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D~CTOR may leave their eat numbers with the clerk tationed in the outhea t tower and ~viii be notified by me eno-er in case a call is registered for them.

tires, There are many !aim of 1Jlowout protection non- kid afety and long service. But claim won't protect you in an emergenc y. Fire tone gives you proven performa nce, safety anddepen clalJility -proven in the mo t gruelling tire te t ever known. The recorcls li ted here are only a :few of the many that have earnecl :for Fire tone Tire the r eputation of b eing "The Ma terpiece of Tire Con truction." Lis t t•r1. t o ,1,,, Vnicr of Fircs ton e - fc atu.ri n l! Ric l1ord Crook s., 1"'/cl son Eddy oru l ll1or,tarct S p cal,s- c r•ery JU o u d a y n.i g la. t. o ve r . D . • a tio n.widc c tu1-0rk

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tion from school, that uach Gre n has attained. Few coache in the country have turned out as conistently ucces ful teams a those pnt on the field by the Drake mentor. Green wa gradual cl from Urbana, Jll., higt chool in 191 and immediately entered the University of lllinoi where he was gra luated with , bachelor of science degree in 1024, with electin work in the coaching school. "Vee" received hj football training under tht Yenerable Bob Zuppke, playing on the Jllinois Yar· sity in lfl20, rnn and 19:23, being the team's reg ular center the la t two ea on,. He coached \ \ 'auk gan, Ill., high chool fo r fou years, l!l24 to 19:27, inclu i\'e, where hi foo tbal team won 2 l game , lost seven and tied one. scor ing 311 point to lD for their opponents. Tu best year wa in l!l:26 when Waukegan won ni and lost one game. During the two season prior t J D:2 I the teams there had not won• a game. Greer al o coached the lightweight ba ketball team 3ll as i ted with the track work. In l!J2 he went to Oklahoma City U ni,·ersit. ,ucceeding Lynn 0. \Valclorf a director of atl letic and football coach. when the latter went t Oklahoma A. & M. college as head footba ll coa Green' teams were consistently good a nd it ll not long until Oklahoma City Univer ity wa m ognized in the outhwest territory as a dangel'Ollo foe for anybody's eleven.

In 1930 and rn:n the Goldbug , as they ar called, had their best teams. In the fo rmer ye1· Oklahoma City defeated Abilene hr istians, Bak St. Louis University, Central of Oklahoma. Ok homa . ggie , Oklahoma Baptists, Davis and Eli in , F riend and Phillip and lost only to Tul, niver ity. The G~ld~ug were undefeated the follo11' sea on, w111n111g from entral, F riends, :-\rka~ Poly, ).I i souri ).tine , Phillips, Oklahoma Aggit t. Louis, Oklahoma Baptist , Haskell , Kebra,.,_ \ Vesleyai1 ,Tulsa and Oklahoma Unj ver ity, " conte t with the latter being a po t- ea on g for charity. III Consideri ng the obstacles with which he con fronted in mak ing over the entire coa: system at Drake, Green has turned in a remar ~ job a the Bu lldogs' head mentor in two years. record at D rake balance at .500 per cent, nine yictor ies, nine defea t and two ties in6 seasons of competition against some of the leading team . Green has an all-t ime coach1og rd of 70 victor ies, 2!) defeat a nd fo ur ties.

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"VEE" GREEN Head Football Coach Drake University

Coach Green i 34 y~rs old_, 6 feet tal:a weighs 200 pounds. He 1s ma rn ed and the of two boys, 7 and 10 yea rs old .

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REES Dover

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FRANCIS A. SCHMIDT Head Football Coach The Ohio State University ··schmit ty," or .Franci if you prefer it-and most o( his clo friend tarted off hi econd a on a head coach at hio tate with a 19-6 victory do-ver a trong Univer ity of l entucky t am. La t year, you recall, the Bu k lo t the Big Ten Champion hip by the margin of a ingle point. 14-13 revere at the hand of the Illini kept them from a tie with ;-linneso ta for tap h nor . ational rating listed Ohio tate second al o. Franci came to Ohio from Texas hri tian Univer ity at Fort \Vorth Texa . Previou s to hi coaching at T C he wa head coach at Kendall allege, which later became the Univer ity of Tul a, and at the niver ity of rkan a . Ile wa graduat ed from the Univ r ity of Nebra ka in 1914. He ervecl in the U. . Army, 1917-1919, and wa Divi ·ional Bayon t In tructor for the 87th Divi ion. Later he was Captain of o. B, -oth Infantry , Regu lar rmy. During oach Sehmid t's I year o[ active coaching hi team have won 137 game lo t 30 and tied IO for a .932 perc ntage.

