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Berry. Duwe, 8 1)11 ns. Knox Bland. Warlord, McGuire
in three | crfcctly executed plays. However the Wildcats, far from defeated, came back in the second half to score two touchdowns. Ted Bland and Andy Rogers lead the offense while Cochran, Mullen, and Crogan played heads-up defensive ball.
Meeting their first defeat of the season, a fighting Wildcat eleven was handed a 6 to 0 defeat by the Loyola Lions from Los Angeles before a Homecoming crowd of nearly ten thousand people. Both teams played a brand of ball which has seldom been seen on the Arizona gridiron. The game was pri marily a duel between Arizona’s dynamic Ted Bland and the Lion’s Jack Byrne, considered one of the best backs on the Pacific Coast.
Coming from the Loyola game with many injuries, the Wildcats offered little rcsiscancc to the underrated New Mexico Aggies. The Brcsenham brothers and A. Apodoco broke through Arizona’s defense to stop many of the running plays, while I c and Sanoglc of the Aggies backficld intercepted or broke up all of the Wildcat passes. However, the Arizona line, staring George Beeler, prevented the Aggies from gaining much gound. The game ended with the score tied 0 to 0.
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Clayton, Cochran, Roif r . Hhefler Nolan. Cobhc, .'lenJcrMjn, S:mo:idi
The Wildcats, coached for their second consecutive year by Tex Oliver ended their 1934-35 football season with an unusually good record, winning six games, losing two, and tying one.
The Cats started their winning march by defeating San Diego State, 7 to 0. This game was featured by Captain Robinson’s punt blocking ability and stellar backficld work by Wynn, Bland, and Knox. The Astccs offered a stubborn defense, and using Sims as their principal threat often made good gains thru the Arizona line.
Striking a second time in as many weeks, the Wildcats downed the hard fighting Colorado Aggies 7 to 3. In the third quarter the Farmers marched goalward to the Arizona one yard line where for three downs the Wildcats presented a stone wall defense, but failed to block the Aggie place-kick which was good for 3 points. I-ate in the fourth quarter a pass from Bland to Wallace gave Arizona its lone score. Robinson, Duwc, Simondi, and Nolan stood out as Arizona’s line defense, while Wynn and Bland again showed speed and judgment in the back field.
Lead by Arrambide the Whittier Poets crossed the Wildcat goal line in the first quarter
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Prclnincrr, Carlyle, leracl. Beeler Powler. Adamson, Wynn
Exhibiting a real offensive power Arizona, by a combination running and passing attack, defeated the University of New Mcxio Lobos 14 to 6, and thus avenged last season 7 to 0 defeat. The Lobos famous passing attack failed to materialize while Arizona countered with many completed passes from Bland to Wharford. Piacs, New Mexico’s ambidextrous quarterback, proved himself dangerous, but was too closely watched to do much damage. Bergman and Nolan starred on the Arizona line while Henderson and Knox played well in the backficld,
With the Wildcats combined attacks functioning smoothly, the Goldbugs of Oklahoma City University bowed to a 26 to 6 defeat from the hands of the “Desert Men.” This was one of Arizona’s most successful invasions of the year and gave good proof oi the powerful offense developed as the season advanced.
The Tempe State Bulldogs failed to give the expected opposition and were trampled beneath a 32 to 6 score by the Wildcats.
In a game marred by many penalities and individual fights, the inspired Arizona eleven practically fought the surprised Matadors of Texas Tech to a standstill. However,
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