Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 235, Ed. 1 Friday, October 3, 1952 Page: 2 of 8
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Mustangs Ready For Tilt
With San Angelo Tonight
By A! Echols
By AL ECHOLS
It's football time again in Sweet-
The San Angelo Bobcats move
into Mustang Bowl tonight to tan-
gle with the Mustangs in the sec-
ond home game of the year for the
Bowl. It is expected to be a thrill-
er with the two clubs offering or
fiving no quarters.
The Bobcats, a AAAA club, is
seeking its first win of the season
and also its first score. The Class
AAA Mustangs will be trying to
stop a two game losing streak,
notch their second win of the year
and keep their home record unsul-
Bands and pep squads from both
schools will add plenty of music,
noise and color to the always col-
orful contest while a packed bowl
will give the players of each team
plenty of incentive to fight—as if
San Angelo and Sweetwater teams
needed any incentive to fight when
the two get together.
The Mustangs will be favored in
this one since the Bobcats have
yet to show a scoring punch or a
stout defense. The Tom Green
county boys have lost to Big
Spring 33-0 and Breckenridge 27-0,
the latter considered one of the
top teams in the state.
But Coach Pat Gerald and his
charges are taking no chances.
They have been working hard for
the game and the team is report-
ed to be in fine fettle, both men-
tally and physically.
Coach Gerold has indicated that
two or three changes may be made
in the Mustang's starting lineup
on offense. Freddie Armstrong is
due to start at quarterback in
place of Joe Feagan and Allen
Thompson at guard in the place of
Moss will devote his attention to
defense and is expected to be a
standout since he will be rested,
whereas in the past he has been
used full time and has weakened
under the strain.
Other changes may be inaugur-
ated but so far they are in the
The Bobcats will present a heavy
outfit packed with eight return-
ing starters and 14 lettermen.
They have yet to hit their stride
but backers are (predicting that
"this is the game.
And they are to move in in large
numbers to pull for their favorites.
A special train will bring the pep
squad and a number of students
and fans. Others will follow the
club by auto.
Tickets have been selling brisk-
ly both here and in San Angelo.
Sweetwater Reporter, Texas, Friday, October 3
Hamlin Defeats Roscoe
20-6 In Well Played Game
By AL ECHOLS
HAMLIN, Oct. 3—The Hamlin
Pied Pipers overcame an attack of
fumbleitis and a stubborn Roscoe
team here Thursday night to de-
feat the Roscoe Plowboys 20-7 in
a non-conference contest.
The Pipers fumbled five times
to the Plowboys, three of them
Defeat Colls In
Game Here 20-6
The South Abilene Junior High
Coyotes romped to an easy 20-6
victory over the Sweetwater Colts
here Thursday afternoon to keep
their slate clear and chalk up
their third win of the season.
Using a powerful line and a
speedy backfield, the Coyotes
held the Colts to only three first
downs and kept them away from
the pay station until late in the
A beautiful 75 yard run, the high- j quarter
light of the game, brought the j halftim
Colts their only counter. Dickie Clifford" Burnett picket up 12 and
Allen, speedy little 8th grader, [ 8 yards to spark the drive that
broke through the line at guard, carried for 48 vards. Jackie Fitts
cut to the sideline and outraced the score[j from (he one on a quarter-
defense for the touchdown. back sneak and Burnett split the
dep in their own territory and two
to stop drives that appeared to be
touchdown bound. But they got
their share of the breaks also to
win going away.
The Pipers found paydirt in the
first quarter after two fumbles
had stopped earlier drives and a
15 yard penalty had all but stop-
ped that bid. A gamble from the
Roscoe 35 yard line caught the de-
fense napping and resulted in the
With fourth down coming up
and needing 12 yards for a first
from the Roscoe 35 yard line,
Quarterback Marvin Johnson fad-
ed back and passed perfectly to
Robert Fletcher down the middle.
