University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

 - Class of 1935

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Manager Davis Duwc, Pftlm, Vickers, Biggs J»ck, Schlotzhaucr. Cronin Wildcats met with their first defeat from a determined Bulldog squad 38 to 40. However, Arizona won the second game of the series 49 to 39. The following week, Arizona defeated the New Mexico Lobos in a two game series by the scores of 38 to 37 and 41 to 38. It was after this series that Harold Turley, one of the team’s most brilliant players, was forced to stop basketball due to an injury rccciv ed earlier in the season. Starting on the most disastrous tour in basketball history, Arizona met with a two game defeat from the Flagstaff Lumberjacks. At Albuquerque, the Wildcats again met defeat at the hands of the much improved Lobo squad. Finally meeting their arch rival, Texas Tech, minus the services of Captain Schlotzhaucr, the Cats received their most sc vere defeat, losing both games by large scores. The touring team composed of Warford, Biggs, Preininger, Schlotzhaucr, Winters, Vickers, and Duwc, although probably outclassed, never once failed to show the fighting, sportsmanlike spirit so characteristic of an Arizona team.

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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 Pag 104



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Frosh BtsJctlball Souad Limey Gibbings freshman squad came close to having a perfect season, winning fourteen and losing only two games. The peagreeners gave promise of good varsity material for the 1935-36 season. During the season the frosh met, as their outstanding opponents, Tucson High School, whom they defeated in every game, Tempo Freshmen, Flagstaff Freshmen, and the Sunset Dairy team of Tucson to whom they lost by a single point margin and who later in the season won the Tucson city championship. The Frosh won three out of the four games against the Ternpc Bullpups, and defeated both Phoenix Junior College and the Flagstaff Frosh in all games played. Jackson, Enty, and Johnson played excellent ball throughout the season and were ably assisted by the whole squad, all of whom proved themselves very capable players. In the first seven games played the Frosh averaged 27.28 points a game to their opponents 22.07 points. However, the Frosh point average was increased as the season progressed.

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