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'„;c : . - -'___. 1' 143 76 itilEafir T 120 81 52 71 WAVE Ai E 93 :CC :,- E 95 84 SOL - 7 ! : .. 1 :' ii" 110 85 CARL Gous4- E 85 F.T Vbti hinogRebs . tz 105 ...------ „., C!..1 1 aci—EM; a J(..4.11:3 . -.. . f ',7 ri; ill'a : s r •,' " R7i.1.7 _, 7'; IL L. 143.0-14 d33404 prttyvter4ois . ( PAR6 n f C.A4d- -- p lAtif, ittas - . , . . 1960 A `:: :T CONSOLIDATED JUNIOR THIGH KITTENS NO, NAME POSITION _ �. %1 I::HT * 15 ' T 0 1 _� 1 16 'zaroon _L JAMS — B 39 16 "hita JACK ALI.TSON 30 17 P-TER FAGAN QA 115 22 rlaroon rIfft7WIsox 3 85 22 note :IT F STEVENSON 85 23 Maroon TV YOUNG B 85 23 `"hito TO PE! ON 119 * 24 H UBEl T HEARIIE LEB 137 * 33 f5ITO IPT St FA 174 34 !`croon `T'IKE Fr SARLUNG _ 97 34 ':hits? TOfl Y CRET ARIGHT 85, 35 Maroon JOHN PERRY 100 35 Mite ST VEN PRESCOTT 110 44 GLEN TALL .CE * 45 BOB u ONES PHA 1.14 46 RODINEY GREER 13 110 51 Maroon JOE '.' H ITE 0 95 51 7hite DUKE MILLER 105 52 '?aro on H 0V U D NELSON ' 52 ^%hite DAVID BRUM 140 * 53 •_. F ::D ''MRLEY C 140 * 61 JERRY DAVIS RG -LT 128 62 f aroog . DAVIT r! JRPIiY G 105 62 "bite FRANK SHEPPARD 145 63 ' ^aroor. HAROLD LUEDECKE G 160 63 ''hit° POLA; ;'D TELS0NN 130 64 ?croon 4.)Ip"I,i lS CI'1'_I E. 100 64 'Mite *OLIN RICE 1 * 65 DAVID PARSONS RG-F33 141 66 LARRY LIr;TON G 121 71 BILL ' + LLIAM T 137 * 72 EI.T. C SETT RT 139 * 73 •• °Iii- . LT -C 121 74 : _ RK R I EDEL 105 76 0: . Y :VEINECKE T U.4 76 t;Aroon DAVID `IA DDOX T 113 76 '':hiteTH0'1AS P0 T 120 8/. J07 P07':ELL E 118 * 8 2. T I:' : '° 0 I7RS E 105 83 Maroon CHARLES IBE T E 105 83 White Y'AC HOLCO:tiT3 135 84 PAUL FAGAN E 35 * 65 CPLRL GOUGHI E -C -E$ 110 86 PAT ATKINS E 105 * INDICATES ES STS R.TING TEAM COACH. EDSEL J =ONES Jr. Wins Consol Consolidated Lamar 'ties ConsolidMs 'uior J uni ®r �1 high swept to their third Jr. High g Consolidated h f - T hursda t b downing o the the La Wins ` 0-0 Team 0 - 0 35-8 m ar Junior wi High Bull pups, a c� 7 th and s traig 8th grade team from Lamar 27 -6. The A &M Consolidated Junior Lamar Junior High fought the I ' Hubert Hearne scored all 27 High Kittens and a Cameron! A &M Consolidated B team and a! so led points with a 45 Con iciat A &M Consolidated's undo- Junior High eleven braved the feated Junior High Kittens kept wet and cold on Tiger Field last I driving rain to a 0 -0 deadlock ( Yard punt return and runs of their perfect slate from tarnish night as the unbeaten Kittens here last night bringing their 47, 35 and 51 yards. Vernon record to 1 -1 -1. Young scored Lamar's TD. Con- and sacked the District 19 -AA mastered both the weather and Pushin the Consolidated Kit- so r ated o ens district com e championship all in one night's the Cameron club by a 30 -0 g P p - work by pasting the Rockdale count in an abbreviated contest. tens across the field the Bull- tition next Thursday ;vith Cam - Kittens 35 -8. As the clock was allowed to dogs drove to the six inch line eron. The game, which eliminated early in the first quarter but lit - Rockdale from championship run continuously, the Kittens, I erally bogged down in the mud. competition, was played to a and particularly 13ubert Hearne, I Late in the final period the also ran continuously and at Bulldo s a ain threatened but backdrop of the high school will against their District 19 -AA g g ' C onsolidated foe. The in was the fourth o rook ted a b o n f i r e homecoming for to- Rickey Owen intercepted u i night's tilt with Rockdale High. straight for the Maroon and 1 I side P the drive n- The considerably la Rock- ','ti'hite and their second white.- side the Consolidated 2f J unior Fi dale crew tallied first, recover_ aching. ing a Kitten bobble on the 35. i ate \%T118 David Legg carried the mail Iiear�re tallied three times ft Cdd from left half for the TD as �e vi Consolidated Kittens and addea 3 Q V To 6 Wayne Voskamp hit end John - n one two -point conversion to give J High Tops y__Hirt for the two points. him 20 points for the night. The • j jj�g j Bek- ,i~eones, running from right half, put the Kittens back into the ball game in the second per- speedy halfback took a handoff The undefeated A &M Consoli- from Walter Varvel in the first Madisonville i dated Junior High Kittens ran Perio an race 71 yards off wild Thursday night as Coach rod with a 46 yard reverse as tackle, running the two -point Edsel Jones' eleven bowled over fullback $o