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  • Jack

    Does anyone know exactly where the newly hired football coach first met his team on April 3, 1940? Clark Shaughnessy told them that he would teach them a new formation. The T. The men attending the meeting were Frankie Albert, and other famous players.

    I would like to have an exact room. or place where this took place.
    Was it someplace in the stadium’s lockroom, or someplace else? Perhaps an another building?

    Thanks,

    Jack ex Palo Alto resisdent now in Fort Collins, CO

  • David Baumgartner

    Just so all of you folks know, I am opposing the S.F. bid for the 2024 Olympics. Washington DC would be a better city in many ways.
    San Francisco has yet to add a Central or South American Sister City. That does not seem to be too welcoming to some folks.
    Hackers, prostitutes, pickpocket and mailbox theft gang issues will need to be addressed.
    The money is better spent getting older buildings ready for the next San Andreas Fault quake. See pictures of the University after the 1906 quake. Almost as dramatic as beating Cal.

  • David Baumgartner

    I hope Proposition 47’s passage has not impacted the University adversely. I still maintain that no drugs at all on a person are better than misdemeanor amounts of drugs on a person.