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Carlton Senior Team 1934 (SLV 122_023)

Charles Boyles Collection SLV
H2008.122/23

Link to Photo at SLV Website
SLV Accession no. H2008.122/23


Team: Carlton (VFL)
Location: Princes Park, Carlton
Date: 1934

People:
Back Row:Unknown, Ron Cooper, Unknown, Ted Pollock, Horrie Bullen, Bob Green,Unknown, Unknown, Ansell Clarke
Middle Row: Alby De Luca, Frank Gill, Harry Vallence, Unknown, Mocha Johnson, Creswell Crisp, Unknown
Front Row:Unknown, Unknown, Fred Gilby


Comment

This is the Carlton (VFL) Senior Team photographed at Princes Park photographed in front of Robert Heatley Stand.

TASK - Ken has to confirm Michael's identifications - Jack green is 2nd from right

Further Work Needed

My guess is Round 8. Assuming Johnson and Bullen are in the team and George Dougherty and Jim Francis are missing, this leaves only 2 viable home games.
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Round: 8 Venue: Princes Park Date: Sat, 30-Jun-1934 2:45 PM Attendance: 20,000
Carlton 7.6.48 12.8.80 16.11.107 19.20.134
Melbourne 1.1.7 5.7.37 7.11.53 11.19.85

Players from round 8 not already identified are
  • Cashman, Jack
  • Cooper, Jack
  • Crisp, Mickey
  • Dunn, Keith
  • Huxtable, Eric
  • Kelly, Joe
  • Mackie, Gordon
  • Ogden, Terry
  • Shea, Keith


This Photo was used on the cover of 'Song of the Blues'. Though note that the version on the Song Cover shows slightly more detail than this image, i.e. this image is cropped.
Source: NLA
Source: NLA



In 1934 Brunswick sold some of its best players to Carlton so that it could continue to survive.
http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/87904/20080821-0952/www.fullpointsfooty.net/Brunswick.html

FOOTBALL TRANSFERS CARLTON AND BRUNSWICK. (1934, May 15). The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), p. 12. Retrieved July 29, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article10936865

SURPRISE TRANSFERS FIVE BRUNSWICK PLAYERS. (1934, June 28). The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), p. 14. Retrieved July 29, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article10950646
AFL Stats - Carlton v Melbourne, Round 8, 1934

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