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Steckelberg, Jesse, Martin
Roberts, Jones, Bartz CCaptainj
Stuner, Hehnke, Wilson, Simmelink
Peterson. Jacobson fCaptainJ, Nic-
Beck, Staley, Gronning
Lyons. Hoey CCaptainj, Sonder-
Gerhardt, Schlomann, Healy, Kleck-
er, Kuba, Johnson, Younggren
Torgerson, Gettinger fCaptainj,
Green, Hermanson, Stiles
Bredahl. Hylkema, Platte, Wallin.
Cass CCaptainj , Wheeler, Marr
Reichardt, Nelson, Marquard, Gos-
NDER the leadership of Coaches
Lowery and Setterquist and with
able assistance from Tom Rendler,
the college had one of the best intra-
mural programs ever held in the
history of the school.
Basketball was the first sport on
the intramural program. Over one
hundred and twenty-five men signed
up for participation in this sport:
they were divided into twelve teams
under student captains. The captains
of the teams were: Younggrcn, Nel-
son, Ciettinger, Cass, Sletteland,
Rendler, Isaacson, Hoey, Bartz, Ja-
cobson, Knuth, and Crowley. A
schedule was provided whereby each
team played every ,other team once.
At the conclusion of this it was de-
cided to hold a tournament, the
league winner and tournament win-
ner playing for the championship.
The Bartz and Jacobson teams ended
the league season in a tie for first
place, with Bartz winning the play-
off, The tournament was won by
Isaacson's team, a team which had
Hnished the league schedule in the sec-
.ond division, but played fine ball to
win the tournament. In the final
game between Bartz and Isaacson,
Bartz's team won by a 26 to 19 score.
The athletic department presented
medals to the members of the winning
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' Setterquist CCoachD, Lyga, Blaisdell, Fisher
Reichardt, Lansing, Thoeny, Nickerson, Thompson
THE freshman football team was under the direction of Harold Segerstrom,
former Falcon star. As usual the squad was a product of many different types
of coaching, but under his able direction it was molded into a compact unit
which provided excellent opposition to all opponents. Although there were no
individual stars, many men gave promise of filling in the holes in next year's
varsity left by those graduating this season. The frosh played two games with
Red Wiiig Training School, defeating them both times by the score of 18 to 6
and 6 to O. Outside of these two regular games a number of informal scrimmages
were held with the local high school.
The freshman basketball team was one of the best in recent years, It played
a schedule of seven games, winning six and being defeated only by Elmwood
Class "C" Championship team from this district. The "Greenies" opened their
season with a 30 to 22 win over Independence High School. They followed this
by handing the Intramural All-Stars a 24 to 9 defeat. The third game was a
29 to 22 defeat at the hands of Elmwood. The local National Guard provided
the opposition in the fourth game, being turned back 72 to 40 by the frosh.
In a return game with the All-Stars the freshmen were again victorious by a 48
to 36 count. The sixth game was with the Hammond High School, and that
team was given a 46 to 26 defeat. The final game of the season was playedat
Ellsworth against the high school of that city. This resulted in a 29 to 23
victory for the frosh. Besides these regular scheduled games the frosh scrim-
maged the local high school and Elmwood to give these teams practice against
The men who showed promise and should be of valuable help to next year's
varsity are Lansing and Reichardt, centers, Fisher, Nickerson, and Thompson,
forwards, and Lystad, Lyga, and Blaisdell, guards.
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N interesting feature of the sea-
son's play was the publication in
the Student Voice each week of the
ten scoring leaders. The leading
point-getters for the season were Al
Erickson of Knuth's team and Mel
Erickson of Nelson's team, who
scored 143 and 123 points respec-
At the close of the basketball sea-
son ping pong, volleyball, and bad-
minton were started. The ping pong
championship was won by Russell
Kurtz, who defeated T.om Ronnigen
in the finals. Dr. Owens won the
badminton championship, defeating
Robert Platte. The volleyball cham-
pionship was won by Gossen's team.
which defeated Hehnke's team in the
Hnals. As a fitting closing for the
winter intramurals, the athletic de-
partment sponsored a sports show
where the finals were played.
Kittenball was the closing event in
the intramural season. Tw.o leagues
were formed, one made up of campus
house teams, and the other of student
teams, captained by students. Regu-
lar scheduled games were played in- tain, Bremer
the evening on the south campus.
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