Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, September 14, 1922
Participants in big First Aid meet held at Black Diamond. Group picture of all teams in First Aid meet: Left to right, front row: Ed Kaminsky, Ed Poch, Robert Wallace, I.L. Clarke, George Kothe, Mark Bowers, B.F. Snook, George Halliday, W. P. Bowie, Harold Lloyd, E. Wendt, J.H. O’Reilly. Second row, Ted Rouse, S.B. Potts, Arthur Strankeman, G.L. Edwards, F.A. Connell, Theo Gustofson, C.W. Eidemiller, Alfred Waites, R. Signani, R. Moar, Ed Dichaud, J. McKim, G.M. MacMillan, George F. Schanz. Back row, Martin Taylor, Walter Pogota, L.W. Emery, Thomas Steele, John Eck, Syd Evans, Gus Edstrom, Thos. Chadbourne, J. Craugey, Jack Kimmaman.
Issaquah made almost a clean sweep of the prizes at the postponed First Aid meet at Black Diamond on last Sunday afternoon, winning first place in all but one event.
As with the Mine Rescue tests held at Burnett on the previous Monday, however, the contests were remarkably close, Burnett, Newcastle, Black Diamond, Fairfax and Carbonado, the other teams entered in the competition, all receiving high scores.
A difference of less than five points separated the lowest from the highest team in any of the problems, and in no instance did any of the entrants receive a rating below 90 percent. Continue Reading »