1 The Indiana High School Athletic Association EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL HAND BOOK AND REPORT of the BOARD OF CONTROL NINETEEN HUNDRED TWENTY-ONE
3 The Indiana High School Athletic Association EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL HAND BOOK and REPORT of the BOARD OF CONTROL Published by the Board of Control MERLE ABBETT, President^JAMES LEFFEL, Treasurer Bedford^ Warsaw K. W. AMMERMAN^JOS. SHOCK^F. L. BUSENBURG Indianapolis^Lafayette^Columbus A. L. TRRSTER, Permanent Secretary LaPorte
5 M. J. ABBETT, Retiring President
7 I. H. S. A. A. Districts by Counties
9 Indiana High School Athletic Association I. H. S. A. A. MEMBERSHIP November 14, 1921 (Do Not Compete With Non-Members) Acton Advance Akron Alamo Albany Albion Alexandria Algiers Alquina (Connersville) Ambia Amboy Amo Anderson Andrews Angola Arcadia Argos Arlington Ashboro Ashley Atlanta Attica Atwood Auburn Aurora Avilla Avon (Danville) Bainbridge Bango Twp. (Elkhart) Banquo (Warren) Batesville Battle Ground Beaver Dam (Mentone) Bedford Beech Grove Bellmore Ben Davis (Indianapolis) Bentonville Berne Bicknell Bippus Blackhawk Bloomingdale Bloomfield Bloomington Bluffton Boggstown (London) Boonville Boone Grove Boston Boswell Bourbon Bowers Boxley (Sheridan) Brazil Bremen Brewersville Bridgeton Bringhurst Brighton (Howe) Bristol Broad Ripple (Indianapolis) - Brook Brookston Brookville Brownsburg Brownstown Brownsville Bryant Buck Creek Bunker Hill Burket Burlington Burnettsville Burney Burns City Butler Butlerville Butler Twp. (Peru) Cadiz Cambridge City Camden Carlisle Carmel Carthage Castleton Cates Cayuga Center (Mays) Center Grove (Greenwood) Center Consoli dated (Selma) Centerville Centra l (Lebanon) Chalmers Charlottesville Charlestown Chester (North Man chester) Chili Chippewa (Wabash) Chrisney Churubusco Cicero Clarksburg Clarks Hill Clark Twp. (Greenwood) Clay City Claypool Clayton Clear Creek (Huntington) Clearspring (Norman Sta tion) Clinton Clinton (Westville) Clinton Center (Greencastle) Cloverdale Coal City Coalmont Coesse Colfax Collins (Columbia City) Columbia City Columbus Concannon (W. Terre Haute) Connersville Converse Cortland Cory Corydon Cowan
10 Covington Crawfordsville Cromwell Crothersville Cumberland. Crown Point Culver Cutler Cynthiana Dale Daleville Dana Danville Darlington Dayton Decatur Decker Deedsville Deer Creek (Camden) Delphi DeMotte Deputy DeSoto Dillsboro Duggar Depauw Dunkirk Dupont Eagle Twp. (Zionsville) Earl Park East Chicago Eaton Economy Eden (Greenfield) Edwardsport Elberfield Elizabeth Elkhart Ellettsville Elmore Twp. (Elnora) Elwood Eminence Emison English Epsom (Plainville) Etna Twp. (Etna Green) Evansville --Central --Joseph Reitz Everton Fairbanks Fairland Fairmount Fairmount Ac. Fair Oaks Fairview Twp. (Falmouth) Farmersburg Fayetteville (Bedford) Fillmore Fishers Flat Rock Flint (Angela) Flora Folsomville Fontanet Forest Fortville Fort Branch Ft. Wayne Fountain City Fountaintown Fowler Francesville Francisco Frankfort Franklin Frankton Freedom Freeland Park Freelandville Freetown Fremont French Lick Fritchton (Vincennes) Fulton Gas City Galveston Garrett Gary --Emerson --Frobel Gaston Geneva Geneva (Flat Rock) Gentryville Gilead Hudson (Macy) Huntingburg Ging (Rushville) Huntington Glenn Huntsville (Seelyville) (Modoc) Glenwood Huron Goldsmith Hymera Goodland Goshen Indianapolis Gosport --Manual Train Grandview ing Grass Creek --Shortridge Gray --Technical (Portland) Inwood Graysville Jackson Greencastle (Union City) Greenfield Jackson Twp. Greens Fork (West Point) Greensburg Jamestown Greentown Jasonville Green Twp. Jasper (Ridgeville) Jefferson Greenwood (Frankfort) Hagerstown Jefferson Hamilton (Ridgeville) Hamlet Jefferson Twp. Hammond (Denver) Hanna Jefferson Center Hanover (Columbia Hardinsburg City) Harlan Jeffersonville Hartford City Jonesboro Hartford Twp. Kempton (Geneva) Kendallville Haubstadt Kennard Haw Creek Tp Kentland (Hope) Kewanna Hayden Kingman Hazleton Kingsbury Hebron Kirkland Twp. Helmer (Decatur) Helt Twp. Kirklin (Dana) Knightstown Heltonville Knox Hillsdale Kokomo Hillsboro Kouts Hobart Laconia Holland LaCrosse Holton Ladoga Hopewell Lafayette (Franklin) LaFontaine Howard Twp. (Kokomo) LaGrange
11 Largo Laketon Lakeville Lancaster Centel (Huntington) LaPaz Lapel LaPorte Larwill Laurel Lawrence Lawrenceburg Leavenworth Lebanon Leesburg Leiters Ford Leo (Grabill) Letts Lewisville Liberty Liberty Center Ligonier Lima (Howe) Lincolnville (Wabash) Linden Linlawn (Wabash) Linton Little York Lizton Logansport Loogootee Losantville Lowell Luce T'wp. (Lake) Lucerne Lyons Lynn Lynnville Mace (Linnsburg) Mackey Macy Madison Manilla Marco Marengo Marion Markle Markleville Marshall Martinsville Matthews Mauckport Maumee Tp. (Woodburn) Maxwell McCordsville McKinley (Winchester) Mecca Medaryville Medora Mentone Mellott Metea (Twelve Mile). Metz Michigan City Michigantown Middlebury Middletown Midland Milan Milford Mill Creek Millersburg Milltown Milroy Milton Mishawaka Mitchell Modoc Mongo Monitor (Lafayette) Monon Monroe Monroe City Monroe (Farmland) Monroe (Parker) Monroeville Monrovia Monterey Montezuma Monticello Montgomery Montmorenci Monument City (Huntington) Morocco Montpelier Mooreland Moores Hill Mooresvill e Morgantown Morristown Moscow (Milroy) Mt. Auburn (Edinburg) - Mt. Ayr Mt. Comfort Mt. Olympus (Hazleton) Mt. Summit Mt. Vernon Mulberry Muncie Napoleon Nappanee Needmore (Bedford) New Albany New Amsterdam New Augusta Newbern (Columbus) Newberry New Bethel (Wanamaker) New Castle New Harmony New Haven New Lebanon New Lisbon New London (Russiaville) New Middletown New Palestine New Paris Newport New Richmond New Ross New Salem Newtown New Waverly Nirevah New Winchester North Bend Twp. (Montery) North Liberty North Judson North Madison North Manches ter North Salem North Vernon North Webster Oakland City Oaklandon Oaktown Odon Onward Oolitic Orange (Glenwood) Orland Orleans Osgood Ossian Otterbein Otwell Owensburg Owensville Oxford Paoli Palmyra Paragon Paris Crossing Patriot Patoka Patricksburg Paxton Pendleton Pennville Perrysville Pershing Twp (Freetown) Peru Petersburg Petroleum Pierceton Pimento Pine Twp. (Remington) Pine Village Pit tsboro Plainfield Plainville Pleasant Lake Pleasantville Plymouth Poling (Bryant) Portland
12 Poseyville Prairie Creek Princeton Pulaski Quincy Raleigh (Mays) Raub Redkey Reelsville Remington Rensselaer Reynolds Richland Center (Rochester) Richmond Ridgeville Riley Rising Sun Roachdale Roanoke Roann Rochester Rock Creek (Huntington) Rockport Rockville Roll Rolling Prairie Romney Rosedale Rossville Royal Center Royerton (Muncie) Rushville Russellville Russiaville Ryker's Ridge (Madison) Salem Salem Twp. (Helmer) Saluda (Hanover) Sandborn Sandusky (Greensburg) San Jacinto ) San Pierre Saratoga Sardinia Scipio (North Vernon Scircleville Scotland Scottsburg Selma Selvin Seymour Shadeland (Indianapolis) Sharpsville Shelbyville Sheridan Shiels (Seymour) Shipshewana Shoals Sidney Silver Lake Smithville Somerset South Bend South Milford Southport South Whitley Spartanburg (Lynn) Spencer Spencerville Spiceland Ac. Springville Spurgeon Star City Staunton Stendal Stewartsville Stilesville Stillwell Stinesville St. Joe Stockwell Stoney Creek (Farmland) St. Paul Straughn Sullivan Sulphur Springs Summitville Swayzee Sweetser Switz City Syracuse Talma (Rochester) Tangier Teegarden Tefft Tennyson Terre Haute --Garfield --Normal --Wiley Thorntown Tippecanoe Tipton Tocsin Topeka Trafalgar Tunnelton Twelve Mile Union Union Center (Huntington) Union Center (Zanesville) Union City Union Mills Union Twp. (Bargersville) Union Twp. (Greentown) Upland Urbana Valley Mills Vallonia Valparaiso Van Buren Van Buren Twp. (Waymansville), Veedersburg Velpen Vernon Versailles Vevay Vincennes Wabash Wadena (Fowler) Wadesville Wakarusa Waldron Wallace Walnut Grove (Arcadia) Walton Wanatah Warren Warsaw Washington Washington Center (Columbia City) Waterloo Waveland Wawaka Wayne (Union City) Waynetown Wea (Lafayette) Webb (Rushville) Webster West (Plymouth) West Baden Westfield West Lafayette Westland West Middleton West Newton West Point Westport West Terre Haute Westville dwheatfiel Wheatland Whiteland Whitestown Whitewater (Richmond) Whiting Wilkinson Williams Williamsport Winamac Winchester Windfall Wingate Winslow Wolcott Wolf Lake Worthington Yankeetown (Newburg) Yorktown Young America Total--673
13 Address by Retiring President MERLE J. ABBETT To the Indiana High School Athletic Association It has been a distinct pleasure to me to serve in various capacities over a period of several years this fine, big organization-- the Indiana High School Athletic Association. It has enjoyed phenomenal growth during the last few years and has accomplished great good in our schools with our boys and girls. There are still many problems that must be faced; some of which have come with its increased scope of activity and some as old or older than the organization itself. The primary purpose of the organization certainly is to better care for the needs of the boys, teach them fine manhood, develop finer standards of sportsmanship, strong ideals that will function in later life and sturdier physical bodies. This can not be accomplished, and is not accomplished by a governing body, principal, coach, or well meaning fan working alone but by the good work of each, and the splendid help of each must not be lost sight of. A hearty co-operation of each functioning in their proper sphere gives us the combined force which has worked wonders for all of us and will continue to. The open forum in our annual meeting has furnished us all a basis to correct our individual school ills in athletics and has many times furnished us the basis for proper growth and adjustment. The support that the Board has received from the principals and coaches has been wonderful and helpful. The program which I am here suggesting is the result of expressions from many of the finest type principals and coaches. If we are to go forward, and I trust we will ever, we must sit tight on a radical departure from a well known and defined policy, which has in almost every way been a success. First: There is need for help in some sections of our state. This need in all cases is not financial but in some cases it is. In such cases after proper investigation, I suggest that we could help them in many ways from the treasury of the Indiana High School Athletic Association. The real need however may be to help them get across with their athletic policy in their own communities which they may have been working on. Those of us who may have this already developed may recall the problems we had to face and lend encourage-
14 ment. I see no reason why these boys should not have gymnasiums, better physical training and better recreational programs for the summer. Some of these boys must drive several miles to even have the benefit of a gymnasium for practice. We can not build these but we can help in creating a proper sentiment for them. The athletic association has funds that could be used in carrying proper publicity to all parts of the state, provide speakers on our institute programs who.would further the interests of the schools in physical training and recreational work. Ours is not an organization for basketball alone but even the most critical must admit it has made possible a gymnasium in many communities which if rightly used will be used every hour in the day and part of the time at night to serve boys and girls, also to serve the community in this same interest. I see in the suggestion of a division of the funds coming from our tourneys on basis of the ticket sale sold by the several schools and to their fans much merit and I am sure that we could help the above situation by a proper distribution on the above basis. We should never fail to keep up our high standard of entertainment and dispensing good fellowship in these centers at sectional tourney time and should not cripple these however, by not seeing merit in a proper consideration for all schools participating. Second: The members of the board could, (with only their expenses paid) visit the schools of their district and thus come in conact with the problems and help with kindly criticism and suggestion, the principals and coaches who are fighting against odds perhaps to help their boys. There are many situations that would not need this but there are certainly some that could be helped by it, and I suspect that we might be helped ourselves as members of the Board. This should be done by individuals who have a desire to help and not to pick out flaws or faults. Most of us have enough to do to set our own situations right and too much time is often spent in fault finding and unpleasant criticism which is never helpful. We should also bear in mind that our school is just one unit of a great big whole and that we view any situation in the light of all others concerned. It is not our duty, neither is it our right as principals to be selfish in our desires and try to force certain issues to the detriment of others. Bear in mind that your situation is one, there are 642 others. just as good, and trying to get the same place. - Third: There are many evils which need our attention collec tively and individually. Gambling exists and follows basketball as many other activities. There is no place for this and we should neither permit nor tolerate its existence. This organization is for all lines of activity and an evil may arise when we become top heavy in one branch, since we are very apt to limit the number of boys we reach. This number should be several times five. The schedules in basketball in many cases are too long and cer-
15 tainly we have more Immature boys than our western conference which limits the number of games to be played in one season. When it gets to the point that one activity takes the stage entirely in a school or community, it is certainly time to be reminded that scholarship is primary and these other things secondary. Our athletic program should strengthen and support our educational growth, never weaken or substitute for it. Let us remember that in these times we should keep level heads, support the men we elect to our Board of Control and our permanent secretary. As a retiring member of the Board of Control, I wish to thank all those who have by their kindly support and helpful suggestions made this a year of wonderful growth and enthusiasm. It has been one in which more boys have been helped in physical body, in mental attitude, in spirit of unselfishness, in an attitude farther away from the "here stuff," and have been encouraged to go forward in life better young men in every way. MERLE J. ABBETT.
16 BASKET BALL Announcement of I. H. S. A. A. Sectional, Regional and Final Basket Ball Tourneys, THE TENTH ANNUAL The Board of Control has completed the details for the State Championship Basket Ball Tourneys and announces the scheme in full: SECTIONAL TOURNEYS MARCH 4 AND 5 The following bases were used In selecting centers: (1) Location-geographical and with reference to schools desiring to participate. (2) Railways and interurban facilities. (3) General conditions--attitude of local authorities, floors, entertaining facilities, etc. Schools have been assigned by counties with the intention of having no more than 16 teams in each Tourney. The following scheme gives the Centers and also the counties assigned to each center. The name of your county locates Your center. The Board reserves the right to readjust the scheme if conditions make it advisable and necessary. The numbers indicate the schools from each county that have expressed their desire to enter at the present time. ANDERSON 4 Madison 7 Hancock 11 ATTICA 7 Fountain 2 Warren 7 Benton 16 AUBURN 5 DeKalb 8 Steuben 3 LaGrange 16 BEDFORD 5 Lawrence 1 Dubois 1 Martin 3 Orange 10 BLOOMINGTON 4 Monroe 0 Brown 6 Greene 2 Owen 12 BLUFFTON 5 Wells 5 Adams 5 Jay 15 COLUMBUS 3 Bartholomew 3 Dearborn 2 Jefferson 2 Jennings 1 Ohio 3 Ripley 1 Switzerland 15 CRAWFORDSV'LE 10 Montgomery FORT WAYNE 4 Allen 5 Noble 4 Whitley 13
17 FRANKLIN 6 Johnson 7 Shelby 13 GARY 7 Lake 2 Jasper 2 Newton 2 Porter 13 GREENCASTLE 6 Putnam 7 Parke 13 HUNTINGTON 8 Huntington 6 Wabash 14 INDIANAPOLIS 14 Marion KOKOMO 6 Howard 8 Hamilton 3 Tipton 17 LAFAYETTE 12 Tippecanoe LEBANON 5 Boone 7 Clinton 12 LOGANSPORT 3 Cass 5 Carroll 4 White MARION 8 Grant 3 Blackford 11 MARTINSVILLE 5 Morgan 9 Hendricks 14 NEW CASTLE 10 Henry OWENSVILLE 3 Gibson 0 Perry 3 Posey 2 Spencer 1 Vanderburg 2 Warrick 11 RICHMOND 9 Wayne 3 Fayette 2 Union 14 ROCHESTER 4 Fulton 6 Miami 2 Pulaski 2 Starke 14 RUSHVILLE 8 Rush 5 Decatur 2 Franklin SCOTTSBU RG 1 Scott 1 Clark 2 Crawford 1 Floyd 1 Harrison 0 Washington 5 Jackson 11 SOUTH BEND 4 St. Joseph 6 Elkhart 3 LaPorte 13 SULLIVAN 7 Sullivan 7 Daviess 14 TERRE HAUTE 3 Clay 6 Vigo 3 Vermillion 12 VINCENNES 8 Knox 5 Pike 13 WARSAW 8 Kosciusko 5 Marshall 13 WINCHESTER 10 Randolph 7 Delaware Management-The management of these Tourneys rests solely with the Board of Control. Local arrangements have been delegated to the Center Principals. Two officials for each Tourney will be 17
18 selected by the Board and none but fair, disinterested and competent men will be chosen. All schedules of Hours, Floors, Teams and officials will be made out and printed by the Board. All schedules will be drawn by lot and no changes will be made in them. Open Contest-The Tourneys are open to all members of the Association, irrespective of their season's record. Protests-All protests against teams or individuals must be made in writing and filed with the Permanent Secretary on or before February 25, at 11 a. m. Protests must be accompanied by evidence. Entertainment-Teams are limited to eight men, but ten men can be certified to. The Center Principals have contracted with the Board to entertain nine men (which must include the faculty manager) from each competing school. Entertainment will begin, if necessary, at 7 a. m. Friday, March 4, and continue, if necessary, to 8 a. m. Sunday, March 6. Printed schedules will be sent to each competing school in plenty of time to arrange for making the trip, etc. All competing schools are requested to ask for no longer entertainment than is necessary, but 'all schools are entitled to entertainment throughout the Tourney. Expenses-An entrance fee of one (1) dollar for each team must accompany the entry blank, which money will go into the treasury of the I. H. S. A. A. to defray expenses of the Tourneys incurred by the Board of Control. The Center Principals have contracted to pay transportation expenses of the competing schools according to the following conditions: After all expenses, save those of transportation, have been paid a balance shall be ascertained. The first one hundred (100) dollars or part thereof in this balance shall belong to the Center High School. If there is more than one hundred (100) dollars in the balance, the transportation expenses of the competing schools shall be paid of such part thereof as the balance prorated will give each school, the Tourney Center not sharing. Any balance yet remaining after $75 is paid to the I. H. S. A. A. shall belong to the Center High School. Privileges-All competing teams, one rubber, and one faculty manager from each team are to be admitted free to all games. Eligibility-The eligibility of each player must be certified to by the Principal of the school sending the team. Certificates must be made on the regular blanks furnished by the Permanent Secretary, and all data must be given as indicated. Entries will close Monday, February 21. This means that they must be in the hands of the Permanent Secretary complete In every detail on that date. All students must be eligible when they participate.
19 Admission Fee-The admission fee to an Tourney games shall be thirty-five (35) cents for single session tickets and one (1) dollar and fifty (50) cents for season tickets and no more shall be received for said tickets. No more tickets shall be sod than the capacity of the house will justify. Prizes-No prizes of any kind are to be awarded to any school or individual from any source. Distribution of Tickets-An equitable distribution of tickets shall he made among the competing schools based on distance, enrollment in High School, and probable attendance from the competing schools. Any unfair methods or prices higher than those mentioned in this announcement should be reported to the Board of Control with evidence. Warnings-Entries close Monday, February 21, and cannot be caanged afterwards. An entrance fee of $1.00 must accompany each entry blank. Special privileges will not be granted to anyone. Send all entry blanks and money to A. L. Trester, LaPorte, Ind. All data must he given on entry blank. REGIONAL TOURNEYS, PURDUE AND INDIANA, MARCH 12 Entrants-The winning teams of the Sectional Tourneys shall constitute the participants in the Regional Tourneys. The winners at Anderson, Attica, Auburn, Bluffton, Crawfordsville, Fort Wayne, Gary, Huntington, Kokomo, Lafayette, Lebanon, Logansport, Marion, Rochester, South Bend, and Warsaw will play at Purdue and the winners at Bedford, Bloomington, Columbus, Franklin, Greencastle, Indianapolis, Martinspille, New Castle, Owensville, Richmond, Rushville, Scottsburg, Sullivan, Terre Haute, Vincennes, and Winchester will play at Indiana. Entries-Tennis are limited to eight men but ten men may be certified to. These teams may or may not be made up of the same men that participated in the Sectional Tourneys. Certificates must be made on the regular blanks furnished by the Permanent Secretary and all data must be given as indicated. These are due in the hands of the Permanent Secretary on Monday, March 7, complete in every detail. If you desire to O. K. or change your Sectional Tourney blank send a definite telegram on or before this date. One entry fee covers all Tourneys. The Sectional entry blank will suffice for Regional Tourneys. Entertainment-Purdue and Indiana have contracted with the Board to entertain nine men (which number must include the faculty
20 manager) from each school. Entertainment will begin, if necessary, at 6 p. m. Friday, March 11, and continue, if necessary, to 8 a. m. Sunday, March 13. All competing schools are requested to ask for no longer entertainment than is necessary. Traveling will be paid in part or entirely by Purdue and Indiana according to the net receipts of the Tourney. Admission Fee- The admission fee to all games shall be fifty (50) cents for single session tickets and one (1) dollar for season tickets. Warnings-Entries are due Monday, March 7, and cannot be changed afterwards. Special privileges will not be granted to any one. Send all entry blanks to A. L. Trester, LaPorte, Indiana. All rata must be given. The management, protests, and privileges will be governed according to the regulations pertaining to the Sectional Tourneys. Prizes-No prizes of any kind are to be awarded to any school or individual from any source. Final Tourney, Indianapolis, March 18 and 19. Entrants-The winning teams of the two Regional Tourneys shall constitute the participants in the Final Tourney. Entries-Teams are limited to eight men but ten men can be certified to. These teams may or may not be made up of the same men that participated in the other Tourneys.,Certificates must be made on the regular blanks furnished by the Permanent Secretary, and all data must be given as indicated. These are due in the hands of the Permanent Secretary on Monday, March 14, complete in every detail. If you desire to 0. K. or change your Regional tourney blank send a definite telegram on or before this date. One entry fee covers all Tourneys. The Regional entry blank will suffice for the State Tourney. Entertainment-The three Indianapolis High Schools have contracted with the Board to entertain nine men (which number must include the faculty manager) from each school. Entertainment will begin, if necessary, at 7 a. m. Friday, March 18, and continue, if necessary, to 8 a. m., Sunday, March 20. All competing schools are requested to ask for no longer entertainment than is necessary. Traveling will be partly or entirely at the expense of the three Indianapolis High Schools according to the net receipts of the Tourney. Admission Fee-The admission fee to all Tourney games shall be thirty-five (35) cents for single session tickets and one (1) dollar and fifty (50) cents for season tickets. Warnings-Entries are due Monday, March 14, and cannot be
21 changed afterwards. Special privileges will not be granted to anyone. Send all entry blanks to A. L. Trester, LaPorte, Indiana. All data must be given. The management, protests, and privileges will be governed according to the regulations pertaining to the Sectional Tourneys. Prizes-The three Indianapolis High Schools will award the winning school a shield or similar trophy, and each member of its team an individual trophy. A medal, known as the J. Gimbel Prize for mental attitude, will be given to the boy showing the best mental and moral qualities at the Tourney. No other prizes shall be awarded. By order of the Board of Control. A. L. TRESTER, Permanent Secretary, LaPorte, Indiana. 15
22 I. H. S. A. A. Basket Ball Tournament Contract ARTICLES OF CONTRACT LaPorte, Indiana, The following Articles of Agreement are subscribed to by the Board of Control of the Indiana High School Athletic Association through A. L. Trester, Permanent Secretary, and Principal representing High School. SECTION I. The dates of the Indiana Sectional nigh School Basket Ball Tourneys shall be Friday and Saturday, March 4 and 5, SECTION II. The State High School Board of Control through A. L. Trester, Permanent Secretary, shall furnish the High School 'representatives with lists of qualified teams and the names of the men on the respective teams, on or before Tuesday, March 1. SECTION III. The High School representative shall provide free entertainment for the respective teams of nine men, which shall include one Faculty Manager for each team, between the hours of 7 a. m., Friday, March 4 and 8 a. m., Sunday, March 6. If possible this period of entertainment will be shortened by the Board of Control. All teams are entitled to entertainment throughout the tourney. SECTION IV. The High School representative shall provide tickets, door-men, ushers, announcers, scorers, timekeepers, basket balls, and all necessary equipment for the games. No prizes whatever are to be given. SECTION V. The matter of complimentary tickets shall be in the hands of the High School representative, who shall issue them to the Press, the officials, and to the helping students. All men of the competing teams, one rubber and one Faculty Manager for each team, are to be admitted to the tourney. SECTION VI. The I. H. S. A. A. Board of Control shall select the officials for the games not included in Section 4. SECTION VII. The admission fee to all Tourney games shall be thirty-five (3 5 )
23 cents for single session tickets and one dollar and fifty ($1.50) cents for season tickets. SECTION VIII. The High School representative shall pay to each Referee at the close of his work the sum of fifty ($50) dollars only. There will be two referees assigned to each Tourney. Entertainment, traveling and. hotel expenses are to be paid by the officials. SECTION IX. After all legitimate expenses, save those for the travel of the competing teams, have been paid a balance shall be ascertained, and if such proves to be more than one hundred ($100) dollars the transportation expenses of the competing schools shall be paid by the High School Representative. If the amount of the balance above one hundred ($100) dollars is not sufficient to pay all of the transportation expenses, this amount shall be distributed pro rata among the competing schools, the Center school not sharing in this distribution. If the amount above one hundred ($100) dollars is more than sufficient to pay all transportation expenses this amount shall be divided as follows: The first $75.00 or part thereof shall go to the I. H. S. A. A. and the remainder shall belong to the High School representative. The $ referred to above shall belong to the High School holding the Tourney. The Board reserves the right to judge what expenses are ligitimate. SECTION X. The High School under whose auspices the Tourney is held promises hearty cooperation with the State Board of Control and the State Board of Control promises as much to the High School conducting the Tourney. SECTION XI. The details of all Tourneys, such as protests, eligibility lists, schedules, etc., are to be cared for by the State Board of Control. SECTION XII. The State Board of Control hall manage all Tourneys, and the High Schools are to work under this direction. SECTION XIII. The High School representative shall send by telegram the name of the winning school to A. L. Trester, LaPorte, Indiana, as soon as the Tournament is completed. All entry blanks must be sent to A. L. Trester by special delivery Saturday evening, March 5th. The High School representative shall also send to A. L. Trester on or before Tuesday, March 8, the complete scores of all games, a complete and itemized statement of receipts and disbursements, and a check as called for in Section IX. ^ For High School^ For Board of Control
24 Contract With Basket Ball Officials ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT LaPorte, Indiana, ^ The following Articles of Agreement are subscribed to by the I. H. S. A. A. through A. L. Trester, Permanent Secretary, and (Name) Address (Phone number) ^ SECTION I. The dates of the Sectional Tourneys shall be March 4 and 5. SECTION II ^ agrees to officiate in such games as designated by the I. H. S. A. A. on the above dates. The C. H. S. A. A., through A. L. Trester, Permanent Secretary, agrees to pay for his services fifty ($50) dollars and no more. The High School Principal holding the Tourney shall pay this amount to the official at the close of the Tourney. Traveling and hotel expenses must be met by the official. SECTION III. agrees to co-operate with the Board of Control and the competing teams to make the Tourney fair in every way. The I. H. S. A. A. agrees to arrange a schedule of hours, teams. floors, officials, etc., and this schedule must not be changed by anyone save the I. H. S. A. A. Instructions for everyone will be on these schedules. SECTION IV. The I. H. S. A. A. will designate the place to work, with the assurance now that it will be as near to the official's home as thought best by all concerned. SECTION V. The I. H. S. A. A. will furnish two officials for each Tourney. These officials shall work in alternate games unless it seems advisable to use both in some games. SECTION VI. The I. H. S. A. A. agrees to furnish the officials full details on March 1 or sooner. SECTION VII. Spalding's official Basket Ball Rules for shall govern all
25 games. The rules are to ^ be enforced rigidly and fairly, thus eliminating roughness and unclean playing at all times. Principals will be asked to report on the work of the officials. SECTION VIII. This proposition must be signed by both parties and returned on or before to be binding. Official^ For I. H. S. A. A.
26 SECTIONAL BASKET BALL TOURNAMENTS Of the Indiana High School Athletic Association March 4 and 6, The Tenth Annual Tourneys are scheduled at Anderson, Attica, Auburn, Bedford, Bloomington, Bluffton, Columbus, Crawfordsville, Fort Wayne, Franklin, Gary, Greencastle, Huntington, Indianapolis, Kokomo, Lafayette, Lebanon, Logansport, Marion, Martinsville, New Castle, Owensville, Richmond, Rochester, Rushville, Scottsburg, South Bend, Sullivan, Terre Haute, Vincennes, Warsaw and Winchester. Teams must be on floor as scheduled under penalty of forfeiture of game. No changes wil be made in the schedule and no substitutions of non-entered players will be permitted. Eight of the players on the certified entry blank must constitute the team and these men must be chosen prior to the opening of the game. The official entry list will be in the hands of the Center Principal at all times, and shall constitute final evidence in all cases. Players will be subject to identification at any time. Teams are limited to eight men and must be in charge of a Faculty Manager, who will be held responsible for the students and their conduct. Spaulding's Official Guide for shall govern. The halves shall be 15 minutes in all games. The officials have been assigned by the Board and no changes will be made. Their decisions will be final. The admission fee to all Tourney games shall not be more than 35c for single session tickets and $1.50 for season tickets. The winning team in each Tourney will participate on March 12 in a Regional Series assigned by the following scheme: The winners at Anderson, Attica, Auburn, Bluffton, Crawfordsville, Fort Wayne, Gary, Huntington, Kokomo, Lafayette, Lebanon, Logansport, Marion, Rochester, South Bend and Warsaw will play at Purdue, and the win - ners at Bedford, Bloomington, Columbus, Franklin, Greencastle, Indianapolis, Martinsville, New Castle, Owensville, Richmond, Rushville, Scottsburg, Sullivan, Terre Haute, Vincennes and Winchester will play at Indiana. Sectional entry blanks may be used for the Regional Series, providing the Permanent Secretary is so informed on or before Monday, March 7. Entertainment, board and lodging, for nine men from each competing school begins, if necessary, at 7 a. m. Friday and continues, if necessary, to 8 a. m. Sunday. Kindly ask for no longer entertainment than is necessary.
