Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas on July 17, 1971 · Page 10
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1/t A THE ABILENE REPORTER-NEWS IU-A Abilene, Texas, Saturday Morning, July 17, 171 ACC Gridders Eye Fall Workout Date Abilene Christian College's!three-mile in 21 minutes or un-iliad better do it, if they want to fall football candidates are look-jder. That's an average of seven ing toward Aug. 19 with anxietyiminutes a mile -- and that's a - or fearfulness. jpreHy fast pace for a lot of That's the day 1971 fall drills jfootballers. Say, like a 250-pound open. It's not the actual begin-!tackle. Or even a speedy scat- ning that has the footballers up back. tight, it's the test they will face on that first day. All those reporting for workouts on Aug. 19, veterans and newcomers alike, must run the Coach Wally Bullington feels Be able to run three miles in 21 minutes," says the coach. Four gridders, all living in Abilene this summer, have found time to work at their regular jobs and also get in regular workouts in preparation for foot. this distance running is a good ball Tney are fu iiback Wolf"The Bullington Three-Mile." way to test the condition of his troops. "We gave them a schedule of summer workouts to do on their own and they know they Coach's Comments By BILL PRINGLE Albany High School THIS ARTICLE is not intended to in any way belittle the coaching profession, but with the thought of maybe helping us as coaches to be a little better prepared for the coming football season. In a few days several thousand coaches throughout the slate will descend upon Fort Worth for the 1971 Texas High School Coaches' Clinic. The major topics discussed there will be personnel, techniques, offenses, defenses, weight programs, etc. What Coaches Have to Offer There is one area of imp o r t a n c e that somehow usually escapes discussion by the selected speakers and even the individual coaches -- that q u e s t i o n being, "What will I as a coach have to offer the young men under my guidance?" As you first glance at this question, it seems rather easy to 'answer, but further analysis brings about deeper meanings. Fortunately, I have had the privilege of being associated the past few years with a coach whom I believe projected and lived the life of a true coach, one whose standards were set high for his athletes, yet nothing he himself couldn't live out in his own life. There are coaches of whom young men can proudly say, "I'd like to be like him." On the other hand, they might say,"Why should we train when our coach doesn't?" These values are real to young people with whom we work. Loyalty is stressed by all coaches to their athletes, but does the coach keep confidential those things his boys' share in confidence with him? Moral and ethical standards -- Coaches stress high standards for their athletes, but does the coach live up to the same moral and ethical standards he teaches? Sacrifice -- The coach stresses complete sacrifice by individuals and team alike, but does the coach give his all to prepare his team for that weekly encounter? Religion -r- The coach stresses regular church attendance, but does the coach set a good example by going regularly himself? C r i t i c i s m -- Coaches stress that no athlete criticize another, but does the coach use judgment in criticism both from a negative and positive sense? Partiality -- C o a c h e s stress that athletes think as a team not being partial, but does the coach let outside pressure i n f l u e n c e his coaching? Big Spring Golf Set BIG SPRING - The 40th an nual Big Spring Invitational Golf Tournament, originally set l week earlier, has been resehed' uled for Aug. 28-29. The winner will be determined over 36 holes of medal play at NORTH.SOUTHGIW1BATTLE Cage Tilt Tonight players square off here Saturday night In the 1971 Girls North, , ,, ,,. j--., - - ul g| lb lu mi, * v - - - QJ V^alTVll ^ouui.niaRG;i *v*v« Big Spring Country Club.