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Front Row: fLeft to rightj Dicker Werner, Frank Neher, Dick
Lynn, Milton Kirby, Ellsworth Warman, Bob Lynn.
Second Row: fLeft to right.J Mr. McCormick, Cecil Martin, Ed
Nollmeyer, Lyle Warman, Clarence Gross, Charles Grey, Milton Neher.
For three years the Logger basketball team has made history for
the school. They have brought recognition of our school to many
schools of the valley, even to Wentachee and Cashmere.
This year four of the players graduate-Frank Neher, Milton
Neher, Bob Lynn, and Johnnie Hauff. They will be missed as valuable
players should be but in time others will come who will in a way ,take
We, the students, hope that all these fine players are as success-
ful out in future life as they have been in the athletics they have been
connected with in high school.
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The first geme played in the Wenatchee Valley Bas-
ket Bell Tournament was between Wenatchee and Leaven-
worth. Wenatchee won. In the evening Dryden defeated
Peshastin by a close score, in a fast and exciting bet-
tle. Chelan took the next contest opposite Entiat.
The hardest fought game of the evening was between
Sunnyslope and Cashmere--Cashmere won by a small margin
Saturday's games were all exciting. Even though
Dryden gave Wenatchee a bad scare in the first quarter,
The Wenatchee Panthers came through with flying colors
and an easy victory.
Chelan then defeated Cashmere. Cashmere was also
defeated by Dryden for third place.
The best game played during the whole tournament
was the game in which Wenatchee and Chelan battled for
first place and possession of the Daily World Trophy.
The Chelan HGoatsH led throughout the first three
quarters, but in the third quarter the Panthers ral-
lied and defeated the Goats by a small margin--27-25.
Wenatchee new has the trophy permanently as this
is the third year in succession that they have won the
The tournament next year promises to be even bet-
ter than this year's, as many of the star players will
still make up the team and other promising ones coming
Peshastin High will be present with a strong team
even though they will lose three of their men through
graduation. Dryden, Sunnyslope and Leavenworh also
will have strong teams, so next year ought to see every
exciting and close game between the schools in competi-
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