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Clark, 'forward Jim, gum- Mike, center Capt, Jeb' ce,
Ken, forward l
B Hugh, Shorty, Lisle
First Row, left to right: Chris, Gary, Dennis,
Bob, forward Steve, R.
Second Row: Pete, Hobart, Martin, Bob W., Don V.
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Basketball Coach Farrell, Assistant Coach Lewer,
Football Coach Swearingen.
This football season we started with a very
inexperienced team, as we had only three re-
turning regulars. However, this factor did not
keep our team from completing a tough schedule
with a decidedly satisfactory reqogd. We passed
our first test by defeating MOUnEh1n Lake 24 to
6. We were then held to a tie by iluverne, 7 to
7. We recovered, to knock off Pipestone 27 to
6. We continued our dominance over Fairmont
for the second year by rolling over them to the
speed of 33 to 7. We took Lakefield next, 53
to 0. We went on to crush Worthington, 33 to 0.
Our last ga e--Windom 19, Jackson 7. Nuff said.
In summing it up, we had five wins, one tie
and one loss. Our total number of points was
184 to the opponents 45.
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Coach Brucey, forward Muzzy' guard xx, jack gugpd
With only one returning regular
from last year's District Seven
Cha ps, our new coach, Eugene Farrell,
faced the task of molding a new team.
Mr. Farrell evolved a winning combi-
nation consisting of Captain "Jeb"
Vachuska, Jack A mot, Bruce Behne, Bob
Olson and from last year's team, Jim
The positions these fellows filled
were constantly being sought by the
subs Clark Olson, Gerry Musegades,
Mike Yonker, Walt Kauf and Kenny Va-
During Christmas vacation the first
team was invited to Mankato to play in
a mock tournament. Jackson played two
games, the first with Owatonna, in
which we came out on top 42 to 34 and
the second, Mankato topped us 46 to
We were invited to play Glencoe in
a preliminary game at Gustavus Adolph-
us College on January 7. We beat them
32 to 28. These were a couple of the
highlights of the season. -
The "B" squad, composed of Chris-
topher, Coonrad, Peterson, Willardson,
Beman, Ringgenberg, Serum, and D. Va-
chuska had a season, shall we say.
When this article was written they had
9 losses and 4 wins and were still
going strong. However, two of these
losses were by one point and another
in an overtime period. The "B" squad
had fun playing this season and gained
a great amount of experience.
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26 Windom ...... ..
42 Luverne .... ..
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34 Fairmont .. ..
42 Owatonna ... ..
36 Mankato .... ..
44 Lakefield .. ..
32 Glencoe .... ..
32 Slayton ..... ..
23 Mountain Lake . ..
38 Worthington ... ..
38 Fairmont ...... ..
36 Mountain Lake ....
42 Sherburn ...... ..
44 Worthington ... ..
35 Lakefield .... ..
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