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Page 109 text:
Unconditional surrender. Lone Moline Maroon seems to be surrounded by the Rocks ' wall. The one thousand and one faces of c football coach. Coach H. V. " Shorty " Almquist, in his familiar trench coat and ivy hat, deliberates during the Davenport defeat.
Page 108 text:
Jubilantly the Rocks jaunt off the field after snapping Alleman ' s four year city league title. Wrestling or football? The Rocks ' Ken Hammond looks like a mot- man as he rushes an onrushing Pio¬ neer. 104 ■
Page 110 text:
Row One: Dorrell Loveless Eddie Dovenport, Tete Vroman, Jack Kahling, Larry Tumipseed, Steve Ling, Jack Schiller, Ted Dunlap, George Dieterich, Gary Fleming. Row Two: Ron Utley, Monoger; Buddy Dorr, Manager; Marty Litvin, Bill Terrill, Ken Kempt, Dave Beeman, Marlon Sharer, Alex McCowan, Ed Skowronski, Bill Miller, Ron Kramer, Jerome Drucker, Arden Zentic. Row Three: Dale Dietsch, Mike Gersick, Riley Brissman, Jan Devolder, Joe Fuller, Jan Summers, Ron Kuhn, Jerry Twitty, Fred Moore, Tom Wusbaum, Mike Ullman, Markus Skosoles. Carl Hinze, Jim Dixon. Pebbles End Season Posting 2-7 Slate R. I. Opp 7 Alleman 39 13 Washington (C.R.) 6 6 Clinton 12 13 Moline 27 13 Assumption 12 7 Davenport 14 26 Bettendorf 32 0 East 14 Iowa The Sophomore Football team struggled through a sub-par season, winning two while losing seven. The season did prove the basis for some optimistic veiws, however. As individuals the Sophs indicated they had the natural ability from which to build football prowess. Outstanding backs this year were Ted Vroman, Carl Hinze, Ted Dunlap, and Joe Loucks, the team ' s leading scorer. In the line, strong prospective varsity linemen are guards Mike Gersick, Arden Zentic, Jack Schiller, and tackle Dave Bee- man. Moline City 38 The actual won-lost record tends to be misleading. A more precise evaluation can be compiled from the game scores. On three occasions the Pebbles were actually outclassed. But in one of these instances they ran up the highest point total scored against undefeated conference cham¬ pion Iowa City all year. Four games where decided by a margin of seven points or less. A touchdown and conversion would have diverted the losses to Clinton, Davenport, Bettendorf, and East Moline. 106
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