Frederick High School - Warrior Yearbook (Frederick, CO)

 - Class of 1951

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'K Page Sponsor -,'- 2 CONSOLIDATED COAL ai COKE COMPANY fa L 5 S f l X The Home Of The Famed Frederick Basketball PRXNCXPAL S MESSAGE oen1ngs he Th1s has been a year of many hap con us1on 1n our government causes man peo le to wonder what W111 hapoen to our Na 1on 10 the future he answer to th1s l1es 1n our homes, our churches, our schools and way of l1 e As long as these func tlOH8l UDltS are allowed to pract1ce the nFour Free doms,N our country has noth1ng to wor y about, W1 1n, because our youu oeople of today are much ette to deal w1th th problems of the world than As long as we cont1nue to the above 1nst1tu atest 8 equ1ooed efathers port to the gre were our for g1ve our whole hearted su t1ons, th1s Nat1on w1ll cont1nue to be on earth Many thanks to our graduating sen1ors for the1r wonderful co ooerat1on 1n every un ertak1ng am ure that th1s w1ll be a much better world gust for your hav1ng oassed throudh 1 Yours s1ncerely, I . A tn u ' 443 . Q . 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AEBLY B, A, Colorado State College of Educationg M, A,, Denver Univere sityg English and Orientation, N GHX5 A N F1540 NY YWANE :Q C0101 ad MARY flow Bmw Q mkfuc I HAMILTON THERESE B In Busmess Admmxstrauon, A Loretto Helghrs Graduate Study nver Umversxty De Typmg and Accoummg, Page Sponsor ADO HILDRETH ST UDIO, LONGMONT, COLOR AB Graduate Stud of Mus y Cook S 'C High School Choo! Umverglfy of low a Band I f x 923 if ? fn Rf YW-9' NX UC PJ U40 A?fYBUUnwersx1Y :Aemco V' Stud? nc an Graduake En usb S06 H326 imetlcs FRANK MARCANTONIO B A , Colorado State College of Educauon, Manual Arts and Athletrcs Page Sponsor FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Longmont, Colorado C ARL P K USICK Unrv Scrence andesii of Colorado 10 S Q QQ ALXCE SKXNEQ Nab! aska Univ etS1wvS,n 3: Hlgh ms'H and En spa HANNAH A. YANKE A, B, New Mexico State M, S, Colorado A8zM Home Economics Page Sponsor SIG S TEXACO 81 GOODYEAR SERVICE 1-CROY a Teach A C ers I I High Slate Colffg and Social Srud1isEduca'10n 311119115 f STEVE MELICK Presrdent K. x kk!!! rj NORMAN BERT RON Vlce Presxdent CLAUDETTE DeCINO DORIS PASCOFF Secretary Treasurer S C ep RICHARD VIDAL C Re S Page Sponsor MR. TES OME TROXELL CHEVROLET CO, , Longmont, Colorado SPOIISOI' EMMETT ALVARADO Basketball 9, 10 Baseball 10 Glee Club NORMAN BERTRON Basketball 9 10 11 12 Baseball 10 Play 11 Annual Staff ETHEL DAVIES A Play 11 12 KEITH COWAN Basketball 10 Glee Club 9 10 Play 11 12 M Page Sponsor LONGMONT NATIONAL BANK 3 Longmont Colorado FREDA CICCARELLI Glee Club 9 10 11 12 Play 11 Cheerleader 11 12 NADINE BOURN Glee Club 9 10 11 12 Band 11 12 Annual Staff CLAUDETTE DeC1NO Edttor of Annual Secretary Treasurer 12 Glee Club 9 10 11 Play 11 12 'Benfica HELEN DCSALLE Glee Club 9 10 11 12 Ltbranan 11 12 YOLANDA MARCANTONIO Glee Club 9 10 11 12 Band 11 12 Cheerleader 11 12 MOIRA KOVARIK Annual Staff Band 11, 12 Cheerleader 11, 1 Page Sponsor SHELLEY'S CREAMERY, Longmont Glee Club 9,10, 1 2 1, ABEL MAES Basketball 9 10 11 12 Baseball 10 11 12 Glee Club 9 10 LEWIS D1GIALLONARDO Annual staff Basketball 9 10 11 12 Baseball 10 11 12 Football 11 Glee Club 9 10 . . X XX , V Football 11, 12 12 JIM MEIKLE Basketball9 10 11 Baseball 11 12 ARLINE MORALES Glee Club 9 10 Play 9 11 STEVE MELICK Annual Staff President of '51 Basketball 1,9, 10, 11, 12 Baseball 10, 11, 12 Football 11, 12 Play 11 Glee Club 9, 10 RUDY MrLoFF Baskerba119 10 ll 12 Baseball 10 11 12 Glee Club 9 10 Play 11 DORIS PASCOFF Annual btaff S C Reprgsentatlve Llbrarlan Glee Club 9 10 ll Play 10 11 A3 'Na Page Sponsor MABREY CHEVROLET COMPANY Fort Lupton Colorado JUNE ROBELS Glee C1ub9 10 11 12 Play 9 DAN SARMLENTO Basketball 9 10 Baseball 10 Glee Club 9 Band 11 12 Play 10 11 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS RICHARD VIDAL S C Reprnsentatrve Basketbal19 10 11 12 Capt Baseball 10 11 12 ,Zn yfix' 1.41: Mn- Left to rrght Vrce Presrdem Norman Bcrtron Secretary Treasurer Claud DeC1no Presrdent Steve Melrck .Tx B HIP 'Works M Page Sponsor FORT LUPTON CANNING COMPANY L , T ' TLW MHS QMS 1 E :H 1 fr M-.X 'M V NYE, rlfk 1 HW t 1 1 0 -on" Ax' xml D mmm K olora um gf! 5 am i , ' IQ. 