The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 8, 1967 · Page 17
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 17

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w THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Page B-S Friday, September 8. 1967 r'illiam D. Zehler, head coach Waynesboro Area H i g h lool, is complaining. So what ; is new? ehler, whose Indians are al- ys among the strongest of the State League teams, had it her good squad last year, ig for the league crown, and ning up with an 8-1 record, ut this year Zehler is not imistic. He lost virtually his ire team to graduation, in- ding virtually his entire line, ood end in Gary Armour, and excellent back in Gary Ma, a 5-10, 175-pounder who is ng to VPI on an athletic scho- ship, as are a few more Inn grads. n the line. Zehler lost Sam ope, the starting center, a ), 160-pounder, Steve Wood- g, a 5-11, 190-pound guard, rry Schmidt, a 5-11, 173 - ind guard, Fred Zirker, his gest boy at 5-10 and 220; 1 Mel Kendall, another end. n the backfield, Zehler lost rry Read, the 6-0, 180 pound arterback, and Daug Dennis d Joe Moore, a 5-10, 165 pound 1'oack. Although Zehler certainly did njt like to lose Head, he has an adequate replacement for him in Jake Sweet, a 5-11, 205 pounder. It's the backfield losses that hurt the most, however, a n d have forced Zehler in pre-season drills to gear his attack strictly to the passing game In one pre-season scrimmage, Waynesboro totaled up 160 yards in the air behind the passing of Sweet, but could manage only seven via the ground. The lack of quick running backs has forced Zehler to call UD reinforcements from his ayvees, including Dennis Hade, a m pounder, in an effort to get backs with agility and with the ability to hit holes with speed. Hade has impressed the coaches, as has a brother. Richard. 170, a lineman who will probably see plenty of action Defensively, Waynesboro also lost heavily Mason and Joe Moore shored up the defensive tm'kf'eld rnd John Devlin and Fred Zirker, both 220, added the usual heft to the Indian line. He also lost his biggest defensive lineman. Bill Getting, a 5-11, 240-pounder. Also lost were Steve Woodrmg and Mel Kendall, the defensive ·2iids. The losses have left Zehier worried. But even more troubling has been the knee injury suffered by c9-captain and 220- pound tackle Tom Beck. Beck was also injured last year and his absence could hurt the Indians both offensively and defensively Behind Sweet is Rick Blubaugh, a 6-1, 175-pounder up froir a good jayvee team Zehler says the Indians are not as fast in the backfield as they were last season, but he hopes to use more of a power attack this season to contrast with the 60 per cent passing display used last season. He says the key to the line is Beck, and Beck's knee. ''I think all he needs is to exercbe it," said Zehler. "but if it does not work out, then we are in trouble." Added to the problem of the slow backfield is a shortage of good receivers, although Zeh- This Could Be The Year The Rebels Put H Together 1 WATER SPECIALISTS Austin R. Keyser, Inc. Rt. 7, Frederick, Md. 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DST TO-WIT IN PART: 2 new fast hitch No. 251 two row corn planters with fertilizer attachments, Schulte shredder attachment for baler, 3 bottom McC-D plow, corn planter and cultivators for Cub tractor, truck and good dump body, 2 wheat blowers with 10 and 15 h.p. motors, 2 grain augurs, platform scales, new barb wire, 2 new compressors and motors for coolers, new machinery New Idea machinery parts, McCormick-Deering parts and repairs for late and older models of all types farm machinery, new discs, new plow shares, landsides and mold boards, new sweeps, shovels. V-belts and pulleys, mufflers, machinery paints, chains, generators and starters, tires, tubes, rims, new shovels, scoops and hand