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The Cougar, Vol. 2, No. 1, November 16, 1928
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Title The Cougar, Vol. 2, No. 1, November 16, 1928
Alternative Title The Cougar, Vol. II, No. One, November 16, 1928
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  • Williams, Crawford, Jr.
Date November 16, 1928
Language English
Description From masthead: "Published Monthly by the Students of Houston Junior College of Houston, Texas."
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  • College student newspapers and periodicals
  • University of Houston
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier LH1.H6 C6; OCLC: 10270243
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • University of Houston Archives
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Transcript THE COUGAR Tony Expostulates Gee but those guys get fierce with each other. "Tiny" Wallace, and Kittle-bit" Wood are raising the devil with those subs. The score was seven to nothing, when we arived on the scene, but there goes "Pope" Aleo charging for a touchdown, only to be stopped on the two yard line when he slowed up to clean the mud off hi* The subs can't drive it over, and lose the leather missle one the two inch line. But Aleo will not be cheated and dives grandly over the "last line" after the completion of a lateral pass from "Runt" Bains. These practices of the teams are sure interesting, more of the studes should come out and let the team know you are interested. Speaking of flying feet, have you ever noticed the coach on a dance floor, regular shiek, but we've got th low-down on him. Jones and Scarborough cut quite a caper, when "Red" Elmick and Reeves Sren't around. Johnny Kuritza leads the two Greeks by several gallons, in the punch drinking content, and I guess the rest of the squad is out somewhere necking, for the game was postponed till Monday. Maybe that was the reason for that measly 25-0 score over St. Mary. Too bad about Modisette and Dee getting all broken up over a couple of football games. Better luck next time. "Puss" Jones looks mighty sweet behind that cash register. If I were a girl I might be tt'.npted to kiss him for my supper. "Conductor" Boyd, the street caiman is certainly a knock out with a mustache. He seems to get plenty of feminine attention, too. The sports editor says "Blinn Next" so we say "Get next to Blinn, and Blinn will be next to us." ATHLETES ARE GIVEN BREAKS mis Dee, the star half of the foot- team, suffered a badly broken nose in the St. Mary game. That lad ias had quite a bit of trouble with his 'smeller,' in this fashion, having broken it several times before in athletic contests. Jack Modisette, half-back and stel- r punter of the team, received a broken foot for his efforts in the last Sam Houston Reserve game, Huntsville. Jack displayed quite an amount of grit by staying in, even after the injury had taken place. Lack of a reliable punter kept him in the game. Dean Bob, Sam Houston's negro trainer, was very obliging in tapping Modisette's foot and ankle. That' the spirit we all like to see, especially when we're away from home. Early in the season, Guy Savage, Houston Junior College song-bird and contortionist, rammed a young high school lad in the jaw with his should- The youngster ran on, but Guy silently and softly, as is his way, cursed a broken collar-bone. This was the first serious injury of the year, and counted this man out for remainder of the season. Savage a candidate for center position. INTRA-MURAL SPORTS NOTE Kenneth: "Do you know the secret of popularity?" Dorothy: Yes, but my mother says that I mustn't. Tadlock: D'jew ever shee me before? Alleen: No! Tadlock: Then how do you know it Mushroom i front parlor. what my girl calls her H. J. C. Cougarettes Defeat Reagan Team Miss Mackey led her cougarettes against the Reagan girls in a practice basketball game, and came through with a 20-18 victory. E. Deutch. R. Deutch, Ferrichs, and Mehr wore the outstanding players for H. J. C. Luckie, English, Mask, and Board each did her part. The Coagarettes anticipate an active year in athletics, awl basketball is planned as the headliner, with track as an ex- perinu-nt. Pickett, Jacobs, and Jordan, last year regulars, are expected 'i> report when the season begins for basketball. Girls gym classes arc progressing rapidly. The snappy appearance of the tails' uniforms is partly explained when it becomes known that each girl made her own uniform. Coach Predicts in Track Squad Coach Smith announces a strong track team for 1929. He himself has received national recognition, and planning strong competition for the cinder men. Sadler, Bains, and Savage, of last year's team, will be out, and Jones, Freese, and Dee will probably participate. Coaql Smith says he expects all '29 footb'dl candidates out for track. Agility, stability, and durability are the powers de\ .doped in track, and the coach says no other features are more required in football, and most pigskin followers will agree with him. Coach Smith has worked out an in- tra-mural program for those who are unable to participate in organized sports, providing there is enough interest displayed. For the benefit of those who are unaware of the term intra-mural, it means "within the walls," or in our interpretation, "between classes." In this way many athletes are discovered who otherwise would be left unfound to the sport world. It also creates a spirit that will be in need in later life, a spirit of friendly rivalry for your fellow classmate. Knute Rockne of Notre Dame conducts intra mural contests and from these games he picks his athletic representatives. Rice has them, Texas has them, sc why not Junior College? Come