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The Cougar, Vol. 4, No. 3, October 31, 1930
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Title The Cougar, Vol. 4, No. 3, October 31, 1930
Alternative Title The Cougar, Vol. IV, No. 3, October 31, 1930
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  • Nesmith, R. Willard
Date October 31, 1930
Language English
Description From masthead: "Cougar of The Houston Junior College, Houston, Texas. Established 1928."
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  • College student newspapers and periodicals
  • University of Houston
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  • Houston, Texas
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Identifier LH1.H6 C6; OCLC: 10270243
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  • University of Houston Archives
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Transcript THE COUGAR SPORTS Cougars Schedule Return Game with Teachers College Local Team to Have Grudge Battle with Sam Houston Reserves Saturday on Local Gridiron. The Houston Junior College Cou- , gars will play a return game with the Sam Houston Teachers College, Saturday, November 1, at San Ja- j cinto field. The game will be called at 2:30 p.m. The Cougars are out to avenge a 25-0 drubbing plastered on them last Saturday at Huntsville and Coach Joe Kirk's charges will be in for a busy afternoon. The reserves opened the season with a 24-0 defeat, nanded to them by the San Jacinto Golden Bears. Blinn Memorial College also turned back the Bearkats. But Coach Joe Kirk's proteges promise the Cougar eleven plenty of trouble in the personages of R. H. Burk and Morris Haltom, two 200-pounders who hold down the tackle positions. On November 7, the Victoria Junior College will come to Houston. Little has been heard from the Victoria bunch but lots can be expected. Bryan, Texas, is the next objective of the Cougars, who engage there the Allen Academy Cadets. This struggle will give ample opportunity for action and thrills. The Cadets recently swamped Westminster Junior College 47-0. Allen, Gillman, Lewis, and Pratt shine in the backlield for the academy. One of the strongest opponents of the season will be met on November 15. when the Lutheran Junior College Bulldogs come to Houston. This strong aggregation defeated Kingsville and St. Mary's Rattlers, but lost to the Edinburg Junior College Bronchos. Lutheran also defeated Blinn Memorial 25-0. "Chick" Daimhaus of the backfield seems to be the big threat for the Bulldogs. Another foe, not to be taken too lightly is Coach Nemir's Blinn Memorial Junior College of Brenham, Texas. The Memorial boys sent the S. H. S. T. reserves home with a 13-0 defeat, and did the same to St. Edwards of Austin, 25-0. Dipple and Ware seem to form a very effective passing combination, which the Cougar backfield men will have to watch closely. God by, an end, is also a pass snatcher of merit. He tips the scales at 190 pounds and towers 6 feet 6 inches. Stinclicomb fits in with his mates very nicely, helping to form a dangerous set, which will prove to be destructive unless guarded. H.J.C. Held To Scoreless Tie By Temple Junior College In a game played at San Jacinto field on October 25, the Houston Junior College was held to a scoreless tie by the Temple unior College. But for a bad break In the final minutes of the game, the Cougars would have pushed over the score that meant the game. Inab'lity of the backfield to hold the ball after a lucky t|reak had given the Cougars the ball on their opponents' nine-yard line lost a chance to score as it was first down and goal-to-go. While Temple tallied twice as many ^ first downs as the locals, McKibben, who did the punting for the Cougars. constantly gained from 10 to 20 yards on exchanges of punts. Barziza, Sikes, Kalmans, and McKibben were outstanding for the Junior College. S. HOUSTON NORMAL GAINS 25-0 DECISION ON JUNIOR COLLEGE Cougars Weaken in Final Period Before Hard Driving of Reserve Forwards; Barziza, Marasek and Jones Star. Playing a great defensive game for three periods the Houston Junior College withered in the final period before a slashing running attack by the Sam Houston Teachers College reserves and