The Salina Journal from ,  on August 22, 1965 · Page 14
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Houston's New Coach Accepts Challenge By Mike Ratbet Associated Prm SporU Writer HOUSTON (AP) - "The players are going to have to leam to build their lives around us, not we around them," said Hugh (Bones) Taylor of the Houston Oilers. "We have to have some kind of discipline and that's what we're working out." And so Taylor has accepted the biggest challenge in the American Football League, re placing Sammy Baugh as head coach of a team that had a morale problem last season and landed in the Eastern Division cellar with a 4-10 record. But Taylor has decided to crack the whip and he minces no words, even discussing indi vidual players such as tackle Scott Appleton and defensiw ends Gary Cutsinger and Don Floyd. "Appleton will be in shape and he won't weigh 2CO pounds,' Taylor said. "I'd rather hav the speed than the weight -- e're not selling him by the i age, xund. Cutsinger and Floyd like last le pay but they don't seem to ke the hours. "We're going to try and make very one realize that they hose professional football be- :ause they wanted to play," he ·ontilined. "We don't want them o ;'ust come out with us and hen go to their off-season job. Ve want them to know they're here to play football. Want T« Win "We want to win because we feel it's contagious and 1 think we can get the effort and desire to correct the situation thai came about last year." The situation that came about last year resulted from a wholesale house-cleaning that left the club with a rookie-studded lineup, led to disaster! on th« field and the resultant break down in morale. On the field the key will be the ability of 37-year-old George Blanda to keep firing despite his or of Don Trull, a rookie year, to mature quickly enough to step in and take over the quarts-backing duties. Blanda and Trull have excellent receivers in top draft choice Larry EtVtins, who has ecn slowed by slight shoulder Gory Marshall Boards Plane For Home Sunday W1NSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) --Former professonal baseball pitcher Gary Marshall, blind and wrapped In a plaster cast, will board a plane on » stretcher Sunday to head for his home in Hutchinson, Kan. Marshall, 19, was injured In an automobile accident June 20 at Salisbury, where he was a rookie pitcher for the Salisbury Astros of the Western Carolinas League. The accident killed a teammate and a Salisbury girl who had accompanied them to movie. Marshall is charged with manslaughter, but the parents of he victims have indicated they will not prosecute. Marshall's flight home will be iboard an airplane owned by Dillon Grocery, a chain of Midwest grocery stores. Marshall's r ather, Allen Marshall, serves as superintendent of an ice cream plant for a Dillon subsidiary. About $2,000 was raised to defray Marshall's hospital expenses by a benefit baseball game in Hutchinson. Another $1,000 was raised in a benefit game between Salisbury and the Gastonia Pirates. separation, and veteran Charley lennigan, who finally has reached camp after a lengthy contract dispute. With Charley Frazier at split end and Bob MeLeod at tight end, the Oilers are well fixed in that department but with Hennigan and Elkins question marks, the top flanker candidate is 5- foot-9 Sam Weir, a rookie out o| Arkansas State. The running back posts will go to Sid Blanks, a rookie last year who finished fourth in the league in rushing and seventh In pass receiving, and either two veteran*--Charlie Tolar and Jack Spikes. Top guards Sonny Bishop and Bob Talamini gave the Oilers a formidable duo in the front line j w H h John Krnngillo at center and Rich Mtchacl and Walt Suggs at tackle along with rookie candidates Norman Evans and Max Williams. Besides Cutsinger and Floyd, the defensive front four will In- Caveness And Coan Are Hurt KANSAS CITY ( A P ) - Halfback Bert Coan ami rookie linebacker Ron Caveness probably won't be able to play in th? Kansas City Chiefs' exhibition garni; in Oakland Sunday. Both were hurt in last Sunday's San Diego game. Coan suffered a pinched nerve when h* was fackled after carrying a pass 17 yards in his only play of the game. Cav^ness has a knee injury. Coach Hank Stram, depending