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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 2, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin I Menasha Halfback Bill Gerhard (5) squirms into the 'end zone with the Bluejays' touchdown with less than1 three minutes gone in Saturday's Jay-Rocket game. -Menasha's Bill Prange (39) attempts to put a block. ph; Dennis (27) at the far right while other players are Mike Lintner Bill Bfaun Pete Millar (30) and Alex aiillar Menasha's No. 54 is Pete. Lavalle and Paul Beachkofski is at the right Neenah rallied from a t-0-deficit for a 35-7 win. Who's Making the Tackle? Neenah's Dick (45) appears1 to havebeen spilled by a '.''teammate while going through a big hole in Saturday's Neenah- Menasha game. Quarterback Jack Arikerson at the right Menasha players oh the scene are BUI Ritchie (36) and BUI Stuck Wilson gained 183 yards and scored three, touch- downs in Neenah's 35-7 win. Nov. Page B6 Game Sidelights uer Jay Gridders 35-7 Wilson Plows for 183 Yards; Scores 3 Times; Hosts Hold v 9-7 Advantage at Halftime BY GEORGE MANCOSKY Writer
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