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Top Raw: Coach J. Bruggink, W. SeeMutl1, J. Myles, H. Hohensee, R. Pullan, R1 Bacrmann, G. Erdmann, W. Demmer, D. Putnam, P. Schreck, E. Fricker,
Coach A. Hecht. Tlaml Row: E. Albright, J. Scharf, F. Smith, D. Arnold, 1. Boening, M. Phillips, R. Menger, G. Hackbarth, P. Bailey. Second Row:
L. Plummer, H. Kraseman, M. Fast, j. Schneider, L. Schwadc, W, Haesc, W. Zautcke, W. Dunn. P. Reichardt. Fivxl Row: J. Schoen, B. Banholzcr, A. Fenzl,
D. Ncttesheim, J. Dunn, R. Bueger, W. Schmidt.
The Washington "B" squad followed in the foot-
steps of the "B" squad of 1941 in going through
another season undefeated. This was made possible
by the expert tutelage of Coach Archie Hecht, now
a Lieutenant in the United States Naval Reserve.
The Jarvie squad started its season with a victory
over Custer. The closeness of the score did not
indicate the true aspect of the battle. Washington
had everything their own way and would have
increased the margin of victory except for fumbles
and occasional defensive lapses. This extended a
long string of Jarvie victories. There were no out-
standing stars, but each boy contributed his part
to a well functioning team.
The next "B" squad victory was gained in a
tough battle over the West Allis Bulldogs. In this
game the play was extremely rough, and a great
number of penalties were inflicted on the West
eleven. Washington's first score was through a
lucky break when Herman Hohensee caught a
poor West Allis punt and returned it for a touch-
down. The second score was made by Jack Schoen
on a brilliant 90-yard slash off tackle.
The following victory was garnered over a re-
putedly strong Wauwatosa team which proved
rather Weak before the powerful Tonian onslaught.
The first strong scored almost at will, and the Red
Raiders were able to score only one lone tally
against the substitutes. At first the Tonian guards
and tackles had trouble with Tosa's mousetrap
plays, but soon collaborated to squash the Raider's
tricky offense. The Purgold backfield was able to
gain yardage almost every play. The final score
was 19-6 in favor of Washington.
The next game was with a strong Rufus King
squad which contested every inch of ground which
Washington gained. It was a defensive battle with
the Tonian brigade edging out victory with a slim
seven point margin. The King squad, playing with
a single Wing off an unbalanced line, was hard to
stop at the tackles. Twice they came Within the
Tonian 10-yard mark only to be stopped by sheer
The next and last "B" squad game was with
South Division's "Jarvies." This game, which Was
the climax of an undefeated season, turned out to
be a rout in favor of Washington. The Tonians
crushed the weak offense of the southsiders and
when in possession of the ball all but ran it out of
the stadium. The only thing that saved South was
rain, wind, and the mercy of Coach Hecht who
allowed every Tonian Jarvie to see action. Every
boy played his best game of the year, and the
Tonians came out on the long end of a 19-0 score.
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