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JUNIOR HIGH TOURNAMENT
The Junior High Tournament was held in Lyle with
five teams competing.
The first game 'found Lyle playing Elkton. Elkton
fought hard the entire game, but the taller Lyle 'team
won by the score of 24-lO.
The second game was played by Hayfield and St.
Ansgar, Iowa. Hayfield showed more experience and
better ball handling and won over St. Ansgar ll-18.
In the third game Adams encountered Lyle. Lyle
was defeated 24-9 after a :ard fougnt battle.
The Consolation game was played in the evening
with Lyle tripping St. Ansgar 18-ll.
In the Championship game, Hayfield tangled with
Adams. The game was close at the nalf, but after the
half Adams epurted ahead to win 27-14. The trophy was
presented to the Adams team.
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1 Febru ry 12, the Adams Quint, keeping possession
of the lend gained in the initial quarter, batted down
the Elkton Cagcrs on the home floor 53 to 21 to add
another victory to this season's record.
February 19, the Adams Cagers administered the
second defeat of the sefson to Spring Valley with a
score of 50-18. The game was played at Spring Valley.
Februnry 26, found the Adims eQuint pliying the
list game of the season, on the home floor, against
Hayfield. Adams was upset 52-44.
The Sub-district Tournament meet was held at Adams
with five teens competing.
- In the opening gene, LeRoy efsily defeeted Elkton.
Then Adams lost to Spring Valley, whom we had previ-
ously dofeeted twice during the season. The Spring
Valley boys were hot, and seeking revenfe for the fumes
previously lest. The Adams boys eouldn't seem to hit
the net and were defeated 27-59.
The ml hty Grand Meadow team efsily deferted
In the Conselition game, Adims encountered LeRoy,
and in e hard fought battle lost 27-29.
The Chfmpienship Qfme was played with Grand Meadow
and Spring Valley seeking the honors. The flashy Lark
team downed Spring Valley after e stiff fieht.
Then the trophies were awarded, Grand Mcedow re-
ceiving the Championship trowhy and Spring Valley the
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The Pep Club of '42 and '43 was brought together ,
for the first time, December 9, 1942. A large attend-
ance was present. Many new faces were there among the
many familiar ones of last year.
Under the supervision of Miss Christiansen, Mar-
ion Smith, last years president, brought the meeting
to order. The first thing that was done was the ilect-
ion of new officers. They were as follows! President,
Florian Wagnerg Vice-President, LeDonna Johnsong Secre-
tary, Luverne Johnsong Treasurer, Catherine Brewer.
Florain, after being elected, took charge of the
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The purpose of this club is to get people out to
more of the basketball games. Good attendance and co-
operation gives a good impression of the school. We
are looking forward to a large
of the gas rationing that will
of us from coming to the games.
Due to the sugar rationing,
sell candy as we have done in
hope to be able to sell popcorn.
prevent a large number
we will not be able to
previous years. We do
We hope the venture
will be successful enough to warrant its continuation
at the next basketball game.
Another thing discussed was the fact that we
should get some sort of a identification or pennant, so
all the members of the Pep Club will be known, We may
not be able to get them because of the war, Some of
the members of the Pep Club ordered pennants last year,
and they have not yet received them.
2 Hazel Bell
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