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T rack Team.
The track and held season opened this year with
the prospect of an exceptionally good team, and al-
though last year's men were missed the new ones
Hllerl their places well.
A meeting was called of all boys interested in
track and field events for the purpose of choosing a
captain and manager for the coming season. Leon
Hill was elected the former and Myers Hubbard t0
the latter position. Each has filled his place well.
Many candidates were Out for the runs and vari-
ous events aml trained hard. A few made good,
while the others will win out next year and fill the
vacancies made by the graduation of some in this
Last years new material has showed up well.
Barry and Moats show excellent ability in the pole
vault, llarry having won first at Culver. Bostick has
fine form in the high and broad jumps. while Hill is
the best broad jumper the high school has ever prob
tlllCetl and holds the B. H. H. S. record of twenty-one
feet one inch. Bastar does not need any recommenda-
tion. for everyone knows that he is the best and fast-
est hundred and twenty yard high school man that
ever wore spiked shoes. Young is Our best half miler
and runs with an even action and good judgment.
l-luhhard is the man in the four forty and strong in
the two twenty hurdles. Carter is a line and even
long distance man. Montfort showed up better this
year in the shot than last, with a Chance of;
ment next year. -'
Our first meet of the season, in which
i victorious, was with the U. of M. Fresh .
our city. This meet gave every man an
to show his ability along this line of athlet'f
Our next meet was held with Culve
academy at that place, a school really out off
in all sports, but we did our best, although i
hOpe-s of winning, and were defeated by a
Considering the courteous treatment we "ha
received at Culver the refusal of one Of our i
11ers to compete in his events is regrettui
The next week the intelr-class meet was
was won by the Juniors. f
Our four representatives who were sent?
piaign, Illinois, to! compete in the meet ther
teenth brought honor and praise to their
winning six points and getting sixth place i i
In this meet there were over four hundred
the various events, and B. H. H. S. stan
their estimation. ;
Later on in May we go to the tri-cou if
Bangor, with the expectation of winning,
last year. HM
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Mr. McClure-WVh3t is an inclined plane ?i,
Miss Griswold-JZ-Xn inclined plane IS a slope up.
and a slow pup is a lazy dog."
How Cunny got in with the German teacher,-
eating cookies in a corner, at the Sophomore-Senior
Miss McLeese tEngJ HistJ-WVhose daugh-
ter was he ?ii
Little things tell Freshmen, for instance.
TiComedy of Errorsii-Freshmen.
tiMuch Ado About NothingiL-Sophomores.
WAs You Like It"--Juni0rs.
ttAllTs well that ends well,i-Ser1iors.
Mr. Madison tin PhysicsT-JiThen everybody
calft learn to sing, can they, Mr. McClure ?i,
Montford-JtEat a little bird seed, Mady, and
The boy stood on the railroad track,
He did not hear the bell,
The train went on to St. Joseph,
And he went on to SOdus.
Zora Inman tU. S. HistoryT-Jin. Bradford
kept a dairy for his wife and children for nearly fifty-
eight years. Many of the best products of the worlds
history came from this. People refer to his dairv
quite often? '
Mr. McClure-ttHow was lime use
struction of this btiildingPii
Bob Simon tso-tto voceT-JTVery
Miss Bowen-WVhat is an- inspiraj
Miss C1auser-41A heavenly feelin
Mis Bowen tEng. LitJ--uHOW
appearJMr. Crow?" "7'
Mr. Crow-ttHe appeared suddenl
Miss Bowen tin English Literatu
Huences produced the variety of Eliw
Miss Miller tstill under the infiu
Dear Soir: Please excuse Torn fof
as he was very sick with the information
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Pm shipwrecked in the B. H.
My bark in many pieces lays,
While in the future with a sigh:
I gaze in hope of better day:3
The rocks and shoals of B. H
Are awful books, and teachet
That block my way Where ere I:
To rid myself of devils, blur
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