27 Franklin High School Basket Ball Team--State Champions 1921
29 Transportation expenses will be paid according to the plan outlined in the announcement of January 11. Nine complimentary tickets will be issued to each Faculty Manager, admitting to all games. Managers should call for these upon arrival. These tickets are not transferable. Communications with the Bcard during the Tourneys should be carried on through A. L. Trester. If you observe this, business will be expedited. The Center Principal will be the local manager and all should co-operate with him in carrying on a successful Tourney. A. L. TRESTER, Permanent Secretary, LaPorte, Ind. BOARD OF CONTROL-M. J. Abbett, President, Bedford; James Leffel, Treasurer, Warsaw; K. V. Ammerman, Indianapolis; Jos. Shock, Lafayette; F. L. Bisenberg, Columbus.
30 ^ RESULTS OF SECTIONAL TOURNEYS ANDERSON Anderson ^ ^ Pendleton Summitville ^ 23-7 Westland Greenfield ^22-14 ^ Maxwell Lapel ^ ^ Mt. Comfort Fortville ^ Markleville Elwood ^ 64-10^ Eden New Palestine ^ ^ Noblesville Charlottesville ^ 14-8 ^ McCordsville Anderson ^ ^ Summitville Lapel ^ 43-6^ Greenfield Elwood ^ ^ Fortville* New Palestine ^16-13 ^ Charlottesville Anderson ^ 37-4^ Lapel New Palestine ^ Elwood Anderson ^ ^ New Palestine *Overtime. ATTICA Covington 13-8 Freeland Park Arabia ^ 24-4^ Pine Twp. (Fowler) Fowler ^ 13-12^ Kingman Attica ^ 12-11^ Boswell Hillsboro ^ 21-6 Williamsport Pine Village ^ 28-7 ^ Newtown Oxford ^ 27-8^ Wallace Veedersburg ^ ^ Mellott Covington ^ ^ Ambia Attica ^ 14-7^ Fowler Pine Village ^ ^ Hillsboro Oxford ^ 27-8^ Veedersburg Covington ^ ^ Attica Pine Village ^ ^Oxford Pine Village ^ ^Covington Officials Lee Sinclair and Walter Skemp. AUBURN Angola ^ 22-15^ Auburn South Milford ^ ^ Metz
32 Pennville ^ 2549 ^ Decatur Geneva ^ 18-6^ Dunkirk Monroe ^ 2-0^ Warren Bryant ^ 45-7^ Poling Liberty Center ^ 19-8^ Petroleum Bluffton ^ 28-8^ Hartford Twp. Pennville ^ 31-20^ Kirkland Twp. Monroe ^ 20-9^ Geneva Liberty Center ^ ^ Bryant Bluffton ^ ^ Pennville Monroe ^ ^ Liberty Center Monroe ^ ^ Bluffton Officials-R. Braesemele and R. Gilbert. COLUMBUS North Vernon ^ ^ Osgood Patriot ^ ^ Scipio Newbern ^ ^ Batesville Milan ^ ^ Moores Hill Versailles ^ 35-9 ^ Holton Madison ^ 26-3^ Vernon Columbus ^ 48-4^ Haw Creek Twp. Aurora ^ 17-15^ Vevay North Vernon ^ ^ Patriot Milan ^ 10-6^ Newbern Madison ^ ^ Versailles Columbus ^ 15-8^ Aurora North Vernon ^ ^ Milan Columbus ^ 3947^ Madison Columbus ^ ^ North Vernon Officials-Joseph Edwards, C. E. Steward. CRAWFORDSVILLE Bowers ^ 13-9 ^ Darlington Ladoga ^ 25-16^ Linden Crawfordsville ^ 2-0^ Maw (Forfeit) New Richmond ^ ^ New Ross Wingate ^ ^ Waveland Bowers ^ 17-8^ Alamo Crawfordsville ^ 21-11^ Ladoga Wingate ^ 24-11^ New Richmond Crawfordsville ^ 23-12^ Bowers Crawfordsville ^ 17- '9 ^ Wingate FORT WAYNE Ligonier ^ ^ Churubusco Wolf Lake ^ 52-6^ Avilla Columbia City ^ 21-9 ^ Harlan
33 ^ South Whitley ^ 26- '2 ^ Cromwell Monroeville ^ 1542 ^ Washington Center Kendallville ^ 44-6^ Larwill Ft. Wayne ^ 38-4^ Woodburn Albion ^ 25-9^ St. Joe Wolf Lake ^ 23-15^ Ligonier South Whitley ^ ^ Columbia City Kendallville ^ ^ Monroeville Ft. Wayne ^ ^ Albion Wolf Lake ^ 24-15^ South Whitley Kendallville ^ ^ Ft. Wayne Kendallville ^ 18-9^ Wolf Lake FRANKLIN Ninevah ^ 38-8^ Flat Rock Morristown ^ ^ Hopewell Clark Twp. ^ 25-21^ Greenwood Center Grove ^ ^ Fairland Franklin ^ 38-5^ Waldron Shelbyville ^ 36-9 ^Boggstown Whiteland ^ 23-14^ Union Twp. Trafalgar ^ ^ Edinburg Ninevah ^.28-6 ^ Fountaintown Morristown ^ ^ Clark Twp. Franklin ^ ^ Center Grove Shelbyville ^ 28-8 ^ Whiteland Trafalgar ^ ^ Ninevah Franklin ^ 38-7^ Morristown Shelbyville ^ ^ Trafalgar Franklin ^ Shelbyville Officials Craigle and Clark. GARY Lowell ^ Valparaiso Rensselaer ^ 12-6^ Kentland Emerson ^ 45-15^ Hebron Brook ^ 31-14^ E. Chicago Frobel 13-7 ^ Crown Point Fair Oaks ^ 12-6 Goodland Whiting ^ Lowell Emerson ^ ^ Rensselaer Brook ^ ^ Frobel (Overtime) Whiting ^ 63-9^ Fair Oaks Emerson ^ 27-6^ Brook Whiting ^ 22-8^ Emerson
34 ^ GREENCASTLE Fillmore ^ ^ Bridgeton Russellville ^ 29-7^ Clinton Center Rockville ^ 28-9 ^ Rosedale Greencastle ^ ^ Mecca Roachdale ^ ^ Montezuma Cloverdale ^ 17-16^ Marshall Bainbridge^ Bloomingdale 17-8^ Russellville ^ 26-9 ^ Fillmore Rockville ^ ^ Greencastle Roachdale ^ ^ Cloverdale Russellville ^20-9 ^ Bainbridge Rockville ^ 19-14^ Roachdale Russellville ^ ^ Rockville HUNTINGTON Bippus ^ ^ Lancaster Linlawn ^ 18-14^ Lincolnville Lagro ^ 21-5^ No. Manchester Markle ^ 14-4^ Andrews Clear Creek ^ 47-5 Chippewa Wabash ^ ^ Rock Creek Roann ^ ^ Roanoke Huntington ^ 42-10^ Laketon Bippus ^ ^ Linlawn Markle ^ 26-7^ Lagro Clear Creek ^ 13-11^ Wabash Huntington ^ 28-4^ Roan Bippus ^ ^ Markle Huntington ^ ^ Clear Creek Huntington ^ 52-6 ^ Bippus INDIANAPOLIS Technical ^ ^ Beech Grove Valley Mills ^ ^ Castleton Ben Davis ^ 17-5 ^ Southport Broad Ripple ^ 45-6^ New Bethel Manual ^ ^ Shortridge Oaklandon ^ 26-8^ Acton West Newton ^ ^ Shadeland Cumberland ^ ^ New Augusta Technical ^ Valley Mills Broad Ripple ^ 12-9 ^Ben Davis Manual ^ 26-9^ Oaklandon West Newton ^ ^ Cumberland Technical ^ Broad Ripple Manual ^ ^ West Newton Technical ^ Manual
35 Syracuse High School Left to Right--Standing--Roy Klink, Paul Riddle, Andrew Hibner, Coach Slabaugh Sitting--Emery Druckamiller, Orval Klink, Everett Evans, Guy Rarig, Fred Couts
45 RALPH MARLOWE, Sandusky Gimbel Prize Winner for Mental Attitude
47 I. H. S. A. A. Basket Ball Semi-Final Series Contract ARTICLES OF CONTRACT LaPorte, Indiana, December 3, 1920 The following articles of agreement are subscribed to by the Board of Control of the Indiana High School Athletic Association through - A. L. Trester, Permanent Secretary, and representing University. SECTION I. The date of the Indiana High School Semi-final Basket Ball Series shall be Saturday, March 12, SECTION II. The State High Schol Board of Control through A. L. Trester, Permanent Secretary, shall furnish the University Representative with Lets of qualified teams and the names of the men on the respective teams on or before Tuesday, March 8. SECTION III. The University representative shall provide free entertainment for the respective teams of nine men, which shall include one Faculty Manager for each team, between the hours of 6 p. m. Friday, March 11 and 8 a. m., Sunday, March 13. If possible this period of entertainment will be shortened by the Board of Control. All teams are entitled to entertainment throughout the Series. SECTION IV. The University representative shall provide -tickets, door men, ushers, announcers, scorers, time-keepers, basket balls, and all necessary equipment for the games. No prizes whatever are to be given by any one. SECTION V. The matter of complimentary tickets shall be in the hands of the University representative, who shall issue them to the Press, the officials, and to the helping students. All men of the competing teams and one Faculty Manager for each team are to be admitted free to the Series. SECTION VI. The I. H. S. A. A. Board of Control shall select the officials for the games not included in Section IV. SECTION VII. The admission fee to all Tourney games shall be fifty (60) cents for single session tickets and one dollar ($1.00) for season tickets.
48 SECTION VIII. The University representative shall pay to each Referee at the close of his work the sum of fifty (50) dollars only. There will be two referees and their entertainment is to be paid by the officials. SECTION IX. All legitimate expenses other than traveling expenses shall be paid by the University representative. If there should be a deficit in doing this the I. H. S. A. A. shall reimburse the University to the extent of 50 per cent. of the deficit. If there should be a balance such shall be divided pro rata among the competing schools for traveling expenses to the extent of the expenses only. Any further balance shall be divided fifty-fifty between the two parties to this contract. SECTION X. The University under whose auspices the Series is held promises hearty co-operation with the State Board of Control and the State Board cf Control promises as much to the University conducting the Turney. SECTION XI. The details of the Series, such as protests, eligibility lists, schedules, etc., are to be cared for by the State Board of Control. SECTION XII. The University representative shall send by telegram the names of the winning schools to A. L. Trester, LaPorte, Indiana, as soon as the Series is completed. The University representative shall also send to A. L. Trester on or before Monday, March 14, the complete scores of all games on and all entry blanks. A complete and itemized statement of receipts and disbursements shall be sent on or before Thursday, March 17. ^A. L. TRESTER. For Purdue University^For Board of Control 36
50 FINANCIAL REPORT OF REGIONAL BASKET BALL TOURNEYS 1921 Regional Backet Ball Tournament at Indiana University March 12, 1921 Receipts as per inclosed ticket report ^ $2, DISBURSEMENTS Janitors, Carpenters and Police ^ $ Taxi service for playing teams ^ Printing and Advertising ^ Meals to teams at fraternity houses ^ Special telephones^ 6.00 Postage ^2.20 Supplies; Basketballs and rubdown ^ Officials ^100,.00 Railroad fares to 15 teams ^ Ushers, Doorman, Ticket Sellers, Rubbers, and Check Room Attendants^- ^ $1, Net Profit ^ /2 Net receipts to State High School Athletic Association ^ /2 Net receipts to Indiana University ^ Correct^ Approved, H. B. SANDERS,^ U. H. SMITH, Chairman, Student Auditing Comm.^Bursar. Bloomington, Indiana, April 12, 1921.
51 Financial Statement of Regional Basket Ball Tournament Held at Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, March 12, RECEIPTS. Season Tickets at $ ^ $ General Admission at 50c (morning 858) ^ General Admission at 50c (afternoon 1100) ^ General Admission at 50c (evening 348) ^ Miscellaneous ^.11 $ EXPENDITURES Superior Color Press Posters ^ $ Globe Ticket Co.-$32.89 and $9.27 ^42.16 Officials $ ^ Haywood Publishing Co. Programs and Placards ^28.75 Telegram, Western Union Co ^1.35 Ticket Takers and Police ^62.60 Rogers, Police ^2.00 Traveling Expenses of Angola ^ Traveling Expenses of Anderson ^88.02 Traveling Expenses of Arcadia ^40.68 Traveling Expenses of Crawfordsville ^19.26 Traveling Expenses of Frankfort ^14.26 Traveling Expenses of Huntington ^61.40 Traveling Expenses of Kendallville ^ Traveling Expenses of Marion ^ Traveling Expenses of Monroe ^ Traveling Expenses of Pine Village ^25.00 Traveling Expenses of Rochester ^54.80 Traveling Expenses of South Bend ^78.66 Traveling Expenses of Syracuse ^73.44 Traveling Expenses of Walton ^27.72 Traveling Expenses of Whiting ^77.40 Receipts ^ $ Total Expense ^ $ Balance ^ $ $ less one half - $ to Indiana High School Athletic Association.
52 I. H. S. A. A. Final Basket Ball Tournament Contract ARTICLES OF CONTRACT LaPorte, Indiana, November 22, The following Articles of Agreement are subscribed to by the Indiana High School Athletic Association through A. L. Trester, Permanent Secretary, and K. V. Ammerman, representing "The Indianapolis High Schools." SECTION I. The dates of the Indiana High School Basket Ball Tourney shall be March 18 and 19, 1921 at Indianapolis, Indiana, on the Coliseum Floor. SECTION II. The High School Board of Control through A. L. Trester, Permanent Secretary, shall furnish K. V. Ammerman with lists of qualified teams and the names of the men on the respective teams, on or before March 16, SECTION III. K. V. Ammerman shall provide free entertainment for the respective teams of eight men each, together with one rubber and one Faculty Manager for each team, between the hours of 4:00 p. m. Thursday, March 17, and 8:00 a. m. Sunday, March 20. The Indianapolis High Schools through K. V. Ammerman shall pay the traveling expenses of the competing teams or such part thereof as one-half of the net receipts will permit. By traveling expenses is meant reasonable mileage only. SECTION IV. The Indianapolis High Schools' representative shall provide tickets, gate men, announcers, scorers, timekeepers and all necessary equipment for the Tourney. He shall further provide a suitable shield for the school winning the Tourney and badges for the individual members of the winning team. The standard design of the I. H. S. A. A. shall be used. SECTION V. The matter of complimentary tickets shall be in the hands of the Indianapolis High Schools' representative, who shall issue them to
53 Mulberry High School
55 the representatives of the Press, the High School officials, and to the helping students. The men of the competing teams with one rubber and one Faculty Manager for each team, are to be admitted free to the Tourney. The members of the Board of Control and the Permanent Secretary shall be furnished with official badges and reserved seats. SECTION VI. The High School Board of Control shall choose the officials other than those mentioned in Section IV. SECTION VII. The admission fee shall be thirty-five (35) cents for single session tickets and $1.50 for season tickets. SECTION VIII. The High School representative, K. V. Ammerman, shall pay to the Treasurer of the High School Board of Control, one half of the net receipts at the close of the Tourney. SECTION IX. The Indianapolis High Schools shall pay seventy-five ($75) dollars each to the officials chosen by the Board of Control and also expenses of the Board of Control incurred on account of the Tourney. All expense accounts shall be submitted by both parties at the time of settlement. E. H. KEMPER McCOMB,^A. L. TRESTER. For the Indianapolis High Schools^For the I. H. S. A. A.
56 STATE FINAL BASKET BALL TOURNAMENT Of the Indiana High School Athletic Association at the Coliseum, Indianapolis, March 18 and 19, The Tenth Annual Tourneys have been held at Anderson, Attica, Auburn, Bedford, Bloomington, Bluffton, Columbus, Crawfordsville, Franklin, Fort Wayne, Gary, Greencastle, Huntington, Indianapolis, Kokomo, Lafayette, Lebanon, Logansport, Martinsville, Markin, New Castle, Owensville, Richmond, Rochester, Rushville, Scottsburg, South Bend, Sullivan, Terre Haute, Vincennes, Warsaw, and Winchester; and a Regional Series has been held at Purdue and Indiana. Teams must be on floor as scheduled under penalty of forfeiture of game. No changes will be made in the schedule and no substitutions of non-entered players will be permitted. Eight of the players on the certified entry blank must constitute the team and these must be chosen prior to the opening game. The official entry list will be in the hands of the Indianapolis authorities at all times and shall constitute final evidence in all cases. Players will be subject to identification at all times. Teams are limited to eight men and must be in charge of a Faculty Manager, who will be held responsible for the students and their conduct. Spalding's Official Guide for shall govern all games. The halves shall be fifteen minutes in all games. The officials have been assigned by the Board and no changes will be made. Their decisions are final. The admission fee to all Tourney games shall not be more than 35 cents for single session tickets and $1.50 for season tickets. The winning team in this Tourney will be considered the Champion Basket Ball team in the State for Entertainment, board and lodging, for nine men and a rubber from each competing school begins, if necessary, at 4 p. m. Thursday and continues, if necessary, to 8 a. m. Sunday. Kindly ask for no longer entertainment than is necessary. Traveling expenses are to be paid in full or partly by The Indianapolis High Schools. By traveling expenses is meant reasonable mileage only. Nine complimentary tickets will be issued to each Faculty Manager, admitting to all games. Managers should call for these upon arrival. These tickets are not transferable. All managers must wire K. V. Ammerman, Manual Training High School, Indianapolis, the time of arrival in Indianapolis upon receipt of this notice. A. L. TRESTER, Permanent Secretary, LaPorte, Ind. BOARD OF CONTROL-M. J. Abbett, President, Bedford; James Leffel, Treasurer, Warsaw; K. V. Ammerman, Indianapolis; Joe Shock, Lafayette; F. L. Busenburg, Columbus.
57 FINAL BASKET BALL SCHEDULES AND SCORES March 18-19, 1921 Hours^Teams and Scores^ Officials FRIDAY 9:00 a. m. Franklin 27, Martinsville 24 ^ :00 a. m. Rochester 31, Walton 10 ^ :00 a. m. Huntington 20, Syracuse 16 ^ 3-4 1:00 p. m. Jefferson 29, Frankfort 23 ^ 4-1 2:00 p. m. Russellville 27, Blomington 22 ^ 1-2 3:00 p. m. Muncie 39, Ridgeville 4 ^ 2-3 4:00 p. m. Anderson 29, South Bend 21 ^ 3-4 7:30 p. in. Vincennes 26, Sandusky 19 ^ 4-1 8:30 p. m. Franklin 19, Rochester 18 ^ 1-2 SATURDAY^ - 9:00 a. m. Jefferson 15, Huntington 14 ^ :00 a. m. Muncie 21, Russellville 15 ^ :00 a. m. Anderson 37, Vincennes 18 ^ 4-1 2:00 p. m. Franklin 17, Jefferson 12 ^ 1-2 3:00 p. m. Anderson 26, Muncie 18 ^ 2-3 8:00 p. m. Franklin 35, Anderson 22 ^ 2-4 OFFICIALS 1 Ross Smith. 2 Dale Miller.^3 Merle Abbett. 4 Ward Lambert.
58 I. H. S. A. A. BASKET BALL CHAMPIONS WINNERS^ LOSERS^ YEAR Crawfordsville ^ Lebanon ^ 1911 Lebanon ^ Franklin ^ 1912 Wingate ^ South Bend ^ 1913 Wingate ^ 36-8 Anderson ^ 1914 Thorntown ^ Montmorenci ^ 1915 Lafayette ^ Crawfordsville ^ 1916 Lebanon ^ Gary ^ 1917 Lebanon ^ Anderson ^ 1918 Bloomington ^ Lafayette ^ 1919 Franklin ^ Lafayette ^ 1920 Franklin ^ Anderson ^
59 ^ FINANCIAL REPORT OF STATE BASKET BALL TOURNEY, MARCH 18-19, 1921 RECEIPTS 5296 season tickets at $1.50 ^ $ single session tickets at 35c^ PARTICIPATING EXPENSES, 11, Referees ^ $ Help at door (ticket takers) ^ Help in dressing room ^24.00 Help in Check room ^5.00 Matron in ladies' rest room ^4.00 Trophies ^84.00 Basket balls and score books ^24.55 Premium--Accident insurance ^ Printing--tickets and programs ^ Towels ^12.50 Physician ^20.00 Installation of telephone ^9.60 Meals for police ^24.50 Advertising ^11.00 *Incidental expense ^76.98 Gross profit ^ $ $ ^$ Gross profit brought down to be distributed ^$ One-half to I. H. S. A. A. ^ $ NON-PARTICIPATING EXPENSES Meals for teams ^ $ Transportation ^ Lodging ^ Lease of Coliseum ^ Lumber ^42.92 Labor--wrecking ^ ^$ Net profit to credit of Indianapolis High Schools^$ $ ^$ *Incidental expense includes taxi, $23.65; ribbon, $15.21; stamps and stationery, $13.90; meals, $7.50, telegrams, $4.90; telephone. $4.95; card board, $3.0'7; drayage, $3.00; hooks and wire, 80c. F. R. GORMAN, Chairman. M. W. TATLOOK,^Respectfully submitted, K. V. AMMERMAN,^ K. V. AMMERMAN, Committee.^ ^Secretary-treasurer.
60 ^ 1921 I. H. S. A. A. BASKET BALL TOURNAMENT FINANCIAL STATEMENT Transportation Expenses Paid to High School Teams ITEMIZED STATEMENT OF TRANSPORTATION State Basket Ball Tournament, Anderson ^ $25.74 Bloomington South Bend ^ Rochester ^ Huntington ^ Walton ^ Lafayette (Jefferson) ^ Syracuse ^ Frankfort ^ Franklin ^ Martinsville ^ Russellville ^ Vincennes ^ Sandusky Ridgeville ^ Muncie ^ 38.16^ ITEMIZED STATEMENT OF LODGING Rochester ^ $60.00 Martinsville Sandusky Muncie ^ Huntington ^ Walton Anderson ^ Bloomington ^ Syracuse Lafayette (Jefferson)^ Ridgeville Franklin Vincennes Frankfort South Bend Telephone call ^.05^708.05
61 TRACK AND FIELD Detailed Announcement for Track and Field Meets, 1921 In accordance with the vote of the State Association at the last annual meeting, the Board of Control has completed the details for the State Sectional and Final Track and Field Meets. The scheme in full follows: ELIGIBILITY Each contestant in these meets must have previously made, in a fair test, a record equal to the following in every event whcih he is entered: 100 Yard Dash ^ 11s. 220 Yard Dash ^ 26s. 440 Yard Dash ^ 58s. Half Mile Run ^ 2 min. 20s. Mile Run ^ 5 min. 15s. 120 Yard High Hurdles ^ 19s. 220 Yard Low Hurdles ^ 29s. Running High Jump ^ 5 ft. Running Broad Jump ^ 19 ft. Pole Vault ^ 8 ft.. 9 in. Putting Shot (12 lb.) ^ 36 ft. The above, together with a mile relay, will constitute the events of the Meets. Winning first place in any event counts five points; second place, three points; and third place, one point. Points in the relay will not be counted in determining the winning team. In case of a tie in any event the points shall be divided ad the place awarded by lot. The order of events is as follows: Track. Events-100, yard dash trial; 120-yard hurdle trial; 100- yard dash final; one-mile run; 440-yard run; 120-yard hurdle final; 220-yard dash trial; 220-yard hurdle trial; 880-yard run; 220 ;yard dash final; 220-yard hurdle final; relay. Field Events-Running high jump; shot put; pole vault; running broad jump. SECTIONAL TRACK AND FIELD MEETS MAY 14. The following bases were used in selecting centers:- (1) Location--geographical with reference to schools desiring to participate.
62 (2) Transportation accommodations. (3) General conditions attitude of local authorities, tracks, fields, entertaining facilities, etc. (4) Existing organizations. Schools have been assigned by counties, and the following scheme gives the Center's and the counties assigned to each Center. The name of your county locates your Center. The Board reserves the right to readjust the scheme, if necessary. The numbers indicate the schools from each county that have expressed a desire to enter. Entry blanks are necessary, however. Management The management of these meets rests solely with the Board of Control. Local arrangements have been delegated to the Center Principals. All officials will be selected by the Center Principal. The Center Principal shall arrange a program for his Meet from the list of entries sent to him by the Permanent Secretary. All Meets shall begin at 1:00 o'clock, and follow the order of events here given. Places on the track must be assigned by lot. The rules of the West ern Inter-Collegiate Amateur Athletic Association, published by Spalding shall govern except in cases of modification by the Board of Control. These rules as adopted by the Board, may be found in the I. H. S. A. A. Hand Book. Assignment of Schools to Centers by Counties. ANDERSON 2 Madison 1 Blackford 1 Delaware 5 Grant 1 Howard 0 Jay 2 Randolph 2 Tipton 14 BLOOMINGTON 1 Monroe 1 Clark 1 Daviess 0 Floyd 1 Greene 0 Knox 1 Lawrence 0 Martin 1 Morgan 1 Orange 0 Owen 0 Washington 7 CONNERSVILLE 1 Fayette 0 Bartholomew 0 Brown 0 Dearborn 0 Decatur 1 Franklin 2 Henry 0 Jackson 1 Jefferson 2 Jennings 0 Ohio 0 Ripley 3 Rush 0 Scott 1 Shelby 0 Switzerland 2 Union 14 1 Wayne INDIANAPOLIS 3 Marion 2 Hamilton 1 Hancock 1 Johnson 7 ROCHESTER 1 Fulton 3 Carroll 2 Cass 1 Jasper 1 Miami 0 Pulaski 1 White 9
63 CRAWFORDSV'LE 1 Montgomery 4 Benton 2 Boone 3 Clinton 2 Fountain 0 Newton 0 Parke 1 Tippecanoe 2 Vermillion 0 Warren 15 EVANSVILLE 1 Vanderburgh 1 DuBois 0 Crawford 1 Gibson 0 Harrison 0 Perry 2 Pike 1 Posey 1 Spencer 1 Warrick 8 FT. WAYN E 2 Allen 3 Adams 1 DeKalb 0 Huntington 1 LaGrange 2 Noble 1 Steuben 3 Wabash 1 Wells 2 Whitley 16 GREENCASTLE 2 Putnam 1 Clay 3 Hendricks 1 Sullivan 4 Vigo 11 SOUTH BEND 1 St. Joseph 3 Elkhart 3 Kosciusko 5 Lake 2 LaPorte 3 Marshall 0 Porter 2 Starke 19 Total 120 sociation irrespective of their season's Open Contest-These Meets are open to all members of the As record. Protests-All protests against teams or individuals must be math in writing and filed with the Permanent Secretary on or before May 4, at 11 a. m. Protests must be accompanied by evidence. Entertainment-Two men for each event, four men for the relay team and a faculty manager from each competing school will be entertained by the Center Principal. Entertainment will begin, if necessary, at 9 a. m. Saturday, May 14, and continue, if necessary, to 8 p. m. Saturday, May 14. All competing schools are requested and expected to ask for no longer entertainment than is necessary. Only actual contestants and faculty manager from each school will be entertained. The Bloomington Meet will begin at 9:00 a. m. and entertainment will begin Friday evening. Expenses-An entrance fee of One (1) Dollar for each team must accompany the entry blank to be retained by the I. H. S. A. A. Traveling expenses must be paid by the competing schools. Privileges-All competing teams, one rubber and one faculty man - ager for each team, are to be admitted free to the Meets.
64 Eligibility-The eligibility of each player must be certified to by the Principal of the school sending the team. The regular blank of the I. H. S. A. A. must be used, and all data must be given. Entries positively will close Wednesday, May 4. This means that they must be in the hands of the Permanent Secretary, complete in every detail, on that date. Admission Fee-The admission fee to all Meets shall be fifty (50) cents. Prizes-Suitable ribbons shall be given to the winners of first, second and third places in each event, and to each member of the winning relay team. Warnings-Entries close Wednesday, May 4, and cannot be changed afterwards. An entry fee of One ($1) Dollar for each team must accompany the entry blank. Special privileges will be granted to no one. Send all entry blanks and money to the Permanent Secretary. FINAL MEET, FRANKLIN COLLEGE, SATURDAY, MAY 21 Entrants-The winning relay team and all men in the fist and second places in each event in the Sectional Meets shall constitute the participants in the final Meet. One entry fee and one entry blank covers both the sectional and final Meets. Entertainment-Franklin College has contracted with the Board to entertain all contestants according to the plan given above. Entertainment will begin, if necessary, at 6 p. m. Friday, May 20, and continue, if necessary, to 8 a. m. Sunday, May 22. All competing schools are requested and expected to ask for no longer entertainment than is necessary. Traveling will be at the expense of the competing schools. Admission Fee-The admission fee to the Meet shall be fifty (50) cents. Management-The management, protests and privileges will be governed according to the regulations pertaining to the Sectional Meets. Prizes-Franklin College will award the winning school, a shield; the winning relay team, a placque; and the point winners, badges. By order of the Board, A. L. TRESTER, Permanent Secretary. LaPorte, Indiana.
65 1921 TRACK TEAM,MANUAL TRAINING HIGH SCHOOL, INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONS, Left to right- Sitting-Stewart, Chandler, H. Harmeson, Summers, Smith, Beiersdorfer, Phillips. Standing-Morrison, Coach, Prout, Wertz, Elder, McGee, Ross, E. Harmeson, Gardner, Ammerman, Mgr.
67 I. H. S. A. A. TRACK AND FIELD MEET CONTRACT ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT LaPorte, Indiana, 1921 The following articles of agreement are subscribed to by the Board of Control of the Indiana High School Athletic Association through A. L. Trester, Permanent Secretary and Principal representing High School. SECTION I. The date of the Indiana Sectional High School Track and Field Meets shall be Saturday, May 14, SECTION II. The State High School Board of Control, through A. L. Trester, Permanent Secretary, shall furnish the High School representative with lists of qualified teams and the names of the men on the respective teams on or before Monday, May 9. SECTION III. The High School representative shall provide free entertainment for the respective teams of four men for the relay team, two men for each event, and a faculty manager for each competing school between the hours of 9:00 a. m. Saturday, May 14, and 8:00 p. m. Saturday, May 14. If possible this period of entertainment will be shortened by the Board of Control. SECTION IV. The High School representative shall provide tickets, announcers, scorers, time-keepers, judges, a referee, a starter, and all necessary equipment and officials for the Meet. He shall select competent men for all positions. SECTION V. The matter of complimentary tickets shall be in the hands of the High School representative, who shall issue them to the Press, the officials, and to the helping students. All men of the competing teams, one rubber, and one Faculty Manager for each team, are to be admitted free to the Meet. SECTION VI. The High School representative shall provide suitable ribbons
68 ^ for first, second and third winners in each event and for each member of the winning relay team. SECTION VII. The admission fee to all Meets shall be fifty (50) cents. SECTION VIII. The proceeds of the Meet after meeting items mentioned in the several items of this contract shall belong to the High School holding the Meet. SECTION IX The High School under whose auspices the Meet is held promises hearty cooperation with the State Board of Control and the State Board promises as much to the High School conducting the Meet. SECTION X The details of Meets such as protests, eligibility lists, schedules, etc., are to be cared for by the State Board of Control. SECTION XI The State Board of Control shall manage all Meets and the High Schools are to work under their direction. SECTION XII. The High School representative shall send a complete program of the Meet containing all winners, records, distances, etc., by special delivery immediately after the close of the Meet, Saturday, May 14, to John Thurber, Franklin College, Franklin, Indiana, and also to the Permanent Secretary. This is very necessary for final Meet purposes. A complete and itemized statement of receipts ana disbursements shall be sent to the Permanent Secretary on Monday, May 16. A. L. TRESTER, For High School^ For Board of Control.
