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NFL preview 49er$ shoof for top By ASSOCIATED PRESS The San Francisco 49ers have n chance Sunday lo regain first place in the National Conference West, while the Washington Redskins must regain their momentum In the East to have a shot at the playoffs. Tl)e49ers l who visit thoNew York Jets—and may run Into Joe Nnmath—moved Into n tic with Los Angeles for the division lead Thursday, when the Rams fell to the Dallas Cowboys 28-21, And with their victory, the Cowboys opened a one-game lead over the faltering 'Skins, who face Philadelphia Sunday Coastal Roof ing Co. Built-up and Composition No job too large or too small. 265-6836 916 Highway 288, Clute Commercial Residential Industrial and have won only one of five games since capturing their first five outings of the season. Sunday's other National Football League games have Baltimore at Oakland, Atlanta at Minnesota, New Orleans against Green Bay at Milwaukee, Denver at Pittsburgh, Cleveland at Houston, New England at Buffalo, St. Louis at the New York Giants, San Diego at Cincinnati and, In Monday night's nationally televised ABC, 8 p.m., CST gome, Chicago at Miami. The Raiders' margin over Kansas City in the American Conference West widened to a full game aa the Chiefs bowed 32-21 to Detroit in the other Thanksgiving Day clash. The Colts, trailing front- running Miami by IV> games in the East, have beaten Oakland In four of five meetings, including 37-17 In the 1970 AFC championship. They'll be sending their No. 1 conference defense against the Raiders' offense, which Is rated No. 3. The Vikings' hold on first in the NFC Central Division was trimmed to a game by Detroit. 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The Vikes have given up only 83 points, the only team to yield less than 100. It's the first visit to Minnesota for former Vikings coach Norm Van Brocklln, who now coaches Atlanta. The Saints, all but eliminated from the NFC West race, can lift their record within a game of the .500 mark-but to do so they'll have to stop Packer rookie John Brocklngton, the conference's No. 1 ground gainer with 806 yards. The Steelers, with Ron Shanklln sharing the AFC pass reception lead, haven't lost at home this year. The Broncos hope to give new head coach Jerry Smith his first victory. They lost 28-10 to the Chiefs in his debut. The Browns, who share the AFC lead with Pittsburgh, broke a tour-game losing streak but weekend. Now they hope to duplicate their sea*on opener, when they stunned the OUm3J-0. Time is running out for the winiess Bills, out lo reverse their »J3 loss to the Patrioti two weeks ago. Neither the Cardinals nor Giants are going anywhere this season, but St. Louis has the added incentive of trying to climb out of the NFC East cellar. Angleton rips Hitchcock Keith Thomas poured through 40 points and grabbed 21 rebounds to lead Angicton to a convincing 100-85 victory over Hitchcock in Hitchcock Friday night. The 6-3 Thomas ltd the Wildcats, now 3-1 on the urason. to a 24*19 first quarter and 59-45 haltltme lead Angleton led only 76-71 going into the final quarter . Don ilall contributed 38 points to-the Wildcat came while Carl Rush picked off nine rebounds. The Angtetcn JVs were also victorious a* they downed Hitchcock 81-9 lo bring their season slate to 1-2. Tommy Woods had 1$ points and "did on outstanding job on the boards" for Anglelon while Brian Swint had 13 points and Wayne Ganfcusky and Cody Cook each had 11 The Wildcats pUy Pearland Monday night in Angicton with the J V game starting at 6 and the varsity at 7:30. THE BRAZOSPORTSMAN Weather just right HyJACKTAYLOH KOI\ THE KIU8T three day* o( this week the weather wu the best all year for duck hunting. It was raining, cloudy, and cold. What mor« could one nsk for? Only that It last a little longer, Thursday morning was the first morning this week that the clouds didn't have any body to them. They were paper thin THIS WAS the morning that Jack llargls of Angleton am) I had been planning (or several w«ks. We had all o! the angles figured except the weather, We were lo meet at Un's Cafe in Angicton this Thanksgiving day to get some quick shooting ai some ducks and th«n would head for the house for that ence-a-year meal, Jack and hi* two »«w, Mike and Frank, *w at tin's at four, I was late and had lo meet them at the lease. This lease was the Angleton Huiuing and Fishing Club located on the OkJ An&ktoo I toad, THK BOATS WKKK HKAOy for us. as they are evtry morning, when ** got there. All that was WU to da was to draw (or ihc bitnds. There are 32 blind* on ih* t*o fake* We were to hunt in number 18 blind. )lar$a aaMtm) us thai there wens plenty of bird* on iht* end ol the lake There were! It wa> still dark when we left the dock, I wa* sure glad Hargls knew where we were headed because 1 was plenty lost. With a high