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Page 95 text:
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BACK ROW-Left to right-Walters, McDowell, Bradley, Landers, Plowman, Hamil-
ton, Coach Scott.
FRONT ROW-Frus, Cox, Putnam, Hammers, Green, Woods, Goeldner.
From this group of track men Coach Scott picked his men for the different
meets. Track is a very young sport in Creston High School and has not developed
the interest of the athlete as have the other older sports. Track is increasing very
fast in both interest and good track men.
Creston's new cinder track will add to the speed of the future runners.
Creston had a very successful year, having great competition in all of its
meets. She placed fourth in her home Blue Grass Meet. She took third at the
Orient Relays, and placed fifth in the Four Hundred and Forty Yard Relay held at
the Drake Meet.
Page 94 text:
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STANDING-Coach B. J. Fry, Bradley, Gray, Strey, Herrman, Conway.
KNEELING-Peak, Young, Russell, Gentry, Recknor, Hipes, Plowman.
Baseball was again a popular sport with the players but not with the fans,
but all the same Creston put a creditable team on the field. Plenty of material
reported for the vacancies made by ,Graduation and other causes.
Creston lost one game and won five, giving them a very successful year. Quite
a number of the players are back again in school, giving us the hope of another
, 12 Nevinville 1
., 7 Cromwell 4
,, 0 Clearfield H , , 3
11 Nevinville 7
7 Clearfield 1
,, 21 Cromwell 2
Joe Strunce, First Base, Arlie Wareham, Third Baseg
Glen Anderson, Out Fielderg Vern Schmoll, Out Fielder.
Page 96 text:
I THE CREST I
Physical Education, a subject required by
the state, is under the direction of Miss Ruth
Ilorner. The two periods each week, which
are compulsory tor this subject are spent in
taking exercises, playing games, hiking, and
learning: folk dances. It is probable that a-
nother lllay Fete will be presented.
Last tall 56 girls reported out for tennis,
and much enthusiasm was shown toward this
sport. The first tennis tournament in the his-
tory of F. H. S. was held here last fall. The
only entrants were: Corning, Osceola, and
Crestong although the coach, Miss Ruth Horner,
had sent out invitations for thirty-five towns to
enter. Janet Huhn, senior, Won the loving cup,
given to the winner of the singles, and Osceola
received a cup for Winning in the doubles.
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