FRONT ROW: R. Johnson, D. Coleman, R. Bensing, J. Langston, G.
Mullins, 0. Ramariz, F. Terrell, A. Young, L. Taylor, D. Van Doren.
SECOND ROW: R. Plagens, J. Thornburg, T. Endsley, R. Beil, B.
Boyd, M. Clapham, G. Heflin, R. Mueller, E. Wright, C. Lopez, L.
Boze, B. Manahan. THIRD ROW: B. Sides (Line Coach), D. Dearing,
T. Heiskell, J. Johnson, J. Krampitz, C. Moore, A. Hensley, L. Mc-
Claugherty, D. Broussard, G. Lewis, R. Cade, B. Baldwin (Head Coach).
BACK ROW: C. Ford, J. Stayton, J. Camarillo, L. Rowden, J. Jones, D.
Dickey, F. Tanner, P. Payne, C. Hall, B. Sharp.
Powerful Offense, Strong Defense
Kittens Finish Season Undefeated!
Taking a cue from the Big Cats, the
Kittens rolled up an impressive 373
yards in total offense.
In the four games played, the Kittens showed a very smooth working
and powerful offense. The offensive
line continually opened huge holes
for the big tough backs. The fine team
effort was evidenced by the breaking
of six frosh records. In the passing
department, Gary Mullins completed
31 of 77 pass attempts. The old record
was set in 1966 by James Mayfield
with 53 attempts and 28 completions.
Mullins also threw for five touchdown
passes, a new record. Three TD passes
were caught by Elmo Wright, a split
end with talented feet and hands.
As a team the Kittens averaged 35.5
points per game, while rolling up 142
total points. Individually, Larry Rowden set two new records. He tallied
48 points on eight TD's, breaking the
old record, five TD's and 30 points,
held by Tom Hall, Claude King, and
Mike Spratt. Carlos Lopez's 16 extra
points also set a new standard for
future Kittens to shoot down.
1967 FRESHMAN RECORD
Wharton Junior College
Memphis State Frosh
North Texas State Frosh
Arlington State Frosh