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9 Nov 1975

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9 Nov 1975

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Big Spring Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1975, Big Spring, Texas 5-4a report Cooper upsets Midland in District 5-4a games played Friday night Abilene Cooper ended Midland High s title Hopes by putting the muzzle on the bulldogs 14-8, and Midland Lee surprised Abilene High. 14-7. Permian clinching the District championship was to face san Angelo at Odessa saturday night f first Downs Rushma passing yardage passes fumbles lost penalties punting ams Root 7 Lee Dio it Scopino summary Lee Robby mumble i run i Sherman Chew kick Lee Junior Miller it pass from Clyde Gary Chew kick has Donne Baldwin i run Ralph Owens kick individual statistics ams Rushing Joe Jones 10 30 Donne Baldwin 9 to Herman Reece 9 to Glen stirman 4 i Ricky Felts i i 61 Lee pushing Clyde Gary j7 140 Bobby mumble i Brian Crowell. 4 16 Robert Johnson i 9 Brian Webb to Brad Wright 6 i 4 David Hobbs i i i ams passing Joe Jones. J 7 i 47glen stirman 0 6 i Lee passing Brad Wright. 4 it 7 64 Clyde Gary. It to Russell a Cellner. 0 i has receiving Rodney Smith i to Donnie Williams i it Lee receiving Junior Miller i 17 Bobby Humble 30 Robert Johnson i i 16 Clyde Gary t 1 has punting Glen Shedd. 6 33 j Lee punting Tom Cloyd 6 3 3 Cooper Midland Schoolboy football by the associated press class 4a Seguin 33, new braunfels 16 Temple 72, Bryan 21 Killeen 47, Waco 12 Corsicana 30, Waco University 19 Tyler John Tyler 22, Tyler Lee 7 Texarkana 13, Nacogdoches 6 plano44 Pariso Denison 28 Deton 13 Sherman 28, Lewisville 14 Carrollton Turner 20, Greenville 14 Richardson Lake Highlands 18, South Garland 14 r Ichardson 35, Garland is Richardson Pearce 23, North Garland 27 Mesquite 14, Witmer Hutchins 14 tie Dallas Carter 71, Dallas South Oak Clift 13 Dallas Spruce Dallas skylines Dallas White 28, Dallas Hillcrest 6 Dallas Sunset 23, Dallas Pinkston 6 Dallas Jefferson 22, Dallas Lincoln 6 Irving Nimitz 19, Dallas Highland Park 13 Arlington Lamar 30, Irving Macarthur 14 arlington21, Irving is Arlington Houston 17, Duncanville 17 it tip grand Prairie 70, Arlington Bowie 14 fort Worth Arlington Hills 35, fort Worth Dunbar 7 fort Worth Northside 27, fort Worth Western mills0 Wichita Falls rider 55, fort Worth Castleberry 0 Wichita Falls 27, Wichita Falls Hirschi 14 photo Courtesy Stanton reporter Stanton a Ronnie Mims reaches High into air f first Downs Rushing passing yardage passes fumbles Lott penalties punting 14 186 41 2 6 i i s 5? 4 i 0 14 Ito 90 6 13 i 0 3 58 4 40.0 Cooper 97 7 0 �?14 Midland High 0 6 0 2 -8 c Tim or i run Picky Lewis kick m Kim Madden 2 run Clehan Pearce miss c Kelly Gill i run Lewis kick m Rusty Hamrick tackle in end Lone individual statistics chs Rushing Gill la 32. Allen 6 in Primith 9 s3 Hamric i minus 14, or is 8v tones3 is Mhz Rushing Widner 7 16. Ward 17 66 Whitakers is maddens 7s chs passing Gill i tor 6, 7 yes or i for 38 mrs passing Widner 4 tor it 63 Yards i int Madden i for i 17 yes Ward t for i to yes cams receiving Hamric i 38 Jones i 7 mrs receiving Ward 3 41 Madden i is Murphy i 76 District standings 42-18 Stampede Brown Jones Lead buffs to Victory team Odessa permian Midland High Abilene c Ooper Abilene High Midland Lee san Angelo Odessa High big Spring w l pts of 50 79 13 4 7 174 75 4 j 117 67 3 3 131 113 3 3 170 105 73 84 85 7 4 118 168 06 s6 703 saturday night s game not included this weeks games big Spring at san Angelo Abilene High at Cooper permian at Odessa. Midland at Lee by Terry Neill Stanton a Stanton a