Harry Rosequist - Punts and Passes
Punt.s and Passes V . . ally, ii was the best \veek for football of the current cam- paigr:. and this spare j« reser^■»d to laud a f<»\v player.’» ^\ho rightly de<er\-r the prai'e, in th" Jacket gan*'“ 'r.^terd^y, let.«! gi\e Joe Bizzaro. who s ô6- >ard run and fine passing ahd quarterbacking helped lead the lo- ^als to \ictoi‘\'. a really big o\a- tion. .\Iso, Harr\’ Rosequist who'ü educated toe pro\ided the margin of \ ictory and .sent a host of punts .-«ailing high overhead to aid th<% Jackets. .\nd to Ptod (»uichard, who r#cr.\fred three fumbles, th*j last ."etting up the -winning score. Then don't forget « guv named Ford oh the other team. ‘The lad, and he was nothing more had the speed of a V-8 motor and the accuracy accuracy of Sergeant York in hitting hitting a bulls-eye at any di.stance Had it not been for F'ord, there would ha\ e been no contest at all “Ask hnn if he can weld,” Bill Rice quietly quipped, thinking of how the Jaeket,« eould use him next ^•ear. And Saturday gi\e Tony Maj*- asco the credit for most "of the work the Dragons did defensively. In on nearly e\ery tacklc, th« Owls soon found they couldn’t make an inch \^ith the North Warren Warren boy in the local lineup, Angelo Xuzzo /starred for Bradford, doing doing about o\ er\ thing they did also. And Don Sharp'^ punting fell off, but strJl was pretty good. Bobby .Sedon and Dick Kifer passed beau- tifuJJ.v. hut couldn’t ea,<!fh in for a score.