Garden City Community College - Broncbuster Yearbook (Garden City, KS)
- Class of 1951
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To the football team and coaches of Garden City Junior College, who, by their
valor and good sportsmanship, their never say die spirit, a commendable record that
won the State Championship and participation in the Little Sugar Bowl Classic, we
proudly dedicate this annual.
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Secretary to Dean Secretary to Dean, MRS. ALMA PROUDFIT
MRS. DORA THOMAS Office Staff, MRS. DAVID WILLIAMS, and
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Yearbooks are always interesting. The interest of the present
class in the current book will increase with the passing of time.
This year has been a strenuous one marked by uncertainty and
tension due to world affairs. lt has been difficult to make plans
for the future. ln spite of all the unrest, students are to be comp-
limented for doing an admirable piece of work. The year has been
a challenging one to you, and you have carried on with remarkable
vigor and enthusiasm.
Our very best wishes are yours. All of us will do well to re-
member that failures in life are not those who are unable to win
great victories, but those who never seriously try.
Our students have dedicated the Broncbuster to the State
Champion Football Team of 1950. We are proud that it takes
students who are above average to produce a championship team.
Our present student body has performed with efficiency in the
classroom as well as in athletic competition. May this book be a
constant reminder of a year well spent in the classroom and in
the various activities sponsored by the Garden City Junior College.
As we look back across the year's happenings we observe
many events of note. One of those is a football championship.
Yet more important than the season's football record is what
that record signifies: a series of personal campaigns to gain in-
dividual proficiency and at the same time to lose self in a larger
That will to excellence is not peculiar to footballers, nor is
the value of teamwork limited to the athletic field. Indeed other
phases of college life, though less spectacular, are equally
Today statistics measure the success of the l950 grid season,
but itwill be the permanent and ever-needed yardage gains in dis-
cipline, diligence, dependability, and selflessness that will measure
its influence long after the trophies are tarnished.
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The largest freshman class in the history of Garden City made its appearance in the
fall of 1950. Some were "wheels" recently graduated from high school, a few were
veterans, but by and large they were the same green "frosh" that were in the space
of one short year would become the wise and classroom-hardened sophomores of
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Patterson, Hg Long, R, Hays, D, Underwood, Wg Glasse, TgKillfoi1, J, Durr, Tg Mgr. Burlin, B
MIDDLE ROW: Coach Morris, J, Tyler, C3 Webster, Jg Nispel, B5 Johnston, Mg Bondurant, D, Kemper
G9 Ortiz, Vg Johnston, Ag Langley, B5 Roberson, Jg Gleason, D5 McGillivray, D, Asper, Ry Fix, D.
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Pueblo Junior College, Colorado O -- --- Garden City Junior College--- --- 26
McCook Junior College, Nebraska 7--- ---------------------------- --- 32
Dodge City Junior College, Kansas 7--- -------------------------- -- 13
Lamar Junior College, Colorado l3--- --- Z5
Arkansas City Junior College, Kansas l3--- -- 39
Hutchinson Junior College, Kansas Z7 -- -- 6
LaJunta Junior College, Colorado 7--- --- 53
Pratt Junior College, Kansas 6--- --- Z5
Eldorado Junior College, Kansas 7--- --- 32
Coffeyville Junior College, Kansas 9--- --- 10
Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas 4l--- - 0
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Durr around the end for a gain against Pueblo.
Three weeks of hard practicing proved success-
ful when the Bronc Busters completely outplayed
aPueblo, Colorado eleven and came out on top with
a Z6-0 victory in the opener in Penrose Stadium.
Asper scored three touchdowns and Klotz one. The
team played inspired football both offensively and
The followingweekthe Busters ventured to Mc-
Cook, Nebraska, whereafter a tight 7-7 first half,
the locals opened an unsurpassable attack to score
4 more times to win 33-7.
Dodge City proved to be a worthy foe as Garden
City faced its first league competition. The teams
fought to a 7-7 first half as Patterson scored on a
pass for the Broncos. After a scoreless third
quarter and what seemed to be the same in the 4th,
Tuck Glasse fired another pass to Patterson who
made a brilliant run to pay dirt. The final score
Heavy penalties and an inspired Lamar team gave
the Broncos a scare in their next game but the
machine refused to be beaten and Garden City came
out on top Z5-13.
