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Harr Cats vs. Smith tf Tribe Goalby Wins Heritage To Save Pros' Pride DON HARR . . . top ACC rusher ARCHIE SMITH . . . lop McM rusher ACC, McMurry Renew City Football Rivalry By VERLE ENGLERTH Reporter-News Sports Writer It's been a long, hard grind this year, but the McMurry Indians and the Abilene Christian Wildcats finally find themselves pitting respective strengths against each other Monday at 7:30 p.m. in Shotwell Stadium. Reservation-dwelling C o a c h Buddy Coach Fornes and Wildcal Wally Bullington both optimistically look to the game as being a toss-up, considering the intense rivalry when the adrenalin is stirred, and this contest should be no different than those in past years, The cross town''tods' have faced three common opponents! ""^^~"~ this year in Howard Paynej THE RECORDS College, East Texas State and! Angelo State. ACC fell to HPC, 35-27, in a season opener, stampeded past ETSU Hie ensuing week, 41-21, and defeated Angelo Stale, 17-13, .lie third week of Ihe season. On the other hand, McMurry was victorious in only one of the ;ame p i t t i n g common opponents, having defealed East Texas, 10-3, at home. The Indians dropped 55-0 and 55-13 decisions to ASU and Howard Payne, respectively. Thus, ·-the Wildcats must be considered .favorites -, on .paper. But due to the nature of the OFFENSIVE STARTERS McMURRY Player Leonard Peters .. Freeman Lamkin Pat Holladay .... Dale Jackson -Mike Rosenberg m. ... 180 ... 260 .. 185 ... 225 215 Pos. .. SE .. LT .. LG .. C ... RT ABILENE CHRISTIAN Player Wt. .. Nicky Pi-uitt 17! Wayne Walton 245 .... Ronnie Tiner 195 ... Sonny Kennedy 215 .. Dusty Drury 220 . 195 200 . 220 Archie Smith 207 .... TB .... Don Harr 185 Bob Busby 180 .... TE .... Wolfgang Halbig .. Roger Martin 105 .... QB Ron Laulerbach .. Sal Andrade 175 . . . . F B .... Jim Lee Williams Matt Chalmers 195 .. WB-F .... Pat Holder 15! ACC (8-2) (3-1) HPC ETSU A S U UNC ENMU LT ASJ Drake UTA Trimly Totals 3i SO 21 10 13 IS 7 a 7 10 !7 31 28 0 13 19 7 14 IS 13 173 174 McMurrv 15-5) U-5] PV AS. I 5WT SFA ETSU SR ASU TS SHS HPC Totals The Indians have given up 372 Harr lias gained 831 yard points to opponents. with a 5.4 carry norm, Willian The Wildcat attack, with]TM yards and a 5.9 carrj senior quarterback Jim Lindsey absent with a m e n d i n g ' collarbone break, rests on the series, records can feasibly be pitched over the cliff. In posting an 8-2 record to date, Ihe Wildcats have lotaled 323 points while giving up only 173 -- only three less .points than McMurry "has "scored l 'all' year capable shoulders of freshman Ron Lauterbach, a strong 200- pounder who can run as well as throw the pigskin. A double-threat, Lauterbach will have the usual backfield of tailback Don Harr, fullback Jim Lee Wiliams, and flanker- wingback Pat Holder. Harr and Williams have enjoyed much, success this year via the infantry department, while Holder is respected for his receiving ability.. ".. .. DEFENSIVE STARTERS Leo Johnson .. Jim Rumage .. Darrell Phillips 177 .... RT Dennis Campbell 190 Geof Orwig 215 K. K. Klaemer .... Roger Vinson Van Grady Joe Gillespie Glen Nix Lanny Joe Baker .. SHOTWELL STADIUM, 7:30 P.M. McMURRY ABILENE CHRISTIAN 185 .... LE .... Chip Marcum 200 220 .... LT .... Jack Kiser 205 Jack Stiles 1!)0 RE .... Dave Mann 215 MLB-LB .. Tommy Brown 200 195 . SLB-LB .. Phil Martin 205 200 . WLB-LB .. Kevin Keele 195 192 ... C-HB .. Robert Cain 185 . 175 ... C-HB .. Jimmy Slevens 205 . 