Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 12, 1972 · Page 24
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September 12, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

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Alton Evening Telegraph Tuesday, Sept. 12, 192 B-? Rules changes Markers Required: The placement of flags or soft flexible pylons is mandatory at the intersections of the sidelines with the goal lines and end lines as well as with each intersection of the inbounds lines and the end lines. Required Ball: A legal ball must l)e tan-colored with a 1-inch stripe 3 to 3'/, inches from each end. Stripes are required. Line-to-Gain Equipment: A measuring device other than a yardage chain may be used in fixing the time-to-gain and measuring the distance the ball has been advanced provided such devices have been approved by the National Alliance Rules Committee. Size of Numbers: It is now permissible to use jersey numbers larger than 10 and 8 inches on the back and front respectively. Fair Catch Signal: The only valid fair catch signal is extending and waving of one hand only at full arm's length above the head. Inadvertent Whistle: In the event of an inadvertent whistle during a kick or while a forward pass is in flight, the down will be replayed from the previous spot. Free-Blocking Zone Defined: Free-blocking zone is the name now given the rectangular area extending laterally 4 yards on either side of the spot of the snap and 3 yayrds behind each scrimmage line. Player Out-of-Bounds: A player or other person is out- of-bounds when any part of him touches anything, excepting another player, who is on or outside a sideline or an end line. This includes touching a goal post. Stopping the Clock for a 1st Down: The covering official is authorized to stop the clock when he declares the ball dead and the ball appears to have reached the line-to-gain Options Following the Fair Catch or Awarded Fair Catch: During a replayed down following a. fair catch or an awarded fair catch, it is permissible for the team to put the ball in play by either a snap or free-kick if a foul has occured prior to any change of team possession. Loss of Down During a Try: If a forward pass foul by a (causing loss of down) occurs during a try-for-point, or 'if there is any other foul by A and the try is not successful, no point is scored and there is no replay. Crackback Blocking Below the Waist: No offensive player, who is oulsido the free-blocking zone ;<t the waist in an area 3 yards behind each scrimmage line extending laterally from the side line to side line, if the block is toward the spot from which the snap was made. Using a Defensive Teammate to Gain an Advantage: It is unsportsmanlike for a defensive player to place himself on the shoulders or body of a teammate to gain an advantage. Illegal Participation: Unless a player was blocked or pushed into the goal post, the player who contacts a goal post or crossbar placed on the end line, is out-of-bounds and if he thereafter touches the ball or an opponent, he has participated illegally. Player-Coach Conferences: More than one coach may be on the field to confer with a given player, provided non- of the coaches nor the player is using phones, radios, or other electronic or power communication devices during the conference. Double Foul Defined: It is a double foul only if both teams commit fouls in 'the same live ball period. Penalties for Dead Ball Fouls: Penalties for dead ball fouls will be administered separately and in the order of their occurence, and cannot be part of a double or multiple foul. BIG TEN IN 71 Michigan Northwestern Illinois Michigan State Ohio State Minnesota Purdue Wisconsin Indiana Iowa Conf. W L T 800 630 530 530 530 350 350 300 260 1 8 0 All W L T 11 I 0 740 560 650 640 470 370 4 G I 380 1 10 0 Mascoutah looks for improvement Mascoutah's Indians, with 12 senior Itttermen among 14 returnees, should improve last year's 4-5 overall mark, which included a 3-4 record in the Mississippi Valley Conference. Coach Lyle Slater's crew was spotty throughout the season but finished with two wins to pull up into a fourth place late, sharing the spot with Highland, a team his Indians rapped, 13-0, closing outah's other late win was over Civic Memorial, 14-6. Slater's key losses were George Klimes, a fullback- linebacker; Peter Krauch, a running back who also doubled as a,linebacker; and quarterback Paul Riggs. Returnees are headed by Strub McCool, a senior back and two-year letterman. He's only 5-foot-4 and weighs 135 pounds. Other seniors with letters to then- credit include quarterback Greg Coleman, 170; end John Hale, 170; guards Dave Wombacher, 190, and Ken Hodrl, 180; tackles Mark Voudrir, 180, and George Komora, 175; centers Jois Albright, 185, and Jim Stukenberg, 175; and backs Wayland Harris, 145, Mike Tubbs, 170, and Chris Johnson, 180. Junior lettermen are Dale Friederich, 180, a middle guard, and end Bill Johnson, 185. Mascoutah's conference losses were to Roxana, 27-6; Jerseyville, 18-15; O'Fallon, 37-0; and Wood River, 14-6. Coupled with the .wins mentioned above, the Indians also downed Triad, 27-24. Mascoutah opened its season last year with a 24-0 whitewash of Dupo and then lost to Mater Dei, 18-12, to even up its non-conference action. Mascoutah opens Friday against Eiverdo, a new opponent, replacing Dupo. MASCOUTAH LETTERMEN: (14) Joe Albright, C, 185, Sr.; Greg Coleman, QB, 170, Sr.j John Hole, E, 170. Sr.; Waylnnd Harris, B, 145, Sr.; Ken Hopel, G, 180: ST.; Chris Johnson, B, 180, Sr.