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THE LAWTON-CONSTITUTION, fuesdtiy/Aug'ujf 2?', 1963 M - C O L U M N i l l Truth Serum May Be Answer 'AYBE Boomer conference football coaches should be asked to take a truth serum before their annual appearances before loop sportswriters and sportscasters. Some of the acts are getting downright comical, but try as they may, none of the Boomer mentors can approach the routine of Norman skipper Gene Corrotto. During the recent gathering of Boomer coaches, scribes and radio-TV people here,. Corrotto once again emerged with the 'oscar' as the best ham among the coaches. , . . Since genial Gone and his massive line coach, Homer Simmons, took command at Norman, the Tigers have lashione'd a 44-6-3 record in live seasons, Norman has lost only two conference tests, both to Lawtori,.and tied once with Duncan. Annually, Coi-rotto moans that his prospects are anemic, weak-hearted and thinly deployed. He's had to struggle along with the likes ot Jay Wilkinson, Tommy Panncll and one-man gang Gary King at thc quarterback slot. This year, senior splinter Quintin Remy and Larry Berglari will slnrc the quarter-backing assignment, Corrotto admits. The_ pair will also be thc deep backs on Norman's highly-effective singiewing attack, he revealed. Corrotto fears (hat Remy vill bi- nurd-pressed to make It through the cnnipnign beeiuise the hnndsome Ind Is allergic to dusl and crass. But, under questioning, Gene admitted he remained healthy enough to be a two-way starter lor the Tigers last season, Remy's father. Bill, was a truly great back on some terrific N'or- man teams in the 1940s under Ihe late Skivey Davis and would have been a super college back had ho not suffered a broken leg against v\maril!o's Golden Sandies as a senior in J94-I. A'o Meafiiring Stick "T KEEP hearing that Quintin's father was a great ·I football player, a fact which I am aware of," Corrotto told the writers. "My father was a fine locomotive engineer for the Inept ' · B y -MICHAEL BARRON Associated Press Sports. Wi'llor A · stro'ric team ' and . a · weak | schedule^tliese are Mississippi's ! aces. i n . the hole lor anotlier .Undefeated season and a second straight Southeastern Conference football championship. Giving the Rebels a run for their money will- be Alabama, if the Crimson Tide, can come up with ' a replacement for lineman of the year Lee-P-dy Jordan, and Florida, if the Gators can stay healthy. Louisiana Slate's Chinese Bandits have been 'arrested by the NCAA rules change, ' a n d Georgia Tech has 'some big holes to plug in its interior line. Auburn has key players oh the injury list, and sin- By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer W ANTED: Man to join first-rate firm. Short hours. Good salary. Bonus October if successful. Only . .requirement.-- must have bat with base hits. Call coiled-, Walt Alston Los Angeles Dodgers.. HURRY. Baseball Roundup gers Bow Again batted ih and collectively the team is hitting a meek Washington. The Twins won 3-2 on consecutive seventh ji There's no doubt that's the Dodgers' big need. ft Jim OToole again emphasized the 1'acl Monday night, ? iiolding the National.League leaders to a mere live hits \f as liie Cincinnati Reds survived a hvo-men-on-Uie-sajne- £ · base situation nnd posted a 3-1 victory. ) It \ras. the Dodgers' fourth loss in the last five games, 5 and trimmed their lead to 5Y: games over second-place S St. Louis. Los Angeles now has managed to score only i four runs in the last 35 innings and collected just 36 ^ hits in five games. ^ The only Dodger regular hitting over .300 is Tommy ?! Davis, the defending batting champion who is stroking S away at a .323 dip. S No Dodger is among Lhe leaders in home runs or runs