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The varsity squad helped promote spirit at pep sessions and ninth grade home games. They also practiced on Mondays after school. They are Joyce Sowers, Aurita Gutierrez, Debbie Smith, Betsy Gutierrez, Lynda Foster and Lynn delGrosso. Not shown are Diane Stetler, Maripat Goff, and Sally Schuler. Cheerleaders Display School Spirit 1531623 Cheerleaders this year were chosen differ- ently than in previous years. All girls did one cheer in the presence of fellow classmen, and those with the highest number of votes were chosen. The grades, citi- zenship, and leadership of each girl were taken into consideration. Many girls par- ticipated and were taught two cheers which they practiced for five weeks. From this group, seven girls were chosen from each grade, eighth and ninth. Six were se- lected as regular cheer- leaders; one was chosen to be an alternate. Mrs. Schone worked with the girls as sponsor. Eighth grade cheerleaders practiced every Monday afternoon. Each worked to improve formations and cheers. They are B. Gaunt, L. Kiser, S. McKee, J. Boyd.T. Zimmerman, R. Puff, and D. Hartup. 37
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Cross Country, Wrestling Show Results Franklin Junior High School ' s cross country team proved to be successful this fall with an 8-4 record. The determination of the team helped it to become runner-up in the city meet. Coached by Mr. Parker, the team members practiced every afternoon during the season. Dave Zumbaugh broke the city junior high school record of 10:33 with a time of 10:23. Other cross country Chiefs included Robin Hartzel, Dan Gosset, Roger Kueh- nert, Ken Post, and Randy Miller. For the second year, Franklin developed a wres- tling team. The squad learned fundamentals of the sport and enthusiasm for competition. Ninth grader Randy Neith finished the season with a 6-1 record. Mr. James Lambert, wrestling coach, stated, " I am positive that these guys will give Northside High School some great varsity wres- tlers and put forth a great effort to win. " Cross country Chiefs are (LEFT TORIGHTKNEELING) R. Kueh- nert, R. Miller, and D. Gossett. Standing are P. Morris, Coach Parker, K. Post, D. Zumbaugh, R. Hartzel, and J. Schmidt. Varsity wrestlers (LEFT TO RIGHT) include, row 1, Randy Neith, Gary Newman, Merrill McKinley, Steve Trease, Rex Whiteleather, Terry Pepple, and Orlin Wormuger. In row 2 are Doug Myers, Steve Martin, Jim Barnes, Rod Carnahan, Joe Tompkins, and Bob Newman. Row 3 includes Jim O ' Day, Scot Green, Greg Blackburn, Denny Andrews, Berry Beckman, Jack Forney, and Coach Lambert. 36
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Sports Programs Created For Students I 1 I m ■ 1 For a number of years, Franklin has had a club called the Girls ' Athletic Association, better known as G.A.A. Seventh, eighth, and ninth grade girls partici- pate in this organization. Among the activities, they learn rules for sports such as basket- ball, volleyball, and track and field. Mrs. Schone is the sponsor of G.A.A. Many Franklin boys joined this after-school activity. Seventh, eighth, and ninth graders par- ticipated. The boys con- tinued to learn skills they learned in physical education classes such as basketball, soccer, baseball, wrestling, track and field, and other sports. They met every Tuesday night in the boys ' gymnasium. Mr. Ginder and Mr. Riley were sponsors for this organization. Tumbling Club was new to the after-school activities this year. Sev- enth, eighth, and ninth grade girls participated in this club. They learned the fundamen- tals of tumbling. The club was small, and each girl had the opportunity for individual help in the skills of acrobatics. Mrs. Kammeyer was the sponsor of the Tumbling Club.
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