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The double dual meet against Holland and Niles had a crowd of runners at the starting line, but
two miles later Paul Dodson was all alone as he receives his first place marker from Mr. Elsner.
Page 163 text:
S. Palmert lines up his approach shot. He probably T. Warren prepares to blast over a minor obstruction
used a hand mashie.
The golf team compiled a respectable record of six victories, three losses, and
one tie. In the regional Benton Harbor missed qualifying for the state tournament
by only six strokes.
W. Preston was the number one man. He was followed by D. Reiff, V. Blake,
T. Warren, and R. Dryden. Rounding out the squad were H. Bullard, J. Biggart, S.
Palmert, and R. Cayo.
The future for the team looks bright as only Preston, Reiff and Bullard
were seniors. Of the rest of the squad, one was a iunior, four were sophomores,
and one was a freshman.
D. Reiff shows how to hit a ball out of a water hazard. Was the bath worth it, Dave?
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Rasn or shine, harriers prepare to run a good time. PAUL DODSON
The cross country team compiled the best record for the sport in the school's
history by winning seven and losing only one. This was almost a complete re-
versal of the previous seasons when only a total of three meets were won. The only
loss was by one point to Holland, the only team defeated by the Tiger harriers in
the previous three seasons.
Paul Dodson was the number one runner and wasn't defeated by an opposition
runner until the state tournament when he finished a strong seventh after keeping
up with the leader until the last couple hundred yards. Ron Lange and Jim Herring
were generally right up with Dodson at the finish. Following these three came
George Peapples, Tony Littke, Cecil Pringle, Don Davino, Herman Pollard, Charles
Williams, and Jim Sherrill.
In the regionals, Benton Harbor finished sixth in a field of eleven. This showing
would have undoubtedly been better is Herring had completely recovered from
a bout with the flu. Besides Dodson with his first place finish, Lange also qualified
for the state meet by finishing ninth.
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