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PAGE EIGHT
In their first dual meet of the
season, Bluffton High’s track team
lost to Lima South last Thursday
afternoon on the Bluffton college
field by a score of 81*3 to 36%.
South copped 11 first places in
the 14 events, and two Lima track
men, Henderson and Lawson, turned
in more points than the total gar
nered by the Bluffton team.
Walt King was Bluffton’s only
double winner as he took first in
the discus throw and shot put events.
Bluffton scored a clean sweep in the
shot put, King, Mumma and Burk
holder finishing as named.
Complete tabulation of the various
events follows:
120-yard high hurdles—Henderson
(S) first Penhorwood (S), second
and W. Mumma (B third. Time,
17.6.
100-yard dash—Lawson (S) first
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Klassen (B) second amid Lester (S)
third. Time, 10.6 seconds.
Mile run—Hooker (S) first Hin
ton (S) second and Lepple (S) third.
Time, 5 minutes, 7 seconds.
Shot put—King (B) first Mumma
(B) second and Burkholder (B)
third. Distance, 41 feet, 7 inches.
440-yard run—Lawson (S) first
Wenger (B) second and Swick (S)
third. Time, 56 seconds.
Pole vault—Fisher (B) first
Puhaczewski (S), second and Burk
holder (B) third. Height 8 feet 6
inches.
880-yard relay—South. Time, 1
minute 43.8 seconds.
220-yard low hurdles—Henderson
(S) and Clark (S), tied for first
W. Mumma (B) third. Time, 28.2
seconds.
High jump—Henderson (S) first
Penhorwood (S) second and Cope
land (S), Fisher (B) and W. Mum
ma (B), tied for third. Height, 5
feet 4 inches.
880-yard run—Hunt (S) first
Trippiehorn (B) second and Pu
haczewski (S) third. Time, 2 min
utes 16 seconds.
Discus throw—King (B) first
Lindberg (S) second and R. Mum
ma (B) third. Distance, 111 feet
5 inches.
220-ward dash—Lawson (S) first
R. Mumma (B) second Lester (S)
third. Time, 22.9 seconds.
Broad jump—Henderson (S) first
Lawson (S) second and Tripple
horn (B) third. Distance, 19 feet
4*2 inches.
Mile relay—South (by forfeit).
High School Track
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Bluffton college finished fourth in
the annual Northwest Ohio inter
collegiate track meet at Bowling
Green university last Saturday, in
competition with teams from six
other larger institutions.
Final tabulation of results were:
Toledo, 7P2 Bowling Green, 51%
Ohio Northern, 39’2 Bluffton, 25
Wittenberg, 17% Heidelberg, 11
Findlay, 3.
Tetlow, of Bluffton, took two first
places, the only firsts scored for the
Beavers. He leaped 19 feet 8%
inches in the broadjump and topped
11 feet 3 inches in the pole valut to
lead the field in the two events.
Stover, also of Bluffton, got two
Ottawa held a one-point edge over
Bluffton to cop honors in an invi
tational Class meet last Saturday
on the Bluffton college field.
In the seven-team meet, Ottawa
scored 49 points and Bluffton got 48.
Two other teams also were in the
running until the close of the 14
events. Sycamore ended the day
with a total of 42 points, and Leip
sic with 40. Other competing teams
were Columbus Grove, 22 Pandora,
4, and Ada, 3.
Bluffton copped four first places
King in the shot put Fisher, in the
pole vault Rich Mumma in the 120
yard high hurdles and the Bluffton
mile relay team made up of Holden,
Beidler, Fisher and Wenger also was
successful.
Complete results were as follows:
Shot Put—King (B), 1st Wade
Mumma (B), 2nd Wilson (O), 3rd
Jamison (A), 4th Mathewson (A),
5th. Distance: 40 feet 5% inches.
Pole Vault—Fisher (B), first.
Height: 8 feet 3 inches.
Discus Throw—Tuttle (S), 1st
Cupp (L), 2nd Aultman (O), 3rd
Wilson (O), 4th King (B), 5th.
Distance: 111 feet l3i inches.
High Jump—Tuttle (S), 1st Ekle
berry, (S) Aultman (O), (tie), 2nd
Basinger, (P) Snyder (L), (tie),
3rd W. Mumma/ (B). Height: 5
feet 5 inches.
