The Hillsboro argus. (Hillsboro, Or.) 1895-current, December 13, 1928, Image 1

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HILLSBORO, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 192«
VOLUME XXXV
Fight Fans Pack
Elect Woodworth
Help to Needy
Rea Wins the
Master of Local
Commercial Hall
Families Plan of
Rotary Cup as
For Guard Houts
Grange Saturday
Greatest Help
Football
Boya
Honor
Fellow
For His Services
Club Host to the Team
Graduation Leave» a Gap
in
Lineup of Eleven; Coach
V
Praised by Rushlow
Leonard Rea, quarterback on the
Hillsboro union high school football
team, wus declared th«* greatest in
spirntion ami help to th«- team «lur­
ing the 1928 season, in a vol«- taken
by hi« teammates at the Rotary club
meeting Thursday. 1 he Rotary cup
was presented to Legnarli by R.
Frank Peters. Members of th«- foot­
ball situati were guests at the Ro­
tary luncheon ami Coach B. M.
Goodman wan chairman.
Hare Ineligible
Captain John Hare, star end, rv-
reived th«- honor last year and wan
ineligible to receive it for the S«*<- -
ond year.
Other winners of the
cup have been Laurel Frost in 1923
and 1924, Harry Kent in 1925, and
.Loren Schulmrrich in 1926.
The
winning of th«’ Rotary cup is con­
sidered the higheMt award that a
high school athlete can receive.
llilhi ha.*« just completed a nur-
ctasful season, which puts them well
over the 500 percentage. They won
five, lout three Mnd tied one.
Graduation leaves a gap in the
rank« of I llilhi footbull for next
year.
The men that will be lost
include the following stara: Free-
man, Gabie, Bagley, Dinsmore, Pas-
ley. Hare, Rushlow, Reu und H.
Johnson.
Telia of
History
An Interesting history of football
at th«’ high school, which was pre­
pared after much research by Jack
Rushlow, star halfback, was rra«i to
th«* Rotarians by Jack. The paper
told of the change of the llilhi rec­
ord a.” regards Forest Grove, where
in the old day m it u»ed to be dvci-
aive victories for th«* Grove it is
now the other way. Credit for this
change wns given Coach B. M.
Goodman.
The footbnll tossers sang a num-
her of songs,
A playlet was pre-
seated by Leonard Rea, .John Hare,
lfust«»n John-on, George Bagley,
Marlow Hickox and James Dins­
more.
Two new members, Edward Schul-
mcrirh and L. J. Merrill, were pre­
sented to the club.
The main go
between
Lester
(Brick) Glascoe of Hillsboro and
Geridil Watson of Blooming in th« ir
re-match furnish«'«! p!«-i«<y of excite­
ment for the 250 fight fans in at­
tendance ut the
national
guard
smoker Tuesday evening. Brick dis­
played plenty of cleverne s at long
range, but Watson was so powerful
that he covered him up in the in­
fighting.
The city boxing commission will
be functioning nt the next smoker,
th«- sei ond week in January, and Lt
Ray Dillon promis«-s th«* funs some
real fust bouts with decisions.
A
regular admission fee will probably
be charged at that time.
Sonic fust bouts were put on by
the following: Lester llatchclur vs.
Raymond Sandy; Raymond Frecl va.
Don Batchelor; Bryce Nosier V».
l.e-ter Wnhner, and Roy Miller vs.
C. Medlock.
Boys and Girla!
Santa Is Conning!
Word came from the land
of Eskimos and reindeer late
last night that Santa Claus,
the friend of all good little
boys and girls, will be in Hills­
boro from 1 to 3 p. m. Sat­
urday, December 22, at the
court yard.
Santa Claus in
his communication said that
he would have a present or a
"treat” for every boy and girl
in Washington county, so they
will surely want to be here.
The distinguished visitor
from the north will make his
headquarters under the large
decorated Christmas tree in
the court yard. Members of
the fire department Tuesday
strung the lights around the
tree, and the Portland Elec­
tric Power company was to
make the electric connection
today.
