THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION-MORNING PRESS, Sunday, Aug. 25, 1963 Coaches Stick With Champion Lawton Is Team To Beat In Boomer Race B.v HERB ,1ACOBS Staff Sports Writer I TSING their old formula of ^ sticking wlih a winner. Boomer Conference f o o t b a l l coaches have selected Lawlon as the loam to beat in the 1953 league race. C o a c h B o b Bodenhamer's Wolverine received nine vole."; in the balloiinc for lirst place. Ardmore was given seven points for a pre-season second place finish, and Norman and Duncan received four each. Voting was conducted on R 3-2-1 basis, and coaches did not vote for (heir own learn. In the past, being tabbed as the Boomer favorite was equivalent to picking the N'ew York Mets to win the National League pennant. Until last season. Boomer coaches had never selected a winner. But Lawlon finally broke that string of errors lasi year by. rolling through an undefeated league campaign. Bodenhamer's Wolverines went on to win their first official stale championship in history. Lawton is knee-deep in lettermen, with 24 back in the fold. But just two players, guard Bobby Foster and halfback Bobby Booth, were full-time starters last year. Foster, a 175-pounder, is expected to anchor the line this year and Booth is being counted on as the top running threat. Gene Cagle, a 173-pound senior quarterback, shared starling duty with \Ves Hamm last season and is Ihe lop candidate Tor signnl- calling honors. But Cagle is temporarily sidelined w i l h a loot injury and he may not be ready to go tull speed when Lawlon opens Sept. 13 at Elk City. Keith Lavender, a 167-pound linebacker, anr] Tom Fremin. a 150-pounder, saw heavy defensive duty last season. "We lost a good line," Bodenhamer says, "and we won't be nearly as big this year as we were last season. We will just have one boy lhal weighs more than 200 pounds. "Most of our boys will have lo play both ways again I h i s year. In Lhe line, we won't have much speed or quickness, but our backs will have more experience." Top candidates for starting po- silions are ends Ken McSwann (170) and Johnny Lampkins C166), tackles Ken Blackburn The Coaches' Poll .Arrlmnn) 'nrmnn _ Diincnii (230) and Fletcher Tilghman (18'l), guards Foster and Lavender and center Ashley Cagle (173). Rodney Uolloway (165) is ex- peded to join Booth, Fremin and : Gone Cagle in the backfield, Molloway and Lampkins are the only juniors Jn bhis tentative lineup. Avdnioi-p's hopes rifle on the showing of 22 reluming lellcr- men, m o s t l y juniors. Coach Tip Jacnbson is two-deep at every position. / "Our personnel is experionc- pd." Jacobson says, "but we. d i d n ' l heat anyone last year. We just have on? slarler back, fullback John H o f f m a n , and most of our s'.ai'tei-s will be juniors, Those, younger kids usually don't havo what it takes to win IP. the Boomer." The vilal q u a r l f i - l w c k i n g job will be in the hands of David SmH-h, a 155-pound junior. He is a good r u n n e r and his passing should improve as ihe season progresses, Jacobson said. Norman coach Gene CorroLlo has won two Boomer championships and finished second on Iwo other occasions, but he paints such a gloomy p i c t u r e Ihis year that Ihe coaches dropped his Tigers lo a tie for third in the balloting. "We look terrible." Corrotlo says. "We've only got one boy ( h a l f b a c k Que.r.Hn Remy) back, and we're in trouble. II lakes personnel lo win football games and wo just don't have any." Norman's offense will be buil! around Remy, who has Ihe d i f - f i c u l t job ol f i l l i n g the shoes of Gary King, the school's all-time rushing leader. Larry Berglan, a 150-pounder, will probably be the quarterback with Ken Banner at halfback with Remy, and Danny Behrman at fullback. Anchoring the line will be 170- pound lacklc Gary W i l l i a m s . 