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M Golesburg Register»Moil, Golesburg, Ml. Monday, Auo. 19, 1963 Baltimore Needs Bodyguard For Veteran Johnny Unitas BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI)« What the Baltimore Colts need most is a bodyguard for quarterback Johnny Unitas. They could also use a few good runners to take a lot of the heat off Johnny's passing efforts. And the task of finding just the right men is the main preoccupation these days of Don Shula, the bright 33-year-old new head coach who replaces Weeb Ewbank this season. For the past few years, ever since Alan (The Horse) Ameche retired, Unitas has not received the pass protection he once enjoyed during the Colts' 1958 and 1959 National Football League championship seasons. Joe Perry has done a good job at fullback in ball-carrying but he has not been the blocker Ameche was. Others have been tried at that position and been found wanting. Acquire New Fullback So, before the start of this season the Colts acquired 226-pound GOOD BUY STATE FARM INSURANCE GOOD GUY rOR AUTO, LIFE & FIRE INSURANCE BUD NELSON 7 W. Main 342-4816 J, W, Lockett from the Dallas Cowboys with the hopes that he can do the job of keeping enemy rushers off Unitas' back. In pre-season games Lockett has alternated effectively with Perry and it looks as though J.W. will wind up with the starting job at fullback. As for the running halfback assignment, Shula will have to depend on the same personnel as last year but he expects to generate more yardage by beefing up the line blocking and by use of more varied backfield formations. Lenny Moore, starting his eighth NFL season, will get the first call at running halfback. The 190-pound Moore may not be as durable or as elusive as he once was but he remains a two- way threat as a runner and pass- catcher. Behind him is Tom Matte, who executes the Paul Hornung-styled pass-run option play well. Shula has installed four varied backfield formations and also has made frequent use of men-in-motion plays during the pre-season period. Rookies May Help Two rookie players could improve the line-blocking. They are Bob Vogel, 232-pound Ohio State tackle who was Baltimore's No. 1 draft choice, and John Mackey of Syracuse, making a strong bid for the tight end position. Vogel's development has enabled the Colts to return 275- pound Jim Parker to guard, where he won All-Pro honors. Parker was shifted to tackle last season in an emergency measure to provide better pass-blocking. If all these moves work out, the Colts should strike a better balanced attack. Last season they went through the air for two- thirds of their total yardage. Baltimore has a wealth of pass receiving talent. Flanker Jimmy Orr and split end Ray Berry are Unitas' old standbys, along with ' Moore. R. C. Owens also is avail Tire$tone Safety Service TT able as a spare. Mackey, a good long -pass receiver, is battling the veteran Dick Blelski and rookie Butch Wilson of Alabama for the tight end spot. Sound On Defense Defensively, the Colts are sound everywhere except perhaps at tackle, where Billy Ray Smith has retired. Gino Marchetti, a perennial All-Pro, and Ordell Braase are fixtures at end; Bill Pellington, Don Shinnick and Jackie Burkett return as linebackers, while Andy Nelson, Jim Welch, Bob Boyd, Lenny Lyles and Wendell Harris man the backfield positions. Fred Miller, 240-pound rookie tackle from LSU, has impressed on both defense and offense. Two other good-looking newcomers are linebacker Butch Maples of Baylor and defensive back Jerry Logan of West Texas State. BRAKE ADJUSTMENT Just sny"Charge It"... Take months to pay fire$fotte NEW TREADS APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE NARROW OR WIDE OES16N TUBELESS OR TUBE-TYPE 4 FOR 49 Plus tax and 4 trade-in tires FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK' 1 fur fdbt tffitient f 're, Brake and Alignment ^rrviic By t xperla with Precision Equipment 111 f. Simmon* - 343-3179 - Galesburg, III. Major League Box Scores SECOND GAME NEW YORK abthbl Kubek Rich'on Tresh Blanc'd Reed Howard Pepit'e Lopez Boycr Bouton Renitf 3 1 5 1 4 1 4 0 0 0 4 2 0 1 0 0 CHICAGO ab r hbl 4 0 2 2 Landis McCraw H'shb'er Ward Carreon Nichol'n Hansen Weis Horlen aRobs'n DeB'ere bFox Wilhe'm cMax'ell 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1111 Totals 34 8 11 7| Totals 31 4 8 4 a—Popped out for Horlen in 2nd; b—flied out for EteBusschere in 7th; c—Doubled for Wllhelm In 9th. New York 030 001 004—8 Chicago 010 000 003—4 E—Ward. PO-A—New York 27-10, Chicago 27-11. DP—Kubek and Pepitone, DeBusschere, Hansen and McCraw, Ward, Weis and McCraw. LOB—New York 7, Chicago 9. 2B —Howard, Ward, Hansen. HR— Howard. S—Bouton 2. SF—Weis, Howard. ip h r er bbso Bouton W, 16-5 ..M'a 8 4 4 7 4 Reniff — — Va 0 0 0 1 0 Horlen L, 6-4 2 3 3 3 3 0 DeBusschere 5 4 110 2 Wiihelm — —2 4 4 2 2 0 WP—Bouton. PB—Carreon 2. U —Chylak, Haller, Carrigan, McKinley. T—2:33. A—44,659. HOUSTON ab r h bi Span'er Runn'ls Wynn Bate'an Staub Aspr'te Lillis bWce'y Fazio Brown aSmith W'de'k 0 0 0 MILWAUKEE ab r h bl 4 110 4 0 10 3 4 4 2 Maye Boiling' Aaron Math'ws Oliver Menko McMill'n 3 0 Crandall Spahn 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals31 2 7 2| Totals 30 3 7 3 a—Singled for Brown in 8th; b— popped up for Lillis in 9th. Houston ...COO 010 001—2 Milwaukee 000 200 lOx—3 E—None. PO-A—Houston 24-7, Milwaukee 27-14. DP—Boling, McMillan and Oliver; McMillan and Oliver. LOB-—Houston 5, Milwaukee 5. 2B—Maye. 3B—Wynn. HR —Fazio. S—Staub, Menke. SF— Bateman. ip Brown L, 4-9 7 Woodeschick 1 Spahn W, 15-5 ...9 h r er bbio 5 3 3 1 3 2 0 0 0 2 7 2 2 1 1 U—Gorman, Landes, Sudol, Forman. T—1:47. A—9,322. SECOND GAME CHICAGO 1 CINCINNATI ab r h bl Rose 4 0 10 Skinner 3 0 0 0 Pinson 4 0 0 0 Robin'n 2 0 0 0 Keough 4 0 0 0 Brock Hubbs Willia's Santo Burton Banks Ranew Gram's Toth ab r hbl 4 2 2 1 4 0 0 0 4 2 3 2 4 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 10 Edwards 4 0 10 Carden's 4 0 2 0 Neal Tsitou's 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 aCole'an 10 0 0 Worth'n 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 4 8 4| Totals 32 0 4 0 a—Grounded out for Tsitouris in 7th. Score by innings; Chicago 000 20 1 001—4 Cincinnati .-- 000 000 000—0 E—Grammas. PO-A—Chicago27-12, Cincinnati 27-11. LOB—Chicago 3, Cincinnati 8. 2B—Brock, Cardenas, HR—Brock, Williams. SF—Banks. h r er bbso 4 0 0 3 2 5 3 3 0 5 3 110 0 iP Toth W, 4-8 9 Tsitouris L, 8-6 —7 Worthington - r .__2 U—Pryor, Smith, Secory, Jackowski. T—2:14. A—22,217. READ THE WANT ADS I SAILING SOVEREIGN—A billowing spinnaker gives an Oriental look to Sovereign, British challenger for the America's Cup as she makes trial sail on Scottish coastal lochs. Boat Companies Headed for Showdown at Auto Speedway By WM. TAYLOR McKEOWN DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (NEA) —On a lake inside the high banked oval of the Daytona International Speedway for automobiles, a fleet of boat companies is headed for a showdown of its own. How fast can a boat go? How much gas will it use? What is the best size propeller? Will the controls operate smoothly at full throttle? Which cruise speeds are most economical on gas? These are characteristics that boat buyers want to know. Twelve boat builders and the manufacturers of Interceptor and Volvo marine engines have asked Bill France, president of the National Association for Stock Car Racing and the Speedway, to run a series of tests on their 1964 models and certify the results. All will use the popular new inboard-outboard drives. * * & No boat is expected to turn up