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Baker--John W. (Football Coach)

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1 Student and faculty life at ISTC
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 2:0, p.68
7/1/1995 History of student publications, debate, drama, music, and athletics during the Latham administration; photo.
2 Johnny Baker
Alumnus 64:2, p.31
5/1/1979 Died February 6, 1979.
3 Baker resigns
College Eye 29:15, p.4
1/7/1938 Former TC coach John Baker will leave Omaha University.
4 Baker brings his cagemen to meet Dickinson's five in loop conflict Monday
College Eye 28:17, p.4
1/22/1937 The Tutors might have a chance for another victory when Omaha, still searching for their first conference win, comes to town.
5 Rival coach joins up to lead Panther pack
Alumnus 20:2, p.15
4/1/1936 Clyde L. "Buck" Starbeck named head football coach; will conduct spring practice for first time; photo.
6 Omaha cagers down Panther quintet in rough battle; 34-21
College Eye 27:33, p.4
2/28/1936 Omaha University, coached by former Panther Johnny Baker, took their revenge on ISTC, defeating them, 34-21.
7 Panthers outclass Omaha University five by 37-26 score
College Eye 27:32, p.4
2/21/1936 John Baker, former football coach at TC and present Omaha University basketball coach, failed to bring a win against ISTC.
8 Panther quintet to meet Omaha University in last home conference contest; game marks Homecoming for John Baker, former Tutor coach
College Eye 27:31, p.4
2/14/1936 John Baker, former TC football coach, will return to Cedar Falls as Omaha's head basketball coach.
9 Panthers open season under new head coach
Alumnus 19:4, p.15
10/1/1935 Tom Johnson replaces Dave McCuskey, who is still recovering from operation; football schedule for 1935; season preview.
10 Nineteen lettermen will be on hand this fall
Public Relations News Release 1934:1130, p.3
8/4/1935 Season preview and schedule.
11 Baker's position remains open
College Eye 27:49, p.4
7/19/1935 Johnny Baker was head coach for two years; record was 6-9-2.
12 Sport Shorts
College Eye 27:49, p.4
7/19/1935 Following unexpected resignation of Johnny Baker, football head coach position not filled; candidates for the job narrowed to three.
13 The successor to John Baker will not be selected for several weeks
Public Relations News Release 1934:1117, p.1
7/1/1935 L. L. Mendenhall expects that the selection will be made sometime in August.
14 Campus This Week
College Eye 27:45, p.3
6/14/1935 Johnny Baker will spend summer in California.
15 Fifteen faculty members obtain summer's leave; Cradite and Slattery join teaching for term
College Eye 27:45, p.1
6/14/1935 Faculty summer plans.
16 Football
Old Gold 0:0, p.234
6/1/1935 1934 schedule and season highlights; photos.
17 Physical Education for Men
Old Gold 0:0, p.26
6/1/1935 Description of physical education; photos.
18 Teachers College athletes face another heavy week of competition
Public Relations News Release 1934:1043, p.1
5/5/1935 Two baseball games, two tennis matches, and a varsity and freshman triangular meet give little time for rest.
19 Baker announces extensive spring intramural card
College Eye 26:36, p.4
3/29/1935 All spring intramural managers will have a meeting in the Men's Gymnasium to plan spring program.
20 The site of the Midwest A. A. U. wrestling tournament has been shifted from Omaha to Eagle Grove
Public Relations News Release 1934:967, p.1
3/15/1935 The same Teachers College grapplers nominated for the meet originally will compete.
21 Intramural entry deadline date set for January 16th
College Eye 26:26, p.4
22 John Baker is wed to Marian Dowsell
College Eye 26:26, p.3
1/11/1935 Married December 26, 1934.
23 Gridders set field record--roll up 101 points
Alumnus 19:1, p.14
1/1/1935 1934 season wrap-up; season record was 3-3-2.
24 Baker announces big intramural sports program
College Eye 26:25, p.4
25 The Teachers College looked back with some satisfaction on the past year in athletics
Public Relations News Release 1934:769, p.1
12/21/1934 The basketball team has eleven more games left in the season, while the wrestling team is still having schedule difficulties.
26 Harlan Calhoun has ended his first year of varsity football competition
Public Relations News Release 1934:721, p.1
11/25/1934 Calhoun is expected to be a powerful halfback next year.
