| Wins against Kentucky - 2 | Losses against Kentucky - 0 |
Alma Mater: Texas A & M
Hometown: Waco, TX
Date Born: August 22, 1893
Date Died: November 17, 1941
|2/14/1923||Kentucky at Centre College||L||10 - 17||State Championship Game|
|1/27/1923||Centre College at Kentucky||L||14 - 21||-|
Obituary - Coriscana (TX) Daily Sun (November 17, 1941)
Jim Kendrick Died at Waco on Monday
WACO, Nov. 17 (AP) - James Marcellus (Jim) Kendrick, 48, oil man and great Texas Aggies end of 1913-15, died at his home today.
Kendrick played with the Aggie team which upset Texas in 1915. He also played with the famous Second Texas Infantry team during the World War. He served in the air corps in France.
Kendrick was assistant coach at Baylor in 1920 and then played professional football for ten years.
Surviving are his widow and four sons of Waco; four sisters, including Miss Blanch Kendrick of Dallas and Mrs. Hood Hill of Little Rock; three brothers, including Ben Kendrick of Houston; and two aunts, Mrs. J.I. Kendricks of Amarillo and Miss Hester Ish of Waco.
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