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Arlington Colt Newspaper Archives Feb 16 1953, Page 3

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Arlington Colt (Newspaper) - February 16, 1953, Arlington, Texas Monday february 16, 1953 the Colt bleacher highlights by Kenneth Whitt and Charles Baxter Arlington s Colt cagers ended their season in Fine style last Friday night when they beat Diamond Hill 75-40. It was the Colts biggest score of the season As they threw up a zone of defense to Stop the eagles almost cold. Raymond Glasgow gave Kurt Meyer quite a race on individual scoring As the total finally came out with Meyer 434 Points and Glasgow 418. Coach Sam Curlee seemed very pleased after the Diamond Hill game Friday night when the Colts played their Best game of the season. Richard Narcho did no to get to suit up Friday night because of some Teeth that were bothering him. Even though Richard missed a few games this year he managed to make 121 Points to follow behind Meyer and Glasgow. The Colt a a by team also ended their season play for the year with a 30-22 win Over the Diamond Hill seconds. Don Boring and Charles Munson led the winners with la and 9 Points respectively. Bud Remynse was the top a a by team scorer with 107 Points. The total scoring for the other top scorers were Don Boring 89 James Hyden 85 Roger Coble 70 Charles Munson 45 and Jimmy Finch 30. Finch Only played with the a a bees the last five games for a six Point average. All of the above players along with Paul Harris and Richard Narcho will make up next years a a a squad. Baseball starts March 17, right after Spring training in football. Or. Polzin says that we Are weak at Pitcher first base and left Field. Here Are the returning Letterman from last year Catcher Crossnoe pitchers Glasgow Denson infielders Collins Mcmast ers Dennehy burnum Lawson Terry and Swafford outfielders Gassaway Vermillion Kilpatrick. And Rush. Filiti Ibe Yem Meyer led the Colt cagers scoring with 434 Points. Glasgow followed closely with 418 Points. The total Points made this year by the Colts was 1314 to their opponents 1201. Meyer 434 Glasgow 4i8 Narcho 121 Mcmasters 94 Crossnoe 04 Ellis 55 Walker 27 Whitt 25 Finch 19 Harris in Collins 5 Coble 4 total 1314 meet our cagers the Grade school basketball championship ended on february 5 when the South Side raiders took a close fought game from West Side 34-31 at the High school gym. These Grade school teams were backed up by a Large student body from each school. The Way the kids were Yelling at the South Side and West Side game you would have thought it was a work championship and to them it probably was. The individual scoring of the Grade school games was very close except for Ronny Graves of West Side who made 66 Points for the year. The following were the top ten scorers of the City total player school Points 1. Graves West Side 66 2. Hinson South Side 48 3. Cole North Side 40 4. Harvey North Side 39 5. Hilliard West Side 35 g. Luke South Side 35 7. Young North Side 33 8. Bass North Side 27 9. Snider South Side 25 piffle .1 Colts end season with 74-40win Over eagles Ray Glasgow and Kurt Meyer showed the Diamond Hill eagles that they weren to superstitious As they led the Arlington Colts to their 13th win on Friday 13 by tremendous score of 75 it at a Arlington. It was Glasgow s 37 Points that gave the ohs such a big Lead Dong with Meyers 25. Val ton Yos Snoe one of the Colt co Cap tins was next in the Colt scoring department with 7 Points. Din Colts Down bears 68-54 sparked by Raymond Glasgow a 35 Points tin Arlington Colts Defeated the Brewer bears 08-51 in Arlington tuesday february to. Held to Only 9 Points in the first half Glasgow broke Loose with 13 Points in each of the last two quarters to give the Colts Complete control of the last half. Glasgow a scoring partner Kurt Meyer managed to score 13 Points before fouling out Early in the fourth Quarter. Pilaf and Pulin Gly led the bears with 17 Points each. Mom Hiil a Frank Praslicka was held to nine Points As Bill vim so of was High for the eagles with la. This win gave the Colts a second place tie with Diamond Hill and Mineral Wells in District 2a la. The defending Birdville buffs won the title again with no losses in District play. Box St Ore 11 a it go w Meyer mom asters Rosenoe Harris Whitt Ellis Finch a Ollins Munson j i . F. Pts. 13 11 i 37 12 i Elt 25 i 0 3 2 i 5 o 7 0 0 i 0 i 0 4 a it i i Ltd 2 j 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Arlington Colts Are playing the Birdville buffaloes a District Ball game. Shown is Ray Glasgow making the first two Points of a hard fought game which was won by Birdville by a score of 73-47. The Birdville players pictured Are Davis Stevenson and pipes. The other Colts Are Hurt Meyer no. 12, and Dale Ellis no. 23. F. L. Eddins a build it to stay the Eddins Way ar5-2734 111 professional bldg. Professional bldg. This week Ray Glasgow Steps into the spotlight of this article for the tenth time in his High school career. Ray is number 23 in the Green and number 14 in the White on the basketball team this year. This is rays fourth year As a starter for the Colt basketball a team. He was picked on the 12a All District team in 1951, the Only year the sportswriters picked an All District team. Besides being a four year Letterman in basketball Ray has quite a background