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SCHED 4 ' 1:5 cms
DATE OPPONENT PLACE SCORE
Dec. Town Team Peshastin 256 7
" Sunnyslope " 10 48
" Dryden " 4 255
.Tan . Sunnysl ope Sunnyslope 5 54
" Le avenwor th Leavenworth 3 28
" Dryden Dryden 4 22
Feb. Cashmere Pe shasti n l'? 16
" Leavenworth Pe shasti n 5 19
Mar. Cashmere Cashmere 19 24
The basketball season began with inter-class tournaments.
The first night the Freshmen played the Juniors, and the Seniors
played the Sophomores. The .Tuniors and Sophomores lost. The
next nigmt the winners of one game played the winners of the
other, and the losers of one played the losers of the other.
These games lasted four nights in all. Because the Seniors won
every game they played, they won the championship of the inter-
Our High School Badcet-ball team has proven to be very suc-
cessful this year. Mr. McCormicj, the coach, learned some new
plays at college last summer and taught them to the team. These
plays helped our players out considerable because they seemed to
have better luck in playing against the other team.
This year, for the first time in the history of the Peshastin
High School, the boys on the "Logger's Team" were given sweat
suits. There were eigit suits received--five for the members of
the team and three extras for the subs. .Tanuary 8, at the game
held at Sunnyslope, the boys wore the suits for the first time.
At the beginning of the season there were thirteen players
in all, but by the end of the first semester these had been re-
dmed to eight. Some of these went onto the first team and sane
onto the second tean.
The first semester "first-string" line-up was as follows:
Ernest Springer . . .1 .... . . . . . Center
Louis Wagoner . . . .Forward
Paul Hepler . . . Forward
Elwood Cox . . . . . . Guard
Carl Bergren . . . . . . . Q . . Guard
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'ln BE '
Mrss Mmm ar- GIRLS
Miss Martin, a teac er in the Grade Schools, consented to
take Miss Reister's place as Girls' Coach due to the fact that
Miss Reister took over the work as Girls' Leagues Adviser..'I'he
Glee Clubs and the Annual have also made heavy demands on her
time, making it impossible for her to continue as coach.
Miss Martin has had considerable experience in this field
of work, as she had charge of the Physical Education Department
where she had tatgh before. .
The girls certainly appreciate the help of Miss Martin, and
her willingness in devoting her time to them. They are very
glad to have had her with them, and they take this opportunity
to give Miss Martin their hearty thanks.
By Annabelle Zigler
MEET THE GIRLS
Are you looking for the fastest side-center in the valley?
You Are? That is fine, for we have just what you want. Claire
Willging, the girl with the personality plus. Honestly, we
cou1dn't have-' a team without her.
And gentlemen prefer blondes! Here is the big attraction
with some more pluses. Ethel Bersing! Rah! Rah! Ethel is
guard--and does she guard them!
Lula Wagoner is new on the HI's Team. Lula seems to be
Forward, at least she is, on the team. She is the little lady
who nonchalantly slips the ball into the basket.
Another Forward is Elith Ferrel. Edith plays nicely, acts
nicely, and is nice!
We have another Center, Dorothy Sauer. She has many at-
tractionsg heir, eyes, Carl, and Basketball, but the greatest
of these is-----. Never mind, Dorothy knows her Basketball too
There is more to a team besides it's Regulars. The Reg-
ulars had been saying silent prayers, and in answer to their
prayers came Helen Darlington and Dorothy Werner, who apparent-
ly have beembrought up with Basketball. They are both tall
and hard to beat.
Raychel Fisher, -a product of the coast, knows how to keep
things going. '
Follovdng in with the rest is Virginia Paul and Marie
Duncan, who certainly do fit in.
Rose Heerman ---- W ell, everyone- knows what happens to a QBIIB
where Rose enters. It becomes a round of thrills.
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The second team had - egula line-up.
Robert Springer, Dick Fi her, Chester Worgum,
Rotert Lynn, Charles Dempsey, John Hauff. add
These boys all played with a real spirit and .
They put up hard battles in each gane. Such p
would be proud to have.
who received their 'letters'. Each
er of quarters during the season to
Its meubers were:
layers any school
At the annual'Basket-ball Banqpetn, there were eight players
players getting letters were:
Forwards: Louis Wagoner,
Guards: Elwood Cox, Dick
Centers: Ernest Springer
Athletic Manager: Harold
Ernie was the only four-letter man on the team, while Robert,
Paul and Louie received their second letters.
had played the reqhired nwmb-
receive their awards. The
Chester Worgum, and Paul
Fisher, and Carl Bergren
and Robert Springer
The prospects, with all letter-men back except the graduates
are promising for next year, and Mac should have a team that
will make it hard for any school to "run-up" against. Luck to
you WLoggers and your Coachn.
BOYS' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
SECOND TEAM GAMES
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