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The Knoxville News-Sentinel from Knoxville, Tennessee • 36

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-V fi rags a-4 itw Rasmus Nsw-Ssatimi -t Sunday July 13 1969 Good News for Middle Kell a I i cm iVcu? Effort Coach Says U-T Sports Camp: Little Work Lots of Play in fmJf Jack Johnson Henderson Tenn exaggerates his posture a bit while checking the poster that depicts now a youngster might look before getting a daily diet of exercise Ncws-Sontlnri Staff Ptistoi by lilt Ova YOUNG "My you're big!" Those must be the thoughts running through the mind of Randall Gotleib U-T camper whose head is framed by the arm of former 1 ennessee footballer Dick Ellis one of the camp's many counsellors FOSBURY FAN Stuart Taff young Chatta-noogan crosses the high-jump bar at Tom Black Track in "Dick Fosbury" fashion Boys at U-T's sports camp get instrutcion in many different sports including track All-Sports Hike Is Wet But Best Is Chocolate since the only source flowed through a mud bank boys drink it so I added some chocolate mix and we had Football games are held daily at Neyland Stadium The field is divided in half with four teams playing two-hand touch try to teach the boys the whys of the Cafego said If a boy thinks there was pass interference we tell him why the call didn't go his A track meet is scheduled Have 2 Planes ByDICKFARNHAM Nows-Sontksri Sporti Writer To the 350 youngsters attending all-sports camp Audry Hardy is the best soup maker around Hardy one of the Vol athletes counseling at the camp is a member of the hiking and camping staff Hardy led a group to the Smokies last week and found the experience rewarding and amusing "We found that Husky Gap is an isolated spot where paths cross As soon as we made plans to set up camp it began to Hardy said tried to got the tarps up for shelter but the stakes wouldn's stick in the mud By the time we finally got the tarps up it had stopped Hardy said that the group get any fresh water three A to fc El tl A a Cl a IT Ol a Si ti SI J1 I Si 0 It was one of three overnight trips Hardy supervised in a week Hikes are scheduled daily Activity begins daily at 7:30 am with reveille A foil schedule including inspection swimming football tennis golf track softball meals and rest periods runs until 8 pm Night activities are divided into group meetings special entertainment movies and council fires before the boys retire at 9:30 pm Hardy said boys follow such a busy schedule that most of them stay up any longer if they wanted Hardy said that he has never Bussard Is Coaching Divers Too By ROLAND JULIAN Football player Paratrooper football coach track coach swimming coach What's next for Ray Bussard? taking his first fling at coaching divers If ever been off a three-meter board before it likely was In the form of a or Ray claim to have been a diver Lots of people around the Southeastern Conference claim he a swimming But somehow he's managed to win the Southeastern Conference swimming championship for Tennessee in less than two years Some gave credit to Roy Tateishi graduate-assistant who was outstanding as a stroke coach (breaststroke butterfly backstroke) and to Ken Hall who has a law practice and coached parttime Now Tateishi is moving ahead to a new job with a stock brokerage firm in Florida Hall wants to spend more time with his family and his law practice At the present Bussard has no help When he found his help was leaving Bussard was somewhat frustrated He'd had no replacements but suddenly he's started enjoying a new facet of coaching the divers la a ha confessed realty enjoyed working with them this summer never gotten te