While the gathering was not as large as had been expected, those present were enthusiastic as to the prospects for the present season. Encouraged by a good attendance at the game last Saturday, many suggestions were made with a view of bolstering the number of fans to a still greater extent.
There are several boys entered in the ticket-selling contest, which is under the supervision of Adam Paton. The ambitious boys and girls are striving hard to secure votes, which are given on the basis of a certain number of votes to each ticket sold.
Plans were formulated for a prize distribution to be made before Christmas. Details may be procured from any of the Boosters. Robert McCurley is in charge of this work.
James A. Hart heads a committee in charge of plans for an old-fashioned carnival to be held during the third week of October.
A board of governors was named to assist the officers and represent members during the season as follows: Messrs. Michell, Hart, Bennett, Paton, McCurley, Pepper, Lambert, Davis, Gonzales, Scott, Chamberlin, Biggs, Lewis, Farmbaugh, Clarke, Waite, Weeks, Barch, Beatty, Morgan, Daniels, Young, Kresge, Coffe, Reiner, Bieber, McKelvey, Gladding, Salmon, Gross, Sanborn and Speilmann.
The next meeting of the club will be held Tuesday evening, September 20, at the City Band Hall, 432 Main Street. The meeting will get underway at 8 o’clock. The projected carnival will be the chief topic for discussion.