The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 241, Ed. 1 Friday, November 14, 1958 Page: 2 of 6
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t THE cunto RECORD, maty, NPTcmber II, lMt
Underdog Gobblers Close
’58 Season In Kingsville
Bulky Brahmas Expected! /WhMiy Favored
To Score At WillTonight
A heavy and highly favored Kingsville high school
football team provides the opposition for the Cuero Gob-
blers tonight as the Gobblers make their final appear-
ance of the 1058 football season.
The game will be played Jn J ................ .............
Kingsville. Game time is 8 p.m.
Kingsville, sporting a 7-1 sea-
son record and a 2-0 District
15-AAA mark, is the heaviest
team Ctiero will play this year.
The Brahmas have a backfield
which averages 184 pounds and
a line which weighs in at an
average of 184 pounds.
Cuero’s backfield averages
154 pounds and the line 175.
Cuero enters the game with
a season record of two victories
and seven defeats.
Six of Coach Langdon Smith's
probable starters will be seeing
action with the Gobbler foot-
ball team for the last time of
their lives- they are seniors.
Seniors named as posible
starters were Homer Smith, cen-
ter; Dickie Barber, right guard;
Robert Birchum, right tackle;
Fred Hansen, left halfback;
Tommy Kennedy, fullback; and
James Raley, right halfback.
Other seniors who will see ac-
tion tonight are Sidney Ray.
end; Robert DeLeon, guard; and
Robbie Coppedge, tackle.
Smith's other starters will pro-
bably be Curtis Wild, left end;
Fain McDougal Jr., left tackle;
pet pts ope
.857 162 40
.750 122 130
.571 114 85
.571 144 79
.429 94 118
.375 109 115
.375 106 169
.250 120 136
pet pts epe
1.000 58 15
1.000 71 14
To Win Over Ray
In Garden Fighl
NEW YORK Nov. 14 -(UPI)
— Light heavyweight
ers Tony Anthony and Sonny
Ray risk their winning streaks
and their ratings tonight in a
fight at Madison Square Garden.
Their 10-rounder wlil be tele-
vised and broadcast nationally
by NBC at 10 p.m. e.s.t.
Top-ranked Anthony of New
MUCH OF Jess Naaly’s reputa-
tion at Rice has been built on
football upsets of startling dimen-
sion. Take a gander at the num-
erous occasions hit owls have
clipped favored Texas teams.
That 55-7 smach of Darrell Roy-
al’s Longhorns three week* ago
was no more implausible than
contend- * R,ce’s victory over the Na-
tion's No. 1 rated Texas Aggies
Why do Neely teams accomplish
such feats? Is it because he lulls
the conference to sleep by de-
liberately bringing his Owls along
slowly? He would probably .snort
at that reasoning.
It might be that for some
strange reason the Owls get less
Organized Ball Warned
About 3rd Major League
T«tl.l»wwd.H.l?.wt|M. ^ HouMon
his seventh straight victory and
to snap Chicago Ray's string at
nine bouts. The tall, slender New
than the Texas Aggies 90 miles
awsy. Perhaps their envy cranks
up a desire the wily Neely helps
Yorker is favored because of along strategically,
his punch and skill although he By avoidtng as much fanfare as
has a "china chin.'' possible. Jets keeps his lads rela-
Shorter, bull-shouldered Ray, tively unspoiled, hungry for re-
making his New York debut, is congniton that only combat brings.
At any rate, the Owls find them-
rated sixth among 175-pound
contenders by the Ring Maga-
zine and 10th by the National
Boxing Association. Anthony is
ranked number one by both.
SMU 35 Texas ARM 0
Texas 20 Baylor 15
Arkansas 60 Hardin-Simmons
TCU 36 Marquette 8
Army 14 Rice 7
Texas Tech 33 Arizona 6
This Week's Schedule
SATURDAY - TCU vs. Tex-
as at Fort Worth, Arkansas vs.
SMU at Fayetteville, Rice
NEW YORK ffcv. 14 - (UPIl
- Rep. Emanuel Celler D-N.Y.
warned organised baseball today
to accept e proposed third major
league as “fret and equal" but
baseball men stressed "orderly
expansion" at opposed to the
formation of an outlaw circuit
"Organised baseball must ac-
cept any new league or be
branded a monopoly under fed-
eral anti-trust laws," said Celler
after a New York City baseball
committee announced plans to
form a third major league "In-
side or outside" the current
structure of organized baseball.
