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Title: Outdoor life and Indian stories : making open air life attractive to young Americans by telling them all about woodcraft, signs and signaling, the stars, fishing, camping … : also stories of noted hunters and scouts, great Indians and warriors … all of them true and interesting
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Ellis, Edward Sylvester, 1840-1916
Subjects: Indians of North America Camping
Publisher: [Philadelphia? : s.n.
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ust could be placed in those of th<*other race, and sad indeed was it for the Moravian Christiansthat they did not act upon his own counsel. Before entering Salem, the chief made all his warri-ors leave their guns behind, so as not to alarm their hosts.When ready toleave, he turnedand addressedthe assembledChristians thank-ing them for theirhospitality, andassuring themthat they couldalways dependupon his stead-fast friendship. The following incident will illustrate a peculiar phase ofthe character of this remarkable man : One of the most noted scouts connected with ColonelBrodheads army, and afterward with Harmar, St. Clair andWayne, was an Irishman named Murphy. He was a rollick-ing fellow, with all the wit and waggery of his people, brave tothe last degree, and a master of woodcraft. Some of the exploitswith which he is credited sound incredible. No Indian couldfollow a shadowy^ trail through the woods more truly, and fewwere his equal in resources and quickness to see the right

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A FIGHT AT ODDS 164 WARRIOR AND KNIGHT thing to do in a crisis. He was tall, bony, homely of fea-ture, with a shock of fiery red hair and a freckled countenance.With many, his greatest gift was his fleetness of foot. In allthe races in which he engaged he never met his superior.Simon Kenton, who, in his prime, could run like a deer, saidMurphy was able to lead every one else. This point became well known to the Indians, and manyof them put forth their utmost efforts to capture him. Awareof the valuable help he gave to the whites, they would havegiven much to lay hands on him. He had slain and scalped(sad to say that barbarous practice was not confined to the redmen) some of their most noted warriors, and there would havebeen general rejoicing among all the tribes could the meansbe found to check his destroying career. Well, disaster came to Murphy at last. He had a hardfight with three Delawares, one summer afternoon, in thedepths of the wilderness. He shot one, wounded the second,and

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Title: Choice emblems, divine and moral, antient and modern, or, Delights for the ingenious, in above fifty select emblems , curiously ingraven upon copper-plates : with fifty pleasant poems and lots, by way of lottery, for illustrating each emblem to promote instruction and good counsel by diverting recreation
Year: 1732 (1730s)
Authors: R. B., 1632?-1725?
Subjects: Emblems
Publisher: London : Printed for Edmund Parker …
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d that both Shame and Want on them attends. Such like is their eftate, who (to appearHlch Men to others) do with inward Pain,A gladfome outward Port defire to bear,Tho* they at laft nor Wealth nor Credit gain.And fuch are all thofe^/y/crr/V^^, who ftrivcFalfe Hearts beneath Fair-fpoke-a-Words to hide :Por they oervail themfelves but with a Sive^Thro which their Purpofes at length are fpyd:And then they either wofully lamentTheir hriitijh Folly^ or fo hardened growIn finning, that they never can repent 5Kay, jeft and feoff at their own Overthrow. But no falfe Vail can ferve (when God will fmite^To fave a Scorner^ or an Hypocrite. Lot a 5 divine and Moral. l o iLot a5. TAke heed you do not quite forgetThat you are dancing in a Net>Many there are your JVays do fee,Altho you think unfeen you be. Your Faults we wil^ no nearei* touch jMethinks your Emblem blabs too much ^But if you mend what is amifs,You fhall be neer the worfe for this. F 5: Emblem XXVi: 102 Choice Emilemsy Emblem XXVI.

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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
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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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Title: Spalding’s official collegiate basket ball guide
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Fisher, Harry A., [from old catalog] ed
Subjects: Basketball
Publisher: New York, The American sports publishing company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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possession of the ball.In my opinion he mastered the dribble better than any otherplayer in the league. Another very good forward was Captain-elect Birch of Wis-consin. With more aggressiveness next season Birch shoulddevelop into a star. As the season advanced he became moreaggressive, and this was noticeable in the two Wisconsin-Indiana games. In the first game Birch succeeded in cagingone basket against Graves, who guarded him; in the second onehe score deight goals against the same guard. To him must Degiven the record of having scored the greatest number of fieldgoals of the season. He is a heady and active player, but doesnot possess that bull-dog tenacity which Popperfuss and Lawlerare endowed with. His record as a free-thrower is very good. Sauer of Chicago comes next in order as a forward. Whilehe scored nearly as many baskets as Birch and more than eitherPopperfuss or Lawler, he was not in the same class with anyof the three mentioned as an all-around player. The playing of

