A and M Consolidated High School - Tigerland Yearbook (College Station, TX)

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QM ..f-f"-'?' VPUIOCVTY of QV w e Q X Y A -p-fly 'Y ,xxx g wa- f if g., f ,, f 1 f X in 1 M' Ll" ff THE TIGERLAND 50 Liaii OUR NEW SCHOOL PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF A 8.IVI CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE STATION TEXAS I .af , , W .WM bf.: wa' 3:32 gnvzfzu .. A 322' ,4,'.1'11:- 34152595553 '-'LTD fi - If -95 -rr: T-'ilrirzz 1- iff 'I' "f 'Ifi'Qf?7 t tl hr "5-1 " . rr.: ,Q zu: ' W f Qt' - I I v Qfmdunm OUR NEW SCHOOL THOSE WHO TAUGHT OUR FELLOW STUDENTS SOCIAL OCCASIONS ATHLETIC CONTESTS SCHOOL ORGANIZATIONS 1 L NQLILN LL BOND 'li-S. 8011. Ol au cou- lv. Q 8Ll1NL1DLk Al mm wi L-K1 L ALDWLL1 Au Al.0hl'l'l.i 1 DL '1 Nm :Ewa 'l RAD! on DEDICATED TO THE MEN WHO MADE OUFQ NEW SCHOOL POSSIBLE CCJNSTRUCTICJN T ,464 -ai --we-L .gg "Sha-'1-Q... ilugg, ...vw- --i..,...., ilnmunb, .- .H 'lap 'll MRS DUNCAN ENGLISH MRS ORR MATH Fl.. ...lil MRS GLENN MRS SORENSON BUSWESS LANG a HIST MR Isoze Li PRINCIPAL E WORK ROOM MR RICHARDSON Sup-r HALL I. UCILLE BUYS SEC GIRLS Lil.-1 STUDY HALL MRS LEE LI BRARIAN ROOM A MR CHAFIN SCIENCE FLOOR PLAN I TYPING LAB 'gn K Nl WHTIN Nlr ull1flS for all the thmti hc lrd for them tlurmg the three xc-Hrs he spent as supermtenllent of our school Nlunx hours xxtre Qptnt ID the pr utluctlon of thxs annual lt ts our hope that you null enyox lf as much as wt enyoxt l puttmt lIIOgCfl1C'1' The ltlltor I . Sv-ef' T5 V Y . . . . . ' I f The students of Consolidated wish to express their appreciation to , I lf ' - '. ' t . . I ' Q OFFICE 34- 4-41- 'Wf' asm 'igsf' 093' S HR RICHARDSON 'HR BO7I' Supermrendenr Prmupal boph Sponsor L wcywffw "9- Q Ah -13" -v" MRS. ORR Mathematics Sr. Sponsor MR. CHA FIN Science Jr. Spon sor MRS DAWSON Choral Club LUCILLE RICHTER Secretary HRS 'WKTTHI WS Home I C jr Sponsor K1 S L I 'N Iiuomesb Sr Sponsor FACULTY QQ f-,1,:Qj,g., 1.7 X . s s- 1 o x, ', A ww ,, UA, 1 Qi. at-14" lr COL DUNN MRS LEE L bran n Fre h Spo sor MR RIEDEL t a MRS DUNCAN En h S ph Sp X M xms Somaxsox A f re h Sp X i FACULTY on f " G Cufl e." sm H Sa ndu elses ' 15 S.. 0 vp Sloe P5 X ,f 3 I xii fa-SFA CLASSES HOME ECCNOMICS TYPING SPANISH ENGLISH 1 S SCIENCE MATHEMATICS SHOP STUDY HALL. ws ig H, W Mn R 'Y V564 160 1' ll1'.h F. Y +R' uh' c + he 'Hgh Y s.,,e CDV' ar asf U ln! GW! ale vnu I ' 1 111111, L1 I1111 4,- 1-111- 5 ll 111 ll ' .1 -.I TE-,-f w 5 SENICR CLASS CFFICERS FRANCES SIMEK- "I would be a friend to all." I-Freshman Favo- rite, Annual Staff, Press Club.-2- Round-Up, Choral Club, Annual Staff, Sec. of Soph. Class. -3-Yell leader, Class Favorite, Round-Up, jr. Lit. Ed., Choral Club. 4-Head Yell leader, Cho- ral Club, Round-Up, Sr. Lit. Ed., Swimming team, Nat. Honor Soc. GILBERT EIMANN- "A great man is he who never loses his chi1d's heart." 