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

 - Class of 1951

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D , si g' A I C " 5:2 To one man goes credlt for all accomphshments 1n the fxeld of mus1c band orchestra and apprecxatxon Through h1S unt1r1ng efforts young people at CHS are gxven a chance to learn to play and to apprec1ate good musxc As you have already surm1sed th1s man IS none other than COLONEL R I DUNN And for hxs long years of work 1n mus1c here at CHS we of the student body ded1cate thls annual to a truly wonderful person Colonel Dunn vffffm Qfwfffff Long hours 1D work for Consohdated makes the School Board Members real fr1ends of all the students Left to r1ght, they are Raymond Nolan Les Richardson C A Bonnen Paul S11 ber Sr arch1tect, C A LaMotte, Ernest Redman, Jr C B Godbey E E Brown and Paul S11ber, .Tr arch1tect for the new school buxldmgs L E BOZE L S RICHARDSON Pr1nc1pa1 Supermtendent 0 I 3 .Z Need a dlrector for a Semor Play'7 Or perhaps you need a late sl1p7 It all leads you to one man Mr. I... E. Boze principal of C.H.S. A real good sport and a friend in need Mr. Boze rates A-l. Mr L S Rxchardson has been at Consolxdated I-hgh as Super1ntendent two years and ln those two years he has been teacher, sponsor executwe and fr1end to all school students Never IS he too busy to talk to a boy or g1r1 If he has no txme he takes lt anyway As each class graduates the students take wlth them a warm memory of C H S and Les Rlchardson b".?v va Qi fag' sv, 5 ii- Bvym MISS HENDERSON Art MR. CHA Y Industr'a ucati n '74w4fe MRS. SORENSON History and Language f if fv' MRS ORR Mathematmcs MRS WINDER Secretary MR CHAFIN Sc1ence - , , 1 Q ,V MRS GLENN Bus me s s 7 COL DUNN Mus1c MRS. DAWSON Choral Club MRS LEE R DUN N ghs .r ' MRS FREY Home Ec Llbrarxan Nl QzJlfLm5fMD50'A'6' all 4 'bl X ' :Sex ff 777 Nl- ,6 xl. IH ' 2, fl 1 4 X 25 is V- f what I P ,1 TEXAS AGGIES ROYCE RODGERS 1 Student Body Representatlve Football Sports Duke, Basketball 2 Class Sec Football, Basketball Class Favor1te 3 Class Reporter, Football Round Up, Basketball Athlet1c Club 4 Sports Duke, Pres of Class, Play Cast, All School Boy Football Basketball Team Faculty Selects fMost Representatlve 2 ,dfnf ,4fJ',url!.44JlJ DICK FRENCH Came from Virginia 4 4. V-pres. Class, Round-up, Football, Track, Athletic Club. HELENE BOATNER Came from San Anton1o Z Colson Award Round Up, Llbrary Club 3 Round Up .Tr Bus Mgr Annual Swxrnmlng Team, Sec NHS 4 News Ed Round Up Assoczate Ed Annual FHA Cotton Pageant Duchess, Class Treas Sw1mm1ng Team Play Cast NHS Faculty Selects QMost L1kely to Succeed, 1' Qi ' K DOROTHY BATES 1 Choral FHA Round Up 1, 2 Choral Round Up 'ZF '40-'V 3 Songleader FHA Choral NHS News Ed Round Up 4 Class Sec Cor Sec FHA NHS Glrls State DAR C1t1Z8hShlP Award Ed of Round Up D 4 . af 1 U D g Q L J U E lil!! i F I , x TY N Y G ir Q ., ,V pp, V I W GL, JACK BURCHARD Came from Brook1ngs S D Z Annual Round Up, Track 3 Sports Ed Annual Sports Ed Round Up Football Track Athletlc Club 4 Presldent Student Body Foot ball, Most Valuable Player Foot ball Track, All D1str1ct Football Sports Ed Annual Play Cast Ath1et1c Club Because wi xi BOBBY WILLIAMS l Class Favor1te Football Sports Duke Z Football V pres Class Baseball, Basketball Track 3 Football Basketball Baseball Track Co Captam of Basketball Team Student Body Representat1ve 4 Football Basketball Track Baseball Most Valuable Player Basketball Co Captam Football Team Student Body Representatwe "1-19' DOROTHY SPRIGGS l Class Sec , Sports Duchess Round Up Choral Z Choral, Round Up, Sw1mm1ng Team 3 Jr Yell Leader Class Favor1te FHA Round Up Student Body Duchess 4 Class Reporter Sec FHA Annual, Head Yell Leader Round Up Play Cast Faculty Selects Most Versat1le Sports Duchess ANN SOUTHERN 1 Round Up Hobby Club Z Class Sec Round Up FHA 3 Round Up G1rl s State FHA Choral Club 4 Sports Duchess Cotton Pag ent Duchess Round Up FHA, Choral Club. X ' - . . Representative, Cotton Pageant , - I , I K ' l - CODIE WELLS Came from Houston 4 Round Up Faculty Selects fMost L1kely to Succeed, ROLAND JONES l Football Baseball Am Leg Ball, Sports Duke 2 Student Body Rep Am Leg Ball Football Basketball Baseball 3 Class Fav , Boys State, Am Leg Ball Football, Baseball, Track 4 V pres Class, Co Captaln Foot ball team, Baseball Boys State Jw fr .i MARY FRANCES BOND "Bebe" 1. Student Body Representative, FHA, Choral, Sec. Hobby Club. Z. Favorite of Class, V-pres. FHA, Choral, Round-Up, Sports Duchess. 