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ATHLETICS ...... -
Read left to right. Back Row----Mr. Lynn. Mr. Bell. Mr. Dm-ringx, D. Jolinsun, R. lhn-mln-lniscli, R. Gmhami, G. Grove,
liowvll Niklasun. G. Broamlln-nt, D. Cox, V. Maher, .l. llunnnonrl. l". Sylvis, I.. llinltlvy, li. llu--ln-iulun'l', lt. Aplnnd,
K. Wood, D. Gzirrisnn, D. liven. Second Row -C. Engel, I". llull'. ll. Jones, R. McMillan, R, l"lt-issuer, L. Engel,
H. Barnett, R. Hammond, M. Wood, J. Crusinberry, P. Jenkins, S. liruekenwaizun, J. lien-in-, Front Row-D.
Chcrvenka, R. Hanson, G. Sundet, E. Tillgren, Loren Nikluson, J. Ottcrness. P. Johnson, 'l'. Crusinberry, R.
Helsmun, R. Billings, H. Morrison.
l94O CINDER PROSPECTS C-OOD
The Bobcats started the i939 season
by winning two dual track meets. One
was with Pipestone here and the next
one with Madison there. Next came the
Dell Rapids track meet and the Aberdeen
Relays, followed by the Estherville ln-
vitational meet in which we placed fifth.
In this meet Bob Stewart copped first
in the shot-put while the football relay
team also placed first to win a trophy.
ln the Region Ill meet here, in which
Vincent Swift set a new record in the
pole vault, the Bobcats finished third.
ln the State meet at Aberdeen, Swift
and Stewart placed third in the pole
vault and shot-put respectively.
In the conference meet at Huron, Earl
Tillgren placed first in the high jump,
Vincent Swift captured second place in
the pole vault, Stewart earned a place
in the shot-put and our half-mile relay
team placed fourth to enable the Bob-
cats to finish the meet in sixth place.
The Bobcat "B" won first in the Upper
Sioux conference meet.
The following boys received lvlono-
grams at the end of the l939 season:
Swift, Stewart, Tillgren, lvlclvlillan,
jones, L. Engel, C. Sundet, P. lohnson,
Kurtz, T. Crusinberry, L. Niklason,
Bishman, H. Niklason, Westergard, F.
Simmons, and Billings.
The l94O track season began when 70
boys reported to coach lvlax Lynn. Ten
of these boys were letter men returning
from the previous season.
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Read left to right. Back Row-ffNorman Stevens, Warren Schimnowski, Wayne Buvkley, John Crusinbelfry,
Paul Johnson, James .L al ner, Duard Swanson, Marvin Mills, Jim Hammond, Dick Lhervenka. Ifront Row-
Mr. Harrigan, Joseph Moriarty, Raymond Helsman, Rolf Hanson, Wayne Steen, James Otterness. Charles Chester:
BOBKITTENS ARE CHAMPS
The "B" squad basketball team, under
the Supervision of L. D. Horrigan, fin-
ished it's most successful season by
winning fourteen out of nineteen games.
This included all six of their conference
games, to enable them to tie for first
place in the Upper Sioux Valley Con-
Letters were awarded to the "B"
squad for the first time this year. These
were the same as the regular athletic
monograms but for a small interwoven
Letters were awarded to Heisman,
Hanson, Chester, Otterness, Moriarty:
and Crusinberryg while Swanson, Ste-
vens, Hammond, Buckley, Mills, Cher-
venka, Schaffner, composed the rest of
the squad. The regular manager's letter
was awarded to W. johnson. Heisman,
Hanson, and Chester all received all-
At the end of the season the Kittens
won an invitational schedule held here in
which Arlington, Madison, Flandreau,
and Brookings "B" squads competed.
They defeated Flandreau 30-22 and
Following is the season record:
Flandreau lndian "B" . . 20 l5
Egan .,.... . ,. . I3 20
Madison "B" . I9 23
Cathedral 2nd 0 24
Aggies 2nd . . l l4
Aggies .,....,. , . i7 36
Watertown "B" ,. 25 I7
Arlington "B" , l7 25
Clear Lake . , l9 26
Clear Lake 2nd . 6 I4
Sioux Falls "B" . 20 34
Clear Lake .., l9 3l
Cathedral 2nd . 27 22
Estelline M . l0 23
Flandreau "B" l6 23
Sinai . . . 26 36
Madison "B" .. .. . l5 l9
Bruce .. . . . l9 26
Sioux Falls "B", , , 35 l9
Watertown "B" 22 23
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McMillan, Hx-als, Nelson. Durlnnu, Schrailelg Mr, Tfell, Sunil:-t, Seas.
ZOO IN INTRAMURAL SPORTS
About two hundred boys participated
in our intramural program this year. This
program gives those boys who are not
capable of playing on the A or B squad
a chance to participate in different
sports and earn their physical education
A senior intramural basketball team
captained by George Sundet defeated
another senior team headed by Dick Lott
for the intramural basketball champion-
ship. For the first year the members of
the championship team were awarded
At the close of the football season,
kicking contests open to all boys were
sponsored. Swift, Patterson, and T. Cru-
sinberry won the different divisions and
were awarded medals.
In the free-throw contest Ivan Steen
won from Harlan Kelly in the finals.
About thirty-five boys took part in a
newly organized boxing tournament en-
gineered by Earl Tillgren. Every weight
was represented and the winners in
each division were awarded medals.
The freshman basketball team, under
Virgil A. Bell, had a most successful
season by winning five out of seven
games from Coach Doering's junior high
team and by breaking even in a two
game series with the Madison freshmen.
Members of the squad were: Adamson.
Martin, Hill, Graham, Kelly, johnson,
Heslop, Niklason, and Watson,
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