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Graham, Devlin Increase Lead BUENOS AJRES (AP) - De vid Graham and Bruce Devlin Stockton, also had a 73 for a HO as the U.S. team came in with a Cisco Hosts Ranger In Juco Battle THE ABILENE REPORTER-NEWS Abilene, Texas, Saturday M«f»lag, November 14,1971 5-B A M. ii ," -- ««-v iv^Yiiii *ia uiii fj.o. leani came in with a of A^rraha again mastered the 283 that enabled it to ba ^ course, American Lee Trevino 1 - 1J "-' · ""eiy stomped'oH in anger and Robert de Vicenzo kept the home crowd happy Friday at the halfway point of the 72-hole World Cup Golf Championship. Graham shot a six-under-par 67 for a 132 and Devlin fired a G9 for a 135, giving the Aussies a p] "I don't think I'm putting badly," Trevino told a newsman. "1 don't think I'm playing bad- "It took Australia two days to get where they are and it would only take us two days too," said Stockton. "The Australians are no better than us, there's no CISCO -- Cisco and Raneer a doubt about it." ! But the Aussies were par of disappointed junior much college football teams battle it By JAMES McAFEE Reporter-News Sports Editor SAN ANTONIO -- The Trinity 267 and a 10-stroke lead over second-place Argentina. The host country moved into the runner-up spot, six strokes in front of defending United Slates, as De Vieenzo shot a 67| for a 131 total and the individual!! load by a stroke over Graham, i "I'm a guest in this country ' so I better not say what I really think,"- said Trevino, the de- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSI Here's how the °ames fending individual champion,I Texas Christian Southern uo- who, visibly angry, stalked o f t " - the course without signing autographs after shooting a 73 for a 143. Trevino's partner, Dave belter Friday, with Devlin and Graham each canning eagles. "We're playing beautiful together," said Graham. ,, _,_ tulllclml; claimine th 4t n r A ." SSiCS Werenrt t" the S t- SCn ST" With ils -- "' «' B «"«'»» ^isuan claiming victory. bone-crushing defensive unit, college Wildcats in Southland KS not big enough, 1 said But a lack of scoring punch cost! r on f erencp Graham. "No lead is big enough ^ "'-·--'-- "-- ---· ---=- =_, ulj " lelulu in a tournament like this." out Saturday night in Cisco, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The Wranglers showed signs SAN AWTUWIU - Tne Trimly of being a conference contenderTi gcrs havc been a thorn in the Wildcats Attempting To Remove Tiger Thorn Many In SWC Battles The ho hasn't won a lhe Tig6rs in thfi last four Stm1s g a m e e Ceir S, ^. omp over New Mexico Militaryl'^ institute, have nonetheless put' ",,.' . ,.. . quite a scare into supposedly far!, sto PP'ng «'« rend presents a formidable task as the two stronger teams. Last week the Rangers fell to race into a tizzy. U. S. Trio Win Matches PARIS (AP) - Stan Smith, Arthur Ashe and Marty Rtessen captured victories for " six in a row to take a 22-21-2 and Texas Tech. Longhorns and four-touchdown a shoulder injury and SMU's n i ,. " d Chuck Hixson is ;,,,,,,, ;,, " ' s T , s n s o « r e y Tcxas_ rates^ a tt knee and the all-time NCAA passing champion is not a defi- favorite. Ar , n , r » '"i,,.: · i I lassm g cnampion " r ' . * P ' ° nite starter - Tn6 crowd of 4fl ' (M)0 en saved some prestige forj France in quarter-final matches of the Paris Indoor Tennis Tour- t Friday. swc , _ in Arkansas iee (2-5) and (0-.1] at Texas , AM (2 - ?) and «·* 1:3 ° Pm - '° CST: The crip P led *** boast In SWC n - i % - i_ · ^ --· -t.i, vi nj u 111 vi n i f ^ U u l l l V i Smith whipped countryman Texas AM and Rice tangle at .,,,,,·,, R,, rfnB , ,,. -- College Station. Neither club is , Dennis Ralston 7-5, 6-4; Ashe held off Britisher Roger Taylor 6-4, 6-7, 6-2 and Riessen toppled Pancho Gonzales 7-6, 6-0 in an- his other Ail-American quarter-final. Coven nailed a semifinal! berth for France by