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ttMrjjatf.THE SUN SPORTS "SephrnScr T4, 1966 PAGE C4 Bill Brown And Wheelwright Lead N.F.L. Rushers After 1st Week BILL NELSEN TOP PASSER -L,A. Rams' Bruce Gossett . Takes Scoring Lead --New York, Sept. 13 I?. Bill grown of the Minnesota Vikinjjs and Ernie Wheelwright of the! ?ilanta Falcons are off and run-j fting in the race for the rushing' . UUe vacated by Jim Brown but pbody was able to crack the 100-y&rd mark in the first week of the Rational Football League season. Brown crashed through the San Jfrancisco 49ers for 99 yards on fi! carries and Wheelwright, tossed' ;kto the expansion draft by the $ew York Giants, made 91 yards m six carries, for Atlanta against -Cos Angeles, The Giants, mciden- tally, made only 32 yards running against Pittsburgh. -iTom Nowauke of the Detroit 'Sons and Bill Asbury, Pittsbuifih .'rookie, were now faces among the ;t6p ten runners in the N.F.L. St Nelsen Top Passer ZjBill Nelsen, the Pittsburgh; quarterback who hobbled through Tfct season on a bad leg, came on stronc acainst New York to rank as the top passer after the. first week s action. The passers are graded on an acrage of their standings m several calegoiies. Tommy McDonald, an old fa miliar face, led the pass receiv ers with nine for 114 yards for Xos Angeles in the Rams' opening victory over Atlanta. Dave i'arks of San Francisco also caught nine aeamst the Vikings but for 79 yards. Bruce Gossctt's four field goals and one conversion for the Rams gave him the scoring lead with 13 points. Pat Studstill's opening day average of 53 yards for seven Detroit kicks was the best among the punters. Mb Att. Yd Gam TD .16 S3 6 2 1 , fi 91 15 2 0 U BS BO 1 ,21 Bt 4 0 1 IB S3 4 6 1 .14 61 5 0 17 71 4 S 0 14 77 5 3 0 16 76 4 S 0 16 m 4 1 0 PASSEilS Brown. Minn. . wtieelwrhht, Atl. Green. Cleve Noat7kp Det. .. Aiburv Pitt Ba LA 6dorii Chi Cre. SF . ... Tmlor, 0 R. . All Com Vi TD Oaln Ntlen, Pill 2? 16 :5 3 o si Gnhrlcl L A. 35 21 204 1 B 40 Rvn. Clflf . : 13 151 3 6 3fi Morrill. N V. IB 10 273 3 15 17 Brodtc. SP. , 3S 22 216 2 5 fiS .lotinson. St L. 2S 1". 101 0 7 35 SUrr. OB IK If Jurcenjpn. W!t 35 n 240 1 6RS num. Det 15 i 6 3 Johnson. All 25 n 154 1 6 16 LEADING PASS RECEIVERS Ate Reed. YtK. Gain Ti! McDonald t, A. 114 12 7 Far-s. Bt ... Caw. B F . .. Dos ler. G B 6 Hall. Minn. . . 6 TUntftt, Bt I,. . .6 Ballman. Pitt. ... 5 Tmlar, Wh. . 5 Smith. St L . 5 Morris. Chi . 1 Serrl. Bait 79 107 73 64 SB 114 94 02 41 40. 8 8 13 4 12 1 10 7 0 7 22 6 16 R 12 4 0 B BO Morris Adding Depth To Falcons Atlanta, Sept, 1:1 f Atlanta falcon coaches do not know when they will activate line' backer Larry Morns, but they're glad they have him. Defensive coach Hal Herring said today Moms, obtained re cently in a trade with the Chicago Bears, may get into the September 2o game with Detroit. He should mean a lot lo the depth and strength of our de fense " Herring said as the Fat cons began limbering up for next Sunday's game with Philadelphia. ''Larry's missed a lot of practice, but he's the kind of fellow who stays in shape all the time. He looks fit and he has worked into the practices first rate. Herring said Morris would back up the rigtil side where he played for Chicago last year and m 1963 when he won the