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YEA OHIO Yea Ohio I Yea Ohio! Yea Ohio!

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TEAM RAH Team, Rah; Team, Rah I Rah, Rah, TEAM I

E-EE COMA LIOH E-ee Coma Lioh Gee Wah! OHIO

SKYROCKET A prolonged ringing whistleBOO~f-, Ah-, OHIO.

THE BUCKEYE BATTLE CRY

DIVIDED OHIO 0-0-0 -0 H-H-H -H I-I-1-1 0-0-0- 0 OHIO

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LOCOMOTIVE -s-s-s-s (3 times) Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Ohio State, Ohio State. (Repeat th ree times, very slowly, faster, very fast, all cheer at end.)

WHA-H O OHIO Wha-ho, Ohio, Let's GO.

E-EE-E -YAH

E-e-e-e- Yah I E-e-e-e- Y ah I fi~ ht, fight, . ght, fight, figh t Ohio, Ohio, OHIO.

Words and Music by Frank Crumit In old Ohio there's a team, That's kn"wn throughou t the land; Eleven warriors. brave and bold, \Vhose fame will ever stand, And when the ball goes over, Our cheers will reach the sky, Ohio Field will hear again The Buckeye Battle Cry. Drive I Drive on down the fi eld, Men of the carlet and Gray; Don't let them thru that line, We have to win this game today Come on, Ohio I Smash thru to victory. We cheer you as we go; Our honor defend So we'll fight to the end For Ohio.

CARMEN OHIO

FIGHT ON OHIO \\ ords and Music by \V. A. Dougherty , '17 T_he pride of Ohio, Comes on the field today, .\c\ ~.d they will show that Ohio ALLEN DOLBY \ 11! fight to the finish Varsity Cheer Leader \\'hatever is the score.' They do or die I They glorify I Ohio evermo~e J CHORlS t ~.ht on Ohio! F.rive on down the field . 1 t:ht on Ohio! j:,nd ne ver. never yield. 1 1tht on Ohio I ~- touch<lown now to go ii:Fht. Fiitht F ight Fight FIGHT, FIGHT, ·IGHT ' ' ' Forever Oh" Th lO. ey surge on the fi eld r\~_.;va,e o( Scarlet hue. . 0 , .e lighting hard for you. l\n,JJmn ch our song resoun d"mg strong, \nd e.er to the finish. 1'1,ey'~hile th~ echoes roar Th o or die! 'lh~Y glorifv t IQ CVermo~e !

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\Vor 1 by Fred Cornell, e.·-'06 ( Ilat off, standing) 0, come, let's sing Ohio's praise And songs to Alma Mater raise: While our hearts rebounding thrill With joy that death alone can still. Summer's heat or winter' cold, The seasons pass, the years will roll : Time and change will truly show How firm thy friendship -Ohio.

Alumni Chorus

Tho' age may dim our mem'ry's store. We'll think of happy days of yore. True to friend and fr;ink to foe, As sturdy sons of 0-hi-o. If on the seas of care we roll, ' eath blackened sky, o'er barren shoal. Thots of th\"e hid darkness go, Dear Alma Mater-0- hi-o.

ACROSS THE FIELD

Words and Music by W. A. Dougherty , '17 Fight that team across the field, Show them Ohio's here Set the earth reverberat ing with a mighty cheerRah-Rah -Rah I Hit them hard and see how they fall; ever let that team get the ball, Hail I Hail! the gang's all here, So let's beat that whole conference now. Oh, Ohio! Oh. Ohio I Wa-hoo I Wa-hoo ! for Ohio.


1935

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VARSITY COACHIN G STAFF V. J. (VEE) Green-Hea d Football Coach. William J. Goodwin-A ssi tant Varsity oach. Jack Beynon-A i tant Varsity Coach. £\'an O. (Bill) Williams-F reshman Coach. Dan Toriello--A ssistant Fre hman Coach. Jeff Robertson- Assistant Freshman Coach. 20

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Conkling Hallock Hoeck Brandenburg Luchsinger Cole Williams Fulton Setrakian Auer Rafferty

Referee, Joe Magidsohn, Michigan; Umpire, Ernie Vick, Michigan.

