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Frantz L. Keeling Fife Em TOR in -Chief Business Manager Richard Miller Asst. Bus. Mgr. T. Thayer Rhodes Associate EtHTOr Eldon Biadshd ' w Mrs. Mgr. Paris Bell, Jr. Associate Em to Eugene Fogle song Art Editor Leonard Clay Snapshots Paul McNeer Asst. Sub. Mgr. Professor A. C. Blackwell Vacuity Advisor VjJk f ■ is X ft 10 ' III 1 c me. ' rV rkJf l Vjj NJl . FAC U LT Y Faculty HARRY F. TOOTHMAN Dean Professor of Psychology Morris Harvey College; B.A. West Virginia University; M.A. Columbia University. WILMA CROW TOOTHMAN ASHBY C. BLACKWELL Professor of English California Normal; B.A. Waynesburg Col- lege; M.A. Columbia University. Professor of Chemistry B.A., M.A. Randolph-Macon College; Grad- uate Student Princeton University; University of Chicago. Page 18 Faculty M. G. PANCiLE Professor of Social Sciences B.A. Emory and Henry College; M.A. University of North Carolina. E. LOULA McNEER PANCiLE Professor of Mathematics B.A. Randolph-Macon Womans College; M.A. Columbia University; Graduate Student University of Chicago. Page 20 Faculty MISS GENEVIEVE GARRETTE Piano and Voice B.M. Hollins College; Student of Eric Rath and Alfred Cornell, New York. MRS. EDWARD ALLEN MACK Assistant in Piano Graduate Oxford College, North Carolina; Student of Arthur Kraft, New York. MRS. LOUISE STEVENSON Dean of Women Page 21 F acuity MISS FLORENCE E. SPIKER Librarian MRS. D. L. ALTIZER Secretary to President MISS GLADYS KNIGHT Assistant Librarian Page 24 Seniors kester epling, b.a. Barboursvii.ee, W. Va. M. H. Academy ’25; Varsity Baseball ’24-’25- ' 26 ; Phi Delta Orator 25; Business Manager of Comet 22- 23; Literary Editor of Comet 26- 27; Ed- itor Harveyan ’27; Ancient Phi Del- tan’28; Representative Intercollegiate Press Association ’27- ' 28 ; Editor Comet ’28; Historian Scribblers’ Lit- erary Club ’26-’27; Cast Senior Play. ALICE FLOYD, B.A. Huntington, W. Va. Graduate Huntington High School, Graduate Standard Normal Course, Marshall College Page 28 FLORENCE HOWARD, B.A. Point Pleasant, W. Va. Point Pleasant High School; Marshall College; Ohio University; Assembly Training School, Richmond, Va.; Life Service Group; Y.W. C. A.; Cast Senior Play. CALVERT LESLIE KELLEY, B.A. Hamlin, W. Va. Morris Harvey Academy ’24; Pierian Literary Society; Waiters’ Club; Y. M. C. A. Secretary ’24-’25, President ’26-’27 ; Delegate to Intercollegiate Y. M. C. A. Regional Convention ’27; Scribblers’ Literary Club ’25-’26-’27- 28, Secretary ’27-’28 ; Life Service Group President 26-’27, Vice-Presi- dent ’25-’26; Debating Team ’27-’ 28; Comet Staff ' 27- 28 ; Cast Senior Play. Page 29 c. H. KELLEY, B.A. Milton , W. Va. Member Ministerial Association M! " ’19- ' 20- ' 21- ' 22 ; President V M. I • A. 19’ Delegate to Silver Bay • • A Conference 19; Scribblers Liter- ary Club; President of Life Service Group ' 20; Cheer Leader 19- 21- President of Pierian Literary Society ' 21; Distinguished Service CI uh - Debating Team ' 20- ' 22- ' 2«; President of Morris Harvey Entertainers 2 • HORTENSE KING, B.A. Barboursvili.e, W. Va. Graduate Academy 23; Phil Oelta Literary Society ; Graduate o(Mum D epartment ' 24; Member of In-State Club ' 24- ' 25-’26 ; Dramatic Club 24- ’25- Vice-President Junior Class 26, Cast Senior Play. M. I. LEE, B.A. Huntington, W. Va. SALLY LONG, B.A. Barboursville, W. Va. Teacher Huntington High School. Morris Harvey Academy ’25; Phi Del- ta Literary Society ’26-’27 ; Secretary Junior Class ’27; Secretary Senior Class ’28; Basketball ’27-’ 28; Cast Senior Play; Tri-State Club. T. THAYER RHODES, B.S. Spencer, W. Va. Spencer High School ' 23; Normal Training ' 24; President Student Body, Nforris Harv ' ey College ' 21 -2% 1 Pres, dent Senior