Text from page 32:
Search for Classmates, Friends, and Family in one
of the Largest Collections of Online Yearbooks!
Your membership with E-Yearbook.com
provides these benefits:
- Instant Access to Millions of Yearbook Pictures Online
- Full Access to High-Resolution, Full-Color Images
- Search, Browse, Read, and Print Yearbook Pages
- Access College, High School, and Military Yearbooks
- Support the Schools in our Program by Subscribing
43:1 me ,K
D. B. 'Weatherby H. H. Yates Iames Gilliland Iacl-: Simpson George 'Nillis Lealinien Bryant
Sprmq Term Fall Term
Bill Tate President Iames Gilliland
Boyd Edgar Vice President I. T. Kirk
Iames Gilliland Secretary H. H. Yates
I. W. Bryant Assistant Secretary George Willis
Iack Simpson Reporter Don Coffee
Leahmon Bryant Sergeanteat-Arms D. B. Weatherby Adviser
Twenty-eight boys reported for the Golf Club in
the fall. Since most of those reporting had had
little experience, all the meetings of the fall term
were devoted to instructions on the fundamental
principles of the game. Stance was emphasized
by Mr. Vtfeatherby, the sponsor, and much time
was spent in learning the correct standing posi-
By spring several members were ready to start
practicing for competitive matches. These per-
sistent golfers practiced after school and on Sat-
urdays, sometimes regardless of the weather. The
most promising of these players were Bill Tate,
I. C. Iones, Iack Simpson, Iames Gilliland, and
H. H. Yates. All these boys played in the low
eighties or the upper seventies. After several
weeks of practice Abilene's golf team played
seven matches with the Sweetwater High School
team. Abilene won the matches with a score of
5-2. Matches were also played with Colorado
High School, Hardin'Simmons University, and
McMurry College. All of these matches were
leaders-up for the State Meet. Abilene's golf team
has for several years made it a practice to send
a team to this meet, and it has become almost a
tradition for them to place each year. At the
State Meet the contestants played on the famous
Cedarcrest course at Dallas, where they won third.
y I Z K 1 's
wx, ftrf ,i i xt: 5.2.
-- 4 ,2, fr I :f-
f M, S, 5 I 2,2
- A. ftststt
ug.-und: :.f ,. 5 kv .
it I ff , ive, rx
' 9 .'
H . H -
. 'zz . f x
., . ,f' 2 , 0
Ty., . ? ..
if " .1 .- 5 f. -'Q .
2 as," 3 X . ff ., x
5 r 5
-'--- .. I . - 'f .ff 5 .
f: - '. S -D.,-' F. -1 my f. 'Y -
1532 - idkffl-2f.,,:' -2- 5
. 'CLE if V'-J' - ' 4 '
t. -I f.- 4.w,,,w.:w5','2g
.f - - 235 -4293412-' Q
-'-- W- "
sssesgefwis rffifaii as
'--.-f.'::.A,. ' xr-V: '- my:-