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Page 68 text:
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Captain Kali! alternated at center and guard. 11«• was an aggressive and consistent player, and captained liis team in a praise-worthy manner. Cy was continually in the light and proved a consistent scorer especially at close range shots.
Kay. captain-elect, was a speedy and conscientious player. 11 is work at forward position was highly commendable and will especially he remembered because of l»:s spectacular long range shots.
Johnny was a new man on the squad, a shifty and dependable player, lie was not a regular, but fortunately he is to he back and will no doubt be a mainstay on next year's team.
Page 67 text:
CVT I' the beginning of the season prospects looked bright for a xvin-dS ning team. Among the twenty-live men that reported tor practice were four of last year’s letter men—Kahl. Bute. Morris anil Bassett. Alter several weeks of light training a game was played with the Company "I” all-star aggregation. The Wildcats were defeated by a 49-28 score. The remaining weeks before vacation were spent in hard training.
On January 5. several days after school reopened, a return game was played with Co. “I” and. although the Wildcats were defeated by a score of 36 to 23. much improvement in the squad was noticeable. Four days later Coach Bute took the team to Fergus balls, where it defeated Park Region in a hard-lought game, 23 to 17. During the rest of the season the Wildcats put up hard lights.
Coach Bute hail a great deal to contend with during the season. Sickness anil casualties kept some ol the regulars out of nearly everv game. Misfortune seemed to be working against the boys and they lost game alter game by the small margin of one point.
Page 69 text:
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KENNETH BUTE Kenneth was a shifty and aggressive type of player. At ■jiiaul pcstion lie was unflagging in his efforts to protect his basket and a valuable passer.
WALTER El DEM Walter was very light, hut this handicap was balanced In- his eagle eye and long and spectacular shots. Luckily he is :«i he back next vear.
WILBUR LI'N DAY
At guard position Wilbur proved an invaluable man. Mis team-mates worried little when the duty of protecting the basket was in his care. He will be remembered as a consistent and dependable player.
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