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AGGIE LINE IMPOSING Wednesday, November 24,197t, 'ttffffttffftttttttttittitttttii Page 6 Nixon becomes Redskin coach for a day AUSTIN (AP) — The big tough Texas AAM offensive line will try to assert their muscle Thursday against a Texas Longhorn front four which Is lighter, younger—and maybe quicker. Excluding split receiver Itoberl Murski, who's not so small at 188 pounds, the Aggie front six averages 333 pounds. Some think It's the best In the Southwest Conference, Two former all-sttitc schoolboy ends. Busier Callawny and Ralph Sacra, Horns face muscle problem arc the tackles. Sacra la 6 feel 5 Inches and weighs 341 pounds, ami Cnllnway Is 6-4 and 240. Th« guards arc Leonard Korcy, 6-3 and 228, and Todd Christopher, ft-2 and aa, both the same weight as center Skip Kuehn, 8-0, a transfer from Hanger Junior College. The tight end is Homer May, 6-2 and 332, acclaimed by Aggie coach Gene Stalling* as a team leader. "He Just has that knack of getting folks to follow him. Wherever you sec WASHINGTON (APt Richard Nixon, who confesses he couldn't make the "C" Squad as a lid-pound schoolboy, has used the power of the presidency to achieve a football fans' dream: calling signals for a professional (cam. Nixon put aside the problems of slate briefly on a chilly winter . afternoon. Tuesday to appear, unan- • nounccd and uninvited, .it the Washington Redskins' practice field in the 'Virginia countryside 30 miles from the White'House, He posed for pictures with the players, gave them a rah- rah pep talk—"Spirit makes a great -difference in whether you win or lose"—and predicted the Redskins, now 03-1 and trailing Dallas in the National Football Conference Eastern Division by a half- game, will get into Die playoffs. Then, on orders of Coach George Allen, quarterback Billy KitmtT railed the d- tcrisjve unit into a huddle. "Any &|iccu)l play'"-Kilmer ihoiiletl in Niiun "A completion." N'ixun nspumlcd. (lie I'ltsident strolled toward the huddle and, with animation, offered Kilmer more specific guidance. It was a screen pass to running back Charley Harraway, who drifted to the right and, behind a wall of blockcrs. romped 10 yards through a crowd of newsmen to (he end zone. "We'll use that screen pass," Allen told an applauding Nixon. Then it was the defensive unit's turn, Unaided by presidential signal-calling, the unit lined up and charged past Nixon with whoops and shouts. With Allen listening, Nixon analyzed the rest of the 'Skins' schedule—this Sunday at Philadelphia, then games with the New York Giants, the Los'Angeles Rams and the Cleveland Browns. "I'm going to go out on the limb and predict—I'm pretty Rood in the field of sports— that this team is going to get into the playoffs," Nixon said. "Out of these next four, you're going to win three, if not all four." He seemed most worried about the Los Angeles game: "That'll be a tough one." "They're all lough." replied Allen. Baylor looks for coach WACO (API - BUI Beall will be replaced as head coach at Baylor following Saturday's game with Rice but no decision has been made on his successor. The Associated JYess has learned, Beall, who came Ip Baylor in 1968 from an assistant's Job at Louisiana State, is on the third year of a five-year contract. However, the contract is subject to review after three years. Baylor Athletic Director Jack Patterson said, "someone is guessing or speculating" on any possibility that Iowa Slate Coach Johnny Majors will take over the helm for the Bears. "We have not hired a football coach." Patterson said. " We expect to release a statement concerning the situation Sunday afternoon or Monday at the latest." Baylor is compiling information on prospective roaches across the country. The AP has learned. "We hnvvn'l approached any coach yet U-cau^- if* too early but wv arc getting information on them." said on*? Baylor source. Iowa State Coach Johnny Majors said Tunday. •There'* not a single word of truth to the story that I have signed at Baylor. It's a complete. IrrvspaRtible rumor. For omr thing. I would never 0<> any kind of contract discussion Mutv a s*ras«io is over " Iowa State plays San Jose State Saturday night ami aha plays UJULSUITUI State in the Sun Bowl. Beall cumpilcd a 3-71 record at Bay tor going into the Rice contest at Houston. Oklahoma-Nebraska Offense