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Coach Morley Jennings, w h o came to Baylor from Ouachita college in l()-<>. is now in his ninth year as head coach at Baylor University. Although he 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 Gold teams which he puts (ill the held.
Barton "Botchey" Koch, Bear line coach, for the past three years, was an all Vmerican guard at Baylor in 1930. Koeh's h o m e is in Temple where he was an outstanding hich school star before entering: the W a c o institution. rfOCtf - Ll^JEi CO/7C/V
OFFICIAL Football Program
Published by Baylor University Student Publications For Baylor-S. M . U. G a m e Nov. 24, 1934
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Sept. 29.- St. Edwards at Waco. Oct. 5.—Texas Tech at Lubbock. Oct. 13.—University of Arkansas at Little Rock. ( >ct. 20.—Simmons 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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Four Stars A m o n g The Baylor Bears J( ihn I >. Reynolds, W a c o , center; W . K. Weathers, Temple, i ackle ; 11 Âťe I ack I 'earce, < rreen ville, quarter and captain ; and Lloyd Russell, Dallas, h a 1 f. I hese m e n arc expected ti> play their besl g a m e against the Mustangs 'Mi Carroll Field Saturday. Pearce, Weathers and Russell are making strong bids for all-con ference berths in pre-season dope accounts oi sports writers in the S< mthwest.
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 l>e used without the written permission of the Business Manager. Copyright number A 158341.
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20—Martell Nabors . _ Tackle 22 Austin Peay Center 23—Chas. Burke Back 24—Carl Price End 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 3 3 — T o m Carruthers Tackle 35—Sonny Bartosh End 3 6 — W . W . Hensley .__ Back 3 7 _ M o y d SoRelle End 38—Hulen Hall Back 4 2 — L . L. Zimmerman End 43—Kenneth Clark End 44—John D. Reynolds Center 4 5 — D a n McGlasson Tackle 4 7 — H i 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 5 3 — 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 5 9 — H . Gillium Guard 60—Wallace Hale Guard
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61—John Williams 62—Harold Finley 6 3 — H u g h Wilfong 64—Earl W r a y 65—Tab Harding 66—Penny Frisby 67—Brian Hooks
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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
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OFFICIALS Viner, Missouri, Referee. Mahan, A. & M., Umpire. Utay, A. & M., Head Linesman. Mathews, T. C. U., Field Judge.
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The 1934 Season By
BR< )< >KS
Editor I )aily Lariat
BAYLOR S. M. U. A
Baylor University Green and Gold football
machine which lias not been able to defeat any-
tangs are in W a c o
body, which at m o m e n t s has given promise oi
developing into a powerful unit and then lost its
to put on the field. A magnificent line, coached
as it had been
for this afternoon's clash
one of the best
Morrison has ever been able
will trot out on the Carroll field gridiron Satur-
by Matty Bell, former T. C. U. and Texas Aggie
day afternoon for the next to the last g a m e oi
head coach, has been clearing the w a y all sea-
son for long distance gallops by such fleet backs
Sports dopesters do not give the Bruins a chance. Overwhelmed by Texas University and
as Robert Wilson, |. R. Smith. Finley, Baccus,
T. C. U., and nosed out by Texas Tech, Texas
ry Shuford and Turner.
Aggies, Arkansas, and nings' squad dismal
Centenary, Coach doomed
defeats at the hands
and Myers, and destructive line plunges by Har-
T h e Ponies have lost only one game, an early season affair with
Kitts' Rice Institute
< )\\ Is, and include in their list oi victories such
S. M . U. and Rice, two of the nation's outstand-
aggregations as Fordham, O k l a h o m a A. ec AL,
ing aggregations for the season.
Arkansas, and the Texas Aggies. Against Texas
T h e Bears have played spotty football all Fall. Last week against Centenary, they came to life and outplayed a powerful Gent crew, losing by a 7 to 0 score w h e n a fumble on the first play nl the g a m e allowed the Shreveport team to push i>ver a touchdown in the first three minutes of play.
and Louisiana State the Mustangs only got out
Against I . C. I'., which w o n over Baylor 34 tn \2, and against Texas, which plastered on a 25 to 6 licking, a weak line, especially al the tackles, tells the story. In both g a m e s the Bears piled up a respectable total ol first d o w n s only in lose by decisive margins when the Frog and Longhorn backs silted right through the line for h ng ti iiichili mil runs. Although they have laded to win a major g a m e , the Bruins have presented the conference with a few real stars Lloyd Russell, Bob Masters, and llal Finley, sophomore hacks, and Earl \\ ray, transfer end from the College of .Marshall, and Suitcase Simpson, guard, have shown brilliantly. All of these m e n will be watched in the Mustang fray this afternoon. I'eiinie Frisby, fullback, is a senior w h o has played fine, aggressive ball all year.
team. In the Fordham
tional half w h o is out with injuries today, played oiil}' lour minutes yet m a d e two long distance gallops lor touchdowns.
Stars in the line w h o
Wetzel, guard; Maurice Orr, giant tackle
w h o specializes in place kicking; T r u m a n Spain, another tackle, and Louie Smith, end. S. M . I . has never w o n from Baylor in W a c o and ( oach Morrison has been working all week to keep over-confidence from entering the ranks ol his team and hurting the Ponies' chances of breaking the jinx.
With such m e n as Wilson.
Fuqua, Stewart, Spain, and
fohnson, reputed to
be on the sell and unable to play this afternoon. a lighting Baylor team might possibly rise to the supreme heights for one day and d o w n the Dallas invaders.
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