stopping! Australia's Ken Rosewall 7-6, 62. Ashe meets Coven and Riessen takes on Smith in Saturday's semifinals. (, Smith had early trouble with his booming sen-ice but was much steadier than Ralston, who made frequent errors. I Ashe relaxed in the second set! when it looked like he had the! match clinched, then lia;) to bat- Me from behind to take the nib-! ber set. . victorious in SWC play and Bo Hagan of Rice has announced retirement. ACC HOLDS MEET SATURDAY The Abilene Christian College high s c h o o l i n v i t ational cross-country meet will Ix; run Saturday in Will Hair Park at 11 a.m. ACC Coach Bill McClure says five teams have entered -- Midland High, Midland Lee, Big Spring, Odessa and Cooper. The schoolboys will run a two-mile course.. Blinn 19-14 after spotting the L ,v :: Buccaneers all 19 points in the Alamo stadlum - 'irst six minutes. The week! Second place in the SLC race Defore Orey lost to then !eaguej wi11 be U P for g fabs as botl1 leading Navarro by a score of enter U' e 6 ame with 2-1 records, 21-19 and the week before that '"chiding wins over Lamar Tech telHo Henderson County 14-6. aml Texas at Arlington and Starting lineup for Cisco will fosses to No - 1 ran ked Arkansas by sellollt be Saldana, 230; HG-Bill Greene, 40; RT-Bob Woltord, 228; TE- ary McGlung, 200; FL-Freddie Pouncy, 170; QB-Mark Morrow 178; TB-Galberson Zaehery, 189; RB-Lawi'ence James, 208 attack in thp C o e n c o beh nd the Southwest Lex James and Joe Mac King" Rice has tough defense led by middle guard Roger Roitsch nnd linebacker Dale Grounds. It's a pick 'em game with some 25 000 to 30,000 fans expected. Texas (7-0) and (1-0) at TCU (3-4-1) and (2-2) at 2 p.m. CST: Texas leads the nation in rushing with an average of 370.6 yards per game and hold Die longest winning streak with 27. A sellout crowd of 46,000 Is expected with Texas a four-touch down choice. TCU quarterback Steve Judy .is starter with a Longhorns have won the las five games in Fort Worth. side of the Abilene Christian teams prepare to lock horns again Jiere Saturday at 8 p.m. in SE-Hurles Scales, 190; LT- Slate. Although it's not very likely, the winner could even share the title with ASU if the winless UTA Rebels could pull off one of those rare shockers than happen - ames, i ·· -- - ~ -- ·· Starting lineup for Ranger wi1l' a S ainst comr be: SE-Gerald Tale ISO- LT-Ray woulti indieatc Courtney, 225; S G - G a y l o n , Gortune, 220; C-Skinner X " " -" 220; RG-Tom Fred Keith, Kelly, 245; every once in a while. A look at comparative scores ~'"" common opponents ... _ a close game. The Wildcats outscored the Cardinals, 42-28; the Tigers won, 37-31. The Tigers blanked the Rebels, 24-0; the Wildcats won, 21-7. The Wildcats bowed to the Indians, 28-23; the Tigers fell, 2114. However, the Wildcats will be .short-handed with a major part _. _ jof their potent offense on the I CXQS FfCSnlTICn si(le ' ines Acc °, uart erback Jim Lindsey broke a collarbone last 200; LT- TE-Larry Kueck, 225; FL-,Ioe Long, 190, QB-James Thorne, 180- FB- Jerry Smith, 1BO; RB-B. J Luck, 190. THE RECORD ACC (7-2) (M) 11 . . HPC .. 41 .. ETSU 17 .. ASU » .. UNC . 41 .. ENMU ii .... LT .. " .. ASU . . 33 .. Drak» . 21 ... UTA . TO .. Totals .. 35 J5 21 0 . 13 t . ^ 30 . 7 1 * - V 17 28 24 13 37 . 7 -- in isa TRINTY (HI (M) Wise. ST. .. Ail ... . SWTS .. .. D'son , . ASU .. .. SE La. . . UTA . ... LT ... . . Totlll . . 31 Tii Smash Frogies AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) _ Undo- teated Texjs ripped previously ACC'S RON LAUTERBACH . . . makes debut as starter OFFENSIVE STARTERS TRINITY ABILENE CHRISTIAN week while his favorite target!Player Ronnie Vinson broke a leg theiNicky Pruitt previous week. unbeaten TCU for 344 ,,., rushing in the first Jialf and, coasted to a smashing, 55-8 victory Friday in a Southwest Con-| fercnce freshman football game Trailing 55-0, TCU finally minutes ! Wayne Walton Thus, tlie outcome could boil i Ronnie Tiner a questionable scored in the closing sprained ankle "gainst a Shorthorn ,- i«ua, i " c i/ut^uuiu uuuiu uuiiitvoniue liner f an i' do . wn tc whether or not the other-Sonny Kennedy Wildcats can take up ths slackii) av id Smalley and accomplish something they!Tj us t y Drurv couldn't even do with Lindsey at| Wol£feang j, Mg nvo jHon Lauterbach »ui.i.