School: Granton H.S. Notes (14 Dec 1917)


Surnames: White Huntzicker, Davis, Kemmeter, Kampine, Storm, Phelps, Marsh, Ritter, Barager, Gleason, Wright, Neinas, La Grander, Hart, Pietenpol, Cook, Wegner, Downer, Lee, Rausch

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 14 Dec 1917

On Friday night the local high school basketball teams motored to Greenwood where they met the Greenwood fives. The girls' game was played first, the Granton girls losing by a score of 20 to 3.

The boys' game followed. In the first ten minutes of play, the locals played their opponents completely off their feet, making four of five baskets before Greenwood realtized what had happened. The Greenwood five then tightened up, making the game a little more interesting -- to Granton. The superior team work of the locals finally ran the score up so that at the end of the first half the score stood 18 to 5 in favor of our men.

The last half the Greenwood boys came out to win, but after five minutes of play the locals tightened up and played all around Greenwood. The game ended in a score of 30 to 10 for Granton, making the second victory of the season for Capt. Rausch's squad.

Crandall's Orchestra furnished music for the dance after the games. Besides the players and their coaches, Mr. White and Miss Huntzicker, the following rooters accompanied the teams: Misses Gertrude Davis, Rose Kemmeter, Edith Kampine, Frieda Storm, Ora Phelps, Thea Marsh, Janet Ritter, Iva Barager and Nellie Gleason, and Messrs. Verlon Wright, Henry Neinas, Claire La Grander, Glen Hart and Bernard Pietenpol.

Next Friday the locals will meet the Marshfield team at Marshfield. From there they will go to Colby to play the high school team at that city.

Miss Ruth Huntzicker, teacher of the Intermediate department, has been offered a position as teacher of the sixth grade in Conrad, Montana, at $90 a month.

Mr. Cook of the state department of education visited school here Tuesday morning.

Miss Eva Wegner has been absent from school for a few days, owing to the cold weather.

Miss Leona Downer was taken tot eh Marshfield Hospital Sunday night for an operation for appendicitis.

The following are the pupils of the high school who received an average of 90 or more during the past six weeks: Nora Davis, Lydia Neinas, Myrle Lee and Wallace Rausch.



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