vancement of baseball success at St. Ambrose. The baseball material of
1917 is at present only in its development; but with Sheehan, Ryan, Mc-
Lain, Smith and Coonan, back in suits, and such new stars as Devlin, Griffith, Quigley, Wallace, Simons,…
THE basketeers were still boasting about their victories on the
gym floor, and remnants of winter's snow storms were
still to be seen in patches on the campus when Mr. Jones
made the annual recruiting for baseball candidates. The
The following is a summary of the events and of the point winners.
30 yds. dash—Devlin, 1st; Coonan, 2nd; Healey, 3rd. Time, 3 4/5 sec.
Mile run—Mack, 1st; Cone, 2nd; V. Healey, 3rd. Time, 5:38 sec.
300 yds. run—McCarville, 1st; Healey,…
WITH the building of the new gymnasium at St. Ambrose, undoubtedly track will receive much more attention and interest. The gymnasium contains a cork running floor, on which
indoor work can be carried on all during the winter months,