*,i i . j n i rt -wi rutiuu ill i rut, "° -- *"" ** » j « » « n i i u i i i defense ha; :nmp and the Leghorns have six de- which included several subs noli, iakc s Ws tensive starters ailing. The No.2 even on scholarship. " TM ' the controls the last seasons. Freshman Ron Lauterbach JJAU11 iJtmiCl.! JDon Hair a u e r a c T . . . . n . tn f i l l QC i»i vim LGG Williams h the iirst half as halfback Don No 1 bigna Colo ' lj010 at Holder Wt. 175 245 195 215 195 220 195 200 185 220 155 Pos. SE-LE LT LG C RG RT TE-RE QB TB FB F-WB Player Bill Hodge Jim Kereszlury Rick Karleen Bruce Jackson Bruce Bealor Bill Keresztury John Howard Mike Curry Ralph LeFlore Greg Oliver Shawn Meagher Wt. 180 Wolfgang Halbig has come on strong in the last two games, too. The Wildcat defense has for the most part had to take a back seat to the offense as far as being in the limelight has been concerned. The defenders could hold the key which would finally unlock the door to a victory over the Tigers -- the first one in five years. Their task won't be an easy one, however. The Tigers have what Bullington called "three great running backs" in fullback Greg Oliver and tailbacks Ralph LeFlore and Earl Costley. All three rushes for over 100 yards last week. Costley had missed the two previous games because of an injury suffered in (he Arkansas State game. The "Mighty Mite" from Mart, who Bullington said "can really fly", also is a threat n punt and kickoff returns. With the emphasis on the run, ome of the Tigers' opponents lave forgotten about the pass nuch to their r e g r e t . Quarterback Mike Curry has mrt foes with timely passes, 235 215 210 220 240 205 190 190 190 17 inly more of a threat ,, ... -v ,,,,.,,,. - -- - - - - ~ " ·--"""in. uuu ana is cenamiy moreoi a inreai' Texas Tech (7-2) anrt (4-1) at Bun j lsk of Aldme zipped for 159 running with the ball. .Chip Marcum nxrllnv f f l.G\ n n r l l\ r\\ n _ . . _ _ VflrtlS OF) finlV P Pnrrioc nv nn' /i ,.i. 11*^11 _ n..u i - _ _ _. · t T i . tri DEFENSIVE STARTERS Baylor (2-6) and (1-3) 2 p.m CST: The Red Raiders hope to avcra g e keep their post-season appear cal l y - ance hopes alive in this one. Tech has a shot for at least a yards on only 9 carries, or an, "coach "wa'uy'Yuiiington said i Jack'Riser" of over 17 yards a'the Wildcats wouldn't really|jack Elites ·i'h" n ci, ^v. ,. . v ' make an y cn »ni e s in their ino Shorthorns finished with : of tensive attack despite the loss 125 yards rushing, raising theinot the best passing combination trip to lhe Cotton Bowl or some other post-season appearance such as the Sun Bowl which has been interested. Quarterback Charles Napper, wide receiver , g e n o te es passng comination P h season total to 1,518, or 159 morelin the college division ranks. | , than the old record set by the "You can't really change anl Steve Worster freshman team in offense in a week and expect 1S67. And Texas still has a gameiany kind of results," the ACC to play against the Texas AMicoach explained He did point sieve Ricks Tommv Brown P hii Martin ' " Freshmen next .Friday. out the Wildcats might stress! mmy ., cvens Home 200 205 190 200 200 205 185 185 170 205 175 Johnny Odom, 'and tough-run- Burrisk averaging almost 13 some other areas of their game,' ning sophomore Doug McCutcf!