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. We wish to extend to all the patrons and to those who have placed advertisements in this program .our gratitude and sincere tha}lks. It is their splendid cooperation that has made this program possible, -THE COLLEGE CLUB

'. Ashe, Hairy _ Ancel, Ed Armstrong, Rev. P. A., C.S.V. Allain, Orren Biedenste~n, Walt.er Brow.n, Ray B.urke, Bernard Burnmeister, Bob Baclt, "Emmet Burke, John Blue, Ben Sook, Marx Burns, Fat Brady, Pete Bimmerle, Pop Cardinal, Very Rev. E. · V.,

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Cannon, Hugh · Casman, James Cleary, Phil Cashman, r.rhe Terrible Turk Clark; Allen . ,, Carson, Kit . Carey, .'.1:ohn Cooke, Owen {Ja.."1ill, Muscles Crosby,, Bing ,, Corbett, Paddy Cronin, Smilin' Jack De Back, Sam Douville, Owen Driscoll, J o):m Dilger, M;r. Roy ' Dymec, John Durkin, Ed Dillon, J umbo Doe, Lotta Duck, Donald Ennis, Skinney Ferrara, Nello Fotre, Dick Fitzgerald, John Flyrill, John Frey, Flaps Faye, Alice Faye, Art Frank, Instien Gun ville, John, C . . S, V. Gerschke, Bob Gould, Shoes \'

PATRONS Gasior, Stalunas · ,, Gibbons, G. Donnelly Gates, Swinging Gandhi, Mahatma ' Hayes, Tom Hoffman, Morris . Halpin, . Carroll Halpin, Francis Hoffman, Rev. :El. V., C. S. V. E'.uttoil, Rev. Paul, C. $ . y. · Hitler, 'Adolph Hickson, United • ·1 John The Barber Jones, Faul Kearney, Tirri Kolb, Emmet Katz, Balaban Kalkowski, Lovedoc . Kearns, Astaire Letsee, Look Larkin, Jeep . Leckman, 1Iollywood , I Lawless; My Boy LePoux, Con_n,ie Lannon, :Brownie· '. LaMontaigne, Mopes Laildroache, Clara Legris, Simon Mueller, C. P. A. Murphy, C. J . (Real-estate) Martin, Lum ,, Mulvaney, John I Morrissey, Reform Murphy; Dan, McQue, Ja;mes, C, V. S., Mayo, Senator McGratl)., Chem. Mellonig, Doc. McMullen, John McLaughlin, Jerry McNally, Martin I ; Maguire, John ly.1cElligott, Wing McCarthy, Charley Mussolini, Benito Nelan, Speedway . Nolan, Sir Michael O'Byrne, Zeph O'Connell, Popeye O'Hara, Scarlett

Olive, Oyl Powers, Don Juan Putz, L. H . . ;Ryan, Emden Ryan, Pug Roger.s, George Regan, Highland Roy, Mr. Ronan, Blimp Rintintin, 'Yelps Smith; Lenard L., ~ (Clothing Store) Shiels, John, C. S. V. Schlink, Consumer Schlink; Research Schmit, Fagin Sweeny, Jugheaq · Stasukaitis, Call Me Sta Shanley, One Round Serritella, Mike Slivi~ski,, Lover Schaeffer, Chump Stolarski, Blpw· Straub, Bones Sannuber, Fawn Suprenant, Rev. J. E., C.S.V. Smith, Kn.te Smith, Brothers Stalin, Ima Stepinfetohit, Speed Sprafka, Joe Speaker, Loud Saia, Phy Ed. Shaw, Edward, C. S. V. The Fair Store Trenkle, Tom Tabuddie, Foe' Tomaso, Barbara Tortodiello, Showers Vanderwater Clothing Vellum, Manmountain Watson, Pingpong Watson, Champaign Wint{;lrbauer, Phil Wetz, Eddy Wilkin, Family Ward, Wolfwulf Webb, Spider Williams, Rev. li'- · E., C.S.V.


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THIS YEARS SQUAD Front row, left to right-Lenahan, Bates, Lessard, Cusack, Gleason, Morenc; st-cond row, left to right-Assistant Coa(路h Tom Gihb ons, Seikkenen, Schumacher, Blazevich, Claeys, Head Coach Lou Zarza, Captain "\Yalsh, ~al路co, "'\Ypanr, ~1t>n'ns. Humphries, Assistant Coach Joe Saia; t hird row, left to right-Ryan, Monea, Dixon, Birnmcrle, Norris, Daughtt>ry, C'cH,hman. Doheny, Stoltz, Faber, Scharte 1, Kearney, Zelincik, Castricone, Ed O'Connor; fourth row, left to right- Barry, Ila worth , Kunz, s;han10y, Dus0nbury, Brink00ttf'r, Mack, Yacullo, l\frLaughlin, Croci, Tortor<"llo, Radise,路ieh, ~,hH路k. Burk(>, Clarry.