in football too. He made the All District team this year. The times Herald in Dallas chose an All All state team from All Over Texas and placed Ray As quarterback. Ray has also lettered two years in track and baseball. Ray will probably carry the pitching Load or the Colts this year in baseball. Ray besides being a top ath Ete was chosen As Junior favorite and was also selected As a Junior rotarian. Glasgow and Meyer team up to help Lead Colts in first Ray Glasgow and Kurt Meyer again teamed together to Lead the Colts to their first District win of the second round from Handley at Handley a new gym by a score of 61-51 on february Glasgow put 25 Points through the cords As Meyer was close behind with 23 tallies. Although the greyhounds led at the half and most of the game Meyer Harris Crossnoe Glasgow Mcmasters Ellis Narcho Whitt meet our cagers to life in the last ahead. The half 27-24. . F. Pts. 9 5 2 23 0 i 4 i i 2 5 4 to 5 3 25 2 0 2 4 i 0 4 2 i 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 23 15 22 i Handley stops Colt b team in late rally in the closing minutes of play the Handley a a by squad moved ahead to take the close fought game from Arlington so a by team 35-31 in a District game february 3, at Handley. The score was tied 13-13 at the half with Handley winning in the last few seconds. Lee of Handley was the High scorer of the night with 17 Points. Jimmy Finch kept the Colt seconds in the game with his la Points along with James Hyden who made nine. Mountaineers get Small Edge on the Colts score 59-54 Lack of height on the hoards and losing the help of Kurt Meyer on fouls was too much for Arlington to handle As the Mineral Wells mountaineers kept a Small Lead throughout the game to win 59-54, february 6 at Mineral Wells. Raymond Glasgow the Colt Post Man led the individual scoring with 26 Points. Walter Thomas was close behind with his Twenty Points and Kenneth Mcmasters next with 15. Kenneth Whitt Steps into the spotlight this time As meet our player. Kenneth is 5 feet 11 is inches tall. He plays the position of guard very Well. Kenneth a number on both uniforms is a a Ion. When you see that number to out on the floor you know that Kenneth is out there doing his Best. Kenneth was Captain of the b squad last year and did a Good Job of it. Kenneth was baseball manager last year hut is going out for a position on the baseball team this year. Kenneth came to Arlington in 1951 from the state of Missouri. Kenneth was the sports writer for the journalism class and won second place in sports writing at Denton and at the Texas High school association. A 1-8732 Gilbert Dyal mgr. R. B. Venetian Blind co. A custom made blinds _ hoi w. Division Bob Kirby signs with the braves Bob Kirby former Arlington High school baseball and football player was signed with the Boston braves last week to their Fai in club. Bob also former Star half Back or. The state Champion football team in 1951, played baseball on regional in baseball team in 1962. Bob moved to Arlington from Connecticut when he was a freshman since then Bob has been taking Active part in All of the sports. Ever since bobs first year As a Pitcher for Arlington he has improved doing better each year. Bob was attending Southern methodist University when the Boston braves scout signed Bim up Kirby is a left handed pitch Ltd a very consistent one too. Bob will report to the farm club March 4, at Waycross a. A a bees Stop Bruins Remynse leads team Arlington High school a a by squad beat Brewer in a hard game. The a a by squad led by Bud Remynse who Sank 12 Points came from behind in the fourth Quarter to beat Brewer a a by 33 to 28. High Point Man for the visitors was Jon son with 12 Points. Bulletin Board earrings a $1.20 a Mickey s jewelry 101 s. Enter Leeds food store a the Home of Good things to eat 207 n. Center Arlington Texas Bush motors Chrysler Plymouth 325 w. Division a Arlington Rudy Matlock Arlington Cottons a fall your sewing needs Hoo West division ar5-2386 terrys drugs a student Headquarters h. E. Cannon a on the Highway a ar5-2731 a Bird elder co. Insurance Loans real estate ar5-2181 a ar5-2811 Baker Bratt a pharmacy a prescription Laboratory modern apothecary service bus. Phone ar5-2826 res. Phones ar4-8730 a ar4-7231 200 e. Main a Arlington a amp a cafe Mccarty a mens Wear 124 e. Main ar4-9542 a ars-2105 a Happy King real by Tate insurance leans 194-a South Center Headquarters for Colts who dress Well a 117 s. Center pm. Ar4-6742 Western Auto store w. A. Whitley owner tires a batteries Auto supplies Binion lumber co. A ar5-2879 a Arlington hardware 114 s. Center a gifts for All occasion a Carolyn Shoppe Rattikin title co. Kansas City title insurance be. Arlington office a 103 w. Main Caloris 5c to $1.00 store Dudley Hodgkins printing Lith graphing a a your school Supply store office furniture office and school supplies he e. Abram plume ar5-2888 Arlington Texas Bondurant Brothers insurance Agency -193 Sou Center St. A ar5-2869 Dick Jones motor co. E. Division amp Elm Highway 89 a ar5-2831 Arlington Texas a a we re behind the Colts a the Way casual shop a clothes for the teenage a size 5 to 7 costume jewelry a lingerie ar5-237 Mobil Gas a Mobil Oil a see your Friendly Magnolia healers j. C. Duncan r. J. Murua y real estate 610 w. Division a a it6-2169 a
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