2-Football.-3-Football, Track, Best Blocker in Dist., Best Blocker on team -4-Team Manager Athletic Club WILLIE VIAE MCCOINNELL The hand that made you good hath made you fair 4 Came from Jonesboro Texas F H A JOHIN HILDEBRAND And still the wonder grew how one head Could carry all he knew 1Fresh Class Treas Baseball Round Up 2 Soph Class Treas Baseball Round bp 3 jr Cla s Treas Asst Ed of Annual Foot ball Baseball BoysState Honor Society Colson Book Award 4 An nual Ed Honor Soc Pres Football Baseball 'Vale-dictorran B 8t L Science Award gg... ' s -- '-in H' H 'flats 440012 Vis. . 1 A 3 Yr ' 1 BETTY O BANNON As merry as the day is long 3 Choral Club, Sports Duchess Colson Book Award 4 All School Girl, Round Up Annual Staff Yell leader, team Nat Honor Soc History Award JAMES DUDLEY Oh why should life all labor be? 3 Came from Football 4 Football Bas Baseball M99 l- -1 31? xv' rf iunpl' f 2, X527 jAlxE NAAGFE He rs a talker and needs no questronrng before he speaks 1Basketball Baseball Student Coun crl 2 Basketball Football Baseball 3 Pres jr Class Football Basketball Baseball Colson Book Award, Honor Socrety 4 Pres of Student Councrl Football Co Capt All School Boy, Nlost Valuable Player rn Basketball Baseball Honor Socrety Track INJOGENE BAKER Srlence more beau- trful than any song 4 Came from Yoe Hrgh School Cameron, Texas Round Up typrst G- NJN ..-gun lg FLOYD MCDONALD- "School is like charging hell with a bucket of water." -2-Basketball Baseball -3-Basket- ball Baseball 4 Co-Capt Of BHS ketball Football Nlgr Colson Book Award Baseball 5 Football Mgr Basketball Nlgr Baseball Nlgr Treas GEMMA DOBROVOLINEX Born wrth the grft of laughter 1 Student Councrl 2 Class Favorrte Trger ettes 3-Sports Duchess jr Busrness Nlgr jr Class Sec Choral Club 4 Sr Class VICE Pres Student Councrl Sr Busmess Mgr Choral Club Honor Soc Sports Duchess Salutatorran D A R Good Cxtlzen lo Qu V""fc'f"! LLOYD GAY None but hrmself can be hrs parallel 2 Football Basket ball 3 Vrce Pres of jr Class, Foot ball Baseball, Basketball Track Col son Book Award 4 Pres of Sr Class, Football Basketball Track, Honor Socr et EDWINA MOSLEY There was a drs tance rn her look that made us look agam 1 Reporter Fresh Class Press Club F H A 2 Reporter Soph Class Choral Club Vrce Pres1dent of F H A Round bp 3 Reporter r Class Sports Duchess F H A Cho ral Round bp 4 Choral Club, Round P , . 1 ' ' ' ' ' 1 ,, l A ., 'Cl , I ' - A I, 1 ' 6 A ., r . Sr. 1 F ' ' 11 - A . , - . . , . - -' , . G ' '1 . 1 Q l . ., , , ., , . . f - at - A 1 1 ' ' ll . , , - 1 ' ' 1 1 1 C ft ' ' ' ' 1 1 1 , ' 3 ' . - - . ' , , lp, Q ' 'v ' ' W, V' I ll , 1 1 5 1 ' ,V , If . W - ., - V ' ,' I ' ga . - 1 .1 7 'qyu .gl it , I in . tial. r f , - n - ' ll - - ' 1 4 1 1 1 ' A Y, Q . . . . . , , Q 1 1 .Lit , y. if - ' at Q r - " ' . 