b e r t Shoemaker conversion. Three minutes later The A &M Consolidated Jun- the Hearne Eaglets 38 -6 on Tig- added the tying extra points. he burst around the same end for High "Little Tigers" rolled er Field. The Kittens grabbed a 16 -8 for 75 yard dash, as Robert by Madisonville's junior high Three Kittens shared the lime- halftime lead when quarter- Shoemaker failed on the extra 40 -30 last night on Tiger Field light as fullback R- -Shee- back Walter Va 1 hit left half points try. in a non - conference bout. maker, left half Hubert Hearne, H. erne for 27 yards 13n1, Jones gave the Kittens a j Consolidated won its' confer- and right half David P with 30 seconds to play in the 22 -0 halftime lead with a 11 I ence title last week with an im- each tallied two ouc downs to half. Shoemaker added the ex- yard skirt around right end with ! pressive victory over Rockdale give the Maroon and White a 3 -0 tra points. 41 seconds to go in the third Junior High. District 19 -AA count. After a scoreless third quarter period as David Parsons scooted Coach Edsel Jones had noth- Shoemaker took the first turn the Kittens overcame their for the extra po1rrtr -Then late ing but praise. this morning for at `the goal stripe plunging five stage fright and tallied three in the third period Hearne cli- the "Little Tigers" and stated ■ yards in the first quarter as times, each on a Rockdale mis -' maxed the scoring with a 30 that last night's victory was won Hearne booted the extra point take. The A &M club recovered Yard quick opener and Shoe- , with good teamwork. j for a 7 -0 lead. iP-acne tallied a fumble on the Rockdale 20 be- maker added the final two the next on a 44 yard scamper fore _Hearne went the final four Paints for a 30 -0 shellacking. ! and P--arsnns capped the first yards around end with five ; - half scoring with a two-yarder minutes to play. -- -- I for a 19 -0 halftime lead. Three minutes later Hearne 1 Navasota, A &M 1 � Hearne's righthalf Terry Ad- swiped a Voskamp aerial and 7 I kinson hit paydirt against the outdistanced all comers for a 65 Junior Highs subs with two minutes to play yard TD runback. The final b p I ending a 63 yard drive. score came with a minute left D eadlock 8 - 8 ' Shoemaker dashed 51 yards after a n o t h e r interception. after a Hearne punt with sec - Guard David Parsons switched A &M Consolidated junior high onds left to end the rout at 38 6. to fullback for one play and and Navasota junior high bat - promptly burst for 34 yards. tied to an 8 -8 deadlock at Tiger Hearne booted the extra point Field last night. for the final 35 -8 margin. Navasota went ahead on a 58 -yard run by Paul Grupa and a two -point conversion dash by Mike Mason. I With six seconds remaining in the third quarter, Zussella took it over from the four and Jay Pewther added two points to tie up the game. 4/1 A Boma, � EgAS VE He • ..? •• ..4) ;1 ri() t• p ci i t) g,:y),,t 1 --, I F.. i f / .w. .4) ie . I .).2 " iktc .1 m16.01„.,:)); e ria 111 14 r Aur the N Ah THE urodem Die el J'Er v). .14 r ,„ 44.4ps vs "a I , t* b k $ � • � V R . i �4 r' r �z y A1F sd� e �' a • ,� :: k rte : , r +y, 1 N+ l � ,„ R.3 .ir .. k k 4 1 cY<bX ,yy e . 5F''b 1 A &M Consolidated Junior High Yell Leaders Leading the cheers for the Consolidated Junior High Kit- tens this year are (L to R) Sharon Leager, Head Yell Lead- er; Diana Sutphen; Diane Ross and Susan Brown. • i .:.:.4::::,:ii::. ... i. .., . . .... ; ::„....„:,i, ,. .„ . . ,. ..,,, .. ,.:,..„.4 . ,:,. 4 a p , 4 S v.. , ... ...,.... f 4 5. : Ailli HOSTESS -CHEER LEADERS -. When the annual junior high school basketball tournament opened at Tiger gymnasium Friday, these cheer leaders from A &M Consolidated Junior High were on hand to yell for their team. Left to right are Yeager, Diane Ross, Mra, azet Brea and P g}s. (Eagle photo by Gene Dennisl. -� ..lzrzr j • •�. • • . t I - L .. .. J ! "Cii L L $ L `"" _.'• ► `....-_ V. -- C.C., rte: _ : a r Zr ,yam :, - s v -' . rzrzrar2-zrarj 43 ,56 C A" ' rgck412 *., Cr, t /i/p '-- -- 6 ,... 16 itie '\ 6 i / GIC U% ,,,s , ,_------r s g l i - • . AiUtts )--. 1 ,---- , AL , c Ciaw .- 4 ' 141--7 ` * tiaativ5 ',L77t--iro. ____1( ... ..,. Air Of At. ol UZZEz 1 -1 P 41Pree,t, - - IjULi /JUGS i .....„ r___________7" cc-tp,n) 430-4?-.0 ,....---- , 4-q---=-:. ,, / idD a 0 -___,Q 0 -/'''- 1,--tsL%-io- e,,, .. /ie.. - .,_ i 1 /... v eum8L o . ,, . 1 -__ _<