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Page 29 text:
The six freshmen cheerleaders, Nancy Gaunt, Cindy Gernhardt, Susie Stone, Cindy Lehrman, Ricky Guthermuth, and Sandy Fick, captain, cheered at many games and pep sessions. Each girl did her very best to cheer the Chiefs on to victory. Cheerleaders Help Promote School Spirit " We want a victory " was a cheer yelled by Franklin fans many times. The spirit of the team was boosted at each game as the girls cheered during all home football and basketball games. The girls were chosen at the end of the previous school year. That gave the girls an opportunity to practice throughout the summer. The freshman cheerleaders chose white A-line skirts with red sweaters for their outfits. The eighth grade girls cheered in red skirts and white sweaters. Mrs. Lantz, their sponsor, gave them help in any way she could. The eighth grade cheerleaders practiced very diligently this summer. The results were apparent in their fine cheering ability. The cheerleaders were Cheryl Lees, Susan Lamb, Janet Sanders, Diane Dietz, Kay Heffelfinger, and Debbie Dale, the captain.
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Team Member Breaks City Record This year the cross country team ran under the direction of Mr. Sawyer. The team spent many hours after school, running many miles and doing various exer- cises which built endurance. Throughout the season the team ran against several junior high schools and accomplished a rather satisfactory record. One member of the team, Bill Loechner, did especially well during the season. He broke the city record at 10:38.4 and was awarded a trophy. These ore the boys who represented Franklin on this year ' s cross country team. Each boy put forth strenuous effort to make the team a winning one. BILL LOECHNER KEITH MALOTT RANDY HARTER TERRY WAIKEL DAVE CECIL DARRELL WELLS STEVE GOSHERT
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The purpose of boys ' intramurals was to strengthen the fitness of boys and teach them good sportsman- ship. The boys competed in a vari- ety of sports, which included bas- ketball, football, wrestling, bowling, and volleyball. Supervising for each grade was done by their coaches Mr. Myers, Mr. Riley, Mr. Hogan, and Mr. Lohr. The Girls ' Athletic Association pro- vided a variety of sports for the members. Some of the sports were basketball, volleyball, and track and field. All members learned the importance of good sportsmanship and how to make good team effort. Miss Dorhman and Mrs. Schone in- structed the activities. Since not all boys can become members of varsity sports, intramural teams have been established. By participating in intra- murals boys learn the basic fundamentals of various sports. Students Participate in Many Sports The G.f- f- Ion, Its purpose is giving girls who ore ii forested and skilled in sports an opportunity to participate in activities. The association aims to develop qualities of sportsmanship and leadership. n
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