Warren Greets 66 Frosty As Grid Season Opens Coach John Warren yesterday greeted one of the largest fresh man football turnouts in the his tory of the University for the first workout of the season. Sixty-six beefy candidates for the frosh team reported for duty. The squad spent the first day working on fundamentals and calesthenics. Coach Warren, aid ed by Don Mabee, will concen trate on blocking and tackling for the first few days. Five states and the Hawaiian islands are represented on the squad. California leads the out of-state men with 21. There are also players from Washington, Idaho, and Pennsylvania. Earl Imboden, 240-pound tackle from Long Beach, California, is the heaviest man on the squad, although there are many beefy 200-pounders galloping around the field. The complete tournout follows: Centers: Harold Bailey, Whit tier, Cal.; John Daniels, Long Beach, Cal.; Bill Dawson, Eu gene; Russell Morgan, Eugene; Jack Morton, Hood River; Rob ert Pendergrass, Portland; Clark Stokes, Twin Falls, Idaho; Rob ert Ruben, Los Angeles, Cal. Guards: Victor Atiyen, Port land; Robert Beckman, Eugene; Edward Burlingame, Touchet, Wash.; Martin Feldman, South Gate, Cal.; Donald Mayne, Port land; Marshall Pattison, Santa Monica, Cal.; Jake Prince, Al bany. Tackles: Ray Blatchley, Eu gene; Richard Corbett, Lafayette, Cal.; Dan Dinges, Lexington; Jean Dutton, Klondike; Earl Im boden, Long Beach, Cal.; Les Phillips, Seaside; Bill Stewart, San Jose, Cal. Ends: Bob Aiken, Ontario; Mercer Brown, San Mateo, Cal.; Walt Cole, Eugene; Philip George, Eugene; Bob Donnelly, Hanford, Cal.; George Dugan, Cottage Grove; Laird Hyde, Al bany; Frederick Kuhl, Hammond; Harold Lloyd, Tumwater, Wash.; Peter Torchia, Johnstown, Pa.; Donald Smith, Pilot Rock; J. P. McCowan, Long Beach, Cal. Quarterbacks: Alfred Bailey, Wendling; Don Brown, Myrtle Point; Bruce Percifield, Honolulu, s T. H.; Robert Signor, Portland; Daniel Plaza, Ontario. Halfbacks: Walter Hennessy, Warren; Grover Hofstetter, Sa lem; George Mielke, Stayton; Bob Morrison, Portland; John Garri son, Long Beach, Cal.; Art Mur phy, Oakland, Cal.; Warren Ham ilton, Los Altos, Cal.; Maxwell Amstutz, Hollywood, Cal.; Ralph Conway, McMinnville; Eugene Davis, Ukiah, Cal.; John Belling er, Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, T. H.; Stan Boyd, Riverside, Cal.; Ly man Glasgow, Concord, Cal.; Lloyd Greenslade, Portland; Don Vedder, Newberg; Jack Willis, Beverly Hills, Cal.; Bill Spies, Cottage Grove; Haslett Haight, Alameda, Cal.; Bob Reynolds, Portland. Fullbacks: Don Brown, Ka miah, Idaho; Bud Cote, Millbrae, Cal.; Bill Davis, Grants Pass; William Mayther, Spokane, Wash. Positions of sophomore foot ball managers are still open, ac cording to Senior Manager Steve Bush. All wishing to try out should report to Bush immediate ly. HE'S OUT Hymie Harris, whose antics at end are sorely missed by Oliver. Harris is now in Chicago, ready to enter the navy as an ensign. Johnny" MlWIbANO CskbAlfc? I PLUNGING FULLBACK, GAINED 350 YARDS AGAINST HARVARD IN 1913 WITHOUT SCORING Each time he took A theballtothecrim-l SON GOAL LINE THE QUARTERBACK CALLED •SOME OTHER BACK TO CARRY THE BALL OVER. ALL FAILED AND HARVARD SCORED A 7 TO O VICTORY / m Uhe university of Denver. CELEBRATES ADAM *N0 EVE DAY IM JANUARY. EACH STUD ENT RECEIVES AN APPLE FROM THE CHANCELLOR./ TRIO OF LOCAL GAMBLERS' SECURED THE LAND FOR. THE FIRST BUILDING OF THE UNIVERSITY • • • OF ARIZONA • • • Rally Squad to Present Movies of Indian Game With Coach Tex Oliver narrat ing, the ASUO rally squad will present colored movies of the thrilling Stanford-Oregon game Thursday evening at 8 o’clock in Chapman hall. The film wi.l be free to all students upon pre sentation of athletic cards. The movies are a new project by the rally committee and the plans are to sponsor one after every away-from-home game for the enjoyment of those students unable to attend and also for a clean r understanding of what happened and when. Frosh Hoop Stars (Continued from page four) toria; Tom Stachweek, Living ston, Mont.; Ed Salstrom, Salem; Howard Applegate, Yoncalla; Bob Erlandson, Klamath Falls; Don Asselstine, Kent, Wash. Ed D e K e a te r , Washington, Portland; Rod Taylor, Eugene; Jack Hannam, Roosevelt, Port land; Don Herndon, West Lynn; Wayne Hickon, Thurston; Jim Prior, Grant, Portland; Bryce Sidesinger, Jefferson, Portland; Pat Callahan, Philippines; John Gitzen, Medford; Harold Fawcett, Medford; Steve Bristol, Boh Campbell, Palmer Falloren, Ho mer Groat, John Hidiger, Bill Huggins, Eugene Jackson, Claude Lokan, Ed Gearhart, Dale Bor gen, Charles Marlatt, Jim Mit chell, John Orth, Clyde Pierce, Hugh Smith, Henry Voderberg, Gerald Woodward, Willis Elliott, Dave Waite, Dick Steelhammer, George Halleck, Hal Fredericks, Six Lettermen (Continued from page four) Seven sophomores from last season’s successful frosh five will bolster the lettermen in the key positions. They are Lloyd Jack son, Bob Wren, Bob Newland, Roger Dick, Warren Christenson, Chet Schiewe, and Jack Lakefish. 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A total of $7,466.60 was grant ed in student loans during the initial two days of this year, as compared with $10,120.30 during the 1940-41 registration period. niKf.i pi il HERE IT IS 'When Ladies Meet' with Robert Taylor, Joan Crawford, Greer Garson — also —Red Skelton and Ann Rutherford in 'Whispering in the Dark' Come and See The Oregon-Stanford Game Pictures — also — "HERE COMES MR. JORDAN' with ROBERT MONTGOMERY and EVELYN KEYES TWO BIG FEATURES 'Rage in Heaven' with Robert Montgomery and Ingra Bergman — also — 'North of the Lone Star' with Bill Elliott MOVED OVER! ABBOT and COSTELLO m 'HOLD THAT GHOST'