George Warren

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George Warren, from Brunson, South Carolina, was a member of the Class of 1908 in Agricultural Course No. II, and is notable in Clemson athletic history for catching the first forward pass in a Clemson football game, which occurred during the Thanksgiving match with Georgia Tech on November 29, 1906.

While a Cadet, Warren participated on the Varsity Football Team (1906, 1907); Varsity Track (1906-1908); 1908 TAPS Staff; The Tiger Staff; Columbian Literary Society; Assistant Manager, Track Team (1906); President, Senior Dancing Club; Secretary and Treasurer, Junior Dancing Club; Hop Committee (1907); German Club (dance); Vice President, Senior Veterinary Science Club; Senior Tennis Club; Orator's Medal, Columbian Anniversary (1908; Glee Club and Dramatic Club.

Said his 1908 TAPS Senior blurb: " 'George' is a candy kid. He is very fond of athletics, and after that his next most enjoyable pastime is 'heart-smashing,' at which he is adept. In barracks his favorite pastime is reminiscing. Notwithstanding all published orders, George can invariably be found at the store during a vacant hour. Many thanks are due George for his efficient, skilful, and enthusiastic work as coach of the Class Tennis." (Page 48.)

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