The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 20, 1978, Image 12

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Page 12 THE BATTALION FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1978 Samson S E B R I N G H A I R M£Y, YVE GOT MT f CAM YOU MBKE A NOISE LUCE A COUGAR 9 Ml COACH ... AM I tOO AAT£ EOR THE HOUSTON GAME ? c A R 693-1772 Get acquainted with the Staff of Sampson and Delilah 1510 Holleman FJJfrdJ I HAQQI E-FREE WEEK I ^ Oct. 23-27 i * Monday, LANDLORD-TENANT LAW SEMINAR J « Oct. 23 ’ Presented by Gaines West, Students’ Legal Advisor £ { 5 _ 6 m Rudder Tower Fountain i J p ’ ’ “A must for all Off-Campus Students” J BUBBLE GUM BLOWING CONTEST Z Rudder Tower Fountain { Wednesday, Oct. 25 * NOON ■¥ j Thursday, Oct. 26 J 3-5 p.m. * 2 For More Information Call 845-1741 EL PAS' ituraliza rk on a i mesh I betweei the pur m makin ites. The INS llion bar month luable to nals Iron 'This fen ice that ' ROOMMATE SESSIONS Presented by Off-Campus Center Men 137 MSC Women 137A MSC SWC players rewriting record boo -o count] ■eboding, ivona, dir ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ BUILT TO BE THE BEST . . . DESTINED TO BE THE BIGGEST! 1700 Feet From The Villa Marla Exchange On Farm Rd. 2818 SATURDAY HAPPY HOUR 8-9 Ya’II Come! Runners, passers and receivers almost tore up the Southwest Con ference football record book last weekend. The chief assaults were turned in by Texas Tech running back James Hadnot, SMU’s let’s-play-catch combo of Mike Ford and Emanuel Tolbert, and TCU freshman kick re turner Phillip Epps. Hadnot, a converted tight end starting his fifth game in the backfield, and the fourth best rush ing game in the 64-year histroy of Career Opportunities Tickets now available for the wildest, roughest rodeo behind bars. TEXAS PRISON RODEO 5 Sundays in October at The Walls in Huntsville • Bull Riding • Saddle Bronc • Bareback Bronc • Mad Scramble • Wild Horse Race • “Hard Money” Bulls • Cowgirl Events Oct. 22: Tammy Wynette Rodeo Midway open at 8:30 a.m. Rodeo Performance at 2 p.m. Oct. 1: The Kendalls I Oct. 22: Tammy Wynette Oct. 8: Larry Gatlin I Oct. 29: Freddy Fender Oct 15: Tom T. Hall I * * * * ****** *** * * * * Mas^rgSgeTSi.rV^p 8 ' TOP TICKET TICKET (toll free): ...or at the gate. 1 “800“392-3794 TEXAS PRISON RODEO, BOX 99, HUNTSVILLE, TX. 77340 the Southwest Conference with 2689 yards gained in the first four games combined and vaulted him from eighth in SWC rushing last week to second this week at 101.6 yards per game. Ford completed 32 of 43 passes for 335 yards and four touchdowns, all the scoring passes to Toilbert, in the Mustangs’ wild 28-21 victory over Baylor. Those TD tosses tied conference marks for both the touchdown passes and touchdown receptions. Ford’s 32 completions also tie for fifth on the all-time single-game completion tables. Tolbert’s 13 receptions tie him for third in SWC history, behind the 15 caught by Jerry Lvias of SMU against Ohio State in 1968 and 14 shared by Tolbert (against Arkansas last year) and Rice’s David Houser (against Florida in 1976). Epps’ 100-yard kickofi reeturn against Rice was the 14th in SWC history to go the full distance. Last one to do it was another freshman, SMU’s Arthur Whittington in 1974. Hadnot joined some fast company in his big show. Only runners to top ■Juarez. De Bavo of750,f of app est ever” •xico’s pc We Me out issue ut there Hie hami J his one-game total of268yaii three All-Americas Roosevelt Leaks with 342 against SMU in 1973, Texas Bob Smith with 297 againstSI 1950, and Arkansas’ Dickeyl ocountrii with 271 in 1973. The efort, included four runs of 28 yards, also helped catapult! into second place in tandem: at 119.6 yards a game. Texas A&M’s Curtis Dido to 25 y'ards on 15 attemi Saturday', still retained hisli both rushing and tandem will yards and 172.6, respective!) Otherwise, Texas A&Mstil well statistically, holdingont ference leads in total offers yards a game), rushing! (339.6), total defense (194. passing defense (85). Arkans placed the Aggies as the rush a j, fense leader with a yieldofS a game to A&M’s 109.2. Ford’s big day saw SMU its passing offense lead to mo 100 yards over second-place The M us tangs are averagi yards passing a game- rt Exploring for Energy Find yourself . . . anywhere in the world with SSC. We need individuals with degrees in the physical sciences — E.E., M.E., E.E.T., M.E.T., engineering science, mathematics, physics, geology or geologic engineering — and a spirit of innovation and adventure. SSC is an important subsidiary of Raytheon Company, one of the world’s best known corporations. 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