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The Bexley foothall team of 1921, whieh
started the season with only three of the un-
defeated 1923 team. and the others inex-
perieneed men, gave some of their opponents
stiff opposition and showed some fighting
spirit at times, hut were unable to turn in a
sueeessful season against their heavier and
more experieneed opponents.
'l'he seores for the season are as follows:
, . .,...,....i,...Gal1anna, 0
Bexley, 0 ,.,..,.., .,,,...... C iroveport, 35
Bexley, 0 ,,.. ,. . ,.,,,., Col. Aeademy, 28
Bexley, 0 ..,,,,., .,,.,.,... f irandview, 51
Bexley, 0 ,. . .. ., ,,.,, lVorthington, 7
Bexley eaneelled ,, ..,,, ,.,. K iranville
Uur homeeoming game was lost to Grand-
view hy a large seore although it looked as if
it might he a good game when the first quar-
ter ended with a score of nothing to nothing.
The lVorthington game was the most ex-
eiting, heeause it ended with our boys in
possession of the ball on the one foot line.
The eaptain of the team was Fred Krucke-
herg, who was taken from taekle to play full-
haek. He was a good punter, an excellent
runner, and a good taekler and had he had a
little more interferenee for his end runs he
would have been a star performer. He was
good fighter and his presenee on the 1925
team will he greatly missed.
Harry Goen who is also a Senior tllis year
held down one of the halfhaek positions. He
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was a good tackler and line plunger, he also
will be missed next year.
Kenneth Parsons playing his first year of
football proved to be an excellent center.
He was a "ballfhawk" on defense, because
he recovered more fumbles than any other
man. He was a good passer, fighter, and a
good example for his teammates to follow in
team spirit. .
Frank Christ, who is a Senior, was shifted
from guard to tackle as the season progressed
and served his team well in both places.
Frank was not a flashy player but played a
hard, steady game at all times.
Ludwig Weiffenback was an end on the
1923 team and was one of the mainstays of
this year's team. In several games he was
the star performer on the defense by down-
ing the man with the ball back of the line
time after time.
He was elected to be captain of the 1925
team, but will be greatly missed as he has
Joe Gary was the heaviest man on the
team and played tackle. He was known for
his fighting spirit. He left school before
the season ended and his position was hard
Ray Gary held down the other end posi-
tion and although this was his first attempt
to play football he played his position ad-
Elmer Beatty is the first Freshman to ever
make a football letter at Bexley so you see
he must have some ability. He only weighed
about one hundred-thirty pounds but he held
down his guard position.
Norris Davis was the team's general. Al-
though this was his first year of football, he
called his signals and selected his plays
as well as any one could have with so little
experience. He has another year yet, and
Bexley expects him to do great things for
the team next fall.
Chester Kuhns played the other half po-
sition and played to the best of his ability.
He was a good man for interference. He also
has another year to Work hard for Bexley.
Ray Klingbeil, who got into the lineup
during the latter part of the season played
end part and played enough to make his
letter. He did some good work at his end
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