* -doy, November ?9, 1946 VALLEY MORNING STAR, HARLINGEN, TEXAS Fag« NT*# Steers Regain Old Form To Trounce Rival Aggie 11, 24-7 Bibis Ends Cârssr In Blaze of Glory Grid Scores HIC.M tnmi. eimrm <ntol t !t t I t >1 li! I 1.1 tt **<M IHMI "T JI >4-year-old coaching career of bald, brilliant a blare of glory Thursday »a hi* University of! ied its oldtime might to defeat it* arch-hival.j be for e a rapacity Thanksgiving Day throng olt career of the little man with the! foghorn voice who retired as an active football coach with Thur*— dav*s final gun to become athletic! director at Texas. Sweetest of All And for Bible it must have beenj the sweetest victory of them alLi His Texas team, rated first in ¿he nation at seasons start and then- topped by Rice and Texas Christ» j ian. showed greatness in this, its iinal game for “the old man." Sparked by All-American candi- j date Bobby Layne, the Longhorns! scored a field goal in the first period and pushed over touchdowns; in every other quarter while hold- j mg A. ki M helpless for more than i 55 minutes in the 55th renewal of the historic grid rivalry in the Southwest conference. The fourth period A. and M. touchdown was the first made from i«A .scrimmage by the Aggies at Memorial stadium since the Austin bowl was built In 1924. They never have won a game in the 22-year-old horseshoe stadium.. I.avne Open» Scoring Layne opened the Texas scoring with a perfect 21-yard field goal in the first period, his second three- jKjinter of the year. Throughout the game Layne flashed his old form. He scored the second-period touchdown on a ne-yard plunge through the line A A eh»m- d *;> Kansas Downs Missouri, 20-19, Shares Crown San Antonio Site of Cat, Mustang Game SAN ANTONIO — The Edinburg Bobcats and Thomas Jefferson Mustangs will meet in a bi-district football game here at Alamo stadium, Saturday, Dec. 7 at 2 30 p.m., official* of the two schools an- Tulsa Edges Hogs, 14 to 13 RICE HUSKIES BEFORE PRACTICE—Trainer Eddie Wojecki tapes the ankle of Rice Guard J. W. Magee, as these Huskies prepare for practice the same day it was announced they would meet Tennessee in the Orange Bowl New Years Day. Left to right: Don Anderson, back; Huey Keeney, back; Laverne Watson, center; Carl Russ, back; Wendell Williams, end; Magee; Wojecki, and Ike Eikenberg, back, (AP Photo). COLUMBIA, Mo. (UP.) Thanks to ‘the swivel hips and buggywhip^nouinc u,,s ni® arm of Ray Evans as fine a Mid- Site and time ior the game were decided uPon during a two hour lands back as has ’pulled on cleats conference shortly after Jefferson! in many years, the University of ended its regular season of play by I Kansas defeated the University of downing Brackenridge (San An- Missouri, 20-19, Thursday in the . Q . 155th renewal of their football ri-ilomo J L valry before a homecoming crowd The decision was announced by of 29,000 in Memorial stadium. Claude Kellum. athletic director of By winning Thursday’s game. San Antonio high schools. TULSA. Okla. (U.R) Tulsa univer- played in beautiful fall weather, Coach Bobby Cannon and Prin- sity-g reserve halfback Jimmy Fink« Kansas took a share of the Big Six cipal T. S. Pickens of Edinburg rep- ,. . , conference championship. O k 1 a- resented the Valley team. Thomas °rOKO through cnock a . «.-q homa already had won a half in- Jefferson was represented by Kel- ter Arkansas conversion kick to ¡terest. It was the first time since ium, T. Guy Rogers principal, and give Tulsa a 14-13 victory here 1930 that Kansas has been in the Coach Barlow Irvin. j over the co-champions of the South- winners circle, and it was sweet .. .. .. 4 triumph for Coach George Sauer Kellum said the decision to playfWMtern conference before 19.000 in his first year at Lawrence. the «ame at San Antonio *as ™de fans. It was Evans who. in the first 15 by agreement ra.her than Tulsa had the big ArKansas team seconds of the second quarter, a E?1"/1*1*- , . ... ^ __nt under Contr°l lhrough thc Tflrst dropped back to his own 25 and Eight-hundred tickets will be sent, three quarters but Coach John shot a 57-yard aerial to Marvin 10 Edinburg school officials this Barnhill’s eleven from Fayetteville ¡Small on the Missouri 18. behind week and P^bably will go on sale came back strong in the final frame ¡the secondary, for the first touch-! Monday. Kellum saicT More tic- to score