1 . ' , - 11 - X, A 5 V a - . , r , . . . . l 7 . I 1 1 l l V. - 1 1 I ' l n ' ' lj . X , v , . . ., - lf 3 U . DAYLON W 'XLTON Humor is the spice of life 2 X ice Pres of Sophomore Class Student Council Class Favorite Round Lp Sports Duke 4 Football Ath lettc Flub Nat Honor Society ilFl.E'N BX ER A true friend is a friend orever -4H C 2 F Tigerettes 3 I' H A 4 F H A DICKIE DOWFl,l.- Sportsmanship is fine but win that game. l-Football Basket- ball, Baseball. 2-Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track. 3-Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, junior Favorite, Co-Cap- tain Basketball and most valuable player. 4-Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Most Valuable Player in Football, fIo-Cf.1p- tain Basketball Senior Favorite. RITA SZYNlASZl'fK- "Thy voice is sweet, as if it took its music from thy face." 4- Came from Bremond, Texas, Library Club, Round-Lfp Staff. if fs-T1 Bllsl Y COOINFR I have taken my fun where I found it 1 Football 3 Foot ball Basketball Track Sports Duke 4 Football Basketball Baseball Track Co Laptain of Football Team Best Block er on Football Team JFAIN ROXDFR A good heart is better than all the heads in the world 1 Nice President of F H A 2 Historian F H A Choral Club 3 Student Council Choral Club -4-Class Favorite Choral Club and Secretary of Senior Class. 'MF fONlX4Y MCDERMOTT When duty and pleasure clash, duty can go to smash 4 Came from Odessa Football Basketball Track 4- X ,sfo ffl-L I n A' .. l A 'Qa ' af Q f be EMMITT ROSS Men of few words are the best men l Football 2 Presndent Sophomore Class 3 Foot ball Baseball Student Counc1l 4 Football Baseball who first mvented sleep 4 Came from Ft Worth 5 Mgt of Football Student Councll CLASS OF I95O F , Q K .. , :lj V , it pw '-, 1 ' , I 5. 4 .I J ' ' ' , ' ERNEST CAMP- "west be the man F - f ' 1 ' 525252523 F fx F " i " ' ' S2511 ffffffff gEg:5:5S3S3SgE5SgE5:, If N , u ' ""' . X 'A f I FV if CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL Q FI l'l"! 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' x ff' 2 QXWX. .. p , x la . gt ,MAY -xf-' if . 1 , H ,I. , f fi- I Q XX ...w4,.,,4, JEAN ROYDE R DICKIE DOW ELL 'Cv JW wegiivwlkaw W ,gf ROLAND JONES -, -if, DOROTHY SPRIGGS JUNIOR FAVORITES JUDY ODEN GEORGE JOHNSTON SOPHOMORE FAVORITES DONALD BURCHARD PATSY ROSS FRESHMEN FAVCRITES FACU LT Y Niost Lnkely To Succeed Lloxd Gay X1111e Niae xiCConne11 dost Rcpresentatxwe lake 11566 Icttx U Iwmn n X10 st N er sat 11 e 'fs john Hxldebrand Frances Slmek VM Alphonse Holxck Howard Davls Janitors 'P SELECTS Niost Cooperauve Gllbert F1manr1 Rua Szwmaszek Best Cook Hrs Rlggs KIWAIGEOHCLUB I-l'llS year the l'x1W8.l'l19 Klub sponsored a Student Government Day clunng whxch the students took over the offxces of the respectxve of f1C1HlS and employees The mayor and counc1lmen were elected by the Qrudenr body and the ree: of the off1c1als were appomted Thns along mth many other SEIVICCS rendered by the club are an lmporram part :fe it C ll is Xlc rhe Mull Ez of ll . ,. . 