Stores Here Are Filled
With the Newest Stocks
For the Christmas Trade
Georg.- L. Woodworth was elected
master of Hillsboro grange at the
Christmas Cheer to Go Into homecoming meeting Saturday. He
will succeed
R. Hornecker, who
Every Home Here
could not take the office again on
account of his health.
Other officers named are as fol­
lows: C. JI. Himes, overseer; Mrs.
Suggestions for Every Member of the Family May Be Found
Frances Norton, lecturer; H. I. Pat­
in the Advertisements of Local Merchants; Every Effort
ten, steward; R. H. McAninch, as-
Made to Solve the Problem of What to Give; "Do It Now”
1
sistant
steward;
Mrs.
H.
I.
Patten,
Veterans’ Hall Again Station
chaplain; G. C. Chase, treasurer;
Is Thought of All; Hillsboro Stores Are in Full Tune
Mrs. G. C. Chase, secretary; Otto
for Receiving; Leave Money
With the Season.
Wohler, gatekeeper; Mrs. S. D. Lo­
at the Argus
gan, Ceres; Mrs. Ervin Burkhalter,
Pomona; Mrs. Otto Ander-on, Flora,
and Mrs. R. H. McAninch, lady as­
An inspection of local stores shows that every possible ef­
That Christmas cheer will go into sistant steward.
fort
has been made to solve the Christmas problem for the
th«- needy hom«-s of th«- community
Dr. E. J. Bulgin, revivalist, who
people of Hillsboro and the surrounding territory. The bid
un in punt years is th«- plan of th«* is holding meetings- at the Baptist
of the progressive Hillsboro merchant for this giving season,
president’s council, which met at church, talked at the meeting. He
the chamber of commerce Wednes­ was assisted by Charles B. Clark,
as well as trade at other times of the year, may be found
day* evening to perfect plans for soloist, an«i Ray Gourley, pianist.
regularly in the display columns of the Argus. The adver­
carrying on the work.
tisements in the Argus are a guide to what’s newest and best
Four <-andi«lates were put through
More Need This Year
th«- first and second degrees in the
in the art of living well. The local stores are veritable
There is more necessity for the morning.
treasure chests with gifts to please every member of the
work this year than previously, , it
Mi. and Mrs. D. G. Lilly of For­
family. Their ads are full of sug-
was .tati-d, ami as a result efforts est Grove grange were present.
I gestions.
will have to be increased. Money
Confidence in Town
Avoid Scramble
raised Inst year totaled $177.06,
Is a Necessity
Christmas shopping patrons are
and of this amount $63.14 remained
Winners in the city beautiful and
urged by local merchants to do their
Tin* American Legion Tuesday over in this Christmas charity fund
clean-up contest conducted during
shopping NOW and avoid the mad
night Voted to contribute $25 to for use this year.
If any is left,
the summer bv the city beautiful
The
growth
and
the
prosperity
scramble that always awaits the last
the Boy Scout fund in Hillsboro as over again it may be used for nec­
committee of the chamber of com-1 of each one of us depends upon minute shopper. Extra .«alespeoplo
a start toward the $50(1 that is essary work during th«- coming year
merce
and
the
civic
improvement
the
confidence
which
the
people
have been employed and every ef­
needed to continue th«- scout work or held in th«* sinking fund.
committee of the council have been of this community have in its fort is being made to handle the
in this district.
Th«* legionnaires |
The Needlecraft, being more fa­
announced.
present
and
in
its
future,
Christmas trade in the most expedi­
will als«i aid in th«* general cam­ miliar with conditions, will again be
Men living on the Nibler road,
Arvin and Marvin Robb win the
This confidence leads on to all tious manner.
paign for funds to be started soon. in charge of the distribution. Mrs. southwest of Laurel, worked sev- $10
cash
prize
offesad
by
the
cham
­
worthy
developments
which
tend
Every possible* ai«l to the commu­ Harvey Batchelar, vice-president of eral days last week doing repair
The spirit of Christmas is to be
ber of commerce for the boy or
_ this community a found in every store, where new
nity Christmas tree ami gen
work. The women gathered at the girl of 17 years or under maintain­ toward making
th«* Needlecraft, is in charge.
better
place
in
which
to
live.