on, fellows, let's talk it up, and put it over. shoot a horse Garland: Would with a wooden leg. M. E.: Nay, I would shoot him a gun. Good morning soaks—The subject for today's lecture is an etiquette problem, "Is it polite for a man to murder his wife while he wears a hat." for a touchdown. Elmick drove the I next two over, and Jones cracked the ice in the second half by a cut-back. It was in the last quarter, when Westminister cut loose with a forward passing attack, Posey, Dorsett, and Johnson making the attempts It was also by their own hands, in his fashion, that Elmick and Jones each intercepted passes, and made long dashes for scores. The line functioned well, with Woods, Wallace, Leigh, and Scarbrough leading the attack. Interference of the line caliber makes stars shine, and the stars shone Monday. The line-up: Westminister—Gordon, If; W. McDonald, It; Burke, Ig; Glover, c; Pace, rg; Willis, rt; Bryan, re; Posey, q; Weaver, le; Dorsett (c), rh; Johnson, f; Houston—Scarbrough, le; Wallace, It; Klaras, Ig; Richards, c; Ragland: rg; Wood (c) rt; Leigh, re; Jones, q; Reynolds, lh; Jeter, rh; Elmick (c), f. The substitutions: Banks for Ragland; Warden for Leigh; Oaks foi Reynolds; Sadler for Scarbrough; Boyd for Oaks; Reeves for Klaras; Also for Elmick; Karitza for Warden ith ■ Gagland for Richards; Peet for Banks; Blair for Reeves; Reeves for Wood Oaks for Sadler; Sadler for Jones; Banks for Peet; Elmick for Oaks; Jones for Sadler; Jeter for Aloeleo; Klaras for Boyd; G. Sadler for Kuri- Football Summary To start the season right, we beat the Sam Houston Reserves 12-0. Wiseman, Dee Jones, Elmick and Wood are mainly responsible for the victory. There were practically no injuries and Coach Smith used the game as a feeler to get the right men for the right positions. And next, sad but true, Blinn Memorial trod heavy on the Cougar's tail Zt a 25-0 count. The first half Blinn swept the Cougars off their feet, but in the second round the cats held them scoreless, and just missed getting off the zero line. However, we have another shot at Blinn. The game will be in Brenham, if you folks want to get in on some real fighting, just drop around and watch the proceedings. The reserves were rather ill-fated, for on a return game at Huntsville, we scalped them 12-0. Dee did the starring on the defense, and the line showed a marked improvement, getting down under many punts in good style. Then the St. Mary boys scalps were hung to the Cougar list by a score of 25-0. Every man was given a chance to show his merit. Looks like the squad will be changed around as a Burt. Reynolds made a fine showing, as did McCloskey, Bains, Boyd and Freese. Aleo made a couple of first downs. The rest of the squad performed well, but they all need more fight. Besides you've all saen the Westminister game, ami are planning for the trip to Brenham to see the "fighting Cougars" pounce on Blinn. HONOR GRADE— 10; Maximum number of B's that may be made for eligibility, 3. Number of courses taken, 4; entire number of grades made during year, 8; maximum number of B's that may be made for eligibility, 2. X.iml.r; of courses taken, 3; entire number of grades made during year, (j; maximum number of B's that may be made for eligibility, 1. Number of courses taken, 2; entire umber of grades made during year, ; maximum number of B's that may be made for eligibility, 0. No student taking less than two courses and no student making a grade 7i C will be eligible to membership in the club. The adoption of these and other rules will be discussed and decided upon at the next meeting, which is to be held at the home of Mrs. Wilcox, at 4312 San Jacinto, at 3 o'clock, November 17. A business session will be held followed by a short program. H. J. C. PLAYERS— (Continued from P*#t forward passing department, of the game, although Elmick intercepted one and ran 18 yards along the side-lines for a touch-down, as did Jones a few minutes later, making a 45 yard sprint of his interception and score. Westminister was unusually fortunate in the third stanza of the contest, when Johnny Kuritza, flashy end, successfully blocked a man, but much to his sorrow was termed tripping by the umpire, and a 15 yard penalty was duly inflicted, placing the ball on the Cougar five yard line. Jeter's kick was rushed, and went out of bounds a foot back of the last- line, giving the opponents 2 points, and placing the ball on the 20 yard line, where it was put in play by a punt, Jeter executing the kick. Jeter's kicking was fairly good at nmes, but the line did not hold as long as Bill's kicks demanded. Jeter and Oaks, by the way, were new men this game and made their first showing a good one. Great things are expected of them. The initial score was made when Banty Scarbrough, picked up a Westminister fumble and raced 30 yards Westminister: Black for Burke; McDonald for Bryan; Cameron for Gordon. First downs; Westminister, 8; Hous ton Junior College, 14. Score by quarters: Westminister ...... 0 0 2 0 5 Houston 6 13 7 13 3! FOLEY BROS. Little Spanish Town Cafe 8th Floor Austin Pharmacy S201 Austin Street E. L. Hardy, Mgr. Phone Hadley 3139 P. E. Wall F. J. Poye Lamar Drug Co. "A Store You'll Like" Main at Lamar— Phones Fairfax 2366-2367 Whitman. Pangburn, Miss Sayler's Chocolates Levy Bros. Dry Goods Co. i THE MODERN j SCHOOL BOY AND GIRL ! CHOOSES CLOTHES ! OF TAILORED j SMARTNESS An ideal place for refreshments when you are in town Woods Corner Pharmacy 3722 Main, Cor. Alabama Phone Hadley 0620 Rettig's Ice Cream | That campus nonchalance May be captured for very little through new co-ed modes from La Mode Style Shoppe just received. The sizes are especially created for undergraduate activities. 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