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THIRD ROW: Toler, Taylor, Wetzler, Henning. SECOND ROW: Seaton, Hawks, Boque, Kribben, Lewis, Henderson,
Kcxmmer, Meyers, Fenwick, Vowell. FIRST ROW: Thiele, Polkinqhorne, Ptanstiel, Sanders, Schwidde, Iohnston, McGrath,
Diamond Stars Displa Finesse
0 BECOME Missouri State Champions the
l953 Varsity Baseball Team defeated McBride
by a score of 2-l. Although there were few ont-
standing players, the boys combined their talents to
achieve their desired goal.
it Viking is safe as he beats out the throw to
ln last year's Suburban League play, the Viking
nine won 19 of the 23 games they played.
Coached by Mr. Arthur Shipherd, the l951l1 team
was lcd by Captain Eugene Schwidde. It was very
fortunate in having eight returning lettermen---four
composed a veteran infield. Hoping to win another
state title, the following returned to the team:
Schwidde, center fieldg Polkinghorne, left fieldg
Thiele, third baseg Pfanstiel, second baseg Sanders.
short stopg Johnston, pitcher or first haseg and Mc-
Grath, catcher. Many non-lettermen bolstered the
team and gained experienee for next year. A MBT
team was formed to give more material for future
ln the Suburban League the top teams for 1954
were Vlfebster, Maplewood, U. City and Ritenour.
As the Saga went to press, a strong Normandy
team. filled with a fighting spirit, prepared to bring
home top honors.