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Image from page 128 of "... Debris" (1902)

Identifier: debris00purd_12

Title: ... Debris

Year: 1902 (1900s)

Authors: Purdue University

Subjects: Purdue University College yearbooks Universitites and colleges

Publisher: Indianapolis, Ind. : Press of Baker & Randolph

Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center

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1902 Baseball Squad B A K PURDUEDEBRISI902


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GAIN the honors of state championship rest with our doughty defenders ofbasketball honors during the second~year of the teams existence in Purdue. Confident of the teams ability under Captain Reiman, Manager Curdsought a broader field of work than that offered by the intercollegiatecontests of the Middle West and planned an extended trip into the South asfar as Birmingham. Not finding enough worthy contestants in the collegesalone, the team took on games with the ablest of the Athletic Associationand Y. M. C. A. teams along the route, and while not having an unbrokenrecord of victories as during its first year, the team returned with colors flyingand a record to its credit seldom equaled by even the veteran teams of theolder schools. The high-water mark of the seasons success was reached when the teamdefeated Yales trained and tested warriors by a score that does much to showto the student body that we do have at Purdue a basketball team that does not belong to themediocre. It is only


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