lev«e on one tide and open water on the other, all 1 could see wot dark. WK FOUND the blind In plenty of time to get out the decoys. Since we were primarily hunting diving ducks the decoys consisted of Uue bilts and canvasbscks, Mike and Frank have done some intensive studying on the habits of the diver* and know that you just don't do iht> same things hunting them as you do hunting dablers. "Tilt-: OIVKK8 are a little harder lo convince that the invitation ol the decoys U really friendly. Hecaune of this, we have to be a little more particular as to how we set them out and as to how w« ui* the catU," Mike totd me They wtn: particular, too. It took about 33 mtautc* lo wt them out.. Every d*eoy »« placed, not thrown, to the water and tj*o f«-chcckrd to make sure that no string* wwt toped over th* b«tk» Just at storting time we heard twne ttou from *crow it* lake. We knew ttwi it wwjkki'i he long. "T1IKBK-S TWO" *onwarw son team of Jack ami Mike had the two Uue bills dead In the water, Mike took lite boat out and got them. Meanwhile, back in the Wind, we had another bunch spotted Frank worked them with the call, but this was in vain as they spoiled Mike in the boat. Kit AN K AND f got our turn* though, as the day produced sww K«xl shooting target*. {lack at the dock we unloaded the ducks where Own! were two picker* ready for u*. IMnn paraffin melted In hot *«ier ilw picker* mad* it kx* easy. They would cut ol( lite wlngnf and (eel of th* ducks and pitit jutt enough of the feathers off 10 the *«i could get all the way lo the «kla After dippiNg U»e ducks In the wan, they were thro put Into a tub of cuW water. Thte '<r«t«' tjw wa* TURN T1IKY WKMK CICXKI) with an vase Itiat I have nmw ww The whote'pukw* *** domtt) CD our ducks by (he Jim* »t had the car loaded wuh if* hunting 8*or, What a *>»)' to end » lum at the Aftgkton Hunting FW>i«g Club with 0* (amity. t. fc D ,«*^l' 1 W^ V*^ "' wp^^:- r .» The short granting quaci.t meets to* the divutg duck* began. Tb* t*o jt*ur>K arwnd ami wrrr within range Matt Frank and I fcw» it TV.U SHUTS HAM'. and the two duck* (ell Th* falfwr-and ') Son ,Mlk* tti» MI 0/ x Christmas 'A Partridge in a Pear Tree OTMKH VKH.VO* PATTTCH.VS |,StUt)IM, VKWM1V BHS»t, tVU SWC opens cage wars hunting lost prestige Atxiift ivtrn nu&*c<£ ^^ IJKIRIAIUISIE HOP By ASSOCIATED PKKKS The Southwest Conference basketball season opens Wednesday night with the league trying to make up for some lost prestige on the in- lerseclional front. Not known as a powerful basketball league, the SWC has made great strides in the last several years and ihould have its best balance in decades. Eighteen games are on Up Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday night. Conference play begins Jan. 15 with the final round of game* March 4. Defending champion Texas Christian, with four returning starters in the lineup, faces a tough task in trying to repeat against the likes of Texas, Texas Tech, SMU, and Arkansas all bolstered by key sophomores and junior- college transfers. Houston, newest SWC member, doesn't compete for the SWC title until WJ-76. The Cougars play a strong in- tersecUonal schedule again this season. This week's schedule: Wednesday-Georgia Southern at Arkansas; Houston at Stanford, Mississippi at Texas. TCU at Oklahoma City; and Western Kentucky at Texa* Tech; Thursday- Western Kentucky at Baylor; Houston it California; Rice at North Carolina; Vwufcrbllt at SMU; Texa* Werieyen at Texa* A4M; Saturday- ArfcanM* at Missouri; Baylor « Oklahoma City; j&# 8 t Wake Forest; Austio College at SMU; Alabama at Texas; Northwestern Louisiana at 'Texas A4M; and Soutb Dakota State u Texa* Tech. Mr. Sportsman..Mr. Everybody, Here's a Christmas Suggestion List from Your ^Sports Good Center. For Example Variable Telescopes (Wxi, Retractable Telwooes r^".?" 1 !!'*' Walkle-Talkles, Z-wa> lUdlo,, Travel Clocks. A|«rro Clocks. Opera Glasses, Hand Warmers Magnifying Glawes. Billfolds, Flashlight* with carryini handle, All Wool Blanket*, Tnicker'* Wallet*. Goo»e and Puck Call*, Rifle*. Ammunition, Pistols, Shavln* Kit* Gtove*. Msu, Thermal BlaokeU, Hunting KtUves' .M«»tre**e*. Insulated Coverall*. Carpenter Overall*' Perro«nen< Pre«* Coverall*. In*ulale4 Thermal Un, dei-wear, JMtUaied Quilled Underwear, Uoton Suit*. Bulcher Kalvea, Meal Grlader*, Chopping Block*, Ca»i Iron Pots and Pan*. Jleavv Dutv Rinrk [> n i 1| Portable 126 BROAD Truck and Home Gun Rack*, Heaters, , Sleeping B.g», T ool Kits, Back Pick*, Ball Miniature Stove*, Tennl* Shoe*, Vel Rubber Boo**, Cowboy Boot*, Insulated t ^ nti netw| - n Wear Blue Jew,, Hunter. J.ckeU, H'orttog Mei,'. Jicket*. l)re»» Jacket*, Oyer»bot*, Qvenbo* B«^«, Coit*. Hadlo*. Luggage, Teat*.,. -AND MANY, MANY MORg ITIMS TOO NUMiiAlli TO MINTION, COM! BY, IROWIi, AN6 USi QU* IAYAWAY PIAN. ARMY-NAVY 233-2IW

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