know the divers this wen Two-time SEC 1-meter cham-pioa Bill Ferry sophomore Ed Collins and freshman Skip Hamilton Pittsburgh candidate who signed with U-T in May have worked regularly under Bus-sard's critical eye takin' 'cm to Louisville for some real competition (the National AAU meet Aug 7-9)" Bussard chuckled worked hard and all three have a full list of dives from each level (1-meter and 3-meter) That's something we'd never had before during summer practice" Bussard said right now that Collins appears to have the edge at both levels he has really worked hard Skip ia coming along well too but an inner-ear infection has affected his balance and flowed him down a hit" He thinks his divers will be stronger than ever as a group but Ferry is on the border academically So are some o( SEC 500 and 1650 freestyle champion Mike Naber SEC 100-yard breaststroke titlist and All-American Jim Baer backstroker Steve Gilliam and All-American sprinter Dave Edgar Edgar is one hour shy of the number of hours needed but is taking correspondence work were In about this same shape a year ago but things worked out all nM Bussard don't look good but if wa get everybody back in harness I think well be right In there te challenge Florida Bussard felt that Florida had somewhat of an edge over U-T in recruiting but hie thinks has some fine talent and have to attempt to develop some 200 and 500-yard freesty-lers out of what we have" Florida he said has more depth in talent and also will get back diver Mike Chalbwk who won the SEC 3-meter crown two years ago and freestyler Steve Macri Newcomers to the U-T team are Hamilton (diver) breast-stroker Richard Knmiek (Hillside III) breaststroker-individ-ual medley swimmer Murray Grenier (Pinecrest Fla Prep School) sprinter Bob Long (Flint Mich) sprinter Henry Green (Baylor School of Chattanooga) sprinter Bob Patterson (Hollywood Fla) and All-American butterflyer-sprinter Marc Gilliam younger brother of UT backstroker Steve Catholic High Boosters Meet Catholic High's booster club will meet at 7 pm Sunday at the school Officers will be elected Bob McCabe reported Frwn Where Ybu Are With What You Hava EVER WONDERED WHAT YOU ARE WORTH TO ANOTHER COMPANY? Yau may be Batisflad with yaur present pasWan but awe it te yaurealf te oak inta the position wa havo ta offer In requesting on interview submit resume stating personal history education business expoHsnce Writs: PO lex 6070 Knoxville Tenn 19714 A-A Guard Cagera Claim Volleyball Tide Davis Injured By MARVIN WEST NmtalM Sports WrHsr AO over America football coaches are playing golf checking the stock market or fishing with file youngsters July is best-suited for that But Doug Dickey is off the trail a little thinking football Kell is going to be said Tennessee's head coach been thinking back to the last four days of spring practice I liked what 1 saw in the movies Chip win line up at guard and Mike Bevans at center when we begin Ken is the key man In what figures to be a better offensive line foan the one which carried the Volunteers to an 8-1-1 record and that day of disaster In the Cotton Bold Dickey didn't say the line would be better He rarely talks about potential prefering to wait for the results line appears to be physically stronger than last said the coach "And even with the loss of three seniors it is more experienced than this time a year ago" Even in July you can close your eyes and see Chip Kell about 255 or 280 exploding off the footbaU with Curt Watson running in his tracks realty to cut off the block when Chip has gone as far as he can go The reason for moving the best center in the Southeastern Conference to guard is that he have enough