most valuable player award m the championship game agamst New-, York. Duke Drills In Rain ' Durham. Sept, 13 Duke's! Blue Devils lost one player and' regained another today as they, worked amid sprinkles of rain in' an afternoon drill. Reserve tackle Bedford Cannon suffered a broken left ankle and will be lost to the team several weeks. Johnny Roland Wins Card Starting Job St Louis. Sept. 13 iM-Johnny Roland, a star on defense last year for Missouri, is making it big as an offensive back for the St. Louis Cardinals and he may start for the National Football League club Sunday against Washington. "He seems to be the money guy," coach Charley Winner said today. "We're thinking of starting mm at halfback. Roland, who signed for a re ported $400,000, crabbed a de flected pass last Sunday, setting up the Cardinals' only touchdown in their 16-13 victory over Philadelphia, Coming into the game an the third quarter, he rushed eight times for 53 yards and added 40yards on two pass receptions, Purdue Gets Prospect tafayette Ind., Sept. 13 Rick Mount of Lebanon, Inch- one of the nations most wanted basketball stars, has enrolled at furdue, assistant basketball 5ach Bob King said today. Mount is enrolled in physical education. He switched lo Purdue &er first announcing that his cfioice was Miami of Florida, Area Prep Grid Records 4 O'Jnbir. , Ktrt F'eld II At Severn IB McDonosh WcDONOGH Sen'crtber 13 Severn 30 At Carter October 7 n.in)ar u rurle 21 Foreit Prk 28-Glbbon November 5 Southern, Kirk Ficid 11 St. Paul' IS At Oilman CURLEY fieptemb?r XT At John Carro)) 23 At Patterson 30 Dunbar October 7 Southern 14- At McDonOXh 21 At Oilman 28 Foreit Park November 4 At Carver 12 Gibbom DUNBAR 33 DMath. , Kirk Field 30 At Pmon Otiober H Lora; Kirk Fiftd I At Ml. SU Joseph 22 Fdtttm(ifl, Kitfc Field 2flU st, John' 4 At Doualm 21 At caftert HftH 24 poly, stidium POLY Sfoiember 23 A l Bp) Air, 8 PM, October I At Calvert Hall 7 Donelas. w Rlrfc Field Kirk Field 21 At Mi St. Joseoft 23 At Paitmon No ember 5 t Salfsmmira 12 Edmonton, Kirk Field Sntv Stadium CALVERT HALL. Sep'Tnher 24 At Glen Burnie October j row, WiTit ? At tfinnnrfin ti At Patterson 2) DoujJa5$ 20 IjeJ Air 6 Mt St Jweoh. 12 City 34 LooJa. Stadium, 10 A M LOYOLA Remember 11 St JoJetih'i Preti It At Bel Air, 8 30 P M. , 30 At Edtnondsoti Oc'.obtr Mrlc Field 14PoK 21 PftUrson 2g UousUvs 23- Mt St J-;e0h Kirj F:f1rf 24- CaUcrt Hall, Stadium. 10 A M MT ST. JOSEPH Kentember 16 Hoaard Countv 30 At DouelaM October 7 At Patterson 14 Cit 51 Pol v 23 Efittiotirfton No ember 8 Calicrt Hall. 13 Uvola. Klrlt FjeJd PATTERSON September 23 -Archbishop Curley 30 Cltv October f Mount St. Jason n cahcrt H&U 21 At bovoin 2 B Poly 4 At Ftimonilson 1 1 Douclass 18 At Salest- anium. 1 30 P M DOUGLASS Semember t 23-Eatcm Hlsh (0 c ' 30 Mount St. Joseph Q-rtobf IPf))- Kirlc Vjeld 15Edri:ort1son. K-rlc Field 21 M Claert Hall 23 At Liola November 4 CJlv 31 At PAttersott 18 Carpr Klrlt Field EDMDNDSON Seotcmber Ifl At Eastern Hish 'no 23 Dunbar 30 Loyola October , 7 Calvert Hall 35 Dousing Ki'k Fictd 22Citv Kirlc FleW 28 At M! St. to ejuber 4p(crQl 12 Pfll KwVt Field CtRVFR Peotembrr 21 Chamber- im rt c 30 Mr Don or h Octobei 7 Foreit Prfc H At cardinal Oibbon 2i Southern. Kirk Field 28 At Oilman November 4 Curiey 11 Dunoar. Kirk .Field 38 Douelas. Kirk Field FOREST PARK September 17 At Wicomico, 8 PM. 21 f Northern 30 Gilnnn. Klrfc Field. Oc'obcr 7 At Carter 13Dunoar. 