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ln the early spring, forty men reported for training to Coach
Mayhew. The prospects for another winning team in the district
looked very dim, with the loss of several stars by graduationg but
the coaches were pleased somewhat when they saw the material before
them and the enthusiasm of the boys. From the first day, the boys began
hard consistent training, and after four weeks of daily practice the City Meet
was held to determine the qualifiers for the District Meet.
The meet was very surprising in that so many unsuspected stars were uncovered.
Cogdell, a sophomore, was the high-point man of the meet with two first places.
Other stars were Moser, Balfanz, Smith, Coppinger, and Dobbs. The first meet
entered by the Eagles was a meet between the freshmen of Abilene Christian and
Daniel Baker colleges, and Big Spring High School. The Eagles ran strong against
their college entrants. Moser was the big attraction of the meet by cinching a second
place in the relay for the Eagles.
ln the State Meet the mile relay was won with a record of f3:25.5, the best time ever
made in a Texas high school meet.
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