Freeburg Community High School - Spotlight Yearbook (Freeburg, IL)

 - Class of 1946

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For the first few weeks, we timld and frightened individ- uals walked about .hardly daring to breathe freely. when we finally overcame our inferior feelings and mustered up sufficient courage and initiative, this new school life proved to be quite interesting and ex- citing. Our class was well represented in athletics, the chorus, band, and the various school clubs. Glass officers elected were: Robert Middendorf, Don Ketten, and Vera Fisher. Then, after, having completed nine months of diligent hard work and study, we were all happy to en- joy a three months vacation. Thirty-two out of our original enrollment of forty-five returned the following school term to be promoted to the rank of Sophomore. Much to our satisfaction we were no longer the most inexperienced members of the student body. At our first meeting we elected Jim Bollman, Vera Fisher, and Don Ketten as class officers. A great deal of our class' dramatic and vocal ability was' dlgplayed in the school operetta, NGay Havanan. Again we were very ener ltd? PHP- ticipants in all school activities. In athletics several of our mem- bers recelved varsity letters in baseball and basketball. with allthings considered, we looked upon this year of school as being even more suc- cessful and enjoyable than our Freshmen year had been. The following Fall found most of us back again, this time to take our places as NJolly Juniorsn. We all anticipated this year to be bub- bling over with work and pleasure if we were to live up to the tradi- tional actlvlties entered into by former junior classes of our school. To start things off we chose William Bauer, Evelyn Lucash, Vera Fisher, and Rose Marie Lanter as class officers. With the introduction of the Student Council, Evelyn Lucash, Vera Fisher, Bernard Heillgenstein, and William Bauer, became our representatives. In early December we pre- sented the play, nM1ss Jimmyu. Our class rings were also selected this year. Then in the Spring we prepared a Hawaiian banquet in honor of the seniors. In the field of athletics, several of our members again earned varsity letters in basketball and baseball. Time passed quickly and we found ourselves at the end of another school term, with everyone overaanxious to enjoy a period of rest. , This year being our fourth and final year at good old ,F.C.H.S. we seniors were determined to make it one never to be forgotten.Fb unatel3 we have indeed succeeded in making it such. As our class play we chose a mystery entitled, NThe Marlenberg Neclacen. Also with the able assla tance of our senior talent we succeededxln copping theCahok1a Caderence Title. Student Council members included Bernard Helligenstein, Stanley Agne, Jean Ann Phillips, and Janet Wild. Class officers were William Bauer, Stanley Agne, Rose Marie Lanter, and Vera Fisher. 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Barney is Coach Mulkey's dream But why not--he's the captain of the team, He always ready to hold the fort Be it on diamond or basketball court u This Evelyn Lucash is an intelligent gal To Vera she is an inseparable pal, Except when beckoned by a soldier lad Then as the feller said-1t's just too bad. Betty Nast helped to type this book Her dark, brown eyes give ominous looks. But they soften quickly to a mellow glow when someone says to Belleville let's go. Vera Fisher ls a glamorous girl Who wishes her hair would have a natural curl. Her heart is promised to a boy named Red Maybe to him someday she'll be wed. Roger Zlpfel is real dependable boy As well as Jean Ann's pride and Joy. But when he gets that certain glint in his