The Westerner World (Lubbock, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1944 Page: 3 of 4
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1944
THE WESTERNER WORLD
by Johnny Cole
The Westerner “B’’ team lrtd
a little bad hick Saturday when
the Wclfforth ftve upset them
in tournament play.
Congratulations, to the Western-
ers on their victory over a high fly-
ing and hard-fighting New Deal
five. Keep up the good work.
Johnny Davis, pole-vault star,
vaulted so high the other day he
broke the pole trying to get
more altitude. Johnny now
carries a parachute on all
Bobby Winkels, Plainview center,
has an offer to attend Texas uni-
versity next fall and play football.
Best of luck to you, Bobby.
The Cowhands turned on a
f ne showing last week against
the Idalou “A” team and held
them to a 26 to 20 score with the
Idalou filve on the top side of
According to certain reliable
sources, Homer Lawson is quite a
basketball star as well as a good
Bill Cope and “Mandy” Mand-
erson are leadi ng the Westerner
cagers in the scoring depart-
ment. Westernettes’ depart-
Train For Meet
Lubbock High school will be try-
ing for a district win this year in
track with five returning lettermen
and a full string of likely prospects.
Daily practice sessions are held
each afternoon at Chapman field.
The boys jog a couple of laps to
loosen up their leg and stomach
muscles and then get down to bus-
iness with 50- and 100- yard sprints,
broad jumps, high-jumps, discus
throwing, shot-put, 440-yard relay,
440-yard dash, 220-yard dash, and
Under the supervision 6f Coach
“Shorty’’ Hayhurst, the boys are
showing up well in the workouts.
Returning lettermen are Johnny
Davis, A. L. Graham, Bobby Mar-
tin, Burl Moore, and Bill Cope. Al-
though Burl and Bill are now play-
ing basketball, they will be out with
the rest of the team at the end of
the basketball season.
Other likely prospects are John
Sesqums, Lee Pharr, Milton Butler,
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The recent Golden Gloves tourna-
ment, held at the Tech gym last
week, provided plenty of thrills.
Wayne Raney, a Lubbock High
school lad, was defeated in his sec-
ond fight but proved to be a major
threat. Joey Music, another light
heavyweight from Lubbock, won
all his fights, making him eligible
to compete at the Fort Worth
tournament next week. Mark Dick-
inson, also from L.PLS., though de-
feated in his second fight, proved
his ability as a boxer.
Mike Sellen, local track pros-
pect, has accepted a job of help-
ing the stranglers across the
finish line. Mike thinks that
since he is always last he might
as well help the others.
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All Time Basketball Team
Chosen By 'Pinkey’ Lowrey
Mr. E. J. “Pinkey” Lowrey has done it again.
In his 25 years as a student and teacher in Lubbock
High, Mr. Lowrey has seen the best of the schools ath-
eletes perform. Qualified as he is, Mr. Lowrey has fol-
lowed up on his.selection of an all time Westerner foot-
ball team, with an all time basketball squad.
___ The team is composed of the fol-
New Deal Team 35-34
In the closest game of the sea-
son the Lubbock Westerners were
able to nose out a hard fighting Forwards: Orvil Lee Oden 1935-37
Forwards: Rupert Hayes—1925-2(6
Guards: Cecil Kelsey—1927-28
Center: Roland “Tuffy” Nabors—
New Deal five one point in a 35 to
34 thriller at New Deal Friday night.
Previous games this season with
high school competition have shown
that the every-ready Westerners
can come from behind when the go-
ing is tough to upset the leading
The score was tied moist of the
evening with both teams trying to
get under way. New Deal led the
scoring for the first few minutes,
but after this it was a fight to the
Bill Cope, the wild man of the
ion Manderson, Bill’s running mate,
was second with eight points.
The Black and Gold showed plenty
of team work and spirit which is
typical of the Lubbock High school
talk about the
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Lt. Jessie Gardner, working at
the induction center, will teach
military drills which the WA
CS receive while training. These
drills will be taught at the 1:30
and 2:30 o’clock classes for the
next six (weeks.
Lt. Gardner is from Rome,
Georgia, and lias been in the
service for nearly sixteen mon-
ths. She began teaching the
Guards: Earnest Dowell 1928-29
Virgle Simmons 1936-37
Center: Wayne Castleberry 1924
Mr. Lowrey wishes to stress that
this year’s team is not considered
in the above list.
Coming in a latter issue is Mr.
. Lowrey’s choice for an all time
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Officer’s elected in Miss Nell
Marie Wiley’s guidance are presi-
dent, Marion Manderson; vice presi-
dent, Clifton Riek, secretary and
treasurer, Pauline Lokey; reporter,
court, was able to hit the basket for Homer Lawson, Jane Gordon, and
13 points to lead the scoring. Mar- Joe.
The morning classes are less for-
tunate than the afternoon classes:
they are to continue their unit on
The exercises at the beginning
of each period have been resum-
ed and more sore legs, arms,
and backs are bothering the
Athletic Alice: Betty Mackey
The 8 o’clock P. E. class was
suddenly interrupted by an air
raid last Thursday when air-
planes floated down onto the
Boys in the corrective gym
class werje making paper air-
planes and sailing them onto the
The girls had a hard time
playing ball because the airplan-
es would go in front of them,
obstructing their vision.
There are still a few towel fees
unpaid. These should be paid be-
cause they cause every one a lot
(continued on page four)
Gladys Holloway was elected pres-
ident, Norma Murry, vice president;
Mrs. R. B. Luker, treasurer; Ken-
neth Williams, parliamentarian; and
Lareta Maner, secretary in the
guidance election held in Mrs. Luk-
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The Westerner World (Lubbock, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1944, newspaper, February 11, 1944; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth662357/m1/3/: accessed March 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lubbock High School.