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Page 80 text:
Speedy Sandwich Shop
Open All Nite
3 519 NATURAL BRIDGE
131 6 BENTON STREET
Kookie Kard and Gift
3 6 24 NATURAL BRIDGE
They Cost No More Than Ready-Mades
Ladies' and Men's Suits Tailored
E. W. Sanner
4209 North Grand
Phone, GAr1ie1d 1971
I-I. W. Schaum Howard H. W. Schulze
Grand and Natural Bridge
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
FRank1in 6 71 1
White Way Bakery
Irvin Fillbright, Prop.
Fresh Bread and Cakes
2511 North 14th Street
We Own and Operate Our Own
Pleasant Cleaners of
4127 Pleasant Street .
CEntral 6 747
4102 W. Natural Bridge
Page 79 text:
The second league game was against a straight
With the opening of the season, Central's
team was without a coach due to Mr. Inger-
son's acceptance of the position of principal of
a grade school. However, a few weeks before
the first non-league game Mr. William C. Weber
came over from McKinley to take charge of the
Redwings. With but a few weeks to get ready
for their game with Reily High School, at
Evansville, Indiana, the boys found themselves
practicing before and after school. However, it
seemed that luck was just against them, for we
dropped the game to Reily, who had previously
won three straight championships, by a score
of 45 to 0.
Two weeks later at the Public High School
Stadium, the Redwings met Cleveland, last
year's city champions, for our first league game.
The Dutchmen led all the way and wrapped
up the game with four touchdowns, two safe-
ties, and two conversions for a score of 30-0.
Don Fritz, another one of our important play-
ers, was seriously injured. This made our fourth
major injury with the season just beginning.
The next game was held against our old
neighboring foe, Beaumont. The Blue Jackets
led the way until the last minute of the game.
Dave Hall scored our only touchdown. We
naturally lost to Beaumont, 48-6.
On the following week, the Redwings en-
countered the Southwest Longhorns, who gave
us our third conclusive defeat, 45-0.
At the beginning of the new season, Coach
Bradburn had only three lettermen returning
to help bolster the squad. As a result, the Red-
wings won only three games this season, one
league, one non-league, and one in the Nor-
mandy Tournament. The main reasons for the
losses, though, was the poor marksmanship and
the inability to gain possession of the rebounds
by the squad members. This enlarged the "loss"
Their first league contest was against a speedy
McKinley five, and was lost by a 32-23 score.
This game was played on the stage at Roose-
velt. All the rest of the games were played
at St. Louis High Gym.
shooting Southwest team, who garnered 57
points, topping Central's 47.
The next league game found the Redwings
the conquerors, this time over Hadley Tech.
65-32. This score stood as a scoring record
until the close of the season when it was topped.
The next two league contests were defeats,
handed to the Redwings by the league leaders.
Our next game was with the Goldbugs of
McKinley who led by 20-0 up to the last quar-
ter in which they scored another touchdown,
however, late in the same quarter the Redwings
got a touchdown and the extra point. We
dropped the game, 26-7.
On Friday of the same week Central's squad
met Roosevelt. Early in the first quarter the
team was able to score a touchdown due to a
fumble on the Roosevelt 15-yd. line. With this
score we led through the first quarter, 6-0.
Then in the second quarter, Roosevelt got under
way. They took over the game from then on
and finished it by winning 33-6.
Our last game for the season was held against
Soldan-Blewett at the Public Schools Stadium.
In the first three quarters, Soldan scored 24
points, but they were held scoreless in the last
quarter. About midway in that quarter, the
Red Wings received possession of the ball, and
on the first play Don Fritz ran 41 yards for a
touchdown. The game ended 24-6 in Soldan-
. Lou Aiello 9
. Ron Mattingly lO
. Walter Carlin l l
. Ted Follin 12
. John Wolff 13
. Ken Bushmann 14
. Oran Anderson 15
. Arnold Enea l6
. Joe Pfister
. George Csoclak
. Warren Kiefer
. Charles Pendleton
. Jim Pendleton
. Art Lohmeyer
. Don Fritz
. Art McFerron
Roosevelt gave us the first, 47-40, and then
Beaumont shellacked us 59-25.
The next two non-league games were against
Principia and U. City squads. The scores were
66-36 and 53-45, respectively.
The last game of the league season was a
nice win by Soldan-Blewett with the score-
board reading 52-39 at the final buzzer.
In the Normandy Tournament we defeated
Chaminade by the score of 53-51. The meet-
ings against Brentwood and Hancock were de-
feats reading 48-38 and 37-34, respectively.
Central was pushed out of the State Tourna-
ment by St. Charles by a 50-35 score. This
ended the season with 3 victories and 16
List of lettermen:
Fred Whitson, Mgr.
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Groceries . Meats . Vegetables
4123 Pleasant Street
Frigidaire . . . Philco . . . ABC
House Furnishing Co.
2607-09 North 14th Street
CEntra1 8445 ST. LOUIS 6, MO.
Koke Jewelry and
2523 North 14th Street
Diamonds . Watches . Silverware
Open an Account
No Interest-No Carrying Charge
North St. Louis' Dominant Jewelers
H 25 B Credit Jewelers,
'iSquare Deal Joe"
3517 North Grand Blvd.
Next Door to Lindell Theatre
FR.1nklin 3173 ST. LOUIS, MO.
Otto 55 .Ioe's Shoe Store
2615 North 14th Street
Cleaning-IVe Make It Look Like New
Money Saved-Fast Service
Bates Shoe Repair and
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2807 North 14th Street
Comer 14th and St. Louis Ave.
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eo eo an 808 OLIVE
CEntra1 6446 INSURED
3429-33 North Ninth Street
St. Louis 7, Mo.
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