Broad Jump—Lowry (L), 1st
King (B), 2nd Wenger (B), 3rd
Settlement
Chas. Danner, Lima plumber and
former Bluffton resident is making
a number of substantial improve
ments on the Adam and Barbara
Amstutz farm near the Ebenezer
church which he recently purchased.
Some corn is being planted at
present.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bracy and
family of Bluffton visited at the
Dennis Diller home on Sunday after
noon.
Several truck loads of fence posts
from Kentucky were sold in the
vicinity. On their return trip they
are loaded with hay.
The Alumni Pavilion which was
built last summer on the athletic
field in Pandora is to be dedicated
on the 27th of May.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Diller and
son Lester of Orrville, former resi
dents of the Settlement spent the
week end with relatives and friends
here. Mr. Diller who was formerly
in the tile manufacturing business
here is now doing a good business
in that line in his present location.
David Wenger who became ill was
taken to the Bluffton hospital a
week ago Sunday. His son, Paul of
Lancaster, Ohio, was here to visit
his father over Saturday and Sun
day. Paul has been employed in the
Lancaster schools for four years,
three years as principal and the past
year as superintendent to which
position he was recently employed
for a term of five years.
Mrs. Brabham of Dallas, Texas,
came to Detroit one day last week
to purchase a new car. Her daugh
ter who lives in New York city met
her at Detroit and from there they
came to spend some time with rel
atives.
A group of the intermediate C. E.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Appear In Final Concert
College Takes Fourth Place In
Seven Team District Track Meet
Bluffton college re
year, after the spor
continued for two
Coach A. C. Burcky
the progress shown
dates, despite their
ience.
Ottawa Edges Bluffton By One
Point To Win Area Track Meet
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Swiss Community Men’s Chorus which will appear in their final concert of the season at the
Ebenezer Mennonite church west of Bluffton Sunday night at 8 o’clock. 1 he chorus is composed
of men from the Bluffton and Pandora districts.
seconds and a third finishing second
in the 120-yard high hurdles and
the javelin throw, and third in the
broad jump. Soash, Bluffton, cap
tured second place in the 440-yard
dash.
Toledo university dominated the
field, with Rocket competitors finish
ing first in eight of the 15 events.
Bluffton, Heidelberg and Ohio North
ern each got two firsts and Bowling
Green one.
icd track this
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Botkins (O), 4th (%),
5th. Distance: 19 feet 9% inches.
120 Yard High Hu R. Mum
ma (B), 1st Warn (0), 2nd Ag
ner (O), 3rd Wahi- 1 (L), 4th
Baker (L), 5th. Ti 19 seconds.
100 Yard Dash—I (L), 1st
Blymyer (O), 2nd G), 3rd
Basinger (P), 4th Ca.anaugh (S).
5th. Time: 10.6 seconds.
Mile Run—Baker (S), 1st Ever
hard (S), 2nd Horning (L), 3rd
Summers (O), 4th Badertscher (P),
5th. Time 4:56.6.
880 Yard Relay—Leipsic: Snyder,
Snyder, Todd, Lowry, 1st Sycamore,
2nd Bluffton, Ld Ottawa, 4th
Columbus Grove. 5th.
440 Yard Dash -Blymer (O), 1st
Pugh (CG), 2nd Wenger (B), 3rd
Henwalde (O), 4th, Tuttle (S), 5th.
Time: 56.7 seconds.
20 Yard Low Hurdles Warren
(0), 1st Agne ((I), 2nd R. Mum
ma (B), 3rd Bogart (CG), 4th
Cupp (L), 5th. me 29.5 seconds.
880 Yard Run- Baker (S), 1st
Knierieman (SV 2 1 Stanley (CG).
3rd Tripplehoit (B), 4th Diller
(CG), 5th. Time 2:15.4.
220 Yard Da Lowry (L), 1st
Berry (CG). 2 Blymyer (O),
Tenwalde (O) (tie), 3rd Schmidt
(L), 5th. Time: 24.7 seconds.
Mile Relay Bluffton: Holden,
Beidler, Fisher, Wenger, 1st Col.
Grove, 2nd l.e c, 3rd Ottawa,
4th Sycamore, Time: 3:57.2.
society of the John church pre
sented a prog at the Putnam
county Home Sunday afternoon.
