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Page 120 text:
Coach Everett Swank's Racquet Squad will
probably get its share of Southport's new look
in the Spring when courts are to be constructed
on the asphalt parking lot.
Tennis is enjoying a growth of popularity
throughout the county and the Conference.
Southport is no exception to this expansion,
for tennis will soon become a letter sport. The
team participated in the S.C.C. tournament in
both the singles and doubles competition, add-
ing valuable points toward the All-'Sports
Trophy. They also scheduled many dual meets
in both the spring and tall. The members of
the team were Row iz Jon Hittle, Lloyd Tucker,
and Dan Woerner, Row 2: Don Williams, Bill
Wasson, Coach Swank, Monty Siekerman, and
Last fall, Southport's men of the links spent many long hours "pursuing the pills"
around the golf course. They participated in the South Central Conference and Marion
County meets, and, aided by two returning lettermen, made excellent showings on both
outings. When the Anchor went to press, Coach Krause's Cardinals had a successful season
behind them and were looking forward to an even better spring renewal.
The team was composed of, left
to right, Coach Krause, Jess Hunt,
John Vance, Pete deHebreard,
Chris Kleinhenz, Steve Simon, Rob-
ert Elkins, Ronald Windsor, and
Page 119 text:
Cross Country is rapidly becoming more popular
as a spectator sport at Southport. This sport requires
strict training because the race is run on a two-mile
course. During the contest, the runner is competing
against time, the other runners, and his own endurance.
The scoring of Cross Country differs from most sports
because the team with fewest points is the victor.
The i958 Southport Cross Country Team added one
new trophy to our trophy case by winning the Marion
County Championship. The team was led all season by
Mickey Owen, who placed first in the County. The team
also finished second in the South Central Conference.
North Central-42 Shelbyville-27
North Central-54 Southport placed 6th
Lawrence Central-84 South Central Conference-2nd
First Row: Dick Fountain, Doug Branch, Mickey Owen, Bruce Melkle, Steve Fountain, Second Row: Man-
ager, Bill Liverett, Phil Dial, Coach, Chauncey McDaniel, Jim Faulkner, Kenny Miller.
Southport placed 3rd
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The l959 intramural, champions in the Junior-Senior
league were the Swamp Stompers. The Freshman-Sopho-
more champs were a team known as the P.T.P.P. Sports-
manship trophies were presented to Jim Wilson, senior,
and Don "Stick" Miller, sophomore, for sportsmanlike
conduct and attitude. The championship games were
played in true Hoosier Hardwood fashion, with timers,
score keepers, well qualified faculty referees, and a
presentation ceremony immediately following the games.
The intramural progam, under the able leadership of
Mr. Jack Morgan, becomes more popular every year.
Shown above are the intramural captains.
Zero Zero Service
The boys were not the only ones to take advantage
of the new gym this year. There were twenty girls'
volleyball teams organized this season, compared with
only eleven of last year.
Along with the new teams, there were new rules
this season. The most important was that a girl may
not hit the ball more than once in an assist.
The captains were chosen from the senior girls,
with the juniors as co-captains.
Before the annual tournament started, each team
had two practice games. The awards were presented to
the winning team at the May Dance.
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