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SENIOR CLASS WILL OF 'Sl We the senior class of the high school of the crty of Fred errck county of Weld state of Colorado berng supposedly of 1 f s ff, sound mrrrds and memories do hereby make publish and de F' Q31 ff XJ-Hhs clare this to be our last wrll and testament hereby revokrng any sr wrll or wrlls heretofore made by us Frrst We grve and bequeath to our beloved faculty all the amazrng knowledge and startling rnformatron that we have furnished them from time to trme rn our varrous examrnatron papers If the faculty sees frt they are hereby authorized to give out such of thrs rnformatron to the world as they may feel the world rs ready to recerve Secondly To the Senior Class that rs to be any overlooked cuds of gum we may have left adhering to the undersrde of desks banrsters assembly seats or any likely or unlrkely places Emmett leaves hrs drawrng abrlrty to Leo Martrnez Hrs coaching abrlrty to Myron wrth the hope that he wrll produce a champion prng pong team Norman wrlls hrs rnterests rn the sophomore class begrnnrng next September to anyone who wants rt because hrs rnterests wrll then be in the Junior class Hrs thrck growth of whrsky he leaves to Rrchard Chavez rn hopes that he wrll become rntoxrcated wrth lrfe dear ole Rrchard Nadrne wrlls her herght to Deryl Collrer Her part time Job at the drugstore she wrlls to any one who can be as good a IERK as she was Freda wrlls her sexy cheerleadrng to Frankie qboyj Luccr To Phyllrs Frorr she gives her ex otrc eyebrows May Phyllrs cherrsh them rn such a fashron as I have Keith bequeaths hrs car Asthma to anyone who rs capable of satrsfyrng rts thirst Hrs frve daughters rn He Couldn t Marry Frve he bequeaths to Superrntendent Murphy dos hopmg that they wrll garn a true prospectrve of themselves rn the process Claudette bequeaths her nrckname Curly to Robert Vrllanr fwho gave rt to hery Her mys trc charm she wrlls to her beloved sponsor Mr Mosher Her posrtron as edrtor of the annual staff she leaves to Sam Dr Grallonardo Lewis Charles Dr Grallonardo alias Jruuor bequeaths hrs short harrcut to Paul Roledo and suggests he keep rt short To hrs brother Sam he leaves hrs abrlrty to make good grades rn Englrsh IV Helen Dr Salle wrlls her short hair to Beverly Domenico because she thinks rt would be very becomrng to her Her Job at the Gem Theater she leaves to anyone who rs rnterested rn rt Moira Kovarrk leaves her long eyelashes and the abrlrty to flutter and flrrt wrth them to Stella Sandoval She tlrrnks Stella wrll have as much fun wrth them as she has had To Edna Mae Stanke she wrlls her Tomboy Fashrons and blond streak Abe Macs leaves hrs blrndrng speed to Alfred Sedrllos rn hopes that rt wrll enable hrm to beat hrs own record to Dacono Hrs foxy ways he leaves to Deryl Collrer Yolanda Marcantonro leaves her cheerleading to Freddre Marcantonro as she thinks he wrll enjoy rt as much as she has durmg the past two years Her posrtron rn the Trio she gives to Stella Sandoval James Merkle leaves hrs basketball technrque to Leo Martinez rf he wishes to srt rt our The nrckname Hammerhead he wrlls to anyone who wrll cherish rt as much as he drd Steve Melrck leaves hrs abrlrty to thrnk to Frankre Luccr wrth a firm desrre to see hrm wrn one argument To Rrchard Chavez he wrlls hrs Job of opening the doors at school prompt ly at 8 30 a m Rudy Mrloff leaves hrs posrtron as Donald Regan the Lover rn He Couldn t Marry Frve to Freddie Marcantonro hoping that he wrll have as much fun actrng as he drd Hrs abrlrty to cook up an alrbr at a moments notrce he bequeaths upon Irm Dufour Arlene Morales leaves her long brown harr to Phyllrs Buhr To Paul Robledo she wrlls her A s m history May he be as proud of them as she was Page Sponsor POGGAS GROCREY Dacono Colorado 7 6 V, X ef V. g . 