heavily on Coan as an oulside runner, had hoped to sharpen him up in the exhibitions. Although this is Coan's fourth year as a pro sine* leaving the University of Kansas, he has seen little action, mostly because of injuries. "I thought by this weekend we \vould have given Coan six quarters of work," Strain said. "What has he played so f a r ? One quarter against Denver, one play against San Di?go, and now probably nothing against Oakland." Salln* JcHjmlTPl TS} NBC Baseball WICHITA, Kan. (AP) -- Bob Warren pitched no-hit ball for six innings and the Indianapolis Electrics defeated the Nassau Islanders 8-0 in the National Non-pro Baseball tournament this morning, eliminating the Bahamai team from th« ment. The gam« wag called at UM end of six and one half innia0 under the tournament nil* says an eight-run lead at that point in a game constitute* a victory. Indianapolis Nassau . . 330 100 1--· 10 4 000 000 x-0 · I The Fnendly StOfe 137-145 So. S«nt« Do you need another em- ploye? Hundreds of readers are luoking through the clcssi- tied lids every day. Phone TA 3-D3G3 and an ad-lakcr will help you with your ad. Remember Our Giant PARKING LOT SALE TODAY SUNDAY, AUGUST 22 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. elude 37-year-old Bud McFadin and Ed Husmann with Appleton expected to press McFadin. The linebacking is strong with Danny Brabham, Doug Cline, Johnny Baker and rookie Bobby Maples. The defensive backfield may be short veteran cornerback Tony Banfield, who will miss the entire exhibition season because of a broken bone in his left hand. Pete Jacquess, a rookie last year, is the other cornerback with Jim Norton figured to shift to Banfield's post. The safeties are Free Click and W. K. Hicks. fright New Gymnasium Herington high school will have new gymnasium for basketball and phys ed classes this year. Gymnas- ium seats 1740. Related pictures on page 24. (Journal Photo) Seven Salina Freshmen To Play KWU Football ALWAYS RRST QUALITY LIMITED TIME ONLY GO! GO! FOREMOST BIKES REDUCED! req 39.98 reduced to (First of a series on Kansas Wesley an's f o o t b a l l prospects for the coming season.) Seven Salinans have informed Gene Bissell, athletic director and football coach at Kansas Weslcyan, they plan to attend KWU and play football this fall. Four of the seven played for the Salina Mustangs last season who shared the Central Kansas league football championship with Junction City. From the Salina team, are Mike Malone. 5-9, 200-pound guard; Alan Fahring, 5-8, 155 pound halfback; Dennis Culley 5-8. 150-pound halfback and Tom Olsen jr., 5-10, 160-pound quarterback. The other three are Jack Rickerson, 5-11. 155-pound halfback who played high school ball at Assaria; Rex Janzen, 6-0, 180-pound halfback from St. John's Military School and Carlisle Bergquist, 5-9, 165 - pound halfback. Janzen played high school football in Wichita but did not play at St. John's as the Cadets do not have a football program. "We think this group of boys are as good as we could possibly get," Bissell said. Salina high school's two football skippers, Kaye Pearce, head coach and Les Toburne, his assistant, are former standout players for the Coyote and jthcy predict a fine future for Malone In the Kansas ence. The Salina coaches said they confer- has recovered from a knee injury. Culley has received the Heart o£ America Lions Club did not see how Malone could miss. Fahring and Culley were the "mighty mites'- of the Mustang backfield air 1 were often referred to as 1 'scoring twins". They packed a mighty wallop in their small frames. Ken Cochran, K a n s a s Wcsleyan's basketball coach, said "Fahring is one of the best competitors I have ever scon." Fahring suffered a broken leg during the last, football season academic scholarship and the Sportscasters scholarship. Bissell said Olsen will be used as quarterback or defensive halfback, "lie's mighty tough on defense," the Coyote boss said. Bissell also said h« plans to have his Coyotes throwing the ball more this season and will utilize the running talents of Faliring and Culley together with Olsen's throwing arm. (Next: Kansas freshmen who have indicated they will attend but is sound again and Culley(KWU and play football). 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