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The "Codger Pole" Football Memorial, Colfax, Washington - 16x24 Digital Photo Painting : Gone to Look for America - Patrick Alan Swigart © 2009 USA
The "Codger Pole" Football Memorial, Colfax, Washington - 16x24 Digital Photo Painting : Gone to Look for America - Patrick Alan Swigart © 2009 USA
VIEW "LARGE" OR "ORIGINAL" Found: Dauntless American spirit, rivalry/camaraderie and love of the game. The Inscription in the stone plaque (not visible) explains the story: The Codger Pole: The Legend "Armistice Day 1938, our coach said, "Well, men, it'll be a white field with black lines," which his way of telling us the game was still on. We seniors were anxious to play in spite of the snow. We'd had a poor season and it was our last chance to nab a little glory if any was to be had. So we scrounged heavy sox and long-johns, slapped mud-cleats on our old worn-out high tops, grabbed a leather helmet and went out there. "Our tiny cheering section sat there in their hand-me-down depression duds, trying to ignore the biting cold while they watched Pete Christensen, the St. John Fullback, pile-up all the points that afternoon. We hobbled off that frozen field muttering how we'd like to get 'em back out there some day. I guess that's when the Codger Bowl was conceived. "It hatched fifty years later when I got the boys of '38 to come back to the same field and replay that game. And that week in September of '88, the band played, "You've got to be a football hero," and sixty old bucks went limping back through a tunnel of memories to embrace the year 1938. "Master Carver, Jonathan Labenne's superb talent and whimsy captured the warmth, fun, and love Colfax and St. John shared while we codgers cavorted about the field in school colors wearing our numbers from a half-century ago. "The ghosts of our youth revealed glimpses of gridiron brilliance, unfortunately brief and few but even so, that glorious afternoon of fun gave us guys a chance to fulfill that dream every seventy-year old kid secretly hangs onto: playing one more game. "And how many old rascals ever get to do that?" -- John Crawford; Codger Pole Dedication, September 15, 1991 The memorial is made with 5 poles, four at the base and one fastened at the center to rise above the others. There are 51 faces carved here in a style that reminds me of Max Fleischer (Popeye, Betty Boop, Gulliver's Travels). The character at the top is running with both arms clutching a football and his white beard flowing back. I don't think it is paint, but white bird guano atop their helmets but it is reminiscent of the snow from that day in 1938. Colfax, Washington is the hometown of Yakima Canutt, the Rodeo Champion, who went on to play John Wayne's stunt double in so many movies (most famous for falling off stages that run over him, then grabbing the rear of the coach and climbing back up to take control -- or jumping to the team of horses, and deathly close to the horses pounding hooves, crawls under or atop pair by pair until he gets to the lead horses to rein them in and save the lady in the stagecoach. I don't know that he played in this codger game, but that is probably the stuff these guys were made from that did play.
July 16, 2009
July 16, 2009
I think I've finally gotten my mojo back in taking self portraits for this agonizing project. And I think I know why: I feel threatened that there are some of my friends who are randomly getting digital SLRs. I have competition now and I must step back into the game. About today: I went to watch Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince today with Sweden and Melissa. It was just as amazing watching it the second time, if not better, since I was reciting lines to Melissa as the movie was progressing. Immediately after, I saw my own friends Shawn and Rahul trying to sneak into Bruno, which I heard was an utter fail and that the actor crosses the line multiple times. Melissa, Sweden, and I get ice cream at Haagan Dazs, go to the park, and literally hang around on the monkey bars––until this old Indian man who cleans the park demanded we get off. I was disgusted by his smirk, so I stared him down for a bit, until he walked off. I'm hungry and there's nothing to eat at home... I don't wanna cook anything because there's nothing to cook. Maybe penne alla vodka, but I'd have to bring a lot of stuff out. Oh well, I'll give it a go anyways! "You possess the grand gift of silence, and for that, a great companion." ––Sherlock Holmes, Robert Downey, Jr.

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