“Page 2B-THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday, October 25, 1990
South Point At Burns
KM At North Gaston
East Gaston At Crest
Myers Park At Huss
R-S Central At Shelby
Holy Cross At Lafayette
Eastern Ky. At Tenn. Tech
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Duke At Ga. Tech.
Maryland At UNC
S. Carolina At NC State
Georgia At Kentucky
Utah St. At UNLV
Indiana At Michigan
LSU At Florida St.
East School PTO
Halloween Party / Fall Festival
Bullet Bob Heads For Some Sunshine
By LES SEE
Bullet Bob Hayes couldn't take the embarrassment
when Big D Austin tied him for second place last
week in the Pigskin Pickin' competition. The last time
lead. Hayes threw in several ringers that he thought
Big D had never heard of, but the Herald Pub got on
the phone with some of the area "bookies" and figured
out who's supposed to win.
Hayes was seen he was heading south on I-85 with a
Winn Dixie grocery bag over his head.
He called Monday from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., where
he's vacationing and talking with football experts in
the Sunshine State to see if they can figure a way for
him to make a run for the top pickin’ spot in the final
two weeks of the season.
"I want to select the games to be picked this week,"
Hayes said. "I'm going to stack the deck against
That was okay with the editor, who has a five-game far.
Ware, Rogers Share Herald Football Prize
Are you ready for this?
Fifteen contestants picked 15 of
19 winners in the Herald's football
contest last week and after going to
the tie-breaker to decide the win-
ner, it still ended in a tie.
Todd Ware and Roy Rogers,
both of Kings Mountain, predicted
41 points on the tie-breaker game
(Clemson 24, N.C. State 17) and
shared the $100 prize.
Other contestants who missed
just four games but lost out on the
tie-breaker were Danny McAbee
(42 points), Virginia Leach (43),
Jonie Blanton (43), Paul Godfrey
(38), Kitty Cobb (38), Foley Cobb
(35), Kim Franks (36), Ken Harrill
(34), Deborah Hayes (46), Johnny
Jones (47), Scott Batchler (34),
Steve Davidson (48), and Betty
Winners of last week's games
were Kings Mountain over Shelby,
Ashbrook over South
Mecklenburg, Bandys over West
Lincoln, Bunker Hill over
Bessemer City, Burns over R-S
Central, East Rutherford over
North Gaston, Cherryville over
Newton-Conover, Maiden over
Chase, Alabama over Tennessee,
Maryland over Duke, Auburn over
Florida State, Clemson over N.C.
State, Virginia over Wake Forest,
Notre Dame over Miami, Arizona
over Southern Cal, Penn State over
Boston College, Texas over
Arkansas, Washington over
Stanford and Illinois over
Howze Has Hole-In-One
Mitch Howze scored the third
hole-in-one of his golfing career
Tuesday at Kings Mountain
Howze used a pitching wedge to
ace the 117-yard, par three fifth
He was playing in a threesome
with Robert Scism and Jack
Heading into the final two weeks, the editor has a
85-33-2 mark after going 11-3-1 last week. Hayes and
Big D are tied at 80-38-2 after going 9-5-1 last week
and the guests are 73-45-2 after a 9-5-1 showing by
Steady Eddie Sparks of H&R Block fame.
This week's guest picker is Kings Mountain Schools
Asst. Supt. Ronnie Wilson, who's as good at picking
football games as he is school teachers. He expects to
have the best showing of any of our guest pickers thus
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The North Carolina-Georgia
Tech game ended in a tie and was
The ninth of 10 weekly contests
is inside today's Herald. Pick the
most winners and get your entry in
by 4 p.m. Friday and you will join
Ware and Rogers in the winner's
circle. Bring your entry by the
Herald office on East King Street
or mail it to Football Contest, P.O.
Box 769, Kings Mountain, 28086.
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