twice and nearly break 1 down. It was Evans who went 54 kets will be dispatched 10 the val- even. Arkansas already has been I yards for the second Kansas score, ley if sales demands warrant them, chosen as host team for ihe Cotton i and it was Evans who scored the The Bobcats clinched the Dis- Bowl game at Dallas Jan. I. I third touchdown, that time on a trict 16 AA title at Edinburg Fri- gtar Quarterback Clyde Leforce jhandoff and line buck. ¡day night by downing the McAllen paCed the Tulsans to their ninth 14 Iff um Wichita Falls, Highland Park, Denison, Tyler Win Crowns Panthers Ready For Jersey Go >Ot f H Cfci fîvïm* Coîî « Rirhmcmtf Ci 14 Wtchn* «ftttnt t'meMOM Sí*®' iWpi IBM».« Tei ©w*»*.# f«m i* Orîtyi*»« 3« * Rw» vinH » »r Mil ic CAST m l, 14 £1 20 Ijrtmnti WIST J* 0 1» ItIM ¿0 Fn.;1, : and set up the final Texas touch down with a long pass to Max By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BrS^^fSuLk Ray- °nly 1wo *,rokes were needed Thursday to complete the state rrmnd Jones climaxed a Texas high school football picture, four champions being crowned amidst up* march by plunging over the goal sets and shattered records. on fourth down from the one-yard stripe. H. K the one on second down in final Missouri opened the scoring, re- Bulldogs, 34 to 0. covering a fumble by Evans on the —--------------! Kansas 17 and sending Lee Bow- Ql i man over on a lateral play in the r £1*1 VI Q IQSlS J first quarter. But Evans matched . .that and more in the second quar- ^ II WESLACO - The Weslaco Pan- ‘*r. and he had Don Fambrough to Cornell, ZO"ZU u .'convert two of the three touch- * t thers and the Falfurnas Jerseys had! ___^ _ ,, , r . . . . nronaMt. n, L aov-ns. i PHILADELPHIA <JP) Cornell lost line, completed final preparations Thurs The third Missouri score came the game, 26 to 20, but stole the day for their bi-district title game on a 20-yard pass. Buts Entsminger show from Pennsylvania Thursday The here Friday night. to Ken Bounds, with Bounds rac- ¡n the 53rd renewal of their tradi- buted victory In 10 starts under tutelage of J. R. «Buddy; Brothers. Leforce passed five yards in the second quarter to Halfback J. R. Boone for the first Tulsa touchdown, and set up the third quarter score with another peg to reserve end Ken | Sutton on the Arkansas four yard C ‘I. C Tí." A »rd M e ÜtAî» S;*t# 22. Ctah M pttritl *l«l I T* \un*v %i. i,i *«.»!*; I* SNfttwll 1© % Ml Rl< 1« u,i r A «.roo s* n*' hlrnrrn 30 Ul. AMI RIM KtMUlMI Jír» Tort 21. BrookJv» 2 Davidson Triumphs Over Furman, 13-7 C8UESNV1LLC. S. C. *4’ Fullback Es^C'Jt Bf'Wiii eame 'back to his home m’n ThuritfJay to lead Davidson "iUe.ge to a 13 to 7 Southern eon* v ictorv over Furman uni- five-day-week has contri- to a railroad freightcar Weslaco school officals, expect- !ing about 50 yards for the touch- jtVonal Thanksgiving Day football shortage because of the tying up ing a capacity crowd, have set up down. Bill Day kicked the extra classic. ot cars over week-ends. 1,500 additional seats. P°int- but he had missed one earlier; Behind by a 26 to 7 score starting Wichita Falls, Denison. Highland Park «Dallas), and Tyler wrapped The 40A Panthers spent most of ?nd 5° had and the Iast Quarter’ thf big red team <n uen o\er rmn <fistriC| titles in Thanksgiving Day contests, while capacity crowds the week in brushing up on their anJFheld* possessio^until time°ran fr°jn scored . lh€ turned out for a host of other tra- ------------------------------defense in an attempt to stop the ■ v Under ^ Ed McKeever. scored jMTiod to climax a Layne- * n<»i um« mt hiih irnrins icrwTi !out as Evans and company reached twice on 44-yard forward passes Bumgardner passing play. dlt,onaI encounters. \A/* SC®r "g JcrSeyS* . . . midfield. and twice missed getting the tying Halfback Frank Guess ran his Wichita Falls* powerful Coyotes V 0 OIQQ 1 G ▼▼ IHHGT The Falfurnas squad racked up ------------------ touchdown when Penn held for 1946 points-after-touchdown total blasted Graham’s undefeated slate ^ D O A 1 A a tot*1.of 271 P01J?ts in wmnin* Crotrh TnurnPV Set downs, both times on the three- to 27. successfully converting after with a 28-6 victory before an esti- DVOWV1 ZO-14 their nine games thls year whlle ^COTCn lOUrney DGJ » ^ all three Texas scores, mated 14.000 fans to win in Dis- their opponents were able to cross T Butler, Harlingen golf pro, * Cornell gave a hint of what was Texan l.inr Tou*h trict 2-AA Highland Park <Dallas> PROVIDENCE. R. I. <*>, During he goal only three times. Lynn| anno^ that lady golf- in store when Walt Kretz broke The Aggie squad couldn't get f^aled McKinney. 