OFFICIAL Football Program
Published by vlor University Student
For Baylor-Rice G a m e . I lecember I. 1934.
H E A D C< »ACM
Koch LINE C O A C
fennings, who came- to Baylor from
Ouachita college in 1926, is now in hi- ninth year as head coach at Baylor University. Although lie has not yet possessed a conference champion, he has nevertheless done wonders with the material which he has had at hand, and is noted for the hard fighting Green and Cold teams which Inputs on the held.
Barton "Botchey" Koch. Bear line coach, for the past three years, was an all-American guard at Baylor in 1930. Koch's h o m e is in Temple where he was an outstanding hieh school -tar before entering the W a c o institution. xoc/-/ - L/^/e: COAC/-/
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CO-CAPTAIN 1934 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Sept. 29.—St. Edwards at Waco. < let. 5.—Texas Tech at Lubbock. of A r k a n s a s at Oct. 13.—University Little R o c k . ( >ct.2 0 . — S i m m o n s at Abilene. Oct. 27.—A. & M . College at W a c o . Nov. 3.—Texas Christian University at Fort Worth. Nov. 10.—Texas University at Austin. Nov. 17.—Centenary at Shreveport. Nov. 24.—Southern Methodist University at W a c o . Dec. 1.—Rice Institute at W a c o .
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BAYLOR 1934 Squad
The names and jersey numbers of the Baylor Football squad have been copyright in the Library of Congress by the Baylor Student Publications and m a y not be used without the written permission of the Business Manager. Copyright number A 158341.
POSITION NAME NO. 20—Martell Nabors — Tackle 22—Austin Peay Center 23—Chas. Burke Back End 24_Carl Price __ 25—Bob Masters Back 26—Foster Coleman __ Guard 27_James Cloyd Guard 28—Lawrence Thornton Back 29—J. R. Mote Back 30—Allen Crenshaw Guard 31—R. B. Buchanan Guard 32—Lloyd Russell Back 33—Tom Carruthers Tackle 35—Sonny Bartosh - EnJ 3 6 — W . W . Hensley Back End 37_Moyd SoRelle 38—Hulen Hall Back 42—L. L. Zimmerman End 43—Kenneth Clark End 44_john D. Reynolds Center 45_Dan McGlasson Tackle 47—Hi Bivins Tackle 48 Will Rogers Tackle 49_Theo Alford End 50—Joe Jack Pearce (Co-C) __Back 51—Aubrey Stringer — Back 52—Aubrey Jones - Guard 53_W. E. Weathers (Co-C) .— Tackle 54—Morris Sanderson Guard 55_Will Heatley Back 56—John Manning Back 57_Wendell Simpson - Guard 58—Shuford McDonald Tackle 59—H. i Gillium Guard 60—Wallace Guard QuickHale Lunch and
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Four Stars A m o n g The Baylor Bears John J). Reynolds, Waco, center; W . K. Weathers, Temple, tackle; Joe Jack Pearce, Greenville, quarter and captain ; and Lloyd Russell. Dallas, quarter. These men are expected to play their best game against the ( )w Is on Carroll Field Saturday. Pearce, Weathers and Russell are making strong bids for all-conference berths in pre-season dope accounts of sports writers in the S< mthwest.
