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Page 29 text:
With only three lettermen to start the season, Coach Wal-
lace E. Davis' Wolves had an unsuccessful season. Out of a
ten-game schedule the Wolf Pack emerged on the lower end
of the score in nine of them. The other game resulted in a
tie with St. Joseph.
Although they were outweighed in every contest, the light
Maroons fought out their hearts until the last gun sounded.
The season ended with 157 points scored on the Wolves by
their opponents while the Maroons chalked up only 30 points.
The following players received letter-sweaters for their
award during the 1937 season: Robert O'Connor, co-captain,
Jack Howard, co-captain, Joe Long, Kelly Philbrick, John-
nie Crisp, Wilbur Mahaifey, Fred Zimmerman, A. D. Chester,
John Partlow, Felton Pipes, M. B. Norrell, Billy Sherman,
Van Edgar Neal, Sam Campisi, Abert Mansour, Marian Ev-
ans, Wallace Hoyle, Billy Stephens, Charles Waller, Bob Stov-
all, and Jack Walker, manager.
As the Techniscram goes to press the Tech High basket
ball team has played only two city series games, these being
with North Dallas and Forest. They defeated the Bulldogs
by a score of 31 to 16, but lost to the Lions by a small score.
In three practice games, the Tech basketeers won one game
and lost two, beating Highland Park 20 to 17 and losing to
Pampa 28 to 18 and Arlington 26 to 23.
Behind their successful mentor, Coach E. O. l"Doc"J
Hayes, the Wolves are doped to finish in second place, next
to the pre-season favorites, the Woodrow Wilson Wildcats.
The following four lettermen are the players on whom Coach
Hayes is depending to win a championship for Tech: Wayne
Freeman, co-captain, Everitt Asbill, co-captain, Kendall Bu-
chanan, and Billy Sherman.
Page 28 text:
R. O. T. C.
Permanent possession of the Dallas Journal R. O. T. C.
Trophy was given to the Tech military corps during the week
of October 15. George Myers received the cup, which was
given to the Maroon and White because it was won by- this
school more times than any other school since competition
was started in 1921. In the past seven yea-rs, Tech has never
fallen below third place in competition for the Journal Trophy,
which is awarded annualy to the winner of the Crack Com-
pany Drill Competition.
The Tech High officers have won the annual test for the
past seven years. This year they were second in the city, with
Highland Park first.
Out of the four general city-wide inspections the past two
years, the Tech R. O. T. C. corps has won them all. The latest
was the Fall Inspection given from December 1 to 17.
Tech was awarded the R. O. T. C. Intramural Efficiency
Cup for its work during the 1936-37 term. At the termina-
tion of the fall term, the First Infantry was in first place in
the City Efficiency Competition.
Officer personnel of the Technical High School R. O. T. C.:
lst Lt. Martin S. Ryan ,,.,,,,,. , , ,,,,,,..,.,, Commandant of Cadets
Col. Inst. J. Homer Brown .,,,. ...,....,...,... . .Assistant Commandant
Col. Inst. Arthur Harris ,,,, ,,..,. , ..... ,,,,..,,...,........ B and Director
Lt. Col. George R. Myers, Regimental Commander
Maj. Dan Herron, Regimental Exeuctive Officer
Maj. Nickey Naum, Battalion Commander
Capt. S. H. Goodrich, Regimental Adjutant
Capt. Bob Yeargan
Capt. Harold Haynes
Capt. Sam Shepherd
Ist Lt. Albert Packwood
Lt. Perry Stacy
Lt. Billy Hamilton
Capt. Burton Dedmon
lst Lt. Jimmy Coke
Lt. James Evans
Lt. Van Buren Myers
Capt. Carlton Long
Lt. Maurice McMillan
Lt. Henry Bennett
Capt. Edward Hornickel
lst Lt. Robert Murdoch
Lt. Claude Pendley
Lt. Louis Toberney
Capt. Charles Kelly
Lt. Billy Harrison
Capt. Claude Steele
lst Lt. Milan Ninich
Lt. David Crowder
Lt. Fred Zimmerman
Capt. Kessy Bowman
1st Lt. Richard Schneider
Lt. Nathan Jacobs
Lt. Col. Inst. Ray Chandler
Lt. Inst. George Caulkett
Lt. Howell Barrow
Lt. Joe White
Lt. Leon Green
Lt. Wlnston Strehorn
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J 0 K E S
Ann Dragna-They say that fellow over there is worth a
million and he started from a scratch.
James McGee-What business was he in?
Ann-He had a flea circus.
Dorothy Clem-Doctor, I'm scared to death. This will be
my first operation.
Doctor-Sure, I know just how you feel. You're my first
Ray Russell-I'm going to give you a fur coat, Sugar-a
good oneg something to match my personality.
Norma May-I don't like skunk!
Nelma Lee Lovelace-The trouble with you, Honey, is that
Elgin Young-Well, maybe I am, but it'll take more than a
pill like you to cure me.
Dudley Prewitt-Is that a genuine bloodhound?
Pat Sheehan-Sure-Oscar, come over here and bleed for
Sam Trizza-Cutie, I can tell your thoughts j u-st by looking
Bessie Wiliams-Oh, yeah! Then why waste your time
An eldery actres told a younger friend: "Men used to fight
for my kisses."
The catty friend booed, "I know, dearie, but the war is
Mr. Schiebel-Come now, what makes you think your wife
believes you're a nut?
Coach Hayes-Because she's cracking me all the time.
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