Fletcher was all alone on the 20
when he took the pass and scored
The locals found the pay station
again in the second period on a
sustained 52 yard drive sparked
by James Buckhart, .Jimmy Ray
and Joe Don Hymer. Hymer went
across on a quarterback sneak
from the one.
The Plowboys launched a drive
of their own late in the second
to score and enter the
halftime rest period trailing 14-7.
Abilene scored in the first quar-
ter on a five yard buck through
the middle by Jerry Henderson,
fullback. A 25 yard scamper by
Freddie Green put the ball in
A pass from David Bourland to j final quarter
Walter Campbell was good for 28 i Fitts pUnted nicelv out of
yards and set up the second Coy- j bounds on the Hamlin 5 yard line
uprights for the extra point.
The third quarter was scoreless
and it appeared that the game
would end without further scoring
until the Pipers turned a fine Ros-
coe punt into a touchdown drive in
By Al Echols
When the Sweetwater Mustangs
and the San Angelo Bobcats get to-
gether tonight in Mustang Bowl all
of the elements that go into mak-
ing football one of the greatest of
spectator sports will be present.
Hobbs In 5-B Tilt
For Fourth In Row
HOBBS, Oct. 3—T1h> Hermleigh
Cardinals defeated the Hobbs Pan-
thers 25-6 here Thursday night to
maintain their undefeated record
and take a stride toward a Dis-
trict 5-B title.
The Cardinals held the edge all
of the way, picking up 248 yards
and 15 first downs while holding
the hdome towners to three firsts
and a net 12 yards f or the night.
Coach Charlie White's men scor-
ed early in the first quarter when
Dave Chitsey broke loose for 40
yards and a score. They repeated
again in the second with Dick Wall;
traveling 48 yards to the double
Their other two touchdowns came
the hard way but were ground out
with precision by the smooth work-
ing Cardinal offense. Wall got his
second score of the night in the
third period on a 12 yard end.
sweep. Charlie Rhinehart plow-
Bands and pep squads will be
present to keep the pot boiling : ed for two and the final score in
ote marker in the second period.
The pass carried to the 10 from
which point Green took over to
The visitors drove 60 yards for
their final touchdown in the fourth j
quarter. Henderson plunged the j
last yard to score then drive !
across for the extra point. Bour- S
midway of the period to put the
Pipers in the hole but they launch-
ed a 95 yard touchdown drive that
was climaxed by a handoff from
Johnson to Milton Butler good for
11 yards. Burkhart missed his try
for extra point after having made
good on the two earlier attempts.
Dwayne Robinson was a stand-
while the natural rivalry between
the two schools will insure a hard
fought game on the field. It is a
perfect setup and one of the larg-
et crowds of the season should be
Oddmakers throughout the state
have placed Sweetwater in the
drivers seat for this one. Phil Col-
lier. the Fort Worth Star Telegram
high school football expert, has said
that the Mustangs can win by any
score they choose—but Coach Pat
Gerald is not satisfied to win it
the newspapers—he wants to win
it on the field also.
Realizing that San Angelo has
a lot of talent, experience and
weight on the Bobcat squad, he is
of the opinion that the club will
hit its stride somewhere along the
way. Local Fans are keeping their
fingers crossed hoping that they do
not pick this game as the one.
San Angelo fans are coming to
Sweetwater by the train load to
pull for their Bobcats. A special
train will be run to this city for
the game, arriving at the Elm
Street crossing of the San Fe
tracks at 7:10 o'clock. The pas-
sengers will be unloaded at that
point and reloaded there at the end
of the game.
Plans are being worked out to
have local cars at the crossing to
assist in getting the visitors to the
bowl. This project is being direct-
ed by the Board of City Develop-
ment—but will require lot of help
from local citizens.
Fish stories are coming in reg-
ularly at this time as some fisher-
men are having exceptional luck at
Lake Sweetwater. A party of three,
L. M. Hubbard, Buster Long and
Finus Rushing, chose the end of
the dam as their site Wednesday
and it proved a wise choice for
Rushing. Using his Deep Crawler,
Finus came back with two fine
bass, one weighing 4% pounds and
the other 4% pounds.
