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TOM FOUDY, DIRECTOR » » MARTIN HILL BILL SMITH « « AL McKEEVER ED HOGAN » » BILL CULLENWARD Squads, names and 1t11mbrrs, copyrighted, 1934, Saint Mary's College Board of Atbletic Control . . . . Reprilltillg permission granted to llC1flSpapers only .


eDWARD P. "SLIP" MADIGAN HEAD COACH SAINT MARY'S COLLEGE


BEST IN THE WEST By Tom Foudy Today we witness a sporting spectacle unparalleled in San Francisco's storybook of glamour. On the chalk-barred turf of Kezar are meeting two giants of the FarWestern football world, exemplifying the highest ideals of the Homeric legend-" courage, perfection, combat and gallantry. Supplying the background of legendary pageantry are the martial tones of precisioned bands, the frenzied cries of encouragement from each combatant's fellows, and the massed roar of 60,000the greatest crowd to ever witness a football game in San Francisco. What a spectacle! What a tribute to the athletic prowess of teams from two small Catholic colleges, and to the coaching genius of the builders of those teams, Maurice L. "Clipper" Smith of Santa Clara and Edward P. "Slip" Madigan of St. Mary's! The game marks the thirteenth annual renewal of football competition between the Far-West's most famed athletic rivals. Of the twelve games played, Santa Clara won one, Saint Mary's ten, and last year the two elevens battled to a standoff, 6 to 6. Santa Clarans, this afternoon, come to the traditional scene of the conflict with hopes of victory buoyed higher than at any time in the last decade of despair. Experts are agreed that the unit Coach

"Clipper" Smith sends forth today is the finest team he ever moulded. The Broncos, as they are called, have swept through the teams of Nevada, San Francisco, Loyola, Olympic Club, Fresno State and California. Stanford, the only other undefeated major team on the Pacific Coast, held the Broncos to a tie, 7 to 7. Victory this afternoon will assure them at least an even share of a mythical Coast championship. Coach "Slip" Madigan of Saint Mary's will present another typically great team. Main smudge on the Gaels' record during the current campaign is an inexplicable 7 to 9 loss to an inferior Nevada team. Were it not for that St. Mary's string of triumphs would be nearly as impressive as that of Santa Clara, for Columbia College, California, Fordham, and Washington State have all felt the sting of Gael superiority this season. Santa Clara is blessed with such an abundance of football talent this year that Coach "Clipper" pins his fondest hopes of winning on wearying the opposition before the onslaughts of two equi-able teams. The backfields of both afford exceptional passing, kicking and running threats, and no rival to date has been able to match that display of force. Frank Sobrero, a ISO-pound senior at left halfback, leads the first half of the Bronco onslaught. With Mattos he is perhaps the best passer in the nation and it was his aerial shot to Quarterback "Salty" Salatino that gave Santa Clara six points and a tie a year ago in the Gael game. The versatile Sobrero will also do the punting, while, in the game, and against California two weeks ago he reeled off more than one hundred yards running with the ball. Bob Bosshardt, most able as a blocker, and the aforementioned Salatino, who is pretty close to being the Coast's outstanding quarterback, are the other offensive


threats in the Bronco's opening backfield. Three sophomores, Don DeRosa, Frank Thomas and "Flash" Falaschi, and a junior, "Frisky" Kaliski, comprise the alternate quartet. DeRosa assumes the Sobrero role and his accurate tosses to Thomas have dealt disaster to three foes already this season. Thomas and Kaliski supply a running threat, with Falaschi doing the line-splintering. St. Mary's answer to these avanclOUS yard-gainers is a rock-ribbed forward wall that yielded an avera~e of but two first-downs apiece to the first five teams that stormed it. From left to right they are Felix Pennino, Herm Meister, Marty Kordick, Wag Jorgensen, Nebb Elduayan, John Yezerski and Vic Strub. The latter is a recent acquisition and replaced Eddie Erdelatz, St. Mary's great end, who is out of the game with an infected leg. Can these seven sturdy stalwarts weather the fire of the flock of substitutes Santa Clara will send into the game? That is the question upon which hangs the outcome of the ball game. Coach Madigan and St. Mary's supporters believe they can for most of them played sixty-minutes against California, Fordham and Washington State without any noticeable letdown in ability. St. Mary's offensive will be built primarily around Al Nichelini, Herb Schreiber, Mal Fiese, "Kelly" Kellogg and Harry Mattos. Walt Harris, a senior, and Floyd Maxham, a sophomore, will probably be the only other backfield men to see action for the Red and Blue. It was "Ambling ' AI" Nichelini who shattered Santa Clara's hopes a year ago. On the first play of that memorable game he shot sixty-six yards off tackle for the Gael touchdown. Two years ago h.e dashed fifteen yards around the Bronco flank and produced six points that helped win that game. Many a Gael adherent