tools, new drill discs, miscellaneous items remaining, not listed. TERMS--CASH on day of sale. Not responsible for acci- South Hagerstown has not had a good team s ; nce Phil Petry left for the green pastures of the University of Maryland five years a?o. But this mav be the year that the Rebels put it all together « n d come up with a good sea:,on. South did not have a good ·.eason last vear. The school came up with a 3-6-1 overall record, and wound up with a 2-4-1 slate in the Tri - State League. At quarterback, C9ach Bill Maletzkv has a returnee, Jimmy Horn, a 5-10, 160 pound senior who is rated as a good passer and i fair runner. He will have a veteran backfield Uehind him, consisting of Bill Seltzer, the wingback in Maletzkv's offense, a 5-11, 180 round 'etterman; John Koogle, the running back, and Charley triggers, the running back. The fastest back is Ralph ihank. Although weighing only a 150 pounds, he was a starter in SoutVs first game, but broke his arm in that contest and did rot see action the rest of the v?ar He was second in the 220 yard c'ash, and although bothered now by a pulled thigh muscle, ne should play a great deal this reason. Maletzky's biggest lineman is Marlin Duibin, a 6-2, 225 - pound tackle. Other standout lineman are Uabe Fqraone, a 6-2, 180 - pound senior tackle, Fred Papa, a 5-10, dents. LLOYD .1. JONES LOUISE H. JONES, Owners BOWLIS AlCTION SALES SKKVICK K M M K R T R. BOVVI.l'S. Auctioneer BOWLLS A L K X A N D K R . Clerks Lunch Served AUCTION ANTIQUES Held at Frederick Fairgrounds, Farm and Garden huild ing on Kast Patrick Street, Frederick, Md.. on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1967 AT 11:00 A.M. TO-VVIT: ProperU of Mr. VVm.. R. Q u \ n n , formerl residing at his toric Arm-lung: Victorian loveseat and thr-e chairs. 8 dav English grandfathers clock in oak. French suell front hanging corner cup- l.oard. Hepplcwhite inlaid swell front side board, 3 hutch tables, one is ver\ earl\ ello« pine. French 17th Centurv 2 pc. curi.i cabinet inlaid w i t h mother of pearl. Hepplevvhite w i n g hat-U chair, French Provincial l i v i n g room suite, French solid dooi 9 ft pine corner cupboard, ualnut slant top desk on legs ( r a r e I , large gold leal mantel mirror, French Provincial arm chair Victorian side srltee, 2 pine blanket chests, mahoganv curio shelf desk pine china cupboard, overstuffed platform rocker, poster rope bed, solid seat bench, chest of drawers, softwood kitchen table. \ a r n w i n d e r , brass fireplace tools and screen, i maple d r a w i n g desks, child's lap desk, 2 sectional bookr-asex earl\ Pa. blanket chest, some modern pieces, etc. also several boxes of unlisted old glass and china and curios, bric-a-brac. etc ProperU of Mr F.dward I). Shriner. Jr. of Frederick. Md. 8 Hepplewhite inlaid dining room chairs w i t h needle point upholsterv seats. F.mpire mahoganv high chest with suin«niK mirror. Fmpire sola w i t h blue v e l v e t upholsterv, 7 ft. long w i t h matching pillows, mahogany butlers t r a v . Sheraton oval top 3 drawer sewing cabinet, upholstered rocker, cupboard w i t h paneled doors, ladder hack chairs, mahoganv drop leaf coffer table, low bureau with large mirror, 2 pairs oval gold frames. .1 pair gold frame prints, other pictures and frames, small gold frame mirror. 2 rush seat hickory ladder back rockers. Ogee mahogan.v mirror 2'xr, Japanese trav, 3 stands. 2 upholstered loveseats. lamps. 108 pieces flat silver in forks, knives, spoons, etc. also silver serving dishes and odd pieces, candlesticks, 2 large crystal candlebra. 5 candleholders, some china. 