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Row I:-Jerome Becker, Ray Stanicek, Kenneth Larson, Richard Pieper, James Lanctot, Jack David-
son, Clifford Larson, Bud Kessler.
Row 2:-Warren Six, Dale Picking, Dwight Dilley, Charles Krause, Donald Summers, Norbert Engle,
Harold Gagnon, Jack Haley, Harold Mayer.
Row 3:-Willard Acers, Leonard Lubbers, Wayne Livingston, Jack Gagnon, Earl Wanke, lrvin Evans,
Robert Pederson, Ray Shoemaker, Deloss Gurney.
Row 4:--Alan Nelson, Lyle Steinbach, Bob Corner, Donald Fastrup, Vernon Soukup, Gordon Rich,
Lyle Petersen, Nathan Steinbach, Robert Stengle.
Row 5:-Coach Donald Walker, Robert Shoemaker, Harold Becker, Conrad Wostlund, James Fitz-
gerald, Leo Stone, Kenneth Lefler, Coach Lorne S. Arnold.
Large Squad, Eight Veterans Report for Track
Bud Kessler, conference champion in the broad-jump, and Jerome Becker, shot-putter and discus
thrower, gave a good record for themselves as the Bucks began work-outs for the '38 track season under
Coach Don Walker.
Remaining lettermen were Ray Stanicek, high-jump and hurdles, Richard Pieper, 440 yard run,
James Lanctot, pole vault and 220 yard rung Jack Davidson, high hurdles, Clifford Larson, 100 yard
dash, and Lyle Petersen, IOO yard dash, were on hand for the first try-outs.
SCENES FROM THE FIRST TRACK MEET OF THE SEASON
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Girl Athletes oin Teams and G A A
low I:-Antoinette Gaeden, Fannie Barber, Mary Eloise Whited L ir Bauer Donna Bunker Phyllis Rone Ceroldine Re nolds Leona Pie er Doroth hn r I
Anderson, Delores Huber, Virginia Johnson, Gloria Erickson, Lavonne Gran Rav 2 Viola Pieper Shirley Johfes Dorothy Rdbbins Josephine lllheiner Dbrdfhy Sgt-'ills' Dneacilgesggllllerlriidt
Wrgmia Whiting, Virginia Fribourghouse, Vivian Means, Edith Myers Dorothy Glanzman Beverley Sullivan Miss Margaret Hubbard director Row 3 Margery Schlegelmilch Mary La
Londe, Emma Peterson, Beverley Fenske, Dolores Johnson, Bonne Yungbluth Bernadettc Savage Al ce Howe Geraldine Drotzman Mun I Johnson Norma Jean Bartow Aileen Norris Jear
Slemp, Mary Jones low 4:-Geneva Six, Darline Uhl, Elizabeth Hahl Betty Gamble lnez Larson Lorraine Gibson Norma Jean Meighen Ruth Ragnan Kathryn Rindels Ruby Brownsor
Grace Gran, Arline Lynch, Darott-H Bunker
Participating in field hockey, volley ball,
basketball, softball and hiking, the G. A, A.,
under the tutelage of Miss Margaret Hibbard,
ended each season with a class tournament.
An enrollment campaign added new members
to bring the total number to 80, the highest
peak in two years. Allowed two absences for
every season, the girls receive lOO points for
each. Striving for pins, rings and letters, the
members may increase their credit by partaking
in outside activities.
Hockey-From 45 members partaking in field
hockey, nine girls on the winning team capped
honors as the stellar performers. They ore:
Mary Jones, Geraldine Reynolds, Josephine
Rheiner, Delores Huber, Virginia Whiting, Alice
Howe, Lorraine Gibson, Arline Lynch, Delores
Basketball-Basketball, by for the most pop-
ular sport, drew the largest attendance, ond the
All Star team, picked from the undefeated Silver
Darts and other outstanding teams, marched
to victory over Yankton college and Mount Marty
Academy players. The All Stars are: Viola
Pieper, Beverley Fenske, Norma Jean Meighen,
Virginia Whiting, Jean Slemp, Dorothy Smith,
Betty Gamble, Elizabeth Hohf, Ruth Graman.
Volleyball-Six competing teams were de-
feated in class tournaments by this winning
volleyball team. The members are: Lavonne
Gran, Dorothy Glanzman, Vivian Means, Ruth
Rognan, Mary Eloise Whited, Mary Jones, Vir-
ginia Jahnson, Juliet lngebrigtson.
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