5.x k Y l, . 4- . I 4 A. gary ,Lf 1 - loc 1 'ml A Q lj ' -x.'l1l 1 5 7, J I fl 1.-' ff 21 .- 1 ,,l- 1 The Corfu' umm Supper MOTHERS 8. DADS CLUB The Niorhers and Dads club has alwaxs had a great mreresr 1n our school Thls xear was no excepuon Among the mam projects ro raxse n'onex for the school were the forsrrunuv Supper and the Pet Show They also sponsored a plax Deestrrcr ichool wh1ch was a huge suc Vrs Iugene Rush Presndc-nt 1 , N 9 w. - ,rx D ' I I , ' ' ,i . ar ' 1 11 , - , - Cess. ,, mv ' L Q -Yi" fzf r . L - f,.,..q.. . - - -F' -- 4: J -ff. . - M ai fav Mn! 5""" S Mgr! 'R ow' Cl-.Q "NPs U50 H08 Eff? up o. Tv-gg fa. :JK is ez ere c,o-'MS Gated A 'ff-L' , I1 'I 3 Q. . 1 . . 3 W . ,, I . I . ' I!! ev . I ' . A Q' 4 W' Q, - .N ATHLETICS ii' lst Row Thomas Wade Sergro Trevmo Royce Rodgers Brlly Cooner Daylon Walton jack Burchard Bob- by Wxlhanes 2nd Row Fmmxtt Ross Bllly Rrchards Tommy McDermott john llrldebrand Eddre Guthrie kenneth Worsham Bobby Smxth 3rd Row jerry l erghton herm1t Schleamus Drckre Dowell Bob Barlow james Dudley I loyd Gay Sth Row Ndgrs Floyd McDonald Grlbert hrmann Ernest Camp C o1chOthel C hafm Vlox l '1cDonald Xlanager Donald Royder, Billy Blakeley, George johnstong 4th Row: Coach O. V. Chafin, jake Magee, Roland jones, lil, . wg ' , , 2 LLOYD GAY - Tackle Played 3 years Lettered 2 years JAKE MAGEE - Back Played 5 years Lettered 2 years Co-Captain , O DIClxIE DOWELL End Played 4 years Lettered 4 years Xlost Valuable Play er BILLX COONJER Center Played 3 years Lerrered 2 years Co Captam Best Blocker BOBBX WILLIAMS Back Played 5 years Lettered 2 years R03 CE RODGERS Guard Played 3 years Lettered 2 years BILLY RICHARDS - End Played 1 year Lettered 1 year ROLAND JONES Back Played 3 years Lettered 1 year JAMES DUDLEY Tackle Played 2 years Lettered 1 year TON! NlCDFRNlOTT Tackle Play ed 1 year Lettered 1 seat SERGIO TREVINO - Guard Played 1 year Lettered 1 year Q JPRRX Irxcmox hack Plaxed 1 xear Lettered l vear EWMITT ROSS End Played 3 years 1 Reserve letter JOHY HILDEBRAND Back Played 2 years Lerrered 1 year GEORGE JOHNSTON Back Played 2 years Lettered 1 year mfg! GAYLE lxLlPPl E Back Played 2 years Lerrered 1 year H9481 -,, giflnl .11 ff: W7 'QR' DAYLON WALTON - BaClc V DONALD ROYDER ' Guard Played 1 year . I A . Q -- Played 2 years 1 Reserve letter O", A Wu- ' , Reserve letter -, -f.1'gw.,, " " I ' A ' I fl. KENNETH WOPSHAM Guard Played 2 years Reserve letter JACK BURCHARD - Guard Played 1 year Lettered l year Nd Jazz., BILLY BLAKELEY Fnd Played 1 year 1 Reserve letter THOMAS WADE Guard Played 1 year 1 Reserve letter , 'W 5 P' X. 'Q , f X' P f, 'V .v - , ', 'P Q , V!! F A 1 lk.. vi. ,. fri: ft' f wh' ' 1 A: X ' in Q0 6. Nghfx A ', ' ' '.4 .fa A ' gs me N' 0 ' N . 9-1,-.n N .L ver- .