150 ... S-SS .. Eddy Mendl 170 . 190 .... S .... Travis Home 175 How Quick Lame Heal May Decide SWC Title By DENNE H. FREEMAN weekend off to visit Los Angeles this is the best material to come Associated Pi-ess Sports Writer ;to see the Cotton Bowl's guest to TCU since the 1950s when It's time for Uie Big Shootout team--Notre Dame--take a No. 2 between Texas and Ar- 28 bath at the hands of the kansas for the Southwest Con- Southern California Trojans, ference championship and Ihel Rice and Texas Christian we were winning." He said TCU is "On an up cycle." fie said (wo successive banner freshman crops plus the return of 51 of Ihe top 57 play Taylor, respectively. title may well be decided onjclosed out their season Salur- how well the lame heal jday with victories for departing ers from this team provides a in the crucial six days bcforejcoaches Bo Hagan and Fred base for a winning team nex c game time. Top-ranked Texas and sixth- ranked Arkansas arc 6-0 with the Longhorns owning winning string. Hagan's Owls downed Baylori ·''I 0 '' .28-23 while Taylor's Horned' 1 ' 16 1969 year. Taylor said he was told after season bv an unidenti niuiliLt; "" ·" limn; inj.w. .1 iiv,Li..tt m/'rr cf - i t . *-'"· 29-game Frogs gave him a 2t17 going! [1 ? d l t u official that he mus away present, over Soiilhcrn] w1 ' 1 ei 8 ht E ame s this year " 1 remain at TCU. "I told him we could not win However, bolh clubs are intrs- Methodist. Ing injuries going into the big Hagan resigned several weeks - - - - .... showdown at 1:50 p.m. CST in ago while Taylor was ousted that many games.. .1 do think Austin Saturday before a selloiit|last Thursday. |^e should have won more game. crowd in Memorial Stadium and a national television audience. Arkansas is hurting in the of Rice quarterback Philip Wood ran for two touchdowns and :. ignite a than we did," Taylor said. Taylor said if TCU is to re gain a place of prominence mitdJKH!i is Hiuuiia; m me ui- irajjfa. Ignue a ^1-1WIII 5CtuilU;o\ V f. fnA.,,,!] ! t ,,,,.,., hlliM ._ fensiveline. Porker coach Frank period as Bice, outlasted Baylor. 1^;,:'TM!,," " " 1US V ,, ,v Ravine ic i,r,rvf,ii nffnncioo T)ir-» fmf^pH tjm cpncnn .viih o a H 1 eu- dorm and install artifi . Broyles is hopeful offensiveJHice finished' the seji'son-with a guard Tom Reed can play and 3-4 record-- tied for fourth place of course his biggest wish Is that Uie SWC's all-time touchdown king, Bill Burnett, can Play- Burnett had a from his shoulder last week and Tiroyles said he is ''hopeful" Ihe senior tailback can sec some In the SWC with SMU and TCU. Baylor was 1-6 in SWC play. Taylor said in his farewell news conference "Somebody is pin removed going to inherit a good football team next year. I'm not saying tills to put anybody on the spot . . .1 felt this way.. .And I made action. The Razorbacks miss his this statement previously that Iwisting, punishing runs inside the 10-yard lines, llurnctt has a knack of getting Uie ball into the end zone. Texas coach Darrell Royal has the blues about tackle-busting fullback Steve Worsler who suffered a bruised hip in the 5214 rout of Texas AM. Worster also has rib problems. Defcn r.ive end Bill Atcssis is recovering from a pulled hamstring, quarterback Eddie Phillips, a minor knee injury, and halfback Jim Berlclsen a banged up ami Both Worster and Phillips arc making fast recoveries and arc expected to go full speed this week. Broyles and Royal took the swc. SWC RACE W L T Pet. Pis OP 1 0 0 1.000 371 118 s . 