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Image from page 261 of “Purdue debris” (1921)
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Identifier: purduedebris00purd_14
Title: Purdue debris
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Purdue University
Subjects: Purdue University College yearbooks Universities and colleges
Publisher: Lafayette, Ind. : Senior Class of Purdue University
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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y Swimming INTEREST in swimming has been on the indine at Purdue during thepast year and the team which represented the Boilermakers in twodual meets, while not an outstanding team had a few individual starswho won for Purdue her share of laurels. Captain Hamilton and Robertshave proved themselves to be swimmers of no mean ability and won mostof the points credited to Purdue during the season. Purdue lost the first meet, held with Illinois, with a 54-14 score.Roberts annexed the only first place won by Purdue when he out-dis-tanced his opponent in the 200-yd. breast stroke. Coach Clevetts mengave the Illinois natators some real competition but the greater experi-ence of the Sucker team proved to be too much for the Purdue team. Indiana was decisively defeated by the Purdue tank men, 48-20.The Purdue team copped seven firsts, four of which were won by CaptainHamilton. Purdue finished first in the relay and Roberts and E. C.Stoever each took a first place.

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VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM Sitting: A. C. Stoever, Benton, Hamilton, E. C. Stoever.Standing: Clevett (Coach), Roberts, Murphy, Hentzler (Manager).

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Blue Ribbon Baby Contest (MSA)
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Collection Name: Department of Agriculture, Missouri State Fair Collection

Photographer/Studio: Unknown

Description: Governor Guy Park stands between the boy and girl scored highest in the 1933 Blue Ribbon Baby Contest.

Coverage: United States – Missouri – Pettis – Sedalia

Date: 1933

Rights: Copyright is in the public domain.

Credit: Courtesy of Missouri State Archives

Image Number: Box 14

Institution: Missouri State Archives

Image from page 86 of “The Fabricator : New Bedford Textile School yearbook” (1922)
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Identifier: fabricatornewbed1931newb
Title: The Fabricator : New Bedford Textile School yearbook
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: New Bedford Textile School New Bedford State Textile School New Bedford Textile Institute New Bedford Institute of Textiles and Technology New Bedford Institute of Technology
Subjects: New Bedford Textile School New Bedford State Textile School New Bedford Textile Institute New Bedford Institute of Textiles and Technology New Bedford Institute of Technology
Publisher: New Bedford, Mass. : New Bedford Textile School
Contributing Library: Claire T. Carney Library, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries

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(80) 19 3 1 THE FABRICATOR

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SOCCER TEXTILE is again proud to acclaim another highly successful soccer teamthis year. In defeating such teams as Yale Frosh, Brown Frosh, FitchburgNormal, and Durfee Textile the eleven appeared to be as strong, if not stronger,than Techs undefeated team of 28-29. Chief among the millmens triumphsare the two defeats pinned upon our erstwhile rivals, Durfee Textile, markingthe first time that the squad has been victorious over Fall River twice in oneseason. The man who deserves the most credit is our fine coach, Fred Beards-worth, who for the past three years has turned out teams capable of defeat-ing some of the strongest scholastic elevens in this part of the country. On offense and defense this past season the work of the team could notbe excelled. The forward rank sank the ball in the netting 27 times whilethe defense held its opposing elevens to a mere 7 goals. Teamwork was one ofthe main factors in Techs play this year which aided greatly in the scoring.Coach Beardsworth was fo

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