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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FOOTBALL SPECIAL—PAGE 15 Panthers Have 10 Veterans Lettermen Fill Spots Behind Line .leiseyvitle football conch Joe .hirluinin, beginning his I2ih year al the holm of the p.-inlhers, greeted n solid nucleus of 10 letlermen as his charges prepare for their opening gi'id encounter with Murquetie on Sopl. 13. The only Independent high school I earn In the Alton area, Jersoyvllle turned in a 5-3-1 record la.st year, the identical murk of 1961. A practitioner of the single wing, <Iurkanin't* panthers will be depending on the running prow- i>ss of halfbacks Maurice Williams and .lim Trash, ami fullback Craig Whit. Inch. The reluming veterans are: finds Barry English, 6-0, i I4<>, senior and Dave Kaftus,! fi-1. IS2, senior. ' Tackle E'd Weiglor, 6-4.. •J23, senior. j (iimrds - Mike Pitchford.j r.-8, 154, senior; and Mike Simpson, 5-10, 153, Senior. Center — Pepper Martin 6-0, 192, junior. Quarterback — Ray Smith, 5-9 v;, 176, senior. Halfbacks — Maurice Williams, 5-8, 150, senior; and Jim Tra.sk, 6-0, 151, junior. Fullback — Craig Whitlock, 6-1, 190, junior. Among the outstanding prospects are Jim Sinclair, a 5-11, 157-pound junior guard; Bob Kuebrich, a 5-10, 178-pound junior guard; Herb Watson, a 5-10 168-pound junior tackle; and Bill Rolando, a 5-11, 182- pound junior tackle. , Senior end John Mun- ! sternum, who lettered at that position a your ago, was Injured in an automobile accident recently and will be lost for much of the season if not the whole year. Carl Crawford, former Jer- .seyville and University of Missouri star, has joined Paul Mc- r;«rvey and Lorin Roberts on HIP Panther coaching staff. : Jurkanin, a graduate of Knox College in Galesburg, couched five years at Staunton in all sports before joining.; th<; Jerseyvillc staff In. 1952. j .Since then Jer.seyville hus' had only one losing season, a: 4-5 year in 1959. The Pan- <n».»r.s have won 66 games, lost 28, and tied five for a .667 winning percentage under Jur- • Itanin. In tfl53, his second) year at the helm', Jurkaninj led the Panthers to a perfect !M) record. : Jurkunln owiis it nius- terx degree from the University of Wyoming. Last year, the Panthers defeated Klneaid, Civic Memorial, Staunton, Gillesple and) PHtsfiold, lost to Carlinville.j JuckKonvUip unt j wood River and tied Roxana, i There urn two change* J i" the l'uiitli(>r calendar | for IOOS. Marquette re- j place* Kineiiid-in the first gum« of the seuttou mid i>liulitiOn renifuwN PlttNticld in the WIUHOII'H fiiuile. PANTHER VETERANS As Joe Jurkanin begins his 12th year for the Jerseyville Pan- Weigler, Craig Whitlock and Pepper Martin. In the front row thers he has 10 lettermen hi camp to carry the load this year, The Panthers host Marquette Sept. 13 hi their opener. The hack row includes from left to right: Jim Trask, Dave Raftus, Ed are: Barry English, Ray Smith, Maurice Williams, Mike Pitchford and Mike Simpson.—Don Hayes photo. SCORE A Jack Daniels or Crosley Squire OUR BEST SELLER *8.88 Reg. $12.95 Sizes 3 to 12 • Black Tan' Beys' Casuals SA OO and Oxfords 4.OU TO $8.88 WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 K. Broadway THE ALL-AMERICAN SHIRT POCKET RADIO PIULCO T-63 WALT BLACK'S SPORTING GOODS 540 E. BROADWAY ALTON We outfit the teams with Quality Athletic equipment May Each Team have a successful season. Walt Black Bud Cronk After the Marquclte game, Jer.seyville hosts Civic Memorial Sept. 20, then visits CarUn- vUle the following Friday. • 1'rfcisioii Tuning • Privuttt Kur Speaker >laok • I)*.-* r<'iilf(flit Battorloa ONLY $14.95 EBBLER Complete Home FuriUshors «6(MJ State, Alton, HO 6-16W • See You After the Game! • STOP IN FOR A DELICIOUS •HAMBURGER, only 150 V Hot Dogs ....... 20cj Cheeseburgers . . . 20e • Chili ........... 25c Hot Dog w Chili . . 25c A French Fries ..... 12c Grilled Cheese . . . 20c i Fish Sandwiches . . 35c Cole Slaw ....... 20c WOODY'S Self Service DRIVE-IN 2708 GODFRiY ROAD Dully 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to Midnight WOKZ 100.3 M.C. 100.3 M.C. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL BROADCAST SCHEDULE "live" s and Direct "Play by Play" Alton High 'Redbirds' — Marquette 'Explorers' Sept 13—8:30 P.M.. Quincy at Alton Sept. 20—8:30 P.M.. .Marquette at Alton Sept. 27—8:00 P.M.. .Alton at East St. Louis Oct. 4 — 8:30 P.M.. .Granite City at Alton Oct. 11—8:30 P.M.. Me Arthur at Alton Oct. 13—2:30 P.M.. .Marquette at St. L. U. High Oct. 18—8:30 P.M.. Ed wards ville at Alton Oct. 25—8:00 P.M.. .Alton at Belleville Nov. 1—8:30 P.M...Collinsville at Alton Nov. 2—8:00 P.M... Cathedral at Marquette Nov. 8—8:00 P.M.. .Alton at Wood River Nov. 16—8:00 P.M.. .Alton at Hannibal, Mo. Rebroadcasf on fa/lowing day ON WOKZ-AM r Sponsored by: Adams Development Co. Alton Savings and Loan Association Logan Dairy and Drive-In Springman Lumber Co. .SAVE FOR RlilUUliNCli.