thinks the Chief Galloper is due to repeat again this year. Schreiber and Mattos add the necessary touch of uncertainty to the St. Mary's attack. Both can be depended upon to keep the opposition in a quandary with their alternate dashing and passing. Mattos, a ISO-pound junior from Oakland, is the most uncanny thrower in the archives of Moraga. He can hurl a football 75 yards, and passed the Gaels to victory over Fordham and Washington State. Quarterback Mal Fiese, a Salinas boy and the lightest man in either lineup, will attempt to maintain his superb punting. In the past Erdelatz has relieved him, but today Floyd Maxham, a sophomore from Los Angeles, will do the kicking when Fiese is out of the game. Maxham's insertion will mean that Nichelini must come out of the game as he is a right halfback. Red Harris will fill in for Fiese at quarterback when the latter is not in the game. He is an ace ball-carrier in his own right and paired with Kellogg at fullback provides the best blocking on the St. Mary's squad. Thus, you see how statistically and materially the two teams stack up. There is little to choose between either and with the sturdy defenses both present it is highly probable that passes will decide the game. On this score victory will no doubt go to the eleven not only offering the best aerial attack but also the best defense against the same. It is not improbable that the intangible "breaks" may decide the game. A crucial fumble, missed assignment or important penalty may well turn the tide of battle. In this realm of uncertainty it is interesting to know that this is Madigan's thirteenth game at St. Mary's against teams from Santa Clara. Unimportant, you say? Well, the next two hours will tell.


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2 Hall, q

29 Higgins, c

3 Seramin, q

32 Arnerich, e

6 Bonelli, q 17 Jorge, t

5 8 Meister, t

18 Preston, t

59 Jorgensen,

33 Gadonski,

21 Flynn, q

60 Yezerski, t

6 Thomas, h

35 Campbell, c

22 Scott, e

61 Keran, t

7 Kaliski, h

36 Bosshardt, h

23 Popovich, g

62 Haloski, t

8 Carl sen, h

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10 Sobrero, h

39 I-hugh ian, t

11 Nichols, e

40 Pifer, f

12 De Rosa, h

41 Vukota, q

1 3 Perkins, £

42 Smith, e

15 Spadefore, g

43 Dutton, e

16 Bassi, g

45 Svoboda, f

17 Helmstein, g

46 McCusker, c

18 Schick, t

47 McGee, t

21 Sullivan, q

48 McGuire, q

22 Chandler,

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23 Gisler, g

5 1 Rodgers, g

24 Breen, e

52 Cristina, h

26 Dunstan, t

53 Clark, t

27 Dowd, g

54 Mitchell, q

28 Falaschi, f

\ 5 Cordera, c

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57 Elduayan, g

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4'7 McGee . _______ .__________.___ L. T. R. ______ . _________________Y ezerski 60

37 Summers, h 38 Groux, h 39 Miller, h 40 Mackey, h 41 Steele, t 42 O'Loughlin, h 43 Adams, c 44 Giannoni, t 45 Brickner,e 46 Pendleton, e 47 Jirsa, c 48 Kordick, g 49 Conlee, c 50 Mattos, h 5 I Cassidy, f 52 Maxham, h 53 Harris, q 54 Dennerlein, t 55 Sill, q \ 6 Fiese, q

66 Minogue, g 67 Morse, £ 68 Erdelatz, e

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69 Pennino, e

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70 Ragle, g 71 Owens, t 72 Schreiber, h 73 Willett, q 74 Austin, e 75 Kellogg, f 76 Nichelini, h 77 Hallman, h 78 O'Connor, g 79 Brown, q 80 Curtin, £ 81 McKinney, h 82 Strub, e 83 Con rotto, f 84 Bracco, e

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37 Finney________ _____________ R. E. L. ______. ____ c _________ Pennino 69 4 Sala tino ___________________________ Q . __________________________________ Fiese 56 10 Sobrero _____ ..________ ________ L. H. R ..______________________ Nichelini 76 7 Kaliski ________________________ R. H. L. ____________________ Schreiber 72 36 Bosshardt ________________ .... _____ F . ._____________________________ Kellogg 75


