Can you name this past Moscow Elks member??

Can you name this past Moscow Elks member??

  • Born & raised in Texas,
  • played baseball & football at Texas A & M University,
  • served in United Sates Army during WWI,
  • returned to Texas A & M, playing baseball & football,
  • attended Bethany College,
  • played and captained in Shrine College Football All-Star Game,
  • coached high school football in California,
  • played semi-pro football for the Olympic Club,
  • offered contract to play for the Chicago Bears,
  • served as an assistant football coach Washington State College (Washington State University),
  • was head baseball coach at Washington State College (Washington State University), — total Washington State College / Washington State University record 603-325-5,
  • won Pacific Coast Conference 4 times,
  • served in U. S. Navy — WW II,
  • won 10 conference championships,
  • coached in College World Series 4 times,
  • coached national runner-up in NCAA baseball,
  • was elected a member American Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame,
  • chosen  a member WSU Athletic Hall of fame, and
  • had the Washington State University baseball field named in his honor.

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