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In the inter-class meet the Seniors scored 4815 points and won the silver cup giv-
en by Dr. R. A. Swanson to the class scoring the highest number of points. The Jun-
iors scored 431,23 points and won the cup given by Roper Brothers, jewelers, for taking
first in the mile relayg and the cup given by the Strand for winning the one-half mile
relay. Mllo Parker, a Sophomore, won the cup given by Fred McIntosh of the Yoe-
men for the highest individual point winner. He made 16 of the So-plromore's 42
points. Lee Delaney won 'the Traveling bag given by the Syndicate Clothing Co. for
the winner of the broad jump. The Freshmen scored one point. The following men
represented the different classes. Seniors: A. Alderson, E. Bartle, L. Phillips, W. Hoo-
ver, L. Goeldner, H. York, K. Richter, B. Scherer, and W. Keys. Juniors: M. Burt,
C. Zollars, L. Meredith, R. Williams, F. Strahl, G. Scurr and A. Pomeroy. Sopho-
mores: M. Parker, F. Forgy, E. Reed, H. Dyar, L. Delaney, S. Strunce and L. Jackson.
Freshmen: D. Goodwell, Swanker, Colbert, Taddicken, Redick, Cook, Bentley, Breese
Corning won the banner given to the highest point winner of the Quadrangular
meet by scoring 48 points, Osceola was second with 38175 pointsg Greenfield third with
2055 points and Creston fourth with 7 points. Stanley Strunce won first in the Javelin
throw, Leo Meredith took third in the pole vault and Milo Parker took third place in
The scores of the Quadrangular meet:
Event First Second Third Record
100 yd. Dash Greenfield Osceola Corning .10 1-5
Mile Run Osceola Osceola Greenfield 5.11
220 yd. Dash Osceola Corning Greenfield .24 4-5
440 yd. Dash Corning Greenfield Osceola .56
mile Relay Osceola Corning Greenfield 3.54
880 yd. Run Corning Osceola Corning 2.16
99 M. Relay Corning Osceola Greenfield 1.4395
Pole Vault Corning Osceola Creston 9 ft. 11 in.
Shot-put Greenfield Osceola. Creston 39 ft. 6 in.
High Jump Corning Corning OsceQa 5 ft. IM. in.
Discus Corning Corning Greenfield 90 ft. 10 in.
Broad Jump Corning Osceola Greenfield Kr 20 ft. 31,4 in.
Javelin Creston Corning Osceola 128 ft. 10 in.
Creston winners in the meet of May 20 were Strunce, Meredith, Williams, Phillips
and Delaney. The score is shown below:
Event First Second Third Record
100 yd. dash Bedford Mt. Ayr Bedford .10 4-5
Mi. run Mt. Ayr Corning Mt. Ayr 4.57
'220 yd. dash Bedford Corning Mt. Ayr .24 4-5
'120 yd. hurdles Creston Corning Mt. Ayr .18 1-5
440 yd. dash Corning Mt. Ayr Mt. Ayr .57
220 yd. hurdles Mt. Ayr Corning Crest. Kz Mt. Ayr 28. 2-5
Mile relay Corning Mt. Ayr Creston .30 1-5
880 yd. run'. Mt. Ayr Mt. Ayr Corning 2.12 3-5
1,5 mi. relay Mt. Ayr Corning Bedford 1.41 2-5.
Pole vault Corning Mt. Ayr Creston 10 ft. 9 ln.
Shot put Mt. Ayr Creston Corning 37 ft. 11 in. .
High jump Corning 4V2 pts. Creston 214 Mt. Ayr 216. 214 4 Ft. 11V2 in.
Discus throw Corning Corning Mt. Ayr 105 ft. 8 ln.
Broad jump Corning Bedford Creston 20 ft. llbhm.
Javelin throw Creston Corning Corning 137 ft. 6 ln.
Total: Corning 56112, Mt. Ayr 46 3-4, Crest-on 17 3-4, Bedford 13.
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The 1922 baseball season opened on a perfect spring day with Massena as our op-
ponents. After having the game stored away, the boys eased up a bit, just enough to
let the visitors slip across the pan with first the tying and then the winning run. The
final score was Creston 7-Massena 8. Joe Strunce made his debut as a C. H. S. ball
player and made good in every sense of the word. He was never displaced the remaind-
er of the season.
l The following week we went to Lenox and had a good practice. Final score, C. H.
SQ 18-Lenox 4. The next game was with Fiske when an extra inning was necessary
to cinch the victory, three scores at that time made the final count 11 td 8.
A Greenfield had the better of the next argument by a margin of 7 to 5 and in the
Villisca game proved too much, after the home track meet. Without the services of
Meredith and with the pep spent in the meet, Villisca had little trouble in winning
15 to 6. 4
A The Osceola victory of the following week proved a dear one. Bradley broke his
ankle sliding home and his services were lost for the remainder of the season.
Richland on their own grounds proved easy. Harne was in the box this afternoon
and let' the opposition down with very few hits and only two runs while his team-
mates collected a total of 11.
Greenfield returned our call on May 19 and we returned the beating they gave us
earlier in the season.
In the return game al Massena we lost again by a narrow margin then closed
the season with a no-hit, no man-to-first victory over our neighbor, Cromwell.
The season was a decided success from all angles. Few experienced players re-
ported at the beginning of the season but a full team remains for the coming season.
Several new men secured places on the team and showed to a good advantage with the
wealth of material in the Freshman class. We predict a repetition of 1920 season this
spring. ' r
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