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Detroit Lions end Ace Gutowsky circa 1934. He helped the Lions 1934 defense give up an astonishingly low total of only 59 points over the entire 13-game slate. Gutowsky would also finish his career in 1938 as the Lions all-time leading rusher with 2,445 yards, on 698 carries.

Detroit Lions end Ace Gutowsky circa 1934. He helped the Lions 1934 defense give up an astonishingly low total of only 59 points over the entire 13-game slate. Gutowsky would also finish his career in 1938 as the Lions all-time leading rusher with 2,445 yards, on 698 carries.

Claude Humphrey / Humphrey's stellar career included being named First-team All-Pro five times (1971-'74, and 1977), Second- Team All-Pro three times (1969, 1970, 1976), and All-NFC six times (1970-'74, 1977). He was Second-Team All-NFC in 1976 when Humphrey unofficially recorded a career high 15 quarterback sacks. In addition Humphrey was named to the Pro Bowl six times over the span of his career (1970-'74 & 1977).  FINALLY in the Hall of Fame as of 2014.

Claude Humphrey / Humphrey's stellar career included being named First-team All-Pro five times (1971-'74, and 1977), Second- Team All-Pro three times (1969, 1970, 1976), and All-NFC six times (1970-'74, 1977). He was Second-Team All-NFC in 1976 when Humphrey unofficially recorded a career high 15 quarterback sacks. In addition Humphrey was named to the Pro Bowl six times over the span of his career (1970-'74 & 1977). FINALLY in the Hall of Fame as of 2014.

Reggie "The Minister of Defense" White (1961 - 2004) Reggie White was an NFL football player for the Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers, and briefly for the Carolina Panthers.     During his career White became not only known for his outstanding defensive playing ability, but also for his Christina ministry. White was also an ordained Evangelical minister... which led to his nickname, "The Minister of Defense".     White was inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on February 4, 2006.

Reggie "The Minister of Defense" White (1961 - 2004) Reggie White was an NFL football player for the Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers, and briefly for the Carolina Panthers. During his career White became not only known for his outstanding defensive playing ability, but also for his Christina ministry. White was also an ordained Evangelical minister... which led to his nickname, "The Minister of Defense". White was inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on February 4, 2006.

Earl (Dutch) Clark____Class of 1963   Quarterback. 6-0, 185   (Colorado College)   1931-1932 Portsmouth Spartans, 1934-1938 Detroit Lions. Called signals, played tailback, did everything superbly well . NFL's last dropkicking specialist. All-NFL six of seven years. NFL scoring champ three years. Led Lions to 1935 NFL title. Scored 368 points on 42 TDs, 71 PATs, 15 FGs . Player-coach final two seasons. Born October 11, 1906, in Fowler, Colorado. Died August 5, 1978, at age of 71.

Earl (Dutch) Clark____Class of 1963 Quarterback. 6-0, 185 (Colorado College) 1931-1932 Portsmouth Spartans, 1934-1938 Detroit Lions. Called signals, played tailback, did everything superbly well . NFL's last dropkicking specialist. All-NFL six of seven years. NFL scoring champ three years. Led Lions to 1935 NFL title. Scored 368 points on 42 TDs, 71 PATs, 15 FGs . Player-coach final two seasons. Born October 11, 1906, in Fowler, Colorado. Died August 5, 1978, at age of 71.

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