The 1921 Baseball Team

I had a few minutes to go dig out the 1922 Campanile for pictures of Rice’s 1921 baseball team. Besides the standard team photo and a page devoted to Eddie Dyer, there are some charming action shots of the team and their mascots. (The quality of photos scanned from the Campanile are generally not too good, although you won’t notice it unless you enlarge them. It can also be tricky to get even scans, because I don’t want to damage the old volume by bending it too much. Still, it’s probably better than nothing.) Here you go:

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2 Responses to The 1921 Baseball Team

  1. Francis Eugene "Gene" Pratt, Rice Institute 1956 says:

    Can anyone identify WHERE those various baseball pictures were made?
    Perhaps at the old Football field and field-house?

    • Melissa Kean says:

      Yes, they all look to have been taken at the old football field (current track and soccer field) which also served as the baseball diamond for a very long time.

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