The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 71, No. 210, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 5, 1965 Page: 2 of 10
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Gobble^ <Ppen 1965 Season At Yoakum Sept. 10
■ * Friday night the Cuero Gobi*;
lent are scheduled to play the
Yoakum Bulldogs in Yoakum to
kickoff the 1965 season. Six of
Hie other clubs in the league
also play their first regularly
scheduled game on that night.
Lockhart played I.tiling (non-
district i the third of this month
and Sam Houston plays South
San Antonio Thursday night in
.. The other clubs in the co0e
erue and their Friday games
are to he Beeville at Robs town.
Gonzales at Kdna, Izx-khart at
Austin Del Valle. New Braun-
fels hosts San Antonio Lee, San
Marcos plays Tivy at Kerrville.
Schertz-Cibolo goes to Pearsall
and Seguin goes to Austin Lan-
Only five lettermen reported
to Coach Bill LngJe tiius year.
They are Halfback Lang Smith. |
Fullback Sammy Meitzen. Back
B’ibba Williams. left end Dan-
ny Williams and Right guard
Cuero also mel Yoakum in the Bv I’ll 1 HOWERTON (81, fhe chief of police at Laredo
first game of the season iast \ thing dial. I've wondered I W4- was huriefl U,aI
year and defeated the Bulldogs j abom i« frm some dogs and
27-0 The two teams hate metis„me jieopie got by with the!
on the gridiron since 1914. with 1 things they do. I
Booster Club Meeting
Set For Monday Night
The first of a series of week- excellent opportunity to meet
ly Booster fob meetings will i the coaching staff again and
be held this Monday, Septem- lemti 'first hand what opportun-
ber 6. 19«5, >it 7:30 p.m. in'ities are being made available
tlx- Audio-Visual Room of the in our school system. A “Coacli
Cuero High School. ’of the Week” will be selected
This Iteing the first meeting I for the first game in Yoakum
ot the year, several items of on September 10. Plans for it,
business will be discussed. A ! as well as the first game in
! film of the scrimmage game Cuero against Edna the follow-
1 will he shown and narrated • by j ing week, will be made.
Coach Bill Engle and represen- The meeting will be informa-
, tfifives of his staff. ; tive, interesting, and not the
Such meetings will lie an least bit dull.
PICTCREI) ABOVE are the IMEi Cuero Gobbler Football Squad and the eoaeh-
ing staff. The Cobblers start the regular football season Friday • night In
4 oakum when they meet the Bulldogs in a non-district game. The players and
roaches are: TOP ROW • I-eft to right — Coach Bryant Clark. At Lynn Moore,
in l-ang Smith. .18 Gene Finney, 75 G nylon Neumann. 74 Rodney West, 78 Don-
nie Polzin, 88 Dannv Williams. 15 Mike Clark, 8‘2 Marion Pleasant, 44 David
Newman, l oach Bill Engle. -VD ROW - I-cft lo right — Coach George 8al-
eher. 38 Sammy Meitzen. 18 Larry Mathis, 85 Allen Harvey, 70 Bobby Fritz.
20 Pat Clarke, 88 Bob McPherson, 83 Bruce Smith. 30 Blake Dtuin, 50 Brick
Hodge, Coach Ralph Garrett. BOTTOM ROW ■ Left to right _ Coach Ham
Haggard, 81 Wayne Nolle, 86 Mlkr Kaeir. 65 Robert Mathis. 23 Bubtm Wli
Hams, 25 Ronny Bryant, 22 Wayman Roy, 88 John (.rtffin, 54 Billy Nauii. Coacli
a tot el of 15 games played. The T!w> ,ax pav0iS gat'ta meet
records show that Cuero has 24! peoplr and get to them mental-
victories, 21 defeats and four 1 jy.the dogs have to get to a
city Tuesday morning.
He was a former San Antonio
detective as well as a former
Texas Ranger member
Chief reason for my (xn-sonal
interest is that one of his sons,
Jim Gallagher, worked at one
I number of people thru friendli-, for a state department and
■. •. a- — -» I m si#.-, ♦ h rt 1 »• ta ns* CVs s ♦
• me the dogs You
nt of’ which I was in charge.
