The Evening Independent from Massillon, Ohio on September 3, 1971 · Page 39
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THE EVENING INDEPENDENT. MASSILLON. OHIO Connie Haueiistein again leads twirlers FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1971 THIRTY-NINE P ?-J ^ ! " ««5-•*.,_* *:7^«t VS. ' / % « t MARCHING BULLDOGS — The Dalton high students who comprise the "Marching Bulldogs" for 1971-72 are: ROW ONE (from left): Shari Taylor, Janie Sprunger, Sue Tschantz, Shelley Sohar, Mike Smith, Bruce Robart, Suzy Gerber, Sheila Venables, Cathy Borton, Caithy Troyer, Marta Hofacre, Mel Nussbaum, Bonnie Miller. ROW TWO: Barb Lowe, Susan Streb, Norma Hochstetler, Ginny Moser, Denise Merriman, Debbie Moser, Rhonda Badertscher, Sharon Rudy, Geri Douglas, Dianne Hess, Bonnie Santmyer, Sheree Rossiter, Maria Arney, Ed Merkle. ROW THREE: Elvra Fieni, Debbie Martie, Diane Merriman, Louise Lawrence, Karen Rudy, Karen Hartz, Janey Schumacher, Robin Kerr, Susan Mutchler, Robyn Berg, Connie Saurer, Lori McFarren, Cindy Board, Lillie Short. ROW FOUR: Norman Sohar, Mark Kirby, Mark Streb, Jeanelle Stockham, Cindy Venables, Linda Calame, Gaye Myers, Barb Miller, Becky Moyer, Holly Renner, Debra Masters, Paula Keller. ROW FIVE: Linda McCullough, Bonnie Wald, Gloria Nickles, Connie Hauenstein, Sheila Mast, Nancy Roach, Lynn Stockham. Dalton musicians in precision drill shows Precision drill again will be the feature attraction of the Dalton high school marching band halftime performances this autumn. This year's unit totals 77 marchers — 70 musicians and seven majorettes. The 1971-72 band is comparable to the size of last year's marchers. * * * CHARLES MORTON is in his fifth year as director. He is a university of Akron graduate. Connie Hauenstein is back as the Dalton high school march- ing band's head majorette. This is her third school year as a twirler. Connie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hauenstein of| RD 2, Dalton. She is a four-year member of the DHS concert and marching bands. Connie also ,is active in 4-H club. Her senior classmate major- ton, and Bonnie Wald, whoselmarching and concert bands, parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph too. ettes are Sheila Mast, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mast of RD 2, Dalton; Gloria Nickles, Wald of 302 W. Main st, Dalton. * * * THIS IS Miss Mast's third year as a majorette. She also is a four-year concert and marching band member. She is a Na- Miss Wald is a second-year majorette. This also is her fourth year in the marching and concert bands. Completing the twirling corps are juniors Lynn Stockham and tional Honor Society student; Nancy Roach, two-year major- and is active in Future Teachers of America, sings in the high school chorus" and is a 4-H club member. Miss Nickles also is a third-j is active in the DHS speech and, is a member of the Library and!and Mrs. Don Roach of South drama club, the library clubjHealth Careers club and is a 1st, Dalton, also is a three-year concert and marching band and FTA. This also marks Miss McCullough's third year in the con- Future Homemaker of America. