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"Lemme at 'em " says Don Smith as he at-
tempts to push aside the Dearborn ollense.
Jim Carmichael, behind Don, and Jim Saur,
tackling the Dearborn ball carrier, also aided
Dedicated Varsity Bulldogs worked hard, had so-so season
Jim Carmichael reached high for
a pass as a Belleville Tige
pared to tackle him.
Gary Kleinow blocked for Jerry Jordan, who
had just caught a pass. Ron Mitchell and Jim
Sour were in the background. The Bulldogs
defeated Dearborn 19-6.
Coaches Bob Bentley and Jack Hudnut con-
ferred with co-captain John Champe during
a time out.
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dirt, ,suffered a muddy loss to Plymoutlfs Rocks, tapered off
Co-captain John Champe made yardage
against a determined Allen Park defender,
Victory-hungry Bulldogs opened the season against an even
hungrier Farmington team and were humiliated, 28-0. The
following week a trip to Belleville also proved fruitless, but less
so, as. the Green-and-White were, trounced I4-0 in the league
opener. Against Trenton in the next league tilt, quarterback Don
Smith pranced across the goal-line to give Bentley its first score
in ll quarters and to eam a well-deserved 6-6 tie. Sagging spirits
which followed a 21-6 loss to Redford Union were revived as
the Bulldogs soundly defeated Allen Park, I8-l3, for their first
league victory and a tremendous moral boost. The team, a little
more confident, invaded arch-rival Plymouth, but were cheated by
the stalwart Rocks 2l-19. The glory of the Green-and-White then
came into its own as a blood-thirsty Dearborn team invaded the
l'lallowe'en magic of Homecoming, but were sent home with
their tails between their legs, victims of a smashing l9-6 defeat.
A more-deserving Bulldog victory was never earned. High-flying
Southfield handed the boys their final taste of defeat, however,
45-7, to end a rather erratic season.
as the Bulldogs earned their flrst victory ol Thar. T vldwy 'mn' l l Tun
'he .mmm ing. Even though he sprained h e
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against Allen Park, he hurried ti J h
Charnpe to congratulate their te
a ll-I3 triumph.
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Dennls Snarey sophomore back earned the pvgskm tor Alan Petrucelh U91 was vlctlm of a head
a nice gum on an end run play agalnst Bellevllle Also over heels tackle but the Bulldo9 RGSBYVGS
pnctured are Denms Nlemu C221 Ken Welgle 1431 and defeated the Tl9e's ""'Yh0W
Lee Deschamps 1171
Reserve grrdders found that effort and sprrrt pay drvrdends
Bulldog Reserves, boastmg a new, mostly sophomore
team, lacked the expernence necessary to make them
outstandmg, but proved they could do much wnth
what they had Coached by Mr Peter Kokenakes and
Mr George Fefles the boys nmproved last years
record to flmsh the season wnth three wms, four losses
and one tue
Paradoxncal hnghs and lows marked the season as the
boys swamped Redford Umon 63 O, only to be stunned
themselves by Umversuty Hugh of Ann Arbor, 51 O
Vuctornes over Bellevulle and Southfield defeats by
Trenton, Allen Park and Plymouth and a ll all te
wlth Dearborn rounded out the season Reserve grad
ders proved worthy and gained worlds of experuence
Many of them will see varsuty actuon In the next year
or two, whnch all goes to prove what the players them
selves mauntam Wnthout reserve rehearsal, the varsnty
could not functnon
RESERVE FOOTBALL lMr Fetles backfield coach Mr Kokenakes
Inne coach1 Front row left to nght Charles Kellogg Paul Toupln
Swen Larsen Ruchard Kelly Dean Fortun Jam Slusser John Hawluns
Dennls Snarey Ron Omar Alan Petrucelln Second row Glen Gus
tafson Larry Chulkewuctz Bob Waterston Lee DesChamps Duck
Kemnutz BullThompson Jerry McDonald PatMlsner Jam Deedler Tom
Funch Bob Peterson Thnrd row Mr Kokenakes DenmsNneml Charles
Dagenhardt Ken Weigel Gary Malcolm .llm Ark Harry Atkunson
Denms Mnlls Jack Mullms Dan Rels Glenn Bookout Mr Fefles
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