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T k Class B Gym Club ti Gym Club Has Successful Season C t ' he Lincoln Gym Club as usual was an ex- ceedingly strong outfit. After nabbing- all their dual meets and the Northern League affair, the local monkeymen were shut out with a mere 10 points in the city semi-finals. Under the guidance of Coach Jim Tunney, who pinch-hit for Coach Livernash, the Abes again dominated the rope climb. The initial meet of the season found the Tiger gymnasts handing Garfield a decisive thumping with Jimmy Garbo contributing 20 points towards the worthy cause. Franklin, Belmont, and Roosevelt all felt the swat of the Tiger gymnasts. In the latter meet Ware emerged with high-point honors by grabbing fourteen points. Following closely were Jimmy Garbo and Captain Boogroff with thirteen and ten points respectively. Although pocketing but one first, the Abes cashed in on enough place spots to clinch the Northern league meet with forty-eight and a half markers. The Tigers faired rather badly in the City semi-finals however, when they were forced to be content with ten points, which was good for fifth place. One llutninil Fiflfiii
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u Tennis Team j Tennis Team Has Tough Season rHE tennis team, with only a few seasoned veterans back, was decidedly weak. Under the leadership of Captain Richard Benner, the gummed ball artists just couldn ' t offer enough competition for the rival teams. The first match of the season found the local racket wielders blanked 25 to by Bel- mont. Bob Wilson, playing first singles, was treated rather shabbily by his old school mates. Franklin, with its invincible Bobby Riggs playing first doubles, was next to pounce upon the weak Bengal team, and heartlessly snow them under, 22 to 0. Four matches remained on the schedule for the Abes, and needless to say they showed a marked improvement over their earl y-season defeats. The squad lined up with Bob Wilson playing first singles; Walter Fon, second singles; Capt. Benner, third singles; Bill Han- na, fourth singles; Jake Lomkin and George Simon, first doubles ; and Richard McGuire and Bill Kawahara, second doubles. Coach J. J. McFarlane did a fine job with the squad, and with several of the boys return- ing next year, a more successful season is pre- dicted. One Hundred Fnurtern
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The Lettermen ' s Society rO represent one ' s school on the athletic field, honorably, cleanly, and well, is to bring honor and service to that school, whether victory or defeat is the reward. The " L " society, composed of Lincoln athletes who have earned their letters in some competitive sport, is both a service and an honor organization, to which any Lincoln boy who loves clean sport may well aspire to mem- ship in. Under the leadership of Ralph Stanley, the " L " society, last year, regained its lost pres- tige. Lloyd Warner was vice-president, and Ima Yoshimura held the offices of secretary and treasurer. The spring semester found John Valazza being elected president ; Frank Fitzgerald, vice- president; George Murakami, secretary, and Jimmy Garbo, treasurer. The highlights of the two semesters were the " L " banquets, attended by both girl and boy " L " winners. With Coach Frank Malette sponsoring the gi ' oup, the " L " society boasts a membership of some of the most outstanding young men at Lincoln. One Hundred Sixteen
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