eye Look out folks--the fur might fly. Robert Mlddendorf thinks he's tough Beware when somebody calls his bluff But whoever that brave fellow may be We'll wait a very long time to see. Doris Borger is unusually tall Bm sleeps in the kitchen with her feet in th She's on the lookout for someone to woo But he has to be more than six foot two. Ida Mae Gantner is e studious lass We have no doubt but what she'll pass. Every Saturday she spends with her books Which from the faculty rates pleasin Floyd Hellman is always called Toney His friends know that he's phoney. He never has a lot to say Except when he travels Mascoutah way Betty Krauss is a with soldiers she She used to leave But now she waits little squirt is known to flirt. early for lunch for the rest of th C Z., ' Q if ivy X: :,:f:igSg:-. 3:7414 -9 '0A.Qf4fO ":f:1" .-15:-34.5,-:-:5:Iff' QQ".-v v v v ' .-:5:2'7'I':+:1:5:I" . 2, O 'Q 0 Q O O 9 '-r':?:f:1+'-' ' .if4gQQfQ ,,.4r .A -Q if F H. . .6..:,'4 f O O. g 3 6'.:Q 'g , 6 0 o f' l 0 O' - 9: 'O .2 1 ,F ag! ' ff lf'-' -A, '90, .ldv Ev T ky g looks. e bunch. e hall. -.-.-.-:1:1:2:!gIg1g1g:-' , ,1:5:-:-:-:-.-.- 3:::3:55:::::5 -15:::::::::::-::g.g.g.:. 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When Rogers around he's at a loss he dogs. Because in this couple, Jean is the boss. Audrey Groom is little and quick And mighty fast with a baseball stick. with her a new romance began which left Bryan in the frying pan. Areta Kessler is a cute little trick who is known as Squeaky's slick chick. To him so true she'll always be Although he's far across the sea. Florence Linss is the quiet type You never hear her murmur or gripe. She's just content to stay at home Because her Mom won't let her roam. 'A new-comer to our class is Mamie Lundin we are proud to add her to our team. From the state of Utah she came to us So now she rides to school on the bus. Marjorie Ledbetter left us for a year To go to school far away from here. 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M, 4 1 ffl! . unseat: is 4? 4 ,I , lb ' CLASS PROPHECY Our class was thoroughly shaken On the day we had our pictures taken. We dropped in to see Madam Zaul Owner of the magic crystal ball. While at the famed sphere we did gaze There suddenly within appeared a haze. At this the class all gasped aloud And quickly the haze changed to 3 cloud. with lightning and thunder it started to whirl Revealing s vision of each boy and girl. We see Roger Zipfel as a hair dresser in Munlc Bits of yellow hair cover his tunic. ,They come from Evelyn Lucash a student of dancing With some Maestro of music she is steadily romancing. we are proud to see in such a high position Howard Koesterer as a master magician. Janet Wild has become much meeker . And now holds a job as a noted bookkeeper. Doris Borger now happily wed Is seen putting a set of twins to bed. To our amazement we see Bette Krauss As a private secretary in the White House. We drop in on a National League baseball game which reveals Barney Heiligenstein a pitcher of great fame. Betty Jane Nast in Hollywood is seen She has become a star of stage and screen. , Vera Fisher has made a career of singing In the Metropolitan Opera her voice may be heard ringing, It seems that through some quirk of fate Don Ketten has become governor of New Jork state. As we peep through a circus tent siding We see Mamie Lundin on a white steed riding. Ida Mae Gantner never had her name in lights But she is a privare maid in Beverly Heights. To Rosemarie Lanter we offer a toast For she is editing the Saturday Evening Post. In the music world Leoni is among famous names Angelo is giving stiff competdtion to Harry James. Florence Lines leads a simple life To 9 prosperous farmer