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The Treadwell Mines Mexican Basketball Team were the champions of Southeast Alaska in 1914. The ÒMexicanÕsÓ competed with other Treadwell mine teams that included the Machine shop, General Store, and Cyanides. They also battled Douglas High School, Juneau High School, SkagwayÕs Athletic Club, Sitka Athletic Club, Wrangell and Ketchikan teams, and many more. Photo courtesy of the Barquist Photo Collection and the Treadwell Historicial Society. If you can identify any of these players please contact sports@juneauempire.com. To see more historical photos got to juneauempire.com. Photo courtesy of the Barquist Photo Collection and the Treadwell Historicial Society. If you can identify any of these players please contact sports@juneauempire.com. To see more historical photos got to juneauempire.com.
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This photo from May 7, 1933 shows a group portrait on the opening of the baseball season at the Firemen's Ball Park in Juneau. Governor John W. Troy (center in suit and white hat) and players are flanked by the Juneau City and Juneau High School bands. The photo was taken by Winter & Pond and is courtesy of the Alaska State Library (ASL-P87-1140). If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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This oversized cabinet card photo shows the Tlingit baseball team called the "Alaskans" in their baseball uniforms. The photo is undated. Photography was done by E. Andrews of Douglas. Research by Richard Wood uncovered mention of how Tlingit culture-bearer J. B. Fawcett (1889-1983) (Tseexwaa) was a baseball player and manager for the Hoonah baseball team called the 'Alaskans.' Photo courtesy of the Sealaska Heritage Institute (PO049: Richard Wood Photograph Collection). ealaska Heritage Institute Tlingit language specialist Linda Belarde contacted Chookaneidi Elder Lily White of Hoonah about the photo. White recalls watching the Alaskans play and said the team was really good. Her father-in-law, Joe White, was a player for the team and would hit home runs. "Baseball was very popular then," White said. "Baseball teams from other communities would play in Hoonah and the Alaskans team would travel to Sitka and Juneau to play games."
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A baseball game is shown in progress in the community of Treadwell around 1910-15 on Douglas Island. The Treadwell town community (incorporated as a first class city in 1901) had its own school, library, baseball field, swimming pool, basketball and tennis courts, bowling alley, billiard hall, reading rooms, gymnasium, a boarding house, community store and 100-miles of railroad track running to the Treadwell and Ready Bullion mines. The world-scale mines operated from 1882 to 1917. In 1916, the Alaska-Juneau gold mine was built on the mainland and became the largest operation of its kind in the world. In 1917 a cave-in and flood closed the Treadwell mine on Douglas. It produced 6 million in gold in its 35 years of operation. Throughout their years of operation, the mines in and around Juneau fielded sports teams that helped relieve stress, provide healthy activities, and improve bonds among the diverse ethnic groups working in them. This photo is from the Combrest Photo Collection and Treadwell Historical Society.
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The Juneau High School junior varsity basketball team poses for the 1957 yearbook with assistant coach Bill Baker and coach William Ordway. Photo was taken by Gil Eide and is courtesy of the Alaska State Library (ASL-P351-1402). If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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The 1914 Treadwell Mines Ready Bullion Hose Team champions. These ten young men proudly pose with their winning rolled up hoses from an annual Fourth Of July contest. The fire hose race offered the biggest prize (50 in gold in 1916) because it honed skills critical to the company. The Treadwell Mining Complex was, at this time, made up of the Treadwell Mine, Ready Bullion Mine, Mexican Mine and 700' Mine. At their heyday the mines employed over 2,000 workers. Even 4th Of July bragging rights were documented and talked about. Photo and information courtesy of the Barquist Photo Collection, the Treadwell Historicial Society, and the Alaska State Library. If you can identify any of these individuals please contact sports@juneauempire.com. To see more historical photos got to juneauempire.com.
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The 1923-24 Juneau High School boys basketball team and coach N. I. Baker. The roster that season included John Halm, George White, Harold Campen, Ed Garnick, Albert White, Albert Olsen, Leonard Holmquist, Fred Gould, Earle Hunter, Chris Ellengen, Art Petersen, and Harold Brown. The Douglas High School roster that year included Coach Frank Foster, Albert Garn, Leslie Cashen, James Mannng, Glenn Graves, Tom Cashen, Leland Swanson, Doug Gray and Gordon Gray. The Douglas girls included Coach Bernice Scoville, Kathleen McCormick, Emma Garn, Beth Anderson, Alberta Gallwas, Thelma Wiitanen, Sophia Anderson, Mary Africh, M. Lindsay, Nelma Niemela and M. Williamson. The Juneau girls included Coach Emma Ueland, Della Lindstrom, Ruth Krugness, Florence Bathe, Grace Kleinschmidt, Alma Weil, Dora Lindstrom, Lynda Pademeister, Hansena Campen, Eva Tripp and F. Meserschmidt. Photo by Winter & Pond, courtesy of the Alaska State Library (ASL-P87-2524). If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a ÒCentury of the EmpireÓ and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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The Douglas girls roster l-r: Roberta Coryell, Ula Beck, Hilda Aalto, Wilma Gamble, Virginia Laughlin and Alice Bollinger.
