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HARGISS ON STAFFK. U. Track Coach Hargiss to Attend Coaching School in Topeka
August 11, 1939

K. U. Track Coach to Attend Coaching School in Topeka

Topeka, Aug. 11. (AP)óLeo R. "Dutch" Meyer, head football coach at Texas Christian University and developer of the undefeated Horned Frogs last year, will headline the staff for the annual Kansas coaching school here August 21-26.

He will be assisted by Mike Brumbelow, line coach at Texas Christian; Jim Yeager, head football coach at Iowa State and formerly of Hays State college; and Stanley Williamson, line coach at Kansas State.

Forrest B. "Frosty" Cox, former Kansas University star basketball player and now coach at the University of Colorado, will head the basketball course.

Kansas University's own H. W. "Bill" Hargiss will handle the track and field work. Roland Logan will be brought here from the United States Military Academy, West Point, as instructor in proper training methods and the care of treatment of injuries.

William "Hack" Wilson, manager of Topeka's Western Association baseball team, will give baseball instruction; and Everett "Gus" Fish of Emporia State college. will head a course in six-man football .

E. A. Thomas is director of the coaching school, sponsored by the Kansas State High School Activities association. He will be assisted by Elmer Holm, director of athletics at Washburn college year's enrollment of 225 was the largest in the history of the school, and Thomas says early enrollments and inquiries indicate "as large or larger" enrollment this year.