SAlTA SPORT SPARKS By Ed Hogan There will be eleven visible members of the 1934 Moraga Minutemen on the field below today as the whistle announces this most crucial of all the annual St. Mary'sSanta Clara grid classics, but in reality there will be twelve men. The twelfth is here in spirit, although he lies on a white hospital cot ten miles away, while the roar of battle gains in volume. With all the fervor of his youthful soul he would wish to take his rightful place on this greensward, but that uncompromising entity, fate, with a somewhat dramatic - although unfortunate - flourish has decreed otherwise. Even as St. Mary's and Santa Clara face each other tensely in the center of this packed bowl the greatest end since that epic afternoon in '27 when Ike Frankian helped vanquish the magnificent Stanford Red varsity listens for the voice which will bring the game-his game-to the bedside in Providence Hospital, Oakland. Eddie Erdelatz is the phantom Gael who will play just as vital a part in today's tourney as if he were physically present in his old right end position. For, you see, this game is being fought for Eddie by his grid brothers. They did not take any ostentatious vow in the dressing

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room-there communications are tacit, the mutual feeling of an appreciative group who understand. The good Senor, his staff, the campus initiates and the varsity eleven have accepted this loss stoically-it is too late to go soft at this stage of the game. But somehow it just doesn't seem possible, the man who was groomed to carry the defensive fight into the Padre's backfield, who was to engage in a spirited but friendly duel of wits and grid stamina with Nello Falaschi, who was to be the salient star in this and subsequent Gael games-out of the contest. Erdelatz, the man who was first out on the practice field, who returned from every contest the most bruised and battered, who caught seemingly impossible passes with magnetic hands, who kicked and tackled amazingly, out-ran and outmaneuvered opponents with a conscious verve, will play no more football for St. Mary's this year. An old leg injury, aggravated in the Fordham game-where the Runyons and Corums, the big names of the sports scribendi, hailed him as "the greatest end to appear before a New York throng this year"-and definitely agitated in the Washington State contest, places him on the grid sidelines. But he will be back next year to sweep across the western football horizon with all the eclat and zest of old, to justify his place-already justified and proven to the students and intimates of Don Joaquin Moraga's pleasant valley-in the immortal legion of Strader, Frankian, Bettencourt, Fischer, Brothers Canrinus ....

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Moraga varsity gridders do not confine their genius to the coast's stadii specifically. Some of the more urbanized charges of Slip Madigan are taking to the rostrum and the debating platform during their , leisure hours. Witness the case of Joe Cassidy, second team fullback; Wag Jorgenson, varsity center, and Walter Kharakan Harris, quarterback - halfback - guardthese three are the Gael huskies who are adept at repartee. They enjoy the distinction of being the only organized football players' forensic society in the country. On the recent invasion of Gotham they challenged Jimmy Crowley's intelligent young men to a verbal duel, but the Rose Hill gladiators preferred to do all their arguing in the shadow of Coogan's Bluff.

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From 1933 frosh center to fifth string guard to first team guard- that's the epic of Martin Kordick, only sophomore playing on Madigan's first eleven.

Moraga Minutemen and their entourage went on a veritable Cook's Tour on the recent Gotham invasion. Some 8072 miles, including a day and night in the Canadian Rockies, were consumed via rail.

It is said that Notre Dame's famed Fighting Irish boast a diversified roster when it comes to lineage, but the Gaels'

ranking three varSItIes present a plentitude of clashing nationalities. The first thirty-four players are classified somewhat as follows: Irish-correct! -10, German 10, Italian 3, French 2, Scotch 2, Polish 2, Danish 1, English 1, Slavish '2, Portuguese 1.

Can you imagine, the coach of the Mare Island Apprentices once kicked Al Nichelini off his squad for inability?

Jerry Dennerlein, who probably won't see action at all this annum, is the biggest gormandizer on the squad. The other training table-ites are rather timid about sitting near Jerry. It's a six, two and 'even shot that you'll suffer a slow death.

Ed McSweeney, Edward Patrick's super-efficient secretary and general work horse, is the most diligent workman at the Moraga school. Ed never takes a rest. He's buried ear-deep with "Slip's" correspondence each morning. During the hours of practice Mac is the handy man on the football fields.

The "Mr. X" that United Pressman Henry McLemore made famous was a composite of Bob McAndrews, Lou LeFevre and Will Stevens, all top-guns in the "Affaires de Gael."


SAlTA (LAltA 1934 Varsity Football No. 2

NAME

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Hall, William ____________________________ Qu arter.. _______________ .2 L _______________ 17 1.._______________ 5.9 _______________ .F rosh, 1933 ____ San Luis Obispo Seram in, Harold _____ ~____________________ Quarter.. _____________ ._ 21 ___________ _. ___ 175 __________________ 5.1 O_____________ .Frosh, 1933 ___________ San Francisco

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Salatino, J oseph _____________________ .. ______ Quarter -------__________.22 _______________ _ 173 _________________ 6.0 _______________ 2 years Varsity Tacoma, \Vasl1.

