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V C71-.Q FLASHLIGHT ofanofzo v
The girls who have aspired to represent Abilene High School
this season in tennis are numerous and have shown themselves made
of the very best stuff available. Although the whole team was not
allowed to represent us in tennis this year, some of the members will
be back next year to help us win the district and state champion-
ships too. Evelyn Darden. Jean Shackelford, Gertrude McConnell,
and Helen Rawlinson deserve much mention and praise for their
untiring and unwavering work and support of the representatives.
They have all been faithful unto the last.
Oh Nita Carter and Loree Guffey. girls? doubles. won the Dis-
trict Meet, after working diligently the whole year. This is Loree's
first year to represent the high school. but Oh Nita has had
the honor three times. The team won the District with the final
score of 6-0, 6-Og 6-2, 6-2: 6-IZ. 6-2. They certainly deserved the
loving cup with which they were presented.
Earlyne Sivley, girls singles. won the District after a hard-
fought battle with Juanita Adams. who represented Post in the girls'
singles. Earlyne came through the meet with the final score of
6-2, 6-2. 6-I, 6-3: 6-I, 6-3: 9-7, 3-6.
For the first time in the history of Abilene High School the
girls' singles and doubles teams. and the boys' singles and doubles
teams, will all go to State. The hoys defeated Anson in the finals
and won the right to go to the State Meet. The girls defeated Ros-
coe in doubles and Post in the singles matches.
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