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High School Day Falcons vs. Ohio Northern NOVEMBER 10, 1934
Ohio Northern Ada, Ohio versus
Bowling Green State College Bowling Green, Ohio
HIGH SCHOOL DAY
COLLEGE FIELD BOWLING GREEN, OHIO
November 10, 1934
The loyal support of the businessmen of Bowling Green last year made this style of program possible and through it hundreds of high school athletes were introduced to athletic activities in Bowling Green State College. In the confident belief that these programs are of great value in advertising the college, the publicity committee offers this, the fourth of a set of 1934 programs.
THE OFFICIAL PROGRAM Is published and distributed at home games by the Department of Publicity of the College-Community Organization. Revenues from the Official Football Program are used to publish this program and are utilized for no other purposes. The Department of Publicity expresses its appreciation of the wholehearted co-operation of everyone who helped to make this program possible. IVAN E. LAKE, '23 EDITOR MARSHALL SHERER, BUS. MANAGER PRICE
BOWLING GREEN COACHING STAFF For many years Bowling Green and Ohio Northern university have been meeting in football and basketball contests, thus developing a traditional rivalry between the Falcons and Bears, which we, today, are glad to continue. Our pleasure is even greater on this occasion, since we feel honored in being the final Ohio Conference opponent of a team which comes to this campus with its goal undefiled, resulting in it being undefeated and untied. Such distinction seldom is attained by a college team and we congratulate our neighboring friends from Ada upon their success. Bowling Green State expects to meet a team which will carry on the Ohio Northern traditions which we have so greatly admired in the past under the direction of Messrs. Clyde and Harris Lamb. Ohio Northern; we greet you!
W. E. Steller, Athletic Director P. E. Landis, Assistant Coach E. E. Andrews, Freshman Coach
OHIO NORTHERN COACHING STAFF We have always enjoyed having our athletic teams meet Bowling Green. Regardless of the outcome of previous games we can always expect to meet a team of stubborn resistance at Bowling Green with the traditional Bowling Green spirit. It is indeed a pleasure to carry on athletic relations with such men as Mr. Steller and Mr. Landis. We know that we can expect the highest sportsmanship from their teams. Clyde A. Lamb Director of Athletics Harris A. Lamb Football Coach
The Orange and Brown Home of aspiring souls, Our College stands On fertile plains where once roamed Indian bands, Where gorgeous sunsets tint the bending sky; Where pioneers strong in dust now lie; Keep thou the flame enkindled at their shrine Our hearts in beauty to entwine. Above unfurled, Our Standard staunch and true, Orange where the glow of sunset fades to blue, Brown for the faith of youth in Country dear Who gather in thy halls each year, Seeking thy truth to aid in fortune's quest Calmly distilling what is best. Who yet can sing thy honor and thy praise? Whose pen can write? whose voice in triumph raise? Wisdom and culture, purity of aim— What future glories crown thy name! The thousands come and gone will honor thee With thee in faith the years will be. Teach us, State College, to be loyal and brave, To search for truth and ne'er to be Time's slave; To set a light in this dark age of doubt, Put ignorance and fear to rout: Live on and on, unshackled and unblamed; Honored, and cherished and acclaimed. Prof. J. W. Carmichael
College Yells Bee Gee Rah, Bee Gee Rah! Rah! Rah! Bee Gee.
Te - - am, Te - - am, Te - - am, Rah! Rah! TEAM!
Team Rah! Team Rah! Rah! Rah! Team!
Rip! Zip! Bazo We Yell, We Yell Bee Gee Cha-hee cha-hi cha-ho Look at the Falcons GO! Your Pep! Your Pep You've Got It—Now Keep It Doggonit don't lose it Your Pep!
Prolonged s-s-s-s-s-s-s-s-s-s Boom! Clap or stump foot. Ah! Bee Gee E-e-e-e-e-e-e-e-e-e-e—Yah! E-e-e-e-e-e-e-e-e-e-e—Yah! Fight, Fight, FIGHT! Yea Team, Yea Team, Yea TEAM! Fight, Fight, Fight!
Bing-a-Lacka, Bing-a-Lacka, Bing, Bing, Bing Ching-a-Lacka, Ching-a-Lacka, Ching, Ching, Bing-a-Lacka, Ching-a-Lacka Bee Gee Will Win!
