H. W. "Bill" Hargiss
Blues lose first game
Presbies Invent New Pass
C. of  E. football 1910-1912
I threw it like this
Two old warhorses
College Drubbed Indians

Arthur Schabinger, Bill Hargiss with E. T. Lowther of the Emporia Gazette

Article from The Emporia Gazette by E. T. Lowther, ca. early 1960s.

TWO OLD WARHORSES of Kansas athletic battles, forays and skirmishes dating back half a century are pictured here on a visit at The Gazette office Thursday. They are Arthur A. Schabinger (left) and Homer Woodson (Bill) Hargiss. Schabinger, who now is retired and living in Florida, is visiting relatives of his wife at LeRoy; Hargiss now lives in Topeka. They renewed old times on the campus of the College of Emporia and attended the chapel announcement of the $100,000 gift for a new College library, Thursday morning.  "Schabie" was perhaps C. of E.'s greatest all-around athlete in football, basketball and baseball. Bill Hargiss came to C. of E. as a coach in 1910, after a stellar playing career on old State Normal teams; later coached at the Teachers College, Oregon State and K. U.  Schabinger also is a former coach, at Ottawa U., Emporia State and Creighton University.  In this picture they are reminiscing about the "good old days" with E. T. Lowther, of The Gazette.