she is makes a good wife. Floyd Hellman discontinued tilling soil Now he is half owner of Standard Oil. In a Federal Reserve Bank sits Marjorie Ledbetter From behind a huge desk she dictates a letter. Another thing which we rejoiced to see was Secretary of Agriculture Stanley Agne. We see Audrey Groom in Florida on vacation But her regular Job is taking dictation. Although it took the vision some time to reach her Margaret Redmond has made a good school teacher. At a basketball game at Illinois U we see NFroggyN Bauer dump in a few. In a ring side seat we see Areta Kessler . For now she's married to the world champion wrestler. In the Great North Woods,there is an abundance of beaver And also a good trapper named Bob Weaver. ' From the vision we all got the hunch That Jean Phillips will be the old maid of the bunch. Off in the distance a plane we could see Robert Middendorf flying P53. As the vision began to disappear The whole senior class gave a cheer. we shall always remember this date Because we learned of our classmates' fate. f '4w- inf? -Q . .5,QiQf26nEFgmwgm' E VlB:4Q? 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A ui 'mx X ff I' 'nl I E g i x 'fff 2 CLASS WILL ln the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and forty--six, we, the senior class of the Freeburg Community High School, of the city of Freeburg, County of St. Clair, State of Illinois, being of sane mind and memory, do hereby will and bequeath to our successors ourlast will and testament: To Mr. Bowman: we will a fish1ng'trip to Florida with all expenses mud To Mr. Mulkey: we will another championship basketball team ad a years supply of coca cola. To Mr. Anderson: we will another courteous study hall student like Mer- flin Hubbard. To Mr. Hillardz we will another chemistry class with breakage capacity equal tofthe class of n46'. ' To Mr. Ferns: we will a new set of shop room equipment. To Mr. Daighz we will an Ag class made up of students like Stmuey Agne. To Miss Richerts: we will a band and chorus easy to disipline. A To Mrs. Ramey: we will a senior play committee like the one ofH46W. To Miss Jones: we will another sophomore home economics class like the present one. To Mrs. Lovell: we will another bookkeeping student like Angelo Leoni. To the junior class: we will our scholastic marks. To the sophomore class: we will our good looks. , -1 .o the freshmen class: we will our ability to behave in the study hall Our personal bequests are as follows: I, Stanley agne, will my ability to fish to Harold Vollmer. I, William Bauer, will my romantic techlque to Earl Espenscheld. I, Doris Borger, will my height to Moon Becker. I, Vera Fisher, will my vocal ability to Doris Smlth.' I, Ida Mae Gantner, will my queitness to Llda Smith. I, Angelo Leonl, will my musical ability to Dean Feidler. I, Florence Lines, will my handwriting to Mr. Mulkey. I, Evelyn Lucash, will my wit to Jim Guetterman. I, Robert Middendorf, will my rotundness to Harold Daab. I, Betty Jane Nast, will my bashfulness to Wilma Ahlers. I, Jean Ann Plllllps, will my ability to deal out mental punishment to Doris Meng. - I, Margaret Redmond, will my ability to Hpolish applesn to Norma Reiso. I, nobert Weaver, will my wavy hair to Marguerite Ettling. I, Janet Wild, will my shyness to Herbert Smith. , I, Roger Zlpfel, will my willingness to absorb mental punishment toheyne Forcade. ' Audrey Groom, will my ability as a baseball player to Eddie Bryan. Barney Heiligenstein, will my ability as an athlete to Buck Kasper. I, Floyd Hellman, will my farming knowledge to Vernon Weiss. I, Areta Kessler, will my ability Hto be a one man womann to Joan Rauch. I, Donald Ketten, will my ability to keep a study girl Kenny Pflasterer. I, Howard Koesterer, will my ability to find Jobs after school to Dom d Kessler. I, Betty Mae Krauss, will my ability to leave the study hall unnoticedto Merlin Hubbard. I, Rosemarie Lanter, will my ability to make high grades to Charles Schaeffer. I, Mamie Lundin, will my ability to blush to Harry Weiss. 