Central High School - Optimist Yearbook (Crookston, MN)

 - Class of 1938

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Grz'cz'z'ron Gosszjv ,- F. -y M bf DON McKENZIE I ij , Q ' X .S'cf1fe11iIn'1'S. Now that all the little boys and girls are back in school and Coaches Ubermeyer and Scheela have called for football candidates. everything seems to be back in the usual routine. VVith seven lettermen and about thirty-three new members, football practice begins in earnest. After a week of calisthenics and fundamentals, the boys get their first taste of scrimmage. Scfvfciubcr 18. The Fosston warriors play here for the first game of the season. The first touch- down was made after a long run by XN'arren Scarr. After that the Pirates settled down for a counter each period and were happy when the score showed a 28-O defeat for Fosston. Warren Pony Scarr's running showed up excep- tionally well. The boys exhibited good blocking and tackling for the first game. Scpfmnbcr 25. After a hard practice. the Pirates journey to Thief River Falls. only to suffer one of the most stinging defeats handed to a Crook- ston team in recent years. The Prowlers charged up and down the field, scoring numerous touch- downs throughout the game. After the dust had settled and the Thief River victory songs had ceased, the score was 42-O for the Prowlers. The boys definitely had an off night at Thief River, but credit must be given to iieet little Bud Fox who made more yardage than any other back- field man. From this year's experience he should be quite capable of holding down Senior Warren Scarr's position next year. October I. Another week of hard practice and about three first string men are out of the line-up because of injuries. This week it is Red Lake Falls, and the boys are out for revenge. But the local warriors go down in a 32-O defeat. It was either paint under the Red Lake Falls boys' eyes or the fists that got in the Pirates' hair that night. October 8. This week the Gold and Blue warriors travel to Bemidji. Again the Pirates are defeated by the powerful Lumberjacks. The score was 39-7. Glen Morlan making the Pirates' only touchdown. Allan Lindholm broke his elbow in the game. Bob Brekke and George Henre were outstanding on the end positions, and Glen Morlan showed up well in the backfield. . T7 s-Z Offoluv' 75. Through a series of line plunges, llaugo of XYarren spelled defeat for the Pirates in their next game. Our boys fought valiantly but could not keep up the pace in the third quar- ter. when XVarren made the only touchdown of the game. With Butch Haugen backing up the line in this game the Warren backfield had a hard time making any yardage through the center of the line. Orfolim' 22. The Mahnomen Indians are sched- uled to play here for the last home game. VVith eight regulars on the side lines because of injur- ies the Pirates are greatly handicapped. The only scoring is in the first half, Mahnomen making a total of twenty-six points, Crookston. none. junior Hanson, the overgrown boy in the eighth grade, played in this game. Give him a few more years cf experience, and he is going places. fJl'f0IJl'1' 29. The last game of the season is at lfast Grand Forks against the Little Green XN'ave. lf statistics mean anything, the Pirates won that I 1 ' 4 game. lhey made thirteen first downs to lzast Grand Forks' seven. Time and time again the liucaneers marched down the field, only to lose the ball inside their opponents' ten-yard line. George Muir's plunging was the best he had ex- hibited all year. The Pirates are not proud of their 1937 season. lint those who followed the team admit that there were contributing causes which the student body should recognize. Most important was the high percentage of injuries which fell upon the team like a blight, handicapping one after another of the first string men. The injuries, combined with successive defeats. dampened the spirit of the team until neither the training of the coaches nor the good intentions of the players could produce a victory. A high-brow might analyze the predicament by saying that the boys suffered from a psychological inferiority complex. The coaches and the players feel that the team lacked a spark plug-an effective leader on the field. XYith fourteen lettermen returning and a promis- ing squad, the boys will turn out next fall with unprecedented enthusiasm and hope, to show the students, the town, and their opponents that the Pirates' grid machine is grinding down the come- back road. E501