"good cheer” fund was the expr
Nibler home, one of the days, fur­
stocks of merchandise are displayed
A general appeal for clothing, nishing a warm dinner for the work- ing the lawn with the most eco­
Confidence in the ability of the and decorated in holiday colors.
e«l desire of th«* post. They deci
nomical
use
of
water
for
irrigation.
fruits,
vegetable
,
groceries
and
local
business
men
to
supply
our
not to put any trees in the
men and enjoying the social get- The two boys are the sons of Dr.
Much hard work and planning is
money is made in the name of the together.
needs with reliable merchandise shown in the store and window dis­
holes this year because of the
and
Mrs.
J.
O.
Robb,
1569
Wash
­
co-operating
organizations.
The
food
I
at
reasonable
prices
is
likewise
convenience
to thos«* desiring
plays.
Five years ago two miles of this ington street.
and clothing should he left at the'
a most important factor in the
park their automobiles near by.
road beyond the Whittle place was
A feeling of optimism as regards
Mrs.
Rosie
Carow,
1132
Oak
Veterans'
hall
on
Main
street
near
prosperity
of
the
community.
An advanced ticket sal«* will be
standing timber. The land for the
the Christmas trade prevails among
made for th««
th«* carnival dance New First street all day Thursday, Fri-i road was donated by the people street, won the Hillsboro Argus $10 Since it is of such vital import to the merchants, who feel that there
Y«*ar’s eve.
J. J. 11.
H. Murton, Henry «lay and until Saturday noon. Rep­ whose places it crosses, and with the cash prize for having the place all of us to keep our confidence is noney in the country and that
Kanina i and II. II. L. MacKenzie are resentatives of the women's organi- exception of the surveying and the which showed the greatest amount in our neighbors and their con­ the after-election spending is due.
of improvement and with the most fidence in us, let us each do every
zations will be present to receive
on the committee for the dance.
work of the county grader, the most
People in this community enjoy
The Oregon State college cadet the articles as they ar«* brought of the work of building the road economical use of water for irriga­ possible thing to warrant confi­
tion.
The lawn of Mr. and Mrs. W. dence. It will help us to build better and bigger stores than those
band will uppear at a later «late in from anyone who cares to contrib- has been done by the donation of a
C.
Theda
won
honorable
mention
our home community into a busy, in the average town of this size, and
a concert and dance under the aus­ ute.
few men along the coad.
About because of outstanding i m prove- prospering town—a home town of this fact is reflected in largei stock»
Can Give Money
pices of the legionnaires.
one-fourth mile was rocked this last ment. This was a new lawn and if which we will all be proud.—Ex. and prices for the small pocketbook
Money donations in any amount season, and the people hope for that
A vote of thanks was extended
as well as the large.
Archie Bryant for his services ax shouhl b<* left at the Argus office much or more next year as a few now one of the most beautiful in 1
Read the advertisements for sug­
chef at th«* legion banquet for the with Mrs. E. C. McKinney, who is places in the road get practically town.
The
results
of
the
content
did
business men. An expression of ap­ treasurer of the organization. All impassible for cars during the win­
gestions when “Its Gift Time for
not
come
up
to
the
expectations
of
preciation was also given Ed Mating checks should be made to the Com­ ter months. The county court and
Everyone.”
the committees, although the mes­
ami Charles Pugh for their help.
munity Christmas fund.
