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Page 155 text:
ROW 1-A. Williams. R. Johnson, G. Hattiex. G. Gordon. ROW 2-W. Mayes. D. Bown, J. Luety, H. Payne. J. Lomax.
ROW 3-J. Freeman. E. Davidson. J. Walker, R. Clayton. W. House.
This year saw our Varsity wrestling squad competing in a tough conference. As the
season progressed Beloit had few bright spots until the sectional meet. Here the Purple
qualified four men in the state tournament. These grapplers were: Adolph Williams, Rus-
sell Johnson, William House, and George Hattiex. At the state level Johnson gained
fourth and House third in their respective weight classifications.
Receiving major letter awards this year for their work under Coach Ken Currier were:
Jack Freeman, George Hattiex, William House, Russell Johnson, Hall Payne, James Wal-
ker. and Adolph Williams. Minor letters went to: Dale Bown, Eliza Davidson, Gerald Gor-
don, James Luety, Walter Mayes, Joe Lomax, and Michael Koons.
Janesville 33 Beloit 9 Madison West 18 Beloit 30
Madison Central 12 Beloit 28 Janesville 28 Beloit 12
Madison East 28 Beloit 19 Janesville Quadrangular 3rd Place
Conference Meet Sth Place
Sectional Meet 3rd Place
State Meet 11th Place
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Left to Right-C. Lamb, T. McCarthy, R. Storley, J. Payne, D. Mackey, T. Lee. J. Anderson, P. Church. W. Gohel.
The sophomore basketball squad was again this year coached by "Hub" Dodge. The
team's standing was not as impressive as last year when they captured first place in the
conference, however, they were successive in other ways. Performing prior to the varsity
contests the sophomores gave early spectators many an exciting moment. Secondly they
qualified several candidates for the J.V.'s and Varsity, this being one of the team's chief
purposes. Two of these, Don Mackey and Everett Henry, were the main offensive attack
of the "little Saints", consequently the team was weakened by their departure.
The following receiving numerals for their efforts in the 1954-1955 cage season: Terry
Lee, Tom McCarthy, Wally Gobel, Paul Church, Don Mackey, Ron Storley, Jacob Payne,
jim Anderson, and Charles Lamb.
Rockford East 44 41 Park 42 48
Horlick 60 52 Central 56 57
Janesville 37 39 Horlick 72 60
South Milwaukee 50 55 Central 22 61
Madison West 72 47 Janesville 56 41
Belvidere 60 54 West 63 38
Dubuque 71 58 Park 65 69
Kenosha 54 58 Kenosha 49 41
Madison East 36 37 East 67 47
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SEATED-Left to Right- D. Watson, J. Lomax, R. Batterman, S. Garrett. A. Little, J. King, P. Johnson, J. Sanders, F.
Peterson: KNEELING-E. Henry. R. Clayton, C. Seifert, G. Mattews, T. Ramquist, R. Kammerer, E. Bond, J. Donaldson,
H. Pgynge: STANDING-Coach Nee. D. Ensley, M. Koons, C. Capps. R. Drake, J. Harris, G. Harrell. J. Walker, P. Lancas-
ter, . cott.
Head track coach Paul Nee's longtime dream of a top-Bight cinder system for Beloit
high became a reality this spring when the Purple dedicated the new track north of
school with a victory over South Beloit on April 21.
Coaches Nee and Ken Currier, who reverse their football status for track, were not
greeted by too many candidates at the initial practices this spring due partially to the
broad athletic program available and other interest. Forgetting this they commenced to
melt the squad down to a crew of hard-working, conscientious thinlies.
As the season progressed it became evident that the team wasn't a terrific winner, but
they were a collection of thinclads Beloiters need not be ashamed of.
The following is the road pursed by the 1955 cinder Saints after an initial meet with
South Beloit was postponed.
Janesville and Rockford East
Rockford East Dual
Rockford West Dual
Beloit College Freshmen
Sectional and State Meets
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