| Soutn A11 star basketball game Gan( i v O f Hivercrest (Bogata), iiHtrm titlict \e David PrifA . . ~ * · » - , _ _ · ~r r*nnimn WOLFGANG HALBIG . . . running four miles gang Halbig, defensive end Chip M a r c u m, quarterback David Brennan and linebacker Kelvin Keele. Halbig, the enthusiastic Air Force veteran, is going after daily drills in a big way. The native of Germany runs the swimming pool at the Dyess Officers Club, teaching lessons and also getting in some swimming exercise in the mornings. He works 40 hours a week and works out every night. Halbig is running four miles every other evening, doing quick starts and sprints, riding a bicycle, lifting weights and playing catch the other afternoons. I do it because I want to be ready," said Wolfgang. No second team for me. I want to start." Halbig, who now weighs 208, says he wants to play at 205. One of Halbig's workout companions is Brennan, the quarterback transfer from Tyler JC. Brennan is doing a lot of throwing, but has cut his running down to about two and one-half CHIP MARCUM . tough summer job miles a day. "I was losing /^ m ^ weight running four miles," he said. "I know that no matter school District has resigned. what kind of shape you are in, you are never quite ready for the three-mile. It's not easy." · Brennan, who will be in tough competition for the quarterbacking chores and the place-kicking Aspermonl Loses Coach ASPERMONT (RNS) - Jerry ant ) ]j ne coaci {or A s p e r m 0 n t independen Allen is resigning to go inti business with his father in Clif ton. Allen coached the Aspermon track team to a District 7A vie tory last spring. Also on the Defending titlist is David Price, )dessa. Exactly 100 players compet- 1 in last year's event. Date of this year's meeting vas altered to avoid conflict with other area tournaments. The annual First National Bank cup matches, which offers competition between a local earn and an out-of-town delegation, is booked for Aug. 27. The tournament is one of the oldest on the West Texas tournament trail. in Brownwood C o l i s e u m ueginning at 8. Top area entrant will be iv««_TM Cameron Davis of Canyon, Betsy Janda of Abbott, Teresa Ivie of Follett, Jackie Lawrence Sanford-Fritch, M a r t h a Smith of Glen Rose. IUI nvtuno «··« T- ji..,* The game will highlight the 1971 Girls Basketball C o a c h e s Association clinic which began Thursday. Wylie's Nita Cowan who was a three-year starter and 1970 All| State selection while leading her team to one state championship. She will be joined by Susan Mansfield of Princeton, Doris Tribble of Grandview, Anita Burgess of Hale Center, Joyce Wilcher of.Koondike in Lamesa, Cathy Wilson of Petersburg, Newcombe Gains Net Semifinals WASHINGTON (AP) -- Wim-i faults in the second set and go bledon champion John New- n only one-third of his first combe of Australia downed Andres. Gimeno of Spain in a hot, ^umid battle Friday and moved into the semifinal round of (he ?50,000 Washington Star International Tennis Tournament. Newcombe, top-seeded here, defeated the unranked Gimeno 6-1, 4-6, 6-4 on the public clay courts in temperatures of 90 degrees and with a humidity of more than 50 per cent. The Australian had a relatively easy time in the first set but by his own admission he . ran too much because he did mail El Shafei of Egypt.6-1,4-6 not tliink that Gimeno's victory over defending tournament match of tne lower bracket, champ Cliff Kichey of Sarasota, Fla., earlier this week, would take him to three sets. I didn't think it was as hot job, has been throwing about i5Uj team i ast spr j ng were two young as [ t -~ i, Newcombe said af . passes a day and doing light! · ··«-· ·-- -'-·- ' "I had to unwind myself and get into a rhythm," he said "My body felt fatigued, but not my muscles. I would hit one ball and then say to myself 'No, not another'," Newcombe wil seeded Marty Evanston, 111., in the semifinals Saturday in his quest for the 510,000 first prize. All finalists received at ?2,500. Riessen defeated unseeded Is- face eiglsth- Hiessen of semi- least 6-4 in the other quarter-final Record Set CERVINIA, Italy (AP) Italy's Alessandro Casse set a imen who qualified for statejterward. "I was sprinting. Itiworid record Friday for one ' place-kicking. "There's dial- cornp etition lenges everywhere," he says, superintendent W. C. Robin- quarterback and Sonny Iposition. BILL PRINGLE . , . Albany High grid coach Maturity -- Coaches stress that their young men act as men in all