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Page 120 text:
The 1121.9t seasnn 11f basket- ball has been the most
s11c11e9sf111 111 the 111st1111 of the schoo1 for 110t111th-
stz111111111111a11k 11f interest sho1111 by the student body
the team 111111 11ea1111' e1' e111' game plaVed and consid-
e1111111 the teams 111'11111ch theV were defeated deserve
11r11t 1111.e1111 Accordino t0 1""1"01pe" they are the
1111111111111119 111 the state because Of 11efeating B11-
1111;111:111 11' 1111 111 turn had defeated D011agiac the claim-
ants 111' the t1t1e.
The teams 11 e1e greatlv beneflted by the new
g1'11111z1s111111 and the 11111111 management of Prof. MC-
C11111e1 1111 it 1111s th110110h the 1atters efforts that so
many games 11' ere sche11111e111 for both the girls"a1111
the 111119" teams. It was he 11110 suggested the inter-
C1ass 11211111111111 se11es, each of the Classes to play the
other three. and the two winning the most games to
1111111 each other. the winner to receive a cup. The
Seniors and 3111111111119 played the 1111211 game, the result
being a VictorV for the former. This p1
arouse much interest among the classes am?
C111re is to be congratulated on its succe
011 the success of both the boys" and the
The games were mostly with teams 1.
players having more experience that is e
a hiOh school plaVer and considering the
the team 11111 well in running up1 a score .131
against 197. Four independent teams
and all but one 11 ere beawten
The season began by a game Wi .
Haven Independents"? a team that has pla
for the last four or Fwe years, and is an"
independent team in this part of the statf;
was 51 to 26 in their favor.
The Independents 0f Coloma were m 1'11
e11 b1vasc01re 0f 21 to 15. '1
The second defeat was administeredi
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TH E LOCOMOTIVE.
Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! 6am slowly.
Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Uncreasinm
Ben- ton- H ar- bor,
Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Waso
Ben-ton- H ar-bor,
Rah! ! I ! ! ProlongecD.
Kowachee I Kowach I
Heigh-O I Heigh-O !
High School ! High School I
Orange and black.
Wah! Whoo! Wah!
Benton Harbor High School,
Rah! lRahl Rah!
; High School Yells '
Eaver, iver, over, am !
Beaver, biver, bover, barn !
Heaver, hiver, hover, hup!
Benton Harbor Ghortlw
Eat ,em up !
S-s-s-s-s Booml Bah!
Benton Harbor CShort and quicD
Zi boom ! Zi boom!
Zi boom 1 boom 1 bah !
Benton Harbor High School,
Rah ! Rah I Rah !
Veni, Vid, Vici,
Rip ! Ram ! Roar I
Bif ! Bang I Boomerang 1
B. H. Rah! Rah!
B. H. Rah! Rah!
Hoorah ! Hoorah 3
B. H. Rah! Rah!
Rah! Rah! Rah!
Rip 1 Rah ! Ree 3
Skidoo ! Twenty-three !
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Bend high school to the tune of 34 to 24. On the
same trip Culver military academy was played, a
school capable of sending out a team as good as any
college team in the country. This was defeat No. 3,
the score being 34 to 22. But Culver was outplayed
in the last half and with their usual good sportsman-
ship admitted the fact. All the other games were
won by decisive scores.
The Coloma and the Searchlight Independents
were played, the scores being 44 to 22 and 36 to 13,
both in favor of B. H. High.
Two games with Buchanan were the last played
and both were won, the first by a score of 35 to 27,
and the second 74 to I 1.
Of the work of the individuals something should
be said. Bishop is fast and accurate in his throwing,
and always in the game. Dewey is as fine a center
as Benton Harbor ever had, being tall, heavy, and
a good jumper. Simon is accurate in his throwing
and a good guard. Morelock deserves praise as a
forward. Young as guard played good ball through-
out the season, and though not in a position to make
many baskets enabled the others to. do. 30. Because of
doctors orders, Hill was not allowed to play until
the last of the season. That he is a strong player
was shown in the few games in which he took part.
Moats,' although iirather" small, is very quick, and his
accuracy deserves special mention.
At the beginning of the season a silver cup was
promised to the high school team which could win the
.championship of the county, but for some unsatisfac-
tory reason this was not forthcoming when the sea-
' son was ended and it belonged to Benton Harbor.
Boysi Basket Ball Line-Up.
FIRST TEAM. SECOND TEAM.
Morelock . . . . . forward Moats iCapti . . . forward
Blshop iCath . . forward Null . . .forward
H111 . - . . . . . center Vielehr . . . . . .cemer
Dewey . . . . . .center Barry . . . . . . . guard
Young . . . . . . guard Farnum. . . . . . guard
Slmon. . . . . . .guard
Benton Harbor ...... 26-South Haven Ind ....... g1
Benton Harbor ...... 2IeColoma Ind. .......... i5
Benton Harbor ...... 24-South Bend ........... 34
Benton Harbor . . . . . .22eCulverMil. Academy. . .34
Benton Harbor ...... 44-C010ma Ind. . . . . . . . .22
Benton Harbor . . . .36-Searchlight Ind. ....... 13
Benton Harbor ...... 35-Buchanan ............. 27
Benton Harbor . . . .74$Biic11a11aii ....... i ...... I I
Teams in the Infer-Class Contest won by Seniors.
Team of ,08--Moats, Bishop, Hill, Dewey, Young, Simon.
Team of ,09 -Downey, Barry. Morlock, Farnum, Miller.
Team of 'IU-Bostick, Null, Vielehr, Pearl, Mills.
Team of ,II-Stone, Collins, Tutton, Merwin, Luter.
Seniors ............ I 38-Freshmen ............
Juniors . .i .......... 38-Sophomores ..........
Seniors ............ 97-Sophomolres ..........
Juniors i. . 69,1:reshrnen . .l. . .1 .......
Seniors ............ 47eJuni0rs . .4 ............
Sophomores ..... .. .. 34-Freshmen ............
Seniors . . .g ....... 40--Juniors ..............
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