or defense? NORMAN, Okb tAPl Can the tuition's No, 1 foot la 11 ili'fi-iisv Mop the Nu I offense? This appeared to U- tin; big question today as Nebraska and Oklahoma wound up preparations for Thursday's nationally televisttl game of the year. Tlie kickolf is set (or 2:50 p.m. CST. Nebraska has jii'lded only 171 yards a game. Oklahoma's blistering wishbotit- offense has averaged 563 yards, a game. To the question, quarterback Jack Mildrcn, the (rigger man in Oklahoma's offense, flatly said, "No" Sooner halfback Greg Pruitt. who has averaged 9.5 yards a play, said, "We'll win." Both are impressed with the Black Shirts, Nebraska's defensive unit, but insisted Oklahoma can move the ball FRESH BAR-BQ DAILY 3 BROTHERS N0.5 729 W. BROAD against the Cornhuskers. "They're tatter on defense than any team we've played," saiil Mildren. generally regarded as the best triple option quarterback in the country. ''However, we don't think anybody can stop us." Pruitt, whose rocket run- in UK lias netted 1,423 yards, said bluntly: "I am confident we will beat them because i have confidence in our team and myself. 1 think we proved we played our best under pressure. . .back there when we beat Southern California, Texas ami Colorado in a row. I don't think Nebraska has played a pressure game this year." Coach Chuck Fairbanks of Oklahoma, 90, doesn't go along with the theory that Nebraska, unbeaten in 29 straight games and 100 this season, is better on defense than on offense. "Nebraska is as fine a college football team as I've ever seen," Fairbanks said. "They are a complete football team. They do so well in all phases of the game. "Nebraska is not the type of Sears I If Your Battery ias Seen It's Third Winter, Mils Are It Won't See Another team that beats itself. To win. w v have to play better titan we have all year long. We have to play a complete game. We're riot going to win it on offense or• on defense alone." >V' •. Fairbanks said he doesn't think Nebraska Coach Dob llcvancy will make major adjustments on defense. "Of course." Fairbanks said, " there will be adjustments. Nebraska probably will make some adjustment in IlK-ir secondary for us. I don't expect any big change. They have the nation's best defense as it is." Larry Lacewell. the Sooncrs' defensive coach, admitted Oklahoma doesn't have the depth on defense some other teams have. "Depth in our defense has been a problem all season," he said, then sighed and added: "The only good thing that has happened to me this year is I didn't have to defense the Oklahoma offense." Uevaney has said that the theory the Souners are strictly offense-oriented and do not have a good defense is a lot of hogwash. "Oklahoma's defense is vastly underrated," Devaney said. "You've just heard more about their offense." Fairbanks sidestepped a question about the game's outcome. Instead of answering the question, be said: Save it wiUi Spars 48*Month Battery •»26*' $ 9189 ^* C*t«log S«l« price VI (guarantee J-'ii* U'|ilm.-tinei>l witlipii 9<l <layi( of |iurcluk8« if battery piovt-tf nicffttivi . Aftt- 1 'M tliiyi, we will rt|/lace it W'illi tt JUSW JmuUvl'y. 'I 'li'fw live. diar|{ii!is uiily for I lie Jjt'l'ioj of i>wm-i»l>ip. \'<>ar iiiunl lily clmr^v fur uwin-r- khi|) will be t'<ui|JUli-:l iiy iliviiliiiK ll»' cuiH-nl £«lliu>; prk« ii«g t raid-- iii »t ilu- lime <>f ivlurn, by the ber of monUii ef tiijf* <» '111 ttuM *n»iU»n mr* In tU>ck fur Vivnu'iit FUn fluaruHhtJ or Vvur .Mgiii-y Back a crowd, Homer will likely bo In the middle." "Sacra and Callaway are two talented tackle*," said Texas coach Darrell Royal, "Forey nrnl Christopher arc two good guards," and he mentioned No. 31—Kuehn. "May has been a big, strong, solid receiver for them and a good blocker on live line of scrimmage." Forty Is a senior. The others ore Juniors. Texas' front line of one senior and three sophomore* AUTRY'S 714 8. 1'oluwbia Or. 345-3W3 WEST COLUMBIA weighs only 211 pounds on the average and thl« figure Is Inflated by sub Ulll Walker, &• it and 241, who l» filling In for the Injured starter Greg PloeU, Coach Royal worries that Texas will not be able to stop the hammering Aggie ground attack without Ploott, who weighs only 2W but consistently fought off double- team block* all season. Without Ploeti. tackle Ray Dowdy, 61 and 233, is the only senior In the front four Sophomore* Malcolm Mlnnlck, IH> and WO, and Jay Arnold, 80 and IW. are the defensive end*. Four other player* have »lafted at defensive end and three have been hurl. The key to halting » running game, Longhorn eoaebef explain, I* for (h« front four to keep (be btocker* olf o« the linebacker* »o they can gel » wild shot at the romwr, Mont of Tc.t«»' rww'lc concentrated In Handy Brahand. 