buffaloes took All the frustrations of a four game losing Streak out on the scrappy of Donnell eagles Friday night pounding into the end zone behind the Fine running of backs Elvin Brown and Marvin Jones for a convincing 42-18 Victory. Several controversial Calls by the officials aided first half Eagle drives and the locals Only led 20-18 at halftime when the Buzzer sounded after the third period concluded the red team had the game under control however and tacked i a couple More touch Jayton defeats Forsan 27-14 by Barry Canning Forsan the Forsan buffaloes lost their final Home game of the season Here Friday night 27-14, to the Jayton Jaybird the buffaloes opened up the scoring Early in the game following a Jayton Fumble on the opening Kickoff. Forsan started at the Jayton 41-Yard line with a first-and-10 six plays later. Forsan had a first and-10 at the Jaybird a 16 Gary Tidwell then went the final 16 Yards for the touchdown the extra Point try was unsuccessful and Forsan led 6-0. Jayton tied things up in the second Quarter on a seven Yard pass from a a Bobby Kelley to Gene Cleveland. The Pat was no Good and the score been me 6-6. Jayton scored again late in the second Quarter running Hack Mark Fincher topped off a 64-Yard drive with a one Yard run with 1 37 left in the half. Jayton was successful on its try for two and went in at halftime leading 14-6. Forsan then tied the game late in the third Quarter. W Ith a fourth and seven at the Jaybird 14, Job Ralph Miranda found Rusty Henderson All alone in the cats clout Southland Grady a in an offensive Duel Here Friday night Grady a Daniel Lozano outshine Southlands j r Buxkemper As the Host wildcats won their first and final game of the season 46-22. Southland jumped off to a 6-0 first Quarter Lead on Buxkemper a 46-Yard to run Only to have Grady explode for 28 Points in the second period. Richard Tarra opened Grady a scoring with a four Yard run and a run for two on the extra Point try. J b. Tunnell then hit Lozano with a 46-Yard scoring strike and the duo then connected on the two Point conversion. Tunnell then hit Lozano with a nine Yard strike and the game was Over for All practical purposes. Buxkemper scored twice More to round out his night and Lozano repeated the feat with two to runs of his own. End zone. Forsan then tried for two and was successful in tying up the game. In the fourth Quarter the Jaybird put the game away. Jayton scored two touchdowns near the end of the game to put it out of reach for the buffaloes. The Jaybird were successful on one extra Point and closed out the scoring 27-14. Rushing yardage passing yardage passes f first Downs fumbles lost penalties yes Forsan Jayton 269 16 2 6 i 15 2 3 45 185 73 4 7 0 14 4 4 60 sports in Brief hockey new York the new York rangers acquired High scoring Center Phil Esposito and defens Eman Carol Vadnais from the Boston Bruins in return for All Star defens Eman Brad Park Center Jean Ratelle and minor league defens Eman Joe Zanussi. Baseball Milwaukee Alex Grammas a coach for the Cincinnati reds was named manager of the american league Milwaukee Brewers. Tennis Paris a evonne Goola Gong of Australia was upset 6-2, 7-5 by sue Barker in the quarterfinal round of the French women a Tennis tournament. Stockholm Adriano Zanatta of Italy upset defending Champion Arthur Ashe 6-3,6-2 to move into the semifinals of the $100,000 Stockholm open Tennis tournament against Onny a run of new zealand. Basketball Portland Ore. A the Portland trailblazers of the National basketball association placed Forward Greg Smith in waivers and activated Rookie guard Lionel Hollins. Auto racing Hampton a. David Pearson