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14- A 1 ^~*» THE ABILENE REPORTER-NEWS Abilene, Texas, Friday Morning, November 6, 1978 Madison's Junior High Bison, 53 Carmichael of Australia upset looking forward to next week's '"'" Cliff Richey of San Angelo.ibig game against undefeated j if 'j's- Tex., 7-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 in a rugged]and untied Lincoln, defeated;' 3'^-hour quarter-final match Mann Junior High, 19-6,] ~ Park,! Thursday in the Argentina In- Thursday night at ernational Tennis Champion-!but only after ships. ! deadlock early in the second In other men's singles match es, Jan Kodes of Czechoslovakia defeated Ray Ruffels, Australia, Lincoln tailback Eddie Hall rips through Franklin's secondary for a 14 yard gain and a first down during third quarter action between the Longhorns and the Broncos Thursday afternoon. Lincoln won, 27-0, hcimps Win Hy ART LAWLER Reporter-News Sports Wriler The Lincoln Longhorns are the 1970 city Junior high football champions as a result of!' Thursday afternoons 2 7 - 0 thrashing of the Franklin Broncos at Rose Park Stadium. Though the Horns still must beat the Madison Bison next week to wrap up the second half crown, the victory Thursday assured them of the overall title; ninnerup Madison being eliminated because of a loss and a tie. The "mean machine" now stands 8-0 on the season, having racked opponents by a combined score of 167-12. The Longhorns failed to score on their initial possession when Rudy Rodriquez fumbled the ball inlo lhe wailing arms of James Smith at the Bronco 16. When the Broncos failed to move on their first set of downs it proved disastrous. James Smith got off a beautiful 33-yard punt. In fact it was a little too beautiful for the Bronc's who were unusually slow at getting down the field to cover the punt. Speed merchant Monte Harris obligingly took the ball at his 41 and raced 20 yards before he ever saw a maroon jersey. By that time it was too late as the 141 pounder roared on down the field to complete a 59-yard touchdown with 4:09 left in the opening period. Eddie Hall then barreled over left tackle for the two points, giving the Horns an 8-C advantage. The Broncos came back with a pair of first downs on the following series and appeared to be loosening up the Horn defense In moving 26 yards to the Longhorn 24 before a James Foreman fumble thwarted the march. In this drive the Bronc's picked up both first downs on R A N K L I N ! Etrai B nt times in the drive oi Richey Falls To Australian BUENOS AIRES (AP) - Bob Bison Bump Falcons By VERLE ENGLERTH Reporter-News Snorts Writer First Downs . Rushing yardagf Pasting Yardage punn, Av«r»9« .. Fu±" ;5 L'S? S ' ^ yard line that saved the drive. Following exchanges of the Cudone Gels Repeat Win PIMEHTJRST, N.C. AP) Philip Cudone, Myrtl* 21 ° rx , The Bison took tjie and game's 6-3, 6-3, 0-6, ranulovicli C-l, of and Zjelco (lie first score with McColluni, ... _. L :Who gained 58 yards in lhe lhe Bison, led by the kpvjgame, capping the drive with a running of tailback Mack McCollum, the pressure passing one-yard plunge for the score, Pale-hell's PAT pass attempt to ·· "'pigskin, Mann put together a 39- i of i6| y ar d drive f or jt s first and only Mrs. 'score of the evening. jBeach, S.C., . successfully de- With 5:35 remaining in thej (ended her title Thursday in the initial half, Mann fullback Lewis North and South Women's Sen- Clcmnier crashed over from a ioi- s Golf Championship, firing a yard out for (he score that five-over par 79 for a M-noI« evened lhe tilt at 6-6. Clemmer score of 231 over the women's .ran for the PAT, but was par-74 championship No. 1 score course at the Pinehurst Country ,-j Club. : Tied in second place were · stopped short and the remained tied. Mann's score was set up urned back Jan Kukal, Czechoslovakia, 7-6, 6-0, 6-1. Yugoslavia! 0 ' quarterback Stan _ Palclicll end David Pieranyski fell Initially by a poor J3-yard pimt Mrs. John Penington, Buffalo, Tech Frosh Trip AM LUBBOCK, Tex. (AP) - Texas Tech's freshmen won their fourth game in a row Thursday night as James Mosley exploded for four touchdowns and :ed the Picadores to a 43-21 victory over Texas AM's Fish. Mosley rushed for 157 yards on 23 carries to pace the undefeated Texas Tech first year men. He scored on runs of 10, 5, 16 and 1 yards. A crowd of 22,500 witnessed the Khiva Shrine Bowl game, the proceeds of which go to the Shriners' hospital for crippled children. Joe Barnes of Texas Tech who rushed 13 times for 98 yards, also had an 84-yard punt return for a touchdown. He ran for 5 yards for another third- quarter score. and clutch receptions by|jjicomplete, and Madison led C-0 nngback David Mayes, had with 3:20 remaining in the initial ittle troubling winning following'quarter. season's mark to 6-1-1, whilejkey three-yard run by'tailback Mann fell to 2-7 on lhe year in John Douglas on a fourth-ami-i tsjast game of the season. |one situation at the Falcon 37- 117 Passing Yardage )2'glVing u teammates . in flTSt . ..... . Passes Completed ..... 