|1934 UCLA Bruins football|
|Conference||Pacific Coast Conference|
|1934 record||7–3 (2–3 PCC)|
|Head coach||William H. Spaulding (10th season)|
|Home stadium||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum|
|1934 PCC football standings|
|#2 Stanford †||5||–||0||–||0||9||–||1||–||1|
|#19 Washington State||4||–||0||–||1||4||–||3||–||1|
|† – Conference champion |
Rankings from AP Poll
The 1934 UCLA Bruins football team was an American football team that represented the University of California, Los Angeles during the 1934 college football season. In their 10th year under head coach William H. Spaulding, the Bruins compiled a 7-3 record (2-3 conference) and finished in sixth place in the Pacific Coast Conference (PCC).
The team's schedule consisted of 10 games, 5 in-conference, and 5 with teams outside the PCC. While the Bruins went undefeated versus non-conference opponents, they only managed a 2-3 record within the Pacific Coast Conference.
|September 22[note 1]||Pomona*||W 14-0||7,000|
|September 22[note 2]||San Diego State*||W 20-0||7,000|
|September 29||at Oregon||L 3-26||15,000|
|October 13||Montana||W 16-0||5,000|
|October 20||at California||L 0-3||30,000|
|October 27||Cal Aggies*||W 49-0||4,000|
|November 3||Stanford||L 0-27||50,000|
|November 12||Saint Mary's*||W 6-0||35,000|
|November 24||Oregon State||W 25-7||25,000|
|November 29||Loyola*||W 13-6||45,000|
The following is a partial list of student-athletes on UCLA's football roster during the 1934 season.
- Robert Allington
- Edward Austin
- Robert Barr
- Verdi Boyer
- Sherman Chavoor
- Chuck Cheshire
- Joe Denis, Joe 1934
- George Dickerson
- Mike Frankovich
- Fred Funk
- Sigfried Funke
- Richard Gary
- Howard Haradon
- John Hastings
- R. F. Key
- Ransom Livesay
- Sinclair Lott
- Bob McChesney
- Lawrence McConnell
- William Murphy
- Remington Olmstead
- Carl Olson
- Charles Pike
- Ben Ross
- Robert Schroeder
- Julian Smith
- William Spaulding
- Sam Stawisky
- Sam Storey
- Harry Trotter
- Walter Wilton
- Wendell Womble
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