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Field Judge, Don Hamilton Notre Dame; Head Linesman , Russell Finsterwald, Syracuse. ' @

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D ine, D ance and Enjoy th S mart Atmosphere of IONIAN GARDENS Dine and Dance - Famous Se rpent ine Ba r - Inexpensive a la Carte

SAPPHIRE ROOM America's Most Gorgeous Dining and Cockta il Room

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Our Sales Represen tatives H. R. WOOD, Sales Manager W . A. CONNOLLEY

H.A. DAUGJIERTY G. E. DENNIS

'E. E. TIICKS

T. C. IRWIN FRANK L. KILL WORTH

R. T. 1cCLURE J. w. ST. JOH S. G. WILLSON T

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Though Deshler-Wallick Food and Service Has Been Superior for Many Years, Charges Are No Higher Than At Lesser Hotels.

Busich .............. .......... E Jone ( C) ............... ....... C Hamrick .............. ........ T l\IcDonalcl . . .. . .............. . FB Wa ylik .............. ....... Ql1 ardi .............. ......... 1113 :'.\Iaggiecl .... ....... ............ G Monahan .............. ....... . Rou h .............. ........... T Hargra \'e .............. ....... E Kleinhan .............. ........ T Wolf .............. ........... C George .............. .......... T Harre ... . ............. ........ T Ros .............. ............ T Dye ............ ... ... .. ... .. QB Chris in O'er .............. .... · Cook .............. .......... HB l\Iiiler, J........ . .. . .. ... ..... HB l\Ia on .... ........ ... ....... HB Ream ........... . .... ......... T l\Iiller, R .............. ......... C Haddad ..... ..... .... ... . .. .. . G Georgopoulos .............. .... J:.

DESHLER-WALLICK America's Most BeautifullyEquipped Hotel L. C. W AL LI C K, Pres. A. L. WALLI C K, V. Pres.

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EAST BROAD and FOURTH

The popular student

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Name Home Antenucci, Frank . . . .... ., iles ................. . Beltz, Richard ...... . . . . Findlay ............... . Belli, Roxie . . ......... .. Martins Ferry .......... . Bettridge, John ..... . ... Toledo ................ . Boston, William ....... .. Lakewood .......... . .. . Boucher, Frank ......... Kent .............. ... . . Brungard, George . .. . . . . North Lima ............ . Bu ich, Sam ..... . . . .. .. Lorain . . .............. . Chrissinger, Warren ..... Springfield ............. . Cook, Donald ........... Columbus .. . ...... . .... . Crow, Fred . . ...... . .... Pomeroy ............... . Cumiskey, Frank ........ Youngstown ........... . Dorris, Victor .......... Bellaire ........... . .. .

Dye, William H. H .. ... Pomero) .............. . Fisch, Frank ............ Mansfield .............. . Gales, Charles.. . . . . . . . . iles ................. . George, August ......... I )ayton .............. . Georgopoulos, Tom. . . . . . level and .............. . Haddad, George . . .... ... Toledo ....... . . .. . .... .

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OHIO COACH ING STAFF FranLis A. Schmidt (Nebraska ) ... Head Coach Ernest R. Godfrey (Ohio State) ... Line Coach Floyd Stahl (IILinois) ......... Assistant Coach Gaylord Stinchcomb (Ohio State), Asst. Coach Tucker P. Smith (Northwes tern) ..... Trainer Donald W. Koegele .......... . Senior Manager

FRESHMAN STAFF Frederick C. Mackey (Ohio State), Head Coach Ted Hieronym us ( Ohio State) ....... Assistant Joe Gailus (Ohio State) .......... ... Assistant Walter A. B'akke (Illinois) ....... Asst.Train er Budd Cox ( Ohio State) ... . ......... Assistant

DRAKE COACH ING STAFF \ '. ]. (Vee) Green ....... Head Football William J. Goodwin ... A i tant Varity Jack Beynon ....... . .. A istant Var ity Evan 0. (Bill) "Williams ..... Fre hman Dan Toriello ........ Assistant Fre hman Jeff Robert on ...... Assi tant Freshman

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THE 1934 SEASON

Ohio tate .. .. .... . ... .. Ohio State .......... .. . Ohio tate ..... . .. ... ... Ohio tate .............. Ohio tate ...... . ....... Ohio tate .. .. ... .. . . . .. Ohio tate ........ . . . . . Ohio State ..... . ........

