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Roy "THE R11-iam" IIUNT
Footballs gilt to the ladies, Roy
llunt, who was no softie because of
this trait, was out for the gridiron
game for the first time last season.
Immediately he showed promise ol' be-
coming a great fullback. Roy is
husky, hard-working, and should de-
velop into a dependable fullback next
year. Built as a line-plunger, he takes
full advantage of it by crashing op-
posing lines with marked success.
"The Ripper" should be an out-
standing candidate for All-State next
Rumrr "Wmf:cKER" MARTIN
Winner Most Valuable Scrub Trophy
Always happy and genial was Rhett
Martin, not a regular, but voted the
most valuable scrub of 1938 by his
teammates. This low, squatty line-
man was always on hand at practice
sessions, lending a hand here and
there. Not everybody can make the
first team, so good old "Wrecker"
did all in his power to bolster the
Raider reserve forces. When he did
get in a game, he was fighting it out
with the best of them, giving and
taking everything like a regular.