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Page 69 text:
Seniors claim Sno-days title
The 1972 Sno-days blasted off
with a streak of enthusiastic
class competition. With the
distribution of a thousand pins
to the classes, the race was on.
As athletic competition began,
students discarded land feet to
show their skill as broom sweep-
ing ice ball players. With fights
and spats and a toss of a coin,
the seniors swept their oppo-
nents off their feet to take first.
The traditional Sno-days pep-
fest began with a new look in
spirit modeled by noisemakers,
confetti, megaphones, pom
pons, and screeching, raspy-
voiced students. The teachers
rated the seniors the most
The juniors upset the seniors'
winning streak by pulling to-
boggans over treacherous ob-
stacles and tripped into first
place. The seniors recovered,
roping in first in the tug-of-war.
The Mount and Central united
and danced to the tunes of
Deerskin after the bubble-
pushers' game on Feb. 12.
Sno-days royalty from the past, Janna Samuelson and Dwight Lindquist adorn King
Paul and Queen Ruth with symbolic crowns. Moments later Paul's crown burst apart
to add a grand finale for the seniors' third year of fortune. ,
Upward bound Mike Davis is caught in an "ante-aye-over" position to drive a piercing
spike as Dwight Lindquist readies himself for a dreaded netball.
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Seniors Paul Eickhof and Ruth Peterson QTOP LEFTJ reign
over the 1972 Sno-Days, followed by competing candidates
Glen Radi and Judy Raymond sophomores QTOP RIGHTD,
Craig Steffen and Shirley Lundon, juniors QBOTTOM LEFTJ,
and Joe Whalen and Melody Johnson, freshmen QBOTTOM
With muscles and hustling, twinkle toes frosh Jeff Peterson and Tim Broekemeier
barrel across the treacherous ice with cries of "Mush, lVlush" from their classmates.
Over the meadows and through the woods, plowing through the deep snow, junior
huskies Dahlgren and Erickson battle with freshman rookies Radi and Faul.
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Following through on his shot put effort
toward a distant mark, track and field
man R.Stainbrook muscles the rounded
missile with an overhand thrust.
RIGHT: Aviator S.Youngquist takes off
with extended wings and retracted lande
ing gear in hopes of a long jump, hi'
jackerless skies, and a soft landing.
Off track betting heavily
favored Central tracksters as
keen competition pressed for
optimum performance break-
ing several records.
Thief River ran away with a
22 point margin in the dis-
trict tournament leaving
During the course of the meet
records were broken in 9 of
16 events including a 21 10112
broadjump by Gary Wagner a
record time of 2100.6 for Todd
Peterson in the S80-yard run
and a throw of 513!4 in the
shotput by Len Devos. Ten in-
dividual entrants and one re-
Crookston in second place.
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