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ABILENE lil!-SAN ANGELO 26
When the Bobcats and Eagles niet in the last game of
the season, the fur flew and feathers fluttered. From the
stands the Eagles looked to be the ketter team by far,
because they were totaling twice as many yards as the
Bobcats and getting many more first-downs. San Angelo's
pass-completing and Abilene's fumbling made the differ-
ence in score.
After the first kick-off, the Cats were quick to make a
tiiuchdown, but the Eagles made one just as quickly when
t ey took advantage of a short punt and drove thirty-four
yards to even the score. Angelo made another counter
.ear the end of the half, and the Eagles proceeded to even
iings up again, but fumbled the ball on the Bobcats'
ieifnteen. That was the last chance to score in the first Y
Take it easy, the hard work is later
ln the second half the rock-wall line of the Eagles held their opponents to only seven yards running.
assing was the only method the Bobcats could use to make yardage, but they managed two touchdowns
nyway. Again and again, Abilene would drive deep into pay dirt country, but lost the ball before they
eached the goal. Lloyd King and Duane Hendley were a great pass-completing combination for Abilene,
nd with the help of Billy Murphey, the Eagles took a startling toll of enemy ground. They made one
touchdown by power alone, but wasted much scarce time when the over-anxious players charged off- side.
The game ended with the ball in San Angelo's possession and the Eagles striving to get it.
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The invincible Eagles do it again”