The Reds, meanwhile, puiled a page from the Dodgers'· book and wound up with two men on second base in the sixth inning alter Vada Pinson singled and Frank Robinson walked. Pinson was picked off, and in t h e rundown, .both runnel's stood staring at each other on second. Robinson was ruled out. Biit wild lhe Dollars so weak at (lie phite, the b:ise-niimlnjr blunder did not affect (Me outcome. The Cardinals, meariwhile, took the runner-up spot by beating San Francisco 6-3, dropping the Gianls to third, 6 back, and preventing Juan Maricha! from posting his 2Qlh victory. Milwaukee whipped Houston 11-7 in ihe only other game scheduled. In the only American League action, second-place Minnesota remained 11!£ games behind the New York Yankees by splitting a twi-nighl doubleheader with inning homers by Harmon Killebrew and Bob Allison before the Senators look the nightcap 7-3 as Dick Phil- ;' lips drove in (our runs. : O'Toole, 16-11, had'lost eight of his last 10 decisions, ; but got the only runs he needed when Gordy Colemaji tagged Don Drysdale, 16-15. for a two-run homer in the fourth inning. The Dodgers scored Li the bottom hall on a double by Willie Davis and a single by Tommy Davis, but that was it. The Reds' finafrun crossed in the eighth when Tommy Harper raced home from first base on a single by Pinson. The Cardinals won with a three-run ninth inning uprising against Marichal," 19-7. A walk to Carl Sawatski and singles by Curt Flood and Dick Groat scored the tie-breaking run. The Giants had moved into a tie in the eighth on Felipe Alou's run-producing single alter George Altrr.an's two-run homer in the top ol the inning put St. Louis ahead 3-2. See BASEBALL, Page 15 ·^ J 5v-£v.^*5i gle wing king Tennessee plans to experiment with a muHiple offense. Kentucky will have to rely on - sophomores. Georgia, Mississippi. State, Van- derbili and Tulane all' face bone- crushing schedules, and will be hard-pressed lo improve' on last season's records. None had a winning season, Ole Hiss will have a good team "if we can' gel our passing game lo clock, says Conch John Vaught. The Rebels, who racked up their first undefeated season last year, also will have to fight complacency. Dunn Av:iil:lhlc Perry Lee Dunn, touted as the _ ______ ______ ....... __ . best sophomore quarterback in the su-appod around his neck, taking Koufax Has Big Trouble With Photo By JIM urCKEK Asiwiutcil Press Spiirls WrlUT NEW YORK (AP)-- A National Football Lc'sue umpire worked the San Francisco-Cleveland cxhi- biiion game with a camera railroad also, but I was never very ~ood at the job." I [if^^^ ^^ \*$£ i^e^^cT i S Gene explained when asked how young Remy compared ' ·-·'- - - - "v^"'^ 1 - -e MRS i . with Wilkinson, Parmell and Kin After listening 1 to conference coaches unleash their deceptive verbal punches, writers and sportscasters were admittedly more confused about the upcoming title race than over. Casey Stengel makes more sense during his interviews than n . shifted lo fullback last'season b»- i sioncr - s;lid il "'" s a one-shot ex- cause Vaught needed a power j P crimenl - approved by the league runner and had Glynn Griffin" at I arti b ° Lh l c a nis, and ivll! nol be- Ihe quanerback post. Vaught t-on- come a "Eular thing), siriers Dunn a better runner ilian ' B u l whal ir this sorl ° r t h i n K Griffins and an adequate passer ! sllou d s l )rea d? You might have I Alabama Coach Paul Bryam'bc-i s l t u a l l o n s l i k c !his one: - ' ' Sl ''''"' : Los An «'es Dodger Sla- v^rtt:^ oiL-u^L-i incint-;* niuif MJHM- uurmj; nts iniprvii:w inin ri i ,,-_., . . , · ~" c ( ., k|) . k . n c A n n p J p c rw couple of the conches. Like ole Casey, Con-otto and Ardmore's Tip liclcs " ls . lc .TM ma - v be aDl ' 10 ' dium Sandv Kou ^ i? C n ih, Jarobson are dumb - like a fox. TM v e .' l c b a l l . D u t hc « un ^re ot i TM"»- TM°? **?