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Image from page 66 of “The chief” (1917)
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Title: The chief
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Greenville High School (Greenville, Ohio)
Subjects: Greenville High School (Greenville, Ohio)
Publisher: [Greenville, Ohio] : Published by the senior class of the Greenville High School
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive
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ics of this kind for thereare but three other teams in the state of ( )ln(). Every group had enough play-ers for a full team but owing to inclement weather the games, were postponed.The Red team elected Mae Frances kol]) as their ca])tain ; the Orange, Florence.Miller; the lllue, Agnes Altick, and the drew i\uth Kerlin. We are at i)resent in the midst of the track season. In the three track meetsalready held the Grey team liave won. At ])resent the Grey appears to be in nogreater danger of losing the honored jjosition but it would be difficult to pre-dict exactly the final standing of the various teams. With the arrival of spring also comes marbles, baseball and tennis. .Althoughthe groups as a whole do not ])articipate in the first sport mentioned, many outof all the groups still enjoy that privilege. ,\fter the track season the boys willdevote their time and strength to luiseball. P.eside the grou]i teams we hope tohave one of the best high school baseball teams we have ever had. 60
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FOOTBALL. The fullback comes away from the game in wreck;Theyve banged up his arm and stepped on his neck.And no more this season hell hear victory ringFor he walks with a crutch and his Iieads in a sling. As long as he lives he will brag more and moreAnd tell how thru enemies lines he gallantly tore.And Freshies will list to his tale of distressAnd wish they too could be sent home by express. And people will list to his gallant boast.And throv/ up their hats and drink him a toastAnd when hes done with his harrowing talesPeople will wi.sh they too were harder than nails. Worley Kerlin, 17. FOOTBALL The football season of 1916 when viewed from the standpoint of the num-ber of games won was a total failure. However we were all benefited greatlyby this season. It is much more difificult to support faithfully a losing team thanit is a winning team. The high school as a whole showed their loyalty by stand-ing back of the team and by always treating their visitors courteously. Everygame was
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