1 of B ,|rmm ^t- tho "Rrr,nr.ft - ...... oraown at me rsronco . 1 for 32,5| T7 rri m thnrn ic tnnV Uall nnn -f mere is tooK Jiail one ·onghorns decided it was time o get on the Scoreboard again vithout further delay. On first lown, quarterback G a r y ialbraith launched a 68-yard ass to Monle Harris to set the lorns up with a firat and goal at tlie eight yard line. On the next play, Galbraith oiled to liis left on the ruu-pass ption, saw his defenders overed and raced down the left ideline for the score. It was a 76-yard drive in two ilays. Hall was stopped short on he try for points and the score tood 14-0 with 7:17 left in the lalf. Following Benjai imin Falls To O'Brien BENJAMIN -- O ' B r i e n remained undefeated and ran their District 4-B Six-Man mark to 3-0 here Thursday in defeating host Benjamin, 48-45. Both teams managed scores in every quarter in the scoring circus, but loser Benjamin fel to 1-1 in zone competition. The Bulldogs of O'Brien were led by Joe Flores and Steve Figuerro who tallied a couple o TDs each, while Allan Holmes and Danny Del Hierro added one each. Rayland Hayes booted six two-point PATs for the Bulldogs In a losing effort, Mustang Jimmy Pierce found the endzone four times, while Donnic Roberts and Billy Pierce eaci scored once. Benjamin's Frank Morro\ caught a one-point PAT pass while the last Mustang scor came on a safety who O'Brien's QB Del Hierro wa tackled in his own endzone. Scmfo Wins, 48-34, To Escape Cellar MORAN-The Santo Wildcats moved out of the 7-B six-man cellar Thursday night with a 4£ 34 victory over the Moral Bulldogs. The Wildcala rolled up a 2B-1 halfUmc lead before going on ti pick up 22 polnls in the final twi periods while holding thi Bulldogs to 20. Ths win moves Santo lo a 1-2 mark In conference play whlli Moran drops to 0-2, P 13 ^ to S° off lclt tackle, cut to onrth and must situations. '«s left and caiTy it in for the mith got the first one by indie? m a fourth and two. Wingback like Wilson then swept left end wice in a row to pick up the ext first down on a fourth and hree play. Wilson picked up line and 17 yards on the two :amcs. Taking over at the 24 the a Chuck Silton nterception of tailback James imith's pass, the Horns rolled to heir third TD of the afternoon n six plays. Rudy Rodriqucz carried three six points. Jim McElyea's kick was perfect, making it 21-0 with 5:52 left in the half. The Broncos played against the Lincoln reserves for the most part during the second half, but never seriously Ihreatened to score though John Forman shook loose for 26 yards at one point. They did however manage to come up with some Bourne Retains Qualifying Lead TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Bob Bourne slipped to a three-under par 69 Thursday, but still man aged to hold on to a one-stroke lead in the second round of the 1970 Professional Golfers Asso elation tour qualifying tournament. | The 26-year-old Bourne, from Oberlin, Ohio, had five birdies and counted 30 putts on the par 36-36-72 Tucson Country Club course. fine defensive plays. James Smith recovered his second fumble of the afternoon when his teammates tackled quarterback Jack King for a 12-yard loss in the third period. Larry Fisher scooped up still another Longhorn fumble in the final quarter. Lincoln's final with 1:17 left score came following a he early scare. Madison's victory brought its Madison picked up four first downs in the drive, but it was a off the foot of Madison's puntcr|N.Y., and Mrs. Donald O'Brien, VIcCollum from his own 26-yardiRichmond, Va., both at 247, ine. Big play in the drive was a' 17-yard pass completion from quarterback Paul Ogden to wingback Mike Phipps on a fourth and four situation at the Madison 22-yard line. Patchell hitting 16-yard aerial for Not to be denied, Madison came charging back following another couple of pigskin exchanges and went ahead for good just before the half. The Bison scoring drive covered 62 yards in only seven plays with Mayes on a the TD with only 43 seconds left in the half. McCollum's pass for the PAT on a fake kick set up dropped incomplete and Madison pulled to a 12-6 lead. Key plays in the drive were a 14 yard run by McCollum, a 10 yard run by Patchell, and an 11 yard Patchell to Marion Kiker pass completion in addition to the TD aerial. 