'Cirk Field 20-M;Donosh. Kirlcyteld 23 At Edmondson ju At purify October 7 At McDonoch 14 Forest Park, Kirk Field 21 At Gibbons 28 Southern Kirk Field November 4 Gttm&n. Klrlc Field It Carser. Kirk Field September IB At Mervo , 24 John Carroll 30 Southern October 7 Oilman U Carter 21 Dunbar 2B At McDonosh 3 Forest part. 12 At Curlsr SOUTHERN SeDtember 22 Men o Kirk Field 30 Ai Gibbons October 7 M curlev 14 At OUtuaa 21 Carvei KlrV. Field 29 Dunbar. Kiri. Field November 5- McDortQcrt. Kirk Field 12 Fnieit park. Kirk Field MERVO Senlcmhrr 16 Gibbon 22 Southern Krfc Fie id 30 At brrdfen. BPM October 7 ntm Latin 1 4 Open 2INortfiern 23 At Severn November 4 St Paul's 11 At John Carroll NORTHERN P-ot ember T Forest parlc 30 Onen October 7 At Severn 15 At S! Paul's 21 At Mervo , 28 John Cairoll No. ember 4 Bovi Latin 1 'At Church Hill JOHN CAJ1JJOLL Se member 17 Cur lev 24 At Gibbons October B AI Friends 1") Severn 22 Al St Paul's 25 At Northern November 5 Atholton 1 1 Mervo 1 Elkton ST PAUL'S Bnleniber 23 Oilman 30 At Friends Octooer P St Andww'i 25 Northrri n am 22 John Carroll 28 At Bovs' Utin November 4 At Mervo 1 1 At McDonOSh IB Severn SEVERN SrotembT 23 At MtDottOCh Of'iber 7No;thfjn 15 At John Carroll 31 At Bovs LAtln 2fl Mervo November 5 Charlotte Ha.ll nGiliriRn 18At St Paul's BOYS' LATIN Septembrr 24 At Ericeaod October 1 At St Andrew 7-At Mervo 2 1 Severn 23 St, Paul s November 4 Northern 12 At Friendi FRIENDS Stfttcmbc t 30-Si Paul October , 5 John Carroll 14 At Tutnall 21 Havre da Grace 28 Gunninc Bedford November 4 At Wilmington PennSialeArmy Game Is Sellout West Point, N.Y., Sept. 17 Wv-TJie Penn Stato-Aimy football game at Michie Stadium Octnhor 1 is a sellout, Army announced today. Col. .Jerry Capka. the Army athletic director, said tickets stil! are available, however, lor West Points other four home games including Saturday's opener with Kansas State. Razorbacks Hurling Payetteville. Ark., Sept, 13 Arkansas Coach Frank Broyies said today that three Razorback defenders ami the No. 2 quarterback probably will not play m the Oklahoma State opener Saturday night at Ltttle Rock. AICA COnTUCD ltrrs l-vnne A r CLOSE-OUT 12 Boys Lfctln FREDERICK fieotemb 41 Loudon 17At Wftyncs. 33At Uoonjboro Ocfober I North . Hvftova 14 Bel Air 21 iiouth Hueratowa 28 -Howard County Itfovember October B At Edseifood 14-GJenele 21 tiitton M 28 Kennard Dais November 4 Havre d . Grace 11 At Bel Air ELKTON Bentember 3S At Havre tj Orate 0 lAVrtrth Carolin 30 Eavl on Detour t-At & M. Bennftt 14 Wicomico Cl At Aberdeen 28 Olenele November 4 At Cambridefl 11 Ed8e?ioad Ifl John Carrol! WESTMINSTER Seotember 3S Geu burs 34 16 North Ktmttrt.n 23 At South Haccrstown 30 At Bel Air October i Wavnesboro 14 At Boonsboro 21 Dclone Catholic 28 Al Martini-liurr , November 4 Predrrlclr 11 Al Gov T. Johnson QLEN BURNIC fientember 34-Calvert HaU October lAtho!Eon B At Bladeru- 15 Severn Par 22 Northern 25 At Arundel November 4 At BrooXlra 12 Annapolis 10 Andover EDGIWOOD Peotember 17Havre de Orare 24 Bojs' Lfin 30 At Howard Countv October 7- -Aberdren 12 J M Bennett 22 Atholton 29 At Northeast November 5 At Gleneli 11 At Elkton NORTHEAST Sentember 33 At AnjjffDOjJj October I Brooklyn . . 