69 ^ RESULTS OF SECTIONAL TRACK MEETS, 1921 ANDERSON EVENT^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL ^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yd. Dash, Coy ^ Tipton ^ Mitchell^Muncie ^ Payne ^ Fairmount Ac Yd. Dash, Payne ^ Fairmount Ac. Coy ^ Tipton ^ Armstrong^Kokomo ^ 440 Yd. Dash, Mitchell Muncie ^ Muston Tipton Givan ^ Anderson ^ Half Mile Run, 2:9 3-5 Baker ^ Fairmount Ac. Masson ^ Fairmount Ac... Makepeace^Anderson ^ 120 Yd. Hurdle Miller Anderson ^ Davis ^ Anderson ^ Ash ^ Elwood ^ One Mile Run, 4 :55 2-5^Makepeace Anderson ^ White Union City Haisley Fairmount Ac Yd. Hurdle, Davis ^ Anderson ^ Payne ^ Fairmount Ac... Colway ^ Muncie ^ Relay, 3: Fairm'nt Ac Fairmount Ac Anderson^Anderson ^ Elwood^Elwood ^ High Jump, 5' 6-3/4 "^Miller^Anderson ^ White ^ Muncie ^ Canaday^Anderson ^ Broad Jump, 18' " Carr ^ Greentown^Suratt ^ Anderson ^ Beatty ^ Anderson ^ Pole Vault, 10' 4 1-2"^Miller ^ Anderson ^ Overman^Fairmount Ac... Carr ^ Greentown ^ Shot Put, 11' 3-4 "^Hallgarth Tipton Miller ^ Anderson ^ Haisley ^ Fairmount Ac... BLOOMINGTON EVENT^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yd. Dash, 11^ Sears.Bedford Rice ^ Martinsville^McMillan^Bedford ^ 220 Yd. Dash, Kidd ^ Bloomfield ^ Cook ^ Bedford ^ Sears ^ Bedford ^ 440 Yd. Dash 55 Wible Bedford McKee^Bloomington^Welch, L.^Bloomfield ^ Half Mile Run, 2:8 3-5 Koetter.... Bedford ^ Wible ^ Bedford ^ Johnson.... Bloomfield Yd. Hurdle, Curtis ^ Martinsville^Emery^Bedford ^ 'Williams.... Martinsville... One Mile Run, 4 :47 Johnson Bloomfield ^ Koetter^Bedford ^ Johnson^Bedford ^ 220 Yd, Hurdle, 28 Sponsler Bloomington Curtis ^ Martinsville^Emery ^ Bedford ^ Relay, 3:48 Bloomington ^ Bedford ^ Jeffersonville.. High Jump, 5' 6" ^ Cramer^Martinsville^Logan^Bloomington^Nash ^ Martinsville... Broad Jump, 19' Nicholson^Bloomington Wright ^ Bedford ^ Tudor ^Martinsville... Pole Vault, 10' Wright ^ Bedford ^ Nash ^ Martinsville^ Paul Martinsville.... Shot Put, 42' 6 1-2"^ Tudor ^ Martinsville Cezar Bedford Su therlen^quincy ^
75 Shelbyville 7.70 Knightstown ^ 2.50 Brookville ^ New Castle ^ Busenburg, referee ^ Printing tickets ^ 5.75^$63.20 Balance ^ $33.80 CRAWFORDSVILLE June 17th, MR. A. L. TRESTER, LaPorte, Indiana, Dear Mr. Trester: On account of the Wabash-DePauw track meet at Crawfordsville May 14th, it was impossible for us to hold the Sectional elsewhere than the Wabash field on account of not having hurdles and not being permitted to change the time until nine in the morning. Consequently we ran the Sectional in connection with the Wabash-DePauw meet with Mr. Kellog of Purdue as starter. Wabash furnished the officials and entertained the visiting men. For this reason we had no financial report to make. Very truly yours, D. S. EIKENBERRY. EVANSVILLE Receipts ^ $202,00 Expenditures: Tickets ^ $ 3.50 Score Cards ^ Posters ^ 7.00 Ribbons ^ 8.70 Meals Referee ^ Chief Timer ^ 7.50 Labor preparing field ^ Supplies (Miscellaneous) 8.25 $ Balance ^ $ FORT WAYNE Receipts: ^ $ Expenses: Ribbons ^ $ 11.85
76 Tickets, tags, official badges ^ Stencils and cloth ^4.44 Pins ^1.60 String ^.30 Lime ^ 2.40 Bus and dray ^ 9.00 Fixing of track ^2.00 Police ^1.50 Postage ^.64 Advertising Meals: Auburn ^5.5,0 Columbia City ^ 8.00 Kendallville ^ 5.00 Huntington ^ 9.00 Geneva ^ 5.91 Lima (Howe) ^ 4.50 Decator Angola ^...^7.20 Wabash ^ Washington Center ^7.00 $ Deficit ^ $ 3.87 GREENCASTLE Receipts ^ $55.00 Expenditures: Ribbons, stamps, etc. ^ $ 7.00 Referee ^ Entertainment ^ $47.00 Balance ^ $ 8.00 INDIANAPOLIS Receipts: Advance sales-technical ^ $ Advance sales-manual ^ Advance Sales-Shortridge ^ 9.10 Sales at gate ^ Concessions ^3.10 $ Expenditures: Sand ^ 7.00 Gateman 6.00 Watchman ^ 1.15
77 ^ Meals: Sheridan ^ 7.50 Southport 7.50 Noblesville ^ Referee-Heze Clark ^ Rental-Fairgrounds ^ Tickets and official ribbons ^ Ribbons and yarn ^3.30 Printing of ribbons ^5.00 Drayage ^ Vaulting pole (part payment) ^3.00 Stamps ^.32 Numbers, pins, and twine ^3.00 $ Net balance to be distributed ^ $ Net balance brought down to be distributed^ $65.18 One third to Technical ^ $21.73 One third to Shortridge ^ One third to Manual ^ ROCHESTER Receipts ^ $13.80 Expenses: Ribbons ^ $ 9.00 Official 7.50 Entertainment ^ Dragging track ^ 2.00 Pins ^.60 Lime ^.20 $61.45 Deficit ^ $47.65 SOUTH BEND Receipts: J. H. Holdeman, tickets ^ $ C. A. Semler, tickets ^ 1.00 Gate receipts $ Expenditures: H. R. Hastings, Numbers ^ 50 B. M. Thuman printing ^2.00 D. E. Walker, supper ^3.90 E. A. Rovenstine, suppers ^3.90 R. O. Abbett, suppers ^6.50 R. B. Weaver, suppers ^2.60
78 L. A. Erickson, suppers ^9.10 R. Hartman, suppers ^ 1.95 E. C. Rowe, suppers ^ Eugene O'Bryan, suppers ^ 5.20 Geo. W. Veenker, suppers ^1.30 L. B. Hart, suppers ^1.30 Frank Ferger, police ^2.00 L. W. Stull, police ^2.00 C. R. Stattlings, suppers ^5.20 C. C. Sims, suppers ^2.60 N. Price, suppers ^7.15 H. R. Hastings, suppers ^7.80 Tuttle Corporation, W. Paper and Twine ^ 1.15 High School Lunch Room Dinners ^ Vocational Ed. Dep't Printing ^9.75 Vocational Ed. Dep't Jumping Bars ^ 5.30 H. P. Hastings, yarn ^.38 H. R. Hastings, card board ^.48 H. R. Hastings, safety pins ^2.00 H. R. Hastings, postage ^.44 H. M. Jesse, suppers ^3.90 Berman's Store, blanks ^1.70 Bunch Sign Co., numbers ^7.75 Chic. S. B. & N. I. Ry. car fare ^ Labor Pub. Co., printing schedules ^ $ Balance ^ $ 11.20
79 1921 FOOTBALL SQUAD, MANUAL TRAINING HIGH SCHOOL Left to right- Sitting-McNeeley, Huber, Capt. Stewart, Floyd, Emigholz, Elder. Kneeling- Painter, Rurgan, Reichel, Cecil, Arens, Mitchell, Harmeson. Standing-Mulbarger, Grow, Rail, Beiersdorfer, Howard, Myers, Patterson, Barmen, Coach. Back row-evans, Mgr., Ammerman, Ath Dir, Swanson, Coach.
81 I. H. S. A. A. FINAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET CONTRACT LaPorte, Indiana, April 4, The following Articles of Agreement are subscribed to by the Indiana High School Athletic Association through A. L. Trester, Permanent Secretary, and Prof. John Thurber representing Franklin College. SECTION I. The date of the Meet shall be Saturday, May 21, 1921 and the beginning time shall be 1:00 o'clock p. m. SECTION H. The I. H. S. A. A. shall furnish Prof. John Thurber with lists of qualified paticipants and the events in which they are qualified on or before Monday, May 16, SECTION III. Prof. John Thurber shall provide entertainment for all of the men in the 1st and 2nd places in the Sectional Meets; for five men constituting the winning relay team in each Sectional Meet; and for a Faculty Manager for each school represented, between the hours of 6 p. m. Friday, May 20 and 8 a. m. Sunday, May 22. SECTION IV. Prof. John Thurber shall provide tickets, gate men, announcers, scorers, timekeepers, judges and all necessary equipment for the Meet. He shall further provide a cup or shield for the winning school, a placque for the winning Relay team, and medals of gold, silver and oronze for the winners of first, second, and third places respectively in each event. No other prizes shall be given by anyone. SECTION V. The matter of complimentary tickets shall be in the hands of Prof. John Thurber, who shall issue them to the Press, officials, participants, helping students and Faculty Managers. The members of the Board of Control shall be furnished with at least 12 reserved seats near the finishing line. The Board of Control has gone on record against the presence of coaches and other representatives from Colleges and Universities proselyting at the contests of the I. H. S. A. A. Such is not to be permitted at this Meet.
82 SECTION VI. The I. H. S. A. A. shall sanction the choice of Referee and Starter selected by Franklin College. SECTION VII. The admission fee shall be fifty (50) cents to all. SECTION VIII. Franklin College shall keep any balance and stand any deficit incurred by the Meet. SECTION IX. An itemized financial statement covering all receipts and disbursements shall be filed with A. L. Trester when final settlement is made. SECTION X. The events and order of events shall be as listed in the 1920 Hand Book of the I. H. S. A. A. and the rules therein shall govern. SECTION XI. Traveling will be entirely at the expense of the competing schools. SECTION XII. The general management shall rest with the I. H. S. A. A. but all local arrangements shall be in the hands of Franklin College. J. M. THURBER,^ A. L. TRESTER, For Franklin College.^ For I. H. S. A. A 64
83 RESULTS OF THE FINAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET Of the Indiana High School Athletic Association, Franklin College, May 21, EVENTS^WINNERS^TIME 100 Yard Dash ^ 1st Gray, Technical^: nd Lamb, Garfield 3rd Stamates, Warsaw 220 Yard Dash ^ 1st Gray, Technical^:23 2nd Summers, Manual 3rd Sabo, South Bend 440 Yard Dash ^ 1st Stamates, Warsaw^: (2 races)^evans, Elkhart^: nd H. Hameson, Manual Anderson, Wabash 3rd Marks, Wabash Sotich, Shortridge Half Mile Run ^ 1st Spradling, Frankfort^2: (2 races)^ Gardner, Manual^2: nd Koetler, Bedford Wible, Bedford 3rd Cox, Plymouth Wagner, Elkhart 120 Yard Hurdle ^ 1st Velsey, Technical^: nd McManee, Wabash 3rd Ross, Manual One Mile Run ^ 1st Phillips, Rushville^4: nd Flink, Connersville 3rd Johnson, Bloomfield 220 Yard Hurdle ^ 1st Prout, Manual^: nd Parr, Sheridon 3rd Dinwiddie, Crawfordsville Relay ^ 1st Brazil^ 3: (2 races)^ Manual^ 3: Running High Jump^1st Evans, Brazil^6 ft. 1-2 in. 2nd Cramer, Martinsville 3rd Miller, Anderson Running Broad Jump ^ 1st Edwards, Wiley^20 ft in. 2nd Marks, Wabash 3rd H. Hameson, Manual Pole Vault ^. 1st Miller, Anderson^lift. 6 in. Savage, Prniceton 3rd E. Hameson, Manual Shot Put (12 lbs.) ^ 1st Rosborg, Rochester^46 ft. 2 in. 2nd Butler, Wabash 3rd Lefton, Pine township
84 SCHOOL STANDING IN THE MEET FIRST-- Manual, Indianapolis, ^19 SECOND-- Technical, Indianapolis ^. 15 THIRD-- Wabash 13
85 100 Yard Dash ^220 Yard Dash ^440 Yard Dash ^Half Mile Run ^120 Yard Hurdle^One Mile Run ^220 Yard Hurdle^High Jump ^Broad Jump ^Pole Vault ^Shot Pu Technical Garfield (Terre Haute) Warsaw Manual South Bend ^ Elkhart ^ Wabash ^ Shortridge Frankfort Bedford ^ Plymouth ^ Rushville ^ Connersville Bloomfield Sheridan ^ Crawfordsville Brazil Martinsville Anderson ^ Wiley (Terre Haute) ^ Princeton ^ Rochester Pine Twp. (Fowler) SUMMARY OF POINTS BY SCHOOLS
86 FINANCIAL STATEMENT Of Final I. H. S. A. A. Track and Field Meet, Franklin College, May 21, Gate Receipts ^ $ Expense: Printing and advertising ^ $ Labor ^ Officials Medals Lodging (Contestants and Coaches) Meals ^ $ Less ^ $
87 MINUTES OF MEETINGS OF BOARD OF CONTROL BOARD OF CONTROL MEETING, OCTOBER 21, The Board of Control met in the Odd Fellows Hall, Indianapolis, October 21, 1920,-- all members and the Permanent Secretary being present. The Orland-LaGrange controversy was re-considered and the penalty remained the same as formerly announced. Morocco was suspended from the I. H. S. A. A. until January 1, 1921, for having played ineligible boys in football. Argos was suspended from the I. H. S. A. A. until January 1, 1921, for having played an ineligible boy in baseball. The salary of the Permanent Secretary was placed at $1,000 per year and he was authorized to secure sufficient clerical help and to pay for same out of the I. H. S. A. A. funds. The following calendar was adopted: Sectional Basket Ball Tourneys, March 4 and 5. Centers to be selected. State Basket Ball Tourney, March 10, 11 and 12 at the Coliseum, Indianapolis, under the auspices of the three Indianapolis High Schools. Sectional Track Meets, May 14. Centers to be selected. State Track Meet, May 21. Centers to be selected. R. C. JOHNSON, Pres. A. L. TRESTER, Permanent Sec'y. ANNUAL MEETING, OCTOBER 21, The Annual Meeting of the I. H. S. A. A. was held in the Odd Fellows Hall in Indianapolis at 2 p. m. Thursday, October 21. There were voting representatives present and more than 100 visitors. The minutes of the last meeting were not read since they appeared in the 1919 Hand Book. Indiana University, Purdue University and the Indianapolis High Schools invited the Association to hold the State Basket Ball Tourney under their auspices. The vote stood 116 for Indianapolis, 101 for Purdue and 77 for Indiana. The following resolution was passed: "No High School shall be
88 permitted to employ a coach or athletic director who received any extra pay, salary, gifts, trophies, trips or presents from any outside sources." It was voted by the Association that the Board of Control should strive to lessen the strenuosity of the schedules in all tourneys and if possible to limit the number of teams in the State Tourney to sixteen, The Permanent Secretary offered his resignation to the meeting but it was voted unanimously not to accept it. The Board of Control was given authority to expend such money as is necessary to properly conduct the affairs of the I. H. S. A. A. R. C. JOHNSON, President. A. L. TRESTER, Permanent Sec'y. I. H. S. A. A. BOARD MEETING The I. H. S. A. A. Board of Control met in the Claypool Hotel, Indianapolis, at 10.a. m. Saturday, November 20. K. C. Ammerman, Merle Abbett, James Leffel, C. C. Carson and the Permanent Secretary were present. Evidence was given by the parties concerned in the Amo-North Salem controversy and the Board unanimously declared Frank Trotter of the North Salem High School ineligible for any form of athletics in the I. H. S. A. A. until June 1, It was shown that this student struck the referee after a game between Amo and North Salem at North Salem. The Orleans-Smithville controversy was considered and the decision of the referee in forfeiting the game to Smithville was sustain - ed. The Permanent Secretary was instructed to warn Orleans about their rough style of playing on the part of Ellis, the Captain, in particular. In the Holton-Versailles controversy a boy by the name of Matthews was declared ineligible for all athletics until June 1, 1921; the scheduled contest between Holton and Versailles was declared "no game"; and Versailles was ordered to pay Holton $5.00 for traveling expenses on or before November 26 under penalty of suspension. The following scheme was adopted for the State Basket Ball Tourneys this year: 1. An arrangement for 32 tourneys to be held in centers to be selected by dividing the State into four regions of eight tourneys each, these tourneys to be called sectional tourneys. 2. An arrangement for two of these regions to play a series of eight games at some University and for the other two regions to play a series of eight games at another University. These series to be known as semi-final regional Tourneys. 3. An arrangement for the 16 winners in the semi-final regional Tourney to constitute the participants in the State Tourney.
89 The details of the contracts for sectional, semi-final, Regional and State Tourneys were discussed and the Permanent Secretary was authorized to have such contracts negotiated when centers were selected. Dates for the Tourney were decided upon as follows: Sectional Tourneys, March 4 and 5; Semi-final Regional Series, March 12; State Tourney, March 18 and 19. It was decided to pay the officials at Sectional and Semi-final regional tourneys $50.00 only and to pay the State Tourney officials $75.00 only for their services. The price of session and season tickets for the sectional and final tourneys was placed at 35 cents and $1.50 respectively. The prices for session and season tickets fo rthe semifinal regional tourneys was fixed at 50 cents and $1.00 respectively. R. C. JOHNSON, President. A. L. TRESTER, Permanent Sec'y. BOARD OF CONTROL MEETING. The I. H. S. A. A. Board of Control met at 10:00 o'clock in the Claypool Hotel, Indianapolis, December 28th. All members of the Board, the Permanent Secretary, and the two new members, Mr. Shock and Mr. Busenburg, were present. The following cases were decided: BLOOMFIELD and LINTON--1. The game was won by Bloomfield, the score being 14 to 7. 2 All athletic regulations between the two schools suspended until January 1, 1922, except any tourneys and meets arranged by the Board of Control. 3 Resumption of athletic relations can be made after January 1, 1922, by both schools giving proper assurances to the Board. SPURGEON--VELPIN--1.The contest on December 3 was declared "no game." 2. The Board recommends that Spalding's rules be followed by both schools. SHELBYVILLE.. Woodford Richeson declared ineligible on account of age and Principal Kibbey notified to forfeit all games to the opponents played by his High School this year in which Richeson participated. MISHAWAKA and SOUTH BEND-1. All athletic relations between the two schools suspended until January 1, 1922 except in tourneys and meets arranged by the Board of Control. 2. Resumption of athletics after January 1, 1922, can be made by proper assurances by both schools. 3 The Board is of the opinion that the game was very unsatisfactory, that the publicity was not on a high plane and that the school authorities should use their best efforts in trying to have all games reported correctly. 4. The game was won by Mishewaka and the referee was sustained in his decisions. The invitations to hold Sectional Basket Ball Tourneys were gone over and authority was given the Permanent Secretary to choose such
90 centers as the number of schools desiring to participate might require. The names and officiating of officials over the State were discussed and the Permanent Secretary was authorized to make contracts with sufficient officials for the Tourneys. The Board decided that the Basket Ball season should end with the State Tourney and that no post games should be played. The reorganization of the Board resulted as follows: Mr. Abbett, President and Mr. Leffel, Treasurer. The Permanent Secretary presented contracts signed by both parties with Purdue, Indiana and Indianapolis. R. C. JOHNSON, President. A. L. TRESTER, Permanent Sec'y, BOARD OF CONTROL MEETING, The Board of Control met in the Claypool Hotel, Indianapolis at 10:00 a. m. February 26. All members and the Permanent Secretary were present. The Hammond High School was suspended until September 1, 1921, for playing ineligible boys in Football and Basketball. It was decided to permit no prizes other than medals, trophies and banners of little material value to winning teams, good students, etc. The referee was sustained in the Freelandville-Clinton con - troversy. The Oaklandon-Fishers controversy was continued for lack of evidence. The Montmorenci-Wolcott contest was called "no game." The entry blanks were gone over and all entries were rejected unless they were mailed on or before February 21. The post marks on the envelopes was taken as evidence here. The assignment of tourney officials was made by the Board. All schedules for the sectional, regional and final tourneys were drawn by lot by the Board of Control. The referee was sustained in the Lyons and Oolitic controversy. The Mt. Comfort-Fortville controversy was continued on account of a lack of evidence. The details of all tourneys were gone over and decided. MERLE ABBETT. President. A. L. TRESTER, Permanent Sec'y. BOARD OF CONTROL MEETING. Claypool The Board of Control met Saturday, March 26 in the Hotel, Indianapolis at 10:00 a. m. All members of the Board and the Permanent Secretary were present. It was decided by the Board that it would not be advisable to hold
91 the Purdue-Ohio Meet in connection with the I. H. S. A. A. Meet and the Permanent Secretary was authorized to so inform N. A. Kellogg of Purdue. The Mays-Falmouth controversy was dismissed because official contracts had not been used for the contested game. The Swayzee High School was ordered to pay the 'Converse High School $10.00 forfeit money on or before April 4 under penalty of suspension until June 1, 1922 if not paid. The Mt. Comfort-Fortville controversy was decided by stating that the referee was in error in granting two points to the Fortville team when a cap was thrown on the field of play, and by stating that the game should go to Fortville because of the sportsmanship shown by Fortville in granting time out three or four times to the Mt. Comfort team when one of their players was injured. Representatives from Zionsville and Plainfield were present and upon complete investigation Plainfield was excused from all blame in the Zionsville-Plainfield game. The protest of the Covington-Pine Village game was decided by sustaining the referee. The Fishers-Oaklandon controversy was decided by suspending all athletic relations between the two schools until June 1, 1922, except in Tourneys and Meets scheduled by the Board of Control, and a warning was also given to both schools. The Seymour-Scottsburg controversy was decided by sustaining the decisions of the referee. The Warren High School was!instructed to forfeit all games to the opposing schools in which Robert Laymon participated in during this year because of his ineligibility. The Board of Control dscussed the following points with a view to presenting some definite suggestions to the next annual meeting of the Principals: 1. Number of Basket Ball games in a season. 2. County Tournaments. 3. Playing on Y. M. C. A. teams when using the same gymnasium. 4. Gambling. 5. Intensity of Tourneys and playing schedules. The Greencastle-Rockville protest was considered by the Board and it was decided to sustain the referee in his first decision thus giving the game to Greencastle. MERLE ABBETT, President. A. L. TRESTER, Permanent, Sec'y. BOARD OF CONTROL MEETING. Indlanapolis, Indiana, June 18th, The I. H. S. A. A. Board of Control met in the office of Superin-
92 tendent Hines in the State House to discuss with him and Mr. Wetherow what points of athletic work should be included in the requirements for classifying High Schools by the State Department. Mr. Wetherow and Mr. Ammerman were appointed to form a committee to draw up some statements giving the points in question and were instructed to submit their statements to each member of the I. H. S. A. A. Board and to Supt. Hines. The Edinburg High School was suspended from the I. H. S. A. A. until January 1, 1922 for playing an ineligible boy on their base ball team. Edinburg had been previously notified to forfeit the games to the opposing teams in which this boy participated. MERLE ABBETT, President. A. L. TRESTER, Permanent Sec'y. ANNUAL MEETING, OCTOBER 20, There were more than 300 voting representatives and as many more visitors present. After considerable discussion over the distribution of the proceeds of sectional tourneys it was voted to leave this matter in the hands of the Board of Control with the understanding that an equitable distribution be made by the Board. A resolution was passed to the effect that all proposed amendments must be presented to the Permanent Secretary in writing in time to have them printed and sent to all members of the I. H. S. A. A. prior to the annual meeting. By vote it was decided to hold sectional, regional and State Basket Ball tourneys, the regional tourneys to be held at Purdue end Indiana and the State Tourney to be held at Indianapolis. The arrangements of the Track Meets were left in the hands of the Board of Control. Several other resolutions were offered but all were placed on the table by vote of the members. MERLE ABBETT, President. A. L. TRESTER, Permanent Sec'y. BOARD OF CONTROL MEETING, OCTOBER 20, Elkhart instructed to forfeit games to Michigan City and Wabash in which five year man participated. The whole case will be consid - ered further at next Board meeting. J. E. Gilroy chosen a member of Board until next election from District 1. Joseph Shock, the member elected, is not teaching in the Public Schools. J. E. Gilroy received the next largest number of votes to Joseph Shock at the last election. The following calendar was adopted:
93 Sectional Basket Ball Tourneys, March 3 and 4. Regional Basket Ball Tourneys at Purdue and Indiana, March 10 and 11 State Basket Ball Tourney, March 17 and 18 at Coliseum, Indianapolis. Sectional Track Meets, May 13. State Track Meet, May 20. North Manchester College and the State School for the Deaf denied memberships in the I. H. S. A. A. In all girls' Basket Ball, Spalding's rules for girls shall be used. The three-court plan will be used unless mutual consent to play otherwise is given. Under no consideration may girls play under boys' rules. The Board went on record as opposed to "curtain raisers" played by High School teams before College games. Joseph Dienhardt and Charles Tilton of Lafayette declared eligibie for foot ball and ineligible for basket bail due to enrollment. It was decided to pay officials for Basket Ball Tourneys as follows: Sectional, $50.00; Regional, $50.00, and State, $ MERLE ABBETT, President. A. L. TRESTER, Permanent Sec'y.
94 Rules of the Indiana High School Athletic Association Regarding Track and Field Meets Based On the Rules of the Intercollegiate Conference Athletic Association. RULE I. Officials. Section 1. All meetings must be under the direction of The Board of Control. One referee. Two or more inspectors. Three or more field judges. Three or more timekeepers. One starter. One scorer. One marshal. Section 2. If deemed necessary, assistants may be provided for the clerk of the course, the scorer and the marshal, and an official announcer may be appointed. RULE II. The Board of Control. The Board of Control shall have jurisdiction of all matters not assigned by these rules to the referee or other game officials. RULE III. The Referee. The referee must decide all questions relating to the actual conduct of the Meet, whose final settlement is not otherwise covered by these rules, and shall have th power to add to or alter the announced arrangements of heats in any event. A referee has no authority, after heats have been drawn and published in a program, to transfer a contestant from one heat to another.
95 When in any but the final heat of a race a claim of foul or interference is made, he shall have the power to disqualify the competitor who was at fault, if he considers the foul intentional or due to culpable carelessness, and shall also have power to allow the hindered competitor to start in the next round of heats, just as if he had been placed in his trial. When in a final heat a claim of foul or interference is made, he shall have the power to disqualify the competitor who was at fault, if he considers the foul intentional or due to his carlessness or conduct, and he shall also have the power to order new race between such of the competitors as he thinks entitled to such a privilege. If during the athletic contest under the rules of the I. H. S. A. A. a competitor shall conduct himself in a manner unbecoming a gentleman or offensive to the officials, spectators or competitors, the referee shall have the power to disqualify him from further competition at the Meet; and if he thinks the offense worthy of additional punishment, must promptly make a detailed statement of the facts to the Board of Control. Power to change the order of events as laid down in the official program is reserved to the Board of Control, which shall, through its chairman, exercise this authority, unless it sees fit to expressly delegate this power to the referee. The referee shall not have authority to disqualify any competitor for violation of the eligibility rule of the I. H. S. A. A. All protests as to eligibility made on the field must be referred to the Board of Control, and the protested competitor must be allowed to compete until disqualified by the arbitrator of the I. H. S. A. A. RULE IV The Inspectors. It shall be the duty of the inspector to stand at such point as the referee may designate, to watch the competition closely, and, in case of claim of foul, to report to the referee what he saw of the incident. Such inspectors are merely assistants to the referee, to whom they must report, and have no power to make any decision. RULE V. The Judges of the Finish. The judges of the finish must determine the order of finishing of contestants, and must arrange among themselves as to noting the winner, second, third and fourth, etc., as the case may require, and there must always be two judges, whose duty must be to choose the winner. Their decision in this respect must be without appeal, and in case of a disagreement a majority must govern.
96 RULE VI. The Field Judges. The field judges must make an accurate measurement and keep a tally of all trials of competitors in the high and broad jumps, the pole vaults, the weight competitions and the discus throws. They must act as judges in these events and their decisions must likewise be without appeal. In case of disagreement, a majority must govern. There must be at least three judges for every event. RULE VI. The Starter. The starter must have sole jurisdiction over the competitors after the clerk of the course has properly placed them in their position for the start. The method of starting must be by pistol report, except that in time handicap races the word "go" must be used. An actual start is not effected until the pistol has been purposely discharged after the competitors have been warned to get ready. In case the pistol was not purposely discharged, the competitors shall be called back by the starter by pistol fire. Note--The starter must have at least two good cartridges in his pistol before starting a heat. When any part of the person of a competitor touches the groun d in front of his mark before the signal is given, it must be considered a false start. Penalties for false starting must be inflicted by the starter, as follows: In all races to and including 125 yards, the competitor must be put back one yard for the first and another yard for the second attempt; in races over 125 yards and including 300 yards, two yards for the first and two more for the second attempt; in races over 300 yards and including 600 yards, three yards for the first and three more for the second attempt; in races over 600 yards and in - cluding 1,000 yards, four yards for the first and four more for the see-
97 and attempt; in races over 1,000 yards and including one mile, five yards for the first and five more for the second attempt; in all races over one mile, ten yards for the first attempt and ten more for the second attempt. In all cases, the third false start must prevent his competing in that event. The starter must rule out of that event any competitor who attempts to advance himself from his mark, as perscribed in the official program, after he has been given the warning to "get ready." RULE IX. Clerk of the Course. The clerk of the course must be provided with the names and the numbers of all entered competitors, and he must notify them to appear at the starting line before the start in each event in which they are entered. RULE X. The Scorer. The scorer must record the order in which each competitor finishes his event, together with the time furnished by the referee. He must keep a tally of the laps made by each competitor in races covering more than one lap, and must announce, by means of a bell or otherwise,, when the leading man enters the last lap. He must draw up a list of the actual competitors in each event, which shall be filed with the papers of the Association, and shall be the official record of competing entrants, and shall be final evidence in the enforcement of Rule III, of the rules of eligibility. He must control his assistants and assign to them such of his duties as he may deem proper. RULE XI. The Marshal. The marshal must have police charge of the enclosure, and must prevent any but officers and actual competitors from entering or remaining therein. He must control his assistants and assign to them their duties. RULE XII. The Official Announcer. The official announcer must receive from the scorer and field judges the result of each event, and announce the same by voice or by means of a bulletin board. RULE XIII. Competitors. Competitors must report to the Clerk of the Course immediately upon their arrival at the place of meeting, and must be provided by that official with their proper numbers, which must be worn conspicuously by the competitors when competing, and without which they must not be allowed to start.
