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Amarillo Daily News (Newspaper) - September 21, 1957, Amarillo, Texas The Panhandle s full of scores a a Amarillo Quot in Ray chs fort a it no it 7 a a Alo Duro i Amarillo 13, Midland 2 Crowell at Quanah. Add. Ram Hooker. Okla., 21. Foli Elt 13 in Ina 12. Veea i Sunart a 14, Spearman 0 Turkey 2fi, Claude 7 hop n Nona 12 Al Evline 14. Boise Cit it oils. Perroton 7. 20 it Annn la. i Welling a ton 21. Memphis o Hill of .35, i paso. Keith 9 Panhandle 1.3 Mclean 13 Ovar 1� a it Iii ill Liginos baseball inside final City Ebi Toiv the Mornini newspaper of the Colden spread a a Amarillo daily news Al . Regional yews Washington and Austin s a a a six ceased Aires associated and United press a wire photo and picture scr the vol. Elvill no. 277lii Amarillo Texas saturday morning september 21, 1957 regional yews Washington and Austin staff correspondents 20 pages Price 5 cents pal o 1 an s ride with full Power 0ons Fly by night by add if my daily news sports writer Midland Suppf. 20 a Palo Hiiro to dons joined he air of a a Are Here tonight and strik ing on two Well executed pass plays. Rohed past the Midland bulldogs 13-2 to break a Jinx for an Amarillo team. No Amarillo team Ever had won a game Here before tonight. A oath John Redden s airmen teamed up with their rugged 3larine corps to turn Back several Midland offensive Maneu vers and thus Roll to their second straight Victory of the sea son. The Victory tonight a ened the dons Overall record to jul while rolling to their second straight Victory. The dons chalked up 14 first Downs. Gained 1�� Yards Rushing and passed for another 10.3 for a grand total of 292 Yards for the night s work. As mentioned before Palo Duro s defense was excellent. Although the bulldogs pained 11 first Downs and 144 Yards on the ground the Midland attack netted Only 44 Yards through the air. The bulldogs attempted h passes but completed Only three. It was an enjoyable contest to watch. The dons were within 19 seconds of racking up their second straight shutout uhen. After a t.3-Yard in penalty that put them Baek on their tort Vard line Milton Oun longhorns beat Beaver 27-6 by aver. Okla., sept. 20 flu Ridden Beaver duster Eleen fought hard Here p i Ria. But the virus of darrou7eft a ngh Orns took a heir toll to Down Beaver 27-6. Six Beaver starters were in bed with the flu and several players Are dropping out each Day. The longhorns from Texas took control from the Start but in the second Quarter Kenny Overton fought his Way through tacklers for the Only reaver tally. From the third Quarter on Barros sctt dominated rugged play inst it Artur 14 0 Larry Onu Oil Vrtar a Kenny Overton Thieu Al Vrtar 0 Lackey Foith Al n Gary Herbert. Y 11 Brown mho scored both Palo Duro touchdowns was nailed Hack of the goal line to give Midland a safety and their Only Tivo Points of the night. The dons dominated play throughout the first three quarters but Midland managed to hang onto the Ball 21 plays to Palo Duro a 11 in the closing Quarter. Palo Duro a Stout hearted defense was just too much for the bulldogs to room with. On two occasions when the bulldogs had a drive under Way. Monte Deere intercepted passes to Stop the threats. In the first half Hulle rolling to both of their touchdowns one each Quarter the dons chalked up six first Downs and rushed for 111 Yards and pass of for 8.3 More. Pain Duro a defensive in Lay