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Page 63 text:
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BGSQIDCLUJ the garden positions while Hodges and
Cl A iMontoya were used behind the bat. Her-
AMlLTON'S crack diamond aggre-
gation completed the 1928 baseball
campaign as the champions for the
third consecutive season. The Eagle Ball-
tossers gained permanent possession of
the cup by propelling six straight vic-
tories over junior prepdom competitors.
The Eagles crossed bats with Franklin
in the opener and downed the Greyhounds
6 to 2. The champs next engaged with Ed-
ison and after a hard battle they compiled
an 8 to 3 verdict over the Inventors. The
Eagles annexed the third fray from Jeffer-
son, 3 to 0. The outfit next flattened
Washington, 9 to 2, and smothered Dewey
under a 14 to 1 score. Addams lost the
Coach Wallace had much material in
seven letterman that returned for the 1928
season. Sanchez, a releif hurler, from last
year and Miller, the former first sacker, did
the mound duties and shifted with center-
field. Combs, McGee, and Clark patroled
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nandez displayed fine form at first sack
Fwhile Cecil and Urbine covered the key-
stone bag. McCormick played stellar ball at
third and Howard worked at short stop.
Lisman worked under Coach Wallaceas
manager. The scores of the games: Hamil-
ton 6, Franklin 2: Hamilton 8, Edison 3,
Hamilton 3, Jefferson 0: Hamilton 9, Wash-
ington 23 Hamilton 14, Dewey 1.
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FTER defeating Franklin and Edison
easily the Hamilton Midget baseball
outfit loomed to cop the title for the
first time, only to weaken and fall to a hard
setback at Jefferson, two-year champs. The
Eaglets experienced victories over Franklin,
4 to 1, and Edison, 12 to 0. After the Jeffer-
son game that ended 6 to 0 in favor of Jef-
yferson,Hamilton concluded the season with
victories over Washingtion and Addams
that landed them in second place.
i The regular line-up was composed of
Christensen, catcherg Captain Yocky, first
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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
F U i ll'
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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base:Rosenberg, second: Takahashi, third
and Hess shortstop. Hadley, Morgan, and
Duprey covered the outfield positions. Daws
and "Lefty" White did the hurling.
Earnest Holbrook, former Hamilton ath-
lete coached the team and Borden was
The scores of the games: Franklin 1,
Hamilton 45 Edison 0, Hamilton 123 Hamil-
ton 0, Jefferson 63 Hamilton 22, Washing-
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What would happen in the 9A4 Section-
If Dorothy's name was Fish intead of Bates
If Mildred's name was Doors instead of
If Faye's name was Fashion instead of Stile
If Darvin's name was Desert instead of
If Marjorie's name was Old instead of Young
If Elsie's name was Elephant instead of
If N orman's name was Valley instead of Hill
If Margaret's name was Stand instead of
If Helen's name was Hammer instead of
If Ethel's name was Pink instead of Gray
If Todd's name was Snake instead of Sloan
And if All the rest were there instead of
Miss Seawell: What is the largest room
in the world ?.
John B.: Rocm for improvement.
.Joe L.: Who gave you the black eye?
Harold H. : No one gave it to meg I had
to fight for it.
Doris C.: Oh, have you heard the new
Helen B.: No, what is it?
Doris C.: I took alook-a-tchoo.
Miss Byrkit: What is ' the opposite of
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with Hamilton in full control of the cup.
The regular squad was composed of
Captain Clark at the pivot. Rosenburg and
Pitt at forwards and Howard and Borden on
the defensive end. Dawes, Bruce, Galaz,
Hess and Hoos were the boys to receive
first call for substitution.
The scores of the games: Class A---
Franklin 10, Hamilton 12: Edison 23, Ham-
ilton 17: Jefferson 6, Hamilton 6: Wash-
ington 13, Hamilton 11.
Class B--- Franklin 7, Hamilton 17: Ed-
ison 9, Hamilton 31g Jefferson 9, Hamilton
21: Washington 13, Hamilton 12. Q
Class C--- Franklin 3, Hamilton 233 Ed-
ison 5, Hamilton 8: Jefferson 2, Hamilton
9: Washington 2, Hamilton 18.
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Where can a man buy a cap for his knee?
Or a key to the lock of his hair?
Can his eyes he called an academy?
Because there are pupils there?
In the crown of his head what gems are
Who travels the bridge of his nose?
Can he use, when shingling the roof of
his house, the nails on the ends of his
Can the-crook in his elbow be sent. to jail?
If so,what did he do?
How does he sharpen his shoulder blades?
I'll be hanged if I know, do you?
Can he sit in the shade of the palm of his
Or beat on the drum of his ear?
Does the calf of his leg eat the corn on his
If so, why not grow corn on his ear?
OUR MOTTO IS:
"Good, better, best, never let it rest
dew? until the ood becomes BETTER and the
Gladys H.: Don't. BETTER is the BEST."
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