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120 f Almost Anything Goes
Remember the Alamo? That battle was nothing com-
pared to the April 9, skirmishes that filled the mall area be-
tween the GATA Fountain and McKinzie dorm.
In the second annual Almost Anything Goes contest,
Texans from ACU, McMurry College and Hardin-Simmons
University teamed up against the Non-Texans from the three
The Non-Texans, defending their title from last year,
jumped out to a 2-0 lead. The Texans stole the lead, though,
by coming from behind in the last leg of the chariot race and
winning the obstacle course, making the final score 4-3.
Non-Texans coach jay Friddell, junior from Hermitage,
Tenn., said, "We beat them by about 100 points last year,
They'll have to win for the next 10 years to catch up.
Besides, we didn't want to embarrass them two years straight
on their home court."
The pride of Texans, a people known for their humility, is
their readiness to prove their superiority - and Non-Texans
are always ready to step on it. - Charler L. Pullen
Top: Two Texans pass a
banana that emushes during
the exchange. Middle lett:
Non-Texans try to get
dressed to tinieh en event.
Middle right: In e come-
from-behind win, the Texans
pass the Non-Texans on the
last leg of the chariot rece.
Bottom left: Deen Norman A g
Archibald gives Deen Winnie Y
Gibbs e watery-wheelbarrow
ride. Bottom right: Non-
Texans push their rstt to ia we
victory in the Huckleberry ra
Finn river raft race.”