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Page 48 text:
The T amen
The Peshastin Loggers played in the Chelan County Tourna-
ment held at Wenatchee March 4, 1932. Although the Loggers
lost, they did make a name for themselves.
Peshastin played Wenatchee in the tournament. Sur Loggers
went into the game with a real sportsman's spirit. If Wenatchee
had any vision of an easy victory, it was soon shattered when
the Loggers started to play. The playing in the first half was
fast but ragged. Both-sides were passing wildly, missing and
fouling regularly. Wenatchee had a 7-3 lead at the end of the
first period ani a 15-'7 margin at the half.
The-Loggers did not slacken pace in the last half but the
Panther.'s plays started to function and they started to sneak
gradually away. They had a 21-9 lead at the end of the third
The game ended after a hard fought battle and Wenatchee was
in the lead with a 26-10 score.
By Henry Kuch
, PEP RALLIES AND THE PEP BONDFIRE
During the Basket-ball season, it was a custom of the
Student Body to give a Pep Rally in the afternoon preceeding a
gens. At these rallies the players gave speeches, the students
gave some pep-yells and sang the High School Pep-songs to en-
courage the team. We thoroughly believe that these rallies
helped us win our games.
As it is a custom in most colleges to give a Bonfire on the
night preceeding their biggest game, we thought we might do the
same before our big game with Dryden. We gathered at the High
School on this night at about six-o'clock. A Serpentine was then
organized, in the front of which were some of the 'Loggers' car- '
rying a stuffed dummy labeled with a big "D". This procession
marched througm town, stopping in front of stores, where they
gave yells and sang songs. Then the Serpentine returned to the
High School. On arriving, the Bon-fire was lighted and the
d1mmy,thrown in. The players made speeches while the dunmy burn-
ed. The party was later dismissed, all expressing a great delight
in seeing the 'enemy' defeated--yes and their celebration was not
in vain, for both Dryden games for the season were won by the
By Raymond Schillereff
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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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THE BASEBALL 5 im FORMERLY
Baseball, the grea American game, used to
be the most pop-
ular sport the high school students indulged in. But this year
due, I suppose, to the new gymnasium, basketball has supersedddz.
Last year the baseball season was begun so
late there was
little time to play "ball". We played three games and were beat
en every time, we regretfully say.
In the years preceding that, Peshastin High put out scme of
the best ball players that the valley has known. Let us remin-
isce a little. About seven years ago, Peshastin High had the
valley championship, and partly because of its marvelous pitcher
"Dory" Lake, a Southpaw, was the holding down the mound. All
the teams in the valley were afraid of his left
And curves--that baseball just seemed to do the
He left school and later became a valuable
town team. There were other pitchers, too, who
only pitchers, but the catchers, the infielders
addition to the
were fine. Not
and the outfield
ers did splendid work. P.H.S. has given many players to the
town team. No wonder that it is a good one.
Our former teams have built up a reputation for the Peshast
in ball teams to uphold. This year, due to the
so -cal led "depress
sion", the other teams as well as our team have had a difficult
time getting organized. our first game with Leavenworth High
showed the prospects of a fine team--and why not? Our teams
have been among the best in the valley. Therefore, let us all
stand behind our's and yell "Come on, Loggers,
let's go!" L
At this time of writing, we are rather handicapped in giv-
ing information concerning our 'Baseball Schedule"or the "Line-
ups" for the season. At the. time of publication, but one game
Ind been played, this being with the Leavenworth High School
on May 6, 1932. It certainly proved to be a very exciting game
and too aroused a great deal of interest as to the outcome of
the return game..
At the end of the seventh inning, which was supposed to
have been the end of the game, both teams were tied '7-7. The
tie was played off, with Peshastin at the bat first. No scores
were made by the Peshast in players but they made an error which
resulted in two scores for Leavenworth. The final score of the
game was 7-9 in Leavenworth's favor. The Loggers are looking
forward to a "turning of tables' May 18, when they hope to play
the return game Iere. All the luck to ycu "Loggers".
By Henry Kuch
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