held the Bull dogs to four first Downs and �7 Yards Rushing plus 2.3 More through tie airlines the first half. The third time Palo Duro gained Possession of the Ball quarterback Pat Ashburn called three plays with one of these called Back due to a clipping play. On the fourth try. So Burn called tor a screen pass and coolly flipped the leather to Brown who picked up some excellent downfield blocking and scampered 67 Yards for the first touchdown Quot Ith 3 38 left in the Quarter. Bill Mayes try for conversion Vas blocked. The bulldogs took the Kickoff i and picked up one first Down but were forced to punt. Taking the Ball on their oven .31 Yard line the dons gained a first Down on three running plays one a beautifully executed pitch out by Ashburn to Jerry Cannon which covered 33 Yards. Beans Barker on a running , hit Brown with a 20-Yard Vass and another touchdown. Sonny Hughes kicked the extra Point and Palo Duro led 13 0 with 10 23 left in the half. The bulldogs got their Only two Points with 19 seconds left. After Ronnie Covington had picked Iii it a Nice gain on a keeper the dons once More were penalized this time Back to their oven two. On the next play a pitch out. Brown was out Down Back of the goal line. In 1,0 Giro first a marts i net Ards Rushing net Yards passing to Tat Ards gained passes alter pipe passes completed passes intercepted by null it or punts punt average re it a fumbles Rei Vered number of penalties Ards penalized a a a three Sandie defenders longed up on cloy Wetsel no. 12. Paschal halfback. After the fort Worth youngster gained eight Yards on the final play of the first Quarter last night in Amarillo stadium. To the right of Witsel is Don Broom of Amarillo no. 44. Who met the hard running Bock Headon. To the left is Billy White. No. 65 Sandie guard and in the Middle is Charles Rice no. 81. Sandie end. Coach Joe Ker Bel s sandies won 34-7. Daily news staff photo by Don Brown sandstorm rattlers Poison Mustangs 12-0 by Pitt pow Ujj. Daily news spots writer Amarillo s Golden sandstorm struck with vengeance to administer a thorough ,34 7 heating to the highly regarded Paschal panthers of fort Worth Friday night at Amarillo stadium before 11,500 fans. It was Paschal that upset Amarillo High 13-7, in the Bidi strict clash last december. And coach Joe Kerbelis font callers did no to seem to forget it for a second. The clash was ranked As the no. 1 in the state As the sandies were rated the top class teams by the Dallas news poll and second in several others. Paschal had been rated As High As fifth. Coach Bill Allens visitors wound lip with a four touchdown defeat but were still very Moehly in the game through the first three quarters As they trailed Only 14-7. But Paschal was a badly beaten football team. The sandies led in first Downs 22-4 total Yards gained 375-91 Yards gained Rushing 356-82. And Yards gained passing. 19-9. Amarillo High had the Ball 76 offensive plays to Paschal a Groom 27 Gruver 19 White Deer 20. Lefors 7 Lockney 39, Tulia 13 Price a sueae 20, boys ranch b Laz Ruddic 52. New Home 6 Demmitt 21. Hereford 6 Plainview 21. Brownfield 21 Dalhart .39. Amarillo Yan Miani a Kress 12. Silverton 7 Stratford 32. Teri homa 13 Ria Rendon 14. Shamrock Pampa 7. Arlington Heights f. Sudan .39, Anton 7. Littlefield 54, Olton 0. Sundown 21. Aberathy 19 _. Tucumcari. N m. 41. Palo Duro bees 14 level and 20. Big Spring 13. Snyder 33 Dumas 0. A Matador 