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FIRST ROW, lett to right: Warmkessel, Weller, Haslcer, Mertz, Iones, Parzanese, Gordon, Snyder, Bickel
SECOND ROW: F. Brown, R. Brown, Miller, DeMarco, Shipe, Buda, Rapp, Gerhart, Mr. Buckworth.
THIRD ROW: Bosold, Smith, H. Brown, L. Brown. Ferro, Herbein, Boyer. Gass, Dunkle, Kutz.
FOURTH ROW: Klemmer, G. Greene, Rothenberger, O. Greene, Reetz, Greenawclld, Miller, P. Shultz,
Bradley, Weyandt, L. Shultz.
H11 indications point to another successful track season. With the return ot seven lettermen,
among them Ralph Greenawald and Lester Weinman, two consistent point winners, the team
hopes to repeat its victories of last year at Hlhright, West Reading and Mt. Penn. Greena-
wald, shot-put expert, took second place in the state meet held last year at State College.
Hpr. 12 Mt. Penn Home
15 Pennside Ir. High Home
20 Hlbright-County Meet Blbright College
25-26 Penn Relays Philadelphia
May 1 Wilson, Mohnton Home
4 West Reading-County Meet West Reading
8 Venzke Relays Birdsboro
11 Shillington-County Meet Shillington
18 District 3 Meet Lancaster
Z5 State Meet State College
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. Clemens, G. Oxenreider, Miller, E. Oxenreider, Doian,
SECOND ROW: Hollinger, DeSantis, Bradley, Reber, Ernst. K. Seyler, Slonalcer.
THIRD ROW: Cramer, McKently, Newpher, Moll, Haus, Weller, Kantner.
Heist, Winter, Moyer
With the return of five lettermen, prospects are cheerful for the 1946 baseball season. The
nucleus of the team remains in Oxenreider, pitcher: Doian, first base: Miller, third base: 'Win-
ter, shortstop: Heist, center field: and possibly Seyler, left field, if he is able to play. H prom-
ising crop of new material assures the rounding out of a smoothly working team.
Hpr. 9 Wilson
11 West Reading
22 Mt. Penn
May 2 West Reading
14 Mt. Penn
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Hain, Spangler, Hill, Schmeck, Wingert. Koch, Wurst, Geary, Gehris, Neck.
SECOND ROW: I. Seidel, Hdam, Reddy, Hoffman, Dietz, Yamell, Penturelli, Hdams, Manwiller. Shaner,
THIRD ROW: Schmeck. Schoennagel, Horyczko, Wadsworth, Ray, Wolfe, Snyder, Reinhold, Starke, Pei-
FOURTH ROW: Warneke, Katzenmoyer, Trego, Fies, Ermold, Fehr, Buck, Sparr, Himmelreich, Isenberq,
FIFTH ROW: Deeds, Pegg, Einsel, Hngstadt, Oswald, Geisler, Selig, B. Davis, H. Seidel, Nagle, Roth-
ermel, Parker, Hoptley.
SIXTH ROW: Miss Slifer, Bergman, Hartman, Eddinger, R. Davis, Wagner, Helms, Hartman, M. Faller,
George, Shuker, Sweitzer, E. Faller, Hnderson.
CE. A. A.
The Girls' Hthletic Hssociation is an organization for girls who wish to participate in sports.
The only requirement for membership is the desire to take part in one or more sports for
Volleyball, hockey, basketball, and softball are the major sports for senior high. The minor
sports are archery. badminton, swimming. bowling, and tennis. Major sports for junior high
are soccer, basketball, and softball. The minor sports are volleyball, tennis, and swimming.
Hwards are presented to girls who have completed six games and two practices in three
major sports or two major and two minor sports.
The G. H. H. supports itself by holding dances in the gymnasium after school, and also by
selling refreshments at the football and basketball games.
President , ,. . . ,. .Marian Faller
Vice-president Carolyn Helms
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