2 lap robes, blankets, old china plates, etc. Modern--2 t w i n low poster beds in mahogany comolet,-, i twin Hollywood beds complete, upholstered chair w i t h loot stool, telephone stand ?nd stool, rocker, cedar chest. Duncan Phyfes dining room table for 8 people, lamps, blankets, linens glass and china, etc. Added: i old rifles, one shot gun. miscellaneous items not listed. . . . Sorrv Hue to si/e of sale, no additional consignments can be accepted. This is a fine sale of some verv nice pieces. In spection on Friday F.ve.. September 15th. from 7-9 P.M. an.l day of sale. Sale held under cover, lunch served. HOWLUS AUCTION SALES SERVICE Phone WS-1881 Frederick. Md. F.MMF.RT R. BOWl.t S. Auctioneer L. BOWLIS A K. ALF.XANDF.R. Clerks IriO-pound senior guard; and Jim Whittaker, a 5-7, 180 - pound tackle. The ends should come from among Mike Koontz, a 5-8, 170- pounder, Mac Banks, the tallest at 6-24, 165 pounds, Ralph Stoner, and Mickey Calhoun, up from the jayvees. Another one to watch is Ron- rue Shoemaker, a junior who is pushing Banks for a starting slot. His defensive backfield will be Augmented by Teddy Hart, a 5-8, 165 pound letterman. The rest of the defensive team will be taken from the offensive barters, Maletzky thinks. The Rebels have been working on both the running and passing game in hopes of showing a balanced offense to what is regarded as a rough schedule. Malet?ky cal's his quarterback a "good one," and his line average, with size at tackle and ends, and height at the ends. "Horn should be our leader," says Maletzky, "but, aside from that, we can't tell anything, ler admits that this will be improved as the newcomers gain experience. Zehler summed up his squad, after a long interview, by saying that his outlook is "not as bright as last year, but, we're not complaing." That's a change from one end of a conversation to the other Sept 9--South Hagerstown 15--at Frederick 2j- at De'jne Catho'ic :0- Thomas Johnson Ocl 7 Westminster u -MartmsBurg 50- at Norm Hagerstcwn 5 7 - a t Car isle Nov 4 at Chambersburg n -- a t Central Dauphin Jurgensen's Arm Will Be Watched By Redskin Fans Westminster Rebuilding Maletsky is in his fourth year as coach of the Rebels, having served in that capacity since the school opened. Sept 9--at Wayresboro 16--Brook'yn Park 22--at Westminster 30 --Martmsburg Oct 6--at Allegany 13--at Thomas Johnson 2i_Fredenck 2 7 -- F o r t Hill Nov 3--at Howard County 10 -North Hagerstown LUMBER MILLWORK BUILDING SUPPLIES HARDWARE T O O L S P A I N T THE CAVCO BUILDING CENTER 301 N. Market St. Dial 662-1980 Sandy Koufa-: led the Los ·\ngeles Dodgers to a pennant with a sore arm. The question in Washington is, can Sonny lurgenson do the same thing lur the Redskins Jurgenson began having trouble with his throwing arm last season and it has continued to bother him into preseason play ihis year. But the Redhead still expects to play. With a healthy Jurgenson, the Skins, who finished 7-7 last year under Otto Graham, appear to oe a definite title threat. They have three of the best receivers in the game in Charl-1 cy Taylor, Bobby Mitchell and J'jjrry Smith All three were a- »nong the top ten in receiving last y'ear. Taylor, converted from halfback in midseason last year, managed to lead the league in receptions. He has moves that would make Sally Rand jealous. Mitchell is always a threat to team up with Jurgenson on the bomb, while tight end Jerry Smith has some if the surest hands in the game. The passing will be even better with the acquisition of quar- t?rback Jim Ninowski from the Cleveland Browns. In the Skins \\in against the Giants, he looked like the old Redhead him- pelf. This year the Redskin running attack should also improve. Kookie Ray McDonald showed in the Patriot game that he has ,he power to be a big ground gainer this year. Battling him tor the fullback job will be A. D. Whitfield who came within 28 yards of gaining 500 yards last year. Joe Don Looney has looked ^reat in preseason play. He has both the speed and power to become one 3f the great ones in the game as long as his attitude remains good. Halfback Steve Thurlow has =hown s'ens