Elmer Bondy 1943 Bobcat Team
Page Three j to spend Christmas with relatives and friends. Mr, and Mrs, Adotph Aratieschof- ihy of Thorndale are the parents i of a daughter born yesterday 1 afternoon in a local hospital, Billy Bennett of Granger is a patient in a local hospital. Mr. and Mrs. jot? Kind and Dorothy Mae left today for Santa Anna. Cal.. where they will spend Christmas with their son and brother, Louis J. Kind, who is an air cadet there. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bland. Sr. are spending Christmas in Midland Visiting Roy, Jr., who is in the service service there. Mrs. Paul Fick of Lexington is a patient at a local hospital. Mrs. Curtis Campbell was removed removed to her home at Thorndale yesterday from a local hospital. Bill Heinemeier. S-C Petty Officer, Officer, arrived today to spend a Inday Inday furlough with his mother. Mrs. E. Heinemeier. He is stationed on Treasure Island. Bartlett And Rockdale Boys Letter at STSTC SAN MARCOS. Dec. 23 Fourteen Fourteen football lettermen have been announced by Coach Joe Bailey Choney for the 1942 season at the Southwest Texas State Teachers College. Of this group, five are seniors, two are juniors, three are sophomores, sophomores, and four are freshmen. Leading the lettermen were backs Captain Billie Brademan of Lexington Lexington and G. Y. Bounds of Carthage Carthage who played every minute of every game the season except for one quarter against Randolph Field. Brademan, a senior, earned all- Lone Star Conference honors while taking his third letter, while Bounds, a junior, lettered at guard. Bounds and Elmer Bondy of San Antonio were named co-captains for the 1943 Bobcat team. Bondy, also a junior, lettered at guard. Other seniors to receive letters were back Jeff Beaty of San Marcos. Marcos. receiving his third numeral, Richard Sherley of Plainview, end, getting his second, and end Lionel Tatum of Gustine and guard George ing their first. Tatum who holds three letters in basketball and one in track, is the first man in the history of the school to cop a letter in each of his four years in college. Getting their first numeral were Jack Crawley, back, and Graydon Baze, tackle, both of Gorman; Pete L;.nge. guard, of Bartlett, all sophomores; sophomores; and the following freshmen: Johnny Dykes of Brownsville, center: Wallace Dockall of Rockdale. Rockdale. end; Bob Williams, tackle, and Bob Magruder, back, both of San Marcos. earthquake LONDON A disa trous earthquake earthquake is reported to have hit the northern Anatolia region of Turkey. Turkey. The Berlin radio says that six- hundred persons were killed and several hundred others injured.