- rrtc a """'" '*"'" 1 ""' 1 ' en pace the Red Haider attack while quarterback Si Southall LE-LT LT-LG RT-RG RE-RT LB LB LB HB-C SS HB-C S Gary Hughes Dennis Watts Jim Miller Steve Majka Billy Burton Mike Smith Mike Toth Ron Boyette Fred Voorhees Walter Huntley Mike Scott mainly to wingback Shawn Ueagher. He's the same one Who gave the Wildcat secondary 'its last season. The Wildcats won't be at full strength on defense either with incbackers Kelvin Keele and Leon Ewing classed as doubtful. Tommy Brown and Jerry Wilson will fill in at these all-important positions. Meanwhile, the Tigers are a little luckier in the injury department. They didn't pick up 200 215 270S"' ( any new ones last week and thus I won't need to make any over- llhauls. ALAMO STADIUM, 8 P.M. LTUHIUIJ' vAiuiM, ana Tougn-ruii- ""·· , o--o «... iv uv AU n~n. c ,,*,.. ning sophomore Doug McCutcf!-' yartls a carl 'y this season, has 1 however. " · - - · - - . . . im n f or 93 yards an(1 has a , j^ mlg | lt mea|) such fine CFl ii e( i upon morc lt , al] in t(]e as L au t er h aC h | s capable and receiver Derek Davis make Lhe Bears dangerous. Tech is a 10-point pick. good shot at Jim Bertelsen's running U o,v,^ b ,,,, freshman school record of G85. [Williams, Don Han' Gorman Gains Tennis Finals LONDON (AP) _ Tom Gorman of Seattle, Wash., moved into the final of the Dewar Ten- Jim and Lee [ past. I oK-ning 'em with long bombs to If the Tigers suspect such a such split receivers as Pat ^Houston Wins sojjiGolf Tourney MS) HOUSTON (AP) - The Uni- ^^iversity of Houston golf team breezed to victory by a 32-stroke margin Friday in a college golf match, winding up with a 12- under par 1068 for the 54 holes. Southwest Texas State was of second with 1100, Houston Bap- 185 155 INDIAN LANNY BAKER . . from safety to linebacker ~ ,,,,,,.... iiunia, uau ncui mu Digt ji IKC iigcis Kupsui sufii K sucn spilt receivers as Pat Six Shorthorn backs scored Play" David Wallace will be.maneuver, they might regret Wllolder or Nicky Pruitt Tight end Friday, all on runs, with Bur-r -risk tallying twice on dashes of 1 14 and 3 yards and Pat Kelly,! normally a defensive back.j racing for two scores from the 3 and 7-yard lines. TCU's only score was a 9- yard pass from quarterback list College third with 1127 followed by Angelo State's 1129 and Trinity's 1176. Cup by Mike Morrison lo end John Ott, who caught four passes for 44 - - - --«·" * w « » pn^jco IU1 11 (Jl(,l\eu A IUU£IL l I U I U t i C U U N I l K tournament Friday yards in the 56-yard touchdown assignment. They entertain the defeating nritsm'c rfri,TM powerful Texas Af Javelinas in defeating Britain's -------- B _____ Gerald Hatlrick, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4. Gorman's opponent in Saturday's final will be John Alexander of Australia, who defeated Czechoslovakia's Vladimir Zednik 64, 6-7, fi-4 in the other men's semifinal. HPC Faces Tough Al BROWNWOOD -- Tiie Howard!that AI has been the' "Sure," Coach Cameron said SPORTS RADIO, ON TV Payne Yellow Jackets really picked a Jiomecoming JaS" 11 ^ f ° e fW the Yf!llow ," We kll ° w that AI is tough' Game results of the · i f u i \ , L i u * I^AUO rkixt u a v S H I L a a 1IJ Texas now has won 4 and lost'a 2 p.m. contest here Saturday none; TCU is 3-1. in Lion Stadium. Tfte Javelinas will come here with their usual high national ranking and as the No. 1 team in the tougli Lone Star Conference. This will mark the fifth time GRID RESULTS FRESHMAN Texas 55, Texas Christian 8 Rice 14, Baylor 5 worksheet and a 2-2 record with the Khigsville outfit. ' Indians Attack Bearkats By VERLE ENfiLERTH Reporter-News Sports WrKer __ ........... _ ........ HUNTSVILLE _ The Me- 'week against Texas AI - a kickoff returns \vitii "the'liitwof' Murry Indians of Coach Buddy game which the Bearkats lost'Dickey Williams and Eugene Fornes invade Prilchell Field 31-M and fell into second place Lewis. ; a doubtful starter, having McMurry also will have t o i ' suffered an ankle injury last keep a watchful eye on punt and) RADIO Salur4«Y !?:« p.m.-- SWC Fooftall: SMU Arkansas, KNIT. KBST, KGKL. 1 :15 p.m.