The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, November 30, 1951 Page: 4 of 4
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Green Shirts Take
Boswell House Tilt
* III battling i
of the league Uf
t place slot, mi'lud
i Grivn Shirts, Normal lm
pulses, And t h* Poker Chip * The
(ireen Shirt* slaughtered Boswell
ffotlJM* b i •core of 37-4, with
Homer Penning1'"1 *nd Gene
Karnes sharing MMMM
0 Glee Decisions Harris
In Stephenville Tourney
Johnny O'Glte, three-time state
Golden Glove lightweight champ,
moved into the welterweight di-
vision at Stephenville W.-dnesday
night to dssiaion Tobe Harris ia
leek Woodruff, ruaner-up for
last year's eUte middelweight
Golden Glove* crown, loet a unani-
mous three-round decision to Roy
Harris Woodruff wae reported out
of shape by ringside klbitsers.
Two other North T<-xmns, Ilnr
lan Gaxter and Stanley Woodruff,
both middleweight*, staged an
hibition bout on the American Le-
gion card. Gaxter emergad the win-
ner by a decision.
This year the boxers are fight-
ing a* independent* end not under
the eolors of North Texas.
O'Glee will be the only member
of the former NT crew to compete
in the Golden Cloves tourney in
Haritos gym Dee. 8, 7, and *. The
tourney will start each night at
7:30 and prices will be 50 cento
for students and 11.20 for adults.
th eight jx i nu each
Huleti Hasard, with flee tallies.
I the Normal Impulses to victory
it ft.juadrox O, 14-12 At the
«e time, the Poker Chips wet*
wmnjr the Hrissly 8bota,20-lt.
tv l-attimer at the Chips ac-
counted for more than half of the
scoring with 12 point*.
'HHRmKI Nguee suffered their
second defeat at the hands of th*
Chemistry club, tt-14. Hugo Plato*
was high point man with IS. The
Bieepy Five walked over Squadron
C, with Jimmy Williams in th.'
role of high scorer with 9 counters.
Alpha Phi Omega,Chi Sig, and
Phi Alpha Tau were victorious
in fret league play Tuesday night.
The Chi Sig* had it easy u they
won by a forfeit fran the PI Phis.
APO downed the Betas 24-21,
with half of those 24 being ecored
by Fred Hooper The Phi T*W
dished out a 85-10 defeat to KPO.
The Campus Chat
Eagles Land Eight Players
On All-Texas College Team
Friday, Nov. 10, I9SI
Edited by Henry ■ •
KAN'GA&OOS above are
J. Andcewy left, and till Spann.
co capto n, of Austin cotfege't
eageri. Tha Kangaroos wilt be
♦ha first opponanti of Coach
Pate Shends North Tesas Eagle
cage team as they open the
season tonight in the men t gym
Cougars Pull Fast One on
by Jere Cox
LET'S HOPK that the Univer-
sity of Houston doesn't try to pull
any of that fast stuff on us this
afternoon. Against Oklahoma A
M Saturday It piled up 17
WHERE DANGER LIVES
THE DESERT HAWK
Kar Nite 50 cent* per car
Field Hockey Contests
Planned by WRA
Start of the Women's Kecrea
tlon association field hockey tour
nament has been delayed because
their playing field, the football
gridiron, ha* been in use by the
varsity football team.
Mrs. Shlrlie Murphy, sponsor,
said Wednesday that two teams,
Bruce C and D wings and Oak
Street hall, haw held practice ses-
sions inside because of the incle-
Another practice period has lieen
scheduled Thursday at 4 p.m.,
Mrs. Murphy stated.
points in the first three minute*
of the game and then coastod to a
THIS COUGARS do not have an
impressive record this year, four
won and five lost, but they have
been playing against top competi-
tion. And with such a win over
Oklahoma A and M, they must be
GENE SHANNON, regarded as
one of the all time great* at Hous-
ton, averaged 6 yards per carry in
the Aggie tilt. Bohby Clatterbuck,
Cougar quarterback, was credited
as a major factor in the win be-
cause of his generalship and pass-
THE EAGLES will have to he
on their toes all the way to win
this one. Houston i* sharp, much
sharper than most of the Eagles
opponent* this season. Sportlight
cast* a vote for an Eagle win and
the finish of a good season.
ALL HOPES Meem to be gone
for a North Texas appearance in
a b «wl game this year. Stetson j filled. Coach Mitchell has already
university has bean approved for turned do* n an early offer to play
the Tangerine bowl by the NCAA i in the Refrigerator bowl at Evans-
arid all other bowls appear to be j ville, Ind., on Dec. 2.
SWC Title Still Unclaimed;
Finals Scheduled Saturday
Four teams remain in the run-
ning for the Southwest conference
crown, as the league enters Its
last week of scheduled play. Texas
Christian, Baylor, Rice, and the
University of Texas are the elevens
retaining a mathematical chance
to cop the title, with the Horned
Frogs holding the lead currently.
Last Saturday in Fort Worth,
the Frogs thrashed Jess Neely's
Rice eleven 22 fi to knock the Owls
from a loop-lead tie with the Frog
As the TCI' eleven was whip-
ping Rice, Baylor was slipping
past Southern Methodist 14-18 in
Sportraits . . .
Enters Second Year
by PAUL HI.AKNP.Y
Chat Staff Writer
A few added inches of height
might well have changed the life
of Ted Nicksick, assistant basket-
ball coach at North Texas State
Nicksick, who measures 5 feet 8
inches in thick-soled gym socks,
had a fling at professional basket-
ball after graduating from college.