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L- A gpg snszar If 2 .,wNmsN ..... l,--- fx 4 ,, t Q A - 1 lf!!! X . 1253? xp IIIIESSI E25 rf: 5 l IL., K Y J' rx.: 1 ' 'W' n ---M. 'Ubi A CLASS WILL Ccontinuedl ' we do hereby appoint the Junior class sole executor of this our hmm wlll and testament and we, the class of forty--six further request thatno -bond or other security be required of them in their office as sdb ex- ecutor. In witness thereof, we have set the hand and-seal of the class of 1946 this 50th day of May in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hund- red and forty-six, Mr! Bernard Helligenstein Witnesses: Mr. William Bauer Mr. Austin Mulkey w A Q Q 4+ A 4+ Outstanding Events . On December 5, the Junior Class presented three one-act plays. The first was N Sister Sue U with following cast: Doris Meng, Kent Pflas- terer, Morma H1eso,Homer Etling, Betty Jung,Doris Sm1th,Donald Kessler, and Floyd Weber. Another cast: Norman R1eso,W1lma Ahlers,E1leen Slebert Vernon Weiss, Robert Nicol, Ethel Etling, Shirley Muskopf, and Merlin Hubbard presentedWTub Troubleu. The other play was'Play Ballu featuring Harry Weiss, Bob H11l,Lee Rieso, Melvin Brandenburger,James Guetterman, Wayne Forcade, Harold Vollmer, Herbert Smith, Forrest Werner, Gerald Koesterer and Elmer Lanter. 2 4 n 4 4 4 Q The Freeburg chapter of the Future Farmers of America eummd a ban- quet on April ll. The principal speaker of the evening was Mr. Eugene Eckert,nat1onally known figure in range and agriculture work. Music was furnished by Donald Kessler and short talks were made by Norman Rieso, Roland Heidenreich, Clarence Schleueter, and Mr. Daigh, F.F.A. sponsor. Stanley Agne, president of the chapter, acted as toastmaster.' N 4 4 u Q it ii The district music contest was held at Highland on March 2. 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Varsity let- ters in basketball and-baseball were presented to Barney Heiligenstein, William Bauer, Robert Middendorf, Roger Zipfel, Kent Pflasterer, Merlin Hubbard, Harold Daab, and Eddie Bryan, Donald Ketten, and Stanley Agne received letters in basketball and James Calkin in baseball. .Minor e- wards were meds to Delbert Schoen,Bob Nicol,BurlABuchanan,Bob Becherer, Harold Becker, Bernard Koesterer, Joseph Kasper, and Gene Gauch. 'H' If 'I' 41- 'li' 41' On October 26, the music department presented the operetta UJerry of Jericho Road U. The public greatly enjoyed the performance of the following cast: Vera F1sher,Don Ketten, Harry We1ss,Al1ce Kamper, Rose Lanter, Bob Middendorf, Bob Hill, Robert Nicol, Marguerite Etling, Kent Pflasterer, Jean Ann Phillips. Regular members of the chorus also took part. The production was directed by Miss Richert. ' 'll' 0 41- 'N' 41' 'W' The senior play, N The Marlenburg Necklace ',.w111 be presented on May 10. 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In the second game Freeburg went to Mascoutah and won behind the steady hurling of Eddie Bryan, 5-l. Pflasterer again had 5 hits for the Midgets. O'Fallon,came to Freeburg tied for first place,and the Blue 8 White won this very important game l-O. Bryan and Barth faced each other in a pitchers duel that finally, ended when Barth threw wildly to third base on an attempted f1elder's choice. Lady luck turned her back on Freeburg at New Athens where Schmulbach scored a l-O victory, and as O'Fallon began a new winning streak---the two tsamslwere