Clark Randolph "Dudy" Noble


Born: May 6, 1893

Died: February 2, 1963

Hometown: Learned, MS

Year of Induction: 1961

 

College Career

Mississippi State (1910-1915)

• Lettered in four varsity sports

 

Coaching Career

Mississippi College (1916)
Ole Miss (1917-1918)

• Football and baseball coach

Mississippi State (1919-1959)

• Athletic Director and coach

• Member Helms Baseball Hall of Fame (’54)

• Mississippi State baseball field name in his honor (’49)

• Hired Hall of Fame broadcaster Jack Cristil

• Awarded Hall of Famer Boo Ferriss the first full baseball scholarship in Mississippi history

 

Did You Know?

Once Noble had a bird dog that was not a very good hunter. He named it “Mr. Ole Miss.”





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