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Thomas, Henry _________________________________ Half ----____________18 __ __________ _____18 8 _________________5.1 L _ _________ F rosh, 1933 ____________________ Crockett

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Kaliski, Raymond _. _____ . ________________ . ____ HaIL ___.-___________.20 ________________ 185 ___________ ______ 5.10 ______________ 1 year Varsity ______________ Oakland

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Brown, Bryce ____________ ___________________________ End -------______ ____ 19 ______________ .. _. 18 0 _________________ _6.0 _______________ Frosh, 1933 _______________________ Salinas

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Sobrero, Frank . _________ _________________________ HaIL _______________.21 _______________._ 195 __________ _______ 6.1 _______________ 2 years Varsity ______________ Oakland

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Nichols, Robert ___________________________.____ End _______________ 20 _______________ . 184 _________________ 6.1.. _____________Frosh, 193 L ___________ ___ . Los Gatos

C~rlsen,

Harold ______________________________ --- HaIL _______________.21 ________ ________ . 181 _________________ 6.0. _______________ 1 year Varsity _____ Seattle, Wash.

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De Rosa, Donald ___ ____________________________ _ HaIL _______________ 18 __________________ 18 5 ____________ ______ 5.1 O______________ Frosh; 193 L _________________ Concord

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Perkins, Ch ris ________________________ _____________ Full ________________ 21 ________________ 1 85 _________________ 5.10 ______________ F rosh. 193 3 _____________ San ta Clara

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Spadefore, Louis ________________________________ Guard ________________.2 1.. ________________20 6_________________ 5.9 ____________ ___ 2 years Varsity ____ Tacoma, Wash.

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Bassi, Richard .. __ .. _____ . ____________________ Guard --_______________19 ________________ 204 _________________ 5.10 _____________Frosh, 1933 ______ San Luis Obispo

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Helmstein, Homer ___________________. ________ Guard _______________ .20 _________________ 188 ___________________ 5.1 O______________Frosh, 1933 ____________________Alameda

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Schick, Floyd ___________________________________Tackle ________________ _20 ____ _____________ 20 1 ________________ _. 6.0 ________________ Frosh, 1933 ___________ Seattle, Wash.

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Sullivan, Joseph ____________________________ Quarter _________________.2 1.. ________________ 165 __________________ 5.11.. ____________1 year Varsity __________ Menlo Park

22

Chandler, Clyde ___________________________ Tackle _________________20 __________________ I96 ___________ _____ 6.1.. ____________ Frosh, 1933 _Bonners Ferry, Ida.

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Gisler, O scar ____________________________________ Guard _________________21.._______________ 178 _________________ 5.1 0 _____________ Frosh, 193 L ________ San Francisco

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Breen, James __ ____________________________________ End _________________21 __________________ 17 5 _________________ 5.11 _____________-1 r. College, 1 year _______ Hollister

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Dunstan, Elwyn _____________________________ Tackle _______________ 20 __________________ 23 5-----_____________ 6.2 ______________ .1 r. College, 1 year __________ O ak land

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Dowd, Vilas ____________________________________ Guard ___________ ____ 21.. _______________ 181.. _______________5.1 1..__________1 year Varsity _____ Seattle, Wash.

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Falaschi, Nello ________ . _________________________ FulL ____________._.20 ________________ . 19 5__________________ 6.0 _______________ Frosh, 1933 _________________ Los Gatos

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Higgins, Glen ____________________________________ Cen ter ________________ 21 __________________ 189 _________________ 5.11 _____________ 1 year Varsity ________________ Glen dale

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Arnerich, James ____________________________________End ________________ 2 L ______________ _ 19 6.. _______________ 6.2 ________________ 2 years Varsity _____________ San Jose

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Gadonski, Carl ________________________________ Tackle ________________.2 L _______________ 198.. _______________ 6. 1.._____________ -1r. College,

year.. __ ________ Covina year _________ Oakland

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Campbell, Burns . ______ _________________________ End ___ _____________ _ 20 _______________ _190 ________________ 6.0. __________ Jr. College,

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Bosshardt, Bob ____________________________________ HaIL _______________ 23 ____________ _____ 190 _________________ 5. 10 _____._______ 2 years Varsity _____ Parma, Idaho

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Finney, Norman ________________________________ End ________________ 20 ______________._ .. 18 8 ._______ .. _____.. _6. 0 ___________ .___ Frosh, 1933 _________ . _______ Piedmont

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Elliot, C larence ___. _________. ________________ .. __ Center __________ .. ___.22 ____________ . ____ 190 _________________. 5.11.. ____________ 1 year Varsity ____ San Luis Obispo

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Haughian, Richard __. ______________ . __ ._ .. _. Tackle ________ ..______ .2 1________________ _ 195 __________________ 6.1 ________________ 1 year Varsity _____ Seattle, Wash.

