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1920 AVERAGES LISTED

JANIN HEADS BATTERS

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

A.E. Kirk, 1920 baseball manager, now Assistant Treasurer of the H.A.A., has compiled player's individual averages for the 25 games played last spring. In almost every case, the statistics show that Captain Emmons, Lincoln and Conlon were the ranking players.

Although Janin has the highest batting average, registering 444 for the season, he played only against California, Holy Cross and Yale, while Lincoln and Captain Emmons, who ranked second and third respectively, played in all the games. Their averages were 319 and 313. Conlon stole the greatest number of bases, being credited with 10. Captain Emmons and Lincoln stood second with 9 apiece. Next in order were two outfielders, Hallock, who stole 6 bases, and Hallowell, 5.

During the season Lincoln scored 19 runs; Conlon, 14; Hallock, Hallowell and Frothingham, 8 apiece; Blair and Jones, 7 each; and Captain Emmons, 6. Emmons also made 10 sacrifice hits.

Batting, fielding and other averages follow: Batting Janin,  .444 Lincoln,  .319 Emmons,  .313 Gammack,  .294 Frothingham,  .293 Conlon,  .255 Jones,  .255 Hallock,  .253 Felton,  .222 Perkins,  .214 Hallowell,  .199 Blair,  .196 Bigelow,  .094 Goode,  .069 Flelding Janin,  1.000 Gammack,  .992 Bigelow,  .988 Blair,  .984 Felton,  .979 Jones,  .955 Emmons,  .950 Goode,  .946 Hallock,  .943 Perkins,  .910 Hallowell,  .900

the student body. Ecklund, whose 47-yard drop-kick against Carroll College, has made him the most featured man on the team, booted several goals from scrimmage for the benefit of the crowd at the last practice. The final line-up as it went through practice: Ends, Ecklund and Carter; tackles, Conley and Gobeen; guards, Sawyer and Kriebel; center, Kercheval; quarterback, Searing; halfbacks, Bradley and Gilbert; fullback, Dandalet

the student body. Ecklund, whose 47-yard drop-kick against Carroll College, has made him the most featured man on the team, booted several goals from scrimmage for the benefit of the crowd at the last practice. The final line-up as it went through practice: Ends, Ecklund and Carter; tackles, Conley and Gobeen; guards, Sawyer and Kriebel; center, Kercheval; quarterback, Searing; halfbacks, Bradley and Gilbert; fullback, Dandalet

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