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This photo taken by Robert N. DeArmond shows the Firemen's Ball Park in 1963. The site soon became the new Federal Building constructed in 1964. Photo courtesy Alaska State Library (ASL-P258-III-0620).
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This photo taken by Elite Studios shows the 1933 Southeastern Alaska champion Juneau High School boys basketball team in their gym with coach Elmer Wentland standing in the middle. Photo courtesy of Alaska State Library (ASL-P294-039).
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This photo from 1913 shows the Treadwell Football team. Photo courtesy of the Treadwell Historical Socitety and the Ed Andrews Photograph Collection.
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An early 1900's baseball game on the Treadwell Mines field. If you have any information on any early sports in the area please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. This photo is courtesy of the Alaska State Library, P525-6-21.
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This early historical photo from the 1950s shows Juneau High School junior varisty cheerleaders Loretta Sanford, Kay Dilg, and Nancy Komatsubara posing in their uniforms. The photo was taken by Gil Eide and is used courtesy of the Alaska State Library - Historical Collections (ASL-PCA-351).
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This photo of the 1952 Juneau Elks' sponsored baseball team has some familiar names. Standing back row left-to-right are Roger Grummett, Don Nowacki, Keith Brown, Larry Matheny, Larry Porter, Larry Meyer, Joe Harmon, John Stewart and Bob Ramberg. Kneeling are Danny Temple, Mike Biggs, Pat Orme, John Meek, Bosco Palmer and John Pyle. These names were listed on the back of the photo. If they are incorrect please contact Juneau Empire Sports. Readers have commented that the Moose defeated the Elks for the championship that season. Readers also added that John Stewart is now 71 and lives in Ventura, CA. His father, John Stewart M.D., was a physician with the Juneau Clinic. John and the other kids also participated in the Rotary Club's Soap Box Derby, which was held on 12th Street. There were probably 50 soap box derby cars entered each year in the early 50's . Each kid had to build their own car. It was sponsored by Chevrolet. John built two cars, both sponsored by the Country Club, a restaurant bar at Salmon Creek run by Tom George. One of the Juneau soap box participants won 10th place at the national championships in Akron, Ohio. His car was way ahead of its time. John and the other kids also participated in the Trout Derby, which was held each summer for kids. There was an ongoing ladder posted in the hardware store window with the top ten largest trout caught. The ten largest at the end of the summer got prizes. Skiing on Douglas Island was a Sno Cat with 20 ropes, each pulling a kid up the three miles to the ski bowl at the 'Third Cabin' for .00, where there was one rope tow and a two story cabin with bunks and a pot bellied stove. You wore 'climbers' to get to the top of the downhill course. If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos
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The 1951 Wrangell Thunderbirds (Gold Medal Basketball team), back left-to-right: Sid McCullough, Buzzy Bradley, Arvis Dailey, Lloyd Rhinehart, Larry Taylor, and Lee Byrd. Front l-r: Richard Rinehart, Bob Stokes, coach Howard Churchill, Brigadier Raymond Ford, and Harry Thomas.
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This 1907 photo from the William & Case Photograph collection and the Treadwell Historical Society shows a game of billards. Note the men in the Treadwell firemen uniforms awaiting their turn.
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A baseball game is shown in progress in the community of Treadwell around 1910-15 on Douglas Island. The Treadwell town community had its own school, library, baseball field, swimming pool, basketball and tennis courts, bowling alley, billiard hall, reading rooms, gymnasium, a boarding house, community store and 100-miles of railroad track running to the Ready Bullion mine.
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The Moose Baseball team were the Champions of Gastineau Channel in 1930. Here they are lined up near the bleachers. This photo was taken by Elite Studio and is courtesy of the Alaska State Library (ASL-P294-042). If you have any information on who these individuals are or any early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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This photo shows the Skagway High School basketball team posing for a Juneau studio portait in the early 1900s. Identified individuals are back row second from left Victor Selmer, second from right is Hestness, far right is Philip Olsen, kneeling left is Maurice Goding and kneeling middle is Selby Phelps. Photo is courtesy of the Alaska State Library (ASL-P87-2530, Winter and Pond Collection).