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Pifer, Joh n _____________________________________ _ Full ________________ 19 ________________19 5..________________ 6. 1..___________ Frosh, 193 L ______ Olympia, Wash.

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Vukota, Francis ______________________________Quarter __________________ 19 ________________ 175 _________________ 5.8 _______________ Frosh, 1933 _________________ Livermore

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Smith, Frank ________________________________________End ________________ .2 L _______________ 18 6 _________; ________ 6.0 _______________ Frosh, 193 L ______San Luis Obispo

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Dutton, William ________________________________ _End ________________ 21 ________________ 190 ________________ 6.0 ______________. Jr. College, 1 year.. ________ Berkeley

45

Svoboda, Harold _________________________________ FuIL _______________ .2 1..________________182 __________________5.11 ______________ 1 yea r Varsity __________ Los Angeles

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McCusker, Owen __________________________ Center _________________ 19 ._________________ 20 1. _________________ 6. L _______________ Frosh, 1933 __________San Francisco

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McGee, Robert ______________________________ Tackle __________________ 21 _______________ 204 _. _______________6.2 ________________Frosh, 1933 _________ San Francisco

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McGuire, Robert ____ ____________________ _ Quarter ________________ .2 0 _________ -. _____ 1 50 ________________ 5.10 _____________ F rosh, 1933 __________ _San ta Clara

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D elmas, Emery ________________________________ Guard _______________ _20 ____________ ____ 184 _________________ 5.1 L ___________ 1 year Varsity _______________ San Jose

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Rodgers, Lionel _________________ ~ _______ . ____ Guard ________________ 21 ________________ _ 183 .________________ 5.10 _____________ Frosh, 1933 ____________________ Vallejo

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Cristina, Vernon __________________________________ HaIL ________________2 0 ________________ 168 _________________ 5.1 0 _____________ F rosh, 1932 __________________ San Jose

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Clark, Edward _____________________________ Tackle _________________22 ________________ 198 ________________ 6.1 _______________ _1 year Varsity ____ Sequin, Wash.

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Mitchell, Burke __________ _________________ Quarter _______________._20 _________ ______ . __15 5 _________________ 5.7 ______________ F rosh, 1932 _____________ .. ___ San J ose

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Corder a, Robert ______ ______________________ CenreL _______________20 _____________ .. __ 19 5 __________________ 6.0 _______________ Frosh, 1933 _______________ ______ Salinas

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POSITION AGE \'(TEIGH T HEIGHT EXPERIENCE HOME No. NAME 6 Bonelli, Noel .________________ __ Quarter___________________22 ________________ ___ 16 5-----------______ 5. 10 _________________ 2 years Varsity ________ Los Angeles 17 Jorge, Ernie ____________________ T ackle. _______________ 19 ___________________ 1 83 _______________ 5.1 '--_______________Frosh ' 33 ________________ Turlock 18 Preston, Jim ______________________ Tackle. _________________ 2 3.. _________________ 185 ----------_________6. '--__________________ 1 year Varsity ______________ Tulare

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Flynn, Jim ______________________ QuarteL ____ ______________ 2 2 ___________________ 168 -----------______ 5.9 __________ __________ 2 years Varsity ______ __ Sacramento Scott, Bill __________________________ End ________________ 2 3.. __ _______________ 1 82.. __ _______________6.0 ___________________1 year Varsity ______ ______ Marysville

37

Summers, Jim ______________________ Half __________________ 2 0 ____________________170 ___________________ 5.9 ___________________ _ F rash ' 33 ___________ San Francisco

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G raux, Les ___________________________ Half _________________ 1 9 __ ___________ _____ 1 82 -----_____________6. 0 _________________ F rash ' 33 ____________________ Oak land Miller, Sam ___________________________ Half _____________ : ______ 1 8 _____ ______________ 1 8 5---------___________ 5. 11 __________________ F rash ' 3 3 ________________ Da vis Creek Mackey, Rea __________________________ Half ___________________ 2 1___________________ 170 -------___________ 5.9 ___________________ F rash '32 ____________________ Hanford Steele, Bob ________________________ Tackle ___________________ 2 1.. _________________ 17 L __________________ 6.2 __________________ I year Varsity ______________ Saticoy

42

O'Loughlin, Ned _________________ Half __________________ 21 ____________________ 168 ____________________ 5.11 _________________ Frosh '33 _____________________ Pasadena

