Loyola University of Los Angeles--Football; College football players
Black-and-white photograph of two football players in uniform side-by-side in squatting position before a snap. Pieces of tape visible in upper center and bottom left corner of photograph. Notation "2a" written in bottom right corner.
A black-and-white photograph of two football players in uniform crouching on an outdoor field, facing one another, with one hand on the ground and their helmets touching. Both players are turned slightly to face the camera. Their jerseys are...
College football players--California--Los Angeles; Football coaches--California--Los Angeles
A black and white photograph of coach Tom Lieb and player Howard Whelan each kneeling on one knee on a grass field. Tom Lieb is holding a live lion cub. Photograph has caption ""Howard Whalen"" signed in lower right corner.
Football coaches; College sports--California--Los Angeles
Western Union telegram of December 20, 1947 from Bill Sargent, Football Coach of Loyola University of Los Angeles, which says "desire to set Sept 25th for game here next year advise R. T. Monegan, Graduate Mgr, College of Pacific."
College football players; Thermometers; Japan--Funeral customs and rites;
A newspaper or magazine clipping of a segment entitled "Strange as it Seems" by Elsie Hix. The text of this segment reads, "Tsuchi-Mikado, of Japan, remained unburied for 40 days after his death because there was no money for a funeral! A...
Black-and-white photograph of the St. Vincent's College football team. Features three rows of seated and standing students; most wearing black turtleneck sweaters with the St. Vincent's crest on the front. Two students are wearing suits.
Mass; United States. Army Reserve.; Football coaches; College sports--California--Los Angeles; College presidents--California--Los Angeles; College student newspapers and periodicals
Front page of the Loyolan includes articles such as "Loyola Graduate Returns to Bluff," "Rev. E Whelan Says High Mass for Errant ERC," "Loyolans Bid Farewell to Reservists at P. E. Station," and "Dr. Kadner Commissioned into U. S. Amry Reserve."