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WHAT I A F00'I'RALL PLAYER? ' c
Between the innocence of boyhood and the dignity of man we find a creature called a foot-
ball player Football players come in assorted weights heights jersey colors and numbers but
all football players have the same creed to play every second of every mrnute of every quarter
of every game to the best of therr abrlrty
Football players are found everywhere underneath on top of running around Jumprng over
passing by twisting from or drrvrng through the enemy Teammates rib them offrcrals penalize
them coaches critrcrze them, college grrls adore them alumni tolerate them and mothers worry
about them A football player rs Courage rn cleats Hope in a helmet Prrde rn pads and the best
of Young Manhood in moleskrns
When your team rs behrnd a football player rs rncompetent careless rndecrsrve lazy n
coordrnated and stupid Just when your team threatens to turn the trde of battle he misses a
block fumbles the ball drops a pass jumps offsrde falls down runs the wrong way or com
pletely forgets his assignment
A football player rs a composite he acts like Notre Dame sleeps like Notre Dame but
more often than not plays like Grand Canyon High To an opponent publicity man he has the
speed of a gazelle the strength of an ox the srae of an elephant the cunnrngness of a fox the
agility of an adagro dancer the qurckness of a cat and the abrlrty of Red Grange, Glenn Davrs
Bronco Nagurskr and jrm Thorpe combined
To hrs own coach he has for press purposes the stabrlrty of mush the fleemess of a snarl
the mentalrty of a mule is held together by adhesrve tape balrng wrre sponge rubber and has
about as much chance of playing on Saturday as would hrs own grandfather
To an alumnus a football player rs someone who will never krck as well run as far block as
vrciously tackle as hard frght as fiercely grve as lrttle ground score as many points of generate
nearly the same amount of sprrrt as drd those particular players of hrs own yesteryear B Saukko
A football player likes game films trrps away from home practice sessions without pads hot
showers long runs, whrrpool baths recovered fumbles pornt arter touchdowns and the quiet
. Hu-Sfactron whrch comes from berng part of a perfectly executed play He rs not much for wind
sprr ts sitting on the bench rainy days after game compliments anklewraps scouting reports
Q u e else looks forward so much to September or so little to December Nobody gets
leasure out of knocking down hauling out or just bringing down the enemy
Wg, he can cram into one mind assignments for an end run an off tackle slant a
Qs 'Q 'I 5 quarterback sneak a drve play punt protection kick off returns a buck lateral
9 stands of a spinner cycle designed to result rn a touchdown everytime it rs tried
mayer rs a wonderful creature you can crrtrcrze but you can't discourage hrm
ly, Yo a d eat is team but you can t make him qurt You can get hrm out of the game but
m out of football Might as well admrt rt be you alumnus coach of fan he rs
e resentatrve on the field your symbol of fair and hard play l-le may not be an
Aniricapg t he rs an example of the American way He is Judged not for his race not for G Mglntygg P93
in not for his socral standing and not for hrs frnances but by the democratrc yardstrck En
of how well he blocks tackles and sacrifices rndrvrdual glory for the overall success of hrs team
ollgge. you come out of a stadium grousrng and feeling upset that your team has
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Immonen, managerg D. Clemens, D Thelben B Hotckrss K Hanchett R
Clark, D. Phipps, L. Jacobs, R. Saukko, L. McMillan, G. Mclntyre D Rand nanager SECOND ROVN J Hudnut
coachg R. Day, E1Goodwe1l, R. Curry, J. Bertleson, H. Hollister, G. Fernandez T Snarey D Runkel W
Schultz L Masse J S me. THIRD ROW: P. Bush, R. Petrucelli, K Farrbanks W Dunn I Holman A
note as it began, with the Bulldoogsaroll-
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season next year as he
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