8 Arundel V Andover 22 At Olen Burnie 39 Ed se wood November ,W At Pomonleet 12 Severna Park IS At Southern (Lothian ANNAPOLIS September JlVottheAst 30 Arundel Cmtnher 7 Brcokivn Park 11 jsoumern iLothian) 21 Bel Air 28 Kt Wleomtoo November 5 Ai AntfW 12 At Glen Burnie 2!i i Severn Pari: SEVERNA PARK SeDtember 34 Brooklyn Park 3QAndover at Brooklyn Park oetoocr tit Southern rLothiMtf IS Olen Burnl 22 At HnRard County 28 M St Mart vatfrt:ber S A'ViVinfi 12 At Norfheast 10 Atholton 24 Annannll ANDOVER September 33 Gov T Johnson. 0 Rf-verri Parle October 7 At Bel Atr t.v-At Northeast 2 At Arundel 28 Atholton No ember W Annapolis 11 At Brooklyn Park 19 Ai Gieti Hitrnte. Havre de grace 0 EtKton 25 Sentember 17 At KdJtewood 23 J : Bennett uciQoer 1 At Kcnnardale fi cam onoce 15 At Atholton 21 Friends 2S Bron-n Tech November . 4 At. Aberdeen Ford Initiates Bill To Back Grid Merger Washington, Sept. 13 fl Rep Gerald R. Ford, (R., Mich.), in troduced today a bill to permit the! National and American Football Leagues lo merge u ithout the threat of antitrust action. Ford's bill also would prohibit telcMsmg of professional football games on Friday nights after 8 P.M., to protect high school foot' ball games. The representative, who was a college football star and now Is Republican leader in the House, said the leagues merger plan is 'beclouded by confusion and un certainty under our antitrust Jaws. PRICES! Sf 38 U Curler 5 OJbbon. Ktrfc FtfJd 12 Sou'bern. Kirk Fletd GtLWAN M StDtenjbr 23 At St PSUI' 30 At torcu Prk Ocober 7 At Gibbons 14 SouthTa 21 Curiey 2? Curver November 4 At WU minster 11 At Martini- bure Is Thomas Johnson SOUTHERN (Lothlant Beotember 24- Col Richardson October t At Uckey ,R Severna Park 1 At Annanolm 2.' At St Marys 29 Brooklyn Park November 4 At North Carolina 12- At fftlvrt Coun;y 19 Northeast BROOKLYN PK. Sep-moer 24 At Severn Pk October 1 4f N'nrilieMt 7 4t Ar.niDo:i 14 ArunOel 21 Ooen 29 At Southern 'l.otni.tm N'ovenibrr 4- OIcn Burnli H wlowr ARUNDEL Sntembi-r 21 St, Marv' 30 At AnnnpoDi Octohcr 5 M Mortheat 14 At BrookiM) . Prk 22 Andover 29 Qln RurnlB hoitmoer 5 Severna Park 2 Athilion 1 Open ST. MARY'S September 18 At Grcot Mills 24 At Arundel October 1 Chanftcon 14 WoodTsard Prep 31 Southern 'Lothiani 20 Severna Park November 4 Calvert County 11 fit AnthonV 10 At Charloiie. Hall GOV. T JOHNSOW ScntFmbpr 30 Booniboro 15 Glcnele 21 At Andovrr 30 Wajnesbor-ff October 7 Al Fort Hill 15 At South HflKrrstowa 21 Open 28 M North Hatterstown November 4 Marttnbur 11 Westminster IB Frederic GLENELG Bcotember 27 Athnlton 7 16 At Gov T. -Johnson 24 rahert 30 M Laurel Ocoher t-p. Plava 14 At Aberdesa 21 At North Caroline 23 At zmon November 5 Edeewood 12 How ard Countv HOWARD CO. Sententber 31 50-Bel Air 17 At Mt SC. Joseph 23 At. Aberdeen 3D Fdfjraood October 7 Wiconuro 12 Northneitern 22 Severna Psrlc 28 At Frederick November S At South 5iaprtOR"ll 12 At Olenels BEL AIR SrDt'mber 31 At Howard Counu 30 if, Lovola Hifffc 23 RnUtmore Polv 30 Weumlnster October 7 Andover 14 At Frederick 2t At Annswjlis 2B At Calvert Hall November Wicomico l 4berdcen ABEROEEM September 1R At Easton 23- Howard Countv 30 Mervo Tech ATHOLTON 7 Glcnctz 27 