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1934 BIG TEN STANDING Team Minneota ............. OHIO TATE .... ... lllinoi · ... . ... ... ..... Purdue ... ... .... . . . . . N orthwe tern ......... \\'i con in ......... . .. 01icago ...... .. .. ..... Iowa ........ .... ... .. Indiana ........... .. .. Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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DONALD W . KOEGELE Senior Mgr., 1935 Football Team

Drake Drake Drake Drake Drak e

6 ... imp on 6 O... Utah 7 O.. . Okla. A. & M. 6 0 ... rmy 4 .. . Grinnell 0

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0 .... Washington 20 20 . ... Haskell 7 7 ... . Denver 8 0 . . . . Iowa State 33 6 .. . . Creighton O

INDEX TO ADVERTISERS Kroger Grocery & Baking Co.. . . . Page 15

Buckeye Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 12

Marble Cliff Quarries . . .. ....... . Page 28

Camel Cigarettes.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover

McClure Nesbitt Motor Co....... Page 24

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Chesterfield Ciga rette . . . . . . . . . . . . Center Coco-Cola Bottl ing Co.. . . . . . . . . . Page 26

Mills Buffet ............ . .... ... . Page 2

Gas Co.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 26

Moore & Ross Milk Co... . . . . . . . Page 20

Columbu

Lolumbus Ry. Power & Light Co. Page 12

:M utual

Engravers .. ..... ........ -age 35

Tei! House . ...... . ......... .. . .. )~age 15

Tle bier-Wallick Hotel. ....... ... Page 25 Dutch Tavern ................. .. Page 33

Ohio Oil Co.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! •: ide Back Cover

E. Elford Son Co.. . . . . . . . . . . . . Page %

0' hea Knitting Mills ..... .... ... Page 33

Fi re tone Tire & Rubber Co. . . . . .

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Fr nt Cover

Robin on's, Inc.... .. . .. . . . .. .. .. P::ige 28

Frankl in American Laundry. ..... Page 35

State Automobile 1futual Ins. Co. Page 30

Ford Motor Co.. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . Page 21 Fort Hayes Hotel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page

cioto Paper Co.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 2

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A. G. Spalding & Bro . . . . . . . . . . . Page 4

P. Goldsmith & Sons.. . . . . . . . .. . . Page 2

0. M. Scott & Son , Inc.. . . . . . . . . Page 4

(;oodyear Tire & Rubber Co ...... Page 19 (,,>odrich Silvertown

Telling Belle Vernon Co.. . . . . . . . Page 33

tores .. .. . . Page 2

Taxicabs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . !~age 3::1

Heer Printing Co.. ... ... . .. .... . Page 10 Iii,, tamp Co............. .... .. Page 15

University Drug Co.... .... . .. .. . . age 26

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GAM~S TODAY ~ :. ~·-:::''

LITTLE OBERLIN COLLEGE (fJEPOl)ff JIM {)[NICK) ONCE PLAYED MICl-llGANON A WINTRY DAY. OBERLIN TRIED A FIELD GOAL WH ICf-1 SEEMED CERTAIN TO CLEAR THE BAR UNTIL A SMARTALECI< SPECTATOR HURLEDASNOWBALLWI-IICI-I COLLIDED WITl-l Tl-IE PIGSl<IN IN MID-AIR

PRE YENTi NG THE SCORE . IN OHIO

IN THE SOUTH

Kent at Akron Case at Wooster Dennison at Cincinnati Mar hall at Dayton Haskell at Toledo Miami at Ohio Wesleyan Marietta at Oberlin Buffalo at Western Reserve

IN 1917 GEORG IA TECH BLAN l<ED CUMBERLAND UNIVERSITY 222TO 0 ,

Mi issippi State at Alabama Alabama Poly at Tenne ee Arkansas at Baylor Texa A & M at Centenary Georgetown Kentucky, at entrc !em on at Duke Creighton at Ri ce DaYid on at o. Carolina Florida at Tulane Furman at Georgia Georgia Tech at Kentucky Maryland at orth Carolina Mercer at Birmingham outhern Mississippi at ewanee Oklahoma at Texa Roanoke Collea-e at G orgetown U. Southern Methodi t at \\'ashington U. Richmond at Virginia M. I. Virginia Poly at William & .\ [ary

IN THE BIG TEN Minnesota at Nebra ka Western tate Teachers at Chicago Colgate at Iowa Purdue at Fordham Illinois at outhern California Indiana at Michigan Notre Dame at Wiscon in Drake at Ohio State Northwestern-open date

IN THE WEST

ESTABLISHING AN ALL-TIME RECORD BY SCORING '32TOUCHDOWNS IN 45 MINUTES OF PLAYING TIME .

IF ALL THEGAME;WEQEASCLEANLYDLAYED AS .Tl-IE VANDERBILT,TENN ESSEE CONTEST AT l<NOXVILLE IN 1930, OFFICIATING WOULD BE A BED OF ROSES . NOT A 51 NGLE PENALTY WAS CALLED ON EITl-lER TEAM THE ENTIRE GAME . DR.E.P.MAXWELL OF Of-110 STATE AND THE LAH DR FA.LAMBERT WERE TWO OF THE OFFICIALS

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