Rice Institute Owls baseball and football player Eddie Dyer
Black and white photograph of Rice Institute Owls baseball and football player Eddie Dyer, class of 1922, accompanied by text headlining his achievement and entry into the Rice Athletic Hall of Fame. Caption reads: The late EDDIE DYER (1922) was all-conference halfback and pitcher and captain of both football and baseball for Rice, playing in 1920-21-22. He also won the SWC championship in the broad jump. His great career in pro baseball climaxed as manager of the St. Louis Cardinals when they won the World Series in 1946. He came to Rice from Morgan City, La. After retiring from Big League baseball in 1950, Eddie founded a successful business in Houston. He became a civic leader of note before his death in 1964.
Rice Athletic Hall of Fame
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