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,Even though our first team has had stiff competition
this year, we can boast of the fine record of the Second
Out of 15 games played, they bowed to ppponents only
From this record we are looking forward to an out-
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The Junior High team was outstanding in getting to
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they defeated Elkton and Hayfield. They lost to the win-
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found a smooth team.to compete'with and lost to Ellendale.
We hope there were no hard feelings between Coach G.Glesne
of Ellendale and Coach M. Glesne of Adams.
February sixth marks the date of Adams over-powering
the Spring Valley team by the score of 28 to 21 in a hard
The next game was played here with LeRoy on February
tenth. After a hard close-played game, the Adams team was
forced to yield to a score of 24 to 50.
Grand Meadow vs. Adams, here, was the next game on
schedule. This game was another thriller. It was an un-
lucky Friday the thirteenth for our. team. At the end,
we were on the short end of the score, 41-45.
February seventeenth is the date Lyle was Adams' host.
In a hard fought game Adams scored only 28 points to 58
On February twentieth, Elkton was again our guest.
Adams rolled up 56 points, while Elkton picked up only 55
The Sub-district Tournament was held at LeRoy. The
first night, Adams drew a bye.
The second night of the tournament,Adams tangled with
Spring Valley. Both teams were out to seek a trip to the
District Tournament at Albert Lea. That being an Hoff
nightu for Adams, Spring Valley emerged with a three point
The third night Adams played with LeRoy for Consola-
tion honors. Our squad, however, was unable to outplay the
LeRoy squad and were defeated 26-56.
Grand Meadow took the Sub-district title.
This year our team was unfortunate in winning only a
few games, but when the game was over the opponents always
knew that they had been in a basketball game.
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FIRST ROW4-Kathleen Karsburg, Doris Hansen,Florian Wagner,
Lorraine Levasseur, Ruth Berg, Dorothy Torger-
son, Patrica Erokenbrack.
SECOND ROW-Elsie Wood, Cordelia Whitney, Shirley Tolstead,
Arlene Hagen, Luverne Johnson, Genevieve Bar-
. thelme, Edythe Stern.
THIRD ROW--Marion Smith, Marjorie Duggan, Lorraine Meyers,
Maxine Peterson, Jean Ross, Donnis Osmundson,
Rah! Rah! Rah! Adams High Sohool!Th1s is the theme of
the Adams Pep Club, which held its first meeting in Sep-
tember 1941. Officers were namely: Marion Smith, lpresil
dentg Lorraine Meyers, vice-presidentgF1orian Wagner, seo-
retaryg and Luverne Johnson, treasurer: Every Wednesday at
1:45, we held our meeting in the home economics room.
The Pep Club's aim is to lead a cheering section which
backs up the football and basketball boys at the games,es-
peoially the ones that are played in our home gymnasium.
A bus has been taken several times this year in order to
show our support at out of town games, also.
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