The Caddo Herald
April 7, 1931
We were disappointed of course not to have won the two large cups, but we don’t want to be greedy so all will be satisfied with the two smaller ones. It was a good track meet with the following as winners:
Class A Track Results
Adrian Graham, 1st in 100 yard dash and broad jump.
B. K. Williamson, 2nd in the pole vault, 3rd in high jump.
Orman Womble, 3rd in pole vault (tie)
Floyd Flowers, 3rd in high and low hurdles.
Class B Track Results
H. C. Ellis, 2nd in high jump and 3rd in broad jump.
Reavis McGraw, 3rd shot put.
Jessie Guthrie, 1st in spelling.
Ruth Johnson, 2nd in spelling.
Spurgeon Brister, 1st in American History.
Joe Copeland, 2nd in Algebra.
Girls Quartet, first.
Lillian McGraw, 3rd in Reading.
Dorothy Harris, 1st in Story Telling.
Rachael Barber, 1st in Alto.
Lula Mae Dorsey, 1st in Soprano.
Boys Doubles, Harris and G. Martin, 1st.
Boys Singles, Tony Harris, 1st.
Girls Doubles, Boland and Barber defeated by Calera.
Girls Singles, Mary Adeline Boland, 1st.
You should have been in Durant Friday and Saturday and seen the seniors show off. We are proud of the seniors who went down and took part in the Bryan County Track meet. We know that they all did their best and some of the seniors are wearing medals to show first, second, and third places. Those who didn’t win in the county are sure to win in the district.