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Title: The sibyl
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Otterbein College
Subjects: Otterbein College College yearbooks Private universities and colleges
Publisher: Westerville, Ohio : Otterbein College
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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er a 40-yard run around left end. The gamewas almost up to inter-collegiate standard throughout. BASKETBALL The basketball series started on Monday, November 29. On that date the Sophomores defeated thFreshmen by a 23-16 score. The Frosh were in the lead at the end of the first half, 11-5, but were unablto stand the gaff in the second period. The Seniors took the Juniors across with a 13-7 score, the latteithough having several Varsity nun, seemed unable to locate the basket. In the second series of games the Sophs won from the Triangles, 27-3, while the Fresh nosed out thJuniors, 15-11. The out standing feature of all these games was their rough football tactics predominatinthroughout. The Sophomores completed their string of victories and took the championship by defeating the Siors by a decisive score. The second year aggregation displayed real basketball ability and were deservof considerable credit for their performance. ien-deserving Page One Hundred Thirty TTCHDDItl~l92l~ SIBYL

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CLASS 24 GIRLS BASKET BALL TEAM.Girls Championship Team, Season 1920-21.

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Image from page 59 of “Sequelle 1922” (1922)
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Title: Sequelle 1922
Year: 1922 (1920s)
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Subjects: Clarion State Normal School–Students–Yearbooks. College yearbooks–Pennsylvania–Clarion.
Publisher: Clarion, Pa. : Clarion State Normal School.
Contributing Library: Clarion University of Pennsylvania Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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scheid elliott doverspike caulk WINGARD Late in the season two new candidates, Boggs and Hays, were added to the squad. Under the fine leadership of Coach Reed a team was made from the comparativelygreen material listed above, and it was a team of which Clarion Normal may wellbe proud. Both inexperience and lack of tall men were handicaps not easy to overcome.But in spite of the difficulties encountered because of this lack, the Normal played theheaviest schedule this season she ever had. The opposing teams were, for the mostpart, composed of men with plenty of skill and experience in basket ball, for thesereasons the team of 21-22 may justly receive great credit for its work. Following is a list of the players, and tlie points made by each: Name Field G. Foul G. Total Points Alexander 23 21 67 Scheid 19 92 130 Ditty 5 0 ■ 10 Cresswell 3 0 6 Doverspike 3 0 6 Kerschbaumer 2 0 4 Mortland 2 0 4 Mohney 3 .0 6 Caulk 1 0 2 Boggs 0 0 0 Hays 0 0 0 Wensel 0 0 0 Total 122 113 235 THE SEQUELLE

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THE SEQUELLE GIRLS BASKET BALL The girls team at Clarion Normal was organized shortly alter Christmas vacation,and started practice immediately. Miss Mildred Green, a graduate of the Sargents Physical Training School of Massa-chusetts, and the Physical Instructress at Clarion, acted as coach. Miss Green had avery difficult situation with which to contend, as it was very necessary to build a newteam from the ground up, not a member of the varsity squad from last year beingavailable. Miss Florence Smalley, a Senior in the High School, was elected captain. MissLouise Fenstamaker, a former Clarion High School player, was stationed at one for-ward, and led the team in scoring for the season. Miss Alice Hepler, who had con-siderable experience at Corsica before entering Clarion, was selected for the other for-ward, and in scoring was very close to Miss Fenstamaker. The center positions werepermanently filled by the Misses Mabelle Kline and Wilma Arner. Miss Kline outplayedher opponent in pr

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Image from page 471 of “St. Nicholas [serial]” (1873)
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Title: St. Nicholas [serial]
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Authors: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
Subjects: Children’s literature
Publisher: [New York : Scribner & Co.]
Contributing Library: Information and Library Science Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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