A Memory Book of Nellie Mae Pasal
Palacios High School
1922 - 1925
Three loving cups won by Palacios High school students at the county meet in Bay City last Friday and Saturday, March 27 and 28, among them being the popular athletic loving cup, so highly prized by our students because it was given by P. H. S. graduates.
50 yd dash - Bruce Berger, 1st.
100 yd dash - Bruce Berger, 1st; Irvin Horton, 2nd.
220 yd dash - Bruce Berger, 1st; Irvin Horton, 4th.
440 yd dash - Emmitt Gibson, 1st; Clarence Hayes, 2nd.
884 yd dash - Glen Shuey, 3rd.
1 mile run - Howard Stapp, 1st; Weldon Sullivan, 2nd.
1 mile relay - Palacios team, 1st.
Members of the team: Glen Shuey, Clarence Hayes, Emmett Gibson, Howard Stapp.
120 high hurdles - Glen Stewart, 2nd place.
220 low hurdles - Robt. Barns, 1st; Glen Stewart, 2nd; Geo. Kufuf, 4th.
Shot Put - Emmitt Gibson, 1st
High Jump - Clyde Fox, 2nd.
Broad Jump - Glen Shury, 1st.
50 yd dash - Elliott Curtis, 2nd.
100 yd dash - Elliott Curtis, 2nd.
440 yd relay - Palacios team, 2nd.
High Jump - Elliott Curtis, 1st.
Broad Jump - Wesley Buller, 1st.
Chin Bar - Wesley Buller, 2nd.
TENNIS - Girls
Singles, Ruby Chamblee, 1st.
Doubles, Fay Greene and Nellie Mae Pasal, 1st.
TENNIS - Boys
Our team score was nearly four times as many points as our nearest opponent in athletics.
Charles Nester, though a junior in age, won first place in Senior
Darwin (Buttsy) Huddleston, though shortest in stature, proved to be
longest in ability as an orator, when he defeated two other boys
much larger, for first place in Junior Boy's Declamation. Both boys
brought back to his school a large and beautiful loving cup.
Virginia Greenwood won second place in Junior Girl's Declamation.
Monday morning at chapel was a scene of recounting victories, and of much enthusiasm for our winners. On Friday night the winning contestants and teachers will probably celebrate their victories by building a bonfire on the campus and having a picnic lunch and games.
No paper or date.
Thursday morning, April 23, Palacios contestants, accompanied by H.
C. Lewis, started for Houston to attend the District Meet, held at
Rice Institute, on April 24th and 25th.
In track Palacios was represented by Bruce Berger in the dashes; Howard Stapp, Emmett Gibson, Glenn Shuey and Weldon Sullivan in the long races.
In declamation we were represented by Darwin Huddleston in the Junior division and Charles Nester, senior.
Time for the County Meet is here and the Palacios school has been busy with final preparations. Friday night at the high school auditorium the team in declamation was selected. The judges, Mrs. A. B. Pierce, and two of the teachers of the Blessing school, heard several contestants from which they made the following choice: Junior girl, Virginia Greenwood. Junior boy, Darwin Huddleston. Senior girl, Mamie Angel. Senior boy, Charles Nester.
Spelling--Junior team: Rudolph Mosier and Mary Edwards.
Sub-Junior team: Harry Echols and Billie Bert Richards.
The Track and Field Events will be contested by the following--Seniors: Bruce Berger, Howard Stapp, Jr., Emmett Gibson, Weldon Sullivan, Glenn Shuey, Irvin Horton, Clarence Haynes, George Kufus, Glenn Stewart, Paul Braden, Clyde Fox. Junior Track: Wesley Buller, Wayne Huddleston, Cecil Teller, Elliott Curtis, Coleman Clement, Sam Antony. Junior Boys Basket Ball: Wesley Buller, Wayne Huddleston, Elliott Curtis, Cecil Teller, Coleman Clement. Senior Girls Basket Ball: Edna Mae Reynolds, Julia Lee Stapp, Bessie Buffalo, Jessie Parsutt, Fay Greene, Angus McFarland. Junior Girls Basket Ball: Gussie Fox, Alice Townsend, Edna Earle Lawson, Sybil York, Jacqueline Elgin. Boys Tennis--Singles: Raymond Waters. Doubles: Raymond Waters and Bruce Berger. Girls Tennis--Singles: Ruby Chamblee. Doubles: Fay Greene and Nellie Mae Pasal. Volley Ball team: Same as Senior Girls Basket Ball. Base ball team to play after the County meet.
Paper and date unknown.
Index names: Pollard, Moreland, Stephens, Moore, Scott
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