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Atie forthe Big-Five Conference basketball championship befits the Tiger basketball team of the
playing season 1940-41. This year'.s Tigers featured dogged defense, consistent scoring, and ex-
The Tigers were comparatively small in stature but big in playing heart. Their real fight and de-
termination became apparent in the last game of the season against their present co-championship
holder, Ada High School's Cougars, in a game that went into three overtimes.
Lettermen this year were: Charles Baker, Don Cummings, Lynn Gilstrap, Hubert Heron, Willie Ioe
Hightower, Kenneth Humphreys, Durwood Pate, Max Pinkard, I. L. Walker, and lack Williams.
With the close of the wrestling season, three of the squad's members were brought into the lime-
light after winning various honors at the regional meet held in Pauls Valley last February. They
were Leland Weichbrodt, heavy weight championship, Hiram Keith, third in the 154 pound class and
Albert Stringer, third in the l65 pound division.
The boys, under the direction of Walter E. Rappolee, math instructor, and present coach of the
wrestlers, who were given let-
ters, were: Captain Kenneth
Payne, Carl Barnett, Bob Davis,
Laurence Dunlap, Elmer Klein,
Edwin Ewell, Bobby Under-
wood, Tim Berryhill, Hiram
Keith, Albert Stringer, and Le-
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Edited bi-monthly and on special occasions, the Tigerite has succeeded in furnishing up-to-the-
minute news and unusual feature entertainment this year to some six hundred students. The
selection of editors, who are changed at intervals, is based chiefly on the amount of enthusi-
astic effort and Work put out on each issue. This year's editors have been Tommy Norman,
Carol Risser, Frances Ann Dunlap, and Myrtle Stamps.
Following the pictures at the top of the page We see the Tigerite in its six main stages. The
first of these steps is getting the facts on the hot "neWs-tip," which may come in the form of an
athletic event, an important school election, or merely a Friday night at the "Y." After se-
curing his information your reporter settles down to the Herculean task of Writing the article
in such a manner that it catches and holds the interest of the reader from beginning to end.
Next comes the tedious job of stencil cutting, the finished product often turning out to be more
correction fluid than stencil. The special touches and heads are now ready to be cut. This
step is not half so drastic as it sounds but does require an abundant supply of time and pati-
ence. After being mimeographed, it goes through the last stage of being stapled, and it is
now that your copy of the Tigerite, as you see it, is ready to go on sale.
Thus the editing and publishing of the Tigerite is just another phase of glorifying the poor,
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