26-6. in District his final k^een-the^halves dress^ would sponsor a Scotch tourney loose for an 83-yard touchdown run rolling throuch the strong Texas 6”AA- ln* [oom speech as Colgate s head me leadingJersey ^ouna gainers,¡n the local course Dec. 15. the first time the big red got the line It threatened only once before Sherman lost its perfect record coach Thursday, the 68 year old ** th • »round cam# the A turkey supper is planned fol- ball, but most of the sellout crowd its lone touchdown, driving to the di^ 5*AA \° Denl*°n 'An. dy K.\d Ji“do^nJCr*aii|jersevs have shown an effective lowing the matches and awards will of 78.000 forgot about it as Penn Texa. six on i«« by pfeston »A and undefeated but once tied get him three touchdown^ and Jerseys haie ano»n an etiecuve rallied to tally four touchdowns and ¿,n,ri H 1.1 ih. Thrt;, f,,,.,.,! lh„! Marshall bowed to Tyler. 74.'in that's just what the Red Raiders passing attack. m .« h Dist. 11-AA's championship game did to gain a 20-14 victory over Both teams went through their , , Ed Dusek:fumbltrd<on he fo a ^ Temple and Waco tangle Friday Brown in their 28th Thanksgiving conference schedule undefeated and the next meetin* of the club Dec* ^ [_ ^CoXaball ind rolled his m Lunds night at Waco for the lone unde- morning football clash. |in non-conference play the Pan- tifipld to Kafftv fcided district title in 10-AA com- When the retiring Kerr cut loose thers lost two while the Falfurrias| With time running out. A and M P«^on F .,fh hi* valedictorian remarks, squad suffered only one defeat. End Charlie Wright took a 12-vard Odessa and North Side of Fort Brown had a 7-0 half time lead. The Panthers who were a strong EL PASO i/Pt A 52-yard pass and i»as* from Stan Hollmig on the 20 Worth remain the only two unde-thanks to an 80-yard march that; defensive aggregation all season, an 80-yard drive in the last half and raced over the goal John Bal- feated united teams in the state ended with Fullback Bob Shaugh-*showed their greatest offensive 1 handed the New Mexico Aggies a lantine converted for A and M ¡race, though Pasadena, Lamar nessy ploughing over for a yard strength of the year last week'14-7 victory over the Texas Col____________L__ (Houston* and Thomas Jefferson,and an extra point conversion by when they swamped the Raymond- lege of Mines before more than 9<San Antonio» are in the tied but sub center Joe Condon early in ville Bearcats 85 to 0. j 000 homecoming game fans at Kidd unbeaten class. The powerful Odes-}the second period. j ....-................ | field Thursday. sa eleven crushed Midland, 55-0 Further plans are to be made at completely outplay the New \ ork- We Have Plenty NATIONALLY ADVERTISED WHISKIES FELDMAN'S Liquor Stores PHONE 660 SAN BENITO HARLINGEN-BROWNSV11U Aggies Top Mines 1er en lUBFütíl Ashcraft Wins Turkey Shoot if of Erwin and if Bert Anderson, ck. set the Wild- <nd third period ve Davidson its of the sea- sa eleven crushed Miaiana, no-u With j^err*g pleas ringing in their \/ri||ov/ Will Thursday to put it squarely in the earg the Red Raiders look the VOIiey WIITer* ¥¥111 favorite’s seat for a spot in thc secon(j half kickoff and. with Tail- Form Association J. B. Ashcraft, vice-president of playoff finals back Ken Wheeler running almost the Harlingen Gunners, fired a 99 Thomas Jefferson annexed city at scored in six plays, to take class A honors—and a tur-, laurels to its^JSjAA banner by - ......—..............-—key—in the club s Wednesday night smashing Brackenridge, 38-«. turkey shoot. I ..... ” ..........1111 .....” Nathan Bos om, with a 92. and Forest VlCtOT a Dale Stevens, with an 81 also won ming crov\d of ________ __r .»a A pproxirriately tient# are gue State's home 3 ear. !50 soldier pa- af Michigan football games this Fast Fight Is Aired On KVAL Tonight turkeys when they copped B and Over Carolina, 35-0 C class honors. ____ Other results of the shoot Leroy CHARLOTTE, N. C. (*») Nick Sa Patton, 98. John Warlinton. 97, R. crinty s sure-shot passes sparked ¿^v nicht H. Jenkins, 95. 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