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The Freshman Center-Ball Team
Irene Robbins, Captain Boxes
Guards Jean Dearness Lillian Herschede
Dorothy Onken Rose Bagley Majel Coleman Jessie Gregg
Alma Daniels Frances Haven Mary Compton Mary Steele
IN spite of little practice and an absolute lack of confidence, the Freshies
turned out an exceptionally good center-ball team this year. They worked
hard and enthusiastically and although they did not succeed in humbling any
other teams, nevertheless they gave them all much cause for anxiety and worry.
The good work of the team was due in many respects to the untiring efforts of
the Captain, Irene Robbins. Gertrude McDiarmid also deserves much credit
for her fine spirited playing.
The A-D game, although the score was 12-7 favor the A's, was particularly
well done by the D's for their display of spirit and co-operation so frightened the
A's that they simply gave away 7 points before they got over the extraordinary
display of teamwork.
To say it all in a few words, the Freshman Team did well and lost cheerfully.
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. So here's to the Freshies-may
you always keep your class spirit and enthusiasm and may you in the years to
come be rewarded by victory. I. R., '21,
AT the close of the center-ball season volley-ball made its appearance and the
girls of the different classes responded valiantly to the call.
The teams, all with high hopes, met the next week. Some very exciting
games followed and resulted in the A and D teams taking the lead.
It was then decided that these games would merely be 'fhalves" and that
the following week the games would be continued. The next Tuesday the
teams, with unflagging spirit, met once more. Although all the teams played
well, the "Freshies"-mirabile dictu-won the championship.
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