Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on December 1, 1967 · Page 8
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 8

Brownwood, Texas
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Friday, December 1, 1967
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mas Friday, Semi-Final Berth at Stake Saturday AMARtLLO — Brownwnod'sj Class AAA quarterfinal football; survivor of tonight's McKinney- through nnn-dislrict play earlier improving Linns find out how attraction. 'Palestine clash at Arlington. in the year. i far they've come since parly Kick-off time in Amarillo Brownwood, how n-1-1 for Hit; The Lions have progressed: in Ihe season here Saturday j Stadium is 7:30 p.m. the win- season and unscored on in the with each outing and Saturday'e DeH«v. us when they lake on the Dumasiner moves on to next week s' last four games, is far from the they face (heir toughest foo £ smlfh."/^'" Demons in a state featured' semi-final round against the same team that staggered i since dropping a 42-13 decision c Fuii*r, m ' G TnOfnaS, loj i T Rolhs, 10! E Smith, 170 OB Southsll, IB1 TB Fenlon, 1?1 WB Bovvpn, 1*5 1 FB WSIIae*. 1M *f HPC Opens Road Swing Di/rtHj klnifcln, t?j Clue*. ?j« Holt, 170 Gilt*, 170 Fltmlnq, 17S SciuvrM, 168 Mcinturft, 1?7 Bonntr, 175 Burks, 170 C«S»s, ISO MclniiMI, US Although Howard Payne College has racked up two early season basketball wins it is quite possible that the Glen WhiHs-roacherl and Dan Smith- led Yellow Jackets could be on the short end of a 2-4 won and lasl record bv the end of next VC'-'v For thf Jackols will be at Abi'mp C'hristi.'in f'ollrce Saturday. Ant>p!n Stal" College Mon- tl^v and ;<( twii other loiu.'iil"s. Murray State (Kentucky* t'ni- vm-ci •-, Dec. 7 and Tcnn. Tech., Dec. 8. Bn'h of thr YH'nw Jacket wins have been al (he expense of Hi" Tfirlpinn Stale Tr v "ns. with the Jackets tanning up a Jfifi-lM victory al Stnphenville and a 09-70 Brownwood Coliseum win. LAST YEAR saw Ihe Jackets win over \CC al Abilene H3-72, but then lose at home 72-78. Smith, who tias won all Lone Star Conference honors for the past two seasons, and who now rar nv ; as the number three career scorer in Hit: history of the Baptist institution of higher learning — and the Jackets have been playing basketball for a long, long time — leads the Jackets in .scoring, with 53 points, an average of 2(i.5 points per outing. And, VV'hitis, who is minus two KEN HENDRICKS .. . Jacket guard other first siring performers and a second siring member on the all-loop (cams from last year's outfit which won the conference crown for two straight years, lias been pinvin" Smith sparingly, choosing to let some of the other jackets obtain needed experience. SMITH ENEREI) Ihe season as the sixth leading career scorer, but with a current total ot 1307 points, lie now has surpassed his mentor's record of 1262, Carlyle Strickland's 1274, and Bill Brown's 12fH. Smith should easily become the number one point manufacturer long before the LSC race starts He is but an even inn points away from lying Stanley Owen's Ion nlacc record of Mil? no<Hs. anri needs hut 54 points to lie Robert Moore's record of 13H1 points. U'hitis, who is now in his l.'Jlh year as head of Ihe HP',' basket ball progr-im. has brcn impressed with Ihe showing