Bowling Green State college welcomes to the campus today many high school students who are here to help celebrate "High School Day" and it affords the school pleasure indeed to entertain them and to give them an opportunity to inspect the campus and it many fine buildings. Established in 1910 and started in 1914, the college is operated by the State of Ohio to give the people of the northwestern Ohio equal educational opportunities with those of other parts of the country. For that reason no tuition is charged and institutional fees consist only of nominal registration and laboratory assessments. Northwestern Ohio can look upon the local campus with pride. No other physical plant is any better. The campus of 105 acres abounds with beautiful, well constructed and equipped, modern school buildings. There are nine buildings on the campus as follows: Administration, Practical Arts, Science, Physical Education, Library, Training School, Williams Hall (dorm), Shatzel Hall (dorm) and the Heating plant. The outlay is estimated at over $2,225,000. The institution is organized into two coordinate units, a College of Liberal Arts and a College of Education. Since it's beginning in 1914, Bowling Green State college has been an institution of opportunity for students who have been unable to go to colleges or universities where expenses are high. It is estimated that the average expenditure of the Bowling Green student need not be more than $250 per year. Even this low cost can be materially reduced by students preparing their own meals and there are plenty of room available with kitchen privileges for those who desire to do so. Courses are offered in special subjects such as Music, Coaching, Home Economics, Commercial education, and the regular collegiate curriculum. Careful selection of courses in the Liberal Arts college gives students an opportunity for pre-medics, pre-law, pre-engineering, and pre-journalism. A college catalogue can be secured at the Registrar's Office or will be mailed to those who write to him asking for a copy.
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B, G.'s Physical Education Courses Under the new state law regarding the teaching of physical education and the coaching of athletics in Ohio, all coaches and physical education teachers in the public schools will be required to be credited with a "major" or "minor" in the course by September 1935 or they will not be permitted to continue teaching and coaching such courses. There are eight colleges and universities in Ohio granting both a major and a minor in physical education, Bowling Green State college being one of them. Forty hours of such training are offered here. The minimum for a minor is sixteen hours. The appeal to athletes to coach is strong and the fine courses for men are finding an increased enrollment of men enjoying preparation for future coaching jobs. The department is growing yearly and summer courses are also finding a popular attendance from athletes of other colleges.
The Bowling Green Football Squad
White Orange 12 27 21 13
75 31 32 51
54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 65 53 67 73 74 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84
15 17 25 26 28 22 30 24 11 19 20 23 14 18 29 34 32 33 31
Ross Albon Richard Wallace Rodney Lackey John Hartman Bruce Rudolph Bernard Overmier Robert Kruse Bernard Warner Earl Brooks Claude Bushong Carl McColloch James Greetham Ken Jackson A. Stevenson Ross Bateson Floyd Tippen Cloyce Wentling Robert Ruth Clifford Conrad Clifton Reed Dick Collins Eugene Riffle Cleo Allen Robert Lewis Darrell Lowell Carl Stephens Harold Ringer John Ihnat James Inman
36 36 37 35 35 36 37 36 35 37 36 37 36 36 37 36 35 36 37 36 37 37 37 35 36 35 36 37 37
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Pos. QB E G HB HB E T E HB C G T T E HB HB E G QB
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160 164 159 155 152 146 172 145 150 155 173 155 209 167 151 169 171 157 146 152 153 162 154 155 181 184 174 196 183
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PROBABLE LINEUP (Bowling Green) LE
Wallace 27 162
Stephens 34 178
Lowell 29 181
Reed 19 152
Ihnat 33 196
Wentling 24 169
Lewis 18 155
Bowl ing I Green Player Identification 12 27 Li 13
75 31 32 51
54 55 56 57 58
Ross Albon Richard Wallace Rodney Lackey John Hartman Bruce Rudolph Bernard Overmier Robert Kruse Bernard Warner Earl Brooks Claude Bushong
25 26 28 22 30 24 11 19
59 60 61 62 63 65 53 67 73 74
Carl McCoIIoch James Greetham Ken Jackson Audrey Stevenson Ross Bateson Floyd Tippen Cloyce Wentling Robert Ruth Clifford Conrad Clifton Reed
20 23 14 18 29 34 32 33 31
76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84
Dick Collins Eugene Riffle Cleo Allen Robert Lewis Darrell Lowell Carl Stephens Harold Ringer John Ihnat James Inman
First Numeral Is White Jersey Second Numeral Is Orange Jersey
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PROBABLE LINEUP (Ohio Northern) LE
Harmon 28 176
Knoblauch 41 181
Parish 38 170
Kyle 29 180
Ayers 44 186
Murphy 27 175
1 ] Fling 37 162
Brentlinger 33 175
Heikowsky 32 165
Blose 45 189
Burrey 42 195
Ohio Northern Player Identification 26—Frank Arrota 40—Charles Ash 44—Joe Ayers 34—Woodrow Bailey 45—Robert Blose 20—Harry Boyd 33—James Brentlinger 42—George Burrey 35—Paul Coniam 36—Steve Cseh
