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Saturday, NOVlember 3, 1934 TULANE STADIUM.

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The University Embraces the Following Departments: The College of Arts and Sciences The H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College for Women The College of Engineering The Graduate School The College of Law The School of Medicine The Graduate School of Medicine The College of Commerce and Business Administration The Courses for Teachers The Department of Middle American Research The School of Social Work The Summer Schools

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University of Mississippi VS.

TULANE AMERICAN FOOTBALL J934 SEASON

TULANE STADIUM Saturday. November 3, J934 2:00 p. m.

CONTENTS Cover Design-Featuring Dick Hardy. . Title Page. . . . . . . ..... . Ole Miss Photos . . . Ole Miss Squad Photo Gridiron Roundup. Tulane Photos. Tulane Photos . The Line-Ups. Tulane Photos . The Ros t ers . Alma Mater. " Time Out" . Cartoon . . . Tulane Photos. Tulane Greenbacks- Song

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Ube Greenie Vol. 4

NO·5

Copyright, 1934. Tulane Athletic Council. ( Note: The contents of this program are copuighted and may be reprinted only with permission of th .. puhlishers ) .

Official SOU\'enir Program of Tulane University Published for Each Home Game . .~


THE OLE MISS SQUAD

BOTTOM Row LEFT 'ro RIGHT - Madre, Breyer, Bernard, Williams, Rogers, David Wilson, Lackey, Peters, Quinn, Curtis, Sanders, Shoemaker. MIDDLE Row LEFT TO RIGHT - Gunter, Thames, Bartling, Roberson , Dickens, Mitchell, Alderman, Beddingfield, Baumsten, Neely, Rounsaville, Nelson, John Ferrill. BACK Row LEFT TO RIGHT - Buddy Wilson, Gill, Earl Hutson, Carruth, Berryhill, Poole, Mc\Villiams, Hapes, Mc\Vhorter, Walker, Chas. Ferrill, Marvin Hutson.

Record of Past Tulane-Ole Miss Games: 189 3-Tulane

4 ; Ole Miss 12

1914-Tulane

1894-Tulane

2; Ole Miss

8

1915-Tulane 8 ; Ole Miss 20

I 89 5-Tulane 28 ; Ole Miss

4

1916-Tulane 13; Ole Miss

I 896-Tulane 10; Ole Miss

0

1919-Tulane 27; Ole Miss 12

I 898-Tulane 14; Ole Miss

9

I 920-Tulane 32; Ole Miss

0

0; Ole Miss 17

192 I-Tulane 28 ; Ole Miss

0

0

1923-Tulane 19; Ole Miss

0

190 I-Tulane 25; Ole Miss II

I 925-Tulane 26; Ole Miss

7

1902-Tulane

0; Ole Miss 10

I 926-Tulane

6; Ole Miss

0

1906-Tulane

0 ; Ole Miss 17

I 92 7-Tulane I 0; Ole Miss

7

I 93 I-Tulane 3 I ; Ole Miss

0

1899-Tulane

1900-Tulane 12; Ole Miss

1908-Tulane 10; Ole Miss

0

1909-Tulane

0

5; Ole Miss

Recapitulation : Miss, won 8.

1910-Tulane 0; Ole Miss 16 5

6; Ole Miss 21

Tulane,

won

0

16; Ol e


THE GRIDIRON ROUNDUP The Demon Dopester missed three out of fifteen last week and is elated. The Old Gentleman is really chesty with only five losses in the last 37 "shots, " most of them rated near even or " toss up" affairs.

DARTMOUTH - YALE - The Hanover collegians ha.v e never been able to shake off the Bulldog jinx in all these years. On paper it seems their best opportunity to do it this year. Yet we have a hunch that Yale will keep up its tradition of never losing to the Green.

He has scanned the list of games the nation over this week and they hold no dangers for him, at least none in his estimation. Going out on the plank, we find the Demon's forecasts as follows:

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NOTRE DAME-PITT - Here's another hard one. We look for the Ramblers to take their second defeat of the year up at Pitt town.

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'BAMA - KENTUCKY - A rousing vote for the Crimson Tide. We can't see how Frank Thomas' Elephants can drop this one. They sayan Elephant never forgets-but it seems the Alabama jumbos have little to remember except the happy hours of cavorting in Touchdown Land .

TEMPLE - HOLY CROSS - Theoretically that defeat of the Crusaders at the hands of Colgate should have made them tougher but we wonder. We'll take them over to win a close one.

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MINNESOTA - MICHIGAN-This seems to at last be the year for Bernie Bierman to get Minnesota's long sought revenge on the Wolverines. Bernie has the stuff to do it.