Class ' 28; President Jun- ior Class ' 27; Chairman Lyceum Com- mittee ' 27- 28 ; Associate Editor Har- vevan ' 27- ' 28; Cast Senior Play; De- legate Chi Beta Phi Convention 28, Basketball ' 26- ' 27- ' 28 ; Baseball 26, Football 25- ' 26- ' 27; Athletic Com- mittee ' 21-2 % ; Varsity Club 25-26- ' 21 ' Vice-President Varsity Club 2 . TRUBV VANCE, B.A. Barboursville, W. Va. Morris Harvey Academy 24 ; Phi Del ta Literary Society Secretary 25-26. President 26- 27 ; Tri-State Club 25- 26 Cast Scribbler-Alpha Mu Play •25- 26 ; Choral Club 25-’26 ; Harveyan Staff 26-’27; Vice-President Senior Class ' 21-2% ; Basketball ’27-’28 ; Cast Senior Play. Page 32 Rumors Junior Glass Motto: “Carpe Diem ' Colors: Crimson and Silver Flower: American Beauty Rose OFFICERS Cecil G. Frantz Ora Wintz Julia Chapman - Miss Genevieve Garrette President - Vice-President Secretary • T reasurer Sponsor MEMBERS Paris Bell, Jr. Mary Binforo Wallace Burns Merle Calfee Leonard Clay Julia Chapman Keeling Fife Mary Fisher Eugene Foglesong Cecil G. Frantz Edith Hopson Mattie McNeer Paul McNeer Lelia Nutter Alyce Thompson Ora Wintz Rebecca Wiseman Pagk 36 Sophomore Class OFFICERS Stuart A. Richard L. Miller Eldon G. Bradshaw Professor E. M. Fulton - President - Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor MEMBERS Frank Arritt M argaret Ben ford Eldon G. Bradshaw Fred Caton Sallie Fife Stuart A. Gose Chester Hager Lee Hodson A. W. Hoover Nell Jimison Belva Lambert Richard L. Miller Constance Oakley Floyd Pribble Lillian Riddel Kyle Sawyers Edward Smith T. R. Williams Steve Zelazo Page 39 Pace 40 Freshman Class Motto! “Look to the end, laugh, labor and love. D Colors: Rose and Silver Flower: bellow lea Rose OFFICERS _ President Violet Rose Smith _ Vice-President Ted Robinette Paul Bole Secretary-Treasurer President Robert Ruff Sponsor Malcolm R. Arnold Paul Bole Frank G. Buckley Vivian Coone George E. Clark, Jr. Orpha Mae Claypool Jesse Marion Cyrus Myron Drummond Ruby Elkins John Raymond Ellis Rom Johnson Ellis Evelyn Louise France Willard Lynn Fuller Edward Lee Galaspie Seaborn Taft Griffith Arnet H arold Hager Lesti.e Hager Maxine H. Harmon MEMBERS Eui.a Elizabeth Hash Carl Ray Hedinger Blanche M. Hollister Olive Mae Hopson Gladys Knight Myrtle Lambert Joseph W. Lanford Cebert C. Lee Harry Lee Lemon Wilmer Lewis Everette A. Mason Calm a May Laurel Frank May Eliza F. Musgrave Lora Nunley Neal Dwight L. Pauley Sarah F. Pennybacker Ray Perkins Franklin G. Plybon James B. Reynolds Olive Riggleman Ted Robinette Violet Rose Smith Walter Staples James B. Thompson Hubert L. Thornburg B. A. Vallandingham Ruby Virginia Wallace Hansford Edwin Welch John Crittenden Wells Clara B. Williams Roy Wimmer James Henry Woods Earl Wysong Beale John Yoak Glendon W. Yoak Henry Frank Young Page 42 Page 46 Page 44 ITlrraorir Page 46 Harveyan Staff CECIL G. FRANTZ Editor T. THAYER RHODES Associate Editor PARIS BELL, JR. Associate Editor EUGENE FOGLESONG Art Editor LEONARD CLAY Snapshots KEELING FIFE Business Manager RICHARD MILLER Assistant Business Manager ELDON BRADSHAW Assistant Business Manager TRUBY VANCE Subscription Manager PAUL McNEER Assistant Subscription Manager PROFESSOR A. C. BLACKWELL F acuity Advisor Page 48 F Page 49 Comet Staff K ESTER EPLING Rebecca Wiseman Gladys Knight - Eldon Bradshaw Editor - Society Editor Neics Editor Sport Editor Arnet Hager - Carl Hedinger - Mary Fisher Calvert Kelley Walter Staples Beale Yoak MANAGERS - Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Circulation Manager - Advertising Manager - Assistant Advertising Manager - Assistant Advertising Manager reporters Floyd Pribble, Paul McNeer, Glendon oak Carl Hedinger, Staff Photographer Page 50 JR Page 51 Alpha Mu