9 1 0 .900 395 ctri B 3 0 .717 313 .5 6 0 .A5J 15) 228 , 5 5 0 .500 160 175 t t, 1 .09 1» 2 t 0 .IB! 133 M . . 3 9 0 .183 170 314 CONFERENCE W L T pel. Pt» OP t 0 01.000 253 70 s 6 0 0 I.OOO 2 3 3 U ech . 5 1 0 ,7U 49 W 3 4 0 .4U tl 131 3 t 0 Ml IW 195 3 t 0 .« 98 til 1 6 0 ,U2 100 168 1 M 0 7 0 .000 M 202 Last Week'i RMulli Texas 53. Texas AM U: Rica 38, Bay- cial turf. lor 23; TCU M, SMU -- Week'i . T»as This Wetk'l M (1T 7. w " m ' CST AI, Woffbrd Set Game Site KANSAS CITY AP) - Texa AI and Woftord will meet Dec 12 in Ihe 15th annual Nationa Association of Intel-collegia! Athletics Champion Bowl a firecnville, S.C., the NAIA ai nouneed Sunday. Wofford, U-0, advanced to th finals by downing West Liberl Slale 12-6. Wolford has a strin of 20 straight victories and Die NAIA's top ranked footba team. Texas AI, 10-1, reached (I: showdown by routing Plaltevil. Slate of Wisconsin 16-0 and wi be atlompling lo become tli first team in history to wi throe NAIA eh.itrmionshtps an two In succession. Anderson, Ind., 9-1, will pla Westminster, Pa., 9-8, for th NAIA Division n title Dec. 5 a New Castle, Pa, PORTS NOTES Ashe Falls To Smith U. S. Davis Cup player STAN SMITH of Los Angeles defeated ARTHUR ASHE of Richmond, Va., 5-7, 6-4, G-4, Sunday and won the Stockholm Open Tennis Tournament and first prize of $8,000. Cliff Richey of San Angeto, Tex., beaten in the semifinals by Ashe, was Clio winner of the inaugural Grand Prix series, of which the Stockholm Open was the last tournament. Coach ARA PARSEGHIAN of Notre Dame strongly denied a report Sunday that he persuaded his players to choose the Cotton Bowl after they wanted to play in the Orange Bowl on New Year's Day. JIM . FITZGERALD, a nerveless missiles engineer from Winston-Salem, N.C., survived a last second collision with C A R L SWANSON of Hawthorne, Calif., to win a sizzling duel for the Snorts Car Club of America's Championship Ford-Production s e d a n s Sunday. A u s t r i a n D I E T E R QUESTER drove a German BMW 2000CC formula racer to victory Sunday in Ihe Macao Grand Prix, but it was a petite 21-year-old Chinese girl who won the hearts of the 2 0 , 0 0 1 ) spectators. Singapore's ANNE WONG only woman driving In Ihe 1970 race meeting and only racing since April, outlasted 31 men competitors to win Ihe 20-lap, 76-mile main preliminary event f o r production, touring and sports cars In her 1293cc Mini Cooper S.. 8-A THE ABILENE Abilene, Texas, Manday Morntog, Novwnbtr By BOB GREEN himself a future threat. The isy BUB UKCitiN mmseit a IULUIB uurai. iirc HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. blond, softly drawling Southern- AP) - Tour-lesling Bob Goal ffl (ne current Nalional Ama. ' stormed out of the pack with five-under-par 66, subdued the uprising challenge of a couple amateurs and won the $20,000 rst prize in the Heritage golf assic Sunday. The 39-year-old Goalby, the 368 Masters champion, finished he demanding grind over the 655 yard harbour town golf nks with a 72 hole total of 280, under par for the tourna- lent. It was the 10th professional tie for the 14-year tour veteran, nd pushed his money winnings ir the year to over $56,000. More importantly from the ride of the touring profession- Is, it prevented an amateur the current Nalional Ama- leur champ who is attending school on a scholarship put up by Arnold Palmer, finished second, the highest finish by an amateur since Jim Grant finished second in the 1964 Hartford Open. He fired a final round 6S, three under par, for 284. He lost any chance to