Sept 9 1967 Alumni Game

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Sept 9 1967 Alumni Game - Top C, ofE. Stars Return [Are Distance for Game...
Top C, ofE. Stars Return [Are Distance for Game Tonight Spin-red on by the memory of at Benuinglon; Willie Gaines, a last year's 26 to 23 victory, for- 195C graduate, Law ton, < Okla.; By the St. San Chicago Atlanta mer College of Emporia football Frank Strickler, 1965, Leaven- Los p i avcrs ¿m Tcxaf to Canada worth; John Rowland, 1966, Roo- Houston ~ * ... . ,. • i »-*.• i r«-_ *i._ M/VIÍT and Colorado to New York will sevelt High School; Dick Switz- y ^ on hand tonight for the sec- er, 1963, Sylvan Grove; Lewis ond annual eVarsit y. Alumni Dyche, Northwest State College, clash - Thc ^ ame is scheduled Marysville, Mo.; Clarence Howl?™,, fol> 7:3 ° P- 1 "- OI1 Schaffner Field, land, 1958 Lowther Junior High £ fa t t di Sch } Empori a; Bill Majors, ta ^for ui gaml Ts Fr^k ^Shawnee Missbn jimTW »nce lortnega me « , Ijeavenworth: Eldon is (Skip) DeVilling, a defensive this, 1961, Leavenworth; Eldon tackle on championship teams in 1962 and 1963, and who graduated graduated in 19G4. DeVilling now is Moore, 1964, Golden, Colo.; Charles Kayser. 1964, Lowther Junior High; Wendell Derritt, m. & salesman for Bay State In- 1966, Lowther Junior High; and of Pittsburgi1i an d lives Lloyd Elm. in St. Catherine's, Ontario, Can- In the salesman category are He expects to do quite a Eldon Cline, 1956, Lawrence, little playing with the Alumni Kan.; John Beeson, 1955, Allied squad, as he has been playing Chemical, Tulsa, Okla.; Lloyd ball in Canada, and Kufahl, 1963, Kansas City, Mo.; for has played in three games al- ready this fall. Another long-distance traveler Skip DeVilling; and Price Harén, with National Fidelity Life Insurance Company in Kansas Kansas City, Mo. j s L i oy d "Chief" Elm, who sas Citv - Mo - . . „,. , playe d fullback on the champí- Employes of Boeing «1 \\ich- . lla inclu ° e M1Ke aiaicup, ÍSKU, onship teams of 1954 and 1955. lta indu° e MiKe fc>tai< jje now is a teacher and coach Jerp y Baker, 1961; at Syracuse, N. Y. Rusty Addle- Heatnman, 1961; and Lyle Burk- U I, tJJ * «^W.3^, A 1 . ** *.«~*.,r IfifVl who ranks as the second- na ™-' 1Jtw - . in a leading ground gainer in the his- Other returning players, the tory of football at C. of E. as 1967 a fullback from 1956 through 1959, iust got out of the serv- ice, where he was with the U. is at S. Air Force at Anchorage, Alas- other ka, and will be on hand for this Mai me corps w no nas just it year's contest. His home is in turned from Vietnam; and where they are now, include Walt Myers, 1954, Nitrogen Div., Omaha, Neb.; Bill Settle, 1961, lawyer, Fredonia, Kan.; Tom Parsons, 1962, with the U. S. Buffalo the Oberlin. from quite a game are Bruce Upstill and L. the J. Corcoran, teammates on the with Charles Mowery, 1960, a farmer at June- tion City, Kan.; Ted Woodbury. 1964, a farmer from Leoti, Kan.; Rex Crane, 1966, with Safeway Store in Emporia; Dave London, 1961, loan management, Newton; New innings Los San St. St. undefeated championship teams ; ren 1953 ^ IBI ¿ íw u 3 "]üfr nf P F oien at Didde-Glaser in Emporia; action holds all of the u ot u,. onen- ^^ Elbert> 1960> Dlrec tor of exhi- sive records as well *? se\er- Adrnissions at c of E .; and Lions {" in the W.A.I.A., uves in '> riu.*- Jack Milchell 1958 De an of Stu- 21-7. burgh Pa., and quarterbacked dents at c . of E . Plum the Alumni to victory last year. ^ ^ been designated an in- He jorks for tj^Iellj* Na^n- ^ ^^ &t c rf E> Vaughn al Bank » PittsburgJ». Corcor ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ day touch- an who played halfback and as . _ «lAr^nnntA. 11 «rt.V^.i/ilr ttr" 1C n/tllT to be The a defensive linebacker, is now a computer instructor with the . National Aeronautical and Space showing of game Administration in Houston, Tex. Most Are Teachers A list of occupations of the re- players players of the 1953-1954-1955 teams, films from last year, an outdoor barbecue in the evening, and the game that night. A numlDer of players from the turning alumni shows that 16 are 1953.55 teams, which won three in the teaching profession, fol- straight Kansas Conference lowed by five who are salesmen championships and were unde- and four who are working with f ea ted all three years, are com- Boelng in Wichita. Other occupa- j ng t, ac k f or the reunion. Also tions include lawyers, farmers, returning for the activities is the pharmacists, and managers of nea cl coach at that time, Wayne various businesses. j. McConnell, who has been Those who are teaching in- head football coach at Fort elude Joe Ortiz, a 1960 graduate. Hays State College since 1956.

Clipped from The Emporia Gazette09 Sep 1967, SatPage 13

The Emporia Gazette (Emporia, Kansas)09 Sep 1967, SatPage 13
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