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'FOI' RUVV: Lilius Virrlen, Julian Alsrwbrook, 0. 'l'. Schuback, Howard Shackelford, Benton
Collins, lvlelmlio Allen, R. B. G:'1lb1':iitl1, Paul Woods, Rex Palmer, Jay Campbell, .Tallies Busby,
Orvzll Potter, Eugene Thornton.
SECOND RUXV: Marion Jones, YV. T. Counts, Victor Holladay, Odell Herman, Hugh Long-
moor, 'I'l'lUlll!,lS McAliste1', Bobby Long, Grady Sliytles, WVelrlon Aikens, L. C. Spencer.
K .LZOTTOM ROW: Bernie I-Iagins. Howard King, George Ingle, H. J. Jones, Frank 'VV2l.ll61'S,
Elm Howell, A. VV. .I33llf2l.l1Z, VVillis Harris.
ABILENE 7g PAMPA 27
By defeating the Loboes, the Eagles gained the right to play the Pampa Harvesters
in the bi-district game. The Eagles, lighter and 11ot so experienced as their opponents,
held the Harvesters much better than the opposition expected them to. During the
second quarter, the Eagles opened a drive that evened the count 7-7 at the half.
Cogdell took a diagonal pass and outran several players for the only score of the
Abilene Club. Brookshire made two of the longest kicks of the game, one for seventy-
one yards and the other for sixty-nine. Howell and Balfanz played well for the
Eagles. This game ended a successful season for a team that started with only one
letter man and advanced to the bi-district game in state competition.
About forty boys reported to spring training in order to learn the fundamentals
of football. Coaches Miller and Murphy proceeded to give them a chance to get
more experience through scrimmage practice. These men who worked so diligently
deserve as much praise as those who play next season, for they mould the character
of the Abilene Eagles. The results of spring training will not be actually known
until next fall when the boys put into practice what they learned in spring training.”