The annual school picnic was held
at the Pandora Wool building last
Friday. A lar? crowd attended.
The High scho -^ball team play
ed with the tean from the Ottawa
Parochial school. The local school
won the game by a score of 7-5.
John Schneck visiting in Wayne
County, Ohio. His brother Peter
has been critically ill.
John Lehman, v i o is staying with
his son Jesse and family of New
London, Ohio, \v an over Sunday
guest of his sister Emma.
The pastor and members were
much pleased to have Rev. and Mrs.
Jacob Haas present at the Sunday
services. Mr. Haas has been con
fined to his home for some months
on account of rheumatism.
Omar Gratz is expecting to plant
over 30 acres to melons. He has
been growing quite an acreage for
the past several years.
The sugar beet growers have had
ideal weather f. slanting their beet
seed. Perhaps the acreage for the
crop this year i somewhat larger
than in previous ears.
David G. Neiswander, a well
known farmer residing two and one
half miles northwest of Bluffton,
died at the Bluffton hospital on Sun
day morning aft. a lingering ill
ness. Funeral rvices were con
ducted from th Reformed Men
nonite church which he was a
member. He was a grandson of
Michael Neuensckwander, one of the
pioneer settlers of the Settlement.
Only 17 per cent of the tax delin
quent land in one Ohio county is sat
isfactory from crop production 8 per
cent is poorly adapted, and 77 per
cent is wholly unfitted for farm pur
poses.
Kenton Tops Pirate
Track Team, 76-40
Kenton High bested Bluffton in a
track meet on the local field last
Monday afternoon by a score of 76
to 40%.
Bluffton copped five firsts in the
14 events. Track men representing
the local school placed as follows in
the meet:
Shot Put—King, first Wade Mum
ma, third Pole vault—Fisher, first
Discus—King, third High jump—
Wade Mumma, third Broad jump—
King, first Trippiehorn, second
120-yard High Hurdles—Rich Mum
ma, second J. Martin, third 100
Yard Dash. Wade Mumma, first.
Mile Run—Martin, third 880-yard
Relay—Kenton, first 440-yard Dash
-—Holden, third 220-yard Low Hur
dles—Rich Mumma, second 880-yard
Run—Trippiehorn, first 220-yard
Dash—Holden, third Mile Relay—
Kenton, first.
College Nine Loses
To Findlay, Toledo
Ineffective pitching and loose field
ing cost the Bluffton college baseball
team two more chances for victory
last week on the local diamond and
the Beavers dropped decisions to
Findlay college and Toledo univers
ity.
Against Findlay, the Burckymen
were unable to hold an early 8 to 0
lead, and they eventually went down
to defeat, 16 to 8.
Luginbuhl, Bluffton’s starting
pitcher, developed a wild streak in
the sixth inning with his team out
in front by eight runs. As a result
Findlay scored five runs on a single,
seven walks and a wild pitch.
Six hits and two more passes in
the seventh inning gave Findlay six
more runs, and the Oilers were out
in front to stay. They counted one
more tally in the eighth and four in
the ninth to sew up the decision.
In an effort to stem the avalanche
Bluffton used seven pitchers, Lugin
buhl, Roszhart, Radulovich, Soash,
Tetlow, McLaughlin and Snyder.
It was an off day for the entire
team when Toledo university’s high
powered outfit stopped off here on
Friday. Final count in the contest,
called at the end of the seventh
inning, was 27 to 1.
Toledo has one of the finest colle
giate teams in this section and
among other victories numbers a win
over the University of Michigan.
Rockport
Mrs. Guy Mayberry and Mrs. W.
E. Marshall and her guest Mrs.
Alvin Whisler of Ocean Side. Calif.,
attended the annual inspection and
banquet of Bluffton Chapter O. E. S.
in Bluffton, Friday evening with
Mrs. Helen Desenberg D. G. M. of
Lima as the inspecting officer.
The May meeting of the Profit
and Pleasure club will be Guest Day
with Mrs. Glen Mayberry hostess
and Mrs. Harry Mayberry assisting.
Miss Matilda Basinger of near Pan
dora will be the speaker and will
give a travel talk. Other numbers
on the program are: Music, Mrs.
F. C. Marshall and a Playlette by
Miss Grace Freet, Mrs. Fred Badert
scher and Mrs. Edgar Begg.
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