TCU 1920s-50s Programs and 2 Bowl Game Programs, a Pennant and a Pin.
Lot 248. TCU 1920s-50s Programs and 2 Bowl Game Programs, a Pennant and a Pin. Texas Christian University in Fort Worth fielded its first football team in 1896, was named the AP national champion in 1938 and has produced such All-Americans as Sammy Baugh, Davey O’Brien, Bob Lilly and LaDanian Tomlinson. The 2014 Horned Frogs were Big 12 co-champions and won the Peach Bowl. In 1928, TCU went 8-2, and one win was against Daniel Baker, 19-0. Located in Brownwood, TX, Daniel Baker College was absorbed by Howard Payne University in 1952. TCU produced a 20-page program for the Daniel Baker game. A team picture is inside the back cover, and players are pictured throughout. So is Matty Bell, TCU’s College Hall of Fame coach. TCU songs are inside the front cover and on the back cover. Vg+. A second program is for a 1935 game with Santa Clara in San Francisco. The 24-page program has tape along the spine, and the pages are loose. Vg appearance. Sammy Baugh is pictured as the TCU quarterback, and Clipper Smith and Buck Shaw, as the Santa Clara coaches. The Horned Frogs won, 10-6, to close out a 11-1 regular season. A 1958 program is for their game with Texas, which produced a 22-8 victory. Comprising 52 pages, it has relatively large chips in the lower right of the cover and first four pages; otherwise, it is ex. Two future HoF members were the opposing coaches, Dutch Meyer for TCU and Darrell Royal for Texas. In the 1952 Cotton Bowl, the Horned Frogs lost to Babe Parilli and Kentucky, 20-7. Bear Bryant and Meyer were the coaches. Vg-ex, stains on some pages. TCU lost to West Virginia in the 1984 Bluebonnet Bowl, 31-14. By then, the program grew to 144 pages. A full-sized purple and white TCU pennant accompanies the program. And so does a 1.75” TCU Bluebonnet Bowl pin. The pennant is ex, and the pin, nm-m. Minimum Bid $40.