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Page 20 text:
BASKE T Bggg
Somebody has to loose.
Somebody has to win.
So have good sportsmanship
And try the best you kin.
And when the gene is over
If you loose, or win.
Come on fellors don't gut rod,
You can always try again.
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RA H! RAH! HAH!
We'll fight, We'll fight.
We'll vin, We'll win.
We'll fight to tin,
So come on boys,
Fight! Fight! Fight!
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Come on team,come on team
Fight! Fight! Fight!
QQ TQ TT BOYS
We want some action
We nent some baskets
So go right to it boys
Fight! Fight! Fight!
ACCH gg ADAMS
ruary 20th. We started off with a
ing. At the end of the first half
was 9-12 in their favor. We never
catch up thnvughout the game.
ACCH ADAM S
fcontinued on next columnl
ACCH played Adrms there Thursday,Feb-
Adams game continued
Ray Stevens Brebner
Donald Schie and Bill Smith
THE STORY OF BASKET BALL
The game of basket ball was originates
by James Naismith in 1891, While he was az
instructor in the Y.M.C.A.School at Spring
field,Mass. The game soon spread over Am-
erica and to other countries. It is now
one of the best liked and most important
winter sport. It is most popular in the
colleges,universities and high schools.
The game calls for the most intensive co-
operation of all the players.
The equipment for playing the game is
a playing floor,rectangular in shape,and
of smooth surface. its dimensions should
be maximum of 94 by SO feet and minimum
of 60 by 55 feet. However many teams play
on floors of less than the minimum space.
A backboard with dimensions of six feet
horizontal and four feet vertically is
located two feet inside the playing floor,
and nine feet up. The basket is an open
hammock net suspended from the backboard
on a metal ring which must be sixteen in-
ches from the rigid surface to which it is
fastened. The basket is placed ten feet
above the level of the floor.
The ball is round,measuring 50 to 51 in
inches in circumference and weighing 20
to 22 ounces. It is made of a rubber blad-
der in a leather case tightly inflated to
a pressure of about hirteen pounds.
There are five players on a team. They
are right and left forwards,center,and
right and left guards. The object of the
game is to see how many baskets each tear
can make in the allotted time. Two points
are scored for each basket from the floor
and one point for ach baskte made from thu
free throw line. A game consists of two ha
halves which is each divide into two quaf
ters consisting of six,seven,or eight min-
utes. There is a ten minute intermission
between halves. Merlin Doud,8A.
really did Bill: I'm always tired on the first of
Bill: Who wouldn't after a March of 51
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Page 19 text:
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pleted until about Christmas so there was no gent well during thg fipgt helf, The eeer
basket ball that Year' 1' was ACCH 7 ond Washington 7. During th
In 1957,MT-Sellersaeur Coach, etefeefrsxhx second half things went wrong and they
ed U5 in the beginning ef the Yee? Q QfQ25fXx ytook the lend, the gfme ending 24 to
find we Played thfeufih the entire S9214 if-T 'js' 12 in their favor. ACCH could not hi
Son- The boys were his PM they won X 7 their frcc throws which could have
mest ef their gflmee' They Went to 'Chg won the gfrme for them. Biggs missed
f1nals,lI.tis1?g to Hnrmar by one g 20 out ef 21 tries. The plgygrg weyg
int. e irst str'n' that , r 'f o e ,
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M cGill,Bob Holmes,nrd M ike Elf gig 1 Xvfgygx Brown Dgniel
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The 1958 tee-H1 Pleyed fl eoodgti xi X CP gig Steifhf-,ns Moore
Season winning about half o fix Q X 1 'jge Mefqhell Carlisle
the games. They lost the second XQf'aX Qgngf NX Smiih Fighgr
game in the tournament. They f fl! Qing 52 arp X Haggn Wbitghurs
were Russell Young,Robert 3 yt' Qgyi ,L!!y,5fX X Gunther
S chie,Louis S1qyers,John f I X3f'S,f,Mr TX X Bill Sm1th,8A,
5 ChiesH0meI' Jehfleensend I 1' ,Q?xQ9Jffi'x ll Assistant Sports Editor
Norma n Brown. 3 I K If FgwwQ3QxW4 X 4rewe+s+ar4+Heeerssssr++
The 1959 tecm pluyed n ' f f: y 7 SNUyiwQWhQ - SPORTS
good season winning 'bout,f! E!3Z.fg! VVn'lWiL4 'H""' -
- QL ,il 5 s xcAi,L3f1 The boys are hoping to
half Of the games- Theyjg i ,I ' YD' i qc. gc places in track work
lost their second game in jx'7f,. 'XX g X this year. We are practicing
the tournament. The squad was' ,fjg ,-lvl X whcngvgr thQre is Spgre ting
Charles Hagan,Richard Torren- "
ce,Jchn s chic, Robert Fetts LL
Herbert Warnick. f
The 1940 boys are small
However they did fairly f
well during the second sem-5 ix
ester. They lost their f5rc.k.o
Harmar. It was
game of the tournament to
'n well played game. The team is made up of
Omie Brown,Neal Hagan, Donald Schic,Jnmes
Marshall,Joe Biggs,Bill Smith,Fny Stevens,
Ray Stevens, and Eugene Torrance.