Arkansas City proved no match for the mighty
onslaught of the Busters as the Garden City team
rolled over the Tigers 39-l3 as Coach Morris clear-
ed the Cv. C. bench. Don Fix and Verlyn Bryson
each contributed two touchdowns. Durr and Hays
each scored one.
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ty enthusiastic boys turn-
ed out under a scorching
summer sun to open the
l95l football season. Un-
der the new coaching re-
gime of Jack Morris and
his assistant Roland Ei-
lerts, the predictions all
pointed to a propitious
and exciting season.
Patterson catches the
pass that won the game
The Busters' bid for the title faltered, as a well
coached Hutchinson team, helped by two ruled pass
interferences, downed the Garden City team Z7-6.
Asper scored the lone tally for the Broncos.
Bouncing backfrom their previous defeat the Bust-
ers shellacked a La Junta, Colorado team 53-7. The
scoring was well divided as the reserves played the
entire second half.
Pratt Junior College was the next obstacle. After
taking the kickoff to their own 45, Ray Asper scored
on the firstplay from scrimmage through the center of
the Pratt line. Webster, Patterson, and Glasse also
J. Roberson eyes
Dodge City defensive
Don Frazier makes
six more points
against La Junta.
contributed to the score as the locals won 25-6.
The Juco Busters returned home to play the favored
El Dorado Grizzlies. Awin meant a share of the West-1
ern Division title and a possible state championship bid.
The Broncos were inspired and ready for the Grizzlies.
They scored four times in the last l7 minutes of the
first half on passes from Glasse to Patterson and Webs-
ter, and two line plunges by Travis Durr. The Busters
scored only once in the Znd half while allowing the
Grizzlies 7 points. The score was 32-7 as the final
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Action in the
A meeting of Deans at Eldorado decided that the
Garden City team should be picked to play Coffeyville
for the state title. The game was a battle from start
to finish. Coffeyville scored 9 points in the first
quarter on a touchdown and a field goal. The locals
scored 6 points on a touchdown by Durr. Hays added
the conversion. The Red Ravens were held scoreless
the rest of the game by a fighting Buster line led by
Duane Mueller. One minute and Z0 seconds remained
in the game as the score stood 9-7. Verlyn Bryson
came inthe game and calmly booted a field goal. 10-9
the score remained.
After winning the state play off, Garden City ac-
cepted a bowl bid to the Junior Sugar Bowl in Monroe,
Louisiana, to play Del Mar College of Corpus Christi.
The Del Mar team was fast and experienced. Garden
Cityfailedto score as the Texans scored four times in
the first half and twice in the second half. The team
played hard, clean football for G, C, J. C., but were just
outclassed 41-0. This was the final game of the l950
Don McGillivray and Don Powell were elected
honorary team captains.
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TOP ROW: Coach Hall E., Cline L, 5 Rader P. 5 McGillivray D. 5 Rice B. g Patterson H. 3 Assistant Coach
Morris J. MIDDLE ROW: Kimberly M., Roberts M., Webster J., Highlanderg Williams T. BOTTOM
ROVN: Manager Gurlin B. 3 Almond, Glasse T. 3 Huelskamp P. 5 Almond.
Coach Ed I-lall's basketeers opened the l95l season by
winning second place in the Garden City lnvitational tour-
nament, losing to Hutchinson in the finals 67-45.
Compton, California proved too much for the Broncs
by defeating them 82-54, but bounced back to whip Pueblo
66-37 and Phoenix 64-45.
The Busters hit their stride on a road trip which netted
victories over La Junta 74-56, 'Trinidad 44-41, Clarendon,
Texas 76-5l, and Amarillo 47-39.
Returning home the Busters trounced La Junta again
64-30 to round out the pre-league play.
ln the first league game, the locals suffered a set back
at the hands of Hutchinson 62-48 on the victor's court.