98 Each competitor must inform himself of the time of starting, and must be promptly at the starting point of each competition in which he is entered, and there report to the Clerk of the Course. Under no condition shall attendants be allowed to accompany competitors at the start or during any competition. RULE XIV. Track Measurement. All distances run or walked must be measured upon a line eighteen inches outward from the inner edge of the track, except that in races on straightaway tracks the distance must be measured in a direct line from the starting mark to the finishing line. RULE XV. The Course. Each competitor must keep in his respective position from start to finish in all races on straightaway tracks, and in all races on tracks with one or more turns, he must not cross to the inner edge of the track, except when he is at least six feet in advance of his nearest competitor. After turning the last corner into the straight in any race, each competitor must run a straight course to the finish line, and must not cross to either the outside or inside from such straight course in front of his opponents. In all races of the I. H. S. A. A. up to and including 220 yards, each competitor must have a separate course marked out and measured, whether races are run straightaway or with turns. The referee must disqualify from that event any competitor who willfully pushes against, impedes, crosses the course of, or in any way interferes with another competitor. The referee must disqualify from further participation in the Meet any contestant competing to lose, to coach, or in any way impede the chances of another competitor, either in a trial or a final contest. RULE XVI. The Finish. The finish of the course must be represented by a line between two finishing posts, drawn across and at right angles to the sides of the track, and four feet above which line must be stretched a tape, attached at either end to the fiinishing pests. A finish must be counted when any part of the winners body, except his hands or arms, touches the tape at the finishing line. The tape must be considered the finishing line for the winners, but their order of finishing across the track line must determine the position of the other competitors.
99 COLUMBUS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM Front Row-Sheppard, f; Howe, f; Everett Case, coach; Lane, f; Fately, g. Back Row- B. F. Rupp, manager; Gerhardt, c; Lind, f; Lucas, g.
101 RULE XVII. Hurdles. In the 120 yards hurdle race, ten hurdles must be used, each hurdle to be three feet six inches high. They must be placed ten yards apart, with the first hurdle fifteen yards distant from the starting point, and the last hurdle fifteen yards before the finishing line. In the 220 yards hurdle race ten hurdles must be used, each hurdle to be two feet six inches high. They must be placed twenty yards apart, with the first hurdle twenty yards distant from the starting mark, and the last hurdle twenty yards before the finishing line. In making a record it must be necessary for the competitor to jump every hurdle in its proper position. In all hurdle races of the I. H. S. A. A. up to and including 220 yards, each competitor must have separate hurdles and a separate course marked out and measured, whether races are run straightaway or with turns. A competitor knocking down three or more hurdles, or any portion of three or more hurdles, in any race shall be disqualified. RULE XVIII. Jumping. Section 1. A fair jump must be one that is made without the assistance of weights, diving, somersaults, or handsprings of any kind.. In scratch events competitors must jump in order as placed on program. Sec. 2. The running high jump.--the field judges must decide the height at which the jumpshall commence, and must regulate the succeeding elevations. Each competitor must be allowed three trial jumps at each height, and if on the third trial he shall fail, he must be declared out of the competition. Competitors must jump in order, as provided in Section 1; then those failing, if any, must have their second trial jump in a like order, after which those who have fail(d twice must make their third trial jump. The jump must be made over a bar resting on pins projecting not more than three inches from the uprights, and when this bar is removed from its place by the competitor when trying, it must be counted as a trial jump : Running under the bar in making an attempt to jump must be counted as a "balk," and three successive "balks," must be counted as a trial jump. The distance of the run before the jump must be unlimited. A competitor may decline to jump at any height in his turn, and by so doing forfeits his rights to again jump at the height declined. Sec. 4. The running broad jump.--when jumped on earth, a joist five inches wide must be sunk flush with it. The outer edges of this joist must be called the scratch line, and the measurement of all jumps must be made
102 from it, at right angles, to the nearest break in the ground made by any part of the person of the competitor. In front of the scratch line the ground must be removed to the depth of three and the width of twelve inches outward. A foul jump must be one where the ccmpetitor, in jumping off the scratch line, makes a mark on the ground immediately in front of it, or runs over the line without j umping, and must count as a trial jump without results. Each Competitor must have three trial jumps, and the best three must have three more trial jumps. The competition must be decided by the best of all the jumps of the competitors.. The distance of the run before the scratch line must be unlimited. Sec. 5. The pole vault.- A pole must be furnished by the managing committee, but contestants may use their own private poles if they so desire, and no contestant shall be allowed to use any of these private poles except by the consent of their owners. The poles must be unlimited as to size and weight, but must have no assisting devices, except that they may be wrapped or covered with any substance (to obtain a firmer grip,) and may have one prong at the end. No competitor shall, during the vault, raise the hand which w as uppermost when he left the ground to a higher point of the pole, nor shall he raise the hand which was undermost when he left the ground to any point on the pole above the other hand. The rules governing the runniug high jump must also govern the pole vault for height, except when the man leaves the ground in an attempt it shall be counted a trial. RULE XIX. Putting the Shot. The shot must be a solid sphere, made of metal, and must weight twelve pounds. It must be put with one hand, and in making the attempt it must be above, and not behind, the shoulder. The competitor must stand in a circle seven feet in diameter. The circumference of the cirle must be divided into halves by a line drawn through the center of the circle. On four feet of the front half of the circumferenc e a board four inches high must be placed, the edge of which must be equally distant from the intersection of the line with the circumference, and at which the competitor must stand when the shot leaves his hand. A fair put shall be one where no part of the person of the competitpr touches in front of the circle, or on the board, in making the attempt.
103 A put must be counted as a foul if the competitor steps outside the circle on the board. A competitor must leave the circle by the rear half. Leaving by the front half must be declared a foul. The measurement of all puts must be made from the nearest mark by the shot to a point on the circumference of the circle on a line with the object mark and the center of the circle. Foul puts and letting go the shot in making an attempt must be counted as trial puts without results. A board similar to the one in front may be used at the back of the circle. The order of competing and the number of trials shall be the same as for the running broad jump. Shots must be furnished by the managing committee. Any contestant may use his own private shot, if correct in weight and shape; in which case the other contestants must be allowed to use it if they wish. RULE XXI. Ties. In case of a tie in any event, the points shall be divided and the place awarded by lot. RULE XXII. Relay Racing. 1. A line must be drawn twenty feet in front of each starting- line. Between these two lines each runner must touch the succeeding runner. Failure to do this disqualifies the team in that event. The judges must see that all touches are properly made. 2. The same rule with reference to fouls, coaching or impeding a runner in any way, apply to relay racing as to other events. 3. No member of a relay team can run back of the line; nor can one man run two relays in any team. 4. The positions of the team must be drawn for.
104 Constitution of the Indiana High School Athletic Association (Revised Nov. 15, 1916) Officers: Administration Section 1. Board of Control. a. The Board of Control shall consist of five members (principals, members of the faculty or superintendents) to represent the five districts into which the State is divided for administration purposes only. b. Elections shall take place each year between December 1 and December 10, all votes being mailed to the Permanent Secretary on ballots prepared by him. c. Each member of the I. H. S. A. A. in a district shall have one vote for a Board member from his district. d. Beginning with December 1916 members shall be elected as follows: First District, to serve until January 1, 1918; Second District, to serve until January 1, 1919; Third District, to serve until January 1, The Fourth District will have an election in December 1917, the member to serve three years and the Fifth District will have an election in December 1918, the member to serve three years. e. After the initial elections each member shall be elected for three years. f. All newly elected officers shall assume the duties of their offices on the first day of January next following his election. g. The person receiving the highest number of votes in his district shall be elected. h. In case of a tie the vote shall be taken again, the votes being cast for the men who are tied for first place.
105 1. Three members of the Board shall constitute a quorum at any meeting. j. Removal from the district or withdrawal from the teaching profession shall constitute a vacancy and in such cases the remaining members on the Board shall choose a person from the district wherein the vacancy exists to serve until the next election only. k. No retiring member of the Board, having served three years, shall be eligible for re-election in any district for a period of one year after date of retirement. Sec. 2. I. H. S. A. A. Districts. For the purposes of administration only the State shall be divided by Counties into the following districts : First District--Benton, Carroll, Cass, Fulton, Jasper, Lake, Laporte, Marshall, Newton, Porter, Pulaski, Starke, St. Joseph, Tippecanoe, White. Second District--Adams, Allen, Blackford, Dekalb, Elkhart, Grant, Howard, Huntington, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Miami, Noble, Steuben, Wabash, Wells, Whitley. Third District--Boone, Clay, Clinton, Fountain, Hamilton, Hendricks, Marion, Montgomery, Morgan, Owen, Parke, Putnam, Tipton, Vigo, Vermillion, Warren. Fourth District--Bartholomew, Dearborn, Decatur, Deleware, Fayette, Franklin, Hancock, Henry, Jay, Jefferson, Jennings, Johnson, Madison, Ohio, Randolph, Ripley, Rush, Shelby, Switzerland, Union, Wayne. Fifth District--Brown, Clark, Crawford, Daviess, Dubois, Floyd, Gibson, Green, Harrison, Jackson, Knox, Lawrence, Martin, Monroe, Orange, Perry, Pike, Posey, Scott, Spencer, Sullivan, Vanderburg, Warrick, Washington. Sec. 3. The Board of Control shall have the following powers and duties: (a) It shall have general control over all athletic contests between secondary schools in this Association, (b) It shall have exclusive control of the annual Inter-scholastic Meet; (c) It shall give interpretations of the rules of the Association; (d) It shall determine forfeitures under Sec. 11; (e) The Board of Control, at the end of any athletic season may, at its discretion, issue a statement of its official opinion as to the relative standing of teams. No school which has violated the rules of the Association in regard to the qualifications of players shall be awarded special honors in that particular branch of athletics.
106 Sec. 4. (a) When charges are made in writing by a member of the Association against another member for violation of the rules of the Association, the Board of Control, after giving due notice of the place and time for the school so charged to be heard, shall consider such charges, and may suspend the offending school for a period not exceeding one year. (b) The Board of Control shall decide upon all protests brought before it with reference to qualifications of contestants in the inter-scholastic Meet. (c) When any matter comes before the Board for decision which is of special interest to a school of which a member of the Board is a representative, the remaining members shall appoint another person to act in his place in that matter. Sec. 5. At the annual meeting of 1906 a Permanent Secretary shall be elected, who shall have charge of the property and records of the Association; shall receive all money for dues and the sale of publications of the Association; shall issue all circulars anthorized by the Board of Control; shall attend meetings of the Board when requested to do so by the Board; shall turn over to the Treasurer of the Board all money in his possession when called upon to do so; shall perform such other duties as the growth of the Association as determined by the Board may require; and shall receive as compensation the sum of $150 annually, and such allowances for expenses and clerical help as the Board may approve. Vacancies in the office may be declared by the Board for cause, and a successor appointed by the Board to act until the next annual meeting. It shall be the duty of the Permanent Secretary to publish the I. H. S. A. A. Year Book immediately following the annual meeting of the Association Local Management: Sec. 6. The Principal or his authorized representative shall accompany his team to all contests. Sec. 7. The principal of the school, or high school teachers authorized by him, shall be manager or managers of the teams representing the school. Sec. 8. No games shall be played without the sanction of the principal. Sec. 9. The eligibility of all the contestants shall be certified to by the principal of the school in accordance with the rules hereby adopted- Such statements shall be presented in writing within ten days before any contest. In case of disputes the principal must furnish the Board of Control the following data in regard to each contestant: The date of last enrollment; the number of years he has been a member of a secondary school athletic team; date and place of birth; average mark in each study for the last preceding term in school; average mark in each study from the beginning of the current term or semester. A school which does not furnish this data shall be denied championship honors, and may be excluded from the Annual Interscholastic meet.
107 Sec. 10. The principal has power and is advised to exclude any contestant who, because of bad habits or improper conduct, would not represent his school in a becoming manner. Sec. 11. It is recommended that principals, in arranging for games, provide a forfeit of $10, to be exacted should there be a failure on the part of either party to carry out the arrangements made. Should such forfeitures be stipulated and not be paid during the same season, the Board of Control, after hearing both sides, shall have authority to expel the delinquent school from the Association. Notification of such expulsion shall be published in the papers, with cause therefor. Sec. 12. Paid Coaches, other than those regularly employed as teachers by the trustees of the school, are prohibited. By paid coach is meant any person who receives, directly or indirectly, remuneration of any kind, money, traveling expenses, gifts, etc., in return for services rendered in instructing or coaching any high school athletic team. Sec. 13. Each school in the Association shall report to the Permanent Secretary a list of pupils representing the school in athletic contests during the year. Each school is asked to report also the kind of treatment accorded them to, from and on the field, while guests of another school. Officials: Sec. 14. On and after January 1, 1910, all the Major Officials in all athletic contests participated in by teams connected with schools in the I. H. S. A. A. shall be regularly licensed teachers in the public schools of Indiana or shall be persons whose names have been furnished and approved by the Board of Control. It is recommended that these officials shall be disinterested, and it is required that when a school demands disinterested officials at the time of scheduling the game, such officials shall be furnished. The Board shall drop from its list of approved officials any person who is palpably unfair and biased in his decision in games. Sec. 15. Non-playing student officials or assistants shall conform to the same rules as the players. Membership: Sec. 16. Membership in this Association shall be limited to public High Schools of the state, and each school shall have one vote. The annual dues shall be $1.50, payable when the school becomes a member, and thereafter by January 1 of each year, in advance. Academies with commissioned high school standing shall be eligible to membership in the Association, and wherever the word "high school" appears in this Constitution it shall be understood to apply equally to these academies.
108 Beginning with the year 1914, and every year thereafter, the fiscal year of the Indiana High School Athletic Association shall close on December 31. Games and Game Rules: Sec. 17. No games shall be played with high schools of this s tate not belonging to the Association. This rule does not prevent a member of the Association from playing high school teams outside of the state, nor from playing non-high school teams within the state, except as follows: It is a violation of the Constitution for schools in the Association to play non-high school teams including high school boys, unless the latter are certified as eligible by the Principal of the school to which they belong. Sec. 18. The games recognized by the I. H. S. A. A. shall be: Football, Rugby Football, Soccer, Basketball, Track Work and Baseball. Further, all forms of inter-school athletic games shall be subject to the rules of the I. H. S. A. A. Sec In all football contests held under these rules, the length of each half shall be twentv-five minutes, unless changed by mutual consent. Sec. 20. The basketball rules for boys and girls as published in Spalding's Official Basketball rule books shall be the official rules governing all contests between members of the I. H. S. A. A. The three-court plan shall be used by girls except as mutually agreed upon otherwise. However, the rule governing the selection of officials in the above rules shall be void, and unless otherwise agreed by mutual consent each school shall furnish one official, and these officials shall alternate their duties, each acting as referee and each acting as umpire one half. Eligibility. Rule 1. To represent a school in any interscholastic contest, a person must be under twenty-one years of age; must have entered some public high school within the first twenty school days of the semester in which the contest occurs, and must be an amateur as defined by the A. A. U. Eighth grade pupils are not eligible. A semester is one-half a school year. (The term "Amateur" is defined and explained in Spalding's Official Handbook of the Inter-Collegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America.) Rule 2. Any pupil who has been enrolled twenty (20) or more days from September 1 to December 1 of same year for each of four semesters will be ineligible to play football a fifth semester. "Any pupil who has been enrolled for a period of twenty (20) or more days from December 1 to March 1 of the next year for each of four
109 semesters shall be eligible to play a fifth semester, provided he meets the requirements of the other eligibility rules; provided further that no pupil shall represent his school longer than four years." INTERPRETATION-This rule applies only to students entering school for the first time during the second semester of the school year, and enrollment in school rather than participation in athletics shall determine the eligibility of all students. Any pupil who has been enrolled for a period of twenty (20) or more days from March 1 to June 1 of the same year for each of four semesters shall be ineligible to play baseball a fifth semester. INTERPRETATION-This section covers all branches of athletics. Rule 3. A pupil withdrawing permanently from school within the first twenty school days of the semester shall not be regarded as having an opportunity to engage in athletics that semester unless he has already played in one or more interscholastic games, in which case he shall be regarded as having engaged in Athletics for that season. Rule 4. Post Graduates are not eligible, but pupils graduating from regular three year courses shall not be deemed post graduates. Rule 5. A student is a post graduate of a school after he has completed the work required for graduation by that school, irrespective of the time of granting the diploma. Rule 6. Pupils meeting requirements for graduation in three and onehalf years in high schools with regular four years course shall be eligible to participate in school athletics the last half of the fourth year, provided they meet all other eligibility rules of the I. H. S. A. A. Rule 7. Time spent in athletic sport by pupils while in grades below the high school shall not be counted as part of the four years. Rule 8. No person shall enter a contest under an assumed name. Rule 9. Any member of a high school athletic team who participates in an athletic contest as a member of any other similar team the same season, shall be ineligible to compete under these rules for the remainder of that season. An exception is hereby made for basketball and basketball players in those towns and cities whose schools have no gymnasium and whose students are forced by necessity to use a Y. M. C. A. or some other gymnasium for their practice games. It is a well known fact that the use of such gymnasium by high school students under such circumstances will likely require that such students play on the teams of the organizations
110 maintaining such gymnasiums.. No student, however, will be permitted to play on any other team than that representing the organization controlling the gymnasium, and no student will be allowed to play in the teams of the latter without the knowledge and consent of his principal. Rule 10. Each contestant must have and be maintaining for the current semester, a passing grade in each of three or more studies requiring a minimum of fifteen regular high school recitations per week, exclusive of rhetoricals, physical culture, military drill and deportment; in his last preceding semester in school he must also have met the same requirements throughout the entire term. Pupils enrolled for the first time must comply with the requirements of the rules, the average standing required for the preceding semester being obtained from the records in the last secondary school attended. Back work may be made up, providing that it is done in accordance with the regular rules of the school and becomes a matter of final record before the next semester. INTERPRETATION -- In each of the studies representing the minimum requirement of work specified above: (a) For the current semester the average of the monthly grades up to the time of certification must be passing; (b) for the current or school month the average of the daily or weekly grades must be passing; (c) if the average of the monthly grades at the beginning of any month is below passing in any study, the pupil is ineligible as far as that study is concerned for the entire month. Rule 11. No person who has been enrolled as a student in an institution of college standing, and has done work which may be counted toward a degree in that institution, shall be eligible as a member of any athletic team under I. H. S. A. A. rules in any game with any other team, either within or without the State of Indiana. Rule 12. The eligibility rules of this Association shall apply to students taking part in all contests, whether with schools inside or outside the State of Indiana. Rule 13. On and after January 1, 1911, no student shall be eligible to play football unless he has been examined by a regular physician and his physical condition has been pronounced satisfactory. Further, such student shall not be eligible until the physician's certificate has been filed with the Permanent Secretary of the Association. Said certificate shall be good from September 1 to December 1, only. Rule 14. On and after January 1, 1911, no pupil shall be eligible to play football without the written consent of his father, mother or guardian. Said written consent shall he attested by the Principal or Faculty Manager,
111 and shall be filed with the Permanent Secretary of the Association. The copy of said written consent shall be attached to the physician's certificate when filed with the Permanent Secretary. Rule. 15. No student, who has been enrolled as a High School student in any High School) shall be permitted to participate in any inter-high school contest as a member of another high school until he has been enrolled in such high school for one full semester, unless the parents of such student actually change their residence to the second school district. In the latter case the student will be as eligible as he was in the school from which he withdrew. The resolution is interpreted as follows: 1. Students finishing the courses offered in schools maintaining less than four years of high school work are not bound by the resolution. 2. The fact that a transfer has or has not been issued, or that the student pays or does not pay his tuition has no bearing on the resolution. 3. The resolution is now in force for the present semester but is not retroactive as to penalty. 4. A student enrolled in one High School of a city or school corporation shall not be eligible in another High School of the same city or school corporation until he has been enrolled in the other High School for one full semester. Interpretations,. First. A game is an Inter-High School athletic contest. Second. The football season is defined as beginning with the opening of school and closing with November 30. Third. No student who violates the rules of the Association will be reinstated by the Board. Fourth. A pupil who has played in one or more inter-scholastic games in any season shall be regarded as having engaged in athletics for that season. Fifth. When a member or members of any team are protested, the game should be played as scheduled and the protest filed with the Board for settlement later. Sixth. The basketball season is defined as lasting the entire school year.
112 Seventh. Pupils under twenty-one at the time of registration in school shall be so regarded until the time of their next registration. Eighth. Any student, who carries at least 15 hours of regular High School work, is a High School student. Ninth. It is recommended that Principals take proper measures to control the crowd and the players in all contests. Failure to do so shall be considered sufficient grounds for expulsion from the Association. Notes. 1. Parents' and physician's certificates, contracts for all contests, eligibility certificates, blanks for certification of officials, and blanks ofr reporting contests will be furnished in quantities upon applicttion to the Permanent Secretary. Please state definitely the kind and number of each wanted. 2. The Annual Handbook will be sent upon receipt of ten cents. 3. All correspondence and remittances from members of the Association to the Board of Control or to the Permanent Secretary must be indorsed by the principal, THE PRINCIPAL IS THE RE- SPONSIBLE PARTY.
113 MONROE HIGH SCHOOL, MONROE, INDIANA, 1921 Left to Right- Standing-Gorman McKean, g; George Harvey, g; Sylvester, c; Hendricks, Rox Kessler, c; Chester Kessler, f. Sitting-Albert Coppess, f; Arzia Crist, g; Lynn Shirk, f.
115 FINANCIAL REPORT Report of Permanent Secretary From November 15, 1920 to November 14, 1921 Nov Balance ^ $ War Stamps (purchase price) ^ U. S. Treasury Saving SecuritieI^ RECEIPTS Membership Dues, Hand Book Cuts, Tourney Fees, Center Assessments, and Hand Books ^ $11, DISBURSEMENTS NOVEMBER- 24-J. A. Terry, stamps ^ $ Mrs. A. L. Trester, clerical help ^ Margaret Merriken, clerical help ^ A. L. Trester, Expenses Board Meeting Indianapolis ^ Chase and Shepherd, Printing ^16.25 DECEMBER- 10-Western Union Telegraph Co ^ J. A. Terry, Stamps ^ Chase & Shepherd, Printing ^ Chase & Shepherd, Printing ^16.75 JANUARY- 4-Margaret Merriken, Clerical Help ^ Mrs. A, L. Trester, Clerical Help ^ A. L. Trester, Expenses Board Meeting, Indianapolis ^ Frank Hartley, Rebate on Athletic Dues ^ J. A. Terry, Stamps ^ Salem Center High School Rebate on Dues ^ Kirklin High School, Rebate on Dues ^ Chase & Shepherd, Printing ^ Margaret Merriken, Clerical Help ^ Mrs. A. L. Trester, Clerical Help ^50.00 FEBRUARY- 2-A. L. Trester, Salary, 1920 ^ Chase & Shepherd, Printing ^12.40
116 11-J. A. Terry, Stamps ^ J. A. Terry, Stamps ^ LaPorte Printing Co., Hand Books 1, A. L. Trester, Salary ^ Margaret Merriken, Clerical Help ^ Mrs. A. L. Trester, Clerical Help MARCH- ^ A. L. Trester, Expenses Board Meeting ^ Margaret Merriken, Clerk, Expenses to Indianapolis.^ Chase & Shepherd, Printing ^ Western Union Telegraph Co ^ J. A. Terry, Stamps ^ Mrs. A. L. Trester, Clerical Help ^ J. A. Terry, Stamps ^ A. L. Trester, Expenses State B. B. Tourney ^ K. V. Ammerman, Stamps ^ A. L. Trester, Expenses Board Meeting ^ Margaret Merriken, Clerical Help ^ A. L. Trester, Expenses Indianapolis ^ Chase & Shepherd, Printing APRIL- ^ J. A. Terry, Stamps ^ Western Union Telegraph Co ^ Chase & Shepherd, printing ^ Chase & Shepherd, Printing ^ J. A. Terry, Stamps MAY- ^ Margaret Merriken, Salary ^ Mrs. A. L. Trester, Clerical Help ^ LaPorte Telephone Co., Tolls ^ C. F. Painter, Coesse, Rebate ^.50 9-Western Union Tel. Co JUNE- ^ Margaret Merriken, Salary ^ Mrs. A. L. Trester, Clerical, Help ^ A. L. Trester, Expenses State Track Meet ^ LaPorte Telephone Co., Tolls ^ Western Union Tel. Co JULY- ^ Margaret Merriken, Salary ^ Mrs. A. L. Trester, Clerical Help ^ A. L. Trester, Board Meeting AUGUST- ^ Margaret Merriken, Salary 8-J. A. Terry, Stamps ^ ^ Chase & Shepherd, Printing ^ J. A. Terry, Treasury Savings Securities ^828.00
117 SEPTEMBER- 1-Margaret Merriken, Salary ^ Mrs. A. L. Trester, Clerical Help ^ A. L. Trester, Salary ^ J. A. Terry, Stamps ^ Chase & Shepherd, Printing ^ J. A. Terry, Stamps ^ Margaret Merriken, Salary ^ Mrs. A. L. Trester, Salary ^50.00 OCTOBER- ^ 3-Western Union Telephone Co Kessler Furniture Co., Filing Cabinet ^ Chao & Shepherd, Printing ^ Yawman & Erbe Co., Guides for Filing Cabinet ^ J. A. Terry, Stamps ^ Chase & Shepherd, Printing ^ Chase & Shepherd, Badges for Delegates State Meeting ^ J. A. Terry, Stamps ^10.00 NOVEMBER- 1-Chase & Shepherd, printing ^ A. L. Trester, Expenses State Board Meeting ^ Margaret Merriken, Salary ^ Mrs. A. L. Trester, Clerical Help ^ Stafford Engraving Co., O. W. Cut for Hand Book ^ H. H. Kessler, Cabinet Base ^6.00 ^ 9-Western Union Telegraph Co., O W. Total Disbursements ^ $5, Balance November 14 ^ $6,252.87
118 REPORT OF TREASURERS Merle J. Abbett, Treasurer, In Account With I. H. S. A. A. From November 15, 1920 to February 9, RECEIPTS 1920 Nov. 15, Balance in Bank ^ $2, DISBURSEMENTS J. M. Leffel, Nov. 19 ^ $^5.41 C. C. Carson, Nov. 19 ^10.20 Meals Board, Nov. 19 ^5.00 M. J. Abbett, Nov. 19 ^15.90 R. C. Johnson, Nov. 29 ^2.00 J. M. Leffell, Nov. 29 ^2.95 C. C. Carson, Dec. 28 ^10.75 R. C. Johnson, Dec. 28 ^12.08 Jos. H. Shock, Dec. 28 ^5.16 F. L. Busenburg, Dec. 28 ^2.54 J. M. Leffel, Dec. 28 ^ Dinners Board, Dec. 28 ^11.25 M. J. Abbett, Dec. 28 ^11.17 U. S. A. War Stamps, Jan. 19 ^ A. L. Trester Hand Book, Feb. 7 ^ 1, $1, Feb. 9, 1921, Balance in Bank ^ $1, War Stamps (purchase price) G. Reitzel^ $ M. J. Abbett ^ M. J. Abbett ^ $2, Total Funds, February ^ $3,226.83
119 James M. Leffel, Treasurer, In Account With I. H. S. A. A, From February 9, 1921, to November 14, RECEIPTS 1921 Feb. 9, From Merle J. Abbett, cash ^ $1, Total Receipts (cash) ^ $1, War Savings ^ 2, Total Funds, Feb. 9, 1921 ^ $3, DISBURSEMENTS Dinner Athletic Board, Feb. 26 ^ $ Box Rent, State Bank and expense, Feb. 28 ^1.38 Jos. H. Shock, Indianapolis, Feb. 28 ^7.65 F. L. Busenburg, Indianapolis, Feb. 28 ^3.93 Jos. H. Shock, Indianapolis, March 22 ^11.60 James M. Leffel, Indianapolis, March 22 ^12.53 F. L. Busenburg, Indianapolis, March 22 ^24.33 K. V. Ammerman, March 23 ^7.94 Dinner Claypool Hotel, March 26 ^17.35 Merle J. Abbett, March 26 ^20.50 James M. Leffel, March 29 ^11.01 Jos. H. Shock, April 6 ^7.16 F. L. Busenburg, April 7 ^2.87 Merle J. Abbett, Regional, March ^9.50 Merle J. Abbett, State, March ^15.50 Merle J. Abbett, Indianapolis, April 7 ^20.50 Shock, Claypool Hotel, May 2 ^4.50 James M. Leffel, Indianapolis, May 20 ^16.53 Jos. H. Shock, Indianapolis, May 25 ^7.&0 F. L. Busenburg, Indianapolis, June 2 ^4.08 Jos. H. Shock, Indianapolis, May 28 ^12.50 F. L. Busenburg, July ^3.88 M. J. Abbett, State, Nov. 1 ^10.00 M. J. Abbett, Franklin, Nov. 1 ^12.00 M. J. Abbett, State Meeting, Nov. 1 ^11.17 James M. Leffel,,Indianapolis Meeting, Nov. 1 ^13.92 $ Nov. 14, 1921, Balance in Bank.. ^ $ War Stamps (purchaseprice) G. Reitzel ^$ M. J. Abbett.^ M. J. Abbett ^ $2, Nov. 14, 1921, Total Assets In Hands of Treasurer ^ $2,936.35
120 TOTAL REPORTS Permanent Secretary- Balance in Bank ^ $6, War Stamps (purchase price ^ 1, $8, Treasurer- Balance in Bank ^ $ War Stamps (purchase price) ^ 2, $2, Total ^ $11,025.22
121 Records and Reports of Meets and Games
122 ^ I. H. S. A. A. TRACK AND FIELD RECORDS EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^PLACE^DATE 100 Yard Dash 10 sec. ^ Blair ^ Hammond Crawfordsville Yard Dash 23 sec. ^ Blair ^ Hammond^Lafayette ^ sec. ^ King ^ Manual Tr ^ Lafayette ^ Yard Dash sec. ^ Szold... ^ Emerson, Gary^Lafayette ^1917 Half Mile Run 2 min sec. Brown Frankfort Lafayette ^1917 One Mile Run 4 min sec. Trotter ^ North Salem ^ Lafayette ^ Yard Hurdle sec. ^ Allison Richmond ^ ILafayette ^ Yard Hurdle sec. ^ Allison ^ Richmond ^ Lafayette ^ 1909 High Jump ^ 6 ft. 1-2 in ^ Evans Brazil ^ Franklin ^1921 Broad Jump ^ 21 ft. 5 in. ^ Martin ^ South Bend..... Terre Haute......^1911 Pole Vault ^ 11 ft in. ^ Mittank ^ Fairmount Acad.^Franklin ^1916 Shot Put ^ 47 ft in. ^ Williams ^ Sheridan ^ Lafayette ^1917 'Hammer Throw ft in ^ Conwell ^ Van Buren ^ Bloomington....,.^1908 Discus Throw ft. 6 in. ^ Stockton ^ Monticello^ Bloomington ^1908 Mile Relay 3 min sec...^ Crawfordsville.... Richmond ^ 3 min sec...^ Technical ^ Lafayette ^1909 ^1920 RECORDS OF FIRST ANNUAL INDIANA STATE MEET, BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA, MAY 14, EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 120 Yard Hurdle 17 sec Seward ^ Bloomington Martin Salem ^ Anderson^ ',Marion. ^ Yard Dash.^ sec ^ Joseph.^ Shortridge ^ Heaton ^ Frankfort ^ Rader ^!Huntington ^ Mile Run^ 5 min. 4 sec^ Steep ^ Shortridge^ White Bloomington.. Cauble. ^ Salem 440 Yard Run ^ sec Zimmer Bloomington Duggan ^ M. T. H. S.^Davis Sheridan^ 220 Yard Dash ^ sec ^ Joseph. Shortridge^ Blair ^ Hammond^ Heaton^Frankfort^ 220 Yard Hurdle^ sec Seward^ Bloomington Duggan ^ M. T. H. S.^ Martin Salem^ 880 Yard Run ^ 2 min sec^ Davis.^ Sheridan ^ White Bloomington Wilson Salem.^ Discus Throw ^ 100 ft. 8 in ^ Buckley ^Bloomington^Fritz. Sheridan ^ Miller ^ Lafayette... ^ Shot Put^ 40 ft. 3 in Murr ^ M. T. H. S.^ Buckley ^ Bloomington Humphreys^ Linton ^ Pole Vault 9 ft. 6 in Buckley Bloomington. Humphreys ^ Linton ^ Scott ^ Sheridan... ^ Hammer Throw- 131 ft. 1 in Weatherhead Goshen^Murr ^ M. T. H. S.^Manford Richmond^ Broad Jump 19 ft in ^ Kercheval ^ Sheridan^Johnson M. T. H. S.^ Higbee^Sheridan High Jump 5 ft. 4 in.^ Miller Lafayette... ^ Johnson ^ M. T. H. S.^Buckley^Bloomington...