again tied for first place. New Baden WHS defeated a second time, 16-2 and then Freeburg went to O'Fallon. Barth and Heillgenstein engaged in a hot duel in which Freeburg got 5 hits, O'Fallon only 2, but the game ended 2-l in favor of O'Fallon. Freeburg defeated Waterloo twice, 5-2 and 4-O, and won from New Athens the sec- ond we played them by a score of 2-l. We lost to Mascoutah which gave the championship to O'Fa11on. In addition to the ten conference games, the Midgets played Valmeyer 2 games and won both by scores of 4-5 and 6-O. The pitchers for the team were Co--captain Barney Heilfgenstein, Eddie Bryan and Jim Calkin. Barney and Eddie also alternating in cen- terfield. Co-captain Froggy Bauer did the catching while Zipfel, Daab, Hubbard, and Pflasterer manned the infield positions and Pete Schoen, Bob N1col,Moon Becker, Pete Mueller, Gene Gauch, and Bob Becherer were also on the squad. I Final Conference Standing Team Won Lost Pct. O'Fallon 8 2 .BOO FREEEURG 7 5 .700 Mascoutah 1 5 5 .625 New Athens 5 4 .556 Waterloo 5 6 .555 New Baden O lO .OOO Freeburg season record: 9 victories and 5 defeats. Basketball The Freeburg Community High School Midgets began preparation for a busy 1945--1945 season on Monday,October l5. A schedule of 14 con- ference games promised to keep the Blue and White cagers moving at a lively pace. An enthusiastic squad of 21 boys answered Coach Austin Mulkey's call for practice and work on fundamentals were started at once. The squad was as follows: Barney Heillgenstein, Don Ketten, william Bauer,Hoger Zlpfel, Bob Middendorf and Stanley Agne-senicrsg Merlin Hubbard, Kent Pflasterer, Harold Daab, and Bob Nicol-Juniors: Eddie Bryan,, Don Berger, Pete Schoen, end Burl Buchanan--sophsgJiM Calkin, Joe Kasper, Gene Gauch, Bob Becherer, Harold Becker, Bernard Koesterer, and Bob Ledbetter--freshmen, Returning varsity lettermen were: Bauer, Ketten, Heiligenstein, Middendorf, Zipfel, Pflastersr, Hubbard, and Bryan. Barney Heiligensteln, varsity letter winner in his soenomore and Junior seasons, was elected captain of the team. 595 l A :-: 0 ,F gp- ' '54 I s4W?b"'iV -Qixiw' 6 1' - ":':4':'o2:f - . oQi!,49WV years: Kfiiiif lf x- 489' 3EHfgfiH3 -.5.3.3.5.g.- g.5,g.3.3.3., SHHMEHQQ -:-:-:-:A:-:3'1-5.g.g.:.g.5,3.,g::::::3:5:g:gt kt .. 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Freeburg was defeated twice by Sparta, 49-58 and 48-40 and by Belleville Town- ship, 41-40. Conference Games - On November 16, the Midgets opened their conquest for thedahokia Conference title by going to New Baden and winning, 24-16. The Blue and White played a cautious game and were satisfied at even a narrow victory over the tall, highly-rated Zebras. Lebanon came to our school and we defeated them, 42-28. New Athens gave us a score by holding an 8-4 lead in the first quarter but we came back with l9 points in the second period and went on to win, 59-28.What was rated to be the flrst real test for the local team toof place on December l4 when the high- flying Dupo Tigers came to Freeburg. However, the game developed into a rout when the Midgets ran away with the contest, 65-46. Bauer,Ketten and Pflasterer lead the offense while Captain Helligenstein, Bryan and Hubbard'obtd1d themselves on defense. A In the final game before the Christmas holidays, Freeburgs hopes for the undefeated conference sea- son went out the window as O'Fallon put on a sensational shooting ex- hibition to win, 55-41. g After a rest over the holidays, the Midgets again open a drive for ward by walloping the Mascoutah Indians, 71-29. Another smashing vic- tory followed when New Baden was routed by the same score, 71-29. Bri- llant teamwork, passing and shooting were features of the Midgets