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E ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. JBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1973 PAGE 9 got start at the Saturday as players or great show for .'d by James rosby, and led with Holland Man- ) get action un- )ck. eTi- Crosby went for the first failed defense. On the Jets next possession, Randy Boyington went 44 yards for the final score of that game, receiving good blocking from the Jets' front four. After the first game, Jet Quarterback Scott Crosby, Cen- ter Bo Hattaway, Right Tackle Ken Williams, and other players went home, thinking they were to play only one game. It took a lot of re-grouping, but coaches finally came up with an offensive and defensive team who, behind the running of Carl- ton Palmer, won their second game against the Tigers 6-0. Palmer scored on a 26-yard run. Coaches gave a lot of credit to a fine line for the Jet victories. The only other team scoring in the Saturday night Jamboree was the Cowboys, coached by Joe Melton, Mike Mitchell, and Dwight Evans. The Cowboy's first game ended in a 0-0 tie with the Packers whose coaches are Hubbart Byrd and Paul Town- send. In the second game, the Cow- boys lassoed the Rams 20-0. Jeffrey Stone galloped for three TDs and Tracy Vaughan ran for one extra point, thus the ira- pressive win behind great blocking by the offensive line. Packer coaches named two outstanding players in their de- fensive battles - Jack Turner, center, replacing Andy Town- send, out due to illness and Joe Steele, playing a great game at defensive end, making 6 tackles and knocking down 2 passes. The Rams, though unsuccess- ful in their tilt with the Cow- boys were said to have played their hearts out by Coaches Kendall Maraman, Lamar Mit- chell and Jimmy Pelham. They really put up a fight against the Packers, tieing them 0-0. Regular season for the Pee- Wees starts Saturday night, October 6 at Matt hews Stadium. Two games have been sche- duled - Packers vs. Cowboys and Jets vs Tigers. Game time is 6:00 p.m. Come, bring the family and enjoy tasty re- freshments of hot dogs, cokes, cup cakes, etc. Next Tuesday night Rams and Cowboys play. Don't forget to be their rooting for your fa- vorite. SUPPORT YOUR PEE WEE FOOTBALL TEAMS I would like to take this means to express my appreciation to all of the people that have helped the Pee-Wee football program in Florala. This Pee-Wee foot- bali program is yours. Our goal is to have a truly successful program that will be i~|er every year. Our goal will depend in great measure on the individual support alld dedication of each of you, the men and women of Florala, Lockhart, and s~ area. I urge you to support the teams; get out and watch them play. You will be sur- prised at how well most of them play. I think the biggest surprise of all will be-when you realize how much enjoyment these games offer both players and spectators, See you at the games. James T. Davis President Pee-Wee Football League JETS Kneeling from left to right - Greg Hutcheson, Toby Me- Daniel, Carlton Boles, Scott Crosby, Herb Maraman, Clett Pel- ham, Kenny Maraman, Mike Caldwell, Mark Hinson, David Carroll. Standing left to right - Bryan Smith, Bo Hattaway, Terry Miller, manager, Ken Williams, Jeff Bates, Joey Jackson, Carlton Palmer, Roger Boyington, Archie McNeil, David Smith. Not pictured- Samuel Oates, and David Moody. Coaches, hack row (left to right) - James Peters, Larry Crosby, Lamar Jackson. - Kneeling from left to right - David Rollins, Robert Bryant, Paul Davis, Kirk Zessin, Paul Jackson, Tracey Vaughan, Danny Elmore. to right) - Mickey Melton, Jeff Stone, Larry Mann- Allison Stevens, Mark Franklin, David Reynolds. Joe Melton, Mike Mitchell. Dwight Evans, coach, Michael Vickers. PACKERS Kneeling from left to right are Joe Steele, Richard Howard, Tim Corbin, Steve Byrd, David Vickers, Don Hart, Eric Lawrence, Buford Lee, Grant Cassidy. Standing - Pat Willis, Terry Moseley, Andy Townsend, Charlie Chavis, Jack Turner, Joe Lindsey, Milton Owens, Tyron Collins, Garon Caldwell, Cleve Reese. Coaches - Hubbart Byrd and Paul Townsend. Not pictured ' Nell Hussey. X Kneeling from left to right- Jeff Bradley, Greg Wind- Davis, James Cobb, Bradley Jackson, Boo Wheeler, Ken Weichte, Da~d Poole, Jimmy Cawthon, AI Dale Bradley, Jeff McDaniel, Holley Loften, Shana L David Johnson, Richie Lawson, Bruce Maddox, Ray .hris Vaughan. - Jack Vaughan, Holland Manning. i t RAMS - Kneeling from left to right - Cecil Cook, Teddy Boles, Chris Pelham, Michael Hinson, Tim Phillips, Jamie Miller, Greg Patterson, Ricky Mitchell, Shane Davis, Johnny Jackson. Standing (left to right) - Roger Harrison, Randy Boyington, Newton Peters ;Matt Hinson, Eddie Pelham, Chuck Stevenson, Jerry Norris. Coaches - Jimmy Pelham, Lamar Mitchell, Kendall Maraman. .LL t