He spent half a season with the
Boston Celtics in fast Basketball
Association of America competi-
tion, but for lack of sufficient
height to compete with the likes of
Alex Grota and other pro giants,
was fanned out to Bridgeport,
Conn., for the final two months of
the season. Minor league basket-
ball was not to his liking, so Nick-
sick decided to return to Texas,
scene of his post-war school days,
and start a new career. *
Born in Stovan, Pa., Nicksick's
early education was completed
there. In high school, Ted earned
three letters in baseball and bas-
ketball and one in football. Follow-
ing high school graduation, he en-
rolled at West Virginia univer-
sity, and managed two years of
education with a year of basketball
competition before the Army called
him in 1042.
Out of iter vice again in 1945,
Nicksick journeyed to Lake Wac-
camaw, N.C., to acquire a wife,
Bernice, and promptly brought her
to Texas. Then followed comple-
tion, at Texas Wesleyan college in
Fort Worth, of the interrupted col-
lege education. There Nicksick
played basketball two years, served
as co-captain during his senior
year, and was selected as the
school's outstanding athlete. He
received the B.S. degree in 1848.
Following the previously men-
tioned brief fling at pro basketball,
Nicksick came to NTSC in I960 as
assistant basketball coach.
Nicksick received the M.A. in
health, physical education, and rec-
reation last summer at NTSC, and
is presently adding to his scholastic
credit* with a 12-hour schedule of
class work. "With my class *ched-
ule and my coaching job, I don't
have much time for hobbies," Nick-
sick said. "But I'm interested in
all sport*. I play golf some, but I'm
strictly a dubber."
Speaking for himself and his
wife, Nicksick said that they hoth
like Texas and expect to remain
Texuns. A* a couple, they have
known little except Texas, since
they came here a month after their
Ted expects to make coaching a
career. "I love it," he said. "There
are lots of headaches that make
you want to quit, but there are
also a lot of little compensation*.
Maybe such a thing as a good
pass in a ball game will restore
your cheerful frame of mind."
A record of 8 wins against 2
losses in 1950 competition against
top flight freshman teams and "B"
squads, compiled by the Nicksick-
coached Eagle "B" team, attests
to his ability in the career of his
J. Paul Shortly* Switched to VMriat ( ream-Oil
Because He Flunked The Finger-Pfail Test
Waco to stay in striking distance
of the title and a chance to meet
Kentucky in the Cotton bowl. The
Bears are second in the league
and ninth in national ratings.
Arkansas, having completed its
league games, handed Tulsa a 24-7
licking in an intersections! contest.
Only three games remain on the
conference slate, with Texas A and
M facing the University of Texas
Thursday, Baylor meeting Rice,
and TCU battling Southern Metho-
dist, the latter two contests coming
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North Texas completely
nated the first annual All-Texas
i ollsgs football team announced
by tha Delias Morning
Thursday, placing eight man
the mythical squad of player* f
the Gulf Coast, Lone Star. |
Aside fro* North Texas, only
two players or
the team. The ACC crew had three
on the team selected from Texas
colleges outside the Southwest con-
In addition, three Eagles were
picked on Carswell Air Force
base's All-Opponent team Thurs-
day, with North Texas being the
lone college to place more than one
player on tha Bombers' "all" team.
Placing on the offensive team
were end Wendell Swann, guard
George Benz, center Quineey Arm-
strong, and halfback Ray Renfro.
End Bob Gandy, tackle Bill
Now Showing Thru Sat.
ACROSS THE WIDE
THE PEOPLE AGAINST
Spencer Tracy—Diana Lynn
THE TANKS ARE COMING
Steve Cochran—Mari Afdon
Now Showing Thru Sat.
THE TALL TARGET
Ezio Pinza—Janet Leigh
Bishop, guard Jim Brewer, and, Swann and Renfro repeated on
linebacker Ray McGallion were the Carswell "air* eleven with
the four to the defensive Kenneth Bahnsen being the third
I Eagle named.
All-Texas College Team
Offensive Team Position Defensive Team
Gene McCanlies, Howard Payne End Bob Gandy. North Texas
Wendell Swann. North Texas End Stan Staples, Abilene Christisn
Roy Massagatti. Lamar Cech - Tackle
Les Wheeier, Abilene Christian Tackle
George Bens, North Texas Guard
Howard Jobaoo, Trinity ... - Guard
Quineey Armstrong, North Tsxas Center
Curtis Davenport. Howard Payne Back
Ray Renfro, North Texas
Marvin Brown. East Texas
Bill Bishop, North Texas
. Alton Patterson, McMurry
Jim Brewer, North Texas
. .... Jass Stiles. Midwestern
LRay McGallion. North Texss
Ssbin Hendrickson, McMurry
Back E. W. Swindler, Southwest Texas
Back ... Jack Sportsman, Texas AAI
Tommy Hinson, Abilene Christian Back Dwain Stacy, Sul Ross
Ends—Tommy McCormack, East Texas, and Mac Peoples, South-
west Texas. Tackles—D. L. Saegert, S. F. Austin, and D. L. Ashley,
East Texas. Guards—Pete Fuglaar, Howard Payne, and Tommy
Tucker, Sul Roes. Center -Bob Loving, McMurry, Backs—Jackie Rob-
inson, Midwestern; Bob Matiig, S. F. Austin; James Gray, East Texas,
and Jackie Bearrow, Howard Payne.
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