at- tachs. Freeburg next journeyed to Lebanon and again defeated the Grey- hounds, 49-50. New Athens came here and was defeated, 49-29. The re- serve power of the Blue and White became more and more evident in this game as Helligensteln, who suffered a severely wrenched ankle and knee in the Marissa game, was unable to play. Agne, Mlddendorf, and Zipfel were performing expertly in reserve roles. with Helllgenstein still out of the game, Freeburg battled the stubborn Waterloo team into defeat, 50-59, as the conference race came into the home stretch. At this time Freeburg and OfFallon each had lO victories against l defeat: while Dupo was still very much ln the run- ning with 9-2 record. Each of these 5 teams had to play each otherone more in the final week of conference play. A crowd of l?OO people pack ed the Dupo gym on February 8 when the Midgets and their followerswent after that eleventh victory. Both teams were cautious and unwilling to open up and the first quarter ended, 5-5. The second quarter saw both teams gamble a little more and our team had built up a small lead by the end of the half, 12-9. In the third quarter Kent Pflasterer expl- oded 4 field goals, Mergin Hubbard 2 and Eddie Bryan 1 to SXVSDG the lead to 29-17 an the en of the third period. The fourth Quarter Sew the Midgets continue to dominate the play and the final score was, 57- 24. Outstanding on defense was Hubbard who held Dupo s high--scoring forward Amos scoreless. Captain Heiligenstein was able to play mOSu of the game and he also stood out on defense. Bryan, Ketten. Bauerand Pflasterer played superb basketball. Q ,,:QQv'esafi ,Q f ,s fZSw5A.wQgsmM- -v ,Q 0 WN,,.f "-I-I-I - 'Q Q - -. - 'viffi-1-eff? .. sfff? - V C5459 '-' . iw . ..,., I . .r , , , ,. ,.,.,.,.::3::g.3:::::-' 'g' f32zQgQz Nimw I egg ' A 9d?WWV Q Oh 'af ' -r X- Wfiivf V ' :-:-:':':-:-:-:- .-:-:-:-:-:-:-: .:.5.1.:.-. . -.-:+:-:f: .-.-.-:-:-:-:-:-:-:- B ,R .,-,.,.,.,. ,-,. swmiwmwmmwhw kx .. Q9 ::3:1:3:::5:3:5:g: gl321IQI:IAI3IQ1:IZIgf1I:IjIfI'Z:Z'fjIjI:I:2:Z:I' ':-:4:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:sz-z-z-:-:gg-:-:-:-:-:ei 2'I'I'I-Z-I-14 4 E u i E E n 5 E E 5 ! 2 F 5 5 I u 3 , F , i 5 mwndx? f:f:2:f:f:f:?:1:5f3f1fififfffffifffififffl' . .R in 4M km 3: 4 Ef5,:p:f:1 I'Ill'mHh " 5 ' nissan 'T 5 1 """ li-IHS! Eff Sig : .sg llllflll sy - ' 1' A ff. If " xg, - ' is 1' , . - 1 L' X Y l P """"'1vHn nnnwn - Y 'V Eg """' "" ' The stagewss set for the biggest game of the year as Freeburg and O' Fallon remained tied for first place-matching victory with v1otory.Fsns lined up as early as 4 o'clock and stood ln a drizzling rain to assure themselves of a seat for this classic contest, and they were not wrong because even before the preliminary contest started at 7 o'c1ock in the doors were closed and not even standing room remained. The Freeburg boys lost no time, and with Eddie Bryan penperlng the Panthers zone defense for four successive baskets, jumped into a 15-8 lead at the end of the first quarter. The Midgets defense was specially plannedto stop the sensational Carl Schneider, who had-scored 55 points in the prev- ious meeting of the two teams, and he was so entirely stymied in his efforts to get away from Heiligenstein, and later in the game, Hubbard that he became too aggressive and left the game on fouls in the third quarter.. Schneider was held to but 5 points-his lowest of this season that had given him a 22 point per game average. The final score ended, Freeburg 55 and O'Fallon 54 and while a game with Mascoutah remained on the schedule, this victory actually decided the race and gave the Mid- gets their second Cahokia Conference Championship in four years. Mas- coutah came to Freeburg and were snowed undeq