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Last Row - Bernard Hess, Edward Holwerda, Floyd Gillette. Maurice Niess, Robert
Bricker, Paul Bacon, Mr. Van Wingen.
Second Row - David Solomon, Archie Neuman, Wallace Harris, Keith 0'Connor, Gordon
Miller, Keith Isabell, Joe Hondorp.
First Row - Leon Wood, Jack Glazier, Charles Vester. Gordon Gezon, Harold Parudy,
A fairly large number of athletes reported for track practice early in the spring
of 1935 in response to coach Van Wingen's call. There were only a few veteran
major point makers back for practice. But after a few weeks of general training and
whipping themselves into shape there appeared a relatively strong track squad.
In the four meets in which it participated, the team always made the opposing
squad feel strongly its presence by constantly placing in the various events.
Some of the major point makers were:
Captain Gordon Gezon half mile
Keith Isabell shotput
Jack Glazier quarter mile
Charles Vester pole vault-broad jump
Robert Bricker half mile
Archie Newman pole vault
Leon Wood dashes
Harold Parady hurdles-high jump
Parady was high point man for the season.
In the allfimportant city meet Creston was able to place twice. jack Glazier
finished in first place in the quarterfmile run, and Gordon Gezon placed second in
the half mile.
Of the fairly large track team this year there will be very few veterans back to
the squad next year.
The results of the 1935 season were as follows:
Hastings 5 on Creston 5 325
Central 80 Creston 24
Ottawa 5 9 Creston 4 5
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Lust Row -Y-George Tanire, Robert Taylor. Joe Kolderman, Donald Bos, John Vissers,
.luck Fox, Bill Thiebout, Mr. Schrump.
First. Row A- .luck Morse, Keith Isabelle, Bill Hoogerhyzle, David Solomon, Fred Challa,
.Inc Honcloru, Robert Schurlow.
On the whole, the basketball team had a fairly successful season, having tied
for third place in the city standings. Out of twelve very close games, the team won
The Alumni defeated the Bears 20 to 15 in the first game of the season. The
following week they staged a comeback by defeating South by a score of 23 to 10.
They lost the next game to Ottawa 16 to 13. They took revenge on Central by
handily beating them, 36 to S, only to be defeated by Tech 14 to 12. They then
defeated Catholic '28 to 18 at their gym, They ended the first half by losing to
Union, 21 to 13.
The first game of the second half was cinched, 30 to 29, when Catholic failed
to sink their free throw at the end of the game. Then came two successive defeats
from Davis Tech and Central. The next week the Polar Bears upset the city stand'
ings by outplaying Ottawa, 19 to 13. After defeating South, they ended city play
by being beaten by Union, 25' to 19.
In regional play the team took over their first opponents, Holland, 29 to 28.
After mixing football with basketball, they reluctantly ceded the game to Muskegon
Heights, 28 to 19.
Morse, Theibout, and Visser are the three lettermen who will be back next year.
The squad was as follows:
Solomon F Bos C
Challa F Sharlow G
Hoogerhyde F Thiebout G
Kolderman C Morse G
Visser C Isabell G
Fox C Hondorp G
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