Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 24, 1964 · Page 25
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I' «•* *'» East-West All-Star Elevens Are Having Difficulty With Offense ON HIS WAY—Barrel! Ardoin of Sulphur Post 179 (left) pauses briefly at third base on his way lo the plate following some high adventure on the bases in the fifth inning against Pepsi Cola Tuesday night. Ardoin reached base on an error, stole second and continued to third when the catcher's throw went into center field. Then when the throw from center field was wide of third, he continued on to the plate. Pepsi third sacker David Trosclair (right) stretches for the ball in vam. You Can Count on: Us- BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP)-The East and West teams in Saturday's Al-America football game each have a problem that can be summed up in one word: Offense. The East's pass-receivers haven't been able to hang on lo the low, bullet passes of Miami's George Mira. The West, armed with new plays, appeared to be slow in making them work. Despite those problems, 57 of 60 of the nation's top collegiate player of 1963 chosen to perform In the fourth-annual game gave their all Tuesday in 1- hour, 45-minute workouts under a broiling sun that sent the temperature soaring to 92 degrees. None was affected by the heat. Coach Pete Elliott of Illinois decided to work on the East's aerial game. He had Mira rolling out for passes to the sidelines. Mira, named as the tentative starting quarterback for the East, created a problem for his receivers with his low, fast tosses. Cornell's Gary Wood, a dangerous runner, hurled a much softer pass that was gathered in more often. Meanwhile, the East's third quarterback, Boston College's Jack Concannon, sat out the practice with a pulled left hamstring muscle. He is a doubtful starter. On another of the University of Buffalo's fields, where the Wsl drilled, Coach Bob be- vaney of Illinois passed out new I plays and then perspired as his I players sought to carry out their i assignments. They finally began to click, but not until near the end of the workout. Incuded were plays featuring the aerials of Baylor's Don ( Trull, rated the top collegiate ; passer in the last two seasons, and Nebraska's Dennis Claridge. Both have been named as possible starters for the West, Fort Hoocf Tops Fighting Bishops In 4-0 Contest FORT POLK (Spl.) - Alert baserunning and a two-run homer provided Fort Hood's tankers with a 4-0 victory over the Fort Polk Fighting Bishops Tuesday night in the first of a three-game series. The teams play tonight and Thursday night. The public is invited to attend. Randolph AFB invades Friday night and Saturday afternoon. Ralph Langford provided the two-run homer in the fourth inning when he slammed one of Doug Major's pitches over the right field fence. Hood's other two runs came in the sixth and seventh frames when hit-and- run plays results in men scoring from first base. 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