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title: 'The Bemidji daily pioneer. (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, December 30, 1922, Page 2, Image 2',
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RUN UP BIG COUNT IN
LAST HALF FINAL 21-
Local High School Tea Shows
Decided Improvement and
Defeats Grand Forks I
Victory Comes as a Surprise
to Fans After Watching
Grand Forks Warm Up
One of the biggest surprises of the
Bemidji high school basketball season
came Friday night when Bemidji de
feated the Grand Forks high school
team on the local high school floor
by a count of 21 to 7. Although
the victory may not have been a sur
prise to fhe Bemidji players and those
who have been watching the team im
prove during te past two weeks, it
certainly was to a large number of
the fa$* who witnessed the game,
especially those who watched the
Grand Forks boys during te warming
up period when they seemed able to
cage the ball from almost any angle
Although Grand Forks apparently
hall the best of the floorwork, the
Flickertails proved unable to drop
them in after getting them down un
der the basket- bemidji also prov
ed strong? at breaking up their shots.'
For th-first seven or" eight min
utes it lo^Hed as though neither side
would run up much of a count. Be
midji made*a few changes in its line
up and McDonald caged the first
counter. 4or Bemidji on a long throw.
However, Grand Forks
started the scoring on a. free throw'
by Boe, A field goal by GrandJ
Forks and a free throw by Bemidji^
tied the sdore for a short period, un-'j
'til Bemidji caged another from the
fjoor and took the lead, to hold it/
during tfie remainder of the game,,
the first half ending with the scores
5 to 3 in favor of the locals.
Bemidji played a much better
game in the second period, running-
up 16 points against 4 for Grand.
Forks- Altogether, Bemidji used,
eight men, a squad of ten being out
for warming up. Grand Forks usedi
only six men, a number of substitu-l
tions being made with the extra^
The fact that the Bemidji floor is!
probably about twice as large as the,
one at Grand Forks largely accounts,
for the Flickertailg getting lost at
times. However, the players them
selves admitted after the game that
they had been taking it too slow dur-'
The Bemidji Boys band under the
direction of Bandmaster G. O. Riggs.
played an enjoyable concert before
Dc KING'S PILLS
the game and between thip halves.
Dr. J. W. Diedrich officiated the game
in a satisfactory manner.
The summary follows:
Grand Fork* B.. F. P.
McCracken, Turner, rg.
Smith, G. Ig.
Smith, J. rf.
0 0 0 1
3 0 0
2 1 1
Totals 10 1 4
The following games have been
scheduled for the Firemen's basket
ball team, several of which, how
ever, are only tentative. Others
will be added as they are arranged:
January 3LaCrosse at Bemidji.
January 4LaCrosse at Bemidji.
Jan. 5Two Harbors All-Stars at
January 8 and 9Denver Tigers at
January 11Crookston at Crooks
January 15Bfllentines (Minn
eapolis) at Bemidji.
January 16Ballentines (Minn
eapolis) at Bemidji.
January 19Crookston at Be
January 29 and 30Norton's
Globe Trotters (Minneapolis) at Be
Jan. 31Grand Rapids at Be
BASKET BALL RULES SPORTS??
When two players are jumping in
center and elsewhere, has one of the
players the right to catch the ball
if he can out jump his opponent?
Such a play is illegal. The ball
must be tapped first. Then the jump
ers. or any other play may catch it
Some guards have the habit of
keeping their hands on the body of
their opponent. Is this permissible?
Guards have no such rights. It is
contact, and a personal foul should
be called by the referee for "holding"
Can a player after he starts a drib
ble alternate hands, or must he con
tinue the dribble with the hand
which he started?
A player dribbling the ball has a
perfect right to alternate hands if
he believes by so doing he can bet,,
tcr execute the play.
OKLAHOMA FAMILY OF
FIVE IN SAME CLASS
Norman, Okla., Dec. 30 (United
Press).A family of five will grad
uate in the same class at the Univer
sity of Oklahoma here for the first
time in the history of the school. A.
C. Bray and Mrs. Bray will receive
M. A- and M- S. degrrecs, and their
children, Otho, 18 and Bemice and
Beatrice, 16 twins, will receive A. B.
degrees at spring graduation.
This will bring 19 diplomas from
different institutions into the family.
After completing their courses here,
members of the family will strive
toiadd more degrees to their names.
The New Year 192 3
Gives us all an opportunity to start with a clean
slate. AncU we take this occasion to thank you
for your liberal patronage in the past and
to wish you
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
't, Established 1903
Bemidji, Minn. International Falls
CASS LAKE IN
Bemidji Wins by Count of 29
to 18 Cass Lake Shows Up
Fine in Last Period
LACROSSE TO PLAY HERE
Wisconsin Team is Composed
of High School and College
Stars Hard to Beat
Tne Bemidji Firemen's basketball
team added another victory Friday
night when it defeated the Cass Lake
city team at Cass Lake by a count
of 29 to 18 in a contest which prov
ed to be very interesting. Bemidji
secured a lead of 11 points in the
first half, the score being 19 to 8-
However, Cass Lake came back in
the second half and put up a fine
game, the half being 10 to 10.
