Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on December 8, 1967 · Page 11
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 11

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COILIGE SCORES ty tMfc ASSOCIATED FttfcSS tSASt Seranton 95, Susquehanna 7(5 Manhattan 68, Rhode Island 65 St. Peter's, N.J., 8B. Fairfield 65 ftutgers 92, Philadelphia Bible 78 Akron 83, Central Conn. 71 Holy Cross 73. Dartmouth 70 NYU 75, Texfts 67 SOUTH Virginia 84, VMl 7» \Vofford 68, The Citadel fiO Georgia Tech 86. Georgia 78 Florida 9.x Florida State 87 Samford 66, Mississippi State '03 Tampa 9fi, Florida Presbyterian 90 MIDWEST Kentucky Wesleyan 62, Indiana St, 61 SI. Louis 107, Hardin-Kimmons 60 Dubuqtie 64, William Pcnn 54 Arizona State 87. Cregiton 81 SOUTHWEST Texas A&M 89, West Texas St. 83 Houston 121, North Dakola Sf. 83 New Mexico St. 110, West. New Mexico 71 Arizona 82, Northern Arizona 74 bit. §> 19S? lUtllTW 2 Texans on All-America ..*,,., <,»***, . i*. n: ..i. v,~ t , * -„,» e rt ,,n,,,«,ti rvvnfpr.. TnfW North Texas State; Da-! ! J irlcbaeke^s —. fed MrtWlfty; TR!PL§ PLAY in baseball's frdnf 6^ fites sends Jahhhy Murphy, left, otia of th« original relief artists, te the New York Mats as general manager fo replace Sing Devlhe, cehtec—, who takes ever as general manager in St. Louis, succeeding baseball great Sfan Musial, right, retiring from the Cardinals pest because of business Interests. NEW YORK (AP) - Rich Sfot- ter of Houston, Greg Pipes of A&M were named to The Associated Press All-America first team Thursday. Four other Texas college players received second team honors. Pipes. 238-pound senior tackle, and Hobbs, 205-pound junior linebacker, were selected on the defensive team. Slottrr. 225-pound senior guard, was named to the offensive team. Three of the second team selections from Texas wore offensive performers—end Jrry Lvias of Southern Methodist, halfback Chris Gilbert of Texas and fullback Paul Gipson of Houston. The fourth was Fred Carr, Texas at El Paso linebacker. "BUY A PA'.L OR BUY JUST ONE, BUT BE SURE AND BUY IT FROM" Chicken Z Run UJO Autlin Av«. Warren Leads Nation's Kickers NP:W YORK (AP) - Gerald Warren of North Carolina State j led the nation's major-college football players in points scored by kicking during the IP67 sea-j son, the NCAA announced today. With 17 field goals and 19 extra points, Warren accounted! for 70 poinls, four more than Wyoming's Jerry DePoyster who had 21 extra points and 15 field goals Torf-Led Oa/cs Bow fo Piff 5 Hy THE ASSOCIATED PttESS Lcvcrn Tart finally got out of one court and onto another and he took up right where he left off. Unfortunately, so did Ihe Oakland Oaks. Tart, lost to Oakland of the American Basketball Associa- j lion amidst some legal mancu- verings that resulted in an in- junction'that is now being appealed, scored 23 points for the j Oaks, but they lost lo Pittsburgh! 