3. V-pres. FHA, Choral, Round-Up, Annual, Sports Duchess, Class Sec. 4. Sen. Yell Leader, V-pres. FHA, Choral, Annual, Round-Up, All- School Girl, Cotton Pageant Duchess Play Cast LIZ MILLER 1 Class Pres1dent, Songleader FHA Hobby Club Choral, Round Up 2 Choral Soc1ety Ed Round Up H1stor1an FHA 3 Ir Yell Leader, Pres1dent FHA Pres1dent D1st III FHA Treas NHS Pres L1b Club, Cotton Pageant Duchess, Jr L1t Ed Annual Round 4 Sr Yell Leader, Round Up Sr L1t Ed Annual, V pres Area VIII FHA Duchess, Play Cast, NHS Faculty Selects QMost Representatxve 'f Q9 ' . ' . M 'x I A I , .,.,., . 1 ,.f. If ' fy WPI u ' I Up. 11 Parliamentarian FHA, Cotton Pageant 9' F . ., . . , 5 s t ' . W! 2 1 I . - . - ' - ,-P X n - p - DON STANLEY Cam from Bryan 3 Football Manager 1"'5'-'J' .-of",:,.""-I 4 Jo1ned the Mar1nes ' A QQ -Jf'5-"r- ' if if -L". -,r..'--"-',5-' ,..-49 ,,,4-- .,"'5"-':-"1 -..1"'--"""" MARIE COBB l 4 H FHA Z FHA 3 Babe Ruth Sportsmansh1p Award Round Up 4 Round Up Play Cast Cotton Pageant Duchess Faculty Selects Most Co operatxve cn n- I " u. ' h x C W R3 'E as id in ELROSE STAHL 5 Came from San Anton1o ' Y-X 5 4 FHA Usher Semor Play RICHARD WEICK Came from Maryland 2 T Sw1mmmg Team reas of Class Basketball 3 Pres1dent of Class Basketbal Sw1mm1ng Team Boys State 4 Ed1tor of Tlgerland 51, Track Swzmmmg Team ARLENE KEITZMAN Came from Bellgardens Cal 4 FHA, Usher Sr Play 49 Z JAMES DUDLEY Came from Louxsxana 3 Football 4 Football Basketball Baseball 5 W1thdrew BARBARA BELCHER Came from Galluclet School St Lou1s 1 FHA Z Went to St Mary s 1n Austln GERALD FRENZEL Came from Bryan 4 Round Up L1brary Club Luv! L 3 4 H Club FHA Brown1e Scout Leader 4 4 H Club, Cotton Ball Duchess FHA Brown1e Scout Leader . .. :i j mil", , 53f ' - A A I REBA MCDERMOTT Came from Odessa 3 V pres of Class Cotton Pageant Duchess Cor Sec FHA Sports Duchess 4 Treas FHA Class Favor1te Play Cast W? X, 'x xi' AVERAGE SCWO L Monlll ag lll lm 533568995 3 WHWWHW WESHMHWE LUZON BEAUCHAMP Came from Pasadena 3 Round Up 4 Football Basketball Track Baseball :B kg vflxvrw QQ EDDIE GUTHRIE l V pres of Class Round Up Reporter Choral Club 2 Pres1dent of Class 3 Football Ath1et1c Club 4 Football Athlet1c Club Play Cast Faculty Selects M0st Versatlle Q LOU ANN NYATT Came from Oklahoma 4. FHA, Cotton Pageant Duchess Round Up. ,559 . . ' . , y , . - , . I I q , . , A C 3 W 1:55213 .-.. ,, b V I 21, . 1 X X- . 890' A . F say 3 1 v . g I I. l . . ., , my , I . , . , - , ,, p L ' . ' ,t , Ng ' mvtagapwargm. - , - P 4.,,,,E ' ' ' . ' ' ' 1 1 , C . L ' I P l ' I ,- e 1 .XT-Q?T,3'jlg ' e ' f , 3 X ' 5 be t . f ft x 4 1 ' i I X F' cs 4 2 F ' I I SENIOR WILL We the Semor Class of 1951 berng Of sound mmd and body Junror Class BOBBY WILLIAMS leaves hrs towertng hetght To JOHNNY BOMNSKIE, who accepts mth delrght EDDIE RAY leaves to JERRY hrs love for Texas Hrstory Though why he ever lrked tt IS sttll qurte a mystery To MAXIE WILSON LIZ MILLER vyllls sweetly Her abrlrty to get out of trouble neatly To LOUISE from ELROSE rhls sentrment goes You may get a man nobody knows JANICE tnherrts from IILLENE Her grft of gab not her brarn ROLAND glves to BOBBY SMITH wrth a stgh That devrlrsh laugh to remember hun by TO BILLY BLAKLLI Y goes CODIE Wlzl LS car In case L11 Abner has a Flat tar bequeath the followrng to unsuspecung members of the ROYCE RODGERS leaves lus abrlrry to charm gals To CEORCI JOHNSTON one of hrs best pals DOROTHY BATES leaves her frownq And newspaper troubles to GLENDA BROWN DICK WEICK leaves hrs muscles btceps and all For GAYLE to use when swxmmtng the crawl BARBARA BELCHER leaves her dressmakmg wlums Ann all of her skrlls to BARBARA SIMS MARY FRANCES BOND leaves suttors galore To SARA PUDDY who values them more MARIE COBB bequeaths her typrng and shorthand speed To AUDREY IxOLAN