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Title The Cougar, Vol. 6, No. 3, November 9, 1932
Alternative Title The Cougar, Vol. VI, No. 3, November 9, 1932
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  • Julian, James L.
Date November 9, 1932
Language English
Description From title page: "Published by the journalism students of the Houston Junior College."
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  • College student newspapers and periodicals
  • University of Houston
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • 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 PAGE FOUR THE COUGAR OUR SPORTING WORLD Melcher Would When Lefoy Melcher was a small lad, he read many advertisements in the paper concerning alcohol rub- downs. Melcher believed that by rub- ting his muscles with alcohol they would expand and get stronger. So he bought a large bottle, and now spends the entire day rubbing the fluid over his body. And the big laugh is that Melcher claims that he gained abnormal strength overnight. Golf Is Popular This golf tournament has all the earmarks of a first class affair. Bud Steeger has quite a number of names on the entry list and if only half this crowd plays it will make a tine tournament. The added name of E. V. Stough should be a note of interest. This Stough lad is quite accomplished in athletics. He is one of the leading sailors at the Houston Yacht Club and handles a boat like a veteran. His swimming is not short of sensational, while his diving is a smooth exhibition of grace and case. Stough has entered in the tennis tournament and we prophesy that his name will be in the upper bracket when everything is over. Smart Guy On Ed Boyles' first day in physical education Coach French asked him if he took a shower bath? Ed turned around to the coach with a look of surprise on his face and asked, "No, why :s there one missing?" Girls Should Know This writer plans on asking 10 popular girls in the school 10 simple questions about football, and will publish it in next issue of "Our Sporting World". This should prove interesting to see if the girls understand what it's all about at a football game. Watch for that story. The answers ought to be good for many laughs. Some Flayer Vernon Scott' has his eye on the golf tournament. "Scatty" is quite adept with the clubs as well as the saxophone. When members of the orchestras that played at the Rice Roof this summer were hunting for a little competition on the links, Vernon gave them all the competition they could ask for and a little extra. Sailor Boy H. V. Baker is another sailor hailing from the Houston Yacht Club. Baker figured prominently in the races held at the club throughout the summer. Tennis Tourney Picking a winner in the girls' tennis tournament appears to be a toss-up. The entry list is large and many of the femmes are accomplished players. Who will win is just a guessing matter. It's a good bet that some unknown will carry off high honors. Buse Makes Good We are all thrilled to learn that Charles Buse, last year graduate of H. J. C, is now recognized as one of the leading prospects of the University of Texas' tennis team. ■ Charles' ability at tennis has developed so rapidly that he has aroused much interest and curiosity, and many who have seen him express the opinion that he is a genius. Those who are familiar with the tennis talent at Austin can easily imagine what Charles is making a showing against. Buses' styla of play closely resembles that of Vines, for his drives are deep and fast. When pressed for points, he follows fast flat serves to the net for smashes. His vollying is exceptionally accurate in finding corners. When questioned, Charles explained that his recent success in deieating ranking players of tue university is due to serious application and determination. * Buse is an active all around sporw- man. Though he does not play football, he attends all the big games. Besides this, he is an accomplished dancer. Ask any attractive girl to explain why his nickname is "Gigolo Buse." By the way, many wonder if Charles is sponsible for the enlarged enrollment of girls at "Texas" this year. So you see he has other hobbies. Boost Swimming Swimming is not getting the proper esponse that it should. With a fine pool at their disposal, the classes are iglecting to take advantage of this opportunity. The