of brilliance, while Jerry A'len has also looked eood. On the offensive line the Skins have some toush veterans in tackRs Mitch Johnson and Jim Snowden guards Vince Promuto tnd Rav Schoenke and center Lou Hauss. Sept 1 7 -- a t Philadelphia 24 at New Orleans Oct 1 - New York 8 Dallas 1 5 - a t A t l a n t a 22 -- a t Los Angc es 29- Baltimore Nov 5 -St Louis 12 San F r a n c i s c o 19 at Dallas 25- at C l e v e l a n d Die 3 Philadelphia 10--at Pittsburgh 11- New Orleans Westminster High head coach Earl Hersh, his ranks hit hard by graduation, will have to pull some strings if the 1967 Owls are to match last year's fine overall record of eight wins and two defeats. Kersh, who will be starting his fifth season at the WHS lielm, guided his team to a share of the Tri-State Conference crown with Waynesboro and Frederick. Each had a 6-1 log IP loop play. Gone from that array are halfback Rick Eyler, Maryland's , all-time schoolboy scoring champion, along with quarterback George Spencer and the heart of the line-Larry Seachrist, Tom Galloway, T o m Jones, Joe Slert and S t e v e Bosley, Eyler's season total of 171 points on 24 touchdowns and 26 PATs broke the Maryland scholastic record set by Bob Stach for Southern High of Lothian in 1965 Rick won the conference individual point - race in a breeze, with 111 markers. "We are going to play platoon football this season because we have a lot of players with average ability," Hersh stated. · We'll go with a wing-T on offense and multiple - defensive system. We hope to hold our own in conference play, with North Hagerstown and Frederick the teams to beat." There are six lettermen on the 10 - man Westminster roster, wrich includes 19 seniors, 17 juniors and four sophomores. All of the letterwinners are seniors. Hersh may be in for trouble in the coming years with cnly four lOth-graders. Hersh's offensive unit will be small, averaging around 168 I ounds. Sam Luther and Mike i Wicks, a pair of sophomores, have nailed down left and right end respectively. Ervan Hare, a 189-pound senior, has won the ··.glit tackle assignment with sophomore Neil Evans pressing senior Reed Muse for the left position Senior Doug Rebert (150) appears set at left guard, while two juniors--Steve Y i n g 1 i n g and Bob Flickinger--are fighting for the berth opposite Robert. Neil Gagnon, another 12th- ^rader, will be at center. Hersh says the quarterback ;ssignmcnt is up for grabs between senior Rick Smelser and junior Bob Schaeffer. Smelser stands 59 and weighs 145, while Fchaeffer goes 5-11, 157. Buzz Shipley and Brace Cowan, a pair of senior tetter ·vinners. should strengthen the Owl backfield. Cowan (5-«, 1S2 i , at wingback, with Shipley ,5-10, 169) and either Junior Tom Smith or Tommy Dent at the running back slots. Hersh is high on Dent, a 5-7, 165-pound sophomore. "You'll hear more about this boy," the Owl mentor noted. Defeasively, senior letterwin- r.er John Magee and junior Richard Houck will be at the ends. Another mh-grade letterman, Harry Fogle will handle left tackle and Joe Boone, a junior, will be on the right. Senior John Rinehart is capable of filling either spot. Senior Greg Saylor (157) is battling juniors from Tom Lewis (213), Chuck Cobey (186) and Oave Wire (149) for the defensive guard slots. Sept 8 --at Gettysburg 15--at North Hagerstown 22--South Hagerstown 29 --Bel Air Oct 7--at Waynesboro 13--Howard County 21--at Delcne 27--Martinsburg Nov 3--at Frederic* 10-- Thorras Johnson Best of Luck TO Frederick "CADETS" AND Thomas Johnson "PATRIOTS" ON THE COMING FOOTBALL SEASON The "CADETS" AND "PATRIOTS" USE Railings - Mac Greagor - Riddell FOOTBALL EQUIPMENT FROM SHIPLEY'S inc. 123 NORTH MARKET ST. :»u Brummell AJ"-Three di m o n d s on a p,e. clear face e w e l s Yel low or white 189.95 i ; 1 You don't just wear a Bulova. 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