175-pound guard Gordon Will and lR5-pound lackle Barton Johnson. Duncan men'or Pele T i l l m a n says he may cancel the Demons' schedule. "Injuries have about slop- peri us." he says. "Our two-year slaiier at fullback, Johnny Green, had a knee operation in July and we don't know if he will help us or not. And our most promis- T ^HE high school football redistricting proposal has all the coaches talking. "It's really advantageous to us, and we think it's a good thing,""Lawton high mentor Bob Bodenhamer said. "When you have everybody involved in the playoffs, it's an ideal thing. "Every school should be in the playoffs if it is a member of the state high school athletic association, and plays other association schools," Bodenhamer reasoned. Since the Class AA playoffs were inaugurated in the 1940's, the Tulsa-dominated Oklahoma Seven has refused to go aJong with the idea, and thus an undisputed big school football champion has never really been crowned. Now. the Easterners say they'll accept f,he playoff;;, and possibly by the end of 1964, we'll have district winners bidding for the state Class AAA championship. Eagles Set For Opening Contact Work The pleasant sound of pads popping will echo at the Eisenhower training field Monday as Coach Jim Phillips' Eagles huslle through their first contact drills. Phillips will usher his young charges through two-a-day sessions nt 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. until j school starts Sept. 3. The Eagles I have been working without pads Â· since Aug. 15 in accordance with I th" Oklahoma. Secondary Schools Â· Activities Association nilins, b u t ' the rule goes out the window lo-; day and contact drills will begin. Phillips, beginning his second season with t+ie Eagles, ha* born pleased with his leam's showing in non-contacl workouts. "(ur boy* hRVÂ» ne'Â«niijll.*h'*d JiiÂ«t nhoul evoryililnj; they could without paiK" Phillip*' wld. "Thc^' nro In Klrly jrrÂ»od vllnp* now nnrt thr.y h n v p n ' i plrk n d up many bllMAr*. sft U'P won't tmvp to Â«.lo\v clown in M m hcftl." ThÂ» Eagle* will lacklf a lough I 10-ga/ne schedule in this, Iheir .w?c- v r i l h "'" Kl ! ond year of operation. ThÂ» old men ' I""" 1 " for I h l I of rhÂ» scpiad are juniors. T h I n j i creati"; a nice situation In ngard ! I to players lost through graduation, because sophomores don't usually ' ,. Hit Practice Eisenhower has loHemn'n at year, with a balanced line and a Hanker back. Rirk Bridcos. who earnod his .'Ptir? la.M \r-ar, is expected lo univr and beiler-lhan- , ana *' average passer. I Kis"nl He will be supported by a couple \ ' ( " lhn " Of course, in the past, the Boomer and Mid-State conference champions would collide, and the victor automatically won the state AA title. Last year. Lawton whipped Oklahoma City Douglass to register its first grid crown after three playoff failures. Bob thinks the proposed realignment Is a break for Lawton, from a schedule standpoint. "JN T ow, we won't have to po 200 or 300 miles to play a ballgame." the LHS mentor said, wincing at the thought of the Wolverines' journey to