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[The echo]. volume ([Pisgah Forest, N.C.) 1940-19??, November 01, 1951, Image 14

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"500" CLUB MEMBERS Ray Rigdon, Finishing .....568 Chris Rogers, Finishing 562 Arthur Owen, Transportation 558 Harvey Souther, Pirates 552 Conward McClure, Finishing 543 Lloyd Harris, Bees 539 L. C. Poor, Pirates 535 Ed Sikkema, Hillbillies 532 Waverly Morris, Maintenance 532 Jim Metcalf, Transportation 528 Hunley Mehaffey, Transportation 528 Elmer Baker, Hillbillies 525 N. L. Ponder, Pirates 521 John Emory, Bees .519 Bruce Reynolds, Maintenance 518 Leonard Cousins, Cello. Maintenance 509 Pete Eberle, Pirates 508 Tom Conley, Maintenance 507 Carroll Fletcher, Alley Cats 500 "200" CLUB MEMBERS Harvey Souther, Pirates 237 Ed Sikkema, Hillbillies 228 Chris Rogers, Finishing 220 Lloyd Harris, Bees 217 Arthur Cwen, Transportation 217 Ray Rigdon, Finishing 214 Waverly Morris, Maintenance 210 Conward McClure, Finishing 208 Bruce Reynolds, Maintenance 203 Ernest Bradley, Finishing 201 Jim Metcalf, Transportation 200 N. L. Ponder, Pirates 200 ATHLETIC OFFICE MOVES The Athletic Office has moved to the office formerly occupied by R. G. MacDonald in the Mill Office building, next door to the Paper Di vision Safety Dept. Office. The phone number is 266. ECUSTA BOWLING LEAGUE BIG TEN (TWELVE GAMES OR MORE) NAME TEAM GP Avg. Ray Rigdon, Finishing ....15 170 L. C. Poor, Pirates ....23 167 Harvey Souther, Pirates ....24 164 Jim Metcalf, Transportation .... ....24 161 N. L. Ponder, Pirates ....24 160 Arthur Owen, Transportation .. ....21 160 Bruce Reynolds, Maintenance .. ....20 160 Pete Eberle, Pirates ....16 155 Elmer Baker, Hillbillies ....23 153 Lloyd Harris, Bees ....24 152 Carrol Fletcher, Alley Cats ....24 152 SIXTH ANNUAL FOOTBALL TRIP ENJOYED BY MANY ECUSTANS Greeted by clear skies after a week of rain, on Saturday morning, November 3rd some seventy- two Ecustans boarded two large Smoky Mountain Busses and set out on their sixth annual consec utive journey to a college football game. The classic this time was between the Clemson Tigers and Wake Forest Deacons at Clemson, South Carolina. It was a great day for the Clemson fans since their team won by the score of 21 to 7 and al though things weren’t so rosy for the Deacon sup porters a good time was reported by all. If you as an Ecustan have never been on one of these trips you should make plans to attend next year. The excitement and fun experienced at one of these games is impossible to describe on paper. The half time ceremonies are truly a sight to behold and is well worth your time and efforts besides the one hour of big time football. Travel ing by bus in groups as all do adds even more fun and enjoyment to the trip. These trips are made possible through the Ath- Ictic Department for your convenience and en- (Continued on page 26) HERE'S YOUR ANSWER TO "GUESS WHO?' Definitely, a contend er for the Ecusta Bowl ing League’s crown of the 1931-32 season is the Transportation team shown at left. Members of the team all decked out in their new shirts are from left to right, Capt. Jim Metcalf, Har ry Straus, Arthur Owen, Douglas McCormick and Hunley Mehaffey. Members absent when the photo was taken were Bob Bolt and Eu gene Steppe. 12

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