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2 Alton 31fEdwardsville 38.
3 Alton 22fCollinsville 52.
9 Student Council Dance. Alton 29fMadison 22.
10 Alton 21fBelleville 24.
16 Student Council Dance. Alton 42fEast St.
23 Alton 3OfGranite City 61.
2 Alton Wrestlers enter State Meet.
12 Student Council election.
14 Student Forum Induction.
16 Quill 6? Scroll Bake Sale.
21 Student Council Pot Luck.
22 Basketball game for assembly. Seniors defeat
undergrads to the tune of 42f17.
29 Alton Hi Times issues April Fool Paper.
1 Oberlin College furnished music for assembly.
4 A benefit concert was held for the High School
Band. Cecil Leeson, saxophonist, was main
10 The soloists and ensembles who had sung in
state contest at West Frankfort, furnished a
program by repeating contest numbers.
12 Mrs. Ruth Bryan Rohde, former Minister to
Denmark and now a member of Monticello
faculty, spoke on Denmark. Dramatic Playw
17 Rev. Atchinson of Episcopal Church spoke
on the Central and South Americas.
24 Mrs. Harwood, world traveler, tells of her
travels and models clothes.
8 East St. Louis WPA Symphonic Band played
10 Annual Boat Excursion.
15 Amateur hour in Assembly.
22 Speech Classes gave Assembly.
29 Glee Club sang in Assembly.
31 Senior play "Mignonette" given.
5 Judge Boynton spoke in Assembly.
Football f continued
Granite's Warriers dropped in on the Red'
birds hoping to grab a scalp as they had done in
'38, but the old and familiar "airways" sizzled
again and while Granite was stopping Schwartz
Cat timesl another S-Stallings-was grabbing
into the ozone and spearing passes to the delight
of Alton and the downfall of the Happy????
Warriors. We scored in second quarter on a pass
and later we downed our own punt on Granite's
1 yard stripe. They punted to their 27 and Wood
raced back to the 15. Two line plays netted number
2. Then for number 3 we started on our 20 making
80 yards and a touchdown before Granite found
who really had the ball. Granite threatened only
once. Stallings, McCaskill and Lazar scored.
We traveled to Collinsville remembering the
Arctic zone of 1937 when the Kahoks got a 6f0
win but this year the Redbirds vowed "They
Shall Not Pass." The Redbirds lost a counter
on an end zone fumble but came back to life and
marched from the middle of the fie'd to score.
Schwartz and Lazar pass combination netted an'
other touchdown. Each of the two times the
Kahoks started somewhere they found Harvey
Moore stealing their "well" directed pass and the
Indians died peacefully on the short end of a 0f13
score. Our scorers were Stallings and Lazar.
Let's make it NINE in a row was Alton's
battle cry for the traditional Turkey Day game.
For 8 years Western had sought victory and it
was in 1934 they had scored their last points.
Western had seen a poor season pass by partly
due to injuries-Alton for once was conceded
victory, a position Coach Jackson never Wants.
A great day-a crowd-and what a game. The
heavy cadets were tough on line plays but susf
ceptible to passes and the faster charging Red'
birds. Alton scored in second quarter when
Schwartz lateraled to Lazar on the Cadet 13 after
he himself had received McCaskill's pass on the
28. It was one of the season's fastest pass combinaf
tions. Western failed to score as the half ended
with the Cadets short of the goal line by a mere
half foot. In the second half Beane blocked a punt
of Western on their 13, and Stallings made quick
work of a touchdown. A few moments later an'
other forward and lateral McCaskill to Lazar
to Schwartz added Number 3 touchdown. Late
in the 4th quarter Casperson eluded the Alton
eleven for a 29 yard run to Alton's eleven. Here
their one good pass clicked and the game ended
Alton 21-Western 6. YESA9 in a vow. Lazar,
Stallings and Schwartz were our scorers,
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Howard Hayes: "What is the difference between
Boake Carter and a yam?"
Richard Gilmore: "I don't know, what?"
Howard Hayes: "A yam is a sweet tatter and
Boake Carter is a common tatterf'
Oflicerz "You've been doing 60 miles an hour.
Don't you care anything about the law?"
Charlene Myers: "Why, oflicer, how can I tell?
I've only just met you."
The Scotchman said to his son, who just
bought a pair of glasses. "Son when you're not
looking through those glasses, take them off and
they will last longer."
Dick: "That looks like a smart dog you've got
Harry: "He's smart alright, everytime I get
ready to shoot he gets behind a tree."
Mr. Berry: "Well, Orval, have you sharpened
all the tools I have given you?"
Orval Moxey: "All but the saw, sir. I haven't
got the nicks out of that yet."
Student: "Mr, Pruitt, can you type?"
Mr. Pruitt: "Yes, I use the Columbus system.
I discover a key and then land on it."
Oh quiet room with lights turned low,
A soft touch on my shoulder,
A warm breath upon my cheek,
A lovely face against my own,
"Who let that cow in!"
Moore: "This barbecue tastes terrible."
Gordon: "What do you mean! The Kerrls
made barbecues before you were born."
Moore: "O.K. But why serve them now?"
Luddeke: Con a bargej L'Boy, I'm seasickf'
Matt: :You'll be all right when the moon
Harry: "Gosh, does that have to come up, too?"
Gay Storner: "Do you really love me?"
Clyde Sheets: L'You ought to know I do."
Gay Storner: "How much?"
Clyde Sheets: "Here's my check book-look
over the stubs."
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