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Page 72 text:
When the weather was good in the spring and fall,
many of the activities took place outdoors.
The basketball court and the large athletic field
provided room for basketball, touch football, softball,
and baseball, Some of the boys also practiced track
Sports were limited to the indoors during the win-
ter, some of them were: volleyball, basketball, and
table tennis. There are three nice table tennis tables
which are located in convenient places, one on the
stage and two in the upper hall.
There were boys' volleyball teams that played dur-
ing the week except on Tuesday, which was reserved for
the girls to give them a chance to perfect their skill.
There were two teams of girls that took part in this
Coach Drummond oversees the boys' games and Miss
Norton, the girls' physical education teacher, oversees
the girls' games,
The scholars of Warrensburg were very fortunate to
have these adequate facilities for recreation.
Page 71 text:
The Cards had a fine baseball season last year,
They played seven games. Two games were I lost and 1
game was a tie and was called because of darkness. The
other four games belonged to the Cardinals. The scores
of the games are as follows: Warrcnsburg lilienney 2,
warrensburg 8, Mt, Zion H, Warrensburg 8, Niantic 6,
Warrensburg 2, Blue Mound 3, warrensburg 8, Stoning-
ton 1, Warrensburg O, Argenta 2, Warrensburg M, Macon
N, This game was played until to dark to see, Halt
Ponsler pitched all seven of these games, Tom Went-
worth was behind the plate, John Vaughn on .first,
Jack Bankson 2nd baseman Harold Janvrin shortstop,
Bob Blakeman 3rd bose. The fielders were Dick Vande-
veer right field, Roy Stoutenborough left field and
Louie Houk played center field, Other members of the
team were Harold Janvrin, David Robbins Don Pyle, Lyb
Meador, Bob Sefton, Davie Oakley, Carl fohner, and Don
Allen. Floyd Cooper was the manager of the team,
Player Position Played Average
Janvrin: 2nd b, s.s, 52 ,Moo
Houk: Center field, C., S.S, 32 ,188
Blakemanz 3rd base 53 ,218
Ponsler: Pitcher 53 ,297
Vaughn: lst base M8 ,208
Wentworth: Catcher 53 ,191
Bankson: 2nd base N2 ,118
Stoutenborough: Left field 53 ,OOO
Vandeveer: Right field 30 ,100
Wubben: S.S, 21 ,077
Robbins: Center field 8 ,161
Hatfie1d:.A Right field H ,SOO
Page 73 text:
The team enjoyed a very successful season this
year. when the season closed they had the admirable
record of 28 wins against 3 loses.
The team hit its stride the first game and went
undefeated into the tournament at Niartic during the
Christmas vacation. In the second game they were nosed
out by a tough team from Windsor with the score 53-50,
which vas the worst the team was beaten all year. The
team was beatei it Maroa by the score of M7-M5 and then
by Decatur Qc 26.
Over the season the team rolled up l633 points at
the average of 52.35 points per game. The opponents
made 1063 points at the average of 3M.29 points per
Every man on the first five made over 200 points.
Johnny Vaughn had the best shooting average with a.3M7,
Bob Blakeman was close behind with 34H, Johnny will
receive the free throw award again this year with a
mark of .653.
The second team this year won l3 games and lost 6.
Those on the second team were Bib Sefton,Howard Mooney,
Frank Lehq Dale Kerwiod, Robert Wubben, Orlev Hatfield,
Larry Rotz, David Dickey, Paul Hardy, Dennis Harrell,
and David Oakley. The last four of these will receive
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