winters in Houston mild and short and before soon another J. C. tank team will be organ- zed. Two capable instructors are there to help in any way possible. Take a plunge now and then, it's free, and swimming is one of" the most healthy, muscle building sports there is. Former H. J. C. Students Gaining Recognition at Various Senior Schools Harry Matthews, former J. C. star athlete, is on the rampage up at Southwestern College where he is now attending school. The football mentor tells us that "Dog" has played in every e and has figured vitally in his team's victories. But on the side "Dog" seriously turning in some fine grades .especially in German. He hopes to conquor this language in short or- so he will be able to open an old fashioned German beer palace as soon prohibition is a thing of the past. You cannot be a "big shot" in Georgetown unless you are a "frat" man, so Dog" has hooked up with the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity and is a charter member. Charles Buse is another former "cellmate" who is making good at sports away from Houston. Buse is attend- Texas University and has entered the tennis world with much interest. Buse plays with some of the ranking stars at Texas and his game has been improving nicely. Under the fine tutorship of the university tennis :oach, Buse is rapidly bringing his game up to championship caliber, and who knows but what he may he "one of them things" in Texas University sport circles? Jas. Coulson: I wish I could dance like this forever. Lillian Schwartz: Don't you want to improve? SHAMPOO AND SET 50c Special Price?, on Permanent Wavei $3.50, $5.00 and $7.50 READ'S BEAUTY SHOPPE COME AND EAT AT THE San Jacinto Cafe Where Home Cooking Prevails Holman Ave. and LaBranch St. C. A. SCANLAN, Prop. ALMEDA PHARMACY Phone Hadley 8194 Holman at LaBranch HOUSTON, TEXAS CLEANING LAONDKY DYEING Neighborhood Cleaners 1431 Richmond 712 West Cray Phono Lehigh 9347 HAT SALE NEW HATS - $5.00 Grade - $2.00 HOUSTON HAT CO. 1100 PRAIRIE HUMOR Mother: You let that man kiss you in the drawing room! Virginia Gotten: Well, hang it, mater, you must be considerate; the hall is so cold. The Preacher: I shall speak on "Married Life" at the morning service, and "Eternal Punishment"' in the evening. Henpecked (in a whisper): Sheer repetition. If all the college boys who sleep in class were placed end to end they would be much more comfortable. Proud Parent: Hov, do I know that you are not marrying my daughter for my money? Elmer Hamilton: We are both taking a risk. How do I know you won't fail in a year or so. Malcolm P. (calling on a chemist friend): How is that last case of stuff I left to be analyzed? Chemist: Besht shtuff I ever analyze d—wh oope e! The list of prize winners at a recent picnic read: Mrs. Smith won the ladies' rolling pin contest by hurling a pin for 75 feet. Mr. Smith won the hundred yard dash. Mistress (to new maid): We have breakfast generally about 8 o'clock. New maid: Well, mum, if I ain't down to* it, don't wait. Mary B.: Did you ever meet a man whose touch seemed to thrill every fibre of your being? Fairfax: Yes, the dentist. To be a college-bred, means a four year loaf, requiring a great deal of dough, as well as plenty of crust. Fred Aebi: I'd like to get off something sharp. Hamp: Try setting on a tack. Bridegroom: Have you kissed the bride? Best man (absently): Oh, yes, hundreds of times. Mr. Daigle: Doesn't that young man know how to say good-night? Albritton's Cafe 1429 RICHMOND DRIVE Fried Chicken a Specialty N. C. 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Salesman: You can take it with you. Holman Avenue Barber Shop 1415 Holman Ave. H. 0343 1009 RICHMOND L. 9453 JAMES BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP "Our Service Is As Good As the Best and Belter Than the Rest" E. P. JAMES, Met. AT LAST! JOAN CRAWFORD IN "RAIN" Positively will never return to any other Houston LOEWS 25c a.m. to I p.n OW! ENDS FRIDAY. Love was her weapon! Men were her game! "THEY CALL IT SIN" WITH LORETTA YOUNG GEORGE O'BRIEN STARTING SATURDAY KIRBY LAMAR Spanish Dining Room Ralph Webster AND HIS 16-PIECE DANCE ORCHESTRA FEATURES (collegiate JNite Every Friday -:-:■ Dancing 9:30-12:30 SATURDAY NOON DANCETTE DINE l2 UNTIL 2 P.M. DANCE "^^ 50c THE LAMAR SPANISH DINING ROOM E. BRUCE CARTER, Mer.
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