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October 7, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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Idogs picked second .,t Clarendon College's Bulldogs were picked to finish in second place in the Western Junior College Athletic Conference poll taken this week. The poll was taken from coaches in the district colleges. Howard County Junior College of Big Spring was picked to win the conference, receiving 48 points in the poll. Clarendon received 36 points for second place. Amarillo College received 34 points for third place, and New Mexico Junior College and South Plains College both received tying votes for fourth and fifth Peaces. Odessa College received 27 points for sixth place, Western Texas 22 points for seventh, and New Mexico Military Institute and Frank Phillips College ranked 8th and 9th respectively. The season will begin on Nov. 2. American Legion meets The Hedley American Legion will meet Tuesday night at 7 p.m. in the American Legion Hall of Hedley. A free supper will be served to all who attend. The 1974 drive for membership is now underway. Forty nlembers have paid their dues for the next year. re Prevention Week Mayor H. M. Breediove, in keeping with communities and towns in the state of Texas, has proclaimed the week of October 7-13 as Fire Prevention Week. Check your house for fire hazards, and be sure to check all electrical wiring. "Henry. you simply must get a smoother riding car -the milk is churned to butter agalnl" i\\; kK'([=./-[( ,,  .__ Jhe in ilf;aid!aUnlieYTn ]eraoi tol,'( tCIr %7ukdd nst I IC! gasttkeh 'Isbei; Ya]auleoPn= .r. 7Pa:t i I/sdlhw;e I - 13allege faculti es show works a! art e hibit Amarillo Art C will have an exhibit October 18 through November 4 works by members of the art faculties of Amarillo College and West Texas State University and of Dr. Angiola Riva Churchill, Professor of Art at New York University. The exhibit of the Amarillo College art faculty includes paintings by Denny T. Fraze, Chairman of the Art Department, ceramics and drawings by Curtis S. Scott, and leather collages and paintings by David W. Cale. West Texas State University of Canyon exhibit includes works by Dr. Emilio Caballero, Head of the WTSU Art Department, Margaret Campbell, Dr. Marion F. Galvin, Mrs. Jerri Warren, Darold Den Smith and David Rindlisbacher. Graduate Assistants whose work will be exhibited are Mrs, Joe E. Baker, Mrs. Claris C. Faubion, Mike McCullough and J. D. Whitaker. Media included are painting, sculpture, graphics, drawings. watercolor, weaving and jewelry. HWY 70 SO. CLARENDON PH. 874-2538 Make your money keep on making{ ] mon.ey wtth Certificates of Deposit at MAXIMUM INTEREST as a New Quarter Begins. On October 1, we'll be paying last quarter'00 interest whicl was compounded daily.00 Still the only bank compounding interest daily. SECURITY STATE BAN K Growing Old, Hedley, Texas Direct Line 874 3915 But Thinking Young Hedley, 856-3611 The Clarendon Press, October 7, Page 3 Bulldogs primed for banner year With four returning starters The Clarendon College Bulldogs began basketball practice this Junior Sieglcr of Vernon, who' tips the stick at 6-10, will be week in preparation for the season opening on Nov. 2, and all indications point to a successful year for Clarendon College basketball. A pre-season poll rates Clarendon in second place behind Howard County Junior College, but Bulldog coach Jack Hedden thinks the Bulldogs have a good chance to be in that number one spot when the season is over. "We'll certainly be a big contender," Hedden told The Press Friday. "We've got a good ball team this year." Workouts began this week, and are held every afternoon. Hedden said that time is now being spent on fundamentals and conditioning. Hedden reports that four starters from last year's team return. The star of last year's team, 6-5 Joe Pride of Philadelphia, returns for another big year. Last year, Pride, as a freshman, led the nation in rebounds, with an average of 22.7 rebounds per game. His scoring average last year was 21, Hedden says that his presence, along with his experience, will mean a big boost for the team. Herman Brown, a 6-4 man from New York, returns to play on his last year's performance of 18.5 points per game. Brent Sherrod of Channing, Texas, who is 6-3, returns from last year, along with Keith Embry, 5-0, of Morton, Texas; and Evander Ford of New York. ready to play this year. He was here last year, but was ineligible. He made a big name for himself while playing at Vernon High School year before last. Hedden reports that he had another good year recruiting. Among his top recruits are Randy Merkey of Perryton, a 6-6 player who scored over 40 points in a game against Canyon last year. He can play either guard or forward. Another top player, Joe Evans of Abernathy, should see a lot of action this season. He is 6-3. Archie Hughes of Philadelphia, another recruit this year, did an outstanding job at his school last year. Richard Wiley of New York, a 6-5 forward, and Steve Amerin of Albuquerque, at 6-5, fill out the list of new recruits. Hedden pointed out that these players from the northern part of the nation come to him compliments of scouts from larger schools. He explained that large colleges spend large budgets on recruiting, then send the names of players they don't get to smaller schools such as Clarendon. This aids a school like Clarendon very much in getting\\;good players from far away. The Bulldogs open their seasootn November 2, but they will scrimmage Cameron College of Lawton on Oct. 20. That game will be played here. "It looks like a promising season," Hedden concluded. Billy Hill has purchased ROBERTS GULF!STATIONI the new name will now Billy Hill Gulf Service Billy will take over the station Sunday mornihg s and he invttes all friends and patrons to do business with him at his new station. --Gulf Gasoline --Lubrications --Gulf Oils --Tes & AessoNes --Wash and Grease Jobs Batteries ,,o,,.o..o,,. Open 7 days a week. top .ts for i, yo,. cc Billy Hill invites you to visit him basketball team. [Press Photo] at his new station. Electric skillet Billy Hill Gulf Service conserves power Hwy. 287 West Clarendon, Texas With the growing emphasis on power shortages, prepare one-dish meals in an electric skillet. "The average electric skillet uses less power than a range element--and far less than an oven," according to Mrs, Doris Myers, home management specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University System. Besides conserving electrical power, ,it saves "homemaker energy' too. A meal cooked and served in the same container saves clean-up time, she noted. "Unfortunately, many home- makers' electric skillets take up valuable storage space without getting used. "It's pretty costly to own and not use such an appliance," the specialist said. "It's also expensive to mistreat it. Proper care and maintenance play important roles in conservation of resources--by avoiding un- necessary breakdowns, repairs and expenses. ' Remove acid and salty foods as quickly as possible to avoid pitting the cooking surface. Let the skillet cool to room temperature before washing it, Mrs. Myers continues. "Cold water in a hot pan causes warping. "For best performance, wash skillet after each use with hot sudsy water. Also clean the outside and underneath to avoid burned grease build-up." Steel wool can be used on stainless steel or aluminum pans--but only plastic or rubber scrubbers on teflon-coated ones, she added. tlon all Civic Groups & Individuals! ! We have a large, indoor space for Rummage Sale, Oct. 12.13.14