**,,.,* on lhe Jacobson admitted, sotllv. that he has i\vo iMlcrmc-n ax-ailable i l h e d ^w. However." he ho'p^s | TM u "*' P^h'ng to Willie Mays lor every position and wronger running backs than he's had in several sophomore center Paul Crane cnn : n mmn S- llv ° ° ut - and years. | make up in pan for the loiy; ol He .can start an all-junior club which mopped up on everything } Jordan, in sight two years ago in junior high play. r.-..m.. gers lend the San Francisco Ginnls 1-0. Harvev Kuenn is I'm afraid that I'll ha\'o to go with a lot of Ihpsr juniors and wind up with about H 3-S season. Then T'll i;et fired and some iruy will have a great senior liatl club los-ipd Into his lap the next MMison." Tip cxplnlned gloomily. The balding Jacobson says junior David Smith «-ill replace passing RCC Ken Stock-dale at the quarterback slot on his pro-style Slot-T, Last winter. Tip confided 10 us t h a t -Smith had the tools to be th; Fullback Mike Fracchia has a 0 " i l l i ^ bn f: Kw! f is /''dReiing. questionable knoe and must hold ; "*'"L^L,^TM,. ~" up to lender. But Bryant says he will he greatly surprised il Joe Namath "doesn't prove to l? Ihe best quaiterback in the South ever." "We have the finest line since I've been at Florida." says Coach 0 , : , N h a l «.. Ul , e , . mallc , r ' ah '° ,T^ ^L can get this camera into Jocus. I've harl trouble with \ it since the f i f t h inninc. I'm shoot. . . . * . - . , * ) ' v , w . , i i « . i i i w u^ i i i n . . . - i , i , v l l l l a u l l l v . iv/vl.., kv w III'; . J V I . U l f l r l l r t L F l U n O r t * i ? \ S L O « l C n ' u st field general he's coached, but he didn't repeat that statement : Rav Graves "U could be" "the ocst : '"" c;amp r ° 1 ' Boy s Llf? ' U~,. n ;«L. T7... I _ 1 1 t-i- i · - _ . _ . . " . . ' k^ .Ti Itimohnrn. \ V o I (i-nrlr rtrt VI I've every coached." Bu; an injury to out^ Well, work on U'illie a l i t t l e bit. I'm doing a tape recording of this for the networks, it I cut his ankle in an accident and ,'opens "with -Gro-cia T°ch " the other night. But coaches always have trouble remembering a boy's strong points in August, just before drills open. Plenty Of Practice r T^TP did admit that Smith will be a good passer -*· "because he's going to get plenty of practice, "We throw the ball a lot because I feel that's the style of play our fans want to see, and we try to please 'em. j l a m a . Sc P'- We'll be a passing team again this year even though our '· telpvlsed running game should be much improved over the last couple of seasons," he added. j termcn are well-versed in the d»- Duncan's Pete Tillman bravely predicted that his De- | fensive arts, « MC ail were d e - j ,,,,,,«, C8 mo.-,-i imo focus, ft-sidcs i mons will be better this season. Expecting a sensational fensivc spccialisl.: last year. But j ( h 0 n c hl Is bad and I'm not'sure j i converting thee to two-way play-: I've got the right setting. " i ! ers may cut their defensive el-1 Alston: What hnvo vou got it set' ! leclivoncss. ;. n n - " j Coach Charlie McOondon savs movie 1 camera Mnury Wills hns i , " out there at shortstop Is r u i n i n g ! in a nationally-. p^j. colltro |. He S ( arU it ,, p C V p l y j time I wind up. i MiiiiHiror Wall A l s t o n : Wlmt's; the trouble out here, Sandy? | Konfn.x: I can't get I his nrw-1 Kffectiv Ten ot LSU's T6 returning lol- development, writers quickly leaned forward, anxiously awaiting further word from Pete. "We can't be any worse than we were last year so ·L *. i_ i_ j.j 1 1 i i - 1 i - i i *-vni.n v-iirii m; ^Jwi-iciiuun javs w e have ,o be better, he theorized as the scnbes slump- hc is convinced