The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 4, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 4, 1934 Page: 4 of 4
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ELBERT "ANDY" ANDERSON
Our bolovcd Prc.ysays tlint wo
must loam to loso as well us win.
How about n lesson In winning
soon? Tlio Wildcats nre ready
but bavo a tough asslgnmont Sat-
With 13-0 Score
Over Local Boys
Hill Leads Wildcats In
An Uphill Battle
Last week those Sul Ross Lo-
bocs really frightened the liar-din-Simmons
Bcrlbo witnessed the fray and
'saw very little difference between
tho two teams. You can look for
n "scratchln' " good battlo when
A. C. C. tangles with those Sul
"Jew" Hill the little man thut
ran over around and through
those Bulldogs last week dis-
played an elusive style that may
errn a starting beith in the back
Tore were other outstanding
Cats on the field: George Cole
veteran lineman who reported to
the local training camp late
showed some hard charging and
deadly tackling. He threw tho
T. M. C. boys for several losses.
Robert Stone loomed in the
floodlights many times when he
stopped the fleet backs attempt-
ing to circle U end. Stone is a
sopbomoro; looks like ho may be
another "Ilrit" Pippin in not
From all reports the McMurry
Papooses inuts lmo been full-
fledged warriors when they met
our Kittens in battle last week.
Hero's sad news for some.
"Our coeds" must yield their cs
corts for at least seventy-two
hours. The would-bo scial lions
deserving special mention nre:
Captain Hardegree "0" Pycatt
Johnnie Conncl and Tommy
Campbell. Thc "steadies" also
Their fellow .squadmen expect
contrariness loneliness penni-
lessness but not loveliness from
tbeso ardent lovers of football.
Let's go Wjldcntsl
. Ranger Jr. Collcgo
Wcatberford Jr. Col.
Wayland Jr. College
II. Payne Fioshmcn
Denton S.T.C. Fresh.
are being mado to
a piimo with Daniel
to bo played
To Be Found At
HI 1 """nil i" 2 'b II " n K5S
We invite A.C.C. students to
sec our beautiful gifts. It's
a pleasure to show you.
Jeweler and Optometrist
126 Pine Abilene
Over a Quarter Century
An oversize squad of Texas
Military College soldiers stormed
A. C. C.'s garrison last Thursday
night and emerged with a 1U-0
victory. Lead by Co-captain
"Red" Smith tho Uulldogs ham-
mered ut an apparently defence-
less Wildcat line to score In tho
early; part of tho first und third
The first counter came nfter u
pass which netted 28 yards for
tho invaders. Vernon Fori est
scoicd on an off-tucklo plunge.
The ball sailed cleanly through
tho uprights for the extra point.
Smith left half for tho Bull-
dogs scored the next points on a
"split buck" which duplicated his
performance of former ycurs. The
try for point went the same way
as A. C. C's scorlnjg attempts.
Tho game was characterized by
numerous fumbles and incom
plete passes on both sides. The
home-talent was particularly un-
fortunate with their passes miss-
ing nine during the fray. The
Bulldogs failed in 'five attempts
but intercepted five passes dur-
ing tho evening. The Wildcats
scored four first downs while the
ictors emerged with five.
The Bulldogs gained 137 yards
by rushing while the opposition
could tally but 01. In 15 punts
T. M. C. amassed an imposing
total of OiO yards. A. C C. boot-
ed the pigskin 13 times for a to-
tal yardage of 400. Tho Bulldogs
drew one more penalty than the
hometown boys. J. D. Rogers ac-
counted for one of the losses for
tho visitors when ho got overly
ambitious and used a fist in the
Hill Loads Wildcats
Tlio finest piece of football dis-
played by tho Wildcats was on
the pnrt of London Hill Abilene
high product. He displayed run-
ning ability which surprised oven
his teammates. Heretofore Hill
hasn't been considered as out-
standing but from now on they'll
be watching him. He scored the
greater pnrt of tho Wildcat yard-
ago by off tackle plunges. Hill
accounted for over three-fourths
of the yards gained by rushing.
It wasn't unusual to see him run
off ten to fifteen yards and in
the second period ho raced
around an end for 22 yards.
T. M. C. A. C. C.
Buchnnnn LR.... Hardegree
Moore LT II. Pyeatt
Raines LG B. Pycatt
Irwin ...... C Curruthers
Black RG Nelson
Casmiri' RT Campbell
Fulllngim ...RR Holmes
J.Williams ...QB........ Koycs'
Smith ..... .LH Conncl
Rogers RII Parker
Forrest FB Baldwin
Referee Simms; umpire Cran-
fill; head linesman Mayhow.
Substitutions: A. C. C Stone
Beck Hill Moser Cole Connoll
T. M. C Ratican Gregory Ed-
wards E. Williams Ricks Jordan
Beat McMurry " Says
Howard Green In Letter
Please tell the .team the contents of this letter or
let the boys read it.
I am for tho football team 100 although I will not
likely get to the States in time to see any games. I am
expecting a Texas Conference winning team. Above
all things "beat McMurry." Fight to a finish in every
game and 1 am sure the team can and will win.
I will return home about the 10th of December.
We are going to Manila and probably other points in the
Phillipine Islands to run.
Although I am miles away I am remembering Dear
Ole A. C. C- and am in heart yelling for victory.
I hope you "Bugs" are getting along O. K. and
have the men back that you expected along with others.
Yours truly HOWARD GREEN.
When you think of
Glass - Paint
1182 N. 3rd
We Go The Limit to Please
A recent communication
from Y. Hirntsuka Japan-
ese evlangclist of Tokio
mentions that Howard
Green A. C. C track man
with the A.A.U. athletes
was enabldd to meet and
worship with the Knmitom-
izaka church a few days
Hiratsuka met Howard
at tho ship in Yokohama.
The Christians wanted to
entertain him but he was
rushed for time.
The College congregation
sends financial support to
Kittens To Engage
Ranger Jr. College
Despite tlio 20 0 defeat at the
hands of the McMurry Papooses
last Friday tho freshman Kittens
will journey Saturday eighteen
strong to tussle Ranger Junior
Grant former guard for
A. C. C. in 1027-20 has been added
to the couching staff and will
have charge of half the freshmen
footballers. A separate schedule
is' to bo arranged for his men.
Coach McKinzic will likely
start the following:
Ends Lnnders and Grant.
Tackles Moore and Oliver.
Guards Nelson and Coleman.
Halves Chasteen Wilbanks.
An Enjoyable Evening
Friday and Saturday
Sun. Mon. Tues.
with TOM BROWN
Wed. and Thurs.
"Those We Love"
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The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 4, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 4, 1934, newspaper, October 4, 1934; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101260/m1/4/: accessed August 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.