View a full description of this newspaper. The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this using optical character recognition software:. Meanwhile, the other district members were taking it on the chin. While Rockdale win was definitely considered an upset, the two 19AA clubs that have looked best early this year inn. The Eagles scored on a pass interception and later on a pitch- eut-pa-s play. The Yocmcn end Rockdale- Tigers are now tied for second place in tlie district standings, but the North Milam group holds a considerable edge pointwisc.
The break was what 1 he I Buffs needed, and, despite a I yard penalty, Giddings shoved across the winning touchdown.
Considering the Hornets were without the power running of fullback L. All summer long. Duck Darrell Mott played baseball with most of the Tigers on the Rockdale American Legion team Friday, Mott and the local boys will be eyeing each other with a different twist—from across the scrimmage line.
Against La Grange, Rockdale scouts reported he was in on al- most every tackle and he was credited with 16 unassisted tackles. The Tigers, able to use only 12 men except for about a dozen play. Johnny Richard.
Each Term Ailing Both team were without the; services of two mainstays Mai I lilt's big fullback Thoma flyer I was out with ,i leg injury and Rockdale senior guard. in' I in bed earlier in the week Rockdale kicked oil to Marlin! Yi zak returned the punt 10 yard to the Rockdale Ronnie Laurence's RAT kick at- om a was wide and the Tigers led O-b with 0 17 left in the first period Bulldogs Bounce Back Marlin took command mid-way m the ccond quarter when 1he Bulldogs ripiied oil 71 yards in 4 play s.
Plunge for Paydirt From there Ronnie Laurence rammed over right tackle for the score to end his Tigr-i mates ahead 12 7 with a 26 left in the third period, Yezak was brought down short on tin points-aftor run attempt. Ronnie Laurence's PAT boot again went wddc, but it mattered little toi the fired up Tigers as they held the Bulldogs on four plays after the kickoff and then ran out the clock. Fought Old Friends The Laurence brothers, former residents of Marlin, both turned in their finest performances of the ycai on both offense and defense. A move that placed Ronnie from linebacker to halfback and put Donnie at linebacker for the game bolstered the Tigers' broken-field tackling.
Bill Ostendorf and Donnie Simpson that broke the Tiger backs loose for extra yardage time-and-time again Playing outstanding defensive roles lor Rockdale were safety Donnie Simpson along with the L, unm e brothers, Yezak, Perry, Pat Curtis, Jimmy Killcn and Ostendorf F o u r he-up pass-defense plays h.
Lau- rence and safety Simpson also broke uj two crucial long aerials 1hat could have put the Bulldogs on the scoreboard. Richards carried 10 limes for 17 yards, bet- ter than 4 yards-per-curry. R Laurence can led 12 times foi 45 yards and 1. Laurence toted 10 times foi 17 yards.
Passing, D. Laurence completed 2 of H attempts for 47 yards and R, Laurence completed his only toss for 2 yards. Marlin quarterback Southard's only completion was to Colliei for the Outstanding in the line for the Bulldogs were Brazos Mason, Tnm- m.
Defensively, Lauderdale was the cog, operating from a linebacker slot. Marlin lost the hall twice on fumbles and 2 times on intercep- tions. H Kubiak The couch also said lie mav run end Do. Donnn Simp: on,and Leon Wenzel.
Tayior Speed is the key word in coach Mill Hold's Taylor Duck assault Both the offense and defense are neared around ,» big. Melt, 16 0, e ti d s.
Davis play the deep bark slots. The rniv arrival is Terry Stuart 'oi. Grandparents arc Mr. Tli vent In grade squ dandol I throughout tough Rockdale wa.
The young Tigers led at I one point Thing. B exti a two pi inis un lead Halfback Dost Rockdale rnnvim period by slar. Moment: later Menn rollerl o U tin lift and lniirrf ,i southpaw I ; trial to Kubiak who sprinted fori.
Marlin 14 aim run 6, Elgin 20 Huartiu Barr mri enter. Jimmy Arnold, William Stork, Ed- die l.
Gary HornbCek. The loss give's the Eagles a record for the season Coach Ed Swenson's Eagles will invade Tiger Field here tonight for a bout with Rock- dale's freshman-loaded R team. Gametime has been set at p.
Chilton set up shop ein its own 30 anei marched 70 yards to paydirt for an early lenel thal held through the opining quarter. In the second period.
Charlie Frank Morgan, an end converter! MP No. Gary, C. Bounds, F. How can Amicable reim- burse me for my major medical bills after my pre sent hospitalization is used? ICT- Ai m L. Show all s in this issue.
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