to do at center Too many times last season -Chip would hand the football to the quarterback and spend the next few precious seconds looking for somebody to block Opposing defenses would not cooperate Rival coaches would not give up a middle guard by putting him on Kell's nose dost believe there Is a stronger college lineman in the country than Chip said Dickey could be aa All-American center and he can be an All-American guard He has so much strength He has done things in games and on our practice field that nobody else has Dickey said the key to Kell being an All-American is this that he perform up to his capability play after day quarter after quarter game after game what we expect our All-Americans to do" said the coach Dickey said the Tennessee offensive front would likely begin fall drill as it ended spring practice Kell and Don Den-bo at guards Steve Robinson and Joe Balthrop at tackles and Bevans in the middle might still be a scrap at one or two said Doug Fulmer Jim Moss and Gaylon Hill are good enough to help along the way They might put the heat on TALL Tom Boerwinkle led the eighth floor to the Carrick North volleyball championship in UT intramurals The championship match wasn't even close 15-1 15-3 Boerwin-kle's partners in the wipeout were Bill Justus Donald Dod gen Scott Schricker Rod Su-song and Jim Sams The losing third floor included such strong talent as linebackers Jack Reynolds and Manley Mixon BOBBY DAVIS is supposed to come home from Fort Sanders Hospital today The oldest son of Tennessee football assisatnt Bob Davis suffered serious arm cuts in a collision with a glass door a few days ago JIMMY HIGDON baseball manager and a counselor in the UT All-Sports Camp is going to the Army A couple of campers thought is would be nice to have a going-away party so they came up with a cake and "He's a Jolly Good STEVE BIRGER Illinois state champ in the discus and one of the top prep prospects in the country has indicated he will join the Tennessee track program Steve is 6-3 and 205 and has thrown the discuss 182 feet PHIL RUNDLE of New Orleans is the favorite in a 36-hole golf tournament for U-T campers The crowd tee off Monday at Lambert Acres Phil is a near-par shooter Fox Fight Set Saturday A special fox fight is scheduled Saturday at Fox Den Teams will be determined by a draw All entries must be in the pro shop by 8 pm Friday Entry fee is 15 A nine-hole ladies day is set Tuesday at 9:30 am a junior golf clinic is slated at 2 pm an 18-hole ladies day event is set Thursday and Junior competition is scheduled Wednesday and Friday Golf Corner Mrs Wynn Cherokee Event U-T Sports 3 to 27 By DICK FARNHAM The U-T sports club program has undergone a phenomenal growth since the opening of the Student Aquatic Center in the fall of 1967 were three clubs (ice hockey soccer and snow skiing) before the SAC opened and we expect 28 or 27 clubs fall quarter" said Doug Archibald sports club director SAC officials are in the process of buying a ski boat for water skiing and a sail boat for the Sailing Club have 54 members in the flying club and two rental planes strictly for club use Each time we get an additional 20 members another plane is made available" Archibald said Archibald and staff are planning an all-out effort to enlist students in the gymnastics and Dolphin Club fall quarter Robert Unger former Olympic gold medal winner Instructs the ice skating club at the Ice Chalet Archibald said is one of our most Al Deane Hill TOE-TO-TOE Robert Cooke a member of the Midget Group runs toe-to-toe with his reflection at Tom Black Track after one of the many summer rains of late covered the Tartan surface Happy Brew heard a