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(NORMAL WIIS Ml
FROM Til" FIVE
Last Night's Basketball
Game Was Interesting
Throughout
* ! Playing like demons until the last
Hy-" hecond of play, displaying just the litWmLf'
tie better teamwork, and being in slight
better physical trim, Lhe Normal hasketball
five last evening defeated the
Y. M. C. A, in one of the best basketball
' exhibitions ever seen on a local
f.oor. Not until the last second of play
Hgr -were the winners decided and then by
He*-' a margin of but one point, the final
score being 26-25. The slightest break
in the last second of play might have
easily changed the score.
Hp?' The game was opened with the Y. M.
C. A. drawing first blood and with the
Y. M. C. A. leading by a 17-11 score at
the end of the first half. Starting or!
Ei / the second half by scoring two conHp:.::
seicntive field goals, giving them a 10Km
point lead, it looked like a sere victory
for the Y. M. C. A. Tightening up their
defensive and making a much stronger
offensive, the Normal machine was
H&- . soon in the lead, and continued to lead
Hs-;-^. until the game was over.
Both, teams displayed good basket
tall for an opening game, but showed
?Ho* n,ov M-orp iust a little rusty in
their team organization. Both team:
Be.- missed many shots, especially the Normal,
that they ordinarily would have
made.
The Normal team all worked we-1 toHE-'
gether and showed more preparation.
^ Considering the fact that the Y. M. C.
A. team had never been together before,
every member of the team made
a most remarkable showing. Jeffries
H|'~ was easily the star of the game, his sensational
shooting featuring. The
Bj?' score:
Normal, 26. Y. M. C. A., 25.
E/~ Knight Arnett
Forward
Hamilton Laveley
Forward
Miller Jeffries
Kr-'" (Center
Fleming Toothman
M Guard
Hill Watkins
Guard
Field baskets: Normal. Knight. 6;
Hamilton, 4; Miller, 1. Y. Arnett, 2;
Laveley. 2; Jeffries, 5. Foul baskets.
Normal. Hamilton. 1 out of 5: Knight.
Ejk t> out of 6. Y, Watkins, 7 out of 14: Arnett,
0 out of 2. Referee, Moore. Time
of periods. 20 minutes.
I Uncalled for Action.
Mary was visiting in the country
and had been stung .by a bee. She
didn't seem to mind the pain so inuch,
hat she had a sensitive disposition.
She ran sobbing to" her mother* and
said. "I don't see.what he <?i<i*ir for,
?c?use I hadn't dene a thing "
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U. S. Marines
I "'The boys are s
Bull Bag over here
Anyone fortunate
bags is considered
presses the regard v
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Old Dad Time'
Champs H
BY OLD DAD TIME.
I did pretty well in 1917.
I made new champions galore, es.
pecially in the pugilistic world and on
the baseball diamond.
I made "Pants"' Rowland king-pin
among big league managers and gave
him a world series championship. In
doing the latter I am frank to confess
that I had the able assistance of Heinie
Zimmerman.
S J %? ?v>ocf nntorl
X xiiauc JLUUIT; Vyiwuc Mv.v? |
of pitchers by influencing American
league batters to the belief that his
"shine ball" was unhittable.
I made Eddie Rouscb. the red-hosed I
\ wonder of Cincinnati, new champion \
batter of the National league. What
1 kept me from making a new champion
swatter for the American was T>
Cobb.
j THE YEAR'S
BASE I
. TTKita
World i^nampiuus?v^ujua^v ?? u*?.w
American League Champions?Chic
National League Champions?New
Leading American League PitcherLeading
National League Pitehei
Leading American League Batter
Leading National League BatterLeading
National League Base Stes
| High Spots of th:
j Tv Cobo hits safely in 35 consecui
Grover Alexander won 30 victor:
j ing Matthewson's record.
FOOT
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Big Ten Champions?Ohio State U
, | Southern Champions?Georgia Tec
Pacific Coast Champions?Washln
Southwestern Champions?Texas
Missouri Valley Champions?Nebr
Leading scorer of the year?Ingra
Team leading in scoring?Georgia
BOX
11 Heavyweight?Jess Wlllard.
' i Light heavyweight?In dispute.
Middleweight?Mike O'Dom.
Welterweight?Ted Lewis.
Lightweight?Benny Leonard.
TEN I
There was no championship tenni:
and Miss Molla Bjurstc-d retaining thei
! GO!
There were no championship go!
j Alexa Stirling retaining their national
TU
Running--Hourless greatest winn
Pacing?Miss Harris M. set new rei
ATHLI
Indoor Record. Mile?Johnny Over
Indoor Record. 1,000 Yards?Johnn
: Indoor Record. 2 Miles?Joie Ray,
: Indoor Record. 60 Y'ards?Jo Loo:
Indoor Record. 300 Yards?A. B. :
Outdoor Record, 15-Mile Walk, Ei
SKA'
Oscar Matthieson retains world :
SWIM!
In swimming carnival at Honolulu
records, Perry McGillvrary two. and
Harold Kruger and Micliae! JIcDermi
At the same carnival Miss Olga D.
