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CARLETON COLLEGE HOMECOMING

PROGRAM

and

LINE-UPS

FOOTBALL CARLETON vs. ST. OLAF LAIRD FIELD October 27th, 1934 2:00 P. M . Northfield, Minnesota


1934 HOMECOMING OCTOBER 26 - 27 - 28 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26

7:00 P. M. Carleton Pep Meeting in the Grand Theatre. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27

11:00 A. MJ. Special Chapel Service in Skinner Memorial Chapel Noon

Luncheon in the Carleton Tea Room, Severanci Hall (50 cents, 40 cents, and a la carte.)

2:30 P.M.

Annual Homecoming Football Game. Carleton vs St. Olaf. Entertainment between halves.

6:00 P.M.

Dinner in the Carleton Tea Room, Severance Hal (75 cents, 60 cents, and a la carte)

6:00 P.M.

'V Club Banquet in Burton Hall Dining RoomJ 50 cents per plate. (**C'' Club members, their wives, and friends are cordially invited. Honor guests wil be members of the football team of 1899 and 190( who are holding a reunion this year.)

7:30 P.M.

Bonfire.

8:00 P.M.

Dancing in Sayles-Hill Gymnasium (One dollar pei couple). Social hour in Great Hall. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28

11:00 A.M.

Sunday Services in Northfield Churches.

4:00 P.M.

Concert by the Carleton Symphony Band, James Robert Gillette, Conductor, in Skinner Memorial Chapel.

7:00 P. M.

College Vesper Service in Skinner Memorial Chapel. Address by Charles Newton Smiley, L. H. D., Professor of Latin, Carleton College.


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DR. GEORGE GIBSON Head Football Coach

MARSHALL DIEBOLD Director of Athletics

The Carleton - S t O l a f Athletic Rivalry of years the tradition of athletic competition between Carleton and St. Olaf has been cherished as one of the most colorful and interestmg phases of life in a college town. Always ranking high in their own conferences, the ancient rivals never play better or with more at stake than in their engagements with each other. The keenness and fairness of the contests are a splendid tribute to the men of both colleges. Today's game will be a typical Carleton-St. Olaf contest. Forget about form in past games. Throw away your statistics about comparative scores. Remember only that these boys on both sides of the line are upholding a tradition that makes the words, ^^anybody's game'' a phrase to keep continually in mind until the final whistle.

O V E R A PERIOD

MAY THE BEST TEAM WIN!


ST. OLAP CAPTAIN

ST. OLAF COACHING STAFF ADRIAN L. CHRISTENSON Director of Athletics. Football, Basketball, and Track Coach DAN SOLI Assistant to Mr. Christenson P E T E R POSSUM Baseball Coach KERMIT ANDERSON

ST. OLAF LINE-UP L. E. L. T. L. G. C. R. G. R. T. R, Holmstrom-12 Smedstad-25 V.Anderson-23 Sand-18 C.Johnson-7 Albrecht-31 Hecl*^ L. H. R. H. Pox—43 Kirkeby—47 Q. B. P. B. Shirley—33 K. Anderson—45

1934 ST. OLAF FOOTBALL SQUAD

5 6 7 12 14 15 18 19 21 23 25 26 27 28 29 31 33 34 35 36 39 41 42 43 44 45 46 47

Name Sherman Brown Jack Cleff Craig- Johnson Everet Holmstrorn Alfred Meyners Donald Heckel Arthur Sand Gaylord P i t t s Jarle Leirfallom Vernon Anderson Ovid Smedstad Erling? Kloster Van Johnson Harold Vikre Max Johnson Harold Albrecht Leo Shirley Kenneth Brown Leslie Nappe Harold Anderson Robert Anderson James Rottsolk Normj^n Proiland Abe Fox Mayo Bisbee Kermit Anderson Philip Haines John Kirkeby

Position Tackle Guard Guard End Back End Center Center Tackle Guard Tackle End . . . End Quarterback Guard Tackle Quarterback Back Tackle Guard Back Guard End Back Back Back Back Back

Home p Bovey, % River Porest,D Hadley, Ij Duluth, Iv .Boyden, In Mankato, M^ Lake Mills, ly Mt. Horeb. [ E a s t Stanwood, Wi. Rochester, J![ Starbuck, Mc . . . . Eag-le Grove, Ifj Centervillo, ^h Ortonvill Minneapolis, ][ Hutchinson, Mr Slayton, 1^ Waseca, Mfe Mahnomen, Mr Minneapolis, Mt River Forest I Aurora, E Viroqua \ . .Forest City, lip . .Northfield, Mt .Montevideo, Mir . Paynesville, MiF . .Story City, lot