of fi-7 freshman Dan MrGhec. who hails from Bloomfirld, fnd., and also with ii-2 Bill Sinches who played at Howard County Junior College 1 . Sinches i.s the Jack- pi quarterback. While McGhce, who played service ball with Smith, has worked under the bucket for 3fl points. AMAKILLO JUNIOR letterman Gary Day 6-3. or O'Donnell junior lelierman Marvin Utecht C-5. arc expected to gel the other starling nods along with fi-3 Mike Gibbs, a three year lettermnn from Bowie. The rest of the squad is composed of Kenneth Henciricks 6-0, sophomore squadman from Santo; Dickie Martin K-2, freshman from Brownwood: Hugh Fletcher ri-5, transfer from Comanche; Pell' Zuniga ( ; -?. senior Icltcrman from Mcrcwd, Calif.; and Kenneth Griffen, junior college transfer from Louisville, § In mighty Abilene Cooper on I Sept. 22. Hr | DUMAS COMPARES favor% ably with Wichita Falls Miri sclii—which tied the Lions 21-21 I —in the size and strength de- 1 parlments bul Ihe Dem-.ins are I faster, quicker and wi ( '.«r than | HIP Huskies and are rich in 1 tradition. 1 Winning district titles is no- i thing new at either school. Mu- 1 mas has bagged seven straight P 1-AAA champion.shins while the | Lions have captured 4-AAA flags I and shared another during that 1 same span. § Saturday's clash will be the I rubber match for the two pow- i ers who have broken even in I two previous quarterfinal bat- 1 lies Dumas won 36-lfl al Lub- 1 bock in inti2 and the Lions won< f 7-fi at Abilene in 1965. I | Both teams used the victories \ I as springboards to slate chain§ pionship and Saturday's winner > g will be favored to roll on toi P ' another state crown. j 1 The two teams boast striking- 1 I ly similar records. Brownwood 1 is 9-1-1 for the year and has 1 I scored 301 points while yielding, I 98. Dumas, 8-1-2, has outscored i its opponents by a 292-83 mar- 1 g'm. 1' BROWNWOOD IS rested and 1 ready. Hie Lions last saw ac- 1 lion on Thanksgiving Day when g they carved out a ho-bum 28-0 win over Lubbock Cubs Play Today TOP LION RECEIVER—Senior end Wendell Daniel won't start but he'll see lots of action Saturday when Brownwood meets Dumas in a quarterfinal football clash at Amarillo. Five of Daniel's 10 pass receptions have gone for touchdowns, (Bulletin Staff Photo) Goldthwaite Leads All-District Team I EARLY-Champion Goldth- i w a i I e and runnerup Santa I Anna combined to hog 15 of I the 23 positions on (he All! Districl 9-A football learn se- J lected here Tuesday by loop coaches. Coaches selected offensive and defensive teams with Goldlhwaite taking nine berths, Santa Anna six. Cross Lions Leave j wo Games C/ose SWC Race For Lufabock By HAROLD V. RATLIFF toward the Cotton Bowl. ! straight losses after beating Brownwood Lion football Associated Press Sports Writer Since then it has been anti- as A&M in the opener. bi-district Dunbar. j Dumas is the giant killer. Thcj Demons knocked off top-rated j p|ajns five Risj Slar lwo Odessa Lctor on first downs, fln(J Ear] ()np last week after the lwo teams j The o)fens , ve team: baffled to a 20-20 stalemate in. ENDS _ Jocv Grissam. Ear'\?!a bi-dislnct thriller al Odessa.; , Mjke Bright Crnsg plai|1S( • Brownwood's success may j ^ . TACKLES _ Lin Wr i sl en, Tex .; hinge on the Lions ability to Sanla A Ma( , Rmv| . ~. . , TV ,ng Star, jr.: