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Page 129 text:
Record number of goyers
A RECORD NUMBER OF GOLF HOPEFLLS hraved the
dismal February weather to begin practice. Fourteen play-
ers turned out to vie for the four coveted positions on the
varsity, to be chosen bv Coach George Kirtlev after several
weeks of practice.
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The Tiger schedule included matches with Arkansas
High along with district tournaments. Although season re-
sults were too late for publication. the linksters looked
forward to a successful season.
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ON ITS WAY-Jimmy' Bruggeman, a two-year high school golfer,
concentrates intently to see if his putt will reach the cup.
FORE-Mike Martin, .lay Moore, Gary Jones, and Jimmy Brugge-
man watch the flight of Jirnmy's ball as he drives toward the sec-
come out in February
BUT WAIT!-Mike Martin, another seasoned golfer
keeps still until he hears that desired thumping
Page 128 text:
GOLF HOPEFULS-First row-Ed Berry, Pat Stout, Bryce man, Mark Scherer, Jay Moore, Marshall Glick, Mike
Lawrence, David Looney, .lirn McCauley, Second row- Martin, Gary Jones,
Lloyd Fields, John Cunningham, .loel Looney, ,lim Brugge-
PATIENT PUTTER-Before putting on the 18th hole at the
Texarkana Country Club, Cary Jones patiently rnends a flaw on the
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LINING IT UP-Joel Looney uses his putter to line up
his shot for a birdie on the seventh green,
Page 130 text:
Boys and gtrls tennts teams show much talent
TENNIS TRYOUTS BEGAN in early February with an
abundance of talent showing up for the preliminary practice
sessions. Workouts were not just confined to actual tennis
matches, but the racketeers also participated in a program of
daily calisthenics to get and stay in condition.
The boy's team was stacked with returning lettermen,
with Phil Glass, William Reynolds, and Tommy Howie mak-
ing up the nucleus of the squad. The girls' team was also
blessed with two returning starters in Peggy Choate and
Emy Lou Frantz.
OPEN MY MOUTH-Gary Mitchell does not realize his mouth
is open wideg he is just preparing to make a serve.
1966 TENNIS LETTERMEN AND WOMEN-Tennis
lettermen Tommy Howie Peggy Choate William Rey- teacher,
nolds Emy Lou Frantz and Phil Glass pose with their
coach, Mrs. Lester Foulke, girls' physical education
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