smashed the track record with a Lap time of 160.164 Miles an hour while qualifying for sunday s 16th annual Dixie 500 Stock car race. Downs for insurance. The win was Stanton a first in District 5-a play and gave the red team a 4-5 season record. The buffaloes will close out their season next week when they travel to Shallowater to meet the wingless Mustangs. Jones a Fleet Sophomore running Hack scored three touchdowns Friday night getting the first Buffalo tally from 16 Yards out. Bobby Richardson booted the Pat and Stanton led 7-0. Of Donnell came right Back to score hut missed the Pat and trailed 7-6. The next time Stanton touched the pigskin it resulted in another score this one on a 20-Yard sprint by Jones the Pat was Good and Stanton led 14-6. The buffs Kevy Allred intercepted on the next series and Stanton scored on an eight Yard run by Jones. The Pat failed and Stanton took a 20-18 halftime advantage following a penalty aided drive for a score by the eagles. Stanton received the opening Kickoff of the second half and wasted Little time As Brown scored following a Long drive from the six Yard line. The Pat was Good and she led 27-18. After a touchdown run by Brown was nullified by a penalty Richardson booted a 25-Yard Field goal and Stanton led 30-18 Brown and Jones each got into the scoring act again in the waning moments of the game following interceptions by Allred and linebacker Alan Douglas Brown scored from one Yard out and Jones from six Yards out. Brown totalled 139 Yards on 21 carries while Jones chalked up 127 Yards a soon 21 carries. Jones was injured in the final seconds of the contest but an Elbow injury was not believed to be lawsuits continue Tulsa apr another lawsuit has been filed seeking to Force the televising of an Oklahoma University football game. Several suits filed previously have failed but Sand Springs attorney John Choate Hopes his attempt filed Here Friday in . District court will he successful in time for the Oklahoma Nebraska game nov. 15 at Norman okla., to be aired in this Region. Choates suit alleges that the National collegiate athletic association rules which deny football teams Access to television Are unconstitutional because they Are a prior restraint on the Freedom of speech and exercise a form of the Case was assigned to . District court judge h. Dale Cook but it was too late Friday for the judge to set a Date for the hearing on a request for a temporary restraining order against the Mcaa Choate also asked the court to ask the Federal communications commission a to investigate the no aah a practice of using the Access to television to coerce member compliance with arbitrary unconstitutional by Laws a a Choate named the Mcaa the american broadcasting co., which televised College football games and the state of Oklahoma As defendants. The ban on televising Oklahoma games this year was a part of the no aah a penalties against the sooner for recruiting violations. The ban will be lifted after this season and does not apply to Post season games. Eagles fall to Bronte Bronte a Sterling fell to Bronte 34-18, in a 3-b contest Here Friday night. The eagles Are now 2-4 in the District and 3-6 for the season and Bronte 5-1 and 8-1. Bronte defending champs lost its first place hold to Jayton last Friday. Jayton won Over Forsan Friday 27-14. Bronte s. City Hurst Bell 22, Haltom 21 Mineral Wells 21, Richland 19 Midland Lee 14, Abilene 7 Abilene Cooper 14, Midland 8 Plainview 74. Lubbock Coronado 7 Odessa 35, big Spring 14 Amarillo Caprock 21 Borger 0 Pampa 12, Amarillo Palo Duroo Elpaso Ysleta 21, Elpaso 8 Elpaso Eastwood 21, Elpaso Burges 14 Elpaso Coronado 