1935

A new assistant coach, Trem Robarts, came on the scene, as Marblehead posted an 8-1-2 record...The first team to play against Salem at refurbished Bertram Field, the Headers went down by a 7-0 count. Salem sophomore Stan Eusko scored the game's only touch-down...The Headers would later swamp Amesbury, 73-0, and roll up 526 yards in a -25-7 rout of Gloucester...Messinger scored four TD's in 33-7 win over Swampscott. The Thanksgiving lineup: Phelan, Godfrey (LE),.-Hastings, Osgood (LT), Shube, Hawkes (LG), Ingalls, Mitchell (C), Connors, Knowlton (RG), Wilde, Coffin (RT), Lennox, Polley (RE), Wells, Remick (QB),-Olson; Putnam, Canavan (LHB), Hazell, McKinnon (RHB), Messinger, Polardi `(FB). 

     Marblehead also played three intersessional games: hosting Miami Edison (MHD 21-13), defeating Curtis High School at Staten Island (MHD 29-0), and tying the Florida high school all-stars at Jacksonville, FL (13-13) on New Year's Day, 1936

1935_Curtis_HS_program1

1935_Curtis_HS_program1

1935_Curtis_HS_program2

1935_Curtis_HS_program2

Dick Messinger vs. Curtis HS

Dick Messinger vs. Curtis HS

1935 Magicians

1935 Magicians

MHS 1935 vs. Curtis High School-NYC

MHS 1935 vs. Curtis High School-NYC

Messinger carries the ball against Curtis High School on Staten Island. MHS carried the day 29-0.

Magician's Reverse Play

Magician's Reverse Play

Never having played football himself, MHS Coach McGuinness was a genius of deceptive ball movement.

Times Square Hotel

Times Square Hotel

The team stayed at this landmark when they traveled to the big apple to take on Curtis High School on Staten Island. The matchbook cover was a keepsake from the trip.

1935 "Magic Makers"

1935 "Magic Makers"

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