The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 09, 1975, Image 9

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tears lose quarterback THE BATTALION Page 9 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1975 Baylor-20, Ole Miss-10 By DAVID WALKER Sports Writer WACO - Baylor running backs Cleveland Franklin and Pat McNeil, behind the blocking of that [good old Baylor line, combined for 275 yards Saturday night, leading Jthe Bears to a 20-10 victory over the Mississippi Rebels. Tlie victory was a costly one for the Bears though as they lost start ing defensive end Allen Stone for the year with a knee injury and quarterback Mark Jackson for an in definite period with a shoulder sep aration. Baylor team doctors first an- spent d has- mni S irocktt derail timet itarttk ilesdt an Vi le a de 1 teat .3 afts thek! tan® nd fa nearli I it n iv and ? hom augh,« i shw' ifwliid' 40 told van oh lert’d mroe ti •ekend nounced that Jackson’s collarbone was broken and that he would be out for the season but after another look at the X-Rays they decided that it was just dislocated and he would miss four to six weeks. The Bears played as though they had not lost anyone piling up 340 yards total offense to only 85 by the Rebels. The two teams played to a score less first quarter before the Bears scored two second quarter touchdowns. Franklin and McNeil each scored touchdowns in the second quarter. Franklin, who scored on a four-yard run, gained 140 yards on 18 carries. McNeil’s touchdown was a 13 yard blast. He had 135 yards on 17 tries. The other Baylor points came on field goals and extra points by Bubba Hicks. Hicks two extra points ran his string of consecutive PAT’s to 48. His field goals were from 48 yards, on the last play of the first half, and 34 yards with less than a minute to go in the game. Mississippi scored their touchdown in the second quarter after they covered a Baylor fumble deep in the Bears end of the field. The short drive was capped by a five yard run by quarterback George Plasketes. A Steve Lavinghouze field goal with six minutes left in the game brought the Rebs to within seven but the Bears took more than five minutes in their final drive that ended with Hicks’ field goal. Plasketes, who started and played most of the game at quarterback for the Rebels, was reminded after the game that the loss was to the defend ing Southwest Conference champ ions and his next foe this year’s favo rite to take the crown, Texas A&M. JW « m W ■ Paul Oliver uses his head in Saturday’s romp over SFA. Photo bx Stext* Coble Soccer team ousts Stephen F. Austin The Texas A&M soccer team opened up the 1975-76 season Saturday with a resounding 6-3 win over Stephen F. Austin. Led by Ben-Ali Habab s three go als, the Ags used a newly organized front line to pound the visitors. Forward Mehrdad Farrokhnia, halfback David Longoria and wingback Kait Mogatle also scored for the Ags. The Ags will be idle this weekend, but hope to be strong for the next game as coach Kurt Irgolic returns this week from Austria to take over the reins. Allen Academy is opening an additional section in each grade of the middle school (grades 6-8). Limited vacancies in other grades (K-12) If you are looking for a private school for your son or daughter to improve his or her academic achievement, write or call Director of Admissions The Allen Academy Box 953/ Bryan, Tx. 77801 (713) 823-0066 •*****- Aggie Cinema Presents DAI .OMAN PICTURES IMT.RNATIONAL jxescntb LAURENCE MICHAEL OLIVIER CAINE m.lOSI.UH L MANKIKWICZ Him of c Think of the perfect crime... c Then go one step further. PG- TWENTIETH CENTURY-FOX t>n the lorn Aw.vrd Winning Knmdvx.vy IVa Sat. Sept. 13 8 P.M. & 11 P.M. Rudder Theater $1.00 Adm. /tep Into the m/c circle Ben-Ali Hahab Photo bx Slexc Coble Battalion Classified Call 845-2611 Aggie Cinema presents Rosalind Russell in “Auntie Mame” *** 'k'k'Ajrkjt'k'k ★★★★★★★ ★★★★★★★★★★] ★★★★★★★ Sept. 10 ■frk'ki 8:00 p.m Rudder Center Theatre - tickets on sale Rudder Tower Box office /tep Into the m/c circle B “Man, if Baylor is just picked fourth in the SWC and Texas A&M is supposed to run away with it, well, I’m not looking forward to it, at all, Plasketes said. Baylor coach Grant Teaff was happy after the game but was mainly concerned with the injuries to Jackson and Stone. T ve said all along that the one player we couldn’t afford to lose was Mark Jackson, and now we’ve lost him, maybe I should keep my mouth shut, Teaff said. “They told me that Stone is out for the year with his knee. It’s really a tough break,” Teaff added. 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