"I applaud such action although
I expect teams like the New
York Yankees will attempt to
veto the plan.”
Baseball officials, from Com-
missioner Ford Frick to execu-
tives of teams mentioned in the
possible new league, however,
sought to head off a "war” such
as rocked baseball when the Fed-
eral League was formed in 1914
and plagued pro football when
the All America Conference was
created in opposition to the Na-
tional Football League in 1946.
The sensational proposal to
foon-e third major league-inside
or outside the current structure
Of organized baseball — was
made Thursday by William Shea,
cJWMaif Wf the New York City
Mayors*- -Baseball . Committee
which--ha* been working to ob-
tain a franchise since the Giants
and Dpggar* left town. Shea aaid
Houston. DaUas, Fort Worth, At-
lanta, Denver, Toronto, Miami,
Minneapolis - St. Paul, Detroit
and several West Coast cities
werd Intuited tn a third league
"provided New York is the lead-
taoos m a^ih ar *6
FOR TWENTY SIX WEEKS
P. D. Fullingim, Pastor
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
EVERY SUNDAY MORNING
K. C. F. H. — 8:30 To 8:45 - 1600 On Your Dial
No Booster (hib
TM 'Yegular Saturday morn-
ing meeting of the Gobbler
Booster “Club will not bo held,
PrtsidMlT Rudy Evers announc-
Evers said the club will now
remain inactive until spring.
Bump Elliot! May
Ray Sager, left guard: Errol Texas ARM at Houston,
Campbell or Ronnie Rusche,
right end; and Knute Dietze,
Smith said he is undecided
who will start at right halfback. Kingsville 7 1 0 226
It will be either Raley or Donie i Beeville H 2 1 203
Kasper. i Port Lavaca 4 4 0 130
The team left Cuero at 1:451 Cuero 2 7 0 116
p.m. for the Jonk trek to Kings-1 Robstovn 0 6 2 72
Tech vs. Tulsa at Tulsa.
wit nts onp
4 9'ERS DROP MUTUSAK
SAN FRANCISCO UPI-Marv i Port Lavaca
Mutusak, all-pro linebacker in \ Cuero
1957, Thursday to make room Robstown
for Jerry Tubbs, who was pick-
ed on w aivers from the Chicago
Cardinals. Tubbs, a former All-
America center from Oklahoma,
was the Cardinal's No. 1 draft
choice two years ago.
wit pts opp
ANN ARBOR. Mich. Nov. 14
—(UPI)— The University of
Michigan regents were expected
today to appoint Bump Elliott
Wolverine football coach to re-
place congenial Bennie Ooater-
But is was likely that the re-
gents would withhold announcing j ^ Merideth
its decision until after the sea-
Texas son - ending Ohio State game. Guesses for'the wee'k-ind: Texas
A recommendation that tlje
regents appoint Elliott to the
job held by Oosterbaan for 11
years was believed to have been
drafted Thursday night when the
U-M board in control of intercol-
legiate athletics met in special
selves in a strange predicament
Saturday afternoon when the Tex-
as Aggies come calling — They
This time the inconsistent Ag-
gies own all of the peychological
advantage. Jim Myers’ lads are
capable of beating Rice and with
a crazed desire such as the Owls
used on them a year ago, could do
some upsetting on their own.
The giddy Gulf Coast fan get
another thriller at Houston, with
TCU and Baylor to follow on auc-
Baylor enjoys the week-end off
while Texas attempts to derail T.
C. U. in a Fort Worth thriller and
U. heads into the
hills to battle Arkansas —
Aggies 21, Rice 20; Texas 20 T.
C. U. 14 and SMU 28, Arkansas
21— How about Navasota's B-
Squad name? The big boys are
Rattlers, so the reserves are
known as the Faugo Jack Ha-
thom, former Port Neches All
Stater, currently quarterbacks the
Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks.
