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Football players

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

1954 University of Denver Varsity Football Squad Skyline Conference Champions, 1954

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Identifier: U300.08.0430.00001
Overview Image of the 1954 University of Denver varsity football squad and Skyline Conference champions superimposed on a wooden plaque. Back row (l-r): Bert Cooper, John Crawford, Joe Douglas (manager), Don Cushing (manager), Jack Musick (line coach), Wilber Volz (backfield coach), Dick Tomlinson (end coach), Earl Hamilton (freshman coach), Bob Blackman (head coach). Row four: Willie Jackson, Jim Pokipala, Jerry Nawrocki, Carl Halstead, Bob Burkey, Gary Nelson, Sel Elizondo, Charles Bernard, Bob...
Dates: 1954

University of Denver Football Team, 1954, 1954

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Identifier: U201.01.0413.00029
Overview The 1954 University of Denver football team poses in the stands at the stadium. Row 1: Joe Strasser, Ed Stuart, Charles DeLuca, Dean Westgard, Jack LaSalle, Ed Horvat, Larry Ross, Rusty Fairly, Fred Tesone, Fred Mahaffey, Walt Anderson. Row 2: Charles Olson, Jay Schnitker, Vince Benstead, Bob Ball, John Mette, Nick Angele, Don Griebel, Jim Bowen, Willie Anthony, Max Willsey, Danny Biro. Row 3: Ernie Pitts, Paul Koss, Dick Herman, Richard Mucha, Marvin Popp, Duane Hueneke, Roger Brandon, Bob...
Dates: 1954

University of Denver Men's Football Captain Ed Horvat, between 1953-1955

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Identifier: U300.01.0051.00027
Overview University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's football player Ed Horvat poses for a photograph.
Dates: between 1953-1955

Utah State's All Opponent Football Team 1955, 1956 February 1

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Identifier: U300.03.0084.00016
Overview Letter addressed to Jim Bowen, Ernie Pitts, and Ed Horvat from Utah State Agricultural College. The letter gives a first and second team for the 1955 season of players found exceptional according to Utah State. University of Denver (DU) players include first team: Ernie Pitts, Ed Horvat, and Jimmy Bowen. Second Team: Larry Ross, and Ed Elizondo.
Dates: 1956 February 1