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Youth basketball players are shown in the 6th Street Gym sometime during the 1950's. According to the information submitted with the photo, these proud young boys are today some of southeast Alaska's finest of men. Back Row: Dennis Kristen, Jim Sturrock, Doc Eide, Ken Meck, John (not Don) Young, Pat Orme, Wayne Matheny, Sasha Sobelloff, John Stringer, Mac Crosson. Front Row: John Winther, John Bertholl, Tim Whiting, Ron Baxter, Rick Winther? (not Billy Swanson), Mark Wells (unknown player), Dave Stringer, Dean Nordenson. If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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The 1954 Douglas Lions little league team. Front row kneeling left-to-right: Doug "Spud" Crosby, unknown player, Dale Shuman, Dennis Shuman, Dale Henkins, unknown player. Middle row standing l-r: Douglas Hulk, Gale Good, unknown player, "Chick" Featherstone, Alan Gray. Back row standing l-r: Jerry Short, Tommy Dawson, Trygve Hermann, Larry Klockenteger, James Dawson. At back standing is coach Bob Isaac. Isaac is the father-in-law of Juneau mayor Merrill Sanford, who married his daughter Pat. Douglas Hulk is the nephew of former Chief of Police Bernie Hulk, back when South Franklin Street was wild and had a red light district. The team was sponsored by the Douglas Lions Club. The President of the Lions Club at that time was Val Poor, whose wife, Alice, had the honor of having the Treadwell Ice Arena zamboni named after her. According to Gale Good, who supplied the photo, the players are in the 13-year-old age range. "We were just a group of kids from Douglas," Good said. "Playing little league baseball." In the background of the photo is the Fireman's Field, site of the current Federal Building. According to Good, players tried to hit home runs into Gold Creek. "There was a fence you had to hit them over," Good said. "I bounced them over, but I never hit one over. Some of our team members did though." If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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The 1946 Juneau High School Southeast Champions: Les Hogins, Jack O'Connor, Herb Mead, Harry Aase, Denny Merritt, coach Barney Anderson, Robert Sanford, Jim Rude, Jim Klein, Fred Prouty, and Jerry Moore. Other teammates included Earl Crass, Dudley Smithberg, Bill Logan, Rodney Williams, Victor Hardin, "Drag" Larsen, George See, Bill Schmitz, Dave Sperling, and Roy Gray.
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The 1940-41 City League Champion Juneau Fire Department. The firemen defeated Channel Champs, and Southeastern Champs, JHS in all they games the teams played. The firemen are, front left-to-right: Unknown, Bud Brown, coach Jim Orme, Tommy Powers and Elmer Lindstrom. Back l-r are Guy Schulert, Leop Chapados, Louis Taylor and Waldemar Jones.
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The 1958 Auke Bay American League Post 25 baseball team lost to Fairbanks in the all-Alaska departmental best 3-out-of-5 series held at Juneau's Fireman's Field, at the site of the current Federal Building. Fairbanks was coached by Tony McCormick's older brother Dick. Auke Bay beat the Juneau legion team to advance into the series against Fairbanks. According to Roger Grummett, a 1st baseman on the team, Fairbanks had an illegal player on their team and 10 years after the series Fairbanks was disqualified. So, technically, Auke Bay should have been the team that represented the territory and traveled to the western regional playoffs in Billings, Mont. Pictured are, back row left-to-right: Coach Bill Palmer, right fielder Dennis Sperl, center fielder Dale Shuman, third baseman Andy Peckovich, left fielder Tom Blanton, first baseman Dennis Shuman, first baseman Roger Grummett, left fielder Dale Schmitz, center fielder Stan Hamlin, and manager Bud Cantillon. Front left-to-right: Pitcher Dave Gray, shortstop Dale Henkins, center fielder Winston Tolliver, pitcher David Pearson, catcher Dennis Cunningham, pithcer Chip Featherstone, pitcher Jim Trivette, and second baseman Alan Gray. The series between Fairbanks and Auke Bay went five games. Auke Bay won game four 5-2 behind the complete game pitching of David Gray who struck out 13 batters. The following day Fairbanks won the fifth and deciding game 7-3. If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history. PHOTO COURTESY OF ROGER GRUMMETT
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The 1917 first Alaska Native Brotherhood basketball team, left-to-right: George Dalton, Howard Gray, Tom Williams, Ray James, David Howard, Louis Simpson, Charlie Daniels, and ANB founder Peter Simpson.
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The championship 1915-16 "Cyanide" basketball team from Treadwell, Alaska is shown in this historical photo. The Juneau Empire will be running historical photos celebrating the papers 100 years in print and will feature an online (juneauempire.com) slide show of various historical photos and features starting Monday. The Cyaniders basketball team (in not particular order) were: Grover Kertis, William Metzner, Walter Barquist, a mister Atkinson, Carles Hayer, J. Hayes, and a mister Dahl.
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Corrections have been phoned in concerning yesterday's photo "Posing At the Gym". Some of the youth basketball players in the 6th Street Gym sometime during the 1950's were misidentified. These are current updates with the mistakes in parenthesis. Back Row: Dennis Kristen, Jim Sturrock, Doc Eide, Ken Meek (Meck), John (not Don) Young, Pat Orme, Wayne Matheny, Sasha Sobelloff, John Stringer, Mac Crosson. Front Row: John Winther, John Bertholl, Tim Whiting, Ron Baxter, Rick Winther (not Billy Swanson), Mark Wells (unknown player), Dave Stringer, Dean Nordenson. Thank you to all who contributed.