B A Y L O R UNIVERSITY Probable Starting Line-Up No. PLAYER POSITION 43—CLARK 53—WEATHERS 27—CLOYD 44—REYNOLDS 57—SIMPSON . 45—McGLASSON 61 WILLIAMS 32—RUSSELL 50—PEARCE 25—MASTERS 66—FRISBY
LEFT E N D LEFT TACKLE LEFT G U A R D CENTER RIGHT G U A R D RIGHT T A C K L E RIGHT E N D QUARTERBACK . LEFT HALF KIGHT HALF FULLBACK
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RICE INSTITUTE Probable Starting Line-Up
13—SYLVESTER 14—MAYS 25-LAGOW 15—ARTHUR 12—BALE 32—MILLER 22—FORBES 30—McCAULEY . 44—WALLACE 33-METZLER 23—WITT
POSITION LEFT END LEFT TACKLE LEFT GUARD CENTER RIGHT G U A R D RIGHT TACKLE RIGHT END QUARTERBACK LEFT HALF RIGHT HALF FULLBACK
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1 0 — W . D. Agnor 11—Billy Ard 12—Melbert Bale 13—Harry Fouke 14—Rayburn Mays 15—Percy Arthur (Captain) 16—Henry Bollman 18—John Sylvester 20—Barney Haley 21—Elden Daunoy 22—Robert Forbes 23 Harry Witt 24—John Frankie 25—Joe Lagow 26—J. W . Friedman 23—Norman Letts __. °Q—Jess Atkins 30—John McCauley 32—Ralph Miller 33—Albert Metzler 34—Joe Morris 3 5 — W a d e Owen, Jr. 36—Roy Royall 37_William Sadler 38—James Sawtelle 40—Ray Smith 41—Frank Steen 43—Norvell Jackson 44—William Wallace 45—Elmer Wallace 46—Byron Williams 48—Howard Nicholls 49—Robert Biering 51—Grcver Chambliss 52—Joe Young 58—Carmen Brandon 59—Melvin Barnes
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The 1934 Season By
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Editor 1 )aily Lariat
BAYLOR RICE W i t h an otherwise dismal season brightened
Coach J i m m y Kitts has brought to W a c o to-
by a sensational 13 to 6 victroy over Ray Morri-
day the most powerful team in the history of
son's Southern Methodist Mustangs, Baylor uni-
versity's fighting Bruins will take the field this
afternoon hoping to turn the trick that they have
onl}' by a 9 to 9 draw with Louisiana State until
done twice before, defeat kice, and present Texas
last week's upset by Texas Christian, has been
University with a conference championship.
Back in 1928 S. M. IT. came to Waco with a fine ball club which was heading for the championship throne, but an inferior Baylor team arose and smote the Ponies d o w n 2 to 0, handing the crown to the Texas Long-horns. Again in 1930 the State University was declared champions when the Bears whipped the leading T. C. U. Frogs 35 to 14. Sports fans and critics are wondering this afternoon therefore whether or not another Baylor squad will c o m e through with an opportune victory and give Jack Chevignv a championship 111 his first year. The Bruin record this season does not indicate that the I'ans m a y look for any such occurance. With the exception ol the Mustang fray last week, the Green and Gold have been very unimpressive while losing six major contests, including games to Texas Tech, Arkansas, Texas Aggies, Texas Christian, Texas, and Centenary. Then it must also be remembered that the team thai heal S. M . U. was an inspired aggregation that was lighting to uphold the tradition, which says that no Pony squad has ever walked oil a W a c o gridiron the victor in a football game. Several Bruins will be playing their last g a m e of their careers against Rice today. Joe fack Pearce, captain, whose superb passing and allaround playing have been instrumental 111 m a n y Baylor victories; Warren "Red" Weathers, subcaptain, hard lighting tackle; Pennie Frisl s plunging fullback w h o is one ol the most consistent and valuable m e n on the squad ; ami Rudy Mall, Z i m m e r m a n , and Price will wind up thencollege careers.
by defeat and marred
one of the toughest
longest schedules any Southwest school has ever attempted.
Opening the season against Loyola of the South at N e w ( >rleans, the ( Kvls waded through to a 12 to 0 win and the first of a long series of successes. T h e next week the Feathered tribe were hosts to Louisiana State, and were leading Biff Jones' crew 9 to 0 in the fourth quarter and apparently had the g a m e sewed up, when A b e Mickal got lose for a touchdown, which tied up the g a m e as the O w l s had presented the Tigers with an intentional safety and kicked out of danger. From then on until last week Kitt's crew was Hying along on all cyclinders and had moved to sixth place in the national ranking at the time ol its defeat. Left in the dust of the Rice steamroller were Purdue, defeated m Lafayette 14 to 0, Southern Methodist, Arkansas, Creigh'ton, Texas A. & L, 'Texas Aggies, and Texas. Featured in the < Kvls' attack- against Baylor and the conference championship this afternoon will be the touchdown twins. Bill Wallace and John McCauley; Bale, a guard; Mays, tackle; \rthur, center and captain ; and Sylvester, an allconference end. Witt, giant fullback, while not so spectacular as his backfield mates is just as valuable with his great blocking, line plunging, and defensive ability. While Kitts and his ( >wls deserve the great record the) have compiled, at the same time they have been fortunate in not having a m injuries ol the k m d winch have continually hampered the work- of such conference stars as Milliard and Robert Wilson.
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