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Page 93 text:
J. St. Peter J. Lingnofski C. Schaller
GOLDEN GLOVE CONTENDERS
Boxing is another sport in which a number of our athletes are interested. It develops muscle, that is,
the brawn, but brain is also necessary.
Remember that at the time when the boxer steps into the ring and the gong sounds, all the Hpulln he
has in the world cannot help him. l-le has only one protection against defeat-that is a clear brain, a
strong heart, a good set of muscles and confidence.
Rugged practice, determination and power will bring the boxer a victory.
Boys and girlsayou are in the arena of the Fight. You are going out into the World to struggle against
social and economic difficulties. Four things will be necessary to meet with liFe's battle-a clear brain,
a strong heart, powerful resistance and trust. "Pull" may get you a job but-ability alone can hold the
job after you get it.
Golf! J. Fieweger
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ST. MARY 30 ST. NORBERT 36
The "Zephyrs" suffered their second successive defeat in
an overtime game with St. Norberts at De Pere, February 13.
The Squires" were "on" and when half time, came, they
were leading 17-16. During the third quarter the "Squires"
increased their lead to QQAQQ. At this point the "Zephyrs"
put on a brilliant rally to tie the game 30 to 30 as the "horn"
soundedusending the game into "overtime." l-lowever, the
Zephyrs had "run out of gas" and St. Norbert scored
three buckets" to win the game 36 to 30.
ST. MARY Q7 NEENAH Q1
The St. Mary "Zephyrs" won their fifteenth victory of the
season by defeating the powerful Neenah "Rockets" in a
nip and tuclc battle. The "Zephyrs" played wonderful ball,
and although they were a little off on their shots, their pass-
ing made up for this defect. The home team toolc the lead at
the opening of the game and held it throughout the game.
This was the greatest deed the "Zephyrs" have accomplished
this season, for Neenah is not only the rival from across the
river, but she is also a leader in the Northwestern Conference.
The "Zephyrs" must meet Neenah again on their court and a
tight game is expected, for the Neenah lads are hot on their
Tournament in Chicago.
Manager Al. Kolasinsky
St. Mary entered the tenth annual St. Norbert Invitational
Basketball Tournament on March 3rd determined to add the
first place trophy to the collection. The teams of the tourney
proved to be the strongest in the history of the tournament
and every team boasted of at least one star layer.
The "Zephyrs" did not have to extendp themselves very
much to win the first two games but the final game was so
well layed that the "Zephyrs" received recognition all
over the state and also an invitation to the National Catholic
Thus endeth the basketball story of St. Mary.
Manager E. Mottl
ST. MARY 33 ST. JOHN CLlTTLE CHUTED Q0
The St. Mary "Zephyrs" played their last conference game
of the 39-40 season when they trounced the "flying Dutch-
men" from Little Chute. With this victory they clinched the
title in the Fox River Valley Catholic Conference with nine
victories and one defeat. The "Zephyrs" played fast, ragged
ball throughout the game and they controlled the ball at will.
The locals sent in reserves at numerous times during the ame,
and they showed that they were varsity material. With the
clinching of the conference title the "Zephyrs" are eyeing
the St. Norbert Tournament with an enthusiastic eye, for
victory or defeat there, will spell hope or doom of ever
reaching the National Tournament at Chicago.
ST. MARY 26 NEENAH Q8
ln the season's-closing ame for both squads the "Zephyr"
baslcetball team dropped a heartbrealcer to the Neenah
"Rockets" byaslim margin of two points. The "Rockets" pulled
the game out of the fire in the closing seconds with an un-
orthodox shot. The score read 19 to 19 in favor of Neenah
when the horn ended the first half, however the "Zephyrs"
staged a comeback in the third quarter and gained a one
point lead. With only minutes to go the score was tied Q6
all, but then came the winning basket to give Neenah victory.
Manager F. Stanialc
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ECCDNGIVW SI-ICE STORE
Always a complete repertoire of smart
shoes for the young ladies and men.
Ask for "Peters" shoes the next time you
buy, and see the difference.
DAVID G. VOSS '32
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