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Page 136 text:
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If he could have been out for track
ger, "Big Ben" would have been tops in
e 440 yard dash.
won his letter running on the relay
Randall won the pole vault, tied for second
in the high jump, and took fourth in the
broad jump in the city meet. This is
Randall's last year, and his loss will be a
Ulm, junior member of the relay team,
also won the 440 yard dash. Ulm has an-
other year and should be a sensation.
Gene, a senior, placed second in the discus
and third in the low-hurdles. He is a regu-
lar fellow and a swell athlete, and we hate
to see him leave.
Gable was sick during the city meet, but
lettered in the district by running on the
winning relay team. This was his first and
last year on the team and his loss will be felt
Jimmy won the broad jump in the city
this year. Jimmy will return next year
and should be one of the mainstays in the
R. J. BURROUGHS
R. was unable to run in the city meet
because of sicknessg but he won his letter in
the district meet running on the relay team.
This is his last year with the Leopards.
Winning second place in the mile run is
no small feat for a sophomore, and so great
things are expected from Jack in the next
Page Om' Hundred Thirty-Two
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The 1936 track team, coached by Winton E. "Pop', Noah, won the City Track
Meet with 65 1X5 points to the nearest competitor's 33 1f5. Hanszen was high-point-
man with 15 points and Brower was third with 12 1f4. D. C. Nolen, captain, broke
the eleven year old record in the 220-low hurdles. Other letter men were: Ulm, Ryan,
Wise, Linehan, Campbell, Gable, Burroughs, and Loring. The Leopard team also won
the district and regional championships and are rated as favorites in the State. Beth
Thompson was chosen Cinder Sweetheart of the track team.
D. C. No1.E N
D. C., captain of the team,
played an outstanding part in
the winning of 1936 honors.
He broke the 220-low hurdle
city record, and scored high
in every meet.
Brower, a senior speed
demon, was second high point
man in the city meetg win-
ning the 220 yard dash, scor-
ing second in the 100 yard
dash and broad jump, be-
sides being :i member of the
winning relay team.
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Gene, running his last year
for the Blue and White, was
high-point-man in the city
meet, winning the high-
hurdles, low hurdles. and
Page Um' H11lm'r'ml Thirty-One'
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This year marked a glorious revival in our
school spirit, and in this revival, our cheer leaders
played no small part. They led thelstudent
body in enthusiasm, and contributed great en-
couragement to the teams.
W. H. Adamson High School appreciates its
cheer leaders of 1935-Lois Hamilton, Lyal
Sneed, Sybil Roan, Chal Linn, Colyar Phillips,
and Lucas Girraputo-and regrets that at least
four of them will have to be supplanted next
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