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Far Left: FOUR! Lance Kaeberle shows the proper golt swing as he tees off toward the green. Left: DECISIONS, DECISIONS. Deciding which club to use is the first order of business before hitting the ball. Jeff Stratton and Pat Hansen make their choice. Lower Left: NICE CHIP. Jamie Grant reacts to his chip shot to the green. Below: PLAY THE BREAK. Jeff Bates studies the line of his putt at the putting green at the lowa State golf course. vite Front: Jamie Grant, Mike Kennedy, Pat Hansen, Tim Doug Lee, Lance Kaeberle, Frank Andrews, Dave Johnson, Hogan, Jeff Bates, Jeff Stratton. Back: Dave Rebarcak, Gary Prange. 137 Boys' Golf
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= ساد Inconsistent. If you were to describe the boys' golf team's season in one word it would have to be inconsistent. " |t was a disappointing year,” remarked senior Pat Hansen. ''Things didn't go the way we wanted. " We didn't seem to improve the way the other teams did,” added senior Jeff Stratton. ‘‘We played well in some meets and very badly in others,” said coach David Hartman. ''At conference and sectionals we were definitely off.” The golf team ended the season at 5-5-1. They were led by senior Pat Hansen, a three year varsity letterwinner and number one man on the team all season. “We had eight kids who were all pretty even and we could only use five,” said Hartman. ‘‘Our depth was great but it couldn't be used.’’ Hartman listed Jamie Grant, Mike Kennedy, Dave Rebarcak, Doug Lee, Jeff Stratton, Lance Kaeberle and Steve Schmidt as other top golfers. Hartman included the Marshalltown and Newton meets among the highlights of the season. Senior Steve Schmidt summed up the season, ''| was disappointed with the way | played but | had a good time and I enjoyed playing with the team. "
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138 Girls Golf " Golf is a total individual sport; it's taught me to depend on myself,” said sophomore Susan Liming. ''My parents love to golf and it is something that we enjoy as a family, " added senior Julie Carlson. For various reasons the Girls' Golf Team headed out to the links for another season of d riving, chipping and putting. As the SPIRIT went to press, the girls had compiled a 2-2 dual record. Weather played havoc with the schedule as three of the 7 initial meets were cancelled. " We missed those first meets but more importantly we missed an awful lot of practice time in those weeks,” explained senior Louise Johnson. HEAL SWINGERS Inset: LADY DRIVER. Careful not to lose sight of her Low team scoring was led by seniors Kris Nass and Louise Johnson in what one team member called a ''topsy-turvy start.” “When we played good we were very good, and when we played bad . . " cringed Carlson. The team was really inexperienced with only two returning letter winners (Nass and Johnson) and only two others were on last year's squad. ''It was good to have five sophomores on the team because they'll gain valuable experience for later years,” commented Coach Bob Heiberger. " We have a lot of fun in golf,” chuckled sophomore Gail Ganske, ''We're a bunch of real swingers.’ e e ٠ . ` NC a ch 7. y s drive, Kris Nass picks up her tee and begins 2 " av Gy ۹ھ وپ golf match. سس 7 1 Jy d Va: áj Iam x —Tym - " 0 - Im " می på بر Kë و TWO U WEE E GIRLS GOLF do RR Valley South East Polk Boone North Polk
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