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November 18, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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November 18, 1973

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DREAM DONUT SHOP Clarendon's Complete Bakery will open for business TUESDAY, NOV. 20 Delicious, Famous Dream Donuts made by the Panhandle's best known baker, ANDY SCHULZE Open Tuesday thru Saturday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. DREAM DONUT SHOP Hwy. 287 West Clarendon, Texas Bronchos take easy Mustang win [Cont'd. from Page 1] The final score came with a minute left in the game. Reese, operating at quarterback, hit Scott Hamilton with a touchdown pass, the kick was no good, and it was 37-7. Members of the Broncho varsity, who made the year such a success, include Don Hillis, Randy Croslin, Gary Shields, Kenneth Reese, Stan Shelton, Scott Hamilton, Jerry Holland, Kenneth King, Johnny Gerner, Tommy Sparks, Lynn Floyd, Russell Baldwin, Scott Martin, Donnie Putman, Tommy Hill, Rodney Hicks, Rickey Mooring, Anthony Knowles, Danny Monroe, Jimmy Floyd, Wayne Hardin, Gary Davis, Gary Jack, Willie Smith, Eddy Eads and David Lewis. On November 24, 1784, Zachary Taylor, the 12th President of the United States was born. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was buried in the Arlington National Cemetery, November 25, 1963. In 1789, November 26th was set aside as a day for thanks- giving for the United States Constitution. Pennsylvania Railroad Station opened in New York on November 27, 1910. During World War II the rationing of coffee in the United States began November 28, 1942. November 29, 1890, was the date of the first Army-Navy football game. Mark Twain, the famous American author, was born Novem- ber 30, 1835. Bulldogs win again [Cont'd. from Page 1] The defense played well during the entire game, although liberally sprinkled with second stringers. Most of the Wayland points came from the outside, since under the basket pretty much belonged to Clarendon. It was in the middle, under the boards, that Siegeler, with help from Pride and Graham, had himself quite a fine time, blocking shots, grabbing flying basketballs and generally making a nuisance of himself to the Wayland team. The Bulldogs, as a whole, seemed to have the Wayland people cowed after out-toughing them for a while. "The main thing now," Coach Jack Hedden said, "is that we don't pace ourselves enough on offense. We are in too big a hurry and need to be more patient. But then, you can't really tell much from a game like this." The Bulldogs received their first really tough test last night, when they went to Lubbock to take on the Lubbock Christian Junior Varsity. The results of that game, however, were not available as of press time. "One thing about games like we've been playing," Hedden continued, "is that we get to look at all the players and they all get to play and get some experience." The Clarendon team's next game is tomorrow night, November 19, at Plainview for a return bout with the Wayland JV. After that, the Bulldogs will travel to Ranger for the Ranger Junior College Classic on November 22-24. They will return home November 27 against the WTSU Junior Varsity. The Bulldogs will be an exciting team to watch this year, capable of scoring at any time. A quick-scoring offense and a defense that is nothing short of mean will make them well worth the watching. The Clarendon Press, November 18, Page7 BASKETBALLERS had a little eomsion Thursday alight when Clarendon College met Wayland Baptist. Here, CC's Junior Slegeler jumps to prepare for a rebound as Joe Pride falls down on Wayland player. CC won the game in a big way. [Press Photo by Richard Allen] DALE MARTIN b the new administrator for the Donley County Medical Center Hospi- tal. 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