catch the stocky Goalby when he doubled bogeyed the llth hole, wher.e he missed the green and three-putted. , ·om winning a regular lour vent for the first time in 15 cars. Doug Sanders was the ast to do it, taking the 1D56 Ca- ladian open. There was a major challenge icre, both Lanny Wadkins, a 0-yeav-oId Wake Forest stu- lent, and former national Am a- cur champ Steve Melnyk mak- ng big runs at the No. 1 spot. As it was, Wadkins stamped THE WINNERS The bulky Melnyk shared the lead going into the bright, warm final day, but couldn't hold it. He remained tied until Goalby pulled away with a duece on the seventh and then stretched it to two strokes when be wedj*d;to 10 feet and made the putt.ofcU* ninth. Melnyk drifted back .cm -n» course the pros, say is the tfwgfr est they play. He finished irtth'a 77 for 290, but was in contention until the nnal six holes. . ·;.: : Palmer, the defending :chai»r pion, never really got It/gOiiJg, but finished in a tie for .second among the professkrtials with-,* 71 for 286, six strokes .off :.tlj* winning pace and two rbiehind Wadkins. Sharing that p^sirirtil were Bob Murphy, with a- TO, and veteran Billy Ma.xwell, with a 71. ;'. .,'.. Jack Nicklaus never .was·· In contention. He had a final round 73 for 291, well back in'tifrpjcki then called it quits f or th» yfcar; Phil Rodgers, 72, and young Jack Lewis, 73, tied at aft: ( C 'crage, Lauterbach lias hit c of 28 aerials and Holder h mght 45 passes this year f 13 yards and five TDs. He a primary receiver with t asence of junior split end at onnie Vinson. At tight end w 2 Wolfgang Halbig. The clash pits two of the fine ecnndaries found anywhere exas or surrounding slates. ACC's defensive backfiold, 1 y Travis Home with six iterceptions and Eddy Mendl 'itli five, has a total of"21 thefts Hate n the year. .McMurry, and justifiably so, njnys a lead in IDat department aving intercepted 23 opponent crisis. Seniors Lanny Joe !aker and Joe Gillespie have ntcrcepted eight and seven, cspectively. Indian junior quarterback :oger Martin could prove a najor factor -- as always -- if ie is on target and mentally ilert. Martin has connected on 41 of 310 aerials this year for 16 'Ds. However, the Tribe QB has cen 24 aerials intercepted. The infantry game will be the rawer running of senior 204- lound tailback Archie Smith vho has garnered 1,083 yards. Smith is averaging 108.3 yards gained per game. Freshman ullback Sal Andrade, 175- iQunder, will also carry the mail at times for the Indians. Top receiver for McMurry is ;nior wingback Malt Chalmers, vho has caught 42 Martir aerials this year for 577 yards and 20 touchdowns -- a new school standard. For speed, Fornes will sent senior split end Pete Peters on "ly patterns at times. The game also matches twi ine defensive lines against each other as well as offensivi Irenchmen. Offensively, for McMurry tackles Freeman Lamkin am Mike Rosenberg lead the charge, while Wildcats Dustj Drury, Ronnie Tiner and Wayne Walton are mainstays of th ACC offensive line. Defensively, the Indians wil he held in the trenches by Jim Rumage and Darrell Phillip with solid help from linebacker Gcof Orwig, Roger Vinson an K. K. Klaerncr. For th Wildcats, the job of stopping th Indian rush will be up to th frenchmen Jack Kiscr, Jac Sliles, Dave Mann and Chi Marcum for the most part. It should prove (o be an .ntcrcsting game. A consistent, powerful Wildcal club visiting a not so consistent, yet equally powerful McMurry outfit. Bob Goalby, 520,000 -Lanny Warikms Boh Murphy, S7,73 -- iiUv Maxwell, S7.733 .. *rnold Palmer, S7.73J . ack Lewis, S3.B50 Phil Rodgers, $3,950 . . . . obn schlee, »,»0 .... Wason Rudolpti, 52,825 . Olck Crawford, S2.825 . eorge Archer, $2,120 . 