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Front rwwileft to rightl Ronnie Babbitt, Fuzzy Thurston,D1ck Thurston,
Chuck Rasmussen, Everett Lowry, Glen Shafer, Dick Radisewita.
Second rowC1eft to right? Coach Tom Lehman, Don Kersten, Dennis Weeks,
Roger Thompson, Jim Underwood, Dennis Reiter, Bruse Kleist, Bill Glassbrenner
Manager Bob Thomoson.
Front rowileft to right! Bill Glassbrsnner, Bruce Kleist, Jim Underwood,
Dennis Reiter, Dennis Weeks.
Second rowfleft to rightl Coach Tom Lehman, Gerald Lampmen, Gary Shilling,
Ralph Huggins, Don Kereten, Manager Bob Thompson.
Page 86 text:
The Altoona Cagers, Coached by Tom Lehman, opened the season by
defeating Mondovi 4 -37, They ended the season with a well earned
Victory over a strong Elk Mound quint 69-61.
During the course of the season we defeated Cornell, Cadott,
Fall Creek, and Gilman each twice. Elk Mound, Boycevills, St. Pats,
Augusta, McDonnell, Thorp each fell at the hands of the cinderman once.
We dropped three season games to such great teams as McDonnell, Thorp,
and St. Pats. After the season was over we met Thorp at Thorp for
the championship of the Cloverbelt. We were defeated by a great bunch
of boys 58-A5.
Season scoring honors were well divided among the first five. But
Chuck Rasmussen playing some inspiring ball led the Railroaders with a
total of 35? just 8 points short of a season record set by Gene Musolf.
Musolf's total was 355. Rasmussen was followed by lanky Ev Lowry with
261, Fuzzy Thurston with 182, Dick Thurston h1snCous' with 163, and
Dick Radisewltz with lb2. Ronnie Babbitt and Roger Thompson led the
subs with 60 and 59 respectively.
Altoona entered the District tournament with an impressive record,
of 15-3. Playing Granton in their first contest we easily defeated them
by 68-39. Then the railroaders playing brillant ball defeated a
great Elk Mound quint 59-b7. While we were derailing Elk Mound, Fall
Greek was trampling Fairchild, this meant we would meet a great team
from Fall Creek in the finals on Saturday night. We defeated Fall Creek
in the finals 68-36 as the cinderman displayed some of the well played
ball they were capable of playing.
We then met Fountain Bity, winner of the Mondovi District at Mond-
ovi for the right to see who would enter the sectional at Menomonie.
Our season was brought to a abrupt halt by a fighting, Fountain City
team. Everything went wrong! We lost four men via fouls, missed
twenty free throws, and generally played way below par. We had hopes
of going further but our dreams were bhnished and Fountain C1ty's hopes
Th' 'B' Squad has had a very succussful season this year, losing
four out of 18 games. Such well earned victories were over McDonnell,
Thorp, and St. Pats each twice. The only team to defeat us twice this
Yelr was Cornell. There was nc outstanding individual as all of the
first five contributed to the score. Glassbrenner, Underwood, Weeks,
will be of good aid to the 'A' squad next year. Reiter and Kleist are
the only B squaders to d t . W 1 X -
ful season next year. gra ua e e are oo ing for A very success
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