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Page 17 text:
The Dickenson System was used this year,
and of the five schools having teams,--
Jacksontown, Etna, Kirkersville, Sum it, and
Union--Summit rated highest with no losses.
Jacksontown lost one, and Etna followed close
with only two losses.
Back row: Cantlebaryg Deang Hopkinsg
O. Stiresg Cunninghamg W. Stiresg Ijamsg and
Front row: Turnerg Morrisong Wagyg
Co-Captains Scully and Geigerg Orrg and Shoaf
Absent: Schultzg Houckg and Manager
HAYNES BROS. - JEWELERS
Page 16 text:
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America's game of football, with its thrills and spills, luck and
pluck, reached a high peak this year. Each school should look back
over the season with a feeling of satisfaction and with great hopes for
the year ahead. The spirit to give and take alike, sportsmanship, the
virtue of the true American athlete, was well displayed by our county's
Granville, with its best team for a number of years, led in the
title race. The Blue Aces had an unusually well-balanced team for
county competition, finishing the season undefeated and untied.
Hartford placed second with five victories, one tie, and one de-
First row: Stiner, Robinson, Young, lcCo11um, Orr, Buesman, Cates.
Second row: Arnold, Tavener, J. Jones, 0. Jones.
Third row: Gosnell, Burris, Leach, Keller, Jobs, Kacbiarmid,
Bmickels, Wright, Holden, Bob McConnell, Coach.
Fourth row: Faller, Oxley, Colburn, Walsh, Welsh, Daniels, Kennedy,
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Page 18 text:
The Licking County Basketball championship
was again returned to Granville High School for
the third consecutive season. The Blue Aces
won 16 games and lost 2 games. Both games were
lost to Class A teams. Granville also made a
good showing for Licking County at the District
Tournament, winning their first two games, but
losing to the strong Upper Arlington quintet.
The Dickinson rating.system was used to
determine the championship team. Granville was
on top with an index number of 26.6. The other
three teams to represent Licking County at the
District Tournament were Sum it, second,w1th an
index number of 22.63 Utica, third, with 20.65
and Hebron, fourth, with 20.
Orval Jones Carl Jones
Jack Jones Charles Young
Dale Gosnell Philip Oxley
Charles Stiner Raymond Jones
John Tavener Bruce Brickels
Robert McConnell, Coach
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