Washington and Lee University. Department of Athletics. Football
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Original college football program for the 1951 Gator Bowl which featured Washington and Lee University versus the University of Wyoming. The game, won by Wyoming 20 - 7, was played in Jacksonville, Florida. Beyond the football related content, the program includes an thorough article on the history of the "W&L Swing," Washington and Lee's fight song written in 1905.
This collection consist of three DVD copies and a digital file of the 1951 Gator Bowl in which the Washington and Lee University men's football team played the University of Wyoming men's football team. One of the films is silent. Two copies and the digital file have added play-by-play commentary by Washington and Lee alumnus Doug Chase that was recorded in 2013 as well as an interview with Washington and Lee University football player Don Ferguson.
This brochure lists information for those attending the bowl game on January 1,1951.
Official Souvenir Program. Washington and Lee vs. Virginia. Saturday, October 24, 1931, Wilson Field, Lexington, Va., 1931-10-24
This record group contains materials created by the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics office while fulfilling their job duties.
This collection contains 'Bi-Centennial Issue of Lexington Gazzette Commemorating the Settlement of the Rockbridge Section of Virginia by the White Men, A Tribute To The Scotch-Irish Pioneers', several greeting cards from the school, a collection 19 early football photos, a copy of the Washington and Lee University Bulletin (Volume XLVII, Number 4), a portrait of Robert V. Ignico 1919 as a Brigadier General in the U.S. Air Force, and a scrapbook.
This brochure includes ticket information and the 1948 schedule. Two brochures togeteher, never cut apart.
This brochure includes ticket information and the schedule for the 1950 football season.
This brochure list ticket information and the schedule for the 1951 season.
This brochure lists ticket information and the schedule for the 1952 season.