G, C, J, C. thenbeat Dodge City here on the local court
57-52 in a hotly contested game which was a major ob-
stacle in the winning trail. The victors were never headed.
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The Broncs left again on a road trip. El
Dorado was the first victim as the locals
won48-43. Ark City showed the boys a rough
time as Garden City managed to win 53-52.
Pratt also proved stubborn but the spirit of
the team and team work combined to give
the Busters a 43-40 victory, The Hallmen
returned home for a period of relaxation as
they beat Amarillo in a non-league game
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The Grizzlies of E1 Dorado proved no match
ifor the Broncs as they were defeated 65-45.
iArc City and Trinidad also fell in the wake as
qthe Broncs were victorious over the Tigers
i66-49 and the Coloradoans 68-55.
Garden City again tasted defeat by being
beat by Dodge City in the last minute.
:This defeat tossed the Division into a three way
tie between Dodge, Hutchinson, and Garden
City. Hutchinson then beat Dodge City to elim-
inate the Conqs from the race.
ln a battle of which the Blue Dragons of
Hutchinson were proven inferior, the Busters
handily beat them 74-58.
The Western Division title was clinched by
Garden City as the Broncs won over Pratt 68-41.
This title gave the bid for the Kansas State
Basketball Championship to the Busters.
The team wound up scheduled play by beating
lPueblo, Colorado 64-41.
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Crowned Queen at the Homecoming Game withElDorado, Miss Norma Jean McClure. Her attendants
were Miss Gay Brown and Miss Sally Gardiner. Curtis Kinney was crownbearer and Janie Hammond and
Jeanie Phillips were flower girls.
Reigning over the Homecoming Dance is Queen Norma Jean. Her attendants and escorts from left to
right are: Duane Hays, Gay Grown, Joe Frazier, Queen Norma Jean, Rex Ladner, and Sally Gardiner.
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BACK ROW: Lyle Baker, Don Gleason, Alvin Johnston, Duane Hays, Karel Roberts. MIDDLE ROW: Joan
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The members of the G. C. J. C. Pep Club are responsible for the enthusiastic pep furnished the football
and basketball champions this year,
The club presented several skits, pep assemblies, and rallies during the year. The most memorable
of these was the pep rally to encourage the football boys on their way to the Little Sugar Bowl game at Monroe,
The Pep Club boasts sixty members, and the officers for the yexar were .lane Basinger-President, Joan
Basinger-Vice-President, Sally Gardiner-Secretary-Treasurer.
Zena Allison, Elmo Hunter, Patti Evans, Nickie Seymour, Gay Brown.
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DUANE WEST, BUSINESS MGR.
Mary LOU Waits ---- -------------- A ssistant Editor
Darrell Degenhart ---- -- Assistant Business Manager
DOH Powell --------- ----------- - -- Sports Editor
Joan Basinger--- -- Sales Manager
Art ---------- --- Clara Molineux and Jay Roberson
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A three act comedy-tragedy, SUN UP, was presented November 8 and 9, 1950 by the play production
class and members of the Garden City Junior College.
SUN UP was a play centering around the lives of simple mountaineers from North Carolina who made
their living by moonshinin', payin' no mind to the law and not even knowing a government existed farther
than revenue men. "
Maw Cagle --
Ruff Cagle --
She riff's Helper
Stranger -- -
Director - -------
Stage Manager - - -
CAST OF CHARAC TERS
Mary Lou Waits
--- Bob Langley
--- Travis Burr
---f- Gay Brown
-- Damon Foster
-- Dean Eilerts
-- Bill Renick
- Keith Akins
--L- Lee Calkins
This page the compliments of NOLAN MOTOR COMPANY
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THE STUDENT COUNCIL
SEATED: Duane Hays, Mr. Thacker, Bob Nispel, Norma Jean McClure,
N Kenneth Webster. STANDING: Zena Allison, Don Fix, Mary Lou Waits,
l Don Gleason.
Student Council, l95O-1951 style, was led by the BMOC fBig Man on Campus,
3 President Bob Nispel and assisted by Norma Jean McClure, Secretary-Treasurer.
1 The Student Council sponsored Hobo Day and the annual Sneak Day. Selling conces-
, sions at sports events was another big task with the profits financing the junior college
l banquet and prom.