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This photo shows a Fourth Of July foot race behind the Slavonic Orthodox Church in Douglas. Photo courtesy of Alaska State Library (ASL-Douglas-Celebrations). If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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The 1906 Douglas baseball team. Back row left-to-right: Fred Cook, Guy Rockenfield, Bill Parsons, unidentified, Tex Zimmerman, manager Mike Roaoh. Front l-r: George Brown, Aleek Russell, unidentified, Carl Herring, and mister Kelly. If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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1947 Sheldon Jackson Jr. College, Sitka city league champs and Gold Medal basketball contenders. Back row, left-to-right: Howard Bremner, Mark Davis, Mel Booth, and Herb Didrickson. Front l-r: George Haldane, John Borbridge, Henry Benson, and Lee Jimmy.
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This school year will be the 50th anniversary of the 1963 Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears winning the state basketball championship at Eielson Air Force Base outside of Fairbanks. That team is, standing left-to-right: John Stringer, Jan Dabney, Jeff Prather, John Borbridge, Dick Olsen, Wayne Matheny. Kneeling left-to-right: Mike Triplette, Sasha Soboleff, Pat Gullufsen, John Bertholl, and Doc Eide. According to photo contributor Gil Eide, this was several years after the consolidation of the Juneau and Douglas school districts but there was still some rivalry out there. At the conclusion of the championship game, Mike Pusich, owner of Mike's Place in Douglas, announced in his restaurant that "Douglas had just won the state championship".... even though there were no Douglas players on the team.
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The 1951-52 Douglas Huskies: Back row left-to-right are Henry Stevens, Tony McCormick (Returning Letterman), John Jensen (RL), Tom Cashen (RL), Herb Riley (RL), coach Bob Isaac. Front l-r are Richard Isaak (RL), Bill Andrews, Pat Wellington (RL), Louie Pusich, Bob Johnson and Don Niemi. According to The Gastineau Breeze and The Huskie Scoreboard a new electric scoreboard was installed this season through donations solicited through the efforts of Mr and Mrs Guy A Russo. The old scoreboard, also electric and built by the shop class, was donated to the University of Alaska. Bios - "Tone" McCormick (5-foot10) left-handed soph forward, highscorer last season, started off this year with 15 points. "Shadow" Jensen (6-foot3) junior pivot man, play-maker and backboard artist, good with the books as well as the hooks. "Cash" Cashen, junior, basketball runs in the Cashen clan and Tom Ed is no exception, hard driver and an excellent shot. "Pat" Wellington, junior, so far Pat hasn't been a sensational scorer but his steady play was a big factor in the last game. "Dick" Isaak, junior guard with a good set-shot, should really begin to hit in a game or two. "Herb" Riley, only senior on the squad, aggressive with plenty of finesse, will be a high scorer with more practice. "Henry" Stevens, reserve forward from last year, a good shot and aggressive, small stature is a handicap. Bob Johnson, plays a steady game, a hard worker who will come into his own when he acquires more experience. Billy Andrews, frosh forward of whom a lot is expected, may develop into one of the best in a couple of years. Louis Pusich, one of a long line of Pusichs, plays with reckless abandon. Don Niemi, a soph without previous experience, shows promise and should come along fast the last of the season. WANTED: Artists to design a good heading for The Huskie Scoreboard. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "C
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The 1953 Moose Club Little League champions. Not all names were available. Back row left-to-right: Cary Stewart, Bucky Stebbins, Walter Swap, Tom Blanton, Bob Rusher, Mike Miller, unknown, unknown, and Raymond Peterson Sr. Front l-r: Roger Shattuck, unknown, Peter Young, Ebert, unknown, Joe Swanson, and Allen Shattuck. Coach was Red Swanson. If you can identify other individuals please contact the Juneau Empire Sports editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos and comments.
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This photo by Case & Draper shows the Skagway B.P.O.E. baseball team at Juneau on May 30, 1907, standing in front of the bleachers. Photo is courtesy of the Alaska State Library (ASL-P226-179) and is from the William R. Norton photograph colection.
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This photo taken by William Howard (W. H.) Case shows three Tlingit long canoes racing near Juneau. Photo is courtesy of the Alaska State Library (ASL-P39-0413). If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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The 1952-53 Douglas High School Huskies southeast championship team and traveling fans pose before they leave to Fairbanks for the All-Alaska championship series against Fairbanks High School. The team members were Pat Wellington, Tom Cashen, John Jensen, Tony McCormick, Richard Isaak, Bob Johnson, Lou Pusich, Fred Stevens, Henry Stevens, Leonard Bowman, and coach Ken Portteous.
