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1Firstl Ellsworth Fetzer, Harry Zimmerman, Robert Schlegel, Harold Beal, Russell Rhoads, Robert Myers, Mr.
lSecondJ Charles Arnold, Edward Kirscliner, Donald Stntznmn, Hugh Buchanan, Everett Miracle, Charles Keltz,
Coach .leandrevin faced the task of building up a new baseball team last fall and did a good
job. The scores didn't show it, but you can't always go on the score. Wlmen the season closed
he had a team together that needed just plenty of practice, which they will get in the spring.
The combination he worked last fall lost three games and tied one. That isn't so bad, and any'
Can't have an undefeated team every year.
scores were as follows:
Creston 2 Sterling 3
Creston l Sterling Z
Creston 4 Burbank 4
Creston 2 Burbank 6
spring schedule will begin about lvlareh 30, l93l.
-'Creston at Doylestown
17-V-f-Burbank at Creston
-Sterling at Sterling
April ZS---Doylestown at Creston
-'-Sterling at Creston
lvlay 2 -'Sectional Tournament, Creston vs.
lvlay 5- -Creston at Burbank
May 9---County Tournament
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1Firstl Mr. Jeandrevin, Hugh Buchanan, Charles Arnold, Russell Rhoads, Charles Keltz, Mr. Himes.
fseccincll Qnnabelle Winkler, Bertha Bartholomay, Everett Miracle, Edward Kirsclmer, Eclythe Guthrie, Kathryn
The Athletic Association of C. H. S. for the season of 19304931 was chosen from the
four classes. The representatives of the Association were chosen as follows: one member from
the Freshman class, two from the Sophomores, three from the juniors, and four from the Seniors.
The Association was formed Get. 3, 1931, and the following officers were elected:
President ...,,...,, ,,,,.. E xerett Miracle
Vieefpresident ,.,,,,, ...,,,,. E dythe Guthrie
Secretary ..,,..,,... ,Y.r . Kathryn Benjamin
Treasurer ,....,. .,...i,,.. ...,...,.. .,,,,, ...,,.. E d w 2 1rd Kirschner
The C. H. S. teams again had the splendid coaching ol' lvlr. -leandrevin and lvlr. Hinies.
The teams have had successful seasons.
To the coaches and the teams the student body wishes to express sincere thanks and
gratitude for the fine sportsmanship which the teams showed throughout the season.
IfPa ee Forty-twoj
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Girl ' Basketball
lStandingJ Mr. Jeandrevin, Mr. Himes, Helen Lee, Irene Peake, Chlora Clapp, Anna jane Francis, Margaret Eckcr,
Margaret Repp, Frances Gantz, Virginia Snyder.
fseatedl Mary Stebbins, Margery Fetzer, Annabelle Wiiikler, Edythe Guthrie, Bertha Bartlmlomay, Ruth Sykes,
Evelyn Wright, Nellie Carter.
The Tournament was held at Vsfoostei' Fehruary Il and 28.
Our hrst game was with Doylestown. VGC won this game with a score of 3040. The second
round was with Big Prairie and Creston girls came out victorious with a score of 4206. These
two victories enahled us to go hack the next Saturday.
Our first game was with Mt. Eaton. an undefeated team of the season. At the half of the
game the score was l3flU in favor of Mt. Eaton. This meant that if Creston was to win they
had to work. Our guards allowed Mt. Eaton! forwards to make one hasket while Creston made
live haskets the last hall, Another victory lor C. H. S. with a score of 2047.
The second round was with FI'CdCI'lCliSlUllI'lf. Ulu' team started with the lead and kept it
till the game was won. Score 2643. Hooray! We had won the Vklayne County Tournament
for the second time. But after all. that does not count as much as the good sportsmanship which
our girls showed.
The reward was a hronze plaque mounted on mahogany. They also received a hanner lor
winning all of the League games during the season,
lvir. jeandrevin has hecn a very good coach and the girls wish to thank him for his good
training during the season,
lvlary Stehhins and lvlargaret Ecker represented Creston in the Foul Shooting Contest.
Three of the girls on the teavu were placed on the AllfCounty Team. They are Bertha Bar'
tholomay, Edythe Guthrie, and Nellie Carter. All of the others received honorable mention.
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