Larry Pierce. Goldlhwaite sr. : Jerry Stnck- land. Cross Plains, sr. The defensive team: ENDS - Paul Kirknatrtck. Goldihwaitc. jr.: David Real, Santa Anna, sr.; TACKLKS- Ronnie Auldridge, Goldthwaite, sr.; Corky Wise. Santa E-lghth dhd ninth gradft I frotti Graham and San Angela ^leUfi advanced with otie-sided ! Brownwood junior High basket' ball tournament kicked Oft i three-day fun. ; Gfahahi swamped San Afigg* 1 In Lake View in two gafties, win* ; hing the eighth grade game 6i» 18 and the ninth grade contest 56-23. Brownwood B teams were nn match for a couple of salty Glenn outfits. The Sart Angelo- ans advanced in the eighth 1 grade bracket 45-24 and the 1 ninth grade triumphed 49-23. 1 BftoWNWOrm A teams were (o swing into action today. The eighth grade squad was to face Brady at 2:45 p.m. and the ninlli graders take on Stamford at 7-30. Other games today match Coleman and San Angelo Lee ninth graders at 4:30 and the Stamford and Lee Eighth at 6. Brownwood eighth grade B team fell behind 14-3 in the first period hut trailed by only 19-13 al halltime. Glenn pulled away by outscoring the locals 14-5 in the final period. Nine Space Raiders got into the scoring act, with Gonzales notching 11 and Lackey 10 to set the pace. David Camacho led the Cubs with nine markers. Brownwood B >;.-rnished the high point individual in the ninth grade bout, but the Space Raiders had too many guns. Brownwood's Pierson led all . . Dj k rf , . h " d * . ... lames. Glenn never trajled J af{ " building an early 11-1 lead. Ths halflime score was 19-9. -,,.,*, A TALENTED Graham eighth snnnrf w <;tmriff'"1prt al nnnn Tnev brin S down tnc curtain climactic to make it a polite Texas Christian is a one-point inrtavfnr r hhnrk who,-. PV on a gasping Southwest Confer-' lerm for just playing out Ihe; favorite, which is about as close SiTslage a briS workout a5d cn «* f^all , cam P a f 1 Saturda y f hcliedllle so l ! ie , fa " s can Use ^ ' as " ™ n ^ bopsl -—' the niehl before complet- and the finish ls a lanie nne ~ th H,"' sea f 1 '. ckcts : , , In Ihe other closing game Bice n.Riu ..HII i the b()ys gre play . ng for yery The on]y lhmgs inv()lved are )]os)s ^ ^^ i* e * Qwls are , t e liltle - I whether TJcxas Christian c , an " e l - seven - point selections to make with Ihe Pumas Demons : Texas A&M made il a mlld | f " r second P lace and whether j it the most dismal season for Lions were lo wTkout at closeout whe . n . il tumbled Texas Rice or Ba y lor OCCU P 1CS the cel ' i the Bears in 21 years. If Rice Ikeep the Demons from hogging elt the ball. The Demons, with running ing the trip , Lubbock Estacado High School on inanKsgivmg uay to stow tai Glenn Bon-, Dumas must stop a balanced; featuring the; David G o 1 d t h w a i t e. sr.; GUARDS — Danny Humphries, Goldthwaite, sr.; Delbert Turner, Cross Plains, soph.: CENTER — Mike Khoades, Rising Slar, jr.: QUARTERBACK - Larry Williams, Santa Anna, si 1 .; RUNNING BACKS—Dalton Hughes, Ris- Anna.'sr!' 