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Adams, Presley _________________ Center ________________ 23 __ ________ ___ ______ 193 _________________ 5. 1 '--_____________ 2 year Varsity _________ Burlingame Giannoni, J ohnn y _______________ Tackle _________________ _20 ____________________ 19 0 ___________________ 6.2 _____________________F rash '33 __________________ Sac ramen to Brickner, Francis _________________ End __________________ 2 3.. __________________ 17 L __ _______________ 6.0 _________________ Frosh '32 ____________ Spokane, Wash Pendleton, Ev _____________________ End ___________________24 __________________ 17 5__________________ 6.0 _____________________ 1 year Varsity ______ San Francisco Jirsa, Les _____________________________ Center ____________________ 2 2 ____________________ 190 ____________________ 6.2 _____________________ 1 year Varsity _______________ Merced Kordick, Martin ______________ Guard _________________ 20 ____ ________________ 1 94 ___________________ _6.0 ____ ______________ Frosh '33 __________ Los Angeles

51

Cassidy, Joe ________________________ Full __________________ 20 ____________________ 181..___: ______________ 6.0 ___________________ I year Varsity _______ Chicago, Ill. Maxham, Floyd _________________ Half _________________ 20 ________________ 178 ________________ .5 .11 ________________ F rash ' 33 _____________ Los Angeles Harris, Walt ____________________ _ Quarter-___________ _____ 21 ____ ________ _____ 175 ____________________ 5.1 L _________________ 2 years Varsity ____ Denver, Colo.

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Popovich, Lubo __________________ GuarcL________________ 2 1.._________________ 180 ---------________ 6. L ________________ Frosh '33 ________________ Los Angeles Slattery, Jack ________________ Quarter ____________________ 20 _________________ __ 17 3 -------------_______ 5.1 0 ___________________ F rash ' 33 _____________ San Francisco Leonard, Mike ________________ Full __________________ I 9 __ _____________ ____ 17 0 ________________ 5 . 1 1 ______________ _ F rash ' 32 _________________ San ta Cruz Ferry, Lou _______________________________ Full __________________ 19 _____________ ______ 1 8 5 -__________________ 5.1 0 _________________ _ F ros h '33 ___________________ _ Ric hmond

Conlee, Gerry _____________________ Center __________________ 19 ____________________ 185. __________________ 5. 10 ____________ _______ Frosh '33 ____ ____________________ Chico Mattos, Harry _________________ Half _________________ 2 3.. __________________ 187 ____________________ 6.0 ___________________ 1 year Varsity ____________ Oakland

Dennerlein, J er ry ______________ Guard ________________ l 8.._________________ 1 92.. _________________ 6.0 ____ _____ __________ F rash ' 33 ________________ Los Angeles Sill, Hugh ____________________ Quarter__________________ 2 1 ___ _______________ 17 4 __________________ 5.10 _______________ Frosh '32 ______________ Bakersfield Fiese, Mal _______________________ Quarter __________________ 2 1.. _________________ 178 __________________ 5.1 '--_________ ______ 1 year Varsity _________________ Salinas Elduayan, N ebb ________________ Guard __________________ 21 ____________________ 1 82 __________________ 5 .1 0 ____________________ 1 year Varsity _______ Los Angeles Meister, Herm __________________ Tackle _________________ 2 '--__________________ 21 0 ___________________ 6. '--__________________ I year Varsity ______ San Francisco Jorgensen, Wag _______________ Center __________________ 2 1.. ________________187 _________________ 6.2 ____________________ I year Varsity ___________ San Mateo Yezerski, John _____________ Tackle __________________ 20 __________________ 2 20 __________________6.4 _______________ 1 year Varsity ______ Portland, Ore. Keran, Denny ____________________ Tackle ________________ 19 ___________________ 2 I 0 ____________________6. 3 __________________ F rosh ' 33 __________________ Bakersfield Haloski, Nick __________ Tackle __________________ 19 ______________ 2 0 '--___________ 5.1 O_______________ F rosh ' 33 ___________ San Francisco Timm, Bob ___________________________ End __________________ 22 ____________________ 18 0 ___________________ 6. '--__________________ Frosh '33 _____________________ Dixon Lang, EI _______________________________ End __________________ 21 __________________ 17 3 __________________ 6.0 ____________________ Frosh '31 __________ ._ San Francisco Miller, Don ___________________ Guard ________________ 2 1 __________________ 1 85 ______________6.1 ____________________Frosh '33 ___________ Spokane, Wash. Minogue, Walt ___________________ Guard __________________ 23 -__________________17 5. ____________ ____ 5.9 ____________________ 2 years Varsity ___________ Petaluma Morse, Wally ______________________ Full ___________________ 19 ____________________ 191 ____________________ 5.1 1_________________F rash ' 33 ____________ Salt Lake Ci ty Erdelatz, Eddie ____ _____________ End ________________ .21 ______________ ______1 89 ________________6.0 ___________________ 1 year Varsity ______ San Francisco Pennino, Felix ____ End ________________ 2 L _________________ 190 ________________ 6.0 ________________ 2 years Varsity _____ Los Angeles

