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Page 12 text:
By Hilda James
November was noteworthy for both nor-
malcies and novelties.
In observance of American Education Week
the school held "Open House" on the evening
of November 9. Mrs. Steinkamp, President of
the Mother's Club and Mr. Newman, President
of the new Dads' Club, were guest speakers.
The Central-Cleveland football game ended
in a tie, 13 to 13.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Stanton a
new Pep Club was organized on November
3rd. Virginia Sampson was elected President.
Bob Diehl was chosen Vice-President, Hilda
James was named Secretary and Wilma Hen
thcrne was picked for Treasurer The club
has already helped liven up our cheering sec
tion at the football games
The Redwmgs won from Soldan Blewett I4
to I3 but lost to Beaumont 47 to 0 Ouch
This really was our most successful football
season in many years since we lost only two
league games Bill Root who was Co Captain
along with Les Bu hmann and Ed Gambill
was chosen as a guard on the All District Team
The B Football Team under the coaching
of Mr Thuet evened up things a little by beat
ing the Beaumont B Team I9 to 7
'Ihe basketball and swimming teams began
practising under coaches Carlisle and Cliffe
Mr Harold Anderson will coach the B
Richard F Smith who represented Central
for three straight years in the Voice of Democ
racy Conte t of the Junior Chamber of Com
mercc was chosen city champion this year
Last year he finished second
A new Public Speaking Club has been organ
ized with about thirty members to take the
place of the Toastmasters and Toastmistresses
whcse meetings during class hours had to be dis
continued Pichard F Smith is President Pa
tricia Howard is Vice President Virginia Samp
son is Secretary and Sid McCauley is Treasur
er Mr Davis is sponsor
During the Thanksgiving holiday Al Holt
mann won the National Junior Tennis Champ
ion hip at the Armory where the
meet was held this year His chief
victim was David Harum a
sophomore at the University
K third nationally while Al
had been ranked sixth
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Page 11 text:
By Carolyn lxileore
October was occupied by many outstanding
occasions and observances
Al l-loltmann won the state tennis singles
championship for the third straight year Fl he
Central net team finished second in the city
league defeating all the other high schools x
The football team upset Southwest last
year s champions by a score of Zl to 7 T his
w as the first time the Redwings had won their
opening league football game in nine years
They also defeated McKinley by the score
of 20 to 7 but lost to Roosevelt 14 to f
The student body chose the following Stu
dent Council officers President Al l-loltmann
Vice President Pat Schumacher Secretary
'I reasurer Eugenie Penningroth and Sergeant
at Arms Bob Busby
The Seniors and New Seniors both held
their outings at Pere Marquette Park
At a News Conference held at the lnstitu
tion for the Deaf Central was represented by
T reasa Maloney
Under the drreetron of their class sponsors
'Vliss Giles and Nlr Il huet the Seniors observed
Color Day on October 27 T he Red and Black
ribbons were passed on to them by Cuary Couch
President of the Class of June N954
Vlembers of Central s Band was one of the
sixty nine school bands to attend Band Day at
football game between Missouri and lndiana
University which Vlissourr won Zl to 7
At a special auditorium Central was presented
thc Clean Up award for the spring cam
paign of l9D-1
Vw hen report cards were gn en out on October
76 twenty two students receiyed all A s The
ixth termers and eighth termers led with six
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of Dcmocracy program over Claanntl 9 n
vxhrch Rrclrard Smrth prtsented hrs spccch that
xxon thc crty champrcnshrp Vlr Barr prcscntcd
hrm xxrth a portablc radro hrs thrrd such prrfe
Rrch was ar o avxardcd a letter thc school H
for oratory by Vlr Daxrs thc coach
ln thc try cuts for Amcrrcan Lcgron Oratorr
cal Contcst Rrch xx as chosen to rcprcscnt thc
school for thc sccond strarght ycar Othcr con
tcstants xvtrc irdncyf McCauley Carolyn Krn
gore. Patrrcra Hovx ard and August Bcck
On Saturday Dcccmbcr l8 thc Ctntrl
faculty and studcnt bodx vxcrc gutsts of thc
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Hottl 'Vlyrna Vx rax was choscn top ptrformtr
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Schonhorst Ccntral agarn frllcd Chrrstmas
stcckrngs for tht Rcd Cross
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