boy say that he have anything to There is no real discipline problem at the camp Hardy said "If one of the boys does get out of line we make him do pushups I feel that this helps the boys to learn that discipline is the key to athletic George Cafego Vol assistant football coach said try to teach the boys that they must be honest in all their activities whether on or off the AUDRY HARDY 'Soup-er-visor Racing Jay Ray Sees Light NEW YORK July 12 Ul-Neil 1 1 a Gleaming Light grabbed the lead at the start and staved off the stretch surge of Claiborne Farm's favored Jay Ray to win the 981150 Dwyer Handicap by a head at Aqueduct Saturday King Ranch's Distray finished third followed by Mrs Ada Godspeed and Ogden King of the Castle in the 1-mile test for 3-year-olds that was timed in 2:04 Gleaming Light paid 91180 9440 and 9360 Jay Ray returned 9280 and 9280 Distray paid 9320 ALL AHEAD nipped Chateau-pavia by a nose and won the Rockette Stakes at Rockingham Park in Salem NH The winner returned 9960 96 and 9320 Cha-teaupavia paid 9820 and 94 and Imbibe was 9260 to show SHUVEE came from last to first in the Cottillion Handicap at Liberty Beil Park in Philadelphia and set a track record of 1:431 for the 1 l-16th-mile race In winning the Triple Crown for fillies Shuvee paid 9280 9240 and 9210 Class Is Out returned 9420 and 9210 for second and Secret Verdict paid 9210 for third MR CLINCH going good in the mud won the Rosemont Stakes at Delaware Park by more than four lengths over Honey Taylor The winner paid 9380 9280 and 9240 Second was worth 9740 and 9440 True North returned 9360 FIGONERO upset heavily favored Nndouble in the Hollywood Gold Cup Handicap at Inglewnod Calif Poleax was third The Argentine import won 9102000 and paid 91320 9440 ami 93 Nodouble paid 9260 and 9220 and Poleax returned 9320 Mrs Wynn won the 18-ranked second and also had few-hole women's golf event atst putts Cherokee this past week Mrs Dewitt Shepherd was second and had low putts AT DEANE HILL division winners in the nine-hole group were Soup upcoming cross-country season GOING to concentrate on the mile relay next Hardy said think that we have a fine chance for the national record Gary (Womble) and myself had muscle pulls late last season and we still finished third in the NCAA I think we'll be ready to take on UCLA or anybody else after the indoor season" FC Trims Reds in 8 Innings Fountain City pushed across three unearned runs in the eighth inning to defeat West Knoxville Reds 3-0 yesterday at Bill Meyer Stadium in a Senior Connie Mack game Larry Straun singled to drive in two of the runs and David Hickman got the win on a four-hitter Robbie McCabe garnered two of the losers' hits BILL MIYEB: TIM WM KrmvMs tacks ceptarad a l-a victory over Cat WaSnr Many Staloy IrloM rloM Hit kaUam al Mo sixth aaS icons aa a wM pitch 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Parly past Ma Utah 1S-2 whim Barry Nkkal oak Mnrklltir hstarl Ma Hapl avar Ma Cammanckoi 14 in oMs' taflkad Ma Cards rt-trotyl Ma SwoHowi 11-11 and Ika Larks emued Ika Jan 4-5 Tom Schumpart (FCA) Gian Claiborne (WK Sortoma) Mill Vomer (NK Liam) Ray Davidson (Norwood Kiwanis) )2: 10-Chuck Spoon IRotaryi Bat Sharpe (WK Scrtama) Pannall (TS) Rato Smith (WK Sortoma) David Trover (SK Roiary) Jt Moore (Sertoma) Waller baut-m (WK Sortoma) Roger Andcnnn (TSI 17:33 A Galyon (Rotary) Rod Ballet (FCA) Stewart McCrotkay (Rotary) jo McKenry (FCA) 12 Amlm Jahntlon I Bearden Liens) Bob Gatbreata (SK Sartama) William Winter (Exchanga) Hubort Webstar (SK Opt) Rotati Gm Many (Yt Harrison (Y't Mtn) Man) Starttr'l Trine Louie Smith (Eschanao) Ron Wwtton (WK Rotary) Lumpkin (NK Lions) Thomas Hardin (bcardsn