speeds like the 181.5 miles-per- hour lap record and straightaway blasts of 200 m.p.h. turned in by cars around the track. But NASCAR's instruments can read up to any speed a car can go and down to one-thousandth part of a second. They should have no trouble with runabouts. In the past, builders — and later owners — have enjoyed claiming their boats would go faster and burn less fuel than Dallas Cityan Treats Team To Supper DALLAS CITY — The White Sox, managed by Wilbur Terry, became Dallas City's 1963 Little League champs by defeating the Orioles, managed by Kenneth Sallee, by 11-3. The team was entertained at a pizza supper by Louis Gualtieri at the Italian Village. Present were Dennis Olson, David Olson, Matt McBride, Had Gracey III, Mark Cerione, Alan Terry, Marvin Anderson, Bill Thomas, Merle Cox, Bobby Derry, Mike Bergmeier, Eddie Bergmeier and Terry. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! others. Two years ago NASCAR technicians ran the first Daytona boat tests and started some inde pendent standards for the indus try. The builders aren't towing boats in from throughout the country to find out which is fastest. That's for racing. Unlike cars, most pleasure craft models are designed for different kinds of waters and families. All-out speed is no longer important. So, NASCAR tests will certify performance capabilities. * * * Test driver Jim Black will make passes through Lake Lloyd's quarter - mile traps and around the one-mile course past photoelectric speed timers while a fuel expert aboard monitors gas flow consumption meters. Bill France and his son, Speedway supervisor Bill Jr., will be checking their timers and technicians with special interest. Racing and testing is their business, but during evening hours they like to head offshore for the slow speeds of fishing. The Frances are looking forward to the first look at the reports. Like so many other boatmen, they want to trade up to a higher performance rig. Players to Stage Sit'Out SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) Four Oakland Raiders plan to stage a "sit-out" Sunday at Mobile, Ala. when the American Football League team meets the New York Jets in an exhibition. The contest involves more than football to the four Negro players who told Coach Al Davis they would not enter the stadium unless all seats were integrated. The four are halfback Clemon Daniels, offensive ends Art Powell and Bo Roberson, and defensive secondary man Fred Williamson. Daniels is the Raiders' prime running threat. Powell and Roberson are the team's top receivers. Williams was all-league last season as a defensive halfback. Davis said the four had told him early in August they would not play at Mobile as long as there were segregated seating arrangements or any other discrimination against Negroes. Davis said he would not press Pro Football By The Associated Press (Exhibition Games) NATIONAL LEAGUE Baltimore 21, Cleveland 7 New York 24, Detroit 21 Green Bay 31, Dallas 10 Minnesota 27, Los Angeles 3 AMERICAN LEAGUE Kansas City 35, Oakland 21 Denver 31, San Diego 25 them to play. "They're intelligent awn," h« said, "They know what's important to them. I'm speaking as a man rather than their coach when I say I don't blame them for what they believe. As a coach I can only say I won't penalize them." As of Monday, the seating arrangement at Mobile would permit Negroes to sit only in certain sections of the stadium, Ink Contracts ST. LOUIS (AP)-The St. Louis Hawks of the National Basketball Association announced today the signing of Bob Pettit, Cliff Hagan and Len Wilkens. • tmm mm mm mm m I Like I to have {PLENTY . I of • ; VACATION MONEY I end your billt paid betidtt I | Up to '800 | I Thousands use our Go Now • —Pay Later plan. 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