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[ was decided to wait until the team could be assembled together again before the letters were awarded. This opportunity dld~ not present itse~lf until last Thuriday. Eleven men represented the first ~ring last season, seven of whom re- ived letters for their faithfulness ~ the P. H.S. A brief sketch of the letter men follows: Langdon (captain) '21. Guard '20 and 21. Langdon wasl ~e of the best guards ever developed ~y the P. H. S. and his absence will be felt next year. He was always on {he job and never failed to cover his i i LO~{~ ]~-~A'~ 01~ T,ETT~I~s n'laii. He could always be depended ling from hint entering more. {flflllllTl~l/fllM'll~lronfllMnrMflr'[health home at Clarkston last week, Ray Bingham had drllisted in the __ zpon to hold down the opponent'st "o-ra ...... } bUUlllnl bUngOl'UllUCI1bC t to take treatment'for rheumatism I marines He left Spokane for the 9 1 11- 110 Die ~el'i.L, lon ................... I " i " " ]~Mket Ball Emblems I~ued When' ~:':~:'n Langdon played ~0 games last] Besides the letter men there are HARVARD. Mrs. Budd, pastor of the Nazarene' coast last Wednesd, ay. Team Was Together. 1 four who represented the P. H. S. at l Mothers' (lay was approl)riately ob-i churcli at Garfield, who has beeu; Mr. and Mrs. Wayman Wilton, Miss Throop, '9.A. . Due to the fact that certain of the ....... i various places and seldom failed to i served: l)y Harwlrd Sunday school! holding a revival meeting in Onaway,: Patricia Maynard and Miss Grace Guaru 'Z~. rnroop was a new man, with a program at the school house!came to Princeton Monday to hold a~ Larkln went to Johnson Sunday to players of the P. H. S. 1920-21 baske$ on the ~luad but soon proved hisl turn oui for practice. "['he)- are: ffundav morning an excellent prop!series of meetings for a short time visit Miss Maynard's mother. squad were taken ill with pneumonia ability as a basket ball player With Keeney, '22; Pitt. "24: (;ash, '21;l~ram'con.isti,._." of ...... :- -:--~-- i shortly after the close of the season ..... ' . .... i ' , I red Stevens wife and baby were Mr. and Mrs. Frank .Johnson of. three years aneaa of him ne promises Y. Ickes, '22. The nrsi piayea :~ drills recitations and readings beingI ... " .. >'- ... "' - '. 1 ' -. caulng 'on Mrs. James wurman ~un- camp two, are "moving to Bovill, i, to be the mainstay of the team for games and the second 3. rendered More than 125 persons .~_. i where he has a logging contract. .,ome time . He played running cen- With onb" three of this cham~iozt were present and all expressed them-I [ t ~ ~" ~ " " ter and was second only to Miller mI l selves as hi~'hl,, -leased witl, ~l,o o,, ! - scoring ability. With good coaching ship team )sing lost through gradu-I tertainment. he will develop into a fast forward, tatin, the prospects for next year are E.C. Baird, our road overseer, has He played in 16 games for the P. H., nnusually good.---The Booster. had a crew of men and teams at work Special for S., but would have been in them allI during the past week improving the~ had it not been for a late start, i NATURALISTS' PARADISE roads tip Meadow creek, cutting down Kineaid, '~2. f0r Your SOLrS AK[ [[ Shoe repairing prices reasonable. Watch for shoes in our window. Shields Block Center '20 and '21. Kincaid was a giant un the squad and excellent at guarding. Few if any times did he! meet his match during the last sea- son. It is not known whether he will return next year or not, but if he does P. H. S. basket ball prospects will be exceedingly rosy. He played 21 games last season. Miller, '21' Forward '18. '19, '20 and "21. Miller is one of the few P. lI. S. ath- letes with four letters in one sport to his credit. He was the star of every game played and did over two-thirds of the scoring. He is an accurate shot from underneath the cage which never failed to baffle his opposing guard. The loss of such a player wilt be greatly noticed by next year's team. He is the only man on the team that played the full schedule, having entered 2~ games. - Iekes. '21. Forward '21. " This was Ickes's first and last year on the first string, but he did good~ work He made the de- ciding score in several games. Be- sides playing on the team he also was it's manager. His loss both as a player and a manager will be noticed next season. Eighteen games is his record. Dilts, '22. Forward '20 and '21. This is Dtits' second year at the game, and will probably return next year. He is good timber for a winning team. Although light, he is an accurate shot for the basket ~nd can elude his guard. He played 19 gaines. Fulton, '22. ' Guard '21. "Stag'.' is another new man at the game but has easily earn- ed his letter. Tall and slender built, he can easily keep the pill out of re~ch and is a good shot. He is yet "h, be heard from P. H. S. athletics. 