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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