Hobbs, Is". M., this season. "We'll keep our rivalries with Norman and Duncan, j Â«' position. Phillips p ] wf | 0 at- and there's no reason why we can't have real intense riv- i t a - k TM' nf lh " u ' in *-T again thi.. alries with the other members of our district. Of course, this plan is far from finalized, and there may be some shuffling before it goes into effect." Lawton's other proposed district opponents are OC Northwest, Midwest City and U, S. Grant. "We've played Northwest and Midwest. CK.y and we would welcome the opportunity of them again," BodMihampr saM. It was Midwest City who wrecked Lawton's 1960 title bid with a 19-0 victory. Bodenhamer agreed there may be some scheduling conflicts under the proposal. "But any district game would have precedence. We had a return game scheduled this year with Putnam City for instance, but U. S. Grant joined the Mid-State, and Putnam had to drop us." Eisenhower coach Jim Phillips believes the Eagles will be assigned to a Class AA district when the redistricting goes into effect, but he doesn't believe the plan will be finalized in time for the 1964. season. "Too many team* have home-and-home contracts to fill," Phillips said. "I don't believe the plan can be put into operation before 1965." The Eagle boss estimates the school will have around 400-^50 in the top three grades this year, and already qualifies as a Class A school under the plan's enrollment standards. "We've been assigned to a Class B district on the basis of our attendance last year," Phillips said. "Of course, we're getting bigger all the time, and in another year we'll probably have around 750 students." Next year, of course, Eisenhower matures as a high school, since it will have its first senior class. The school's upperdassmen this year are juniors. The estimated figure of 750 students would put Eisenhower in the AA bracket under the plan and would make the school an excellent candidate to join the proposed district 1-AA. This district includes Altus, Ardmore, Chickasha, Del City, 0. C. Central and El Reno. What does Phillips think of the Eagles' chances against the likes of these opponents ? ing tackle, 210-pound Terry Whatley, has a broken wrist and may not play a down. "Even if these boys get back, I don't see much improvement. We don't have a lot of players, and we are weak in the line. Our backs are p l e n l i f u l , but they don't have any speed." Expected to direct the Demon atlack is Ray Mitchell, a ]?0-. pounder. Grcon will he the top r u n n i n g back, i.' he recovers from his operation. The line will be bin with starters Done Barnes. Jack Talia/er- ro, and fioyce Merchant back. Robert Bosley, a 2]5-pounder, '.vill pee plenty of action fit tackle. LHS Gridders Depart Today For Sill Camp Lawlon's defending state champion Wolverines will park their gear and move to For! Sill today for i heir annual week's encampment. Coach Bob Borirnh^mer will load up 73 players at S p.m. today for the .seven days of zrid traininj. The squad will drill twice a day and attend meerinss and view films the rest at the time. '. The Wolverines will hold their Â· first contact drills at Sill. The club ; has worked 10 days on condition- Â· ing, fundamentals and agility, but ' they eel down to brass racks a t 6:30 Monday morning. Time Schedule MSAO KACLK .nr.vinns. nÂ»nl roach Don Snlmon (Iff!) (Â«Â·Â»Â·Â« "hon-or J u n i o r hlch tmiilinll cnnrhlnc Â« ( n f r nÂ« (her prp- Â« h "' 1 'Â« ' lrsl wnv.n of JHS I v n l l . SHlmnn ii.