LSu which u-^cd ed back in their chairs. Johnny Green, Duncan's crack fullback, had knee surgery recently but Tillman figures thc operation is definitely a success. '"'It's gotta tir. or we're dend." Actually, thc Demons have a Hook of sturdy, if not spectacular returnees. Jack Talialcrro, a rangy tackle who is much closer to 200 pounds than the 175-pound estimate by Tillman, may well be the loop's top tackle vhis auturnn. If there is a 'sleeper 1 in the conference, it will be the Demons. A for Law-ton'* defending slRle -hnmpion, riva] Booruor con- /erouoe mentors puid the Wolverines and their conches H supreme compliment durinc the scs*.1nn. Liiwton was voted the team to beat, as usual, even though only three starters return Irom last autumn's powerhouse Bor " ' ' -- · turos Alston: You'll never crl ativ- j the throe-team system, was hurt I thing lhat way, I've been using i worst by ihe rules changes than j FZ.3 since the filth inning. ! any other school in the nation, j During spring practice he d r i l l e d ! AlMon: Thr black and w h i t e is National An Army Tries To Quality By BOB GREEX A-isodaled Press Sport* Writer An army of amateurs, with ai anticipated casualty rate of abou 90 per cent, goes alter a relativ. handful of berths for the U.S Amateur Goll Championships ij qualifying rounds at 27 scatteret locations today. The 35-hole qualifications for thi tourney at Des Moires' Wakondf Club course began at lour site: spread from Peabody, Mass. t Poriland, Ore. Monday and con elude at a single site Wednesday The vast majority of the lick o( 1,797 go into action today. Ir all, only 174 berths are up loi grabs in he championship bracket of 200. That means that onl about one out of each 10 entrant! will qualify for rhe championship; in Iowa's capital city Sept. 9-14. Tweniy-.«ix plnyers. including defending champion Jjibron Harris Jr. ot Enid, Okla.. are. exempt f r o m qualifications. These Include former champions. 1962 semlflnaJists. British and Canadian champions, junior, senior nnd Public .Links champions and members n! the three America.* Cup learns including seven each from thr United Stiilrs. Mexico and Canada* Par was broken by only two players in the sparse field of qualification round; Monday. Skip Nagler of Spokane, Wash, d'id it at' Spokane and Howard Klein of Kokomo, Ind. at Indianapolis. Each shot a one-under 143 for 36 holes over a par 72 layout. Nonp of the qualifiers at Pra- body or Portland was close. Phoenix started qualifications with IS holes and will complete today. Gixirqe Boulwell of Phoenix '. matched par 72 for the first 18. They slaitrd sepnrsiUnp t h c I two-a-day sessions, the reports ed the first unit in the absence of Another qualifying round was men [rom Ihe boys in Lawton foot- ! were encouraging. Only about 15 the injured Gene Ca^ie, turned in scheduled at Salt "Lake City, but ball camps Monday. ] Cvimcron cnndklalcs figured they'd n solid performance, and halfback ir was postponed because of lack kmif-'iv \vm vr,,, .1,-,/Mi^r, f -. I cil . v nip" school l(v\ms d o n n c d i h f l d enough, and nearly nil of the . P.odney Holloway and lullback Bob . O f entrants K O I ,,.v._uno \ou .snooting for. , (hc -^ - f o r ^ ^ (jm( , nl|( , r : h j g h ^ hm ] prospects h;id stayed Booth ran hard. IT'S MKI-j THIS, HOI'S. Cameron Aceif* roach ly^roy .Montgomery explains a point to a couple of promKlni: fr'^-hm'Ti halfhncks during a practice **"v*Ion yo^lcrrlay. The players are Alton Williams, I r f l . J70- IMiiiiid liHlflmck from Uwkwr T. Wnshlncton of Wichita Fn.ll, and Curlis Moore, ISO-pounder from Burk- hunu'il, TIM. (Staff Photo) Work Continues City Gridden Begin Playing For Keeps Kmifn.