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The 1960 state champion Crimson Bears' basketball team. Standing left-to-right: Coach Bill Ordway, Wayne Bruce, Jim Triplette, Alan Gray, Woddy Poor, Jim Brown, Roger Grummett, Cale Shuman, Dennis Shuman, Tom Blanton, Dennis Sperl, Stu Burness, Butch Brososky. Kneeling, l-r: Manager Mike Miller, Marilyn Hanna, Linda (Kvasnikoff) Callahan, Jody (Clark) Sloan, Jackie (Triplette) Honeywell, Jim Hamilton. If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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1947 Sitka ANB, back left-to-right: coach Bill Walton, Moses Johnson, Chuck Didrickson, Roger Lang, Herb Didrickson, Al Perkins, and manager John Hope. Front l-r: statistician Bud Widmark, Jim Walton, Joe Truitt, Nick Kasakan, Ray Nielsen, and Henry Benson.
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1951 Sitka ANB (Gold Medal Team), back left-to-right: coach Bill Walton, Don Didrickson, Buddly Lang, Carl Kerr, Roger Lang, Al Perkins, and manager John Hope II. Front l-r: Joe Truitt, Arnold Didrickson, Charles Didrickson, Herbie Didrickson, and Moe Johnson.
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This photo from the Captain Lloyd H. (Kinky) Bayers Photograph Collection shows an early baseball game in progress in Juneau. Note Photo courtesy of the Alaska State Library (ASL_P127-0019).
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The "100 yards dash" during the 4th of July 1908, in Douglas. Note the front runner is in shorts with an "F" insignia on his shirt. Early fire department sports teams had F insignias, however, it is not known if this is a department runner. If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history. This photo is courtesy of the Alaska State Historical Collections (ASL-PCA-226, William Howard Case).
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The 1951 Juneau Imperials, back left-to-right: Bob Pasquan, Jim Vuille, Jim Nielson, Rod Rohrberg, Les Hogins, Howard Weed, Ken Kerny, Bill Sperling. Front l-r: Richard "Itchy" Hansen, Jack Pasquan, Terry Pegues.
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1949 Mike's Nite Owls, of Douglas, Gold Medal team, left-to-right: Jim McCormick, John Bavard, Herb Bonnett, Curtis Bach, Frank Cashen, Louie Bonnett, Doug Blanchard, Guy Russo, Jim Hickey, and Mickey Pusich.
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The 1947-48 Juneau High School Crimson Bears, standing left-to-right: Coach Les Avrit, Dave Graves, Harold Sonderland, Dudley Smithberg, "Itch" Hansen, and Rod Williams. Front l-r: Gus Adams, Bill Logan, Bill Graves, Bill Schmitz and Bill Sperling. Juneau beat Douglas this season 44-27, 41-33 and 64-28 for the Channel Series and Northern Division Title. The Crimson Bears lost to Ketchikan 46-37 and 35-31 for the Southeast Championship. The teams played a third game which Juneau won 40-25. JHS also placed second in the Gold Medal Tournament, losing only to the Ketchikan All-Stars 65-35. The five seated members of the team were known as "Four Bills And A Gus." Gus Adams currently resides in Sitka Bill Logan was known in the banking business as he ran 1st National Bank of Alaska for many years Bill Graves started, owned and operated Valley Lumber Bill Sperling is still active and resides in Seattle and Bill Schmitz was a second generation Juneauite who was born and raised here and after graduating from JHS put himself through college at the University of Washington. Schmitz was fairly prominent and active in the business community, starting and owning Schmitz & Kline C.P.A., which eventually became Schmitz & Buck C.P.A.'s where his son currently works. Bill Schmitz died last year. Gus Adams and Bill Sperling attended the funeral and spoke of the Four Bill's And A Gus from their basketball days. It is also noted that Bill Schmitz's first job, at age 5 was selling newspapers for the, then, Alaska Daily Empire. Schmitz had newsboys, or "newsies," working under him at age 7 and had saved ,000 by age 10, a lot of money at that time. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos and comments.
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The local American Legion team from 1965 0r 1966. Back row left-to-right: Dale Mizer, Terry Miller, Pat Cargill, Jim Wilde, coach Russ Lockart, unidentified, coach Dutch Derr, Fire Chief Morrison. Middle row l-r: Bruce Lockwood, Steve Calhoun, Bill Lockart, Tom Thibodeau, Guy Thibodeau, Creighton Miller. Front row l-r: Mike Notar, Al Taug, Marion Hobbs, bat boy Kevin Nielson, George Houston, Mark Wadell, Mike Fink. This photo is roughly 15 years before the first state high school baseball tournament in 2000. The Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears played their first season in 1991 and their first official high school game against Ketchikan in a five-game series at Melvin Park. Earlier baseball was basically played as preparation for American Legion Baseball and were feeder programs for the summer long club programs. If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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An early Treadwell baseball game is shown along the water front. If you have any information on early sports in the area please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. This photo is courtesy of the Alaska State Library, P525-6-24.
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This early 1900's photo shows members of the Treadwell Gun Club. If you have any information on early activities, hobbies, or sports in the area please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor or the Juneau Empire Outdoors & Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. This photo is courtesy of the Alaska State Library, P525-6-18.