Manager R. B. Lycan of the Fire
men reports a nice, clean game, al
though hard fought. He also states
that Cass Lake has the best team
the Firemen have met in this ter
ritory this season with the outstand
ing exception of Crookston.
Neither Plummer nor Adair took
part in the game for Bemidji, wit
nessing the contest from the side
lines. Both are being saved for the
strenuous games listed for next week
For Bemidji, Fred Phibbs, right
forward, led the scoring with s*x field
goals. Jeub, center, caged four, Mo
vold two, Barrett one and Frank
Phibbs one. Frank Phibbs also scor
ed one free throw out of three.
1 Kowhl center, led the count for
Cass Lake with four filed goals
Johndahl, left foi-ward, netted two
field goals and four out of six free
throws. Doc Repetto, right forward,
completed Cass Lake's scoring with
one field goal.
Next Wednesday and Thursday ev
ening the Bemidji Firemen are to
meet the crack LaCrosse, Wis., five
on the Bemidji floor. These two
games promise to be the best to date.
LaCrosse has a team composed of
"All-State" and "All-Conference"
selections while playing in high
school or college. Judging from ihe
information received here by Mana
ger Lycan, the LaCrosse aggregation
will be hard to beat- LaCrosse jMys
Crookston Monday and Tuesday,
coming to Bemidji for a series of
two game sthe nights following.
Next Friday evening, Bemidji will
take on the Two Harbors All-Stars
on the local floor in what promises
to be another game of high calibre.
The summary for Friday night's
game at Cass Lake follows
Phibbs, Fred, $f.
Movold, If. I
Phibbs, Frank, rg.
B. 2 4 1 1
Totals 14 1
Totals 7 4
"THE HOTTENTOT" AT GRAND
THEATRE, SUNDAY, MONDAY
None of the humor and action of
the original stage play of "The Hot
tentot" in which William Collier kept
Broadway laughing _for over a year
has been lost in the film version of
the story, which is coming to the
Grand theatre on Sunday.
The 'cleverest wit in the stage play
GRAND THETI E
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
TWO BEMIDJI BASKET TEAMS WIN FRIDAY NIGHT GAMES BY^SAFE MARGIN
has been reproduced on the screen
in the titles. Additional funny sit
uations have been worked in, while
the steeple-chase, which could only
be talked about in the play, is
thrilling piece of realism in the pic
ture- It is the exciting climax of
the fun ajid thrills that arise from
the embarrassing situat'ons in which
a yachtsman who is afraid of horses
and who is mistaken for a rider of
the same name gets himself.
Douglas MacLean as Sam Har
rington wins the race and the love
of a girl who is portrayed by pretty
Madge Bellamy. Raymond Hattoin
takes the part of Swift, the eccent
ric butler, who is an ex-hostler and
is good for a laugh every time he
appears on the screen.
TO ELKO THEATRE SOON
Lingerie plays such an important
part in Cecil B. DcMille's latest Par
amount production "Saturday Night"
which is to be shown at the Elko thea
tre very soon, that Clare West, fash
ion designer for Mr. De Mille was
forced to devote the entire attention
of heir force of seamstresses to the
making of these articles of milady's
wardrobe for several days prior to the
Leatrice Joy, Edith Roberts, Con
rad Nagel, Jack Mower, Julia Faye,
Edyth Chapman Sylvia Ashton, Theo
dore Roberts, James Neill, John Da
vidson and others appear in the all
star cast of "Saturday Night". Not
all of them are intimately associated
with the lingerie but most of the fem
inine players find pictorial use for
it at one point or another in the
"THE VALLEY OF SILENT MEN"
AT ELKO THEATRE SUNDAY
A picture which combines magnifi
cient scenic beauty with a thrilling
story is "The Valley of Silent Men"
adapted from James Oliver Cur
"wood's famous novel of the same
name as a Cosmopolitan production
and released by Paramount.
The picture %as directed by Frank
Borzage, and which features Alma
Rubens at the head of a small but
nowerful cast. i coming to the Elko
theatre tomorrow for two days. It
i is well worth seeing.
"Snooky's Twin Troubles" a two
part comedy, completes the program.
"JUST DOGS" IS A COMEDY
WORTH SEEING, AT ELKO
"Just Dogs" the feature comedy
showing for the last time at the Elko
tonight is a comedy that offers more
than the average to patrons, especial
ly to children. Several very cleverly
trained dogs and one clever monkey
make up the cast.
