|Title:||Winning His "Y": A Story of School Athletics (Yardley Hall series #3)|
|Publisher:||D. Appleton and Company|
|Tags:||adventure, boys, fiction, sports, school stories|
Dan Vinton, roommate Gerald Pennimore, and their schoolmates at Yardley Hall are back again for more adventures as well as athletic and scholastic achievements. In this installment, Dan and friends work to get Gerald into the Cambridge debating society, after a rival keeps him out the prior year.
Cross country is the main sport this time around, but Mr. Barbour touches on the school's football, hockey and basketball activities. Gerald's father, a benefactor of the school, has donated a cross-country trophy cup to be awarded to the winner of a series of meets between arch-rivals Yardley Hall and Broadwood Academy. But the cup is stolen, and our heroes race against time to solve the mystery and retrieve the trophy. Will it be found? [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Barbour, Ralph Henry
Ralph Henry Barbour (November 13, 1870 – February 19, 1944) was an American novelist, who primarily wrote popular works of sports fiction for boys. In collaboration with L. H. Bickford, he also wrote as Richard Stillman Powell, notably Phyllis in Bohemia. Other works included light romances and adventure.
During his career, Barbour produced more than 100 novels as well as a number of short stories.--Wikipedia.
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