39. Petersburg 7. Hart 41, Lakeview 0. Stinnett 12. Wheeler 0. Amherst 14. Whitharral 13. Tatum. N. A. 6, Melrose. N. A. 9. Ruidoso 54. Hondo 0 Estancia 20, Corona 12 Capitan 20. Mountainair 9 Crowell at Quanah. Ram. Carrizozo 14. Cloudcroft 0. Abilene .34. Sweetwater 13 Spur 0. Anson 0 a Darrouzett 27. Beaver. Okla. 9 Borger 13 Roswell n.m., 7 Mortun 20. Muleshoe 14 m a Portales. N. A. 59, Clayton n. M., 27 Ralls 13. Floydada fit a rss i Albuquerque Highlands. N. A. 38. Nov off. N. A. 6. A Garland 0, Cleburne o tie Odessa 13. Tom s. Lubbock quot1 Dallas Woodrow Wilson 2fi. North Dallas 0 i Commerce 13. Quitman 0 -.1. A a a Van 3fi. Canton i South Oak Cliff 1�. Dallas Samuell t Quarter and added seven More a Wiimer Hutchins 1.3. Lancaster 6 just before halftime. But Roger a Palestine 26. Marshall 0 a Hearne 7. Franklin o Ferris 41. Frost 6dallas Highland Park 25. Lubbock Monterey 0 hot by Bob bail a Dau news sports writer Stinnett sept. 20 a Stin plays Moed to the 15 where me Farren sailed Over. Wheeler posed Only the sandstorm jumped ahead with seven Points in the first a a a sandies Stinnett went to the air nine times completing five for first Doinik j2 one big 55 Yards. The rattlers juniorvatd1i%aysinc�?T i9 1 m my t a i by is of Al x or he o Oid Arl fas Hal 82 Wheeler posed Only one big 55 Yards. The rattlers Junior Ards a sinc. 19 Neils rattlers broke a tight de it threat m the game. In the second Quarter Joe Bain was accurate total Yards gained 375 pensive game wide open late in the Mustangs carried on All nine thaws. But his prompt Tod the third Quarter Here Tiri ight and of the Stinnett 12-Yaid line Seivers had trouble hanging onto passes inter by. Wont on to defeat the Wheeler univ m to stunned by penalty and the Ball. 91 .3 1 1 .3 .31 3 8 80 of Iii us str slut Psi j4vuixr a Jii. Average Mustangs. 12-0. It was the Ltd incomplete . Stinnett. Wheeler it was the Opp. Fumbles re. Straight win for the rattlers who penetration came when of Stinnett have not lost since the class a the rattlers on Wheeler is the the scoring state finals in 19.5i. Three Yard line at the half. A Jas r defending Region-1 Oham Stinnett took Comman my , Bho shared de Heen ranked As the a a soap Sudbury 4-\ control of the game Wiki Bee of ppm up honors for Wheeler with class b unit in. The Panhandle o 7 Dyckie Poison or or quarterback Harold Crossland Thaek Jim Porter came Hack a Ason a a a = he left the game late m the third to moped Roar period with an leg. Cross carried the Hall again. Tiaa Ett Nob has won ii Mcfarland a land had been the offensive and att pts he had picked up one and tied i defensive Leader for the Mustangs Don Seymour who is begin mgt the first play after he left the led the Stinnett third year Here. The Only .39 s 25 p a a. A a Pupp Ann Nas not Nihima a <1.- if soap Sudbury 4-Yard run control of the game Wiki inc i of ppm up honors for Bheeler with Oass b unit in the Panhandle o 7 it com converted a Ter run. A a not a Var Quot rare Rrt the Hall again Nas a a a a or land had been he and a Al �sn�?o4�our1vhr re Inni igl r a . Fctmmp433vaedal, . The a a Era Are g , re a a a. Rattler tally. The try for up q cards per try. currently ranked no 1 a Niong was no Good. A cards in nine at class a teams in the Panhandle. The final. Stinnett touch Mairen had h Aid. St Nett w heeler Iii . A a. P p c p r teamed with a n 28 Poison converted. .34 Mai Whitsett l Yard run. Mcfarland graph cd one of soapy Sudbury a passes to zip 37 Yards for a touchdown one minute and 16 seconds before time ran out. Third Quarter was scoreless. Then the winners put the game on ice with 20 More fat Points. The sandies returned the opening Kickoff to their 30. They kept the Ball for 15 plays before fumbling on the Pasha 1�?