Clipped From Woodland Daily Democrat
VETERANS OUT FOR PLACE ON HI HOOP TEAM Basketball ;s the drawing card at High school since the grid togs have been discarded until next season. The boys who did so well on the football! field are striving for positions on the basketball team. Prospects are bright for the coming season as Leo Cossman has three lettermen from last year's "A" team and several stars from last year's classy "B" team. Next Friday the locals will travel to Dixon for a practice game in which j the local coach will get his first i glimpse of his newly formed five in action. The following boys have survived the early season cut and n v.ui.. ft,n "A" sninrl - 1 Bennett Beeman, Buckles, Coons. E. j Doering, A. Doering, Eddy, Given, , Kramer' LeCornec, Larrson, Ness,, Ostrand'er, Sasabuchi and' Rada - ' makcr The "B" team trives promise of de - j vplnninf into a fast little aforega - l tion as most of last vear's "C" team ' is back and several new year recruits i are working - for assignments. The "B" ! team will play the same schedule as the unlimiteds this year so the local fans will sret a few more peeks at! the middle weights than they had in past seasons. The following Doys are our ioi tne d u.am. n.ui - tpr Krnns - tnrr . .SnavolV. Kimcrer.i Jull. HoUinesworth. Mumma, 3lc - Kinnon, Diggs, Pierce, Orrick, Milsap, 1 Pujol and "Wilkes. The "C" team of this season will be the same as all the preceding "C" teams, inexperienced. Due to the fact that they do not start playing in the league until the last half a few prac - tice games should rub off the rough edges. The "C" men are as follows: Nonaka. Cranston. Proctor, Brown, Motta, Lamoree, Baird, Hatcher, Fitzgerald, Germeshauscn and Adams.