situations, but does the coach show maturk ty when a bad call is made or defeat is eminent? Are we man enough to admit we are wrong when in reality we are? Respect -- Yes, even coaches stress that respect or team closeness is a must if you plan to be a winner, but can you as a coach share in the tears of defeat or the joy of victory with your own team with true emotions? Last, but not least -- lead- dership. Do we as coaches have the ability to come back after defeat and teach our team to have pride that · we were not defeated but time just ran out? There are many other attitudes that a coach can offer his team, and the more a coach can offer the better his team will perform. The coaching of young men is definitely a rewarding profession where money is not the reward -- but the closeness and affection you share with these young men. I'm truly proud to be a part of this profession! Jenkins Paces Own Victory CHICAGO (AP) - Ferguson Jenkins walloped a home run and coasted to his 14th victory behind a 16-hit attack Friday as the Chicago Cubs routed the Philadelphia Phillies 11-2. Ron Santo's two-run homer, BIG SPRING-Pairings have ihis I6(fr of the season ' f? ot t h e been drawn here for (lie 1971; Cul s started in the first inning District 3 Little League Tourna-j after Glenn Beckcrt got the T 1 ": 3 TM 'i' 163 " 1 GVent which ! first of his four singles. LL Pairings Announced y) returns as the kicker. I'm, ust hoping for a chance." Brenan's weekday job is roofing! louses, a chore that should get lim use to the West Texas sun. Marcum, with a reputation as he team's toughest lineman, irobably has the toughest summer job of any. Marcum is working on the new apartment complex going up on the north side of Abilene. And his labor -- digging ditch- s. "That's about all I've done| tested handicapS) accord j n g to thus far," says the former Odes-j Lewavne Harris _ Handicaps will sa Permian star. About 10| also bg used in the 35 hole best hours a day. It tones the mus- jball medal play tournament. PIPS 5n tn sneak." I Entry {ee WJI1 be $5 per team . was like running a mile race kilometer (1,093 yards, 2 feet) and sprinting the first half." ski descent with a flying start. i Newcombe said the pace in| Casse flew over the distance! 'the first set caused him com- at an average of 114 miles peri plications in the second because hour to break the previous! the heat caused his head to record of 113.5 MPH held by! throb. He served three doubleljapan's Masaru Morishita. Hosts Meet The Lazee Tee Par-Three will host a women's handicap part- n e r s Ji i p tournament Tuesday and Wednesday. Golfers will be flighted by at- cles, so to speak. Marcum is now running a mile a night and says he will pick up the tempo, gradually j working up to three miles. He's also doing a lot of short sprints and starts. . Keele is another who has aj summer job that keeps him fit.j He's doing carpenter work and! says that "decking a house alii day will make the sleep good at night." : The ex-Burnet High standout has started two miles of running four days a week and doing sprints and starts on alternate days. All four gridders are indeed having a busy summer, working and working out. But in their daily thoughts is Aug. 19 -- and that three-mile run. They're determined to pass the test. A shotgun . Of the teams entered, seven homer of tne vear and e 'S nln »f will represent Midland while the | his career to open a two-run olher four are based in Bigithird. The Cubs put the game Spring. One game nightly takes iw ell beyond reach with four ' MCarver c DJohnson Ib Monlsnri cf Money II Gamble rf Vukovich 3b CShort p Brandon p ately south of the city on US! 1 TM slxln ' Highway 87. First round pairings: Big Spring International vs. Midland Tower, Monday; Midland N o r t h e r n vs. Midland Northwestern, Tuesday; Midland Weslern vs. Big Spring Texas, Wednesday; M i d l an d. Eastern vs. Midland Southern, J T h u r s d a y ; and Big Spring i American vs. Midland Central FrlllaV ,, '' . I,' ., , ., Big Spring National drew first round bye and will not play! until Saturday, July 24. Jack Barber, the District 3 administrator, will double as tournament director. 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