Sentember 24 Kennedy October I At Glen Buinie 8 At Pomona" 15 Havre rie Gre 21 At Edeenood 23 At Brooklyn Park Noi ember S John Carroll 12 Arundel MM PRO FOOTBALL' TO HONOR RAY Rules Advisor's Ideas Gave Game Needed Boost BT SEYMOUR S. SMITH lAuutant Sporti Editor a The Sun Shorty Ray's lillle world of pro foolball usually was in some cor tier o( a stadium, a no-man's land where he sat in the freezing rain, wind and snow, baked under the sun or squinted under the bad lights, all the lime uncovering all sorts of fascinating items with his charts, pencils and slide rules. Saturday he wilt be inducted int the Hall of Fame. There will be some pretty fail names announced on (he tempo rary platform in Canton, Ohio's big high school sladium. Pieskin heroes like Bill Dudley, Arnie Herber, Steve Owen, Bulldog Turner and George McAfee. The late Shorty Ray never carried (he ball or made a tackle. He's the man who gave pro football the push mm sueamnmng it iicociea. Posts On Goal I.tnt Ray was technical advisor In the National Football League during Us growing pains. He! moved the goal posts back to the! goal line; made the forward pass! an effective weapon by redesign-, wg the ball; increased the number of plays in a game by twelve' by insisting the ball be relayed irom an out-of-bounds officia in stead of being carried back by! me rctrieung omeial. 'He found that the faster a game is played, the more time is taken, which isn't as sillv as it sounds." Mark Duncan, N.F.L. supers isor of officials, says. " 'The taster you play, Hay pointed, 'the more plays you create. More plays mean more situations in whichi ths clock can be stopped . . . in-1 complete passes, going out of bounds. Even scoring eats up time ' George Halas, ot the Bears. persuaded Ray. a one-time (1905-! IWKt Illinois footballer, to quit high school sports administration work m Chicago thirty years ago to make the pios more attractive Some felt listening to his tedious esplanation of rules was a bore, but he wanted the men who work-pro football the most knowledge able in their field. Gridders Hear Change "He made annual pilgrimages to the training camps to explain the rule changes to the players," Duncan continues, "and he pounded the rules into his officials so that they could aerage 95 per cent of a test at a coaching clmic on even the most difficult prob lems. Before that they couldn t reach that score ee nwith the book open at their elbow. One ot the great things he did in giving us the rules as we knov. them was that he ended the busi-: ness of owners pushing for a rule that would lavor ifteir own par ticular kind of offense. He was a bug on safety, too. He used to say, 'Football is great as lone as you don't get hurt,' and his idea of a big afternoon was to see everyone leae the field without limpmg." Joe, Roberson Back In Dolphins' Lineup Miami, Fla.. Sept. 33 !