Alexander Hamilton Middle School - Warrior Yearbook (Long Beach, CA)

 - Class of 1928

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Alexander Hamilton Middle School - Warrior Yearbook (Long Beach, CA) online yearbook collection, 1928 Edition, Page 59 of 80
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ll! ' 19 ' 5 N E WINNERS of the 28 SPEEDBALL CLASS A N. 'Franklin E. Holbrook W. Crane R. Miller P. Wucetich H. Shearer R. Barnett R. Hooper R. Stuart P. Freeman D. Tucker C. Storey G. Taylor D. West B. Taylor, Mgr. CLASS C Clark T. Urrutia E. Borden M. Howard M.'Takahashi Shaddock A. Jaissle R. Hess A. Galaz R. Bruce Hoos R. Stephens J. Rosenberg R. Harvey R. Browning, Mgr. BASKET BALL CLASS A Barnett R. Miller C. Storey W. Crane P. Freeman Stuart M. Montoya H. Lewis L. Scharlin R. MacMillian, Mgr. CLASS B E. Holbrook E. Schuber G. Fawcett R. Browning B. Taylor 'M. Urbine L. Cecil . R. MacMillian, Mgr. CLASS C Clark M. Howard E. Borden L. Pitt J. Rosenberg Hoos A. Galaz R. Bruce R. Hess D. Daws M. Taylor, Mgr. TRACK CLASS A Hughes W. Downey T. Urrutia P. Freeman A. Leevers Miller B. Combs F. Parks K. Davis G. Fawcett M. Montoya R. Puriton L. Scharlin CLASS B Jones R. Browning R. Rutt E. Schuber J. Campbell M. Lacy W. Cissne D. Holton CLASS C Hadley J . Rosenberg K. Stephenson R. Hess M. Takahashi Duprey R. Hamble J. Hiland D. Hodges, Track Manager ' BASEBALL CLASS A Hernandez M. Erbine L. Cecil M. Howard E. McCormick Combs R. Miller J. Clark W. McGee D. Hodges Montoya D. Sanchez T. Urrutia H. Harris J. Lisman, Mgr. CLASS C ' Yockey J. Rosenberg R. Hess D. Hadley M. Takahashi Morgan E. Christensen D. Daws A. White R. Duprey Pehrsen J. Hiland J.B. Stone E. Borden, Mgr. 1-ty-eight f sf - 1 S sf X-qw s EQEXRXG Q sexes if sa X3 -saws H s mx .S 2 xx. s f N - NFS A ' Q:-:NN Renew sstNN1N'friwNN ' KN.-Q N r . -'- - -



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