The photo features a college age African American football player clad in a lace up smock jacket and reeded football pants. On the field, Mount Hermon rallied in the second half, narrowing the score to Johnny Unitas Set To Throw. Although the photo is undated, based on the players present, I believe it is the team. In an interview, Steven Webster, who at the time was a Mount Hermon science teacher in charge of a one-truck volunteer fire brigade at the school, put to rest the most pressing question:
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Messi Takes on Real Madrid. This photograph measures 8 by 10 inches, and does have some paper adhered to the upper left corner. They would add a nice splash of color to your vintage football memorabilia collection. A rare opportunity add a fantastic Jim Thorpe football piece and autograph to your vintage football collection! Despite having some of the world's best players competing to take the ball off of him, the Argentine international has the ability to keep the ball at close distances while moving at blistering speed. Chelsea captain and the epitome of the West London club, John Terry had the opportunity to give the Blues their first ever Champions League trophy by converting a decisive spot kick during the penalty shootout with Manchester United in Ed Rogers was the captain of the Indians team, and later went on to be their coach as well as a College Hall of Fame Member.
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This picture is just one of many of Messi evading multiple defenders, but to take on the entire Madrid defence is something only he can do. The same could be said for the hard-working photographers, whose jobs today are just as sleek, professional and fast-paced, and who had a ball capturing their prey in the good-old gridiron days of the past 90 years. Goodbye Cleveland Stadium. And — perhaps most strangely — in each of the photos, a single random face has been picked out with a bold, white circle. Never far from controversy, Paolo Di Canio is a self-confessed fascist and he endeared himself to the Lazio faithful even further by performing a Roman salute in front of the fascist Lazio ultras. Bart Starr Looks Calm. Despite the madness surrounding their rival supporters, this photograph shows a sense of footballing brotherhood between the two players.
The same could be said for the hard-working photographers, whose jobs today are just as sleek, professional and fast-paced, and who had a ball capturing their prey in the good-old gridiron days of the past 90 years. The name of the photographer is partially obscured by a broken lower left corner, but the name ends with "ffham". The photo shows the Wabash squad posing in their W sweaters and formal attire. Ideal contrast and a very clean overall image make for a beautiful display piece for your antique football display. This photo features a tough looking squad, with one of the players posing with a very bulbous melon football.
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