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SPALDINGS ATHLETIC LIBRARY his excellent team matevs aided materially in his being able tomake the number of goals which are credited to him. Hansenof Minnesota played consistently at forward throughout theseason, and the same is true of Kelly of Chicago. While notstars, they are what one would term first-class players. Hansenis a good goal finder and throws free-throws remarkably well.Lamke of Northwestern, the best man on his team, was a fairforward, as were also Hipskind of Indiana. Scoville of Wiscon-sin, Earnhardt of Iowa, and McVaugh of Purdue, who suc-ceeded in caging twelve field goals in a game against Indiana. CENTERS. At center is where we miss Schommer, star of the past fourseasons. Comparatively speaking, the centers were the weak-est spots in all teams with the excption of Purdue, where herstar man Charters was stationed. He without doubt was theclassiest center of the year, and was fortunate in being pos-sessed of all the requirements necessary in a good center,namely,

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Title: Deeds of valor : how The united states’s heroes won the medal of honor : personal reminiscences and records of officers and enlisted males have been granted the congressional medal of honor for most conspicuous functions of bravery in battle : along with an abridged reputation for our country’s conflicts
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Writers: Beyer, Walter F Keydel, Oscar F. (Oscar Frederick), b. 1871
Subjects: United Says. Army United Says. Navy
Publisher: Detroit, Mich. : Perrien-Keydel Co.
Adding Library: Harold B. Lee Library
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, quartergunner up to speed the Val-ley City, won right here hisMedal of Honor. In theattack upon the hostilegunboats the Valley City,together aided by the White-head, formed the squad-rons reserve. a layer ofthe opponent caused fire tobreak out on the first-named vessel, near tothe dust magazine.Davis, who had been one ofthe men in control, sawan open barrel full ofpowder, and sparks andflames shooting towardsit. Quick as lightning,and without gauging hischances he jumped tothe barrel and sat uponit, therefore avoiding thefire from achieving thepowder. He got therejust in the nick period,the sparks and cindersflying all about him, set-ting flre to their garments and burning up him severely. But he did not flinch, andstuck to their quite undesirable host to rest until comrades had put out the flames.Thus performed the brave man prevent the explosion regarding the mag plus the destructionof the ship. The report of their commanding officer gave him full credit for their he-roic work, and secured for him the well-deserved medal.

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HE FAILED TO FLINCH. — 15 — THE KNOWN water DUEL Cricssons Monitor premiered from the 30th of January, 1862, in Thomas R.*-^ Rowlands shipyard at Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The problems the inventor had inconvincing naval officials and naval constructors of the soundness of the principlesunderlying their plan are too dominant to require significantly more than mention right here. From the 25th of February she had been turned-over into the federal government and put in com-mission; Lieutenant J. L. Worden had been appointed the woman captain and Lieutenant S. D.Greene this lady exec; the crew ended up being selected from volunteers regarding the North Carolinaand the Sabine, then lying in nyc Harbor. The vessel was manned by twelveofficers and forty-six men of numerous ranks, fifty-eight throughout. She left ny for Hampton roadways from the 6th of March. There are narra-tions for this trip by several associated with crew; all agree as to the poor sea-going qualitiesthis vessel showed. Through the first night the wheel-ropes became jammed and theships security depend

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Title: The black and gold [serial]
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: Winston City High School (Winston, N.C.) Winston-Salem City High School (Winston, N.C.) Richard J. Reynolds High School (Winston-Salem, N.C.) North High School (Winston-Salem, N.C.) South High School (Winston-Salem, N.C.) John W. Hanes High School (Winston-Salem, N.C.) James A. Gray High School (Winston-Salem, N.C.)
Subjects: Winston City High School (Winston, N.C.) Winston City High School (Winston, N.C.) Winston-Salem City High School (Winston, N.C.) Winston-Salem City High School (Winston, N.C.) Richard J. Reynolds High School (Winston-Salem, N.C.) Richard J. Reynolds High School (Winston-Salem, N.C.) North High School (Winston-Salem, N.C.) North High School (Winston-Salem, N.C.) South High School (Winston-Salem, N.C.) South High School (Winston-Salem, N.C.) John W. Hanes High School (Winston-Salem, N.C.) John W. Hanes High School (Winston-Salem, N.C.) James A. Gray High School (Winston-Salem, N.C.) James A. Gray High School (Winston-Salem, N.C.) School yearbooks
Publisher: Winston, N.C. : Winston City High School Winston-Salem, N.C. : Winston-Salem City High School Winston-Salem, N.C. : Richard J. Reynolds High School Winston-Salem, N.C. : Staff of the Black and Gold : Richard J. Reynolds High School Winston-Salem, N.C. : Black and Gold Staff of the Winston-Salem High Schools Winston-Salem, N.C. : Winston-Salem High Schools Winston-Salem, N.C. : R.J. Reynolds High School
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