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DOXYX 335, THE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Lack of srze rnexperrence and reserves handtcapped the Warnors IH basketball th1s season However the dogged detemunauon of Coach Tesone to take the raw matertal and thus mould mg rt 1nto somethmg presentable shows real encouragement for next season Lrttleton Ft Lupton Lntleton Ft Lupton Adams Ctty Arvada St Franc1s RSg1S Lrttleton Ft Lupton L1tt1eton Ft Lupton Adams C1ty Arvada St Francxs RCg1S Re grs Er1e Johnstown Lafayette Lotusvllle Erxe Lafayette Loutsvrlle SECOND TEAM GAMES Regts Erre Johnstown Lafayette Lou1sv11le Eue Lafayette Lou1sv1lle THE FROSH TEAM Under the combmed coachtng talents of Mr Mosher and Mr enjoyed a very successtul season Brrghton Mead Ft Lupton Johnstown losrng only two of tts games A dams Cuy Bnghton Johnstown A dams C1ty Page Sponsors BOULDER VALLEN COAL COMPANY KUNER S FOODS HAVE FLAVOR' Marcantomo the Frosh team i 9" 2 I 4-'O .'?v' -,il 0 ,019 li ? 2-" Z,- 5' -1 ,F ,ja-3 vv" L 41'-'fair' ' ------- 32-59 ' -------- 32-45 . ----- 32-33 ' --------- 46-45 ' ------- 40-46 ----- 47-48 . ----- 36-37 ------ 35-62 ' ----- 54-50 ' ' ------ 45-52 --------43-30 '--------48-49 . 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' ----- 35-53 ------ 30-36 ' ------- - 42-37 ' ' ------ 30-36 Mead -------- 26-21 Erie ------ - - -27-31 ' ------ 37-30 ' ----- 29-27 --------35-33 ' -------26-36 . ----- 27-10 ---- 4 - -20-15 ------34-14 ' -----37-25 45' T5 Z L ' ' 55517, , ,, e gif - of -- I lr l f Y 5 A - Yugi WARRIORS FOOTBALL OF YORE Art Mosher fSponsorJ The follow rng story about to be unfolded rs undoubtedly new stuff to most Frederrck students today but perhaps some of the older alums who were here rn the days rmmedrately precedrng the 2nd World War wrll remember wrth nostalgra thrs tale that wrll forever remarn ched rn Frederrck football annuals The football outlook for the Warrrors back rn 1939 was not brrght All of the lettermen had graduated and there were not more than 14 freshmen werhrng over 120 pounds Coach Rockne Tesone had to do somethrng and do rt fast to snap Frederrck s 73 game losrng streak The problem possessed hrm He hardly knew where to turn One Sunday afternoon he was walkrng through some farmrng country as was hrs custom rn those days Wrestlrng wrth hrs problem of how to freld a football team he hardly notrced the passage of trme and as dusk began to descend he realrzed he had lost hrs way He whrpped out hrs Boy Scout Manual to frnd whrch srde of the tree moss grows on but before he could frnd the proper page he was aware of a huge shadow besrde hrm He looked up and there stood a great hulk of a man Coach Rockne gasped The brologrcal currosrty was at least 6 feet 7 rnches tall and werghed 350 pounds rf he werghed an ounce He wore a T shrrt and hrs muscles bulged lrke watermelons Duh h h krn I help you out mrstuh? rnqurred the fellow The Frederrck mentor never one to be slow on the draw whrpped out a form contract and sard How would you lrke to go to Frederrck sonny? Sonny wrggled one of hrs 6 rnch toes blrnked an eye and expressed hrmself beautrfully wrth a resonant Ruh h h Before the monster knew what had happened the redoubtable Warrror coach had made hrm put hrs thumb on an rnk pad Then the tremendous thumb was rmprrnted on the contract