Dorothy Durns set new records in all e
rrwjgymTT
I 'JGEjSEPIE^
"Roll Their Owe
Somewhere in Fra
ure strong for the ol
: (when they can get it
enough to possess a fe\
a Rockerfeller, 1 his e>
ve have for the old sack
A. A. WALLGREN
Supply 6, ?Regiment, U. S. Marin
IUINE
HJRHAN fi
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Tells of The Mat
e Made in 1917
I I made* Hank Gowdy the champion I
! of all baseball by leading him into an I
Uncle Sam uniform?the first big league
player to volunteer.
1 made Mike O'Oowd champion middleweight
boxer and no one who has
seen the "Fighting Harp" in ring action
can say I didn't do well when I
thrust the crown upon Mike's pompadoured
dome.
I made Ted Lewis welterweight
champ, although I'm open to argument
as to whether or no I made a fizzle of
that Job. Maybe I crowned the wrong
man. I don't know, but I will the minute
Ted gets in a real batle.
I made Benny Leonard champion
lightweight. That was some neat Job.
even if I do say so myself. Benny had
f* ?II *Virt otViov mill ion r\v ftrA nrfim
lb UU ail tliv. VVUV* 4vu V* V j/- - ?
ising lightweights. Bat I do wish BenCHAMPIONS
BALL.
Sox.
mgo White Sox. .
York Giants.
?Eddie Cicotte.
?Grover Alexander.
and Base Stoaled?Ty Cobb.
?Eddie Roush.
ler?Max Carey.
: Baseball Year.
ive games.
ies for his third consecutive year, tieBALL.
Qiversity.
niversity.
h.
gton State College.
A. & M.
aska University. ?
m, V. S. Naval Academy. 162 points.
Tech.
ING.
Featherweight?Johnny Kiibane.
Bantamweight?Pete Herman. :
Flyweight?Jimmie Wilde.
Title won this year.
VIS.
5 matches this year, R. Morris Williams
r national titles.
LF.
If matches this year. R. Norris and
titles.
RF.
cr of the year.
Lord for mares at 2:00
ETICS.
ton. 4:15.
Overton, 2:14.
9:112-5.
mis. :06 2-5.
Kelly, :31 2-5.
a. Benz. 2.07.17 3-5.
TING.
speed skating championship
MING.
Norman Ross set eight new swimming
Duke Kahanamoku, Ludy Danger,
ctt each one.
wfner. Miss Claire Galligsn and Miss
vents for women from 50 to 500 yards.
of a Nation
nitJ.L. Boone end M. D. Harhnan.
balance Co., 117 S. T., "Rolling
Thar Own."
i" Over There
ince, Sept. 12, 1917
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EXZZZ33D
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ly New I' |
For Sport Fans \
nr would stop talking about going to
a Sammy training camp?and go. . l
I made Pete Herman champos ban- ]
tarn.
I would bare made a new
keewn anil m faaltiae trm Knf a
j auu ?? twwivi wvv? wuv ?vi ?
couple of good reasons?Jess VTillairi
and Johnny Kilbane.
I made Earl Caddock champion wres
tier, thus taking the title front one
farmer, Stecher, and giving It to an- r
other son of the soil. Maybe I should
have handed the rassling medal to
Olin. the wonder Finn. What do yoh
think?
I made Pittsburgh champinon in the
eastern football world; Georgia Tech,
in the south and Ohio State in the
west. a
I made Miss Gertrude Artelt champion
100 yard woman swimmer and
aided little Miss Thelma Darby in de- t
feating Miss Claire Galligan. national z
woman's champion swimmer on the t
500-yard course. s
I made Miss Harris M. queen of the
harness world, seeing to it that she 1
gained the. honor of being the lirst c
mare to pace in two minutes. c
I?and. fellows. I am sorry. Just as t
sorry as you?took away two of the 11
best men who ever pleased a sport lov-! f
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(.M.C.A TAKES ON
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Fhe Collegians Booked For
a Game Here Wednesday
Jan. 9.
The' Y. M. C. A. basketball nanigement
has completed arrangements
vith the Pittsburgh Collegians for a
iasketball game in this city on Wedlesday
evening, January 9. This is
he next game on the Y. M. C. A.
chedule.
The Pittsburgh Collegians, under the
eadership of Richard Guy. sporting
iditor of the Pittsburg Gazette Times,
an always be depended upon as worhy
opponents, either in basketball or
taseball. The game with the Colle.ians
in Fairmont is expected to be
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one of the best drawing cards of the
season.
Tbe T. M. C. A. team, inspired by
their excellent showing against the
Normal team yesterday evening, with
no practice whatever, will spend every
next game. Announcement was made
yesterday evening that both Russell
Meredith and Bud Wilson will be out
: for the next practice. Both are guards
I of unusual balirty and shonld greatly
strengthen the team.
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The Normal was a happy hunch yesterday
evening about 9:30 o'clock and
in fact they had reasons to be
Some folks are lucky but when a
feller shoots a basket from one end
of the floor to tne other with his eyes
closed he is no longer "lucky' but
"crappy"
"West Virginians postponed theit
match yesterday evening with the
Mcnongah Glas:?.
Rual Swager, a candidate for the
West Virginia University floor team
was a spectator at the game yester
day evening.
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