335, (Jmpard, 230; Tommy Woodtird. 110; and a newcomer, Tommy Le«, Jil J,*e replace* I wo lighter gophomore* who had Ixtn alternating at (he job Tommy Landry, IM, anil llruce Cannon, 2W U "They'll hammer and baisj!, harnnw and bang and tliw they'll fake and run and drop InepatiifWyeU," fifljral tJtb) trf ll* Aftglw, SiAttnii like prubbtm up Uatr* and Buccos stave off 'Cats 69-60 In see-sow battle "I hope the gamt- i* out dcvided by sonic fluke. I want Oklahoma at full strength I hope if* decided by wtwcver has the best players on the field." tk-vaiwy titd indicate he Ibought the game between these two high-scoring teams could be a close one, "In a game bclw«;n two high scoring tearn-i." he said, "you normally don't think of a field goal being a factor but it sure coukl be." Oklahoma U expected to attack mostly on the ground The Sooncrs have averaged 481 4 yarth a game and only 81.8 yards passing. However, Mildrcn has completed 48 per cent of hw rare passes for £46 yarns and seven touchdowns. Landry puzzled about Staubach DALLAS (API - Tom Landry admitted Tuesday he can't predict what Roger Staubach is going to do next. Staubach, the former lleisnian Trophy winner from Navy who is a perplexing but also pleasing problem for Landry with his scrambling runs, has paced the Dallas Cowboys to three consecutive victories since being installed as the No. 1 quarterback. "I can't predict. . .1 don't know what he'll do but I'll say this. . .his scrambles sure bothers a defensive line. . .they have to keep in their lanes," Landry said. Staubach scrambled 29 yards on a key touchdown run Sunday in a 13-0 vie too' °vcr Washington that propelled the Cowboys into the Eastern Division lead of the National Conference. Landry said he complimented Staubach on hi* run against the Redskins. "What was I going to do after that. . .my 'Don't scramble?" Landry said. Hope named Fame speaker IIIHMlN(;ilAM, Ala. iAP> - Comedian Bob I tope will be master oi ceri'iiiumcs for the fourth annual Alabama Sports Hall of Fame induction banquet. Tin.' banquet wijf be held nt'xl Jan. 14 with 3,000 guests. Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant of Alabama was instrumental in getting Hope lor (he banquet. Bryant and Hope are 'golfing friends and the coach Hope to appear. Hj ANDY DeSIIA.M .Sport* Staff II wo* a fust moving, nip- and-luck battle at Braioswood's gym Tuesday night. In a game that was lied six times, the Hues edged out the Anglvton SVlWcaU by a i»60 decision When the Hues and the Wildcats get together on the hardwood, a fast pactd flame can be expected, The two have played s«vcn time* in the la.it two seasons. "When you play each other as often as we play each other." said Bra«oswooo"si Davtd MdJdlclon, "you learn what to etix-cl front them." Angtelon's Jimmy Seh**r aRTfc* with Mtddletan. It was the type bull game he wa.» looking (or a bo "They did what wr Mpected them to do." sjkl Scberr. "I ikm'i think thc> an,- £* quick 33 they wrrv la-it yt-ar. but the) definitely have a jjootl ball train," Tlw differirncie t<» the icorw wwjlil have to tx* cunlrtbutrd to the (wfecntaRc at frrr throw* Uraiwwwxl completed compared to Anitlctoti'* The Uuo mad* 23 o{ 33 foul shot* lor a big 76 per c«U, "SVe gave them U*> many frt« shots," »»id Scheer "They had tt great frc* throw perc«ntaKv aixt outa w a» pwf Tney can make IhuM? shot* at the Iwe " MuklMoo Rivi-n the Hut* vwnrer prrs» t'rwlit *i kftmf une o< ttm* lm{ Uctort lit lu> third had b*«» through » i»«n -W* ted our t«c the wall Mrtwal tiro«», ctanmettled "(>uf boyn t have (ukW ar*S Uut nveatrt tl«r U »«ttifr<4 m IS tot 10 rral wo.