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Page 58 text:
AFTER A MONTH OF STIFF PRACTICE, THE PANTHERS OPENED
THEIR SEASON wITH A PRACTICE GAME wITH THE INDIANS OF NOCONA,
CH THE INDIANS CAME OUT ON THE BIG ND F T E s RE F T0
HENSON, GILLIAM, AND CAPTAIN IEETZE WERE THE MOST OUTSTANDING FOR
THE SECOND GAME OF THE SEASON WAS ANOTHER PRACTICE GAME,
THIS ONE BEING WITH JACKSDORO, IN WHICH THE PANTHERS SHOWED PLENTY
OF IMPROVEMENT FROM THE WEEK BEFORE, wITH A VICTORY OVER THE JACK
COUNTY BOYS BY A SCORE OF 27 FOR THE PANTHERS, wHILE JACKSBOR0 DIDN'
THREATEN THEIR GOAL THE ENTIRE PANTHER TEAM PLAYED HEXCELLENT
THEN CAME THE FIRST CONFERENCE GAME FOR THE PANTHERS
THEY WENT T0 BURK, AND LOST ONE OF THE HHEART BREAKERSH OF THE SEASON,
A SCORE OF 13 T0 THIS wAS ONE OF THE MANY GAMES IN WHICH THE
PANTHERS PLAYED HPERFECTH FOOTBALL IT wAS A THRILL FROM START T0
THEN CAME THE HHARD LUCKH GAME WITH THE STEERS OF GRAHAM
THIS wAs THE uTOUGHESTn GAME OF THE ENTIRE SEASON THE PANTHERS
ACCUMULATED MORE EXPERIENCE IN THIS GAME THAN IN ANY OTHER, THIS SHOWED
THE PANTHERS THAT THEY HAD TO FIGHT T0 WIN FOOTBALL GAMES AND WAS
PROBABLY THE REASON FQR THE GOOD SHOWING AT THE LAST OF THE SEASON
HAYES AND VEETZE WERE OUTSTANDING FOR THE PANTHERS
THE PANTHERS INVADED THE EA6LE'S NEST AT CHILLICOTHE AND
RE IT UP TO THE TUNE OF 6 TO O THE OUTSTANDING PLAYERS wERE MEETZE,
HAYES, SHAWVER, AND RICHNOND
THE PANTHERS JOURNEYED T0 CROWELL THE FOLLOWING WEEK, BUT
THEY RETURNED WITH THE SMALL END OF A 71 T0 6 SCORE AGAIN THERE WAS
JUST TOO MUCH HDICK T0DD,H wHO wAS BY FAR THE BEST IN THIS PART OF T
COUNTRY THE PANTHERS' LONE TOUCHDOWN CAME LATE IN THE SECOND QUARTER
ON A FORWARD PASS FROM HOOSER TO ROBINSON, AND THE LATTER LATERALED THE
BALL T0 HAYES, WHO SIDESTEPPED HIS WAY FOR A TOUCHDOWN THIS PLAY PROVED
To BE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLAY OF THE SEASON THE OUTSTANDING PLAYERS
FOR THE PANTHERS wERE GILLIAH, MEETZE, AND HAYES
THE IOWA PARK HAWKS FURNISHED THE NEXT OPPOSITION FOR THE
PANTHERS, wHo HAD FULL CONTROL THROUGHOUT THE GAME HAYES LED THE
OFFENSE, MAKING ONE LONG GAIN AFTER ANOTHER THE ENTIRE TEAM ALSO SHONE
ON DEFENSE, LIMITING THE HAwKS TO ONLY TWO FIRST DOWNS THE FINAL SCORE
THE ARCHER CITY NILDCATS WERE ENTERTAINED THE FOLLOWING
WEEK THE PANTHERS PLAYED A RAGGED AND COLORLESS GAME, BUT IT ENDED WITH
THE SCORE FAVORING THEM 12 T0 6
THE NEXT CONFERENCE GAME OF THE PANTHERS WAS wITH THE THROCK
NORTON GREYHOUNDS THIS GAME wAS A THRILLER FROM START T0 FINISH WITH THE
PANTHERS UNCOVERING A vIcIOUS OFFENSIVE AND OEFENsIvE ATTACK, WHICH WAS
SOMEWHAT OF AN UPSET GILLIAM COMPLETED PASS AFTER PASS TO HOOSER HAYES
BORE THE DRUNT OF THE RUNNING ATTACK THE GUN SOUNDED WITH THE FINAL
SCORE OF 27 T0 O HAYES, GILLIAM, AND HOOSER wERE OUTSTANDING ON OFFENSE
AND CRAWFORD, RICHNCND, AND SHAWVER ON DEFENSE
WHI E O H co O 21 12.
FINISH, WITH Us LOSING av THE HBREAKSH OF THE GAME.
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