The J-TAC (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 21, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 18, 1947 Page: 3 of 4
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1947
To Plowboys, 53-36
Ini a rough and tumble game
♦that included 38 personal fouls
and provided plenty of thrills and
spills fov spectators John Tarle-
ton's Plowboys smothered a Wea-
therford Junior College five here
Copeland and Cox were high-for
^Tarleton, with 16 and 12 points,
^hile' Crumby and Hall scored nine
each for Weatherford,
the box score
Tarleton FG FT PF TP
Smith 4 2 1 10
Gilbert _ 2 0 4 4
Gee 0 15 1
Davis •. 0 15 1
Thetford 0 0 0 0
Hicks . 2 10 5
Brawley 0 0 1 0
Cox -1 4 2 12
Martin 0 0 0 0
Logan 10 0 2
Jones 0 0 0 0
Copeland 7 2. 0 16
Lowery 10 12
Tojtal , 21 11 17 53
Weatherford FG FT PF TP
Terry 0 0 3 0
Polk 10 0
Spracklin ! 0 1,1
Johnson 0 0 2
Mercer' 2 15
JTarris 0 0 2
Beedle „ 0 1 0
Crumby 4 1 1 * 9
Croslin 0 0 10
Jones 13 15
Qarter —— 2 0 2 4
Hall 4 13 9
Totals 14 8 21 36
i Half-time seore: Plowboys 21, Weather-
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GOLFERS, TENNIS PLAYERS
Coach Dutch Flory announces
that golf; practice will be held
daily from 4 to 6 p.m. on the
drill field and that daily tennis
practice will be held from 4 to
Pictured left to right are AI Price, Stephenville high school; Billy Dickerson, Stephenville
high school; Harrell Banks, Tarjeton College; Joe Cummings, Tarleton; Ray Montague, Tarle-.
ton; Johnny Willingham, Stephenville high school; Lowell Newman, Tarleton, and Vera Brock,
Tarleton. These boxers formed the Golden Gloves team are sponsored by the John Tarleton
Campus American Legion Post, William E, Dyess. >
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SHOP No. 2
Across street from Stepheriville
Joe "Punchy" Cummings, third
seeded middle weight in the State
of Texas, lost* a close decision in
the state Golden Gloves quarter
finals at Will Rogers Memorial
Coliseum last Wednesday night to
Herbert May, state champion of
Cummings, who lost his first de-
cision here in forty bouts,' came
out fast in the first round and with
left jabs and rights to ttye mid-
section, out-pointed the Houston
boy decisively. Then with the bell
of the second, Punchy, who is a
defensive wizard, changed tactics.
He resorted to close-in fighting
and seemed to take this round al-
so. H9wever the former cham-
pion, May, came out in the third
and gained a not too well accept-
Other bouts of the night found
"Buster" Brock, and Buddy Bag-
gett, two outstanding Tarleton
athletes, battling toe to toe with
a couple of good boys.
Brock lost a close decision to
Albert Hanson in the heavyweight
bracket, while Baggett, second
seeded flyweight, took a unani-
mous decision from a fast Waco
X The Sports Parade X
Tarleton netters are; working
out every afternoon that; the /wea-
ther permits in preparation for
competition with other schools in
this area. They are greatly hamp-
ered by the condition ,of the two
nets on the local court, but are
practicing hard to be in shape
for their first match. ,
Orchids from the Sports Staff
of the J-Tac this week go to Red
Johnson and Charles Gafford who
have kept the Tarleton Boxers in
tip vtop shape. Red Johnson is the
one and only trainer in the club
and so far has been to every Tarle-
ton bout helping the fighters in
and out of the ring. Charles Gaf-
ford is-the finance officer of the
American Legion *Post and sees
that the boys are fed and takes
care of transportation problems.
Cross Roads of
Extra Power with Esso Extra
997 Motor Oil
Humble Upper Cylinder Lube
Belcher's Humble Station
SEE ,OUR NICE SELECTION OF
Honeybee Johnson went to Hico
lecently to practice for the'coming
golf tournament. On the sixth
hole Johnson left a club and didn't
think about it until the ninth.
Johnson's chaperones had to follow
him all over the course picking up
Bill Hicks, outstanding football
player for the Tarleton Plowboys,
is fast becoming one of the top
cagers. Hicks is always at the
right place at the right time and
never gets ..excited.
Plans are now being made, for
the John Tarleton basketeers to
play the Texas "B" team in a cur-
tain raiser to the Texas-Arkansas
game which will probably decide
the Southwest Conference cham-
Coach Oscar H. Frazier deserves
a lot of credit for his fine work
in getting Tarleton's , track team
shaped, up. The boys are coming
along fine despite the handicaps
of cold weather they have been
J. C. PENNEY'S
YOUR HOME TOWN
"A fine start has been made on
Tarleton's intramural sport pro-
gram," Coach Flory announced rec-
Touch football, boxing, badmin-
ton, table tennis, tennis, basket-
ball, softball, and horseshoe pitch-
ing are all either1 under way or will
begin soon, weather conditions and
space being the only two things
holding them back.