under some mrcro scoprc prrnt Coach Rockne Tesone was posrtrve he had the answer to hrs football problems now The large a Lummox Gary was hrs name rt developed was duly regrstered at Frederrck The frrst day Lummox came out to practrce he was clad only rn some crude burlap sacks A order was sent to Chrcago to have a specral football unrform made up It was more drffrcult than Rockne had supposed to teach the ape the fundamentals of football He had no conceptron of whrch drrectron to run The scrappy and game Warrror frrst lrne whrch averaged 126 112 couldn t stop the huge Gary Coach Rockne worked long and hard on the grant After erght long hard weeks of practrce the Warrrors were ready for therr frrst game wrth Loursvrlle Prrates They were confrdent because the arduous weeks had pard off Gary was set Remember Lummox the coach sard affectronately rn the pre game pep talk 200 Frederrck students wrll be up rn those stands cheerrng for you The Prrates wrll never be able to stop you so get out there for the glory of old Frederrck Lummox s mouth dropped erght rnches rn a sort of grrn and Rockne knew that he understood As the team ran out on the freld the tremendous student body of 1939 200 strong rarsed therr vorces rn a thunderous cheer Rah Rah Rah Lummox Lummox Grve them hell You re our man The Prrates won the toss anu erected to recerve Lrttle Sam krcked off for the Warrrors and rt wasn t a bad krck for Sam It just about reached the mrd freld strrpe Crusher DeBorskr Prrates full back Just got hrs hands on the ball and never knew what hrt hrm Wrth an awful rmpact Lummox Gary the tremendous ace rn the hole for the Warrrors pounced on hrm The game was delayed momentarrly as the remarns of the Prrate fullback were carrred off rn a beer mug The fans were on therr feet for rn the same motron Gary had fallen on the lost ball The ball too was completely deflated by the force of the tackle so a new one was brought rnto Plal' Page Sponsor FORT LUPTON STATE BA NK WALTERS JEWELRY Longmont Colo -v 11 V . . 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V- . . . . - , . 1 V Q I , . . 1 1 1 ' . , V I I . l 1 . , , . lt ts not necessary to go 1I1lO details of the game The Ptrates were slightly demoraltzed as they saw Z? of thetr players scraped off the fteld in ten minutes They had to forfeit There was Joy tn old I-redertek that ntglt Kickapoo Joy juice flowed like water Sam Dt Paolosky then a young man in ht early ftfttes gave away free beers The Joy was but short ltved For come Monday afternoon and football practice there was no Gary Coach Rockne had the town combed But after a week of fruitless search there was sttll no Gary For three more weeks there was still no Gary Somehow the team managed to wtn anyway B fore every game the coach would face the squad with tears tn hts eyes and say Lets win this one for lttmmox But the big Ilomecomtng game with the Lafayette Bobcats was coming up and the Warriors had no chance without Gary C oach Rockne had beeome a ehanged man stttce the mysterious dtsappearanee of Lummox Cary Ile hardly ate hts face beeame ltned and hts hatr was rapidly turning Murphy ra The day be fore the Ilomee omtng game the eoaeh went out to play some golf fin I ongmonty hop tng tt wottld relax htm Ile wasn t having one of hts better days He had a treat 31 for4 holes 3 the ftfth hole he shot a tremendous drive that hooked at the last minute and went off tnto the rough 'Its Seotcn blcod botltng at the thought of losing a ball Tesone went wading tnto the rough tn pttrsutt of the pellet Ile stopped de ad tn hts tracks There eurled up under a tree was Lummox all of htm And rtght beside htm was a coed beauty a skirt Lummox was running hts ktng stze fingers through her hatr and he had a stupid grttt on hts face Tesone s face turned an tndescrtbable color somewhere