The Hillsboro Christmas trade in­
the district road supervisor have sage was carried to each individual
Th«- Rotary club, as usual, is tak- said that it is one of the best so- home through the co-operation of
vitation is issued by the following
ing charge* of the delivery, which called mountain roads in the county, the Boy Scouts, according to those
firms through the Argus this week:
will be made* Saturday afternoon, combining good grade, which aver­ in charge. It is the hope of the
Abendroth, Hillsboro Feed, H.
The other organizations are assist­ ages five per cent, with the beauti­ committees that should another con­
Kellington, The Malibu, Paris Stu­
Oregon State Agricultural Col- i dio, Commercial National bank, the
ing in the good work when needed. ful scenery, and the views which the test be conducted next year that the
The Boy Scouts will aid the Ro- traveler can get as he nears the top people of the city will take a lege. Corvallis, Dec. 13.—Hillsboro Shute Savings bank, Sanitary Beauty
is represented by 12 students at the
tarians in delivery.
of Chehalem Mountain.
greater interest and show a real coltege this year—two seniors, three shop, Hammond & Card, Higdon
M. J. Haynes, who is probably the
Motor company, MacKenzie Motor
Th«*
organizations
represented
at,
civic
pride.
A
preliminary
survey
by
the
oldest constable in the county from
sophomores and seven freshmen.’
company, Hillsboro Garage, Self­
the
meeting
and
the
amount
pledged
|
When
asked
if
the
irrigation
was
county
surveyor
has
been
made
to
the point of service, was in the
Laura A. Deck and Robert G. ridge Bros. Furniture company, Per­
by
each
ar«*
as
follows:
Women's
costly.
Dr.
Robb
said,
“
No,
that
a
connect
this
road
with
the
new
road
county seat Wednesday to be sworn
Jopes, seniors, expect to receive fection Bakery, Hillsboro Pharmacy,
in for another term as constable of Relief Corps, $10: Women's Service that comes from Newberg up to­ [ good soaking of the lawn once a their B.S. degrees in vocational edu­ Used Car Exchange, Long Hard­
club,
$10;
Coffee
club,
$10;
Busi
­
week
was
sufficient
to
produce
the
wards
Bald
Peak,
and
some
work
the Sherwood district. On January
cation next June. Miss Deck is as­ ware store, Boscow, City Service
Professional
Women’s has been done in this connection. i best results.”
1 he will have served as constable ness ami
sociate preceptress of Snell hall, station, Portland Electric Power
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club. $10; American Legion, $25;
for 24 years.
her campus residence.
She was company, Lester Ireland company,
Rotary club, $25. and the chamber
president of the Seekers, a club for Thrift grocery, Venetian theater,
of commerce, $25.
Although not
students belonging to the Congre­ Pool-Gardner Lumber company, the
represented at the meeting the La-
gational church, during her junior Palm Drug store, Miller’s, Whatnot,
gion Auxiliary will give $10.
year. Mr. Jones is manager of the Corwin hardware, Frank's market,
The school children will be ask-
Oregon State symphony orchestra. J. L. Anderson, Skaggs-Safeway, K.
ed to carry the message of need
The sophomores are Haarby B. A. Price Music & Electric company,
into the homes in order that every­
C. W. Robinson, western repre­ Bechen, major in commerce, living Washington Savings & Loan associa­
one will have an opportunity to as­
University of Oregon, Eugene, sentative of the Guernsey Cattle in the Sigma Phi Sigma fraternity tion, Portland Gas & Coke company,
sist.
Dec. 13.—(Special)—All the high club, will be the principal speaker house; Ruth H. McGrath, vocational Hotel Washington, Hillsboro Radio
Attention
was
called to the schools of the state where a school at the annual meeting of the county education major, living in Kidder & Electric company, Hillsboro Truck
Inrly strong on defense and
amount of fruit, groceries and paper is published or where the organization which will be held in hall; and Emil I. Pubols, major in <6 Fuel company, Hillsboro Ice &
under every play that came
clothing sent out of here each year high school students supply news to the chamber of commerce rooms commerce, living in the Sigma Pi Coal company, Hillsboro Ice Works,
his side.
