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Page 82 text:
Muddy football games, exciting basketball compe-
tition Cincluding lst in the Central Missouri Conferencej,
a successful track season, rained-out baseball games,
and a winning golf team . . . these we remember as the
highlights of the 1965-66 sports season at RHS.
Page 84 text:
1965 football team members are: Row 1--D, Marek, S
Haas, H, Harvey, L, Kitchens, D, Drew, J, Wiggins, A.
Brummell, J, Stites, L. Miller, D, Wilson. Row 2--B
Angerman, T. Stevens, L, Brown, D, Tucker, M, Myers
G, Chick, B. Murphy, D, Kitchens, M. Jones. Row 3--M
Team football players listen attentively as Coach O'Nea.l
gives pointers on an upcoming game.
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Bell, T, Arthur, R. Duncan,S, Argo, J, Parker, M. Klinker-
man, B, Berry, J. Jensen. Row 4--D. Henry, R. Cowan,
P. Manis, M, Estey, J,McCutchen,M,Ne1son, R. Mitchum,
D. Glenn, M, Fuller.
Season with 4-6 Record 3
Through rain, mud, and cold and hot temperatures,
the Rolla Senior High football team trudged through the
1965 gridiron season, emerging with a 4-win, 6-loss
Although 85 total points for the season, 102 average
yards per game, 42.8 per cent passes completed, and
1,508 total offensive yards gained are not impressive
statistics, they are very respectable when this year's
schedule is considered.
Rol1a's 1965 Bulldogs played the roughest, toughest,
most skilled competitors the school has ever faced on
the football field according to most observers, Besides
the talented teams of the CEMO Conference Uefferson
City, Columbia, Sedaliaj, they also battled Cfor the first
tirnej the big boys of Northwest High School in St. Louis,
Jefferson City's Helias High School, and the Glendale
Falcons of Springfield.
The Bulldogs captured 4th place in the Central
Missouri Conference this year in spite of the rough
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