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Spring Sports These pictures of Juco ' s track, tennis, and golf stars are not in the least deceptive. The teams look formidable, and so they proved to be in various meets and relays this spring. ^Quality was predominant over quantity in our track squad. The high point men, Elmer Cross and diminutive Bud Smith, were ably supported by our distance men, Frank Gonzales and Wayne Reed. Our hurdle expert, Keith Miller, lived up to his high school reputa- tion. The field event men, Tuffy Robinson, Francis Bell, and Martin Mahannah were consistent in their performance. The two mainstays of the relay team, Roy Boyer and Jack Shirk, were valuable, as is proven by the fact that., as yet, the team has never failed to place. IJThe wielders of the golf clubs and tennis racquets have acquitted themsalves commendably. They have been consistent in their efforts in glorifying the purple and the gold.
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BASKl TBALL zsyl EE M The team this year not only played good basketball, but they also played the game in sportsmanlike manner. Tf ' Tuffy " Robinson, cool and level- headed, made a most able captain. Even though the team did not rank high in the League standing, two of its members were given mention on the All State Team. Captain Robinson and " Bud " Thompson received this recognition. The pictures in the background show some of the good form and fire that the team had this year and also the cooperation and team- work which characterized the 1938-1939 Juco basketball season. IfThose men who lettered in Basketball this year are Ed Brewer, Otis Cross, Frank Gonzales, Homer Lear, Robert McClure, Martin Mahannah, Fred Robinson, Harold Smith and Roy Thompson.
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Varsity Club Most familiar figures on the football field, basketball court, and track field this year have been these Juco boys. In game after game they participated for our Alma Mater. IJFrom a small membership the Varsity Club grew by the addition of football players and organized for the year. Among the activities of the club the co-sponsoring of the annual Juco-High School basketball game was an outstanding suc- cess. The spring activities also included a banquet and dance.
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