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Morton Town Team Wins Close Game at Fairfax Friday

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The town Basketball quint journeyed to Fairfax and played the fast team of that place defeating them 26 to 17.
Both teams showed plenty of speed but passing and shooting were far from accurate. The first half ended 4 to 1. Donlon and Fadden each scoring a field goal and Frank of Fairfax a free throw. The second half both teams displayed better work and the score increased.
Fairfax will come here in the near future with the intention of taking us to defeat. Watch for posters.
Mgr. Daun is arranging games with the neighboring towns and a number of fast games will be played here.
Line Up
Morton                                    Fairfax
Gaasch          R.F.                 Dickmeyer
Fadden          L.F.                 W. Frank
Daun              C.                    Fullerton
Donlon           L.G.                 Michelson
Patzwald        R.G.                L. Frank
Manecke        Sub.                Pullen
Baskets: Gaasch 3, Daun 4, Fadden 3, Patzwald 2, Donlon 1, W.Frank 2, L. Frank 1, Dickmeyer 1, Fullerton 3; Free throws: Frank 3. Referees: Buckely and Brown

Editor’s Note: Gaasch, Daun, Donlon and Patzwald all served in World War I and were on the 1915-1916 Morton High School Basketball team coached by Archer H. Martin that went on to be District Campions.