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After the defeat at the hands of South Division,
Washington came back strong to defeat Rufus
King 23-7. Unfortunately, the game was marred
by a great number of penalties on both sides. Bob
Schultz, taking Irv Pokrass's position as fullback
after the latter hurt his ankle in the South game,
proved himself as a hard hitting line plunging back.
Chuck Huppert, star placement kicker, played
one of his best games. Chuck made two points
after touchdowns and a field goal for a total of
The Purple and Gold hit its stride by knocking
over North Division 39-0. In this game the team
revenged itself for the upset defeat it suffered at
the Blue and White's hands last year. In that game
the North Side team bowed to a strong Wash-
ington eleven 21-6. Wfarren Steinkellner, end, was
outstanding on defense, while Art Isleb, "Bobo"
Freund, and Les Owens were the outstanding line-
men. The game was quarterbacked by Bill Heinkel.
Bill generaled his best game of the season.
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The next in line to suffer a defeat at the hands
of Washington was West Division. The Purple
and Gold's powerhouse was too much for the small
and weak West teamg thus the score ended SS-0
in favor of Washington. Wfashington used its first
stringers the first quarter only. After the first
quarter Coach Blackbourn used reserves and "B"
squad members extensively to give them much
needed experience for the next season. These re-
serves and "Bn squad members showed spirit, iight,
The last game of the season was the hardest
fought and the most thrilling. The Orangemen of
East put up a terrifiic battle, and the outcome was
in doubt up until the last quarter. Denny Lam-
brecht ran 80 yards in the last few minutes of
play to give the game to Washington. Bill Cross
and Chuck Huppert played their best games. Cross
caught a 25-yard pass for a touchdown and Chuck
made three points after touchdowns. The score at
the end of the game was Washington 21, East 14.
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Top Row: Coach j. Powers, R. Hayward, M. Pi son, Moser, R. Lussow, M. Mocbius, VV. Cross, R. Freund, C. Gumm, R W'oboril Coach L. Blackbourn.
Third Row: G. Steffen, Managerg G. Doubck, . Steinkellncr, K. Matt, C. Joswick, N. Hollenbeck, D. Kindt, C. Hup rt, D. Lambrecht, R. Flicker,
Manager. Second Row: R. Hendricks, Manage' G. Worachek, W. Sccmuth, R. Hackharth, I. Stahl, T. Trester, P, Bailey, W. Dunn, L. Owens,
C. Plutshack, Manager. Firxl Row: E. Gohlke, j. unn, R. Schultz, j. Terhorst, A. Isleb, R, Mazer, R. Peters, W. Heinke.
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Washington's football team started its season
with a traditional game at Wauwatosa Stadium
against the Wauwatosa Red Raiders. The Purple
and Gold was sparked by halfback Denny Lam-
brecht who climaxed the evening with a 75 -yard
touchdown run. Although 'Tosa had a spirited
team, Washington's weight in the line tipped the
balance in favor of the Purgolders. The game
ended 20-12 in favor of Washington.
XV EST ALLIS
Following the Wauwatosa victory came the West
Allis game. Here the Tonian Brigade easily de-
feated the Bulldogs of West Allis 16-0. In this
game Coach Blackbourn experimented in team
placements to get the best line-up possible for the
city conference. This game ended the warmup
period for Washington before the regular city con-
The Hrst city conference game was played in
the rain at the North Stadium against the Custer
High School eleven. The rain made the field ex-
tremely muddy and slippery, hence the game was
slow and uneventful. This factor also held down
the score considerably. Some of the players, suits
became so muddy that they had to put on clean
ones during the half. Don Kindt and Denny
Lambrecht were the two most outstanding players
in the Purgold backfield. The line-men, headed by
Norman I-Iollenbeck, made a creditable showing.
The game ended, Washington 13, Custer 0.
The week-end that followed brought the two
strongest teams, Washington and South, together
at South Stadium. The weather was perfect for
football, but the combination of Stryzkalski and
Polyzinski was a bit too much for the Washtonians
who played without the services of Art Isleb, out
with an injured ankle. The two guards, Jerry Lutz
and Bob Hayward, played their best game of the
season. The only backfield man who was able to
gain for Washington was Alex Karbowski. Alex
reeled off two 40-yard runs. South's decisive vic-
tory of 37-14 established the Cardinals as city
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