The Westerner World (Lubbock, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, November 10, 1939 Page: 4 of 6
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THE WESTERNER WORLD
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1939
After its lull last week District
One competition will begin to
flame at its peak as the five con-
tenders turn down the home
stretch. Amarillo and Pampa
clash in wjhat should be a whopp-
er of a battle. Plainview’s ram-
paging Bulldogs invade the camp
Of the Westerners tomorrow
noon. Borger has a rest from
If you’re comparing scores of the
Lubbock, Borger, and Plainview
games and picking the Bronco-Bus-
ters as a forty-point winner over
Plainview, there’s just one little
thing you’ve overlooked. Plainview
played Borger September 29, tied
them 13 to 13, and won on first
downs. Since that time Borger has
been going backward and Plainview
has been gaining power rapidly.
Considering everything from every
standpoint, Lubbock instead 0>f be-
ing a favorite, has about an even-
Stephen rating with Plainview.
Plainview’s line-up tomorrow
the lads to watch are the two
co-captains, Barry, playing at
half, weighing 145, and wearing
number 13, has been tearing the
Bulldogs’ opponents’ line apart!
with his rippihg drives, W. A.
Graiham, number 14, weighs 152
pounds and is rated number one
among District One’s broken-field
runners. His quarter-backing has
steered the Bulldogs very effi-
ciently throughout the season.
Plainview’s forward wall will
be outweighed tomorrow, but,
they took care of such things in
previous games by tjheir jarring
backs and teeth-rattling tackles.
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Westerners Entangle Bulldogs In Districe One Tilt
For 2:30 Saturday
Entering the fray as heavy favor-
ites, Lubbock Senior High's thunder-
ing Westerners take on Coach Ver-
non Hilliard’s fighting band of Plain-
vieiw Bulldogs tomorrow afternoon at
Tech field. The tilt is the third con-
ference game for the Bulldog aggre-
gation. Plainview has won only one
conference game this grid season,
losing to both Pampa and Amarillo
Game time is scheduled for 2:30.
At 2 o’clock American Legion mem-
bers will have a memorial service.
Although defeated in two pre-
vious conference tilts, by Pampa 16-0;
and by Amarillo 15-0, Plainview may
register an upset over Lubbock’s
doubtful Westerners tomorrow after-
noon in an Armistice Day game. The
Plainview squad, although possibly
outweighed by the locals present a
threat to any class AA team. In
losing to Pampa Plainview picked up
more yardage than the Pampa crew,
only to come upon the short end of
the score. In the Amarillo tile the
Sandies capitalized on the Bulldog
fumbles for nine of their 15 points.
The Westerners who have played
one game this season with their en-
tire first team rolled over Borger
last Saturday, 40-0. In their first
conference game the Bronc Busters
took Pampa 6-0. Lubbock’s due to
begin the game tomorrow in full
strength having suffered no ma
injuries in last weeks gam^
When Coach Vernon Hilliard and his fighting Plainview Bulldogs
invade Lubbock tomorrow co-captain Graham, left, and Andy Martin,
right, will spark the line-up. Graham, plays quarterback and Mar-
tin isi slated to start at rigfht tackle in the Armistice Day fray at Tech
NTST Choir To Give
Program In Senior High
November 27, the “A Capella’'
Choir Of North Texas State Teachers
at Denton will appear in the Senior
High school auditorium at 8 o’clock
The Lubbock Music club is sponsor
ing this prgram.
Dr. Wilfred C. Bain conducts the
choir. His conducting has won much
recognition for the group. y
The choir has made 60 appearances
in the last twelve months, and they
have appealed on seven radio pro-
grarns over station WFAA, Dallas.
A capella” means singing with-
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Charles Bell’s Team Is
Emerging winners in the close but
fast moving round robin pass and
touch football tournament were
Sammy Tate’s and Woodie Tudor’s
teams each of their respective divis-
ions. Tied for second place in Tud-
or’s division was Wayne Lacy’s team
and that of Billy Martin. Three
teams ended in a tie for second in
fate’s division, that of O. B South-
ard, that of Pat Davidson, and that
of Cleveland Cobb. ,
Finishing as lightweight champ-
ion was Charles Bell’s team. Sec-
ond was Lovern Curlee’s team: third
was Worth Zacahary's team; fourth
*v-ci,s Ruius Lush's team, and in the
cellar was Olin Monk’s team.
Due co the three-way tie, the final
championship playoff iwas not start-
ed Wednesday as had been planned,
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The Westerner World (Lubbock, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, November 10, 1939, newspaper, November 10, 1939; Lubbock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth662405/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lubbock High School.