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Page 77 text:
Master strokesmen who swung clubs to amass a winning record of 9-2 are B. Schmitz, l. Greenfield I.
Latta, R. Bonney, C. Bunnell, E. Cowan, P. Cutler, C. Craycraft, I. King, and L. lohnson,
As Golfers Stroke 9-2 Winning Season
Continuing its winning ways with cr 9-2
season, the golf team trounceol Wabash l3lfg-
llfg and upset Lafayette leff l2-3. ln the most
exciting match of the season, the golfers beat
Elwood at Elwood 8-7 despite rain and high
winds. Tipton was beaten lllfg-Slfg before the
Tigers suffered their only two losses, as tough
Logansport tromped them 23112-Vg, and Muncie
Burris took them 12-3. The team finished the
season with five consecutive victories. ln a
three-way meet at Huntington, the Tiger golfers
scored a double victory, beating Huntington
9112-SVZ and Warsaw l2-3. Hartford City was
easy prey as it fell lllfg-Slfg. The local links-
men beat Marion 10-5 and won an 8-7 squeak-
er over Manchester in another three-way meet.
A match with Kokomo and a re-match with
Wabash were canceled because of bad weath-
er. The Tiger linksmen placed 9th in the CIC.
Coach lack Craycraft lost only lerry King
and Ed Cowan to graduation and will have
Park Cutler, lohn Greenfield, Charles Bunnell,
Bob Bonney, and Chuck Craycraft returning for
the 1965 season.
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he blasts his ball from a trap Senior Ierry King -prgg
tices getting out of difficult situations.
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Champion tennis racquetmen Don Teal, David Heep, Mike Saine, Max Weaver, and Mike Eiken-
berry stand with racquets ready for action. These players have polished the winning record of the
Tennismen, I4-I, Crowned State Champs
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Tl- 1 if 1 fi ' Winmng about everything sight, the tennis
M 5 ,sfjlliiir .ig team captured the CIC championship, the Colo-
nel Bishop State Tournament for the second
5 'i"' S' 'y ' ' straight year and the Lafayette left Doubles
N Z' D for the sixth consecutive year. By winning the
I 'A Colonel Bishop tourney, they became mythical
ff' Y I A State champs, The only mar on the netmenfs
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P. Jxk AX season was a loss to Broad Ripple, which snap-
ped a 75-game winning streak dating back to
7 L l959, The Racauetrnen avenged this loss in the
'C finals of the state tournament. Only five of the
regular season foes were able to score against
X ' Peru's tennis aces, Lafayette leff, Culver Mili-
State-champion tennis player Mike Eikenberry looks
on as his doubles partner, Max Wecrver, smashes a
forearm shot The two provide an almost unbeatable
tary Academy, Goshen, and Marion were beat-
en 5-2, E5-l, 8-1, and 6-1, respectively and Broad
Ripple Won 4-3. Wabash, Logansport, Hunting-
ton, and Indianapolis Park were all blanked
9-O, and Frankfort, Plymouth, Kokomo, West
Lafayette, Fort Wayne South, and Elwood were
shut out 7-O.
Coach Ioseph Saine used Mike Eikenberry,
Max Weaver, Mike Saine, David Beep, and Don
Teal for the singles and Eikenberry and Weav-
er, Saine and Teal, and Beep and Dave Con-
stable for the doubles teams.
Page 78 text:
Setting the pace in cross country this year are: Row 1: T. Wolf, L, Burdine, T. HCIYGS, B. Smiths ROW 25 B-
Bakehorn, C, Welke, L. Morguson, E, Larimer, Coach Biddle,
Cross Country Harriers Had 4-7 Mark
Two hcxrriers on this years cross country team, Curt
J' ellce and Ed Larimer, run long distance to build en-
ll!QlY.Cf.' and establish a winning pace.
Cross Country, CI long-distance running sport,
probablj' takes more endurance than any other
sport. Peruis runners, or harriers, compiled a
4-7 record this season. ln cross country, like
golf, the lower score wins, The Peruvians lost
their opener to Oak l-lill by a 2l-36 count and
were beaten by Elwood, l5-49. ln a three-way
ineet Logansport had l5, Delphi, 45, and Peru,
65. The harriers then registered their first vic-
tory, 27-30 over Wabash. ln another three-way
ineet, Warsaw won with 15, Peru was a close
second with l9, and Huntington was last with
36. Rochester scored 23 to Argos' 54 and
Peru's 65 in ancther tri-meet. The harriers then
whipped Tipton l6-44 before placing sixth in
the CIC with l5l. The Tiger harriers closed with
a 23-24 win over Twin Lakes.
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