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. William McCullough of 327 W. Main st, Dalton. cert and marching bands. She! Miss Roach, daughter of Mr. member. 'Her school activities include PTA, speech and drama and Health Careers membership. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John'year twirler. She is in her Nickles of 245 W. Main st, Dal-j fourth year as a member of the ettes, and newcomers Linda McCullough. Miss Stockham, daughter, ofj Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sword of 512 E. Main st, Dalton, is in her third season as a marching anc concert band member. She also Lettermen in WCL Jeff Kachmar, 5-9, 155, 11. Running backs — Jeff Frank, 5-10, 163, 12; Phil Siders. 5-11, 170, 12. Northtvestern TWO-YEAR End—John Fair, 8-0. 185, 12. TWO-YEAK End — Lee Rossiter, 6-1. 175. 12. Guard—Leon Hilty. 5-8. 155. 12. Quarterback—Larry Hahn, 5-11, 180, 11. Fullback—Steve Ickes. 5-10, 195, 12.' Fullback — Jeff Zuercher, 5-9, 190, ONE-YEAR 111 End—Dan Smith, 6-0. 150. 11. Tackles—Tim Curtiss, 6-2. 217, 11; Tim Lyttle, 6-3. 180, 11. Guards—Tom Franks. 5-9, 160, 11; Brian Siddall. 5-10, 165, 12; Bill Lo- ONE-YEAR Ends—Ron Hiner, 6-0, 167, 11; Lee Rossiter, 6-0. 165. 12. Tackles—Jack Davis, 5-11. 215. 10; Art Yeaman. 5-9, 175, 12: Doug Man- zier, 5-9, 165. 11. Center—Mike Stutz, 5-10. 200. 12. Quarterbacks — Keith Kline. 5-10, i Guards — Jeff Koontz. 5-6, 150, 11; 155, 12; Randy Yoder, 5-11. 150, 11; Jamey Matheny, 5-8. 160. 11. ley, 5-10, 177, 11; Jeff Reinerts, 6-1, 228. 11. Waynedale ONE-YEAR End—Ron Sands, 6-0. 160, 12. Tackle—Mark Amstutz. 6-3, 180, 11. Guards—Larry Gopp. 5-8. 155. 12; Mike Buss, 5-8, 155, 12; Jim Hershberger. 5-9. 162. 12. Quarterback — Dan Marthey. 8-4, Centers—Frank Pcdrozo. 5-11, 165, 12: Jim Moser, 5-9, 169, 11. Halfbacks—John Merriman, 5-8. 160, ]10: Norm Geiser. 5-11. 154. 11. 5-8, 155, 12. Defensive Halfback — Phil Young, 5-8, 160, 11. Smithville TWO-YEAR Quarterback — Bob Beichler. 6-0, 160, 12. Halfback — Tom Moomaw. 5-8, 170, 12. ONE-TEAK Ends — Bob Cairnie. 6-2, 180, 12; Joe Kirk, 6-1. 179. 12. Tackle—Bob Bothel. 5-10, 205, 12. Guards—Chuck Ogle, 5-11. 175, 12; Dave Good. 5-11, 215, 10. Center—Tom Lance. 6-0, 185, 12. Halfbacks—Jay Keating. 5-11, 165, 11; Mark Blackwell, 5-9, 150, 12; Tim Fullback—Co-Captain John Hostet-, Shisler, 5-9. 155, 12. iler. 5-10, 164, 12. Nonvayne TWO-YEAR Ends—John Stanford, 6-0. 175. 12; Mike Faught, 5-10, 170, 12. Tackle—Dale Bauman. 6-2. 190, 12. Center—Tri-Captain Wayne Beery, 5-10. 185. 12. 75 12 Halfback—Craig Hewitt, 5-11, 180,1 Halfback — Tri-Captain Dan Jac- 2. |qu«t, 5-8, 135, 12. Fullback— John Hofacre. 5-10. 168, j „ _, 1 °- < f, E ' YEA - R , „ ,„„ ,, 2. ndRon Wellman. o-10 150 11 . ^inebacker-Marty Miller. 5-0. 160. Russ Mathys. 5-10, 240. 12. Guards— Bernie Hilty, 5-10, 180, 12; Hillsdale Rittman O.VE-YEAR End—Jim Wenger, S-10. 175. 11. Tackles—Rick Shreve. 5-10, 220, 12; Jim Brown. 5-10. 190. 12. Guard—Mike Holland, 5-10. 170, 12. Quarterback—Dave Clay, 5-10, 160, Halfbacks — Larry Marks, 5-8, 145, 112; Ron Yoss, 5-8. 145, 11. ~ "' ' Mark Hism. 5-10, 180, 5-9. 