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' V ' / . T H E . - EVERGREEN ; There-, ' . w a s 7 a . ; high; til me ■ in/ t h e ; - . ? ! O l e . Gym\; la sc n i g : \ ; ' . ' . , --'March : 8.-, The ■ scene':\- was . ; 4 R r i : e ! first /stage $. .of ’ LyCa : Chub initiation, '/fell hdW member's - . w e r e . pr©-, sent- anb ‘accounted; fob : Dressed : in very fn- formfl\ garb the boys went through the cere mony with, '.shall we say, fortitude. Excit ing games' .\were played- and . a: ’ good” time -was had -by, ! , 7 a l l . n \ ? Just to let. .readers ■ - know/of ’ . these . happy members,: , here -is a . list of : the. new. lett- ermen ' 1962-63 • . r -.- ; Junior: 'f St eve, .Hall Jack Hi’gle,; Harold Did teachers 6. With a slow second quarter the two teams each gained 10 points as the Merchants led. at -halftime 22-19. . The : merchants; took-' control again f f the; ' third- quarter' as \they out-scored’ the teachers 16 - 10 . During -“ the fourth / quarter the Merchants took ’ the lead for good ;. as> they : : scored ' 21- • points - and-- went-\on t o ” ' win 53-11. \ Peltier-led the'win-:\ ners with ; • 14\ points. :' while' Remington led the- losers with'16. The LC Club sponsor-\1 ed the - game ;a-nd :the proceeds -will go to finish paying for the\. Basketball Blazers. ; Statistics- are ; ' as 4 follows: 1 : \ ________________ Page 3 workouts now include calas.thenticsy1 and v a l - ' i oust .games. ' An obstacle -, course will ,be ’.set-up /for the Irack”tearn and basket ball and football, boys w h . e t f t h e y . ' / g o but s i d e . j 3 Eliminations '• in track\ will ■ start' in: early - April arid ' then the track’ team' and \ba sketball and football1 boys will b e ”separated There - are no' Seniors out for -track ' this year and there is only one leti'ermari. coming back. The latter be ing Dave Clarke, a jure ior pel e vault or-. The. boys out -■ -for track arid the basket b a l l and-football boys o i i t \ ' f o r the condition- i include: ‘ N e d Decker, Dennis Dierma-n, Harold Dio s e n , Dauvey Clarke, Malcom , H - ; a s , . - Steve'- H a l l , , - Dick Hammons, Jack., H ; gle, Mick Nelson, . Rod, . O s i e r , Che,t' Fluidy Wilbur R i t t e r - , , . . Buster -Tiffany;,- 1 John/,Brumbaugh, Philip , Dickenson, Gary: Frank-. . ling’, Hal Nibbert: Dora A nis Radish; Jim -'Sharp, Gary Purdy, Mike, C u f f e , : sen. y , . ■ S o ph o'm ore: G e n e . B i g-, gar, Kenny Pershall, Dennis ' R adish,-/Butch Hanson\ - Larry Hanson; Mike Cufle, Jim Hurst-, , Phil Dickenson, Le- land/T/orkman, Scott In gram, Barry . Schermer- hornjf \join Irumbao/M, Arthur Veydemeyer. Anybrie/ ’stumbling a - cross’ oho \ o f . t h e . fore- ■■ named just d r a g ’\ i t down- to the'boy’s lock er . r o o m . • 'MERCHANTS CLOUT ’ TEACHERS T h e - ” Merchants of E u r eka':’started off with a bang: again rihis year and: made it . two in a row; by defeating the teachers of Eureka 53- 6 1 .' ' - - T he '; - fir St -: : q u , a rter went pretty.v fast - - as the ,-Merchants chalked up 12 -t'points . to'-the Merchants: 1 (-53 ) EG FT PF TP McKenzie ' 3 ' 2 1 S J ohns-on ’ 2 -4- 3 8 Gibbons 1 0 0 2 Gwynn 4 ■ 0 0: 2 P either - 3 8 5 14 Ekholt 0 3 3 3 West 5 - 0 7 10 Totals id a 7 . . 2 1 5 3 Teachers: (41) FG FT PF TP Remington , 7 : 2 - 2 16 Bockman 0 0 10 0 Dunlap 5 ■O’* 0 10 Stevenson 1 ■0 . -1 2 Vanderpan 1 1 1 4 3 Williams 3 0 - 3 6' Donaldson 0 0 2 0 Myers :-2 ■ 1-- 0 \4. Totals ■ ■19 4 22 41 TRACK SEASON BEGINS : The track team and all future ” football and .. . 'basketball boys 'started workouts- M a r - . . ; oh 1 - 2 in the' gym. As . s o o n as the wea ther gets .- nicer they will all go outside and work out. 6/ L .. . The Larry Hanson, Jim .Hurst , Denny Stark-, Art- 1 Weydemyer,y,.Scott; In- /, 'gram, I,eland Workman;. Barry Sohermerhorn, Haro’ld McK-enzie, :: .. Asa / ” Pomeroy, Butch Hanson, Mike Badgi ey,. Frank Belles, ;L-eigh Erickson, Ken Pershall, ' Arnold Bernhard-, Rich Barreth, Steve-Bonneville, Ern ie Bolen,' -Carl \Funk Mike Haas, . Joe Haver- landt, Dick Ivers, Bruce--McAllister, Gary McRae, Loren -Osier, Roland Snedigar, Steve.: Pauli, Ed- Croueher, ' Terry Utter-,. , Merton- : 'Tiffany, and D . u a r d •Johnson, ' . . The t-CHS trackers will be given - - more, .chances.- toy compete, in ' m e e t s . . . t h i s . , year. All total ' ,5 meets., will be held. A ':.A D ' There Will ' \ ’■ b e two held at ; Libby, one held at- ''H6t Springs, and one- .at P o , l - s o n ; . - The, Northwest: class B ’ S D i v - xs , i o n aI - wil 1 ■ a 1 s o : b e - held-at\ Poison.