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Row 1: Marconi, Disantis. Hepp.
Row 2: Schley, Stevenson, Smith, Bruni, WL-inkauf. Evans, Moore. Te-ws. Thiel.
Row 3: Godersky, Lynch, Morris, Redford, Wicker, Goh-mizvske, VVeaver, Stare. Lziiron. Wolf,
Pe-rtlula, Coach Saubert.
Row 4: Radtke, Stark, Pridemore, Weiss, Elizer, Haylett, Rich. Roe-bel, Kranzush, Lombardi.
Linn Thiel and Earl Schley were our halfbacks. Wlien either of
them took the pigskin around an end or through the line, it generally
meant a good gain. Earl proved to be quite a dangerous man when he
was running as interference. He will be back with us next year to show
what he really can do. Linn was the boy who caught many of our passes.
and when he got his hands on that ball. it was too bad for his opposers.
Linn graduates in June and has caught his last pass for W. H. S.
John Golemgeske. our next year's captain, proved to be the mot ef-
fective man in the line. There were very few times that he let a man slip
by him untackled. He acted as captain several times and was a great in-
spiration to the boys.
Wicker and Pertlula. our ends. showed ability in catching and holding
out their men. Wicker usually caught the passes, being the taller of the
two. We unluckily lose both of these men and Coach Saubert will have
to do some hunting around to fill their places.
Harold Smith was our "Old Standby" in the line. He was out
during the first half of the season with a wrenched arm, but during the
last half he showed some remarkable playing.
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Oliver Moore and Harold Evans
played guards and succeeded very well
in getting and stopping their men.
These two should prove to be a great
help to Coach's line next year.
Bill Stare played a very consistent
game at center and can well be proud
of his record. When he centered the
ball. Steve and the other backfielders
knew where it was coming. Very sel-
dom was he known to throw a bad pass
and cause a fumble.
Bob Weaver was our punter and end
until his leg was hurt in the Shorewood
game. His punting was excellent and
he could catch a pass. We lost a good
man at Shorewood and Bob was seen
walking around school on crutches for
a week or so. We will lose Bob this
spring, and there goes another valuable
Bill Wolf and Leroy Lagon played
most of the time and showed the mak-
ings of great athletes. They should
plow through the Suburban League
schedule next year and find themselves
cn the tcp of the list of stars.
Our new football and track field is a
"knock-out". It was erected last fall,
and we have what is now the best track
field in the Suburban League. All the
track fellows have lauded the field and
acknowledged its worthiness. As a
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