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Page 111 text:
l The next field meet that the Terror track-
sters invaded was the C. C. relays. The Terror
team had high hopes of sending East Denver
High down the hatch, but East proved her
superiority by taking a clean sweep in all five
relays for their second consecutive victory in
the C. C. relays. C. S. H. S. was compelled
to postpone their high hopes and content them-
selves with third place. Parker heaved the
javelin for an undisputed first. Spoor repeated
his win in the 120 high hurdles. B, Thomas
broke the 1935 high jump record with a jump
of 5 feet, 11M inches. Spurred on by these
victories the Terror relay team, capitalizing on
a driving finish by Stimits, made the 880 relay
contest a thrilling one. Despite all this we
rated only second place. Next year the Terrors
will attend the C. C. relays with the same grim
determination to win, and one never knows
what they might do.
l The arrival of the divisional was a much
awaited event, for this meet determined which
track team would compete for the State
championship. Stimits, holding his own, easily
took the 100 and 220 yard dash. Spoor re-
peated his winning streak for the third con-
secutive time by placing first in both 120 high
hurdles and discus throw. C. S. H. S. also
tracked down the cinder for first in the 880
relay. Luce placed first in the shot-put, while
Parker broke his jinx to win in the javelin
throw. With this victory the golden road to
the State meet was open to C. S. H. S.
I In the State meet C. S. H. S. met the tough-
est competition of the whole year, and only
through sheer effort and determination pulled
down second place with East Denver still
riding high. Stimits in his usual manner
clinched the 100 yard dash and set a new
record in the 220, our only first places. Many
second place honors were given to Spoor, B.
Thomas, and Ader.
l And so C. S. H. S. closed a brilliant year in
the field of sports with three South Central
League banners proudly hanging among our
other trophies. What other school can boast of
an All-American Sport record such as ours?
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FIRST ROW tleft to rightl: Elliott, Thomas. Adcr, Hazlctt, Spoor, Parker, Yoder, Walker, Evancich.
SECOND ROW: Coach Preston, Fisher, Scott, Hood, Green, Denny, Espander, Coach Iohnson, Kilpatrick.
THIRD ROW: Meyers. Boatright. Dickerson. Shandrick, Tritt. Cunningham. Davis. Rozzlr.
ABSENT FROM PICTURE-Stimits. Smith, Whetstone, Edwards, Luce, McKnight.
nzyhtd of the Zhafet---gAam,2ion5.l
l Running true to form the Terror tracksters
brought home the bacon, the South Central
League Track championship, thus climaxing
a year in the field of sports with three new
championship banners. Under the untiring
efforts of coaches Iohnson and Preston, such
stellar cindermen as Ader, 440 king: Stimits,
premier sprinter: Parker, ace javelin many
Elliott, crack broad jumper, and many other
consistent point winners mounted the steps of
victory to win for C. S. H. S.
l Starting the season off with the Trinidad
Iunior College meet, the track team showed the
results of their rigorous training. In the 120
yard hurdles, Spoor placed second to spur the
Terrors on to first place honors. Most of our
points were obtained from second and third
places. There were, however, two firsts,
namely: Stimits, the undisputed king of the
cinders who broke all previous records for the
220 yard dash, and Walker who heaved the
eight pound shot-put for a winning throw of
41 feet, 7 inches. And so it was that the
Terrors chalked up their first track victory.
I The next goal in sight, and one that would
add much prestige to the winning school, was
the South Central League meet. Coaches
Iohnson and Preston picked the cream of the
crop to journey to Pueblo to enter in the
friendly competition with the League. Stimits
added two more victories to his laurels by
virtue of winning both the 100 and 220 yard
dash. Spoor turned in a nice performance for
a win in the 120 high hurdles and the discus
throw. Luce placed the shot-put for 41 feet,
7 inches, and none could meet this challenge.
To top off the meet, the Terrors' crack relay
team, Scott, Denny, Whetstone, and Ader,
placed first in the medley. Another South
Central League victory was in the Terrors
Page 112 text:
l The C. S. H. S. tennis team under the coach-
manship of Mr. Albrecht made steps that
definitely point toward progress. The tennis
team has high hopes for a South Central
League Championship, and as we view their
form and poise which they attain from con-
stant and vigorous training, we can see that
they base their hope on solid logic. It has also
been rumored that the tennis team is going to
light to the last ditch for the championship
banner of the South Central League, in order
to live up to the fame and glory other athletic
teams have added to our laurels. So who are
we to doubt Dame Rumor, especially when
she brings stirring predictions.
l As we go to press the team has not had any
real tennis meets: however, they have sched-
uled meets with Manitou Springs High, Foun-
tain Valley, and then the South Central meet
at which it is predicted that C. S. H. S. will
surely emerge as victors.
I Coach Albrecht demands precision in his
team and urges them to take training very
seriously. As a result the boys put hard work
into their practice and were notably rewarded
for their efforts.
l Among our noble ranks are Leo Woods and
Duane Quamme, who displayed remarkable
form throughout the whole season. Also lim
Rouse, Donald Hall, Gene Marshall, Ralph
Fuller, Charles Butler, Iames Morgan, and
Bob Clark are members of the team.
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