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

 - Class of 1935

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Page 79 text:

-Mill. Your pep! Your pep! You've got it! Now keep it! Doggone it! Your That's the periods. With Freshman all in soon under way. and volley-ball the girls were practice of formed, the girls. Four school girls had to fight at Don't lose It! PSD! motto of the girls' a flood of Juniors, Sophomores, and their rainbow-colored suits games were During the hot summer months tennis, were plated out-doors, but soon after again ushered into the gym where the physical education volley-ball continued. Three teams were first consisting of the nine high point lively games were played with the grade which the P.H.S. girls will admit they hard to win. One game between the High School second team and grade school first team goes to their credit. Spring again brought the out door sports of kitten ball, clog, folk, natural and tap dancing and hikes. The last eight weeks were divided into two week periods of each activity. Donated were the first weeks to two new and very interesting games-bad minton and deck tens nis, the former seeming to be the most popular. In the third of the two weeks series the girls took tap dancing with the five girls who tap danced in the Operetta as teachers. The girls never forgot their old stand by, Kitten ball and so the this game. last two weeks were enjoyed in playing A long series of hikes were next held to determine the was the winner. Altogether best fast walker of the girls. Again a Freshman Congratulation Eloise Harvey! the girls had a very successful year of P.E, due to the sportsmanship and fair play shown by all the Clew. girls and to the help from their instructor Piss Mc Page seventy-thnee

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.xWH'ila, KITTEN BALL GPIES When the first call for kittenball was made, many prospects gathered around WMac' to ue assigned to diff ferent positions. After several practises, a team was finally picked. The first game was played with Leavenworth. Our team led up till the last inning when our errors let in two runs, which gave the game to Leavenworth. This year our team was fortunate in having the ex- cellent pitching of Johnnie Hauff. In the game with Leaveniorth he struck out ten men in seven innings. The next game was with Dryden. Johnnie had the upper hand in this game. There was only one safe hit', made by Dryden in this game. But our boys collected many hits from the two Dryden Pitchers. The return game with Leavenworth was the most ex- citing of all the games played. The game was either won by the pitching ability of the two opposing pitchers. In this our boys had them outclassed and came out on top with a score of four to one. There was very few errors on either side. Johnnie came out ahead with twelve strike outs in the seven innings. The return game with Dryden had not yet been played Acre games were to be gotten but the other schools have not been playing kitten ball so no team was had. The second team had two games with Leavenworth and Lost the first by one run and tied the second game by 1 score of four to four. In the second team games had 3ob Lynn turned in a good performance in all games had by them. The first team consisted of the following boys: Johnnie Hauff.................Pitcher Lyle Warman ...... .. .. ..... Catcher Milton Kirby ...... .... First Base Edward Nollemyer .... .... First Short Fred Burnette ....... .... Second Short Ellsworth Warman .... .... Second Base Cecil Martin ...... .... Third Base Dicker Werner .... .... Left Field Pete Gray.... .... .... ..... ....Center Field Erville Cross.................Right Field Also a number 09 substitutes were made in which some showed very good playing ability. Page seventy-two



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.xx .!W'sl!, I , f .W , MISCELLANEOUS QPORTIS If you were standing in 'tha 'hall on a morning when the bus from Peshastin,,Cree1g arrives, you would see a free forwall raca.between a HChipmnnkH, a Hshadown, HNo. 5U and 'BleeQy,n' The goal of this race is to see who can reach the Ping-Pong table first. At the end they are disappointed because aJWDoodlebugW and Hnumpyn have al- ready staried,playing. ' This shows the enthusiasm that ping-pong has creat- ed. Now it'has slowly died out because of the lack of paddles and balls. This year horseshoe began in earnest. A tournament was playedQ"Bbb Lynn captured first place, with Dick, his brotherjjtaking second. Johnny Hauff made the most ringors. The 'horseshoe players had a meet with llworth. .'z Despiteitha laohhef baseball, Ucatchn took up many noon hours .AQ aeh boy trying to show thc other how many curves he c ld throw. ' 1 A Soccerqwls played during P. EE. and the boys seemed to like this 'pretty good.H It had enough action and gave one stnetni - 'to use his brains on. This year :track plans were started. But due to many other activities, they were not-carricd through. Touch football was started also. A football was ordered but didn't arrive till snow fell. Many of the boys were interested in this and it would probably have proved very popular. .All in all the year proved to be a very "sports- minded" year and perhaps--at least it is hoped---next year will see the fulfilment of those sports which were not started this year. Page seventy-four

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