who shows ltttle need DICK FRENCH to THOMAS WADE leaves Hrs escapades and many reprleves To FRANK VADEN from JACK BURCHARD the bratn Goes JACK S abtlrty to get along wrth the teachers though tt s a stra1n DOROTHY SPRIGGS glves wxth great glee To CELESTE a cheerleader her mek knee To WANDA Irom ANN goes thrs little rhyme, Just keep the boys guessrng and get 1n on t1me REBA to JUDY leaves wrth great Joy All her conquests rncludlng one boy To MARY LOUISE from ARLENE who drtves rn a hurry Goes her abrllty to make people scurry From GERALD FREINZEL to BOB BARLOW Goes the abrlrty to drrve slow JIMMY TEMPLIN wrthout a chorce Gets ROLAND JONES bar1tone yorce JACK BURCHARD gnes SERGIO hu Cu tc: book And leaves wrthout a backward look DICK VILICK wrlls hrs wrtty way And corny cracks to DONALD RAY Io DOROTHY HOLICK mth best wrshes Goes LOL Ab N WYAIT S srnk full of drshes 'I he candy selllnt chores done by llLll NL Are lr Ipplly utlled to MARTHA JAM WI. close thts wrll mth a word of advrce You ncedn t be good but always be mee I I 1 ' YV 7 I 1 -' ' I I , . .. . . 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SENIOR PROPHECY Thts article appeared rn the January a 2028 Issue of the ROUND UP ROLAND JONES, multrmtllronaxre fertrlrzer magnet announced today that he had secured the servrces of JACK BURCHARD as garbage collector for hrs Long Island estatc ARLENE KEITZMAN and ELROSE STAHL announced that they have opened the Happy Home for Chtldren Thts as to be a krndergarden and we are sure that II wtll be a howllng success DOROTHY SPRIGGS today entered a convent Srster Sprrggs gave as her reason her dlsgust wrth nature espectally the Byrds and the Moon BEBE BOND COONER has announced that she wrll open a new house of cosmettcs Her lrpstrcks are some of the best Bebe says that she got all her experxence rn blendtng from putttng on more lrpstrck between classes especrally before Texas Hrstory Mr Bosr Maturbr w1ll play a concert tn Guron Hall on june 12 Mr Maturbr w1lI be remem bered as EDDIE GUTHRIE He wrll play three selectrons Amarylrss on Toast Opus No 111122 wrth rnverted sub domrnants Clarre ue Lune and hrs own orrgrnal composltron approprrately named MARIE COBB has just opened her home for mentally deranged ex shorthand students The name IS Glenn Drve Asked about the name Marte sald Oh 1 once knew a teacher One of the frrst pauents w1ll be DOROTHY BATES who lost all her marbles after competrng rn a Drstnct UIL Shorthand contest BARBARA BELCHER famed nurse electrtfted the world today by announcrng that she had found the cure for that temble krller and horrrble marmer Prnk Eye All humamty w1l1 be glad to hear of thrs HELENE BOATNER has been appomted the ftrst woman to be Thtrd Vrce Presrdent of the Snook Frfteenth Nattonal Bank When asked about her phenommal success Helene replred that she owed ll all to her educatton at Down Potnt on the Iwavasot DICK FRENCH was decorated today by the Prestdent for the dtstrnctron of holdrng the rank of buck prrvate longer than any other sold1er He has held thts rank for over '77 years GERALD FRENZEL recerved the dxstrnctron of berng named the ftrst s1x star general tn the htstory of the U S He recelved thrs dtsttnctron after rnventmg the great secret weapon the plutomc squtrt gun Mtss Glamour LaTour wtll make a personal appearance at Mrs Tulman s theater tn Bryan The Rattrap Mrss LaTou.r rs now starrng rn Sarong Gal She wrll be remembered by her classmates as REBA MCDERMOTT LIZ MILLER was elected presrdent of the scrub women s local today When asked to what factor she owed her success Mrss Miller satd I got so much good practrce moppmg up football srgns off the Consolrdated sldewalk ROYCE RODGERS was appomted Btshop recently by the Southern Bapttst Conventton Brshop Rodgers sard that the secret of success was to stay away from the three great evtls whrskey women and tobacco He emphasrzed the evrl of tobacco ANN SOUTHERN was appomted Matron for the Screammg Children s Orphar' Home rn Laughrng Nebraska Mlss Southern ctted her pornts of success as early tratnmg tn Mrs Frey s rnterestrng Homemakmg classes RICHARD WEICK has been sentenced to Alcatraz for lrfe because of hrs lack of class spurt However we grve Mr Werck a good chance for escape because he rs an excellent swimmer CODIE WELLS has announced the purchase of Bmglmg Brothers Carnum and Rarley crrcus The marn attractron accordrng to Codle w1l1 be LUZON BEAUCHAMP expert lady charmer . . . , , H l , . . . . . . . Duh, . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . - . . . . , . - . . . . . , . SARA PUDDY FRANK VADEN CELESTE CURRAN Pres1dem Vrce Presrdent Secretary IERRY LEIGHTOIN JUDY ODEIN Student Councrl Studert Councll I n DOROTHY HOLICIR JIMMY TEMPLIN MAXINE KN ILSON Treasurer Concessronarre Reporter fe V . 16 ,1 f ' A 15. JOHNNY BOMNSKLE MARTHA JANE ARNOLD BOB BARLOW BILLY BLAKELY IANICE HILDEBRAND I WANDA GOODWIN GEORGE IOHNSTON GLENDA BROWN L ,fy SUSIE MARTINEZ GAYLE KLIPPLE FELECIA MALLORY BILLY RIC HARDS BARBARA SIMS BOBBY SMITH LOUISE STREET 640602 DONALD ROYDER LOU VAN STEEN KENNETH WORSHAM PHOTOGRAPH Nor AVRIL 151-F 5 iw 2 f THOMAS WADE SERGIO TREVINO M RS GLENN MR, RICHARDSON Sponsor Sponsor I -X '21, L f gy E J D, D P S2 ll L JCFTY Reeves Don Burchard Roger Donahue Presldent Vlce Presldent Secretary John Manther Margaret Arnold Martha Ergle Charles Heaton Palsy Ross Sargeant at Arms Reporter Treasurer 4 Sa A IA J James Johnson Shxrley Moffett Paul 1-larrls Barbara Allen Wlllle Benavldes Barbara Greer TOTU BBIIOW David Carroll Sa Mary Margaret Keown Byron Andrews Betty Jean Bomnslue Marlloulse Exley Don Wxlson Barbara Van Tassel Horner Franks Barbara Robertson .. V' I if B ,B QHOWN Us 65, Ai, Amonc Nemcc Sa 1- fi 'Ulf' if ,, Mary Lourse Lxguez Joe Motheral as i Mrs Lee Mrs Duncan Sponsor Sponsor ,pri Draw.-.Ava Y . 1 A wwe vo J W . S ,fl 'I 'JY 'TL .11 I K5 - + rn -, 1' Y-,Av-3.1 4 1 I' 741413. I .. lf'-":,, 'Q 'X , X. . Q., .,. A--. ' A, 1f X ' , .V by 7' My ., 1 ' I I V r 3 :ti at Davld Bonnen Carolyn Landlss Fred Anderson Pres1dent Student Councll Vlce Presldent Student Councll Eleanor Pnce Robert Cleland X f Qc, I Penny Laverty Robert Jackson Sandra Couch Secretary Treasurer Concesdonaire Frank Barnes Marilyn Floeck Melvin Free l Pete Hnckman Polly Carney Freddie Lenz Iudxe Warren Wllham Arnold John Robert Snmh Martha W1ll1ams Edward Sxmel o I A I s Dan Wllhams Elsme Mae Marquart J1mmy Rxchards Mary Lols German George Sousares 7 ez ' e Q ,Q , - A A., N - xv Xu Q e I Tommy Terrell Jovelrne Elbrrch 7 Lours Kapchrnskr Maman Gadd1s Charles Johnson yan mi: W- Sylvxa Have! 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Hambur ge r Hangout Glamorous Glenda '7 Camera consc1ous Wm Wh1pp1ng up the T1ger sp1r1t 'Sf "UK WGN Q4 Rogues Gallery gs 95- MOST CO OPERATIVE Marie Cobb and Roland Jones Co operation 1S based on fair play and honesty Marie and Roland certa1n1y have demons trated these two traits many times times When a hard Job comes up these two won t leave it in complete Before they qu1t, the Job 1S finished and well done Marie Cobb and Roland Jones were the logical choices for most co operative Seniors I .44 FACULTY MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED... Helene Boatner and Codie Wells Scholarship, honesty, integrity, determination are the qualities that make up the most likely to succeed. Helene and Codie are, of course, ideal. Both of them exemplify the qualities named above. It was no trouble for the Faculty to think of Helene Boatner and Codie Wells as the most like- ly to succeed. MOST VERSATILE Dorothy Spriggs and Eddie Guthrie Varied interests school sp1r1t love of fun some seriousness are the ingredients of the most versatile Seniors Dorothy IS interested in sports music art and school Ed d1e too finds many things to hold his interest The Faculty made a wise selection when they chose Dorothy Sprxggs and Eddie Guthrie as the most versatile boy and girl 3,7 . ' -.. 