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j: accoraani-c accoraani-c accoraani-c im ............. )ed rules of the Kentucky High jrt,! Athletic Association, all .m wiU be played in quarters of f minutes each, rather than in twenty-minute twenty-minute twenty-minute halves which has , tl,e custom followed in most L games played in Louisville rear The innovation of the -K-rs -K-rs -K-rs -K-rs Is employed quite frequent-it frequent-it frequent-it the East and North, but the Hi"li canie with Stivers was nlv contest played in Louis-, Louis-, Louis-, this year in which this new. of tilings existed. re will be continuous play from alock this morning until noon, t;i through the afternoon, with as of two hours tonight between .vi- .vi- n,i 8 o'clock. As there are i"? boys' teams entered, one will a bye, playing only one game. hat tonignt. ins seven ..r: da Pont Manual, Male High vier, K. M. I., Bardstown, West and Anchorage. There are four .teams. They are: Louisville 'I Hieh. Bards-iown, Bards-iown, Bards-iown, Anchorage ffrpst Point. ;,v also marks the start of other sBal meets throughout the State, aHinir nn to the climax in the fcf the state tournament at Lex- Lex- which this year will continue sree days, starting March 13. J Ready for Games, aual, Male High and St. Xavier iriries all ' pronounce their teams s best of condition and ready for ty. This week has been a stren-6ne stren-6ne stren-6ne for the three local quintettes dmmages of the most trying na-fere na-fere na-fere dished out to the court perils perils Monday, Tuesday and Wed-ty. Wed-ty. Wed-ty. Only yesterday were they 4d a respite, in order that they S?be fresh for the games today, jluck of the draw may have a 'deal to do with the outcome of Surnament as well as with Its jes. If Manual and High echool, Siual and St. Xavier, or High I and St- St- Xavier draw to play pother this morning, many will ted to miss the game. Local fana jping that inter-Louisville inter-Louisville inter-Louisville battles t played late. I out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town teams are due to i this murnlng. They will be per-I per-I per-I eight players each. All of the tfrom outside Louisville that are Ipating in the tourney have good s this season, and will have to tched closely during the tourney. I Louisville Girls High School sentatives are favorites cop Sal honors as they did last ea-Joach ea-Joach ea-Joach Zinsmeister's Golden Tor-bas Tor-bas Tor-bas been bowling over all op-9n op-9n op-9n this year, and the lassies fisions of State laurels- laurels- ikmes Will Be Played n 8-Minute 8-Minute 8-Minute Quarters; I Start At 10 O'Clock I By REYNOLDS GIRDLER. flowers of selvar-tic selvar-tic selvar-tic basketball in Louisville bave their treat today j'tSe Seventeenth District Sectional basketball tournament opens this ,r,r at the DuPont Manual gymnasium. Brook anj Oak. The fnvt , start at 10 o'clock, while draw for opponents will have been an "jarlier. The representatives of the eleven quintettes entered in the -ty' -ty' wiil meet for the selecting, and the teams to play first then will "(fceir uniforms, ready for battle. Pat Mo ran Is Very Sick Orlando, Fla., March 6 (AP) Pat Moran, manager of the Cincinnati Reds, who has been confined in a hospital hospital here for several days, suffering suffering from kidney trouble and heart trouble, took a turn for the worse early tonight, according to a statement from his bedside, which described his condition as very grave. At midnight physicians reported reported there was no change. Ryan Beats Murray Toledo, Ohio. March 6 OP) By piling piling up points and by harder hitting, Tommy Ryan of -McKeesport, -McKeesport, Penn., tonight won a. shade over Tommy Murray of Philadelphia, jn twelve rounds of fast fighting. They are bantamweights. C. C. C. All-Star All-Star All-Star In Last The curtain for basketball will be lnered Monday night in New Albany when the Catholic Community Center basketeers lock horns with the best basketball performers that have worn Catholic Community Center uniforms during the past ten years. The stars that will play with the all-star all-star all-star five are curly-haired, curly-haired, curly-haired, bald, and grey-haired. grey-haired. grey-haired. Some of the great performers are Mickey O'Hara, Charley Kenzler. the bald-headed bald-headed bald-headed youth; Charles Schmidt, the coach of the old Carlton Club team about five years back; Sammy Pontrich, the fastest man on the team; Alvin Corcoran, who starred with the C. C. C. champs several years back; ; i ! I

Clipped from The Courier-Journal07 Mar 1924, FriPage 9

The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky)07 Mar 1924, FriPage 9
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