-A -dv? F. :V A ,itlx ms 'iQY':ez?ss .V 1 ' -ii i ' ' Y M" ks, pq Q13 ZS:-. Tfffyr .24 .fi .. EDDIE GUTHRIE Tackle Played 1 year Lettered 1 year KERMIT SCHLAMEUS - Back Played 2 years Lette-red 1 year BOB BARLOW Tackle Played 2 years 2 Reserve letters GILBERT EIMANN ERNEST CAMP Nlanager Manager BOBBY SMITH - Tackle Played 1 year 1 Reserve letter Fonsolrdated 31 Centervrlle 0 After a scoreless Irrst penod the Trgers tallred almost at wxll rollmg for two touchdowns rn pach of the remammg three stanzas Hurchard and Dowel! crossed the double strrpe twice El prece and I erghton and ones managed the other two markers Cxonsolrdited 19 Kiadxsonxxlle 19 After strlklng for three qmck scores rn the second perrod the fxgers had to frght a race vuth the clock m the second half Nhllxams went oxer EWICC for the Tigers and Dowell once Dow ell s extra pomt was the decrdmg margln bv 'am ,, 1 I T' - Q I ' Y V , . t ' Q . . ' L r . , - V . k s I , V . ' X, . . l , . v . , . vz- . .. , A Y .-t Y' 1 ,lsxtk lf' 4 k V , , - .- ,-,Y e W 4, , ,.... - , R, 'C A I - A W A " I-Q , . 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K 1 Fonsolrdated Navasota lrnx Tucker of the Waco News 1'r1bune prelrcted NJNQSOII to mn bu four touchdowns usmg therr second stung The Trger lrne held the Rattlers 1ns1Cle the flve xardlme tvnrce, and Naxa sota was forced to come frorr behrnd to me the game Xlxllranes scored for the Txgers, mth Dow ell s conversron agarn the deciding, factor Consolrtlated 20 Somerwrlle C The Eeguas provrded unlooltea for Corrpetxtron and plax eel the Irgers on even terms the frrst half llowev er Dovuell Iegghton and ones scored for the Tlgers runnrng up a 20 O margxn Son-ervrlle arldel rt s lone rxlly lgamst the Trger reserves fOI'1SOl1d8f6Cl2 R1esel0 Xlagee completed of IO passes for llf yartls and three scores m the l1g,er s clrszrxct opener Dowell, Rrchlrds and lxllrarns racked up one T D aprece wlth Dullex mal-trnt the other on ntercepted pass Trtst Uowns Eards Rushlng EardsPass1ng Earls 0 Ner Earls Passes Completed Passes lntercepted Punts Earls Punting Puntmg Average Penaltres Eards Penaltres Fumbles Total Pornts Average Polnts Txrerc 1481 S K W 55 I '7 25 Opp 47 1441 o I Y, I, 4,y Y J K . V . w ..................................... 'sv ws " .A ............. . ..................... ,' 1,2'f ", ................................... tail 531 'u,l.st ..................................... 131 156 . t, ..................................... 115' l,'-1 Passesktempted .... ............................. 9 5 91 L ' .................................. l,,l1 ,', A . .................................. 38 27.14 '. ....................................... -if 22 l 'A .. ........................ .. ..... 362 1'lO 'r ....................................... 24 21 ' .................... ................ 2 -5 56 '. ................................... 