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Four “Lettermen” Return for Girls’ Golf THE GIRLS’ GOLF TEAM watches the ball. Vicki Keith, Roberta Weindruch, and Doreen Olson listen to pointers from Coach Jim Johnstone. Rocky’s Girls’ Golf team finished off a fine season in 1965 by taking’ second place in the Quad-Cities. They lost to Davenport Central by a small margin although they won the last two rounds of the four round meet. Moline took third place and Davenport West took fourth place. Medalist for Rock Island was Doreen Olson who finished the four rounds with a 231. The team this year had a strong nucleus comprised of four returning lettermen: Doreen Olson, Robbie Slivken, Roberta Weindruch, and Vicki Keith. Along with new members of the squad the 1966 Girls’ Golf team has a good chance of capturing the Quad-Cities Crown. CREWS POSES with some of the “unsung: heroes” of the Boys’ Golf team FRONT n Mi phy, Dick Mosenfelder. Dave Laufgren, Greg- Stone, and Jeff Vogt. BACK ROW: Coach Crews. Steve Forward. Ted Spurgetic. Steve Stone. Tom Moore Dave Ranson. Duane Willard, and Jim Hill Golf 215
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JUNIOR JIM SAVAGE displays his cham¬ pionship form. Golfers Tee Up for Action with Area Teams The 1965 Boys’ Fall Golf season con¬ sisted of four golf matches. One scheduled match at Indian Bluffs Golf Course was rained out. The schools represented at these matches were: Davenport West, Davenport Central, Moline, East Moline and Rock Island. Davenport Central posted the low team score of 663 strokes for the four matches. The other teams in order of finish were: Davenport West, 669 strokes; Moline 696 strokes; Rock Island, 699 strokes; and East Moline, 728 strokes. Jim Savage was medalist for the Rock Island team with a total of 166 strokes for the four rounds. Jim Hill was the only other team member that played all four rounds. His total strokes numbered 175. “NOW, JIM, THE GRIP is very impor- tant.” So says Dick Mosenfelder, and Jim Hill listens. 214 Golf
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Wrestlers Cop Honors in Tournament Meets THE 1965-66 GRAPPLERS are, FRONT ROW; Jim Ortiz, Clayton Weaver, Dave Moore, Jerry Gotthardt, Jeff Nus- baum, Ken Brower, Jim Rich, Frank Sykes, Carl Moore, Paul Buser. Greg: Peck, and Jim Rankin, SECOND ROW: Dan Bradley, Mike McMillan, Arlan Meyers, Jeff Ed¬ wards, Don Rhodes, Pete Beckman, Rene Seg ' ura, Pete Mellett, Mike Banks, Dave Sajak, Rich Anderson, and Steve Toalson. BACK ROW: Ed Jines, Tom Peschang , Don Huffman, Jack Seg’ura, Rick Stanford, Bruce Runge, Jim Holcomb, Cecil Lucas, Steve Velge, Jim Schnell, Jim Paskowski, Bob Gongoles, and Carl Collier. Rock Island wrestlers topped off a very successful season by placing second in both the Illinois State District meet and the Illinois State Sectional meet and sending three representatives to state competition. After a dual meet record in the Mississip¬ pi Valley of four wins, five losses, and no ties, and a non-conference dual meet record of four wins, two losses, and no ties, the Rocks, under the direction of Coaches Ches¬ ter Schultz, Don DeTaeye, and Floyd Bee, placed third in the Quadrangular Meet and fourth in the Davenport Invitational. Rocky matmen were represented in the state finals by Carl Moore, who scored three points, and Dave Moore and Don White, who each scored one point. Leading scorers for this year’s wrestling squad were Carl Moore, Dave Moore, Don White, Jeff Nusbaum, and Paul Buser. Each member of the wrestling team was honored at a banquet held in the school cafeteria on March 8. Among those receiving special honors were; Dave Moore, wrestler with the most pins; Don White, Most Im¬ proved Wrestler; and Carl Moore, the Most Valuable Wrestler. SCOREBOARD Wrestling— 1966 Dual Meets —Mississippi Valley Rock Island 15 Jefferson, Cedar Rapids 25 Rock Island 8 Washington, Cedar Rapids 37 Rock Island 14 Dubuque 27 Rock Island 15 Davenport Central 25 Rock Island 22 Davenport West 18 Rock Island 25 East Moline 17 Rock Island 24 Iowa City 17 Rock Island 17 Moline 22 Rock Island 23 Clinton 15 Non-Conference Meets Rock Island 35 Savanna 9 Rock Island 27 Sterling 17 Rock Island 14 Dixon 27 Rock Island 14 Reavis 29 Rock Island 26 Alleman 16 Rock Island 32 Prophetstown 5 216 Wrestling
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