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' s Alan Docktermon Cooch Bob Motz diagrams functions of doubles partners. With the laurels of previous winning seasons resting on their heads, the 59-60 Boys ' Tennis team tallied their fall season with only one loss on their record. Fighting strong autumn. winds or squinting into Indian sum¬ mer sunshine brings out the precise, well-dis¬ ciplined training found in such a dedicated team. Each match played was won with a determination that endured all Quad-City rivalry. Starting the fall season is considerably easier than the spring season because the team is in excellent condition after a summer of " living " on the tennis courts. Ask any team member if he begrudges getting little - used muscles and limbs in shape at early practices in the spicy spring air which is filled with smells of new and coming challenges. Steve Urie Gene Utke Left to Right: Steven Kemenyffy, Jock Hyde, Christion Rohlfing, Gory Meyer, Dennis Peterson, Gene Utke, John Fox, Tom Johnson, Alan Dock¬ termon, Steve Urie, Don Motz, Phil Burke, Dick Johnson, Carl Bickel, and Jerry Dakin. ' I i t John Fox Tom Johnson Neil Peterson
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Dave Nolin, Joe Brunsvold, Tom Lentz, and Larry Harris set 1 8 as the goal for the num¬ ber of victories for the ap¬ proaching season. As Team Seeks To I m p rove Record Drawing uniforms for spring practice from manager Dick Thode are Ken Roithel, Larry Harris, Joe Brunsvold, and Tom MacBeth. 125
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Fir$» Row: Morgene Lehman, Sue Larson, Sue Priebee, Koren Kromer, Linda Schuster, Mory Espelie. Second Row: Pam Bortels, Phyllis Shenemon, Betsy Lorson, Pat Greene, Sherrie Dunham, Sandy Stoit, Anita Eogle, Girls Tennis Te am Toughens Up; Improves Record From Preceeding Season While everyone else is wearing winter coats, these sports minded girls are industri¬ ously swinging their rackets in shorts. Autumn leaves blow as tennis balls are aimed at strategic points on a court during a tight match. Who else but these active, young, athletes would enjoy the fervor and excite¬ ment of tennis for six weeks in the fall? When spring birds return, they find once again the school courts bustling with activity. The spring season starts early to shape up rusty wrists and unused muscles for a new, competitive slate of matches. Mrs. Brent instructs Koren Kromer and Patty Greene os to the proper manner to hold a racket, in on eorly season practice session.
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