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DON 'NIARI,FR JOHN ROGERS SAM WATSON
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This year our football coaching staff took on a new look. Mr. Sickles
resigned as athletic director, Mr. Rogers stepped out of his role as head coach
and into the one vacated by Mr. Sickles, with Mr. Hynd taking over as head
coach, Mr. Johnson and Mr. Appledorn moved up as assistants.
Witli the coaching staff completed, attention was turned to the team.
J. Barchett, O. Edwards, T. Garland, D. Kesler, D. Marler, J. Rogers,
B. Rodgers, B. Swanson, and S. Watsoii were the returning leftermen who
formed the nucleus of the team.
At the beginning of the season, Coach Hynd tried Sam WHISOII, who was
second in speed probably only to Don Marler, at fullback, but found that his
talents were more clearly needed in the line, so Big Sam was switched to
GO- man. Q03 Ball. ball, who's got the ball! ll
TONI GARLAND PHILLIP MURRAY JIANIES IRFEN
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guard. Another more permanent change switched Tom Garland from an end
to a quarterback.
With these changes the Tigers made their 1956 debut in a 44 to 0 win over
Chicago Wells. While running up the biggest score in 13 years and holding
their opponents to a negligible total of yards gained, the Tigers demonstrated
their offensive and defensive punches against a very weak and inexperienced
Stiller competition proved fatal as Grand Haven outscored us 12 to 6
while Don Marler played one of his best games by gaining 138 of the 163
total yards gained. Again against tougher opposition, the Tigers lost two more
to Morton Hammond, where we won statistically, yet lost on the score-boards,
and Muskegon where the concensus of opinion was that the Tigers played
Cm-t him. buys! "Off your knees! ln
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