The Westerner World (Lubbock, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, October 15, 1954 Page: 3 of 4
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Friday, October 15, 1954
THE WESTERNER WORLD
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Cowpokes Take On
In Borger Tonight
Borger’s Bulldogs take on the
Lubbock Westerners at 8 p. m.
today in Borger Stadium in the
second conference game for both
The Hub City crew, with two
wins and two losses this season,
is favored to win over the Bull-
dogs, who will be seeking their
second win in five tries.
Both teams have suffered one
loss in district play. Lubbock went
down before the high-flying Odes-
sa Broncs 19 to 7 last week, while
Borger lost to Abilene, 34 to 7.
Coach Pat Farris’s team has an
advantage over Borger in the num-
ber of returning lettermen and in
weight. The Westerners boast 17
veterans, while Borger has only
seven. Lubbock outweighs the
Borger boys both on the line and
in the backfield.
Westerners Drop First Conference Game
To Odessa Bronchos, 19-7, In Aerial Battle
Pin-point passing plus spectacu-
lar receivers led Odessa’s Bronch-
os to a 19 to 7 victory over the
Lubbock Westerners in Jones Sta-
dium Friday night.
" Broncho quarterback, Ed Styler,
was able to complete 13 out of
26 passes, not only because of his
skill, but also because his spirited
linemen were able to give him the
extra time needed to get off well-
Jim Berly, senior halfback who
was taken to the hospital during
the third quarter, is not expected
to appear in the next two games
because of a leg injury.
During the second half the West-
erners defense began to show signs
of weakening before the Odessa
onslaught. Dale DeHart scored for
the Bronchos in ten plays from the
second half kick-off. Berly’s in-
jury seemed to add to the let-
down, for the Westerner defense
again let a receiver slip through.
End Monte Reed caught a pass for
the second Broncho TD. White
scored the final Odessa tally late
in the fourth stanza.
Charles Clark played a “heads
up” defensive game and managed
to stop the Odessa charge in the
nick of time more than once.
Richard Cole showed fine spirit
along with Howard Tucker, who
replaced the injured Jimmy Hen-
As an example of the type of
spirit displayed on the Westerner
football team, Charles Clark, 165
lb. junior, has been chosen this
week’s Westerner of the Week.
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Guard Charles Clark (No. 48) halts one of the Odessa Broncho’s
offensive drives as he carries an intercepted pass ba\ck to the Lubbock
three-yard line. The pass from Odessa’s ace Quarterback Ed Tyler
(not pictured) to End Monte Reed (No. 88), was knocked down by a
Lubbock defender with Clark catching it before it fell to ground. Other
players pictured are Westerner Guard Roy Day (No. 87), Don Hogue
(No. 40), Jim Berly (No. 41), and Odessa’s Russell Rumbargh (No.
86). Odessa won the District 1-AAAA tilt, 19 to 7.
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By Steve Noble
Defeat is hard to accept, but it's
the good sport who takes it in his
stride. We’ll have to stay in there
plugging to have a successful sea-
Thursday night the Pioneers
were outscored by the Odessa “C”
squad at Chapman Field, 33 to 0.
The golf team lost all 12 of
its possible points to the powerful
Tech team in its first match Fri-
day afternoon. Amarillo’s Yanni-
gans shutout the Cowhands, 67 to
0, in the Saturday night tilt in
Amarillo. This leaves all three
teams with a victory for the sea-
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The Westerner World (Lubbock, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, October 15, 1954, newspaper, October 15, 1954; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth662350/m1/3/: accessed September 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lubbock High School.