The opening date of the round
robin horshoe pitching tourna-
ment brought Mark Anthony at
21-5 victory over Ken Cooper and
Joe Boone a 21-19 photo-finish ov-
er Dwayne Jones. The James Fry-
Jack Durham and John Stockton-
Kee Givens matches were not play-
ed as planned, but will be made
up for in time to enter the second
round of the playoff. '
James Rice led his Lions to a
20-4 victory over Sims and the re-
mainder of his Tiger quintet. Fti-
qua, who stands second only to
Grossman in league scoring, took
his Bears to a hard fought 20 to 18
victory over the Wolverines.
Grossman of. the Bears made up.
the difference in the score- by
counting for 12 points during the
game. The Rice-led pigskin group
was also victorious in their game
over Henderson and his Tigers by
a 6 to 0 score.
The following named men are
the members of the present teams
that have seen action.
Rice, James—Cap—Sims, Frank H.
Coates, Pollard H. Nixon, Eddie L.
Hunt, Chas. M. Henderson, Kenneth
Smith, Thos. G. Mancill, Jerry E.
Boone, Joe T. Briggs, Calvin L.
Fuqua, R. W.— Cap —Hunt, C. M.
Brannon, Roy W, Nealy, Garnet
Nixon, Eddie L. Ligion, Myron
Boone, Joe T. Sanders, H. E.
Pipes, John R. Herring, Roy W.
Grossman, Bob S.
Rice, J. E.— Cap ■—Henderson Ken.
McElreath, Henry Nixon, Eddie L.
Lancaster, Paul Tisdale, Louis
Pryor, Dale Robinson, Roger
Bostick, Alvin L, Smith, Thos. C.
Herring, Ray Gi'ossman, Bob
Ellis, W. L. Houston, Marshall
Boone, Joe Anthony, Mark
Allen, Dale Fondren, Loyd
Biggs, Calvin R. Neely, Garnet
Kelley, James B.
John Tarleton's rampaging bas-
ketball , independents continued on
their winning ways as they slith-
ered pa'st a fast Trailer Village vet
team 57-23; in the city rec hall on
-Coach Anderson's boys extend-
ed their wining streak to eight
straight Master of hoop-meshing
fqp the night was M. C. "Matador"
Jones who sank 29 points, but the
glory went to little Doc Woods'
grand defensive play ancl smooth
ball handling of the entire team
which includes Jim Whitacre, Ike
Hyde, Pinky Boucher and "Hot
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COMPLETE RESULTS ON
B'WOOD. GOLDEN GLOVES
Lynn Foster, 160, of Stephen-
ville decisioned Joe Dixon, 160, of
jLloyd Angel, 160, of Stephen-
ville KO over Bobtiy McMurry,
161, of Brady (2).
Virgy Little, 147, of Stephen-
ville lost decision to Tommy Mills,
144, of.Brownwood (3).
Toby Stone, 141, Stephenville,
lost close decision to Dale Sch-
nideir, 143, Brownwood (3).
Chuck Prather, 147, Stephen-
ville, took decision over Bob Mc-
Clendon,, 146, !of Brownwood (3).
# Harrell' Banks'/ 142, Stephen-
ville; lost decision to Virgil Mor-
gan, 147, of Coleman (3).
Billy Dickerson, 133, of Steph-
enville, decisioned Gene Woods,
134, of Eastland (3).
Lynn Foster, 160, of Stephen-
ville, lost decision to Jame Cloud,
156, of Brady (3).
Virgil Ewers, 159, of Stephen-
ville, KO over Bill Chumbly, 152,
of Brownwood (2).
Buster Brock, 202, of Stephen-
ville, lost close decision to Afton
Cox* 198, of Brownwood (3).
Bjpjly Dickerson, 133 of Stephen-
ville, KO over Earl Hutto, 135 of
Brownwood. (30 seconds).
Ray Montague, 167 of Stephen-
ville, lost decision to Bill Hamrick,
174 of Brownwood. (3).
Lowell Newman, 174 of Stephen-
ville, KO over J. M. Moore, 174 of
Joe Cummings, 159 of Stephen-
ville, KO over Joe Vogel, 161 of
San Saba, (1),
Cliff Prather, 202 of Stephen-
ville, lost KO to John Slaughter,
202 of Cisco. (3).
Billy Dickerson, 133 of Stephen-
ville, decisioned Milton Amie, 136
of Brownwood. (3).
Ab Taylor, 154 of Stephenville,
decisioned James Cloud, 150 of
- Johnny Willingham1, 170 of Ste-
phenville, decisioned Rudy Brown,
171 of Pioneer. (3).
Joe Cummings, 159 of Stephen-
ville, scored TKO over J. Paul
Turney, 158 of Brownwood. (3).
Lowell "Rocky" Newman, 174 of
Stephenville, lost decision to Bill
Hamrick, 174 of Brownwood. (3).
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