West Texas State

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Bill Kelly (American Football, Born 1947) - Head Coaching Record - College
... Mexico 5–5 Eastern New Mexico 13–7–1 West Texas State Buffaloes (Missouri Valley Conference) 1985 West Texas State 6–3–1 3–1–1 T–2nd West Texas State Buffaloes (L ...
List Of University And College Name Changes In The United States - W–Z
... Louis Washington Institute, Eliot Seminary 1854, 1857 Washington State University Washington Agricultural College 1959 Wayne State University Wayne University Waynesburg University Waynesburg College 2007 Weber ... Western Michigan College, Western Michigan College of Education, Western State Teachers College, Western State Normal School 1957, 1955, 1941, 1927 Western New England ...
Frank Kimbrough (American Football) - Head Coaching Record - Football
0–6 7th Baylor 15–23–3 6–16–2 West Texas State Buffaloes (Border Conference) 1947 West Texas State 7–4 5–2 3rd 1948 West Texas State 6–5 2–3 6th 1949 West Texas State 5–4 3–2 5th 1950 ...

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    Death is not natural for a state as it is for a human being, for whom death is not only necessary, but frequently even desirable.
    Marcus Tullius Cicero (106–43 B.C.)

    Our foreparents were mostly brought from West Africa.... We were brought to America and our foreparents were sold; white people bought them; white people changed their names ... my maiden name is supposed to be Townsend, but really, what is my maiden name? What is my name?
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    During the cattle drives, Texas cowboy music came into national significance. Its practical purpose is well known—it was used primarily to keep the herds quiet at night, for often a ballad sung loudly and continuously enough might prevent a stampede. However, the cowboy also sang because he liked to sing.... In this music of the range and trail is “the grayness of the prairies, the mournful minor note of a Texas norther, and a rhythm that fits the gait of the cowboy’s pony.”
    —Administration in the State of Texa, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)