160, 11. CHARLES MORTON Les Donley, 5-10. 190, 11. Quarterback — Dan Hess. 5-10, 140, TWO-TEAR : 11. Centers— Bob Shearer. 5-8, 172. 12: j Halfback— Tom Pertee, 5-7. 145, 12. Dave Hoover. 6-1. 205, 12. i Fullback— Hugh Hurd, 6-2, 189, 11. Guards— Kenrick Smith. 5-9, 180. 12; Jerry Hart, 5-10, 156, 12. Doylestown ONE-YEAR TWO-YEAE Tackles— Allan Metcalf, 6-0. 164. 12: End— Gary Shuman, 6-0, 175. 12. Darrel Rowland, 6-0, 1B4, 11; Joel Guard— Bob Marshall. 5-10. 175, 12. Obrecht, 6-1, 175, 11. Quarterback — Frank Pavkov, 6-0, Guards — Ron Morehouse, 5-9, 160, ! 165. 12. 12; Jeff Banks, 5-9. 155. 11. | Halfback — Mike Stevens, 5-8, 160, Halfbacks — Dan Bishop, 5-10, 152, 12. 12; Ken Galliher, 5-9, 147, 11. i Fullback— Dennis Busson, 5-10, 1T», Fullbacks Tom Les Zikes of Chicago is the only man to share in all four gold medals in a Federation In- ternationale des Quilleurs (FIQ) bowling tournament. In 1964 in American zone play in Venezuela, he won the 26 game all events 'and was a member of the winning U.S. six, five and two man teams. DALTON MAJORETTES—Comprising the Dalton high twirling troupe for 1971-72 are: ROW ONE (from left): Linda Mc- Cullough, Connie Hauenstein, Lynn Stockham. ROW TWO: Nancy Roach, Gloria Nickles, Sheila Mast, Bonnie Wald. Dalton THREE-YEAR , Halfback — Co-Captain Dave BIos- jser, 5-11, 183, 12. ONE-YEAR End — Dave Williams, I Defensive 6-2, 185, 12. Defensive Tackle— Mark Van Horn, 6-3, 205, 11. Offensive Tackle — Fred Langguth, In the prime-time department, Baltimore and Kansas City lead the AFC with, two scheduled appearances. Baltimore will face Minnesota at Minnesota, Oct. 25, and will entertain Los Angeles Nov. 8 Kansas City is at home to Pittsburgh Oct. 18 and will appear at San Francisco Dec. 6. OUR WISHES FOR A GREAT SEASON ARE EXTENDED TO THE BULLDOGS. DALTON HARDWARE FOR CONVENIENCE, QUALITY, & SELECTION PH 828-2222 LET'S GET ON TOP, BULLDOGS and STAY ON TOP! DICK WERTZ SERVICE FLEETWING PRODUCTS, BATTERIES, TIRES DALTCN BEST WISHES, BULLDOGS FOR A SUCCESSFUL SEASON M & M OIL CO* FARM and HOME FUEL OIL and GAS DELIVERY DIAL 828-2771 DALTON CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR DALTON BULLDOGS from J. HORST MANUFACTURING CO. JOBBING SHOP E. MAIN ST. DALTON GOOD LUCK, BULLDOGS From Your Local Grain and Feed Terminal DALTON EQUITY, INC. E. MAIN ST., DALTON DIAL 828-2276 Our Best Wishes to the DALTON BULLDOGS ADAMS LUMBER CO. DALTON, OHD YELL FOR BULLDOGS — Dalton high's varsity cheerleaders for 1971-72 are: LEFT (from top): Jackie Shane, Billie Crofut, Janelle Stockham. CENTER: Gail Speck, Jan Riffe, Janice Hunter, Gina Burkhead. RIGHT: Amy Gerber. Pat Amstutz, j Cindy Venables. SANTMYER SERVICE Distributor of Gulf Oil Products Fuel Oil and Farm Deliveries Tires, Batteries, Tune-ups DIAL 828-9504 DALTON DIAL 1.262-6501 WOOSTER WE'RE PULLING FOR YOU, BULLDOGS! POWER LIFT GATES, HOISTS, REFRIGERATING EQUIPMENT -:- CUSTOM BUILT Neiss Body & Equipment Corp. DALTON, OHIO TRUCK AND TRAILER BODIES Repairing & Repainting PH. 828-24W FOLLOW ME TO WATCH A WINNER! GO BULLDOGS! BERG'S IGA FOODIMR DALTON, OHIO

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