Kingsville Record (Kingsville, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 8, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 3, 1934 Page: 2 of 8
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THE KINGSVILLE RECORD
Oct. 3, 1934
By Tommy Simon*
Friday afternoon before a lance
crowd of hitch school football fol-
lowers. the slrontc Aransas Pass
eleven took the count of the Kings-
ville Hi Brahmas. 209. The Aran
sas Pass team showed plenty of
drive and power, and there wus
little doubt as to the best team on
the field. The visitors took a fly-
ing start early in the game when,
after the Brahmas had punted over
their goal, they began a 80 yard
drive down the field which termin-
ated in a touchdown. Four consecu-
tive first downs figured In this
goalward march. At the end of the
first quarter, the score stot>d 7-0.
A fumble which was recovered by
the Brahmas on the Aransas Pass
three yard line lost a down after a
long drive, and gave the visitors
the ball on downs. In the next play,
Duncan broke through to block the
Aransas Pass punt for a safety. At
the half, the score stood A. P. 7 —
A blocked punt again figured in
the scoring, when, in the third quar-
ter, Aransas Pass blocked a Brah-
mu punt and recovered on the 10 yd.
stripe. After two plays, the Tigers ,,any*8 local office. Just what O. A
Brahmas Play At
Laredo Friday Nite
By Tommy Simons
The Laredo Tigers will be the
first Class A competition for the
Kingsville Brahmas when the local
team goes to the Border City for
u game Friday night, Oct. 5. Barr's
men will leave Friday morning by
car and arrive there in time to play
that night Nothing definite is
known about the l^aredo team so
predictions are' not in line. It is
understood, though, that they have
a strong eleven that will be hard to
reckon with in the district race
The squad will he in good shape if
Koger Williams leg heals suffic-
iently, and regardless of the score
they should put up a whale of
scrap, judging from spirit shown
in practice this week.
A blow at the Bruhma prospects
came in the form of an eye injury
to Irwin Strong, scrappy guurd. He
will be out the remainder of the
The following week the Brahmas
will play Sinton here unless the
game is changed, so as not to con-
flict with the race meet to be in
MYSTERIOUS GOINGS ON
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pushed the pigskin over for their
second touchdown, this time front
the 2 yard line. The try for point
was good and the score stood 14-2
at the start of the final period.
With the ball on the Brahma 40
yard line, one of the flashy Tiger
backs threw a long pass which was
completed for a touchdown. It was
undoubtedly the most spectacular
play of the game. It ended their
scoring for the day, as they failed
to convert the try for extra point.
Ill this same quarter, Koger Wil-
liams, speedy and smart Brahma
quarterback, entered the game. Out
with a sore ankle the past week, he
pluyed long enough to be the out-
standing man on the field. Two of
his long sweeping end runs were
enough to place the Dull in position
for Fry to go over for the lone
Brahma touchdown of the day. Wil-
liam’s trusty left-foot dropkicked
the extra point. '
Though the team as a whole
played poorly, Williams, Calloway,
Duncan, and Fry were outstanding
for the locals. Cochran, at quarter,
played a neat game and showed up
The Brahmas punted four times
for 45, 25, 20, and 35 yards, an av-
erage of 37 yards. The Aransas
Pass team punted twice — one be-
ing good for 40 yards ami one being
Kingsville tried six passes and
completed just half of them. These
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John Murk Dixon
\ Gene McCormick
Karl “Hotch" Hutcheson 195
i Ox Ford
i Kills Prejean
j Raymond Welsman
J .1 B. Parr
4 Dorse Richards
| Bull Talbert
Haag, locul manager, is up to re-
mains a deep, dark secret, but a
show window has been cleared and
In it appears a curious looking ob-
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“thingamabob," described as “revo-
lutionary ; something new that will
benefit the whole family," will re-
main draped until Thursday, Octo-
ber 11, when It will be unveiled to
the public. Meanwhile, conjectures j
are running rife us to just what the
the “whatyoumuycallit” really is!
three netted 42 yards. They had no
passes Intercepted. Aransas Pass
tried 3 passes — 1 was Intercepted
by Cochran and the other two were
good for about 50 yards. One end-
ed in a touchdown.
The Brahma starting lineup:
right end. Damon Smith; right
guard, Bill Flato; Sammy Fugate,
center and co-captain; left guard,
Max Ounn; left tackle, Harold Dun-
can; left end, Buster Moore; quar-
terback, Cochran; right half, Roy
Hurt; left half, Leroy Fry, co-capt.;
fullback. J. B. Calloway.
Substitutes; Cauley, Wooldridge,
| Williams, Gough, Calazar, Mac
Williams, Gough, Salazar, Mac
Smith, MeRoberts, and Barton.
