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BY BEBE SMITH
OWLS GET HEP,
The Owl’s baseball team seems
to have found the pep which the
football and the basketball teams
spent their entire season searching
for. Of course, they don’t have the
smooth fielding of the American
League teams but they make up
in pep what they lack in polish.
The fans always receive their
money’s worth because the games
usually last three hours, and, in
some games, longer.
Earl Crowe has proved to be
both a capable manager and a
reliable pitcher. I might add that
we also have a very trustworthy
shortstop, Henry Klutts. (He
hasn’t stolen a base this season!)
We have two ex-legion Jr. stars,
Leland Helms, who plays center-
field, and Bruce Moody our second
The season has been a remark
able one in many ways. What other
team can boast that Robert Parati
played one game for them ? The
thing that worries me is how the
opposing pitcher could distinguish
between Parati and his bat.
The Owls played two good
games against Queen’s Soda Grill.
A former CC student, Weathers
Brooks, pitched for the Soda Grill.
The game with Matthers turned
out to be a track meet with CC
winning by a 24 to 17 score. The
Owls were handicapped in this
game by the absence of third base
man Tom Patterson who was out
with a broken ankle.
All the Owls are batting over
.400 which is something very few
teams can claim.
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Spring football practice has end
ed and I know of 35 boys who
aren’t a bit sorry. A great deal in
the way of fundamentals of foot
ball, plays, and conditioning, was
Coach Faulkner of Harding
High, Coach Carol Hambright of
Tech High, and Coach Beaver of
Oakhurst, did a fine job with the
Twenty students from CC came
out for practice along with fifteen
from the high schools of the city
We leceived the fullest cooper
ation from the Park and Recreation
Commission, who gave the team
complete use of the Armory,
Independence Park, and Freedom
Six letternien from last year’s
squad came out for practice. They
were Harold Hailey, Albert Clark,
Doug Matthews, Ed Wilson, Ted
Thompson and Bob Wylie.
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