�. Only 5 03 was left in the first Quarter. Paschal was stopped and a Short punt went out on the Panther 35. Ken Kendrick broke for nine Yards. David Russell reeled to the 13. Siekie Poison sliced for nine. Then Sudbury went the last four on a keeper Over right tackle. Poison converted and the sandies led 7-0 with 2 25 left in the first Quarter. The sandies right Baek to score again after Paschal made two first Downs and then lost the Ball on Downs at the Amarillo 35. On the 14th play Sudbury scored again on a keeper Over left tackle from three Yards out. Mai hits Cut playing in place of Poison at halfback had set up the touchdown with a 19-Yard rip to the three. Poison kicked the extra Point and the sandies led 14-0 with 3 15 left in the first half. The rivals exchanged punts. Then Joe Ted Davidson intercepted a Paschal pass. On the first play from the Sandie 33, Sudbury a Aerial was grabbed by Mcfarland. The Panther quarterback caught the Ball almost in front of the Sandie players on the sideline and was off for 37 Yards and a touchdown before most of the players and fans realized what happened. Jimmy Murray converted and Paschal trailed Only u 7 with 1 16 remaining in the first half. The sandies were forced to punt the first Tavvo times they continued on prgo on the Wheeler 28 and in three Rattler Unn. A it 224 14 m3 144 44 to it Mal Yards gained. Passes Atie Mufed. Passes completed. intercepted by number of punts. Punt a Eraste. Opp. Fumbles recovered. Number of penalties 279. Q 9 184 27 191 7 2 0 oui of Thi goods 32 .31 3 is 3 it 7ft ancient Arch number of penalties. A Yards .2.5 10 thumps Lony new Home goes in dump 52-6 bulldogs Best Roswell 13-7 Laurl Udif. Sept. 20 Type Over the team. Halfback Joe reaver running r ids Angeles. Sept. 20 in seconds of the seventh. Youth made a bold and a Gallant Moore who claims to he under. Stand hut in the end it was Light 41 and More Cial i the la7l.utldie longhorns ,, Champion a 414933 for the romped to Moore who held on to his world. The visiting new Home title tonight with a cannonade of hots that brought a knockout in it was a riotous sixth and Sev. The seventh round Over Young Cath rounds mat the led a i from the 20. And Roy Vanlanding Tony Anthony of new York. Of around 8,000 in 01>-Mpie Audi going the rough left tackle a a a thorium and it must have Given a 25 ra4 ked up 12 Points of nor Sipf. 21 Sfa or 13 brands. Cal. National Levision audience a kick. Vanlanding coach Billy Billet Al s for the score. Second string Quad forma s most famous fugitive As we Mamed undefeated Onig Terback Eddie Page homed the from a rocking chair and r slipped past _ a successful Point try Mak so tuners Pui the Crusher a. Ponny Ivy votes of new or it 7-0 Vear old Tony after 2 minutes 20 Quot continued on Pace 6 other. Jeitz Koelzer ,. 