Compliments of

SHIDLER CONSTRUCTION MATE RIAL CO~ Rose,vood Avenue and Birch Street Kankakee, Ill.

PROBABLE LINEUPS VIATOR Bate!'l LE (28)

Zelencik Cusack LT LG (27) (33)

Moren c C

Claeys RT (2)

Sch umacher RG

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Walsh (CJ RH (12)

Gleason LH (29) Lenahan FB (20)

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Ernst C 124)

Randall RG (15 l

Doerner RT (22)

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Viator Ro t e r Yr . ,:, Blazevich e (16) 4 '~ Bates e ( 28) 2 Brinkoetter e ( 14) 2 Seikenin e (21) 1 Blazevich O'Con nor e (31) 2 RE Cashman e ( 171 2 (16) ''' Claeys t (2) 3 Zelencik t ( 27) 1 Kunz t (25) 1 Dohney (30 ) 2 ~' Schumacher g ( 10) 3 '' Cusack g ( 33) 2 Radosevich g ( 13) 1 Daughtery g (1) 2 Stoltz g (8) 2 Morrisey g r 24) 1 ~' Morenc c ( 23) 2 Norris c rn 1 1 Castricone c ! 7) 1 Weaver qb (11) 2 "" Sacco q b ( 5) 2 Benben qb (30) 1 Greenwood *Flack rh (22) 2 RE (7) *Gleason lh ( 29) 2 Ha\\orth lh 16) 1 Tortorello rh ( 19) 2 Barry rh (351 1 'Lenahan fb r20 / 3 Dusenbury fb r32 J 1 Faber fb (26) 2 ,. Lettermen . Coach : Lou Zarza Assistant Coaches: Paul .._ Gibbons and Joe Saia --.


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Front row, left to right-Saia, Donnelan, .Walsh, Gleason, Capt. Gibbons, Cusack, L essard, Lannon, Leeson. Second row-Ass 't. Coach Lou Zarza, Dooley, vV ea ver, Claeys, Stevens, R. 0 'Connor, J enesky, Betoutne, Blazevich, 1\Igr. Fields ; third row: Mgr. Dionne, Lee, Stoltz, Hickey, Bimmerle, 0 'Connel, Burmeister, l\forenc, Cashman, Sacco, Coach John McNamara, lVIonahan,-lVIgr. Sarich, Flack, Tortorello, E. O'Connor, Bates, Daughtery, Ryan, Lenahan, Mack, Faber , Brinkoetter, Yacullo, Tietje, Romary, Hickey:

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IDEAL DAIRY

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"\Yhen Coach Lou Zarza's Green "\Yave machine frots ont on t he griJiron this afternoon a long reco1·d will 0itl1er be lengthened or go into discard. J1'or twenty-t,~·o years the Irish have not been vanquished in a Homecoming encounter. Last fall Viator wbippcd .f ordan College 31-0. McKeucfree, coad1ed by E. B. winning two and losing the same Carbondale, 14-0, and Kalamazoo nois W esleyau battled the Irish to

"Sandy" Blancharcl, lias had a .500 season to date, numbe1·. rrhe Green Wave has beaten Jordan 13-6, 13-7. St. ,\ mLrose trinmphed over Viat.or 27 0 aud Illia 6-6 tie.

Coach Zarza has developed a potentially strong team using his variation of the Notl'e Dame shift Captain Bill Walsh at right half has shown great qualities of leadership in the three games in which he has been able to participate. Bob Lenahan, chunky fullback Erom Vincennes, Indiana, has come through in tough spots despite an injur:v that "·onld keep most players out of the game. Danny Blazevich, Little Nineteen end last year looks like a repeater because of his ability to snag the long passes hurled in his direction by the trusty arm of Luke (-Hcason, sensational sophomore left half. John Morenc, sophomore center, has showed by h is consistent play that he is one of the outstanding centers in the J\Iidwest. A keen diagnostisian, the South Bend youth is usually found at the bottom of every pileup. Anoth er Hoosier, Anthony ''Red'' Zelencik, has won his way into the hearts of Viator fans by his phenomenal tackle play. The big, unassuming freshman has developed a little more in each game and by the end of the season sh ould be one of Lou Zarza's most dependable linemen.

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Isselh arJ.t follhaek and captain of the ::McKendree eleven, whil<> not one of tlH~ b rilliant types of players is one of their mosi consistent ground gainers. Ward at left half is supposedly one of the fastest and shiftiest backs in the Little Nineteen Conference this year. Besides being a good football player, he also plays a bit of basketball. Ire was an all state basketeer in '36. Doener, giant red head who takes care of the 1·ight tackle bei·th has a 1·eputation fo1· stopping everything that comes his ·way. He tips the scales at a mere 210 pounds. Dan ham, the other tackle, is nobody's slouc:h .

"We're Backing The Green Wave"

Watch these two boys.

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