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FRESHMAN SEASON Bottom row: HERMAN, MAINORD, WATSON, CIBB, I.ANG, RATCLIFF. FRITZ, GLASS, JUHECKA, BAKER, SMITH, GLASS, LEAVFTT, PARKHURST, FLEMING. Second row: LITTLEFIELD, J. HALL. RICKS, HARKINS, FREEMAN, HAWTHORNE, FLANAGAN, V. BASEY, STEPHENS, BURNS, J. GRAIN, DOSS, MARTIN, LOWREY, HOLCHAK, HAWKINS, MAYES, BOWMAN, DAVIS, OWEN, TOLBIN. Third row: PRICE. PATRICK, WEEDON, CAIN, TOLBERT, ARNOLD, SWANSON, PEVETO, ISBELL, WOOD, CARNEGIE, BAKER, GARRETT, COLEMAN, F. GRAIN, R. HALL, KELLEY, M. BASEY, MORRIS, HARRELL, ATCHISON, GRAY. Foanh row: DANIEL. SCHWARTING, PENNOCK, GRUBBS, THAYER, BARRINGER, WESTMORELAND, GOODWIN, LONG, HODGE, KYLE, HILMAN, ROBERTS. DAICLE, COHE.NOUR, DUERR. FASELER, PARRETT. HART. SMALL. The largest and most promising group of freshmen in many years answered the summons to start football practice shortly after school opened. Ed Price, freshman coach, had twelve complete teams to send against the Varsity in practice sessions. The freshmen played three games, winning two, and the rest of the time they spent learning the plays of Conference foes to use in scrimmage with the Varsity. The Yearlings defeated Seguin Lutheran College 20 to 3 and lost to the Rice Slimes by the narrow score of 3 to 0. The third game was played against the freshmen from Texas A. M. on Wednesday before the big Varsity game and was won by the same score as the Varsity game, 7 to 6. A real upset, that caused considerable speculating as to next year ' s team, was the Yearling- Varsity game which the Yearlings won by a score of 13 to 12. This game and the many practice sessions as well as the three games with outsiders revealed many prospective Varsity players for next year ' s team. Among the outstanding freshman players were Jack Crain, captain of the freshman squad, R. B. Patrick, Jesse Hawthorne, Raymond Mayes, Cam Harrell, Noble Doss, Chal Daniel, Malcolm Kutner, Joe Schwarting, and James Stephens. Freshman coaches are Price. Jack Gray, Jud Atchison, and Clint Small. Clyde Littlefield coaches the " B " team. JACK GRAIN
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(lOnfereiice (icimes BAYLOR Bullet Bill Patterson led the Baylor Bears to a 14-to-3 victory over the Longhorns in Austin on November 5, atter the Longhorns had held a 3-to-O lead for two quarters. The fans were amazed when Lawson elected to try a field goal with a strong wind in his face. However, the kick was good, and the Longhorns were in the lead. Once again the fans were thrilled when Wes Boyer almost got away on an off tackle play that was finally stopped by the Baylor secondary. The Bears scored twice on the same pass play from Patterson to Boyd. This combination proved too much for the Longhorn defense which seemed to melt under Patterson ' s uncanny accuracy. Standouts for Texas were as usual Rhodes and Naiser in the line and Wally Lawson in the backfield. TEXAS CHRISTIAN The Longhorns fell victim of diminutive Davy O ' Brien ' s passes in Fort Worth on November 12. T.C.U. won easily by a score of 28 to 6. The Longhorn defense stiffened and stopped the Frog running attack very nicely. John Peterson and Don Williams rushed O ' Brien quickly and made him work fast. Peterson also led the way for the Longhorns ' lone tally by intercepting an attempted lateral. A pass brought the ball to the 2-yard line and Gilly Davis plunged over for the touchdown. The excellent line backing of Glenn Jackson and Bill Forney was a big factor in the inability of the Frogs to gain through the line. Davis reeled off some nice gains for the Longhorns, and right tackle Bernie Esunas turned in a good defensive game. TEXAS A. M. It is written in the books of football destiny that the mighty maroon warriors of Texas A. M. shall not trample the Orange and White of Texas on the Longhorns ' own field. Thursday, November 24, 1938, proved this to be true, for the shattered forces of Dana Bible rallied for two glorious hours and accom- plished the impossible, Texas 7, Texas A. M., 6! The Longhorn defense was working perfectly and the men were all fighting their hardest. When Kimbrough, Todd or some other Aggie back cracked into the line, somebody else met him. Many times it was Bernie Esunas, playing by far the greatest game of his career, who stopped the big boys. But it was good old Roy Baines who dashed through and blocked the kick that gave Texas the victory. Texas ' victory march started 46 yards from home. Wally Lawson ripped through the Aggie line twice to the 30-yard line and Bryan swung around end to the 17. Lawson gave the ball to Puett who went to the 3-yard line and over for the score on the following play. Lawson ' s kick was good and the score was 7 to 0. The Aggies scored near the end of the game on a punt blocked behind the goal-line. itrfi h - .- A Longhorn is stopped by Baylor. Texas attempts to rush T.C.U. passer. Wesley Boyer runs to catch pass in A. M. game Bill Forney makes a gain against the Aggies.
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