Clipped From The Star Press
waa taken. YORKTOWN TIGERS Player Ht. Dick Reed 5-10 Charlrs Swander .. S-1H Sm Morrison 5-8'4 Merle Gninn 6-IMi RIU Hnfherr 5-10Vi Joe Hensley -0 Owen Stark 5-9 Bob Haisley 6-1 Sonny Martin .... 5-4t Bob Swander S-10 Jim Faulkner 6-0 Wt. 11 lfi. ISO 141 l til 2J5 145 175 127 147 ISO ClaM Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Soph. Soph. By ED SATTERFIELD Ineligibility may hamper early season movements of the Yorktown Tigers but thereafter the Mt. Pleasant Townshippers are likely to make It interesting for all comers. "The trouble is, we are going to have to play teams like Burris and Royerton without one or two of our better players," lamented Ralph Bushey, the new coach at York-t own. 'Bones' Guinn Back Two or three of the boys are low men on the scholastic totem pole and this matter has to be attended to before official permission can be granted to throw the ball through the iron ring. Gloom was thicker than a London ..Scvn "Rill VTnfhorr .Tim T'aillknpr I and Guinn. In addition, Mike Drayer, 5-8 senior, moved in during the offseason from Roll High School, where he was a regular last season. In order to expedite the matter of conditioning a gymnasium full of athletes, Coach Bushey has divided the squad into two groups. The younger boys sophomores and freshmen work out after school. The varsity candidates report about 6 o'clock. Bushey is one busy young man these fall afternoons, because he is the sole boss in the athletic depart ment. The former Muncie Central High School student coaches both the regulars and reserves. Walter L. Stephenson continues as coach of grade school athletics Practically the entire varsity ros ter has some first team experience last year. But the main problem confronting Bushey at this early tage is how to apportion his forces while men he had been counting on for front-line service "recuperate" in the department of grades. Morris, C. Swander and Reed are three-year men and will give the a "backbone" for the cam II 3S RALPH BUSHEY coached last year at Gaston High School and moved into Yorktown wnen May went to uowan as principal. He is no stranger in county- coaching ranks. The Yorktown schedule: 2 (Marlon).