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The year 1964 has been a good year for sports at Franklin Junio r High. Many boys have participated this year in football, cross country, basketball, and track. In each of these sports the goal was always the same — not only to try to win but to learn how to work as a team. Whatever the sport, the boys have all learned new skills and made new friends. This year Franklin won the city cross country meet, and the eighth grade basket- ball team had many victories during the sea- son, including playing in the final game of the sighth-grade basketball tournament. I ' , Sports Activities Rate High With Students 11
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Personnel Help Franklin To Be Successful The office of Franklin is run smoothly by the two secretaries, Mrs. Evelyn Pelz and Mrs. Eileen Wer- ling. Doing bookwork, greeting visitors, solving small and large problems which arise, and all other office work keep our smiling secretaries quite busy during the school year. Franklin is kept clean and always looks its best be- cause the custodians and the matron, Wayne Polly, Carl Dawney, John Isnogle, Malcoln Mitchell, and Louise Strall, do a fine job. Ti e ladies who prepare our daily meals are Lavern Evans, Jean Baumgartner, Ruth Brennan, Elsie Ecenbarger, Ester Helmke, Helen Henry, Virginia Hopper, and Vivian Starkel. 10
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Chiefs Fight For Victory On The Turf Three words commonly heard on the football field were Go! Fight! Win! as the students urged the varsity football team on during a hard-fought foot- ball season. These are the boys who played during the 1963 season. Hamilton Park was the scene of the home games. This year Franklin ' s ninth grade football team worked hard and played with great de- termination. They were coached by Mr. Mel- vin Zehner who was assisted by Mr. David Riley. The ninth graders, along with the eighth grade boys, practiced four nights a week at Hamilton Park. The season ' s luck was not entirely with the team, but their spirit never dwindled and they continued to fight at all times. These boys gave up much valuable time and effort in their dedication to Franklin, and they deserve great praise and thanks for a job well done. Tackles and blocking were two important parts of the football games, and long practices and exer- cises prepared the boys for the games. Most varsity members are ninth grade boys who have already learned the fundamentals of the game for future participation in high school athletics 12
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