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Page 176 text:
Dawson, Class "A" Situ fort, Class “B”
DAWSON took home the class "A” cup by virtue of their 15-to-ll victory-over Sabetha, Kansas. The winners had disposed of Peru Prep in the first round and Swanton in the quarter-finals. Sabetha won their place in the finals by eliminating Auburn and Nebraska City, victor over Falls City.
Shubert carried off high honors in class "B" after a gruelling tussle with Syracuse in which they emerged victorious 21 to 20. The winners had made a clean sweep of it by outplaying Humboldt and Talmage, the stumbling-block of the Dunbar quint. Syracuse put Bradshaw and Ong out of the running. Ong eliminated Elmwood.
Page 175 text:
James Delzell, Guard
“Jimmie” has well filled the shoes of the “big Swede.” He plays a “heads-up” game and is well learned in the art of basket ball.
Ernest Roth but, Forward
A forward of exceptional ability, Rothert performs in veteran style on both offense and defense. Three bright seasons await this clever cagester.
Wilbur Young, Forward
“Brig” has two more seasons in which to shine on the court. Great things may be expected.
Earl Hurst, Guard
A clever defensive man, Hurst should make a big showing in his three remaining years.
Walter Naim an. Forward
“Walt” has the old “hawk-eye” when it comes to ringing up the counters, and his strong floor work makes him a good defensive man.
Page 177 text:
DeWitt, Class "C” Iloney Creek. Class "D”
DeWITT won the class “C” trophy by handing Sterling the short end of a 22-to-15 count. Starting with a forfeit from Willis, Kansas, the winners proceeded to tramp on Bratton Union and Valparaiso. Valparaiso had previously won from Unadilla who in turn had defeated Pawnee City and Spring-field. Sterling went to the finals after disposing of Palmyra, Reynolds, and Greenleaf; Palmyra eliminated Nemaha and Murdock. Nemaha put out Bennett, and Reynolds won from Table Rock in the first round.
Coach Carter’s Honey Creek five took the measure of the Sacred Heart Academy 19 to 11 to finish first in class “D.” The champs won from Firth, conqueror of Johnson, and Bellevue. Sacred Heart eliminated Stella and Union. Union put Vesta in the discard.
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