St. Joseph's Track Team - Jim and Leroy Baker
| F|VE VETERANS OUT FOR TRACK Eighteen Newcomers Tell Coach Kant They Are Ml Candidates Five Veterans and 18 new candidates candidates enrolled for tia<k competition competition under th** colors of St. Joseph’s high school yesterday. Coach Carl Kant told his paro- chlals that they will have afternoon afternoon workouts in Ronifas Memorial Memorial gvtn all this week, shifting out to the stadium next week. Both St. Joe's and Escanaha high will practice at the stadium next week. The Veterans The experienced track and field men who reported yesterday were Leroy Baker, broad Jump, high jump and 440-yard run: Francis Feldhausen. 220-yard dash. 880 and 44 n relays; Roy Knauf, put; Jim Baker, the 2 20, the hitrdb and the SSO and 4 4 0 1 e- ( lavs: and Walter Klug, the half-j mile. Among the missing was Joel Young compact little specialist ill I the 1 no and 220 sprints, the vault and relay competition and reports were that Young might not go out for 1 rack this spring. New candidates were Clinton 1 Maiehger. Lester Marenger. Art Casey, Kerwin Bartel. Flmer Walker, John Meier, John Golo- hack. Tom Harris, Jack Flanders, Charles Beauchamp. Edward Blair. Ronald Vanlerberghe, Donald Donald lleric, Clarence Needham, George Koster. Robert Dltfour, John Crnich and Dow Stacy.