'Sleve r'Aelnyk Bco Slone. 12,120 Bunkv Henry. 52,120 ., Aac McLendon, S2,120 . Doug Sanders, $2,120 Don January, Sl,«7 ... Jack Nicklaus, 5MS7 . Jerry McGce, $L-t5 ... Don Bics, SI,457 Honiero Blancas, SI,457 Hal Urdervjood, 51,457 . John ScliroedT, 51,457 . Jerrv Heard,5970 A-John Mill, Terry Wilco. BUI Garrt'II, S8!0 Bob Lunn, S820 Bert Yancey, S820 Sieve Reid, $620 Gardner Dickinson, S62Q Sam Snead, 5620 Tpd Hayesm S620 Frank Bearrj, 5620 Hw/ie Johnson, S620 . . . Bobby Mitchell, 5620 ... Richard Marliner, 5620 . Lee Trevino, 5620 Roy Pace, S620 Jim wiecrars, 5404 Sieve Spray, 5404 Dob Smirh, 5404 Dick Lolz, 5404 .. Dave EicheLberyer, S404 Grier Jones, S104 Herb Hooper, 5404 Hare Irwln, S45J Dick Rliyan, 5260 . Hov/ell F-raser, S260 Jim Jamjeson, 5260 -Bert Greene, 51S8 . . . Rocky Thompson, 5199 . ohn Jacobs, SITS arry HinMn, 5174 -- abron Harris, 5174 . . . Lfqh Rover, 5174 erry Dill, 5174 !ch Baird, 5174 1 Ferrell, 5174 . . . N Finslerwald, 5174 n Sifces, J174 ick Ewing, SIM . . ib Payne, $174 immy Jacobs, 5174 .. )ul Moran, 5171 . . . . abo Hiskey. 5174 ... ou Graham, S14 ay Brewer, 5174 m Colberl, $174 rian Allen, SIM od Funselh, 5174 .. obby Grej-rwooa, 5174 harles Silford, S174 .. erry Abort, $174 illy Lively, S174 .... 74-70-70-64--280 Sirois Claims Outboard Race , . .. 73-70-72-71--286 75-74-4S-73--28 . 75-73-47-7?-- 787 ,. 7S-73-*8-72-388 .. 73-7 2-73-72--?S? 74-72-49-72--289 .. 77-6B-6J-76-290 . 7J-74-75-79--290 . 73-75-70-72--2M . 7-5.sa-73-7-39I 7 3-74-71-7A--291 , 75-71-72-73--»l . 73-73-73-73--Ml . 79-49-7271 --»l . 70-72-76-73--291 . 73-75-73-70---??! 77.72-70-72--29; 73-77-76-7A--: " "" "S 7J-73-72 -74 293 . . 7M7-73-7B-- 293 .'.' 77-71-7J-7. .. 75-74-70-75 294 .. 77-73-71-73--295 . 77-71-71-75--295 .. 71-74-74-7. . 7174-76-70--39* . 7S-70-72-7--294 . 73-71-81-69--294 . . 74-73-70-77-294 . 75-72-73-7* .. 77-73-72-73-295 .. 77-49-76-73--295 , . 76-74-75-70--295 ,. 77-70-69-^9--295 .. 75-71-75-74-295 . 60-70-70-75--295 LAKE NAVASU CITY, Ariz. (AP) -- Bill Sirois, who quit his job with a Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.,| boat builder t^ r o days ago, won the $60,000 World Outboard Motor Championship in record time Sunday. The 30-year-old bachelor took the lead from Jim Merten of Oshkosh, \\\s,, in the sixth hour of the eighMiour endurance race over the four mile boomer- 72-73-75-76--296 7 3 - 7 1 - 7 4 7 8 - 2 9 6 71-73-49-78-- ?96 ... 71-7i-74-76--277 . ,,. 78-63-78-74--295 . . . 73-71-75-77;-298 ... 78-6?-77-75--299 ... 78-72-72-77--299 .. . 7 3-74-79-73--299 . . . . 75-74-73-76--300 . . . 74-71-76-79--300 . . . 78-fi9-75-7a--300 ... 78-«-75-77--300 8269-72-77-300 . 76-74-76-74--300 . . 75-75-77-74--301 . 77-74-70-71--301 .. 75-72-75-79--301 .. 75-76-76-75--302 . . 76-74-74-73--30? . . 72-72-79-80--303 . 78-72-7A-7B--3Q4 .. 73-77-76-80--3» .. 74-77-76-79--306 7576-76-80--307 . . 