This Rushing Dep Crawler should
become a popular bait for artifi-
cial bait fishermen for it is prov-
ing itself in Lake Sweetwater coh-
sistently at this time.
Kay McKinney decided to try
The Panther score came in the
third period on a pass and run
play good for 35 yards. Bill Eth-
ridge passed to Pud Neves on the
21 and Neves outdistanced the
Cardinal secondary to the goal
The victory was the fourth of
the eason for the Cardinals and
their second conference win.
£& i&if •.
Briskly For Game;
Tickets for the Sweetwater-San
Angelo game to be played tonight
in Mustang Bowl, have been mov-
ing briskly and a large crowd is
expected, school officials said to-
day. Tickets are on sale at Dar-
nell's Sporting Goods and at the
They also will be on sale at the
gate tonight but fans are urged
to buy them in advance in order to
get choice seats.
All west side seats are reserv-
ed this year in a new policy
brought about by the abuse of the
unreserved seat plan of last year
and also to bring the policy here in
line with that of other schools in
the district, it was pointed out.
Refusal to honor reserve seat
ticket holders by those buying gen-
eral admission seats but moving
into the reserved seat section,
brought about the change, it was
School officials said that par-
ents with small children would be
protected by the plan. They are
advised to purchase student tick-
ets then exchange them for re-
serve seat tickets at the gate.
NO STEAL—Phil Rizzuto, Yankee shortstop, thrown out at second on an attempted steal by Dodger
catcher Roy Campanella's peg to Pee Wee Reese in the first inning of the second game of the World
Series played at Ebbets Field. Rizzuto was the second consecutive Yankee thrown out trying to steal
second in the first inning. (NEA Telephoto.)
Nod This Week
land carried for one other extra j out performer on defense for the
Point. s I Plowboys. He was repeatedly in
David Roberts, Colt left end, suf- the Piper backfieid to harrass the
fered a cleat cut in the game but | backs and stack l!p plays. It was
was not seriously injured. He will j his hard charging that was respon- his luck alone Wednesday night so
be ready for action next week | siblc for most 0f the costly Hamlin ; this story is not substantiated but
when the Colts move to San Angelo i fumbles. > he reports that he took 25 crappies
to meet the Lee Juniors in a game '
scheduled for Thursday afternoon
at 4:00 o'clock.
Pro Gridslers To
Probable Starting Lineups Open Weekend Play
With Till Tonight
from Lake Swetwater—"all fairly
| good sized." He was fishing in his
[ own secret "hole" which he is
I guarding as thought it were a gold
Sweetwater football fans were
By ED FITE
United Press Sports Writer
The Southwest Conference's big
football weekend has arrived and
it finds four of the five teams in-
volved in intersectional play favor-
ed to win by from a lone point to
Only Southern Methodist, which
hosts seventh-ranked Georgia
Tech, was the underdog on the
sparkling schedule which finds
Texas Christian and Arkansas
opening the loop race at Fort
Worth, Notre Dame at Texas,
Washington State at Baylor, Ken-
tucky at Texas A&M and Louisiana
State at Rice.
Texas, the nation's third ranked i
team by the United Press coaches' I
board, figures in the schedule's top i
game at Austin with a sellout j
crowd assured for the fourth meet-
ing between the Longhorns and the
fighting Irish Saturday afternoon.
But, that game will be matched
in national interest if not at the
gate itself by the nocturnal clash
between Georgia Tech and SMU
i at Dallas.
The Sweetwater Ponies, formerly j Bookies Favor Georgia Tech
scheduled to meet the Abilene BI Texas was established as the
team in Abilene, wil play at Mus-1 seven-point favorite over Notre
Rice, untested by an easy 34 to
7 romp over Texas Teh, was the
13-point choice over LSU and the
night game should give conference
fans a fair comparison between
Texas and the Owls, considered a
possible championship contender.
