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Page 109 text:
Frosh FRONT ROW: C.Dean, K.Dishman, C.Stephans, R.Burns, A.Dunn, J.King, L.Kordosky, M.Meeker, SECOND
ROW: T.AIlen, D.SaIhoIm, J.Ferrarin, R.Revis, R.Campbell, B.McHugh, C.ScharicIj, B.Jqhnson, THIRD ROW: K.
Cassinelli, J.Makey, J.Weber, P.Scraeder, L.Lee, J.Thomas, Blimmerman, G.De Rona, .l.Wmters.
J.V. FRONT ROW: J.Maxey, M.Neve, K.Dishman, K.Cochran, D.Sampson, P.Post, B.Floyd, R.MiIler, D.Organ
SECOND ROW: J.WaIIberg, S.Phalzgraff, G.Schneider, R.Stephans, B.NobIe, G.Covington, D.Avignone, B.Wann
L.Sampson. THIRD ROW: M.Howard, J.Kienberger, J.McCabe, G.Tufts, R.Zwa1d, A.Hennifin, D.Nishida, R.Sines,
Page 108 text:
I. . Frosh
The Junior Varsity spikers enioyed a win-
ning season. They compiled a 5-2 record
while taking fourth and third in the city re-
lays and city meet, respectively. Bill Floyd
and Glen Miller were top performers in the
120 yard high hurdles and the 180 yard low
Howard Moore and John Maxey were con-
stantly in a dead heat for top honors, while
Robert Bailey came on strong in the last four
Tech's Frosh thinclads were outstanding
this year as they ran up a 6-1 record for the
season. The one loss came to the hands of
Franklin, the last meet of the season. The
Frosh also took the City Relays title. Frosh
Techmen displayed their talents at the city
meet, when they placed. Outstanding indi-
viduals were: Andy Dunn, 4:57 in the mile
rung Cassey Stephans in the sprints: John
Weber with 2:12 in the 880 and long jumper
Larry Kordoskya nd.
Junior Varsity Record
Benson 105 Roosevelt
Benson 107 Washington
Benson 104 Wilson
Benson 101 Jefferson
Benson 59 Lincoln
Benson 72 Jackson
Benson 47 Franklin
City Relays 36 Cfourthb
City Meet 63 lthirdj
Benson 96 Roosevelt
Benson 106 Washington
Benson 72 Wilson
Benson 100 Jefferson
Benson 82 Lincoln
Benson 79 Jackson
Benson 56 Franklin
City Relays 48 Qfirstb
City Meet 39 Csixthb
ABOVE QCLOCKWISEJ: Gary Michaels skims over the bar while vault-
ing at duel meet with Wilson. Casey Stephans turns curve of the 220
yard dash. Here comes Mike Howard! Mike was the anchor man for
the J.V, 440 yard relay team. Andy Dunn, Tech's top Frosh distance
runner breaks tape at Wilson.
Page 110 text:
Tennis season, spring '72, will go down in the rec-
ords as the year of confusion. During pre-season the
fair weather seemed to be in Tech's favor when they
played Franklin and Marshall and won. Then the
rains came. Matches were scheduled and resched-
uled. Lincoln, Wilson, and Rosevelt matches were
rained out. Finally, after frustration. phone calls and
postponed matches, the season was completed with
four matches played. Benson finished with a two,
win two lost record. Tech won the play-offs against
Adams finishing fourth in city. The teams most valu-
able player was George Carlson. In the city play-offs.
George won two matches. The team was coached by
Mrs. Virginia Cook.
RlGHT: Number one tennis player George Carlson re-
turns a serve from his Washington High opponent. LOW-
ER RIGHT: Bill Uyesugi grimaces as he makes a shot on
the Buckman Courts.
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FIRST ROW: Stuart Lee, Ron Woo, Carl Ngan, Jim Uyesugi. SECOND ROW: Coach Vir-
ginia Cook Bill Uyesugi, Ben Ngan, Robert James, Mark Boyles, Philip Wong.
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