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18 THIt MONMAL. BASKET BALL TEAMS ENTERTAINED. On Friday evening, March 8th, Professor and Mrs. McBain entertained the members of the Junior basket ball teams. The amusements of the evening consisted of a series of contests. The two captains, Dorothy Jones and Mildred Busch, chose sides and then the fun began. After the various contests were over, the losing side was called upon to entertain the winners by songs,