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Row l, leff To right: W. Bruce, D, Verl-lege, D. Gibson, S. Johnson, Row 3: T, Keries, D. Bw niinfin, L. Harm.-Jn, B. Marosli, J. '3fei'w:'ii'T,
H. Broelema, B. Tiius, C, Buyze. Row 2: D. King, J. Command, J. P Schoeqyie, G. Alderinlf, C. Kniie-line, Raw 4, J, Du Ryli-X A
Parsacla, C, Miller, B. Vander Klipp, B. Ouiigll D, Riernersrri-1. Altrechh G. Cnrnwsll, J, if-T r'-ilf-y, R, Pin, D, Anal' ff fi, J, VT-gt.
THE "C" CLUB
The TracliTion of The "C" Club is one oT The
oIdesT aT Cresfon l-ligh School. lT was one oT The
TirsT socieTies organized aT CresTon, daTing baclc To
The year l927, ThaT was The TirsT year any boys
had won Their maior HC". The organizaTion oT The
club in 1927 was due To The earnesT eTTorTs oT Mr.
E. C. Buss, Then coach, and Mr, Samuel UpTon,
principal. These Two genTlemen made The "C"
Club one OT The mosT prominenT clubs in The school,
and This prominence has grown Through The eighTeen
years The club has TuncTioned.
ln I93l, The members oT The club inTroduced
The wearing oT Polar Bears on The sleeves oT varsiTy
sweaTers. For The pasT Tive or six years The promo-
Below, le-TT: The officers of The "C" Club relaxing by The luke-box
during Their dance afTer a basl'eTb.3Il game.
Tion oT TiclneT sales To all sporTf gamer- has been The
clubls parTicular obiecT.
This year, The acTiviTies oT The "C" Club were
cenTered around a new seT oT "rules" which The
members TormulaTed - l. Boys may noT wear "C"
sweaTers and sTripes unless properly earned. 2.
Girls may noT wear MCM sweaTers wiTh a sTripe on
The arm. l-lowever, They are allowed To wear Their
minor HC" iT They earned iT in The AB. Club, or
in some oTher organizaTion. 3. No one may wear
varsiTy sweaTers Trom oTher schools unless They were
earned There beTore aTTending CresTon.
Mr, Gil Powers is The advisor oT The club.
Below, righT: An informal picTure of some of The members of our
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Above, Ieff: .lack Rip5Tra reTurns The shoT while his
parTner, Dave De Vries, sTands ready. RighT: Torn
Van Wingen shakes wiTh Jack RipsIra afler a qruelling
The I945 Tennis squad. LeTT To rlghT: D. De Vries, E. De
Ne-uI', W, McCIymonT, D. Davey, D. Heering, B. Quick, J,
RipsTra, P. ThiebouT, T. Van Wingen.
This year CresTon is again resuming iTs Tennis
acTiviTies aTTer a year's lapse because oT The exisTing
warTime condiTions. This aThIeTic squad is being
counTed on To conTribuTe a number oT poinTs Toward
The race Tor The All-SporTs Trophy. The Trophy is
an honor presenTed each year To The ciTy high
school which excels in aThIeTics. The poinTs Tor This
Trophy come Trom The place held by The Teams in
The ciTy slrandings oT The respecTive sporTs. LasT
year, due To The absence oT a Tennis Team, CresTon
losT iTs runner-up posiTion in The all-ciTy honors, so
we're looking Torward To a considerable conTribuTion
Trom The squad.
Due To The acuTe shorTage oT Tennis courTs here
in The norTh end, CresTon is somewhaT handicapped
in This phase oT aThIeTicsg and has been Tor many
years. Were iT noT Tor This unTorTunaTe TacT, CresTon
would have produced Tar beTTer Tennis Teams in The
The Team is buiIT around a number oT boys who
have had considerable courT experience. Tom Van
Wingen heads The lisT as The probable No. I man
in The singles, Tollowed by Jack RipsTra and Dave
De Vries. The No. I doubles combinaTion oT David
Davy and Dave I-leering is showing promising re-
suITs. They are Tollowed by The Earl De NeuT-Bob
Quick duo. Phil ThiebouT is also making an earnesT
bid Tor a posiTion.
According To Coach RoberT Linden, our boys
have "greaT possibiIiTies, iT They all only sTicIc in
There and do Their very besT." I-Iere's wishing all
The Iuclc in The world To our boys Tor a successful
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The Foolball Reserves. Row I, leff lo
righl: J. Buyze, D. Sfevens, E. Frey, J.
Rose, B. Viergiver, J. Brener, T. Van
Win en. G, Fenske, K, Buyze. Row 2:
G. gl-iapin, T. Robinson, R. Schneider,
B. Card, N. Tock, B. Sfegmier, J.
Orley, D. Benedict Row 3: Mr. Haken,
coach: K. Sheele, B. Moroski, J.
Anderson, D. Enclres, D. Van Dyke, J.
The Junior Hiqli Basketball Squad
Row I: F. Billock, H. Minor, J, Rose
E. Kelly. Row 2: B. Wiersum, J
Avery, Mr. Halcen, J. Eppinga.
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