News Tribune, March 13, 1921
- Early this morning, with 65 out of 72 precincts counted in yesterday's Duluth city primary election, the four top finishers for city commissioner were P.G. Phillips, Leonidas Merritt, E.G. Bush, and W.B. Getchell. Those four will move on to the general municipal election on April 5.
- The Duluth Central High School basketball team was defeated by Hibbing last night by a score of 20-19 in the finals for the district championship. As a result, Hibbing will represent the 11th District in the Minnesota Championship Tournament in Northfield.
- An automobile tour from Duluth to Glacier National Park will be staged this July to demonstrate the condition of the Theodore Roosevelt International Highway. The trip will cover about 1,200 miles each way and is expected to take two weeks.
- In a cost-cutting move yesterday, the Superior City Council passed a resolution eliminating the jobs of 12 city employees, including one police matron and two city poundmasters. The resolution is expected to save the city about $12,500 this year.