8 000 ans in bulldog a a the Host team made it l-0\vith in the first Quarter. Vanlanding Ham rame through twice for toe per Cut fugitive As Wen. Ham rame to Rouen mire he can t referee Tishy Callahan halted i ngh Orns m the second with on �?T22 the proceedings after Anthony was Biack Hurn running an. On i Atimer to Rev Koelzer Ponny by fore drum ,. ,. Less than a minute remaining in the Nuar Ler pet Iod As Donnie Lake in the second fullback plunged Over from four and held on As the t o. Touchdown came Back for their Lone score m the 2 Pla its. Final period. All on the ground. The Borgans marched 80 in 16 plays in the the visitors marched. 59 Yards in 10 plays for their Only score in the last Quarter with 9 14 left in game. Quarterback Morey Carpenter smashed Over from the eight Yard line for the score. It was Borgers second win against no losses and s first loss against a tie and a win. Of a pm it a Faktor b Dawson want Wor for tour Rion from the it of arb line 7 Page booked the extra Kivini Thinn Qiu or Fth 13 Don Lake went Over for n touchdown of of it or Yards out Fol rth Al Ait for 13 car enter went Over Frrtz eight Yards out for a Toter Down. Is Earl kicked the extra Point. Championship set on closed go to the first Srch attraction of its Type in Amarillo a closed television circuit will bring the blow but blow action of the sugar Ray Robinson Carmen Wasilio middleweight championship direct from Yankee stadium to the municipal auditorium Here monday night. The unique boxing show will be brought Here by the teleprompter corp. Which specializes in bringing sports events to a Large group of people gathered comfortably in an auditorium Miles away from the actual event the fight is by ing billed As the fight of Thi decade. Tickets to watch the closed circuit to presentation of the fight Are priced at sl50. S2. $2.20. $2.60 and $3 and May by purchased at Cooper Mehn the new gym at Amarillo air Force base my variety store Vance Hall sporting goods and zip radio studio and Ronny Briggs ran the extra Points. Lazbuddie scored vice in the third with Dean Watkins and Vanlandingham carrying the Hall. Rallying slightly now Home intercepted a Ija Buddie pass with Jay Milligan running 80 Yards to the right Yard line. Barney Cahier carried the Ball Over from the Root Vanlandingham ran the score for Lazbuddie in the final Quarter St Okino Luuru f t b r\4�?~r in it a 2ft Ard inc k w Vanlandingham of Tom 25 yarn Midlothian 27. Cedar Hill 0 Abilene 34. Sweetwater 13 Mcallen 18. Alice 6 Mercedes 14. Edinburg it Weslaco 6. Raymondville 8 a Feria 18, port Isabel 0 Vidor 7, Beaumont South Park 7 tie Baytown 13. Port Arthur 6 Nederland i. Tyler it a port Neches 27. Orange 7 George West 27. Sundeen 7 tour Danton 8. Nixon 0 leaked 46. Comstock 6 6-Man Antonio Peacock 19. San Marcos Academy 7 a a j to. Bandem 7. San Antonio Hart Andale or. Varsity 2 Hemphill 26. Newlon t Woodvill 27. Gro ton 7 Corrigan 14, come Snell 6 san Antonio Alamo Heights 13. San Antonio Catholic 12 Arkansas pass 26. Kame City 13 Eagle pass 13. Alpine 6 West Oso 21, Rockport 6 Pettus a Runge 6 Braz sport it. Lufkin it tie Spring Branch 67. Kirwin 9 Hallettsville 12. Goliad 12 tie Luling 4ft, round Rock 6 Palestine 26. Marshall 0 Lap Rte 14, to Bali 7 Granger 19, Smi Obville 8 Nederland 6. Tyler it Montgomery 2ft. Tarkington it Louise 20. East Bernard 20 tie a Somerville 4ft. Burton 0 Conroe 20, Livingston j Crosby 7, Channelview 9 Cleveland 35, Kirby Lue 7 Littlefield 54, Olton it Dimmitt 21. Hereford 8 Ralls 15. Floydada 8 Morton 20. Muleshoe 1,4 Anson it. Spur it tie Happy 13, Friona 12 Segreaves 27. Crosby town 0 Union 34. Spade 6 6-Man Cotton Center 26. Smyer 7 6-Man> South san Antonio 19. San Antonio North East 19 tie Texas City 15, san Antonio Hart Andale 14 san Antn if it har tyndale b 13. San an tonin South Side 6 a a Kerrville try 0. San Antonio Burbank 0 Industrial v Vanderbilt 13, St. Josephus Victoria a it Taylor s3. Lockhart. T Columbus 13, Sealey 7 Shiner .58. St. Josephs Yoakum 9 Hondo 32, Kenedy 8 ,.rockdale 13. A amp a Wiso Ligated 3 Wylli 33. Sheperd 6 san Jacinto 18, Nacogdoches 8 Al Campo 13. Deer Park 7 Shiner 58. 