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Lieutenant Colonel Holderness
Brown at back bore the burden of the defense and while not in a position to score very often, fed the ball to the other man, rallied flagging spirts and kept the men in that “fighting spirit”.
It is in polo that Arizona has achieved her greatest sporting glory, in colorful unison her spangles of cardinal red and Navy blue have flashed on the polo fields of the west. In victory or defeat her horsemen have never failed to fight and have won the right to that undying epithet that characterizes the athletes of the world—“sportsmanship”.
Arizona can well be proud of her polo team of 1934-’35 and hope for another such quartet of fine men as these to carry on in the polo of the future.
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Turley. Roblnaon, Preininver. Warlord Rearer. Henderson, Winters
Starting in a season which seemed destined to success under the able coaching of Fred Enkc, the varsity squad was soon handicapped by a scries of injuries which deprived the team of several of the first string players.
In the first series played against Whittier College, Arizona won both games by the scores of 47 to 29 and 29 to 24. One week later Arizona again turned back a second threat from Southern California by defeating Occidental College in a two game scries 42 to 32 and 36 to 29. In the first few games Walter Schlotzhaucr,Arizona co-captain, was leading scorer, followed closely by Ralph Winters playing center for the Wildcats. Billy Jack, Arizona’s star forward and co-captain, received an injury in the second game with Whittier which prevented him from playing for the rest of the season.
The Wildcats then turned their attention to their own Border Conference and defeated Tempe in two games, 36 to 30 and 40 to 35. Following this the Texas Mines also suc-combed to the Wildcats attack to the tune of 33 to 13. In the next series at Tempe the
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