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SOULES Wescott Corey Woters ' ■JUST ANOTHER BOLLES CREW " was the verdict of rowing critics after Tom ' s yearling rowing machine had whipped down the wind-swept Lake Washington course far out in front of Russ Nagler ' s Californians last April — it was the seventh consecutive year of victory for Bolles and his annual model in freshman rowing eights. And then they said the outfit was one of his finest after the Washington con- tingent again broke the Golden Staters in a final driving spurt on the historic h-ludson River to complete the first link in a glorious tri-victory chain that day for purple and gold rowing eights. A severe illness kept Bolles from directing the first three months of drill for his green charges in the fall of 1935. In fact, he met his four-boot flotilla for the first time on January 9 of lost year — and from that time on to April and June he instilled the Bolles winning spirit and juggled rowing combinations until finally he emerged for the Poughkeepsle fray with the Wassard, Carey, Cook, Hawel, Wescott, Eggert, Alderson, Soules, Colbert machine that went on to sweep the cream of the nation ' s first-year crews. And now, with his shining record left behind at Washington, Tom Bolles IS firmly entrenched at FHcrvard as head rowing coach and already this year his varsity machine has mowed over three of the East ' s finest collegiate crews. Bolles ' place was taken over by Walt Raney and Bob Moch who engineered the hlusky yearlings to another victory over the Californians this year. BELL U Colbert Wossard 226
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I Spott5 amQta .eft: By and Jimmy grab o feel of the Starcevlch biceps. Center: Bond in bed. Tne b 9 tackle reads a letter from t e gal friend in Seattle. Right: he senior backs — Logg, NowogroskI, Haines, and Cain — pose for a picture at Santo Barboro. _eft: A football captain hits the books Defore the Rose Bowl — Fritz Woskowltz. Center: Dr. Don Palmer — team physician —taking It easy at the Santa Barbara rolning camp. Right: Cain and Mondala jttempt to feel Storcevich ' s biceps. Left: Three cre -men at Berlin — Day, McMillln, and Hunt take It easy on a stone wall near crew quarters. Left Center: Jim McMIIlin poses for a candid shot. The Olympic course Is In the background. Center: The Olympic flog — yeh, but what ' s that other one. Oh, just Mr. Hitler ' s swas- tika gonfalon! Right Center: George Pocock and Al Ulbrickson lean against the door of the Huskies ' quorters at Berlin. Right: The flag of all notions — the Olympic emblem. The Olympic champions after a workout at Princeton. The varsity leaves the shellhouse — ready for a long pu "
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7toik TootbaU . . . 1936 Bechtol Bird Nelson o THE HIGH POINT of the Husky Pups ' I 936 gridiron season was the second-half roily thot enabled them to come from behind and wallop the Washington State frosh 13-6 at Pullman. A 6-0 loss to a powerful Bell- ingham Normal eleven and a 13-7 trimming at the hands of the Oregon yearlings completed the three- gome season. Much outstonding varsity material was uncovered throughout the seoson, with one of the heaviest crops of talented bockfield men turning out In recent years. Up to the varsity squad for the ' 37 season went a number of the Husky frosh for spring practice ond indications ore that they will play a prominent part in oiding Washington fortunes in PCC play. Leading the young leather-luggers were Don Thompson, compact Ellensburg halfback; Don Jones and Bill Sleason, flashy ball carriers; Lloyd Phelps, who romped to a touchdown against Oregon; Joe Dubsky and Chorlle Bechtol, the small but mighty Chicago poir; Bill Hill, big, rugged fullback; and Chorley Rus- sell, the swivel-hipped I ' unning threat. Plebe linemen slated to cotch Jimmy Phelon ' s eye wei ' e Hugh Bauer, Louis Nelson, and Earl Piatt, a trio of promising ends. Horry Bird and George Blonchord, guards; Walt Yonker and AIno Loukkanen, tackles; and Al Zemeck, outstanding center. The thirty-two numeral winners were: Bauer, Bech- tol, Bird, Blocklngton, Blonchord, Dubsky, DeLong, Emerson, Everett, Gorretson, Gleoson, Howklns, Hill, Hufford, Jones, KIttleson, Loukkonen, Phillips, Piatt, Maurovlch, McNulty, Nelson, Phelps, Russell, Sigford, Thompson, Wall, Wallace, Yorr, Yonker, Yonltis, and Zemeck. J Dubsky w -pi Zemeck y Hill Gle Don Thompson Sloshes OH-Tockle Against Oregon. Thompson 227 . i:
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