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Th.__ e MalakoffNews, ThurSday~j~yg~)981--7_ A THE By Benny Rogers outlooks, all the way from the pros to nation's top lineman, in receiving in each of the past three five month hiatus, the high schoolers. In assessing Richards, Dallas Coach seasons. football followers will This week let's review the Cowboys' Tom Landry rates him as a "very solid In four years with the Buckeyes, action on the grid scene 1981 draft and look at the top rookies offensive lineman, a very intelligent Donley caught 106 passes for 2,252 yar- the pros begin repor- that will report to training camp in tackle who will fit very well into our ds and 16 touchdowns. Donley averaged 'respective training camps, thousand Oaks, California, Sunday. At system. He'll start for us eventually, 21.2 yards per reception in his career :owboys and Miami press time none of the top five picks had possibly by his second year. He fits into and was over 20 yards per catch in each the pack, opening signed contracts, which they areour size mold and his mere size will add of his four seasons. I. The remainder of required to do before they can report, something to our line." Glen Titensor (6-4, 250 lb., DE, report later in the week. Cowboys personnel director Gil Brandt Richards served as offensive co-Brigham Young) After spending two lack of football action, in a press release earlier in the week captain in 1980 and played in the 1981 years at UCLA backing up All- thecountry stated that he did not anticipate any Hula and Senior Bowls. Richards' un- American defensive tackly Manu whet the fans' appetite problems in reaching agreements with cle, Ernie McMillian, was an offensive Tuiasosopo, Titensor transferred to for the upcoming the unsigned first yearers. The 1981 tackle for the St. Louis Cardinals. Brigham Young and became a two-time 'ate the Cowboys Cowboy rookies: All-Western Athletic Conference choice a Super Bowl champion Howard Richards (6-5, 255 lb., T-G, Doug Donley (6-0, 180 lb., WR, Ohio at defensive end. finisher in the NFC Missouri) The consensus All-Big Eight St.) called "White Lightning" by his Coach Landry rates Titensor (Tight- publication forsees the and second team All-American started teammates because of his superior en-sir) as "a good athlete" and says, as a last place finisher 40 consecutive games at tackle at speed, Donley set the Ohio St. career "he's one of those players you judge on In the weeks to Missouri and was a finalist for the 1980 record for receiving yards and ability, traits like size and speed, and a look at the various Lombardi Award, which goes to the receiving touchdowns, leading the club you hope he will develop." Scott Pelluer (6-I, 213 lb., LB, ' Washington St.) A four-year starting outside linebacker, Pelluer capped his Washington St. career in 1980 by being named a defensive co-captain, leading the team in quarterback traps for the third straight year with a career-high t2, and intercepting two passes. He also participated in the East-West Shrine All Star game. ~/ Derrie Nelson (6-2, 217 lb., LB, Nebraska) Nelson joined Nebraska's football team in 1976 as a walk-on from a small high school and developed into one of the top defensive ends in school history. A three-year starter at the stand-up ~ end position, Nelson climaxed his .... ~i career last season by being named AIP Big Eight Defensive Player-of-theYear and first team All-Americcan by the Football Writers and Football News. He was named second team All-American by AP, UPI, NEA and College and Pro Football Weekley. He was also chosen to the All-Big Eight team his final two years and participated in the '81 Japan Bowl and Hula Bowl. The others: Danny Spradlin (6-1, 229 lb., LB, Tennessee), Vince Skillings (5- 11,176 lb. CB, Ohio St. ), Ron Fellows (5- 11,165 lb., CB, Missouri), Ken Miller (5- 11, 180 lb., CB, Eastern Michigan), Paul Piruowski (6-2, 219 lb., LB, Florida St.), Mike Wilson (6-3, 202 lb., WR, Washington St.), Pat Graham (6-3, 257 lb., DT, California), Tim Morrison (6-3, 258 lb., T-G, Georgia), and Nate Lundy (6-0, 169 lb., WR, Indiana). VISIT THE HALL Bored and frustrated by the current baseball strike? Looking for something to do on the weekend? Visit the newly opened Texas Sports Hall of Fame in Grand Prairie. It's well worth the trip. I had the pleasure of visiting The Hall over the past weekend and for this avid sports freak it was seventh heaven. The Hall has it all. Not only do you get to visit the past through movies, old radio broadcasts, etc., but there are elec- tronic computer games, hints from the pros through video tapes, four action theatres with spectacular clips from past great moments in Texas sports history, trophies and momentos. The Hall is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. -9 p.m. every day of the year except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day. To get to The Hall simply take 1.30 (the old Turnpike) and exit on Belt Line Road and follow the signs. Admission is for adults and $1.50 for children (ages four through 12). Take the time and visit The Hall. It will be a visit you'll not soon forget. i'// SLUGGERS - Pictured left to right, front row, is Stephanle Leopard, Terry Piper, Melissa Redden, Back row is Coach Sandra Bevel, Lana Harton, Sandy Shook, Robin Avant, Tonya Talley, Audry Davis, Coach Verna Shook. Not pictured is Dana Hughes, Kristi Creeeh, Lorraine Petty and scorekeeper Hilda y Stacy Dunacusky) By CHARLIE FREEMAN LIE FREEMAN The Blues battled with Cross Roads team took last week but were denied the four poin- Cross Roads last week ts necessary for the win. Cross Roads 17-1 victory. Cross carried home a 15-12 victory. )reviously defeated Running enthusiasts should start had a great gearing up for the 6.2 mile Trinity River :tory. Run to be held on August 15. and the All Stars The Trinidad Little League Tuesday in search Association is planning another Men's Mildred was Slow Pitch Softball Tournament for teams fell at the August. Details will follow as they become available. FOR THE CHILDREN in Trinidad Saturday Ight as the sposored the first annual Fireworks Display. To enter- hi show the Chamber also provided visitors a chance to dunk Ardoin who took their turn in the booth. Joel Sharp, ~n and Dick Sharp of Trinidad, made the hit with the shot plc- ',the booth is Jeff Dunacusky, far right, and Larry Don Estes, Joes. ( Staff Photo by Stacy Dunacusky) ,J items) NT STORE IALAKoFF GET NO GLORY - PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Larry Brown, a veteran' tackle for the Pittsburgh Steelers, says an offensive lineman in the NFL needs big muscles and a small ego. "Offensive linemen don't want glory," Brown said. "The only time one of us draws attention is when he holds, misses a block, or blows an assignment. It's a fact of football life that the better we do our job, the less anybody notices." S t on a Fri. and Sat. July 1 O & 11 217 So. Terry Malakoff ama~lla~mmmmmn~Rl~ I I I II IIIII II II ~ And the living is easy (Thanks to our Employees) at 711 Lucas Athens, Texas For more information Accommodations or Employment. ii 214 / 675-8538 National Living Centers Inc. I I III III I ANOTIIER LAFAYETTE CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. 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