Image from page 98 of “The Caldron” (1904)
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Title: The Caldron
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Fort Wayne High and Manual Training School (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
Subjects: Fort Wayne High and Manual Training School (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
Publisher: Fort Wayne, Ind. : The School
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Digitizing Sponsor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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Head Linesman—Coil CIS). BASKET BALL (By C. Heck.) The Senior class was well represented in every branch of athletics this year,and enjoyed a most successful season, regarding percentage of wins and losses. Butthere is no doubt who came out the best financially, since the Seniors made aboutfour times as much money as all the other classes. We had a very formidable team in football, so we had little trouble in trouncingthe Freshmen in the only class game in which we participated. Further accountsof this game will be found above. In the basketball league our boys were runnersup. We duly acknowledge thatthe Juniors, the leaders, had the best class team in the history of the school, andwe only hope that they will do better next year. As a matter of fact, we wish to statethat we were the only five to obey the eligibility rules for the class games, so we de-serve much credit for the showing of our eligible team. On January 20th our male quintet walloped the Freshmen by the score of 43 to
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16. Throughout the first period of the game each side showed great form, and theSeniors were held to a 19-to-8 score. But the second period the Freshmen were unableto stand the strain, and the Seniors practically had everything their own way. Duringthe last period Kendall was the only Freshman who was able to locate the basket.He tallied three times in succession from the floor. Seibt proved to be the shiningstar on account of his spectacular guarding; Shulze was high man on the scoringend, dropping ten baskets through the netting. The line-up and score: SENIORS, (43). FRESHMEN. (16). Shulze F Stahl Diffendorter-Geller F Moellering Buck-Steup C Kendall Gellei-Diff G Strodel-FLeel Seibt G Lake Field Goals—Shulze, 10; Dift, 1; Geller, 5: Buck, 1; Steup, 3; Seibt. 1; Stahl. 4; Ken-dall. 3. Free Throws—Geller. 1: Stahl, 2.Referee—Kendricks. 17. The outcome of our battle with the Juniors and Sophomores will be found intheir respective sections of this number. Yet, we would like to sa
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