The War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 16, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 17, 1966 Page: 4 of 4
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February 17 196S
Tribe Tumbles 'Kats
for second time
Being n long way from homo raced to a 53 to 44 load at half- pepper and Danny Noll rounded
did not seem to affect the Indians time. The Bcarkats managed 45 9 out the scoring with three and
of McMurry College last Satur- percent from the field and 43.7 two points respectively
day night as they defeated the percent from the "gratis" line. For the Bcarkats Manuel Her-
Sam Houston State Bcarkats Noll and Millard Shivers took nandez scored 18 points to lead
rebounding nonors ior the in- me tsearKais attacK. Jimmy Mai-
dians with 14 and 11 respective
ly. Roy Patterson of Sam Hous-
ton took game honors by snar-
For the second time this sea
son the Tribe guided by Head
Coach HcrshcllKimbrell turned ' 5 f th hosts
dians playing one of their better
Dean Ingram the smallest man
RUSSELL KNOLL . . .
top reboundor in Bear Kat
lcr added 13 points.
McMurry is now tied with the
Bcarkats in fifth place with a 3-C
Lone Star Conference record.
The Indians' last game was
nn iho smmrl. Mvtchorl thn hneknis Mnnrlnv in Nnrnpflnrhps with game with 14 rebounds leads the sweerj of it's intra-cilv foes the
K.imes 01 wie year goi ircmcnu- for 25 nts followcd closoly by Conference foe Stephen F. Lone Slar Conference in scorino cwboys will try to make it two
ous performances from both Ilus- . n...ii hii .i wi a.i -onierence in scoring. . irfic Thn
sell Noll and Dean Ingram. 24 In n e ht lndna d 1
At McM Tonight
Fresh from a victory over the
Abilene Christian College Wild-
cats and the City Championship
clutched in their hands the Cow-
boys from Hardin-Simmons Uni-
versity invade Indian Gymnasium
In an attempt to make a clean
McMurry hitting a torrid 58 9 and eight Indians got on the )f;in I
per cent from the field and G2 9 scoreboard. Millard Shivers had
per cent from the chanty line 10. Adams and Kethlcy accounted
pumped in 23 of 29 shots from for seven points apiece while
the field in the first half as it John Curry got five. Ronnie Cul-
row over the Indians. The
The McMurry aco is averaging trick may not be easily turned
over 25 points a game. or 'l was these same Indians
who held the boys from H-SU
(Continued from Page 1)
Wieland Drake Richard Drum
Tommy McAninch Mrs.
Johnson Mclntyrc Mrs
Mary to their lowest point output of
Ellie the season. It was earlier in the
r .n Mnn.H. vcar when Hardin-Simmons hnrl
Duran James Arlin ' to fight it out for a narrow 45-40
Edward Dean Edins Glcnda Mcncfcc Carolyn Nell win ovcr the Warriors.
By TOMMY JORDAN
(Third in a series)
it back to the net it could be
stepped on or hit by another ball
Diana Ruth Edminster
Elliot Holland Evans
Patricia Ann Garrison Mary
A. Gill Becky Greenwaldt Ho
Jerrcll McCy Judv Jane Morris Linda
If you try to retrieve it or if you mer Don Haden Lloyd Patrick Pirtle'
Nnmns likn Rnlitninn HicVi.
Ncie Dennis Ray Optiz Melissa man Nagy McHenry and' Rogers
Patterson Doyle Ray Pendleton will be on the minds of Hershell
Diane Elizabeth Phillips Sandra Kimbrell's charges tonight at
tip-off time. It would be a vic-
torious note to the disappointing
..... ... ..v.... ..a .. u..u.u- mi it uuuv iu mi; ujjjuii.'iii wnu Wnm.ln c Ilnml( n
"M l"" V . i """"!mu"" "'"'V'"1' ... Brent Hamme- Jas Mark Prince Mrs. Coleta Rountrce Kmhrn Hnoo nt . ..