Uons) 1: 12-Bob Johnson (FCAI Kd Andtrlan (Sortoma) Naal Branch (Sartania) Bill Foley lExchanae) I'JD-Dr Dan Balt Fr I inni rrles Lltlta (CMtan) Dr Carl Krister (FCAI Jlln Mtu Bill Fogarty (Salfinwn) Frad Sbnpbard (Salesman) John Fogorty (Saleo-men) Bill Caury (Kiwanis) I'X-Kn Hatdrid (FCA) John Goodman (EK Dpt Riley Andorson (OR Rolaryl Dwiihl os sol iSa'esmoni llm Floor (Rnlnr'l Jim omhnll (SK Opll Harman Sims ISK Opll Charles Gla (FC I Ion-1 Johnson IWK So- nnia) id is1 O'l -s I ISK Opt) John Hlrks (Ro'ari mips neh Rotary) John Lions I Frod Bakr- IEK ss -Her INK I D'l'i Gar sail (IIS Kwnnisl Emmett Vaughn ISK Palcryi Maivm Mil- tar (TS) McKinnon (OR 'Join- i I 2: 14-Dale A Teague (Pirtarv) i Danlan IScrtamal Geara (Ser-tamo) Jack Westbrook (WK Serlamol I Technical Society rei I tawshlp o( Christian Athletn North 'Side Ktamnlsj -Brar-tan sv West Knoxville: SK South Knoxville FC Fountain lly NK i North Knoxville OR Rotary-Oak Ridge today at Tom Black Track Each Sunday after devotional services a meet is scheduled in one of the sports HARDY thinks he will spend the rest of the summer in Knoxville He has been offered a desk job at Morrill Hall and hopes to get in some running for the dubs Grow in 2 Years popular clubs and Unger is one of the finest instructors in the The Equestrian Club is in the process of building their own stables on private land An effort to purchase university land did not materialize Eight clubs are active during the summer sessions They are: canoe and hiking equestrian flying scuba sailing sports car trap shooting and water ski The Trapshooting Club will hold a meet July 25 at the Volunteer Rifle and Pistol Club Trophies will be presented to the winners The SAC supplements greens fees for all students at Whittle Springs Any student can play 18 holes on weekdays for 75 cents and 9125 on the weekend Regular fees are 9125 for nine holes and 92 for 18 holes on weekdays and 9250 on weekends Archibald's office is sponsoring tennis horseshoe table tennis shuffleboard and putting tournaments in the near future Winners will receive a transistor radio Tuesday's starting times: Ira In Ion ITS) Ronnl Laihor (NSK) Joan Black (Klwank) John Caul-far iKiwnnk) Sockoy Davll (TSI abort Lay Jr (Roiary) Julian Iannis Allan (NSK) Broca A Monroo ITS) 0 Johnson (NSK) Loon Foash-Horrlr a (Rotary) Chariot Bill Slakes IB Liam) irrlnglon (NSK) o-w Yandall (Rotary) AtcCord 1 Dale (OR Roiary) Frank IWKR) LtlliaS Dollar I Rotary) Kanby Smith IWK Roiary) Ellahuan Wayman (Kiwanis) Story (SK Roiary) Dam Jr (WK Rotary) Lao Wind lor (Rotary) Jamas Reran ji Brawn (Scrtama) CacH Hughes I Non Klwank) Jim Marihall IFCLtam) Clinton Campboll IRotaryi George Tampat (Salesmen) Donald Marik (Kiwanis) I Sltocr (Kl Morris (Rotary) Shorrlll Mitchell lOpflmlri) Chartoi Rymor (Harwood Klwaniil Jim Hasson (Sonoma) Mat Baker ISK Rotary) John Hart Robort Scott Jr and Jamas Buoti (Civ Itan) William Marlin (NK Lions) John Crabtree (TS) Campboll McCord (TS) Cody Landlord (Kiwanis) Bock (Satatmen) Ntara (SK Oat) Haraca McCloud INK Liant) Jr JoNiten (WK Roiary) Slartti'i lima Sanayn Roblnioo (OR Rotary) Jack Cunnlnqbam (SK Opt Grog Blofcomblp (SK Rotary) Hubort Foi-tar (NK Ltaat) Ralph Srooki (Ralaiy) Jack Wlthonpaon (Klwaniil Doug Ftah INK Rotary) Sab Hinas IFCA) Frank Opdvn (FC Ltan) floppy Jonn (TSt Bob Crawford (Yt Stan) Lanai Chapman (Nor Ktaramt) London Fox (TSI Ancll Sltvey I0R Rotary) Harry Blkbo (Vt Menl Sill (NK Ltaat) itartw'sTli 10: 54-Rrijrii Cax lOptmrist) RabertC- Itrillng (Sortoma) Bsb'Jackson Tom Morvey (OR Rotary) BHI Trimble (Sriesnwn) mo) Bob Jackson (SK Opll din (Baardtn Llano) Willie (Kiwanis) Rad Williams (OR Rotary) Jim