Kenneth C. Brown
Participated and lettered in football and basketball at Baldwin High School. At Baker, participated in football and baseball. Received four letters in football and one in baseball, (Baker did not field baseball teams three years of his attendance.) Chosen three times to the Kansas Conference First Team in football. Graduated in 1940 with a B.S. in physical education. The last two years at Baker were spent as an assistant coach to W.W. Ridgeway. Played professional football for the Phoenix Tigers in 1940. Began 32-year high school coaching career in El Paso, Texas, in 1943.
First assignment was with El Paso High from 1943 to 1950. Then in 1950, moved to Austin High. Coached several teams in football, track and baseball. Won league, city, district and regional championships, and participated in state championships twice. Received El Paso coach of the year in track, 1944, and coach of the year in football, 1945; was named coach of the year in baseball six times, and was presented the Temple of Mt. Sinai Sportsman Award in 1965. Has had several original articles published in professional magazines. Belongs to numerous local, state and national educational and athletic coaching associations.