between purple and green Lummox he screamed lummox slowly raised an eyebrow saw the coach and blushed actually blushed btg enough to htt Lummox over the head with I ve been right here eoaeh replied Gary duttfully I m I m Qand even the wtnd stopped blowtng before thts epic pronouncementj I m 111 love lf Tesone thought he was dumbfounded when he heard these words he mllsl have been really stun ned when the ape eonttnued hts soltloquy And and I m a quttttng football eoaeh my gu here wont leave me play Rockne stood there for a moment Forgotten was hts lost golf ball suddenly something snapped tn hts bratn A horrtble scream fTesone sj split the Colorado atr You you you WOLF he shrieked and ranchers as far aw ay as Estes Park loaded thetr guns as hts cry went echotng thru the htlls What happened just then tn the rough bestde the ftfth hole at the Longmont golf course ts not clear tn htstortcal records But here ts the common legend for what tt ts worth Lummox Gary always one to take hts coach s words literally stood stock still for an tnstant Then a horrtble look came tnto hts eyes He stamped a foot and the earth shook under the tmpact Wtth a look of a man possessed by the devtl he satd tn a low voice O K tf you say so coach There were tears tn the monster s eyes But hts course was clear tn hts mind Ile drew up a trememdous breath of atr IUIO hts lungs a bolt of lightning struck the spot where they were standtng and nothing remained except a huge bronze statue of a wolf Maintenance men found tt the next morning Police records sttll ltst the mysterious disappearance of Coach Tesone Lummox Cary and one Gladys Aebly But all those who know of thts story know what happened Somemourntng htgh schoolmen cartedthe statue from the golf course and erected tt tn front of the football fteld And there to thts day stands Lummox Cary the greatest football player tn the htstory of Frederick High perpetuated tn bronze at the word uf hts coach You n ay not believe thts story but any stormy ntght tf you wtsh to go to the football fteld and watch you wtll notice that every ttme a bolt of lightning lights the sky the bronze Warrior wtll curl hts ltps tn a wtstful smile Football players may come and football coaches may go but the legend of Lummox Gary and coach Tesone the coach who meant what he satd wtll ltve on forever ftms Page Sponsors BEATRICE FOODS, MEA DOW GOLD PRODUCTS Denver ' iw 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 I f 1 ' 1' 1 1 ' I ' 1 V 1 1. 1 ' ' ' I 's ' 1. 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'f fa- 5 1 ' X 7 Page Sponsors Fust row MaJor Remy D Chapman IULUIS REVIELLE Second row Me1k1e Thompson Bev TRI TOWN PHARMACY Domemco D Pascoff IUNIOR PLAY Fusr row EdnaM Stanske Stella Sandoval Phy111sBuhr Bem1ceSabados Phylhs Flon Second row M1ssAeb1y Jxm Dufour D Colher Frank11nZade1 M1ke De Sanus Sam D1Gxa1lonardo Sarmrento Kirkmeyer Perez Warembourg Thxrd row Tofoya Euan V111an1, De C1.no G amboa Para Jackson Sappmb on Thompson Vallen Valleen Marcantonro Fourth row Dufour Sekrch Thompson Prnonr Domen co Frgure 1 Sarm en o Fer Phoutrrdes P3 ITIS! Sarmiento Sedrlho Newcomb Alvarado Stugar Merkle Bourne F fth row Luque Gary Hur ado Phoutr de CHC Tag dez an .1t, ' ' i .' ' . . . z , . , ' . , it.. li, i. z I ., .. .' , .' ' , L , , . i 1 , r, ' , , , ", , 1 ' , - n , lit, is. The Operetta Cmderella Up To Date was presented By Mr Gary on February 9th 1951 c awe fwwt by an OSS agent It was a beautrful nrght rn Frederrck on the 13th of Aprrl The wrnd was howlrng and the dust was as thrck as Mrs Murphy spea soup At the halls of Frederrck Hrgh rn Frederrck a lone frgure was seen by a few mamuana students as he entered the hrgh school burldrng The wrnd howled and the students stumbled across the road and were helped rnto an automobrle by a few of