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Teams on the field where the Mountainlair Parking Garage now stands (2006.)
Teams on the field where the Mountainlair Parking Garage now stands (2006.)
Teams on the field where the Mountainlair Parking Garage now stands (2006.)
Group portrait of the first intercollegiate football team of West Virginia University. Members include: 'fullback-Dr. Gory Hogg, quarterback-Bivens, line-Smith, Kunst, Price, Blake, Ford, Hughes, Jenkins, Holbert, and Boyd. The first football team to represent West Virginia. It played W & J in 1891. Score W & J (Washington and Jefferson-72, W.V.U.-0. Presented by James M. Orr-1827.'
Portrait of Fielding Harris Yost, graduate of Law 1897. 'Hurry Up' Yost was an outstanding tackle for WVU. He subsequently coached at several colleges including University of Michigan where he won six national championships.
'The first University Football Team, 1891. left to right on ground: N.B. Blake and George M. Ford; lower step (south side Martin Hall) George H.A Kunst, Andrew Price, J.W. Hughes, R.F. Bivens, J.T. Holbert; upper row: William C. Meyer (manager), A. Brown Smith, William G. Swaney, Gory Hogg, A.E. Boyd, and S.R. Jenkins.'
Members of the West Virginia University Football Team, 1895: Top Row: Ralph Caldwell, Harry Cole, W. J. Brunner, W. B. Cutright (manager), Henry Nelly and George M. Ford. Middle Row: Henry M. White, John Nethken, William Standiford, George R. Krebs, F. H. Yost. Bottom Row: Lew Robb, Joe Keely, Henry M. Lepps, Walter South, Chip Rane.
Group portrait of West Virginia University Freshman Football Team. 'Standing: Sally Rowan and Pat Orr. Resting: Ed Anderson and Fred Mitchell. Backfield of Freshmen Team, 1895.'
Group portrait of the West Virginia University Football Team. 'Back Row (left to right): McDonald, Kountz, Romine, Krebs, Osborne; Middle: White, unidentified, Yost, F.H., Anderson, Standiford; Front: Yeager, Nethken, Yost, Ellis, South, Leps, Cole.'
Group portrait of the 1900 West Virginia University Prep Football Team.
Blake, from Cox's Landing, Cabell County, W. Va., was a lineman on the first West Virginia University football.
Written on back - 'Mike Leatherwood WVU's greatest athelete until Rat Rodgers.'
Photograph in the 1932 Monticola.
Group portrait of the 1928 West Virginia University Football Team.
Portrait of Joe Stydahar, a tackle on the West Virginia University Football Team 1933, 1934, and 1935. He was the captain of the football team in 1935 and all-time all pro.
Portrait of Joe Stydahar, a tackle on the 1933 West Virginia University Football Team.
Print number 203c.
Group portrait of the 1930 WVU football team's offense.  Photograph in the 1931 Monticola.
Group portrait of the 1938 West Virginia University Football Team. Standing first on left is Coach Glenn.
Group portrait of the 1936 West Virginia University Football Team. 'First row (left to right) are Hedrick, Ronai, Nebera, Sorenz, Neilson, Cropp, Atty, Barma, Wendell, Hodges. Second row (left to right) are Baker, Isaac, Eller, Keyle, Schwartzwalder, Gilmore, and unidentified. Third row (left to right) are Phares, McCue, Audria, Moan, DeAngelic, Dickenson, Frantz, Vockin, Faley, and unidentified.'
'The 1934 West Virginia University Football Squad. Bottom row: (left to right)Scott 12; Onder 28; Thomas 25; Poilek 24; Swisher 19; Allen 20; Slate 22; Stewart 15; Heath 11; Vargo 26; Goodwin 14. Middle row: Hester 33; Cropp 27; Johnston 23; Fidler 15; MaWhinney 30; Stydahar 35; Schimmel 34; Kyle 16; Mayes 32; Hall 13. Top row: Phares 10; Forte 17; Gibson 18; Zaleski 48; Huyett (no number); Barna 29; Gooke 21; Frantz 32; Wilson 18; Kell (no number).'
'West Virginia University 1933 Football Team. Key to players: (left to right). Front row: John Kopko, Weirton; Arthur Swisher, Fairmont; Joseph Poilek, Jeannette, Pa.; Louis Fidler, Ashland, Ky.; Richard Frantz, Oak Hill; Gene Wright, Fairmont; Homer White, Wellsburg; Eck Allen, Ashland, Ky.; Herbert Stewart, Wheeling; Charles Goodwin, Wheeling. Middle row: Joseph Zaleski, Paterson, NJ.; Hosmer Cropp, Clarksburg; Samuel Mawhinney, Washington, Pa.; Joseph Stydahar, Shinnston; Gene Hester, Plymouth, Pa.; Romeo McDonald, Grantsville; Angelo Ondor, Jeannette, Pa.; Maurice Mayes, Point Pleasant; Patsy Slate, Weirton. Back row: James Scott, Williamstown; Fred Wilson, Fairview; Richard Heath, Wellsburg; Charles Anderson, Hinton; Benny Thomas, Fairmont; John Vargo, Martins Ferry, Ohio; Tom Covey, Beckley; Tom Canich, Beaver Falls, Pa.; Daniel Organt, Masontown. Not in picture: Head Coach: A.E. 'Greasy' Neale; Co-managers: George Guthrie and George Seibert.'
Mount Vernon Dining Hall at Jackson's Mill State 4-H Camp in the background.
Monongahela river in the background.