SHS 1936 Football record

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SHS 1936 Football record - SHEFFIELD HIGH GRID TEAM CONCLUDES DRAB...
SHEFFIELD HIGH GRID TEAM CONCLUDES DRAB ........................ lineup in the games they missed would have changed the result, there is no question had they been r AMDAiru T’lirrv urixTO available from start to finish that LAMrAiuN; TWO WINS the Wolverines' line and morale would have been stronger and Utter. Utter. Following is tbe cord for 1936: S. H. S. 25, Weedville 0 (From Page S1 a ) ends; Archie Phillips, center; Joe Dorotics and George Irvin, halfbacks; halfbacks; William Bidwell, tackle: 1 Stanley Spicer quarterback: and Stanton Murphy, reserve guard. Unsatisfactory aa is the record j compiled this year by the Orange and Black, it marks an improvement improvement over that of the 1935 season season when Coach Tom Drummond's charges, most of whom were first- year men, accounted for but one victory, a 6 to 2 verdict over Dun- 1 kirk Vocational. Further improvement improvement is noted 111 the fact that the locals provided sterner opposition this year than they did last year against five opponents. In reviewing the dismal showing showing of the Wolverines this year, it ‘ S. H. S. 6 , Titusville 27x. S. H. S. 0, Jobnaonburg 12. S. H. S. 0, Kane 20. S. H. S. 0, Ridgway 21x. S. H. S. 0, Corry 13x. S. H. S. 40, Dunkirk Voc. Ox. S. H. S. 14, Falconer 33. S. H. S. 12, Youngsville 18. S. H. S. 0, Warren 13x. x — games played away from home. Wrightsville Wolverines re- I ; Wrightsville. Nov. 25—There is only fair to Coach Drummond to •v as a good attendance ai Luther point out that from the start he League w'hich was held Friday was hampered by lack of numeri- ! night at the home of Frank 1s- cal strength in the squad. Further, ackson. the undermanned squad was con- I Miss Mary Dyke was th* st siderably weakened in the first of Dora Johnson at her aome game when Cronmiller, counted on here over the week end. as regular center for the season, 1 Mis 3 Dorothy McAvoy and Glen sustained a broken wrist which Stewart of Buffalo, N. Y., were kept him out of action until near tbe guests of Mrs. O. W. Stewart the end of the campaign. In addi-'a^d family at their home Sunday tion, the services of co-capt. , afternoon. Johnny Petruney. one of tbe more Burnell Huff damaged his car able members of the squad, were somewhat Saturday evening near lost to the team in the three garnes Fluvana, N, Y., when he attempt- following the opener because ’ of ed to stop on the slippery pave—------ ; that young man’s later reconsider- ment to give assistance to a car ed decision to quit school. Al- that had gone over the embank-44 though it is dubious whether the ment. Burnell's car skidded, ar.d presence of these players in the 'vaa hit by a wrecker coming from

Clipped from Warren Times Mirror30 Nov 1936, MonPage 7

Warren Times Mirror (Warren, Pennsylvania)30 Nov 1936, MonPage 7
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