-- SWC Football: Rice at T«xsj ASM, KV/KC, KTEO. 1:45 p.m.-- SWC Football; Texas Tech here Saturday night with a hard- in the LSC. earned 4-3 loop mark whan they Ro m V!T tangle with Lone S t a r undoubtedly be Conference opponent S a m re(:eivel , n(l cfm HnfJL (,, R i , ,,,, th hc ' s n Sam Houston is 6-2-1 on ths caugnt «* Six ,,,,, The Indian secondary, which will holds an interception standard of i S primary 20, will have a chance to up that) y He has to the air when they have lo. passes for 423 yai'dsj The Indians find themselves! McMurry will definitely have its hands full on enemy, grounds is it comes face-to-face with probably the best all-around quarterback in the league. QB David Kubiak has ^ U r r t N S I V E STARTERS Freeman Lamkin Pat Holladay passed for 976 yards, finding the 7 nwrk for 10 TDs, and also has'* 1 ?. , , total' R °8 cr 5 ial11n Wt. 180 252 185 225 205 215 180 195 175 207 195 Pos. SE LT LG C RG RT TE-SE QB FB TB WB Player Chuck Hill Terry Fincher Joe Hambrick Frank Williams Steve Crosson Dan Vincik Brad Norvel David Kubiak Fred Reese Eugene Lewis .lirruny Anthis ~ i with a . game average total THE RECORD ! offensc ot 158 - 8 - Martin has jthrown 13 TDs, while 15 aerials Jhave been intercepted. w] leading the Indian rush will »jbe senior tailback Archie Smith 5 j'who has garnered 928 yards for - a 4.7 per total average through eight games. Smith can join an elite class Saturday if he can pickup at least 72 yards. Not since the legendary Indian Brad Rowland gained 1,279 yards in MCMUERY l«) I5-J . . . . P V . . . . .... AI . .. SWTS .. . . . SFA . . .. ETSU . .. SR .... . ASU . . . TS ... . . TcUH . . 13 29 4fl 23 IS 1« 3 !7 21 48 55 25 U 1J U \t -- m SHSC Troy £TSU . SR SWTS . HPC . AI .. 15-8 in 1961, but has lost the last two encounters, 6-36 in 1964, and 14-20 in 1968. Coach Cameron has been pointing out to the Jackets daily that in 1958 Lamar Tech came lo Brownwood with the No. 1 ranking in the nation, but left Yellow Jacketfland with a 24-19 defeat. AI came to Brownwood in 961, also with the No. i anking in the land, and the ackels upset the Javelinas 15-S. In 1968, AI was also ranked s the best collegiate team in ic NAIA, and lhe Jackets urned in one of their belter fforts of the season, before rising 14-20. · a ' so k . now 1J 'f there 1S a advailta ge when you are on J' ow own ' iel l and more «P«ciaUy on the day that ou are paying tribute to your -- - ·· v B ' ' c l " ^ uul Special guests for the day will be members of the 1954 HPC eleven which posted a 9-1 won and lost record and which scored the still standing HPC season record of 260 points. series with the Bearkats dating back lo 1926. MeMurry has won 'only two encounters, while Sam V_'_' Houston State has emerged^ 949 ' ias an Jnti ' an managed victorious throe times -- the last mol .' c lnan 1 ' 0 * 0 y ards rushing in ,,.*,,.,* .·_ Y*V« rt( - n ' a .single season. Freshman fullback S a I Anrtrndc, who has rushed for 217 rushed for another 547 yards. He v^ 1 ^ 6 is, by far and away, Sam!jj Houston State's leading ·--· ! « nffe offense gainer. . Fornes said earlier this week ;Areflle bn TM that Kubiak is a good enough 1 Matt Chalmers DEFENSIVE STARTERS 185 LE Ronnie Carroll 220 LT John Edens 177 RT I. C. Sklar 190 RE Gary Kinard 215 MLB Ronald Gipson 195 SLB-RLB Monroe Scott AIcMurry has spent long hours y ards aml a 3 -. 