTH IN SALLY! Special to The Observer WILMINGTON Fe) 26 — "Reported here that South Atlantic may be enlarged to eight clubs or league directors would be willing to entertain such a request Understand further that Savannah would like to be included in league and Wilmington would like to enter Answer immediately at our expense” That is the telegram sent President Walsh of tlie South Atlantic league at the instigation of leading baseball fans of Wilmington last night following receipt of a report that Sally league moguls were in a receptive frame of mind regarding the enlargement of that Class B circuit At a late hour nothing had been heard from President Walsh but it is believed an answer will be received today and that Wilmington fans can be advised as to tlie chances of the city gaining membership In one of the fastest and best known minor leagues in the country WOFFORD TO CLASH WITH WILD CATS Davidson and Wofford will play basketball at the Y M C A at 8:30 o’clock next Thursday night Hugh Mur-rill Jr director of parks and playgrounds announced last night The game should be a hummer as the two teams are about evenly matched Wofford has easily the best team in South Carolina while Hecklin one of the guards is declared to be the best in the south Metropolos Is Confident of Still Another Win Turner Due Here Tonight Bill Bailey and Pressley Meet in Prelim “Feel tine Expect to win Turner will give me a hard fight but I expect to beat hint much sooner than I did two weeks ago I am not an ounce overweight my)wwk ln rensboro and wind Is good and 1 am looking for j schedule made out another decision 1 It Is probable that the three win- Thus spoko Charlie Metropollos I ners ln the second leg will be taken winner of the wrestling honors at i t0 Chapel HUI to fight it out for the the 1912 Olympic games at Stockholm who yesterday completed training for his finish match with Joe Tufner at tho auditorium here tomorrow night Beyond a five-mile walk this afternoon the Greek champion will tuke things easy Tomorrow he will not turn over his hand to work ‘T go stale easily’ said Metropollos "and always finish hard work two days before a tough match” John Elliott the promoter had a wire from Turner saying he will Greenville arrive In Charlotte tonight He has i reserved hotel accommodations 1 The two men will wrestle winner ! take oil and the victor will receive - - lo jave the ftivant ago near the end Metropolis used the double a thousand dollars on the side for his work Turner and Metropolis each agreed to purchase 11000 worth of tickets lit order to make the go Interesting for themselves Two weeks pmo the men staged the most gruel flg wrestling match ever seen In Charlotte They went for more than two horns without a fall and although Turner appeared these days to pin his khoulders to Ithe mat Turner was knocked out IIIH HIM I XUIIO'C KdH KIlUCHel UUl several minutes and had to re- Ior B’VPra‘ mtnuus ana naa to re ion 'Union fill pounds and spertal to The Olmeiver HBAKTAXBURG Feb 2 6 — The Ff3B CHAMPION I CAC I Sppartanburg Y M C A defeated MJK LnAmrUJIN LL WIO the Uuriiam y M c A team tonight in a great game of basketball 30 to 23 The two quints contested for every point in magnificent fashion the Spartans not gaining the winning advantage until near the end of the game Captain Mangum of Durham and Hoekiin of Spartanburg were the stars Tilts game ends Rpapr-tanburg's '—11 with two losses and fourteen win HASSAN ALI IS EASY BITTSBURGH I'A Feb 26 — Ed "Strangler” Lewis champion cateh-tts-eatch-can wrestler of the world in tho heavyweight division successfully defended his title litre last night by defeating Hassan Ali of Pittsburgh in 16 minutes with a hcadlock Lewis had no trouble with his opponent who was outclassed Uniforms— We have new prices on baseball uniforms this season with new designs and latest Improvements Don’t let the other fellow get there first Carolina Sporting Goods Company EVERYTHING FOR TIIE OUTDOOR'S MAN 5 West Fourth Street (Just OR Tryon) Phone 324S PHONOGRAPHS: Most talking machines will get out o i order like everything else and when they do give ua a call We can repair any make and set them to running like new ones Myers Hardware & Sporting Goods Co 18 E Trudo St EASY FIVE Charlotte Boys Romp Away7 to Strains of 58-20 Win Move Nearer Championship by Elimination County Champs Superior at Every Turn Confronted with the possibility of being knocked out of the running-for the basketball championship o ’ western North Carolina the fafei-Charlotte high five measured up to the occasion In noble fashion amt snowed under the Dixie high school team last night on the "Y” court 58 to 20 From appearances the locals did not Intend to allow the Dixie hoop-stern a chance and they certainly put the county lads under the sod Running in the best form of the season ‘T'essur’’ Foul's youngsters ' romped up and down the floor paee- Ing like veterans and caging the i leather with an accuracy that was hew tidering The ring men from the county school fought like demons to turn back the tide that was fast engulfing them but their efforts were noth-j ing more than" bars of sunds against the incoming title They lost but i they fought like men and real sports-I men fn plain Mallory ami his youir teu inmates broke down the defense of the Dixie crew and mnde It pos-’ slble for the focal grey shirts to pile ( up one of the season's largest scores I Charlotte quint with Its victory of last night will enter the second round of th® elimination series for ! the western conference bunting A ! meeting of the six teams still in the running will probably be held this the flnai western championship The line-up and points scored: Cliarlottc 5H Dixie (20) McMillan (10 1 NlcGmn (8) Right Forward Mallory (14) G Cathey (2) Lcftj Forward Center Blerman (2) P Cathey (2) Right Guard ' Mllstpad (4) Berryhiii Left Guard Substitutions: Charlotte Jlarve)l (10) for McMillan Kddy IS) for Mllstead Carnlchael for Yates Referee: Caswell Concord ”Y" ° I FINAL STANDING CITY LEAGUE IS ANNOUNCED j ' i ( 1 Kn j ha bPen ru" liown on th‘ Willi Wyatt's "Y” team leading and the ftnuthern Engineering coni-holrling down the cellar the first season of tho city basketball league conducted under tin auspices M C A physical depart- The final standing follow's: Won Lost Pci U M- C A 9 Standard Oil Co 8 Highland Park 6 American Trust Co 3 Grlnnell Co 3 Southern Eng Co 1 9b) Mill 4(l 31111 3'IH pin in March open to women players I under 30 This would attract a ree- iord entry hut formal confirmation of tills particular innovation has I not yet been Issued by Donald Hos 1 ' DURHAM Y M C A IS LICKED BY SPARTANBURG E IS FOB HIGH : y 4

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