\: VS at 100. last year's defensive specialists j lor Dog's Lile. Tho color is lor the ! ^' orkin e r ° r ]0 hca\nl.v on offensive work, re-' Wcdnesda, versing thc training for thc of-! nre going Icnsive players. Thc Wakonrla r-lub course also in shorts ajid ' with It. ; The blocking of guard? Bobby w j|i be the site of Ihe Americas sda""aftc'rn'oo~n' V po l sr' U Thrv iT ' shil ' ls - Cameron'* Aggies - 921 Lnwion high's Wolverines, who Foster and Keith Lavender WHS . Cup match Sept. 5-6. a' biennial Dine in hcai-v f o r ' b a i c b - T l ' slronc ~ aLi0 wcnl !0 work ' aml ^ov^d lo Fort Sill for Ihcir annual impressive, and ends Kenny Me-. learn match which the United 1 I U - *~"i~- ---- ..n-..,~4 ~ j-- ,,,»»i,_innr. encampment Sunday, '·. Swnne and Johnny Lampkins were Stares has not lost in six previous ! these days. I hear' ihcVvc 'given '!] c ***** * crck ;lllowcd . to ' .._ _ _ , , - . ., ., .' . * Ihn uhnprf nhsnrhprs Tnp ^hp i:,.*, O I U I L C L A t i - t u L L t u u i i i lc^^^ a u m m n s powurnousc. n-iurti.iv, i^ uni.iv, OJUMH "iui L « U Bob Bodcnhnmer. beginning his 10th year st LHS, obviously pic- | of Ihe top ends in the country, iros himself as a football coach rather than a John' Bairymo're. | Ted Davis And Billy Martin. He plays it straight ;U1 Lhe way while giving the visiting newsmen Barring an in.iury to Lothridge, Bobby Dodd. Georgia Tech's ; up college football entirely, head ccsich, says lie will have an i Kniifnx: No wonder you're not cxtrrmcly unbalanced lc;m this i worried about [ocus. Kor ihoso I season, weak in the line and . guys if the picture's,fuzzy It's a r t . strong in thc backficld, But Billy i When I work for ihem I jusi drop Lothridgc, the triple-threat quar-: the cnmcrn on ihe mound nnd terback, is back, along with two ship them Ihe result. I sold them a double page picture of the rosin nenu on even ternis, but the line weakness may hurt. Vols To Kxpjmd ton. tackle Chuck Hurston and center Mike AKord arc hurting Auburn, but quarterback Jimmy Sidle should be evcyi belter this season because ol experience, says Tennessee's new coach, Jim Mc- an accurate sizcup of his prospects and losses in a lew interesting observations as sidelights, Giants Are Gone OODENHAMER told the writers ana his colleagues -*-* that the Wolverines will be an average-sized high school team this year, with only one varsity performer, tackle Ken Blackburn (230) weighing over 200 pounds, Bob believes the LHS running game will be adequate roaeh PjdDn Jordan due to ihe presence of quarterback Gene Cagle and full- | ^estefs ne" coac: back Bobby Booth, who started last year. He also points out that plenty of depth is available at the halfback slots. Bodenhamer believes the LHS passing attack will be 'off because Scott Long and Mike Morgan, a pair of rangy, gifted ends, are gone. "You just don't see many- high school ends like that pair," he.observed. The LHS skipper .says the strong point up front will be the guard tandem of Bobby Foster, a two-way starter last year, ajid fiery Keith Lavender, a stickout linebacker alter moving here from Wichita Falls early last autumn. When Bodenhamer mentioned that n part-time tackle regular Mike Holdndge, had moved to Oklahoma City. Corrotto interrupted" "I lorgot to mention," Gene said, "that -we lost a couple of zrea prospects who moved nway. lhc shock absorbers for the (irsl drills. At the end of Lhc first gruollinz week-long flashed sharp form in Lheir firs; : cutting 'em down on downfleld meetings. All seven members of each learn automatically qualify scrimmages. blocks. bag once. ro: I wish you guys would Tech will play mo'si ot iL: oppo-; talk into the microphone. Alston: Where's the mike? Rowfooro: Thc wliolc thing's in my chest protector, One foul tip Injuries lo halfback Mickey Sul- ! and I'm off the air. Al.stun: What do you want us to talk about? Roeboro: Ho\v about baseball? Should we walk Mays? Koufox: I caji'L He's writing the story lor a national syndicate, and a base on balls isn't dramatic. Donald' plans lo jazz up the Vol-1 T «°*c»°": Okay, pitch to him. traditional- single wing! 111 S ct back in^e and tune the volume up, This oughla be good stuff. The participants reiurn to thoir ;reat loan. BoUeiilmmer countered. "I rcuiKmbcr lust year when vou told us about thuxc two boys. They couldn't even tie their shore until they moved uwny." Bob jabbed deftly. Corrotto sat down, mumbling about ethics and good memories bo. after a pleasant evening with Boomer conference coaches j can draw only one conclusion: ' you The state s top circuit will be pitifully undermanned this year and a couple ol teams may not even be able to piay out their schedules It s true, because the coaches said so. n?'- S -' c S ac t les are C" 6 world's worst liars, about as convincing as Uirislme Keeler at a convention of the Women's Christian Temperance Lnion . . . Sports In Brief NEW YORK--Qua IUyln£ rounds lur Ihe NalJonul A m n l e u r Championships lo be dscltlfd HI Des Molnn, Iowa, sipt. 9-14. «trc held at Indianapolis. Chicago. Sail UXe City. Phoenix, Spokane.. Wash,. Sakm, ,\Uss. antl I'orHnnil. Ore. · MO.NTREAI TKSNIsi -Ron of West Polnl. -N.Y. upscl Whllncy RccU ol Alu- mcda. Cnllf. n-a, 6-2. 6-: Tor ihe men'n mncle» i l l l c In Ihr Quebec Provincial Optn Tournament. . · NEW YORK-- WhiLl was [Irst dtajnojed (is a rraclure of Curry glides leli forc- JeR was reported lo be .noihlnc more lUnn A sprained ankle ^y vel-rlnariRn hi Belmonl Park. MARION, .MH.IS-- Henrf .Sprasuc. 17. ot NVvpon. Harbor. Cnlir., won toe naUon.il Finn. class unllln; championship in .Olym-^ pic ilnglc-ha-ided craft wllh -T.6M 'Points. , WITH THE HORSES NEW YORK-Aceord«ni. SU.70. ivon lhe 50th running or the JL^'.TM - '-'nil Hlch- welshl .Handicap Monday as racliiB re- lurntd lo Aqucduei ' ATLANTIC CiriT. N.J.-Second Breult- insi. Si.to. scored a neck vlriory over Rum Punch In lhc Pgnn-AllanUc Purse al Atlantic ClK. SALEM. N,H.-Old Sloncy, M.GQ. look the Rocklnphnm Feature. CHICAGO-- BcnnKhnzl, ,5J2.2H. nosed out Budjtel Plus In lhc PnslornJ Purse · nl Arllnclon Park. . wilh a multiple offense. "We'll continue to use it, but ve'll modify it wilti split ends, flankers, men in motion and some T-formation plays," he said. BULLETIN Thre« golfens shared the early Jirsl-round lend in tin; annual yourth Army tournanienl over the Fort Sill course this morn- ine- Kort Sill's Jolinny Malcnda, Jerry Slolhand of Fort Sam Houston «Jid On'lllu Moody of Wllliiirn Beaumont Gencrul Hospital authored two-iiiid«-par 70s lo puce eiirly fliiisherK. Stolhand and Molenda carried 36-:i4 while Moody w«s two- undwr 'MI the tront side, with a 34, mid added a 3C for l"s TMt- piir round. . '- '. ... ' Making a klng-Klzed -bid for' the first-round lead WHK Robert Baj-ki'j- of Kon Sam Houston, who blistered U»; front side'wllh' a three-under 33. He was still plnylng Uie bn'ck nine'at press- time. ' . . Senior, and women's division golfers wei'e silll.ou tlie course. Rookies Play Major Role For Cowboys, Iowa State Dusty Torbert, who quarterback-: At Eisenhower, the Eagles t u r n - : for the National Amateur charri- , ed in a "good practice", although : pionship bracket. | coach Jim Phillips admitted his of-. In addition lo defending cham- 1 lensc needed a little work. pion Harris, the exempt players I Phillips made one charge in the '· include: starting lineup, moving David Former champions Chick Evans Craig to the quick tackle slot, re- Jr., Chicago, 1!I6. 