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Page 55 text:
"Breezin' long. . . "
Just "Breezln' Along with the Breeze" to the rhythm ot
ractng feet ts what thus year's cross-country team was dolnq.
Cross-country lS one of the runner-up sports at South-
port l-ltgh School, hut nevertheless, It takes just as much
Coaching and hard work as any of the more popular sports,
LeRoy Shelley and Mlke Maze were the only returning
lettermen from last year's squad, but Chauncey McDanrels
moldef' the team into another creditable record for South-
port by wtnnmg the South Central Conference.
Members ot the squad plctured below are' left to rlqht,
LeRoy Shelley, Steve Dual, Mike Maze, Kenny Slmon Mlclfey
Owens, Wade Davis, Jack Colbert, and Coach Chauncey
Mr, McDaniel appears above revlewlng some ot the
trophies his teams have won rlurlnq his years at Southport
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Page 54 text:
Uver The Net
The goal of volleyball us to hit the ball over the net wlthout Iettlng lt touch the floor Only three
dufterent people may assnst the ball cver the net and each one ot the three may not hut the ball more
Glrls who are especially Interested In sports and who belong to GAA may become members ot one
of the teams The captalns are chosen from the gurls advanced physical educatlon class The teams com
pete against each other untul only one team remauns on top' The winners receive medals and are honored
at the GAA meetlng Medals are also awarded to tnose who have attended all of the games
This year Sue Deckers team was the wxnner and Bert Boggs team was the runner up Decker entered
the tlnals from the wlnnlng bracket and Boggs reached the tnnals through the losmg bracket
The Seven SlVlgC Semors
To encourage partlclpatlon In athlctlcs by all boys IS the purpose ot the boys Intramural Progmm
Headed by .lack Morgan the boys organnze thelr own teams and play a round robnn tournament
The Seven Savage Sensors coached by Kenny Simon won the tourney this year Sonny Voland a mem
ber ot the wlnnlng team recelved the sportsmanship trophy glven each year Members of the wlnnlnq
team received trophies
The boys are taught good clean sport manshlp and talr play
Page 56 text:
"Take Me To The Ball Game...',
- l955-l 956
COUNTY TOURNEY - 3 Games
Southport l 3
We now take you to Southport's Victory Field for
a glance at Bill Uhls and Bob Wayman in action.
Making the tag is Herb Alyey and sliding to the
base is Stanley Shimer.
Southport l l Seymour 5
Southport l l Connersville 2
Southport 3 Shortridge 7
Southport 3 Shelbyville 8
Southport 5 Martinsville B
Southport 9 Franklin 2
Southport Rain Rushville Rain
Coach - William Fredenberger
Won 8 - Lost 9
Won County Tourney
Last spring, our baseball team won the Marion County Champion-
ship. This was an event which hadn't occurred for seven years at
Southport. Mr. Fredenberger, in his first year as baseball coach, had
a season of eight wins and nine losses plus winning the county by
defeating Ben Davis in the final game ot 5 to l.
The returing lettermen this spring are Skip Angrick, Jesse Black-
well, Howard Brown, John Maudlin, Morris Hancock, and Sonny Voland.
The leading hitter and most valuable player was Bob Wayman with
a .428 average. The team's best pitcher was Don Aufderheide, who
won five and lost four games,
First row, left to right: Mr. Freclenberger, Sonny Voland, Morris
Hancock, Bill Carson, Jim Marshall, Don Aufderheide, John Maudlin,
Jesse Blackwell, Stanley Shirner, Skip Angrick, and Bob Wayman.
Second row: Joe Hurrle, Kenny Sutton, Howard Brown, Jerry Pieper,
Bill Schultz, Dick Buck, Herb Alyey, Larry Renaker, and Bill Uhls.
Third row: Phil Farber, Thornton Perkins, Fred Graber, Ed Jones, John
Carpenter, Larry Davis, Jon Meyer, and David Moffatt.
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