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FOOTBALL VARSITY SCHEDULE
We Opp. We Opp
is Sept. 17 26 Plainfield 0 Oct. 13 25 Portland 6
ii Sept. 21 13 Delphi 6 :5Oct. 15 7 Hartford City 6
Sept. 24 6 Plymouth 2 8 Oct. 2 0 6 Winchester 7
:I Oct. 1 19 Noblesville 6 :P Oct. 29 40 Tipton 0
:P Oct. 8 39 Greenfield 0 Nov. 5 6 Elwood 13
FRED ALDRIDGE-won his letter at the left end position in his first year on
the squad . . . BOB ANKRUM, QUARTERBACK-a regular for three years except
for a few games he missed because of an operation in his Junior year . . . FARIS
BOSTON, GUARD-always a hard man to move on defense or offense, all-conference
third team . . . ELMER BEESON-heavy, left defense tackle, a boy who could really
take it . . . KENNETH FRAZIER-speedy left guard, scored the first touchdown of
the season . . . JOE GOLDEN-alternated at quarterback and left half, worked well
Wherever he played. Injuries kept him out of the last two games . . . ARMITTE
GOSNELL--a consistent ground gainer, one of the team's leading scorers. Made all-
conference third team . . . BILL GRANGER-speedy left half, was always a good
target for passers . . . BILL KING-big right end who saw more action than any other
Tiger player . . . HUBERT PATZ-big rough tackle, placed on all-conference third
team his Junior year . . . JIM PIERCE-handled the regular pivot spot for the Tigers
for two years. Good pass defender . . . BILL ROHN-defensive tackle, opposing half-
backs felt it when tackled by him . . . EUGENE STREET-offensive left guard and
defensive line backer, always a thorn in the side of opposing players . . . JACK
STEVENS-Jack won his letter in his first year out at right end . . . HAROLD
THOMPSON-rugged left end, the spirit of the team . . .CAPT. GALE WILLIAMS
-key defensive player but saw enough offensive action to be the team's leading
scorer . . . PHIL YOUNG-rough and ready-to-go tackle, a regular for three years.
Front row - Locke, Peck, Williams, Wehsollek Cmanagerj, Starr, Wood.
Second row - Alexander, Musick, Baker, Morgan, Stevens, Sigler.
Back row -- Buckles, Mack Cmanagerj, B. Frazier, Hughes, McGill, Mesalem, Coach Frazier,
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Top row - King, Young, Ankrum, Golden, Pierce.
Second row - Aldridge, Stevens, Thompson, E. Street, Gosnell.
Third row -- Frazier. Haron. M. Street, Williams. Boston.
Bottom row - Beeson, Rohn, Breese, Howe, Patz, Granger.
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Standing - Tilley, Golden, Gosnell, Haron, Thompson, Aldridge, Young, Bowers, Street,
Kneeling -- Davis Cmanagerj.
The pressure was on Don Dick and his Tigers as they opened the season in defense of the con-
ference championship, which they won last year. Only one member of last year's first five returned but
four others who had been on the varsity two previous years were back. Even though they failed to re-
peat as conference champs they made a good account of themselves wherever they played and no one
defeated them without putting up a stiff battle. One of the most exciting games this year was the
Huntington fracas when the Tigers made a great comeback in the last half only to be edged out
in the last few seconds.
The season was up and down with the Bengals not winning nor losing more than two games in a
row. They finished with a record of 9 and 9 in scheduled play, 1 and 1 in an invitational tourna-
ment at Bloomington, and lost the first game of the sectional to Summitville, the eventual champions.
Coach Dick awarded letters to Seniors: Fred Aldridge, Joe Golden, Armitte Gosnell, Harold
Thompson, and Phil Youngg Juniors: Jay Ringer, Merl Street, John Haron, and Jack Bowersg Sophomore:
They We They
Nov. Royerton 32 Jan. Monticello 43 42
Frankton 3 8 Dunkirk 41 49
Plymouth 37 Noblesville 43 33
Winchester 48 Burris of Muncie 40 5 3
Dec. Tipton 46 Summitville 44 41
Mississenewa 34 Fe Hartford City 40 41
Elwood 43 Fairmount 39 40
Huntington 46 Elwood 5 2 45
Hagerstown 2 5 Wabash 40 63
Lawrenceburg 47 Summitville 40 49
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