Clipped From The Escanaba Daily Press
Coaches Prospects Schedules Faust FVrrarea, on*» of the greatest all around athletes produced produced at the "Gold Coast” school, I«ike Forest College, will bring ;i veteran and highly rated Iron Mountain basketball team to Kscan.a ha tomorrow evening. Ferzacca, is coaching his third season at his alma mater. Twenty-seven Twenty-seven years of age, he was graduated from Iron Mountain high school In 1 ï> 2 ♦» after a brilliant brilliant athletic careef. lie attended I ,ake Forest where he won letters letters In football, basketball, baseball baseball and track under Coaches Ralph Jones and Ira McIntosh. Jones, incidentally, Is former coach of the Chicago Hears. Aft- «•r his remarkable college career ended with graduation In 1931, Ferzacca returned to Iron Mountain Mountain where he began coaching in 1 !>33. His basketball team last vear developed fast during th‘* season and won ten Rames while losing live. They copped the district district championship but lost in the yini finals of the regional to the M.rilliant Ironwood team. Greeting Ferzacca this year at the opening of prnctlco were no less than six lettermen of that tram. In addition ho has some good reserve material and hi newcomers have also showed promise. The veterans of last year are Romeo Perron. Earl Stolberg, Douglas Anderson, Arnold Arnold Fioranl, Ewald Johnson and Kdwln Sandercock. Two reserves who have moved up are George lluguet and Elmer Duvall while three of his most promising newcomers newcomers are Jame« Antonelli, Ern* Ern* t Clemo and William Johnson. The Mountaineers were slightly slightly off key in their opening engagement engagement against their old mentor. mentor. Lars Thune, at Marinette, !ind lost by a couple of points. In daunted, however, they are coming right hack with a vowed vengeance to mark up a victory over the E kymos here Friday n ip ht. Fans who witness the game may be expected to see a nice exhibition of basketball.