'fs 1 . , . . , - . . D I D . A . , , . ' D I Kg' f . . f-5,3 SELECTS ' MOST REPRESENTATIVE LIZ Mlller and Royce Rodgers EhthUS13St1C frlendly and cour teous typ1cal CHS students These are the quahtxes that make up the most representatlve Royce 1S mterested m sports class busmess and CHS xtself Schoolwork fun and CHS come fxrst w1th Lxz Just typ1cal descr1bes the most represen tat1ve L1z M1ller and Royce Rodgers therefore were selected BABE RUTH SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Audrey Nolan and Frank Vaden Audrey Nolan always sm1l1ng and w1ll1ng to help has been a frxend to everyone 1n C H S and has partlclpated fully 1n all school act1v1t1es Frank Vaden, always the example of a good c1t1zen has shown h1s good sportsmansh1p by fa1thfu1 keep 1ng the St3.t1St1CS of all athlet1cs, contr1 butmg regularly to the publ1cat1ons and respondmg cheerfully when ever called upon D A R CITIZENSHIP AWARD Dorothy Bates When one thlnks of a good c1t1zen here at CHS one 1mmed1ately thlnks of Dorothy Bates Her co operatlon SCTVICE loyalty and leadersh1p make her tops 1n good c1t1zensh1p D A R Award and Dorothy Bates just seem to f1t together 'Q 1 y. 35 .V Qi xl , Q V ' all -... 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I ' igtqn-' Qi ,lk 'Q v 'f -qw ACADEMY OF S LIBRARY 'CLUB L l IE NCE "' 'Q - MRS, DUNCAN, Sponsorg MARIE COBBg LIZ, MILLER: DOROTHY BATES, Secretaryg DOROTHY HOLICK, Vice Presidentg BOB BARLOW, JUDY ODEN, HELENE BOATNER Presidentg FRANK VADEN, CODIE WELLS, Treasurerg JERRY LEIGHTON. BAND Composed of forty members from the sxxth through the twelfth grades, the Con sohdated Band showed lmprovement throughout the year The new band unlforms whxch were furmshed through the co opreat1on of local resxdents and the Mus1c Sponsors Club was one of the zmprovements Several new lnstruments are to be purchased for the 1951 52 school term CHS Band for several years He IS exceptlonally well quahfzed for hxs posntxon and has done a commendable job Carolyn Landxss was the drum major and the offlcers were Jerry Reeves, Presldent Roger Donahue, V1ce Presxdent Anna Beaty, Secretary and Fred Anderson, Hxstorxan Colonel R. I. Dunn, the former Aggie Band director, has been in charge of the Would an apple help my grade, Ma am '7 on an-L. L Better than the or1g1na1 Z-1 Ing th e ba! lots Loot Baccalaureate practxce .sg 39 Bur Chat A hyd! 6, O Corn 'Dent SADIE HAWKINS DANCE '90 465 -.Z O V Q-. Quxte a celebrauon Sadle Hawkms means gals here zs yo chance around Consohdated Louxse Street M1ss Sadle Hawkms of 1950 Caught her a real dude Fred Anderson Look at those sm11es XJ Mrs Sorensen knows an ehglble bachelor when she sees one 7 6 J h A ' '- ' x 4- a "5 4 P Q, JUNIOR SENIOR BANQUET The dance wh1ch followed Reading the Senior Prophecy. AXX9 The annual JUHIOI' Sen1or Banquet was held Aprll 9 1n the assembly room of the M S C The theme of the banquet was Southern Hosp1tal ity I-hghhghts of the program were 1ssu1ng of Semor 1-rugs to the .TUHIOTS and the readmg of the Semor N111 and Prophecy The Banquet was followed by a dance on the terrace f Irina! '04 1 ATHLETIC BANQUET The annual ath1et1c banquet gxven by the College Stat1on K1wan1s Club was held ln the Assembly Room of the MSC ball basketball track tenn1s and sw1rnm1ng letterrnen Co captaxn and other spec1a1 awards for football and basket ball were presented by Bob Smlth and Jewell McDowell The pr1nc1pa1 speaker was John Floyd basketball coach at A 81 M College The evenmg was completed by a dance on the Starhght Terrace .1 ' , my A H on April 27, 1951. Coach O. V. Chafin announced the foot- ff , . 9 qinw' , . 1 , F f 1 C GHOST FARM Ozias Grubb- - - - Roland .Tones Ellie Grubb- - - ----- - - - Marie Cobb Belle Winthrop- Violet Ashe -------- - Bo Winthrop- - Les McAndrews Nance O'Ma11ey Lovetta Wattles NANCE, VI, LOVETTA, BO and LES discover BELLE has been murdered. - - - - - - - - Helene Boatner Reba McDermott - Royce Rodgers - - -Codie Wells - - Ann Southern - -Dorothy Bates fl 1 Rheumatism makes life hard for OZIAS. vi T? is s e o V 1 52 ,, 3 S 2 , si e KENNY, JOAN, FRED, HELEN, PEG and TED leave for the Prom. mica pfaqe Peg ------ PROM DATE ----------LizMi11er Joan ,,.. - - - - -Mary Frances Bond Helen.. ..-- ----- ---- D o rothy Spriggs Ted- - .. .... - ---- - - - Dick Weick Kenny ----- - - - ' ' Fred- - Jack Burchard ' 'Eddie Guthrie PEG and TED talk things over. Typ1ca1C Ii S Crowd E Hungry Sara? X Well Ole Army W X f ' Q a- if N 5 ' f Q . Q - ... -. I... 