'Guards - Dan- i grade unitJumped ojrt_fronU6- nv Spradley. Goldthwaite. sr.; Tommy Blanton. Santa Anna, sr.; LINEBACKERS - Kent Geesling, Goldthwaite. sr.; Ted Roberts, Goldthwaite, jr.; Rusty Beggs, Cross Plains, jr.: "BACKS - Mike Wright, Goldlhwaite, jr.; Dale Herring, Santa Anna, sr.: Randy Montgomery, Cross Plains, sr. Earning honorable mention on offense for Early were Dale Dodson and Wayne Lewis, both juniors Ray Potter and Robert Lee of Early both made honorable mention on defense. Lake View and coasled lo the easy victory. Lewis led the Steers with 11 points while Eubanks had seven for the Chiefs. It was more of the same in the ninth grade, tilt between the two schools. The Steers ran up a 24-2 first period lead and were never in danger. Bennett's Ifi points was lops for Graham, Gilbert had seven for Lake View. Finals are set lor Saturday night in Cub Gym. All of Saturday's eighth grade games except the finals will be played in the Howard Payne Gym. ! wins Baylor will finish oul 1-8-1. | ace anc i tailbacks Wayne Fen-i has been the bell-cow in the effective receiver, with live ol and Fuller at center Inn. i Southern Ion Bowl, dist played lasl year as confer- yards and a 5.2 average. Alley downs. JULiuuuvjiv I^MCU ciuu i"f>' 1 in.itwvM. 11 tu Kl r\ \ I/ ; T PI ' H' IT II ncrns '•"•••' —*v •"• ••••• •.<••"•> •'«- » - -« ja^ ailU UUfUaLKh wattle rtii-'iins ut:v:n uit, UL-U-UUW 111 mu tit^^nvc j \.v.iri * * i . nim u.v \/i «nvj » u..^. ... ~^..»... and stay overnight at Ra™ da a *^ a J^ and Jack Alley and the Lion attack, rushing for 797 his 10 catches going for touch- Brownwood appears to have "in. i . '' ' " ""'" ' ' " The travelling squad includes ! ries, Mike Davidson, Ricky Fos- Terry Scott, Si Soulhall, Jimmy 5 icr, wenueii uamci, iinggs i^e- ( . . uhiph i« miv m^v >t> o-n aim i-» \n u\v uuu-i Jtiiujaos oiuve r>uiiv»> tdiui mi^ i_<juii.i ma\ mi mi; «" n<i.-> UV.-CH nuuiuining tioc u>vi n\.-.n Carmichael, Tim Thomas, Lane Hay, Damon Smith, Mitchell | <~ nce <• nam P °n uul w ^" ^ T* ' ference race where Baylor is ; Bonner trigger the Demon al-j with footballs in an effort to go the lasl half ot the season, bl?nk- dul\ rn MPthn n only played n ' ne games thal , passes of quarterback Si South- yar in Alet) o- ye;]r . ! all to a bevy of fine receivers, has the edge in depth. Only four ._ ,._... 398 yards and Fenton 393 BROWNWOOIVS DEFENSE Lions go both ways, while ei^it Rice is 3-fi and 1-5 in the con-1 Tailback Steve Burks andi The Lions may fill the air has been something else over Demons will be seeing double v,<ii iiin-iictei, J u u i HUM ia,T, uciiit- •-••-«,*» ••-• -••••'•• -.-....-.., .-,.._..-.., 'natil'ir t;in-e i ouc n iici c jjajiui is .nuillltJi it iggvi tut- L/tii luii ai* j >v un (uuitJauo ui an tuui i n* ^*' IMI i«^i JIM it ui vi n_ J^J^^, Bowen, Jack Alley, Gary Johnson, Perry Young, Law- ' nc nome ueia ior me itguiai Q _ 5{ A tjc wou)d gl]Qw RJce [o (ack Bucks has accoun(ed f or |around a beefy Dumas dek-n- ing its last lour toes Thomason, Jim Thompson, Da-! rence Thomas and Russell Hunt- cnucn " niie " mo vid Wallace, Billy Bishop, j er. Glenn Williamson. Also, Edward Managers making the trip are Robinson,! Stone Stephens, Claude Baynes Wayne Fenlon, Sid Richards, i and Don Fitzgibbons. season tin time. [finish seventh. A loss would 1,304 yards rushing and scored Isive line that averages out at The starting defense will show The Horned i<rogs are entnu- 1 p i unip Ricc into tne ce |j ar un . no po j nts despite a nagging! better than 200 pounds. a front four of Ricky Fosler. • - - coach Gordon Wood has the (198> Mike Fuller would Jan Brown, Al Chilwood, Tom- i Coaches Gordon Wood, Mor- season Iheir fifth straight victory, which , ' f , B ONNER HAS completed fill tools"for a"'fine air game with Davidson wnnlri makp it a miiph bntlnr . . " w% - n " 4 '"^ i , ,„. _______ , . _-„••' _.