The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1922 Page: 87
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was a hard worker and always
Last, but not least, Howard is another in
a family of ball players that is making good.
Braswell was noted for both his fielding
and hitting in all the games.
Tub was the best man for any place on
team. He was a reliable catcher and
best pitcher on the team.
Bill was one of our champions in tennis
doubles. In future years he will probably
rival his collegian brother.
Lee was another to add fame to old Mineral
Wells in athletic fame. He went to the Dis-
trict meet to defend the title in singles.
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full of pep.
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