This page the compliments of MUI..I..IN'S FURNITURE and APPLIANCES
FRONT ROW: Don Gleason, Darral Almond, Don Powell, Gerald Ireland, Dick Bondurant, Bob Nispel, Tom
Williams, Jack Morris-Coach, Ed Hall-Coach. SECOND ROW: Harold Patterson, Walter Underwood, Ray
Asper, Jay Roberson, Duane Hays, Joe Frazier, Gilbert Kemper, Manford Kimberly, Charlie Tyler, Bob
Burlin. BACK ROW: Melvin Giesaking, Milt Roberts, Leslie Cline, Paul Rader, Don McGillivray, Jim
Webster, Farrel Piser, Chuck Barclay, Tuck Glasse.
The Garden City Junior College G-Club is the organ- A
ization for those who have lettered in football, basketball, 6 2
track, or baseball. The G-Club this year had charge of I 3 .---N
the concessions at the Class A Regional Basketball tourna-
ment in order to finance the purchase of track equipment
and the annual social function. The G-Club's major social
affair of the year was an informal party held in May,
This page the compliments of BOYD E. STEHWEIN
our hearts were young and gay
This page the compliments of TRADER'S GROCERY
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l. BillRenickproves he has admirers, at least at the Center. 2. Bill, Paul, and Bill as freshmen. 3. Mr.
Akins demonstrates his culinary prowess. 4. The trophy we didn't get. 5. Good-bye, gang. 6. Maybe she's
upstairs, Jay. 7. 'S-now good. 8. It was so cold and so early when we wished them well on their trip to
Louisiana. 9. Sit down, Rex, so We can be on our way.
This page the compliments of FANSI..ER'S TIRE SERVICE and SUPPLY
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l,Calculus class--we like this pose. Z. Mary Lou cries ah, while Lee holds up the ceiling with her head.
3. Who's cheering now? 4. Essentials of Reading--Once there were three bears. . . 5. Where friends meet.
7. The workhouse. 8. Ye editor smiles. 9. Butterfingers--not you, Pat! 10, Downbeat by Art Williams
8zCo. ll, Openyour eyes, Tuck. 12, Joan, Norma Jean, and Bob get ideas for the yearbook. 13. Three splits
too many. 14. Yes, Bob, we know it's gone. 15. The wheat crop must be good, eh Bob? l6. Duane Mueller
absorbs Psychology while Bondurant and Harmon are merely absorbed. 17. Marie and .Terry--jitterbug
artists. 18. Ah! What a life, Joe. Y
This page the compliments of THE MCALLISTER-FITZGERALD LUMBEWR CO.
1. Smittytriesto inspire the gang to hurry to class. Z. Eva Deines tries to see the birdie while the rest sit
idly by. 3. Stoverdeals a pint to Williams as Bartlett and Bailey drool. 4. Travis Durr displays leg art to
dramatics Class. 5. Germany's gift to Garden City, Hans Breuer, exchange student. 6. What a stinker
Elmo proved to be--or is it garlic ? 7, Floradora girls, .lane and Joan. 8. Repeat--We didn't like the pic-
ture on page 45. 9. Eilerts as a parson--the others aren't impressed. lO. What, no cuts today, boys?
ll, The annual staff ponders a preposterous problem. lZ, Naughty, naughty, boys--not on the campus.
This page the compliments of the CO-OP SERVICE STATION
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THE FAMILY BOOTERIE
THE ARMY STORE
NAVRAT OFFICE EQUIPMENT
CAMPBELL ABSTRACT CO.
WALKER'S OFFICE MACHINES
SMITH MOTOR CO.
BURTIS-NUNN IMPLEMENT CO. .
JOHNS MOTOR CO.
GEORGE E. KINNEY, Tax Consultant and Accountant
OLL BROWN'S RECREATION
SCHOONOVER INSURANCE SERVICE
DON'S RADIO SERVICE
J. H KELLAR
TRAIL INN MOTEL
VINCENT E. BECKETT
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