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Page 113 text:
FIRST ROW fleft to rightjz Tipton, Howarth.
Shepherd, Bigler. Enz.
SECOND ROW: Steele, Fryback. Todd, Cox.
THIRD ROW: C. E. Bartholomew-instructor
McConnaughay, Howe, Dummer. Bayless.
Schroeder, Tolley. Boyden.
Golf Team A
lib' ity lfetmen
l Organized for the first time the Terror swim
team lived up to the high laurels of C. S. H. S.
by proving its superiority in many ways.
Under the able guidance of Coach Bartholo-
mew, many splendid mermen were produced.
l The first meet that the C. S. H. S. swim team
encountered was with the Pueblo Y. M. C. A.
From the very first the Terrors outpointed
them in more ways than one. The honors of
the day Went to Bill Fryback who took first
place in the breast stroke, and Sam Bayless
who gave his best to Win the 220 yard free
style. Dummer and Todd took second and
third places respectively in the 40 yard free
style. Shepherd and Battin brought up second
and third in the back stroke, while Tolly swam
into third place in the 100 yard free style.
l Many swim meets were held later in the
season, in which the swim team added many
more victories to their credit.
l In the spring a young man's fancy slightly
turns to thoughts of-golf!
l When Coach Carmody issued the call for
golf fans, a considerable number turned out.
each determined to shove Lawson Little clown
a notch. Whether they have accomplished
this remains to be seen, but nevertheless,
C. S. H. S. is proud of its golf teams for it
added much to our Hall of Fame in the field
l Each member of the golf team must be a
member of the country club and he has the
privilege of using the course at any time. If
you perchance see one of the team out pegging
away some Saturday afternoon you'll know
he is practicing for the good old Alma Mater.
Here's to a season of good golf to our team
and to its new coach, Mr. W. F. Carmody.
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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G. A. A.
FIRST ROW lleft to rightl: Hampy. Bridges, Callaway, File, Bartell. Fortney, Baker, Blakey, Pittman,
Fulker. Isbell. Ellis.
SECOND ROW: Beck. Cameron, Clevenger, Fuller, Kincher, Ferguson. Bonds, Woodward. Hoyt. Davis.
Wagner. Edmonston, Pappas, Collier.
THlRD ROW: Tr-ason, Wilson, Cook, Dilts, Crane, Hipp, Rose. Stephens, M.Collicr, Gordon, Gunckel.
FOURTH ROW: Schlessinger, Neifert, Easterday. Bartell. Anderson, Bishoff, Wright. Reilly. Yoder. Miller.
Caldwell, Kettell, Aukerman.
FIFTH ROW: Mrs. Burhrink. Dew, Meeker. French, Crosslen, Anderson. Le Baron, Reilly, Wright.
Dickerson, Schrimpf. Truman. Auflick. Hill, Miss Sherwood.
poke and podtute
l "Wed rather belong to G. A. A. than any-
thing else we know-" So sing the members
of the Girls Athletic Association, and good
reason for it, too. A wide and varied program
of activities and capable leadership combined
to make this past year a very succwsful one
for the girl athletes. Lorraine Fortney was
president of the club, with Lois Blakey as a
very helpful vice-president. As secretary of
the club Margie Lee Baker took minutes at
meetings and notified new members. Mar-
guerite Bartell collected dues in her capacity
as treasurer. Miss Sherwood and Mrs. Bur-
brink very successfully guided the organization
through its program for 1937-38. In the fall of
the school term a Mother-Daughter Tea was
given for the members and the mothers of the
members. An annual affair, this tea has never
failed to be a success. In the spring the
G. A. A. banquet was held to bid adieu to the
seniors, install next year's officers, and present
awards to the girls who had earned them.
Each year a G. A. A. sweater is given to the
girl who has earned the most points during the
year. A small loving cup is given to the girl
who earns the most points in her three years
in high school. Stiff competition within the club
made it an exciting race. The high point girls
were not announced until the night of the
l Under the auspices of the Girl's Athletic
Association, two important clubs were organ-
ized. The Girls Pep Club was organized to
serve as an additional honor to girls who had
earned over seven hundred and fifty points.
Later the requirement was lowered to four
hundred and fifty. The Outing Club was
formed to make it possible for the members
to do all the outdoor sports they wanted to
and still have it under the direction and
guidance of the Girls Athletic Association.
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