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ii -V THE ROCK ISLAND SWIMMING TEAM, which finished the season with a 7 3 dual meet record, take time out from practice to pose for the camera. Members are — Front How: Gary Dohrn, Keith Enstrom, Rich Steck, Gary Wicall, Pat Vancil, Bill Thonn and Norm Davis. Second Row: Gary Zimmerman, manager. Dean Wallarab, Mark Berntsen, George Burke, Dan Dismer, Curt Kiser, Brad Nelson, Joe Kaplan, Tom Struve and manager Dan Talaga. Third Row: Steve Campbell, manager, Frank Kuliq, Doug Peck, Sandy Guy, Ken Evans, Dan Rey¬ nolds, Ed Klingebeil, Bob Reisman, Bill Johnston, Mike Bedford, Rick Paul, Chic Hanssen and manager Terry Darton. Back Row: Assistant Coach Jerry Symons, Mike Rothweiler, Dave Kirkwood, Bryce Lundeen, Ron Glassner, Dick Hennesey, Jim Schick, Darryl Anderson, Ken McNemey, John Westensee, Rick Sandway, Jon Lehman, Mike Downing, Dave Becker, Rick Simmons, Tom Ring, and Head Coach Gary Ackerson. Islanders Capture First Place in Quad-City Meet Scoreboard Rock Island 65 Clinton 30 Rock Island 70 Davenport Central 25 Rock Island 76 Davenport West 24 Rock Island 44 Jefferson 51 Rock Island 45 - Moline 50 Rock Island 48 Washington 47 Rock Island 64 Davenport West 31 Rock Island 69 Davenport Central 26 Rock Island 48 Clinton 47 Rock Island 44 Moline 51 206 SWIMMING
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WAYNE ROSE 145 Pounds JOHN STEELE 180 Pounds LARRY KANKE JON DL ' NCALF 154 Pounds 165 Pounds Scoreboard Rock Island 31 Clinton 11 Rock Island 15 Reavis 20 Rock Island 13 Davenport Central 30 Rock Island 34 Dixon 6 Rock Island 27 Davenport West 13 Rock Island 24 Alleman 19 Rock Island 14 Jefferson 20 Rock Island 20 East Moline 17 Rock Island 17 Iowa City 20 Rock Island 27 Dubuque 13 Rock Island 20 Savannah 18 Rock Island 27 Moline 13 Rock Island 20 ashington 17 SPORTS 205
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THE SENIORS on the Rock Island swim team take time out from practice to p i8e for the Watchtower camera. They are: Front rou: Rick Sandway, Bryce Lundeen, and Jim Schick. Second row: Jon Lehman, R »n Glassner, and Ken McNerney. Hack row: Darryl Anderson and Dick Hennessey. Twitty Cains Fourth in R.I. BACKSTROKER, Darryl Anderson, springs from the blocks at the start of another race. The Rock Island swimming team finished with a 7-3 dual meet record in the Mississippi Valley Confer¬ ence but lost its only three meets by a total of 19 points. The Moline Maroons defeated the Islanders twice and the top team in the conference, the Jefferson J-Hawks, handed Rock Island its other defeat. Led by seniors Jim Schick, Ken McNerney, Darryl Anderson and Dick Hennessy, juniors Jay Twitty, John Westensee and Rick Simmons, and sophomore Mike Rothweiler, the Islanders were able to capture second place in the Thanksgiving Relays, second place in the Mississippi Valley Conference Meet, fourth place in the Hinsdale Invitational, and first place in the Quad-City meet in a fine season. In other meets. Rock Island took first place in a triangular with Muscatine and Freeport and another first place in a triangular meet with Rockford Auburn and Rockford Guilford. Although the Islanders lost such senior swimmers as Schick, McNerney, Anderson, Hennessy, Ron Glassner, Rick Sandway, and Bryce Lundeen with a group of fine junior and sophomores returning the Islanders should have a strong squad next year. The Rock Island junior varsity went undefeated in dual competition with a 7-0 record. The Rock Island sophomores also had an excellent team as they won the Quad City sophomore meet. C Diving at State Finals ACE F ' REESTYLER, Ken McNerney, a senior on the Rock Island tankmen squad shows the start that brought him firsts in the 50 and 100 yard freestyle races. SWIMMING 207
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