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Awards - Fenstermacher - Franklin School Holds The T-D Cup. For Comma...
Franklin School Holds The T-D Cup. For Comma Year Jefferson Gets L. £? W. Cup Spring athletic activity in thp Mus- oltgee public schools was furmally closed Wednesday afternoon at 4; 30 at Central high scHbol, when the tro- plj^es and badges won liy schools and individuals In the spring work were presented. Franklin school rorrivpH the custody of the Tlmes-Demnorat cup for all-around supremacy In field ethletics, while Jefferson school la the holder of the Laffertj-Walkpr Clothing company trophy fop the primary primary championship of the ward school baseball league. Two hundred and thirty-six boys were made happy by the presentation of that number of the Public School Athletic leaf?ue merit test badges also the Kift.s of the Times-Democrat. Y. M. C. A. Secretary C. H. Fenstermacher. Fenstermacher. director of boys' athletics, made the presentations in thf name of the donors. All of the school principals, principals, with hundreds of thoir pupiLs, were present in the big aurtltoriiim, ard as each school received it.s quota of awards, the big Hall rang with the cheers of the other schools for the victors. The T-D cup was given last year for the school championship of the Pec- oration Day meet, and was won by Jefferson. This year, at the fair grounds on May 2. Franklin made the best showing, and is therefore award- UgLed the custody of the cup. The cup T'^ I.-: to be held by one school three times, not necessarily In succession, hefore it becomes the permanent property of that school. Thp Lafferty-Walker trophy was won by Jefferson in thp pennant race for the championship of the primary division, ward school nasehall leacup. Jefferson won seven games, without losing one. The I- and W trophy !il.=o r:iust be won by one school three tlmp? before becoming that school's permanent permanent property. Included in the list of hartc-e nrlnners [this year are flvp hoys who won the 'honor for the second time, entltllnt; fhem to a gold pin In.ite .Td of the first-year bronze pin. Washinirton school had the l.qrcrest number of badge winners, n totn! nf B4 badges being civen In that .orhool. Franklin, however, with 42 wlnner.'t, had t^e highest t'fTcenJage of entries to qualify. The Times-Democrat silver cup, emblematic of the championship of the Public School Athletic league, \e.vterda\- delivered to Franklin school. Inset is a reproduction of the merit test badge given to each of 28fi bovs who qualified for the final t'st.s at thp fair gr <Hmds imMay^

Clipped from Muskogee Times-Democrat15 May 1913, ThuPage 7

Muskogee Times-Democrat (Muskogee, Oklahoma)15 May 1913, ThuPage 7
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