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Page 69 text:
Coach Louis Erickson led the
Greyhound Pucksters to another
successful season. Starting with
only four returning lettermen
Coach Erickson built a powerful
unit to represent Shorewood on the
ice of the Southeastern Prep Hock-
ey League. Their first game of the
season was a non-conference tilt
with Lake Forest Academy of Chi-
cago. The 'Ockeyrnen won 6 to 4
on the ice ot the Colesiurn. ln their
first conference game with Coun-
try Day the Greyhounds were held
to a 4 to 4 score. This was the only
tie of the season. Playing Lake
Forest again, this time in Chicago,
the Pucksters handed them a E5 to
2 defeat. The first game with St.
fohns was highlighted by the stel-
lar defensive play of the Grey-
hounds. Their actions were well
rewarded for they emerged the
victors by a 3 to l decision. On
Saturday, Ianuary 22, the 'Ockey-
men traveled to Madison only to
be outskated by an aggressive
Madison West six. Coming out on
the short end of a 4 to l score
didn't daze the Greyhounds for
they returned home to beat the
boys from Country Day 5 to 3 on
the following Wednesday. Lake
Forest again fell victim to the
sweeping Greyhounds on the
Shorewood ice. The Greyhounds
beating them 7 to 4 definitely
showed their superiority over the
boys from Chicago beating them
for the third time. Meeting Madi-
son West in the last half of the
honie and home series the Fied-
men tell before them 4 to 3 in a
Page 68 text:
fl11illi11-1 defensive qarne. The sec'
Ulfkl St. lOllIlS qarne was almost as
wet as tl1e football game with
Wc'1ukesl1C1. The tearn from Dela-
field played Shorewood into the
around or rather tlie lake defeat-
i1111 lllf'N1 4 to 2. ln our annual
11411110 witlr Rliinelander the
fOtfkGYII19l1 lost to tl'1e undefeated
Nortlirnen 3 to 2 in a rouqli and
l11111ble qarne tl1at will be lona re-
IlfOII1lJUTQd by botl1 teams. The
fi11al aarne of tl1o season was with
St. lOllllS for tfie leaque Clianipion-
ship. Outcrliarqed and outplayed
fl1o Greyhounds play broke up
fllfflllllll a close qarne into a rout.
St. Iolms won the championship
riding in on a 8 to 2 Victory.
Letters were awarded to: Davis
Foster, Clifford folinson, Sanford
Kobrivla, Toni Krueger, Bob Miller,
Dick Ptiel, Dick Reisinqer, Hans
Hiemers, Henry Sterba, Brad Van
Deventer, Iini VVirtl1, Tim Wood,
and Bob Zipter. Bob Miller and
Dick l?ieisi11aer were Chosen co-
Page 70 text:
Bitter pangs of defeat lingered in the hearts of the finmen after beiriq upset in the first meet by a
worthy Bay View team, for they went on to win all except two additional meets. The next two contests
with Kenosha and Boys' Tech ended with the Colosirnornen victorious by the same niarqin as they
were defeated in their first meet 42-41. The powerful veteran alumni team repeated their victory over
the Red and Grey. ln the next meet the Crimson far outclassed their opponents by trouncinq Cudahy
58-23. West Milwaukee and Pulaski were the next to suffer defeat at the hands of the qreatly inspired
team by scores of 65-18 and 45-38 respectively. Watiwatosa, defendinq state champions, handed the
Crimson a heartbreaker by nosina them out 45-38. However Coach C:OlOSlIHO'S powerful aqareaation
turned the tables in their final dual meets by downing Waukesha 42-4l and holding West Allis Central
to a 43-40 score.
The Red and Grey aqareqation placed second in the Cardinal Relay, second in the Suburban Meet,
and second in the State Meet.
This years team had a number of consistent winnersg arnonq them was undefeated lim Hobbs who
took first in all this seasons divinq events and Burt Bender who has a fine record for a freshman. Burt
placed in every swimrninq event he entered, and the most of these honors were first places.
For achievements in the pool the following team members received letters, Burt Bender, Gene Clem-
ens, lohn Gregory, lim Hobbs, Dave lanes, Gene Kuhns, Dave Peterson, Dave Safer, Barry Trader,
Steve Wholihan, and lirn Wolters. Barry Trader and Steve Wholiliari were selected as co-captains.
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