His interference rut
to Portland to aid in charitable local papers will be eligible to com­ next Wednesday afternoon, accord­ fraternity house.
West Coast Telephone company.
was very noticeable.
Freshman students are Dorman Forest Hills Golf Course, J. W.
work.
Mrs. C. H. Emmott, presi- pete in the
Oregon
High School ing to II. T. Hesse of Scholls, who
"
~
Dinsmore, center or guard, was dent of th«* Coffee club, felt that Press association journalism con- is secretary of the club. New offi­ Blazer, vocational education major, Copeland Lumber company, Rollins
strong on defense nnd his pep talk with the number of needy families test, fostered by the school of jour-[ cers will be elected and work for living in the men’s dormitory; Ruth Garage, Oregon Monument Works,
was a great asset to the team.
in this county “that charity should nalism of the University of Oregon, the coming year will be outlined. Gilmore, home economics major, Hillsboro Concrete Brick and Til«
Bagley, playing his fourth year begin at home."
it is announced by George H. God­ All cattle raisers are urged to at- living in the Alpha Omicron Pi so­ company, Goar’s Woman’s Shop,
rority house: Vera Hensley, com­ Weil’s Department store, Mrs. H. R.
for llilhi, was outstanding in most
frey, assistant professor of journal­ tend.
merce major, living in the Beta Phi Chantier, Oregon Electric, and the
gnmes this year, nnd he solved the
ism, who is in charge of contest ar-1
Alpha sorority house; Alice A. Nos­ , Southern Pacific railroads.
rangements.
A committee consist-'
opponents' playa on most occasions
ier, home economics major, living
so that there were few gains made
ing of Mr. Godfrey, David Wilson.
in Kidder hall; Winston Pool, com­
through center.
During the four
Portland, president of the press
merce major, living in the Psi Chi
conference last year,
and
Estil I
yearn that George has played cen­
fraternity house; Howard A. Wells,
ter he has never made a serious
Phipps,
Medford.
president this
pharmacy major, living in the Phi
bad pass from center, which is a
Two automobiles were stolen in year, has worked out details.
Delta Theta fraternity house; and
remarkable reconi in itself.
A
handsome
trophy
in
the
shape
!
The
grand
jury
Friday
reported
the county Monday, according to
Rea showed up particularly strong records in the office of Sheriff J. E. of a large loving cup has been do­ three true bill’, one secret and two Ruth I. Julien, home economics ma­
jor, living in Kidder hall.
in our first games until a leg injury Reeves.
On«* was a Nash sedan, nated by Dr. Arnold Bennett Hall, not true, in circuit court. The grand
W. C. Theda, president of the
slowed and handicapped him.
He Oregon license 185-811, own«'«! by president of the University of Ore-i jurors were excused until December
Imperial Grain and Feed company,
ran the team well and his interfer­ William “
gon,
for
the
best
all-around
high
1
18.
William
Binns
was
indicted
on
'
‘
Robb of northwest of Hills-
was Tuesday night elected as a
ence running was pleasing to watch. boro, and the other was from For­ school paper in the state. For the i a booze charge and Alfred Hansen
member of the board of director»
Rushlow, playing nt full, had his est Grove, an Essex, license num­ best paper in high schools of over, faces a larceny count.
of the chamber of commerce, to fill
best year for Hiihi in spite of his ber 201-583, belonging to Walter 500 the Eugen«* Register has do-
Harry Gardner Saturday waived
the vacancy caused by Glenn F.
injuries. His line plunging was the VanDyke.
nateii a cup, and for the best paper1 a grand jury indictment, "’ended
Bell leaving town. Mr. Theda will
best shown by any school we played.
An Oldsmobile
touring
stolen in schools of under 500 the Eugene guilty and was fined $100. He was
serve until the annual meeting in
Blazer played a nice offensive and from Portland was found
near Guard has offer«*«! the award. The paroled for $50.
defensive game, and is one of the Scholls Monday.
winner of the grand award will not
A divorce was granted Ida L.