Our batting average took another
nose dive last week as Houston
upset Arkansas and TCU failed to
come through, but here's how they
look this week.
Texas over Notre Dame—The
heat will help make it about 21
SMU over Georgia Tech—The
form reversal of the week, about
19 to 14.
TCU over Arkansas—It's tifk
for the Frogs to score, 14 to 7.
Texas A&M over Kentucky
—Speed will count, 14 to 7.
Washington State over Baylor—
The Cougars can do it, 14 to 10.
Rice over LSU—But it won't be
a breather, 20 to 14.
Pony Game Moved
To Mustang Bowl
the Brooklyn Dodgers.
,i„ , • . With the scene shifting from
tang Bowl Saturday atfernoon at Dame, while SMU was a 13-po.nt bandbox Ebb,,ts Kiek, to molv
2:30 o'clock, it was announced here underdog to Georgia Tech. spacious Yankee Stadium for the
Thursday. The game was moved Almost on a par with these two ( „.,mcs ,he odds-makers
iopat. Roe To Pitch Today;
Series Moves To Stadium
By LEO H. PETERSEN j when the Yankees take the field in
NEW YORK. Oct. 3 UP The j defense of the world championship
* ,. i .. ' . , , , " j in the stadium where they have-
New York Yankees, restored to wriUen ,0 many previous golden
2-1 favorites to win their fourth chapters in their Jong history. The
straight world championship, nom- lsjxth and seventh games, if neces-
inated Ed Lopat to oppose Preach- sary, will be played Ebbets
er Roe in the third game of the I Field
World Series Friday in an effort | Rain fell heavily during the night,
to gain a 2-1 edge in games over,but |h„ officia, ?orecas? Was
to this city to avoid a conflict
with a college game.
Coach Tommie Hir.son reported
that his team was in good condition
and ready for the game. The
Ponies, local B team, has been
impassive in earlier games but
will be hard pushed to win against
No. Name Wt Pos. Wt.
88 Hal (Fox) Bvrd 180 LE-RE 159
75 James Patten .. 210 LT-RT 176
82 .1. B. Moss .... 175 LG-RG 158
53 J. Sommerville 180 C 165
68 Frank Glass ... 153 RG-LG 174
76 .lark Leonard . 205 RT-LT 193
81 Mark Bishop .. 181 RE-LE 156
17 Joe Feagan ... 190 QB 179
45 .fames Butler . . 137 LH-RH 149
33 Eugene Kouri . 155
37 Angel Olvera . 154
Harold Wills . .
W. Chambriss .
Buddy Gibbs . .
Earl Sledge . . .
Mike Henson .
NEW YORK. Oct. 3—UP—The
Stuart Vaughan 22
Buster Davidson ..
Jackie Lawrence ..
Theron Dorsey ....
Buddy Spillers ...
John C. Morris
La Ray McElroy ..
Billy Stone .......
Jimmy Gilmore ...
DEER AND TURKEY
ARE IN BETTER CONDITION
Good Hunting Leases Are
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
154 Rill Connelly .
161 Lon Slaughter
. >• >
Bobby Joe Walker
Dwayne Sanders ..
Jimmy Cochran .
Collyns Moore ....
Gary McElroy ...
Douglas Kuhn ...
Mike Bunyard ....
56 I champion Los Angeles Rams try
70 j to get back on the title trail with
no j a new coach when they play the
r'_" | Detroit Lions Friday night at the
Los Angeles Coliseum as the Na-
tional Football League begins a
weekend program that's scattered
like a spread formation.
The Rams will be directed by
new Head Coach Hampton Pool
as they attempt to bounce back
from their 37 to 7 opening game
defeat by the Cleveland Browns.