Â«MnnlÂ«. from I p T I . HFP .Jero- Jpffr*Â»j. .frrry S M r k l n n d Wilson. Th* Ik*Â» j u n i o r * open workout* Monday. JoÂ» Bliek Â»n1 -Jerry ( S l n f ( Pholol fl^tn n,m.--Mnrnlnr Pni fl *-m.-- Fjnrl Prm-rtr*. X : I J a.m.-- H r r ^ k f j w l . TO j i . m . -- R r f H i p r**Nnr 1 |Â».m.-- f.nnrh. 2 p.m.--STDU) M^Hnr, 4 p.m.--An*rnivÂ»n Prnr Â« p.m.--Knri Prrrrtc--. * p.TTl. F*WH!,Rll Film*. 1 ! II ' l_l' L .Junior niqhs ' : J . Hit Practice ; Pits Monday They Go To Work Monday Ljwion Junior hi^h football ' teams co to u'ork Monday, and ; . . . . . . . . r yTM Â«Â» jumor Inch ; h} * '" f(r "*Â·Â· J -- aB ' M comprised the Five Starters Back For Aggies Camr-rrn skipper Lrroy Mont- i at Ih" Accie FiHdhousp. ' slanÂ«?rs on the 195! Junior Rose pomnry will welcome five reiura- R e t u r n i n g to t h n Cameron fold Bowl championship team, but ;hey ing sinners Mnnriav when Ihe A g - . are Jim Pooie of Ferriday. La.. ' w?re ineligible last season. Their . . . . gies hustle through'their first drills D.in Dicck of W.iukccan. III.. Butch return will help solidify the Aggie PTM" 1 " sln;n .j '"J"^'' . Â·LV...,.; -.F r-u;,,,,-- -r^r^rv,,. Q^u r/MiÂ»9.ri ,im 11 Â· ' nilve no lOca wflon ne w.y, able to go," Bodenhamcr sa.:rf. BodÂ»nhamer has been pleased with the non-contact results. "I hav'pn't heard any complaints yet, but I imagine I will hear some Monday." he said. "But the players are in good physical condition and I don't believe they will have much trouble adjusting to rhÂ» contact work." Tne Wolverines have nne injury prob-lem, Gene Cagle. whn is expected to be [he siartinz rpinriT- bark, injured a foot rwo weeks ago nnd he hasn'; bwn able to . Vordonc of Chicngo, Tommv Bell forward Monlsomno- *i" send his .squ/.d ; o! Oklahoma Ci.v Soulh^M and Pool( M and S M by 235. Dieck heavy defensive duty laM year and ' Hnt1 sophomores Schow was the sian'ing signal call-. "^ Â«*Â·Â»' v *^y club | fid , Don Salmon, tonner L a w 1. o n i gh hack, inkes over n'. er at Tomlinson junior high. : Along rhe line. Phillips plans lo i ; have Gene Taylor at quick end, : | Gary Mead at quick lackle, Mike ' McCracken at cnjick guard, Larry, Whwler ai center, Andy Humble | at strong guard, Ron Williams at 'Â· strong tackle and David Holland i m .strong end. All are lettermen. I school begins. ; M"l Robinson. Eru'in P.olcy and Prospects will hold t h e i r firsl ol- j Glen K u k l i c k will also be on hand. 7:30 p.m. tod;iy | Poole, Dicck and Forgione wen: 'bv ^15 - ui Bell, who emerged as rhe tnp probably won't be able to'do any Â«t Tomlinmn nnd Centra] respectively. I onlv one. Tnmmv i SO varsity Onlnvl, Inil Joining Bridges in the hwckficld will be halfback Jim Shaw, /nil- hack George Sellers and flanker back Jerry Oiurchwell. Shaw's top competition will come trom PJchard Dean, Â» 170-pound Tomlinson product. Howard Choate. a halfback last year, w i l l . a i Tomlinson. No fewer than 10 back up Sellers and Chuck Layior. j boys who lettered a ycnr ago have Â·will run behind Churchwpll. ; returned lo t h e fold. The Wolves Sellers was Ihe club's lop \ posted a respectable 5-3 record in ground-gainer last year and Taylor | J9G2. was Bridges' favorite passing tar-, "To'mlinson's returnees include got. Irred fnr ln.