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the Cowboys by saying "They
have a tremendous club."
Peacock led the Pokes with 21
points hitting eight field goals
and five of six free throws before
he fouled out with 8:20 left in the
game. Dishman one of the few
Poke starters who didn't get into
foul trouble pitched in 15 points.
Charles McHenry chipped in with
Charles Cleek and Jerry Mor-
gan by far gave H-SU the most
trouble in dunking 27 and 21
points points in that order beside
grabbing a good share of the re-
bounds and playing outstanding
defensively. Jones followed with
The Cowboys also won the
battle of percentages hitting 50.7
per cent of their shots from the
floor and 80 per cent from the
free throw line. ACC. which re-
cently was cited as the nation's
leading team in the field goal
percentage could sink but 47.9
per cent of their field goal at-
tempts and 77.4 per cent from the
McHenry's H-SU's ace 6-3 for-
ward from Fort Worth grabbed
10 rebounds to lead in that de-
partment. Spencer Pickens got
eight for the Cats. The Cowboys
outrebounded ACC by 36 to 31.
The Pokes are now preparing
for another cross-town rivalry
match. They take on McMurry
College's Indians tomorrow (Sat-
urday) night. The eight o'clock
tipoff will be in Abilene High's
ACC (70) FG FT TP
Adams 0 0-0 0
Cleek 10 7- 9 27
Jones 5 3- 4 13
Morgan 7 7- 8 21
Pickens 1 4-6 6
Priest 0 3-33
TOTALS 23 24-31 70
H-SU (80) FG FT TP
Robinzine 4 1-2 9
Dishman 5 5-3 5
Rappard 1 3-3 5
Peacock 8 5- 6 21
Nagy 2 0-14
McHenry 5 1- 1 11
Hales 4 0-13
Forman 1 1-13
Wilburn 2 0-0 4
TOTAL 32 16-20 80
Halftime: ACC 45 H-SU 34.
Fouled out: ACC Cleek; H-SU
-Peacock Nagy Rappard.
Total Fouls: ACC 24; H-SU 21.
Officials: Moore and Shosid.
Cowboys Try to Gun Down
Indians Tomorrow Night
By FRANKLIN BALES
People think that Cowboys and
Indians are through fighting each
other but people who live in
Abilene know better. Each year
the McMurry Indians sneak across
the tracks and battle the Hardin-
Simmons University Cowboys.
The Tribe will be seeking their
first win over the Pokes when
they meet in the Abilene High
School Gym Saturday night at
8 p. m.
Mounted and ready to lead the
Tribe is Preston Vice McMurry's
candidate for Little All-Ameri-can.
Vice has set three major
scoring records at McMurry:
most points in one game 41; most
points in one season 583; and best
season average 22.4.
The 6-0 Garland senior is con-
sidered one of the finest athletes
ever to compete for McMurry. He
is an excellent passer and
shooter and keeps the McMurry
offense moving. Coach Hershel
Kimbrell rates Vice and Russell
Noll another Indian star among
the best in the Southwest.
Noll playing post for two years
will be used as an outside player
some this year. He was second
to Vice in scoring last year av-
eraging 16.4 points a game.
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tramural basketball season and
three more games are scheduled
at 5:30 p. m. today in Rose Field
Two leagues have been formed
according to Director Billie Shir-
ley and her assistant Barbara
Fields. One is for beginner play-
ers in their first year of intra-
mural participation and the other
for those who have had previous
The beginner league consists of
five teams including: Baby Bub-
ble Bouncers Basket Spastics
Dribblers Repeats and Baby
Bugs. Teams in the advanced
league are Lightning Bugs Hun-
ter Hall Bubble Bouncers Six
Shooters Pro Ams Travelers and
Certain specifications have been
made in the rules. For example
a team may not play with less
than five players. A team must
have six players (regular team)
present in order to win a game
by forfeit. However a team must
be present and ready to play
within 10 minutes of playing time
or forfeit the game.
No names may be added to the
team roster after the team plays
its first game. A girl may not
play for a team unless her name
is on that team's roster.