Pool, the Los Angeles backfield
coach, replaced Joe Stydahar Tues-
day after the latter admitted he
and Pool couldn't agree on team
happy to hear earlier this week j a wel manned Abilene eleven.
that D. C. Andrews, former Mus- j There will be no admission
tang performer is well up among i charge for the game and a large
the leaders in two departments of j crowd is expected to see the con-
offensive football. D. C, ranks test.
seventh in number of passes
caught caught—10—and fourth in
total yards gained on passes, 150.
One of his pass completions was
good for a touchdown He wears
the spangles of Hardin-Simmons
The Abilene Eagles escaped
without serious injuries in their
gruelling game with Sweetwater
last Friday night—but not so in j 0
workouts this week. Reports indi-
cate that Coach Pete Shotwell has
James Rose and Tommy Seale on
the injured list — both from in-
juries received in scrimmages this
Rose was the quarterback and
top games because of its signifi
cance on the home front was the
conference clash between TCU and
Arkansas, both of which have
proved big disappointments to their
followers to date. TCU, which has
been made a seven-point favorite
Saturday night, has yet to score in
two-touchdown losses to Kansas
and UCLA, while Arkansas had to
sscramble to beat Oklahoma A&M
22 to 20 and then was toppled 17
I to 7 by Houston.
Texas A&M, the big surprise of
the season with its 21 to 13 and
j 14 to 7 victories over Houston and
I Oklahoma A&M, was only a one-
I point favorite over Kentucky.
Baylor Over Washington State
Baylor, still a question mark de-
spite its 17 to 14 triumph over
I Wake Forest, was given a six-
Wharton JC 21, Kilgore JC 20
Henderson JC 34, Cisco JC 0.
Paris JC 32, East Texas B 19. .
Cameron Aggies 35. Decatur JC ; point bulge over Washington State
for their day game at Waco.
the skies would be clear befon
Batting Orders Changed
Amid a growing belief that the
of the series as is their time-hon-
ored custom, both managers re-
vised their batting orders.
Manager Casey Stengel of the
pitcher who had won 33 games and ! Yankees dropped first baseman
lost onlv live in tile last two years, i •'< ' Collins from fifth to sixth in
A crowd of between 68.000 and ; 'he batting order and moved up
69,000 was expected to be on hand third baseman c.il McDougald. II.'
explained he did not want the Ai
ot three left handed hitters. Mickey
Mantle. Yogi Berra and Collins.
•;oing against the southpaw deliv-
I cries of Roe
Manager Charley Dressen of the
Dodgers, meanwhile, dropped left
; handed hitting Duke Snider from
-Facts | third to sixth in the batting order
reaffirmed their faith in the "old |
champs" by rating them 7-5 favor- j
ites to win the third game al- j
though they were facing in Roe a i
NEW YORK, Oct. 3—UP
Pecos 27, El Paso Bowie 26.
Fort Worth Carter 33, Dallas |
Grand Prairie 20. Dallas Sunset
u- . I
Alamo Heights 36, San An'onio
Diamond Hill 3B, Decatur 7.
Mount Vernon 19, Atlanta 7.
Van 51, Chapel Hill 6.
Hamlin 20, Roscoe 7.
Robert Lee 10, Divide 6.
Saturday night, the Pittsburgh | and passer for the Eagles last
Steelers play host to Cleveland week while Seale was his favorite
while the Philadelphia Eagles en- j pass receiver for the Eagles last
tertain the New York Giants. j week while Seale was his favorite
The 62nd meeting between the I pass receiver and a stout end on
Bears and Cardinals at Chicago j defense.
