M. HOMECOMING arroll Field October 37* 1934
ennines E A D C< )ACH
Koch LINE C( )ACH
Coach Morley [ennings, w h o came to Baylor from ( luchita college in 1926, is n o w 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 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' high school star before entering the W a c o institution. jSoct-i - ti/^e:
OFFICIAL Football Program
HOMECOMING 1934 Published by Baylor University Student Publications For Baylor-A. & M. Game October 27, leM4
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HOMECOMINQ \ BR( )< >KS S M I T H Editor I )aily Lariat All the color and enthusiasm of a typical H o m e c o m i n g occasion will be climaxed Saturday afternoon w h e n the Baylor Hears and the Texas Aggies clash on the Carroll field gridiron in the second conference g a m e of the season for each team.
instead of serving a barbecue on the campus as was done in previous years. It w a s hoped by the committees in charge that this change would lend a more hospitable atmosphere than would he possible otherwise. Saturday morning from 11 until 12 o'clock the annual h o m e c o m i n g rally w a s held in W a c o i receding the g a m e has been a week of intense activity on the part of student leaders in hall at which time President Pat M . Neff order that the h o m e c o m i n g brought the University's offispirit might reach its peak cial greetings to all guests. this afternoon. Pep r a l l i e s George 11. Belew of W a c u , have been held each morning president of the Baylor " B " iii chapel as well as two brief, association, also welcomed the lively thirty minute sessions homecomers, and Dr. C. D. at night. Johnson, former chairman of Friday night amid the blazthe Journalism department and ing bonfires which were kept n o w connected with ' hiachita glowing at different points college, and Carr P. Collin-.. over the campus, fresh m e n trustee from Dallas, made kept the traditional watch to short addresses. Special music see that no invaders painted was furnished hv the Baylor their signs. Then Saturday Golden W a v e hand under the morning one of the famous direction of Everett M . M c Bear prances, with the stuCracken, director, and a short dents being led by the <'.olden yell session w a s conducted by W a v e hand, was conducted, Chief yell leader Condy Nichols with the march starting at a and his assistants. George d o w n t o w n pi lint and ending i in President Pat M . NefT Banks and J. W . Meredith. the University grounds. Frida) evening from 10 until 10:30 a special A m o n g the m a n y new features which were homecoming radio broadcast, sponsored and inaugurated for the first time was the election under the direction of the Daily Lariat, student ol a University sweetheart and escort w h o will paper, was presented over radio station W A C O . he presented during the half this afternoon. At that time the Varsitonians, an orchestra These two representatives of the student body composed of Baylor students, played several were elected in chapel after each class had numbers, and the Bear coaches were interviewed. nominated its choices in previous meetings. After the final whistle has blown to end the Another change which was effected in Baylor-Aggie g a m e this afternoon, a custom which has become a tradition only in the past two H o m e c o m i n g arrangements this year was thai years will be followed; that is, all Baylor stuthe alumni and other visitors were taken to dents will stand and sing "That G o o d Old BayMemorial dormitory for the Saturday luncheon lor Line" as the players are leaving the gridiron. ,£_„„
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Four Stars A m o n g The Baylor Bears John I). Reynolds, W a c o , center; W . K. Weathers, Temple, tackle; Joe Jack Pearce, Green\ ille, quarter and captain ; and Lloyd Russell, Dallas, h a 1 I. These m e n are expected to turn in a smart g a m e against the Aggies at Carrol] Field Saturday. Pearce, Weathers and Russell are making strong bids for all-conference berths in pre-season dope accounts of sports waiters in the S< mthwest.
BAYLOR 1934 Squad (There is a copyright pending on the names and jersey numbers of the Baylor football squad. No names can be used unless by written authority from Baylor Student Publications manager.)