Â«t yrnr'n J u n i o r TlO4tmer rlinmpioiifc. W e n v e r rtnrtfH dcfeiiilvply nt t n r k l n nnri N U-Inc used xt ftillhnck IhU f u l l . Whiicloy has bi'ichter prospccls Problems (UOtThem) face Doug/ass Coach h.ird pressed to iop his 1JW2 pep- Caple shared mianerbackinj du- formanr.'e. The solid soph churned ties niih WPS Harr.m last year, .'or S.1 yards ar.d a fl.S average He scored M touchdowns and Is per carry in his freshman season, considered a dangerous runner. Hunt also had a his; year, sun-. more-than-adequate passer a n d n i n g for 25Â° yards and a 5.S ver: solid faker. while bo.ine used m a i n l y as a ' Ca^le and Bobby vrh. a two- comcr linebacker w.-'nh Bell. year starter, form (he nucleus o' Pflr Sharp, n rtnrtlric halt-. hack 1a \PRJ-. hÂ»s IxH'-n moved lo *snd lo jcivp. thp Eafrle* more fljiife^r depth. "He's noi re"l fftut, hut hÂ« In n jrood hlockcr Rnd he has rwxi hunds." Phillip* Â«Â»ld sxplnlnlnc the move. Hsenhower will rely on trickery "I think we will be ready for this league in another year or two," Phillips said optimistically. Of coarse, we should have natural rivalries with Altus and Chickasha, anyway." Although both Bodenhamer and Phillips were willing to talk about the redistricting plan, it was evident that they were primarily concerned with something else-how their respective squads will fare this fall. They'll start separating Lhe men from the boys today, when the pads go on for .the first time. And in just three short weeks, they'll be knocking heads for real. Eisenhower opens at home Sept. 13 against Frederick, while the Wolverines journey to Elk City, that same evening. Dowries Seeks Calderwood Bout For British Crown LONDON (UPI) -- Former middleweight champion Terry Downes h a s announced he would like to fight Chic CaJder- wood lor the British light-heavyweight title in early October. Downes, out of action since knocking out Jimmy Beecham of Miami. Fla:,'lnst March, also Indicated he might challenge Lasxlo Papp of Hungary or current mid- dlewcfeht champion Dick Tiger of Nigeria. Knighton To Get Another Chance CINCINNATI CAP) : -- The Qn- cinnati Royals, oi the .National Basketball Association will take a new. second look at ; George Knighton, who failed to' make the grade during the 1962-63 season. The three-time All-Border Conference star at- New Mexico State University JIBS signed nix second contract with '.the Royals. .He is a 5-footr7 22^-poundw who will vie for Â« berth at forward or center. this season. Tne trick plays helped the small Eagles register a 5-4-1 record last year. A pair o[ returning staners, Doug Rountree and Tommy Carr, have moved, Pjjunrree to Texas and Carr to Apache. Jim Terrell, another 1962 starter, has also departed, as ha* punting specialist Tom RaJey. ThÂ» Eagles open their sM.vn Sept. 13 against Frederick, Ike will compete in the rugged Class A Shortjrass conference. The Depth Chart QUICK KND -- xOnA TftVlnr. 1AO. Jr.; xLnrry SHVH;C, no. Jr.; Jamn Widion. 350. soph.; Sinn I^rwli.' UO. soph.; Tiny SÂ«pp, 345. soph. qCICK TACKI.'K-- xGa r - Mntd, 360, Jr.: TjJm Terrell 3RO, jiopn.; Duvld Craljf, 1711. J.-, : Al MeWllllnms. 350. noph. QUICK GllAitu- x Tomlinson's returnees ends Danny Sparlln, Bobby Caner Rnd Venron Bentley. lackle Wil- .]iam Slade. ;ruard Chuck Craybill, center Steve Barnes; and backs Larry Cocks. Gary Pitts. Bill Nichols and M'ike Montgomery, Sparlin will probably switch lo the backfield this year, Whiteley said. Montgomery is the No. 1 quarterback at present, and Eddie Akers. an eight-grader, is expected lo help out! Other top prospects arc tackles Jim Lawrence and Charles Boyd, guard Dale Watts and back Kenny i Lane. 1 Whiteley's aides, are. Bill Cofer, and Jerry Boucher, while Guy Hensley and Jim Southard will work with the B team. At Central. Ernest Sheppard haj See Junior High page 17 145. ^opli. ; xCtn- B4-lle ( 150, soph; AlÂ«n Robprls. tftS. sool\, ; Roeky SanU Boph. ; Sinn P.