features the three-game Sunday j
afternoon schedule. In the other —— 0* I A 1^ n
ESfho" Snfat Dallas TWO Will St^dlCS AfB Kept
and the Washington Redskins tac- j
kle the Green Bay Packers at Mil- j
Tarheels Hit By
Attack Of Polio;
RALEIGH. N. C.. Oct. 3—UP—
E [ The North Carolina State College
| football team may wind up play-
| ing two games Saturday as a re-
j suit of an outbreak of polio at
' neighboring University of North
Four students, including fullback
I Harold iBulli Davidson, came
down with polio Thursday at North
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By DICK HARDWICK
United Press Sports Writer
Fort Worth Carter and Grand
Prairie kept unbeaten strings alive
Thursday night and gave two Dal-
las teams a rough night in the pro-
Carter, of 3-AAAA, trounced Dal-
las Forest 33 to G while Grand
Prairie, of 2-AAA, handed Class
AAAA Dallas Sunset a 20 to . 14
In the big surprise of Thursday
night, Pecos, of 8-AA, a little tovOii
with a lot of football team, edged
El Paso Bowie, of 2-AAAA, 27 to
26 in a high scoring thriller at El
Paso. It was Pecos' fourth straight
victory against 110 losses this sea-
son and their 27 points ran the sea-
Carolina, forcing the Tarheels to I son's total to 129 against 39 for the
cancel Saturday's game with Geor-
gia and next week's game with
North Carolina State.
An effort was made immediate-
ly to arrange a game between NC
State and Georgia at Athens Sat-
urday, to postpone State's sched-
uled game with Davidson the same
day, and to reschedule the latter
contest for next week.
But Dat'idson officials refused to
accept the change, and now State
is faced with a possible double-
header this weekend. If plans can
be completed, State will meet
Georgia at Athens Saturday after-
noon and then a portion of the
squad will fly back here for the
Davidson game that night.
Big Weekend Ahead
These three contests, combined
with a conference tilt in 7-AAA
which saw Alamo Heights down
San Antonio Lanier 36 to (i. were
premature contests launching an-
other big nigh school football week-
In other games Thursday night.
Diamond Hill rocked Decatur 39
to 7; South Oak Cliff tied Dallas
Adamson B 12 to 12; LaFeria beat
Brownsville St. Joseph's 41 to 0;
Mount Vernon whipped Atlanta, 19
to 7; Van downed Chapel Hill 51
to G; llamlin tripped Roscoe 20 to
7, and Troup beat Royse
The three straight winning streak
of Vanderbilt, of Class A, a semi-
finalist last year, was broken by
Victoria St. Joseph's 25 to 0.
Friday night's big Class AAAA
battle between two unbeaten state
powerhouses, Port Arthur and Cor-
pus Christi Ray at Corpus Christi,
spotlights an imposing card of
games in all classes throughout
Some top AAAA games find
Ysleta at Midland, Fort Worth Ar-
lington Heights at Highland Park,
Waco at San Antonio Bracken-
ridge and Dallas Wilson at San
AAA teams Play in AAAA
Friday night's schedule also
brings top teams of Class AAA
face-to-face with clubs of AAAA.
Breckenridge plays at Abilene,
Brownwood at Austin, Plainview at
Amarillo and Sherman at Wichita
Falls in a few.
In Class AA, highlight games
find Arlington at llillsboro, Ballin-
ger at Stamford, Monahans at
Brownfield, Silsbee at Huntsville
and Phillips at. Childress.
Memphis One Win
From Series lifts;
Beats Sports 9-t
MEMPHIS. Tenn., Oct. 3—UP—
The Shreveport Sports had their
backs to the wall Friday, as the
Dixie Series moved to Memphis
with the Memphis Chicks holding
a three games to two lead.
Memphis needs to win only one
i of the scheduled two final contests
I here in order to take the best-of-
I seven series.
Thursday night. Memphis blast-
ed 12 hits off two Shreveport
pitchers to win. 9 to 1, in Shreve-
The Chicks, champions of the
Southern Association, opened the
scoring with two runs in the second
inning off starter Fred Baczew-
single runs in the fifth, seventh
and eighth, the seventh-inning
marker coming on a home run by
shortstop Sammy Meeks.
Shreveport, the Texas League
playoff' winner, scored its only tal-
ly in the fourth on a Chick error.