••• DUKE-AU BURN-Wallace Wad e's men to get going again this week on a nother winning streak.

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CHICAGO-PURDUE-Clark Shaughnessy's Maroons to take Purdue. It might be appropriate, however, to recall that old one that "Chicago fears Purdue."

••• FLORIDA-GEORGIA-This seems to be one of the tougher ones to expert in view of the general results of the past two weeks. \Ve'll nod toward the Athens Bulldog.

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W I S CON S I N-NORTHWESTERNHere's the chance for the Badgers or Wildcats to finally break the losing streak. We lean in the direction of Northwestern.

••• GEORGIA TECH-NORTH CAROLINA -Another tough one. In view of Tech' s magnificent stand, we won't be surprised to see the T omado break into the winning column at last.

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TEXAS-SOUTHERN METHODIST-A real tough one but Ray Morrison 's Mustangs get our vote.

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CAL-SANTA CLARA-We went down with the Bears last week when they took the count from the Washington Huskies and we'll risk our chin again. You may recall that Santa Clara tied Sanford in the season opener.

TENNESSEE-FORD HAM-Another victory for Bob Neyland's Vols and a third successive defeat for Jimmy Crowley's Rams.

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VANDY-GEORGE WASHINGTON-A glance toward the Commodores.

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WASHINGTON STATE-ST. MARY'SThe Galloping Gaels are probably back in high gear but Babe Hollingsberry's men seem to be well oiled also . A weak vote for the Cougars.

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NAVY-W. & L.-The Generals are not bad but the Admirals are better. 0 ••

ARMY - ILLINOIS - The Mule to this one and continue on.

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STANFORD-U. C. L. A-Another toss up with Stanford getting the call.

PRINCETON - HARVARD-Fritz Crisler's Tigers in a walk.

That's nineteen chances for today which enough for even the old Demon.

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TULANE SQUAD TED COX, Coach 15 Tull, c

54 Brownson, q b

19 Saint, e

55 Smither, g

20 Hall, e

56 Mintz, h b

24 Flettrich, f b

57 McDaniel, q b

25 Mcilhenny, g

58 Ott, q b

26 Daly, t

59 Memtsas, e

28 Dombourian. g

60 Gould, c

32 Giovanni, q b

OLE MISS SQUAD ED WALKER, Coach

THE STARTING LINEUPS Breyer, g

21 McWilliams , t

Peters, q b

22 Bernard, f b

4 Madre, g

61 Bryan, h b

Rounsaville, e

25 Hutson, E., f b

34 Cooley, g

62 Tessier, G., g

Shoemaker, h b

26 Hutson, M., c

35 Dalovisio, e

63 Monk , g

36 Hillyer, e

64 Bruno, f b

37 Eddy, t

65 Hardy, e

38 Henderson, h b

66 L oftin, N., c

39 Nichols, h b

67 Freese, c

40 Kyle, e

68 Armstrong, g

41 Andrews, f b

Curtis, h b 9 Nelson, c

27 Sanders, e 28 Thames, e

10 Gunter, h b

29 Beddingfield, e

II Williams, h b

30 Gill, t

69 Tessier, R., t

12 Mitchell, q b

31 Poole. e

42 Thomas, h b

70 Simon, g

14 Bartling, q b

32 Lackey, h b

43 Johnson, h b

71 Linam, f b

15 Neely , h b

33 Roberson. e

44 5chneidau, e

72 Poitevent, g

45 Clark, e

73 Ary, t

16 Carruth, g

34 Wilson, D., g

46 Loftin, J., f b

74 Moss, t

17 Berryhill, e

35 Quinn, g

18 Rod ge rs, h b

36 Hapes, f b

19 Richardson , t

37 Baumsten, q b

75 Lodrigues, f b 76 Pace,t

49 Page , h b

77 Rau, q b

50 Odom , h b

78 Sanders, g

51 Preisser, e

79 Sinnott. t

52 Stroble, t

80 Thames, h b

53 Evans, g

20 Walker, t

OLE MISS

TULANE No.

