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December 1 1—-Wildcats 28 Co. “P . . 44
January 5—Wildcats 23 Co. “r . . 36
January 9—Wildcats . 23 Park Region 17
January 12—Wildcats . 24 Mayville . . 31
January 16—Wildcats . 15 Valley City 16
January 22—Wildcats 19 Valley City 2n
January 23—Wildcats . 23 Moorhead 18
January 28—Wi dcats . 19 Jamestown . . 30
January 29—Wildcats . 30 Kl lemla lc . . . 34
February 6—Wildcats . 27 Moorhead 18
February 16—Wildcats . 16 Park Region . . 21
February 19—Wildcats . 17 Jamestown 27
February 26'—Wildcats . 47 F.llendalc . . . 27
March 2—Wildcats 20 St. Mary's . . . 19
March 8—Wildcats 19 Mayville . . . 21
S. S. S . 350 t )pponcntS . 379
CO. “I” GAMF
On December II. in a hard-fought game the Co. “I" all-star aggregation defeated the Wildcats by a 44 to 28 score. The game was slow and ragged, with the all-star aggregation a great deal superior in team work.
At times during the game the Wildcats showed spurts of team work, but the superior type of basket ball played by Co. l” was overwhelming. Although the Wildcats were defeated, the Coach was well satisfied with the score they made.
CO. “I" RKTL’RN GAMl;.
January 5 a return game was played with the Co. “I” all-star aggregation that was entirely satisfactory. The fact that Co. “I" defeated the Wildcats by a 36 to 23 score does not illustrate the type of game played. During the greater part of the first half the Wildcats led the scoring by several points. Ih th teams showed good teamwork and played high class basket ball. Shortly before the ending of the first half, the all-star aggregation succeeded in tying the score.
In the opening of the final half the Infantrymen came back strong and
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KRNKST Cl I MX IK Krncst will he remembered because of his fighting tactics at the guard position. He stopped many an opponent from getting within gunshot of his basket.
Hill has the honor of being the first auto mechanic student who has made the varsity team, lie played center in a laudable manner. Hill could always be depended upon to get the tip-off.
Norbert was always called upon to build up the score at the critical moments by his long and seemingly impossible shots. lie was a llashy floor general and a valuable player.
KDDI K ACHTKR
Kddie hails from the Walipeton high school and was a member of its fast team last year. His career as center on the Wildcats Squad the past season was indeed commendable. 11 is brawn was an asset to the team.
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built up a score too great to overcome. Alter this spurt ol scoring, which lasted only a lew minutes, the Wildcats succeeded in playing on a par with them until the end of the game. 1 his part ol the game was last and lilled with numerous penalties. Although outscored by their more experienced rivals, the improvement shown by the ildcats was good.
PARK REGION GAME
On January 9 the Wildcats matched themselves against the Park Region aggregation at Fergus balls. Minnesota. I his opened the season ot playing inter-collegiate teams. The game was undoubtedly one ol the most interesting ones ol the season, because the teams were almost evenly matched. Early in the game the Wildcats succeeded in building up a lead ot several points, which was threatened many times during the game by the fast opposition. Although the Parities' defense was almost impregnable. the Wildcats succeeded in sinking baskets in a spectacular fashion. Interest in the game was greatly enlivened by the ball hovering near the Parities' basket many times without dropping through the loop. The game-ended with a 2.} to 1 7 score in favor of the ildcats.
M A WILLI-: GAME
In a fast game January 12 Mayville Normal succeeded in walking off with the honors. The Teachers, who had not been defeated so far during the season, set a stride that was quite beyond the Wildcats’ ability to follow. During the first half, due to good guarding, the Wildcats sue-5 ccedcd in tying the fast opposing aggregation. In the latter half a great deal of the Normal’s success is credited to Kaiser, who played a stellar game and was outstanding in the building up of the Teachers’ score. The never-sav-die spirit displayed by the Wildcats, after the I eachers hail built up a high score, marks them as a fight-to-thc-finish aggregation. The game ended by a score of 31 to 24 in favor of Mayville.
VALLEY CITY GAME
On January 16 the Wildcats were again forced to take defeat alter leading the score for three quarters of the game. Shortly after the opening of the game a free throw put the Wildcats in the lead. From then until the end of the battle one of the hardest fought games that the Science floor has seen for several seasons was witnessed. The Vikings adhered to long-shot tactics and, were greatly handicapped by failing to get the range. During the third quarter Ployhar, long shot artist for the Vikings, succeeded in sinking several baskets in rapid succession. Through this means the Vikings gained a lead of one point. With three minutes left to play the L'p-statcs stalled until the game was over, thus winning by a one point margin.
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