It was the first loss in pss-etoa
son play for Baczcwski and the
fourth victory for Memphis hurler
Tommy Ilurd who went the dis-
tance allowing the Sports five scat-
Memphis 020 010 114—9 12 1
Shreveport . . . 000 100 000—1 5 1
Ilurd and Griffin; Baeewski,
Tremel f9> and Livingston.
and figures on the World Series:
Friday's Game—The thi r <1
game, at Yankee Stadiurh.
Series Standing — Dodgers 1,
Probable Pitchers — Dodgers:
Preacher Roe < 11-21. Yankees: Ed
Weather Prediction — Consider- ] lost only
able cloudiness, followed by clear- t pitching
Expected Attendance — (38,000.
Odds oil Series — Yankees favor-!
Odds on Friday's Game — Yan-
kees favored, 7-5.
Radio — Mutual Broadcasting |
Television — National Broadcast- j
Previous Scores — Dodgers 4, j
Yankees 2; Yankees 7, Dodgers 1. i
Remaining Games — Fourth and I fats wi
fifth games at Yankee Stadium, | bers at
fourth and Andy
and put Jackie
His intention was to present as
solid an array of right-hanArl
hitters as possible against the left
The Yankees won 40 games and
18 against left handed
during the American
League season while the Dodgers
beat left banders 19 times and lost,
only five to them.
Keniucky Weak As
Four lo Miss Game*
LEXINGTON!, Ky., Oct. 3—UP-
The University of Kentucky Wild-
leave lour varsity mem-
o home Friday when they
Saturday and Sunday; sixth and I enplane for a Saturday night inter-
seventh games 'if necessary I at j sectional football game with Tex-
Ebbets Field, Brooklyn, Monday I as at College Station,
and Tuesday. J Coach I'aul Bryant said after
Two game financial figures —' sending Kentucky through a light
Attendance 68,653. Total receipts : workout that he is leaving home
$415,410. Net receipts $346,124. | fullback Halph Paolone, freshrujin
Commissioner's share $51,918.
Players' share $176,523. Clubs' and
leagues' share $117,682.
I I'hilpot and safs
Willard. on doctors or-
NORWICH, N. D., Oct. 3—UP—
Maybe the Brooklyn Dodgers could
use Norman Bolstad on their pitch-
Bolstad, a farmer, killed a hawk
ity 26 j on the wing with one expert throw
[of a hammer Thursday.
Irish Fly to Game
SOUTH BEND, Inc., Oct. 3
—UP—Notre Dame departs by air
Friday for Saturday's game with
the University of Texas at Austin.
Coach Frank Leahy and a 38-man
traveling squad will board a plane
at the South Bend airport at 3
p.m. and are scheduled to arrive
in Austin at 8;30 p.m.
Robert Lee Wins
Over Divide 40-6
ROBERT LEE, Tex., Oct. 3 -
The Robert Lee Steers romped to
an easy District 5-B victory over
the Divide Trojans here Thursday
night winning 40-6 for their second
distritct win of the season.
The game was all Robert Lee's
as the Steers took charge early
and held the drivers seat all of the
Norman Roberts and Donnie
Duncan paced the Steer scoring
with two touchdowns each. Bobby
Roberts and Bill Ilavins got one
Duncan thrilled the crowd with
a 70-yard kiekoff for a score in
the second period. His other came
on a 50 yard scamped off tackle.
Norman Roberts went 44 and 15
yards lor his two scores.
Divide got only one scoring drive
started, that in the second period
when they moved 57 yards to pay-
dirt. Bob Whiteside went over
from the one-yard line to climax
Tom Fillion last year's leading
ground gainer lor Kentucky, will
also stay in Lexington, Bryant said.
Fillion was benched "indefinitely"
by the coach this week for his
play ainsl Mississippi last Satur-
TUNE - UP *
Radiator and Block
Sun Tune Up Equipment
We Turn Brake Drums—m
From Smallest Car To •
Inspection Station No. 16GG
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Baker, Allen. Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 235, Ed. 1 Friday, October 3, 1952, newspaper, October 3, 1952; Sweetwater, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth283943/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sweetwater/Nolan County City-County Library.