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Back row: J. Sharp, Clausen, V. Mayer, Steffen, Wilson, Zutz,
Smith, Leibel, H. Crandell, L. Ticknor, Hasche, Arms,
V. Schlaht, Harmon
Middle row: Risewick, D. Hildebrand, E. Bohnet, Klufa, Gunvor-
dahl, Aaseth, Dutt, M. Schlaht, Bentz, Halverson,
Matson, Lewis, Mr. Holleman.
Front row: Fobair, Kortmeyer, Brunz, J. Crandell, H. Hildebrand,
V. Sharp, B. Ticknor, D. Bohnet, D. Crandell, Abben-
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The Burke High School band, under the direction of band
director, Mr. Holleman, consists of thirty-eight members this
year. Nine beginners have entered the band during the year.
The band has done very fine work. They played at all the
home football and basketball games and attended the music festival
in the spring.
Band letters were given out to the members that have been
in the band two years and have attended a certain number of
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Back row: Kobold, Arms, Collins, M. Bohnet, V. Mayer, Ticknor, D.
Kortmeyer, Durst, Dykast, E. Bohnet, Clausen, Young
Middle row: Miss Holleman, V. Sharp, Painter, V. Schmidt, Risewick,
J. Sharp, Genzlinger, Prangley, L. Kallander, Kahler,
Prchal, Wilson, Burr, M, Schlaht, Brunz, V. Schlaht,
Front row: A. Mayer, A. Kortmeyer, L. Mayer, Heerman, Woehl,Hilde-
brand, Crandell, Thompson, E, Schmidt, Toldstedt,
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The Glee Club this year consisted of thirty members, some
having been eliminated at the beginning of the year, as the club was
limited to a certain number of members.
Under the direction of Mrs. Katherine M. Jury, the Glee Club
made rapid progress and as a result Burke had a very fine Glee Club
The club entered the contest held at Platte, South Dakota on
April 17 and l8, and also attended the music festival in May.
Glee Club officers elected this year were Rosella Hildebrand,
president, and Gladys Dykast, secretary and treasurer.
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Back row: Briese, Heerman, Birkel, Lubbers, Smith,' Hildebrand,
Kortmeyer, Stephen, Deering
Middle row: McCarthy, Beck, Durst, Clausen, Bailey, Guthmiller,
' Ulmer, Reber
Front row: Fitzgerald, Soper, Glick, Ticknor, co-captain, Aaseth
co-captain, Spitzenberger, Wolf, Birkel
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The Burke Bulldogs ended their football season of 1940 with 2
wins, 2 ties, and 2 losses. The boys played against some tough
teams but showed up very well in all the games. Although out-
weighed by almost every team, this handicap was compensated by the
speed of the players. The team showed good spirit throughout the
season in spite of a number of bad breaks. This was Coach Ray
Hebert's fourth year of coaching at Burke High School and through
his excellent coaching he has made a great team. This year the
Bulldogs lost eight very valuable players through graduation.These
senior boys who should be mentioned for their splendid work are:
Junior Ticknor, John Aaseth, co-captains, Billy Spitzenberger,
Robert Glick, Howard Soper, Edward Birkel, Donald Wolf, and Galvin
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Colome 20 Spencer 6 Wagner 13
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