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The 1954-55 All Alaska Champions, the Juneau High School Crimson Bears. The team included (in no particular order with the photo): forward Mike Grummett, guard Johnny Ebona, forward Christie Crondahl, guard Warren Powers, forward Phillip Lesher, center Pat Ness, guard Mike Wade, forward Allan Engstrom, center Dave Hollingsworth, guard Bob Jewett, manager George Playdon, assistant coach Bill Baker and coach Bill Ordway. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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An early water front football game on the Treadwell Field around 1913. If you have any information on early sports in the area please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. This photo is courtesy of the Alaska State Library, P525-6-28.
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An early baseball game on the old ball ground which is now the present site of Juneau-Douglas High School. This wide view shows a few hardy souls lounging on the bank at left, people standing along the side and assembled in the bleachers at rear center. This photo was taken by Winter And Pond and is courtesy of the Alaska State Library (ASL-P87-2907).
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1947 Petersburg Waswick & Torwick (Gold Medal Team), left-to-right: "Swede" Wasvick, Tom Thompson, Nels Otness, Ernie Enge, manager Erling Nicholson, Tommy Wanberg, Chet Olness, Ben Norhind, and Art Rosvold.
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This photo from the Winter-Pond Photo Collection and the Treadwell Historical Society shows the Natatorium swimming pool. If you have any information on the photo please contact sports@juneauempire.com. For more hitorical photos go to juneauempire.com.
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The 1913 Treadwell Football team. Photo courtesy of the Treadwell Historical Society and the Ed Andrews Photograph Collection.
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A trio of Treadwell swimmers are shown about to dive into the Natatorium Pool in the early 1900's. If you have any information on who these individuals are or any early sports in the area please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. This photo is courtesy of the Alaska State Library, P525-6-21.
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The Juneau American Legion champion team from the 1924 season. Individuals named, back row left to right: Karl Theile, President Dolly Gray, Vice President Jack Woodard, manager & center field Alexander, right field Curzon, 3rd base Henry, 1st base Sabin, left field H. J. Fisher, Umpire seated: Hanna, short stop Koski, pitcher Keaton, 2nd base and, Watts, catcher. Photo courtesy of the Alaska State Library (ASL-Juneau-Baseball-13).
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1950 Sitka Columbia Lumber (Gold Medal Team), back left-to-right: Noel Keller, Stan Westover, Gene Samuelson, coach Bob Rowland, and Carl Kerr. Front l-r: Harold Donnelly, Jim Weber, Howard Bremner, and Harry Aase.
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The Douglas baseball pennant winners of 1905: Back: Brown, Kelly, Stout, and Perry. Middle: Zimmerman, Herring, and Horner. Front: D. Cook, N. Uren, and Fred Cook.
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The 1922-23 Douglas High School Huskies. Jimming Manning is holding the basketball and coach Joe Garn is at far right. Back row left-to-right are: unknown in sweater, George Valeson, Albert Garn, unknown, unknown, coach Garn. Front l-r: unknown, Manning, unknown. The roster of this team included Ragnar Kronquist, Glenn Graves, Leslie Cashen, and Arnie Vesoja.
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1920 Sitka ANB. No names were available.
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The 1952 Sitka ANB champions, standing left-to-right: coach Bill Walton, Donald James, Harry "Buddy" Lang, Carl Kerr, Roger Lang, Al Perkins, manager John Hope. Kneeling l-r: Joe Truitt, Arnold Didrickson, Chuck Didrickson, Herb Didrickson and Moses "Mighty Mo" Johnson.
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Juneau High School's Herb Martin (6), Dave Graves and Al Carlson, at the right, battle against Ketchikan in the 1950-51 Southeastern Alaska championships in Juneau.
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1948 Petersburg Waswick & Torwick (Gold Medal Team), back left-to-right: "Swede" Wasvick, Palmer Pedersen, Tommy Wanberg, Ernie Enge, Lloyd Pedersen, Wally Swanson, and Nels Otness. Front l-r: Bill Johnson and Arnie Rosvold.
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This early photo taken by Trevor M. Davis shows the Douglas Ski Course with skiers on the snow-covered hillside. Photo is part of the Captain Lloyd H. (Kinky) Bayers Collection and is courtesy of the Alaska State Library (ASL-MS10-4-19-105). For more historic photos see the A section page 2 or go to www.juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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This photo shows the opening of the Juneau City League baseball season in Juneau on May 10th, 1925. The group portrait shows Elks, Moose, Alaska-Juneau Mine, and American Legion baseball teams at Firemen's Ball Park. Included in the photo is Grover Winn (former U.S. Commissioner) eighth from left in dark hat and bow tie "Dolly" Gray (former Juneau mayor) kneeling in front row at the extreme right wearing suit. The group of men in suits standing at left includes Governor Scott C. Bone (first) and Secretary Karl Theile (holding overcoat, third). Photo was taken by Winter & Pond and is courtesy of the Alaska State Library (ASL-P87-1134).
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This photo shows the Skagway High School basketball team posing for a Juneau studio portait in the early 1900s. Identified individuals are back row second from left Victor Selmer, second from right is Hestness, far right is Philip Olsen, kneeling left is Maurice Goding and kneeling middle is Selby Phelps. Photo is courtesy of the Alaska State Library (ASL-P87-2530, Winter and Pond Collection).