123 ^ I. H. S. A. A. SECOND ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET, LAFAYETTE, INDIANA, MAY 20, 1905 EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yard Dash^ sec Blair ^ Hammond.^ Heaton ^ Frankfort ^ Davis Marion ^ 220 Yard Dash^ 23 sec Blair Hammond Dernming ^ M. T. H. S.^Gleghorn^Whiting^ 440 Yard Dash^ sec Demming M. T. H. S.^ Baker Linton Low ^ Monticello^ Half Mile Run^ 2 min sec Patton.^ Shortridge^ Thrice ^ Whiting ^ King^ M. T. H. S. One Mile Run.^ 4 min sec King M. T. H. S^ Carr ^ Fowler^Houter^Rensselaer^ 120 Yard Hurdle. 10 sec Belman Hammond ^ Gardiner ^ Monticello^ Patton. ^ Shortridge.^ 220 Yard Hurdle sec Dobbins ^ Rennselaer ^ *Percils ^ Rennselaer ^ *Rhode ^ Hammond High Jump...^... 5 ft in ^ *DeWeese ^ Shortridge^ *McLaughlin Shortridge^ Holtzman ^ M. T. H. S. *Yelch Washington Broad Jump...^ 20 ft in Yelch ^ Washington ^ *Humphreys Linton *Percils Rensselaer ^ Pole Vault 10 ft. 5 in. ^Rudolph Crown Point. Barkley ^ Shade^ Shade ^Montpelier. ^ Shot Put.^ 39 ft Rothrock ^ Monticello ^ McLaughlin ^ Shortridge ^ Gleghorn Whiting ^ Hammer Throw 103 ft Guyer Richmond ^ Sutliff ^ Goshen ^ Gardiner ^ Monticello^ Discus Throw^ ft. 11 in ^ Shade Montpelier ^ Stockton. ^ Monticello^ Sutliff ^Goshen ^ Mile Relay 3 min. 58 sec M. T. H. S. ^Monticello ^ *Tied for place, points divided. I. H. S. A. A. THIRD ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET, CRAWFORDSVILLE, INDIANA, MAY 19, EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yard Dash^ 10 sec. ^ Blair Hammond^ Smith^Hebron ^ Lawrence ^ Michigan City Yard Dash.^ sec. Blair Hammond. ^ Smith ^ Hebron. ^ Lawrence ^ Michigan City Yard Dash^ sec Demming^ M. T. H. S.^ Adams ^ M. T. H. S.^ Cutshall...^ Brazil ^ 880 Yard Run^ 2 min sec^ Meuer M. T. H. S. ^ Wylie Bloomington Weybright^Bloomington... One Mile Run^ 5 min sec^ Meuer M. T. H. S.^ Weybright Bloomington Cain ^ Richmond ^ 120 Yard Hurdle sec. Behman ^ Hammond^ Rhode. Hammond^ L. Houter... ^ Rensselaer ^ 220 Yard Hurdle sec ^ Knapp. ^ Elkhart Behman ^ Hammond^ Allison ^ Richmond ^ High Jump^ 5 ft in ^ *Morgan ^. ^...^ Broad Jump ^ 20 ft in DeWeese ^ Shortridge ^ Starbuck ^ Goshen ^ Lane ^ Huntington^ Pole Vault 10 ft in ^ Shade Montpelier^ Morgan ^ Rensselaer ^ Starbuck.^ Goshen...^ Shot Put 41 ft in Lawrence Michigan City Guyer Richmond DeWeese^ Shortridge. ^ Hammer Throw 134 ft in Carlson Hobart^Schaffer Elkhart ^ Guyer....^ Richmond.^ Discus Throw^ 106 ft. 10 in. ^ Shade ^ Montpelier^ Schaffer ^ Elkhart Lawrence Michigan City.. Mile Relay 3 min. 48 sec^ M. T. H S.
124 ^ I. H. S. A. A. FOURTH ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET, RICHMOND, INDIANA, MAY 18, EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yard Dash.^ 11 sec...^ Deming ^ M. T. H. S^ Kissel M. T. H. S.^ Hook ^ Laporte...^ 220 Yard Dash.^ 25 sec.. Kissell.^ M. T. H. S^ Hook ^ Laporte...^ Deming...^ M. T. H. S^ 440 Yard Dash^ sec^ Deming^ M. T. H. S^ Hendrickson... Shortridge.^ Gangwich^ Fairmount^ Half Mile Run.^ 2 mm. sec... ^ Summers ^ Hammond ^ Wright^ M. T. H. S.^ Bosson ^ Shortridge..^ One Mile Run^ 5 mm. sec Wright M. T. H. S^ Allen ^ Fairmo unt. Rimer^Monticello ^ 120 Yard Hurdle 19 sec.. Rawlins Monticello ^ Schlademan.... Monticello.^ Eichrodt...^ M. T. H. S^ 220 Yard Hurdle sec ^ Rawlins^ Monticello ^ Pickett^M. T. H. S^ Schlademan^Monticello^ High Jump 5 ft. 4 in *Morrison ^ Darlington ^ *Hesler ^ Veedersburg Morrison ^ Shortridge ^ Broad Jump 21 ft in. ^ Conrad^ Darlington^ Starbuck ^ Goshen^ Stockton^Monticello^ Pole Vault 9 ft in^ Stackhouse^ M. T. H. S^ Stonex ^ Crown Point^ Starbuck ^ Goshen^ Shot Put 43 ft in. Kerr Salem Stockton Monticello Morrison^Darlington ^ Hammer Throw 133 ft. 9 in Young Crown Point. Stockton ^ Monticello ^ Luce. Anderson ^ Discus Throw^ 98 ft in Stockton ^ Monticello Young Crown Point Bushnell Monticello^ Mile Relay 3 min sec^ M. T. H. S.^ Shortridge ^ *Tied for place, points by lot. I. H. S. A. A. FIFTH ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET, BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA. EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yard Dash^ sec Staggs Walton^ Ankenbrock M T. H. S^ Hewitt. Marion ^. 220 Yard Dash^ 24 sec Staggs Walton ^ Schomberg ^ Shortridge ^ Hubbard ^ Shortridge ^ 440 Yard Dash^ 55 sec Hendrickson^Shortridge^Duckwall^Vincennes ^ Hansberry^ Anderson Half Mile Run^ 2 min sec ^ Duckwall ^ Vincennes^ Ellis Shortridge^ Stiltz ^ M. T. H. S^ One Mile Run^ 4 min. 52 sec ^ Summerville^Brazil Stanton^ M. T. H. S^ Moreland ^ Anderson. ^ 120 Yard Hurdle 17 sec Rawlins ^ Monticello^ Mutchler ^ Kewanna ^ Roster. ^ M. 220 Yard Hurdle sec Rawlins ^ Monticello ^ Stackhouse ^ M. T. H. S^ Hawkins ^ Shortridge^ High Jump 5 ft in Morrison ^ Shortridge^Haseman ^ Linton ^ Scott ^ Shortridge ^ Broad Jump 20 ft in Hendrickson Shortridge. ^ Stockton ^ Monticello.^ Staggs ^ Walton ^ Pole Vault 10 ft. 3 in *Stackhouse^M. T. H. S. ^ *Gardner ^ Monticello^ Nicholson^ M. T. H. S. Shot. Put 43 ft. 2 S. in...^ Stockton ^ Monticello.^ Millikan.^Montpelier'^ Findlay ^ M. T. H Hammer Throw^ 140 ft in ^ Conwell ^ VanBuren^ Stockton. Monticello Davis Salem Discus Throw^ 117 ft. 6 in^stockton Millikan... ^ Montpelier ^ Fisher.^ Anderson.. ^ Mile Relay. 3 min sec ^M. T. H. S.^Monticello^ Anderson^Shortridge *Tied for place, points divided.
125 ANDERSON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL BASKET BALL TEAM, Left to right: Mansfield, Jackson, McFarland, Gale, Williams, Burdette, Robinson, Rigsby, Stages (coach), McClintock (Mgr.).
127 ^ L H. S. A. A. SIXTH' ANNUAL TRAC2C. AND FIELD MEET, LAFAYETTE, INDIANA. i ^ ^ EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yard Dash^ sec. ^ King M. T. H. S.^Moss ^Linton Schomberg^Shortridge 220 Yard Dash^ 23 sec King M. T. H. S.^Staggs^Walton ^Jarvis Shortridge^ 440 Yard Dash.^ sec^ Hamilton ^ M. T. H. S.^ Applegate ^ Kokomo ^Croslin. ^ Culver ^ Half Mile Run^ 2 min. 7 sec^ Marchal Gas City ^ Croslin ^ Culver Ellis^ Shortridge^ One Mile Run^ 4 min sec^ Newlin^ M. T. H. S.^ Hinshaw ^Monticello^Oliphant. ^ Linton ^ 120 Yard Hurdle^ sec ^ Allison ^ Richmond.^ Fauber ^ Monticello.^ Williams Sheridan ^ 220 Yard Hurdle^ sec Allison ^ Richmond^ Summers ^ Hammond ^ Kennedy ^ Hammond ^ High Jump ^ 5 ft in ^ Manson ^Shortridge^ Scott Shortridge^ Little ^ Fairmount A... Broad Jump ^ 21 ft in ^ Morrison ^ Shortridge^ King. ^ M. T. H. S.^Davis Sheridan ^ Dillon Culver ^ Pole Vault 10 ft in Winslow Fairmount A Scott Shortridge^ Manson Shortridge^ Griggs ^ W. Lafayette... Shot Put 40 ft. 3-4 in Johnson^ Swayzee ^ Atwood^ Hammond ^ Peck Sheridan ^ Hammer Throw^ 140 ft. 4 in ^ Davis Salem ^ Conwell ^ Van Buren ^ Ebert ^ Hammond ^ Discus Throw. ^ 105 ft. 10 in Dobson ^ Monticello.^Conwell ^ Van Buren ^ Kerlin.^ 'Wolcott. ^ Mile Relay 3 min sec.^m. T. H. S.^ Hammond ^ Carmel. I. H. S. A. A. SEVENTH ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET, CRAWFORDSVILLE, INDIANA. EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yard Dash^ sec Applegate ^ Kokomo ^ Phillippe Vincennes ^ Chancellor ^ Kokomo. ^ 220 Yard Dash^ sec ^ Finn M. T. H. S.^ Bott ^ Star City^Dellinger. ^ Wolcott 440 Yard Dash^ sec Daggy ^ Wolcott ^ Applegate ^ Kokomo ^ Rothenberger Frankfort ^ Half Mile Run^ 2 min sec^ Marchal.^ Gas City.^Million^ Monticello.^ Bissel M. T. H. S. One Mile Run^ 4 m sec ^ Oliphant ^ Linton ^ Day ^ Fairmount ^ Mosiman ^ South Bend 120 Yard Hurdle sec Lods Monticello Roberts Carmel ^ Winslow ^ Fairmount A... Oliphant ^ Linton ^ 220 Yard Hurdle^ sec. Honer ^ South Bend^ Rowe South Bend ^ Bailey ^ 'Greenwood High Jump 5 ft in Ellis Bluffton Hildreth Monticello^ Haseman ^ Linton ^ Broad Jump 20 ft Applegate Kokomo Phillippe Vincennes^ Bishop Walton ^ Brantley Linton ^ Pole Vault 9 ft. 10 in Rogers^ M. T. H. S^ Garner ^ Brownsburg Shot Put 42 ft in^ Brantley. ^ Linton ^ Conwell ^ Van Buren^ Bishop ^ Walton ^ Discus Throw 111 ft ^Conwell ^ Van Buren ^ Kirby South Bend ^ Collins.^ Monticello^ Mile Relay ^ 3 min sec^ Anderson^ M. T. H. S ^ Monticello.^
128 ^ I. H. S. A. A. EIGHTH ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET, TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA. EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yard Dash.^ sec ^ Applegate ^ Kokomo ^ Chancellor ^ Kokomo ^ Woodgate ^ Greenwood 220 Yard Dash ^ sec.. Applegate ^ Kokomo ^ Chancellor ^ Kokomo ^ Bruner ^ Vincennes.^ 440 Yard Dash ^ sec.. Applegate ^ Kokomo ^ Bond ^ Fairmount A Butler ^ MT HS Half Mile Run^ 2 min sec^ Gavit ^ Hammond^ Million^ Monticello^ Wallace ^ Washington One Mile Run 4 min sec.... Gavit Hammond^ Dodge^ South Bend^ Jenkins^ M. T. H. S. 120 Yard Hurdle 17 sec Kirby ^ South Bend ^ Morgan ^ Washington ^ Lods Monticello^ 220 Yard Hurdle sec Kirby South Bend^ Lods ^ Monticello.^ Pickett^ M. T. H. S. High Jump 5 ft. 7 in. Bailey Greenwood ^ Dixon ^ Linton ^ Kirby ^ South Bend Monahan ^ Fairmount Broad Jump 21 ft. 5 in ^ Martin ^ South Bend^ Kirby... South Bend.^Carter.^Terre Haute Pole Vault ^ 10 ft. 5 in ^ Hopkins ^ Kokomo ^ Bailey ^ Greenwood^ Campbell. ^ Burnetts Creek Winslow Fairmount A... Wise Noblesville ^ Fournier Boswell. Shot Put 40 ft. Bishop ^ Walton ^ Longenecker Ligonier ^ Kirby ^ South Bend Discus Throw 107 ft. 2 in Kirby South Bend Dewees Kokomo ^ Vater Whiting - ^ Mile. Relay ^ 3 min. 46 sec ^ M. T. H. S Frankfort ^ Vincennes I. H. S. A. A. NINTH ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET, LAFAYETTE, INDIANA EVENT RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yard Dash ^ sec ^ Walton Noblesville ^ Davis ^ Brook Gould ^ Crawfordsville 220 Yard Dash^ sec ^ Walton^ Noblesville^ Winslow ^ Fairmount A Carll.^ Shortridge ^ 440 Yard Dash^ sec ^ Woodgate Greenwood^Noble ^ Shortridge ^ Mishler^ Plymouth. ^ Half Mile Run^ 2 min sec^ Hefferman^ Washington^Van Swearing'r M. T. H. S.^ Hirsh ^ Hammond ^ One Mile Run ^ 4 min 53 sec Hefferman Washington ^ Good ^ Crawfordsville Nicholson ^ Crawfordsville 120 Yard Hurdle sec ^ Winslow ^ Fairmount A Fye ^ M. T. H. S.^ Armstrong^ Westfield..^ 220 Yard Hurdle sec^ Crumpacker. Hammond ^ Fye ^ M. T. H. S.^ Baucher..^ Shortridge^ High Jump 5 ft in Simmons ^ Hartford City... White ^ Shortridge.^ Shumaker ^ North Vernon.. Broad Jump 20 ft in ^ Ball. Raub Walton ^ Noblesville ^ Winslow Fairmount A. Pole Vault 10 ft in ^ Wicks Gary ^ *Winslow Fairmount A *Fournier ^ Boswell ^ Shot Put 40 ft in Thistlewaite Westfield ^ Ray ^ Shortridge^ Means ^ Shortridge^ Discus Throw^ 103 ft in DeWeese Kokomo ^ Gaddis ^ Fairmount A Parry ^ Greenwood Mile Relay^ 3 min. 48 sec. Greenwood Crawfordsville Anderson^ *Winslow, Fournier and Van Camp of Brookaton, tied for second place.
129 ^ I. H. S. A. A. TENTH ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET, RICHMOND, INDIANA, MAY 17, EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD SCHOOL 100 Yard Dash.^ sec^ Walton^ Noblesville^ Cornelius. ^ M. T. H. S^ Lindsey^,Evansville ^ 220 Yard Dash.^ 24 sec Walton Noblesville ^ Armstrong ^ Westfield Cissell ^ Kokomo ^ 440 Yard Dash.^ sec ^ D. Sims ^ Bloomfield.^ Lindsey ^ Evansville ^ Cottingham^ Noblesville ^ Half Mile Run^ 2 min. 9 sec.^sheets Frankfort ^ Kelley South Bend^ Millholland^ M. T. H. S One Mile Run^ 4 min sec Brown M. T. H. S.^ Good^New Augusta Congdon ^Elkhart^ 120 Yard Hurdle sec^ Vermillion^ Anderson Hoskins ^ Carmel ^ 220 Yard Hurdle 28 sec McAlvey ^ Crawfordsville. Brug ^ South Bend ^ Richter^ Plymouth^ icottingham Noblesville ^ High Jump^ 5 ft. 6 in Monahan ^ Fairmount ^ Coffman ^ M. T. H. S.^Wishard ^ Greenwood Broad Jump.^ 19 ft in ^ Walton ^ Noblesville^ Bieler^ Shortridge^ Gaddis ^ Fairmount A... Gaddis Fairmount A^ Mittank ^ Fairmount A. Pole Vault 10 ft Cook ^ Boswell ^ Dixon Linton Shot Put. 44 ft. 2 in ^ Morrish Fairmount A. Haworth.^Amo.^ Roney ^ Fairmount ^ Discus Throw 107 ft. Gaddis. Fairmount A. Vater ^ Whiting ^ Wisehart Crawfordsville. Mile Relay 3 min sec Crawfordsville. ^ Evansville ^ M. T. H. S.
130 ^ I. H. S. A. A. ELEVENTH ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET, CRAWFORDSVILLE, INDIANA, MAY 16, EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yard Dash^ sec Heuring ^ Petersburg^ Cottingham^Noblesville^ Cornelius ^ M. T. H. S. 220 Yard Dash^ 24 sec Beigh^ Argos C. Armstrong Westfield ^ Nowels^ Rome City^ Cottingham^ Noblesville ^ 440 Yard Dash^ sec ^ Sims Bloomfield.^ Newlin^Shortridge ^ Half Mile Run^ 2 min sec^ballou Washington ^ Nicholson ^ Crawfordsville Umbles ^ Washington... One Mile Run^ 4 min sec Umbles Washington^White Shortridge ^ Kemper ^ Brooks ^ 120 Yard Hurdle^ sec-^ L. Armstrong... Westfield ^ Ingraham^Washington ^ Allen ^ Washington... Walton ^ North Salem 220 Yard Hurdle sec. ^ McAlevy ^ Crawfordsville Lett ^ Washington^Weaver^ Oaklandon ^ Patton Bedford^ Coffman^ M. T H. S.^ Spurgeon Muncie ^ Kiefer Washington High Jump^ 5 ft in Graham ^ Burnett's Creek Sims ^ Bloomfield^ Allen ^ Washington Francis Shortridge^ L. Armstrong Westfield Fetzer Bluffton ^ Woodcock ^ Greenwood Broad Jump 20 ft in ^ Eagleson ^ Crawfordsville Cottingham^Noblesville ^ Davis Brook ^ Pole Vault ft ^ Cottingham^Noblesville ^ Vermillion^ Anderson... ^ Mittank Fairmount Ac..^ Musselman ^ Burnett's Creek Campbell ^ Lafayette ^ Kiefer ^ Washington Shot Put 45 ft. 9 in Jeffries North Salem^Fetzer Bluffton ^ Dickson Goodland.^ Discus Throw^ 105 ft in Wisehart. ^ Crawfordsville Harting Bloomfield^Sims ^ Bloomfield. Mile Relay 3 min 47 sec. M. T. H. S. Evansville ^ Washington ^
131 ^ I. H. S. A. A. TWELFTH ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. EVENT RECORD WINNER ^SCHOOL SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD SCHOOL 100 Yard Dash^ sec Conover Garfield ^ Beigh ^ Argos ^ Juday Goshen ^ 220 Yard Dash^ 24 sec ^ Conover Garfield ^ Cutrell^ Plainfield Acad Webb ^ Washington 440 Yard Dash^ sec Heuring Petersburg ^ Zimmer^ Noblesville ^ Haag... Plymouth. Half Mile Run^ 2 min. 6 sec Butler Technical Brown Kokomo Cook Plymouth ^ One Mile Run.. ^ 4 min sec. ^ Nay Sheridan ^ Allman ^ Crown Point. Sweeney ^ South Bend 120 Yard Hurdle^ 17.3 sec Ingraham Washington ^ Walton ^ North Salem^ Williams ^ Kokomo Yard Hurdle 27:4 sec^^ingraham Washington ^ Church ^ Lebanon ^ Pinnick ^ Petersburg ^ High Jump^ 5 ft in Graham Burnetts Creek Cutrell.^ Plainfield Acad Walton^ North Salem Ball ^ Raub ^ Broad Jump 20 ft. 8 in Keeling Shelbyville ^ Ball ^ Raub ^ Graham ^ Burnetts Creek Pole Vault^10ft. 6 in Elser ^ Gary. ^ Coughlin ^ Tipton.^ Kiefer ^ Washington^ White ^ Vincennes ^ Shot Put 44 ft in ^ Otto Burnetts Creek Thorn Wingate ^ Williams-^ Sheridan ^ Discus Throw ^ 113 ft Ball ^ Raub ^ Graham ^ Brownsburg Phillips ^ Gary^ Mile Relay 3 min. 47 sec. ^ Lafayette Delphi.^ Shortridge^ I. H. S. A. A. THIRTEENTH ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET, FRANKLIN, IND., EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yard Dash^ sec Schultz Evansville ^ Butler ^ Shortridge.^ Swords ^ Washington 220 Yard Dash^ 24 sec Perkins^Technical^ Schultz^ Evansville Beck Thorntown ^ 440 Yard Dash^ sec.^ Butler Shortridge^ Murray^ Wash'ton C. C. Boyd ^ Shortridge.^ Half Mile Run^ 2 min 9 sec ^ Craig ^ Franklin ^ Pritchard ^ Gary ^ Pratt ^ Greencastle One Mile Run^ 4 min. 51 sec.^ Trotter^ North Salem Powell Frankfort ^ Crowder. ^ Wingate. ^ 120 Yard Hurdle^ sec Moore Shortridge ^ Mittank ^ Fairmount Ac.. Smiley.^ Washington 220 Yard Hurdle sec Wilson ^ Shortridge^ Chaffey ^ Logansport^Gullett Manual Tr High Jump ^ 5 ft in Ivey Rochester ^ Hull, H^ Noblesville^ Parker ^ Kokomo ^ Jones ^ Fairmount Ac Broad Jump.^ 20 ft in ^ Metcalf Brownsburg^Mittank ^ Fairmount Ac.. Chesterson ^ Fowler ^ Pole Vault 11 ft in Mittank Fairmount Ac.. Garten ^ Manual Tr^Robertson.^ Atlanta Shot Put 45 ft in ^ Williams Sheridan ^ Thorn ^ Wingate ^ Johnson Wash'ton, C. C. Discus Throw.^ 106 ft. 4 in Metcalf ^ Brownsburg Robertson.^ Atlanta ^ Smalley ^ Washington-- Mile Relay ^3 min sec ^ Gary ^Bedford Bloomfield
132 ^ I. H. S. A. A. FOURTEENTH ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET, LAFAYETTE, INDIANA, EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yard Dash.^ sec Rohrer Goshen ^ Johnson ^ Huntington^ Rhind ^ Hammond 220 Yard Dash^ sec Rohrer^ Goshen^ Rhind ^ Hammond ^ Strohl Kirklin^ 440 Yard Dash.^ sec. ^ Szold Emerson ^ Swords^ Washington^ Borden^ Peru ^ Half Mile Run^ 2 min sec^ Brown ^ Frankfort ^ Brown ^ Kokomo^Leverenz... Lafayette ^ One Mile Run 4 min sec ^ Trotter ^ North Salem^Brooks ^ Peru ^ Ashley Lebanon ^ 120 Yard Hurdle sec Garten Manual Tr ^ Shottaught ^ Greencastle^Lawler Thorntown 220 Yard Hurdle sec. DeVol Lebanon ^ Messing ^ Manual Tr^Taylor.^ Greencastle High Jump^ 5 ft. 11 in^ Ivey Rochester ^ Hull Noblesville ^ Jones ^ Fairmount Broad Jump 20 ft in. ^ Miller ^ Rochester^ Carbou ^ Garfield^Garten.^ Manual Tr ^ Pole Vault^ 10 ft. 9 in Garten.^ Manual Tr ^ Robertson^ Atlanta ^ Viant ^ Emerson ^ Jones ^ Fairmount^ Shot Put. ^ 47 ft ^ Williams.^ Sheridan ^ Johnson ^ Thorntown^ Jeffries^ North Salem Mile Relay^ Washington Crawfordsville ^ Lafayette ^ I. H. S. A. A. FIFTEENTH ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET, LAFAYETTE, INDIANA, 1918^ EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yard Dash.^ sec...^ Perkins^ Technical^ Pearcy ^ Kokomo ^ Day ^ Technical ^ 220 Yard Dash^ sec. ^ Perkins Technical ^ Pearcy ^ Kokomo ^ Infange^ Garfield, T. H- 440 Yard Dash.^ sec Morris ^ Bainbridge^ Carlin Noblesville^ Borden^ Peru. ^ Half Mile Run^ 2 min sec.^ Fields Lebanon ^ Collins Shelbyville ^ Bentz ^ Elkhart ^ One 1\41e Run^ 4 min sec^ Trotter^ North Salem^ Turner^ Crawfordsville Bruce^ Crown Point 120 Yard Hurdle ^162-5 sec Garten ^ Manual ^ Ivey ^ Rochester ^ Patterson^ Crawfordsville 220 Yard Hurdle sec. ^ Garten ^ Manual^ Mcllvaine ^ Technical ^ Gogley ^ Emerson, Gary High Jump^ 5 ft. 9 in Ivey ^ Rochester^ Pence ^ Columbia City.. Juday^ Geneva^ Haase Martinsville... Broad Jump 20 ft in Ivey Rochester ^ Garten ^ Manual Tr ^ Knee ^ Wabash ^ Pole Vault 10 ft. 3 in Edwards ^ Bedford Striker ^ Geneva ^ Wild... ^ Noblesville ^ Whitmer ^ Rochester ^ Shot Put 44 ft. 11 in ^ Stewart Roachdale ^ Morris^,Bainbridge ^ O'Connor... ^ Manual Tr ^ Mile Relay.^ 3 min 42 sec..^ Crawfordsville ^ Anderson ^ Plymouth ^
133 ^ I. H. S. A. A. SIXTEETH ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET RICHMOND, INDIANA EVENT^ RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yd. Dash sec. ^ Knee ^ Wabash^Day ^ Technical.. Dinwiddil... Crawf'dsv'le 220 Yd. Dash 24 sec. Dinwiddil Crawf'dsville Knee ^ Wabash^Day ^ Technical Yd. Dash sec. ^ M. Kennedy. Crawf'dsville Jackson^Lafayette^Emslie ^ Richmond.. Half Mile Run 2 min sec. easier ^ Noblesville^Engeman^Winslow^Dalton ^.!Bedford... One Mile Run 4 min sec Dalton ^ Bedford^Katon ^ Tipton ^ Denton ^ Brownsburg 120 Yd. Hurdle sec. ^ Patterson^Crawf'dsv'le Haase ^ Martinsville Anderson... ;Elkhart Yd. Hurdle 28 sec. ^ Messing^Manual Tr.^Haase ^ Martinsville McCaffrey^ Peru ^. High Jump 5 ft in.... Juday ^ Geneva^Hull ^ Noblesville^ Baker ^ Wash. Center Broad Jump 20 ft. 91/2 in.... Daugherty.. Dana ^ Van Arsdall Greenwood^ May ^ Bloomington Pole Vault ^ 11 ft. 1 in. ^ C. Smith^Rushville^Harmison^Manual Tr.,Elting ^ Crown Point Shot Put ^ 43 ft in.^ Stewart^Roachdale Morris Bainbridge R. O'Connor Manual Tr.. Mile Relay ^ 3 min sec ^ Crawf'dsv'le I. H. S. A. A. SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET, LAFAYETTE,INDIANA, EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yd. Dash sec. ^ Williams^Washington Whitney^Manual ^ Cearing Hammond Yd. Dash sec.... Gray ^ Technical^Curry ^ Brazil ^ Cearing^Hammond Yd. Dash.. 54 sec. ^ Thompson^South Bend Hamling^Delphi ^ Burns Washington. Half Mile Run.. 2 min sec.. Julius ^ Anderson^Gardner^Manual ^Conover ^Fairfield... One Mile Run.. 4 min sec.. Phillips... Rushville... Werner ^ Tipton^Regan ^ Frankfort Yd. Hurdle sec. ^ Dunleavy^Gary ^ Hay ^ Technical... Griggs...Technical Yd. Hurdle. 27 sec. ^ Marks ^ Wabash^Whitney^Manual ^ Clover ^ Noblesville.. High Jump... 5 ft. 8 in. ^ *Evans ^ Brazil ^ Baker ^ 'Wash. Center De Motte^ Manual^ Broad Jump ft. 3 in. ^ McCoy^Wash Center Smith ^ Noblesville^South Martinsville role Vault ^ 10 ft in... Harmeson... Manual..... *Lorber..... Columbia Cty *Higgins Lebanon.... Marks ^ Wabash^Smith ^ Noblesville.. Shot Put ^ 43 ft. 71/2 in.^ Butler ^ Wabash...Kolb ^ Patoka^Rosborg... Rochester Mile Relay ^ 3 min 40-2 sec.. ^ Technical^1 ^ Frankfort Warsaw *Tied.
