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Page 71 text:
Dave Larsen brings the Green Wave ball carrier
up short ofter a small gain.
l 4 ..,,......,,., Grafton .,A,.......... O
7 .....Q. ..K.., R oseau ..,..,,, ..,.. 6
l 2 .,.,...,.,....., Fosston ....,V......,... l 2
I3 .,,..... East Grand Forks ,...,w., I2
6 ,.......a..,.,,. Bemidji ,,..........,.,. 31
I9 ...w...... Red Lake Falls ..,..s.s.. 24
O .,..,..w Thief River Falls ,..,.... 48
With strong interference Dennis Parkin slants off
tackle during the Pirate-Red Lake clash.
F321 1 l
With a good start we led Fosston by twelve
points, only to have the score dwindle down
to a tie in the last quarter. The highlight was
the 60-yard pass play from Hannah to'Pester
. . .We really enjoyed downing East Side in our
homecoming battle. Oustanding play of the
game was the 60-yard run of Dennis Parkin
and the hard running of Bobby Behr. The
winning point come on an extra point by Par-
kin . , . The "B" squad is made up of fresh-
men, sophomores, and a few juniors, whose
most heart-breaking game of the season was
the loss to East Grand Forks in the last seconds
. . . The outstanding player was Kenny Wold,
Gerald Solheim, and Clifford Svedahl.
Page 70 text:
, . M Qi!!
Under Coach Bob Roy and Line Coach Don-
ald Peterson ,the Pirate football squad this
year made a strong showing in Region 8, with
three wins, three losses, and one tie. Paul
Wold, our captain, and Bob Tous and George
Nelson, all seniors, were named on the North-
west Conference first team. Other lettermen
graduating are Dick Acker, Jerry Panzer, Mel-
vin Walters, Ralph Svedahl, George Lawrence,
Daniel Lee, Tom McCulla, Dean Ash, and Den-
nis Ristau. Awards were given by the coaching
staff to Bob Tous and George Nelson for the
most tackles in the backfield and line respec-
tively. Dave Larsen was voted the best blocker
and Glen Hannah the most improved player.
Spectacular play of the opening game with
Grafton was a 70-yard pass ploy, with Pepper
Lysaker throwing and Paul Wold receiving.
Captain Paul WoIdfAll conference - state honorable
FOOTBALL SQUAD. Back row: Kline, McWaters, Slager, Tollefson, Skornicka, Olson, J. Lindell, Johnson, Jenson, Coauette,
Cornelius, W. Ash, Droen, M, Larsen, Hayden, third row: C, Svedahl, Wilder, K. Wold, Kleven, Braden, Anderson, Stenseth,
R. Hasbrouck, Cosmey, J. Orr, Hannah, D. Orr, Fish, Peterson, Lehrer, Roy, second row: D. Ash, Parkin, Thomforde, Borness,
Behr, Lysaker, D. Larsen, Arch, Pester, Bakken, B. Liridell, Lyngholm, Solheim, R. Svedohl, first row: Tous, Nelson, Lee,
Krogstad, Wolters, P. Wold, Lufkin, Panzer, McCulla, Lawrence, Acker, D. Hasbrouck, Ristau. Not in picture: LaHaise,
Sage. Coaches: Mr, Roy, Mr. Peterson, Mr. Lehrer, Mgrs.: Mark Larsen, David Hayden.
Page 72 text:
n seventh and eighth grade football, fifty-two
boys were issued uniforms. Captains were chosen
for the four teams, with Billy Taylor, for the Whites:
Dean Lufkin, for the Golds, Roger McWaters, for i
the Greens, and Dick Droen, for the Reds. ln league
play Billy Taylor's Whites wound up on top, with
five wins and one loss. The Golds were next with a
three-win, two-loss, and one-tie record. The Greens
and the Reds were third and fourth, with two wins,
four losses, and one win, four losses, and one tie
respectively. The climax of their season was a game
between the Whites and Reds, and the Golds and
Greens, presented as a half-time feature of the
Thief River Falls-Pirate game. The teams were
coached by Mr. Strand and Mr. Westby.
One thought in mind, to win that game, Glenn
heads for the field for the second half.
JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL. Back row: Oliver, Berquist, Gordon, McDowell, Mioen, McWaters, Emerson, Erstad, Dahl, Norrie
Olson Mr. Strand' third row: Mr. Westby, Reitmeier, Stolen, Gronbeck, Cash, Pester, Sauve, Lawrence, Radke, Krogstad, Brad-
ley, second low: l3akken, Vandervort, Hannah, Owens, Johnson, Cornelius, Gorder, Droen, Boyum, Reese, Sieving, hrst row
Hanson, Pikora, Hovland, Pratt, Hayden, Jensrud, MacGregor, W. Taylor, Knox, R. Taylor, Teal. Not in picture: Norby
Wheeler, Sandburg, McWaters, Odegaard, Flom, and Hennager. Coaches: Mr. Strand, Mr. Westby.
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