The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 25, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 20, 1972 Page: 7 of 44
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Wednesday, September 20, 1972
THE BELLAIRE TEXAN
by JERRY RIBN1CK
lenge in the West.
The Oilers? I’m picking them
last in the Central Division. Lack
of any running game will mean the
i Oilers may be easy pickings all
year and combined with a weak of-
fensive line means Houston will
’lhave its trouble.
playing for Denver two who play-
ed a big part in Houston’s lost
was running back Joe Dawkins,
who looked better than any run-
ner we’ve got, and center Bobby
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REPEAT INSUPER BOWL____
Well pro footDall has started
and it appears there is more in-
terest overall this season than in
the past. . .but not as much for
our own Houston Oilers.
I’m picking a repeat in the 1973
Super Bowl in L.A. . . .tagging
Dallas to face Miami once again
for all the marbles. Of course
the Cowboys may have the rough-
est to get past Washington and
then mow down a determined Min-
nesota Viking ream. But by then
I figure injured Roger Staubach
will be back to give Dallas add-
ed depth at quarterback.
Fran Tarkington may lake the
It all started back in 1929 when i
Chet Kennamon had a sick dog
left on his doorstep. He look the
little fellow in nursed him and
cared for him until he was well
again. Soon he was taking him on
long walks and started training
He would have him jump over
fences, up on fire plugs look in
windows, walk on walls, etc. un
til the neighbors made a joke out
of it and wondered what he was
One day Kate Price the actress
saw him in Palm Springs and said
“that dog ought to be in pictures.”
Shortly after that he thought he;
might try his luck and sure enough!
Nat Levine, president of Mascot}
Pictures, saw him and signed him1
up as a double for the original
Rin Tin Tin.
He worked there for several
months when Chet saw an ad in
the paper where RKO studies|
were casting for Sandy, the Lit-
tle Orphan Annie Dog. He went
down and won out over 50 other
dogs and got the part.
Then personal appearances all
over the U.S. and Canada includ-
ing the World’s Fair in both Chi-
cago and New York. A second Or-
phan Annie picture for Paramount
Studio with Ann Gillis, then Pearl
Harbor, he immediately signed
When the CO found out Kinna-
mon was a dog trainer he was
sent to North Carolina as Ma-
rine War Dog Instructor.
After the war he bought a dog
from Larry Trimble owner of
Strongheart. Since then he has
been breeding his own dogs for ■
his personal use specializing in
Thes white shepherds have
been in many television shows
such as Bat Masterson, Disney’s
Wonderful World of Color, Wild
Wild West and recently in O’-
Hara of the U.S. Treasury.
About three months ago Kin-
namon came to Houston with the
idea of promoting some pictures
and television shows. There seem
to be many ideal locations here
for that purpose and he has de-
cided to make this his home. The
dogs he now has are White Fang
and two double Blancho, and
Frosty. They are working dogs.
Since everyone seemed to be |
coming to Houston they thought
they would too.
Kinnamon has just started a
dog obedience class on Tuesday
nights at Westbury Square. All
interested may contact him
for information at 497-8325.
Vikings all the way. Also impro-
ved will be Atlanta and Los An-
In the American division look
for Pittsburgh to win the Central
Division with Denver a big chal-
TRADES HAUNT OILERS.....
A good example of former trad-
es haunting Houston was evident
as the Oilers lost to Denver last
week. Of the six ex-Oilers now
Three cadets from the Bayou
City Composite Squadron, Civil
Air Patrol, were promoted to
the rank of Cadet Lt. Colonel.
They were: Theresa Price of
4215 Swarthmore (West Univer-
sity); Paul Freeman of 6530 Van-
derbilt (West Universit''l; and Ira
B. Matlz of 9910 Balmforth
Bayou City Composite Squad-
ron meets each Monday evening
at the Bellaire United Methodist
Church located at Bellaire Blvd.
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McKinney, Don & Pettigrew, Terrilee. The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 25, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 20, 1972, newspaper, September 20, 1972; Bellaire, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth566565/m1/7/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.