Huron High School - Tiger Yearbook (Huron, SD)

 - Class of 1937

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Huron High School - Tiger Yearbook (Huron, SD) online yearbook collection, 1937 Edition, Page 66 of 86
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Page 66 text:

Club Back row: Ebert. Lothrop, Struck, Peterson. Nelson, Sarahan, Crawford, Vonderhaar. Mr. Washabaugh. Second row: Englebretson, Hoppel, McGinty, Weaver, Howard, Gorman, Carl- son, Osborn. Johnson, Front row: Kulawik, Nelson, Bates, Shearer, Hohm, Jacobsen, Hanson, Boyle, Langland, Coach Deklotz. The "H" Club is composed only of members that have won a letter in some Varsity sport. The requirements to win a letter are quite rigid, thereby making the club exclusive. This club of Huron High School was founded in 1927, with Sam Perrin as President. It was not until 1930 that the club was again active, when Bob Bryan was President, The purpose of the club is to promote athletics within the school, good fellowship, and sportsmanship among the athletes of Huron High. Sole rights to sell candy at all athletic contests has been granted to the "H" Club, the receipts from which are used for purchasing medals and other awards, and entertainments. To honor the Huron State Basketball Champions, the club sponsored a dance at the close of the season, which was a successful climax to a satisfying season. Necessary qualifications to win a coveted "H" are as follows: Football: Playing in one half of the games, half of which must be conference games. Basketball: Play in eight quarters or in half the games, four of which must be Conference games. Track: Win a first in a dual meet or 5 points in a dual meet, or place in the regional meet or run on a relay team that places. In all cases a good spirit of sportsmanship must be shown, and willingness to cooperate. The President of the club for 1936-37 is O. F. Jacobsen, with Ewald Hohm as Secretary- Treasurer.

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1. Ready for the workout . . . Deke and Pere. 2. Champs in Orange and Black. 3. All- State basketball men . . . Sig and O. F. 4. "It Clickedln 5, What's the Score? 6. Off for Minneapolis. 7. Three Rzihs! 8. Tiger Day. 9. Over the top. 10. Waiting for the Gun. 11. Captain . . . Ed. 12.A Crack Team . . . 13.It's a Racket . . . Billy, Coach Johnson. John, and Kenneth.



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Pep Club Cheer leaders: Lois Peterson. Jeanne Farrow, Ruth Knapp. Front row: Hornbeck, N0I'1'iS, Whitney, Peterson, Paulson, Burdick, Colton, Avery, Walker, Saylor, Sheeks, Palm, Trotter, Keck, Campbell, Miner, Gibbs, Koppert, Thompson. Kuehn, Bales, Brown, Sainsbury, Ander- son, McDermott, Burns, Dumdey, Van Voorhis, Williams. Second row: Johnson, Miner, Sax- ton, Schugg, Dunbar, Laskowski, Lang, McComas, Laskowski, Lampe, Anderson,. Longstaff, Hall, Disney, Manolis, Blechinger, Haney, McDonnell, Small, Hall, Murphy, Miller, Fliss, Hohm, Parkhurst, Tueber, Connor, Robertson, Schoof. Third row: Schwietert, Fleming, Blank, Englebretsen, I-Iousman, Smith, McGaughey, O'Kane, Thompson, Leslie, Nelson, Keck, Slog- gett, McFarling, Tams, Jacobsen, Cummins, Shephard, Kreykes, Jolin. Fourth row: Colton, Kittleson, Clemens, Adams, McNamara, Gustafson, Welsh, Thatcher, Huesgen, Fleming, Dwyer, McGaughey, Zink, Calendine, Hanson, Patton, Johnson, Fitch, Thorsness, Cummins, LaCraft, Devers, Stewart, Moar. One of the oustanding features of the athletic contests this year has been the splendid increase in school spirit. A great deal of the credit for this is due to the activeness and enthusiasm of the Pep Club. Through the efforts of the cheer lead- crs who had been elected at the beginning of the school year, the Senior Pep Club of 50 or 60 Juniors and Seniors took shape and flourished under the guidance of Miss Bailey and Mr. Washabaugh who had been elected Co-Sponsors. The Cheerleaders Lois M. Peterson, Jeanne Farrow, and Ruth E. Knapp, were designated President, Vice-President, and Secretary of the club respectively. ! A Junior Pep Club was later organized of 50 Sophomores. This club will next year help make up the active Pep Club. New life and color were added to the pep meetings and games by the appearance of Elmer, our High School Mascot. The Cheerleaders sported new, bright, orange satin jackets while from the bleachers added color came in the form of orange feathers Worn in hats, coat lapels, and wherever the people fancied. The sale of these feathers was undertaken by the Pep Club for exactly the purpose it accomplished, adding color to the games.

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