Sorority OFFICERS President Merle Calfee _ - Vice-President Rebecca Wiseman _ - Secretary Mary Fisher - - - Treasurer Mattie McNeer - Mrs. H. F. Tooth man - - Advisor MEMBERS active Mary Binford Merle Calfee Julia Chapman Sallie Fife Mary Fisher Nell Jimison Mattie McNeer Lelia Nutter Alyce Thompson Truby Vance Ora Wintz Rebecca Wiseman alumni Mrs. Cecil Andrews Pauline Caton Virginia Funk Mrs. David Kirby Mary McClure Mrs. Doris Ross Mary Elizabeth Thornburg Mary Woods Page 52 Beta Kappa Fraternity FOUNDED IN 1923 OFFICERS Paris Bell, Jr. President Lee Hodjon Pice-President H. L. Clay, Jr. Secretary-Treasurer FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Eldon Bradshaw L. Keeling Fife Cecil CL Frantz Stuart Gose Arnet Hager Lestle Hager Carl Hedinger William Paul McNeer Floyd Pribble Fed Robinette Stephen Zei.azo C. N. Fannin John Fife Frank Hager FRATRES IN URBE Herbert Lantz Wendell Ribblett Doyle Yoak FRATRES IN FACULTATE A. C. Blackwell E. M. Fulton Page 54 Page 55 Chi Beta Phi Scientific Fraternity FOUNDED IN 1916 Epsilon Chapter Established in 1923 Fratres in Facilitate A. C. Blackwell R. J. Yoak H. F. Tooth man Fratres in Paris Bell Jr. Wallace E. Burns H. L. Clay, Jr. Collegia L. Keeling Fife Cecil G. Frantz T. Thayer Rhodes Fratres in Ur be John T. Fife Frank E. Hager J. Doyle Yoak Page 57 Scribblers’ Literary Club F rat res in Collegia Paul McNeer Eugene Foglesong Calvert L. Kelley - Keeling Fife - Chelcie Kelley - President - Vice-President Secretary - Treasurer - Historian Paris Bell, Jr. K ESTER E FLING Cecil G. Frantz Lee Hudson FACULTY ADVISOR Mrs. H. F. Tooth man FRATRES IN FACULTATE President Robert H. Ruff Professor A. C. Blackwell Professor M. G. Pangle Professor Leonard Riggleman Professor H. F. Tooth man Professor R. J. Yoak FRATRES IN UR BE Chester N. Fannin John T. Fife Page 58 v UoO±qJ. Page 59 The Debating Club Eugene Foglesong Edward L. Galaspie Mattie McNeer OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary MEMBERS Z. C. Adkins Leonard Clay Kester C. Epling Ruby Elkins Eugene Foglesong Calvert Kelley Chelcie Kelley Mattie McNeer Paul McNeer Kyle Sawyers Edward Galaspie COACHES Miss Florence E. Spiker Dean H. F. Toothman Mrs. H. F. Toothman Leonard Riggleman Page 61 1st Semester Cecil G. Frantz Thayer Rhodes Eldon Bradshaw Varsity Club OFFICERS 2nd Semester - - President Eldon Bradshaw - Vice-President Donald Linkous Secretary-Treasurer Floyd Pribble MEMBERS Paris Bell, Jr. Paul Bole Eldon Bradshaw Gordon Buckley Wallace Burns Cecil G. Frantz Erwin Giesecke Stuart Gose Lestle Hager Donald Linkous Paul McNeer Richard Miller Royce G. Monaghan Lyman Pauley Floyd Pribble Thayer Rhodes Kyle Sawyers Edward G. Smith Roy Wimmer Henry Young Steve Zelazo HONORARY MEMBERS Professor A. C. Blackwell Coach E. M. Fulton Page 62 Page 63 Life Service Group C. L. Kelley Florence Howard - Mary Fisher - Dr. R. J. Yoak OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary- T reastirer Faculty Advisor Paris Bell, Jr. Mary Fisher Grover Flowers L. E. Galaspie Lee Hodson Florence Howard MEMBERS T. R. Williams A. W. Hoover C. H. Kelley C. L. Kelley Ray Perkins Olive Riggleman Kyle Sawyers Page 64 Y. M. G. A OFFICERS Lee Hodson - Paul McNeer - Ted Robinette President Pice-President Secretary- T reasurer FACULTY ADVISORS Professor L. Riggleman Professor M. G. Pangle COMMITTEE Paris Bell, Jr. Kyle Sawyers T. R. Williams Page 66 Page 67 Y. W. G. A OFFICERS Mary Fisher Rebecca Wiseman .... Margaret Benford - Violet Smith Mrs. Louise Stevenson " President - Pice-President - Secretary - T reasurer Faculty Advisor COMMITTEE Merle Calfee Rebecca Wiseman Virginia Wallace Page 68 Page 69 Harveyan Popularity Contest T. Thayer Rhodes - Ora Wintz Eugene Fcglesong - Florence Howard - Cecil G. Frantz Mary Fisher Eldon Bradshaw Mary Fisher Stuart Gose Lillian Riddel Laurel May, Virginia Wallace - T. Thayer Rhodes - Ora Wintz K ESTER C. EpLING Florence Howard - Earl Wysong Malcolm Arnold Frank Leslie Arritt - Professor A. C. Blackwell - - Handsomest Man Prettiest Girl - Most Intellectual Man Most Intellectual Woman - Representative College Man Representative College Woman - Most Popular Man - Most Popular Woman The Sheik The Campus Flirt Couple Most In Love Rest Athlete (Man) - Rest Athlete (Woman) - Most Eccentric Person Most Studious Person Laziest Person - Greenest Freshman Most Friendly Person Most Progressive Faculty Member Page 70 Athletic Review The pest school year has shown conclusively that Morris Harvey College has begun to come to the front in athletics. Much has been accomplished that was hitherto visionary. A few years ago most of us were dreaming of the time when we might win most of the games in each branch of athletics. T his dream has, to a certain extent, been realized, for this year has brought us our share of games won in football, a good standing in the conference in basketball, and, with the baseball season coming on as this book goes to press, we have the best outlook for a successful )ear in athletics in the history of the College. Under the direction of the Athletic Association, all officers of which are elected from the student body at large, the financial aspects of athletics have taken on a new form. This organization has charge of the finances and the publicity given to athletics, and we believe that much will be accomplished within the next year. A great deal of recognition that has been gained this year in athletics is due to the splendid way in which the faculty and the college at large have supported our teams. With this kind of spirit within her walls Morris Harvey is sure to get ahead, and another year should find us nearer the goal of having the best athletic teams in the state of West Virginia. To Coach E. M. “Brownie” Fulton goes the lion’s share of our praise. Without question he has done more than his part as a coach to bring the college to the front in athletics. Through him many new athletes have been drawn to our school. Beyond a doubt “Brownie” Fulton is one of the best coaches in the state, and he has proved this fact by the teams he has built from the practically green material that has come to him. Graduation takes from our college this year an athlete who for the past three seasons, has been a great aid in winning games for the “Golden Eagles ’ I his is T. Thayer Rhodes, who was a great halfback in football, a heavy scorer as a forward in basketball, and a good baseball player. Morris Harvey will miss him, but expects great things from him should he enter the coaching field. We are sorry also to lose ex-captain Monaghan of the 1927 football team. Graduation does not remove lum from us, but “Monty” has expressed the desire to return home to the cotton fields of the Lone Star State. The other stars of the gridiron, court, and diamond will don the uniform next season and continue to carry on for Morris Harvey as they did the past season. Page 72 Football Review The Golden Eagles deserve praise for their achievements the past football season. The St. Xavier game started the Eagles flying high. Though the game was not won by them, the final score being 39-6, the team displayed class and made a good showing against the opponents, as is evidenced by the results of other games played by St Xavier. During the season the Golden Eagles played eight games. Of this number three were victories, four were defeats, and one was a tie. Morehead, Rio Grande and New River, old rivals of Morris