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A., V 17 1 rc Sf' COACH W In the school year of 1950 1951 Coach Othel Chafm s second at Consolrdated many frne athletes and teams were produced An example IS hxs 51 baseball team whrch turned rn a perfect record wmnlng the br dxstrxct cnampronshrp Wuh hrs teams consrstently top conten ders Coach Chafm sull has ume to do a good Job teachmg the scrences LD hrgh school FOOTBALL JOHN MANT1-EI WILLIE BENAVIDES HOMER FRANKS Played 1 year Managers Reserve letter FINAL FOOTBALL STATISTICS Total poxnts F15 rt downs Yards gamed rush1ng Yards gamed passxng Yards lost Total net yards Passes attempted Passes xntercepted Punts Yards punted Puntmg ave rage Pena1t1es Yards lost penaltles Fumbles Fumbles recovered T1ge rs Opponents 1049 1522 1648 275 16 1813 470 205 2078 1066 410 00 THOMAS WADE DAN WILLIAMS Played 3 years Played 1 year Lettered 1 year Letbered 1 year ' 101 140 ' 81 110 ' ' 662 189 115 74 Passes completed 46 28 ' 12 7 50 41 ' 32.96 26. . ' 33 43 15 22 21 3 rg-51, 3 fi? Sr. BOBBY WILLIAMS Back JACK BURCHARD Guard at ,af 45 .1 Played Z years Lettered Z years Co captaln Most valuable player Best blocker All dlstrxct Played 4 years Lettered 3 years Consolxdated 0 Madxsonvllle O In the1r season opener, the Tlgers battled the favored Mad1sonv1lle Mustangs to a 0 0 dead lock Nelther team threatened ser1ously w1th the Mustangs havlng an edge m stat1st1cs Nglhams kept the Txgers mn the game Wlth hxs brxlhant defenslve play and fxne runnmg Consohdated 0 Navasota 7 An early flrst per1od score proved the dec1d1ng factor, as both teams threw away scormg chances Schroeder talhed for the Rattlers on -P? a pass from Yarbrough, wxth Arnold bootmg the extra pomt The statlstxcs were even, al though the masslve Rattler forward wall stopped the Tigers most of the game ROLAND JONES, End JERRY LEIGHTON, Back Played 4 years Played Z years Lettered Z years Lettered Z years Co captam All dxstrlct ROYCE RODGERS Guard GAYLE KLIPPLE Back Played 4 years Played 3 years Lettered 3 years Lettered 3 years Consolidated Z5 Waller 6 Scoring once in each period, the Tigers rolled over Waller for their first win of the season Johnston was the big gun for the Tigers, as he passed for three touchdowns and scored anqther himself Richards was on the receiving end twice, both in the first half and Leighton once, in the fmal period Johnston crossed the double stripe from one yard out in the third quarter Consolidated 12 Cypress-Fairbanks 14 The Tigers battled on even terms with the power ful Cypress-Fairbanks Bobcats, with two extra points the winning margin. The Bobcats held a gig: .. 1 7-0 halftime laed, but early in the third period Richards took a pass from Johnston to narrow the margin. Trailing 14-6 with two minutes re maining, Leighton galloped 70 yards with a screen pass to give the Tigers their final total LUZON BEAUCHAMP, Back BOBBY SMITH, Center Played 1 year Played Z years Lettered 1 year Lettered 1 year BILLY RICHARDS, End DON BURCHARD, Guard Played 2 years Played l year Lettered 2 years Reserve letter Consohdated 12 Bastrop 27 After takmg a 12 O fxrst quarter lead the Tlgers fell apart droppmg thexr second dlstrlct contest Beauchamp and Lelghton scored for the Txgers w1th Burchard playlng an outstandmg defenslve game Consolldated 7 Granger 41 lng team m the state, for two quarters, but couldn t halt the powerful Llons ln the fxnal pemods The hal1t1me score was 13 7 A pass from Bonnen to Lexghton accounted for the lone T1ger score w1th Cooner k1ck1ng the extra pomt Rodgers was outstandxng on defense for the Tlgers MELVIN FREE Tackle JAMES JOHNSON, Tackle Played 1 year Played 1 year Lettered 1 year Reserve letter The Tigers outplayed Granger, the highest scor- , . . . PAUL HARRIS, Tackle DON ROYDER, Guard Played l year Played 3 years Lettered 1 year Lettered 1 year Consolidated 13 Somerville 6 A surprisingly tough Somerville team fought the Tigers on even terms for three quarters, but were overpowered in the final period. Burchard set up both Tiger touchdowns, blocking two Yegua punts deep in Somerville territory. Klipple went three