-y-k, 3fiS. soph. ' . 1W, . . , . . CKN'JTIK -- xl^in-v WheHer, 170. woph.': ' . Blli Ijuil*. 215, ,o'ph. Â· CR.-V Ootli-n, ISO, ph.: JÂ«* Ab!Â«. .200, Jr. STJtONn COARI) -- xAndy H u m W f , 370. Jr.; Slfvp Schd(-lM, 155, 'jr.; Lurry Ncul, 3Â«, Mpti. STKOHTB TAOKL't-V-Xtlon W(ll|.mÂ«. ISO. Jr.; Dninon Gnl*5. 165. soph.; Gcrflld Rfd Elk, 145, wPh.: Site's RiMld, 360, soph, ' W R O N G END-- xDavH Hollnni), HO. Jr.: ^.-PpLe .Sharp. 750, roph: Robby Vfr- i-r. 160. foph.: Keith Jcnr.lnp,, 145, oph: Bill Joyncr, 1-10. noph. QUARTIiRIIACK-- xKJck Brldiref. US, Jr.: xQiris Miajterson. ]25. soah.: Buddy Schov. 1 . 140. .WDh, ; Rod Haves, ]25, noph. . HAI-FBAOK-- XJIm Shaw, ]3S, Jr, : .Rk- hard Dean, 170, soph. ; Jlohert Swoop, 135. .oph.: Conrad Vo.s. 120. Jr.; .Rich- ATd Mnxb^rry, 130, soph. FUU.BACK-- xG . 5-ll!TÂ», 115, J r . : orton. , . CJionl?. 355. .ooh. ; RJchard Jr.; Rlj . . , noph. ; Rjiymond GnnTjUcs. 11.0. Jr. 140, -- xjorry . ll, 1W, Jr.: Lsylon, TJ5, noph.: teroy HJckl. 113. jr.; Ed GonzAjM, 110.' ioph. Itttmntn, "T*HK umranlrd problem of r?- plncinc I K Icttermnn confronts Douglass coach- William IJ'P today as h" w.ids his charges t h r o u g h their first con- tncl workouts, Included in Ihe list arc cii;hl regulars off the '962 unit that won nine o.' ten slants and scl a new slale scoring record, The only returning regulars Â«re quarterback Curl is Wilson, end Kenneth Wallace and guard Harold Miller, nil seniors. Gone arc end Warren Stevenson, tackles John Blunt and Pat Gay. guard Larry Jones, center Nelson Hcndricks, fullback Harvey Tisdale, halfback Lewis Lumpkins nnd slolback Robert Burris. Just 10 lettermon are back 1o Â·form the nucleus of the 1963 club, Halfback Isaac Monts. ccnlers Charles West and Charles Henry, fullbacks Freeman Dockery and David Hylton. tackle John Poe and end Miirmon Gray join Wil- sxn. Wallace and Miller as monogram winners. The biggest vacancy Is at tackle, where the Lions losl their See Douglass Page 17 The Depth Chart I.K.IT KXP -- Kcn.iflh Wnlinrc. r; feiMtv Will!Â«mÂ». Ill r; Mil Montgomery doesn't know who rhe LHS backfield. This pair else will be on hand Monday, hut worked the belly scries to porfec- he hopes to have more rhan the 'ion last season and thar play will 30 players who reported las: year, have a big role in rhe Wolverine plans this year. Tom (Shorryl Frernin. a solid ', and Rodney Holloway. jÂ»minm. no jr. ,.,.:,.-r T.,rKi.Â« _ i ..n,,h: J.,hn p^r, i-o j r; "Thorp's just no way of knowir.s ,H.M who will be here." Montv .wys. . w.-y,-- v,-.,.,, mnlactod hundred of -rl,. ue r '^ f coniacreo nunorra 01 boys in the southwest, but major . . Â·'-"'* rtl ' Dn . i.w collies are a f t e r them also and . M . . _ . " n ^. hoM , do ^ the :;rartl;1 ? hal '" An.trr- . u . p ...-J, v- |. lrl _. ;- _,,,.,, t h a n 3(1 DRck ' norths. They arc supported ' " ^ . r l Schow . 133-pound senior fo n r d Edd:e ri ' mon ' a L * POUBd ]ur - :KI wpn: Alfred cr^n. va Â« 3 h: winie : men. and we are playing a suicide Holloway L^ the only junior In ' S-mc "- ch,r:r, Â»... JM Jr: ; s^^u'*-" . t h e current starting Iwcicficld. Oinrt'. Mono-, in .r: Nnrtvn POIL., Â· Included on the Ae^ie agenda Up front, Eodenhamer has John ) "i.Tir? : ^A r n"!'