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Page 15 text:
Gver the Forty Yard Line
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FIRST ROW: RIGHT HALF BOUB, LEFT GUARD BRACHVOGEL, QUAR-
TERBACK CHRISTIANSEN, RIGHT HALF CLARK, LEFT HALF COMPTON,
RIGHT GUARD DAY.
SECOND ROW: FULLBACK DENKER, LEFT END DOWNS, CENTER GIB-
SON, LEFT END GILLETTE, RIGHT END HANSEN, LEFT TACKLE
THIRD ROW: CENTER RAY HOFF, RIGHT HALF HUGHES, QUARTER-
BACK KENNEDY, LEFT TACKLE GEORGE LARSEN, LEFT GUARD
GORDON LARSON, RIGHT TACKLE LESSELYOUNG.
FOURTH HOW: LEFT HALF MICHELS, FULLBACK NEWMAN, RIGHT
TACKLE NOREN, LEFT END SANGER, RIGHT GUARD WEISS.
"Ankle" over and Coach
Greeno will fix you up.
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g F RESI-IMAN CLASS
Front Row: lleft to rtghtl June Wall, Mary Ann Zens, Dorrtne Pnndle, Beverly McKay, Darts Mommer,
Colleen Michels, Phtltp Tewell. Second Row: Marlts Newman, Erma Tubant, Doris Vetter, Martone
Stemper, Valerre Marlette, Verna Oeschle, Ronald Peterson, Delbert Weiss, Mtss Cooltdger Third Row:
Mr. Schtrnnowskl, Sharol Olson, Shirley Schwartz, Kay Schntttgrund, Betty Norbeck, Robert Newman,
Leola Stemper, Darlene Orrock, Leattnce Tomsha. Fourth Row: Fordyce Yoda, Roger Sanger, Retnhold
Mager, Duane Rtchmond, Gene Maher, Walter Peterson, Ray Schoenheld, Gtlbert Watson, Robert Man-
dery, Jack McDermott, Rtcharcl Mueller, Merle Muellenberg.
OFFICERS: lLEFT T0
TREASURER JUNE WALL,
Front Row: lleft to rightl Karen Jackson, Joan Etnspahr, Donna l-lerren, Maxtne Appel, Sally Afdohl,
Madonna Littel, Martlyn Badger, Jeraldtne Clark, Drone Galle, Eeyerly Jorgensen, Delyln Ellis. Second
Row: Berwym Crook, lmajean l-leppler, Irene Heppler, Donna Htlkemeter, Marlene Frtese, Arltne Ferguson,
Nadine Esser, Shtrley Freeburg, Norma Haskell, Manlyn Bancroft, Phyllts Leonard. Third Row: Mtss
Lyle, Norman Johnson, Wesley Clark, Larry'Appletoft, Larry Denntson, Dean Ltnderman, Darlyce John-
son, Darlene Boyd, Maryerl Fitzgerald, Marjorie Leesch, Kenneth Brnger. Fourth Row: Charles Htll,
Wayne Jenson, Delbert Boyd, Wayne Fisher, John Bottum, Douglas Hancock, Melyrn Htlkemeter, Gordon
Johannesen, Duane Hoffman, James Jungwrrth, Dayud Esser, Herbert Afdahl, Roger Ferguson.
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On the Goal
First Row fleft to rlghtl Ray Hoff Gary Welss Roger Denker Tom Chrlstlansen Rlchard Boub Jlm
Kennedy Walt Brachvogel Galen Glllette Joe Lesselyaung Second Row Bob Clark Bull Syverson Frank
Hoff Alfred Naren Harley Hansen Lyle Mlchels Duane Sanger Max Downs Coach Greeno Third
Row Ronald Day Forrest Gibson Gordon Larson George Larson Marvln Newman Ronald Betten
Bennie Drown Eddue Hughes Gllbert Watson
I saw the 1949 Redfield Golden Pheasants run up an 1mpress1ve record as they won SIX games while losmg
only two In Northeast Conference competition they had a record of five w1ns and only one loss Th1S enabled
them to finish m second place 1n the standings behind undefeated Milbank
In the first game of the year the Pheasants played the Huron T1gGTS at Huron Redfield scored first and held
a 7 0 lead over the hlghly rated Tigers but the Tiger power showed ltself late ln the game and they pulled out
a 13 7 win over the Pheasants
After loslng the1r first game of the year the Redfield team took three w1ns over Northeast Conference foes
This included a 24 0 wln over Groton on Homecornlng Day Thls seemed to make HOmeCOm1ng a l1ttle more of a
sucicegslto ine as It d1d to most of the RHS student body The other two wins in this strmg came over Slsseton
an o an
A strong Milbank team was the next foe for the Birdmen The Bulldogs led 20 0 at the end of the first quarter
ln this game and seemed to be on the way to a rout The Pheasants had different ideas and kept them from
time 20 7 In the second half the Pheasant defense held Mllbank to a total of eleven yards net rushlng but the
Mllbank defense was also strong and the Flock went down to a 20 7 defeat
The followlng week the Pheasants came to life with a roar and t1OIl'1p9d the Webster Bearcats 33 7 at Web
The next opponent for Redfield was the Class A Pierre Governors The Governors had had only a medlocre
season up to the tlme they met Redfield and seemed out to make this game one we would never forget The
Plerre boys scored on the third play of the game but the Pheasants came back to lead 7 6 Up until the end of
the third period the Governors seemed to be holding a defirute advantage and held what seemed to be a dec1s1ve
lead 25 14 The last perlod was one of the most thrilling parts of a football game I have ever seen Traxlmg 25 14
Redfleld scored a touchdown halfway through the perlod to make the score 25 21 then with less than a mlnute
to go Tom Chr1st1ansen passed to Harley Hansen who
lateralled the ball off to Skip Boub and Sklp raced
across for the wmmng touchdown 27 25 Outstanding
defensive play on the part of the Pheasants featured th1s
The Pheasants wound up the1r season with a 62 0
w1n over the Clark Comets ln a NE Conference game
The entire squad played good football and the team
turned in a sparklmg performance
scoring the rest of the game. Redfield pushed over one. touchdown in the second quarter but trailediat the half
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