Harvey, were the teams defeated. St. Xavier, Glen- ville Normal, Kentucky Wesleyan and West Liberty won from Morris Harvey in closely contested games. The tie, which should have been a victory for the Eagles, was played with Bluefield College. Each man on the team deserves individual praise for his support of the team, his clean sportsmanship and his devoted loyalty to Morris Harvey. Captain Monaghan, for his leadership of the Eagles, won a place not only in the hearts of the men on the team but in the hearts of every student in the college. Eldon Bradshaw, captain-elect, will lead the Fulton men next year. With the return of most members of this year’s team, a victorious season is predicted. It is with much regret that we lose “Dusty” Rhodes and Captain Monaghan. Fate finds “Dusty” listed with the graduating class and “Monty” is Texas bound. 1 he season is now a fond memory, but we look forward to the dawning of a new day, when the Golden Eagles of Morris Harvey will soar even higher than they did this season. Face 74 Varsity Football Record September 24 St. Xavier - 39 Morris Harvey 6 October 1 Ky. Wesleyan - 14 Morris Harvey 0 October 8 Morehead Normal - 0 Morris Harvey - - 81 October 15 Rio Grande 0 Morris Harvey - - 32 October 22 New River State 0 Morris Harvey - - 14 October 29 Glenville Normal 9 Morris Harvey 6 November 5 Bluefield College 0 Morris Harvey 0 November 12 West Liberty - 13 Morris Harvey 6 1928 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE September 15 Transylvania College - There September 22 Alderson Junior College - H ome September 29 Morehead Normal There October 6 B road d us College - There October 13 Eastern Ky. Normal - There October 20 New River State - October 26 Marshall College - November 3 West Liberty Normal - November 9 Fairmont Normal - November 17 Concord College - Charleston November 24 Bluefield College - - Home Page 76 Basketball Review A survey of the past basketball season shows that Morris Harvey’s Golden Eagles completed a very successful year. Out of twenty-three games played, fourteen were victories. A record of the conference games played shows eight victories and five de- feats. New River, Concord, Marshall, Broaddus and Alderson were losers to the Eagles. Davis and Elkins, Potomac State, Marshall and New River are the teams to whom the Golden Eagles bowed their heads in defeat. Davis and Elkins had one of the best teams in the state, having lost only to Salem College, the state champions. Potomac State and Marshall also had excellent teams. 1 he outstanding feature of the season was the winning of two out of three games from Marshall College, old time rival of Morris Harvey; and by these victories the Eagles soared to sublime heights, becoming champions of Southern West Virginia. “Dusty” Rhodes was high point man for the season, with George Clark as a close second. Clark was the high point man of a single game. Steve Zelazo, by his spectacular dribbling, thrilled the crowds and proved a very valuable man for the Eagles, “Buster” Burns, captain of the team, deserves much praise for his able leadership. His teammates won the whole-hearted admiration of the students and other fans, and their praise was justly given. The Eagles fought their way from the bottom of the conference league to fourth place. Their fighting spirit is sure to carry them on to victory next season, and, with a feu more laurels won, Morris Harvey’s name may stand at the top of the list. V Page 78 Page 79 Varsity Basketball Record Charleston Senators New River State - Charleston Senators Elon College - Davis and Elkins College Concord College - Marshall College New River State - B road d us College Potomac State - Clarksburg Independents Davis and