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This undated photo of the Juneau Elks' sponsored baseball team has some familiar names. Standing back row left-to-right are Roger Grummett, Don Nowacki, Keith Brown, Harry Matheny, Larry Porter, Larry Meyer, Joe Harmon, John Stuart and Bob Ramberg. Kneeling are Danny Temple, Mike Biggs, Pat Orme, John Meek, Bosco Palmer and John Pyle. These names were listed on the back of the photo. If they are incorrect please contact Juneau Empire Sports. If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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This early photo shows the Natatorium swimming pool. The photo is from the Winter-Pond Photo Collection, courtesy of the Treadwell Historical Society.
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The local American Legion team from 1965 0r 1966. Back row left-to-right: Dale Mizer, Terry Miller, Pat Cargill, Jim Wilde, coach Russ Lockart, unidentified, coach Dutch Derr, Fire Chief Morrison. Middle row l-r: Bruce Lockwood, Steve Calhoun, Bill Lockart, Tom Thibodeau, Guy Thibodeau, Creighton Miller. Front row l-r: Mike Notar, Al Taug, Marion Hobbs, bat boy Kevin Nielson, George Houston, Mark Wadell, Mike Fink. This photo is roughly 15 years before the first state high school baseball tournament in 2000. The Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears played their first season in 1991 and their first official high school game against Ketchikan in a five-game series at Melvin Park. Earlier baseball was basically played as preparation for American Legion Baseball and were feeder programs for the summer long club programs. If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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1950 Crimson Bears. Left-to-right: Coach Dade Nickol. Top: Sonny Carlson, David Graves (1), Joe Ninnis (2), Bill Sperling (7), Ray Hegstead (on Engstrom), and Jeff Pegues. Bottom row l-r: Dick Forrest, Don MacKinnon (9), Herbie Martin (6), Don Wilbur (12), Roy Peratrovich (on bottom), Jerry Wade (8), Itch Hansen (5), Rod Pegues, Hugh Doogan (3), Elton Engstrom Jr., Ralph Treffers (4). If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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Members of the Treadwell Gun Club are shown in the early 1900's. If you have any information on who these individuals are or any early sports in the area please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. This photo is courtesy of the Alaska State Library, P525-6-21.
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The 1922-23 Douglas High School girls basketball team lost three of five games to Juneau for the channel championship. Top row, left-to-right: Elizabeth Robertson, Alberta Gallwas, Sophia Anderson, Thelma Wiitanen. Middle l-r: coach Katherine Sickles, Nelma Niemela, Marie Williamson, Beth Anderson. Front l-r: Kathleen McCormick, Emma Garn, Selma Aalto. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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Action from the 1949 Gold Medal Basketball Tournament shows Sitka ANB's Al Perkins (4) jumping against Petersburg Merchants' Ernie Enge. Also shown are ANB's Herb Didrickson (10) and Moses Johnson (8). Petersburg Waswick & Torwick won the first title in 1947, Ketchikan Rockets in 1948, and Sitka ANB in 1949.
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A trio of Treadwell baseball players are shown in 1908. If you have any information on who these players are or any early sports in the area please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. This photo is courtesy of the Alaska State Library, P525-6-26.
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The 1948 Ketchikan Rockets (Gold Medal Basketball team), back left-to-right: Johnny Mills, Lars Farstad, Herman Ludwigsen, Bill Christiansen, Joe Bolduc, and Art Olson. Front l-r: Harry Ludwigsen, Larry Erickson, and Bert Doucette.
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The 1947 Southeast Champion Juneau High School Crimson Bears. Back row left-to-right: Robert Sanford, Bill Logan, Bill Graves, Dudley Smithberg, Robert "Drag" Larsen. Front row l-r: Jim Rude, Harry Aase, Herb Mead, Denny Merritt, Jack O'Connor. Not pictured is coach Barney Anderson.
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The Sitka ANB team, champions of Gold Medal basketball tournament in Juneau, 1957. Identified are Joe Truitt (man with eye patch), continuing right, Eldon Ridley (manager), Merle Williams, William L. Paul, Sr. (ANB Grand President), first man in suit to the right of team is Lawrence "Buddy Widmark Jr. (coach), kneeling from right are Merlin Oyoumick and Arnold Didrickson. Photo courtesy Sealaska Heritage Institute (PO064: ANB Grand Camp Photograph Collection).