* not wiled eul let it*? Tttt »*«»<* »ldtt« b*t Wr vca <> *Mi ***t fleJ I'W ttf If '*'"' pet Srnl »t3i t*««i out th« flu JVs f<# a flnr "f l>rl in (relive, a» uia>l, but it «a.tn'i anything new to the Wildcats "I'm tuff the prra* *a» a conlrtbuting fat-tor." Mid UVloO land "Hlry jtUcitrtl it t M )*»<! t> wa rr l»*8 to* If* l*y*'» Isjvr j IhafJtn (<r«j I "e»Wjr !» Ifctf t i n«««cn«. k**v At any gi«e« n«««cn«. tl*t Kamr couW either «putl wrll jwarv trf ttw (jc! Ihjl hr if! War niitV up *« ! S Ships rock 'Necks for first cage win •HAtOlHGOO lUl.l MHIA ^inipvd out to an ka«l ami h»kl it all the way in rixttniins n t»-f< win ovrT Cotumbu twrf r UU n:j;ht lljffi Hotibi pjccd thr «tiJtl fine IN? (non! M U rebound ni*h< KtUjnh \t4 the Columbia JlUtk. *ilh ll ftt&s*.*. "Itoiiin ' ttwliv«}u4l p«T<orw<t." K Jim pAYt* Mid 4ltrr the "IUrT>'» 10 (tek) goat> Cat girls get victory Th* AnKletoa jyrb uppvd their season record to 6-1 bit night with a Tin victory over Kricndswood Ocbbt Waddy led the Anglcton scoring with X! point* while Jan Digg* had 14 and Sally Mortuc 22 Exporters tie in district TNc flt41«KJ>!Tt jml the Port l^ijfJ Saerf rrjt» tatfltftl tu jr. tl '.(> It tw tot thr Ihntf *>< JtiAAAA t*n Kt|»vtrft rwn numt'f I man faj* to »)5 :n to - I'jri Junitw (Vxuhl S'orn« k*4 lit t Um- fat l Kim t V ( K»m|j»t«i 049 Ship girls' rally fails as Victoria wins in OT lltrm \\t»ltMp*\ I Hagrt l.ynn Itit-JL. What can you My about a team who stacked up five straight victories, came back in its sixth game down by seventeen points at one time, to lose only by two points in overtime to the defending Stale Champion* M 56? It will be interesting to M« what might happen next Tuesday night when these two teams, Victoria and Brazmport. meet head-Mi again in Victoria. There's liable to be an upset in the making. Brazucport got off to a slow start in the first period scoring only seven poinU to Victoria'* 20. in that opening quarter, Theresa Scidler put up one field goal and one free ihot, while Janis Balusck and Tool Budaley cacti added a field goal. From the beginning of the second quarter on into the later periods, thing* began to look up for the Ship*. The second quarter meant ii big points for Braioiport to Victoria'* 10 with Eudaley in on most of the scoring for that period. She put up four field goals and eight free throw*, with SeidJer adding one of each, and Baluaek one field goal- Thii made the Scoreboard read Victoria 30- Brazo»port % at the half. The Ship* came back for 14 Important point* to Victoria'* mere five in the (bird quarter. Suidler got it together for tour field goal* and two tree »hoU, while Eudaley ami Baluiek eacb, »d4ed a field goaJ to give the Ships 4 40-35 into the find) quarter For uV wont part the fourth quarter belonged to Victoria with I? points to Hratmport's U to even II all up and force the deadlock into overtime In the fourth period Itoluaek put up three field goals and a free »ho», while Seidlcr found one field and three free thou The S2-& tie tent the game into a three minute overtime period The only difference between the two field goals each learn put up was two free throws made by Victoria To round uul the scoring, it was Seidler with 23 point*, while Eudaley came in a claw second with 18, and Balusck in with IS points Moil of (he credit for the game'* effort would have to go to the defense. a» Linda Morgan, Tern Whittle, and Cam Kobcrls hung tough agaiiut the constant shooting of Victoria. Morgan brought down a total of neven rebounds and four interception*, with Whittle in (or nix rebound* and five interception*. Robert* found one rebound and one interception The Braiosport Junior vanity (ell nhort to Victoria by a 33-28 mark. The J.V. • game wa* one of defense, and the defensive ilroflghold for Bramport should be attributed to Freida Stack*, who came down with five rebound* and two interceptions. Pam Burridge iound two rebound* and three taterceplioa*, with Angela Pc*Mrra adding throe Fran Jones rcfarjurej and ww TV MiiUr lead the '4 with 10 potni* on Ihfrr field gfMk am) four Irw thrown Viki Kinchrliac and Ka>c Valrc> carh adtlrd irvcn point*, while Jacktc Stallord added two poinU The Kx^jrlcrttlm will bent Krtend»wood Moodj) for three games, the man game to get under w ay at i 30pm Wl tm thr MMK*) Tbr> will U< tra«d!n« to thf fJirkinnon InuUUimjl on Dcvi-tntx? » ^«J thr .VUtr t'r oat (Vjuntr) Mrrt to fw hcM Mjrcui GO! i PROBlfV Call Crisis Hollme ."}' i.'b'l .M M . v D»ut-> . Nij i .Of ,0 • AN tin NC n Coastal Air Conditioning Compan] Service-Sales-lnstallation Commercial-Residential-lndustriql No job too large or too small 265-6836 916 Highway 288, Clute Coastal Air Conditioning Company

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