Western Reserve Academy - Hardscrabble Yearbook (Hudson, OH)

 - Class of 1950

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QL sEPn Lelt to right: Coach LaBorde, Hall. I. Thomas, Gillett, Pilskuln, Alderks, Cliilord, Barnes. Maynier, Coach Culver. WINES With the return of lettermen Hal Pilskaln, Mitch Barnes and Phil Alderks, who were fairly con- sistent winners on last year's team, the tennis prospects for the spring looked favorable. Ed Wins- low, Eric Gillett and Paul Hyde, who had already shown their ability on the B squad, were expected to strengthen the 1949 netters. Iohn Thomas, Ed Clifford and Iohn Hall, all new boys this year, have had experience at other schools and should contribute much to a winning squad. Although faced with a difficult schedule, especially in league competition where good tennis is the order of the day, the netters showed rnuch enthusiasm in early practice, and under the care- ful and capable tutelage of Coach Culver the boys should be able to cope with the stifiest competition. April April May May 23 30 7 I 1 TENNIS West Akron Shadyside Cranbrook Shaker Hgts. SCHEDULE MGY May May May . University Akron West .. Nichols Shaker Hgts.

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'I Q, 1 1:-ll 77 FRONT ROW: left to right: Schoonover, Roemer, Walker, Keener, Nyerges, MacBride, Buchanan, Wingard, Lewis, Hill, D. Mickel SECOND ROW: Krogness. McDonell, Yarnall, DeVere, Wilson, Brookshire, N. Williams, Camp, Morse, Fall, Donley, Coach Mickel BACK ROW: Manager MacDonell. Asst. Manager Stevens, Mell, G. Limbach, Stephens, Post, Callahan. K. Limbach, Garfield Sharp, Hermberg. Coach Longstreth, Coach Ellis. TESC? The track outlook seemed to indicate another successful season when a large squad including five lettermen reported for the first practice early in April. Although most of the dash men gradu- ated last year, Howie Walker, Don Mell and Ted Nyerges were counted on for points in the sprints. Ierry Callahan and Dave Buchanan were the key men in the middle distance events and the relay teams. In the hurdles Nick Williams and Dan Wingard seemed to have the edge, while Buchanan. King MacBride, Chuck Stephens and Dan Mickel were being counted on for points in the distance events. In the field events Reserve looked to Ieff Keener and Pete Garfield who both showed good prospects in the weights last year, and in the pole vault Alex Post was expected to continue his winning form. The Pioneers are always a strong contender in Interstate League track, and this year should prove no exception. TRACK SCHEDULE April 16 .... Parma May Euclid Central April 23 Garfield Hgts. May Tallmcrdge-Ravenna April 30 ,,.,.. Shaw May , , .... University May 7 . Maple Hgts. May Interstate Meet



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SE QSEQ D FRONT ROW: left to right: lae, Read. Peterson, Fuhrmann, Timmis. I. Bonebrake, G. Williams, lones. Wagner, Thornton, Kinney. SECOND ROW: Coach Owen, Phillips, Murphy, W. Bonebrake, Reuther, Nicholson, R. Little, Pickett, Malone, I, Little, Parry Coach Clewell, Coach Theibert. BACK ROW: C. Davidson, Buckley, Davis, Oppmann, Bliss. 35.33 225 E. With the initial practice this spring Coaches Theibert and Clewell were greeted by a turnout of 7 lettermen and 3 numeral winners from last year's comparatively successful nine. The letter- men were iniielders Bob Peterson, Hugh Iae and Mase Iones, and outfielders lim Bonebrake, George Williams, Doug Read and lack Timmis. Phil Thornton, an infielder, Tim Wagner, who works behind the plate and sophomore Pete Fuhrmann, a pitcher of high promise, merited their numerals last year. Williams and Timmis. both 300 hitters, were the leading returning stickmen, while Iae played flawless ball at his shortstop position during the '48 campaign. Teb had a tough schedule for the team, including such clubs as Cleveland Collinwood and Cleveland Shaw, but with considerable competition for every position, the boys were expected to bring honor to the Green and White. BASEBALL SCHEDULE April 13 . . .. Twinsburg May 7 Cranbrook April 16 . .... Stow May ll . , , Collinwood April 20 , , ., Springfield May 14 . University April 23 . . . Wooster May 18 . . V Bedford April 26 , Northfield May 21 . , . Nichols April 30 , . Shadyside May 24 ,. Pqrmq MCKY 3. , Northfield May 27 . Mayfield

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