The 1919 season was an important one in Stanford football history. With President Ray Lyman Wilbur's approval, American football returned to the Farm for the first time in 14 years. Led by head coach M.C. "Bob" Evans, Stanford lost Big Game 14-10 and finished the season with a 4-3 record. The S.ATC referenced in the page above was the Student Army Training Corps. Cal's varsity squad demolished Stanford's SATC team, 67-0, in 1918. Thankfully, none of the SATC's games are counted in the Stanford record book. The squad, which included non-Stanford students, was outscored 242-8 in four games.
Dink Templeton (second from the right, top row), who previously starred for the Stanford rugby team, converted a 35-yard drop kick field goal in the loss.
Cal's Yell Leaders included a guy who went by the nickname Red. "It must be admitted that his hair is a Stanford ad. Red is the longest, leanest, red-headedest yell leader seen in these parts for a long time, and he has a set of motions all his own. Watch him tie himself in a knot."
This is one my favorite pages in the program. I wonder if the LSJUMB would consider reviving the "Bum! Bum! Song" or "Berkeley's Tombstone."