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HOMECOMING SOUVENIR PROGRAM

HOWARD

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WESTERN

DONALDSON

STADIUM FIELD

WESTERN KENTUCKY TEACHERS COLLEGE BOWLING GREEN, KY.

NOVEMBER 3, 1934, 2:00 P.M.


HENRY HARDIN CHERRY President


A HEARTY WELCOME TO COLLEGE HEIGHTS

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The Athletic Committee, Board of Regents, Alumni Association, faculty, and students, as well as the citizens of Bowling Green join me in the assurance of our pleasure in having you here. We value your presence anti we are extending to you a most cordial welcome back to your Alma Mater. We hope the Homecoming of 1934 will be the happiest you and we have yet experienced.

We hope the entire occasion will be replete with

the joyous thrills that come from renewing valued friendships and in visiting again the scenes you especially hold dear. May you have no regret because of your coming, but may the memory of this celebration be ever held ' dear to you. We hope that on each successive occasion we shall again be made glad by yo ur presence. As you return to your respective places of labor, your homes and firesides, take with you the love and g09 d will of all of College Heights. Fraternally yours,

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ELVIS DONALDSON Captain

LESLIE VANMETER Alt. Captain

HOMECOMING PROGRAM Friday, November 2 7:30 P.M. Pep rally in Stadium. A parade through the campus and city, led by the College Band and directed by the cheer leaders will terminate with a bonfire on the lower athletic field.

Saturday, November 3 9:30 A.M.

Concert by College Band in Vanmeter Hall.

10:00 A.M. Mass Chapel in Vanmeter Hall. The "Spirit of the Hill" will be the inspiration of the hour. No one will be called upon; everyone is invited to participate. All speeches limited to one minute. 12:00

History Club luncheon. Members and alumni of club will have annual luncheon and program in Potter Hall Annex.

2:00 P.M. Homecoming football game. Howard College of Birmingham, Alabama vs. Western. 6:30 P.M.

"W" Club dinner at the Helm Hotel.

7;00 P.M. Informal reunion in the Cedar House. Everyone urged to be present. Renew the friendships of the past!

WESTERN COLLEGE PLAYERS PRESENT

MISS LULU BETT By ZONA GALE

V ANMETER AUDITORIUM

THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 1934


COY HIBBARD

BUFORD GARNER

Guard

End

("HIBBY")

("SLATS")

WILLIS K. NIMAN Back ("KAY")

ALVIN GOODMAN

SILAS PREWITT Fullback (HCA VORTER")

EMMET GORANFLO

End

Back

(HAL")

(HSLEEPY")

CRADDOCK JAGGERS Back (HCRAT")


Left to right: CHARLES KLEIDERER, BILL BASS, BILLY McGOODWIN Absent: SAM MILNER

COLLEGE HEIGHTS College Heights, on hilltop fair, With beauty all thine own, Lovely jewel far more rare Than graces any throne! College Heights, with living soul And purpose strong and true; Service ever is thy goal, Thy spirit ever new. College Heights, thy noble life Shall e'er our pattern be, ' Teaching us through joy and strife To love humanity. CHORUS

College Heights, we hail thee, We shall never fail thee; Falter never, live forever, Hail! Hail! Hail!


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WESTERN SQUAD No.

Name

Pos.

92 98 73 83 91 84 78 82 76 99 96 90 86 87 94 75 71 72 95 85 74 80 97 88 79 81 77 89 93

Richard Scibiorski Matt A . Hansen Emmett Goranflo Lemore Baggett Arthur Croley Charlie Griffin Willis K. Niman Charles Ellis Si Prewitt Max Reed August Teborek Carl Lamar Elvis Donaldson Jim Jackson Cliff Cox Buford Garner Willard Day Willard Pee'bles Alvin Goodman Frank Wood Craddock Jaggers Freddie Ganter Chris Cox Leslie VanMeter Coy Hibbard Roy Cobb Garland Garrison Leo Yeksigian Estill Branham

Guard Center Back Guard Tackle Guard Back End Back 'T ackle Tackle Back Guard Center Guard End Back Back End Tackle Back Center Tackle End Guard End Back Tackle Back

Ht.

5 5 5 5 6 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 5 6 5 6 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 5 6

11 11

10 8 10 7 9 10 4 2 9 2 11 9 9

10 10 10 1

11

8 5 11 5 10

5

Wt.

Age

184 234 172 170 187 162 170 169 174 205 190 188 174 173 190 167 157 168 178 180 166 181 197 185 170 175 160 193 183

22 21 20 21

Exp.

1 Yr. 1 Yr. 2 Yrs. 1 Yr. None None 1 Yr. None J Yr. None 1 Yr , None 2 Yrs. 1 Yr. 1 Yr. 1 Yr. None None 1 Yr. None 1 Yr. None 1 Yr. 2 Yrs. 1 Yr. 2 Yrs. None 1 Yr. None

22

20 21 22 21 19 21 20 22 22 23 22 19 19 22 21 20 21 23 21 23 21 22 22

20

Home

Chicago, Ill. Cicero, Ill. Elizabethtown Russellville Williamsburg Ashland Anchorage Central City Corbin Okolona Cicero, Ill. Hawesville Bowling Green Bowling Green Madisonville Corbin Elizabethtown Ocala, Fla. Chicago, Ill. Providence Franklin Glasgow Madisonville Elizabethtown Corbin Hopkinsville Bowling Green Chicago, Ill. Prestonsburg

PROBABLE LINE.U P Left En d

Cobb

Left T ac k le

Left Guard

Yeksigian

Baggett

Cen ter

Jackson

Ri gh t G u ard Ri ght T ackl e

Cox

Reed

Q u arte rbac k

Peebles H alfb ack

H alfb ac k

Goranflo

N iman Full bac k

. Prewitt

Ri ght E n d

Garner


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WILLIAM LESTER "GANDER" TERRY Assistant Coach

CARL "SWEDl Head

OFFI Referee: T. G. Kain, (Georgia);

Umpire: Rumsey Ta Field Judge: James C.

HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR DAY AT WESTEI


JESS THOMAS Freshman Coach

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ylor, (Georgetown); Headlinesman: Si Hart, (Centre); Armistead, (Vanderbilt).

tN WILL BE CELEBRATED ON APRIL 5th


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HOWARD SQUAD No.

Pos.

Name

10 Penrod 21 30 13

39 37 40 41 44 29 17 11 27 42 22

26 12 43 20 15

Fullback Fullback Guard Fullback Halfback Halfback Center Halfback Halfback Guard End Center Tackle Guard Q't'rback Q't'rback Guard Center End End Tackle Tackle Tackle Guard Guard End Halfback

Chojnowski Colley Fontille \Vilcox Christian Cooper Glenn Harbin Spath Batson Stidham Johnston Warren Allen Garrett Davis Anderson Stuart Snell Kelso McKenzie Harrison Langston Burger Wilbanks Thompson

Ht.

Wt.

Age

Exp .

22 19 20 23 21 19 21

11 1

180 180 170 170 160 171 188 173 170 184 173 181 209 185 145 153 190 210

1 0 0 20 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 2 1 1

Granite, Okla. Cleveland, Ohio Troy, Ala. Ensley, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Northport, Ala. Rogersville, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Starkville, Ala. Erie, Pa. Bessemer, Ala. Hackelburg, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Rogersville, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Albertville, Ala. Cherokee, Ala. DeFuniak Springs

2 5 10 6 6 1 5 10 5 11 6 1 5 11

178 195 196 199 165 180 185 160

19 22 22 21 24 21 21

1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1

Erie, Pa. Jeff. Co. Ala. Oxford, Ala. Thomasville, Ala. Bessemer,- A la. Gadsden, Ala. Tallassee Woodlawn

5 5 5 5 5 6 6 5 6 6 5 6 6 6 5 5 5 .6

7 10 11 10 10 3

11

11 2 1 2 6 8

6

22

22 21 20 23 22 22 21

23 21 2"1

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Home

PROBABLE LINE-UP Left End

Left Tackle

Lett Guard

Center

Right Guard

Ri ght T ack le

Snell

Harrison

Burger

Cooper

Spath

McKenzie

Quarterback

Allen Halfbac k

H alfbac k

Christian

Harbin Fullback

Penrod

Right End

Stuart


L. T. SMITH Chairman Athletic Committee

WESTERN VARSITY 1934 SCHEDULE Opp.

Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov.

6 13 20 26 3 10 17 29

West Tennessee Teachers Tennessee Polytechnic Institute Transylvania College Middle Tennessee Teachers Howard College ( Homecoming) Eastern Kentucky Teachers Murray Teachers Kalamazoo Teachers (Thanksgiving)

0 0 0 0

Western

Here Here Here Murfreesboro Here Richmond Murray Here

0 27 20 14

Danville Cookeville Murfreesboro Here

20 47

FRESHMAN SCHEDULE Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov.

13 Centre Frosh 19 Tennessee Polytechnic Frosh 1 Middle Tennessee Frosh 10 Murray Frosh 24 Open

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WILLIAM H. BANCROFT Assistant Howard Coach

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AN INFORMAL REUNION WILL BE HELD TONIGI-IT IN THE CEDAR HOUSE 7:00 P.M. TILL ?

"Renew the friendships of the pastl"


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LEMORE BAGGETT

ROY COBB

Guard

End

("SQUIRT")

("ROY")

LEO YEKSIGIAN

RICHARD SCIBIORSKI

Tackle

Guard

("YEK" )

("SCIBBY")

MATT HANSEN

AUGUST TEBOREK

Center

Tackle

("MATT")

("GUS")

CHRIS COX

CLIFF COX

Tackle

Guard

("BIG COXlE")

("LITTLE COXIE")


CHEER SONG Stand up and cheer Cheer loud and strong for dear old Western For today we raise the red and gray above the rest. Out boys are fighting and we are bound to win the fray. We got the team. Rah! Rah! We got the steam. Rah! Rah! For this is dear old Western's day. Rah! Rah! Rah! (Repeat)

COLLEGE HIGH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov.

5 19 26 2 9 23

Elkton Fern Creek Lancaster Glasgow Franklin U. of K. High

There Here There Here There Here


BASKETBALL SEASON WILL SOON BE HERE

"FOLLOW THE HILLTOPPERS ON THE HARDWOOD" STATE

1934

CHAMPIONS

CHAMPIONS OF SOUTHERN

FOR THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS

INTERCOLLEGI~

ATE · ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

ED DIDDLE, Head Basketball Coach

State and S.LA.A. Basketball Champions 1934

Front row --- Trainer Paul Twitchell, Elmo Meacham, Paul Walker, Harry Hardin, Emmet Goranflo, Alternate Captain Hugh Poland and 'Bernard Hickman. Back row --- Robert J. Francis, freshman coach; John Stanley McGown, Bradford Mutchler, Captain Tom Hobbs, John K. Reckzeh, Buford Garner and Coach E. A. Diddle. Hardin and Hickman were named on the All-State team at Louiville and on the All-S.I.A.A. team at Jackson.

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