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The Ramblers played outstanding football throughout. Forrest
did not threaten at any other time than when they scored their Lie
Cullom penetrated deep into Forrest territory several times
but could not punch over for a score.-V
HERCHER STOPS CULLOM
Cullom, Oct. 30--Hercherfs husky Tigers scored in .each
quarter to down Cullom 25-O in a V. V. Conference gave at Cullmn,
The heavier Herscher team held the Rambler offense in check for
most of the game. .
Cullom did penetrate to the Herscher 35 on several occasions
when their attack failed.
Dutton, Lauterbnck and Paul Deany turned in fine defensive
gaves for Cullom.
CULLOM WHIPS SAUNEMIN
Saunemin, Nov. 6--The Ramblers made their season's finale
their best as they dumped Seuncming 27-12, in e non-conference
tilt under the Saunemin arcs. Each of the Rambler backs scored
a touchdown in grinding a victory they were determined to have.
Jerome and Ron Deany, Wascher and Lauterbach went over for touch-
Linemen who turned in excellent games for Cullom were McCulld1
Bauerle, Price, Donahue, Harms, Hahn, Paul Deeny and Dutton.
The game marked the Gnd of high schoo1'football careers -for
sen ors Jack Dutton, Jerry Deany, Paul Deany, Gerald Harms and.the
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RAMS LOSE TO CHATSWORTH
Chatsworth, Oct. 2h-Chatsworth's Don Snow led the Blueb rds
to a hl-O victory over the Ramblers in a V, V, game played on the
Chatsworth field. Snow punched over for fourtouchdowns,
Cullom played the Bluebirds on even tenns for a quarter but
bogged down in the second period and were unable to get a sustahfd
drive going during the balance of the game.
Bob Hahn, Cullom guard, was injured on the first play from
scrimmage and was out of action for the rest of the game.
PIPER CITY WINS F DM CULLOM
Piper City, Oct. 9--Cullom's injury ridden Ramblers proved to
be easy victims for the Piper City Blue Streaks in a V. V. game at
Piper City played under the lights. Piper City scored seven times
to rack up a h3,0 win.
Cullom's defenses stiffened considerably in the second half
but the Rams could not get an effective offense rolling.
Out of action for most of the game on injuries were Ramblers,
Hahn, Harms, Donahue and Corkill.
ONARGA TUMBLES CULLOM
Onarga, Oct, 16--Onarga scored on the opening kick-off and
scooped up several fumbles for touchdowns to humble Cullom, 25-O,
in a V. V. game played under the Onarga lights.
Rambler defenses tightened following the early spectacularard
the final half was played on even terms. ,
An Oaarge lineman scored twice for his team, picking up Culmmx
fu bles and dashing over for the tallies.
' , FORREST NIPS CULLOM, 6-O
.Cullom, Oota 23--Forrest scored ir the 'waning minutes .of
the game to break a scoreless tie and win, 6-O, in Cullomfs annual,
Homecoming game. A Forrest back was tackled as he went into the
end zona and fumbled but the ball rolled out of the end zone and
was declared a touchdown. ,
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Top Row: y
Coach Ferr'i,'J. Finefield, R. Hack, J. VanAlstyne, B. Ommen,
R. Blackmore, W. Landis, D. Dutton, D. Tharp. . y
B. Bauer-le, S. McCu1loh, C. Price, J. Deany, P. Deany, R.
Groskreutz, D. Hams, R. Finefield.
Front Row: '
K., Tharp,'Manager, R. Deany, G. Hams, D. Donahue, R. ,Cor1cll1,
J ., Dutton, R. Hahn, J. Price, W. Sauterbach, Roger Casper.,
GIRLS' P. E.
M. Attig, D. Bentley, L. Donley, B. Bentley, L. Sanquist,
M., Donley, B. Jehle, N. Ruehle, B. Roll, J. Grubbs. P . '
Third Row: l 'A
M. Haren, C. Telford, J. Halpin, S. Saathoff, C. Read, Rita
Donlay, D. Ashman, B. Donlay, B. Haberkorn.
Second Rom .
T. Dietz, B. Bauerle, L. Wickham, N.,Magee, T.,Hahn, N, Kewlqy
J . Ellinger, B. Twiehause, V. Taylor, N. Koehler, R. Flessner.
First Row: -
L. Tinker, R. Sadler, V. Nettleingham, A. Ginter, M. Kewley,
J . Donley, P. Billerbeck, B. Clark, S. Haag, Mrs. McCaughey,
Third Row: E '
Be Finefield, R. Fraher, D. Dutton, C. Price, J. Price, Bob
Hahn, B, Snodgrass, D. Hedrick, R. Growkreutz, D. Hams.
Second Row: I
Coach Perri, J. Vanlxlstyne, D. Donahue, S. Long, B. Bauerle,
B. Landis, R. Deany, R. Wascher, R. Corkill, B. Ommen.
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