24 Wilson, Wm., g

47 Simons, h b

(Subject to Change by Coaches)

23 Alderman, g

Dickens , t

48 Robin so n", c

Ole Miss vs. Tulane

59 69 70 48 53 73 40 54 56 47 75

Name

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Name

MemtsaL _______________ _____ L. E. R ______ Tessier, R. Simon ______ Robinson _ Evans ________ _.___ Ary _____

__ L. T. R --.----.-----------_ LG. R - - ----.--- .. -______ C. _______________________ _R.G. L. ___________ _R. T. L. ____ .. __

______ Wilson. W. ______ Gill ____ Breyer ___ Nelson _________ ___Carruth _____ Richardson _______________ Poole

Kyle ___ R.E.L. Brownson __ ___________ Q.8. ____ ... _--------+. - -- _____ Hutson, E. Mintz _____ ___ _____________ __L. H. R ______ Gunter __________ ___ ___ Curtis Simons __ . _ _ __ _____ R. H. L. ___ F. B. ______________ __ Bernard Lodrigues . 0 ______ -

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••• OFFICIALS Referee- Buck Cheeves (Georgia) Umpire- Dick Bray (Xavier) Head Linesman-Boyd Chambers (Dennison) Field Judge- Roy Striegel (Tennessee)

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TULANE ROSTER PLAYERNo. HOME15-Tull. Porter ____ ______ --------------- ________________________________________________ New Orleans ___________________________________________________________ ___ _ 19-5aint, Archie ________________________________ ... _____________________ . _______ ... _.. ____ New Orleans ____ ______________________ ___ _______ .. _______________ .. , __ .. __ _ 20-Hall. Thos. (Whitey ) ----------- _____________ ._ .. __ . _________________ . __ . ______ N ew Orleans .. ___ . ______ .. _. ______ . ________ . ________ . ______ . _____ .. _______ _ 24--Flettrich. Albert _. ______ _._. _______ __ ________________ ___ __ _____________ ______________ New Orleans ____________ _________________________________________ . ________ _ 25- Mclllhenny. PauL _______ ___________________________________ ____________ _____ _____ New Orleans ____________________________ __ _____________________________ . __ . 26-Daly. William _._. _________ . __ . _____________ . _______ ._. ________ ------·----------.---· New Orleans _____ .. ______ . ______ . __ . ___ . _____________ . _________ .. _.. ______ . 28-Dombourian, Azad .. _______________ .... ________ _________ ... _____ __ .. __________ _.' New Orleans .. __________________ ._. __________ ... ________ .... ______ .. ______ .

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56-Mintz, Barney ....................................................................... ew Orleans 57-McDaniel. John __ ______ ______________ _________________ ______________ ______________ ___ N Camden. A r k.............................................................. ____________ ____ __ _______________________ ____________________ _. 58- Ott. Wiltz _______________________________________ . _____________________________________ Osyka. Miss _______________________________________________ . ________________ . 59-Memtsas, Harold ................................................................. New 60-Gould. Ernes L ___________________________________________________ . _________________ N e w Orleans O r leans ............................................................. ____________________________ _________ _______________ _________ ._

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67-Freese, Sam ...................................... .............. ...................... Wheeling, W. Va ......................................................... . 68-Armstr on g, Woodrow .......................................................... B ig Sp rin g, T e·x as ...................................................... . 69-Tessier, Robt .......................................................................... N ew Orleans ..... ....... ....... ... ....... ............ .................. ... . 70-Simon, Robt .................................................. .. ...................... N ew Orleans ...................................................... ..... ... .

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__ 73-Ary. Roy ______ ___________ ______________________ __________ ___________________ ___________ __ Stigler. Okla. _____ ________ _______ ____ ________ ______________ . ______________ _ 74-Moss. William ______________________________________________________________________ Montgomery. Ala. ______ _____ _________ . _________________ _______________ _ 75-Lodrigues, Stanley ........................................ ................ ...... New Orleans .............................................................. . 76-Pace, David .......................................................................... Monroe, La ................................................................ . 77- Rau, Howard ......................................... ................................. Covington, La .............. ... ............... ........................... . 78-Sanders. Hadley ___________ . __ __________ ____________ ___ . ___ ________ ______________ __ Memphis. T enn. _________________________________________ ___ _____________ . 79-Sinnott. Cbas. _________________________ ________________________________ . _____________ Springfield. 111.. ____________________________________ . ____________________ _ 80-Thames. Louis ___________________________________________ .. ____________ ____ _________ Natalbany. La. __________ . _______________________________________________ _

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HB HB E T G QB G HB QB QB E C HB G G FB E C C G T G FB G T T FB T QB G T HB

WT. 175 168 178 194 185 190 205 187 190 180 160 183 154 170 170 191 171 172 185 180 198 190 186 170 172 170 184 19 1 176 19 6 176 194 176 170 180 167 193 180 173 19 1 193 190 210 228 186 180 20 1 200 198 178 185 171 170 192 167

UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI ROSTER No. PLAYERHOME2-Breyer, Alex........ .................. . .................... .... Meridian, Miss 3-Peters, Ned............ .................... . ....... ... .... ........ .... Louisville, Miss ... . 4--Madre, John. . . ........... ....... ........ Memphis, Tenn ...... .... .............. .. ....... .... .... ........ . 5-Dickens, Luther.. . ................... ............................. Brooklyn, Ark.... . ... .. ............ .................................. . 6-Rounsaville, C. L. .. . .. ......... ....... ......... ..... ....................... Tunica, Miss ... .... . 7-Shoelnaker, Allen ................ ............ .... .................................. Meridian, Miss .. . 8 - ·Curtis, Chester.......... . ........... ...... ............ Clarksdale, Miss . .. ......................... .. .......... .............. . 9-Nelson, Tex.............. . ........ ...... .. ......... Canton, Miss .......... lO--Gunter, G. A ............. ... .... ...... .. .............. . .. .. ......... .......... Kilmichael, Miss. II-Williams, Corley ......... . ......................... Clarksdale, Miss .. . 12- Mitchell, Joe.............. .. ............... . ........................ Tylertown, Miss .. 14-Bartling, McNeil ............................ ... . ........................... Itta Bena, Miss ... . 15--Neely. Wm _______ ______ _ ________ __________________ New Albany. Miss _ ___________ _____________ __ . _____ _ 16-Carruth, L e ster..... . ..... .......... ..... ... ....... Br·o okhaven, Miss ................................. . 17-Berryhill, Herman ......... .. ........ ..... . Learned, Miss....... . .............................................. . 18-Rodgers, Rab ........ ........ .............. . ...................... Tupelo, Miss ... ....... . .... ... ......... ... .... ............ . 19-Richardson, Wm.. . ....... ............... Philadelphia, Miss . . ............. ... ... ............................ . 20-Walker, Keith.......... . ...................... Morton, Miss ........................................... . 21-McWilliams, Howard ... . ...... ....... .............. ..... .. Benoit, Miss ......... ....... ............ ......... ....... . 22-Berna rd, D a ve ................. . ............................ Baldwyn, Miss .. ...... ........... ......... ..... ......... . 23-Alderman, Jas. D. ................. . .......... ................... McCarley, Miss .......... ....... ............. .. ...... .... . 24-WHson, Wm................. . .............. ...... ........ RuleviHe, Miss ........ .............. ....... .... ...... .. . . 25-Hutson, EarL ...... .......... . ............................ Brookhaven, Miss . . ............... .. . 26- Hutson, Marvin .............. .. . ....................... Brookhaven, Miss. . ..................................... . 27-Sanders, Alvin.................. .......... ............. . ...................... Longview, Miss ................. .......................... . 28-Thames, Wm. ....... . ................... Jackson, Miss .. . ................... . 29-Be ddingfield, Marcus ..................... . ...................... Meridian, Miss..... . ............ .. . 30-Gill, Virgil ................ ......... Meridian, Miss .................. ....... ............ .. ....... . 3I- Poole, Jas. E . ................. . ..................................... Gloster, Miss. .... . . ......... .... .... . 32-Lackey, HazeL ............. . ............... Morton, Miss. ............ . ..................... . 33-Roherson, She d ... ......... . ........... ..Clarksdale, Miss... . ..... ...................... . 34-Wilson, David.. ................ . .. ..................... ........ Louisville, Miss ......... . .................................. . 35-Quinn. PauL _______________ ______ ______ ____ _________ ____ ____ _____ _Water Valley. Miss ___ ____ ____________ _______________________ _ 3 6-Hapes, Clarence.................... ..................... .Oxford, Miss ... ...... . ....... .... ... ...................... . 37-Baumsten, Herb J................. . ........ ........ .................. Baldwyn, Miss. . .............................................. .

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POS. G QB G T E HB HB C HB HB QB QB HB G E HB T T T FB G G FB C E E E T E HB E G G FB QB

WT_ 170 170 180 190 166 160 150 170 170 145 180 170 170 190 175 165 205 180 200 180 195 185 201 180 165 155 165 200 200 150 165 175 170 235 160


Simons' Weekly Touchdown ,<

Claude ( Monk ) Simons. Jr.. is here shown in his weekly touchdown run. He raced 42 yards for the first touchdown against Georgia Tech last Saturday .