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The boys basketball team of St. Anns circa 1951-52. Back Row, left-to-right: Jorey Rosenberger, Mike Wade, Gordie Guanzon, Fred Stevens, Sam Howard, coach Robert Thibodeau. Front Row: Joe Thibodeau, Joe Albayalde, Mike Sweeney, Jim Harmon, Frank Baxter. Youth attended St. Anns (located where Catholic Services now resides on 6th and Gold) through the 8th-grade and would play against teams from Harborview on Glacier Avenue or Capital School on Fifth Street, or the Fifth Street School. Players at St. Anns had an advantage when hosting other teams as the gym ceiling was unusually lower. The teams from St. Anns didn't need to arch their shots into the basket and could shoot anywhere after moving on. "If you had any arch to your shot you hit the ceiling," one former opponent said. "And they had a good chance of beating us." If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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The 1949 Crimson Bears: Left-to-right: Coach Dade Nickol, Jerry Majorty, Harold Sunderberg, Dave Graves, Itch Hansen, Bill Mickel, Milton Schultz, Gus Adams, Bill Graves, Bill Sperling, and Rod Pegues. If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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The 1920-1921 Douglas High School girls basketball team. Back row, left-to-right: Kathleen McCormick, Nora Mattson, Elizabeth Feusi, Una Crowe, Thelma Wiitanen. Front l-r: Nelma Niemela, Myrna Bland, Selma Aalto, Mary Vesoja, Emma Garn. If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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1940-41 Juneau High School Crimson Bears player Lee Lucas
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Juneau High School principal Les Avrit, seated at far left, watches the Crimson Bears' Elton Engstrom (7), and Herb Martin (6) battle against Ketchikan in the 1950-51 Southeastern Alaska championships in Juneau.
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The 1948 Metlakatla VFW Gold Medal Basketball team, back row left-right: Irving Leask, Tom Atkinson, Frank Solten, Jeff David, Ed Atkinson, Frank Hayward. Front l-r: Coach Charles Buchert, Joe Hayward, Romey Atkinson.
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1948 Mt. Edgecumbe High School. Back left-to-right: Jim Austin, Carl Swenson, Archie Cavanaugh, Gil Truitt, and Richard Stitt. Front l-r: Coach Clyde Larabee, Corky Casey, Dundee Atkinson, Franklin Williams, Fred Williams, and manager Tim Chernoff.
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This studio portrait by Winter & Pond shows an early boys baseball team with the boy at left holding a championship trophy. Photo is courtesy of the Alaska State Library (ASL-P87-2520).
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The 1940-41 Juneau High School boys basketball team are shown with their Southeast Alaska Championship trophy. The varsity team were (hopefully left-to-right) Hallie Rice, Donald Murphy, Jack McDaniel, Sam Martin, Alex Miller, John Bavard, Lee Lucas, Eddie Nielsen and coach P.T. Lindenheyer. The team were Channel Champs over Douglas but lost the City League Title to the Juneau Fire Department.
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The 1953-54 Douglas Huskies. A year after winning the Southeast title the Huskies graduated four senior starters. These players made up the team that was looking to defend the crown. Standing left-to-right: Manager Gil Bonnett, Don Niemi, Louie Pusich, Bob Johnson, Tony McCormick, coach Dick McCormick. Kneeling l-r: Henry Stevens, Irving Igtanloc, Leonard Bowman, Fred Stevens, Richard Pusich, and McGee. Read about the 1952-53 Huskies in tomorrow's sports.
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1952-53 Douglas High School cheerleaders Maria Worobec and Judy Niemi.
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Roger Grummett, age 16, bats in the 1958 All-Alaska Departmental 3-out-of-5 American League baseball championship at Juneau's Fireman's Field, the site of the current Federal Building. The Auke Bay American Legion Post 25 lost the series to Fairbanks. Photo taken by Joseph W Alexander, courtesy of Roger Grummett.
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This photo by Case & Draper shows the Skagway B.P.O.E. baseball team at Juneau on May 30, 1907, standing in front of the bleachers. Photo is courtesy of the Alaska State Library (ASL-P226-179) and is from the William R. Norton photograph colection. If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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This photo from the early 1920's shows Tlingit native Jimmy Manning (second from left) between some of his Douglas High School teammates and next to athletes from (possibly) Juneau High School and Wrangell. Manning was known as "Alaska's Jim Thorpe" because of his all-around athletic abilities. At one time Sandy Beach was named Jimmy Manning Park. If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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Look out St. Louis, Washington, New York, Baltimore, San Francisco, Cincinnati, Detroit, and Oakland, these are the real champs! The Treadwell Mines team of 1915 were league champions. If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.
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The 1958 All-Alaska Departmental 3-out-of-5 American League baseball championship at Juneau's Fireman's Field, the site of the current Federal Building. The Auke Bay American Legion Post 25 is standing on the right and the Fairbanks team is on the left. Photo taken by Joseph W Alexander, courtesy of Roger Grummett.
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The flag-raising ceremony at the opening of the 1929 baseball season on May 12 in Juneau. If you have any information on this photo or any other early sports in the area or other historical tidbits please call the Juneau Empire Sports Editor, Outdoors Editor, or Online Editor. See daily historical photos on page A2 and in Sports. For more historical photos go to Juneauempire.com. The Juneau Empire is celebrating a "Century of the Empire" and is encouraging readers to submit old photos, comments or information on the areas rich history.

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