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Four Louisville Quints Capture Contests By Satisfactory Margin B ;h:di l it. K M I came out of Lyndon last night, and tor two quarters gae the numerous spectators jammed in the Dul'ont (Jymnasium to witiuss the night games in the Seventeenth District basketball tournament a great deal alout which to expend vocal energy, for the Soldiers ran the mighty Crimsons of Manual a close race, only succumbing when their star. Duke-shearer, Duke-shearer, Duke-shearer, was taken out of the game on personal fouls, and then only by ;i score of 25 to lti. And in the games yesterday ind last night, a y-point y-point y-point victory was an exceedingly close one, for most of the games went to the victors by staggering margins. In the other contest played last night, the Bardstown girls defeated the West Point lassies in a real feminine feminine thriller. The score Was 21 to 16. but West 1'oint was leading at least half of the time. The Crimsons of Manual started the ball rolling bv conquering the West Point High boys 45 to 10 in the opening opening game. The Purples of Male Hign bowled over Anchorage llig.i, a hard-lighting hard-lighting hard-lighting outfit, in the second en counter, 55 to 4, and the Yellow Jackets Jackets of the Louisville Girls' High School buried the Anchorage lassies under a 35 to 1 count in a game that for three quarters appeared destined for a com plete white wash. And then, to cap the climax for the day's games, St. Xavier's fighting Tigers trimmed Cardstown. the best of the out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town teams to play yesterday, by 3S to 7. This morning at 10 o'clock, the Louisville Male High school will play the St. Xavier High iiuititelle in ttie semi-finals, semi-finals, semi-finals, ami tin; winner of that game will meet .Manual to night at 9 o'clock for the championship championship and the right to go to the State tournament. The Louisville Girls' High school, now dubbed the Yellow Jackets, battle the liardstown High team tonight at 7:30 o'clock for the championship of the girls' division, and the right to play in the State meet. The Yellow .Jackets won unbounded unbounded praise by their brilliant exhibition exhibition of basketball yesterday afternoon. afternoon. The draw was held as per schedule and Louisville's representatives received received the benefit of the breaks. No local quintette was scheduled to play another. K. M 1. went into the semifinals semifinals by drawing the bye. Before play opened Coach Klani of the Louisville Male High School and C. J. Home, athletic director at the Purple School attempted to have the rule regarding the coach of a team going out on a floor lo assist his men interpreted by "the spirit of the rule," but Burke and Head, tournament officials, officials, decided that they would abide hy the decision reached by a vote of the interested coaches. Thev ote was never taken, so Neal Arntson. Manual mentor, will be allowed to go out on the floor, wipe his men's faces with a towel, an action to which Coach L'lam objected. The gymnasium was packed for the first time, and jammed in the afternoon. afternoon. Lager boys, in frantic endeavors endeavors to get in the scene of the games, broke the glass in the windows of the entrance hall, and during the play it became necessary to lock the The afternoon tilts were doors, tlifea- tlifea- tures of the day's games. Manual and High School, both of whom played in the morning, had too easy pickings pickings to even the most rabid Crimson and Purple enthusiasts. Put the Yellow Jackets exhibited beautiful beautiful basketball throughout, bringing the ball down the floor swiftly, without without loss of etYort. passing swiftly, and hitting the basket with precision. Coach Zinsmeister's charges found it ditlicu!: to adjust themselves to the different brand of basketball thev were suing during the first quarter, only Blanche "Bronsiein being able to find the retting, but after they got the range they punished the hoop wliii their shots. Misses Franz and Bronstein were the outstanding stars for the winners, while Miss Sims made Anchorage's lone tally. The entire St. Xavier qulntet;e played clever basketball, with the dependable dependable Clines and Weber performing performing best. I less cut In with his usual number of baskets, making ten poini. Summaries: Morning. Position . . K Manual (45) Jenkins (1) Baer (11 J'" Kopke I Kt C. . . (S) D. Van Arsdall (S) c. n Daugherty (S) . Subs: Manual: Margtielan Deddens; West Point: Mart. Male High (55) Position Appell (11) F (10) W. Poln' (2) C.itevvo...! . . . . cn'. v D. Willlarr. 1 1 v' 1 11., .. -i -i Bellou (10). Do.!. Harten. 4) Anchora;-. Anchora;-. Anchora;-. Head Giugliano (14) . . F t2) Brooks (7) C Koch Franks (13) L Watterbv (Continued on Page 10.) REMODELING SALE BATHROBES Excellent, Quality Blanket Robes Smart Patterns and Colors $3.75 Regularly $5.00 irpoi atcd. I

Clipped from The Courier-Journal08 Mar 1924, SatPage 9

The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky)08 Mar 1924, SatPage 9
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