46, Elpaso Andress 0 Elpaso Bowie 13, Elpaso Bel air 0 Elpaso Irvin 27, Elpaso Austin 16 Elpaso Jefferson 28, Elpaso Parkland 14 Elpaso Cathedral 13, Silver City no Hobbs no 41, Elpaso Riverside 22 Brownsville 35, san Benito 7 Weslaco 19, Brownsville Porter 7 mcallen78, Brownsville Pace Harlingen 21, Mission 12 Corpus Christi King 13, Kingsville 13 tie Corpus Christi Miller to Robstown 0 Victoria Stroman 38, Bay City 0 Victoria 27, port Lavaca Calhoun 0 Bra Oswood 25, Al Campo 13 la Porte 18, c Lear Creek 0 Deer Park 13, Clear Lake 0 Houston Sharpstown 28, Houston Bellaire 19 Houston Sam Houston 36, Houston Washington 72 Houston Spring Branch 20, Houston memorial 13 Cypress Fairbanks 27, Houston Spring Woods 0 Houston Smiley 17, Houston Forest Brook 16 Houston Westbury 21, Houston Lincoln 6 Houston Wheatley 20, Houston Jones u South Houston 14, Pasadena Rayburn 6 Houston North Shore 13, Aldine Mac Arthur 0 Galena Park 28, Aldine i Texas City 48 Dickinson 0 Angleton 24, Alvin 21 Lamarque 18, Pearland 0 Baytown lee30, Klein 8 Galveston Ball 27, Stafford Dulles 19 port Neches Groves 28, Nederland 6 class 3a Carrizo Springs is Crystal City 14 Pleasanton 70, san Antonio East first Downs Rushing passing yardage passes fumbles lost penalties punting Bronte Sterling City 6 68 131 4 110 i 2 to 2 41 8 6 12 8 34 0 8 2 8 18 Roby settles ponies 26-6 Ackerly a Roby put Points on the scoreboard in each Quarter to defeat Sands 26-6, Here Friday night in 3-b eleven Man action this was Sands final Home game of the season with the Mustangs concluding the season at Sterling City next Friday. The loss drops Sands to 2-4 in the District and 3-5-1 Overall while Roby climbs to 4-2 and 5-4. Following the opening Kickoff Roby marched 61 Yards to score on a six Yard run by Mark Daniel. In the second. Lion Ricky Morton ran Over a to from the 11-Yard line climaxing a 59-Yard drive. Roby added its third six Pointer in the third on a 29-Yard Gallop by Carlos Jones. All previous extra Point tries by Roby failed. Roby Sands first Downs 15 4 Rushing 337 50 passing yardage 24 51 passes 152 392 fumbles lost 2 3 4 50 penalties 7 83 4 so punting 0 0 7 32 3 Roby 6 6 6 8 a 26 Sands of 0 6 a 6 Central 7 san Antonio Clemens 34, san Antonio holy Cross 0 gonzales21 san Antonio Southside san Antonio Southwest 20, Uvalde 7 fredericksburg44, Kerrville Tivy 0 Lockhart 16, round Rock 14 Belton 33, Lampasas 13 new Caney 12, Brenham 0 Copperas Cove 27, Gatesville 21 Georgetown 19, Austin Del Valle 14 Chapel Hill 47, Crockett 0 Texarkana Liberty eylau 34, Atlanta 6 Daingerfield 23, Clarksville Longview Pine tree 78, Hallsville 13 Carthage 27, Center 0 Henderson 21, Kilgore 7 Mexia 24, Lancaster 7 waxahachie28, Waco Moore 13 Burleson 38, a Leo fort Worth Boswell to Everman 8 Mansfield 41, fort Worth Brewer in Graham 40, Stephenville 2 Burkburnett 20, Weatherford 20 tie Vernon 21, Iowa Park 0 Snyder 47, Sweetwater 7 Canyon 23, Muleshoe 0 Lubbock Estacada 20, san Angelo Lake View 7 Seminole 36, Andrews 35 Pecos 24, Odessa Ector 0 Perryton 13, Dumas 12 class 2a Hondo 25, san Antonio Cole 6 Cisco 47. Hamilton 14 killer 13, Springtown 7 Alvarado 40, Joshua 19 Breckenridge 57, Coleman 20 Bowie 40, Bridgeport 0 Decatur 27, Whitesboro 0 Granbury 76, fort Worth Lake Worth 13 Childress 48. Henrietta 7 West 34, hillsboro0 Hamlin 12, Stamford 6 Anson 14, Winters 14 tie Colorado City 7, Ballinger 6 Lockney 15, Abernathy 6 Dimmitt 7, Friona 6 Denver City 40, Tahoka 0 floydada27. Idalou 13 Olton 26, Littlefield 0 Post 41, Lubbock Roosevelt 8 Lubbock Cooper 31, frenship6 boys ranch 12, Panhandle Quanah 17, Seymour 0 Electra 21, Olney 7 Dalhart 70, Phillips 6 