The Simmons Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 31, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 13, 1922 Page: 3 of 4
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Cowboys Break Even
With Daniel Baker
(Con'lnued from page one.)
when Mitchell made a clean tingle Meal
Ing second. Blair failed to do any good
but Withenpoon aent a drive to the out
field. Holllngsworth fumbled the ball
and Mltchel scored.
In the sixth Yeager rapped out a long
one to deep right that sent htm to third
base. A bad throw to third sent him
scurrying lilmc and a close decision at
the plate retired the locals. In the eighth
Yeager sent a double to deep left. Tay-
lor coming up next rapped the first ball
over the ball hitting within three feet of
the top of the left field fence. Yeager
scored and Hull retired the locals.
Simmons ab h r e a po
Tabor ss . . 4 0 0 2 S 0
McAllister c ... : . 4 0 0 0 14
Randel 1 3 0 0 0 0 18
Holllngsworth m 3 0 110 0
Gibson 1 ... .. 3 0 0 0 0 1
Yeager 2 .... .... 2 2 10 2 1
Taylor t.i .3 2 0 0 0 1
Hull 3.. ...3 0 0 0 2 2
Hunter p 3 0 0 0 4 0
Total ' 28 4 2 3 14 27
Daniel Baker ab h r e a po
Withenpoon ss ........ 4 0 0 1 2 3
Blyrin 2 .. .. 3 0 0 113
. Lcniay m .. 4 0 0 0 0 2
'Lane c .... .. 4 0 0 0 0 11
Denny 1 10 0 0 0 6
Page'l U... 3 0 0 0 0 0
Bates 3 3 0 0 0 11
'Mitchel r : . 3 10 0 0 0
Blair p. (. ;3 00000
.' Total 30 1 1 2 4 24"
Simmons .. 010 000 01 2 4 3
Daniel Baker 001 000 0001 1 2
Summary: Runs Yeager Holllngsworth
Mltchel; three base hits Yeager; two base
hits Taylor Yeager; struckbut by. Hunter
4 by Blair 9; bases on balls off Blair 1.
Hit by pitcher Blynn (by Hunter). Er-
rors Tabor 2 Holllngsworth lj Wither-
spoon 1 Blynn 1. Left on bases. Sim-
mons .5 Daniel Baker 4. Umpire: Green.
L. Johnson started the second game
' in the box fcfr Simmons and In the first
inning allowed four hits that resulted in
'three runs. Taylor's error in right field
.caused by a twisting grounder let two
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of the runners cross the plate.
In the second Inning Taylor relieved
Johnson and immediately began shut-out
ball sending three men in succession to
the bench by way of the strike-out route.
Witherspoon for Daniel Baker pitched a
good brand of ball throughout letting the
Cowboys down with three hits. A string
of errors by White and a bad throw by
Mltchel to Bates' accounted for two of the
Simmons scored in the third inning
when McAllister got on through an error
by White. Randel got a scratch hit over
first sending McAllister to third. Mltchel
threw wild to Bates McAllister scoring
and Randel going to second. Gibson .got
on through White's error. Taylor then
rapped out a two bagger scoring Randel
From the third inning the game settled
down to a fight between Taylor and With-
erspoon. Errors in the infield and out-
field were frequent behind both pitchers
and the major i)art of the work was left
up to the hurlers.
Daniel Baker scored again in the sixth
when Taylor let Lemay lilt safely Lane
rapped out a hard one Lemay scoring.
Thq defense tightened however and the
visitors were retired without further dan-
ger. Tilings seemed to be picking up again
in the seventh when 'Taylor rapped out a
long drive to the left field fence. Ash-
burn was playing deep and the heavy
Simmons hitter was caught in a close de
cision trying to stretch the clean single
Into a two-bagger. Witherspoon tightened
and retired the remainder of the Simmons
batters in quiqk order.
1 lie scoring:
McAllister c ......
Randel 1 .........
Gibson 1 .. ...
Taylor .r-p ..
Kennedy r .....
Hunter .. .
Total .31 3 3 7 27
Hunter batted for Holllngsworth in 9th.
Cook batted for Hull in ninth.
Witherspoon p .
Lane c .......
Denny 1 .
SIMMONS COLLEGE is a child of the West. She was born and reared in the atmosphere of the plains and
her .vision for service and usefulness is as far flung as the horizon that marks the limit of. the plains. Her spirit
is as-democratic and charitable as the characteristic spirit of the plainsman who nurtured her in infancy and who
rejoices in her present usefulness. Her ideal is to train a generation of men and women who will mean to the
world in service what the plainsman' has meant to the West. '"."
FOR THIRTY YEARS she has struggled with the
influence in the educational affairs of the state and nation that commands recognition The faculty plant or-
ganization and morale are in keeping with the recognition she merits and has received.
SIMMONS BELIEVES in co-education and Christian education and that the two ideas go hand in hand.
THE LITERARY COURSE covers a wide range of subjects leading to tjie Bachelor of Arts degree with the
privilege to major in the social or natural sciences languages or mathematics. Domestic Art and Domestic
Science are offered to women. A conservatory of Fine Arts is a part of the plant and organization and teachers
of the rarest training and ability serve therein.
.SIMMONS COLLEGE is not a child of the future she is a Hying potent pulsating throbbing fact proud vof;
tradition conscious of
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Bates 3 ............ ...... 3 0 0 0 2
Mitehel r ... ....... ....... 4 0 0 0 0
White ss .. 4 0 0 3 1
38 6 4 4 27
Summary Struck out: By Witherspoon
7 Taylor 8. Bases on balls: Off Taylor 2
Withenpoon 3 Johnson 1. Innings pitch-
ed: Taylor 8 Johnson 1. Errors: White 3
Lane Randel Tabor 2 Taylor Holllngs-
worth Hull 2. Hits: Taylor 2 Randel
Lane 3 Lemay 2 Denny. Umpire: Green.
TO BE FRIDAY NIGHT
STEPHENSON AND DAVIS WIN-
NERS OVER LOUISIANA TO
The second annual debate with Phillips
University of Enid Oklahoma will be
held in the Auditorium of Abilene Hall
Friday plght Simmons being represented
by W. A. Stephenson and B. Locke Davis.
These two men debated the same ques-
tion with Louisiana State College recent-
ly and won an easy decision.
The question to be discussed is: "Re-
solved: That the Conercss of the United
States should enact legislation prohibiting
immigration for a period of two years."
Simmons upholds the affirmative.
The Phiilipian representatives to come
to Abilene are F. G. Latchaw and Ross'
Griffeth. Phillips has also debated this
question previously and during the past
year has won two out of the' three debates
The debate iicre Friday night is a re-
turn engagement for a discussion held be-
tween the two schools at Enid last year.
Simmons took the short end of the decision
there last year and must take the decision
here if an even break is to be made in the
THOSE WE KNOW.
Big Ben was a visitor on the campus
Wayne Williams spent the week-end at
his home in Snyder.
William Howard Teaff honored the city
with his presence last week end.
Joe Bob Golden is making a short visit
with his brother in Port Worth.
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Howard Payne. Debate. '
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The Simmons Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 31, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 13, 1922, newspaper, May 13, 1922; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth97825/m1/3/: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.