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THE SALE MITE
Tie Is Result
Of 1st Game
by Clinky Clinkscales
“Come on Seniors, tackle ’em!”
shouted the senior supporters from
the sidelines of the hockey field on
Thursday a week ago. Their cries
were answered only by the fresh
men screaming out with loud and
vigorous voices, “Fight, team, fight”.
Well, the seniors tackled and tack
led, and the freshmen fought and
fought. But, after all that expen
diture of energy, the first hockey
game ended with a 0-0 tie.
The game itself was evenly
matched, as the results show. Each
team took turns charging down to
his opponents goal, only to chase
the ball back again when the goalie
gave it a powerful drive.
All of the girls on both teams
played exceptionally well. , Out
standing on the senior team were
Ruth Lenkoski, Beverly Johnson,
and Helen Kessler, who put up an
extra hard fight against the fresh
men. On the latter team, girls that
deserve a special “pat on the back”
were Adrienne McCutcheon, Pat
Ripple,. Sallie Knight, and Coatsie
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Over 250 Dollars
Approximately two-hundred and
fifty dollars have been colected dur
ing the first week and a half of
the W. S. S. F. Drive on the Salem
College campus. Mary Lib Wea
ver, chairman of the drive, has an
nounced that students will have
further opportunity to contribute
to the fund.
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