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TULANE ALMA MAT ER (Sing as the Band Plays) We praise thee for thy past, 0 Alma Mater! Thy hand hath done its work full faithfully I The incense of thy spirit hath ascended And filled America from sea to sea I

II We praise thee for thy present, Alma Mater! Today t h y C h ildren look to thee for bread I Thou leadest them to dreams and actions splendid I The h unger of their soul is richly fed I

III We praise t h ee for thy future, Alma Materl The vista of i ts glory gleameth far I We ever shall be part of thee, great Motherl T h ere thou wilt be w h ere e'er thy children are I CHORUS Olive, Green and Blue, we love thee I Pledge we now our fealty true Where the trees are ever greenest, Whe r e the skies are purest blue I Hear us now, 0 Tulane, hear usl As we proudly sing to thee I Take from us our hearts' devotion I Thine we are, and thine shall be I

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OUI' Times have certainly changed. It used to take two sheep two years to produ c e material for a well dressed woman-now a silkworm can do it on his Sunday afternoon off.

Who was the last man to box John The undertaker.

L. Sullivan?

••• I call my girl streamline because she offers no resistance .

••• "I hear you lost your temper?" "Yes, but she' ll be back ."

••• Old Gentleman: "Who made you, my little man?" Boy: "God made part of me. Old Gent: "What do you mean part of you?" Boy : "Well, he made me little, and I just growed the rest myself."

••• He: "They've dropped anchor again. She: "Serves them right. They've had it dangling over the side all morning."

••• Him: "And why do you call me Pilgrim?" Her: "Well, every time I call you, you make a little Progress . "

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He: "Do you know the secret of popularity?" She: "Yes, but mother says mustn't."

Little Jane: "My sister can ride, play golf, and tennis, and do everything a man can do." Little June: ''I'll bet she can' t scratch a match like my Dad can."

••• Neighbor: "I hear you have a new baby in your house. Is it going to stay?" Small Child : "Well, it looks that way now . He's got all his clothes off."

••• He: "Let's get married or something. " She: " Let's get married or nothing."

1934 Tulane Football Schedule Sept. 29-Tulane 41, Chattanooga O. Oct. 6- Tulane 13, Auburn O. Oct. 13-Tulane 28, Florida 12. Oct. 20-Tulane 7, Georgia 6. Oct. 27-Tulane 20, Georgia Tech 12. Nov. 3-University of Mississippi at New Orleans Nov. IO-Colgate at New York Nov. 17-Kentucky at Lexington, Ky. Nov. 24-Sewanee at New Orleans Dec. I-Louisiana State at Baton Rouge, La.

To love a young girl is education but to love a young widow is post graduate work.

••• Then there was the girl who was so dumb that she thought assets were little donkeys.

••• "Doncha believe them cartoonists, honey," says the plumber to his wife, "I ain't never found any lady in no tub."

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"She Couldn't Take It" Mary had a little lamb A lobster and some prunes, A glass of milk, a piece of pie, And then some macaroons. It made the naughty waiters grin To see her order so, And when they carried Mary out Her face was white as snow.

••• Cu~ious O!? Lady: "Why you've lost your leg,

Fresh: "Has that girl lost her dress, or am I seeing things?" Soph: "Both."

haven t you? Cripple: "Well, darned if I haven't,"

A modern girl is one who can meet the wolf at the door and come out with a fur coat.

"Is your baby a boy or a girl?" "Of course, what else could it be?"

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LEFT - Hands above h.od: SCOR E. (Used

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graphic presentation of

PtA YER ILLEGALLY IN MOTrO N. {Penalty. 5 yards, If from shift 01 huddle 15 yard..,

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Palms

of hands together indio cates a safety.)

devised to tell the stands

the nature of any pen-

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BELOW - Arm. folded: FLYING BLOCK OR TACKLE (Penally. 6 vards.1

ABOVE-Holding one wrist. HOLDING (Pen. alty-by offense , 15 yards: by d'efens • . 5 yord••1

ABOVE-Pu.hing movement of hands to

front

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bali-carrier, 15 yards: otherwise. 5 yards.)

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hands forward from

shoulders: INTERFER. ENCE WITH FOR· WARD PASS. OR PASS TOUCHING INELIGI. BLE PLAYER. {Penalty. if

interference

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BELOW-Waving hand bohind back: I LLEGAL FORWARD PASS.

ABOV E-Swinging

arms horizontally: USED

TO INDICATE INCOM. PLETE PASS. MISSED FIELD GOAL OR CON. VERT. HC

offense,

I S yards; otherwise, ball

to opponents at point of foul.,

ABOVE - Hands on hi ps: OFFSIDE. {Pe .. alty. 5 y.rd •. ,

ABOVE-Militory so· luto: UNNECESSARY ROUGHNESS. ILLE. GAL DEFENSIVE USE OF HANDS. (Penalty, 15 yards.) ALSO USED FOR FLAGRANT ROUGHING. (Penalty. half distance to goal line

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