75-76-82-77--310 HIGHLAND TILT SET IN CRANE SAN ANGELO -- Highland and Marathon officials met here Sunday and agreed on a neutral sile for their regional six-man football game. They decided to play at 2 p.m. Saturday in Crane. Baseball's Draft Set LOS ANGELES (AP) -~ An ambitious general manager wilh a willing bankroll and an eye toward nostalgia could stock his team with some memorable names in Monday's major league draft meeting. But the chances we none ol them will. Bseball executives gathering liere over the weekend prepared themselves for the opening day of their week-long meetings by studying a 30-page list of players! eligible to be drafted. · The going price is $25,OflO per man it a player is selected by a major league club, $12,000 if picked by a class AAA team and ?4,00fl if chosen by a Class A team. The list is oozing with familiar names--players who've been in the majors, many as recently as last season, but have been exposed by their teams. A GM with an active checkbook could have such ex-major leaguers as infielders Joe Foy, Ruben Amaro, Roy Oyler, iou Kilmchock, and Nate Oliver; outfielders Don Lock, Cleo James, Jim Hicks, Jose Tarta- bull and Sandy Valdespino; pitchers George Lauzerique, Dooley Womack, Al McBean, Tom Hilgendorf and Fred Tak- hot; catchers Rene Lachemann, Bruce Look and Jim Campanis. ang shaped course on Lake Hi. vasu. . : ·. He averaged 79 miles an hoqr, overing 640 miles in hii.Ji-ftjht tfolinari Tunnel boat, jfcptrei! by two Mercury engines. ' '·__ ; Merten, who held the ·lead' after the first four hours Satutttty. finished second ahead of 'R«nato Molinari of Como, ItMy. _ ; · Merten lost the lead and- th4 race when fire burned.tJw wtris in his guidance system,' forcing him to make a seven-minute;p!t stop. An electrical short... was blamed for the fire. :· A field of 69 boats, out of IflB that had started Saturday^ bjft- gan Sunday's final laps under threatening skies and finished in a light drizzle. In contrast to Saturday, seven drivers were injured, wij ' Friday, when one was'.. Kilted, ' . there were no accidents or'injii' ries Sunday. Sirois told newsmen he "«· tired from the boat building business" Friday, and know what he would do. next few weeks except'. relax. The victory was worth $18,000 to him. "I ran all day yesterday with a sick engine, but everythiag was perfect today," Sirois, ;a veteran of more than 10 years tt racing, said. SCHOOLBOY FOOTBALL LSC Cagers Go 'Big Time' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Lone Star Conferene* goes "big time" this week with seven major college foes on th« basketball schedule. Defending LSC champion S.f. Austin (M) gets a shot at Texas AM Tuesday in College Sti- lion. In the 1968-69 season, when the two learns last m«t,-S. F. A. was the winner. LSC RACE SEASON STANDINGS w L T ra. rti..;a* ! I 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 toward P«yA4 Sam Houston Sul Ross elo state S. F. Austin Sou1hw«sl Texat East Texas Tflrlelon Texas A 8.1 Title Pictures Become Clearer By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Odessa Permian, conquerors of top-ranked Wichita Falls, continued their march toward the slate Class AAAA championship finals Saturday with a 22-0 victory over Arlington as the title picture begins to take form in all four classifications. Pcrmian's victory moved the Panthers into a quarterfinal match Saturday in Odessa with Amarillo Palo Duro, 56-12 vie tors over El Paso Coronado last week. In other Class AAAA quarter- THE PAIRINGS Iowa St. Nips San Diego St. SAN DIEGO A P ) -- Iowa Slate jumped off to a 21-7 lead early in the second quarter and hold on to defeat San Diego Stale 28-22 in an intersectional rain-drenched San Diego Sta dium. Iowa Slate 14 7 7 San Diego St. . .. ' .'.'.. 