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ROW 1: Joe Giambelluca, Sam Corapi Mr.
Hulmes fCoachJ. ROW 2: Dick Ciaccio, Carl
Buehler, Larry Christiansen, Ed Burke, Jack
Cirrincione, Dick Anderson, Gerald Gilbert, Bill
Culverson, Jules Aronson.
Doug Williams, Chuck Schroder, Cliff Ward,
Jerry Seagren, Lee Sparks, Gene Walz, Doug
Wallace, Gary Shales, Fred Weaver, Mr. Hulmes
EIGHTH GRADE BA KETBAL
FRONT ROW: Bill Scarritt, Herb Mullinox, Mr. Niemi
fCoachJ. SECOND ROW: Bill Parlasca, Jim Payne, Bill
Sandberg, Harold Rowe, La Verne Olson, Bob Pawlak, George
McNabney, John Ross, Bruce Phelps.
The final standings would seem to indicate this is rather
a lean year for the Abbott eighth graders. If .ludged on the
basis of wins and losses this is probably true. However, with
no less than 48 boys contributing to the welfare ofthe four
teams, one can readily see there was no lack of interest in
this group. The same is indicated by the many loyal followers
and cheerleaders who backed the boys at each game.
It should be recorded that this was certainly a season of
exciting ball games, many being settled by one or two points.
In Fact, Abbott teams were involved in four overtime games,
which is probably a record.
Zephyrs 7 4
Eagles 5 5
Blackhawks 4 7
Ramblers I 9
Z E P H Y R S:
Karl, Tom Hickey, Mr. Hulmes QCoachJ.
Jerry Hulke, Tom Grant, Leonard Leetzow, jerry Hud
gens, Bill Johnston, Greg Koon, Jerry Marshall, Denton