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Texas Military College Football 1936

The Texas Military College football squad of 1936 was led by Head Coach Guy Burton (Cop) Weathers. He is standing in the second row on the extreme left. Coach Weathers played football at Waco High School, Baylor University, and one year of professional football in 1926 with the Buffalo Rangers of the National Football League. 

Second row, left to right, Williams (5), Brown (13), R. Tankersley (14), Gage (22), Bean (16), Dobbs (10), Green (20), Guyere (17), Lummus (18), Major J. E. Miller and Captain B. B. Abrams, assistant coaches

First row Ogden (1), Farmer (7), Duncan (9), Ware (6), Hardin (3), Johnson (11), D. Tankersley (19), Krebs (12), Brantly (2), Hagle (8), Stanislaw (4), Regan (15), Hendricks, student manager

Mascots, on ground left to right, Harjo, Donahue, Morgan and Wolfe

Jack is number 18, third from right in the second row. He was starting left end for the Bulldogs in 1935 and 1936, and all-conference in 1935. He broke his arm on October 30, 1936 against John Tarleton Agriculture College at Stephenville, and was lost to T.M.C. for the remainder of the season, but came back to play in the final game against Wesley College. The game was played in Greenville on Thanksgiving afternoon, November 26. T.M.C. defeated Wesley 7 to 6, and Jack caught a pass sprinting over the goal line for the touchdown. He was also a standout on the Varsity basketball team. He was a two-year letterman in both football and basketball.

In the school years 1935-36 and 1936-37 Texas Military College was a member of the Central Texas Conference of junior colleges.

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