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The second half started off with a bang as Odessa
chalked up six points and the Eagle plays began to
click with professional precision. The Broncos were
on the defense for the rest of the game, even though
they managed a long touchdown run on a trick play.
The Eagles threatened often, but never crossed the
double stripe more than once-this on a sixty-yard
drive. When the last whistle blew, the Broncos
stumbled off the field with an l8-7 victory that they
felt very lucky to have.
ABILENE 27--MIDLAND 6
The first half of the Abilene-Midland game turned out to be one of the most exciting exhibitions of foot-
ball and teamwork in the District. ln the opening minutes of the game, Midland completed a long pass for
a touchdown, This set all Eagle supporters worrying, and when the first quarter brought no decisive action,
they really began to get uneasy. ln the second quarter, things began to pop. H. D. Terry started on an
end-run that did not stop till thirty yards and a touchdown were marked up. Only one or two Bulldogs came
close to Terry after the Eagle line, led by Daulton, had cleared the way. Before the crowd had quit yelling
over this brilliant exhibition of team work, Terry caught a pass from King and sguirmed forty yards to the
eleven-yard line. Murphey powered the remaining distance for the touchdown. Only a few minutes were left
in the first half when this last touchdown was made, yet the mighty Eagle team rolled over the Bulldogs for
another tally before the whistle blew.
After the excitement and spectacular playing of the first half, the quite mediocre second half e which
would would have been excellent football at any other timeiseemed uninteresting. Ted Hardin made an-
other Eagle touchdown in the last quarter, and Duane l-lendley made his third place-kick of the garnefa
three out of four record.
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