Score by quarters:
At. Phi 7 0 7 # M
Kingsville 10 2 0 7— 9
First downs by quarters:
Ar. Pass 4 2 4 0—10
Kingsville 2 12 5—10
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(Continued from page one)
though, for the Javellnas were
“Stumpo" Massey, diminutive end
who was carried from the field late
In the game with a had knee, and
Eugene McCormick, kingpin in the
A & I. forward wall, who was In
every play. Sometimes it seemed as
if he were in the Aggie backfleld
as much as Fowler, Randow, Cous-
er, or Reid. In the backfield, Bar-
nes’ kicking, McMUli&n'a and
Sheupback's tackling, and Ramey’s
and McNabb's running were spec-
tacular. Gene McCormick, Jimmie
McMiliian, and Earl Harbes play-
ed the entire game. Capt. Dixon
played only part of the game be-
cause of a broken nose sustained in
the N. T. A. C. game, but his per-
formance was stellar.
The game was played on a hot,
overcast field, and the last few min-
utes were played in a slow drizzle.
The field was fast though, and af-
forded good footing for the fast
hack field men.
Tlie Aggie rooting section began
the game giving peppy and vocifer-
ous yells, but at the final whistle,
they were all sighing and groaning
and generally bemoaning the whole
afternoon’s affray. Fine sports to
the finish, though, the Cadets rush-
ed to the field and carried every
Javelina off the field in a mighty
parade to the bus.
The game was generally labeled
as a "set-up’’ and “cinch” for the
Aggies, and the tie amounted prac-
tically to a victory, at least a moral
victory. No serious injuries were In-
curred iti the game, and the Hogs
should be in fine shape for their
tussle with the Ft. Crockett eleven
from Galveston next Saturday on
the College Field. Conspicuous at
the game were the four or five
faithful fans who followed the team
to College Station to have their
faith amply Justified. They never
let up for a minute in their cheer-
The starting lineup;
A. & I.
McCormick. 190 c
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Sheupback, Huston, Richards.
Weisniun. Prejenn, Talbert, Dixon,
Ford; A. & M.—Merka, Jordan,
Gregory, Stach, Thompson, M.
Crow. Maxwell, Connely, Couser,
Callahan, Kimbrough, Stages, God-
win, Haynes, and Walker.
Officials: Viner (Mo.), referee;
Dayvault. (Texas) umpire; Proctor,
(T. C. U.) headlinesman; Schwartz,
(Rice) field Judge.
Scores: A. A- I McNahh (touch-
down); Carson (try for point):
Ramey (touchdown); Ramey (try
point). A. A- M. — Fowler (touch-
down; N. Thompson (try for
point); Randow (touchdown); N.
Thompson (try for point).
Penalties: A. A 1.—7 for 65 yards.
A A M. 5 for forty-five yards.
First Downs: A. A I.—8. A. A M.
14 (3 direct results of penalties).
Punts; A. A I. — 7 times for 40
yds. A. A M.—6 times for 35 yds.
Passes: A. A I.—2 Incomplete.
A. A M 14 (6 Incomplete. 1 inter-
cepted. 7 complete) for 88 yds.
Timeouts: A. A I.--0; A. A M.,—
As the game began, a light show-1
or has Just stopped and the sky was !
overcast. Capt. Holden won the i
toss from acting-captain Fowler
and elected to receive. Clark kick-
ed off to Ramey on Hog 25 yd line;
was downed in tracks. Barnes fail-;
ed io gain at center. A. A M. pen-
alized 5 yd. offsides. Barnes got 4
at L. T. Ramey picked up 3 at cen-
ter for a 1st down. McNabb lost 4
as he was tackled by Reid. Ramey
gained 2 at R. T. Barnes got one
at L. E. A. A I. time out. Lupe
King hurt. Play resumed and Bar j
nes (ticked 45 yards to A. A M.’s
35 yard line. Massey smeared Cous-
er for no gain; Reid failed to gain
at R. T.; Couser lost 2 at L. E. A.
A M. penalized 15 yds., roughing,
putting ball on Aggie 6 yd. line.
Couser punted 32 yards to 38 yd.
line, where ball was killed. On the
first play, Johnny McNabb smash-
ed through center, cut hack and
sidestepped the Aggie backfield to
race 38 yds. to the goal line un-
touched. Carson's try for point was
good. Score; A. A I. 7 — A. A M. 0.
Barnes kicked off to Cummings
who returned from 35 to 44 yd. line.
Couser and Cummings failed to
gain a. yard in 4 tries and the hall
went over. Massey and McCormick
were doing the tackling. McMiliian
lost 3 on a fumble; Barnes picked
up 1 at R. E.; McNabb failed to
gain on a spin at the center; Bar-
nes punted out on A. A M. 34 yd.
line. Fowler, out in the open ut
end, was run down by Barnes for
no gain. Reid got 6 at R. E.; Mc-
Miliian dragged down Fowler af-
ter 6 yd. run. Time out, A. A I. j
Reid made 4 and a first down on j
A A M. 41 yd. line. Holden and |
McCormick threw Couser for 4 yd-
loss on a cut back. Rader intercept-
ed Randow’s pass on 35 yd. line, t
On the first down, Ramey got 3 at j
C. A. A I. penalized 15 yds. for i
roughing. Wfth the ball on the 25 1
yrl. line, two long passes, Barnes to
Dixon, were Incomplete by inches, j
Carson knocked out on play. Bar-1
ties got off a long punt to go out on I
A. A M. 42 yd. line. Harhes nailed |
Randow for no gain. A. A I. penal-
ized 5 yds. Randow lost 1 at L. E.
