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Page 29 text:
The ways of a champion are not always easy. Long hard battles
must be fought, and many teams must be beaten. Perhaps o coach
suffers more mental strain than anyone on the team. The tension
ofthe game is vividly reflected on the face of coach Jack Hudnut
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Undoubtly, too, the player feels the responsibility laid on his
shoulders. It is iust this responsibility that pushes him down the
field in an all-out effort to score the winning points. The entire
team worlcs to make this run countg and it did, for Paul John Bush
finished this dash in the end zone for o winning touchdown.
Never in the history of high school football has Grty student body
been as proud of their football team as we are of ours. Our boys
have brought to Bentley its first football trophy. Now we can for-
get the moments of tension and doubt. FOR WE ARE NOW THE
Page 28 text:
TOP ROW- Mr. David Amerman, Dave Waite, Don Tartoni, Andy Pool, Mike Barents, Douglas Shailor, Dick
Albrecht, Jack Hunt, Tom Parson, Mr. Peter Kokenalces. SECOND ROW- Stewart Papineau, Ron Grana, .lim
Godfrey, David Wendt, Ed Pringlemier, Bill Fedus, Tony Petrilli, Rocky Whitehead, .lon Moore, Paul Vaupel,
Robin Clair. THIRD ROW- .lim Brandon, Dick Swanson, Don Smith, Jerold Neff, Larry Herbert, Orval Nutt, Ken
RESERVE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
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l5 Redford Union
T2 Allen Park
The career of a football player usually begins on the reserve team After he
has gained experience, the player becomes part of the varsity squad. Here John
Champ puts into good practice some of the fundamentals he has learned from the
The reserve football 'earn had a fine
season this year, starting fhree svaight
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Plymouth Rocks. The learn scored one
"Wore victory by deieevng Belleville oef
:ve :losing out the season on a sou'
note, a loss to lrervon 'Mijn school 5 re'
Tnere were nnafy excer exif gzrcsoeos
for next year 5 vars"y' and QA rn 'ne nelo
of fhese boys, who afe learning the trade
'ne hard way, time l957 'een' should lie
rr ine shame.
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