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ORMAND ANDERSON (73), rt: Plays well on line, blocks well. He is not a dangerous pass or punt rusher.
JIMMY DURHAM (88), le: Big asset both ways, he lacks speed on long passes but is dangerous on the short ones. A better blocker than a lot of ends.
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Bowden Wyatt, former All-America end at Tennessee, has been the Razorbacks' miracle man, winning the Southwest Conference title in his second year. His boys gave their all, he gave them an 11-9-0 two-year total.
PRESTON CARPENTER, GEORGE WALKER, BUD BROOKS (see opposite page).
HENRY MOORE (30), fb: Makes their tough yardage, especially with dive right over the line and the fullback "draw." Good blocker. Is defensive right half.
JOE THOMASON (26), rhb: Will run the reverses very well, and is an able pass receiver. A fair blocker, he has developed into a very good tackier.
JERRY FORD (55), c: A hustling lineman with plenty of speed. Good on pass defenses, this sophomore is also rounding into a better than average blocker.
BUDDY BENSON (45), lhb: Fastest man on the squad, he likes to fake the off-tackle play and run wide to use his speed. Can pass well and quick kicks.