therr brothers The lone frgure who had entered the burldrng turned on a lrght rn hrs offrce of the Scrence Dept He opened a book and began to read between nrps of cough medrcrne Suddenly there was a horrrble scream and the offrce lrght was turned out A chokrng norse followed and then hrdeous laughter rang through the halls ofthe empty burldrng But thrs norse fell on no outsrde ear and only the srlence of a small Colorado tomado could b heard Mornrng came to Frederrck Hrgh and ,lanrtor Uack Walshj was busy prckrng bottles off of the lawn unaware of the grrm tragedy that was soon to be beheld The janrtor havrng gathered up all of the bottles entered the burldrng to clean out the rooms The work went smoothly untrl a shout of Mama Mra rang through the corrrdors A grrm face Janrtor was soon wrtness to a crrme beyond all horror There hangrng by hrs feet hrs head rn one corner of the room hrs bloodv arms rn a waste paper basket was Dr Murphy After the mrnor tragedx had calmed down Inspector Beastly head of Weld county Gang Page Sponsor MARTHA MAPLE BEAUTY SHOP Busters was on the scene to study the case wrth care Dr Murphy had been shot rn the back of the head knrfed strangled porsoned drsmembered and hrs shoes had been untred Inspector Beastly then sard What a Beastly crrme Any practrcal joker who would untre a man s shoes should be shot rn the eyelrds Then he contrnued to search for clues Strckrng out of the dead man s back was a knrfe wrth the rnrtrals C K Near the wrndow was an axe wrth the rnrtrals C K Caught on a narl on the wrndow srll was a prece of materral wrth the cleanrng mark C K Inspector Beastly pondered over the clues and frnally shouted Why Jn the hell was I born P A handsome man wrth a sunburnt nose and horned rrmmed glasses sard Dr Kusrck of the Scrence dept has the rnrtrals of C K Wunderbar shouted Inspector Beastly vrho was an old student of Frederrck Hrgh A small group of shabbrly dressed polrce led by Inspector Beastly frn a tweed surty soon were rn the Scrence Room Shhh shouted Beastly A cop replred I see you had a date wrth Currre last nrte No I tore my pants on a narl Beastly replred Water was heard runmng rn a srnk rn the far comer of a room where fraudulent fossrls were made by Junrorstudents Beastlv peered around a corner and there was Dr Kusrck rn the process of washrng starns from hrs vest Ah l-Ia crred Beastly as he drew hrs 45 whrch was caught on a thread rn hrs pocket The gun went off rn Beastly s pocket and a prle of plaster fossrls fell on hrm The cops all beat Dr Kusrck was now rn control of the srtuatron and so Beastly was pruned down by the tremendous stomach of Kusrck Dr Kusrck qurckly called two bearded students and soon In spector Beastly was wearrng a plaster top coat made of a playtex rubber Before he knew rt he was berng whrsked to a deep lake The get away car was long and black and could not be seen hrdden rn the bushes But fate had rt that Beastly was not to dre that day As the Junror students led by Dr Kusrck were about to throw Beastly rnto the lake a great cry arose from the bushes Then twenty freshmen students dashed to the lake yellrng Down wrth the scrence students they re tryrng to break up our beer bust The mad screntrst dashed to the get away car but rt was too late The freshmen were all Vellrng Save them for later and we ll throw them rn the sump Beastly was chrseled out of hrs rubber playtex by broken beer bottles He soon had control of the srtuatron but the freshmen wouldn t let hrm go There was only one thrng to do he shot the freshmen fand got 10 cents a prece for therr hrdesj Soon all of hrs valrant cops arrrved on the scene not because of hrs perrl but because they heard about the free beer Beastly strung up the culprrt by the feet and threatened further vrolence rf he drdn t talk Soon Dr Kusrck broke down and confessed fle had krllcd Dr Murphy because he was tryrng to horn rn on hrs Audrovrsual money for next year Beastly was now satrsfredand he obtarned a wrrtten confessron from the mad doctor The doctor recerved a sentence of two years hrs assrst ants each got one year and Dr Murphy s body was stuffed and sewn together and rs now on drs play rn the Anthropology Museum rn Washrngton Beastly rs now runnrng for senator wrth the slogan Crrme Does Not Pay Frnrs Page Sponsor MR. and MRS RALPH LE PORE Y b I I . n ' . l n l D I I I I I . . 