-Coaeh George Wilson of the Miami Dol-i phins said today fullback Billy Joe and tlanKer Bo Roberson will start Sunday against their old team, defending American Football League champion Buffalo. Joe and floberion nere dratted from Buffalo by Miami in the ex pansion draft last January. Both have been hampered by pre-sea son iniuries. Wilson said both men are now healthy and I'm certain they'd like a chance to start against their former team. I OjfJ I HKRHK7 AKZMCA'8 MOST KAGKIHCXBT 8TBA10H7 B0TO20K, WHISKY I APWlrtphoto LEE ROY CAFFEV Oeeitswe Piquer o fhe Week CAFFEY GETS GRIDffiRD Packer Linebacker Named Defensive Player Of Week (Confwued from 1st Sports Page) Defensive Player of the Week de signation in the N.F.L. "i think he read Unitas's eyes," Don Shula, the Baltimore coach, told staffer Ken Hartnett. "It happened so quickly I can't run it back in my mind," said Caffey. "The defense put a real great rush on Umtas. I was in the right spot at the right time. Unitas throws a lot of lhythm. I think he was throwing to the place where a receiver was supposed io be. and I happened to be there. ' Colts In Kro.it Baltimore led 3-0 at the lime in Saturday night's big battle when1 Caffey picked off a Unitas pass, iniended for Raymond Berry, and side-stepped the Colls in a touchdown dash. ft was his third TD interception in the N.F.L. He raced 87 yards when he was with Philadelphia in im and returned one 42 yards for a score last year for Green Bay. The Eagles traded Caffey to me racxen two years ago for Jim Rmgo and Earl Gros. Bob Jeter also turned a bril. tiant interception into a score and lorn Brown picked off another unitas pass in the end zone. Baker Gets Plaudit? Pittsburgh's John Baker also won a recommendation for his defensive plav against New Yoik The big left end put tremendous pressure on Eail Morrall of the1 Giants. He tackled Morrall as he faded to pass in the first quarter and the passer fumbled, leading to; a Steeler score. With less than a minute to go, Baker and Riley Gunnels dropped MorraJI for a five-yard loss. Big John's rushes helped the Steelers hold the tiiants to just 32 yards running. Maxie Baughan, the cteran linebacker who was traded to Los Angeles by Philadelphia during the winter, muffled Atlanta's comeback bids by breaking through twice to throw Randy jonnson lor losses. "That's what I get paid for,' Baughan said Bill Glass and Paul Wiggin of Cleveland did a fine job against Washington as the Browns inter cepted five passes in a 38-14 vic tory, N.C. State Preps Raleigh, N. C, Sept. 13 W North Carolina State s football team prepared for Saturday's season opener wifh Michigan Mate today by working against tna bpartan attack. NEW COACH AT EDGEIOOD Coakley Will Introduce Wide Open Attack BJ KEN' NIG BO ti'un Staff Comspondeatl Edgewood, Md Sept, 33 Three yards and cloud of dust works! as some places but new Edge-! wood High Foolball caoch Bud Coakley is going to try something! different this year. Coakley is actually no stranger! to the Edgewood scene since he's; varsity basketball coach and ser ved as an assistant to former grid mentor Merrill Grafton for the past six years. Grafton is still teaching at the school but decided lo take a year's! leave of absence from coaching: so Coakley moved lo the top spot. Wide Open Stuif "We're going to pass more and try and liven things up a little," said Coakley. "We'll go for some! wide open stuff and try and bieak a game open. Of course most of the kids are still gieen and we're going !o make mistakes." Edgewood won only two games last year and lost sev entecn players via graduation, six of them starters. So, as Coakley says, there are bound to be mistakes due to