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Rick Mooney performs an e:-:ercise on the slanted bar as Keith
' Bird, lirri Baber Sazri Phillipy, Dennis Snyder, and Ron Conklin go
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ough other :orrlitioning et-:ercises
"I-leave-ho," says Sophomore Victor Geberin as
hr- prepares to lift the bar bells during a weight-
Because of the distance' and expense in-
volved in traveling to meets, wrestling,
which has always been a winter sport at
pl-iS, was dropped this year. instead, a
iveight-lifting program was instituted so that
more boys would have the opportunity to
keep in shape all vear long. Held three
days a week throughout the winter at the
lunior High School, the program involved
chiefly underclassinen who wanted to keep
in shape for football, Mr. Robert Larson,
who directed the program, supervised the
boys in various beneficial exercises. He was
assisted by three seniors, Sain Phillipy, Keith
Bird and Frank Anderson.
Page 103 text:
Sectional Crown Earned by Bengals
Members of the 1962-63 fighting Tigers arei Row 1: Danny
Hentgen, Glenn Borden, Bob Mangene, Ietf Henry, lim Fry.
Row 2: Ierry Bradley, Bill Abbey, Dave Denny, Mike Eiken-
berry, Bob Musgrave, Mike Henry.
Boys who gained experi-
ence for next years Varsity
by playing on the B-Team
are: Row 1: Bill Shuey, lohn
l-lentgen, Allen Kenny, Torn
Hayes. Bow 2: Ierry Yentes
Steve Eder, Ralph Danielsen,
Bruce Thurston. Row 3: Dean
Reynolds, Bob Musgrave,
Mike Eikenberry, Kenny Day.
Page 105 text:
Linlcsmen Win CIC, Place In State
Golfers for PHS in 1962 are: Kneeling: C. Bunnell, P. Cutler, I. Green-
field, E. Cowan, Coach Charles Craycratt. Standing: M. Tschiniak, H.
Spranger, E. King, M. Daly, G. Spranger, I. Gilgrist.
Although the goll team comprised several
newcomers, the boys turned in a record oi
eight Wins and three losses. They won the
CIC, placed third in the Sectional and seventh
in the State Finals. With several returning let-
termen, Coach Charles Craycrait expected less
trouble re-building for l963.
"Drop," says Harold Sprcrnger as he watches his .
ball roll toward the first hole at Municipal Course.
Harold and his twin brother Gerald provided an et- N
fective one-two punch against opponents of the Tiger ,
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