7 7 0 . . . . SDS--Burrow 55 pass Irom Slpe (Lima- ISU--S1o\ve 13 pas* from Carlson (Shoemake KldO isu-Loreni « pa»j Irom Carlson (Snoemake kick) ISU--Amundson I run (ShoemaVa kick) SDS--Burrow 14 pass Irom Slp» ILlr helu kick) ISU--Harris 1 run (Srmmakn kick) SDi-Dalaney 1 piss from Sip* (D«la nay pass from Slrx) A--31/1 K, ay. Corslcai Class AAAA ? Amarillo Palo Duro vs. Odessa mian at Odessa 2 p.m. Safuro'a 1 Dallas South Oak Clllf vs. C - al 7:30 p.m. Saturday In Collon Bowl Dallas. Houston Sam Houslon vs. Port Arthur Jefferson al Houston's Rite stadium " p.m. Friday. Auslin Reagan vs. San Antonio Roose vclt at San Anlonlo's Alamo Slsdlum 7:30 p.m. Friday. Class AAA Monahans vs. Brownwood al San Angelo 7:30 p.m. Friday. piano vs. ^lactcsonvllle at Hlghlani Park ft p.ir Friday. Jasper S p.ir Saturday In football bailie Saturday nisht in coiiegi" siaiion at Kyif Fieia.' ,.,i n ^m nn v,nj c-- r\' i-._ ,Catn vs. Greoory-Porlland al 8 p.m. Friday (n Victoria. CUIS A A Childress vs. Haskell at 7:30 p.m Friday In Verrwn. Iowa Park vs. Wills Point at B p. . 8--22 Friday In Clark Sladlum, Fort Worth GeorQetown vs. Frkndswood al fl_p.m Friday In College Stadium at Kyle Field "eruglo vs. Bollng 8 p,m. Saturday In Pelersburg vs, Uibbodc Cooper «l 7:30 p.m. Friday In Lubbock. Soriora vs. Honev Grova at 7:30 p.m Salurday In Temple, WMI« 0»k vs. Barbers ' . p.m. Friday In Hi Pfluwrvlltg Frjftey In j'gk' . HIM al jourdairfttn «f I p.rn . .750 .«7 JOO · .3)0 I J4 177 JCO 17J -IB JOO lU.ia .HH) 7] 74 .000 · 73 71 2 .WO 113 lit '" : '* tale. Ark. 18. . a f ? T , ): o St ' M ', rY ' t «· Soothvwsf T««. M; Sul Ross it, Lubtxi* OirtttUn ff, Southwestern a. Anselo ,St«« «.'. · Tuesday -- Howard Payw 113, r ,-,,--,;-· 6 *' Anoeio 6J, 56; SouttiwK' "^^jj^* 5 '*'-"- ··" ·""""' *»··/·. Wednesday _ St.. Mary's ,52, T«a« Ail *;_ Southwestern «5, MiMurry n; · -- S. F. Austin «,- - 64; Aruelo «, u*twk ttirtaflS, nwBt Texas a. SI. Ethm-d's M; esl«y»n 71, T.rletor, s«*» 7J. ' -- ' 'inal matches this week, tough Port Arthur Jefferson goes against Houston Sam Houston, Austin Reagan tangles with San Antonio Roosevelt and Dallas iouth Oak Cliff plays Corsicana. West Texas again will host one of the big showdowns in the Class AAA playoffs, when de- 'ending champion Brownwood tangles with Monahans at San Angelo Friday night. Both have 10-1 records. Other AAA quarter-finals Include Piano vs. Jacksonville in Dallas Friday; Ennis vs. Jasper in College Station Saturday and Cuero vs. Gregory-Portland, Friday in Victoria. Iowa Park, the Class AA defending champion, appeared headed for another finals berth after Friday's 8-12 victory over Clifton. Iowa Park meets Wills Point Friday at Fort Worth in the quarterfinals. Other AA quarterfinals include Childress vs. Haskell Friday in Vernon; Georgetown vs. Friendswood at College State Friday; and Boling vs. Refugio. Sonora rambled into the quarterfinals Saturday with a 47-0 victory over Aledo and will meet Honey Grove Ihis week Petersburg meets Lubbock Cooper Friday In Lubbock, White Oak plays Barbers Hill Friday in Deer Park and Pflugerville meels unbeaten Jourdan- Ion Friday in Seguin In other Class A quarter finals game. . A ' |aT »T«1«n; Sam HoA . 5* Gottfried Tbket r Dallas NetTitlrt DALLAS (AP) _ Top-teem Brian Gottfried of SairArtrMio Tex captured both angles 'uA doubles crowns In finals pliyoj the 18-and-under division at th* USLTA National Junior and Boys Indoor Tennis Chanvnton. ships Sunday. T^ The Trinity. University J *» coasted to a 64, W-finals ^? lory over Harold Solomon of Stt- ver Springs, Md. : ^ CAGE SCORES ABA P!tt»urM IB IH Utah tl IH

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