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Maurloe Severson,N1llard Anderson,Harold Handler Carleton
Johnson, John Sonnelder, Mr. Glesne, Donald Sass,Eugene
Flnkelson, Paul Erle, Archie Hanson, Byron Lewlson.
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At the beginning of the football season, Coach Glesne
was faced with the task of building a six-man football
team out of a group of boys,all of whom were inexperienced
in the six-man game.
Out of seven games,Adams won three and tied one. Rose
Creek seemed to be the stumbling block this year. The Oct-
ober 5l game with the Creekers was the year's most sloppy
and muddy football dey. The rain was pouring down all
through the game. The Adams line was lighter, and, as a
result,was pushed around some. The October 4 game with St.
Ansgar was the only night game. The score was a tie, being
6-6. The last game, our traditional November ll game with
LeRoy, was played on the LeRoy gridiron. The first half of
the game was played with nine men, and the last half with
six men: because LeRoy played eleven-man football.
The co-captains were Benjamin Winkels and Carleton
Johnson. Those graduating this year are: Benjamin Winkeld
Carleton Johnson, Gerald Krebsback, John Schneider,and Paul
The homecoming game was played on October 24, with
Emmons. There were quite a few alumni there to support the
For their first year of this new kind of football,the
squad did commendable work. Coach Glesne deserves a vote
of praise in working the team up to the degree of success
that they had. Next year, we hope that the experience of
the team, added to their determination, will better our re
Rose Creek 24
Elkton I 6
Emmons ' O
Rose Creek 54
Le Roy 58
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Last November, only one regular and two others who
were lettermen returned to take up the purple and gold.
During the season, we found several underclassmen achiev-
ing recognition on the first team.
On December fifth, Coach Glesne and his team went to
Hayfield for the opening game of the season.The first half
was made very exciting by the fact that the lead kept
hands. By the end of the same, however, the 'Fieldersn had
run up 36 points to AdamsY3O.
December ninth, we witnessed the first home game a-
gainst Lyle, only tc be defeated 28 to 40.
The next game was played at LeRoy. Our boys got off
to a good start,but were forced to give up the lead in the
second quarter. The ending score was 19 to 58 in favor of
On December sixteenth, the Adams squad ventured to
Rose Creek, to be overcome by a score of 56 to 15, after
putting a stiff fight.
On January ninth, after a three week's vacation, the
team metered to Spring Valley. The Adams squad played a
hard fought game,hold1ng the Valley team to 23 points, and
January sixteenth found Elkton coming here, to be de-
feated to the tune of 40-26. Our team took the offensive
during the entire game.
The Adams squad'y1e1tcd'Grand Meadow on Januaryytwenty-
third. Grand Meadow found Adams a stiff opponent, but were
able to defeat us 51 to 46.
The next game on the 1ist,in my opinion, was the most
exciting one of the season. It was a dark outlook, with
three regularsn expelled, to be facing the strong Rose
Creek squad. It was thrilling to find Adams holding the
lead all the way,until the last quarter,when the opponents
gained a one point lead, ending the game.
The next game was played with Ellendale,there on Jan-
uary thirtieth. It was a hard fought game, but our squad
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