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Weber College Co-Captains WMiMMMMMMiMi FOOTBALL PILOTS . . . DeWayne Randall of Centerville, left, and Dick Williams, of Ogden, right, are the co-captains of the Weber College football team for 1946. They were named at a squad meeting following practice Monday night. Randall is a lineman and Williams is a backfield performer. , lis L.jn- iadv.) chool )., 450 (adv.) irical lirty the -m, 3- . ur iv.) ... m„ . <. , / a f of $10 w*. mm guilty city court U, » charge of rur a red light. Cash for that silent piar 4621. Glen Bros. Music Cc Parking—Ed Herscovitz, 2276 Washington, forfeited in city court on a chargt proper parking. Boy with Bicycle W? Steve's Office Supply. For That New "Honey t Kimball Sandberg, call or cu to Beauty Studio at Penney' 8821. ib- ck |» > Licenses—Marriage licen been issued today at tb county clerk's office to Evans, 52, and Bertha 42, both of Ogden, and j Sasaki, 43, and Chitose■ Ty,..„ 52, both of Ogden. Try Before You Buy - Counselor—sHn care anc* Parting. ' yllis Fowles, (» Wildcats to Open Season Ticket Drive on Thursday Chamber of Commerce and Luncheon Club Teams To Assist Students in $ 10,000 Goal; Kick-off Dinner Initiates Mammoth Program Ogden's community football drive for better attendance at Weber College games this season was outlined at a "kick- off" dinner in the college cafeteria last night. More than 40 ^business men responded. Leonard G. Diehl, general chairman, outlined the general plan for • the ticket drive, which opens Thursday morning and closes late Friday afternoon. The goal is $10,- 000 worth of season ducats. Rev, John Edward Carver told of early football experiences and of the change in the style of play. He also urged Ogdenites to get back of the football program at Weber college during 1946 and in seasons to come. President H. A. Dixon of Weber college thanked the business men for their cooperation. He invited all of them to attend the first football assembly of the year Friday, ! September 27. When teams canvass seventeen I districts of Ogden Thursday and i Friday, each team will be com- ] prised of two business men, a coed I and a male student of Weber col- | lege. The teams have been drafted as ] follows: Team one Norman Darnbos, Walter Wall, Shirley Chandler and Fred Stringham. Team two — Hal Armstrong, James Raat, Beth Willey and Dick Farr. Team three—R. D. Pollock, J. E. Carter, Donna Smith and Lloyd Thompson. Team four—Eddie Herscovitz, Stan Kershaw, Norma Manning anfl Bill Blair. Team five—Eddie Van Sweden, Harry Smith, Mary Jean Jensen and Don Jardine. Team six—Alf Dalton, M. M. Evans, Marilyn Robinson and Carl Blaes. Team seven—Ken Todd, John Rushmer, Patricia Madsen and Tom Poulton. Team eight—Al Thon, R. O. Peterson, Gloria Phinney and Paul Poulton. Team nine — Ev Jolly, Alton Parker, Beth Olsen and Lynn Winchester. Team ten—John London, Jack Angerbauer, Norma Fletcher and Bert Corkey. Team eleven—Noble Fishburn, Jack Reynolds, Lou Ann Huss and Dick Hyer. Team twelve — Max Elliott, Ralph Fuller, Ruth Holmes and Wally McPhie. Team thirteen—J. A. Gealta, Gus Hayball, Shirley Stark and Walter Sorenson. Team fourteen — Melvin Bryan, Ben Van De Graff, Jean Binnie and Roy Madsen. Team fifteen—R. A. Clarke, B. A. Wilkinson, Kathryn Hackett and Dave Mason. Team sixteen—Charles Ward, A. B. Bate, Ruth Dixon and Russell Thorne. Team seventeen—Claude Armstrong, Pete Piersanti, Jean Fack- rell and Harry Soteras. •arry We •son Ev?
|Title||007_Weber College Co-Captains_1946|
|Subject||Ogden, Utah; Weber College; Weber State College|
|Description||This Collection consists of a 119 page Scrapbook put together by members of the Weber College Whip Club, the school'; s pep club, covering the years between 1946 and 1955. Included are a full listing of yearly pledges, 27 football programs, newspaper clippings concerning charity and sports events, 10 invitations, menus, 7 letters, 15 photographs, and a biography of the Whip Club by Norma Manning.|
|Publisher Digital||Stewart Library, Weber State University|
|Contributors||Weber College; Whip Club|
|Original Format||Brown Leather 11 in. X 14 in. 119 page Scrapbook|
|Digitization Specifications||TIFF images were scanned by Jacqlin Guernsey and Jill Walker at 400 dpi with an Epson Expression 10000XL scanner. JPG and PDF files were then created for general use.|
|Source||Weber State University Archives|
|Rights Management||Public Domain. Courtesy of University Archives, Stewart Library, Weber State University|