have others violate certain rules you slow up play and disrupt the . fiui ... r ... . rvimorell does not give the
of courtesy that prevail on the server's concentration. "3n 1 " ? J ?' ' " Na"Cy RE" Cowhys an edee nor does he
court. In son of an unwritten whon sorvlno nwnv Slll nt il 1 i ers' LaUrio Shaffer' Lmda Faye want one- Russe11 No11' Dcan In"
. . ... . When sorving always call Lynn Hollis Gloria Janelle Horn 0: t u. r .. nnm Miiim. cki o i
"code of tennis there are certain ..Rcnd ?. to your opponent and Edward Horton Simpson Libbye Day Sloan M'"" Sh've"; nnnie
guidelines for court courtesy that t f h ul ' Elaine Snowden Camille Stone. CulPPer. and John Curry are
must be followed. If they are c " !. if m" V. Zn Vw Morry Sue Howard. Jane Hoy ..... reason. These and the rest
not then tennis slips from its "l n ..in hm. Z Norma Ruth HuBhes' Sylvia Ann Cynl Stne' Na"Cy J of the Tribe- have battled a5ainst
lonn sought decree of acceptance ..... .l Jacques Mrs. Joyce Jay Martha Stovall Victoria Swiedom Ear- overwhelming odds this season
and takes its place among the rrlulu""'' OI -u"Lr J"""- Ann Joyce Merla Rae Kiner W. lene Tadlock Mrs. Ann Howard and are in no way ashamed of
frotano language is dcnnitciy u. rung Jr. Mary Anne Kunz Vaughan Richard von Ende lne resulls-
out! Even loud shouts of disap- Mrs. Audrey Jean Kuykendall. Craig Walford. Freddie Walker! in . .. i f.
Mrs. Margaret Presson Judy season that the Tribe has had.
lesser more base sports.
If vou're an experienced tennis "" '" "1 7 "" ;T 7 1 """ ""'""- r"'e """"'" 'cuu.le r in any case
nlavcr vou well understand this P""m" r Prme awenun- rauiu. i.acK iionaia b. parson Koger Wilson Ward Katrina Indian Gym will be a bit crowded
player and as ;
Good $30 rackets will break
easily if they are thrown at the
back fence. Such a display of
been determined by past expen- hcnring distance. You certainly
ence. Fortunately a good ex- would not want them to do thc
ample has been set for you by pre- same when are down 40.
ceed.ng generations of tennis ovc and u is ..match.Point."
The novice or beginning tennis
player needs some guidelines to
tin hv nml clnnr. flnitrnnt irlnln-
tions of a few simple "rules" have "T.1 "' 'u .
been committed they will be anxicty and U could nccsltate a
stated here. new rackct'
FIRST OF ALL let us observe Oftentimes players will take a
the action of the spectator. His break for a soft drink and a bit
role is an important one. His of something to eat. Always
primary contribution to the sport Place vour bottles napkins and
is in either appreciating a "point" CUPS in a proper container. If
or feeling that it was not well blts of PnPer or broken glass finds
played. He does this with ap- its way to the court serious injury
plause. One does not applaud can result.
an error or clap in the middle of One last thing if the courts are
a point. As you become more crowded as they usually are be
knowledgeable you will refrain considerate of those who are
from applause when a player hits waiting to play. If you are play-
n setup and reserve it instead for jng singles offer to play doubles
good points. jf y0U Hnish a niatch ask if they
You can clap when a player would like to play; chances are
pulls out of a deficit when serv- they will only play a quick set.
ice is broken or when your fav- Thel0 common courlelIes make
orite player wins n set. This ac- the of tcnnls what t
tlon not only facilitates harmony witn of c0 d competitive
on the court but it also displays a adhcrants of the sport
nn extreme amount of interest in wiu follow thesc simple guideSi
tc Knmc- the game of tennis will remain
Playeri. oxperloncod and inex- what it hns been; a healthy ex-
perienced alike commit ridiculous citing and competitive game
court "manners" at one time or .
another. Part of this stems from Next wcek: ImProvin8 your
a lelease of the emotional eneigy Ramc-
that builds inside a player. On
uuua. uiih.- jruu aiu iu.iui.ait 4.aii.ijrii uuuu wis noger wens uuane west Mrs. Lucia tonight for what may be the
enough to have a private court Leroy Loyd Eddie Joe McAnally Williams and Mrs. Lucile Wilson "game of the year."
mere are uiwnys oiners wiinin
(.!" ml hi." on i.jl.l.nJ Infi .otki .auk IJtl( nly It ln4n .1 Itt C.io-C.lo tip.r
Ico-eold Coca-Cola makes any campus "aeMogeiher" a party. Coca-Cola has the
tail you never ge tired of ...always refreshing. Thai's why things go better
with Coke . . . after Coke . . . after Coke.
leM.d u.4.r IS. oulhwlly cf Tt Cki-CoIi Comp.iy by
moie occasions however the
player simply does not have
otheis in mind
Whon rocolving the first
service always allow the ball to
puss if it is n "fault." If you hit
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