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ATHLETICS Through Franklin ' s athletic program, beginning steps become jumps and leaps, vaults and dashes. Agility develops, and aggressive competition prepares the Chiefs for the years to come. They learn fair play, the will to win, and the grace of defeat as they step through the doorway of junior high athletic endeavor and leave their echoing footsteps in the quiet gym- nasium, on the grass-covered gridiron, or near the si- lent cinders.
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Clubs Learn About and Participate in School Life Some students participated in organizations that helped the school before, during, and after school. Library Club aided the librarian in the daily routine of the library. Franklin Squaws helped col- lect admission at the door at each home athletic event. Some students, looking ahead, participated in Future Teachers of America to understand the teaching profession better. The Future Teachers Club gave the members an opportunity to learn more about teaching. Some teachers visited the club to discuss teaching. Franklin Squaws spent many hours in service for the school. They sold candy and took tickets at the basketball games. The Library Club helped in the library before, during, and after school, checking books in and out. They also learned the tech- niques and functions of working in a library. They were always there to help the librarians. 30
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30 7 The Varsity Chiefs pictured above include LEFT TO RIGHT) ROW 1: Scott McLachlan, Pat Sievers, David Ecenbarger, Jef - fery Snyder, Jim Barnes, Steve Boggs, David Barnett, and Terry Pepple. ROW 2 includes Bill Werling (manager), Mike Martone, Denny Rider, Tom Crosley, Barry Beckman, Jan Bosserman, Jack Forney, Dan Johnson, George Wagner, Dana Brady (manager), and Dick Henderson (manager). In ROW 3 are By- ron Choka, John Gutermuth, Mark Schomburg, Greg Black- burn, Denny Andrews, Roger Musick, Terry Brown, Doug Myers and Mr. Charles Ault, Head Football Coach. ROW 4 includes Mr. 9th CHIEFS WIN WITH HISTORIC FIELD GOAL The seventh grade football team includes (LEFT TO RIGHT) ROW 1: J. McLaughlin, S. Speith, D. Byrd, R. Knerr, K. Drew, B. Gaston, T. Black, S. Schultz, B. Drew, D. Cutigni. ROW 2 in- cludes T. Miller (manager), J. Ludwig, T. Smith, G. Carr, M. Heath, M. Morino, D. Egnor, D. Sheets, B. Hoy, D. Graves (manager). In ROW 3 are T. Putt (manager), E. Malott, Mr. James Lambert, Coach, T. Sievers, M. Lewis, K. McMahan, K. Hobeck, K. Temple, M. McClure, D. Hopper. 32
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