Benton Harbor High School - Greybric Yearbook (Benton Harbor, MI)

 - Class of 1939

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Page 80 text:

T TENNIS The tennis squad, faced with a schedule of thir' teen meets, showed possibilities of at least a few victories when the candidates reported to Coach Bridgham. Tennis has been made a major sport, and with more courts promised for the school, there is hope that this sport will continue to grow in popularity in Benton Harbor High. First Row KSeatedl: Brown, Snyder, Kulich, Caldwell, Palmer. Second Row: Davies, Archer, Gardner, Wendt, Seraphin. Third Row: Sprague, Boettcher, Ablin, Dodson, Krygawski, Pap- pas, Pinnegar, Scott, Mr. Bridgham. ,.' Left to Right: Litowich, Griese, Schwartz, Peters, Grosfield, Lyons, Steenrod, Harvey. CHEERLEADING Cheerleading, some say, is the easiest way to let off steam and still be patriotic. Tc others, cheerleading is the mastering of mob psychology. But we know that it is still one of the bes ways to infuse school spirit into a student body. The ninetyfnine per cent perspiration and one per cent inspiration is slightly change: here. You get ninetyfnine per cent inspiration and change it into ninetyfnine per cent perspiration In other words, a cheerleader must work herself or himself into such a point of enthusiasm that thi cheering section, through vocal chords, will respond with the same amount of energy. Transmitting a roaring crowd into a "message of encouragement" for the team seem to be one of the glorious things left to do. A megaphone, cheering voice, and a lot of pep are still 'symbols of school spirit ani tradition. The cheerleaders have done their best this year to carry out the duties, aforementionec of inspiring the students of our school to their utmost. They have practiced diligently ani worked up original ideas for pep meetings. Under the helpful guidance of Miss Berryman the cheel leaders have become an organized and recognized school group.

Page 79 text:

1 fi ,,f' 1 First Row Seated Left to Right: Vicini, Hartman, Stubalt, Mr. Chappel, Barrick, Schultz, Belter. Back Row Left to Right: Middaugh, Jerue, Allerton, Simanton, Jonas, Stolpe, Strine. CROSS COUNTRY After an absence of several years, cross country was returned to the Benton Harbor sports program. Under Coach Lloyd Chappel several boys developed rapidly, though the team's meet scores were not so impressive. Letters were awarded to Hartman, Stubalt, Barrick, Martelle, Siamanf ton and Vicini, with minor awards going to Allerton, Jerue, and Jones. The schedule and results: fLow score indicates winner, Interfclass Benton Harbor 33 Kalamazoo 22 Benton Harbor 39 South Bend 16 Benton Harbor 43 Niles 16 Regional-QOnly entryj Benton Harbor took six places. Benton Harbor 39 Kalamazoo 19 Benton Harbor 27 S. Bend Riley 31



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NANCY BUSH INFORMAL EXERCISE GIRLS' Under the guidance of Mrs classes had another outstanding basketball tournament, won by GYM . Nancy Bush, the girls' gym year. During the season a the sixth hour, was held. Baseball teams are being formed at this writing and all the girls are looking forward to it both the basketball and baseba . Those winning places on ll teams of their respective classes are awarded letters. Those winning the emblem this year are: Ruth Meister, Vivienne Schluck, Anita Ferrier, Edna Schadler, Marion Fries, Patricia Taylor, jean Curtis, Ruth Damon, Ann Damon, Rose Brattische, Helen Lixvar, Catherine Johnson, Lorraine Ludwig, Esther Nimtz, Grace Klingerman, Dixie Stevens, Clara Mae Keeys, Christine Brown, Arlene Kimball, Elaine Vander Vort, Edith Wagner, Esther L. Kelrn, and Gloria Evans. Aside from athletics, the girls provided dances for the operetta and staged the Annual Gym Show. The theme of this year's production is the development of the American dance. eg- :F s.,,, I I

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