inexperience. Coakley had done some switch-! ins with his backfield. Fiank Ogens, last jears quarterback, is being moved to halfback m a winged-T setup to take advantage of his speed. Senior Pat Mc-! Namara, wno rutin I play at all after hurling hh knee earlv last season, has recovered and will be' at quarterback. Throws Pretty Well 'MciVamara is coming along,' said Coakley, "He throws the ball pretty well. ' The olher halfback will be Dave Larnmore who plaed ened last year but is also being moved be cause of ins speed Senior Don Porterlield Slavs at fullback and that isn't surpusmg since the 200-pounder was the club's leading gimnui gamer in 19fi5. Paul Klattcmcch and Dave Spiirner, bolh iiminis, will he at ends. The former played with the .1 V last year while Spurrier per formed only with tne specialty team. New Tackles The tackles aie also inexper ienced. Worthington Jones was a sub last season while Stuait Whit-; tmgton is up from the jimce. The Jailer )? Ine heaviest of !he line men al 22n. Junior Tom Clawson returns at one guard with senior Jim Lester at the other. The center position is the aame stoiy. Pcle Mojer looks like the regular but he saw litile action last year and none at center. The defense has a little more experience than the offense with halfback Rtck Porterlield, end Bab Goode, tackle Tom Bloom and linebackers Gerry Sadera and Brett Blewits leading the re turnees. Coakley's youngsters will have a chance to grow up in a hurry. The Rams open Saturday after noon at home agamst Havre de Grace, one of their traditional ri vals. As Coakley said, "This ts it right away lor us. and now thelong distance power cell" the battery that lasts up to 5 times longer in transistor radios 'New Look' For Maryland, Penn State On Saturday Rf JOn.V W. STEWART Lou Saban fs a football roach! who doesn't concern himself with (gimmicks or past history and is; only intent on putting the best eleven men on the field on Satur day afternoons. DP-StMln ibis, pvpn ha was a little shocked when looking over isome Maryianti-Penn State background, recently. "You mean to tell me we've only beaten them once in twelve tries," the new Terp coach said. "Well I'll tell you, we're going to try and put ja dent in that record starling immediately." PalowD New Coach When No. 13 come nn I his week at University Park, Pa., it win marK trie new look for both teams, not onlv in coaches but in players, too. Joe Paierno, a 2950 Brown graduate and an offensive hark. field coach for the Nittany Lions isince then, has become the school's fourteenth football coach, isucceedmg Rip Engle, who re- iirod .in v i. On ihe nlher side of the field will he Sahan. rettuninn In thn collcae ranks after a siv-war llotir in the Amencnn Football Leaciie. He renlaces Tom Nticml ihose contract was not renewed after last season. 