yards for one marker and Leighton streaked Z0 yards down the sidelines for the other. Consolidated 14 Smithville 33 With four starters out with injuries, the Tigers had a hard time holding down the score in their first district tilt Leighton accounted for both Tiger touchdowns going 13 yards for one and 83 yards on a pass play for the other DAVID BONNEN BBCR GEORGE JOHNSTON Back Played 1 year Played 3 years Lettered 1 year Lettered Z years BOB BARLOJV Tackle DICK FRENCH End Y ff' I' Played 3 years Played 1 year W 4' 1' Lettered l year Reserve letter Consohdated 18 Lexmgton 6 The Tlgers had httle trouble wh1pp1ng Lexmgton to clxnch the th1rd place slot ln dlstrlct play Lelghton tallled twlce for the Tlgers, gomg f1ve yards for one score and takmg a pass from Bonnen for the other Khpple powered seven yards for the thxrd touchdown DAVID CARROLL, Tackle JIMMY RICHARDS, End Played 1 year Played 1 year Reserve letter Lettered 1 year . ' 5, - cg- i, .f. ' iii- ' '- rn, I ,-,. e 1 xy: ,E , +1 , 51 ng, 1 "4 1 2 - ' 1"iv 2 J' ,, ' 3 r ' 1 s ,. , , . '-,Q ' ' ' ' . , S- , , , I . . te 19 9 A SQUAD FINAL STATISTICS Name Games B111y Blakeley Bobby W11l1ams Bobby Jackson .Toe Motheral Dav1d Bonnen Royce Rodgers Roland Jones Luzon Beauchamp Byron Andrews 245 4 0 355 169 22 87 Aver I per game 4 W1th only one returnmg letterman, the Tlgers showed then' early season 1n exper1ence 1n dropp1ng the1r f1rst f1ve t11ts However w1th the start of d1s tr1ct play the Txgers d1splayed a greatly 1mproved offense f1n1sh1ng a strong second at the end of conference compet1t1on Only an upset loss to Somer v11le kept the Conso11dated cagers from tymng Mllano for the champ1onsh1p The T1gers weren t so fortunate 1n non d1str1ct games wxth tournament play 3CCOllht1l'1g for most of thelr losses After fa1l1ng to place 1n the Rock dale tourney they bounced back to take conso1at1on honors at Navasota They also made the consolatlon fmals mn the College Statxon K1wan1s Inv1tat1onal Tournament on then- home court but lost to Hempstead Fg Ft Pf Tp . ' 26 111 23 34 9. 2 ' ' 24 77 44 41 198 8.25 25 60 27 44 1 7 5.88 26 39 28 40 1 6 4.08 ' 26 26 18 17 70 2.69 23 22 16 55 60 2.61 Fred Anderson 17 19 11 12 49 2.88 2 1 0 1 2 1.00 3 0 1 2 1 0.33 3 0 1 6 1 0.33 -- 6 9 if 'C' 99 67 llnf A SQUAD GAME SCORES M Consohdated Cons ohdated Cons ohdated Consohdated Consohdated Conso11dated Consohdated M Consohdate d M Cons olldated Consohdated Cons ohdated Consohdated Consohdated Consohdated Consohdated Consohdated Cons ohdated Consohdated Consohdated Consohdate d Consohdated Consohdated Cons ohdated Consohdate d Consohdate d Total 879 Navasota North Zulch North Zulch Pf1ugerv111e Le1ander Snook Somervxlle M11ano La Marque Thorndale Rockdale Cypress Famrbanks Hempstead Sharp Rockdale Bryan B Woodv111e Magnoha Be 11v111e S ome rvxlle M11ano Sharp Rockdale Snook Thorndale Total 0 ' ---17 -- M ' ---za M ' ---30 M ' ---19 ' M ' ---21 ' -- M ' ---37 ---- M ' ---34 ' - ' ---zz ' --- ' ---19 - M ' ---35 - M ' ---36 -- M ' ---37 -' M ' ---19 - MConso1idated---63 Buckho1tz-- M ' ---57 ---- M ' ---43 -- M ' ---23 ""- M ' ---36 ' -- M ' ---so '-- M ' ---34 ' -- M ' ---19 ' - M ' ---39 ' --- M ' ---55 ---- M ' ---25 -- M ' ---46 ---- M ' ---35 - I "A" SQUAD Season Record: 14 won, 12 lost D1str1ct Record 10 won, 3 lost BILLY BLAKE LE Y BOBBY WILLIAMS FRED ANDERSON B111 Blakeley and Bobby W1111ams paced the T1gers durlng the season w1th Blakeley dumpmg 1n 245 po1nts to lead the scorxng W1111ams 1n add1t1on to rackmg up 198 po1nts made the A11 Tournament B SQUAD Season Record 9 won 8 lost teams at Navasota and the K1wan1s Inv1tat1ona1 .TOE MOTHERAL . 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I .1 ' ' 'nxt-V r . 