This is where I’ve spent most of my life, in the greatest place in the world, my heaven! My parents moved from here. I’ve been on my own ever since I was fourteen years old. If it wasn’t for football, I would not have graduated from high school. I joined the navy in June 1951, honorably discharged, June 1955. I then started at the University of Montana, graduated in June 1958, with a BS in biology. In 1959, I ended up in VA mental ward, Long Beach, California. In 1963, I went into golf-course construction. I returned to Montana and worked many low-paying jobs. In 1986, I started Pollmann Turf Technology, landscaping successfully. In 1988, I retired to fi shing. Even though I was married eight times and divorced six times and suffered from numerous physical ailments, I’m a very happy eighty-year-old living in Montana on Flathead Lake, just seventy air miles from Glacier National Park.
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