J. C. TAYLOR, Coach
Mr Taylor is a native Tennessean. He came to us from M. B. A. During the three years as
coach he has made a splendid record for himself and Guana.
BARTON McSWAIN, Manager
"Greasy," although a rather handsome noncombatant, arranged an excellent
schedule. The success of the team was due greatly to his interesting efforts as manager.
A. S. WESTON, Assistant Coach
We are indeed fortunate to have had Mr. Weston with us the past year. His services were
in-valuable. He is a man of sterling character.
JULIUS BAYER, Quarterback
Like Caesar of old, this pigskin general was always en the job and was everything that his
WILLIAM KIRBY, Halfback
"Miss Willie" is not very large, but every bit a man. With his quick speed and
wonderful stability he was a sure guard gainer. We will miss you next year.
THOMASON HAYNES, Halfback
"Busier," the Hashing back, was a great line plunger. Although a one-year man,
he made many opponents feel that he had had many years' experience on the gridiron.
HUGH STORY, Halfback
This red-headed Irishman was modest, but liked the ladies. With his speed and his brains
he made one of the best halves we had. We expect you in our machine next year.
IKE JONES, Fullback
Ike was an earnest warrior. His ability to diagnose plays was a valuable asset. A £;ood
man on the football field.
STEEL EZELL, Fullback
"E]y" was our Plunging full and hand tackling terror. Many opponents' plays have
met their Waterloo in this man. We predict great success on the gridiron.
BOB BRASWELL, End
Bob, although proclaimed cute, was a wonder at pulling the pigskin out of the hole. We
predict for him, "a great general of the gridiron."