The H-SU Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 7, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 1, 1941 Page: 3 of 4
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November 1' 1941
RANCHERS BATTLE WEST TEXAS STATE
Buffaloes Boast Perfect
Record In Previous Play
The Border Conference spotlight moves to Abilcno tonight as
two of the league's three unbeaten teams Hartlin-Simmons and West
Texas State meet in a traditional clash on Parramorc field at 8:00.
Confident that this is the year to gain revenge for some of their
mniiy defeats the Cowboys have handed them through tho years the
Buffalo team will be escorted by its band and bus loads of supporters
m. BRtl!cnns !inve tlonc tllcir l)art t0 set the ideal stage for the game.
ino uunaiocs nave come tlirougli
having defeated Arizona State of
liy SHEKWYN McNAIR -
Tho two victories over Centenary
and Texas Mines and the tic with
strong San Joae proved definitely
that tho Woodson system is installed
at Hardin-SImmons and that tho Cow
boys are once more rolling along tho
Fans who couldn't understand why
tho Cowboy team lost two consecutive
games at tho beginning of this sea-
son following an amazing undefeated
untied record of last year did not
realize that 13 outstanding players of
that amazing 1040 team graduated
and that a new coach and a new
system took over this year.
Coach Woodson has accomplished
tho seemingly impossible by so defi-
nitely establishing such a completely
new offensive system in tho short
length of time he has been at Hardin-
Simmons. Tho big scores that the
Cowboys ran up against Centenary
and Texas Mines arc duo largely to
strategic substitutions made by Wood-
son. Tonight tho most important con-
ference game of the week and prob-
ably tho Cowboys' most important
game of tho year will be played on
Parramore field. A perfect stage has
been set by both the Cowboys and the
The Buffaloes have a perfect all-
season record and only tonight's bout
can spoil their chances of at least a
tie for first place.
Reports from Canyon indicate that
tho West Texas student body thinks
this is definitely their year against
Hardin-Simmons as well as other op-
ponents and they believe their team
will avenge itself for the" 13 times
II-SU has defeated their school in tho
past. Incidently statistics of the an-
cient rivalry show that West Texas
has defeated the Cowboys only twice
during their many meetings.
The importance from tho Border
conference angle 'is that the winner
of tonight's battle will" probably tie
with Arizona University for tho cham-
pionship and maybe receive a bid to
the Sun Bowl on New Year's day.
Only conference game remaining on
the Cowboys' schedule is tho under-
rated Arizona State of Tempo and
the Buffaloes have only the Texas
Mines to contend with.
At least three major teams will ap-
pear on tho Cowboy 1942 schedule.
Games with Texas Tech Baylor and
SMU are definite and a game with
another Southwest conference team
Admittance to the Border Circuit
certainly raised our football standard
this year and with next year's tough
line-up Hardin-Simmons will definite-
ly bo raised from the class of minor
Tho main drawback to -the Cow-
boys' rating- is the annual game with
Our representative Irving Cum-
bie says: 'Tor "Thunder Rock"
your date will appreciate beau-
tiful flowers." Remember it's
W. C. Fisher
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
126 Pine Abilene Texas
the season with a perfect record
Tempo New Mexico A. & M. and
iiuKoum icncners isOiicgo in confer-
ence battles. They havo successfuly
come through other clashes with Okla-
homa City U. Fresno Stato and West
Colorado State. The Canyonitcs' per-
fect record dates back to their Hardin-Simmons
game last year when
the Ranchers defeated them 28-7.
Coach Woodson's boys walloped
Texas Mines 44 to 14 in their first
confcrcnco game last week to make
tho conference anglo of tonight's
clash all important.
From tho standpoint of seasonal
records West Texas brings its team
to Abileno as tho favorite with fivo
wins in a row.
However a glance at tho past
records of Cowboy-Buffalo clashes
show that Woodson's team has not
lost to the Buffaloes sinco 1024.
This year's West Texas team claims
the nations leading scorer in Wee Ben
Collins. Collins has scored 87 points
in five games.
While Collins is due to take over
tho main offensive chores for the
Buffs scouting notes indicate that
Fullback Sanders though far behind
Collins in scoring may be every bit
as dangerous as his more celebrated
The Cowboys came out of last
week's battle physically well. Gaylo
Campbell hurt in the San Jose game
is rounding into condition as is Jug
Bennett classy guard. Max Nunn
bothered with a kneo injury all season
rchurt his leg in the game last week
and will probably be unavailable for
tho game. Tommy Chadwick who
missed a couple of practice sessions
this week because of illness will prob-
ably be in shape tonight.
