Clipped From Woodland Daily Democrat
ESPARTO TAKES CASABA SERIES IN GAMES HERE Esparto and Woodland groups of Y. M. C. A. boys engaged in a basketball carnival in the First Methodist Episcopal church gymnasium Saturday. Esparto, with three victories against two scored by Woodland, had the edge on the day's results. The games were well played and the boys enjoyed the competition. The Woodland Comrades won from the Esparto Comrades, 23 to 7. Woodland's players were J. Hatcher, D. Adams, J. Fitzgerald, B. Baird and C Schrader. Esparto's players were D. Vieira, J. Lindberg, W. Clay, J. Wyatt and A. Goodin. In the Friendly Indian group Esparto's Crow team won over the Pawnees of woodland by a 2 to 0. The teams were con posed of j the following players: W. Thompson, J. Wallace, R. Price, E. Burke, D. Loeffel for Esparto, and D. Conger, R. Woodhouse, W. Doty, J. Scarlett, M. Doty for Woodland. Woodland Yakima Indians' first team won from Esparto Crow's first team, 12 to 1. The lineups were as follows: Woodland W. Holland, G. Dodds, J. H. Harrison, M. Holland, H. Parker and V. Shellhammer. Espar - tc G. Wanshop, S. Thompson, B. Lewis, H. Howlett and E. Burke. The Roosevelt Pioneers of Esparto won Irom the Woodland Ait Oarson ; second team uy a score oi x i to . The players were: Esparto J. Burke, H. Harris, M. McClellan, R. McKin - ney and II. Kaida. Woodland K. Erown, W. Dorr, R. Hull, E. Yvirth j and D. Conard. Woodland Pioneers won from the Roosevelt first team of Esparto by a score of 14 to 13. The players were: Woodland K. Brown, L. Cranston, H. Bi - own, R. Jones and G. Friday. Esparto A. Goodnow, J. O'Malley, C. Mallan, J. Duncan and C. Parker.