~~;~~, ~~tn~;-~-~~--~-~~-~-~:-~- ~~:;:l~_::::::=:::::::::::; ~ ::::::::::::::=::::~ ~ ~ ::::::::::::::=:::: ~ :~ ~_==:=:::::::::::; r~:~r '~r;i~;-:::::::::=::::=_ ~~~l!: Schreiber, Herb ____________ Half _________________ 22 _________________ 177 _________________6.0 ___________________1 year Varsity ____ San Francisco Willett, Rollie _______________ Quarter --________________ 2 I ____________________ I 6 5 __________________ 5. 8 _____________________ -1 year Varsity _________ Los Angeles Austin, JIm _______________________ End ____________________ 21 ___________________ 177 ___________________ 6.2,. __________________Frosh ' 33 __________________ Hollywood Kellogg, Clarence ____ ~ _____ Full ----------______ 22,. _______________ 190 _________________ 5.10 _____________ 1 year Varsity _____ Marseilles, Ill. Nichelini, Al _______________ Half ___________________ 23.._______________ 203..________________ 6.0 _________________ 2 years Varsity ______ St. Helena Hallman, Ed ____ _ _ ___ Half ___________________ 2 '--__________________ 169 ___________________5.1 '--________________Frosh '32 ______________________ Oakland O'Connor, Hugh _____________ Guard ________________ 21 ___________________180 _______________ 5.11 _________________1 year Varsity ____ San Francisco Brown, Joel _______________ Quarter.. _______________ 22 _________________ 17 0 _______________5.10 __________ _______ 1 year Varsity _____________ Exeter Curtin, Joe ________________ FuIL________________ 23.. ______________ ___ 170 ____________________ 6.0 ___________________ I year Varsity ______ San Francisco McKinney, Bill _________ HaIL ______________ 20 ___________________ 179 __________________ 6.0 _____________ _______ Frosh '32 ___________________ Visalia Strub, Vic _________________ End _______________ 2 '--________________ 180 __________________ 6.0 _________________ Frosh '33 _____________________ Oakland Conrotto, Chinto ____________ FuIL ______________ 19 _________________ 200 ____________ ______ 6.0 ___________________ Fros!> '33 _____________________ Gilroy Bracco, Nick __ _ _ _ _ _ End ________________.22,.______________ 18 5 ________________ 6.0 ______________ Frosh '32 ______________ RichmOl.d


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COMPOSITE STATISTICS FOR SIX GAMES St. Mary's

Opposing T eams

Total Yards Gained from Scrimmage _____________________________________________ ---------------------____ 1328 Number of Yards Lost from Scrimmage .____________________________________________ ---____________ _____ 122 Forward Passes A t tern pted .___________________________ 87 Forward P asses Completed ._____________________________________________________------------------------------___ 30 Forward Passes Had Intercepted ___________ . _______ .__ ._________________________________________________________ 7 Forward Passes Incompleted ___________________________________________------------------------------------.----50 Total Yards Gained from Forward Passes Completed ________________________________________ ._____ 1531 Total Yards Gained from Forward Passes and Scrimmage ._______________________________________ 2855 66 First Downs from Scrirhmage ____________________________________~__________________ ___ _ _ _________________ _____ First Downs from Forward Passes .______________________________________________________________________ ._____ 23 Total First Downs ______ .______________________________________________________________________________________ ._____ 89 16 N umber of Kickoffs ___________________________________________________________________________________________ A verage Length of Kickoff .______________________________________________________________________________._____ 53 Average Length of Kickoff: Return ._~________________________________________________________________ _____ 24 Number of Punts ._____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 41 Yardage of Punts _____________________________________________________________________________________________ _____ 1528 37.2 Average 'Length of Pun ts .__________________________________________________________________________________ .____ Average Length of Punt Returns .____________________________________________________________________________ 8.0 N umber of Punts Had Blocked.______________________________c________________________________________________ 1 2 F iel d Goals A ttemp ted _____________________________________________:________________~____________________ . ________ 1 Field Goals Scored._______________________________________________________________________________________________ ._____ Touch downs Scored ._____________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ 14 14 Tries for Point After Touchdown _________________________________________________________________________ Tries for Point After Touchdown Made____________________________________________________________________ 9 0 Safeties Scored_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Number of Penalties Against ____________________________c______________________________________________________ 38 Total Yards Lost from Penal ties .______________________________________________________________________________ 290 Ball Lost on Downs .________________________________________________________________________________________~_ ___ _____ 16 30 Fumbles _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________---___ Fum bles Recov ered __________________________________________________________________________________________________ 26 9 Ball Lost on Fum bies ______________________________________________________________________________________________