4-3 DAVID BONNEN 1 BOBBY JACKSON ROYCE RODGERS X X BASEBALL DISTRICT CHAMPS FOUR OF THE LAST FIVE YEARS Top row Coach Othel Chafm, Dan W11l1ams, Melv1n Free, Byron Andrews, Bobby Carter Jerry Lelghton and Bobby W1l11ams Bottom row Pmkey Cooner, Fred Anderson, Pete Hxckman, Roland Jones, .Toe Motheral, George Johnston and Dav1d Bonnen In thelr rnost successful season ln years, the T1gers rolled un defeated through fourteen d1str1ct contests and then slaughtered ton W1l11ams, Cooner and H1ckman, the powerful Tlger n1ne was never pushed The b1 d1str1ct txlt wxth Kosse proved to be thelr best game of the season as they plled up a 17 Z score m only f1ve mmngs Kosse then stopped the rout by concedmg the game Roland Jones, ace Txger moundsman, had a brllhnat flfteen strlke out per game average wh1le rack1ng up twelve wms Jones also had an lmpresslve 866 earned run average and was one of the top hltters on the squad wlth 286 Joe Motheral was the wm n1ng hurler ln the other three contests, wlth a strlkeout average of seven and an earned run average of Z 5 J .- Kosse to take the bi-district crown. Paced by .300 hitters Leigh- f yas, Jones Coach Chafm and Johnston Jones and Johnston made the All Dxstrlct team A 84 M Consohdated A 84 M Consolxdated A 84 M Consohdated A 84 M Consohdated A 84 M Consohdated A 84 M Consohdated A 84 M Consohdated A 84 M Consohdated A 84 M COI1S011daISd A 84 M Consohdated A 84 M Consolldated A 84 M Consohdated A 84 M Consohdated A 84 M Consohdated A 84 M Consohdated Total G AME SCORES Bastrop Fayettevxlle Sm1thv111e Somervllle Dune Box Burton Bastrop Round Top Carmme Fayettev111e Sm1thv111e Somervllle Dlme Box Burton Round Top Carmme Kosse Total TEAM RECORD 15 0 0 Top row Benav1des Lenz, Khpple and Royder Bottom row Burchard, Barnes Johnston and Lelghton Not p1ctured Jones, Wxlhams and Welck. TRACK .Turuor D1V1S1OD Carter, Anderson, Slmek, Motheral and Bonnen For the second straight year Bastrop edged the Tigers in the d1str1ct meet at Kyle Field, this t1me by a 48 to 46g margin Although the Tigers won six events they couldn't match the depth of the Bastrop squad which pulled 1n most of the second third and fourth place points Consolidated sprlnt star .Terry Leighton paced the Tigers with firsts in the 100, 220 and broad Jump Leighton also ran anchor on the winning sprint relay team Jack Burchard was second high scorer, nailing down a first 1n the 440 and also running on the sprint relay team. Don Royder won the mile to rack up the sixth first for the Tigers. Track lettermen were Leighton, Burchard, Royder, Williams, Jones, Barnes, Weick Klipple, Lenz and Johnston. 53 TENNIS After wxnmng f1ve of seven dual meets the Tiger tennls team took thud place honors m dxstnct compe txtxon, Dual meet vxctones were pulled m over Rosenburg Odessa Conroe Austm and Bryan whlle the only setbacks were both at the hands of Franklln The Tlgers fmlshed behtnd Sm1thv1lle and Bastrop 1n the dlstnct meet Anderson Terrell Blakeley and Jackson Not plctured Laverty Prxce and Landlss B111 Blakeley paced the Tlgers rackmg up vxctoues m every meet He eas1ly won smgles ln dlstnct and went on to take the regxonal utle He fmally lost out tn the semlfmals of the state champtonshxp playoffs to John Zxmmerman the subsequent champton SWIMMING The Tlgers d1splayed one of the state s top sw1mm1ng teams this year, f1n1sh1ng th1rd ln the state meet behlnd Lamar Houston and I-hghland Park of Dallas Gayle K11pple and D1ck Wexck led the T1gers, w1nn1ng two events each Kllpple had l1ttle trouble bestmg the f1eld 1n the 120 yard 1nd1v1dua1 med ley and also swam a leg on the v1ctor1ous medley relay team We1ck made the 100 yard breaststroke look easy as he fmmshed half the length of the pool ahead of h1s nearest opponent 1h near ley relay team Other po1nt w1nners were Tom Barlow, who f1n1shed f1fth 1n the 100 yard backstroke and swam on the med ley relay team and Bob Barlow John Robert Smlth, Robert Cleland and Tommy Terrell who made up the fourth place free style relay ream Gayle Khpple State Ind1 1 ual Medley Champ1on and Record Holder 'Misa'-Q' ti . . , . . . . . . . . . of record-breaking time. Weick also swam on the winning med- , . I ! C IE nsuru wwf T'1l5GHf'If' 3- s-.f Ross, Wanda Glenda and the w1nn1ng s1gns Loaflng as usual 'Evgen 3 I..e1ghton sounds off Barbara Van and Jane Concentrate lf' Vs.-I CHS and Txger flght author Barefoot Budd1es SC1'V1C8 w1th a smlle from Wanda Sara 1S the meat that tough? T '1 E B -, X e W A-- T F I F li Q 'Ami if ' . N efhr I. 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