6 Consolidated 275 Chilton 6 The Pirates lived up to pre-game expectations, and the Tigers had a hard time of it. Wil- liams got off on the longest run of the year for the Tigers, 82 yards with an intercepted pass. Consolidated 41g Lott 0 The weak Lions provided easy victims for the Tigers, although their passing attack was dampened by a hard driving rain, the Tigers had little trouble, with Leighton and Dowell scoring twice, and Williams and Hildebrand one apiece. Consolidated 40 Bremond 6 Before a capacity homecoming crowd the Tigers rolled to their fourth straight district win Williams Dowell and Leighton paced the victory going over for two markers apiece Nlagee completed 9 of 12 passes for 231 yards and his best record of the season Consolidated Calvert 13 The Trojans smashed the Tiger S title hopes scoring twice in the first half Williams went over for the single Tiger score The Consolidated eleven was plagued by bad breaks driving in Scoring T U P -X 'I Dowell ll illian s l eighton ones Burchard Pxchards Dudley Hildebrand 1 side the Calvert 20 five times, and being halted four times. .' ' .. . .. . '. T.P. 1 , 10 21 81 " ' .L 10 60 - - ' 6 36 ,l ' 2 12 ' 2 12 C S . 2 12 ' 1 6 ' 6 10p Row igr C11berr Iumann Lloxd on H1115 Pxchlrds Dxclue Dowell Co ich O X hum Bottom Rom Xigr I'loxdN1CDona1i Iiobbx Wxllnrvs jake Magee Ihllx Cooner hxron in iron oe 'mhcrl Rucc Ro Lars cx L L11 Burke After droppmg four of then flrst flve tllts the Trgers bounced back to cop consolatxon honors m the 'Nlavasota lnvltauonal tour nament, second place m the lxlwanns Invrtatnonal tourney and go through dxstrlct play undefeated They rolled up twelve vxctorles as agamst mne defeats, and outscored then opponents 129 595 BOBBY WILLIAMS Forward Played 2 years JUNE M0171 Lettered 1 year Co Capt am Forward Played 4 Hears Lettered 2 leafs Nlost Valuable Player C QACH UTlll L C rl'XFIX lhc Howell Ixgtcr center, xx IN the llg, run ll sc xson IQ he pushel ln oxer ont tlnrd of the llgcrs pomts ml v. IS chosen on t e 111 tournazmcnt teums it asotx ml thc hxxmnxs tourni n cnt like N1 you in w w alon x t Bow uf chosen all dxstrlct v . . . . . , . If , 51 .-Q l ' V Y ' -, . . . , - Q A914 fl ,r I , , .rf 1 QQ , 4 A " if A Q1 l A 27 ' 'fx ig , , , , ' 4 A L , ' - V 34 ' A , - ' - v 1, - ' 15: A A r, ,yy .13 1 ' ll ,L 'V lf, a : ,, . l , . . ,, , , ,' 1 . 'Q ll-Q' ' ,HV HV' il ,1. ' 4.1 . ' ,P K . ' ' D V ..l' ' .P I , 2 L '. ,N . 3" A h 4 - ':- . t Rav: . . t - " . 'i .- V 1' . v. ' , 4 H' . d licllwy Xlillinms, . g vi lu 1 'c-ll, '-re ' X. . Y' 1 f' BILLY COOINER Cuard Played 2 Xears lettered 1 Year BH LX RICHARDS f CHICK' Played 1 Year Y ' . X Navasota . . . . . Hea.me........ Madisonville . . . New Braunfels ................... Tigers -32 . 26 29 .34 Opp. 27 26 44 34 41 res 1 'xn VL l -XX. .Kel IIQCYQ fP WL T' - 'P Vyp 'Q-lf. im. ks ................. IW 36 io .3 'rviu ' ...................... QC -7 Snook .......................,.4 39 ll 1 'm ......................... If 13 ' - ls ..... .....................' 