436 97 76 18

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47 608 1044 18 9 27 16 52 21 50 1862 37.2 9.3 4 3

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15 19 5

YARDAGE GAINED BY ST. MARY'S BACKS Player Position Nichelini, Allen A. ___ ._. _..... _.______ .Right HaIL _______ .. _.. __ ._._. __. Schreiber, HerberL ___ .______________Left HaIL__________________ . __. Kellogg, LouiL _____ .. _.. _____. _____. ____Fullback._____ ._. _________._____ Mattos, Harry__________ . ____________ . _____Left HaIL. __ . ________________ . Harris, Walter.. __ ._...... _______._. ___ . ___ ..Right HalL. __ ._______. ____ ._ Hallman, Edward __________ .. ______ . ____ .Left HalL. __________ . ______ .____ Cassidy, Joseph . _____ ._._. ___ ._._. _____ . ___ .Fullback ___ ._._____._.. __ .. ______ .__ Maxham, Floyd .. ___ . _________. ___________:_Right Half .__ . ___ .. _._._._. _____ . Fiese, Malcolm.____ _____ .. _. ______________.Quarterback .. ________________ .. _. Pennino, Felix.__. _______ . __________ . ____Left End . ____ ... __ . ____. __ . ______ . O'Loughlin , Ned __________ .______ . __.. __ .Left HaIL_. ______.. __ .. __________ Mackey, Rea . ____________________ ._.. _____.Right HaIL _______. ______ .... __ . Erdelatz, Edward . ___....... __._. __ . ____ Right End .__________________ .____ McKinney, William ._. ___c••___ . __ .•____ Right Half .__ .. _.... . _... _._._ Sill, Hugh.__ .. _. __ .... __. __._. ___..... _____ Quarterback . ___ .. _________ ._.. _. Austin, J ames .___ .... _____.. _.. __ . ____ ..__ Right End .. __ ._..._.._.. _._ ..____ Willett, Rolland .__ . __ ... _..... __ ... _.. _. Q uarterback ._.. _. __.... ____ . __

T im es Carried Ball 82 60

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Yards Gained 391 259

57 51 23 11 11 9 6 6 4 3 2 2 2 2

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174

T im es Failed to Gain 13 10 5 7 4 4 3

Yards Lost

Average Per Play

56

4.0 3.9 3.0 3.1 3.5

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14 0 0 0 1 2 5 0 4 0 0 0 0 0

13 28

56

113

81 28 33 27

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8.5 2.0 1.5 10.0 3. 6

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PENALTIES

• LOSS OF FIVE YARDS

2 3 4

6 7 8 9

Holding by defensive side Crawling Attempt to draw opponents offside Delaying game Taking more than two steps after fair catch Illegal tackling or blocking Offside Encroachments on neutral zone Feint to snap ball

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Illegal possession Interference with opponents before ball is put in play Substitute failing to report Backfield in motion Taking time out more than three times during half Player out of bounds Running into kicker Holding by side in possession of b:tll

LOSS OF FIFTEEN YARDS 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

Hurdling Coaching from sidelines Intentional grounding of forward pass Interference with fair catch Substitute communicating before first play Throwing fair catcher Tripping Leaving field during one-minute inc termission Unsportsmanlike conduct Piling up

28

Tackling out of bounds

29

Rushing, pulling, interlocking, interference, etc.

30

Running into opponents illegally

31

Individual going on field without permission

32

More than one attendant going on field

33

Failure to come to one-second stop in shift play

34

Roughing the kicker

35

Clipping

OTHER PENALTIES 36

Illegal return to game: loss of twenty-five yards.

40

Slugging: half distance to goal and disq ualifica tion

37

Team not ready to play at scheduled time: loss of twenty-five yards

41

Flagrant roughing of kicker: 15 yards and disqualification

38

Foul within one-yard line: half-distance to goal line

42

39

Interference with forward pass by defense: loss of the ball

Any act committed by an outsider but affecting the game: the rcferee is empowered to impose such penalty as justice may require

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LEDERER, STREET

BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA

INC.


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