Frank Hardy Made My Photographs Two

PHS Basball From The 1960’s …

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I do not know who these PHS baseball players are, but I just thought that they look interesting.  The football stadium in the background looks out of place, now I believe that this whole area has been paved and made into a parking lot.

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No idea who the pitcher is, but it looks as if the football team is practicing in the background.

PHS Baseball Coach_Haines_RTP_1_9_13 SFW

This is Coach Shorty Ward, I had put Coach Haines originally, and someone corrected me, which is what I hope you will do will I misappropriately identify someone or some place  .  I know that my father thought a lot of the man and any time that his name is mentioned, everyone speaks very highly of the Coach.  But for that matter of fact, any time that a PHS coach is mentioned, no matter how tough he might have been, all of their ex-players hold them in high regards.  That is it for baseball now, I have many more that I plan to post but most of them are not in good condition.  Thanks for looking … Frank

Written by Frank Hardy

January 13, 2013 at 10:30 am

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  1. 1st baseman is Osmond Howe (’60). Pitcher is Tom Markham (’60). Coach is not Jimmy Haynes. I’m pretty sure that it’s Charlie Stokes (possibly “Shorty” Ward ).


    Norm Hughes PHS Class of 1960

    January 15, 2013 at 10:17 pm

    • I could not think of Coach Ward … I will get around to changing it. Thanks again and please check back … Frank


      Frank Hardy

      January 26, 2013 at 9:11 am

  2. The photo identified as Coach Haines I believe is actually Coach Daniel Ward.


    Bob Hastings

    January 15, 2013 at 3:24 pm

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