The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 19, 1965 Page: 5 of 12
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IIv Tom Murr.iv
"Back To The Old Order For
I .eon and Mean Ajjgii'
That interest•graijniin; annual,
"Texas Football," inihlKhcd by
Waco l)uve Cnmplipll to the dc
light of a state full of gridiron
schi/us, blared the A« headline
Do they mean, "Back to th«
Old Order” when Bear Bryant wmi
only one eonferenee chainpionslnii
in four years or tin bright
Homer Norton era when th**
Bruzos Army won three consei i.
tin* SWl’ lilies, n National Champ-
ioaship and played in three con-
secutive bowl g.Hues'1
Naturally, they were referring
to the Bryant regime, which
brought the school more genuine
headache than all the future Mag-
gies will concoct among those
sharpies of Boothill on the Brazos
And, fewer victories, yet, as we
Used to say in Schulelihurg,
Another slip of the Maroon pub-
licity brush came in Dave's Dan-
dy in the picture ot ",. , nine
maronn-jersied Aggies chasing a
lcose loothall." TK tells the story
of Baby Beat Stallings, the new
Aggie Coach, having a mural
madt at this conga-line like gt** p
of An,n.' chasing •* fumble wt-.i i
he alwuys vowisl to put on hi
paneled ofiiee wall when he got
Inference here w. s th. t Stall
ings is convinced this picture dc
piets what the Aggies want to re*
What they neglect is to Inform
readers that the mural behind tin
Aggie coach depicts not winning
but losing And. that is something
the Aggies are -iek of doing.
1 hat patrlculur picture shows
nine Aggies, including two All
American of Bryant pride, filghc
ing with two t'niversily of Texn:,
players-on one of I'T's weakesi
team> for me foothall. A* usual,
Tesla won the battle far the furn-
tilt* after a tough fight.
To be precise that hallowed Ag-
gie mural is a portion oi one of
Texas \&M s in. st humiliating de-
feats md certainly one ot Bear
Bryant's most embarrassing af-
Koi bedrag.led Texas, beaten
td o by TCI len days previously,
smashed the favored Aggies. *0 7,
that day at Kyle Field and allowed
the great John David Crow, Jack
Hardee, Charlie Krueger, Cent*
Stallings crew but one lonely first
down in 1*1 minutes of football
It was one of the SWC's great
upsets, cor mg only ten days nftci
Houston p.\, is grew ecstatic ovc
the Bryant crew scoring three
limes In the linal seconds to beat
one ol Jess Neely's worst Itice
elevens Th* year was 1865
Houston ijiiai terhuck n I t e i
Fondrcn led the I t uprising.
The situation ut Texas AtLM in
interesting, and Southwest ('differ-
ence fans should savor it for all
it is worth For Dene Stallings, a
bright young man, is on u very
He mi si out Bear Bry ant or he
will enjoy no happier departure
than I Timer Norton, Harry Stile-
tor. Bay George, Jim Myers or
Hammerin' Hank Folding g They
were, foremind, fired.
The Aggies want to dominate,
and that means defeating The Uni-
versity of Texas Darrell Itoyal,
Revo, Memorial Stadium, that
itlildirr Bands on Trotllnes
Trntltocrs usually tie lines
ashore to limber tree branches
that will give with the -bake ot
Orange Tower and all those other
unmentionables they have sulfered
for half a century.
Hu Great Walker of Water Bry-
ant has never been able to do it,
so that’s n good job they've
pitched on Junior
The fur shall fly . . .
a heavy fish.
In places whei e there ore an
branches to tie to, use large rut
tier bands cut trum old innei
tulies and tie to a stake driven
into the bank,
I'roteelbin I i r Itods
I Istic cement "painted" on the
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Klleneing the Bow
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You can silence your how .string
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Luecke, Frank M. The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 19, 1965, newspaper, August 19, 1965; Cameron, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth577804/m1/5/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.