Business today is built on com­ January when two directors are to
be elected.
Mr. Theda has been
bast tacklers on the team. He made
be eligibl«* for these. Harris Ells­ Gustin from John E. Gustin.
mon honesty, declared Dr. E. J. Bul- very active in civic affairs since
some nice yardage on cutbacks over
worth. field manager for the Oregon
The supreme court has confirmed gin, in an address before the Hills­
f
tackle and ran good interference.
Editorial association, is donating the decision of the lower court in boro chamber of commerce Monday coming here.
Huston Johnson played a good,
The county manager form of
the cup for the best news furnished ’ dismissing the complaint of the noon. Rev. M. ~
Putman was chair-
consistent game at fullback, ami his I
For Exchange—1920 Ruick,
local papers by high school students. plaintiff. Harriett E. Fagalde against man.
Dr. Bulgin's subject was government amendment, proposed
in good running, condition; li­
interference running was well above
by the grange and other organiza­
Trophies must be won three times Henry and Doris Whitcomb, accord­ “City Building.”
the average.
cense and good rubber; for
in order to become the permanent ing to papers reeeived here by
Dr. Bulgin urged the business tions in Clackamas county, was en­
mule,
cow
or
what
have
you?
Milton Johnson developed late in
property of a school.
County Clerk E. C. Luce, The suit man, who in many cases has been dorsed by the board, as was the free
—J. II. McLeod, route 2, Bea­
the season, and his line plunging is
The contest is being sponsored at involved an estate.
taken as a model by some boy, to travel plan for chamber of com­
verton;
telephone
2618
Bea
­
going to be hard to stop next year.
the request of high school students
Judge Bagley was in Tillamook guard his conduct and set a good merce secretaries to promote Ore­
verton.
33-tf
Cox had a good year until a leg
themselves, who feel that such com­ this week. He will return Friday. example.
Careful attention should gon advertising.
injury put him out for the season.
petition will make for better work
The next case in circuit court be paid, he said, to the morals of
He should go good next year.
in the school and will add interest , here will be heard Monday.
the younger generation.
Rogers, playing his first year, was
to the annual press conference,
Red blooded men that will hang
slow in developing, but made a
which is held each year as a part
together, money, material, market
good tackle at the end of the sea­
of th«* high school conference at
and morality are needed in the
son.
the university. This
’ year the con-
building of a city, according to the
Tom Tongue showed up well in
ference will be held January 11 and
speaker.
“I get better results out of
the games ho was in, and should go
12.
Many opportunities go by when
Basketball practice at the high
the Argus than nny paper that
great next year.
Judges for the contest will be
there are a lot of kickers in a cham­ school will start the first of next
I ever advertised in,” declared
Turner and Vickers,
playing in
named soon,
All entries for the
A full house is expected to greet ber of commerce, Dr. Bulgin said. week, according to Coach B. M.
Mr. McLeod. Results are im­
their senior yenr, showed up nicely
contest must be sent in to the school the cast nt the presentation of “The Advertise and boost this wonderful Goodman. The coach has two let­
mediate.
whenever they had the chance.
of journalism, at the university in Patsy,” three-act comedy at the country, advised the evangelist. termen, Rea and Blazer, at for­
Others that showed
up well as
Eugene, not later than January 9. Venetian theater next Tuesday eve­ Every man in this town has an in­ wards, and Milton Johnson from
Classified nds in the Argus
material
for next year's tenm are
Two or more copies of the high ning. It is a benefit play given un­ terest in everything in the commu­ last year’s squad as center to build
bring results and the cost is
Hill, Unlit, Kelley, Bntchelnr,
-
•
Sa-
school paper published this school der the direction of the Grand Army nity, he said.
small. Have you something to
his team around.
bin, Delplanche,
Cawrse,
Robert
year, or two issues of the local pa­ : of the Republic and the Women’s
sell? Let the Argus sell it for
A good clean-up twice a year was
The Hillsboro schedule is as fol­
Johnson, Wilson, Burke Tongue,
per
with
school
news,
will
be
re
­
you.
