Piqua Central High School - Piquonian Yearbook (Piqua, OH)

 - Class of 1911

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P. H. S. Basket Ball Team . H. S. had a fairly successful Basket Ball season. Although the team lost four games, we ought not to complain, for the winning of a game is a secondary matter: the drill and discipline gained is of greater importance. That the team was a good one and deserved to win is evident from a brief review of the work of the boys who composed it. RAY LEVERING. "Big" was the only representative which the class of '11 had in this year's team. He filled the position of right guard in a very creditable man- ner. Cleanliness is his motto, for he always played straight, clean basket ball. His good guarding, as well as the unique way in which he got across the floor and dropped the pill in the box, won for him the admiration of every one. We regret very much that this was his last year of High School basket ball. LEROY BROWN. "Brownie" was Captain and the only real veteran on the team. He played the position of right forward to the satisfaction of all who witnessed his playing. It seemed impossible for him to get in a position in which he could not shoot a goal. As captain he showed himself to be a Very capable leader and got the best team together that P. H. S. has had for some time. He seemed to be the hub of the team, for when he was out of the game the rest could not play half as well. His work on the basket ball floor for the past two years has surely been praiseworthy, and we are glad that he has one more year to play with P. H. S. IRWIN BARTHOLAMAI. No one questions "Barty's" ability as a basket ball player. He was always right there with the goods when it came to securing points, for he got more field goals than any man on the team. He played hard all the time and we are glad he will be with the team next winter. DWIGHT GINN. "Little said and much done. " This will apply to "Amy" who never grumbled nor did anything but play basket ball. He played the position of left forward and he played it well. It is a hard matter to write about him for you can never catch him still long enough to find out anything about him. It seems about as easy for him to go up in the air after the ball as to run on the floor. Not many High School teams have his equal as an all round player, and P. H. S. is fortunate in having him for next year. HOMER REITZ. "Curly" never did anything not.able in school for he hasn't been here long enough, but then we all know that he played a great game at left guard. He also had the habit of occasionally shooting a field goal. At no time was he the least bit bashful about getting into the game, for he was usually the first one to get a cheer. Since this is only his first year, "dope" has it that he will be one of the stars of the team for the next three years. THE SUBS. Not all the praise. for the past successful basket ball season is due to the regular members of the team. The subs and second team men should get a good share of it for they work about as hard as the regular men and usually get no honor for it. If it were not for these fellows the practice would be fruitless for the first team. Those who worked the hardest and yet did not get a regular position on the team are Hinsch and Bateman. A MARION BAILEY, '11, LINE UP. BROWN ........... R. F. and Capt. Rrzrrz ........ .... L . G. GINN .................... L. F. . BATEMAN. 1 BARTHOLOMAI. . . ....... C. P . . . . . . .Subs LEVERING ..... .... R . G. HINSCH j SCHEDULE. P. H. S. 54 ........ Union City. . . . . .16 ..... . . ...... at Piqua P. H. S. 48 ........ Stivers CDaytonj . . .22, . . . . . .at Piqua P. H. S. 28 ........ West Milton ....... 24 ..... ..... a t West Milton P. H. S. 25 ........ Xenia ............. 22. . . .... at Xenia P. H. S. 42 ........ Xenia ....... . . . .29 ..... ...... . .at Piqua P. H. S. 43 ........ Steele CDaytonJ .... 19. . . . . . .at Piqua P. H. S. 24 ........ Plain City .... . . .27 ..... . . .at Plain City P. H. S. 20 ........ Plain City ......... 25. . . . . . .at Piqua P. H. S. 35 ........ Lima ......... . . .10 ..... ........ ..... a t Lima P. H. S. 45 ........ Piqua City Team. . .21 .... .... a t Piqua P. H. S. 26 ........ West Milton ....... 34 ..... .............. a t Piqua P. H. S. 11 ........ Lima .............. 34. . . ..... at Lima Total-Piqua High School 401. Opponents 283.



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-- ef, f -ff-,rw -w -, If r 'BF 3' WEL L . ....-- A ,Ir f-em. , W? WTF? 1' P. H. S. Base Ball Team T THE end of the basket ball season the outlook for a good baseball team was rather discouraging, as some of last years' team were gone and Brown had been injured in the basket ball game at Lima. Now since the new team has shown us what they can do everyone is very enthusiastic. Captain Schaffer got the boys together and began to practise the first week after spring vacation. Six of last years team came out and a number of others, all trying for positions on the team. The new boys who were successful in getting positions are very capable players. They have all been very faithful in practising, and, since practise makes perfect, we feel confident that " Long John" will have a winning team. The first three games scheduled had to be cancelled because the weather man sent us some weather which was not exactly adapted to base ball. The first game of the season was played May 5 with Wapakoneta, on the home grounds. The score of 17 to 2 in our favor tells the story of the game better than the Writer can tell it. On May 13, Stivers journeyed up from Dayton and crossed bats with our team. By some very nice work the boys defeated them by a score of 9 to 4. The team should be congratulated on winning the game, as Stivers has a very strong team this year. If the boys play ball in every game as they have in these two, we are sure that at the end of the season we can say that it has been a successful one. LINE UP. MERCER ....... .... c atcher HETZLER .......... ..... 3 rd base HINSCH ......... . . EFFINGER ............. short stop pitchers CHRONERBERRY . . . . . MATTHEW'S ...... .... 1 3t base BROWN ..... ....... 2 nd Base HENNESY. . . SCHAFFER Ccaptainj ....... left Held HAVEMANN ........... center field CRANs'roN ....... .... r ight field SCHEDULE FOR SEASON. April 15 ..... . . .Steele .... . . . . . at Dayton April 20 ..... . . .VV. Milton . . . . . . at Piqua April 28 ..... . . .Troy ........ .... a t Troy May 5 ..... . . .Wapakoneta . . . . . . at Piqua May 13 ..... . . .Stivers ....... . . . at Piqua May 19 ..... .... W . Milton ..... ..... a t W. Milton May 26 ..... . . .Wapakoneta ....... .... a t Wapakoneta May 30 ..... . . .Steele C2 gamesj . . . ........ at Piqua June 2 ..... . . .Troy ............ ....... a t Piqua

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