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FTER winning four out of five dual
meets, the Hamilton Cinflerpath men
.did not come through in such great
formfin the All-city meet. Nevertheless
the Heavies finished third in class A, and
the Middleweights also took athird in class
B. Both squads were beaten by the crack
Franklin and Jefferson outfits. In the class
C dual meets the midgets fell prey to
Franklin and Jefferson but cinched an easy
victory over Addams, the fast team that
caused much surprise in the All-City clash
by taking the C division in easy fashion.
Downey of the varsity created much sur-
prise when he ran a brilliant race in the half-
mile to cop a second to Rathburn, the cham-
pion. In the dash events Freeman nabbed a
second in the fifty yard dash while Parks
and Davis furnished fourth and fifth places
in the furlong. Miller staged a fine race to
win a third, and Montoya took a fourth in
the low hurdles besides Miller's third in the
In the relay Hamilton's speedy quartet
was nosed out of first place by Franklin and
Jefferson which if we had won might have
given us the championship.
Scharlin won third place in the weight-
throwing event, and Fawcett took fourth
in the high jump. Parks finished the scoring
with a fifth in the broad jump.
The Class B Tracksters put on a shaky
battle but landed in third place with 18
points made by Schuber, first in the shot:
Holten, fifth in the shot: Cissne and Camp-
bell placed second and forth in the high
jump. Lacy and Browning won second and
third in the broad jump. In the track
events Jones placed fifth in the fifty and
Rutt third in the hurdles. The relay team
composed of Browning, Jones, Campbell
and Schuber placed third. "
Duprey lead the Midget's point scoring
attack with a first in the high jump and
fourth in the broad jump. Hamble tied
for fifth in the high jump. Stephensen ran
fourth in the seventy-five yard dash. Hi-
land threw for fifth in the shot. Stephensen,
Rosenberg, Duprey, and Hadley ran the
relay team to second place.
Out of the 298 points the Heavyweights
gathered during the entire season, Miller
registered 40 1-4 to lead the field: Parks
and Freeman tied for second with 33 1-2
each. Captain Hughes tallied 33 1-4, and
Downey hung up a total of 21.
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HAMPIONSHIP in 1926 and 27 lead it
to be beleived that Hamilton ruled the
circuit in basketball,and the 1928 out-
fit made an apparent title start by down-
ing Franklin,12 to 10.
In the following game Edison secured a
one-sided xictory of 23 to 17. Jefferson
was tied, 6 all, and Washington closed the
season by defeating the locals 13 to 11.
Although the Eagles had four lettermen
back to play, they could not stop their op-
ponent's attact. Barnett, former middle-
weight star, captained the team.
Class B '
LAYING under a spell that held the
Eagle middleweights from champion-
ships in 1926 and 27, the 1928 clan
entered the final duel with hopes of regis-
tering Middleweight surpremacy only to be
overcome by the powerful Washington crew
that collected the cup in '27 . The defeat
arrived after an overtime period was neces-
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sary. The locals fell to the short end of a
13 to 14 fray.
The Eagles threatened the title after
three bombarding victories over Franklin,
17 to 7, Edison, 31 to 6, and Jefferson, 21
Captain Holbrook rung up a total of 35
points to lead his team.
ERMANENT possession of the light-
weight trophy was obtained by the
Midget squad by virtue of staging
four fast victories over their rivals for the
third consecutive year. The 1926 and 27
teams partially paved the way to victory
by nabbing championships, and the '28
squad flattened all comers by heavy scores.
Franklin was the first to bow to defeat
after the Eaglets had romped them 23 to
3. Edison lost the next clash in a close
battle that ended 8 to 5. Jefferson was the
third victim and lost under an 8 to 2 score.
Washington took the final count, 12 to 2,
which lowered the lightweight curtain
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Schuber of Class B turned in a number
of fine performances to collect a total of 44
points which gave him a lean margin over
Browning who scored 42 1-4 points Camp-
bell gathered 24 and Lacy 21 3-4' points.
Duprey, youthful Midget star, fought
through the year of hard competition and
established a spectacular total of 45 1-2
points for the season. Second to Duprey
came Rosenberg with 38 1-2 points. Steph-
ensen tallied 28 1-2, and Hadley stretched
his sum to 19 counters.
The score of the dual meets:
Class A B C Total
Franklin ....... ..... 45 36 36 117
Hamilton .............. 58 35 35 128
Edison ...... ' ........... 2 2 13 22 58
Hamilton ...........,.. 69 58 38 165
Jefferson .............. 50 48 40 138
Hamilton .............. 54 23 30 107
Washington ......... 47 20 25 92
Hamilton .......,. 51 55 46 152
Addams ............... 0 0 20 20
Dewey ................, 34 12 4 50
Hamilton ....,......... 66 59 47 172
The scores of the All-City meet:
Class A--- Won by Franklin, 27 3 2nd Jeff-
erson, 20 1-6: 3rd Hamilton, 19: 4th Wash-
ington, 18: 5th Edison, 15 5-6: 6th Dewey,
13 1-2: 7th Avalon, 1-2. A
Class B--- Won by Franklin, 30: 2nd Jeff-
erson, 213 3rd Hamilton, 18: 4th Dewey,
4 1-2: 5th Edison, 43 6th Washington, 33
7th Addams, 1-2.
Class C--- Won by Addams, 20 1-2: 2nd
Jefferson, 161-2: 3rd Franklin, 15: 4th
Hamilton, 10 3-4: 5th Edison, 10 1-2: 6th
Washington, 5: 7th McKinley, 2: 8th
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Marguerite R.: Oh, I just saw a horse
with a wooden leg.
Arthur P.: Where?
Marguerite R.: On a merry go round.
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stars did not achieve anything event-
ful in 1927, the 1923 squad carried
away honors in the meet this season. The
heavyweights fell to a lowly fifth place,
and the Miclgets copped second in their di-
vision while the Class B crew crowded the
Jefferson outfit out of a clean sweep of the
Captain Ervin Schuber acc muted for
ten of Middie's total of 26 counters by his
brilliant work on the side horse and in the
all-aronud event in which he won two
first places. .
Other stars to place in class B were Had-
ley, Barnett, Barton, Hendricks, McCor-
mick and Hoos.
In class C Rosenberg and Miller won
first places while Takahashi, Hamble and
Scott collected other honors in the affair.
Reynard, Bridgeman and Urrutia were
the only ones that placed in Class A.
Class A- O. Reynard, E. Bridgeman,
Class B-E. Schuber, D. Hadley, PL.
Barnett, R. Barton, L. Hendricks, E. Mc-
Cormick, E. Hoos.
Class C-- R. Miller, J. Rosenberg, R.
Hamble, W. Scott, M. Takahashi,
The score of the meet: Class A--- Won
by Jefferson, 32: 2nd Franklin, 22: 3rd
Washington, 8: 4th Hamilton, 4.
Class B--- Won by Hamilton, 265 2nd
Jefferson, 25: 3rd Franklin, 10: 4th Wash-
ington, 5. ,
Class C--- Won by Jefferson, 37 1-2: 2nd
Hamilton,15g 3rd Edison,7: 4th Franklin,5:
5th Washington, 1 1-2.
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Darvin M.: You sure are good -looking
Myron: I wish I could return the comp-
Darvin M: You could if you were as
big a liar as I am.
LTHOUGH the Hamilton Gymnastic'
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