1'igskin exchanges were the order of the night following the second half kickoff, but Madison finally took advantage of a Falcon miscue late in the third period to close the scoring. Falcon QB Ogden was intercepted by Bison Floyd Kppble and Madison set up shop at Mann's 29-yard line. On the first play Patchell hit McCollum on a two-yard pass completion lo the 27, and then Ag President Backs Stalling* COLLEGE STATION Tex. ·-. AP) -- Texas AM university'* ,'i new president, Dr. Jack K. WU- - iams, said Thursday head foot. ; ball coach Gene Stalling, his : staff and the players have the : f ull support of the university'! }·, administration. ·; Williams noted he was awar« · ; of various rumors speculating : on the future of Staljihgs as · : result of recent losses. He emphasized there has been .: no recent meeting of the univer- ; ; sity's athletic council and none' is planned before the end of the : · · football season. He aJso said h« .!: lias received no rccommenda- ::- tions, from the council or any : 'faculty or administrative group. He has made no recommendations to the board of directors, and has not been requested to lo so, Williams continued. i "I have visited with the coaches and the players and they are determined to win," he noted "We know they can do it. They did it against LSU, which is always tough, and they dominated the Michigan game." "Our main football concern right now," he added, "is beat- He had a one-stroke lead over, Victor Loustalot of Sacramento Calif. One of Pete Maravich's problems is this, his rookie season in the NBA, is that he hangs in the air too long, according to his coach, Richie Guerin of the Atlanta Hawks. And when he hangs, there is a defender hanging with him, more often than not which he returned 21 yards to the Franklin 13. Four plays later on a fourth and four situation, Lewis plowed his way in from seven vards out. Harris 1 attempted kick was no good. Floridians Bury Chaps, 130-110 MIAMI BEACH (AP)-Larry Jones exploded for 41 points Thursday night to lead lhe Floridians to their biggest output of ory over Texas in the American Basketball Association. Jones' total was his best of he young season and the team also topped its highest by five. foncs had a previous high of 36. L-- Harris, 59 punt return (Hall run) L -- Galbralth. a run {run failed) L -- Hall. \4 run [McElyM kicked) L - - Lewis. 7 run (kick failed) No New injuries "or Wildcats By VERU3 ENGLEKTH Reporter-News Sports Writer It's been an eventful week for the Abilene Christian Wildcats and Coach Wally Bullington because drills have been held without any new injuries, the weather's been cool and crisp, and above all two key personnel ·elurned to action after having suffered injuries against Drake last week. Tight end Wolfgang Halbig, starting-in place of injured Stan Williams out for lhe season with i separated shoulder, returned o the drill field Thursday, and Bullington said he "looked ;ood." JIalbig sustained a bruised" kidney against Drake, and had been out of action the majority of the week. Back up quarterback Ron Lauterbach, who also sees duty on spccilty teams, also practiced for the first time Thursday. He had been hampered with a severe groin injury, but appears steaming towards top health once again. ACC spent the first part of the week "getting over injuries and soreness" in addition to correcting mistakes they made against Drake. Tuesday, said Bullington, the Wildcats looked at the UT- Arlington offense for the first time. "Their (UT-A) option series is really strong," n o t e d Bullington. "We spent a lot of sprint out pass and the draw play off the sprint out," he added. Offensively, the Cats have again been drilling on pass protection, and working against the UT-A defensive stunts coming off the blitz. TJte lalter part of the week and passing attack, BuOlngtoa Mayes, the same lad who earlierij ng SMU, Rice and Texas " caught a TD pass, broke a ! __ couple of tackles and rambled 27] _ . *· « · |yards for the score wilh 2:13 GuStinC JOCKS remaining in lhe third period. After a five yard penalty was , assessed against Madison, Charlie Taylor booted the PAT. Madison leil 19-6, and all scoring | ended. I passes from Allan Luker, the i Madison had e a r 1 i e rK :ust! ' ne Tigers romped to a 58-1J [threatened to tally, but a verdlct over the sidne y Eagles. Patchell aerial was 'intercepted' T!le f^ er ""led up a 44-« by Falcon Max Brinson at if, clhalnime ]ead a "d 'hen coasted Mann 19-yard line killing the!' 0 the victory. Luker also threat i contributed 10 points on five I kicks after TDs. Sidney, 58-12 GUSTINE - Sparked by Joe Adams' three touchdowns on . 1'lie all-time career ABA scorer National Services in College division. Lindsey lias run 398 plays in '.'