| Wins against Kentucky - 0 | Losses against Kentucky - 1 |
Alma Mater: Vanderbilt 
Date Born: May 23, 1883
Date Died: August 6, 1943
Overall Record: 7-5 [3 Seasons]
|1/8/1910||Kentucky at Kentucky Wesleyan||W||14 - 12 OT||-|
Obituary - Austin (TX) American (August 7, 1943)
Dean Moore Dies After Long Illness
Funeral is Planned Here Saturday for Retired U.T. Official
Dean Victor Ivan Moore, 60, dean of men and of student lie emeritus and associate professor of classical languages at the University of Texas, died at 3:45 p.m. Friday after a long illness.
Funeral services will be held from Weed-Corley Funeral home Saturday at 11 a.m., after which the body will be taken to Rose Hill cemetery near Fort Worth where final rites will be read at 6 p.m.
Taught at Barlett
Born in Prattville, Ala., May 23, 1883, Dean Moore was the son of the Rev. and Mrs. Henry D. Moore. After receiving his bachelor of arts degree at Vanderbilt University in 1903 with highest honors, he taught in the Louisville, Ky., training school. At Vanderbilt, he was editor of the college paper, and a three-letter athlete. Coming to Texas a few years later, he taught Latin and French and coached athletics at Arlington training school, now North Texas Agricultural College, for three years. He then served as superintendent of Bartlett public schools for nine years before he came to the university in 1925 during the presidency of Dr. W.M.W. Splawn, as assistant dean of men in 1926, and in 1927 became dean of men and of student life, and received his master of arts degree from the university the same year.
Past president and secretary of the National Association of Deans and Advisers of Men, he became nationally known for his work.
One of Most Progressive
"His office here was considered one of the most progressive of its kind in the United State under his leadership," said Dean Arno Nowotny, present dean of men, who was named to the place after Dean Moore's recent retirement.
Survivors include three children, Mrs. W.B. Garrett of Camp Hulen, Henry D. Moore of Austin and Mrs. R.A. Hatcher of Austin; and three sisters, Mrs. Forney Renfro of Opelika, Ala., Mrs. E.S. Lotspiech of New Orleans, La., and Mrs. Marie Moore of Jamison, Ala.
Active pallbearers will be C.F. Arrowood, O.B. Williams, Arno Nowotny, Col. George Hurt, Berry Whitaker and George Stephens. Honorary pallbearers will be L.H. Hubbard, T.H. Shelby, R.W. Gipson, George S. Dalgety, J.W. Calhoun, Morris Hirshfeld, H.A. Dunn, W.W. Walton and Dr. Joe Gilbert.
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