Am sorry about Mr. Gallagh-
er’s death and send regrets to
But. when' a citizen gets to be
'bee^\ unable to 1 81 years of age,«1ie should have but I 'ain't doing any good so
games resulted in ties
Cuero is again competing inl^s and make their way that-;”"” „ f deoartme-
District 14AAA while Yoakum is'way. member, or a oepartme
in District 23AA. The rivalry j , -, v
has always been intense between ! tn.’,
the two schools and a good!
crowd is anticipated
The Gobblers first'home gawp
wall be September 17 against i ^ tung I ve
the Edna Cowbovs who are also ■'ndr:‘stan<i why my . _
lr District 25AA‘. The first con-i in law- Fim National Barton, j thln”. imlud.ng tne Gr.m l.ca-
ference game for the 1965- ver-1T«* ln **r nevv Oievnc I per.
ston of the Green and White I!eT 1|, lvinS a si-zeab’e
will be played in Seguin Severn- 1 hf>l'k_ ,or t!* ***«'■ of her «»*
her 24 against the Matadors, i sPr n7
rite Gobblers won the i%4 bar-! is a thing she normally
tie bv a score of 23-22. The' first j b:n raa-vhe sh« ain't a,I>'
District game on home grounds! more if rJ,a! is the ,:ase’ } an1
will be with the New Braunfels sutwiornla1- m a( count of sh"
mowed me down three times at
ddmsnoes in a plain head-but-
ting contest. My 'disgust, was
obvious, bei ause ft is a little bit
bushy tailed fellow seemed to
talk tiie most, and that seems
to be the type of fellow who
gets the most done there days. <
Don't have to do much, don’t \
have to have much, and if you
can talk much, you don't need ;
much of the first two named
Made determined efforts to l
defeat the Crickets both Thurs-!
day and Friday mornings.
They won both games.
Don't have any way of know-
ing how tong the senes is for, ■
hO 7 b
mother-1 resolved to accept most any -
Must admit that .'.in Galla-
! ghrT was one of the better
■type fellows who worked tn a-
1 nicoms October 1 at 8 p.m.
Last year'* encounter with the
1 mcomi resulted in a 26-24 vic-
tory for the Gobblers
I.ONDON (UPD Keepers
at 1-nndon Zoo have found a fos-
ter mother for a lour-day-oid
tiger rejected by its mother.
The rub is being nursed by a
A rabbit, a squirrel
voiced in this skit:
The first three quarreled at
our homestead the. other' morn-
ing. I sat In judgement
When the fight was finished,
all went their separate ways,
and none seemed to he the wor-
Kansas City 4 California 1 Dsl
Kansas City at California. 2nd
Minnesota 6 Chicago 4, night
Detroit ltt -Washington nigh!
Baltimore 5 C!e\ eland 3. night
PAMPA. Tex. CPI A qua,- \cw yU|-k 9 Boston 0. night,
hod field of 160 entrants, many Sunday’* Game*
stopping off er, route to the Kansas City at California
National Amateur in Tulsa. Chicago at Minnesota
teed off today in a 72-hole 20th Cleveland at Baltimore
annual Top Texas Golf Tour-1Bos,on at New Wk
Friday '* Results
Dallas-FW 8, Austin 0
, Amarillo 2, Tulsa 1
Albuquerque- 7, El Paso 2
Sa I unlay Seliedii le
Dallas-FW at Ad-tin
Tulsa at Ainariiio
Albuuuerque at 1-.3 "Paso.