All games are being played in
Rose Field House which is divid-
ed into three courts so that three
games may be played at once.
Court I is the one on the east
end Court II is the middle court
and Court III is located on the
Tonight's games pit Lange Hall
against the Six Shooters on Court
I Lightning Bugs against the
Travelers on Court II and Bubble
Bouncers against the Pro Ams on
With nine lettermen and four
starters returning from a team
that won 15 games last year Kim-
brell believes McMurry could
have one of its most successful
seasons this year.
Vice and Noll will be going
against H-SU's star Henry Pea-
cock who replaced Cowboy star
Clarence McHenry as the lead-
ing scorer. Peacock moved into
the lead after the Abilene Chris-
tian College game when he col-
lected 21 points. McHenry man-
aged only 11 points.
PeacoCk also is the team's lead-
ing rebounder with a 9.4 average.
The H-SU Cowboys try to re-
bound from a 99-92 setback at the
hands of the Oklahoma City
Chiefs when the two clubs meet
in Oklahoma City Monday night.
Remembering the fast breaks
that the Chiefs used to defeat
them in the last game H-SU
will use a pressing defense that
has goaded many opponents into
making numerous mistakes.
Also interesting to watch will
be the defense the Pokes will use
to stop Gary Gray and James
Ware. The two Chiefs blasted
the Cowboy defense in the last
encounter for 21 points apiece.
Their scores were just one less
than Cowboys Clarence McHenry
and Henry Peacock who dusted
the nets for 22 points.
The Chiefs are proud of their
fast moving offense with a lot
of height and dead-eye shooting.
Coach Abe Lemons believes this
one asset has helped the Okla-
homa team win many of their
games this season.
It was the third setback for the
Cowboys who only a few days
before lost to Southwestern Con-
ference power Arkansas and the
Oklahoma University Sooners of
the Big Eight.
The H-SU crew goes into the
game feeling better after having
won their last four games. Okla-
homa City was the last squad to
defeat the Cowboys.
But before the Pokes travel to
the Sooner state they must try
and put down an uprising of Mc-
Murry Indians whom they face in
the Abilene High School Gym
Saturday night in the race for the
Over the holiday season the
Cowboys came out with a 3-1
slate. Their only loss came when
they were outscored by Oklahoma
City University 99-92 in the
Abilene doubleheader. The Pokes
took the first game downing New
Mexico State 91-54. In a Canyon
doubleheader the Cowboys slid
by North Texas State 78-73 and
blasted Idaho State 77-61. In the
last game of the '64 year the
Cowboys rolled past Texas A&I
There are 40000 new summer
jobs available throughout the
United States in 1965.
Students can begin their sum-
mer plans now from information
contained in the 1965 "Summer
Employment Directory" placed in
the student employment office
More jobs are available than
last summer. The pay is up $50
to $100 particularly at summer
for workers at least
age and experienced.
Name and address of employ-
ers positions open and details on
how to apply are contained in the
1965 "Summer Employment
18 years of
Three home games this week
were scheduled to wind up Har-din-Simmons
girls action for the fall semester.
The week's play ends tomorrow
(Saturday) when they host
Weatherford Junior College at 2
p. m. in Abilene Wylie High
Earlier this week the Cowgirls
of Barbara Fields battled Paint
Creek Monday and Lueders
H-SU's unbeaten fern cagers
scored their 12th victory in a row
Tuesday Dec. 15 by beating Eula
54-38. Miss Fields said Tuesday
afternoon "I hope we have a 15-0
record after this week." But she
expressed confidence in her
Barbara Lakey was the top
Cowgirl scorer after the first 12
wins. She had tallied 193 points
for a 16.1 average. Close behind
were Bobby e Powell with 156
points (13.0 average) and Kathy
Smith with 126 (10.5).
Following this week's play the
Cowgirls will not see action again
until Feb. 1 when they host San
Angelo College. Then they prep
for their first tournament of the
year the District 4 Invitational
Feb. 12-13 at Temple Junior
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