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THE TREASURE CHEST
Coach ....,..,,,,.. ...., L. F.l'lSH
Freshman Coach . , . , , MYRON H. TURNER
flflanagers ....,.... ., SAM FRANKLIN, EDWIN LEVER
Co-Captains ,L.,....,... RUBEN SEGAL, HARRY BREVOORT
About forty candidates answered the call for baseball practice. Harry Brevoort
and Ruben Segal were elected co-captains for the coming season.
The team was hard hit through graduation as only four regulars from last yearis
crack team returned. The appendectomy of ,lack Gifford. the star catcher, was another
hardship that the team has to overcome.
However, as this book goes to print. after three weeks of practice. the probable
lineup will be as follows: Bennett ZR. Hurley 2B, Holmes LF. Segal SS, Janslcy 3B.
Brevoort P. Morgan RF. Barraud RF. Heyniger LF. Thompson LF, Sy lvester C, Camp-
bell C. McKnight LF, Clark CF, Day RF and Holmes CF.
The following is the schedule for the coming season.
Toms River ,
Lakewood , . .
Toms River . .
lVlanasquan . .
Toms River .
Freehold . . .
Manasquan . .
.. ..,.... 3:30
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THE TREASURE CHEST -'-
Coach .......... .. .lVlll. GRANVILLE IVIACEE
Assismnt Couch ................. MH. MYRON B. TURNER
fllurzzzgers ....... SAM FRANKLIN, BILL HAHN, FHEU NICE
The past football season proved to be the most successful one in the history of
Manasquan High School.
The team under the excellent coaching of Mr. Magee, ran roughshod over op-
position and came through a tough schedule undefeated and untied, the first team in
the schoolls history to achieve this honor.
Earl Heyniger, l-larry llrevoort, Co-Captains, and "Buck', Thompson in particu-
lar were outstanding. Harry and hliuckw were selected on the Group II All-State
team, while Earl received honorable mention, and all three were named to the All-
County first team.
The boys started the season by overpowering Atlantic Highlands 31-3. For
three quarters the game was nip and tuck. but with I2 minutes remaining in the final
quarter, the Big lllue flashed its power and scored 25 points. This game gave the
boys that much-needed confidence, and they went on to hurdle Toms River, last year's
Shore Conference Champs, I3-7. With one minute and 35 seconds remaining, the
game-winning touchdown was scored by llrevoort on a line smash, only after the ball
had changed hands a number of times. This quarter was, without a doubt, the most
thrill-packed one of the season. Following this game the Blue and Gray conquered
Neptune 7-0 before a large crowd. For three quarters the two teams battled away
without a score. Early in the fourth quarter, John Campbell grabbed a long pass
from Brevoort, and made a dazzling run of 25 yards for the only score of the game.
The Big Blue were now ready to tackle Lakewood, the biggest obstacle in their path
for the Shore Conference crown. Playing upon a wet, muddy Held, Squan lost little
time and rolled up two touchdowns in the first quarter. From here on it was a real
battle. Lakewood came back to score once and the Blue and Gray had to show their
fighting spirit on many occasions to protect their lead and win. With four of the best
teams in the Conference now out of the way, Squan faced four up and coming teams.
Against Keyport, the Big Blue flashed its power and romped to an easy 31-6 victory.
This gaine was highlighted by Squan's noted passing attack, and defensive play.
Traveling to lVlatawan, the Blue and Gray met a very scrappy team which allowed
them only two touchdowns, both by lirevoort. Playing before the largest crowd ever
to attend a game at Manasquan, the Big lilue whipped Freehold, 20-7. Following this,
the lilue and Gray went on to topple their traditional foe, Point Pleasant, 13-U. This
game was highlighted by a spectacular run by Hal Thompson. Squanis All-State end.
Taking a pass from Brevoort, Thompson dashed 35 yards in a dazzling broken field
run for the second and final touchdown.
Thus ended the most colorful football season ever enjoyed by the school
and one which produced many thrills for our spectators.
One Hundred One
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