134 ^ I. H. S. A. A. EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET, FRANKLIN, INDIANA, EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD SCHOOL 100 Yd. Dash sec. ^, Gray ^ Technical^Lamb ^ Garfield..... Stamates... Warsaw Yd. Dash 23 sec. ^ Gray ^ Technical^Summers Manual ^ Sabo ^ South Bend sec. 440 Yd. Dash ^ Stamates^Warsaw^Hameson Manual ^ Marks ^ Wabash sec. ^ Evans ^ Elkhart^Anderson^ Wabash^Sotich ^ Shortridge.. Half Mile Run.. 2 min sec. Spradling... Frankfort... Koetler Bedford^Cox ^ Plymouth... 2 min sec. Gardner^Manual ^ Wible Bedford Wagner Elkhart One Mile Run 4 min sec. Phillips Rushville Flink ^ Connersville. Johnson Bloomfield 120 Yd. Hurdle sec. ^ Velsey ^ Technical^ McManee^Wabash^Ross ^ Manual 220 Yd. Hurdle sec. Prout ^ Manual^ Parr Sheridan Dinwiddie Crawf'dsv'le High Jump 6 ft. 1-2 in. ^ Evans ^ Brazil Cramer^Martinsville^Miller ^ Anderson Broad Jump 20 ft in Edwards... Wiley Marks ^ Wabash^Hanneson^Manual ^ Pole Vault ^ 11 ft. 6 in. ^ Miller ^ Anderson ^ Hanneson^Manual ^ Savage ^ Princeton ^ Shot Put ^ 46 ft. 2 In ^ Roseborg^Rochester^'Butler ^ Wabash^Lefton ^ Pine Twp.... Mile Relay ^ 3 min sec. Brazil ^ 3 min sec. Manual
135 ^ TRACK AND FIELD MEET TRACK AND YIELD MEET REPORT, NOBLESVILLE, IND., MAY 7. EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yd. Dash 10 sec. ^ Laverty^Frankfort^Smith ^ Noblesville^Crowe ^ Lafayette Yd. Dash 22-1 ^ Laverty^Frankfort^Crowe ^ Lafayette... Spradling... Frankfort Yd. Dash 53 sec. ^ Tilton ^ Lafayette^Young^Frankfort... Schwitzer... Crawf'dsv'le Half Mile Run 2:10 ^Spradling^Frankfort^Faucett^Noblesville^Spoon ^ Lafayette... One Mile Run 4:53 ^ Johnson^Frankfort^Cottingham Noblesville^Baugh ^ Lafayette Yd. Hurdle 17-1 Bales^Noblesville^Canine ^ Crawf'dsv'le Lefforge... Frankfort Yd. Hurdle 27-3 ^ 'Leis ^ Noblesville^Bales ^ Noblesville.. Fanning... Frankfort.. High Jump 5-4 ^ Hill ^ Noblesville^Carter ^ Noblesville^Canine ^ Crawf'dsv'le Broad Jump ft. 5 1/2 in... Smith ^ Noblesville^Laverty^Frankfort^Engle ^ Delphi Pole Vault ft. 8 in.... Higgins ^Lebanon... Smith ^ Noblesville^DeVol ^ Lebanon Shot Put ^ 38 ft. 11 1/2 in.^dokes ^ Noblesville.. DeVol ^ Lebanon^Crowe ^ Lafayette... Mile Relay... ^ Lafayette Crawf'dsv'le ^ Delphi ^ Date, May 7. Place, Frankfort. Schools Participating: Crawfordsville, Lebanon, Lafayette, Delphi, Frankfort and Noblesville. Winner, Noblesville. Points, 43 1/2. Second, Frankfort. Points, 29. Third, Lafayette. Points, 11. Individual Champion, Laverty. Points, 13. Referee, Tatlock. Starter, Tatlock. WABASH VALLEY TRACK AND FIELD MEET. EVENT^RECORD WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND SCHOOL THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yd. Dash sec. ^ Chapin ^ Peru ^ Kochend'rf'r Rochester^Eagan ^ Wabash Yd. Dash sec. ^ Chapin ^ Peru ^Frazier ^ 'Wabash ^ Armstrong.. Kokomo Yd. Dash sec. Marks ^ Wabash McIntyre Logansport Anderson Wabash. Half Mile Run 2: Zimmerman Rochester^Grube Logansport.. Radkey... Logansport. One Mile Run 4:55 ^ Johnson^Rochester^. Zimmerman Rochester^Martin ^ Peru ^ 120 Yd. Hurdle 18 sec ^ Marks ^ Wabash.^Brown ^ Peru ^ Jones ^. Rochester Yd. Hurdle 27 sec. ^ Marks ^ Wabash.^Pettit ^ Logansport^McNamee Wabash ^ High Jump 5 ft. 6 in. ^ Morrow... Wabash.... *Murphy Wabash *Morris Kokomo... Broad Jump 20 ft in. ^ Marks ^Wabash^Frazier^Wabash^Brown ^ Peru ^ Pole Vault ^ 10 ft. ^Tones ^ Rochester^Nelson ^ Peru ^ Morrow... Wabash.... Shot Put ^ 45 ft in Roseburg Rochester Butler ^ Wabash^Hall ^ Logansport... Mile Relay 4:32 ^ Marks ^ Wabash^ Brown^Logansport. Rochester Date, May 8, Place, Spencer Park, Logansport. Schools participating, Wabash, Rochester, Peru, Kokomo, Logansport. Winner, Wabash, Points, 41. Second, Rochester. Points, 27. Third, Peru. Points, 17. Individual champion, Marks. Points, 20. Referee, Gorman. Starter, Black.
136 ^ TRACK AND FIELD MEET. EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yd. Dash 10.2 ^ Northam.... Sheridan^. Smith ^. Noblesville^Young ^,Sheridan Yd. Dash 24 ^ Northam^. 'Sheridan^. Howell ^ Noblesville.. Young ^!Sheridan Yd. Dash 55^ Mills ^ Noblesville^Dillon ^ Sheridan.... Godby ^ ^ Yd. Run 2 :13 ^ Fawcett^Noblesville^Nay ^ Sheridan^ Smith ^ Noblesville.. One Mile Run 120 Yd. Hurdle 5:00 ^ Cottingham^Noblesville^Whitmeyer^Noblesville.. Waller ^ Sheridan ^ Wheeler^Noblesville. Baliess ^ Noblesville.. Boone ^,Sheridan Yd. Hurdle 29.1 ^ Geis ^ Noblesville^Parr ^ Sheridan... Gifford..... Westfield.... High Jump^5' 4" ^Bales ^ Noblesville. Carter ^ Noblesville.. Kirkman... Westfield... Broad Jump 21' 1/2" ^ Northam.^Sheridan^. Smith ^ Noblesville^Dokes ^ Noblesville.. Pole Vault ^ 10' ^ Smith ^ Noblesville. Weaver.... Sheridan.... Edwards... Noblesville.. Shot Put ^ 38' 10" ^ Howell Noblesville. Northam.... Sheridan.... Herten..... Westfield.... Relay Race ^ 4:08 Sheridan Noblesville Date, April 16, Place, Westfield. Schools participating: Sheridan, Westfield and Noblesville. Winner, Noblesville. Points, Second, Sherida n. Third, Westfield. Individual Champion, Northam, Sheridan. Points, 15. Referee and starter, Earl Hinshaw. TRACK AND FIELD MEET. EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD^SCHOOL 100 Yd. Dash ^ Smith ^ Noblesville^Northam^Sheridan^Howell ^ Noblesville Yd. Dash... 26sec Northam^. Sheridan^Howell^Noblesville^Young ^ Sheridan Yd. Dash sec. ^ Mills ^ Noblesville^Dillon ^ Sheridan.... Carsons..... Carmel 880 Yd. Run... 2:12^ Faucett^. Noblesville^Nay Sheridan.... Carsons..... Carmel.... One Mile Run.. 5 :10 ^ Cottingham. Noblesville.. Whitmeyer.. Noblesville.. Carsons..... Carmel Yd. Hurdle ^ Bales ^ Noblesville^Wheeler^Noblesville^Parr ^ Sheridan Yd. Hurdle. 30 ^ Parr ^ Sheridan^Bales ^ Noblesville^Zeis ^. Ioblesville.. High Jump ' 4 1/2" ^ Bales ^ Noblesville^Kerr ^ Walnut Grove Hill ^. Noblesville.. Broad,Jump ' 3" ^ Smith ^ Noblesville^Northam^Sheridan^Dokes ^. Noblesville.. Pole Vault ' 6" ^Smith ^ Noblesville^Heiss ^.. Gunning.... Walnut Grove' Shot Put ^ 40 ft. ^ Northam^Sheridan^Howell ^ Noblesville^Carsons ^ Carmel..... Relay Race :06 ^. Noblesville.. ^ Sheridan ^ Walnut Grove ^ Date, April 22, Place, Noblesville. Schools participating :^Carmel, Sheridan, Walnut Grove, Westfield and Noblesville. Winner, Noblesville. Points, 62. Second, Sheridan. Points, 29. Third, Carmel. Points, Individual champion, Northam, Sheridan. Points, 16. Referee and Starter, Heze Clark.
137 GREENSBURG HIGH SCHOOL BASKET BALL TEAM, Standing, left to right: Vanderburg, g; McAllister, coach; Wickens, g; Harlan, c; Woun, f; Wiley, Prin. and coach; Strasburger, f. Sitting: Lines, utility; Meek, f. and captain; Lowe, sub. Reclining: Beck, f; Trester, g.
139 ^ TRACK AND FIELD MEET EVENT^RECORD^WINNER^SCHOOL^SECOND^SCHOOL^THIRD SCHOOL 100 Yd. Dash ^ Hazen ^ Etna Green Yarzel ^ Etna Green Sellers ^ Bourbon Yd. Dash ^ Yazel ^. Etna Green Sellers ^ Bourbon^!Hazen ^,Etna Green. 440 Yd. Dash... 1:01 ^Peterson... Etna Green. Sylvester... Etna Green.'Rettinger Bourbon... Half Mile Run.. 2:17 ^Sylvester... Etna Green Rettenger^Bourbon^Yarzel ^ (Etna Green One Mile Run 5:06 ^ Rettenger... Bourbon^Welsh ^ Bourbon^Towns ^ Etna Green 120 Yd. Hurdle ^ Taylor ^ Etna Green Vanner ^ Bourbon^Sellers ^ Bourbon Yd. Hurdle ^ Hazen ^ Etna Green^Taylor ^ Etna Green Sellers ^ Bourbon... _ High Jump 4' 11" ^ Welsh ^ Bourbon^Vanner^Bourbon^Taylor ^ Etna Green. Broad Jump 18' 8" ^ Vanner ^ Bourbon^Taylor ^ Etna Green Sellers ^ Bourbon.... Pole Vault 9' 6" ^ Peterson Etna Green^Sylvester^Etna Green Sellers ^ Bourbon... Shot Put ^ 46' 6" ^ Vanner ^ Bourbon^Hazen ^ Etna Green Peterson Etna Green. Date, April 22, Place, Bourbon. Schools Participating: Bourbon, Etana Green. Winner, Etna Green. Points, 58. Second, Bourbon. Points, 41. Individual Champion, Vanner. Points, 16. Referee, Ferguson. Starter, Beck,
140 ^ FOOT BALL FOOT BALL GAMES, SEASON 1920, GARRETT. Winning School^Losing School^ Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Garrett Edon ^14-7^Edon ^ Sept. 24 Garrett Convoy ^53-0^Convoy ^Oct. 1. ^ Garrett ^ Defiance ^7-7^Garrett ^ Oct. 16 ^ Garrett Hicksville ^41-13^Hicksville ^ Oct. 22 ^ Warsaw ^ Garrett ^14-10^Warsaw ^ Oct. 29 ^ Garrett Bluffton ^34-0^Garrett ^ Nov 5 ^ Jarrett Bryan ^13-6^Garrett ^ Nov 11 ^ Garrett Hicksville ^20-0^Garrett ^ Nov 25 FOOT BALL GAMES, SEASON OF 1921, LOGANSPORT. Winning School^Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Peru ^ Logansport^0-0^Peru ^ Sept Good ^ King Elwood ^.. Logansport^6-12^Logansport^Oct. 2 ^ Lockhart Rennsalear Logansport 20-6^Renssalear Oct. 9 ^ Good Kirk Kentland ^ Logansport^0-19^Logansport^Oct. 16 ^ Clark Waveland ^ Logansport^0-88^Logansport^Oct. 30 ^ Clark South Bend Logansport 20-6^Logansport.... Nov. 6^ Clark Bluffton ^Logansport^7-14^Bluffton Nov. 13^Good ^ Strum. FOOT BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , MT. VERNON. Winning School^Losing School^Score^Place^Date^ Officials Morganfield, Ky. Mt. Vernon 21-0^Mt. Vernon Oct. 1 ^ Hemny, Ky. St. Boonville ^ Mt. Vernon^25-0^Boonville ^ Oct 8 ^ Good ^ Watt-Princeton Evansville ^ Mt. Vernon^47-6^Evansville ^ Oct. 15 ^ Good ^ Lindsey-Wabash ^ Princeton ^ Mt. Vernon^34-0^Mt. Vernon^Oct. 22 ^ Watt-Princeton. Henderson, Ky Mt. Vernon 47-6^Henderson, Ky. Oct. 29 Good ^ Jenkings-Georgetown
141 ^ FOOT BALL GAMES, SEASON OF 1920, TECHNICAL. Winning School^Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Technical Technical Technical Technical Technical Sheridan Kirklin^ 31-7^Indianapolis^ Oct. 7 ^ New Castle 16-0^New Castle^Oct. 14 ^ Manual ^24-13^Indianapolis^Oct. 29 ^ Noblesville ^106-0^Indianapolis^Nov 4 ^ Shortridge ^7-3^Indianapolis^Nov 23 Technical ^13-7^Sheridan ^. Nov 12 FOOT BALL GAMES, SEASON OF 1920, WABASH. Winning School^Losing School Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Wabash ^ Elwood ^33-0^Elwood ^ Sept. 23 Good ^ Wabash ^ Manual (Ind'p'l's)^28-0^Indianapolis^Oct. 1 ^Good ^ Clark Wabash ^ Peru ^19-0^Peru ^ Oct 8 ^ Good ^ Wabash ^ Elkhart 39-0^Wabash ^ Oct. 13 ^ Yarnelle Wabash ^ Marion^ 35-0^Marion ^ Oct 20 ^ Good ^ Messick Wabash ^ Shortridge ^27-0^Wabash ^ Oct 29 ^ Yarnelle Wabash Kentland 60-0^Kentland ^ Nov 6 ^ Good ^ Wabash ^ Blomfield^19-0^Indianapolis^Nov. 13 Good ^ Davis
142 ^ BASEBALL BASE BALL GAMES, SEASON OF 1921, GARRETT. Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Garrett ^ Auburn ^16-1^Garrett ^May 27 ^ Garrett ^ Angola ^14-6^Garrett ^May 23 ^ Garrett Kendallville^17-4^Kendallville^May 2 ^ Garrett Waterloo ^23-2^Garrett ^May 6 ^ Garrett Salem ^6-1^Garrett ^May 7 ^ Garrett Bluffton ^15-3^Garrett ^May 13 ^ Garrett Fort Wayne^2-1^Garrett ^May 14 ^ Garrett ^ Bluffton ^ 7-3^Bluffton ^ May 20 ^ BASE BALL GAMES, SEASON OF 1921, RIDGEVILLE. Winning School^Losing School^Score^Pace^Date^Treatment^Officials Parker Ridgeville ^8-0^Ridgeville Sept. 9 Daryl Lemaux Ridgeville Spartansburg^11-7^Ridgeville Sept. 20 Lemaux and McFarland Ridgeville Saratoga 9-3^Ridgeville Sept. 23 ^ Lemaux and McFarland Ridgeville^ Spartansburg^5-4^Spartansburg^Sept. 30^Good ^ Moore^. * Moore Parker ^ Ridgeville 7-2^Parker ^ Sept. 14 Good ^ Beachler *Game called between Saratoga and Ridgeville on Oct. 6, Beachler "called" off on account of darkness.
143 ^ BASKET BALL BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , ANDERSON. Winning School^Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Anderson Westfield ^83-14^Anderson^.^Oct. 29 ^ Mattingly Anderson Pendelton ^60-18^Anderson^Nov 3 Dale Miller Anderson Greencastle 42-16^Greencastle..... Nov. 5 Good Craigle Anderson Russellville 54-11^Anderson Nov. 12 ^ Craigle Anderson Kokomo ^32-23^Anderson Nov. 19 Tatlock Anderson Greencastle 44-13^Anderson Nov. 26 ^. Ross Smith Columbus ^47-13^Columbus Dec. 3,^ Good. Ross Smith Anderson^Franklin^ 44-33^Franklin ^ Dec. 7 Good Evans, R.; Gorman, U. Anderson Broad Ripple 53-18^Anderson Dec. 10 ^.,^Jones Anderson Martinsville 60-22^Anderson Dec. 11^ Dale Miller Anderson Bloomington 25-16^Anderson Dec. 17 Craigle Anderson Huntington 37-13^Anderson Dec. 29 ^ Evans Anderson Young America.^63-19^Anderson January 7 Craigle Anderson Bloomington^30-25^Bloomington^Jan. 14^Good^Overman and Lewis Anderson Rochester 39-16^Anderson Jan. 15 ^ Overman Anderson Lebanon ^37-23^Lebanon Jan. 21 ^ Mattingly Franklin ^ Anderson^31-29^Anderson^ Jan. 25 ^ Good Feazle and Craigle Anderson Wabash ^40-22^Wabash Good Barnhart Anderson Kokomo 25-22^Kokomo ^ Feb. 4 ^ Barnhart Anderson Lebanon ^39-34^Anderson Feb. 11 ^ Good Mattingly Rochester ^ Anderson^48-24^Rochester ^ Feb 12 ^ Dale Miller Anderson Wabash ^49-16^Anderson Feb 16 Good Craigle Martinsville Anderson 39-22^Martinsville Feb. 18 ^ Feezle and Chandler Anderson Jefferson ( Laf).^54-26^Anderson Feb. 26 ^ Dale Miller Anderson Pendleton ^38-13^Anderson^. March 4 ^ Stichm and Deakyne Anderson Summitville 41-11^Anderson March 4 ^ Stichm and Deakyne Anderson Lapel ^37-4^Anderson March 5 Stichm and Deakyne Anderson New Palestine.^60-10^Anderson March 5 ^ Stichm and Deakyne Anderson Marion ^32-13^Lafayette ^ March 12^Good Anderson South Bend 29-21^Indianapolis... March 18 Good Abbott and Lambert Anderson Vincennes 37-10^Indianapolis... March 19 Good Lambert and Smith Anderson Muncie ^26-18^Indianapolis March 19 Good Miller and Abbott Franklin Anderson 35-29^Indianapolis March 19 Good Miller and Lambert
144 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , ARCADIA. Winning School^Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Arcadia ^ Ben Davis 20-19^Ben Davis Nov. 11 ^ Good Stevens Pendleton Arcadia ^17-14^Pendleton ^ Nov. 12 Good Overman Arcadia ^ Lapel ^27-18^Arcadia ^ Nov. 23 Rozell Walton ^ Arcadia ^37-15^Walton Good Day Arcadia ^ Westfield ^41-20^Sheridan ^ Nov Good Arcadia ^ Broad Ripple^28-18^Broad Ripple... Jan. 7 ^ Good... Arcadia ^ Ben Davis ^25-19^Arcadia ^ Jan. 8 ^ Frieze Arcadia ^ Windfall ^22-14^Arcadia ^ Dec 21 ^ Frieze Arcadia ^ Tipton ^22-19^Tipton ^ Feb 12 ^ Good McClune Arcadia ^ Walton ^31-26^Arcadia ^ Jan. 24 ^ Frieze Arcadia ^ Fishers 45-17^Sheridan ^ Feb 19 ^ Good Smith Arcadia ^ Westfield 48-24^Sheridan ^ Feb 19 ^ Good Smith Arcadia ^ Westfield 31-19^Arcadia ^ Feb 26 Arcadia ^ Tipton ^23-10^Kokomo ^ March 5 Good Smith Arcadia ^ Howard Twp.^25-8^Kokomo ^ March 5 Good Babb Arcadia ^ Windfall 24-13^Kokomo ^ March 5 Good Smith Walton ^ Arcadia 24-21^Lafayette ^ March Good Smith
145 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , BROOK. Winning School^Losing School^Score^Place ^Date^Treatment^Officials Brook Winamac ^21-8^Brook Oct. 15 ^ Leo Changnon New Richmond Brook 22-11^New Richmond^Oct. 22 ^Clearwater Ladoga ^ Brook^ 29-12^Ladoga, ^ Oct. 23 ^ Good ^ Goodbar Pine Village Brook^ 26-12^Brook Oct.29 ^ Changnon Crown Point Brook 19-18^Brook Nov. 5 Changnon Lowell ^ Brook^ 25-15^Lowell Nov. 12 Bad Kimmet Brook New Richmond 19-18^Brook Nov. 19 Changnon Wolcott Brook 26-5^Wolcott ^ Nov. 25^Bad ^ Brook Reynolds ^20-17^Brook Nov 27 ^ Bupp Brook Monon ^22-14^Brook Dec 3 ^ Changnon Pine Village Brook^ 20-9^Pine Village Dec 10 ^ Good ^ St. Joe ^ Brook^ 26-22^Collegeville Dec 11 Fair ^ Oxford Brook^ 23-4^Oxford ^ Dec 17^.Good ^ Reed Brook Lowell ^20-16^Brook Jan. 6 ^ Changnon Brook Crown Point^21-18^Crown Point^Jan. 14 ^ Good ^ Brook Oxford ^14-7^Brook^Jan. 21 ^ Changnon Brook Wolcott^ 12-7^Brook Jan. 25 ^ Bupp Whiting ^ Brook^ 19-18^Brook ^ Jan. 29 ^ Changnon Brook ^Iroquois, Ill.^46-9^Brook^Feb 1 ^ Bupp Brook ^Rennselaer 18-14^Brook ^ Feb 4 ^ Changnon Brook ^St. Joe ^23-11^Brook ^ Feb 11 Changnon Brook ^Kentland ^29-11^Kentland Feb 16 ^ Good ^ Changnon Brook ^Medaryville^51-9^Brook ^ Feb 18 ^ Changnon Rensslaer ^ Brook^ 27-21^Rensselaer^Feb 25 ^ Good ^ Lang Brook ^ East Chicago^31-14^Gary ^ March 4^Good ^ Barnhart Brook ^Froebel (Gary)^13-11^Gary ^ March 5^Good ^ Halas Emerson (Gary). Brook ^27-6^Gary March 5^Good ^ Halas
146 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , COLUMBUS. Winning School^Losing School^Score^Vince^Date^Treatment^Officials Columbus ^ Fairland ^22-11^Columbus ^ Oct. 20 Ross Smith Columbus ^ Hope ^19-12^Columbus ^ Oct. 27 ^ Ross Smith Columbus ^ Greensburg^23-7^Columbus ^ Nov 5 ^ Ross Smith Columbus ^ North Vernon 43-6^Seymour ^ Nov 12 ^ Tatlock Columbus ^ Seymour ^25-23^Columbus ^ Nov 19^Good ^ Esarey Franklin ^ Columbus ^41-17^Greensburg^Nov 24 ^ Ross Smith Greensburg Columbus ^23-17^Columbus ^ Nov 26^Good ^ Benny Evans Anderson ^ Columbus ^43-15^Indianapolis^Dec. 3 ^ Ross Smith Manual Tr. Columbus ^21-9^Columbus ^ Dec. 4 ^ Good ^ Ross Smith Rushville ^ Columbus ^29-15^Columbus ^ 'Dec. 10 ^ Benny Evans Technical ^ Columbus ^26-17^Franklin ^ Dec. 17 ^ Overman Franklin Columbus ^54-8^Columbus ^ Dec. 18^Good ^ Craigle Columbus Madison ^65-22^Columbus ^ Dec. 30. ^ Ragsdale Columbus Vallonia ^41-20^Rushville ^ Jan. 8 ^ John Miller Rushville ^ Columbus ^33-7^Columbus Jan. 21 ^ Good ^ Benny Evans Columbus Connersville^37-16^Columbus Jan. 22 ^ Benny Evans Columbus Jefferson (Laf.).^30-20^Columbus Jan. 28 ^ Bacon Lebanon ^ Columbus ^35-26^Columbus Jan. 29 ^ Tatlock Columbus Hartford City^50-21^Columbus Feb. 4 ^ Dale Miller Columbus New Castle^45-20^North Vernon^Feb. 5 ^ Craigle Columbus North Vernon^52-16^Columbus Feb. 11 ^ Good ^ Shannon Columbus Seymour ^40-22^Columbus Feb. 12 ^ Benny Evans Columbus Hanover College^38-27^Columbus Feb. 16 ^ Dale Miller Columbus ^ Richmond ^47-22^Columbus Feb. 18 ^ Frohman Columbus ^ Shelbyville ^20-14^Columbus Feb. 25 ^ Benny Evans Columbus ^ Hope ^48-4^Columbus ^ March 4 J. E. Edwards Columbus Aurora ^15-8^Columbus ^ March 5 C. E. Steward Columbus Madison ^39-16^Columbus ^ March 5 J. E Edwards Columbus North Vernon^56-16^Columbus ^ March 5 C. E. Steward Bloomington Columbus ^20-18^Bloomington^March 12^Fair ^ Dale Miller
147 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , CONVERSE Winning School^Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Converse Warren ^54-7^Converse ^ Oct. 15 ^ W. G. Slusher Converse Windfall ^37-22^Converse ^ Oct. 27 ^ W. G. Slusher Converse^Howard Twp..^40-16^ Oct. 29 ^ W. G. Slusher Converse^Jonesboro 42-4^Jonesboro Nov 5 Good ^ Craig Converse Sweetser ^64-14^Converse Nov 10 ^ Jesse Winger Walton Converse ^21-17^Converse Nov. 13 ^Harry Coolman Young America Converse ^51-26^Young America Nov. 19 ^ Good ^ Reed Groninger Converse Jonesboro ^51-0^Converse. ^ Nov. 20 ^ Bryant Converse Bunker Hill^ 24-15^Bunker Hill^Nov. 24 ^ Good ^ Windfall ^ Converse ^50-28^Windfall ^ Dec. 3 ^ Good ^ Carl Scudder Converse ^ Young America^37-35^Converse ^ Dec. 4 ^ W. G. Slusher Converse ^ Swayzee ^67-6^Converse ^ Dec. 10 ^ W. G. Slusher Converse ^ Amboy ^21-21^Converse ^ Dec. 17 ^ W. G. Slusher Converse ^ Sweetser ^52-3^Converse ^ Dec. 24 ^ John DeLaney Converse ^ Upland ^82-5^Upland ^Dec. 29^Good ^ Converse ^ Gas City 56-16^Converse ^ Dec 31 W. G. Slusher Converse ^ Sweetser ^82-8^Converse ^ Jan 7 ^ Clyde Harper Converse ^ Warren ^30-21^Warren ^ Jan. 8 ^ Fair ^ Converse ^ Howard Twp. ^ Howard Twp.^Jan. 14 ^ Good ^ Arbuckle Walton ^ Converse ^27-16^Walton ^ Jan. 15 Excellent Newell C. Day Gaston ^ Converse ^23-22^Matthews ^ Jan. 19 ^ Good ^ Craig Converse ^ Bunker Hill^33-23^Converse ^ Jan. 21 E. C. Carvey Converse ^ Marion ^12-8^Marion ^ Jan. 28 ^ Good ^ Spruce Converse ^Gas City ^42-12^Gas City ^ Feb 1 ^ Good ^ Jay Amboy ^ Converse ^29-10^Amboy ^ Feb 4 ^ Good ^ E. Marott Converse ^ Van Buren ^78-11^Converse ^ Feb. 5 ^E. C. Carvey Converse ^ Lagro ^40-19^Lagro ^ Feb. 8 ^ Excellent Lescter Rahmy Lagro ^Converse ^28-27^Converse ^ Feb 11 ^ E. C. Carvey Converse ^ Upland ^60-3^Converse ^ Feb. 18 E. C. Carvey Converse ^ Gaston ^49-28^Converse ^ Feb. 23 E. C. Carvey Converse ^ Van Buren ^38-12^Van Buren^Feb 23^Good ^ Converse ^ Summerset Converse ^ Feb. 25 E. C. Carvey Converse ^ Medaryville^23-11^Rochester ^ March 4 Mattingly Converse ^ Winamac ^23-6^Rochester ^ March 5 ^ J. D. Arbuckle Converse ^ Kewanna ^23-14^Rochester ^ March 5 ^ Mattingly Rochester ^ Converse ^30-13^Rochester ^ Ma rch 5 ^ Jay