Elkins College Spencer Independents - Alderson Junior College Darbrook Social Club - Beckley Longhorns - Mt. Hope National Guards - Oak Hill Rexalls - - - Concord College Bluefield College - Broaddus College - Marshall College Marshall College - Morris Harvey - - - 21 Morris Harvey - - - 26 Morris Harvey - - - 32 Morris Harvey - - 33 Morris Harvey - - - 23 Morris Harvey - - - 39 Morris Harvey - - - 20 Morris Harvey - - - 30 Morris Harvey - - - 3l Morris Harvey - - - 28 Morris Harvey - - - 35 Morris Harvey - - - 33 Morris Harvey - - - 34 Morris Harvey - - - 33 Morris Harvey - - - 32 Morris Harvey - - - 34 Morris Harvey - - - 41 Morris Harvey - . - - 49 Morris Harvey - - - 28 Morris Harvey - - - 30 Morris Harvey - - - 44 Morris Harvey - - - 26 Morris Harvey - - - 17 23 27 16 56 31 17 31 18 41 41 48 19 25 41 29 24 31 - - 27 - 32 - - 24 - - 24 - - 37 Conference Standing Won 8 - - Lost 5 Pace 80 MORRIS HARVEY RESERVES Top Row, left to right: — Clay, Bole, Lee, Thompson, Lewis. Bottom Row: — Arritt, Captain Bradshaw, L. Hager. Review of Basketball Reserves The Reserves were composed of those men not quite good enough to make the Varsity. Under the leadership of Eldon Bradshaw they had a successful season, win- ning eleven of the twenty-one games scheduled, and losing the others by a narrow margin. Considering the fact that they did not have a regular coach, this record is very good. Regardless of the results, this team had a lot of practical experience and should feel better prepared for the Varsity when the basketball season rolls around next session. SEASON’S RECORD Barboursville Independents - - 8 Reserves - - - - 29 c o 4 Reserves - - - - 28 Barboursville Hi - - 16 Reserves - - - - 19 Huntington Hardware - - - 24 Reserves - - - - 33 Marshall Reserves ... - - 14 Reserves - - - - 15 Griffithsville Independents - - 15 Reserves - - - - 26 Huntington Presbyterians - - - 30 Reserves - - - - 31 c o 33 Reserves - - - - 23 Marshall Reserves - - 26 Reserves - - - - 24 Huntington Lutherans - - - 23 Reserves - - - - 28 Huntington Presbyterians - - - 22 Reserves - - - - 20 Rio Grande College - - - 33 Reserves - - - - 23 Barboursville Hi - - - 14 Reserves - - - - 21 Madison Independents - - 21 Reserves - - - - 35 Sharpies Independents - - 28 Reserves - - - - 26 Whitman Y. M. C. A. - - - - - 26 Reserves - - - - 25 Logan Hi - - 17 Reserves - - - - 16 Pikeville College - - - 18 Reserves - - - - 17 Betsy Lane Independents - - - 29 Reserves - - - - 21 Pikeville Hi - - 27 Reserves - - - - 19 Milton Independents - - - 17 Reserves - - - - 21 Pack 82 Page 83 GIRLS’ BASKETBALL SQUAD Top Row, left to right : — Wallace, Long, Coach Bradshaw, Pennybacker, E. Hopson. Bottom Row: — Smith, Vance, Captain Nutter, May, Wintz. Girls’ Basketball Review Coach Bradshaw’s co-eds have finished one of the best basketball seasons in the history of the college. Under the leadership of Captain Lelia Nutter, the girls won seven out of twelve games. The Eaglets lost only three games, these being to Alder son, Greenbrier and Ceredo-Kenova. St. Albans High School and Hamlin High School tied with the quintet. Among the teams that Morris Harvey defeated are Barboursville Hi, Hamlin Hi, Milton Independents, and Chesapeake Hi. Sally Long and I ruby Vance are the only regulars whom the team will lose, as they are listed with the Seniors. They have done splendid work and their places will be hard to fill. However, with the rest of the quintet, the subs, and the new material under the coaching of Bradshaw, we can look forward to bigger and better things for the girls’ basketball team next season. SEASON’S Alderson - - - 27 Greenbrier College - - - 23 Ceredo-Kenova Hi - - - 27 Barboursville Hi - 3 Hamlin Hi 6 Milton Independents - - 7 Chesapeake Hi - - - 19 St. Albans Hi - - - 15 Hamlin Hi - - 20 Barboursville Hi - - 11 Greenbrier College - - - 24 Milton Independents - - 10 Won 7 - Los RECORD Morris Harvey - - - 16 Morris Harvey - - - 22 Morris Harvey - - - 19 Morris Harvey - - - 29 Morris Harvey - - - 19 Morris Harvey - - - 29 Morris Harvey - - - 26 Morris Harvey - - - 15 Morris Harvey - - - 20 Morris Harvey - - - 16 Morris Harvey - - - 27 Morris Harvey - . - 1 ! 