Dubach Choudrant Game 1936 Dec 9

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DUBACH-CHOUDRANT PREPARE FOR HARDEST GAME OF SEASON Aggies Drilled on Pass Defense Depending on Line to Stop Harrist-Colvin; Plungers Must Stop Campbell I W. A. Colvin, and the hard run- jning Harrist, has concentrated on " ' With the prospects of one of the hardest and best football -games played in Lincoln Parish high school circles in years, the Dubach Plungers and Choudrant Ag- gies today ease off their training schedule in preparation for their meeting at Tech Stadium, Ruston, tomorrow afternoon. Both teams are reported in good condition, having emerged from their tough play-off games in the North Louisiana championship race last week without more than minor bruises, which are not expected to hinder the playing of any member of either team. Down at Choudrant, Coach Hal Willis, depending on his somewhat better line than has been evidenced by the Plungers, to stop the shifty ondary close enough to hold the rampaging Campbell to a minimum in yardage. The winner of the game will hold the undisputed title of runner-up to the North Louisiana appears others between has at of last Class B championship, since both have teams went to the finals in their respective districts. The winner will aleo meet Ruston High School the aiCtl IllCCL *.VUDV\J»* ***£>*J t_*w**vru* - here on December 18, in an inter- | who class struggle that will provide the takes parish champion for 1936. One of the largest crowds ever to attend a high school sports event a pass defense that he hopes will keep the Plungers away from the Aggie goal line. A considerable portion of the total Plunger points this year has been the direct result of Harrist's tosses, either to in Ruston is expected to be ort hand when the kick-off is made tomorrow at 3 o'clock. Officials for the game will be Larry Fox (Georgia), George Hogg (Tech) and Tom Amos (Tulane), Just which of the three will referee and perform at the other positions has not yet been determined. Payne or Colvin, with the I latter playing probably the most prominent role, and it is this attack that Coach Willis is hoping I is a a Buy Your Dosser Paper at the Leader Office. and to to stop. On the other hand, Coach Joe Mount at Dubach, will concentrate on stopping the power attack the Aggies have displayed this year, iwithi big Loilks Campbell, 185 pound fullback as the main cog. Choudran't offense this year has developed largely around the ability of Campbell to plow through the opposing lines for yardage, and Mount will probably direct 'his team's defense to stop his charges. The Aggies have also exhibited an excellent pass offense, with the Holtzclaw brothers playing the leading role, J. Holtzclaw tossing to brother Rip. The combination has been a source of much worry to opponents all year due to their being forced to watch pftajM, WASHINGTON--In all the heavy ( speculation as to what the next four years of Roosevelt administration may bring forth, you rarely hear anyone mention the Democratic platform and its promises of last June. Everybody knows that no political party ever entirely lives up to its platform. Nevertheless, this one caused quite a stir at the time and it was the work of the president and his friends, who have been continued in power. The platform may be considered at least enough of a vague guU' to imWfy looking at it agaiu, to wrt ovrt »ueh relatively eowwt* «« it contained «M* add as to

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  1. The Ruston Daily Leader,
  2. 09 Dec 1936, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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