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"QB" Squad Q5-Zlthletics
Under the able coaching of Lester Horrigan, the "B" squads of football and
basketball have worked hard. The purpose, of course, is to provide physical training
for boys and to teach them the fundamentals of the games so that in the following
seasons they will be able to play on the "A" squads of the sports, and for both pur-
poses the system has been a success.
"B" FOOTBALL SEASON
The "B" squad football team began practice shortly after school started and con-
tinued until the last of October. Many of the players were new as most of last year's
players were on the "A" squad.
During the season three games were played, as follows:
Dell Rapids, here ,..,....................,,..........,....................... 0 26
Pipestone, Minn.,2nd, here .....,. .,....... 2 7 6
Dell Rapids, there ............................,..........................,.... 0 27
The following were boys who played:
J. McKee M. Sinjem C. Richards A. Vick
V. Korte L. Bertsch E. Johnson W. Thompson
D. Kennard G. Swenson F. Heisman F. Green
R. Kennard C. Murphy G. Narum M. Trudell
K. Swanson K. Shelp E. Stewart E. Martinson
R. Fassett L. Morrison L. Erickson O. Eldridge
H. Norman R. Erb
At the end of the season, W. Thompson and J. McKee were chosen co-captains.
"B" BASKETBALL SEASON
The team consisted of new material but steadily improved during the entire
season, and some good material was found. The squad consisted of a majority of
Clear Lake, here ............ ........ 3 5
Elkton, here ........................ ........ 2 7
S. D. Aggies, here .....,.......,..............., 14
S. D. Aggies, there ........................ .. 14
The members of the squad were:
W. Thompson CCapt.J Royal Searls
R. Fassett V. Buckley
Ronald Searls W. Norby
3 Elkton, there ............... ......... 2 9
11 Arlington, here ......... ......... 2 1
18 Clear Lake, there ........ ......... 1 1
F. I-Ielsman H. Brugman
C. Johnson L. Bertsch
G. Swenson R. Carr
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F1112 Bnhzut . . .
Ten lettermen and about 100 reported this spring for track and, at the time of
this writing, many of them show that there will be a good team representing Brook-
ings in its meets this year.
Among the boys upon whom Coach Coffey and the school are depending are the
following: James Lee, who took second in the mile and half mile in the conference
and second in the mile at the state meetg Ronald Searls, the high jump, who placed
third in the conference, "Speed" Burandt, who placed second in the conference with
the shot and discus and third in the football throw last yearg Bert Rude, who placed
fourth in discus at the conference and also threw
the football, Harold Bankert, half mile, Harold Sor-
N enson, who is a sprinter in the 2205 Winston Wilson,
1 relay, Harold Kindred and Archie Vick, both milersg
1 and Francis Jornlin, who runs in a. relay.
Plenty of competition is planned for the spring,
as Brookings will take part in six meets, as follows:
State College Invitation Meet, Dells Meet, Aberdeen
Relays, Region Meet, Dakota Relays, Conference
The school records held by Brookings are:
100-Yard-:10.2, R. Soderberg, 1931.
220-Yard-:23.0, W. Albright, 1932.
440-Yard-:53.5, D. Finn, 1933.
880-Yard-2:05.2, B. Irwin, 1920.
Mile-4:40.0-B. Irwin, 1920.
120-Yard Hurdle-116.5-S. Rishoi, 1927.
220-Yard Hurdle-:27.0, G. Wetterberg, 1933.
Broad Jump-20 ft. 6 in., R. Wilson, 1929.
High Jump-6 ft. 434 in., W. Nesson, 1933.
Pole Vault-11 ft. 3 in., D. Loban, 1932.
Pole Vault-11 ft. 3 in., J. Scarlett, 1933.
Shot Put-49 ft. 4V, in., Ralph Lassen, 1933.
Discus-127 ft. 5 in., Ralph Lassen, 1933.
Football Throw-169 ft. 10 in., H. Burandt, 1933.
Javelin-143 ft. 6 in., R. Wilson, 1929.
'Mile-4:40.0, M. Buhn, 1932.
880 Relay-1:36.5, H. Sorenson, W. Wilson, A. An-
derson, G. Wetterberg, 1933.
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Intramural 5 ports
The intramural sports system has in the past few years grown very popular
as it provides amusement for all boys in high school except those engaged in
major sports at that time.
The program divi-:led into four different sports, which are: Home room
basketball, volleyball, kittenball, and track and field.
The home room basketball program is operated in a round-robin elimination
system. The school is divided into leagues, which consist of the eight freshman
and sophomore home rooms in the American league, and the junior and senior
home rooms in the National league. The teams are rated in per cent according
to the games won or lost, and at the end of the season an elimination is held in
each league. The winner of each league play, and the winner of this game ire-
ceives a trophy awarded by the Monogram Club. This is the hrst year that a
sophomore room has ever Won the championship, the team being Home Room
123, captainecl by Rex Wlaltz.
Both volleyball and kittenball are run on the same system during the spring
of the year.
A new club was formed last fall in which the boys may earn their physical
education requirelnents. It is called the Hundred Mile Club and is operated on a
graduated scale. Each boy must run one-half mile a night for one week, one
mile a night the second week, etc., until they arrive at a maximum of three miles
the fifth and sixth weeks. The club was a success, as 77 boys took part in it and
some very good runners for spring track were discovered.
The intramural track consists of freshmen and sophomores. During the
spring, several meets are held, each meet consisting of three to live events. There
is no limit as to the number of events one boy can enter during the season. At
the end of the season, each entrant's points are added up and the one having the
greatest number receives a medal.
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