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STANFORD PREFERS TO USE THE AIR
Tex Maule
September 30, 1957
Quarterback Jack Douglas throws nearly as well as the Indians' John Brodie did last year, and runs better. Lou Valli (34), a 176-pound senior race horse, is regarded by men who know running backs as the best on the West Coast. A prime target for Douglas' throwing is one of the truly great ends in the country, both offensively and defensively—Gary Van Galder (86). Key to a strong Stanford line is 232-pound Tackle Troy Barbee, who blocks and tackles well.
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September 30, 1957

Stanford Prefers To Use The Air

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Quarterback Jack Douglas throws nearly as well as the Indians' John Brodie did last year, and runs better. Lou Valli (34), a 176-pound senior race horse, is regarded by men who know running backs as the best on the West Coast. A prime target for Douglas' throwing is one of the truly great ends in the country, both offensively and defensively—Gary Van Galder (86). Key to a strong Stanford line is 232-pound Tackle Troy Barbee, who blocks and tackles well.

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