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Page 61 text:
V loseph Blaser '32 generously and whole-heartedly offered .V ,
his services to his Alma Mater when Coach Scharf's duties . ,
prevented his being with the boys every night. 'i 1
Blaser was a great athlete during his high school days-
vvon nine school monograms, and put the greatest enthusiasm
into everything he tackled. 'f
TWO Years ago he organized an alumni team, that has '
been a credit to Blaser.
Football Captain-Elect . . 1936
Captaineelect Earl Magers '37 was chosen by his next
year teammates to lead the Mohawlcs on the gridiron.
If' ' Earl will lead a veteran aggregation into battle in the fall.
The students are confident that they will bring home many an
enemy's scalp. Earl played halfback and was an inspiration to
the rest of the team by his great offensive and defensive ability.
Foothall Captain . . 1935
Captain Kenneth Holman '36 was placed on the -
injured list early in the season, which kept him out of
one of the principal games. Playing his old position
as guard Kenny led a green squad into the fray and
though the Mohawks failed to triumph, they were al-
ways in the game to the end.
Holman won three football letters while he was in fy
Virginia Klinepeter '36 and Dorothy Brickner '38 headed the cheering
squad during the past season. Many a lagging spirit soared to a new height
as the result of the volume of cheering. Virginia has distinguished herself in
many extra-curricular activities. Dorothy, though only a sophomore, has al-
ready brought great honor to her Alma Mater.
The idea of a cheering squad in the high school was initiated last year
by Eleanor Sherman '35 and approved by the Rev. Robert V. O'Connor.
Virginia Klinepeter '36 was cheerleader during her junior and senior years.
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Cyril C. Scharf Rev. R. V. O'Conncr Dr. T. W. Geoqhegan
As faculty manager of our high school athletics, Father O'Connor has en-
deared himself to every boy who has worn the Black and Gold. A friendly,
encouraging word to a trailing squad frequently put that spark of determina-
tion into the boys who wanted to Win but seemed to be slipping.
Father O'Connor made the trips regularly with the team and was not only
a friend and guide but a spiritual leader above all else.
Coach Cy Scharf ccmpleted his thirteenth year as Black and Gold
mentor. This year his promoticn at the National Carbon company demanded
more time and Mr. Stcharf, who will hold the position of Athletic Director will
be assisted by Ioseph Blaser '32.
Dr. T. W. Geoghegan has been the team's physician for the past five
years. The Doctor accompanies the team Whenever his professional duties Will
Front Row--Ralph Krupp, William Foos, Ioseph Magers, Earl Magers, Elmer Emerine, Carl
Myers. lames Maqers.
Second ROW-loseph Blaser, Assistant Coach: Gerald Kromer, Student Managerg Chester
Bulkowski, William lacoby, Alfred Lange, loseph Ulman, Student Manager, Rev. R. V. O'Con'
nor, Faculty Manager, Cyril C. Scharf, Coach.
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Cheerleaders Virginia Klirtepeter, Dorothy Brickner.
Beatrice Thom Loretta Brickner, Mary lane Downes, Kathryn Smith, Ieanne Firth, Helen
Erbland Rita Moes Beatrice Auer, Mar Iean Teeple, Ruth Kelbley, Louise Bauer, Carolyn
Wonderly Gladys Myers, Iennie Tinkovicz, Mary Louise Emison, leanne Ann Woessner, Mar-
guerite Falewage Adele Bigila, Mildred Hein, Rosemarie Erbland, Mary lane Mabus.
During the football and basketball seasons the girls of the cheering squad
faithfully attended the games to support the teams and by their cheering lead
them on toward Victory.
Under the capable leadership of Virginia Klinepeter '36, and Dorothy
Brickner '38, the cheering squad has become quite efficient and indispensable
to the football and basketball teams.
Besides attending all the home games, some of the members of the cheer-
ing squad have been present at many of the out-of-town games.
The students belonging to this organization are to be congratulated upon
their cooperation and interest. Appreciation is extended to them by the boys
who so loyally fought for their Alma Mater, either on the gym floor or on the
We hope that this wondeful organization will continue to exist in the high
school and grow larger and more helpful in years to come.
During the past school year practice-meetings were held in the mechan-
ical drawing room or in the gym, during which various cheers were practiced.
William Wilson '36 -and Vernon Midget Elchert '39 were chosen as stu-
dent managers for football.
Both lads fperformed their duties faithfully. lf one were to glance into the
locker rooms, either William or Vernon was sure to be seen cleaning up.
Ioseph Ulman '39 and Gerald Kromer '39 performed similar duties for the
basketball squad. Checking equipment and packing grips became easy tasks
for these two reliable managers.
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