- V ''cSlf?i'r, 1 'vl-iii" Ph ie)' ;lre Dodee Ci[ - v - Murra X' McCook Lampkins (160 and Ken McSwane soph; Rudolph Smiih. :H jr; fcrroi ' (Neb-), Trinidad, Taxarkana. Kij- (170) at ends, Ken Blackburn (230! r-nrk.,, jw so:h; Billy Dumfirii. m jjore. Pratt (Kaji.1. Xortheastcrr. and Fletcher THchman (IS-O Rt 'Â°mnirr Mn TACKT.7r'- 1 T ! ,nT L.w,on. I AiM. New Mexico Milirary Acad- tackles, Bobby Foster (ISO) and HÂ»rnld Horniy^ck. ITS onh: Cor- emy and Henderson County. Keith Lavender (ITnl at ' The Aggies have won 27 of last 30 starts under Montgomery's i leadership. Two o[ the teams that beat them. Trinidad and PCil^ore. are on Ihe slate this year. The third school, San Angeio, bis dropped football. Last season was a difficult one : -^VrT ^Sf Ashley Ogle H73) at center. Â£ osror wa^ an offensive starter See WOLVERINES Par;e 17 20? nopti: Stanley Nwbrry, I l."2 Nopn. ! H I C I I V K.vn -- Murtnou GrÂ«y. :.v Ir; ; Hnrold C.evclftrnt. ]3Â£ .Â«onh. ' QI,VFITI-:KH.\CK -- Vcrneit Princr :ui: jr; Tommy MnHiriry. 123 Â«oph: .Ume* ( .Inmlson. IV ]r; FtinJI Wyiul. 115 Jr: I Cunts Wilson, JfiS jr. HAI.I'HACli -- ItnAC MnnLi, ^*1 Jr: | Clwrle. John.ior,. 14,1 Jr: Archie HeiU. , _. - .,,,.,., _,,, ,,, nnn;u(1 Â«.j--nj- t: n i h r r ' !?J l "?^h- H ' l willli 3 *Joh'nMn 0n -:c' /0r Mont ?Â° m(;r y and his statf - T" 6 ! ki T ' rr ^ Â° nl '"- 3Â» -'r: j'tick'ttmlrt. The Depth Chart r.Vn-T KM _ John ZjimBldns. ;BO Jr: Ory Hunntrk. irj a r ; Bvron Jon^^. soph: Billy Fo^ur. HO woh: wllford Prince. IS Kph. SIX1TKACK -- CÂ»l Wnynp Shrtnnon, 1S4 Jflclcon, 147 Jr: sr: John RtchATd- sln. 131 Jr: LfjruÂ». Wllllmru. 131 Â«oph. FGU.BACK -- Fri^pmAn IM:krry. IR1 ,Â«r: DÂ«vtrt Hyllon, 1S5 Ir; Lrrny Wlt- llsm.v 1H Â«r; .llmmy Smllh, 1*) inph. Aggies were hit by a critical man-1 lsnt ^. power shortage aJter a controversial probation was slapped on by the Oklahoma Juco conference. Coaches Put Dobbs On The Spot Hurricanes Jagged As Repeat loop Champions IJiFT TACKLE -- Krn Bluckhum. ZXI 5 r; Jo,: Worlny. 19S ,-Â· QHV* DurB.-.rt, 1TD Jr: /vrUiur Psnon. lfn .Â«iph: Gforsr Alexander. 1ST) Jr; Mike Adnrej. ins _ _, , J r : Ellt KJiys, in .w D h: Ljirr KK.|ck. Cameron slut forced a i-2 rec-; iTn Â»r. c __ f._.._ -o -T Utrr GUAitn -- Kettli Lnvmttr. 175 Se? Uuneron Pase iT I , r . D , rk . 5 Ln ,N,. ITS ., r; HHT.T inw. Mnmlci. lÂ«l socli; DRdii Eblrn. ISO Jr: Dnvp U u n c n n . JWl Jr. CP^'Trllt -- Ashley Cturle, 173 sr: Dun Tlbbcll. 1?J Jr; CIÂ«JlÂ«im Ellis. '.75 sr; Tom I-rÂ«mm, IW xr: Roy TftllJ. l^fi soph; MIkr P.iU(,-hp-. 350 woh: W.-Ulncn I Jnckson, ISO sr. i RKIHT ni;.\Kl -- Bobln- Foster, im sr: Mlkr Brldcos. ITS sr: Blllch Hnopcr. 370 jr; Flcldlnc Cnclc.' 170 Jr: Ed Dr.- lonch. 160 jr; Jcrr- Dosscy. By BOB MAKING TULSA (AP)--Coach . G l e n n Dobbs starts Sept. 1 trying lo mold his 'University of Tulsa football squad into the championship team his rival coaches think IL-Is.. OUier coaches in the 'Tour-team Missouri Valley Conference mimed Tulsa 1.0 repeat as tillist this year, Dobbs .Is hnppy they did that Â·but he.'sees some: .weaknesses to overcome. He'll begin two-a-day w o r k o u t s ' a l l e r - n "picture day" Aug, 31. Mostly Tulsa needs linemen and linebackers.. Â· The Hurricane is. strong in the backfield and at end loaluring qunrlerback J e r r y ; more Don Case and junior college Rhome and a rollout style stnr-1 transfer Eddie Fletcher, Fletcher ring qunrterbnck Bill Van Burl;- j and Case are speedsters who will see spot action. Dobbs' leading tailbacks are