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Page 111 text:
GIRLS' CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL 'TEAM
GRACE MooMAw .... . ........ Manager
GLENDA HOUGH .,..,., ...... C aptwin
HIS year the Seniors won the coveted championship- They surpassed
even the Juniors and Sophomores in their ability and probably would
' ' have vanquished the Freshmen team had there been one.
Miss Cavanaugh, the new instructor, is an excellent friend and help-
mate for all the girls, and especially for those interested in basketball.
All of the girls Worked hard the past season. There was gym practice
every Monday and Friday at two-thirty o'clock from October until the
playing of the championship games in January.
The girls winning "T's" this year are Glenda Hough, Captain and star
forwardg Grace Moomaw, star guard and managerg Esther Eshelman cen-
ter, Hazel Boyce, guard, and Elnora Knee, side-center of the Senior team.
The Juniors included Catherine English, captain, Eloyse Sargent and Edna
Ruth Carr. The Sophomores were upheld by Catherine Wassman and
The championship girls appearing in the picture are, reading left to
right, Elnora Knee, Evangeline Paravano, Esther Eshelman, Glenda Hough,
Grace Moomaw and Hazel Boyce.
Page 110 text:
AUGUST TERNEAK ....... ...,..,.... C aptain
JAMES BRADLEY ........ ......... M anager
OACH LOWREY had but a single veteran, Captain Terneak, around
, which to build a Tech quint. Nevertheless, there were candidates of
A' no mean ability, but lacked the training of a drilled unit, who pre-
sented themselves as the nucleus of the regular five. There remained,
therefore, the task of instilling into the squad the principles of teamwork,
a task of which Coach Lowrey proved himself fully equal, as the results
of the past season's team have shown.
The outcome of the first few games was all that could be expected.
The team improved as the season progressed, barely being defeated in
a hectic struggle with the strong Western combination. In the next con-
test Business provided al decisive victory for the Maroon and Gray. Al-
though an untimely clash after the Central-Western tilt caused the series
to be discontinued, it did not close the season, as many outside games were
played on foreign courts. These contests have proved a valuable asset
to the teamwork and co-operation to those who will uphold Tech's colors
on the next year's court.
This year's team was marked by the steady playing of Captain Ter-
neak at guard, and the brilliant scoring of Wiegel and Berger, at forward
and center, respectively.
Of those on this season's squad Terneak, Wiegel, Galotta, Gaskins,
Smith, and Leyking will graduate, leaving only a few around whom to
construct next year's quint.
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EDWARD SCHULTZ .... . ........ M anager
DAVID LEGUM ......... ....... C alptain
ENNIS is one of the newest inter-high sports and places on our team
W, are earnestly sought by the racquet enthusiasts of the school. Last
' ' year under the able coaching of Mr. Zearfoss and the spirited leading
of Captain Fred Doyle the team made a very creditable' showing in the
inter-scholastic competitions. Though three of last year's best men were
lost through graduation, we still have Legum, Rice, and Schultz around
which to build a team worthy of upholding Tech's colors on the court.
There are many more or less promising candidates striving for a place
on this season's team from whom Mr. Zearfoss may choose his players.
These selections as is the custom will be made through a series of elimi-
The fall tournament of last year, which was left uncompleted because
of inclement weather conditions, will be played out this spring.
Manager Schultz has in view several matches, whereby our team can
test its mettle against a number of prominent prep-school combinations in
addition to the regular schedule of inter-high matches.
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