The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 3, Ed. 1, Friday, October 3, 1958 Page: 8 of 8
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OCTOBER 3 1958
IN 7 YEAR CAREER
'Grey Goose' Sfs By Gym;
Rests For Porting Wildcats
By ANN PARRISH
That long grey limousine that
sits near Bennett Gymnasium
each day is not a rich boy's road-
ster. For freshmen who are con-
fused that long-grey car is the
ACC "Grey Goose."
ACC uses this stretch car (tho
technical term) for transportation
of athletic teams.
THE "GOOSE" was purchased
In 1951 and cost approximately
It is a specially built Mercury
which has two sections of seats
inserted in the middle of the car.
All of ACC's athletic teams
travel In the "Goose." It has been
in every section of the United
States except the West Coast.
Wildcat teams have ridden in
it to Tennessee Kansas Pennsyl-
vania and Colorado to name but
a few of the points to which the
"Goose" has flown.
ALTHOUGH the "Goose" has
never been Involved In a major
accident it has had its troubles.
In 1951 when Wildcat quarter
back Ted Sitton was driving back
from Laredo a deer hit the back
of the "Goose."
It was never determined which
j suffered the more the deer from
its miscuc or the football boys
from having their "after-game"
I nap interrupted.
The "Goose" has been notorious
for having flats each timo
I "Pinky" Phillips team trainer
gets behind the wheel to drive
the basketball squad to a game.
I AFTER SEVEN years at ACC
last year the "Goose" pulled its
greatest trick on its riders.
' Bill Parrish Baytown junior
. was driving the football team
back when the generator failed.
The boys had to bed down
along the road while waiting
nearly four hours for a mechanic
Maybe after this brief "Grey
Goose" history you will not pon-
der when you see that long grey
streak moving about the campus
and resting by the gymnasium.
In WTS Fair
The Agriculture department
took several honors at the West
Texas State Fair here in Abilene.
In the Hampshire hog division
first place was awarded ACC's
senior gilt. Also sharing top hon-
ors was the Hampshire female
which was a Reserve Champion.
Second place junior gilt and
third place junior boar went to
ACC while in the duroc division
sixth and tenth places went to
In the livestock division second
place went to the ACC Aggies'
senior yearling bull. Also gather-
ing awards were the junior heifer
which took second place along
with the aged cows in third place.
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Kuhnley Wins 4-H Honors
In New Mexico Competition
An ACC Home Economics ma
jor Jenncan Kuhnley was select
ed as the state winner in the New
Mexico girl's Citizenship program
Kuhnley sophomore from Mor-
larty N. M. was chosen as the
winner on the basis of her 4-H
Club record book submitted for
Her book will be sent to a na
tional contest now. There one boy
and one girl will be selected as
the nation's winners In the Citi-
Kuhnley has completed eight
years of 4-H work in a Torrance
In 1957 she was the state dress
revue winner and won an all-expense
paid trip to the National
4-H Club Congress in Chicago.
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