SCIIOOI-BOY GRID SCORES
By Culled Pres* International
Winters 3ti S.ui Angelo Lake
Brownwood 33 Slephenville 0
La (,range 13 Brenham 7
West Columbia 7 Sweeny 6
Belli illo 35 Clear Creek 6
Gaicsville 14 Marlin 6
Izickhart 41 Luling 0
Del Rio High 21 Hondo 6
Fredericksburg 33 Devine 14
Del Valle 32 Schulenburg 14
Georgetown 2(5 McGregor 16
Boling 26 Hallettsville 12
Hitchcock 6 Splendora 0
Ho'uslon King 8 Pearland 2
Edna 25 Columbus 0
Tidehavon 45 (la 1.ado 0
171 us ton Jesuit 7 Palacios 6
Throe Rivers 16 Kenedv 0
Charlotte 15 Poteet 6
; Randolph Field 12 Floresville f
Karnes City 7 George West 6
Poth 15 York town 0
! Boeme 12 Somerset 6
San Antonio Cole 42 San Antonio
St. Anthony 0
San Antonio East Central 19 San
Antonio I-a Salle 14
j Freer 7 Carrizo Springs 6
Jourdanton 20 Pearsall 13
Goliad 47 Yoakum 0
Aransas Pass 13 Refugio 6
Bishop 7 Sinton 6
Bastrop 44 Thrall 0
E'ast Bernard 8 Weimar 6
Schulenburg Bishop Forest 34
Shiner 22 Stockdale 0
Natalia 28 Dilley 14
Victoria St. Josephs 8 Houston
Houston St. Thomas 6 Beaumont
I v, know they better not
throw a left hander Monday.
Golfers Stop Off For
HOUSTON I't’I Slippery
.552, -Sid Banks, Houston Oiler fulls
-jtm back. Will an oiN'ration
next week t<, ii.;iair torn knee
cartilage and .s expected So be
'»*■ out. at least s;x weeks.
S4 HOI.TZ, DROPPED
Lsf. DETROIT T PD Veteran
center Bob Scholl/, wa dmpped
fioin tne Detroit Lions Friday
via the waiver list. Schott/. 28.
was , the Lions' third draft
choice ih. 196(1. "
disconcerting when ai lady can j
go the underground route on a, —.......... —...... — - - - , nev
FWtt felkr.v. j ^ for wear- *° ^ «* aP-; Tran- Miss champ «>orge j
j pear any need to call an ambu-, tj! -l uoM>n Ariz. h<,aded
Unless tJx» situation 'h.mges.; lance gioup. r
Eight IleMilts t
By I uited I’rc**. International
BERLIN G PD Ailx-rt West-
phal, 199-1 2. West Germany,
knocked out Ray Patterson.
lHl-1 2, New Ymk 5.
IT’S A FACT!
State Farm Mutual
AUTO POLICY HOLDERS
are now receiving
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CALL JOE HUGHES
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H*m* OFflcw BlMmiOBtoo, lllineii
■bangec. j lance
th-s person will not only he not an unbiased
writing sports comments, etc.,
but will not l>e writing in any
capacity for the Cuero Record,
=0 fondly called by me five
Quero quack in'times past.
1 ... f'or a pt116 14 takes time
J. .lidard Tawes of Maryland, effort and intelligence to put out
Dela- *-vf.n a country newspaper anti
They scheduled 18-hole rounds
king in consideration all that. - ... „ Sunrtay tiK.y wiU
was said. I gf^ta rule n favor '
of the squirrel. Couldn't under-;
stand a word said, but the
Gov'. Charles Terry of
ware and Maryland Motor Ve-
hicle* Commissioner John Jew -
•il were here Fmiay to help
dedicate a traffic safety post-
While the ceremony was in
progress, Tawes' limousine was
double parked. Jewell's blocked
a fire hydrant and Terry '* waf
in a no parking zone
it would be wrong to say that it
always made sense.
B>it, tliere is a peculiar thing
about small town Americans—
there is not otm- who , an't op-
jo 1 do
Regre-ted to see in a state
paper that David O. Gallagher.
wind tip with 36 holes
_______ Among Boute'.l'* expected r^).U1StjU^'l'
j main challengers were Jim Har- , Il“dc [lhl
NAMESAKE ; dy. whom Boute’.l defeated in I-oms
VAN NUN’S. Calif <1'PD tne Trans-Miss finals; John Uhicag"
Penni Crenna. vcife 6f television Fariquhar of Amarillo, a 19621 Houston
actor Richard Crenna, gave national amateur finalist: de-
N \TIO\AI, EEAt.l l
Migeles 77 39
74 60 ,
73 64 '
. 67 69
. 560 ,
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Gerald, Sam. The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 71, No. 210, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 5, 1965, newspaper, September 5, 1965; Cuero, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth699188/m1/2/: accessed August 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.