. eht games for 2.354 varrts :inrl: ealcncs P 61 ' (more than any of the top 11), nine touchdowns and 7.5 eight games for 2,354 yards a n d j Neither team t h e r e a f t e r mounted a serious scoring bid and Madison was content to run |o«t (he clock, while Mann and Ogden went furiously--and ! unsuccessfully--to lhe air time 19 and again. In lhe losing effort for Mann Clemmer gained 42 yards rushing, and Ogden passed for ».nother 53. But Odgen also lost 27 yards rushing. Madison's Patchell hit five of nine passes for 47 yards. a 294.3 average, far ahead cf] Abilene Christian also is first '- Von Dulm of Portland Slate who' ! n l n l a l offcns e wilh 3,837 yards has 357 plays for 1,993 yards i t i l i n 6C() P' a .vs for a per game ""' ~ ' ' has faice hit 52 in his career. Lueders-Avoca Whips Weinert WEINERT - The Lueders- Avoca Raiders picked up their[22.1 per game. Von Dulm has!cent, 2,514 yards and 314.3 per irst 4-B district win Thursday] 175 of 332 attempts throughlgame average. The Wildcats flight with an Impressive 76-33' seven games for .527 per cent] also are 10th in scoring wilh 282 284.7 average. The ACC quarterback second in passing to Von Dulm wilh 177 of 333 attempts for .532 per cent and 2,451 yards and 21 touchdowns. He has completed mean of 479.6 yards. Arkansas State is sixth with 544 plays, 3,083 yards and 441.1 average. In forward passing, ACC is second to Portland State wilh 182 of 3!7 attempts for .524 per Hiskey's 65 Leads blasting of Weinert. Gene Davis led the Raiders with six touchdowns enroute toi the massacre. Keith Henderson South Texas PGA chipped in with 22 points on a TD and eight two point kicks I CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex. (A Tommy Miller led Bulldog Tour veteran Babe Hiske; scorers with 26 points on four £° min .S. off a J' ccent victory (points for a 35.3 average. WAD I SOM MANN Madison-- McCollum, 1 run (PAT failed) . 1 run [PAT tailed) Madiion-Mnyes, 27 . (Taylor kldO AREA CAGE RESULTS GIRLS-- Wcslbrook 41, Coahoma 37 Woxann Wall, 10 B-Tram , Moore, 26 (Wesrbrook), Twvlfa Ccahoma). Coahoma 55, WeslbrooX 3? Mike Gunter also had three touchdowns while Pat Gunter contributed a pair to the cause. David Steele and Larry Wilson picked up the two Eagle scores in the second and third quarters. Pistons Claim 12th Victory DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Pistons spurted away late in lhe third quarter and went on to crush the hapless Buffalo Braves, 121-109, in a National Basketball Association gams Thursday night. It was the twelfth victory in 13 starts for the Pistons, who continue to enjoy their greatest start ever in NBA play. For the Braves, the loss was t h e i r ninth straight since opening the season with a victory over Cleveland. touchdowns and a two-point kick. This included a 65 yard kickoff return. Lueders-Avoca now stands 1-1. in conference play while Weinert sinks to 0-3. RON LAUTERBACH . . . returns to practice said his gridders also drilled against iho Bcbel passing attack as well as the UT-A wide game. Wildcat secondary men and line backers were drilled the hardest regarding that aspect. Thursday BuBington sent his men through more team polishing with emphasis on pass timing, and Friday the coach said the team will "loosen up in sweats -- no pads -- and work on all aspects of the kicking game." The practice will lasts only 35 minutes. A big change -- and a most Important one -- administered Arkansas Freshmen Edge NTSU, 16-12 DENTON, Tex. (AP) -- Halfback Joe Hammond scored with 2:22 left to give Arkansas a 1612 college freshman football victory over North Texas Thursday night. The Shoals also picked up a safety in the fourth quarter lo overtake North Texas. j North Texas, playing without jiy one of its three quarterbacks, had laken Die lead on a 53-yard run by Charles Johnson and two fioJd goals by Mark Means. Hammond also scored (he other Arkansas touchdown from the one in the first quarter. the Sahara Classic, continue his sparkling play and hot putt ing Thursday with a 7-urider-pa 65 to take the first round leai in the South Texas PGA Touma ment. Hiskey, who is from Galen Park, has nines of 33-32 on In Par 36-36--12 Corpus Chris Country Club Course. His closest competitors wer Jack Hardin Jr. who shot and Chuck Klein and Bert Weav er who had 70s. Host pro Tommy Burke sh 71 and defending champion Tom my Aycock fired a 72. I speaking of good insurance men Meet Gene Robertson MHIerman Millermcn Insurance CASUALTY time working on that and their this week was Uio positioning of junior Nicky Prultt at split end for the injured Ronnie Vinson -out for the year with a broken 'eg. Pruitt Is D top utility man who has seen action at times this year filling in at wingback, split end and tailback. Saturday afternoon's clash was spent primarily with team with UT-Arllngton will b« ACC's polishing -- both the running homecoming and ticket sale« are ahead of year 1 * pace,. 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