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punting and passing, kittenball and tug-O-war. For the girls
less strenuous events were scheduled, such as baseball throw,
kittenball and basketball throw, 50 yard dash,relays and broad
jumg, A group of High School girls also had a good kittenball
Some fine records were set in the high school events.They
were shot putt, won by Leo Smith, 52 feet, l inch, broad june,
Leo Smith, 15 feet, 9 inches, pole vault, Frederick Schaefer
7 feet,l inch, lOO yard dash,Paul Erie, 12 secondsg high jump.
Leo Smith,55 feet, cock fight, Urban Heimerg football punting,
Carleton Johnson, football passing, Leo Smith.
The high school girls winning first places were: kitten
ball throw, Virginia Beck, ll2 feet: basketball throw, Daisy
Meister, 44 feet,6 inchesg 50 yard dash, June Otto, 8 seconds,
standing broad jump, Margaret Wilkey, 6 feet,5 inches, running
broad jump, June Otto, ll feet.
Beside these first prizes, second and third prizes were
awarded. The winners were presented with ribbons.
Everyone was happy, but was ready to quit when the busses
arrived at 4 o'clock. The teachers were also ready to retire
after a day of fine management to make this field day a big
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he first annual field day was held at the Adams
N16 High S chool on May 17. All students from the
I first grade up through the twelfth grade
bpd put aside their books and spent the day.
A program of events was planned by Mr. Glesne and each
teacher was put in charge of a group.M1ss Westman had chgrge
of the first and second grsdcs.Miss Sanders third and fourth,
Miss Brand fifth and slxth, Mr. Hatle and Miss Jones seventh
and eighth grade boys. Miss Bataldln the seventh and eighth
qfsde girls. Miss Christensen and Miss Larson the high school
gurls and Mr. Glesne the high school boys.
,The day was very hot,and many got their first good sun-
burn, but the day was made more interesting by dividing the
school into two sides, the purple versus the gold. These are
our school colors.T he two sides competed against each other
throughout the day and points were g1ven,toognd at the end of
each hour, points were given to Superintendent Sorknes, and
they were recorded on a black board outside thebuilding where
everyone could see which side was ahead.It a was a sad ending
for the purple as the gold won the day with a score of 594
points to 295 for the purple, Nevertheless the purple still
held very good sportsmanship.
'Events participated in by the lower grades , were dodge
ball, relays, basketball throw, kittenball throw, broad Jump,
rope Jumping, races, and tug-o-war, For the junior and senior
high boys there were such events as shot putt, broad Jump,
high Jump, pole vault, cook fight, 100 yard dash, football
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