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STERLING NEWMAN, Halfback Age 21, height 5 ft. S .in., weight 167. Experience i year Varsity. Registered from Twin Falls, Idaho. TALMA IMLAY, Quarterback Age 21, height 5 ft. 73 2 in., weight 153. Experience Freshman. Registered from Salinas. PETE SCHAFFNIT. End Age 20, height 5 ft. n in., weight 176. Experience Freshman. Registered from Bakersfield. MYRON BROWN, Fullback Age 19, height 5 ft. 10 in., weight 169. Experience Freshman. Registered from Walnut Grove. ri! 19 1
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ARTHUR BEST, Guard Age 22, height 6 ft. i in., weight i8j. Ex- perience 2 years Varsity. Registered from Tulsa. Okla. WALTER RAU, Tackle Age 21, height 5 ft. u in., weight 190. Experience Freshman. Registered from Venice. DANA CAREY, Guard Age 20, height 6 ft. 2 in., weight 195. Experience Freshman. Registered from Berkeley. DONALD PERRY, Guard Age 22, height 6 ft., weight 200 Experi- ence 2 years Varsity. Registered from San Anselmo.
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vS ei FRESHMAN START DRIVE TOWARD SENIOR GOAL PRELIMINARY SEASON FRESHMEN 26 SENIORS A VANCE dope concerning the outcome of the 1923 season ' s interclass football series ran true to form when the 1927 squad defeated the Seniors by a 26-0 score in the game for the title. The Juniors and the Sophomores played a o-o tie in the contest for third place honors. The series was valuable in that it gave Coach Andy Smith and his corps of assistants a valuable opportunity to size up a large field of aspirants and make some valuable selections for the Varsity squad from the contesting teams. The showing made by the freshman team was especially promising and gave signs of the development of another strong Cub squad. As the series took place before the opening of the regular conference season none of the regular coaches were allowed on the field. Each of the fo ur teams was coached by letter men from the 1922 Varsity team. An unusually large turnout for berths on the interclass teams was a notable feature of the series. The quality of football resulting was correspondingly high. The fact that over five thousand people were on the California Field bleachers to view the interclass finals is proof of the interest taken in the class teams by the mass of the student body. At the close of the interclass series the Varsity squad was announced. Many of the players on the Goofs, or Reserves, were made up of interclass material.
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