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Freshman Football Squad
With an abundance of ready material Coach McKale again produced an undefeated and untied Frosh eleven. The Pcagrceners not only showed strong defensive powers, but also proved themselves capable of submitting an almost unstoppable offensive attack. The Frosh easily defeated their opponents. In their annual game with Phoenix High School, the Greenmen came through with a decisive 13 to 0 victory over the fairly powerful high school eleven. Again by displaying tricky plays, the Wildkittens came through with an 18 to 0 defeat for the Tcmpc State College Bullpups. In the following game the Frosh ran rough-shod over the Phoenix Junior College Bears 13 to 0, and then trampled Flagstaff’s Frosh eleven to the tune of 26 to 0. In the last game of the season the Frosh defeated the Varsity Reserves by the close score of 7 to 6.
Starring in the backfield for the Frosh were DcGomez, Eton, and Smilanich, while on the line Johnson, and Parker showed much promise for future varsity material.
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by the combined playing class of Priddy and Martin on the line and Clark and Dowell in the backficld, the boys from Lubbock finally eked out a 13 to 7 victory. Warford scored Arizona’s single tally by intercepting a Matador fumble and running 52 years to the goal line.
In a post season game played at Phoenix the Wildcats met their fourth California opponent, College of the Pacific. The Pacific Tigers, coached by the famous Amos Alonzo Stagg, had bowed in defeat to the University of California by the close score of 7 to 6. Rated as one of the classiest team on the coast, the Tigers entered the Arizona game 3 to 1 favorites. The Wildcats, playing the greatest game of football ever seen in the Phoenix stadium, smashed and humbled the Tigers under an avalanche of touchdowns which ended with the score 31 to 7. The Tigers with the ball on Arizona’s 4Yi yard line in the second quarter, gained only 4 yards in four plays. Thus the whole squad, line and backficld, showed their power as a unit and gave this game as as climaxing tribute to the superb coaching of Tex Oliver.
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