Did you know that El Campo and
Wharton tangle annually in on of
UPI-Vir- the oldest and most bitter Texas
Urt Friday Results
Kingsville 14, Beeville 6
Cuero 48, Robstown 20
Next Friday Games
Cuero at Kingsville
Port Lavaca at Robstown
AKINS TOO TOUGH—
gil Aikins, the weltenveight Ichoolboy football rivalries? Smit-
champion in trainmg here for a ty Smith, El Campo Leader News
0, | *l0e ,ense against Don Jor- Sports Editor, dug up evidence
84 dan at Los Angeles, Dec. 5, lost the 6-6 tie early In the year re-
(his second sparring partner presented the 48th consecutive
Thursday when Willie Dill ion year the Ricebirds and Tigars
quit because Akins was “work- have met. Jimmy ffejl, playing
m* t0° hard” Last week center on the Texas frosh team,
Wilbert Robinson quit for the Was forced to take on a bigger
burden when Baytown a Bill Hard-
egree suffered a broken ankle in
the SMU victory. Die former
Lamar Consolidated tackle is con-
sidered a good prospect at UT.
Donnie Smith, Taylor's greatest
halfback since Dick Moegle, will
not follow the former All-America
to Rice. Hi* father Is an ex-T. C.
U. star. Kenedy's Bobby Goff, one
of A A M's wartime heroes, is one
of the state’s bright young coaches
at Port Lavaca. Bay City Quarter-
back Marvin Kristynek plays de-
fensive tackle in one of the state’s
unique switches. Coach Don Haley
likes his passing arm. His older
| brother. Richard, is a holdout
guard at Texas. Bowling, sweep-
ing the country, will get a new
$100,000 home at Angleton. Wen-
dell Swann. Lockhart football co-
ach, at one time attended Tyler
Junior College to play football un-
der Floyd Wagstaff. but returned
to North Texas to finish. Talk a-
about repetition. Two schools, us-
ing an unusual name are Bay City
and Mexia, both known as Black
One shouldn't try to do two
things at one time and this in-
j eludes women who put on slacks
and weight at the same time.
Sign on the back of a truck;
"Don't hug me — I'm going
Two hunters had been out in the
woods for several hours and one
of them had been growing uneasy.
Finally panic overcame him. "w’e’
re lost!” He cried to his eampan-
ion. "What on earth are we going
"Take It easy.” said his com-
! posed friend. "Shoot an extra
j deer and the game warden will be
here in a minute and a half."
A motorist was speeding along
the highway at 105 miles an hour.
When the state trooper finally
caught him, he stared blankly in
the face of the law. "Was 1 driv-
ing too fast?" he asked.
"Naw.” replied the officer, "you
were just flying too low.
When the third place Port
Lavaca Sandcrabs meet the
cellar-dwelling Robstown Cotton
Pickers tonight In Robstown the
Crabbies will be without the ser-
vice of Steve Koch, first string
halfback who is out for the sea-
son because of an eye injury.
Koch is a paeient in Nix Mos-
pital in San Antonio, where he is
to undergo surgery Monday on
a detached retina of his left eye.
The accident has impaired his
vision. It is believed the injury
occured during a game.
Koch is a senior.
Tonight’s game is not expected
to have any bearing on the dis-
trict championship, but does af-
ford the Cotton Pickers their
second to final chance to win
one game this season before dis-
trict play ends November 22. I
6off Hentrs Thursday
Adele tawlor of Cuero shot a
lbw grbss 8f 44 Thursday to win
tiftt njg]* honors in the Inter-
city Women’s Golf Tournament
at Rmftide Park In Victoria.
Low n«t went to Emily Moller
of Victoria on a 37. Lois Fite,
also of Victoria, won low putts
CARDS SIGN WATKINS—
CHICAGO UPI-Bobby Wat-
kins," fonn?r Ohio State Univer-
sity halfback released by the
Chicago Bears, hat signed a
contract with the crosstown ri-
val- Chicago Cardinals. To make
room to* -Watkins the Cardinals
asked waivers on linebacker
Jerry Tubbs, who was claimed
by the San Francisco 49’ers.
Fri., 5:35 p.m.
Sat., 5:34 p.m.
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NEW YORK UPI-Th* New
York Giants, who set a home at-
tendance record of 71,163 for
their game with the Baltimore
Colts last Sunday, said today
only a few obetructed-view and
lower box seats remain for their
Dec. 14 game with the Cleve-
RE-APPOINT O BRIEN
WICHITA, Kan. UPI-The Nat-
ional Baseball Congress an
nounced the re-appointment to-
day of the Rev. Richard P.
O’BRIEN, of Fairview, N.J., as
1966 district commissioner
" baseball. ^----
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