View Events by Keyword: bob kelly


September301944
With key personnel in the war, football continues
World War II takes its toll on the University's enrollment and on the football team's roster.
Keywords: football, pittsburgh, world war ii, great lakes, iowa pre-flight, frank leahy, ed mckeever, navy, angelo bertelli, heisman, marines, southeastern conference, bob kelly, zeke oconnor, tom guthrie, marty wendell, joe gasparella, george terlep
October71944
The second straight shutout
In the first meeting between the Irish and the Green Wave, ND would not allow a point on the board for the second consecutive game of the 1944 season.
Keywords: football, tulane, achille maggioli, elmer angsman, bob kelly
October211944
The scoreless streak comes to an end
The starters would jump out to a dominating lead, only to see the reserves end the 15 quarter scoreless streak.
Keywords: football, wisconsin, harry stuhldreher, bob kelly, jeo gasparella, elmer angsman
October281944
The Irish get a scare
For the first time all season, Notre Dame trailed during a game and fought to come back.
Keywords: football, illinois, john adams, bob kelly, achille maggioli, boley dancewicz
November41944
The first of two academy losses
Notre Dame could not keep up with the wartime Navy team.
Keywords: football, navy, elmer angsman, fred early, boley dancewicz, bob kelly
November251944
Yet another shutout by the defense
The underdog Irish record yet another shutout, this time on the road.
Keywords: football, georgia tech, navy, jim brennan, bob kelly
December21944
Revenge against Great Lakes
The loss to Great Lakes NTS in 1943 did not stop ND from winning the championship. The Irish would not let the same outcome occur a second year in a row.
Keywords: football, great lakes naval training school, ara parseghian, jim mello, boley dancewicz, bob kelly, navy, zeke oconnor, marty wendell, bill chandler, achille miggioli, ed clasby, mike davlin, art fitzgerald, johnny ray, johnny dee, ralph stewart, john corbisiero, george benigni, ted tannehill, joe westenkircher, rudy krall, emil ladyko, walt krodratovich, ted dorash
November31945
The Only Tie Verse Navy
The 1945 Notre Dame-Navy game was probably the strangest game in the series - who played for which team; the 'incident' regarding ND back Elmer Angsman; and the controversial final moments.
Keywords: football, navy, world war ii, elmer angsman, fred earley, bob kelly, bob van summern, frank ruggerio, holy cross, george ratterman, bill leonard, boley dancewicz, phil colella, frank leahy, army, don mcauliffe