43- -Elmer Faber 37- —Jerry Fling 31- -Paul Fruend 28- —Ramon Harmon 32- —Robert Heikowsky 30- -Max Huber 41- —Herbert Knoblauch 29- —Elwood Kyle 15- —Leonard Lehtonen 27- -Virgil Murphy
12 25 38 24 39 22 21 23
-Robert Myers -Jack Owens -Leon Parish -Lowell Reese -Frederick Steiner -Layton Tracht -Earl Winegardner -Ronald Owens -Burdette Holmes
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The Ohio Northern Squad
No. 26 40 44 34 45 20 33 42 35 36 43 37 31 28 32 30 41 29 15 27 12 25 38 24 39 22 21 23
Name Arrota, Prank Ash, Charles Ayers, Joe Bailey, Woodrow Blose, Robert Boyd, Harry Brentlinger, James Burrey, George Coniam, Paul Cseh, Steve Paber, Elmer Fling, Jerry Freund, Paul Harmon, Ramon Heikowsky, Robert Huber, Max Knoblauch, Herbert Kyle, Elwood Lehtonen, Leonard Murphy, Virgil Myers, Robert Owens, Jack Parish, Leon Reese, Lowell Steiner, Frederick Tracht, Layton Winegardner, Earl Owens, Ronald
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HB T T HB HB HB QB FB E E T G G E QB HB T C C E G G G QB G E FB HB
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Many B. G. Grads Are Coaching Through the fine placement bureau facilities offered by Bowling Green State college graduates are able to find teaching and coaching positions after they have completed the courses. To list men who have been graduated in physical education here and have since become successful coaches in the country would require much space but a few who are head coaches or assistant coaches of various sports are as follows: Willard Ault, Cedarville college; Morris Bistline, Toledo Scott; Kenneth Mollenkopf, Toledo Waite; Carl Bachman, Findlay; John Swearingen, Fostoria; William Miller, Napoleon; Fred Marsh and F. G. Skibbie, Bowling Green; Howard Filiere, Cleveland Lincoln; Horace Pelton, Berea; Erwin Price, Brecksville; Bill Ogden, Fremont. Floyd Junkins, Tiffin Columbian; George Figgens, Lima South; Bill Thomas, Whitehouse; Ora Knecht, Lima Shawnee; S. F. Hesrick, Paulding; Harold Treece, Defiance; Bob Sheffer, Perrysburg; John Heubner, Tontogany, Etc., etc.
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL A small, but none-the-less fine Freshman squad has been reporting daily this fall to Coach E. E. Andrews, and on occasions have been a cause of much worry to tht defense of the B. G. Varsity in scrimmage. Many of them are certain to be found on the varsity next year if they are back and have made the scholastic hurdle. _ .... The squad of twenty-two men furnishes a number of experienced high school gridders. In the line are Roger Clemens, 230 pound tackle from Defiance; Bob Mustain, 160 pound guard, from Bowling Green; Pharon Heckler, 170 pound tackle, from Napoleon; Ken Snyder, 186 pound guard, from Continental; John Frontz, 165 pound end, from Piqua. Other linemen are Dale Kuhlman, 160, Pemberville, guard; Jason Moser 150, Wren, guard; Dwight Van Atta, 174, Richwood, end; Eugene Mann, 170, Holgate, guard; Charles Murry, 175, Richwood, tackle; Glenn Smith, 178, Bloomdale, end; Fredrick Graf, 151, B. G., end; James Kiger, 155, B. G., guard; Howard Burdick, 240, Risingsun, center; Elwood Reed, 175^ B. G., guard. , iM , ...... Several of the boys in the backfield list look like real varsity timber and three of them will make steller timber and possible letter winners next fall. Harland Kinney, 155 pound halfback,of Wauseon; Robert Young, 155 pound quarterback, of Sandusky, and Walter Schmdler, 140 pound halfback from Defiance, have made fine showings m scrimmages. Other backs are Earl Canterbury, 150, Portage; Ken Edwards, 171, Wayne; Verlin Johnson, 150, Oakwood; John Rinehart, 168, McComb; Ray Carter, 140, Fremont.
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Intramural Activities An extensive program of intramural athletics is operated by the Men's Physical Education Department throughout the year, resulting in active participation in various sports by several hundred men. Fraternities, houses, classes and organizations participate in speedball, basketball, handball, tennis, volleyball, track, horseshoe, ping-pong, baseball and the usual other sports tournaments each year. Activities are constantly finding men relaxing in wholesome games in the fine Physical Education Building with its spacious basketball court and many forms of gymnasium apparati. Wrestling and boxing are indoor sports which attract much interest in the winter. The yearly increase in the number of men students finds an equal increase in the scope of intramural activities.
Here is the Ohio Northern football squad which is going places and doing things in the Ohio conference this year. So far they are undefeated and their goal line has not been crossed. Reading from left to right (First row) : Bailey, and Tracht. Second row:
Cseh, Parish, Caniam, R. Owens, Arrota,
Heikowsky, Kyle, Fling, J. Owens, Freund, Steiner, Reese.
Third row: C. Lamb, athletic director; Burrey, Brentlinger, Huber, Blose, Boyd, Harmon, Tonchina. Fourth row: H. Lamb, coach; Ayers, Murphy, Faber, Ash, Knoblauch, Holmes, manager; Young, trainer.
1934-35 Basketball Schedule Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb.
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