Hershey High School - Choclatier Yearbook (Hershey, PA)

 - Class of 1929

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Page 87 text:

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H THE CHOCL TIER l i l l la! I F2 f U l . . l in R , 1 l , 5 l a i, W Back Row---left to right' -Mr. Palmgren Ccoachl, Williavn Landis, Glenn Stover. Clyde Yerger. Hugh Baker. Galen Aucker, julio Purcell. Victor Tinney fManagerH. front row---lcft to right -- Walter Bistline, ' Roy Long, Glenn Hummer, Floyd Deppen, Charles Hess, Harry Zimmerman, Tate Robertson. Lower Dauphin County Ch3mp1OHS Retain Title p l W J, THIS is the second consecutive year Hershey High has held the title to the Lower Dauphin County ' Championship. During the season this team ran up a total often victories out of twelve games played. This record is one of the best ever made by any Baseball Team of this school. With a neucleus of nine letter men the team was soon moulded into shape. Their first game with Hummelstown proved to be very successful. During the remainder of the season this team met with but two X defeatsg one at the hands of Middletown and the other to Oberlin. The brand of ball displayed on the diamond revealed the type of players this school had backing its titles. The spirit manifested hy Manager Q5 Tinney, Captain Aucker and Coach Palmgren enabled this team to go through a very successful season. -r l THE SEASONS RECORD ' l l Hershey . . . 2 Hummelstown. . Hershey, . Q Dauphin ..... . Hershey, . . 7 Lower Paxton . . Hershey, . . . 8 Susquehanna. . . Hershey, . . . 6 Middletown. . . . . . Hershey, . , . . I4 Dauphin ..... . . . . Hershey. . . , 6 Hummelstown. . , . . Hershey, , . , . 4 Lower Paxton . . Hershey .,,. Q Oberlin ..... , . Hershey, , . i 4 Susquehanna. . Hershey. . . . . s Middletown. . . Hershey ..,.. , . , . . , 6 Oberlin. . . . . . . Totals Hershey ....... . . 72. Totals Opponents ..... ........ 2. 2. Q 1, - Z , , ' X .. 1 9 2 f si e- ill U L O 2 A sl W' X ' f , , X v- 1 A . - , nunnnuunnuuunuuuuniuuuuuuuummumnmmuuumnunmuumunuu 3 HQIIIIIIIIIUIIIllllllllllll IIIIIIIQIllIlIllIllllIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllll Sixty-Two



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as -I L 4 75 V. . " ' li. 'f' , .r H, - , hx f 4-, Q, "-f-1'- v wr Q 1 S Yer., .N , 4-.AN F! ff V QQ Q T XQX 4 THE CHOCL TIER Qur 'Team y Of teams developed in Hershey High, Are treasured memories that ne'er will die. The sturdy wearers of orange and blue Displayed to others what they could do. Clean sportsmanship is always taught, To every player without naught. J Play to the finish, hard but sim. Is the advice that is given to every team. The trophies on the shelves do show, , That our athletic teams are not so slow. They furnished the school with quite a name, And placed their records in the book of fame. In basketball there is always a race. But my, no school keeps up with our pace. , The victories can be the only reason, For such a great successful season. The personnel of this great sport, Are clean players, strong, and all that sort. They always keep the game in mind, For such a quintet is hard to find. if , Sponaugle at center. is just the one, To keep "Blondy Baker" on the run. He goes high in the air and taps the ball, F f i J K 4 i li T J' With seemingly little effort at all. T Now "Zimmie," the captain, and Deppen too, Are flashy guards that know what to dog ' While "Frankie" and Hummer at forwards so well, In making all their efforts tell. s 2 But Coach Palmgren with increasing fame, Has taught this team to play the game. To him forever the credit beams, For he produced these winning teams. ' l if 9 2 f has f Q 2 e it -QQ - li m um nu n1nmInImmllullllmllmmllmum nnnmunu lllllllll ll lllllllllll U I mu llllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllill llll I i ' " I Sixty-Four -H6 ' ...fe 5 Af T .- 4 Tl 'I .N - E 1 E ' r ...gi .ggi

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