in a 95-28 attack. Box Score of Freeburg-O'Fallon Game .L ,-:-:-:-: 55 Freeburg F.G. F.T. Pls. P Ke tten 4 3 2 11 Bauer 1 O O 2 Zlpfel O O 1 O Br ye n 6 1 5 15 Agn e O l O 1 Helligenstein 2 1 4 5 Mldd e ndo rf l O 3 2 Pflasterer 4 7 2 15 Hubbard 2 2 5 . Totals 20 15' 18 O'E'al1on F.G. F.T. Fls. P Schneider 1 5 5 5 Carson Z5 2 4 9 Touohette O O 5 O Zlnkgraf 5 ' 5 4 ll Pfeiffer O O 2 0 Barth' 2 1 1 5 White 2 1 5 QQ- Totals 11 12 22 54 Score by Quarters Freeburg 15 27 59 55 O'Fallon 8 15 25 54 Final Cahokia Conference Standing Team' Won Lost Pct. T.P. ODDS. FREEBUHG 15 1 .929 729 429 O'Fa1lon ll 5 .786 690 479 Dupo 11 5 .786 561 445 New Baden 7 7 ,500 420 482 Waterloo 6 8 .429 491 495 Lebanon 6 8 .429 427 445 New Athens 2 12 .145 597 564 ngscoutah 0 14 . ooo 415 761 Freeburg sets new conference score record with 729 points 1n14gamea fggggggiiggigqigy ie Q , J '2'?o'0"f' 9 5 9 .QQO ' v"' 1 sZ'f""1f"' 7 ..., fzfzfzfzfzfziz o. ' ,.3:f:f:5:1 -:-:-:-:-:-:.:-- :.:.g.:.3.:.1. :::::3:5:::::g:g:5:f:f" ' Qmewu ':-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:aa-:-:c-:-:..-,-:-:I:?:5:1:f:3:5:5:5: 3Z:2:Ig!g2gZ:Z'2-Ijglgfisijlglgfgxgijlgljlgfjljlglg :7:I:I:3:1:3ip:1:5:2..,2gtg:::::, -. :3:f:f:5:2:3:3:1: '.'Z'Z'Z'f'IgI .'2'Z'Z'Z'Z'I'I'Z'Z-I-I-I-'-'-'1'1'Z-I-Z'I'2 kt! Q6 .g:5:-:-:-:-:-: 55.5.54.g.:.:.3.g.5.3.5.g.1.3.:.5::.::-:-:-:-:-:-:- 'i:2:1:1:3:5:2:2:5zlzlzizigrgzgzgzffgfzzz1:f:i:1:1:1:1 g. :1:1:2:2:2:2'2'2'm-!-!+5-I't- ' IKIIIY A 1 3 Y :Zz :5: 1 ! lI'f"ll'5l ESE .523 i ' 5,5 illfflll sif if L 1+ ' WWI sg -----' ' no-9: :V B Q "Hun 1 - ,L uigimaa: . E Rvf ig .,.....'...,.,-,- nr r iw' Rh !14Q..- ,F ll-HMI as :si 5 I W District Tournament In the first round of play at the New Athens Tournament, Freeburg defeated Valmeyer, 54-19. The Cahokia Conference Champs stacked up a 10-1 lead in the first quarter on three deuces and a one-pointer by Bauer, a field basket by Capt. Barney Heiligenstein, and an ace by Don Ketten. At half time the count was 18-4. Bauer having added four fleldersg Ketten three, and Heillgenstein, one, and Kent Pflasterer and Merlin Hubbard a free pitch apiece. Teamwork was perfect and their was no promiscuous shooting. The Midgets constantly fed the man under the basket. Freeburg reserves entered the game with the score 56-7 in the third period, but the regulars were back again for most of the final quarter. ' Freeburg met and defeated New Baden in the semifinals, 57-41. Aim- ing their knockout blow early, Freeburg M1dget's-poured 20 points thr- ough the hoop in a free--scoring first quarter for a nine-point lead. By half-time, with Bill Bauer hitting consistently and his teammates giving him a total of 48 ln two tournament games. Don Ketten caged 13 and Kent Pflasterer and Eddie Bryan, nine each. In the finals of the tournament Freeburg met New Athens who had advanced by defeating Okawville and Marissa. Characteristic of their drive all through district play, the Midgets sped into an early lead, unleashed their power to quickly bury their opnonents,and then cruised to a 55-25 triumph over the New Athens Yellow Jackets. The Midgets salted away the triumph in the opening quarter by plunging a dozen through the hoop, while New Athens counted only a field basket. Then as if that were not enough,Mulkey's charges continues thedr onslaught to lead 28-9 at the half. B1llCFroggyJ Bauer, 5-foot, 9-inch senior forward, increased his tournament point total to 66 by looping seven field baskets and four free throws, a total of 18 tallies, and again all of the Midgets were where they should have been and were passing the ball, where it would do the most good. DonCKatJ Ketten, 6-foot sen- ior forward, and Capt. Barney Heiligenstein, 5-foot, ll-inch senior guard, totaled 