-. ____, t [,,..,<.„,, „..,,:__,!.„ (..:„„„„ u^ n -i........„ Cclun Golf Led J Bv A/\-ntgomery my Roderick, Harold Ephriam, j ris Soulhall and Ken West will Mike Fuller, David Davis, Ken-! accompany Ihe learn to Lub- ny Thomas, Ricky Stokes, Ricky , bock. Don Martin and B. J. Evans, Joe JvicCluskey, Robert' Korcnek will scout tonight's McSmith, James Shelton. Kinney-Palestine game at Arl- And. Bob Rothe, Doug Slreck- j ington and join the squad in ert, Carl Wade, Mike Humph-1 Amarillo Saturday. Mike (220) and Is linebackers Joe ji'" v l"TT ir ' ». like that this week: seven touchdowns in addition lojnas a hall-dozen tine receivers MK'iusHev ii/O 1 H^V.' ^.>. j..,^ Mcnliromcry went into .ne 'rushing for 405 yards. His favo-;in ends Wendell Daniel, Damon hriam (162) and Ricky Stokes sr.-onct ro'.uid of Use S3"i.OOO Ca- Southern Metliodisl - Texas (rile passing target is all-state; Smith and Griggs DeHay, wing- (175). corn.Tb--c'--; > n ,un ria>-,jc Golf Tcurnanrnt laxe it a mien oeuei• : enough games (o make a recorc j'of 1.34 passes for 752 yards and!Soulhall pulling the trigger tie Thomas (183), lit than they though it;... , . ... . ' seven touchdowns in addition to! has a lialf-dozen fine receivers McCluskev iiTO 1 would be a month ago. Southern Methodist can't help j its status-by winning since it Christian al Dallas — A weak 1 end candidate Ronnie Mclnturfl'iback Lane Bowen, Wallace and Smith, H70) and Glen William- today with a ihree-f.trok.e can't expect to finish higher tlian sixth anyway. But victory over vole for Southern Methodist. ; wil ° has sii agged 27 for 388 yards ' and three touchdowns. Fenton. i son and halfbacks Ed- : the Frogs would salve some of j Baylor - Rice al Houston — A! Wallace, a lanky lad who runs 125 for 774 yards and 10 touch- 1 ' (1051. the wounds caused by seven' hefty vote for Rice. Southall's credentials are 57 of. ward Robinson (14lil and Bowen o| ill players to s. par or bst- a trail of Levias, Gilbert Top AII-SWC Tex. CAP) — Jerry j Mike Leinert of Texas Tech and j Tommy of Rice, Cub- ton, Tex.; Larry Stegepl, Tex- i Tommy Tranthflni, Arkansas, t Texas Tech. ulhern Methodist's Larry Stegent of Texas A&M at i and HURO Hollas of Rice, Cub- as A&M, 193, sophomore, Hous- 195, senior, Little Rock, Ark.;' Fullback— !' r 'Unir-dm Va with lols of savvy and speed,'downs. Daniel has been Ihe most Uffentive Inuup from Im-klr hirdifs >n cardiiii; an ^_ __ ___ ,__ i to-lacklr niclud"s Bob fl-it'i • der-nar T-|t3—'il over the fi.fiOO- (181) and Doug Streaked il93i \ard Oakhuurne CounU'y C|ub at the hcklev Thomas and layout. He missed onl\ two 28 pulls. PALLAS, Lavjas, Southern pass-receiver and kick returner | halfbacks and Ross Montgomery! by Hudlec of Texas Christian j ton, Tex. par excellence- Chris Gilbert, I of Texas Christian at fullback, was picked. a°t -safely. FULLBACK-Ross Montgom- Texas' miehty runner; Phil' Leinei't and Stegenl tied for FIRST TEAM j ery, Texas Christian, 215, junior, Texas' mighty ._ . .. . „., TuceHr, Texas Tech's great the