7 n0 TM' will be lis week drilline aeainst thr: caUctl on to relieve some of the to. However, Kubiak Is not lhe only hard running B«arkat the, Leo Johnson Indians will have to contain. |Jlm Rumage Fred Reese, a fullback, has parrel! Phillips garnered 801 yards while Dennis Campbell tailback Bill Lewis has added Geof Orwig another 622 yards, JK. K. Klaerner S»m Houston State, undw the helm of Coach Tom Page, has in ample passing attack with top receiver being Jf.nmy Anthlt, who has caught 25 ·Mate for 417 yards and two TOs. However, the freshman is Lanny .toe Baker Van Grady Joe Gllleapie Glen Nix Mike Barnes 190 WLB-LLB Dan Vara 192 C-RHB Coleman Porter 175 C-LHB Dickey Williams 150 S-R Robbie Sneed 175 S Bo Breene 230 came in 1969, 35-13 -- a score '05 the Reservation-Dewllers would 200 sorely love to avenge 205 J ·^ this week drilling agaiiist the, - 170 option and power rush but a big ; P'' cssnre boun(1 to ^ exerted on 185 job will fail in the hands of!;i, milh - One olher manipulation 215 sophomore defensive end Dennis Fornes may utiliz e could be the 185 Campbell. H e will be starting j nwill g back around with senioi 150 place of injured standout Jerry. att CnBlmcrs on the mai Halpin. '.carrying end. Chalmers has Linebacker Roger Vinson also'P ickcd U P 113 y ards nA is out, and secondary ace Lannyi Chalmers also ranks as the 250 Joe Baker has moved up to fiii'Indians' leading receiver ii 24fl thai vacancy while freshman' lhree departments. He ha 225 Miko Barnes fills in for Baker.icaught 31 passes for 434 yardo 220 Barnes has two interceptions,'^ 1 " 1 e 'Ei ! l touchdowns -- p.nolhcr 180 and it was his second -- last 1 India" record. 210 week against Tnrleton State --I Senior split end Pete Polcr' 165 that established the new adds more coal lo the burnlii] 190 standard. pass offense of the Indians. Th 185 It'll be two of the tougher speedster has caught 27 passt PRITCHETT FIELD, 7N P.M. i offenses meeting here as MeMurry's junior quarterback Roger Martin leads the attack. He has passed for 1,354 yards for 395 yards and Ihrce TDs Over the mWdl« Martin can looi for tailback Smith who ha caught 28 passes for 227 yards «t , 7:50 p.m.-- College Football: McMurry at Sam Houston, KNIT-FM; Abilene Cfirislfan fit Trinity, KWKC. Monday 7:A5 p.m.-NFL FoOlball: St Louis at Dallas KWKC TELEVISION Saturday 12:30 p.m.-- NCAA Football: Gee rate el Auburn, KTXS-TV. 10:30 a.m. . Sunday Noire Da : . . -- re ame Vi Tech video tape replay, KRBC, e Vi. Georgia . 3 p.m.-- NFC Denver. Foolball: Oakland II Monday Texans Ready 'Shotgun' Attack STEPHBNVILLE - The Tarleton State Texans will have their "shotgun" ready In an effort to get in the win column against Stephen F. Austin here Saturday night. The Texans have enjoyed lots ( of success from their spread formation in lhe Jast few games, but still are winless in seven starts. Since going to the shotgun, airlanes with the longest coming ACC Holds Badminton Tourney Abilene Christian will host its irst Guy Scruggs o p e n "····-^ 6--" TM mu .muigun, Badminton tournament Saturday!rifle-armed Dan Garretl has at the Gibson P h y s i c a l|thrown 175 times, completed 86 Education Center. for a .500 average and has uutituua v^umci. i 1 " ' « -wwu uvi:it£t; ouu ua.-i Thirty two entries have signed 'Collected 1,075 yards through the ip for the one-day lourney.iaif- named in honor of the veteran) The Texans have also scored ... \CC instructor of physical seven Plication a n d l o n g t i m e ladminton advocate. Competitors are entered from Abilene, Dallas, Wichita Kails ind Austin. Several ACC exes will he in the meet. Among them ire Dickie Dowell of Wichita . ? alls, din'.TM Smith tit Austin ncl Mrs. Max King of Aliilcne. Competition w!H be in men's ngles ,in:l doubles, mixed oui)!r5 ,'intl ladies' singles and loubles. Play starts at 9 a.m. Saturday. Finals are Saturday afternoon. against 51-yard Garrctt to Alex The Garrctt-to- combination also on the third play Howard Payne on a bomb from McKinney. McKinney connected-for two TD's against McMurry last week. George White, Mike Neil!, Watson Wright, and John Leseman have accounted for Uie oilier pass-touchdowns with Neill notching his on a pitch-out from Garrett to Leseman to Neill. Coach Taylor also praised the work of the Texan defensive unit singling out Gary Lucas, Gerald Brazzle, Roger Mogotiyo, Don - ' ~ Mike

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