27 Lester Peterson played his last football game for the Iowa State Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1934:720, p.1
11/25/1934 Peterson has played in practically every game since he began playing in 1931.
28 O. Lester Jones closed his first season of varsity football competition
Public Relations News Release 1934:715, p.1
11/25/1934 Jones played halfback all season, and played almost every game.
29 Saturday's game close the first season of varsity football competition for Bernard Schmidt
Public Relations News Release 1934:717, p.1
11/25/1934 Schmidt played little in the Luther game, due to an injury from a previous game.
30 The 1934 football season came to a close for two Naperville men
Public Relations News Release 1934:712, p.1
11/25/1934 McCabe served as captain for the first six games, and Schulz was elected captain for the Morningside game.
31 The first season of varsity football competition was brought to a close for Melvin Nelson
Public Relations News Release 1934:716, p.1
11/25/1934 Nelson has been in the starting lineup of every game this season.
32 The football game against Luther brought an end to Glenn Smith's second season
Public Relations News Release 1934:713, p.1
11/25/1934 Smith is known as the best drop-kicker on the squad, but hasn't had a chance to show his ability before the stands.
33 The game against Luther brought Raymond Smalling's football career to an end
Public Relations News Release 1934:714, p.1
11/25/1934 Smalling has played at the fullback position for three years.
34 The tied football game against Luther brings the season to a close
Public Relations News Release 1934:710, p.2
11/25/1934 Profiles.
35 The Teachers College football team has been working out new defense plays this week
Public Relations News Release 1934:708, p.1
11/23/1934 The same lineup used against Morningside will be used, with the exception of Russell Bell.
36 Five football men will be playing their last game for the Teachers College on Saturday
Public Relations News Release 1934:707, p.1
11/18/1934 Possible athletes to fill the graduate's positions next year.
37 Coach John Baker plans to use the same line up from the Homecoming football game
Public Relations News Release 1934:697, p.1
11/15/1934 Starting line up and schedule of Saturday's games.
38 None of the Iowa State Teachers College football squad will be out of the game with injuries
Public Relations News Release 1934:696, p.1
11/15/1934 Starting line up for the game against Morningside College.
39 The Iowa State Teachers College football team prepares for the Morningside game
Public Relations News Release 1934:701, p.1
11/15/1934 Starting line up.
40 Iowa State Teachers College football team prepares to meet with Morningside College
Public Relations News Release 1934:692, p.1
11/12/1934 Coach John Barker spent most of practice working on passing and kicking.
41 Football prospects look brighter now with no players on the injured list
Public Relations News Release 1934:681, p.1
11/8/1934 Starting lineup for the Homecoming game.
42 Four men are designated to start in the Homecoming football game
Public Relations News Release 1934:682, p.1
11/8/1934 Legionnaires from surrounding towns have been invited to the game by the Cedar Falls American Legion.
43 Four men are slated to start the Homecoming football game
Public Relations News Release 1934:682, p.1
11/8/1934 Record breaking crowds are expected for the game, as the Cedar Falls American Legion has invited Legionnaires from surrounding towns.
44 Iowa teachers and high school coaches will be "on vacation" this weekend when the Iowa State Teachers College hosts the Grinnell College football team
Public Relations News Release 1934:680, p.2
11/8/1934 Schedule of Homecoming activities.
45 Chalk talk Monday opens a week of drills
Public Relations News Release 1934:666, p.1
11/4/1934 Starting lineup for the Homecoming game.
46 Coach John Baker is concerned with the number of injured football players
Public Relations News Release 1934:662, p.1
11/4/1934 A few previously injured players will be back this week, but many were injured in Saturday's game.
47 Homecomers will see Russell Bell in action at the Homecoming football game
Public Relations News Release 1934:669, p.1
11/4/1934 Russell Bell has not been starting the last few games, but Coach Baker calls for him when the going gets tough.
48 The Iowa State Teachers College vents their ire over Saturday's defeat
Public Relations News Release 1934:661, p.1
10/28/1934 The Teachers College has already played one Homecoming game, and they have two more on the schedule.
49 Many familiar faces may be missing for the Dad's Day game
Public Relations News Release 1934:658, p.1
10/21/1934 A few players are still injured and out of play, but one player, Bob Torrence, will be back for the Dad's Day game.
50 Panthers receive their first loss
Public Relations News Release 1934:645, p.1
10/21/1934 Three men were put into the hospital as soon as they returned from Kalamazoo.


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