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Kerrville Mountain Sun from Kerrville, Texas · Page 12

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Kerrville Mountain Sun, KerrvHle, Texas, September 25, 1958 9 A RirrvOt JiutiMlo* For Mori Than ft ~^ p oaf Kerrville Mountain sun, Kerrvllle, Texas, aeptemoer zo, i»oo ««.r,» — Bulldogs Capitalize on Breaks, Defeat Antlers, 20-0 Antlers Push Burbank On Rain-soaked Field Patrolmen Praise Careful Drivers The Tivy Antlers, apparently doomed to' play the amphibious Burhank Bulldogs in the rain Vi'l eternity, lost a soggy game, 20 to 0. iii Alamo Stadium Friday night as the Hulldogs capitalized on three Antler fumbles to push over their touchdowns. The game, |)layed on a rai'i- soaked field with additional com i UK down four quarters rain showers throughout the was by no means as one-sided as the score indicated, for the Antlers gave a good account of themselves and pushed the Buil- dogs hard. Tivy held an edge in panic statistics, making nine first downs to Bin-bank's sever, and the Antlers sained 154 yards on the ground to 130 for the Bulldogs. The first Burbank touchdown was set up when Tivy quarterback John Allen Stephens attempted a pitchout to Tommy Daniels, but the wet ball hit a Bulldog player and Burbank recovered on the Antler 14-yard line. From there the 'Dogs pushed to a first down on the Antler two-yard line, where Tivy tightened and held until the'fourth down when Halfback Joe Rogers dived over the line for the score. Again in the second quarter, Stephens fumbled the dripping ball, and Eugene Herrera pounced on it for the Bulldogs Bobby Smith covered the free ball for opponents on the Antler nine-yard line. Three plays later Frank Arnold crossed the goal line for the third and last touchdown and then ran the bail for the two additional points. The Antlers themselves made two scoring threats, reaching the Burbank 19-yard line early in the second period where the hall went over on downs. Again in the third quarters almost hit pay dirt after they took the halftime kick-off and marched the Bulldog four-yard line Sgt. J. R. England and Patrolman Henry Litron of the Texas Highway Patrol praised Kerrville football fans for safe and careful driving on their trip to the Tivy-Burbank gaiv.e in San Antonio Friday night. The two officers from the Kerrville office patrolled Sin •\ntonio Highway before and after the game and directed traffic through Comfort. They said that they found football !'ans almost without exception driving carefully. to before the ball went over on downs. , Although the Antlers missed veteran quarterback Swectpea Khoden who not suit out, on the Bulldog started a drive two first downs before reacn- ing the Antler eight, and again Tivy almost held them, but Douglas Becker, Burbank full- recovering from a back injury received in the Lakeview game, John Allen Stephens proved Burbank 48. himself a capable field general. <j ow n drive The Antler line held well, piling up many Burbank plays for little or no gain, and Tommy Daniels, Homer Stevens and Craig LeMeilleur tore off some good gains for the Antlers. _ It was the second successive game played against the Bulldogs in the rain. Last year the two teams tied, 0-0, on a rainy night in Antler Stadium. First Quarter Tivy co-captains Culver Duderstadt and Tommy Daniels 48. Burbank chose to receive, and Bobby that collected Smith kicked off for the Bulldogs with Rocky Hernandez ^e- turning the kick from his own five to the 27. Daniels gained six, but two more plays failed an appreciable gain on the next series of downs, and Burke punted out to Daniels who r«i- turned from his 23 to the 37. LeMeilleur then drove through the line for eight, and Stevens made it a first down on the Bulldog 48. Two plays later Stephens fumbled the slippery ball, and Eugene Herrera recovered for the 'Dogs on the Antler Co-Captains in Bulldog Game Real Estate Transfers TOMMY DANIELS riTIVPR niinPRSTADT CULVEKDUDERSIAIM Here the touch- started. Arnold 1-J\J\A J^ l«l» .UV,^I\*.ij _u LI »•-•«.» i 111. j-w... .(• .»p •*• — - -..- -- , - ^ back, twisted through the mid- to gain, and Ronnie Chalk kick • •' " ed to Rogers on the Burbank die for the final thre eyards and touchdown. It was late in the final quarter when the Bulldogs got another break. Burbank, bogged down on their own 36 punted out. Rocky Hernandez made a try for the ball but slipped on the wet turf. He touched the ball, however, and Bulldog 30, who was stopped on the Antler 47. vunci i«. me Auuei iniu Douglas Becker ripped off the ha]f em it>d. eight through the middle and' gained a first down on the Tivy 38, and a pass from Burke to Gilbert Cruz was good to the Tivy eight-yard line. Again the Antler line tightened, and the Bulldogs required four tries at the line before Becker twisted through the line for the score. Buske attempted to run over tne extra points, but again Rocky Hernandez fielded him safely. With slightly more than two minutes left in the half, Daniels brought the kick-off up to his own 34, and LeMeilleur and Daniels gained a first down 01 their 45, but they could not make the necessary yardage for another first, despite a nice pass from Stephens to LeMeil- leur that gained 5, and Chalk kicked over the goal line from his own 46. Buske bounced off the Antler line for no gain as the 'Dogs had to punt. It was I this punt that Hernandez touched as he slipped on the wet field, and Smith recovered for the Bulldogs on the Tivy 'J. Three plays later Arnold made it over and then ran the extra points as the rain continued. The Antlers brought the ball back to the 42 before Burbank took over on a fumble, and the Bulldogs made a first down on the Antler 35 as the game enu- ed. Scovc: Burbank 20—Tivy 0. A small crowd for Alamo St* dium, 2,351, sat through the rain to see the game. Statistics Tivy Burbank 0 First downs 7 154 Yds. rushing 130 25 Yds. passing 28 5 of 6 Passes compl. 1 of 3 0 Passes interc. 1 4 for 116 Punts 6 for 173 3 Fumbles (loss) 0 4 for 30 Penalties 4 for 40 George J. McMurry et ux to Jack B, Felts et ux, $10.00 etc., being Various acres, Survey No. 412, J. D. Groesbeck, Kerr County, Texas. Ethel Ellis McCoy to Gordoa H. Monroe, $10.00 etc., bein^ lot 1, block 16, J. E. Hole Add., City of Kerrville, Texas. Sam D. Cade et ux to Nancy Ella Massey, $10.00 etc., being lot 8, block 2, Alta Loma Addr.., City of Kerrville, Texas. Richard Sanchez et ux to Daniel Villarreal, $10.00 etc., being part lots 674, 575, blocK 37, Chas. Schreiner Add., City of Kerrville, Texas. t E. E. Wagner et ux to Ira L. Kohler, $10.00 etc., being 38/100 acre, Survey 638, S. W 'atkins, Kerr County, Texas W. M. Wright et ux to John W. Wright et ux, $10.00 etc. being iot 437, block 60, Schrei ner's Eecond Add., City of Kerrville, Texas. Cecil W. Duncan et ux t Charles E. Perkins et ux, $10.0 etc., being lot 7 and 8, block 40 Westland PL, City of Kerrville Texas. Rolph V. Richards et al t Rex McElroy, $10.00 etc., beinj lot 11, block 5, Richards Par ,dd., City of Kerrville, Texas. Southern Pine Lumber Co., *o Walter 0. Kneese et ux, $10.0.0 tc., being lot 6, block 3, and art lot 5, block 3, Richeson .dd., City of Kerrville, Texas. Leroy Tolle et ux to Kathrine C. 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