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Page 156 text:
The left halfback is played by “Chick; " We seldom see him fall. L. A. Kinzer punts and drop kicks, Besides he “totes " that ball. At fullback we have Captain Schrader, In every game he ' ll shine, We ' ll miss old “Pete " when he is gone; My! IIow he backed that line. What has the A uthor just forgot? What does the poem lack? Ten men don ' t play a football game So the Author played quarterback! As manager he knows his “rub downs, " Bee Kinzer is his name, lie plays sub half on the varsity team; He ' ll advertise the game. A nd here is to Shujjlebarger , Who in football knows his stuff. What would our team have been this year Without our coach old “Shuff? " Toy A list, ' jo. 150
Page 155 text:
J, earn Play ball! and then the whistle blows, The crowd begins to shout; But all at once they seem to stop — Who was that just knocked out? A substitute , the game goes on; Our ball , ten yards to go — Watch Fred , our center , get over the ball — That fighting Carrico. Bill Harman stands on Freddie ' s right All set and rarin to go — Some player might like hittin ' high, But “Sot " he hits ' em low. On Freddie s left stands two good guards — This might seem queer, you ' d think, But Whitaker ' s as good as Steger And “Sid ' s " as good as “Joe Dink. " lie ' s got the ball! Don ' t let him pass! Left tackle, we know you can. Who made that splendid, tackle? “Ell " Hardy got his man. In right tackle is big Duane Sands Like some brave knight of old, A nd always on formation right He opens up a hole. He may not be an “all state end, " But now I ' ll tell you all, When anyone comes ' round “John ' s " end Old Lewey makes ' em fall. Ralph Martin plays the opposite end Just like a bull dog pup, He says, “Thou shall not pass, " And refuses to give up. “ Pu nt forma tion ' ' — Ha rdy back — His nickname, it is “Seed; " He plays right half and gains the ground Whenever we ' re in need. 149
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