Relief Corps.
prescribed by the speaker as good lows: Tillamook, at home, January
and Welch.
quired for entry. Announcement of
The cast in the order of their medicine for a more beautiful com­ 12, away February 21; Beaverton,
Harlan Hickox,
winner« will be made at th«* annual appearance includes Art Miltenber- munity.
"Rend the nds—It pnys!”
at home, January 22, away «March
to llilhi from Forest Grove nnd was
conference banquet, January 12. In­ 1 ger, Mrs. Stannard, Miss Fanny
The cares and worries of conduct­ 8; Forest Grove, at home February
declared ineligible, deserves a word
r>
formation nnd details about the con­ I Konigan,
Miss
Mildred
McLeod, ing a business will be laid aside 1, away February 15; McMinnville,
of credit for his assistance given
test may be obtained
from the William Dierdorff and Tom Cald- temporarily next Monday
night at home February 26, away Janu­
the tenm, by coming out every
school of journalism, of th«* univer- well,
*n»e laadsT ¡Zin HrM
Mrs. II. H. Stannard is the when the annual chamber of com­ ary 25, and Newberg, at home
night nnd scrimmaging against them. V-
sity.
y
director.
merce Christmas banquet is held.
March 5, away February 8.
I
Money. Supplies Asked
I
Give Winners
Of City Event
Legion Gives
To Scout Fund
Land and Labor
Given For Road
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State College
M. J. Haynes Serves
As Constable Years
Guernsey Breeders
High Schools
In News Events To Meet Wednesday
Appraisal of Gridsters on the Hillsboro
Union High Eleven for Year Is Made by
Coach; Fighting Spirit Was of Highest
By B. M. Goodman, Coach
Although one of the lightest teams
llilhi han had for years, the co-
ordination and fighting spirit of I
this year's team wan of th«* highest
type. It han been a very enjoyable
year of coaching as the boys re­
sponded so well and were trying
their best at nil times. We hail no
particular individual stars this year,
but many members of thin tenm
would make any high school tenm in
th<< state.
1 feel that the season
has been a decided success in spite
of the loss of three of our games.
Th«* policy of giving so much
praise to the players carrying th«*
liall nnd tanking the touchdowns is,
1 believe, gradually changing, and
news reporters are going to give
the linemen and interference run-
ners n word of praise* now and then,
Not that 1 would detract nny atten-
tion from the player carrying the
ball, but it is very true that the star i
would not shin«* long if his line fail­
ed to function.
With this in mind I would ven­
ture n few remarks concerning our
linemen. Hare, left end, played his
usual hnrd glime on defense and
was much better on offense this
year.
His punting was above th«*
average for high school nnd his
kicks were well placed so that very
few punts were returned for any
gnin.
His goal kicking was also
very accurate and saved us from de­
feat on three occasions during th«*
season.
Freeman at the other end played
n very consistent game for not hnv-
ing had previous experience and
was <lown on punts nicely and made
some nice tackles.
Chase was moved from pillur to
post this year and did not show up
as well as we expected until he be­
gan playing regularly at tackle, i
where he played up to his last
year’s form nnd played an outstand­
ing game at the laxt of the season.
I’nsley, although not a flnshy
player, played a nice consistent
game and followed the ball well and
was down on punts in good style.
Rehse, one of th<> lightest men
nt tackle, played n scrappy game
nnd was n good tackler.
Gable, at guard, played nn out-
standing game and showed up well
in running interference.
Patterson, at gunrd, wns pnrticu-
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In County Monday
Grand Jury Makes
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To Chamber Board
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Monday Talker!
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Benefit Play Next
Tuesday at Venetian
Basketball Practice
To Start Next Week