114-103. The Oaks are now 9-15. ! Ihe Eastern Basketball League obtained the injunction, but a Pennsylvania Supreme Court .Judge ruled the high-scoring Tart could play until (he appeal; is heard next month. Connie Hawkins scored 28! points for the Pipers who look! an early load and never let Oak- 1 land get close. In the only other ABA game ; Thursday, Freddie Lewis scored j 41 points and led Indiana to a' 110-99 victory over Denver. The Wilkes-Rarre Barons of i Wayne Hightower led the Rock" 1 els with 24 poinls. In the only National Basket- bail Association game Thursday. San Diego used a hot-shoni- ing fourth quarter lo heal Chicago tlfl-lOB. .John Green had 2.'i poinls for the Rockets while Bob Boozer had 23 for the Bulls. Sell Those Unwanted Items In The Bulletin Classifieds Texas and Southwest Confer ence players given honorable mention included: OFFENSE Ends—Bob Long, Texas A&M: Larry Davis, Rice: Larry Gil- jbert.'Texas tech; Bob Wallace, i Texas-El Paso; Ronnie Shank- jlin and James Russell, North Texas State. Tackies—Lcland Winston, ;Rice; Howard Fest. Texas; i Richard Stevens, Baylor; Ed Brantley. North Texas State, Ernes! Runic. Arkansas Guards-Phil Tucker. Texas Tech, Danny Abbott. Texas: Larry Darling, Rice; Don King. Texas Tech. Centers—Jerry Turner. Texas Tech, Paul Draper. North Texas State; E. A. Gresham, Texas Christian. Halfbacks—Warren McVea. Houston: Mike Lciliert. Texas Tech; Gene Morris, West Texas Stale; Larry Slcgent, Texas A&M. David Dickey. Arkansas; Jackie Stewart, Texas Tech. Fullbacks—Ross Montgomery, JTC'U: Lester Lehman, Rice. i Quarterbacks—Edd Harped. : Texas A&M: Sieve Ramsey, ! North Texas Slate; Billy Stevens. Texas-El Paso: Roy Winders. West Texas State; Bill Bradley. Texas. Kickers — Ken V'inyard, Texas Tech: Steve O'Neal, Texas A&M DEFENSE . Ends— Grady Allen, Texas A&M; Hartford Hamilton. Arkansas, Jay Collins, Rice; Bob: Tucker, North Texas State; David Anderson, Baylor; Mike Pcrrin. Texas. Tackles—Danny Cross, TCU; Joe Greene, North Texas State: Bob Stanley, Texas; Rolf Krueger, Texas A&M; Middle Guards— Loyd Wain- scoft. Texas: David Coper, Arkansas; Lindy Endlsey, North Texas State; George Schulgen. Rice; Harvey Aschenbeck, Texas A&M. Linebackers 'Texas tech; Johffny p • North Texas State; Corby Rob* lertsofi and Joel Brame, TefcaS, 1 Backs - tommy ftafithaffy j Arkansas: Hugo Hollas. Riclj i Cubby Hudler, tCU; Chafle?,, jBeatty, North te*aS Statgj dial-lie West, Texas-El P"as6},, Denny Aldfidge, texas; Brupbacher and tommy well, texas A&M HELP BOOST "OUR LIONS" TO STATE T % A/ «•• i A | _|» ^ .W.T. Moulding Co. Is A Supporter of Joe McCiuskey and The, Brownwood Lions! Shook Tire Co. Is A Supporter of JAMES SHELTON and The Brownwood Lions! L Gordon Body Shop Is A Supporter of B. J, KORENEK and The Brownwood Lions! Lyie Insurance Agency Is A Supporter of HAROLD EPHRIAM and The Brownwood Lions! BRING BACK A VICTORY LIONS Brownwood Floral Co. Is A Supporter of SI SOUTHALL and The Brownwood Lions! West-Tex Finance Co. Is A Supporter of DAVID DAVIS and The Brownwood Lions! Rock River Woolen Mills Is A Supporter of MIKE DAVIDSON and The Brownwood Lions! Friendly Pontiac-Buick GMC Is A Supporter of GRIGGS DeHAY and The Brownwood Lions! BROWNWOOD IS 100% BEHIND THE LIONS Ranchman Wool & Mohair Com. House Is A Supporter of i V KIN Brownwood Lions! * Bailey's Radio & TV Is A Supporter of BISHOP - rf Brownwood 4 " <> , " • i. Davis Floral Co* Is A Supporter of JACK ALUY and The Brownwood '«S-'f. •.' C > ' : Lions I The Tackle Shop

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