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Page 43 text:
Back Row KL to RJ Warren Schwartz Robe1+Rpckwoodg Holland Reidel fldgr I
James 0'Kee!e, Roland Volkman fMgr I Don Sorenson, Paul Leland
Front Row I L to RJ James Schroeder, Don Radisevitz, Robert Schilling, Gene
Musolf Robert Berg, James Wookington, Jack Musoli
Back Row CL to RJ Robert Rask Leo Larson, Warren Schwartz Loren Walker,
Front Row CL to RD Don Sorenson James O'Keefe Robert Rockwood Kenneth
Thompson Paul Leland
Page 45 text:
The Altoona Cagers, coached by Luther Kopplin opened the season
on November 12 by whipping Alma 57 35 and ended the season with an im
presslve victory over the St Pat's Irish 44 39
During the course of the season, Altoona acquired victories over
Osceola Thorp, Cornell Augusta, Cadott, St Pats, Fall Creek, Gilman,
Boyd and dropped two defeats at the hands of Fall Creek and St Pats
Season scoring honors went to Gene Musolf with 355 points, follow
ed by Bob Schilling with 177, Bob Berg with 123 Don Radlsewitz with 80
Gene Musolf lead the Cloverbelt Conference in individual scoring
by dumping 152 pomts in seven games for an average of 21 8 points per
game He also broke the school scoring record for one game by scoring
28 points in the Cadott game
Altoona entering the district tournament with a record of 18 Wins
and 2 defeats playing Osseo in the first game and defeated them by the score
of 47 to 27 'I'hen on Friday night the Rallroaders roared on the trample
Whitehall 49 to 33 While we were trampling Whitehall, Fall Creek was
thumping Independence which meant that we would meet Fall Creek for
championship On Saturday night, we completely outclassed Fall Creek for
the championship by a score of 50 to 25
We then met Eleva, the winner of the Mondovl championship, in a
play off to see who would enter the Eau Claire sectional which we won easily
by a score of 51 23
Meeting Menomon1e's unbeaten Indians in the first game of the
sect1ona1, Altoona turned back the Warriors by a score of 45 43 After a
hard fought battle We met Blair the following night for the championship
and the right to represent this district at Madison in the state tournament
All hopes vanished with Blair toppling the Clndermen 46 38
Jim Wookmgroh with eo, and Jim Schroeder fouohing with 52. '
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