4 6 15 lin an li Waller 'Navasota Somervllle Snoolc Tlgers Opp Pearl and Snook Somerville ..... Milano ........ Milano ........ An ahuac Cregionalj Txgers . 23 60 . 48 .. ......... ..... 2 8 OPP 3C 1C 25 23 21 29 JAIXE MAGEE ROLAND JONES Shortstop Pltcher Played 4 Years Played 3 Years W ff-'KAN A W4 lst Row Bobby Xhllxams George Johnston jake Nlagee jerry Lelghton joe Nlotheml Cecxl Burke Byron Andrews 2nd Rom john rhldebrand Roland jones B1lly Cooner Tommy NlcDermorr james Dudley D1Ckl6 Dowell Emmltt Ross 1 BILLY COOINER CECIL BURKE Outf1el'l Frrst Base Played 2 Years Played 1 Year Playmg rn a Clas9A drstrrct for the flrst trme rn therr hrstory the Trgers went undefeated for nme strarght games before losmg out rn the drstrrct champronshrp play offs After wmnmg the south zone of 20 A mth lopsrded vxctorres over Heame Franklln Groesbeclt and Marlrn they then dropped two strarght to Crockett O 1 and 1 2 DICIXIE DOWELI. BOBBY WILLIAMS Outfneld Catcher Played 4 Years Played 2 Years ,al ...lln jAX1FS DUDLPY GFORCJE JOHNSTON Thlrd base C2CCh6'1' Played 2 Years Played 2 Years Rxght handed hurler Roland jones was the rram factor ln the Txgers successful season Ile averaged 14 stnkeouts a game m accounrmg for all mne Txger wms Also outstandmg for r e Txgers were Bobby Wlllxams jake Magee and Bxlly Cooner the top lntters BX RON ANDRl:WS Second Base Played 1 Year l'K1MlTI' ROSS Outfxeld Played 2 Xears X DX NUI! Pnrchcr CL 1 Xa Qs 60Ll0 JOHN HILDEBRAND Outfxeld Played 5 Xe-ars 'X JFRRX IIIC HTON -4131 fjllffltld 9 uc X c ,AS- 95,5-S OH D UCDON ALD Nigr dr AJ, - V .1 , 1. 'W .f Q 1 X lx, , V Ya., jOIfC3RfI ' "' IIAQR, I- 3 ' A-j 3 L' V1-lvf "df rl,-21,1 '-nf A is 'W 1 - W A, R.. , ' A 4 3 Q Q J f 1 A , w' f' ' if if ' V X , QQ' 'r I X , W 7' -' J . ' FL' ' A Q BASEBALL SCORES OPP, Tigers Opp. Huntsville . . . - - 19 1 Groesbeck' - - - 10 1 Huntsville . . - - -9 7 Marlin' . . - - - 5 1 Franklin' , .... 14 3 Hearne'. . . . . 14 5 Groesbeck' , . . . 13 3 Crockett' .... . . O 1 Hearne' . . . .... 23 2 Crockett' ..... . . 1 2 Franklin' . . 3 0 ' District Games TRACK In the district track meet at Kyle Field the Tigers finished second, a very small one half point behind Bastrop. Bastrop ended up with 51 points, the Tigers with SOM. The Tigers won firsts in the 100 yard dash, 220 yard dash, 880 yard run, 120 high hurdles, 440 yard relay and the broad jump. jerry Leighton won high point honors with IGZ. Dickie Dowell was next with 13 points. bWIN1N1IlNG TF AX1 Dick Weick Bob Barlow Gayle hlipple Tom Barlow The Tigers placed third in the state swimming meet with a first a second two thirds and a fifth place bayle lxlipple set a new record for the individual medley 7 9 V 3 1' 1 l 1 ' ' '- Or eI...v.. 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