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They worked in a Los Angeles club, where they were backup performers for Kenny Rogers, John Denver, and the Carpenters.A gig at Disneyland got them noticed by Buck Owens, who signed them to a contract.Jon Hager was born on August 30, 1941 in Chicago, Illinois, USA.He was an actor, known for Hee Haw (1969), The 5th Annual TV Land Awards (2007) and Celebrity Bowling (1971).In 1956 Baylor came close to the SWC title again but finished second and was sent to face the undefeated #2 Tennessee Volunteers in the 1957 Sugar Bowl.Baylor defeated Johnny Majors and the #2 Volunteers 13–7.
They attended Maine Township High School in Park Ridge (Class of 1959), one year ahead of Harrison Ford and a few more years ahead of Hillary Clinton.They were identical twin brothers Jim (August 30, 1941—May 1, 2008) and Jon Hager (August 30, 1941—January 9, 2009).and adopted by Jack and Frances Hager, a Methodist minister and a schoolteacher. As teenagers, they sang on a Saturday morning WGN-TV series targeting others in their age group.Baylor did not adopt a mascot (the Baylor Bears) until December 14, 1914, after the completion of the 1914 football season. Additionally, Baylor did not join an athletic conference until 1914 after the conclusion of the football season, when it became a founding member of the Southwest Conference. Hamilton, whose 5–1–1 record was distinguished with never having a losing record; in 1899, Baylor played, and lost, its first game against Texas A&M, which would become a rivalry (until 2012 when Texas A&M changed conferences), the Battle of the Brazos, with over 100 games played in the series by 2003. Texas Christian University (known as Add Ran Male & Female College until 1902) was located in Waco from 1895 to 1910 and was one of Baylor's greatest football rivals until the dissolution of the Southwest Conference in 1995. Luther Burleson headed the restored football team in 1907, and managed a 4–3–1 record. To this day, Baylor claims the honor of having the largest homecoming parade in the world.Baylor played its first home game against Toby's Business College (located in Waco) in 1899, its first away game on 4 November 1900, at Austin College, and its first neutral-site game against Texas A&M in 1901. The 1901 season also welcomed Baylor's first Thanksgiving Day football game, with a 28–0 win over St. Baylor has many traditions such as the Baylor-TCU rivalry game which is one of the most played in all of college football, the Battle of the Brazos (through 2011 when Texas A&M left the Big 12), membership in the historic Southwest Conference, a live bear mascot since 1915 and the Baylor Line.