- George Komora, T, 175, Sr.; Steve McCool, B, 135, Sr.j Jim Stuken- brug, C, 175, Sr.; Mike Tubbs, B, 170, Sr.; Mark Voudrir, T, 180 Sr.; Dave Wombncher, G. 190, Sr.; Dale Friederich, MG, 180, Jr.; BUI Johnson, E, 185, Jr. SHOP FOR WOMEN — DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVER ENJOY THE GAMES IN STYLE & COMFORT! SEE OUR FINE SELECTION OF CAR COATS You can be sure of quality and style when you select your winter apparel from Phoeba Goldberg's. MASTER CHARGE • SHOPPERS CHARGE • REGULAR CHARGE FERGUSON AT WHITELAW—WOOD RIVER ' FREE PARKING IN DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVER, NO METERS Belleville West has the makings of a powerhouse With 18 returning lettermen, headed by three outstanding performers, a quick analysis might type Belleville West as a contender for the Southwestern Conference title. But the Maroons, according to coach Bruce Arnold, will have to develop rapidly at key positions to challenge. "We need six offensive starters and seven on defense/' he says, "and all are important positions to fill. Besides graduation losses, Arnold's task was further complicated by the tragic death of Mark Pearson. Pearson, a- defensive back, was killed in an auto accident. And Don Zeller, an end, has moved to Springfield, 111. But among his 18 assets (including three juniors), is left-handed senior quarterback Gary Mauser, who threw 16 touchdown passes in a 1211-yard assault. He averaged 4.3 rushing, adding four, more TDs in that category. Jim Hill, another senior returnee, caught 21 passes for a 20.8 average as a halfback and scored three TDs rushing. He averaged 4.8 per carry. Another of Arnold's outstanding returnees is Matt Bowman, a 203-pound guard- linebacker, known for his two- way endurance. Mauser, Hill and Bowman are tri-captains, and two-year letter winners. Jay Fields, a 195-pound fullback, averaged 4.1 rushing and was a good blocker, returns as a two-year letter m a n . Tackle Joe Baillargeon, a 210-pounder, will also be an offensive starter. "Defensively, we have no starters returning in the secondary and only one linebacker (Hill)", Arnold points out. "In the line we have John Poletti, Steve Bendick and Jeff Kroenig, leaving us with seven positions to fill." Kevin Rose, used primarily as a linebacker; Mark Alberts, halfback-cornerback; and Kent Randle, halfback- safety, are starting candidates. All are seniors. The Maroons swept to eight straight wins btfore suffering successive conference losses to Granite City (23-13) and East St. Louis (18-0), leaving them with a 3-2 SC record. Their conference wins came by the way of Alton, 20-14; Collinsville, 34-20; and Edwardsville, 27-14. Outside the SC, they defeated East St. Louis Assumption, 19-0; Belleville East, 26-8; and Belleville Althoff, 35-0. Like all of the league's coaches, Arnold agrees that the addition of Belleville East and Cahokia will make assignments tougher from week-to-week. He evaluates the league as "pretty even, with no easy teams. The schedule favors Granite City." Avoiding any mention of his Maroons, Arnold picks East St. Louis and Belleville East to follow Granite City in the parade. The Maroons will take on additional punishment with new foes Glenbard West and Hinsdale Central from the highly-respected West Suburban League. BELLEVILLE WEST LETTER-. MEN: (18) Jim Hill, HB-LB, 169. Sr.; Gary Mauser. QB, 184 Sr • Matt Bowman, LB, 203; Sr.; Mark Alberts, HB, 155, Sr.; Kent Randle HB, 155, Sr.; Jay Fields, 195 Sr •' Kevin Rose, LB, 165, Sr.;' Jeff Kroenig, T, 200, Sr.; Ron Hocking, C, 185, Sr.; Steve Bendick, G, 170. Sr.; John Poletti, G, 190, Sr.; Mike Ledbetter, T, 202, Sr.; Joe Baillargeon, T, 219, Sr.; Ed Callison, E, 160, Sr.; Joe Holtgrewe, FB-LB 190, Jr.; Don Barton. T, 215 Jr • Andy Ballard, T, 215, Jr.; Tom Sims, T, 210, Jr. BELLEVILLE WEST MAROONS Coach Bruce Arnold Sept. 15—Assumption Home Sept. 23—"Alton Awav Sept. 30—'Collinsville Home Oct. 6—'Belleville East Home Oct. 13—Glenbard West Home Oct. 20—'Cahokia Away Nov. 4—'Edwardsvllle Home Nov. 10—Althoff Home Nov. 17—Granite City Away N ° v - 23—East St. Louis Home ( )—Southwestern Conference Games , PRESENTS... WOOD RIVER Big Leg Pants by U|»er »ig belU ore blooming in Mule® Ml collection. Tight in right Inn nothing like u pair of 25" Kleplmm It, II. to trunk uround in. How about KOIIH-- lliing in between . . . The Utiggy, 30" '« of UII bonanza. IS THE REG.STEREO TRADEMARK OF THE H-K CORPORATE. ATI ANT*. GEORGIA

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