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'w WO XX xx XX "5 i 4, a W? fn vi '43 1 up 'p 9 You don't have to be a baseball fan to cfggg ' 4 ' ff-4 V - . 4 Q ' Q appreciate how the Mudville spectators felt when I ' - ' 4 rr - 11 - . - " V I ' .mighty Casey came to bat in the crucial ninth 1- . . ' h , N' ike? inning. 1 - ' A y ',, U I r A . - I fs 1 ,29 "392'uZf' a 4 , , 12 ., 4 W x. ,Q I 1 :KW 4 ll 5, f ' -. .gif vp s gg Kasey at the gllf s pl ' by ERNEST L. THAYER ' X 'Q ' 4. . " f The outlook wasn't brilliant for the Mudville nine that dayg iraq - r - ' ' 1 T The score stood four to two with but one inning more to play' And so when Cooney died at first and Burrows did the same A sickly silence fell upon the patrons of the game A stragglmg few got up to go in deep despair The rest Clung to the hope which springs eternal in the human breast They thought if only Casey could but get a whack at that They d put up even money now with Casey at the bat 6 But Flynn preceded Casey as did also jimmy Blake And the former was a pudding and the latter was a fake 1 So upon that stricken multitude grim melancholy sat For there seemed but little chance of Caseys getting to the bat But Flynn let drive a single to the wonderment of all And Blake the much despised tore the cover off the ball And when the dust had lifted and they saw what had occurred There was Jimmy safe on second and Flynn a hugging third Then from the gladdened multitude went up a joyous yell lt bounded from the mountain top and rattled in the dell It struck upon the hillside and recoiled upon the flat For Casey mighty Casey was advancing to the bat There was ease in Casey s manner as he stepped into his place There was pride in Caseys bearing and a smile on Caseys face And when responding to the cheers he lightly dofled his hat No stranger in the crowd could doubt twas Casey at the bat Ten thousand eyes were on him as he rubbed his hands with dirt Five thousand tongues applauded when he wiped them on his shirt Then while the writhxng pitcher ground the ball into his hip Defiance gleamed in Casey s eye a sneer curled Casey s lip A Mfaamwams-all ,Ml -vW,afasvw 'S ,. r- Q ,Q s , , if 'tl 1 9 r A ' fl' , . - 5 4. i iff! 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Q With a smile of Christian charity great Casey's visage shoneg He stilled the rising tumult he bade the game go on He signaled to the pitcher and once more the spheroxd flew But Casey still ignored it and the umpire said Strike two Fraud' cried the maddened thousands and the echo answered Frau But a scornful look from Casey and the audience was awed They saw his face grow stern and cold they saw his muscles strain And they knew that Casey wouldn t let that ball go by again The sneer is gone from Casey s lips his teeth are clenched in h te He pounds with cruel violence his bat upon the plate And now the pitcher holds the ball and now he lets it go And now the air is shattered by the force of Casey s blow Oh somewhere in this favored land the sun is shining bright The band is playing somewhere and somewhere hearts are light And somewhere men are laughing and somewhere children shout But there is no joy in Mudville-mighty Casey has struck out ,. 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