148 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , COVINGTON. Winning School^Losing School^Score Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Ambia ^ Covington 16-15^Covington^.Nov. 12 ^ Good Lykens Covington Veedersburg 20-17^Covington Nov. 19 ^ Good Smith Veedersburg Covington 17-10^Veedersburg Dec. 3 ^ Good Hunt Covington Williamsport 31-8^Williamsport Dec. 10 ^ Good Williams Perrysville ^ Covington 15-12^Covington... Dec Good^... Hunt Covington Hillsboro ^12-11^Waynetown... Dec Good... Songer Covington Mellott ^52-7^Covington... Dec Good... Lykens Covington...Williamsport 68-4^Covington... Jan. 7 ^ Good... Lykens Covington Arabia ^7-3^Ambia ^ Jan. 15 ^ Good... Jackson Perrysville ^ Covington^16-10^Perrysville ^ Jan. 22 ^ Good... Busy Covington Hillsboro ^22-5^Covington... Jan. 28..,.. Good... Songer Wallace ^ Covington^27-24^Wallace ^ Jan. 29 ^ Fair..... Waynetown Covington...^20-13^Waynetown... Feb. 4 ^ Good... Goodbar Covington West Point...^24-19^Covington... Feb. 9 ^ Good...Goodbar Covington Mellott ^28-5^Newtown ^ Feb. 11 ^ Good^ Crumley Covington Wallace ^58-16^Covington^ Feb 18 ^ Good Songer West Point ^ Covington^38-22^West Point^ Feb 19 ^ Good Attica ^Covington^16-14^Attica ^ Feb 25 ^ Good... Brown Covington Sidell (Ill.) 22-8^Covington Feb. 26 ^ Good^ Songer Covington^Freeland Park..^13-8^Attica ^ March 4... Good Sinclair Covington Ambia ^15-13^Attica ^, March 4... Good...Sinclair Covington Attica ^15-10^Attica ^ March 5... Good... Sinclair Pine Village Covington 18-17^Attica ^ March 5^Bad ^ Sinclair
154 ^ REPORT OF BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , FRANK IAN. Winning School^Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Franklin Center Grove 45-19^Franklin Oct. 28 ^ Campbell Franklin Greenwood ^70-4^Franklin^Nov 3 ^ Cook Franklin Spiceland ^59-3^Franklin^Nov. 12 Cook Franklin Hopewell ^76-12^Franklin^Nov. 19 Campbell Franklin Columbus ^41-17^Columbus ^ Nov. 24^Good ^ Smith Anderson Franklin 44-33^Franklin^Dec. 7 ^ Evans Franklin Spiceland ^26-11^Spiceland ^ Dec. 10 ^ Good ^ Tatlock Franklin Technical ^36-20^Indianapolis^Dec. 11 ^ Good ^ Feezle Franklin Martinsville 19-11^Martinsville Dec. 17 ^ Good ^ Thomas Franklin Columbus ^54-8^Franklin Dec. 18 ^ Craigle Franklin Tipton ^33-24^Tipton ^ Dec. 31 ^ Good ^ Mattingly Franklin Bloomington 43-29^Franklin Jan. 8 ^ Feezle Shelbyville Franklin^25-18^Shelbyville ^ Jan. 15 ^ Good ^ Smith Franklin Bedford ^20-16^Bedford ^ Jan. 21 ^ 'Good ^ Bernt. Franklin Anderson ^31-27^Anderson ^ Dec. 25 ^ Good ^ Craigle Lebanon ^ Franklin^ 34-31^Franklin^Dec 28 ^ Evans Franklin^C rawfordsville^29-25^crawfordsville^feb 4 ^ Good ^ Sinclair Franklin^Gary (Emerson)^28-20^Gary ^ Feb. 6 ^ Good ^ Volz Franklin Shelbyville 34-17^Franklin^Feb 9 ^ Evans Franklin Bedford ^38-17^Franklin^Feb. 12 ^ Tatlock Bloomington Franklin^ 36-36^Bloomington^Feb. 21 ^ Good ^ Franklin Shortridge^41-8^Franklin^Feb. 24 ^ Evans Franklin New Castle ^39-11^New Castle^Feb. 25^Good ^ Edwards
155 ^ BASKET HALL GAMES, SEASON OF , GARRETT GIRLS Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Waterloo Garrett Waterloo Dec. 10 ^ Good ^ Miss Williams Churubusco Garrett 32-9^Churubusco Dec. 17 ^ 'Good ^ Monroeville Garrett 21-19^Monroeville Jan. 1 ^ Good ^ Garrett Butler ^25-4^Garrett Jan. 14 ^ Springer Garrett Churubusco^53-0^Garrett^ Jan. 21 ^ Springer Garrett Monroeville^25-5^Garrett ^ 'Jan. 28 ^ Springer Auburn ^ Garrett^16-15^Garrett ^ Feb. 4 ^ Springer Garrett New Haven^38-8 Garrett Feb. 8 ^ Springer Garrett Kendallville 14-11^Garrett Feb. 19 ^ Springer Garrett Waterloo ^32-8^Garrett Feb. 23 ^ Springer Garrett Butler 19-16^Auburn ^ Feb. 18 ^ Springer Garrett Auburn ^15-5^Butler ^ Feb. 25 ^ Springer Winning School BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON 0 F , GARRETT. BOYS Losing School ^Score ^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Waterloo ^ Garrett^32-20^Waterloo ^ Dec. 10 ^ Good ^ Churubusco^Garrett^ 30-0^Churubusco^Dec. 17^Good ^ Ft. Wayne (C.C.)^ Garrett ^36-25^Ft. Wayne^Dec. 23 ^ Good ^ Columbia City^Garrett^37-7^Columbia City^Dec. 30 ^Good ^ Monroeville Garrett^17-7^Monroeville^Jan 1 ^ Good ^ Bluffton Garrett ^49-29^Garrett ^ Jan 7 ^ Garrett Pleasant Lake^14-6^Pleasant Lake^Jan 8 ^ Good ^ Griffith Garrett Butler 21-13^Garrett ^ Jan. 14 ^ Williams Garrett Avilla ^21-15^Avilla ^ Jan. 17^Good ^ Garrett Churubusco^15-14^Garrett Jan. 21 ^ Williams Monroeville Garrett^26-19^Garrett ^Jan. 28 ^ Angola ^ Garrett ^ 60-6^Angola ^ Feb 2 ^ Good ^ Auburn ^ Garrett ^21-17^Garrett Feb. 4 ^ Cleary Garrett Hudson ^24-23^Garrett ^ Feb 8 Williams Garrett Albion ^35-17^Garrett ^ Feb 11 Williams Angola ^ Garrett^24-22^Garrett Feb. 16 ^Williams Butler ^ Garrett^ 49-25^Butler ^ Feb. 18 ^ Garrett ^ Columbia City^31-12^Garrett ^ Feb. 19 ^ Williams Garrett ^ Waterloo ^22-16^Garrett Feb. 23 ^ Cleary Garrett Avilla ^21-5^Garrett Feb. 19 ^ Williams ^AGarrett Pleasant Lake^ uburn ^ Feb. 26 Auburn ^ Garrett ^20-2^ Auburn ^ Feb. 25 ^ Flint^Garrett^26-23^Auburn^March 4
157 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , HARLAN. Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Harlan ^Kunkle, Ohio.^17-7^Harlan ^Nov 12 ^ Smuts-Priser Harlan ^New Haven^27-9^Harlan ^ Nov 26 ^ Smuts Monroeville Harlan ^14-7^Harlan ^Dec. 2 ^ Goldsmith Harlan ^Kunkle, Ohio^31-8^Kunkle, Ohio^Dec. 10^Good ^ Smuts-Priser Harlan ^ Roanoke ^17-14^Harlan ^Dec. 17 ^ Winters-Priser New Haven Harlan ^28-15^New Haven^Dec. 22 ^ Fair ^ Unknown Harlan Roanoke ^29-15^Harlan^. Jan 14 ^ Smuts Harlan ^ St. Joe ^16-4^Harlan ^Jan. 21 ^ Smuts Harlan ^ Mark Center, O.^32-6^HarLan ^Jan. 27 ^ Schwertz Harlan ^Woodburn ^18-8^Woodburn ^ Jan. 28 ^ Good ^ Henderson-Priser St. Joe ^ Harlan 32-7^St. Joe ^ Feb. 4 ^ Good ^ Nelson Helmer or Salem Center Harlan 8-6^Harlan ^.. Feb. 5 ^ Chapman-Priser Monroeville Harlan 37-14^Monroeville^.. Feb 12 ^ Good ^ Unknown Harlan ^Mark Center, O.^49-4^Sherwood, Ohio Feb. 18 ^ Good ^ Priser Harlan ^Woodburn ^15-4^Harlan ^.. Feb. 26 ^ Henderson-Priser Columbia City Harlan ^21-9^Ft. Wayne ^ March 4^Good ^ Barnhardt
158 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , HOWARD TWP. Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials New London Howard ^24-18^New London Oct. 8 ^ Good ^ Gilbert ^ Windfall ^ Howard ^50-16^Windfall^Oct. 15 ^ Good ^ Scudder Converse ^ Howard ^39-16^Converse ^ Oct. 29 ^ Good ^ Slusher Howard ^ Kokomo 2nd^10-5^Kokomo ^ Nov 6 ^ Morgan Howard ^ Sharpsville ^22-12^Howard ^ Nov. 5 Tharp Howard ^ Union Twp^25-17^Union Twp^. Nov. 12^Good ^ Symons Howard ^ Sharpsville ^16-16^Sharpsville ^ Nov 19^Fair ^ Horton Windfall ^ Howard ^43-11^Howard ^ Nov 24 ^ Lindley Howard ^ West Middleton^63-10^Howard ^ Dec. 3 ^ Turley Howard ^ New London^30-19^Howard ^ Dec. 10 ^ Arbuckle Howard ^ Galveston ^30-28^Galveston ^ Dec. 17 ^ Good ^ McNutt Howard ^ West Middleton^23-4^West Middleton Jan. 26 ^ Good ^ Rowe Howard ^ Forest ^29-17^Howard ^ Dec. 24 ^ Tharp Howard ^ Union Twp.^28-19^Howard ^ Jan. 7 Turley Converse Howard ^35-23^Howard ^ Jan. 14 ^ Arbuckle Howard ^ Greentown ^28-20^Howard ^ Jan. 21 ^ Arbuckle Howard ^ Russiaville ^30-8^Howard ^ Jan. 28 ^ Lindley Howard ^ West Middleton^46-7^Kokomo^Feb 2 ^ Morgan Howard ^ Galveston ^47-8^Howard ^ Feb 5 ^ Lindley Forest ^ Howard ^32-20^Forest ^ Feb 8 ^ Good ^ Late Howard ^ Greentown^24-16^Greentown ^ Feb 11 ^ Good ^ Tharp Howard ^ New London^27-8^Greentown ^ Feb 19 ^ Good ^ Mattingly Greentown^Howard ^28-23^Greentown ^ web 19 ^ Good ^ Mattingly Kokomo 2nd^Howard 28-18^Howard ^ Feb 25 ^ Lindley Howard ^ Sharpsville^17 9^Kokomo ^ March 4 ^ Smith Howard ^ BoxIey ^23-17^Kokomo ^ March 6 ^ Babb Arcadia Howard ^ 26-8^Kokomo ^March 5 ^ Babb
159 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , TECHNICAL, INDIANAPOLIS. Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Fortville ^ Technical ^15-9^Indianapolis Good ^ Mattingly Tipton ^ Technical ^21-12^Tipton ^ Good Schoeneman Shelbyville ^ Technical ^34-12^Shelbyville ^ Good ^ Feezle Franklin ^ Technical ^36-20^Indianapolis ^ Good ^ Overman Technical Columbus ^26-17^Columbus ^ Good ^ Ellington Technical Pendleton ^26-15^Pendleton Good Overman Bloomington Technical ^37-18^Bloomington Good ^ Staggs Logansport Technical ^31-21^Logansport Good ^ Farr Technical Marion ^24-9^Marion ^ Good ^ Reed Technical Advance ^18-14^Brownsburg ^ Good ^ Reed Technical Brownsburg^13 10^Brownsburg ^ Tatlock Technical Bedford ^17-16^Indianapolis Lammers Technical Garfield ^36-14^Terre Haute ^ Lammers Technical Wiley ^48-8^Terre Haute ^ Palmer^ Technical Mooresville 52-6^Mooresville De Kyne Technical Bloomington^36-23^Kokomo ^ Reagan Technical Kokomo ^31-9^Indianapolis ^ Peters Technical Wabash ^23-16^Wabash ^ Good ^ Feezle Martinsville Technical ^45-30^Martinsville Good ^ Page Steele (Day'n O.)^Technical ^16-15^Indianapolis Thorntown ^ Technical ^19-17^Thorntown ^ Good ^ Tatlock Technical ^ Lebanon ^26-22^Lebanon ^ Good... Miller Technical ^ Crawfordsville^21-6^Indianapolis Lambert Technical ^ Lafayette ^26-25^Lafayette ^ Good... Technical ^ Beech Grove^32-11^Indianapolis Technical ^ Valley Mills^18-14^Indianapolis Technical ^ Broad Ripple^26-13^Indianapolis Technical ^ Manual ^19-14^Indianapolis Vincennes ^ Technical ^29-8^Bloomington ^
160 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON or , JEFFERSON (FRANKFORT) Winning School^Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Colfax ^Jefferson 24-7^Colfax ^,Good ^ Jefferson Colfax ^8-6^Jefferson ^ Palmer Jefferson Clark's Hill...^18-6^Clarks Hill ^ Good ^ Jefferson^ Clark's Hill...^27-10^Jefferson Palmer Jefferson Stockwell ^18-9^Stockwell ^ Good ^ Mulberry Jefferson 17-9^Mulberry Bad ^Palmer Jefferson Dayton ^18-8^Jefferson ^ Palmer Jefferson Burlington ^7-6^Jefferson Palmer Jefferson Russiaville^ 32-8^Jefferson Palmer Jefferson Stockwell ^29-15^Jefferson ^ Palmer Mulberry Jefferson ^24-15^Mulberry Good ^ Whitestown Jefferson 16-8^Jefferson Roberts Forest ^ Jefferson^42-18^Forest ^ Good ^ Jefferson Perry Central 20-17^Perry Central ^Good ^ Devol Scircleville Jefferson 21-15^Jefferson Palmer Jefferson Michigantown 29-15^Michigantown ^ Good ^ Jefferson Forest ^18-13^Jefferson ^ Palmer Jefferson Perry Central 20-14^Jefferson ^ Burlington Jefferson^15-10^Burlington ^ Fair ^ Cutler ^Jefferson^39-10^Cutler Good ^
162 ^ BASSET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , MILAN Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Holton ^ Milan ^18-9^Holton ^ Sept. 24 Bad McClure and Smith Milan ^ Moores Hill 35-13^Milan ^ Oct. 8 ^ Smith Milan ^ Napoleon ^38-10^Napoleon ^ Oct. 15 ^ Good ^ Smith Milan ^ Holton ^2-0^Milan ^ Oct. 19 ^ Borgman Milan ^ Rising Sun ^44-13^Rising Sun^Nov. 5 ^ Good ^ Aurora ^ Milan^ 31-15^Aurora ^ Nov. 12^Good ^ Borgman Milan ^ Osgood ^.^29-9^Milan ^ Nov. 19 ^ Bishop and Smith Milan ^ Lawrenceburg.^24-15^Lawrenceburg^Nov. 26 ^ Good Versailles ^ Milan ^10-8^Milan ^ Nov. 27 Hunter and Smith Milan ^ Batesville^20-14^Batesville ^ Dec. 3 ^ Fair Osgood ^ Milan ^16-15^Osgood ^ Dec. 10 ^ Fair^ Finkenbinder & Smith Versailles ^ Milan ^22-9^Versailles ^ Dec. 17 ^ Good Hunter and Smith Milan ^ Lawrenceburg^44-19^Milan ^ Dec. 24 ^ Patriot ^ Milan ^14-13^Aurora ^ Dec. 27 ^ Good ^ Snow Milan ^ Vernon ^32-16^Milan ^ Dec. 31 ^ Hartwell and Smith Milan ^ Rising Sun ^2-0^Milan ^ Jan. 7 ^ Milan ^ Napoleon ^55-11 Milan ^ Jan. 7 ^ Vevay ^Milan ^20-11^Vevay ^ Jan. 14 ^ Good ^ Ebbinghous Milan ^ Batesville ^20-6^Milan ^ Jan. 21 ^ Smith Vernon ^ Milan ^31-13^Vernon ^ Jan. 26 ^ Good ^ Hartwell Aurora ^ Milan ^50-24^Milan ^ Jan. 29 ^ Finkenbinder Patriot ^ Milan ^24-20^Milan ^ Feb 4 Kohlmier Milan ^ Ludlow, Ky^18-12^Milan ^ Feb 11 Smith M oores Hill Mil an ^21-9^Moores Hill^Feb. 18.^Good ^ Vevay ^Milan ^28-12^Milan ^ Feb. 25 ^ Auerswald Milan ^ Versailles ^21-17^Milan ^ Feb. 28 Borgman Milan ^ Moores Hill^17-15^Columbus ^ March 5 ^ Milan ^ Newburn ^10-6^Columbus ^ March 6 ^ N. Vernon ^ Milan ^17-9^Columbus March 6 ^
163 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , MILROY Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Milroy Sandusky ^19-14^Milroy ^ Nov. 1 Case Milroy ^ Brookville ^42-22^Brookville ^ Nov 5 ^ Good. Priest Milroy ^ Liberty ^22-14^Liberty ^ Nov 12 ^ Good ^ Parker Milroy ^ Westport ^56-15^Milroy ^ Nov 19 ^ C. Richey Milroy ^ Arlington ^98-16^Milroy Nov 19 ^.^C. Richey Milroy ^ Rushville ^35-19^Milroy ^ Nov 24 Miller Milroy ^ Fairview ^25-17^Falmouth ^ Nov 26^Good ^ Thorpe Milroy ^ Manilla ^30-5^Milroy ^ Dec. 3 ^ Miller Milroy ^ Brookville ^116-7^Milroy ^ Dec. 10 ^ Miller Rushville ^ Milroy ^17-8^Rushville ^ Dec. 22 ^ Fair ^ Evans Milroy ^ Greensburg^26-24^Greensburg^Dec. 24 ^ Good ^ Eckel Milroy^Fortville ^36-12^Milroy ^ Dec. 28 ^ Case Milroy ^ Hartford City^28-18*^Hartford City^Dec. 31 ^ Good ^ Gilbert Milroy ^ Morristown^68-18^Milroy ^ Jan. 7 ^Miller Greensburg Milroy ^23-22^Greensburg^... Jan. 14 ^ Good ^ Evans-Case Milroy ^ Fairview ^46-19^Milroy ^ Jan. 21 ^ Thorpe Milroy ^ Liberty ^45-22^Milroy ^ Feb 4 ^ Miller Milroy ^ Moscow^ 60-19^Milroy ^ Jan. 29 ^ Staggs-Miller Milroy ^ Letts ^38-9^Milroy ^ Jan 29 ^ Staggs-Miller Milroy ^ Sandusky ^28-23^Milroy ^ Jan. 29 ^ Staggs Milroy ^ Hartford City^35-20^Milroy ^ Feb 5 ^ Staggs Milroy ^ Greensburg^34-5^Greensburg^Feb 11 ^ Good ^ Deakyne Milroy ^ Carthage ^36-22 Carthage^Feb 12 ^ Good ^ Parker Milroy ^ Morristown^25-14^Carthage^Feb 12 ^ Good ^ Parker Milroy ^ Sandusky ^35-24^Carthage^Feb 12 ^ Good ^ Parker Milroy ^ Sandusky ^47-32^Milroy ^ Feb. 18 ^ Richey Milroy ^ Summitville^32-25^Milroy ^ Feb 25 ^ McClung Milroy ^ Laurel ^44-0^Rushville ^ March 3^Good ^ Busenburg Rushville ^. Milroy ^18-16^Rushville ^ March 3^. Good ^ Busenburg
164 ^ MONROE Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Monroe ^ Kirkland Twp.^30-10^Kirkland ^ Nov. 10^Good ^ Hogg Monroe ^ Kirkland Twp..^77-14^Monroe ^ Nov 17^Good^ Hogg Tocsin ^ Monroe ^28-20^Tocsin ^ Nov 19 ^ Good ^ Jones Monroe ^ Geneva ^19-5^Geneva ^ Nov 26^Good ^ Bean Monroe ^ Berne ^56-25^Berne ^ Dec. 3 ^ Good ^ Miller Monroe ^ Pierceton ^25-12^Pierceton ^ Dec. 4 ^ Good ^ Glant Monroe ^ Ossian ^26-20^Ossian ^ Nov 19 ^ Good ^ Brunegraff Monroe ^ Tocsin ^50-15^Monroe ^ Dec. 8 ^ Oliver Monroe ^ Monroeville 33-11^Monroeville Dec. 10 ^ Good ^ Monroe ^ Bryant ^40-26^Monroe ^ Dec. 14^ Mattar Monroe ^ Monroeville 52-10^Monroe ^ Dec. 22^ Oliver Monroe ^ Bryant ^42-23^Bryant ^ Jan. 1 ^ Good ^ Mattar Monroe ^ Ft. Wayne ^28-13^Ft. Wayne ^ Jan. 7 ^ Good ^ Johnson Monroe ^ Hartford Twp..^34-17^Hartford Jan. 14 ^ Good ^ Windmiller Monroe ^ Hartford Twp..^43-30^Monroe Jan. 21 Geneva ^Liddy Monroe ^20-18^Monroe Jan. 28 ^ Oliver Monroe ^ Decatur 57-10^Monroe ^ Feb. 1 ^ Mattar Monroe ^ Berne ^142 2^Monroe ^ Feb. 11 ^ Murch Decatur Monroe ^23-19^Decatur ^. Feb 15^ Monroe ^Ft. Cleary Wayne ^60-22^M onroe ^ Feb. 25 ^ Oliver Sectional Monroe ^ Warren Monroe ^ Geneva^ Monroe ^ Liberty Center Monroe ^ Bluffton 2-0^Bluffton ^ March 4^Good ^ Braeselle 20-9^Bluffton March 5^Good ^ Gilbert 17-16^Bluffton March 5^Good ^ Braeselle ^22-13^Bluffton March 5^Good ^ Gilbert-Biraeselle Regional Jefferson (Lafay.)^ Monroe ^20-16^Lafayette ^ March 12 Fair ^ Peggy-Lambert
165 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , MONTMORENCI Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Montmorenci Wea ^94-7^Montmorenci Nov 5 ^ Heinmiller W. Lafayette Montmorenci 9-42^W. Lafayette Nov. 12 Good ^ Doane Montmorenci Ambia ^60-7^Montmorenci^Nov. 24 Jackson Montmorenci Dayton ^25-14^Lafayette ^ Nov. 27^Good ^ Lambert Montmorenci W. Point ^18-17^W. Point ^ Dec 17 ^ Good ^ Sharpe Montmorenci Wolcott ^22-16^Wolcott ^ Dec 28 ^ Logansport Montmorenci 32-29^Logansport Dec. 31 ^ Good ^ Arbuckle Montmorenci Jackson Twp...^25-22^Jackson Twp Jan. 12 Good ^ Hurley Montmorenci Monitor ^48-11^Montmorenci^Jan. 14 ^ Good ^ Heinmiller Jefferson ^ Montmorenci^28-17^Montmorenci^ Jan. 15 ^ Gardner Battle Ground Montmorenci 30-33^Battle Ground Jan. 21 ^ Good ^ Morehouse Montmorenci Monitor ^44-5^Monitor Jan 28 ^ Good ^ Adams Montmorenci Ramney ^29-26^Ramney Jan. 29^. Good ^ Morehouse Ramney ^ Montmorenci^21-23^Montmorenci Feb 4 ^ Morehouse Montmorenci W. Point ^38-12^Montmorenci Feb 12 ^ Heinmiller Montmorenci Battle Ground 45-20^Montmorenci Feb. 15 ^ Neal Montmorenci Otterbein ^46-8^Montmorenci Feb 16 ^ Neal Montmorenci Ambia ^28-4^Ambia ^ Feb. 18 Good Clenett Montmorenci Jackson 36-20^Montmorenci^ Feb 22 Hurley Otterbein Montmorenci^18-21^Otterbein ^ Feb 28^Good ^ Doane
167 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , PINE VILLAGE Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Battle Ground Pine Village 15-12^Pine Village Oct. 8 Albert Battle Ground Pine Village 23-18^Battle Ground Oct. 12 ^ Otterbein ^ Pine Village 24-18^Otterbein Oct 15 ^ Pine Village Brook ^26-12^Brook ^ 'Oct 29 ^ Pine Village Oxford ^24-12^Oxford ^ Nov. 5 ^ Pine Village Otterbein ^23-4^Pine Village Nov. 13 ^ Albert Jackson ^ Pine Village 27-21^Pine Village Nov. 19 Pine Village ^ Oxford ^22-9^Pine Village Nov. 23 Albert Pine Village Boswell ^52-12^Boswell ^ Dec. 3 ^ Pine Village Brook ^20-19^Pine Village Dec. 10 ^ Albert Pine Village Williamsport 52-6^Pine Village Dec. 17 ^ Albert Wingate ^Pine Village^31-11^Wingate ^ Dec. 29 ^ Pine Village Veedersburg 30-27^Veedersburg Dec. 31 ^ Jefferson ^ Pine Village^25-18^Pine Village Jan. 5 Albert Pine Village Brookston 24-9^Pine Village^Jan. 7 ^ Albert Pine Village Attica ^19-15^Attica ^ Jan 8 ^ West Point Pine Village 20-17^West Point Jan. 14 ^ Jackson ^ Pine Village.^34-29^Jackson ^ Jan. 21 ^ Pine Village Attica ^40-14^Pine Village^Jan. 28 ^ Pine Village Arabia ^19-15^Arabia ^ Feb. 4 ^ Pine Village Boswell ^30-12^Pine Village^Feb. 5 ^ Pine Village West Point 38-12^Pine Village Feb. 11 ^ Brookston Pine Village 50-15^Brookston Feb. 18 ^ Pine Village Ambia. ^29-5^Pine Village^Feb. 25 ^
168 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , PLEASANTVILLE Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Pleasantville... Paxton ^20-4^Pleasantville ^Good ^ Bedwell Neberry ^Pleasantville^27-20^Pleasantville ^ Fair ^ Pleasantville Paxton ^22-11^Paxton Fair ^ Nelebon Pleasantville^20-19^Pleasantville Fair ^Bedwell Pleasantville Neberry ^12-9^Neberry ^ Bad ^ Nelebon ^ Pleasantville^30-10^Nelebon ^ Fair ^ Freelandville Pleasantville...^34-8^Pleasantville Good ^ Bedwell Freelandville Pleasantville...^14-11^Freelandville Good ^ Fox Pleasantville Midland ^25-8^Pleasantville Fair ^ Bedwell Pleasantville Midland ^16-7^Midland ^ Fair ^Ashcraft Pleasantville Sandborn 25-8^Pleasantville ^ Fair ^ Bedwell Pleasantville^Sandborn 12-10^Sandborn ^ Fair ^ Pleasantville Dugger ^40-5^Pleasantville ^ Fair ^Bedwell Pleasantville Linton ^15-9^Pleasantville ^ Fair ^ Bedwell Pleasantville Carlisle^ 14-4^Carlisle ^ Fair ^ Pleasantville Linton ^12-11^Linton ^ Fair ^ Humphrey Fairbanks ^ Pleasantville^18-12^Pleasantville ^ Good ^.Bedwell BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , SCOTLAND Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Owensburg Scotland ^22-20^Scotland ^ Oct. 1 ^ Roberts and Combs Scotland ^ Burns City ^22-16^Scotland ^ Oct. 8 ^ Stone Scotland ^ Switz City^28-14^Switz City^Oct. 15 ^ Good ^ Stone Scotland ^ Marco ^19-10^Marco ^ Oct. 29 ^ Good ^ Stone Scotland Burns City ^18-6^Burns City ^ Nov 10^Good ^ Stone Loogootee Scotland^ ^22-12^Loogootee ^ Nov. 12^Good ^ Doyle and Stone Scotland ^ Owensburg ^13-1^Owensburg ^ Nov. 17^Good ^ Laughlin and Combs Scotland ^Marco ^20-2^Scotland ^ Nov. 24 Stone Elnora ^ Scotland ^19-7^Elnora ^ Dec. 3 ^ Good ^ Neff and Stone Midland Scotland ^13-5^Midland ^ Dec. 24 ^ Good ^ Ashcraft Freedom Scotland ^39-14^Freedom ^ Dec. 31 ^ Good ^ Scotland Linton ^14-8^Linton ^ Jan. 7 ^ Good ^ Humphreys Odon ^ Scotland ^17-14^Elnora ^ Jan. 22 ^ Good ^ Scotland Owensburg ^20-13^Scotland ^ Jan. 29 Laughlin Scotland^ Switz City 11-8^Bloomington March 4 Good ^ Lambert Scotland^Owensburg^8-7^Bloomington^March 5^Good ^ Lambert Bloomington... Scotland ^54- C^Bloomington^March 5^Good ^ Head
169 WAVELAND HIGH SCHOOL FOOT BALL TEAM Captain Rieter, Davies, Moore, Hostettler, Fickenworth, Myers, Payton, Holland, Tucker, Shanks, Long, Moser, Durham, Carmine, Stewart, Dietrich and Coach Gerricks.