10 points apiece, and Kent!KennyP Pflasterer, 5-foot, 8 inch Junior guard, contributed eight. To enter the championship game Freeburg mauled Valmeyer, 54-19, in the opening round and whipped New Baden 57-41, in the semifinals. Thus the Midgets piled up a total of 154 points, as-compared to 85 for their three tournament foes. The championship was the second of the year for Coach Mulkey and his crew. They also won the title in the Cahokia Conference, in which they won the title in the Cahokia Conference, in which they won 13 games while losing only one. Box Score of District Tournament Finals Freeburg F,G. 1-QT, . Els. P- Ke t ten , f , 4 2 5 10 Zlpfel , f Q 0 1 o Bauer , f '7 4 1 13 Daab,f 1 1 l 5 Bryan , c l 2 2 4 Agne,c O O 1 0 He111gensteln,g 4 2 4 10 M1ddendorf,g O O 1 O :Pflasterer,g 4 O I5 9 ' Hubbard , g -L Q- J-.. 2. 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The Midgets completed a 52 game schedule with 27 victories and only 5 defeats. The squad was honored at dinners and lndlvldualnfeedsn but the crowing event was the Athletic banquet on April 16. Glenn Mar- tin, coach at Southern Normal University, was the principal speaker. Varsity letters were awarded to the following boys: Captain ,Barney Helllgensteln, william Bauer, Don Ketten, Roger Zlpfel, Stanley Agne, Bob Middendorf, Kent Pflasterer, Merlin Hubbard, Harold Daab, and Ed- die Bryan. Minor letters were presented to Pete Schoen, Donald Borger, Joseph Kasper,Bob Nicol, Harold Becker,Bob Becherer,Bernard Koesterer, Burl Buchanan, Jim Calkin, and Gene Gauch. Sparta-Junior Tourament 1 . Immediately after the regional tournament at Belleville, the Mid- gets' Junior team, composed entirely of freshmen and sophomores, began to prepare for the 27th annual Sparta Junior Tournament. Freeburg had won the meet last year and the boys were particularly anxious to an- nex a second leg toward permanent possession of the traveling trophy. Freeburg's first foe was Nashville and superb playing by Bryan, Calkln, Borger, Schoen, and Kasper brought home a vlctory,' 42-55. In the second round,the Blue E White faced a very highly-rated Belleville Township team and trounced them soundly, 42-28. In the semi-finals, our team ran up against a good Plnckneyville team and again came out victorious, 52-25. The Sparta Bulldogs had advanced to the finals ln the other bracket and they were strong favorites to win the champion- ship. However, the determination of the Junior Midgets was not to be denied, and as s result, Sparta was thoroughly and completely 'out- played and outsmarted. The final score was 42-29 with the winners holding a lead all the way. 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An am- bitious schedule of 13 games had been arranged which promised to offer some very stiff competicn. As our book goes tp press we have played on- ly 4 games. we opened the season on April 4 when O'Fal1on, conference champions of last fa11,came here. with Heillgenstein and Bryan dividing the pitching duties, we hammered our opponents, 15-4. Bryan and Hddnrd hit home runs and the first 6 batters is the Freeburg lineup-Pflasteren Hubbard, Bauer,Bryan, Borger,snd Helllgenstein gathered at least 2 hits apiece. On April 9, we went to Belleville for a game with the Township High Maroons. Even though he was wild at t1mes,I-Ieiligenstein was master with men on base and Freeburg was v1ctor1ous,6-5. A freshman-sophomore game with Belleville Township was played on April 10 and Eddie Bryanen- tered Uhall of famen by hurling a no-hit, no-run game. The Junior Mid- gets won the game, 8-O. In the final game before the annual goes to press, we defeated Highland on our diamond, 7-O. 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