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Page 76 text:
The Benson freshmen football
team was one of the largest teams
in the state. They numbered nearly
100. In order to accommodate such
a large group of football enthusiasts,
the frosh were divided into two
teams, the blue team and the orange
The blue team enjoyed a 4-2-1
season. Tailback John Beal led the
team on offense with Don Garrison
at fullback and Maury Fallett handled RIGHT: Coaches Vingelen, Burch, Simmons and McNeil.
quarterback duties. Up front, the line
was anchored by guard Mike Archard.
The frosh orange team had a per-
fect 6-O season. The defense was
very stingy as their opponents could
only manage 10 points all season.
TOP RIGHT: S.Ergen thumps another extra point.
TOP RIGHT: S.Ergen thumps another extra
point. RIGHT: Coaches Vingelen, Burch,
Simmons and McNeil.
FIRST ROW: D.Manser, C.Bowman, J.Winters, N.MaIIow, G.Thomas, J.Thomas, J.Ferrarin, T.Weber, C.
Washington, C.IVlyrick, B.Bochman, C.Ross, C.Stevens, S,MaIIory, D.Garrison, T.Hyricw, R.Braden, SECOND
ROW: T.Dicie, G.BerordlneIli, C.Ross, L.Kordoski, M.NIcIIIwain, T.Schneider, C.Peterson, B.Tebo, B.Hart, J.
Perry, R.Graham, T.IVIaldinado, M.Archerd, M.LaFoIIette, T.Petrie, A.Hennifin, T.Davis, THIRD ROW: T
Shotsal, G.Lappin, T.Carrier, T.Tadfer, D.Hoopes, K.CouIter, G.Zimmerman, K.Gibson. S.Anderson, W.Huse-
man, L.I3onogaski, G.Peterson, S.Dixon, C.WaIIishimada, D.Savoy, FOUR ROW: T.Gould, E.Lindsey, R.BelI
D.Foster, D.DibIey, J.MiIIer, T.Spooner, M.Hasse, R.CampbelI, R.BraziI, T.Edwards, B.Johnson, D.Busacker,
S.Ergena, C.Branch, J.AIlen. FIFTH ROW: K.Dean, W.Hurt, J.Dixson, V.Green, A.Moore, C.Franz, S.WiIliams,
R.Lee, D.Richardson, K.CassineIIi, P.Leonig, J.BeaI, A.Pederson, G.Darko, M.GerIiger, S.Burnside.
Page 75 text:
The J.V. football team ended their
season with four wins and four
losses. Togetherness was the big
problem that kept the J.V.'s from
sporting a better record. This and
injuries hindered the success of the
The team's running attack was
lead by fleet-footed tailback Howard
Moore and powerful fullback Norm
Hunter. The J.V.'s averaged over two
hundred yards per game in total
offense. Benson's strong defense
was lead by hard hitting linebackers
Mike DeBennedetti and Bruce Nishi-
An alert defensive backfield of
Bill Floyd, Steve Linn, Joe McCoy,
and Dave Alberti kept the opposing
quarterbacks on their toes.
Norm Hunter explodes through the line for
another gain. Mac McCall sets to pass as
Norm Hunter prepares to block.
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This year's swim team experienced, a win-
ning season, winning four meets and losing
two. They lost their first two meets of the
season to Lincoln and top rated Wilson.
The first Tech victim was Jackson, 43 to
34. The next three meets were won by large
margins as the Tech men swam to a 64 to 13
win over Washington, a 63 to 8 splashing of
Jefferson, and a 52 to 11 drowning of Roose-
Tech's top swimmers were Clark Luse, Jeff
Luse and Jim Fleming. Fleming, the team
captain, was voted the most valuable
swimmer by his teammates.
On the whole, Benson's swim team had a
UPPER LEFT: Clark Luse shows his top notch
butterfly form. LOWER LEFT: Jeff Luse and
Jim Fleming show exuberant faces after
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