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; 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...
Programs; Football teams; Football players; College sports--California--Los Angeles
Athletic News reported by Loyola University Department of Public Information about Loyola vs. San Francisco football game on Sunday, November 25, 1951 at 2 pm at the Pasadena Rose Bowl, listing names of the line-ups and squad for both teams.
Schedule for Loyola Industrial Relations School, Spring term 1951 -- Tuesday Evenings, February 27 to April 24, Classes held at Loyola High School, 1901 Venice Boulevard, between Vermont and Normandie.
Football players; College sports--California--Los Angeles
Letter of April 10, 1951 from Ray Texas E. Schramm, Jr, Publicity Director at Los Angeles Rams, to Jack Cunningham, Athletic Publicity Director at Loyola University of Los Angeles, requesting information about Richard Nanry and Roger Nolan, two...