The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 69, No. 257, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 29, 1957 Page: 2 of 6
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To See New Faces
giM®wes& Conference football fans will see plenty of
jjjftlir faces In Saturdays games as Injuries threaten to
Spt* several starters sidelined and others are ticketed for
SpBtenfl string duty.
5&S£ Biggest name that might possibly be missing is Texas’
Bmdren demoted to the second team Monday in
XSSsSZ®* of sophomore Bobby Lackey. Coach Darrell Boyal
**$8®d be made the move primari- ■ , , —.. —------- . i». .. .. -
:|2r:i» strengthen the defense, but quarterback Don Meredith and
Zjm&o praised Lackey’s fine of- halfbacks Charlie Jackson and
►jgjsgifve performance against ^ slaughter to the Southern
®33fe® Saturday. Methodist first team in an effort
SZa Fondren remains on the sec- t0 fin<j the right formula to com-
team it will mark the first quor stampeding Texas. Full-
-wjmo since he joined the varsity back Wayne Slankard. moved up
games ago that he has not j fmm the second team last week.
3fi« a starter. I was the only hackfield starter
"Jffrotaaig gtoakcwp— loft on the No. 1 unit.
——Coach Bill Meek promoted Mustang linemen promoted
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one MkMm during his seven-
year earear in the National Foot-
MS League. That, of course,
ess®® m a pass interception.
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Hare's An Opportunity To Save On Some
Ideal Christmas Presents
many's beet ato@» Man SchmeB-
ing, a win over Harris—who will
be looking *nr Ms 8S straight vic-
tim-mould advance Ms U. S. rat-
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STEAK KNIVES SETS 4
ant said none are definitely “in
or out of the Arkansas game" as
Tessas Christian stressed of-
fense, especially passing. Start-
ing guard John Gram was out
Team w B 8 pet. goto ®p
Cuero C 0 1 .829 164 53
Beeville 5 1 0 .833 218 26
Kingsville 5 1 1 .786 380 98
Pt. Lavaca 5 1 1 .786 25® 67
Robstown 3 1 1 .70® 81 65
Team w 9 8 pc®. pt® ep
Cuero 10® .300® 39 13
Kingsville 1 0 0 .3000 27 12
Beeville 0 1 0 .00® 13 39
Pt. Lavaca 0 1 « .00® 12 27
Robs town 0 0 0 .000 0 0
•Cuero 19 Beeville 13
•Kingsville 27 Pt. Lavaca 12
Robs town, bye
Games We Week
•Cuero at Pt. Lavaca
•Beeville at Robs town
For the Benefit of Record read-
ers and hunters w* present the
following daily sunset time after
which St is illegal to shoot moms-
Be Hare Soon!
Time Is Changad
Forms to save jobs
time and money ..
A CUero-Post Lavaca B team
scrimmage, scheduled here
Thursday, will be played in the
afternoon in cedar not to con-
flict with the «nU FTA Hallo-
ween carnival that night. Coach
Martin Hearn® said today.
Game time Is 4:30 in the lo-
cal stadium. There is no charge
for admission to the' scrimmage.
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The CUERO RECORD
—?—-an Get our estimates
"I SAY HE'S A HOUSEWIFE'S
BEST FRIEND!" \ V
Three-fifths of the children In
the United States have mothers
between 20 and 30 years old.
Players Seat Dawn
DETROIT. Oct. 29. -©-Min-
or League center Guyle Fielder,
picked up from Seattle, and rook-
ie left wing Bill McCreary were
sent back to the minors today by
the Detroit Red Wings. Fielder
was returned to Seattle and Mc-
Creary was sent to Hers hey. Pa.
Wajda itettto fa Five
BOSTON Oct. 29, — © —Hank
Wajda, ona of the top winning
jockeys m the New England cir-
cuit this year, tooted tome five
winners, four of them in a row.
Monday at Suffolk Downs. Waj-
da scored on Richard Jr. 87.80,
Hell Raysor $8.40, Noted §9.8®.
Bam a 85.00 and Chac Resett
"Hare's how O. Howia Hustles,'
Classified Ads has helped me-
By UNITED PRESS
NEW YORK - Tommy Tibbs.
132 1/4. Boston, outpointed
Frankie Ippolilo, 138, New York
PROVIDENCE. R. I. - Rudy
Sawyer. 151 3/4. New York
knocked out Joe Walcott. 191%,
Bridgeport. Conn., 2.
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NEW YORK. Oct. 29, - © -
The United Press college foot-
ball ratings with first-ploee
votes end won-kart records to
immediate right ef teem:
1. Oklahoma IT 94 SOI
2. Texas ASM I 84 296
3. lows 1 94 345
4. Aubum 4 94 227
9. Natre Dame 84 300
6. Michigan St. S 84 173
7. Dube 1144 130
8. Army 84 18
In futal economy
IS; 30 tie. DerttnetRb mi Vm-
pe Aris. State, 4 #Mb.
Others — Rice. 3; Penn State
and Stanford. 3 each; Pitts-
burgh amt Mi^fs ”“,ppt State, 1
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The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 69, No. 257, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 29, 1957, newspaper, October 29, 1957; Cuero, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth697504/m1/2/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.