VERNON, MANAGERBLAIR, COACH
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weeks before the next game with Concord. During this period
the team had the misfortune of having one of its players, Good-
loe, taken to the hospital for an operation. On the afternoon
of February 21 the game with Concord was played. It was rather
slow but our girls showed that they could play ball anyway, by
winning with a four point margin, score 18-14.

    Encouraged with this, the first real victory of
the season, our Turkey Hens strutted over to Marion and played
a fast and cocky game to win with a score of 25-14.

    The last game of the season was played on the
home court with Marion. The first half of the game was close,
but the co-eds came back on the floor with vim and pep which
enabled them to again be victors over Marion with an 18-10
score. Good teamwork was an outstanding feature of the co-eds'
playing.

    The team has played good, peppy basketball all
season, evidence of which ahs been shown by the excellent sup-
port given them by the co-eds and toe corps. Much credit and
praise must go to Coach Blair who has worked under much diffi-
culty and self denial to develop the team for which we are all
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