3920: Deane placing Jim Terrell. | Eeman, Bethesda, Md.. 1960, and , _ , . T h e Eagle boss said fundamen- Charlie Coe. Oklahoma City 1949, The Cyclones and Cowboys | ta i s and teamwork would be em- 1958, start first because their classes | phasized today, and an intrasquad Richard Davies. Pebbie Beach open earlier. , j scrimmage is ticketed Wednesday. ' CaliC., 1962 British' Amateur cham- By JIM VAX VAUCKNBt'RC Associated Press Sport.* Writer Oklahoma Stale and Iowa State began .football practice Monday wllh at leasl one other thing in ^ common. Both depend heavily on( 0 p c n Friday.''Oklahoma's defend-i heads. Lee is hoping ace rruaner- j Billy .Toe P-.vrton. M rookies. ^ ^ champs, Kansas. Nebraska I back Curtis Wilson will round into , N.C., and Downing Hrny, PPHSH- Phil Cutchin.. Oklahoma Slate's | g^g .Colorado all start practice j shape last alter missing the 1C: cnla. Fin., Hemifinalljit^ In last Two-a-day sessions pre- days ol non-contact work. . Kansas State will begin prac- j At Douglass, coach William Lee's i pion. tice Thureday, and Missouri will i Lion.1 wasted little time knockinj new headman,.insists his squad is places: On the lirst pitch to Mays, | l i n s ^^ r e^l below average in most respects wilh experience almost non existent. Some' of his pessimism can be excused because he has been working with talented squads at Alabama under Paul Bryant. The Cowboys were a lean, bust- vail until classes convene. Cameron coach Leroy Mont^om- he showed tries lo slcal home, He and Roseboro are all tangled up at lhe plate, in a cloud of dust., Alston rushes out · from the Dodger dugout, Gianls Manager Alvin Dark, a tape .recorder strapped to his 'back, rushes out from 'his side. They surround the umpire. · · Alston: What was he, safe or out? Yeah, safe or · out? Speak into Ihe microphone, please. Umpire; Gosh, fellas, I don't know. I forgot to take' the lens cap otl my camera. lot ol desire. Cutchin indicated he'll do some switching to get his talented players in die starting lineup. Quarterback Mike Miller is one ol the league's best. At Iowa Stale, .Coach, Clay Slaplcton spent 75 per cent of practice time on' defense.' He is. determined to build a hard-nosed defense through a toush^Tiinded attitude, using his Dirty Thirty squad of 1959 as an example. He has a strong backlield led by lull- back Tom Vauslin and a strong group ol nnds, .but needs depth and size tackle to tackle, Cutchin's 55-man squad work in CI 7- , w n c had on:v a najld ' u] 100-dcgree weather at Stillwater. STMders _to work with last year, He ordered morning and sight i w !f overjoyed Monday. drills the next Wo weeks to prepare the team lor its night opener with Arkansas Sept 21. At Missouri; Coach Dan Dcvine will bar the gates to the public . , han for year's tonnnimcnt at Phvhiirst, ,\,C. The 1963 Americas Cup team: U.S., Pjchard Sikes, Springdale, had so many candidates on I Ark., Dr. Ed Updegrass. Tucson, opening two-a-day ariz.. (besides Patton, Beman. Coe, ! session that equipment managers ' Davids and Harris, exempt under 'ran out of shoulder pads ajid hei-i other catcgoriesi; Mexico, Mauri---'- · ' cio Urdaneta, Jose- Luis Onega, Tomas Lehman, Luis Brauer, Au- 2-ustln Sylveira, Juan Antonio Es- mets. Twelve players dropped out aft- and \rork on new plans for tine | or thc bruising momins workout. opener Sept.- 21 with Northwestern i but only one player checked in his unilorm during the afternoon drill and Montgomery was hopelul that several late arrivals would join the squad lor today's drills. at Columbia. Devine said thc Tigers will play two practice regulation games to give his scfuad needed experience. trada, Rafael. Quiroz; Canada. Weslock,. Keith- Alexander, Gary Cowan, Bert Ticehurst, Bill Pid- laski, Doug Silverberg and Bill Wakeham. PARMENTER FINANCE CO. . . 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