Ken TUder and Charlie Phillips. loo. Dobbs hopes to .form two tennis --a hefty u n i t with bit;, hm'd-run- ninc backs to work (he drop-back pass and Winp-T nnd B smaller, quicker team with taster 1 backs usinff the run-pass rollout and variations. . As for :the .role of favorile, Bol) Rader, ot Eastern AÂ£M' at tail- , yo back; 153-pound Dick Beatlie, an . ]SO soph;. Jerry Martin. He lias a host ot other 'Ends, in- | the ends. Oklahoma University transfer, at fullback Â· and 'Gibbons, assumir.g an injured knee holds up, at wins- back. Simmons and Kaulold are eluding 'returnees Dan De Simone, Dan Kautol'd and Mark Maddox and transfer Mike Ellerts at'ri^ht end and returnees Jack Mars and Gary Porlerfield and transfer Dobbs said: "I like that. I didn't John Liljeda'nl at split end. say we're goinp; t o ' w i n the confer- ence--the.other coaches did," Tulsa's- flashiest returnee Is end John Simmons, who was the na- but weak on speed and experience I don's second leadinR 'pass catcher up front. . Tulsa fans .'should see plenty of; passing ever though Stu McBirr nie, last yeax'i top tosser, is cone. They'll aJpo/ gee- tvo different itylei o( oHenu--t pro-typ* garni last year. This year, Tulsa quarterbacks will have a flock of other talented . receivers. Â·; . - . ' , They , include Mika Gibbons; Dobbs is short of experienced interior linemen--he has only four --but hopes transfers and freshmen will come through to enable to put'together two separate lines. If he succeeds, he said, he plans to alternate, the .units and their' : separale offensive styles..' His ; No. 1 unit'will have Rhome, Kenny Boone and .JtH Jordan I a transfer Â· from Southern Metho- lrtm laÂ»t ysar'i team plui lopho-' dist, at quarterback; 191-pound With Van Burkleo, another Oklahoma transfer, on the rollout unit will be Phillips at tailback; Hank Dorsoh, the team's top r u n - j ner (or two years, at fullback and Jordan and Boone alternating at wingback. Mars and De Simone would be the ends. ' ' Tulsa led the nation in passing offense last year 'but Dobbs noted the Hurricane had as many running plays, as passing'... in 1962 games and "this is what I hope to continue, doing. Our trouble 'last 'year was that we. didn't make enough yards running I'hops to Improve that this year." maji. :SJ .ir: Illci; AhlschlaRrr, 1?0 Jr; Davlc Blni-kliurn, 1M sr: Rohert Blnck- buiii. Ifiu Â«oph: Ron HHmrion. 373 Jim Inland, . soph: Mnrk LotL Ifi3 soph; Mlko Ptumtrce, ISO soph. IclfiHT KM) -- Ken McSwxfle, 170 .sr: Dim Hn'mm. ]75 sr; DOUR COM. ISO sr; Unu'tvd Aidtolailc.. 150 sr; LAJTV FamuL I TO Jr: Rnndy Grtmn. JHO Jr; Gonlon Pn^nno. ]fi5 ,Â«onh; John Tim. UB!) Jr: Phillip Hrndrlx. 145 Jr: Tim Ol- lln, 1-10 soph; nichnrd HOKUO. 1.^ sr. sr: MArk Jllchnrdson. 1S3 sr; Ditfly TorhcrL US' Jr: alck Bnlrtrlde?. 1 . ]73 sopn: Sieve Orlr, 1-55 jr: John Kitchens. 145 soph; Richard Cross, lio sr. . H.M.l-ll.ACK -- RndnÂ»y HoJlo- wny. ]Â«5 Jr: Curl Schow. 3.13 ..r; Nick Slnrrortl. ISO sr: Jeff Lnur. 1J5 Ir: Tcr- r* Johnson. 345 soph; Dnvld Lflssnter, 150 suph: Johnny Gunton. 140 soph. nir.HT H.Â»r.i;n.\CX -- Tom Fromln, 350 j r ; Ertdle Hlntori. 375 Jr; Dnnny ww;e. : 170 Jr: Mike Chnpnifai. 155. Jr: Wa.vni! Darin, 165 f.r-. Steve WJlson. 34(7 Jr: .Tnmen Cralj;, 355 opli: Crl.i Mntt, 135 Jr. - Â· FUl.LH.-lCK -- Bobhy Booth, . 1(C sr: . Rick Wilson. Jr: W/illy . . . . V(in James, 170 soph; Jon Rom, 1G5 Jr; Onrl stclailhw. 1S5.. loph.
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