A Ben Musphun Production
"ON THE HIGH SEAS" AT
ELKO THEATRE TONIGHT
Appearing in one of the strongest
sea pictures ever filmed, Dorothy
Dalton and Jack Holt, featured play
ers will be seen in Paramount's."On
Tb* Hiqrh Seas" at the Elko theatre
last time this evening. The act
ion opens on an ocean liner which is
"wrecked and the
N principal players
arc saved in a leaky boat when almost
dead from thirst and exhaustion, run
upon a derelict which is deserted save
for a black kitten, all on board hav
ing died from a plague. On this ship
many incidents ensue as the storm
arises and beastly Dassion becomes up
permost in the mind of Pollack, the
burly stoker, who attacks the girl a
woman of high station and is worsted
in a fight by Jim, the other stoker,
who at the finish of the story, proves
to be a wealthy man who had worked
his way back on the line in search of
adventure. Jim and the girl are fi
nally rescued from the derelict as it
is about to sink and taken back to
port whero they again resume their
social positions of lady and stoker1,
until in the surprise finish Jim kid
naps the girl and then reveals his
A two-part comedy entitled "Just
Dogs" will complete the program
MISSING LINE OF TYPE
GIVES WRONG IMPRESSION
Due to a typographical error, a
notice in Friday evening's issue,
t"rned 'n by C. A- Parkpr. Dresident
of the M. B. A. lodge, relative to the
lodge attending the funeral service
of Clyde Shadiow this afternoon, un
fortunately read "to attend the fun-
"THE SILENT CALL"
One of the biggest out-door productions
ever seen here
CHARLEY HUTCHISON IN "HURRICANE HUTCH"
"THE RANGE RIDER" in two parts
Matinee 2:30, 7:10-9 10c-30c
eral of Parker, president of the
The missing line caused all the
trouble- Mr. Parker is very much
alive and wants his friends to know
it, although Mrs. Parker, soon after
the issue came out, received tele
phone calls from friends wanting to
know "what kind of flowers" she
RACINGMeeting of the Jefferson
Parish Fair Association closes at
Meeting of Cuba-American Jockey
Club, at Havana.
Meeting, of Tijuana Jockey Clu3
FOOTBALLUniversity of Pitts,
burgh vs. Leland Stanford, at Pa
GOLFAnnual New Year's tourna
ment opens- at Del Monte, Calif.
Twentieth annual Midwinter tour
nament, at Pinehurst, N. C.
CHESS^Championship of Intercol
legiate Chess League closes in New
York. Championship of Missouri Valley
Chess AssociatitVi closes at Oma
POWER BOATWorld's champion
ship races off Los Angeles-
Mrs- Dick Van Arnum left on the
morning train for Brainerd where
she will spend the day with friends
returning home tonight.
Misses Annanelle and Betty Klein
are spending the holidays in Bemidji
with their parents, Mr and Mrs. A.
Klein, 520 Minnesota avenue.
Mr. and Mrs- A. N- Gould enter..
tcined at a family Christmas dinner
all day guests, her mother, Mrs- D.
Wilcox, also Mrs. Maude Hammer.
sley, son Edward, and daughter,
Mrs. L. W. Galloway of the Elko
Hat Shop will go tomorrow to Cass
Lake to spend New Years at her
home. They will have as New Year
Day guests, their niece, Miss Helen
Wilson, Miss Leila Kimball, Dr
Reppeto and Harry Hoselton, also
several children- These same guests
were entertained by Mr. and Mrs.
Galloway Christmas Day
'The Interest you take
is what countb"
Mrs Edwin Eick of Gonvick was a
between train shopper Bemidji
D. S. Mitchell returned yesterday
morning from a few days' business
trip to the Twin Cities.
Miss Annie Herling, teacher at
Clearbrook, is a guest at the Clem
Williams home, Grantf Valley for a
SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 30, 1922
10c & 30c
WORTH A MILLION!
But how much money will he really have in the bank
CALL AND GET ONE OF OUR SAVING BANKS NOW
$1.00 STARTS AN ACCOUNT
All deposits made on or before the 10th of January
draw interest from the 1st.
First National Bank
THE MILLION, DOLLAR BANK
Miss Nellie Covell is spending a
few days this week visiting friends
at Park Rapids.
GREATEST OF ALL SEA ROMANCES!
Little Miss Dolly Titus, who has
been ill for several days, has re
covered and is able to be out again.
Jack Jacobi of Grand Forks was
calling on Bemidji friends Friday he
having accompanied the Grand Forks
basketball team here.
It starts with a fire and
shipwreck at sea, it rises
to unprecedented heights
cf emotion through dar
ing rescues and adven
tures it reaches a climax
in an elopement to the
Two popular stars, fa
mous for their starring
work in outdoor roles in
a roaring love melodrama
of the sea.
-2 part comedy