3 Sotihs On Defense For 1ht isilnrc. SwVinn line a stalling offensive unit of seven seniois aim jour juiuois, wiiu only one iion-lcttoi man m the bunch Defensively, theie ate three scn- iois, live jmuois and lhico soph- nmntos Willi spPin ni)nrmnn The offensive newcomer is Ben AqtilliiM, a -3, 23--pnmn! senior, ho as plagued by mjimcs hk first two varsiiv camnaicns. but who has come along very well. Tim Ihroo snnhc; ;(:vtinr nn An- fense are tackle Ned Chappell, Oii-A-I)av Practices Begin For Noire Dante Smith Bend, Ind., Sept. 13 HI. liColge luin, a b-Uii-'. ?2il- pond sophomoie fiom Aicadia, Ca!., remained at staitmg offensive tackle in place of miiirod veteran Rudy Koniecznv Tuesday as .Nolle Dame went to one-a-day football drills. Knn7 slatted Ihe fall sessions at light end, a position now oc cupied by senior Don Gmitter. A pair of highlv-rated sopho mores, defensive end Ed Vuil- lemm and halfback Mike Fran-: gler, returned lo Irish workouts after being out with injuries. IF YOU CAN'T DRIVE IK, CALL FOR ?0OR APPOINTMEHT! $ I I RENDER f? jl I if METAl WORK ON YOUR CAR j If METAL WORK AMOUNTS TO $10,00 OR IESS YOU PAY ABSOLUTELY NOTHING CHOICE OF ANY COLOR INCLUDING REDS AND METALLICSfi 3 YEAR WRITTEN GUARANTEE! wcoNmnnNAUir ctiwsm: oun nTK OP Till tfVAKANTtB YOUR IF lOUH OJAMOMD QlOt PAINT VtOUtJt ?KA!hrcfnv7,ni?fiNT6.'!'or'n,f?,'r,1!: "uwira or MON-mf FOR WHICH I KoUrnt Mon.-Fri. 7:30 ant tn Si yAEtt R? "ii v uhi" 1 81? s. p sr., COR. Of FREMONT .. . VE. 7-)asD SK.J,.,?i;K rllv. Mf , VLjumumx .......................... iauls I Clem son Eleven Works In Rain Clemson. S.C.. Sept. II MV- Clemson worked in the rain for an hour today, with the running of tailbacks Buddy Gore and Jacky Jackson featuring a short scrim mage session. Coach Frank Howard also praised tho blocking of tacklo Wayne Mass and end Wayne Bell, Corner men Wayne Page ami Frank Libcratore and linebacker Bill Ware also furncd in good work, as did flanker Phil Rogers, uie day s ocst receiver. Because of the rain, the sauad had a Icnglhy session in the film room. 6-0 and 230, an ex-marinc; eml Billy Bach, 6-4 and 235, and safely John Hetrick, 5-11 and 195, a con-veiled fullback. In addition, tacklo Don Dcfino, 6-0 and 225, was out of school last year, but showed enough in spring drills and this fall to oust veteran Bob Yoik. For (he Linns, there will he only two senior leHermen on of. fense, quarterback Jack White and guaid Bryan llondru; all but one of tho five junior staiteis are letlermcn and the nlher four-tackle Dave Bradley, 6-3 , 220; center John Kulka, 6-2, 210; tight end Ted Kwalick. fi-3, 215, and wingback Bob Campbell, 5-11, 180 ate sophomores. I'efensively, theie are four seniors, five juniois and luo wnhn-mores guard Mike Reid, fi-2, 2-lft, and end Tim Hoist, 6-2. 210. Of tho nine upporelassmon, five are let -let men, including two-year stand, mils John lUmnells at linebacker and Mike Irwin at halfback. Last year. State ripped (ho Mai .viand middle wnh msiile crosshurks complemented by White's passing and P.itoino dors not figme to change ins style of attack "1 doubt whether ho'io H'sily lo i mi consistently ng.mist inyone at tins stage of Ihe season so we may iwe to rely more on While." Saban has said he'll go lo tho pass more possibly as much as 10 per cent of tho time and if effective it could open the running lanes for backs Ernie Torain and Butch McQuown. Bolh coaches will probably try to put the pressure on the inex-penenced performers trying to force eriors and be hopeful of the case, fewer errors should mean more points. ON YOUR CAR didmp olo auto taint aon against H1( DCAUOt VIU, JUTAINT THE VEFtjC I POT. fiR CfUNCJCtj: WlTTITV YOtK A am a tt A nn

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