The Caddo Herald
February 25, 1916
High School Notes
In a very fast baseball game between the high School and the Allies, the score ended in a tie- 2 and 2 in favor of the 2’s. Batters for High School: Homer and Nail, and for the Allies: Harris, Robinson, and Beaty.
School is being carried on in this beautiful spring weather just as well as ever.
The boys basket ball season has closed, we have had good success this year in athletics so far, we have percentage of 500 in football, 800 in basket ball and expect to have a percentage of 1000 in baseball. Judging from the conditions now, we may have that, for we’ve retained last seasons’ players and expect to have three players that we did not have last season.
We will open the season about the first of March. In the meantime we will have several games with the Allies.
The practice on the play is professing nicely. We expect to put on a pretty good show which will be staged about the last of this month.
The Juniors have organized a debating team which consists of Clarence Dodd, St. Clair Homer, and Luther Rowsey, debaters, with Audra Hipp coach, and challenge the Seniors, for a debate. The debaters for the Seniors are Fred Slack, Dudley Maytubby, and Ellis Smith with Jack Glasscock as coach. The subject will be “Resolved that science has conferred more to the world than religion”. Juniors affirmative, Seniors negative. The debate will be put on about the first of March.
It don’t seem like we know anything sure this week; it is all “about”, but we will let you know the exact dates later.
Tree planting is the order of the day.
The Websterian Society had several visitors Friday and also had two interesting talks by Mr. Crossett and Mr. Smiser; these talks were enjoyed by all.
The Eurekas had a quotation match.