halfback post opposite Gil bert. blocker, and Grcfi Pipes, Bay lor's defensive terror, were un Tucker got (our voles for team. animous choices on the AH- i guard and four for tackle, so he Southwest Conference football could be considered unanimous. Hargett won the quarterback A&M, the champion, got, post by getting all except one the most places, landing five on --'the defensive and offensive first teams, Arkansas and Texas came up with four apiece vole. The defensive team is Jed by Pipes, Baylor's mighty lineman who received six votes for tackle While "See,"Texas and f exas i and two /or guard. Christian each placed three and j Hartford Hamilton of Arkan/ Baylor and Southern Methodist got xme each. sas was a near unanimous choice for defensive end. It is a i4-man squad since other end was a tie between there were ties {or two positions, j Gredy Aljen of Twsw AJM and The team was picked by the i Jay Collins of Rice.' - . coaching staffs for The! Penny Cross of Texas Chris ' . Associated '' Offense ENPS-Jerry Levies, Southern Methodist, J7&, junior, Beaumont, Tex.; Bob Long, Texas AfcM, 180, junior, Paris, Tex, Tackiest-Ernest Ruple, Arkansas, 242, senior, Conway, Ai'H.; Leland Winston, Rice, 229, junior, Houston, Tex, GUARPS-Panny Abbott, Texas, 20G, senior, Amarillo, Tex.; Phil Tucker, Texas Tech, 233, senior, Tulis, Tex. CJSNTER-Jerry Turner, Texas Tech, 186, senior, Garland, To*. QUARTERBACK-Edd Hargett, Texas A&M. HAkFfMCKS-Chris Gilbert, Spring J75, junior TM-; Mike ttan, became Pavid Cgpor of Ar Texas Tfch, i?7» senior, Midland, Tex. Defense ENDS-Hartford Hamilton, Arkansas, 197, senior, LonoKe, Ark.; Grady Allen, Texas A&M, 202, senior, Nacogdoches, Tex.; Jay Collins, Rice, ?00, senior, Odessa, Tex. , TACKLES-Greg Pipes, Baylor, ?38, senior, Fort Worth, Tex.; Panny Cross, Texas Chris- IJan, 210, senior, Donna, Tex. GUARDS—Pavid Cooper, Arkansas, 2J5, senior, Texarkana; toyd Wainscott, Texas, 215, jun^ ior, UaMarque, Tex. UNEBACKfiRS-Bill Hobbs, 'i'exas A&M, ?05, junior, Ama.' rjllo, Tex.; Ed Mooney, Texas 'J'ech, 240, senior, Wallkill, N.Y. HALFBACKS-1 Lester Hugo Hollas, Rice, J8Y, senior, Rice. Schulenburg, Tex. ! Defense SAFSTY-Bubby Hudler, Tex- Ends-David Anderson, Bayas Christian, 175, senior, Victo- lor, anci Mike PerrJn, Texas, ria, Tex, j Tackjes—Bob Stanley, Texas, SECOND TRAM j and Rolf Krueger, Texas A&M, Offense j Guards—George Schulgcn, Ends—Larry Pavis, Rice, and \ Rice, and Harvey Aschenbeck, Larry Gilbert, Texas Tech. TPA-SR AX-M.- TackJes—Howard Fest, Texas, and Richard Stevens, Baylor, Gwards-rLarry Darling, Rice, i and Pon King, Texas Tech. j Centeiwg, A, Gresham, Texas Christian. i Quarterback-Bill Bradley, i Texas, Halfbacks—Pavid Dickey, Arkansas, and Jackie Stewart, Linebackers—Corby Robertson, Texas, and Joel Brame, CLASSIFIED ADS WILL BRING QUICK RESULTS SAVINGS 4NP LOANS QPiN A SAYINGS ACCOUNT AND fARK A AlP QUARTI81Y wtutrul u» LOANS tfKOHM 18*NS IS BUY, (UllP. 01 UM9PI1 SOUTHtRN JAVWOS » LOAN h". Defensive halfbacks—Denny, bacher, Texas A&M. Safety—Tommy Maxwell, Texas LIKE NEW! T^J^^W^^ y-'T.^F^T"!^^ 1 ^:!' new look in m$n'i Wfgr. and a strong neW polor in m^n's sh.ow in s|ep, Hsmmered $rass.,, a rich vyijh tl^t iiog id in UfiUsuil sof J grfirt

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