171 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , POSEYVILLE Winning School Losing School Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials New Harmony Poseyville 28-21^Poseyville Oct. 8 ^ Champ Union Poseyville^ 62-12^Poseyville Oct. 15 ^ Heldt New Harmony.. Poseyville 23-13^New Harmony.. Oct. 26 ^ Fair ^ Kimerling Smithville... Poseyville...^62-9^Smithville... Oct. 29 ^ Good ^ Oolitic ^ Poseyville^44-8^Oolitic ^ Oct. 30^Good ^ Poseyville.... Patoka ^16-43^Poseyville... Nov. 5 ^ Hammond Hazleton ^ Poseyville 27-15^Poseyville... Nov. 12 Hammond Poseyville.... Spurgeon ^ 18-24^Poseyville... Nov. 19 ^ Hammond Poseyville... Stewartsvlile 18-30^Poseyville... Nov. 19 ^ Hammond Poseyville Otwell ^21-26^Poseyville... Nov. 20 ^ Hammond Poseyville... Patoka ^ 23-27^Patoka ^, Dec 10 ^ Good ^ Heldt Poseyville Cynthiana ^12-19^Poseyville... Dec 17 ^ Horne Owensville Poseyville 29-21^Poseyville... Dec. 18 Horne Poseyville Mt. Vernon 17-36^Poseyville... Dec. 23 ^ Bergess Winslow Poseyville 41-24^Poseyville... Jan 7 ^ Bergess Poseyville Greyville, Ill....^13-37^Poseyville... Jan. 14 Horne Owensville ^ Poseyville^21-11^Owensville ^ Jan. 21 ^ Good ^ Bergess Pierceton Poseyville 39-12^Pierceton ^. Feb 4 Good ^ Heldt Poseyville... Y. J. Rutz H. S.^7-20^Evansville ^ Feb 11 ^ Fair ^ Grayville ^ Poseyville^ 26-18^Greyville ^ Feb. 10 ^ Good ^ Poseyville... Stewartsville 11-60^Stewartsville... Feb. 24 ^ Good ^ King Mt. Vernon... Poseyville 39-26^Mt. Vernon... Feb. 25 Kinchloe Poseyville... Rockport ^8-81^Poseyville^. Feb. 26 ^ Horne Poseyville... Velpen 25-26^Poseyville... Feb. 19 ^ Bergess
172 ^ BASK ET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , RUSHVILLE Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Rushville ^ Arlington^33-5^Rushville ^ Oct. 8 ^ Baldwin Rushville ^ Fairview ^29-9^Rushville ^ Oct. 15 ^ Black Rushville ^ Fairview ^21-12^Fairview ^ Oct. 20 ^ Good ^ Pitts Valley Mills Rushville^21-14^Rushville ^ Oct 29 ^ Smith Rushville ^ Cambridge City^35-7^Rushville ^ Nov. 5 ^ Evans Rushville ^ Greensburg 22-15^Rushville ^ Nov. 12 ^ Evans Rushville ^ Spiceland ^30-16^Spiceland ^ Nov 19 ^ Good ^ Logan Milroy ^ Rushville^ 35-19^Milroy ^ Nov 24 Good ^ Miller Connersville Rushville ^15-13^Rushville ^ Nov. 26 ^ Crandall Rushville ^ Spiceland ^50-9^Rushville ^ Dec. 3 ^ Babb Rushville ^ Columbus ^25-15^Columbus ^ Dec. 10 ^ Good ^ Evans Shelbyville ^ Rushville ^35-15^Rushville ^ Dec. 17 ^ Evans Rushville ^ Milroy ^18-17^Rushville ^ Dec. 22 ^ Evans Rushville ^ Now Castle^28-21^New Castle ^ Dec 24 ^ Good ^ Schoeneman Rushville ^ Liberty ^29-17^Liberty ^ Dec 31 ^ Good ^ Parker Rushville ^ Liberty ^38-14^Rushville ^ Jan. 7 ^ Evans Rushville ^ Fortville 26-16^Rushville ^ Jan. 8 ^ Palmer Rushville ^ Carthage ^41-13^Rushville ^ Jan. 17 ^ Tresler Rushville ^ Columbus ^37-7^Rushville ^ Jan. 21 ^ Evans Rushville Connersville^35-28^Connersville^Jan. 28 ^Good ^Head Rushville ^ New Castle^32-19^Rushville ^ Feb 4 ^ Evans Shelbyville Rushville^40-23^Shelbyville Feb 11 ^ Good ^ Evans Rushville ^ Raleigh 30-6^Rushville ^ Feb 19 ^ Case Rushville ^ Arlington ^47-8^Rüshville ^ Feb 19 ^ Case Rushville ^ Marcilla^ 38-13^Rushville ^ Feb 19 ^ Case Rushville ^ Richmond 30-20^Richmond Feb 25^.. Good ^ Logan Rushville ^ Fairview ^43-16^Rushville ^ Feb. 26 ^ Thorpe Rushville ^ New Salem^52-4^Rushville ^ March 4 Bacon Rushville ^ Milroy ^18-16^Rushville ^ March 4 ^ Bacon Sandusky ^ Rushville ^24-14^Rushville ^ March 5 Bacon
173 ^ SMITHVILLE HIGH SCHOOL RECORD, Winning School Losing School ^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Smithville^Stinesville ^66-1^Stinesville Oct. 3^.. Good ^ G. Adams Smithville Paoli 40-2^SmithvilIe Oct. 11 ^ Leavitt Smithville Paragon 29-7^Smithville Oct. 15 ^ Leavitt Smithville Needmore 26-9^Smithville Oct. 16 ^ Leavitt Smithville Stinesville^29-9^Smithville Oct. 20 ^ Leavitt 9mithville Poseyville ^60-9^Smithville^Oct 29 ^ Leavitt Smithville Lyons ^33-7^Smithville^Nov. 5 ^May Smithville Orleans ^2-0^Smithville^Nov. 6 ^ Leavitt Smithville Mitchell ^36-8^Smithville^Nov. 12 ^ Leavitt Smithville Needmore ^21-15^Needmore ^ Nov. 13 ^ Good ^ Carson Smithville Cloverdale 41-19^Smithville Nov. 19 Leavitt Martinsville Smithville 24-22^Martinsville Nov. 24 Good ^ Smithville West Baden 39-10^Smithville Nov. 26 ^. Adams Smithville ^Oolitic^ 18-16^Smithville^Dec. 3 ^ May Washington Smithville 12-10^Washington Dec. 10 ^ Fair ^ Myers Vincennes ^ Smithville^18-17^Vincennes ^ Dec. 11 ^ Good ^ Kixmiller Bedford ^ Smithville^18-17^Bedford ^ Dec. 17 ^ Good Byrum Vincennes Smithville 23-21^Smithville Dec. 23 ^ Wakefield Lyons Smithville^14-13^Lyons, ^ Dec. 31 ^ Good ^ Wakefield Smithville Spencer ^61-8^Smithville Jan 7 ^ Smithville Sandborn ^45-5^Smithville^Jan. 8^Berndt Smithville Mitchell ^42-7^Mitchell ^Jan. 14 ^ Good ^ Smithville Scottsburg ^46-8^Smithville^Jan. 15 ^ Smithville Cloverdale 22-11^Cloverdale ^ Jan. 19 ^ Good ^ Smithville Paoli ^47-11^Paoli ^ Jan. 21 ^ Good ^ Smithville Morgantown 26-25^Smithville Jan. 22 ^ Smithville Seymour ^21-10^SeMour ^ Jan. 28 ^ Good ^ Scottsburg 13-11^Scottsburg ^ Jan. 29 ^ Good ^ Oolitic ^ Smithville^52-23^Oolitic ^ Feb. 4 ^ Good ^ Smithville West Baden 32-9^West Baden.... Feb. 11 ^ Good ^ Smithville Sandborn ^26-6^Sandborn Feb 18 ^ Good ^ Smithville Heltonville 61-18^Smithville^ Feb 19 ^ Smithville Morgantown 25-10^Morgantown^Feb 24 ^ Good ^ Smithville Marco 71-9^Bloomington^March 4 ^ Good ^ Smithville Freedom ^29-5^Bloomington... March 5^Good ^ Smithville Lyons ^21-5^Bloomington March 5 Bad ^ Bloomington Smithville 11-9^Bloomington March 5 Good ^ Smithville Alumni ^24-20^Smithville^March 30
174 ^ SYRACUSE Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Syracuse Nappanee ^22-4 Oct. 22 Hussey Syracuse Albion ^28-11 Nov. 5 ^ Fair ^Moore Syracuse Etna Green^10-7 Nov 12 ^ Good ^ -Scott Syracuse North Webster^36-8 Nov. 19 Hire Syracuse Milford Nov. 24 Slabaugh Syracuse^Cromwell 23-3 Nov. 26 ^ Good ^ Maggert Syracuse Etna Green Dec 3 Hussey Warsaw Syracuse ^18-16 Dec 8 ^ Good ^ Snodgrass Syracuse^ Pierceton 21-8 Dec 11 ^ Good ^ Coburg Syracuse Atwood ^16-11 Dec 17 Gerard Syracuse Bremen ^16-10 Dec 21 ^ Good ^ Annis Syracuse Milford ^30-25 Dec 23 ^ Good ^ Olds Syracuse Cromwell ^37-4 Dec 31 Hire Syracuse Albion Jan. 7 Hire Nappanee Syracuse ^30-10 Jan. 14 ^ Good ^ McGeath Syracuse Warsaw ^26-6 Jan. 25 A bbett Wolf Lake Syracuse ^32-22 Jan. 28 ^ Good ^ Sack Syracuse North Webster^8-4 Feb. 4 ^ Poor ^ Whitehead Syracuse Bremen ^49-7 Feb. 11 Hire Syracuse Leesburg ^25-13 Feb. 18 ^ Good ^ Smith Syracuse Pierceton ^17-10 Feb 19 ^ Good ^ Smith Syracuse Atwood ^20-13 Feb. 19 ^ Good ^ Smith Syracuse Etna Green Feb. 19 Smith Syracuse Millersburg Feb. 23 ^ Good ^ Whitehead Syracuse Millersburg Feb. 29 ^ Good ^ Miller Syracuse I nwood ^27-8 March 4^Good ^ Ritter Syracuse^Tippecanoe March 4^Good ^ Ritter Syracuse Warsaw 16-9 March 5..^Good ^ Keogan Syracuse Culver March 5... Good ^ Ritter Syracuse Crawfordsville March Good ^ R. Smith Huntington^S yracuse March 18^Good ^ R. Smith Syracuse Alumni ^32-27 March 22 Neff
175 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , VEVAY Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Vevay Rising Sun ^40-16^Rising Sun^Oct. 14 ^ Good ^ Dickason ^Scottsburg^18-6^Scottsburg ^ Oct. 29 ^ Good ^ Shannon-Cotton Vevay^Lawrenceburg^ 41-6^Vevay ^Nov 5 ^ Good ^ Brown Carrolton^Vevay ^16-13^Carrolton ^ Nov 12 ^Poor^Wegener Vevay ^Brownstown^22-16^Vevay ^Nov 13^Good ^Wegener Vevay ^Madison ^35-13^Vevay ^Nov 19 ^ Good ^ Morrow Jeffersonville Vevay ^17-16^Jeffersonville^Nov 22^Good ^ Vevay ^Rising Sun ^83-4^Vevay ^Dec. 3 ^ Good ^ Wegener Vevay ^Scottsburg ^29-17^Vevay ^Dec. 10 ^ Good ^ Wegener Hanover ^ Vevay ^27-13^Hanover ^ Dec. 17^Good ^ Culbertson Vevay ^Carrolton ^24-10^Vevay ^Dec. 22 ^ Good ^ Morrow Vevay ^Milan ^20-11^Vevay ^Jan. 14 ^ Good ^ Ebbinghaus Vevay ^Lawrenceburg^37-21^Lawrenceburg^Jan. 21 ^ Good ^ Allen Madison ^ Vevay ^21-20^Madison ^ Jan. 28 ^ Good ^ Morrow Brownstown Vevay 20-15^Brownstown^Feb. 4 ^ Good ^ ValIonia ^ Vevay ^21-15^Brownstown^Feb. 5 ^ Good ^ Vevay Hanover 23-15^Vevay ^Feb. 11 ^ Good ^ Wegener Versailles Vevay ^21-19^Vevay ^Feb. 12 Good ^ Wegener Vevay ^Patriot ^18-' 6^Vevay ^Feb. 19 ^ Good ^ Wegener Vevay Milan ^28-12^Milan ^ Feb. 26 ^ Good ^ Aurora Vevay ^17-15^Columbus March 6 Good ^
176 ^ BASKETBALL, WALTON Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Walton ^ Arcadia ^37-13^Walton ^ Oct. 15 ^ Good ^ Newell Day Walton ^ Young America^26-16^Walton ^ Oct. 29 ^ Good ^ Newell Day Walton ^ Brookston ^47-15^Walton ^ Nov. 5^Good ^ Newell Day Walton ^ Converse ^21-17^Converse ^ Nov. 13 ^ ^ Walton ^ Amboy ^37-14^Walton ^ Nov. 19^Good ^ Newell Day Walton ^ Burlington ^25-10^Burlington^Nov. 20 ^ ^ Spitler Walton ^ Winamac ^68-7^Walton ^ Nov. 26 ^ Good ^ Newell Day Walton ^ Flora ^33-20^Flora ^ Dec 3 ^ Walton ^ Brookston ^27-8^Brookston^Dec 4^ Good ^ Walton Sharpsville 33-10^Sharpsville Dec. 10 ^ Good ^ Walton ^ Bunker Hill^42-23^Walton^Dec 11 ^ Good ^ Newell Day Walton ^ Jefferson (Lafay.)^ 52-12^Walton ^ Dec 18 ^ Good ^ Newell Day Walton Bringhurst 66-17^Walton ^ Dec 31 ^ Good ^ Newell Day Walton ^ New London^33-14^New London^Tan 1 ^ Good ^ Gilbert Walton Burlington 33-16^Walton ^ Jan. 7^Good ^ Newell Day Walton ^ Amboy 34-7^Amboy ^ Jan. 14 ^ Walton ^ Converse ^25-16^Walton ^ Tan 15 ^ Good ^ Newell Day Young America Walton ^46-22^Young America Jan. 21 ^ Good ^ Day and Spitler Walton ^ Delphi ^53-33^Delphi ^ Jan 22 ^ Good ^ Jackson Walton ^ Flora ^58-24^Walton ^ Jan. 28 ^ Good ^ Newell Day Arcadia ^ Walton ^26-23^Arcadia ^ Jan. 29 ^ Good ^ Miller Walton ^ Logansport^34-27^Logansport^Feb 5 ^ Good ^ Babb and Abbott Walton * ^ Delphi ^39-15^Walton ^ Feb 12 ^ Good ^ Newell Day Walton Bringhurst 61-16^Logansport ^ March 4^Good ^ Walton ^ Logansport 22-18^Logansport ^ March 6 ^ Walton ^ Wolcott 16-6^Logansport^March 6^Good ^ Walton ^ Young America^34-24^Logansport ^ March 6^Good ^ Day Walton ^ Arcadia 24-21^Purdue March 12^Good ^ Smith Rochester Walton ^31-10 Indianapolis^ March 16^Good ^ Miller. *All games between Feb. 12 and March 4 were cancelled due to the death of Captain Hobart Bell.
177 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , WATERLOO Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Ligonier ^ Waterloo^ 10-16^Waterloo Oct. 15 Moore Waterloo Auburn ^9-22^Auburn^Oct. 29 ^ Good ^ Cleary St. Joe Waterloo 15-24^St. Joe Nov. 5 ^ Poor Auburn Waterloo^23-31^Waterloo Nov. 12^Good ^ Cleary Waterloo Ashley 39-17^Waterloo Nov 17 Moore Angola Waterloo 13-31^Angola Nov. 19 Poor ^ Waterloo Angola 28-16^Waterloo^Nov. 24 Cleary Waterloo Pleasant Lake 15-32^Pleasant Lake Nov. 26 Good ^ Bennett Waterloo Hudson 29-20^Waterloo^Dec 3 Scott Waterloo Garrett 29-19^Waterloo Dec 10 ^ Cleary Waterloo Ligonier 18-19^Ligonier ^ Dec 17 ^ Good ^ Sacs Butler ^ Waterloo^21-30^Waterloo^Dec 22^.. ^ Cleary Waterloo Pleasant Lake 5-34^Waterloo Jan 7 Schlink Waterloo St. Joe Waterloo^ Jan 14 ^ Brown Waterloo Salem Pleasant Lake^Jan. 21 ^ Good ^ Willey Waterloo Butler 36-22^ Butler Jan. 28 ^ Good ^ Johnson Waterloo Flint ^31-32 Waterloo Feb 2 ^ Seller
179 WAVELAND HIGH SCHOOL BASKET BALL TEAM Top Row: Subs G. Stewart, F; F. Shanks, 0; G. W. Goerichs, coach; E. Holland, F; J. Gilliland, F. Bottom Row: H. Conner, F; H. Moore, C; T. Moore, G, captain; P. Davies, G; E. Fickenworth, F.
181 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , WHITING Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Whiting Hebron ^91-19^Whiting^Nov. 19 ^ Everts La Porte ^ Whiting^ 19-20^Whiting^Nov. 24 ^ Everts Whiting Lowell ^65-11^Whiting^Dec 3 ^ Veenker Whiting Crown Point 51-9^Whiting Dec. 10 ^ Veen ker Whiting LaPorte ^25-15^La Porte^Dec 17^Good ^ McGeatt Whiting Valparaiso 31-12^Whiting Dec. 22 ^ Veenker Whiting Argos ^62-7^Whiting^Jan 7 ^ Veenker Whiting East Chicago 24-8^Whiting Jan. 14 ^ Veenker Whiting Emerson (Gary).^37-17^Whiting Jan. 21 ^ Joyce Whiting Ladoga ^31-23^Ladoga ^ Jan. 26^Good ^ Goodbar Whiting Lapel ^17-14^Lapel Jan. 28 ^ Good ^ Hale Whiting Brook ^19-18^Brook ^ Jan. 29 ^ Good ^ Changnon Whiting C. S. (Chicago).^56-3^Whiting Feb. 5 ^ Veenker Emerson (Gary). Whiting 12-23^Gary ^ Feb. 11 ^ Good ^ Volz Whiting East Chicago 41-11^East Chicago Feb. 18 ^ Good ^ Kinsel Whiting Froebel (Gary).^24-7^Whiting Feb. 21 ^ Kinsel Whiting Froebel ( Gary).^41-12^Gary ^Feb. 25 ^ Good ^ Volz Whiting Lowell ^19-12^Gary ^March 5^ood ^ Halas Whiting Fair Oaks ^63-9^Gary ^March 5^Good ^ Barnhart Whiting Emerson (Gary).^22-8^Gary ^March 5^Good ^ Barnhart Rochester Whiting^ 16-33^Purdue ^March 12^Good ^Smith
182 ^ BASKET BALL GAMES, SEASON OF , WINCHESTER Winning School Losing School^Score^Place^Date^Treatment^Officials Winchester Spartansburg 14-9^Spartansburg Oct. 29 ^ Allen Dunkirk Winchester 16-11^Winchester Nov. 5 Brown Winchester ^ Parker ^13-8^Winchester Nov. 12 Brown Fountain City Winchester ^25-22^Fountain 'City^Nov. 13 Beall Winchester Spartansburg ^16-3^Winchester Nov. 24 ^ Clark Dunkirk ^ Winchester^26-14^Dunkirk ^ Nov. 26 Hart Winchester Decatur 14-13^Winchester Nov. 19 ^ Brown Winchester Fountain City 13-10^Winchester ^ Dec 3 ^ Brown Gaston Winchester^47-9^Gaston ^ Dec 10 ^ Winchester Parker ^36-7^Parker ^ Dec 17 ^ Winchester Alumni ^17-12^Winchester ^ Jan. 1 ^ Winchester Union City ^19-14^Winchester Jan. 7 ^ Murray Winchester Jefferson ^14-9^Winchester^Jan 12 ^ Gettinger Royerton ^ Winchester^21-5^Winchester ^ Jan. 14 ^ Brown Gaston ^ Winchester ^19-9^Winchester ^ Jan. 21 Brown Ridgeville Winchester ^26-5^Winchester ^ Jan. 28 Pitts Ridgeville Winchester 47-9^Ridgeville Feb. 4 Rinker Winchester ^ Farmland ^15-14^Winchester Feb 5 ^ Warren Farmland ^ Winchester^29-24^Farmland Feb 11 ^ Clark Winchester Jefferson ^ 24-23^Winchester ^ Feb 16 ^ Brown Winchester ^ Union City 27-7^Winchester ^ Feb 18 ^ Murray Winchester Saratoga ^31-23^Winchester ^ Feb. 26 ^ Clark
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Lauderdale Limestone 8 Heavy Damage Jackson Madison Multiple damage reports (EMITS) to infrastructure and/or casualties reported. Colbert Lawrence Franklin Morgan Winston Marion Fayette Walker Etowah No
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2018-2019 STATE DIRECTORY RANDY J. SNELLENBERGER PRESIDENT BE THE REFLECTION OF ELKDOM Randy J. Snellenberger Indiana Elks Association President 2018 2019 Indiana Elks Association, Inc. 2018-2019 State
2017-2018 STATE DIRECTORY DONALD R. RADERSTORF PRESIDENT Indiana Elks Association Donald R. Raderstorf Donna L. Schofield President and First Lady 2017 2018 Indiana Elks Association, Inc. 2017-2018 State
Society of St. Andrew GLEANING AMERICA'S FIELDS'" FEEDING AMERICA'S HUNGRY Hunger Relief Advocate David McCleary Indiana 3096 South Packerton Road Warsaw IN 46580 574-269-1143 email@example.com INDIANA
Church Records Arkansas churches from many denominations Special Collections Ouachita Baptist University NOTE: Mf denotes material stored on microfilm. Allene Baptist Church (Sevier/Little River County):
Ahnentafel of CFA Member #241 Patricia A. Thomas 1. Patricia Anne Thomas (living private) born Aurora, Arapahoe, Colorado, Fitzsimmons, married (1) in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, divorced, John Allen
Archdiocesan Deacons Biographies Anderson, Deacon Bradley 740 West 28th St., Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46208 317-926-3324 Born August 24, 1956. Married June 8, 1974, to Kathy (Cooley) Anderson (3 children).
WYM Monthly Meeting Directory December 2017 The purpose of this directory is to take you where you may never have gone before - to the furthest reaches of Western Yearly Meeting - to experience diversity
1960/61 Class AA - Marion Coliseum (2/24-3/4 Sectional; 3/10-3/11 District) Ontario 62-45 Ontario 47-42 Galion Ontario 02/24/1961 - Marion Coliseum Upper 02/25/1961 - Marion Coliseum 72-70 Marion Harding
First Merchants Bank records MSS.041 This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit May 27, 2015 Describing Archives: A Content Standard Ball State University Archives and Special Collections
Collection # SC 1250 THOMAS B. REDDING LETTERS, 1861-1865; 1892 Collection Information Biographical Sketch Scope and Content Note Contents Calendar Processed by Sydney Stillwell June, 2016 Jessica Smyth
Church Area Association Lname Fname Title Aikman Creek Southwest Area Union McLin Shirley Clerk Alexandria 1st Northeast Area Harmony Deutsch Michael Pastor All Nations Tabernacle Southwest Area Bethel
664 INDIANA HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS PIKE COUNTY I DECEMBER 21, 1816: Formation by statute, effective February 1, 1817. The formation affected Gibson and Perry counties. BOUNDARIES: "Beginning at a point
Safe Sanctuaries Updates and Fruitfulness Report Good afternoon ministry partners, I have attached a brand new Safe Sanctuaries fruitfulness report to provide an update this very important West Ohio Conference
Church of the Brethren Passport Program Self Tour Booklet of the Southern District of Ohio Churches God is moving in our midst. Will you listen anew and afresh to the Spirit-- living out the love of Jesus
Detroit Conference United Methodist Archives Shipman Library Adrian College 110 S. Madison St. Adrian, MI 49221 (517) 265-5161 ext. 4429 / firstname.lastname@example.org Blue Water District Board of Missions
Kentucky Historical Society Historic Marker Applications, 2012-2015 (KCPL 34) Kenton County Public Library Local History & Genealogy Department Covington, KY Finding Aid Created by William T. Stolz December
2011 Indiana Conference Page 5 I. Officers Officers of the Annual Conference RESIDENT AND PRESIDING BISHOP Michael J. Coyner email@example.com EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE BISHOP David V.W. Owen firstname.lastname@example.org
TENTH ANNUAL CATALOGUE OF THE OFFICERS AND STUDENTS OF THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, AND :E=:^oG^-^:fcv :!v :E: OF THE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 1879-80. TERRE HAUTE, IND. INDIANAPOLIS,: DOUGLASS & CARLON, PRINTERS
PRESIDENTIAL GRAVESITES ARE RARELY ELABORATE TOMBS USA Today Newspaper, 11 June 2004 But visiting can flesh out a life: By Gene Sloan, USA Today When Ronald Regan is buried today on a hilltop in Simi Valley,
Collection # SC 3207 REV. WILLIAM M. PRATT DIARY EXTRACTS, CA. 1839 1891 Collection Information Biographical Sketch Scope and Content Note Contents Processed by Aly Caviness January 2017 Manuscript and
MINISTRY & PERSONAL REFERENCES FOR BTG & BILL & JODIE BALLENGER 1. Activation Ministry Center Golden, Colorado Pamela Hughes 303-670-1319 2. Arlington Ave. Church of God Canton, Ohio Webb Parson 330-455-4028
Circular Descriptive of the Wardwell Stone Channeling and Quarrying Machines Issued by the Steam Stone Cutter Company Proprietors of Patents and Sole Manufacturers Rutland, Vermont 1893 The catalog begins:
Connect2Help Food Pantries in Marion County Agency Name Address City State ZipCode Phone Number Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church 414 West Vermont St. Indianapolis IN 46202 (317) 634-7002 Billy's
-Hamlet of Beaver Falls -Hamlet of Belfort -Hamlet of Indian River -Hamlet of Naumburg -Village of Croghan -Beartown -Forest City -French Settlement -Gooville -Jerden (Jordon) Falls -Long Pong -Prussian
INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, INC. YEARBOOK For 1979-1980 School Year YEARBOOK RECORDS OF 1979-80 School Year EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (1979-80) Orvis Burdsall (Chairman), Alexandria-Monroe Robert
Nancy A. Wade (410) 9529100 Nancy.Wade@711.com EXISTING AVAILABLE STORES IN THE MARKET AREA: Includes corporate stores available for franchise and stores of Franchisees who have advised 7Eleven Food Stores
State of Tennessee Department of State Tennessee State Library and Archives 403 Seventh Avenue North Nashville, Tennessee 37243-0312 COLLECTED CHURCH RECORDS OF TENNESSEE ca. 1785-1942 TENNESSEE HISTORICAL
Archdiocesan Deacons Biographies Anderson, Deacon Bradley 1331 E. Hunters Robbins Way, Greensburg, IN 47240 812-663-8427 Born August 24, 1956. Married June 8, 1974, to Kathy (Cooley) Anderson (3 children).
CRAWFORD COUNTY REAL ESTATE The average home cost in Robinson is $66,900 Average 4 bedroom home cost in Robinson: $106,665 Comparative to the national average, Robinson cost of living is 15.50% lower than
The Presbytery of Ohio Valley Minutes of the November 29, 2018 Stated Meeting Mitchell Presbyterian Church Mitchell, Indiana Elder Barbara Ferguson, Moderator The Rev. David Crittenden, Stated Clerk Call
P.O. Box 8622, South Charleston, WV 25303 (Internal Use) Organization Number 2018 MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION & PROFILE Storehouse Member Building Material Member Today s Date: 1. Organization Name Street Address
Westark Area Council 2015-2016 Planning Calendar Hembree Scout Service Center 1401 Old Greenwood Road Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901 (479)782-7244 or Fax (479)782-5825 Springdale (479)750 3033 or Fax (479)751-3807
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Eligible Nonprofit Organizations -- updated 06-17-16 -- Page 1 of 6 Please note: We have worked very hard to have a complete and inclusive list. If you see a problem or have a question, please do not hesitate
South/Central Indiana District Newsletter MARCH 2015 2015 DISTRICT CONFERENCE PLANS ANNOUNCED! Seems like we just finished district conference and it is time to plan for another! On this very cold snow-covered
Descendants of John George Riegel Generation No. 1 1. JOHN GEORGE 6 RIEGEL (ANDREAS 5, DANIEL 4, JOHANNES CORNELIUS 3, JOST 2 RIEGELL, MATTHEIS 1 ) was born 05 Aug 1776 in Berks County, Pennsylvania, and
The New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division 1789-1848 MssCol 3368 Digitization was made possible by a lead gift from The Polonsky Foundation Compiled by Susan P. Waide, 2015 Summary Collector:
VII. Resolutions & Petitions 287 RESOLUTIONS ON MERGERS 1. Resolution on Merger of the St. Andrews with Brick by Brick Ministries and Lexington Korean United Methodist Churches Whereas, the St. Andrews
United Methodist Women of Indiana May 2016 Calendar of Events May 13 Early registration for UMW Jurisdiction June 24-26 UMW North Central Jurisdiction July 19-22 Mission u DePauw Univ., Greencastle July
NW Region - Plan Aging The following map depicts the most current Act 537 official plan ages for the Northwest region (updated 1/1/15) Adams Township Butler 2/4/2010 Plan less than 5 years Albion Borough
TWENTY-FFTH ANNU.il.L CATALOG-UE OF THE ndiana ~tats. Normal ~Ghool. 1893=94. TERR~ HAUTE, ND. NDAXAPOLS : W}f. B. BURFORD, Pl'tiNTER AND BNDER. -1894- CALENDAR FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR 1894-95. SESSON DAYS
The Book of Elijah Elijah Satterwhite was born in North Carolina in 1799 Rebecca Manning Satterwhite wife Elijah was born in Georgia on January 1, 1802 Elijah married Rebecca Manning Satterwhite in Georgia
Collection # M 1237 OM 0614 CT 2354 INDIANA JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY COLLECTION ADDITION, 1855 2016 Collection Information Historical Sketch Scope and Content Note Contents Processed by Alysha Zemanek
Information Sheet R American Sunday-School Union. 565 Field workers record books, 1917-1930. Six folders, photocopies. This collection is available at The State Historical Society of Missouri. If you would
2009 BGMC TOP 100 CHURCHES FOR DIVISION 3 Report Date Time: 2/22/2010 1:19:04 PM Rank Division ST City Name 2009 BGMC Total 3 3 (251-500 Sunday AM) 1 FL Lake Wales First Assembly of God $29,894.00 2 AL
Church Openings General Baptist Pastoral Ministries 100 Stinson Drive Poplar Bluff, Missouri 63901 Association Church/Description Contact Date Posted Central CA Herald General Baptist Church 10/17/18 Bi-Vocational
Westark Area Council 2016-2017 Planning Calendar Hembree Scout Service Center 1401 Old Greenwood Road Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901 (479)782-7244 or Fax (479)782-5825 Springdale (479)750 3033 or Fax (479)751-3807
INDIANA-KENTUCKY SYNOD PULPIT SUPPLY LIST (UPDATED 02/14/2018) Greetings! We re pleased to provide this resource to support your congregation during times when you need a Supply Pastor. Attached is a copy
CENTER FOR CHURCH LEADERSHIP MENTORING Bob Russell Mentoring Ministry Sharpen the Ax Pastors Roundtable TAX/ FINANCE PACKAGE ECFA Church Finance Guide ECFA Ministerial Tax Guide Annual tax seminars Budgeting
BYLAWS OF THE BAPTIST MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION OF MISSOURI Article I Name The name of this corporation shall be the Baptist Missionary Association of Missouri and shall be referred to herein as the Association.
Report to Presbytery Treasurer s Report/Administration Commission/Trustees August 11, 2018 Recommendation to Presbytery: Philip Lotspeich s contract with the Presbytery was set to end on July 31, 2018.
C Colman-Hayter Family Papers, 1839-1900 84.2 linear feet This collection is available at The State Historical Society of Missouri. If you would like more information, please contact us at email@example.com.
Collection # M 0015 OMB 0060 DAVID ENOCH BEEM PAPERS, 1821 1954 (BULK 1821 1923) Collection Information Biographical Sketch Scope and Content Note Box and Folder List Cataloging Information Reprocessed
Generation. CHRISTOPHER THRELKELD was born in 675 in Cumberland, England 2. He died on Feb 0, 70 in Northumberland, Virginia 2. He married Mary??? about 695. She was born in 677 in Northumberland, Virginia
The Presbytery of Ohio Valley Assembly Meeting Minutes Central Presbyterian Church Terre Haute, Indiana September 14, 2013 Rev. Scott Hill, Moderator Rev. Lawrence Jackman, Stated Clerk Call to Order and
Bishop Samuel N Hancock Founder of the PCAF Presided 1957-1963 Bishop Samuel Nathan Hancock was born in 1883 in Adair, Kentucky. He was saved in 1912 in Indianapolis, Indiana, under the ministry of Bishop
NEWS FOR THE ROYAL ARCH CHAPTERS IN INDIANA APRIL, 2015 THE MISSION OF INDIANA ROYAL ARCH MASONRY IS: TO FULFILL THE PROMISE OF KING SOLOMON THAT FUTURE AGES WOULD FIND OUT THE RIGHT. TO PRESERVE THE COMPLETE
The Presbytery of Ohio Valley Minutes of the May 19, 2018, Stated Meeting Eastminster Presbyterian Church Evansville, Indiana Elder Barbara Ferguson, Moderator The Rev. David Crittenden, Stated Clerk Call