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BASEBALL prospects at the local school received a severe jolt with the
announcement that Al Erickson, star catcher for the past two seasons, had
signed a contract with the Columbus team of the American Association. Even
,on top of this came the news that Mert Wulf, star first baseman, would be
unableto play because of illness. However, six lettermen, Herkal, Erickson,
Nystrom, Johnson, Rendler, and Stenback, provided the nucleus for a fairly
strong club. The showing of three new men, Moore, Marr, and Teeples, gave
the Falcons a representative club. Regular scheduled games were played with
Minnesota, Gustavus Adolphus, St. Cloud, and Mankato.
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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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Jones, Mills, Alfonse, Staley, Kinney. Ghcrty Nickerson, May. D. O'Brien, Sletreland, J. O'B:ien
INOR sports, which have been on a decline in state colleges the past few
seasons, were given a big boost this season. Superior sponsored an inter-
collegiate boxing tournament for Wisconsin colleges. The Falcons were repre-
sented by a team composed of Mills, Kinney, Alfonse, Staley and Gherty. The
Falcons made a creditable showing, considering the amount of boxing experience
team members had had.
Plans were being made to send a track team to Eau Claire to take part in the
state meet there. Track has been badly neglected on the campus here, and an
attempt will be made to arouse interest in it.
Prospects are good for a tennis team with Jim May, last year's school cham-
pion, returning. A tournament was to be conducted, and, if the material
warranted it, regular scheduled matches were to be played with other schools.
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