Couser made 7 before being tackled I
by McCormick, as the first quarter
Fowler skirted left end for 11
nnd a first down. A left-handed
pass, Fowler to Stages, put the hall
on 25 yd. line. On the next play,
Fowler crashed off R. G. for 25 yds.
and a touchdown. Nash Thompson
rushed lu and made good extra
point. Score A. A 1. 7 — A. A M. 7.
Thompson kicked off to Barnes
who returned the ball 20. Barnes
made one at L. E. A. A I. penal-
ized 15 yds., roughing. With hall
on 16 yd. line, Barnes kicked to
Randow on 45, returned 5 yds.
Harbes ran Randow down for 5 yd.
loss. Randow passed to 10 yds. Wil-
kins. who was hit hard by Jack
Sheupback, coming up fast. After
several line plays, the ball went
over to A. A I. on Aggie 35 yd. line.
McNabb failed to gain at C. Pass,
Barnes to McNabb good for 5 yds.
Barber broke through on the next
play and blocked Barnes punt. A. A ]
I. recovered on 28 yd. line. Barnes i
then got off a beautiful kick for 63 I
yards. Randow failed to return and i
ball was on Aggie 15 yd. line. On j
three plays, Randow made first I
down on 33 yd. line. Grandpa Greg- j
ory hurt and sent out for Aggies. |
Randow kicked 47 yds. to McNabb j
who returned 5. Ball on 25 yd. line. |
McNabb and Barnes failed to gain.!
and then Barnes got off a long high i
punt that Bailed to Aggie 18 yd. line.
It traveled 57 yds. Randow made 10
at R. FI and Couser lost 5 on the
next play. Harbes, Massey, and Mc-
Cormick were getting most of the
tackles In the line. With the ball on
the Aggie 20 yd. line, Randow
kicked 46 yds. to McNabb on Jave-
lina 34 yd. line. McNabb returned
5 yards. The half ended with the
tell in the IIIHl(lI.- Of the field In
possession of the Aggies.
Score: A. A I. 7, h. & M. 7.
Couser kicked off to Ramey on
the 22 yd. line. Ramey returned 7
yds. Shuepback lost 1 und Ramey
gained 4 at A. T. Barnes In at-
tempting to punt was rushed and
he ran the ball losing, 4 and putting
the ball on A. A 1. 28 yd. line. Bar-
nes kicked out to Javelina 43. Ag-
gies tried several plays, gaining 10
yds. on one pass, but the ball went
over on downs to the Hogs on their
own 25 yd. line. Barnes and Ramey
failed to gain, and Barnes then
kicked 33 yds. to Aggie 43 yd. line.
Couser picked up 4 and a pass,
Fowler to Wilkins for 16 yds. put
the ball on A. A I. 42 yd. line. Af-
ter four tries the ball went over.
A A I. failed to gain on three
downs and kicked out on Aggie 35-
yd. line. Penalties and a short pass,
Fowler to Couser, put the hall on
Javelina 40 yd. line. On the next
play, Lowell Ramey Intercepted a
left-handed pass from Fowler In-
tended for Stages, and behind spec-
tacular blocking ran 66 yards for
a touchdown. Richards paced him
along the sidelines and took care
of all opposition. On the try for
point, Ramey’s kick was blocked,
but both sides were offsides. On
the next try, his kick was perfect.
Score: A. A I. 14 — A. A M. 7.
Right after the kickoff, the Aggies
began a drive that was stopped by
A A 1. on the Aggie 20 yd. line. The
game seesawed back and forth
down the field with neither team
having the advantage.
The fourth quarter saw the Jave-
linas, led by Ramey and McNabb,
outplay the Aggies for the first 8
minutes. Pluy was held to line play
with nothing spectacular occurring.
With only four minutes to go und
the Aggies trailing 14-7, a light rain
began to fall. With the ball on the(
Javelina 20 yd. Hue, A. A 1. made
two first downs, but Barnes had to
kick to the Aggie 35 line, where
Randow returned 18 yds. Massey
was hurt aud carried off the field.
On a series of passes the Aggies
made 18 yds.; 20 yds. and a penal-
ty put the ball on the A. A I. 3 yd.
line. The passe* were from Couser
to Randow. With the hall on the 3
yd. line, Randow plunged across for
the score. Nash Thompson kicked
the extra point. Those spectators
who had not given up the game as
lost, were cheered to a frenzy. The
Javelinas were getting a sustained
drive under way when the game
ended a few minutes later.
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