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BASKET BALL CHAMPIONSHIP RETAINED BY TTHE AGGIS
VARSITY PLAYS GAMELY AND MAKES A LAST-STAND RALLY THAT THRIL
NEVER IN MONTANA SPORT
WAS SUCH PLAYING KNOWN
AS FIGHTING FIVE PUT UP
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FROM FRESH MEN FIV'E
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CUMMINS, FORWARD. WOLFE, GUAR~D. STREIT, GUARD.
PLANS COMPLETED
FOR RAVALLI
MEE1'
SCHOLASTICS WILL HOLD AN
NUAL CONTEST 'IN V!CTOR
APRIL 25 AND 26.
WILL BE BIG AFFAIR
Valley Trackmeet This Year Promises
to Be the Largest Ever Held in the
Bitter Root Valley-Medals, Cups
and Banners Wil Be Prizes Offered.
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," til,. hit n Sch'l,.,d pialno fund.
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MIDDLEWEIGHTS TO BATTLE.
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;Int if \.l i.< and ,]linlny Howard
, i, :,.htin ill the 171.-lutund
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ii, . ., i , ,,r li ,'I' y M ', lliste r, 1 1,'"
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ZYBSZKO TO MEET LEMARIN.
I'hi"agt,, Mar|h 21.-Plans %1'r' Ir
rn't icrally muinoleted today for a
'r.tihlli maltch between Stanislius
191nd, theC l nh, god (onstant L.e
i.i ill. rho IFrentih nl . If a 'i rc tge
h n nts t",ll lt laidet. the natlIh I will
ake lplace neat liiunth here.
BASEBALL OM COAST
IS GETTING BElIER
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t.iI ut' wil t ' fift iiit* IIitlt i
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Lis Angeles Wins.
.Ott.lr -l s 'n: ,- I I, altt t i ii ittit ' 1t - I 1ti1
\\hih-hit - itt-i h i lti- lirti It ii t" i n ingH iir
yoU have no idea
what $25.00 in clothes
money can do for you until
you see the many new
Spring models in
Premier and
Hart Schaffner
& Marx
Clothing
We've made special prepar
ations for all of you, old men,
young men, middle aged men;
the kind of clothes you want;
the kind of service you'll like.
I YOU CAN GET SOME VERY EX
CELLENT THINGS AT LESS THAN
S$25; AND AT MORE; WE DON'T
Sti WANT TO LIMIT YOU.
New Styles in Hats New Spring Shirts Late Spring Neckwear
Our hat department is The new weaves are very When you see our dis
ready with the very latest attractive; many handsome play of neckwear you'll
styles in soft and stiff patterns in blue and brown, find so many things you
hats; new colors and heliotrope and other good want that we'll leave it for
blocks. Silk hats, also. things. you to pick.
Stetsons, in new derby and soft Manhattans-are the favorite with New genuine Velvo ties-50c.
Knox, in Broadway styles---5.00 critical dressers, because they are New reversible ties-50c.
Wonderfelts, in soft novelties-$3.50 best-exclusive patterns, fast col- New wide-end ties-75c to $1.50.
Montanas, derbies, $3.50; soft hats ors, long-wearing materials; they New knitted ties, stripe effects and
-$3.00. fit and satisfy-41.75 to $3.50. plain-50c to $2.50.
F)1 iz~louM "I erantf~le
the higll t. ight-rnt.l aliwend ly gg'tor
l'tuu'.ht in the wiinning rlun.
-Hnre- It. i1. 1E.
I,.s .\ngels ............... 4 1
t'hi.ca o .. . .. 3 11 3
;tit ries' - ',i' ze.r, )ir ,is u ll 1111
,-. 'R flo flita i; \\lrt't . t tit h, l:ingt t
Zino, Easterly.
SHE KNEW.
(Drum Judge.)
't'ihe minlister' ..ts visitinig t the
him , ," l ytt. .Alice.
"lfiil \c( g, ito chlurcth with mam]ma
thd l, ,:,t today. lmy 1itar?" he asked.
"Yes. ,sir." satit .\lice: 'att' we got
tliroe'" :;t the mnst impl tiaer .nt ii]art."
"lluldhl!" said the minister, aglow
\\'ilt h ;.lti.icii ttio. . ".\ Id what w\:s that
No, si t; iithe t' tll ltct n ttt."
i"'m" staling fruit jars a \\'islconsin
i ie i has titteintd an intttle ent that
r'r'esses the t'tpts against tlhe. ruhbbr
rilgs ulttil :ir tight ,ioints are foran d.
ALASKA J.t0I TEAMS
WILL RUN LONG
RAGE
SEVERAL TEAMS ENTERED IN
CONTEST WHIC:' i';LL b'ASH
FROM NOME TO CANDLE.
ENTIRE DRIVE 412 MILES
The Alaska Sweepstakes, an Annual
Event, Will Take Place This Year
Some Time Early in the Spring
Entries Close on April 1.
Nomne, Alaska, Ma rch 21.-Filve dclog
teamis already hlave h(' fn entered for tho
anllual All-AlaskaL se\\epstakes race
to be run over thel 412-mile course
frlom Noi to Cand c and retturi' )i
April 3. 'l'h(, entri, s nocw in are the
dlogs .wncid by Sirs. C. F. Darling of
]ilerkcley, (C'l., a d(l A. A. (Scotty) Al
lan of N)me, John Johnson, Piay Del
zcne, Peo'ry lilatchford and Alek 11ol
si n. Entries ,\,ill close April 1. The
Iahirling-Allan team won the last two
races and the John Johnson team of
Siberian \\olvs \non the 1910 race and
set the recocrd of 74 hours, 14 min
ilts anld 0 seconds for the distance.
VIGILANTES TO TRAIN
AT ALHAMBRA SPRINGS
Helena, March 21.--.Manager Shav of
the Ililina baselball team ht1 s coin
plete.d arroangements with the Alham
hra and11 Siinysiiidec hot'ls by which
the Iea lll will spiendl the first week of
its training seasonl there. O(ne-half of
the players will stay at Sunnysidle and
the others at Alhamllllra. After a
wee.'k's seasonlilngat these piie('s the
pla( iers wvill c.omiplehte their training in
hIlena.
M'COURT DEFEATS MOORE.
I'itt:abnr, h. I'a., March 21.--'harles
lhc''oum't of Pitltslurgh tonight defeated
Jolhnll oore of' Kansas ('it., l50 to 34
in ai National Tl'hrlee-(ushicm liilliard
lecIgii gamei. S1c'(court hadl a high
'run iof fi\ve; Morc, thlCe. The gaine
went li2 hiniiigs.

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