were swamped by a score of 25-0. Twice the reserves swept up the field in the opening quarter only to be stopped inside tbe five-yard line. The Cougar offense was helpless before the hard-charging reserves' Eor- 'd wall. The Cougars were very unfortunate as not once did they have a chance to open their offense. The reserves piled up 17 first downs to the Cougars' three. Helped with a 15-yard penalty and pass, Walker to Ruff, put the ball on the Cougars' one-yard line as the third quarter ended after three unsuccessful attempts were killed at the line of scrimmage. Dick Richards, piledriving fullback, dove over the line for the touchdown. Speer missed the try for point. Several minutes later Richards scampered around letf end for 30 yards and touchdown. His drop-kick for point was wide. The Cougars, still fighting hard, quit their defensive tactics and open- up their air attack. Walker intercepted one of Bertrand's heaves and runirng behind perfect interference lor 35 yards scored the third touchdown. Walker passed to Irwin for The Cougars played a bang-up defensive game until McKibben, stellar halfback, went out with injuries. Barziza, Jonesi, and Maresek were outstanding for the locals. The line-up: Sam Houston Position Ho. Junior Lowe Warden Left End Hall Maresek Left Tackle Allen Barziza Left Guard Pittman Hensch Center Ager Jones Right Guard Edwards . . . Kalmans Right Tackle Rodgers Matthews Right End Speer Nesmith Quarterback Walker Bertrand Left Half J. Hall Cox Right Half Richards McKibben Fullback Substitutes—Sam Houston: Ruff. Lowe, Clayton, Thompson, M'ddleton, Hodges, Sowers, Malone, Morris, Weatherby, Irvin, Rhoades, Bell, Bennett, Gratebouse; Houston Junior College : Stoddard, Close, Foster, Lowe, Rhodes Winfree, Whitehead, Speer. Referee, Graham (Ames.); umpire, Little (A. and M.); field judge, Camp (Sam Houston); headlineman, Hardy (Sam Houston). Of all the sad surprises, there none that can compare With treading in the darkness oi step that isn't there. Sport Sidelights It is football time and there is a band of huskies that works out every night under the lights of San Jacinto field in an attempt to build a team that will carry the Blue and White of the Junior College through a successful season. Thus far the Cougar team has not shown up as well as was expected but after consideration has been made of the difficulties and hardships under which Coach French and his charges perform, it is found that the team has worked miracles. Practice begins after classes are over every school night and lasts until midnight or later. This is an obstacle to the players who, almost to a man, work at full-time jobs. In spite of this fact, however, tbe members of the squad continue to show their love of the game by meeting regularly and taking their lot with a grin. One of the outstanding players of the team is Donald McKibben who bails from Conroe. "Bone-Crusher'" has come to be known as the backbone of the team and his absence from the line-up in Saturday's game will weaken the team considerably. Heights has made a generous contribution to the team in the personages of Sam Kalmans, "Frog" Barziza, "Platter" Marasek, "Dutch" Jones, Willard Nesmith. and Jimmy Moulden. These six men are certain to see service Saturday and have contributed much to the splendid fight that the team hus thus far shown. Marshall "Vic" Welhorn, a former student from Sam Houston, has been out of the game for some time with a dislocated shoulder but will probably be available for service in another week. Edwin Oshe has also been a victim of injuries and will be unable to take his place in the line-up for a couple of weeks. Bill Cox takes his football seriously and has developed into a hard-hitting fullback who knows how to get an extra yard when needed. Jimmle Moulden was converted from a star trackman at Reagan High into a splendid end who shares the wing positions with Warden and Matthews, tbe two lettermen. Jim Bertrand is the most adept member of the team at running the halfback position as it should he run in those powerful smashes at the tackles that resolve into cub-backs through the secondary defense. SAFETY FIRST Bill Jeter: I'm a different ma: ince I met that girl In New York. Maurine Edninister: How's that? Bill Jeter: I gave her the wron ante and address. HOLMAN ST. BARBER SHOP and BEAUTY PARLOR All Students' Haircuts 35c P. L. Pike D. C. Mayfield 1930 Xmas Cards Now Ready for Selection ORDER EARLY "A PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU" Wilson Two Stores 508 Fannin 1103 Main SCHOOL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES Fountain Pens and Pencils— The Latest Books, Stationery and Gifts—Visit Our Lending Library PILLOTS 1014 TEXAS AVENUE Clifford Whitehead is perhaps the smallest man on the team bat he is also one of the hardest tacklers on the squad. His famous tackle in the Temple game that laid out a big six- footer will go down in the annals of the school as a deed of valor. The team is blessed with a great kid who is doing his college football career a la Grange. Tom Studdert is working for the Port City Ice Company in the wee small hours of the morning when all of the rest of the team Is working hard at getting a few more snoozes out of a perfectly good pillow. Tom is one of the hardest working men on the team and is the best liked as well. In the first football game that he ever played, Tom stood the Baylor Cubs on their ears at Waco in the opening game of the season. Jack Sikes is a relative of the famous All-American end, "Siki" Sikes, who starred at A. and M. a few years ago. Jack plays center and is a bang- up defensive man whose size is a great asset. Samuel "Percentage" Kalmans mans le of the guard positions and does the job in great style. Sam has improved over his style of last year a great deal and has proved to be one of the most consistent players on the squad. The game Saturday should show the Cougars at their top-speed and give tbe Junior College something to talk about in the way of football vic- FOOTBALL When you've seconds to play and its two yards to goal, And you're aching to win in the depths of your soul, Then the quarterback calls for the plunge through the line; A cramp grips your muscles, the sweat makes you blind— But you grit your teeth hard, hunch your shoulders and strain, And you thrill through and through with the love of the game. It's the red-blooded call of it sets you afire. The rending and tearing and foaming desire; The spirits of vikings the seas cast ashore Are revived in the hearts of young manhood once more. For whether the struggle is heavy or light, The gridiron has taught them to put up a fight. FOOTBALL TEAM IS HONORED AT PARTY GIVEN BY STUDENT Games and Dancing Offered at Delightful Party at Home of Nora Lonise Calhoun. Members of the Junior College football squad were honored with a party and dance, Tuesday night, at the home of Nora Louise Calhoun. School colors of blue and white featured in the decorations, supplemented by silver stars hung about the rooms. For those who did not care to dance, games offered diversion for the evening. Hostesses for the affair were: Misses Nora Louise Calhoun, Maj- garet Boyett, Celia and Dorothy Lasky, Nelwyn Turner, Genevieve Weldon, Ceclle Taylor, Irene Kelly, Margaret Mungar, Virginia Williams. Mozcllc .Mc Reynolds. Marian Hanta, Lucille Calcalas, Hazel Taylor. Al- lyne Allen, Llewellyn Ross, Menalee Garrett, Opal Beane, Eleanor Stan- field. The guest list included in addition to the entire squad, Si Shaw, Howard Graham, Mr. Miner, Mr. Dupre, Mrs. Bender. Miss Thomason, Mr. Harris, and Miss Mackey. An Indian Adagio number was given by little Miss Esta Lasky and Barney Jones, pupils of the Lillian McCardell School cf Dancing. WIT AND WISDOM BOOK SHOP "Where Quality, Service and Experience Count" BILAO'S SHOE SHOP Special Attention Paid to Ladies' Shoes A TRIAL IS ALL I ASK PHONE PRESTON 7910 1108 Capitol Avenue WOOD & PURDY SPORTING GOODS COMPANY Athletic Outfitters :: Felt Emblems and Pennants Made to Ordei Hunting and Fishing Supplies Phone Capitol 2613 1317 Capitol Avenue HALLIE PRITCHARD SCHOOL OF DANCING ENROLL NOW STAGE AND BALLROOM CLASSES CONVENIENT FOR YOU Studio 3218 Main St. Phone L. 4432 - H. 0215 THRIF-TE SERVICE FOR THRIFTY PEOPLE THE BEST FOR THE PRICE Suits, 50c — Dresses, 75c and Up SOUTH END CLEANERS AND DYERS B. D. HALL Phone Hadley 8111 W. O. TURNER 312 Tuam Aveni ft
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