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Page 226 text:
Here's the man "hard luck" seemed to
follow around. Terry started at Armour
last fall after spending his first two
years at the University of Wisconsin.
He played basketball with one of Madi-
son's crack teams. As soon as practice
started it was easy to see that there
was excellent basketball material in
Terry. Not only did he play a good
floor game, but he also possessed a good
eye for the basket. Just after practice
started Terry was taken ill and missed
about three weeks' practice. He came
back to practice and just before Christ-
mas had his nose broken while practic-
ing. This layed him up another month
but after that he played regular and
made good. Terry's ever smiling face
rgiaade him a friend of the entire student
EARL BUSCH, '26
Earl joined th ranks rather late in the
season but immediately displayed good
basketball ability. He was tried out at
guard and performed well. His stick-
to-it-iveness was admired by all. Earl
is a freshman and with this year's ex-
perience he should have no trouble in
obtaining a regular berth on the Varsity
for his remaining three years.
Another player was seen upon the
floor this year in the form of Lee. Lee
had not had much basketball experience
before coming to Armour, but he was
anxious to learn the game and came
through with the goods after a little
coaching from the men who had had
more experience. He will be back again
and will be a man to be reckoned with
in picking the team next season.
Coffey made a great utility man be-
cause he was at home in any position on
the fioor. He could play all positions
equally well. Coffey has basketball abil-
ity and with a little more experience, he
will have no trouble in making a name
for himself on the basketball fioor.
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S. JOSEPH McLAREN, '26
"Joie" is the other half of the McLaren
combination and is one of the new boys
on the team. From the first day that
Joe was out for practice he displayed
varsity caliber. He is a product of the
Austin High School and knows the game
from A to Z. Very few men of Joe's
size have the fight and power that he
possesses. "Joie" was that factor of
success that is not always to be found
in athletes-that of keeping' his head.
This very thing' has made him get the
best of men twice his size. We are
sure that McLaren will have a success-
ful season next year because everything
is in his favor.
ROBERT P. GAYLORD, '25
fCaptain-elect and Centerj
This was Gaylord's first year on the
team and he certainly made quite a name
for himself. He invariably got the
jump on his opponent and could place
the tip-off with surprising accuracy.
"Bob" had a good eye for the basket and
his special shot was in coming through
center on the out-of-bounds play. He
worked well in the long' pass game be-
cause of his height. Gaylord was Well
liked by all of his team mates because
of his good nature and willingness to
help. We are all glad to know that he
will be with us again next year and
know that it will be his best season.
ALFRED S. DANZIGER, '26
"Danny" was another new man and
from the first day he appeared for prac-
tice he was considered one of the gang.
"Danny" learned basketball at Cedar
Rapids and lea1'ned it right. While at that
institution he played on the Midwestern
Championship team. "Al" is a fighter
and any of his opponents will assure you
of this fact. He has an excellent eye for
the basket and plays the fioor in fine
shape. His stellar playing' against Notre
Dame is worthy of mention. "Danny"
has one rival tho, and he is Valentino.
Dans Htoreodor trousers" put him in the
race with Rudolph.
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