In 15 meetings since 1021 Hardin-
Simmons has won 13 and the Can-
yon eleven two. Tho scores: 1921
H-SU 28 West Texas 0; 1022 H-SU
35 West Texas 9; 1923 H-SU 0
West Texas 6; 1924 H-SU 0 West
Texas 12 j 192C H-SU 3 West Texas
2; 1927 H-SU 7 West Texas 0; 1928
H-SU 25 West Texas G; 1929 H-
SU 14 West Texas 12; 1930 H-SU
2G West Texas C; 1032 H-SU 0
West Texas 0; 1933 H-SU 6 West
Texas 0; 1937 H-SU 40 West Texas
0; 1938 H-SU 39 West Texas 0;
1939 H-SU 18 West Texas 13; 1940
H-SU 28 West Texas 7.
Howard Payne. Although tho Yel
low Jackets are definitely below our
lovel they play far above their usual
ability when the Hardin-Simmons
game rolls around and as result the
score is always close. '
Even though the cancelling of this
game would spoil an aged rivalry and
ideal Homecoming tilts for both
schools it is still true that the Cow
boys can never hope to definitely en
ter the upper brackets of football un-
less this game is made a warm-up
bout for tho Cowboys.
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Front row J. P. McMahan halfback; Louis Conrcy halfback; Dalbert Barron end; Ben Collins halfback; Clctus Kuehler tnrkln ) . ...(.
Fairy Hill halfback and co-captain; Joed Forbus guard; Larry Sanders fullback; Billy Hall halfback; Mack Winter blocking back "-"Pni
Second row Chock Smith back; Talmadge Pounds fullback; Virgil Kclley guard; Buford Emlcr. end- Wallnco AlUn L n n n
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Back row-Leslie Van Meter assistant coach; Walter Word end; William Flowers halfback; Ralph Owens guard; Clark WaK end- r M
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Cowboys Tied For
First In Border
Results of last week's Border Con-
ference games placed three teams in
a tic for first place.
Tho Hardin-Simmons Cowboys
came through their first league game
with a 44 to 14 victory over Texas
Mines and took their place along with
Arizona State and West Tcxos State
on the undefeated list.
Arizona's Wildcats polished off
Arizona State of Tempo 20 to 7 in
the first meeting of tho teams in
four years. West Texas drubbed Ari-
zona State of Flagstaff 27 to 0 with
Wee Ben Collins of the Buffs adding
15 points to his total to run it up to
87 for tho season. He ranks as the
nation's high scoring back.
Texas Tech trounced New Mexico
3G to 0 at Lubbock in a "grude"
session that squared things for the
only defeat in 11 starts the Lobos
handed out to the Red Raiders last
year and provided the fifth win in
a row for Coach Dell Morgan's rumb
Going intcrscctional New Mexico's
Aggies failed to score in a game with
Bradley Tech at Peoria 111. losing
This week's conference games are
the H-SU-Wcst Texas game here the
Texas Mines tilt at Arizona and the
New Mexico Aggies-Flagstaff clash
In intcrscciional engagements Tech
journeys to Miami New Mexico en
tertains Nevada at Albuquerque and
Tempo travels to Greeley Colo. to
meet Greeley state.
lorder Conference Standing
GAMES THIS WEEK
West Texas Stato at Hardin-
Simmons. Texas Mines at Arizona.
New Mexico Aggies at Flagstaff
Nevada at New Mexico.
Texas Tech at Miami.
Tempo at Greoley State.
RESULTS LAST WEEK
Hardin Simmons 44 Texas
West Texas Stato 27 Flagstaff
Texas Tech 30 New Mexico 0.
Arizona 20 Tempo 7.
Bradley Tech 2G New Mexico
W T Stato -3
N. Mexico 2
Texas Tech 0
Tex. Mines 0
N. M. Ags 0
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Freshmen Drill For
Tech After Drubbing
San Angelo l6-7
Although hampered by injuries the
hard-fighting freshmen team of
Coach "Moon" Mullins' is high in
spirit over their approaching battle
with tho Texas Tech freshmen to be
played on Parramoro field November
13. Ralph Marmolejo guard; Arthur
Burleson end; Amos Gray back; and
Parramore Sellers back aro all out
with injuries but will have a two
weeks rest in which to recover.