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X gput up n
drier one sta
MX WC e
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to know just where to
ball is, We get a lot
all our sports and ry
mnnship at all times.
The boys did well nr
swell fight. Eforv
s satisfied with
et n lot of pleogur,
lleyball too. In
ull it is necessn
move to be there p
of pleasure out or
to use good spevtq
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to their seats.
e Every Wednesday afternoon during the lest Friend: what a funny way to keep them
semester the girls of Mr.Sellers Room go to there'
the gym- The gi-T15 decide What kind of game ar..Jexfzews-x-Hee-,e,:-L:-:Herezsezsezrfa-4-1.aQ:-Haag-:ex
they Wltl play' The games getting the most Voice on telephone: My son has a severe
votes will be played that week. Basket Ball, Cold qnd will not be able to gttend
volley ball,stunts, acrobntics, n nd dancing School today,
are the most Povulf-1' activities' Teacher: That is too bad. Tho is this
Mildred Yarman,8A. Speaking?
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5' r fer WK' Voice: This is my father sperking,
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Page 21 text:
A CCH vs FRANKLIN
February 25th we pl yed Franklin School
in our own gym. Our boys took the lewd efrly
in the game with m score of 5-2 in the first
quarter. Then we got hot in the seennd quart
er with a score of 11-4 ot the half. In the
second half Franklin sent in Q 1H:le 1 n
team but our boys kept on until BX-" diese
minutes of the third quarter. T'- Yr rk.in
started scoring end pulled up tr Ti-1q.The .
game continued to the lust minrt2 1.'n ith the
score standing at 19-21. We started stalling
Schie came down through,shot,and missed.It
went out of bounds and Franklin passed in.
We recovered the bell and stalled again
until the whistle sounded the end of the
game. Final score was ACCH 21-Franklin 19.
Donald Schie and Bill Smith
GRADE SCHOOL BLSKET BALL TOURNEI
ACCH was defeated by Hnrmar in the first
game of the l941 Grade School Brsket Brll
Tourney. The games were played in the Cent-
ral High School Gym. ACCH was nosed out
early in the game by s score of 5-l and con-
tinued to lead throughout the half with n
QCCH vs HARRISON HILL
The ACCH tedm bowed to Harrison H
It was nn excit?
tough, fnd teriffic bettle. The score 1'
the end of the
AC in the lord
Hill hrd piled
first quarter was 5-2 tie
but at the half Harrison
up n score of ll-6 and et
29-21 by the end of the
' Hill made l2 field goals
rnd five fouls
. AC made seven field goel
and seven fouls. The players were:
ACCH HARRISON HILL
Fey StevenS Dislevu
Dodndd Sehie ned Bill Smith
ACCH vs FOREST PARK
Allen County Home Basket Boll Team
plnyed Forest Park in their gyn.Friday
evening March 7th. Fore
st Park won the
game by n score of 25-22. ACCH led at the
end of the first quarter 9-5, and the
score was tied at ll all for the half.
At the third quarter Forest Park led 17-
14. LCCH tied the score
at 19 all in the
last period and they pulled out ahead to
win with e score of 25-
was as follows.
good margin. At the half the score nes 14-7. Biggs
During the second half ACCH scored rap- Schie
idly and closed in to l5-16 at the end of the Marshall
third quarter. At the beginning of the last Fay Stevens
period ACCH closed in and tied the score at
16 all. Then Biggs and Terrence were retired
The Forest Park grne
22. The line-up
ended the rcgulm.
nd six loses. We
to the bench by fouls and Hnrmer forged season uith three wins s
ahead to win by a final score of 25-16, The won from Frdnklin,Jefferson,nnd Smart.nno
game was hard fought from beginning to the lost to Adems,Hnrrison Hil1,Honglnnd,
Schie M cComb
D onald Schie and Bill Smith,8A
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Forest Park,and Washingt
Donald Schie and Bill Smith,8A
Mildred: A tramp is at the back door and
I'm going to give him one of m pies. I
feel sorry for him.
John: So do I.
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Bill:Cen I trust him?
Bob: No,even the wool he pulls over your
eyes is half cotton
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