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lell Duke Gloor shouts- -you squint at the little card nailed to the bench in front of you— " P " " R " " G " —up even with your forehead — the rope goes over — tear ' em up — a shower of color. " Be sure you wear a while blouse " — and the other side of the stadium sees this. t5» i t tunfordites were welcomed with a big red " S " when they came to the Univer- sity stadium — and here ' s a new collegiate attitude — several co- eds wouldn ' t tear up the red cardboard cards — but saved them, took them home. J J .n exciting moment — notice the yell-leaders jump- ing around and waving their arms. vfLud-puddles on the sidelines, rain, 50-yard com- pleted passes and touchdowns keep Joe Bowen busy while he scuttles from place to place with his headphones and mouthpiece. His right-hand man hustles from connection to connection, plug- ging and unplugging, keeping Joe from tripping on the wires, ff ' ithout Joe you wouldn ' t hear the relayed announcement — " Hufford gains five yards at right end " from loud-speakers. ., " « Lhis, dear students, is what you look like when Washington makes a touchdown. Is that a foot in the air — at the very right hand edge? And someone leaves a whole coat. Charming rooters ' caps always add a great deal to a football game.
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Xhe Husky and the Duck, at the U. of IT ' ., U. of Ore- gon game. This was one of Washington ' s most exciting games, even though lost by a large score. Governor Hartley, Mayor Edwards, countless city officials, tvere gathered in the Stadium to welcome Pangborn and Herndon, flyers of the Pacif- ic Ocean, just arrived in Seattle. Mrrofessor Edmond S. Meany, Washington ' s keeper of traditions and " grand old man, " reads the Rockne address while Big " W " blanketed foot- ball alumni stand soberly by, and the stadium bows its head in commemoration. tlusky " says hoivdy to Pangborn and Herndon. The two flyers attended the Uni- versity of Oregon game, rode around the stadium waving, and posed with Robin Gloor and the Washington " Husky. " Gloor prizes the pictures — had fits when they were borrowed for Tyee. J Lhis ticket stand is where the season begins, accord - ing to Earl Campbell, graduate manager. Washington ' s first big game was with Oregon.
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thirty-five thousand people arose and bowed their heads in memory of Kniite Rockne while, blankets around their shoulders in approved Si- wash style. Big " W " men stood in solemn lines to hear Professor Meany and Coach James Phelan eulogize the great football coach. tiddie Benz on the wing, or " Spring in the Sta- dium. " A few people can remem- ber having seen Mr. Benz as ex- cited as this. • ( J .nd this is Evart Nelson in a swan-dive — sort of a graceful and free pose. My, my, these yell leaders! ■Jt yjtloor teases the an- imals. (This section could prop- erly be called " Gloor ' s Life " rather than " College Life " — but then you know the old saying about names and faces.) n ilmot Ragsdale hula-hulas for the crowd. He is singing a song about " Minnie the Mermaid " and making de- scriptive gestures with his hands. (We hope.) J» Nalter Welke tunes up the Varsity Band. Chet Dun- can dons his high white-fur drum-major ' s hat, and they start down the field playing Washing- ton ' s " Bow Down. " " You are about to hear collegiate songs from the University rooters ' sec- tion " says station KOMO.
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