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Aniorniih. Franklin, Clark Third awards — Capt. Paul Schwegler, tackle; Merle Hiifford, William Marsh, Clarence Bledsoe, and Jack Patrick, backs; Boh Lenfesty, end. Second awards — Capt.-elect Bill O ' Brien, Boh Palmer, and Lawrence Perrish, guards; Colin Howard and Ray Finn, centers; Dave Nisbet, end; Everett Stitz, tackle; Bill Wol- cott, Johnny Cherberg, August Buse, Fred Borden, and Elmer Martin, backs. First awards — Bill Smith and Pete Anton- cich, ends; Joe Wiatrak, tackle; Frank Win- dust, Elmer Lorentzon, and Adolph Roth, guards; Ted Isaacson, center; and Benny Sohn, back. Captain Schwegler, Merle Hufford, Bob Lenfesty, Clarence Bledsoe, Lawrence Per- rish, Jack Patrick, Bill Marsh, and Elmer Martin, lettermen all, will be the toll taken this year by graduation. •!•
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Marsh, I ' ede.rson, Volroll U. S. C. 44; Washington 7 With the state championship under their behs, the Huskies entrained for Los Angeles to play the Trojans on December 3. That outfit, already regarded as one of the coun- try ' s strongest elevens, lived up to their rep- utation, downing the Huskies 44-7. Howard Jones, canny Trojan mentor, detailed three men to take care of Paul Schwegler, Wash- ington ' s biggest line-threat. Shaver and Mohler, probably the most consistent scor- ing backs in the country last season, ripped and slashed the Husky defense to score three times each. In the fourth quarter, playing against Jones ' third and fourth-string, a 20-yard pass, Sohn to Lenfesty, resulted in a viola- tion of the Trojan goal-line for the Huskies ' only score. Buse converted. Washington ' s season conference record of three victories, three defeats, and one tie game placed them fifth in the league stand- ing, the same spot occupied last year. On the way home from Los Angeles, Schwegler was elected honorary captain since the 1931 team had had no regular lead- er during the season. Bill O ' Brien, varsity guard who just missed being All-Coast mate- rial, was elected captain for 1932. Following are the football " W " winners for 1931 : Cherberg Easily Trots Atvay From Hillman 108
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X EN THOUSAND HUSKY VOICES CHEER LUSTILY FOR THESE BOYS ON THE HUDSON — COME ON WASHINGTON!
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