He played halfback running back or lineman. They played both sides of the ball back then.
good i Each each practical an as impossi- at miles any pair a MitchelkenTake Full Advantage Of Many Fumbles CHICO Gal., Nov. 28--(UP)--University 28--(UP)--University of Nevada defeated Chico State College 14 to 6 here today for a crowd of 2500, and cinched third place in the far-western final conference standings. It was the fourth straight conference conference defeat for Chico. Taking advantage of frequent fumbles the Wolves pushed over a touchdown in the first period arid another in the sscond in a slashing, bruising game that took a heavy injured toll among the lighter Chicoans After McKmnon, Nevada guard, recovered a Chico fumble on the 20 yard line, Halfback Rodriguez raced 20 yards on a reverse on next play to put the ball on the yard line From there Fullback bucked it over on the next play. In the second period Smith, Wolf center, recovered another Wildcat fumble en the Chico 26 Grubbs advanced the ball 16 yards to the jard line on a double reverse and Tha^p went over a few plays later for the second tally. Bill Cashill's- place kick was good for both conversions The Chicoans pushed deep into Nevada territory time a f t e r time breakaway runn,ng attack only to fumble or bug- down as the Wolves I m p tightened. In t h e f o u quarter Roberts passed six yards to Cottar on the Nevada one yard line a f u s t down, and on t h e Andante powered the ball over zales' placement t r y was Aide. The Lineups: CHICO POS NEVADA Pentico LER . . Guild Reimers LTR . . McKinnon Gonzales LGR .. Dellanoy Freitas C. .. Smith Kreigh PGL .. .. Cashill Kossow RTL .. Show-alter Ubaldi REL.. . . Benson Henry Q Ohrt Roberts RHL .. . Grubbs Campbell LHR .. . Rodriguez Plumer F Tharp