Ataxandar (Kiwan's) 'mo True-lay (WK Kiwanis) DU IMridga (Klwon-Ml Ed Ballty (Kiwanis) Kiwanis Is Target in Civic Club Golf Tourney In nine-hole play Mrs A Timmons was first followed by Mrs Sam Newman Mrs Rich ard Wynn had low putts A TEAM composed of Mrs Gene Hartman Mrs Luther Davis Mrs George Fielden and Mrs Robert Stormer won first place in Holston Hills' 18-hole event with a best-ball 60 Second-place team included Miss Mary Ruth Asquith Mrs Jim Rose Mrs Ray Wethington and Mrs Luther Davis Mrs Warren was medalist with an 85 Four tied for low putts MRS DAVID WILSON won Beaver 9-hole event Mrs Richard Schroer had low putts Mrs Richard Craig was tops in the Callaway System Mrs Evelyn Arsenault took second and Mrs Schoer and Mrs Avery Norris tied with Mrs James Ledford for third MRS FRED HANKINS was medalist with four-over-par 81 to pace 18-holc action at Beaver Brook With play based on individual par quota Mrs Robert Rose took first place Sharing the No 2 spot were Mrs David Wilson and Mrs Buddy Pike Mrs Robert Marsh had chip-in WINNERS of Deane Hill's mixed two-ball event were Mr and Mrs Joe Jones with a plus seven Second were Mr and Mrs Norman Griffin plus 6V5 and Mr and Mrs Steve Bleier were third with plus six Mrs Willoughby (1) Mrs Murphree (2) and Mrs John Fogarty (3) Mrs Willoughby had low putts MRS ROSS WALKER took top honors in 18-hole action at Maryville Green Meadow Trailing were Mrs Haydock Miller and Mrs Robert Becker Putting honors went to Mrs Glenn Flack In nine-hole action Wallace Hills golfers were guests Mrs Ben Kiser Mrs Cates Mrs Ted Sherman and Mrs Paul Coulter were GM leaders and Mrs James Lee had low putts For Wallace Hills Mrs John Farmer Mrs Wallace Hunt and Mrs Kenneth Knight were leaders Low putts were won by Mrs Farmer BAYS Twilight event was won by Gene Walkup and Mrs Claude Burkhart a plus 3 Mr Burkhart partnered with Mrs Pete Holt to take second place Dark Mirage Is Destroyed After retirement it was olanned to breed her with Dr gcr 1958 Horse of the Year jt the mating was never made The target for Tuesday-Downtown Kiwanis the team area civic club golfers wil be shooting at in the 21st annual Frank Gar-ratt Memorial Civic Club golf tournament at Deane Hill Downtown Kiwanis has a streak having captured the championship the past two years Some 130 players will participate at Deane Hill playing golf from 8:30 am until and then attending an awards banquet also at Deane Hill The tournament is sponsored by the Knoxville Rotary Club and A Galyon is the director job he had held for many years David Traver will head up the crew and members of the Technical Society will assist Frank Garratt originated the tournament In 1947 in a move to get all the civic clubbers in die area together for one Mg day He directed the event until Me death ia 1158 The tournament has a new team this the Fellowship of Christian Athletes NEW YORK July 12 UV-Dark Mirage rated the best three-year-old of either sex in 1968 was destroyed at the Ocala Fla establishment of the Tartan Farms earlier this week Dark Mirage first ever to sweep the New York Triple MBS at IPF U7FI MFBC Cr0Wn 0r fillie1 retired MRS ALICE WELMERS fired earljer this year because of a -amoid injury When medica- Wh wlprn8S to relieve her of Mrs Ed Whaley Mrs William the intene he Thomas and Mrs Jim Marshall stroye(li the Teegraph ex- fook team honors Mrs JX paini Swanson Mrs Frank Reynoldsi and Mrs Shirley Maples were I1" nn ihm umnH nlsr tnam Mrs timC-i U(1 C8TOCO 362- on the second place team Mrs Whaley had low putts MRS RAY GUIY took first place in nin-hule play at Hoi ston Hills Mrs Jack Copeland.

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