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over Franklin. The struggle was hard fought throu.ghout, but
Earlham scored three ;;o:,ls in the last tw.. minutes of play, and
defeated her old riv.il liy a ~eore of 24 to 21. Thus the old



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Mile Run — Ree.l I Wabash). 4 min. 40-:, sec.
12()-^■ard llunlle— White ( I'.arlliam ) , Kr.-, sec.
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ire the season began this
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r ;md K.d. Mills, two con-



There rem;iined I'lden .MilN. bolder of the I. C. .\. i.. discus
rccor.l. .Morrish of licavx uei-lit fame. .\eal for the long
distances, and .\niett and W nislou for the hnr.Ues. With
them as a nucleus the C.ach w.is depending upon last year's
scrubs and the new men to balance u|) the team. Among
the former were Loree. Kemp, lones, Hutton. Fellers and
Tippey. Of the Freshmen. Cutrell. the star from I'lainfield
Academv. IX Mills. R, Rees, Kampe, and H. Canaday
seemed the mos( proimsing.

A look ;it the dope indicated that Earlham had a good
chance to win over l-'ranklin. It was conceded that Indiana



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THE SARGASSOj^^j



BASEBALL

L. H.iniis, Cutt'iiii

AND Cai.vkrt, Manaqa




Even last year someboily
Init to-ilay it is one of the

if anyone doubts wlietlier
to Reid Field on an after-

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a good liuiii h 1,1 iii.iicii
last veai-'v umim, I'l-h,
Wallace, the mam Ma)
team were all on hand a
Calvert, Leonard and Hohhs would hold t
sitions on the in-field and that 'Peniplm.
would occuiiN" re^|KCti\ eU kl'l, nniir an.
The iirMl.li-m liel-n' rnarli WalLae

man for ,sh..rtsin|,. a lauher. and a l;

staff. Smith an.l I'onlui-, were c.ntende
position, with the possibility of shifting Le
stop position if neither of them made i;oi



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ly three men were lost fi
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lation was organized in the
jurpose to boost girls' ath-
link girk mure closely together in a social way.
The membership is unlimited, the dues arc a iiiimis i|uan-
tity ; yet every girl who possesses a mciiiljcrshi|) card is
proud of it.

Immediately after the Christina^ ]i..lid,iy^. llicic was a
party in the gym, to which all gir!^ uli^ paid the necessary
ten cents were invited. It is safe to ^ay th.it the party was
a success: a versatile social committee saw to that. Here
the "I'.s" ucre awarded to the varsity hockey team and
eats aliiiiinded in true Earlham fashion.

The second event took place in the Co
F.arlham and high school Senior skirls w
sample of the "ups and downs" of life in t
hour jaunt on skates. For these two ev'
tion was responsible, and will be for many more
bancjuet in the spring, all athletic honors are awanled to
classes and individuals for the winter and sjjring sports ami
the season closed with colors flying.

It is in order here to mention the new athletic field for
girls south-west of Earlham Hall which was opened for the
first time last fall. It accommodates a im-yard hockey fiebl.
a volley ball and two liaskct'l)all courts. sp:iccs tor archery
and quoits and tcthcr-liall ;ind ,i liascliall diamond, witii



irlli;



1. where the
reated to a
in of a two
the associa-
the



years to allow for sufticient rolling and seasoning this
ground ought to be one of the best girls' fields in the United
States,

The new hockey field was initiated this fall by thirty or

during the first week in I )cceiiilier, sfimc times in snow and
freezing weather.

This is the second vear oi hocke\ at I'.arlhani and tliosc
who play it think there is nothm- like it. jiidgin,^ In the

with which the I'reshnien to,ii< to the game, the hockey
season next \ear slmiild lead n^lit out with excellent teams,

\'arsit\ 'i lockev Team— ( hMJ Keed, l-'.lsie McLane, Flor-
ence Hadley, Edna Parker, .\,ldie llutler, \'erla Kurtz.
Frances Graham, Dora F., Wilson. Loretta Rush, F.lleii
Sherrill, Ruth I'etrv.

.As usual, basket-ball was the chief interest of the win-
ter indoor season, .\fler practicing together in promiscu-
ous squads, two class teams were picked by the captains and
managers and a sehediile ol uiatcli games arranged. .\o

and not until the final g.iiin-. wlmh -.ue ilie \Kior\ to lite
Sophomores, was the outwime lert.iiii. The w luiimg ot
the indoor series gives ten points to the Sophomores toward
the class pennant, to be awarded to the class receiving the
greatest number of points by the end of the season.



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Professor William N.!—Ever> I 1 k I 1 s a tall, thm fr^inre -trid-

His kind twinkling eyes, and hi ta i k I I \ I sually tr..t, in hi. « ake

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^ M THE SARGASSO^ I




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The Freshmen say, "Van Doren is a good
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