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Athletic Association The Athletic Association in Kewaunee High School, organized a few years ago, is composed of nearly all the students in high school. At the beginning of the school year a meeting was held at which the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President ----------------Meryle Kieweg Vice-President ------------- Edward Schultz Secretary -----------------Lenore Masse Treasurer ----------------- Stanley Kuich Door Keepers ----------------John Cmejla Mabei Wochos A campaign was held for the purpose of getting members for the assoc'ation. The president appointed a committee from each class to get students to jo'n. The campaign was successful and each class reported piactically a 10% membership. Ti e studen4 s as well as the athletes derived benefits from the asscc'a- tions. The members were charged less then the general fee for admission to the various athletic games. The mecney received fron tlhe grames and the membership dues of the assceciation was used to pay for the athletic supplies and the expenses of tlbe various games. The asseciation las been a succcss in the past, and we hope it will continue to be succecsfl in the future. Prospects for 1921-1922 The prospects for the athletic teams of 1921-1922 are very bright, but we will greatly miss the services of O'Konski, Stangel, and Schultz, who will graduate this year. As a nucleus to develop a team from, there will be sixteen men left from the 1920 squad, namely; Teske, Allen, Kuich, Matulewitz, Waterstreet, Elmer Kuehl, Giese, Earl Kuehl, Dvorak, Camp- bell, Tirner, Schuller, Chada, Petrie, and Marvin Besserdich. In addition to these, there will be a group of promising Freshmen and Sophomores to fight for places on the team. We should, with proper coaching, develop one of the best football teams this High School has ever had.
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