The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, November 22, 1935 Page: 2 of 7
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point out the Owl’s foowurd wall
kept hnn from making it good. The
half ended with the lutll in the Coyot-
es pofloomion near the center of the
St ore: Owls »i. Coyotes 6.
Again in the fourth quarter, the
Coyotes aerial attack wan an impor-
tant factor in their gaining. About
the middle of the quarter Shurley
punted from his own thirty yard line.
The ball bounded down to the Owls'
twenty yard line and was covered
there by a Coyote. The official's
decision in giving the ball to the
Coyotes on the ground that J. Rothe
had touched the ball is questionable.
The Coyotes, however, continued to
drive toward the Owls' goal line and
with leRs than a minute to play,
Ramsey carried the ball across the
goal line. A kick from placement for
the extra point hit the cross bar. Af-
ter the kickoff, there was little time
left to play, and the game ended with
the ball in the Owls’ possession in
their own territory.
Final score: Coyotes 12, Owls 6.
Outstanding players for the Owls
were Rothe, Windrow, and Oefinger.
while Ramsey and Shurley starred
for the Coyotes.
The game last Friday ended with
the Coyotes on the long end of the
score but they did not whip the Ow ls,
in fact, the Coyotes were the most
whipped down looking squad during
the third quarter that the Owls have
played Had it not been for that
adverse decision .... but that i.-, ail
water under the bridge.
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Carrizo nosed out Eagle Pass twen-
ty-odd to nothing Saturday in me
only other game in the district. Noth-
ing much of importance happens this
week-end. Crystal City plays Cm-
ri;.o Springs in their annual grudge
fight and Pearsall lakes on Cotulla.
Pearsall should coast through to an
easy win. That other game will be
tight with Crystal City having a
-light edge in our opinion.
Pearsall meets Uvalde in Uvalde
ifuiing the Thanksgiving holidays to
decide the district championship.
That is, provided Pearsall gets by
Cotulla Pearsall gave Uvalde all
kinds of trouble in their fust game,
losing by a 19 to 14 count. The half
gun found Pearsall on the Uvalde
• * *
It seems strange the types of p-y-
chology some coaches use. When
Hondo has any big boys we are proud
of them and if anything, will add a
pound or two onto their published
weights. We tell ’em that “our boys
are big and tough and are coming to
get you”. Green of Uvalde does the
reverse. He minimizes his weights as
much as possible. He said that his
starting line-up averages 143 lbs.
the same as that of the Owls. In
our opinion the Coyotes averaged
not a pound less than 135 and prob-
ably much more.
• * •
The winner of this district takes
©n the winner of the San Antonio
district which at present writing
looks like the Sidney Lanier Voks.
They will give the winner of this dis-
trict quite a ball game. And the bi-
district winner seems at present duo
to meet Rock Springs for the region-
al championship. If Uvalde gets that
far there will be some bone crushing
whan Shirley of .Uvalde heads into
Swarood of Rock Springs. Green
Mala Shirley at 178 (?). Earwood
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The annual banquet given by tho
Pep Squad girls in honor of the
lootball squad «i|| be given Satur-
day night, November 23rd. The
banquet will be held in tho Study
Hall at the High School. After the
banquet there will be a dance at. the
Fair Grounds hall.
I salute Mussolini for having uni-
fied my country and inspired my pen
pie with a greater patriotimi and
loyalty thun they ever felt before."
•t art opens with the cr|e
'he Feast of the Util,
artoq* leg, n,|. I,, me wov
P t< st of the sotlg. The
v*ho w„u!,| regulate ar
hildren in t hlna, and the
who ado h, r mist re s,
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I hen the surprise for the
Intiod’ieed in the person
He Japanese juggler girl,
• hi m mightdv until um-
he palace, I ho , horu de-
parts ami the ' urtairi falls with the.
Horrowing Prince*, alone in the gar- j Sunday altert.oon
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In th" oeord act the Prince-- i- S. F. CLUB ENTER IAINS.
dlacevered atilt alone and lamenting
The chorus comes back with Wee | I he S. F. Club enterta.ned with a
Ling caught in miachtef; after which j party Saturday night Ht the home of
the little juggler girl ru hea in with Helen Burgin. The house wu» deco- I
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the dunce in Pvuld
Anna l.auu, 8
Key. Mo . i
Renken and Muriel M tec let
al. repoited a i ppiiT tun*
Jack King has mi^.d .chord
rhuiMtav l„ at, ,■ of an mf<
hand. School hu also nm ,,|
Al; you people with tun, on
hnnda go to see him.
Ear line Watson visited m It.
“Get the Best”
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f at ure on Sunday In The It
lughout its pages witii an app.
th« announcement that the Emperor
has information that the sister of the
Princes* Chan is alive and near, and
orders that every place be searched.
In .-arching tho garden for her, the
little maid finds a locket which the
rated attractively m the club colors
and poinsettias, |
After several games were played,
everyone joined in a scavenger hunt.
Delicious refreshments of tuna and
pimento cheese sandwiches and
.iueg « r maid claims as hers, in which cocoa were served to the following:
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, November 22, 1935, newspaper, November 22, 1935; Hondo, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563433/m1/2/: accessed March 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.