Peshastin Dryden High School - Puma Yearbook (Peshastin, WA)

 - Class of 1934

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Y p pw" . sg "if'f"wY jgmwqnkifq Lzriliiiiixlgndk AN 1 1' 1 f D . 1 , '- , I'---dvr ll QX-f "'l-- f' Y---V-g4::?:LQ'.l.Q-1. ff . Y ... W . Y V E --f "Ts-U P. H. S. mer fren Lcavexirrti quite easily. They played 3 very irtercstitf meme and se did leiwenworth. When Wlrztlit b ,CTT , lJ'.!1,l-lF'i 'Sith P. H. S. , HCV TGUIN3 who was Hester. Tlit vis the 5210 Qt Entiat. But when that school emie te Peshfsti: in vis iuoticr story! CHELJJI CCiTNTY EJSKETBJLL TOUPJ-T.'j'1'lNT The Chelan County Fmskettgll Tournament use held it Wex- atchee, March second gnd third. The first gene plwyed was between Eitiat sud Suxiyslepe, the letter wiuiiig rith W score of E4 to E:tiet's l2. The second Qfme played trouqht Chelrn and Irydex together This turned out to he Q fest and quite close uwtil the last quarter, when Chelen tense to find the lzsket. This ended with s score of B6 to 28 in Chelan's fever. Peshastin and Cashmere clashed in the next gene which was rather fast fren stfrt tc finish. The score was close until the lest quarter when the Peshastin heys get toe tired te hold their men. The gate ended with a score 29 to 20 ind Cashmere had wen! The line-up nfs vs fellows: EEEfZi2E12 """""""""" CVV3V Tb 1211- etet- 1:1 if--,uff ------------------ E 5f6"7T?" Jehx Usuff ------------------- Ieres Ellsworth Wdrnen ------------- 'iles Elmoee Cox ------------------- Sxiti HeKg:1'erfer ---------------- ljllgr Substitutieis included: Caskwere, Fetersei, Sifizi . Peshestin hed Bud Ciumhey mid Buster ",' errer. The last gfne played thft df? was hetwexn Le Tamworth rxd Wenatchee. It closed with 2. score 40 to is tax tc1ee's favor. ' The first contest of skill en March third uns played in thOJ1OTHiHG between Cashmere and Tenatchee. This r's R fist game with e great deal of excitemett. It lee ked for L while as if Cashmere would defeat tuI'I1Cd o Tenitchee but the tide ef kettle Next on the schedule was Ceshgere versus Chelhx. The letter carried away 16 score while Cashmere received 15. ff-A'-Af.



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..... ... ,T ......- .Y-Am.- -..H l -V V VY GIRLS' ATHLETICS joyous time was had by all the girl athletes year of '33 and 54. Miss Me Clow, their worth to be an inspiration for under her capable supervision, girls' athletics or sports prospered and grew. A lively and during the school y adviser, proved One of the important sports during the fall was volley ball, followed by various field games. Folk dancing, Ruth Coppock helping at the pienc,crme later in the fell. A hike uptown, in which all the girls took part, proved to be Q real event with 2 Freshie ceminr in first. With the appearance of basketball, spirits sailed skyhigh. Many exciting fines Vere played in which the girls found some really talented players, never before discovered when physical education was not required subject. Lfter basketball season was over a little of clog and tap dnzcing was taught. With the ceiinj of spring the girls were Qixifus to begin out-deer sports igiin, 'here .'.' they cculd enjoy the sunlight. Volley ball was agein played and perfected. Other out-deer sports included kitten ball, field hfll and hilii . CEDITOR'S NOTE? On the Hhele one could sij thit the season f the girls's sports was char cterized by pep and sportsmanship. Every girl taking the subject enjoyed herself is auch as Miss Mc Clow ind the other girls could help her to. In the spirit of fellowship the girls forgot that it was Q required subject rtcdly. and each entered into it whole hee if? CI'

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