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FRED JOHNSON. , .
CHARLES DEMPSEY. . . . . .
JAMES GIBBONS. . .
JAMES GRAY .....
ELBERT LOVE ....
MR. TICKNOR. . .
l'li9lw Sclwool Basketball
.. ..... Forward and Running Guard
, ..... Guard
. ,.... Coach
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NED DARLINGTON JAMES GRAY
ELIZABETH BAKER MR. EMINGER HELEN DARLINGTON
THE state question for debate in the year 1929-1930 was: Resolved that inter-
collegiate and interscholastic athletics as at present conducted are more detri-
mental than beneficial.
The members of the debate team of Peshastin were Ned Darlington, Helen Dar-
lington, Elizabeth Baker, and James Gray.
The first debate of the season was at Ephrata, December 6, Peshastin u holding
the affirmative. The debaters were Ned Darlington, Helen Darlington ,and Eilizabeth
Baker. The negative team won by three pointsg however, it was a very close debate.
On January 10th the Quincy debate team came to Peshastin. Their debate team
was made up of two girls and one boy. They upheld the affirmative side of the ques-
tion. The Peshastin debaters, Ned Darlington, james Gray, and Elizabeth Baker,
upheld the negative. Peshastin won the debate by eleven points.
The most interesting debate of all was at Cashmere on January 31. Peshastin
debaters were Ned Darlington, Helen Darlington, and Elizabeth Baker. They upheld
the affirmative side of the question, While the Cashmere debaters, Florence Taylor,
Ralph Spear, and Curtis Taylor, upheld the negative.
It was a real peppy debate. I think both teams got a little personal and sarcastic.
Cashmere won by two points only and so the Peshastin de aters did not feel so
badly over the loss.
The last debate of the season was held in Peshastin High School. Pateros upheld
the affirmative and Peshastin the negative. There were three judges and their votes
were unanimously in favor of the negative team.
Ned Darlington and Elizabeth Baker took both sides of the question and took
part in all four debates.
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l-ligh School Basketball
Fred was a good shooter and a careful player. Right in the middle of the season
he was laid up in the hospital. But Fred believed, "you can't keep a good man down,"
and he reported back for practice before the close of the season. Fred still remembers
how he scored against Cashmere's first team on their own floorg but the others of the
team brag that they worked the ball down to him. Fred will be back next year.
CHARLES DEMPSEY CCHUCKD-Forward and Center
He played against the tallest man in the county. Chuckling Chuck was quick as
a wink and just as elusive. He could squeeze out of a tight corner that most fellows
couldn't get into.
JAMES GIBBONS QSNUBBERSD-Forward and Running Guard
Snubbers was so fast that his olpponents could never find him. When he took a
spill he turned three summersaults own the floor before he could stop. They couldn't
get held ball on Snubbers because he was too fast. He could stand at one end of the
floor, pass to the other end, run down the floor, and receive his own pass just in
time to make a basket. His specialty-demonstrated at Sunnyslopwwas attempting
a pass to a team mate, having the pass go Wild, and turn out to be a basket.
JAMES GRAY CJIMD-Center and Guard when Chuck played Center
jim could wrestle the ball right out of an opponents hands. And when he jumped,
believe me, no one said "take the lead out of your feet." A steady consistent, player,
good for long distance shots. Jim had the "never say die" spirit and the harder he
got licked the harder he played.
ALLISON TOWNE CALLEYD-Guard
Big, good natured Alley could stretch out like elastic and snare a pass most
anywhere. If he tri ped or was knocked down he bounced right up again with a
grin that was broader than ever. When Alley was in as guard it was just the same
as a fence which his opponents had a hard job to penetrate. Whenever you heard him
say, "Oh-oh," you would know he had steppe on the wrong foot. His accurate
passes were responsible for many of the scores our boys made.
ROBERT SPRINGER CBOBD-Guard
Bob was a hard player and so engrossed with playing that while he was in a
game he forgot everythin else. Although Bob is a freshman this year he showed
up very well and he would work out to be a regular after this. He has an easy way
o handling himself on the floor which should give him the possibility of being a
star player. Even if Bob did have a long face all during the game he was ready to
smile again as soon as it was over.
This was Elbert's Hrst attempt at basketball but he looked good. With no chance
to practice regularly he got into only a part of one or two games. This is Elbert's
first year in high school, and as good material for coming year he can't be beat.
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