CARLETON CAPTAIN

CARLETON COACHING STAFF MARSHALL DIEBOLD Director of Athletics, Basketball and Baseball Coach GEORGE GIBSON Football Coach RAY M. CONGER Track Coach WALTER PETRABORG

CARLETON LINE-UP . E. 3en-10

L. T. Rafdal-44

L. G. C. Miller-34 Moe-45 L. H. Senior—13 Q. B. Heacock—28

R. G. R. T. Sigrmond-42 Countryman-32 R. H. Jensch—16 F. B. Petraborg-—15

R. E. Zosel-29

1934 CARLETON SQUAD \ame Paul Boisen Russell Van Hoof 'Fritz Stearns Donald Senior 1 James Dudley Walter Petraborg Herman Jensch i Sidney Larson Martin O'Connor Bill Getsch Lambert Clay 1 Ingram Benson ^Del Torrens ' Rube Johnson Kenneth Heacock : Kenneth Zosel ' Evans Hunter ! Tom Countryman Armand Miranda : Eilif Miller Chandler Swanson : Quentin Voigt lArt Winter 1 Burt Krayenbuhl Maurice Nestrud 1 Robert Matteson Harley Sigmond 1 John Caton 1 Russ Rafdal i Harry Moe

Position End Back Back Back Guard Back Back Back End Center Guard End Guard End Quarterback End Back Tackle Back Guard Tackle Guard Center Guard .Tackle Quarterback Guard Guard Tackle Center

Home Hinsdale, 111. Minneapolis, Minn. Osage, Iowa Minneapolis, Minn. Fifty Lakes, Minn Cuyuna, Minn. Hudson, Wis. Winona, Minn. Newton, Iowa Minneapolis, Minn. Montevideo, Minn. Glen UUin, N. D. Glenwood, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. Ida Grove, Iowa Wadena, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. F e r g u s Falls, Minn. West Concord, Minn. Pine City, Minn. Montclair, N. J. Tyndall, S. D. K a n s a s City, Mo, South St. Paul, Minn. Omaha, Neb. St. Paul, Minn. Zumbrota, Minn. Sturgis, S. D. Northfield, Minn. Menomonie, Wis.


ST. OLAF ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

ADRIAN L. CHRISTENSON Mr. Christenson graduated from St. Olaf in 1922, and for the past several years has been athletic director and coach of football, basketball and track.

SCORES OF CARLETON-ST. OLAF FOOH GAMES SINCE 1920 ''ASI

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Year 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 Carleton

Carleton 21 20 0 0 16 13 42 43 26 13 0 6 9 6 Won 9

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/28•. 3 3. 7 10.15 22 11 12 18 .IS i i II .1' Lost 5 T^ 2 *.

ve CARLETON TACKLE

RUSS RAFDAL

CARLETON HALFBACE

TAG SENIOR


B CARLETON BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1934 - 1935 ate

Team

ST. OLAF ASSISTANT COACH

Place

-V. 28—Augsburg Carleton -V. 30—Concordia Carleton -c. 3—Northwestern- _Evanston -c. 7—Wisconsin Madison -3.10—Iowa Iowa City -c. 15—Ohio State Columbus •z. 22—Minnesota __ Minneapolis 1.11—Cornell Carleton 1.12—St. Olaf Carleton 1. 18—Ripon 1 Ripon 1.19—Lawrence Appleton ). 8—Lawrence Carleton 3. 9—St. Olaf St. Olaf ). 15—Cornell Mt. Vernon ). 16—Coe Cedar Rapids 3. 21—Ripon Carleton f). 22—Coe _^ Carleton Seventeen Games iven in Sayles-Hill Gymnasium

DAN SOLI Mr. Soli is a g r a d u a t e of St. Olaf College in the class of 1933. Since his g-raduation he has a s sisted Mr. Christenson in the physical education department.

CARLETON ASSISTANT

Offici iciais REFEREE

HALSEY HALL UMPIRE

GEORGE CHRISTMAS HEAD LINESMAN

CARL JACKSON DAVE HILL


CARLETON, OUR ALMA MATER Carleton, our Alma Mater, We hail the Maize and Blue; 1 hy nii.ne is ever dearest, Thy children ever true. Carleton, our Alma Mater, To thee we sing our praise. For thee we fight, to thee we pledge The strength of all our days.

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