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First Row: E. Hamilton, Ruth Harnrnond, lvlerlyn Mattes, Maurice Pain, Louise Page, Chuck Fran-
cis, Olga Moore, Christine Smith, Kate Nell lvlciuldin, Gloria lune Hobbs.
Second How: I. W. Sorrells, Myrtle Wliite. to Ann Luther, Probert Darnell, Billy Shaw, Norma Mar-
lcuni, Betty Io Delano, loy Wliitlock, ljulalicr Browning.
Thizd How: Iarnes L. Cullar, Thornas Roberson, lack Flornister, Ray Preslar, Burns Free Grady
Vtfeir, Theo Priour, Loc Henry, Phil Kendriclcs, Truett Thompson, Glen Thornton, lack Pollock.
"Cut your serve a little more" Well might be a phrase heard at the Abilene High
School. tennis courts, for it is by these matches held every afternoon after school that
the participants tor the lnterscholastic League are chosen. There are tour divisions
in the tournament: boys singles, girls singles, boys doubles, and girls doubles. The
Tennis Club holds itsrrneetings on club day and enjoyed a picnic because ot regular
strenuous practice. They protited by the criticisms ot their coaches and tellow stu-
dents, and thereby improved their play.
Chuck Francis President
Maurice Pain Vice President
Merlyn Mattes ,Secretary
Louise Page Reporter
lames L. Cullar Adviser