1 1 games, sickness prevent- Curvelh Wells, noted British explorer who spoilt six 3tqlt'S ill the little-known jfingles of tl)e Mn]ay Peninsula. says that (.punt ry iS "a I)aradlse for nalural- Ists." All sorts ~f strange animals are to be foimd lhere in abundance. It is a land of wild peacocks, white ~>let,hanls. } :lck 1,1nth,.r.% tigers fix0 kinds ,,l' fly ng atdnta]~, gr(!al ap(`~ am! every kiwi of Iltltllki~y lllldlq" tlu, S [.I II. Al ( 'iIH IIIH |lqllii 011 lh(! ['0 lil'I h nlgbi Mr. Wells will show reularkabh. l)h'lllres of lids wiht lropi~.al land all('[ will 1,'It a titrilling ,~rory of his ex- perlelwe~ tlwre dllrlllg Ihe ,'dX ye:u',- of official explora/l,m work. A Change of Calling. "You aI'~i g.il~g to have s( lee sad dislllusiollln~,lHS." said the lny$|erious EgYtstian. "I've u ready bud one," ~ald tlle cll- +'lit. "flow i~ thatY' *'~VhCli this c:ll'ldval /'itlHilltlly (,Stile illl.Ollgil hero last yl, itl' )'@11 Wel'O s~ll- tlig 'liot .logs' and tlink leuioutide."-- Birnringhala Age-]:i~rald, hills, filling up the low places, widen- ing out the grades, cleaning out ditch- es, putting in culverts where needed and doing good work in general. A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pankey April 30.1 Mrs. Orpha Cochrane of Moscowi 1 was visiting relatives on Chambersl Flat a few d~lys last week. Mrs. M. R. Davis, a foriner residentt of Harvard, but now living at Port-! Inn(l, Oregon, is visiting friends in! this vicinity. Emil Boiler of l~reeze brought up a~ load of lumber from J. C. Throop's mill on Crane creek for E. C..lohn-' son, on Wednesday. Mrs. R. Medlock, son Alien and i d:tughter Margaret. of Moscow. visit-' cd friends in this vicinity over Sun- d,a y. Sylvan Davis of Portland. Oregoa. visited friends in Harvard and vicin- ity a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. ,luhnson of Yale visited with relatives at XVoodfell Sunday. Mrs. John English was down front her home in the Hoodoos visiting; friends a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Lienhnrd arid children of Princeton were visitors; up the. river Sunday. ;I W. W. and J. H. Davis of PalouseI were looking after property interests i m~ Meadow (`reek the last of the week. ! Walter Hornby was home fromi l'rinceton over Sunday. PRINCETON. Mr. Shnmons was hurt last week while working in the woods. He was taken to the hospital at Bovill, lbut is back home at present. I E. E. Grannis, clerk of camp two! at Deary. is moving his family down to the camp here. Mr. Luce, of Genesee, deputy state inspector of stock, was a business visitor in town Mofiday. Eris Henderson went to Dr. Foster's Graduation ,, , , , i Twelve size 17-Jewel Elgin, 20-year case ............................ @$@. OO Twelve size, 15-jewel Elgin, 20-year case ......... $2@.60 to $2@.00 Twelve size, 7-jewel Elgin, 20-year case ....... :__ $1@.@0 to $22.00 Waldeman chains from___$2 to $I@.~0 Wrist watches. 20-year cases, 15- jewel, from _$~2.@O to $$@.OO Pearl beads from ...... $@.00 to $37.60 Peggy beads at, the string .......... $1.OO Diamond rings___$1?.@O to $@OOO@ HENRY KAFSTEDT, Jeweler PALOUSE, WASHINOTON ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~u~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~u~u~~~~~~~u~~ i T.HE BIG UNLOADING SALE Has One Week More to Run Greater.bargains in women's wearing apparel were never offered---We are over- stocked and must unload at any price. ii i i i i i i i I I I I Choice of any suit m the store; values up to $135.00 $50.00 Choice of any suit that sold at $65.00, now $55.00 Choice of any suit that s01d at $50.00, now $25.00 Choice of any suit that sold at $28.75, now $15.oo All trimmed hats a half price li Big coat values, all new spring styles at - $6.75 and up Big shoe bargains--0dd sizes and broken 10ts--vales up to $12.50, now $15.OO 150 silk dresses, selling regularly up to $25.00, choice $10.OO All silk hose, fine wearing quality, special 75 Voile and gingham dresses, all sizes $8.95 These are a few of the bargains that you cannot afford to miss m Q I M W . . __osco.., e Fashion Shop - - Idaho