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ecomls of the Year IBASICR.-Xl,lf'C SEASONS RECORD - Compiled by CHARLES RIDDELL TRACK 4' DISTRICT TRACK MEET GOLF? . '2 F 'li A 347 Opponent Crookstou Thief River Falls ,,,,.. S3 points G1 md UI S Climax ....,,.,l.,...,......... .,,.,. 1 14 Cmokston ........l......... 25 points llemimlji .,.. 379 Thief River Falls ,..... 0 1 East Grancl Forks ,... 15 points H , , VVarrcn .....,....,,....... 0 22 lfVar1'e11 ...................... 9 11011115 lhlcf Rllcl' L flimax ,wVwVVVVVVVYAVVV- 3 12 lfalls ...... 331 NVQ " ............... 9 8 1. ,. l:l.,fll12'1 ,,,,,,,,,,qQ,,,,,,,,,,4,,.,,i N A,AA 0 1 lNlJlVlDUAl. RECORDS UOOWOII 406 '1'l1i0fRiY0f Falls ------------------------ 2 3 Lawrence Johnson - First lf1'Sliil1C -- 457 lNlJlVlDU.'Xl. RECORDS 111300, .High jump. Floyd 11ZlfllCS-IlO-llll, 110-run game against Thief Roger Paiizei'-First place, River Falls. Pole Vault. 11037 FOOTBALL SE.'XSOX'S RECORD INDlVllDUiXl. SCORING OlJ1lf7l1Cllt Crookstoii Fosston ....,......,...,...... .,..., 0 28 George Muir, Fullhaek ,,.... T15 Thief River Falls .... 43 0 Real Lake Falls ..... 31 0 XX'arren Searr, llalfhaek ...,,,.... .. 7 llemiclji .....,.,........ 39 7 NVai-ren ..,....,,.....,. 7 0 llnmlql Turnquist, Quarterback ....,,. .. 6 Mahuomen ............. 27 0 East Grand Forks ........................ 32 0 Glen Morlan, llalfhaelf ...... .. 7 ll.'XS1iE'1lll.'XLL SE.'XSON'S RECOPIJ , O X , ,. DISTRICT lNlJlVlDU.Xl. SCORUNG ppomiit Crookston W , T i i ,lan ,,i,,,,.,,,..,.,,......,....,......,.....,iiii.... 20 16 S FAN U' M15 JNCH 108 East Grand Forks """ 11 13 1 Thief River Fulls 2. llllilllQllCvl'Y'.':-Yv 69 Bcmidji """"""""""" 26 27 2. Wfarreu K T jhlluso 5 63 """""""""""""" Crunkstou 4i N dfrul Q "" if """"""""" " 7 4. East Grand Forks 5. l.ee .,,.YY,...i , 40 mtlmest behool ......., 14 2- E , H f, , , V- f Tl-xi R- Hr PHX 35 31 5. Rul Lake lullls 6. liuclcl l. ,.,.,,,, 32 wwtlx lu 'I 5 "" 796 ig 6. llllllllllltll' 7. .Xllmertson 5 , Milt!! """""""A"" " ' 7, Climax 8. llaugen 4 Iwnmhl """""""""""' 30 25 S Fisher 9 QWZUISOII 4 Thief River Falls .,., Q2 23 ' ' ' 7 ' """""""i GTS-i1.3Z"E!EdShiilif iiiiii iii 53 IHQST '1mmN,xiriaN'r I'laXYER lxl00l'l'lC21,Ql ,,,.,,,,..,........,..... .,..,,... 3 3 S I,llXYI'CIlCC JO1'll'lSOl'l, scoring 31 points TllE DISTRICT TOURNAM EXT 1. Thief River Falls .... 36 Ml Thief Rim- Falls ........ 41 2. l' :l ' ........................ , , 3 1.f'.'1r,, . ,K Thief River 141111. ........ 34 ' -- W" fl'-'ml lmlw '-" 'J' ima cmmi lm,-is iv 4. l'lummer .................. 221 I ' X' """ ' Tl .If P. H F' H. 5. Warren ......... ......... 3 31 wwrcn 3, m nur '1 5 fm. Lhmax ...... ............. l 71 ' ' """" " XY 17 7. Cruukstoii ................ 392 -A H , fmircu """ ""' ' ' ' Fi. Rell Lake Falls ...... 251 0001151011 "" """" 2 4 COXSOl..'XTlOX GAME Regional Champion. Thief River Falls. State Cliampiou. Thief River Falls. 1491



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