canuillo9, Fabens class a Crowell 14, Haskell 6 Munday 38, Aspermont 8 Knox City 21, Paducah 6 Rotan 32, Albany 6 Ranger 50, Dublin 13 Abilene Wylie 25, Jim Nedo Junction 44, Robert Lee 15 goldthwaite21, Bangs 21 tie Baird 35, Merkel 0 crosbyton66, ralls0 Springlake Earth 17, Kress 0 Lorenzo 20, Hale Center 18 new Deal 34, Spur 13 Seagraves 55, Plains 7 Stanton 42, o Donnell is Shamrock 32, Silverton 0 Stratford 31, Sunray 7 Wellington 49, Mclean 0 Sanford Fritch 24, Canadian 22 Gruver 14 White Deer 7 Vega 37, Bovina 14 memphis51, Wheeler 0 Clarendon 62, Claude 0 Rankin 28, Clint 7 Early 18, Cross Plains o class b Jayton 27, Forsan 14 rising Star 22, Blanket 6 Eden 33. Santa Anna 14 Gorman 47, Richland Springs 6 Bronte 34, Sterling City 18 Newcastle 38, Throckmorton 12 Rochester 37, Goree 12 Roby 76. Sands 6 Anton 78, Shallowater 0 Sudan 19, Motley county 0 Sundown 46, Wilson 6 others paint Rock 34, water Valley 24 it Ginand 49, Hobbs 26 Miles 60, Talpa Centennial 16 Hermleigh 22, Ira 12 Leuders Asoka 35, Guthrie 6 Gordon 52 Strawn 77 Cristoval 44, Divide 6 Grady 46, Southland 22 ropes 23, Meadow 0 the state National Hank bus super tire value. 48 off pairs steel track belted grappler radial Whitewall. Wards finest passenger tire. A 2 Tough steel belts for Hazard Protection excellent wet traction a radial Cord body for dependable Highway handling control limited 42,000-mile warranty wards warrants its passenger Cor tires for specified Miles when used on passenger cars except taxis of your tire does not give you this mileage because of defects Normal Road Hazard failure or premature tread Wear out wards will i during first 10�o of warranted mileage replace the tire free 2. During the remaining mileage replace for a prorate charge based on mileage used for adjustments return tire to words with War Ranty gook let prorate charge based on Price in effect at time of return at Branch to which returned including Federal excise tax to Whitewall size Hegi i a prick each Sale Price Paik plus get each br78-13t $48 $72 2.16 dr78-14 $56 $82 2.45 er78-14 $59 $86 2.55 fr78-14 $63 $92 2.67 gr78-14 $67 $98 2.89 hr78-14 $73 $108 3.09 br78-15 $57 $82 2.30 gr78-15 $72 $106 2.96 hr78-15 $78 $114 3.17 jr78-15 $82 $120 3.31 lr78-15 $87 $126 3.46 a with Trade in tires to mgr radial ply in the fourth Roby capped its scoring drive collecting eight. The Mustangs picked up their Lone score on a 35-Yard pass from Neil Grigg to Steve Bodine in the fading minutes of the game. Now owns All voting Stock Foxboro mass. A William h Sullivan jr., founder and Board chairman of the new England patriots and his Cousin Mary h. Sullivan of Lowell now own All voting Stock in the National football league club. Sullivan ousted As team president in april 1974, formally regained control of the patriots Friday by completing Purchase of voting Stock from David h. Mcconnell and Robert c. Wetenhall of new York Hester Sargent of Dover Forrester a. Clark of Hamilton Hie George l. Sargent Trust the estate of Edgar l. Turner and the Daniel f Marr Trust. $6-$10 off. Highway handler. A 4-ply polyester Cord body for strength and Riding Comfort limited 20,000-mile warranty Tubeless Blackwall size regular Price each Sale Price each plus . Each a78-13 $25 $19 i 76 b78-13 $27 $21 1.84 c78-13 $30 $23 1.98 b78-14 $30 $23 1.94 e78-14 $33 $25 2.27 f78-14 $35 $27 2.40 g78-14 $37 $28 2.56 f78-15 $36 $27 2.45 g78-15 $38 $29 2.60 h78-15 $40 $30 2.83 a with Trade in Whitewall for most size $3 More each. Buy what you need now use cd arg All credit a of too very Well get you rolling right. Ivy �4 Al open monday till 8 . 7 i

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