Tho freshman team has won two
games and lost two. They dropped
tho season opener to N. T. A. C. 10-7
came back tho next week to whip
West Texas freshmen 13-0. Tho fol-
lowing week they wero nosed out by
Weatherford Junior College 20-19.-
With high spirits they rumbled over
the strong Sun Angelo Junior Col-
lego eleven 16-7. Rudolph Mobley
the Paducah flash has been the spark
plug of tho team's offense. Ho has
been getting plenty of assistance
from Amos Gray Johnny Allsup
Johnson Cook and Sellers in the
backficld while tho wliolo frosli lino
has played good ball.
You can depend on Coach Mullins
sending a team on tho field with fire
in their eyes ready to whip Tech.
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Play SMU Next
H-SU Graduate Manager Gib San-
defer flow in from Corpus Chrlsti
this week with tho contract for the
Cowboys' second Southwest Confer-
ence game of the '42 campaign; a
game with Southern Methodist Uni
versity to be played at Corpus Octo
ber 9 under the sponsorship of tho
Corpus Chrlsti junior chamber of
In tho past few years the Cowboys
havo met only two or three foes in
the so-called major school classifica
tion. Tho 1942 schedule still incom-
plete will be the roughest ever un-
dertaken by the Ranchers.
A game with another Southwest
Conference team is tentative.
In addition to SMU and Baylor
next year's schedule includes Texas
Tech Texas Mines West Texas and
Arizona Stato of the Border Confer
ence Howard Payne North Texas and
Louisiana Tech. The Cowboys plan
to play at least an 11 -game schedule.
The annual game with the Cen
tenary Gents is to be worked into the
program and the switching of a date
is all that stands in the way of clos-
ing tho deal for a game with tho Uni
versity of Arizona another Border
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INITIAL BORDER TILT
Game 19-6 Tuesday
In the only intramural touch foot-
ball game played this week the
Wrambling Wrecks defeated the Ha-
ven of Rest 19 to G.
Another game scheduled for Thurs-
day was called because of dampness.
The Wrambling Wrecks who fin-
ished the first half in third place
scored twico in the first quarter and
once in tho last to ring up their side
of the score.
The Haven of Rests' lone tally came
in the first period when Brannon
took advantage of a fumble and
scored. Wrambling Wreck counters
were made by two passes both from
Bonner to Hunt and by a kickoff run
Three games will probably be play-
ed next week to make up for the one
The line-ups: Wrambling Wrecks
Leonard Aubrey Stell Chalker
Staccy Hunt Bonner Kcctcr and
Owens; Haven of Rest Brannon
Howell McCoy Arroyo Brown Cur-
ry Foley and Fauntlcroy.
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The Hardin-Simmons Cowboys
mixed bone-crushing power with aerial
razzle-dazzle to ring up an over-
whelming 44 to 14 victory over Texas
Mines in the initial Border 'Confer
ence games at El Paso Saturday.
The win sent Hardin-Simmons into
a three-day tie with tho University
ol Arizona and West Texas State In
the conference flag race.
The Cowboys showed too ruffeed
and speedy a running irame for the
Miners and were superior in the air.
ihe only department in which the EI
Pasoans excelled was in punting.
Owen Price Mines quarterback and
leading punter in the nation last sea-
son had a 4-yard average in the
The Cowboys scored in every per-
iod. In the opening quarter Strib-
llng dived over from the two after
Evans passed to II. C. Burrus for 24
yards. Evans also plunged over from
the two in this period. Evans scored
from tho one in tho second period and
Stribling went 14 on a reverse for his
second touchdown in this quarter.
Truitt Rattan who turned out an
amazing performance at left tackle
was the principle figure in ganging
Price behind his own goal lino for a
safety in the third quarter.
A 30 yard pass from Evans counted
for six points early in tho fourth
quarter and Chadwick made the final
marker on a seven-yard plunge.
The Miners were able to get their
passing attack working spasmodically
scoring in the second and fourth per-
iods. Jim Wardy passed to Jack Tel-
ford for 21 yards and tho first touch-
down and Price plunged over from
the two after a series of passing
plays carried tho Miners more than
half tho length of the field.
The gun saved the Miners from a
worse defeat as the Cowboy second
string had advanced to the two-yard
stripe when the game ended.
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