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Hailed as the team to beat by pre-season sport critics the strongest Bengal team
of many years ended its '34 grid season in sixth place.
Roosevelt vs. F remont-With the Green Wave reaching deep into the pock-
ets of the Roughriders at four different times the nothing to nothing final score
doesn't give a fair account of the game. The Bengals rolled up a lopsided total
of 228 yards to 50 for Roosevelt.
San Leandro vs. Fremont-This was a repetition of the Red fracas in all but
the score which gave the Bucs an 8-6 win. The eight points came in as many
minutes of the first quarter when Al Foster passed to Hazen Wallace for a score
and a Tiger fumble was pounced on in the end zone to raise the ante to eight.
After this it was all Fremont. A drive featuring Woodard and Meneweather
started from the Wave 40 and ended in the pirate end zone when Woodard
scored on an off-tackle slash from the three yard stripe.
McClymonds vs. Fremont-With the first string out at the closing seconds of
the first half, a Fremont pass was intercepted on the 40 by Thomas who scored
standing up. The Bengals twice reached deep into Warrior land, once meander-
ing to the eleven and again being stopped on the six. Figures gave Fremont 237
yards to 59 for the Mackmen.
Oakland vs. Fremont-A scoreless game between the two scoreless wonder
teams of the league was this. Each team threatened. Once the Acorns reached
the nine yard ribbon and the Berven men were stopped on the six.
University vs. Fremont-V-Starting off with a bang, the Bengals reached the
Cub two yard stripe in the opening minutes of the fracas after a 75 yard sus-
tained drive, only to lose the ball on a high pass from center which was bobbled
by Woodard. Later, Bill Beale, end for the Blue and Gold, recovered a Tiger
fumble on the Fremont six. Four drives at the line by Souza put the ball over.
He converted on a line buck giving the Cubs a 7-0 win.
Technical vs. Fremont-Believing that the'Bengals had gone stale, Coach
Berven ordered a cessation of practice for a week preceding the Tech battle.
Then Tech, the only team to beat Castlemont was routed by a l9-0 count. A
"Minnie"-to-Woodard pass accounted for the first score. Lloyd Hoffman and Al
Padel blocked lsola's punt which was scooped up by Bill Garetson who went
to the five, Bob Warren scoring on a buck. A short pass, Marshal to Woodard,
accounted for the last score. Marv Cummings dropkicked the nineteenth digit.
Castlemont vs. Fremont-The league champs, determined to reach a post-
season game with the winner of the San Francisco league, were not to be stopped
by the best offered by Fremont. Walt Mattos scored standing from the Tiger
twenty on a reverse in the first period. ln the last quarter a long pass was inter-
cepted by Mattos who romped seventy-five yards to the Fremont twenty. The
Green Wave held for downs, but a fumble and a penalty, added to an eight
yard romp by Anderson, paved the way for Mattos' second score and the ball
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The crew season, scheduled for juniors and seniors only, opened at Lake Merritt
on September l8, with a turnout of one hundred seventy-five. Virginia Roy and
Winifred Young were the crew managers. Climaxing the season a regatta and
picnic supper were held when Waldyne Simpson's boat was Winner in the form
event and Frances Hartsock's in the speed event. The victors received paddles
and ribbons as souvenirs.
The basketball season opened on November 12, with the first of the confer-
ence games being played during the gym period, and only the semi-finals and
finals being played after school. The final game came before the semi-annual
sports dinner, held Ianuary 4. The student manager of this sport Was Dorothy
Volley ball and tennis were given over to sophomore play only. September
23 marked the opening of the seven-Week volley ball season, during which
Dorothy Chase acted as manager. Charlotte Spenser's team held top-notch
place when the season closed. Approximately sixty-five sophomores turned out
for tennis under lane Blanchet as manager.
Swiming Was held for ten Weeks at the Y.W.C.A. Iune Mayrand and Dorothy
White were managers.
One of the most important events on the sports calendar was the formation
of a Sports Council, made up of a representative from each gym class, plus
the various sports managers. The duty of the Council is to act as an executive
group in all matters pertaining to sports in general. Officers of the Council are:
Dorothy Carr, president: lane Blanchett, vice president, Maude Harker, secretary.
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