Brookings High School - Bobcat Yearbook (Brookings, SD)

 - Class of 1934

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4 0 5 Elle Buhnut 1 Page i371 .1 . 1 , . O Q . l 4 S z . N77 , ,B N L . G+ A A ff 1933-34 I. G. A. A. lrloarcl. 2. Ping'-pong champion and runner-up. 3. Senior Soccer Champions, 4. Senior Basketball Champions. 5. Miss Miller, G. A. A. Adviser. 6. Second letter winners. 7. Letter winners.

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tithe Buhcut . . . 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. eV i - Page i361



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Elie Bobcat . . . G. A. A. Sports A - GNN-fb Septewtfbelf 18. Dear' Diary: Our freshman picnic is over. Invitations were sent to all the freshman girls witl1 good results. All of us gathered at the school house, where we divided into four groups for the treasure hunt. Each group followed separate trails which at last led us to Fishbaek's pasture where we gathered around a huge bonfire and ate our supper. Contests and singing followed, and the group broke up with many prospects for new members. October. That exciting season of soccer is just over, and the seniors are again cham- pions. An elimination tournament was played which resulted in the thrilling final game between the juniors and the seniors. Gladys Foft was the soccer head. D'ece11zbe1' IO. The big event of the year took place in the chapel last Friday, The champion- ship game of the basketball season was played, and the duties of our basketball head, Harriet johnson, were finished. The juniors again met with defeat from the seniors in the thrilling game of IO to 5. The band helped make the program a success by furnishing music. December 15. Dear Diary: T hirty-one new members were initiated into the G. A. A. Thursday night. After they were formally initiated, lunch was served at tables decorated in the Christmas theme. Christmas tree programs were presented and the initiation ended with group singing. Informal initiation ensued the next day when the girls were compelled to wear costumes designed by their big: sisters. February. For the past two months the girls have been participating in tumbling and in a ping-pong tournament. The final ping-pong game was played between Doris Dyste and Ruth Lightner. The score was 2 to 1 sets in favor of Ruth. On February 28 the annual G. A. A. dance was held. The Board, dressed in old fashioned costumes, formed the receiving line. There was a grand march led by Martha and..George VVashington. A novelty dance, the minuet, was given by several grade children. jack Elton's orchestra furnished the music. Amt. . 4 ' Another sport season is past. A round robin volleyball tournament was held. Then an elimination of the two classes Having the most wins was run. off, The juniors won from the seniors in the final game. Mildred Lakman was the volley- ball head. Moy. Dear Diary: Baseball, tennis, deck tennis, horseshoe, and hiking are all now well under way. VVe are all looking forward to Field Day, when the finals of our tourna- ment will be played. The memories of our G. A., A. days of 1933-34 under the direction of Miss Miller will not soon be forgotten. RUTH O'r'r12RN1zss, Pres., '33,-64. Page E381

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