Amarillo Daily News Nov 15, 1940 Fri pg 12
for before would to have r u g Six-Man Title At Stake Today GROOM, Nov. il. (Special)--For the second time in as many years Groom will meet Booker for the District Championship game in sis- man football. This game promises to be the best, six-man game ever played at Groom. The Tigers have never lost a six-man game and_are pointing toward their second djflBtt championship. . Â· ^J? . Booker, winner of .the north section of fhe district, has been steadÂ« lly improving throughout the season. season. They have not lost a game this season and have defeated sucli teams as .Lipscomb, Gruver, Stratford, Texline, Morse, and some good- teams out of Oklahoma and Kansas by large scores. ' ; . * The fans at Booker are so sure that they are -going .to stop the Tigers that they have . made . repeated offers to take. the game Booker. The last offer.was refused in hope of bringing the .Tiger's best jjame of the season to a homecoming homecoming crowd. Mr. Stevens, superintendent superintendent of Booker Schools, reports that Booker is moving to Groom en masse for the.game. The Groom boys are, perhaps, the best condition of the season. They are ready to give the Kiowas a real battle for the District Crown. The first seven players Â· are playing their lastiseasorr-fpr the Black and Scarlet. These boys are Captains Angel and Kuehler; Linemen Whatley Whatley and Croweli; and Backs Ebey Clark, .Black,-and Townsend.~The reserves,-minus G.C. \Vhatley. Jr., will be .ready to take over in event of need.