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NO. NAME POSITION 20—Martell Nabors 22—Austin Peay 23—Chas. Burke 24—Carl Price 25—Bob Masters 26—Foster Coleman 27—James Cloyd 28—Lawrence Thornton 29—J. R. Mote 30—Allen Crenshaw 31—R. B. Buchanan 32—Lloyd Russell 3 3 — T o m Carruthers 35—Sonny Bartosh 3 6 — W . W . Hensley 37—Moyd SoRelle 38—Hulen Hall 42—L. L. Zimmerman 43—Kenneth Clark 44—John D. Reynolds 4 5 — D a n McGlasson 47—Hi Bivins 48—Will Rogers 49—Theo Alford 50—Joe Jack Pearce (Co-C) 51—Aubrey Stringer 52—Aubrey Jones 5 3 — W . E. Weathers (Co-C) 54—Morris Sanderson 55_Will Heatley 56—John Manning 57—Wendell Simpson 58—Shuford McDonald 5 9 — H . Gillium 60—Wallace Hale
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BAYLOR Starting Line-Up No. BAYLOR 43—CLARK 53—WEATHERS 54—SANDERSON 44—REYNOLDS 57—SIMPSON 63—WILFONG 61—WILLIAMS 50—PEARCE 38—HALL 25—MASTERS 66—FRISBY
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OFFICIALS Viner, Missouri, Referee. Minton, Indiana, Umpire. Fortier, Army, Head Linesman. Swartz, Rice, Field Judge. Baylor University Press—Waco @ 1934
A. & M. Starting Line-Up
48 WILKINS LEFT END 67—JORDAN 58—CROW 60—DEWARE 38—CONOLEY 62—MERKA 39—CALLAHAN 22—COUSER 34—FOWLER 36—KIMBROUGH 35—CUMMINGS
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POSITION PLAYER NO. 2 2 — W . L. (Bill) Couser Back 23 Wilbert (Zimmie) Randow Back 25—Jack Walker Back 26—Sid Martin Back 27—Jack Stringfellow Back 28—Louis L'Hommedieu Back 29—Nash Thompson Back 30—Reese Newsome Back Select your dinner from our varied 32—Harden (Rabbit) McGrady Guard assortment of Delicious Homecooked 33—Homer (Doc) Pitner Back l"'< H ids. 34—Odell (Muggins) Fowler Back 35—Leslie Cummings Back 3 6 _ W . R. (Bill) Kimbrough Back 37—Charley (Swampy) Rollins End 38—Odell (Dog Eye) Conoley Guard FACTORY SHOE 39—Paul Callahan Back 40—John (Grandpa) Gregory Back DYEING 42—John Zich Tackle 43—Clifford (Flu) Haynes End 44—Max Tohline End Johnnie's Shine Parlor 45—Jack Burk Guard "FOR BETTER SHINES" 4 6 — W . E. (Bill) Stages End 47—Percy Reid Back A. & M. SPEEDSTER 48_Taylor Wilkins End 49—R. E. (Bob) Connelley End 50—Stanfield Stach Center 52—Frank Merka Back 53—Nick Willis Tackle 54—Ashford (Red) Murphy Tackle 55—Jack Roach Center 56—Stapp Maxwell Guard 57—John Crow Guard 58—Marion Crow Guard 59—Charles (Pete) Barber Tackle 60—Charley DeWare. Jr. Center 62—Jeremiah Merka Tackle 63—George Clark Tackle 64—Selmer Kirby Tackle 65—John Whitfield Tackle 66—Grady Godwin Tackle 67—Wharton (Stumble) Jordan ___ Tackle Dill Cole End Mack Coy Guard Allen Goldsmith End COUSETR Burt Hull End JERSEY No. 22 Louis Kaczmarek Tackle Joe Smyth Back Joe Wessendorf Center End J E W E L E R S James Wilson
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The 1934 Season By
BR< )' )KS
Editor I )aily Lariat
BAYLOR AGGIES When
Coach Morley Jennings' Baylor Bruins, con-
sidered in pre-season dope to lie a stronger unit
reins at Texas A. ec M . to Ilomer Xorton and
than the team that w o n
four conference g a m e s
in 1933, have at this early season point failed to
had iÂťiled up a remarkahle record at the Shreve-
show the class which was expected of them.
port institution. Aggie fans took n e w hope and
( >pening the fall campaign on Carroll held
began to look forward during 1934.
to a successful season
with the St. Edwards Tigers, a strong Texas conference team, as their opponent, the Bears gave promise of strong potentialities, with dazzling runs
sophomores being the highlight of the game. T h e following week however the team went out to Lubbock, loafed through thefirsthalf and woke up too late to retrieve the points which had been scored against them, losing to Texas Tech
However, Xorton has had more than his share of trouble since arriving at College Station and as he brings his Farmers to W a c o he is faced with the jol> of winning a hall g a m e over the I'.ears or probably
without another victory to their credit. T o date the Aggies have defeated the S a m Houston
A. X* I., and lost to Temple, Centenary, and
14 to 7.
Texas Christian university. The
next week Jennings took his squad to
Little Rock and although the Bears played on
(. oach Xorton is also handicapped for today's
even terms with the Razorbacks most of the w a y
a bad break in the third quarter cost them the
his stars out oi the g a m e , including lack Barber, the best
ball g a m e 6 to 0.
Baylor's Bears by having several of tackle
the squad, w h o
school. Bast week Baylor w o n an unimpressive 13 to 6 decision over the Hardin-Simmons team out at Abilene, the only being
in the victory by
Aggies' outstanding star, and
w h o m the Bruins will have to watch today is Bill Ci user, sensational hacklield luminary, w h o can run in a broken field and punt the hall with the
best in the conference. Baylor therefore is going into the
ing melee with the Texas Aggies hoping to turn what appears to he a disasterous beginning into a series of victories.
With four m e m b e r s oi the
squad definitely out with injuries (these being Russell, Kinlcv, Thornton, and
will apparently have a difficult task on hands.
Other Aggie stars include Odell howler,
player is a big, towering end passes
Jordan, w h o weighs 225 pounds, is being boosted lor all-conference honors at tackle by some sports writers.
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