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without losing possession of the ball. Cogdell carried the ball across from inside
the l.0-yard stripe, and Brookshire place-kicked the point. Wlien the third quarter
was nearly over, the Eagles took the ball on their 36-yard line, and Brookshire and
Pennington in five downs covered the sixty-four yards to the goal. This advantage
gave Coach Mayhew a chance to send in seven new players and it looked as if the
Lions were going to score, but the return of the regulars stopped the rush at the
5-yard line. After everybody got the mud out of his eyes, the score was found to be
14--0 in favor of the Eagles.
ABILENE 13g BRECKENRIDGE 7
Armistice Day found the Eagles playing their annual game with the Brecken-
ridge Buckaroos. During the first quarter, Brookshire threw a twenty-two yard pass
to Galbraith, who took it in the clear and ran the remaining thirty yards untouched.
The Buckaroos gained until the 20-yard line was reaehedg then the Eagles braced and
took the ball on clowns. The ball was advanced to inside the 10-yard stripe on passes
and short runs, and Pennington carried it over the pay-line. ln the third quarter the
Eagles fumbled on their 20-yard line, and the Buckaroos took the ball to the 2-yard
line, where they lost it on downs. The Buckaroo counter came in the fourth quarter
as the result of the triple pass.
ABILENE 31g EASTLAND 7
One week after the Eagles defeated the Buckaroos, they trounced the Eastland
Mavericks 31-7. There was no scoring until the second quarter, although the Eagles”