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p The first game of the year was pleyod on the home
floor. This was the game with Manson. This game
marked some of the Loggers' best playing. They lon
from Manson quite easily. A
When the team played the return game at Manson, a-
gain the Loggers won.
Probably the closest gmue was the one played with
Leavenworth on our floor. At the end of the regular
game the score was 24 ell. In the extra period we made
tue baskets to their one.
On the Leavenworth floor the team played reel bask-
ct bell to win by eleven points.
Wwas thot 2 game or was that a geme?W Wes one of
the remrrks after the gfme with Sunnyslopo. The truth
mrs: it eos Q gems! After Q bottle which did not stop
until the whistle blew ct the end of the gamog it was
found Peshrstin was chord by six points.
But--on Sunnyslepo's floor it was e different story
Sunnyslrpe was on the long end of the score through the
Peshestin went down to Dryden to play basket bell,
but vhen they get there they forgot to ploy. Dryden
kept piling in baskets till the whistle blew, making
the regrettable score of 56-V.
When Dryden pl'yed on our floor, the term really
did plry. They were ahead for the first helfg after
that Dryden slowly forged ehefd to ein.
Although the Loggers played e good brand of basket
bell, they could not overcome Wenftchee. Wenatchee won
both games played.
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Page 78 text:
KITTEN BALL GPIES
When the first call for kittenball was made, many
prospects gathered around WMac' to ue assigned to diff
ferent positions. After several practises, a team was
The first game was played with Leavenworth. Our
team led up till the last inning when our errors let
in two runs, which gave the game to Leavenworth.
This year our team was fortunate in having the ex-
cellent pitching of Johnnie Hauff. In the game with
Leaveniorth he struck out ten men in seven innings.
The next game was with Dryden. Johnnie had the upper
hand in this game. There was only one safe hit', made
by Dryden in this game. But our boys collected many
hits from the two Dryden Pitchers.
The return game with Leavenworth was the most ex-
citing of all the games played. The game was either won
by the pitching ability of the two opposing pitchers. In
this our boys had them outclassed and came out on top
with a score of four to one. There was very few errors
on either side. Johnnie came out ahead with twelve
strike outs in the seven innings.
The return game with Dryden had not yet been played
Acre games were to be gotten but the other schools have
not been playing kitten ball so no team was had.
The second team had two games with Leavenworth and
Lost the first by one run and tied the second game by
1 score of four to four. In the second team games had
3ob Lynn turned in a good performance in all games had by
The first team consisted of the following boys:
Lyle Warman ...... .. .. ..... Catcher
Milton Kirby ...... .... First Base
Edward Nollemyer .... .... First Short
Fred Burnette ....... .... Second Short
Ellsworth Warman .... .... Second Base
Cecil Martin ...... .... Third Base
Dicker Werner .... .... Left Field
Pete Gray.... .... .... ..... ....Center Field
Erville Cross.................Right Field
Also a number 09 substitutes were made in which some
showed very good playing ability.
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