3 - Tied 2 Pace 84 Baseball Review The baseball team of last year was one of the best teams the school has ever produced. We came very near attaining the glory of a clean slate, losing only one game during the season. Beyond a doubt ours was the best team in the state, and we were considered conference champions by all the sport writers of the region. One man stepped from our diamond into a berth with the St. Louis Cardinals, and several went to good teams of other professional leagues. The Eagles won seven games and lost one. Notable among the games won were the two from Greenbrier and the three from our keen rivals, the Big Green of Marshall. To Captain Vitez and his cohorts goes a great deal of praise, and much could be said of the individual men. Outstanding stars were “Hick” Myres and “Buster” Burns, both outfielders, who were always a threat at the bat. Harley Ball, “Tommy” Thompson and little Ed Smith are due special recognition for their work on the mound. This year’s team will have to step lively if they better the record set by the team of 1927, but, with the wealth of material on hand, we expect Coach Fulton to bring together another winner for dear old M. H. C. VARSITY BASEBALL RECORD 1927 Marshall College - 5 Morris Harvey - 7 Greenbrier M. S. 2 Morris Harvey - 13 Greenbrier M. S. - 0 Morris Harvey - 8 Oak Hill Independents - 3 Morris Harvey - 4 Rio Grande College - 2 Morris Harvey - 4 Marshall College - 6 Morris Harvey - 7 Marshall College - 9 Morris Harvey - 6 Marshall College - 5 Morris Harvey - 7 Page 86 ' mt Pa(;k 87 Tennis Club OFFICERS S. Paris Bel... Jr. President H. L. (_LA , Jr. - -- -- -- -- - Vice-President H. L. I HORXBL ' RG ------- Secretary-Treasurer • Lee Hodsox ------- Business J 1 anager A. C. Blackwell Coach H. F. Tooth m ax Sponsor The organization of the Tennis Cluh was effected at the opening of the school year at the suggestion of Coach “Brownie” Fulton. The membership, though very small at the beginning, soon became thirty strong, and it is the aim of the club to make tennis one of the major sports on the campus. W ith the financial aid of the college and the enthusiastic support of I)r. Ruff, Mr. Woodruffe, “Brownie” Fulton, Dean ' Tooth man and Coach Blackwell, the club soon had the courts in fine shape. Prelim- inary touranments were held in the fall, and. as we go to press, the students are staging their work-outs in preparation for a very busy season. 1 hough tennis has been considered a minor sport in Morris Harvey, it is believed that it will come to the front and become one of the leading recreations. Pack 88 — i a Student Body Directory 1928-’29 PARIS BELL, JR. President Student Body MERLE CALFEE Secretary-Treasurer Student Body VIRGINIA WALLACE, CARL HEDINGER Cheer Leaders RICHARD MILLER Business Manager of Harvey an HUBERT THORNBURG Business Manager of Comet FLOYD PRIBBLE Student Manager of Athletics EUGENE FOGLESONG Editor of Harvey an CECIL G. FRANTZ Editor of Comet Page 89 k J C KS3 D uAckno ipledgements Grateful acknowledgement is extended to the following: The Beta Kappa Fraternity for donat- ing to The Harveyan the proceeds of the Beta Kappa Minstrel, thereby making pos- sible the financial success of the publication. 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