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Page 16 text:
Back row: Matson, Ticknor, Swartz, Spitzenberger, Kahler, Mr. Hebert
Front row: George. Noziska, Black, Hinken, Aaseth
Back row: Mr. Hebert, Ticknor, Spitzenberggr, Aasoth, Hageman, Mr.
Front row: Bartling, Laibel, Durst
Page 15 text:
Back row: Osnes, Spitzenberger, Hageman, Aaseth, Glick, Barlow,
M . Hebert
Middle row: Carroll, Edwin Deering, Elman Deering, McCarthy, Swartz,
Front row: Hazen, George, A. Halverson, R. Halverson, Black, Tick-
The Burke Bulldogs lived up to their name during the 1937 season.
They were outweighed by every team they played, but were never out-
fought. The line averaged 138 and the backfield 135. The good spirit
and good sportsmanship of the Burke Bulldogs could not be excelled by
that of any of their opponents.
Spring football practice was held this year for the first time in
several years. Much of the success of the football team Was due to
the splendid coaching of Mr. Hebert.
. Burke 6 Burke 6
Gregory 37 Ainsworth 7
Burke 7 Burke 26
Puklana 7 Dallas O
Burke 19 Burke 0
Dallas 0 Co lome 6
Page 17 text:
Back row: .iss Robertson, Hagel, Risewick
Front row: Quinn, Gilkerson
Debate was given in Burke High School as a semester course for
the first time in several years. Journalism and debating were com-
bined, and the BULLDOG HOHLER was put out by these same students.
Getting a late start, the debate class had time for only one
practice debate, with Colome, before the district contest.
The trurnament teams, selected from the ten members of the
class, were composed of James Gilkerson and Jhn Quinn, negative, and
Hazel Risewick and Dorothy Hagel, affirmative. Both teams were de-
feated in the tournament, but the negative team won special commen-
dation from the judge, even though it was not victorious.
Handicapped by lack of experience, the Burke basketball team
nevertheless played through a full season in 1938. The Bulldogs
played their last game with Fairfax in the district tournament.
Boys taking part in the tournament were Edmund George, Alvin Nozis-
ka, Junior Ticknor, Ivan Black, Linley Hinken, John Aaseth, William
Spitzenberger, and Duane Swartz.
Two men will be lost from the team next year, but the outlook
for a successful season in 1939 is bright.
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