5�?Toakum Saint Joseph 9 East Chambers 19, Anahuac 8 Buffalo 27, Loia 0 v anderholt 13, Saint Joseph flyers 9 near Creek 19. Humble 0 Columbus 13. Sealy 6 Towa la 41 Orangefield 8 Hemphill 26. Newton 7 Klein 24 Houston lutheran 8 Athens 20. Henderson 6 Dallas Sunset 14. Fort Worth Carter i Fannett 3ft, West Orange 19 month Omedo 20 Tark Egton 0 Pine tree 32. San aug twine it san Antonio Jefferson 26, House pm Betl san Antonio Tim 20. San Antonio Southwest 19 Luling 4ft, round Rock 8 Lytle 41. Castroville it Nordheim 18. Pawnee 0 Hamilton 33. Gatesville 0 Falfurrias 7. Taft it tangle Side 20. Mathis it ,. New braunfels 20, Fredericksburg 8 Giddings 57. Schulenburg 0 Freer 15. Cotulla o Marble Falls 19. Blanco 0 Gio Zaies 27. Seguin 0 Granger 19. Smith Vule 8 Schertz Cibolo 13. Buda 8 Kountze 47. Little Cypress 7 25, Alto 0 Hull Daisetta 25. Sour Lake it brer Kenrik Wichita Falls a Archer City 3f. Newcastle 0 13, Childress 6 Electra 60. Paducah i Graham 85. Fort Worth tech 9 Granbury 13. Decatur 0 Albuquerque Highland 38. Clovis 8. Henrietta 52. Bowie Olney 31. Holliday 13 v Vaslev View .38. Towa Park 13 2. Jacksboro 4ft. Nocona 6 Crowell at Quannah. Ppd. Ram to be placed saturday Lockett 7. Rochester 7 tie Seymour 4fi, Burk Hurnelt 20 Stamford 26, Slayton it Wellington 21. Memphis it Kilgore 26, Sherman it Vera 79, roaring Springs 15 6 Man Ruel 2ft. Coyite it Knox Clov 13. Herm High 13 tie Beaumont 14. Lake Charles. La 12 East Chambers 19. Anahuac 6 san Antonio Lanier 19. Premont 9 Kingsville 21. San Antonio Teoh 1 san Antonio Sam Houston we san Antonio Edgewood 0 a Harlingen 2t\ san Benito 8 Houston 19. Brownsville 8 12. Parrs an Juan Aiani 12 Lamar Donna in tit Rock Central Ark. 4. Texarkana 1 Ballinger 1.4. Colorado City 6 Stephenville 36. Bravn word 7 Haskell 34. Rolan it Cisco 32. Comanche 13 Coleman re. Cross Plains 12 Ranger 2.8. Jacksboro 27 Aspermont 14. Roby 6 Stanton 33. Cran Falis 7 Throckmorton s3. Chilo it othe 0 Santa Anna 12, Robert Lee 7 Jim Ned 13. Bronte 0 More scores on Page 6 line. 52 pm Stind Quarter Vanl Anrit Ogham Rorn 3 a re line Ivi s Kix. Van extra Wint h. A v Blaiki urn from 35 it Ard line Ronny i a Tan extra Point Vanlandingham from .9 Ard line Ronny Peggs ran exit Point. Third Quartz r Dean Watkins from 35 Yard line Van ending Ham from Vard line ,h4e Beaver ran pts int 6 Barnev Carter from eight Yard line % Vanlandingham from 12 Vard Ime fourth Quarter s Vanlandingham from 12 Yard Lints h \ Rai v nows staff photo by Richard pipes Mclean Holzbock David Wood a was Able to gain five Yards in the first Quarter at Panhandle last night before he ran into this swarm of panthers on the Midfield Stripe. Apply Inq the Headlock is Roger williams., Panhandle defensive Beck Ond grabbing Woods Jersey is Jimmy Richards no. 28. Another Panhandle Back. A third Panhandle Back whose is Are seen Between Woods and Williams is coming up to join in the fun. The two teams tied. Us. 1 my. #

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