The Campus Chat (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, October 5, 1956 Page: 4 of 4
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The Campus Cha*
Friday. CM. 5, I9$6
Eagles Try for First Victory Saturday
In Home Game With Navy Grid Club
Linemen Do Hardest Work/
According to Star Halfback
by JIMMY JONES
"Well have to outh untie them or
they'll heat. us."
That's the word from Coach
Odu Mitchell at he and hi -ttaff
prepa re the Flock for its home
opener at Koutu field Saturday at
Th - KukIci will l e facing a tal-
lent laden Han Dieiifo Naval Train-
inu center team that ha" recruit*
from Oklahoma, EMU, UCLA. Cal-
ifornia, Colorado, a.id other col-
(juarterhackiriK the Seamen will
he Terry CampMI, fl feet inch,
17f< pounds, a former Washington
ylate performer. ' ampU-ll starred
in the Bluejacket opener thin -tea•
son hy completing 18 of 19 passe*
thrown for a total of 220 yards in
hi* team'* 42 2k conquest of Kagle
Hock athletic club of \aj* Angeles.
f- >jUHill f'lark, <1 feet 1
inc h, l!i!i pound*, (five . tl.e Jacket*
a consistent *hort-yardage man.
He played hall with I'rairie View
A a r,d M.
Other back fielder- are halfback*
LEADING SCORER for the
University of Oklahoma two
year* ago, Bob Herndon, will be
running for San Diego Naval
Training cenfor Saturday night.
Hob Herndon, formerly of the
University of Oklahoma, and Oer-
ald Schweitzer, a product of the
College of the Pacific.
Of the Seamen's 22 linemen, lfi
weitfh 200 pound* or more All but
three of the *<juad'* .'15 candidate*
have participated in intercollegiate
"Several -itartirifc position* are
Ktill undecided and won't be set-
tled until we complete our work-
out* this week," Mitchell said.
Jerry Ku.-isell, an end, ha* been
shifted to right halfback in an at-
tempt to add speed to the tiack-
Since the (Cagles' running game
ha* been below par. Mitchell indi-
cated that they may once again
make heavy use of their passing
Last week, in the Flock'* 27-7
loan to Arizona State at Tempe,
the North Texan* gained most of
their yardage through the air.
After the Navarro game in Cor-
„ alcana, which the Kaglet* won 38-
Once again quarterback J. N (;oac|, Ken Bahnaen began call-
W right will do most of the passing jhjf jn th(, r(;|,()rt t« the
with help from reserve signal call ,,aju M„rning Sewn. He asked a
er* Kay Toole, Phillip Slater, and p ()f i(lvif„ nearby:
Knd* (tennis Shaw and VVeldon
Wright will probably be target*
for moat of the aerials. Last week
Shaw, Little A!l-American pros-
pect, caught three passes for .V>
yard* and played well on defense.
In 1963 the North Texas State
crew topped the Bluejackets 27-12.
Golfers Seek Team Positions
As Qualifying Tourney Ends
Fall qualifying play for var*ity
and fre*hrnan golfers goes into its
last round today at the North Tex-
a- links, Golf Coach Herb Ferrill
Juan Kstrada, a varsity golf let-
terman last year, was leading af-
ter .'! > hole* with an eight-under-
par 132 followed by Dick Whetile
with a 137. Jimmy Powell was
third w:th a 138. while Ross Dun-
kerly had a 140. David Welch and
Tom Reed were tied with a one- voted Outstanding Golfer of Mex-
over-par 111. Harold Sexton had ico, which includes professionals
a M, on hi* first round. an,j amateurs.
Hill Kschenbrenner was leading Other golfers and their scores
freshmen swingers with a 36-hole afu,r 3r, hola* were: Bobby Stroope,
total of 138 followed by Don Hurst , .
at 144. Jack Thomas had a 145, Sonn>' "al°- >fi>! Lan,er Wl1"
and Bobby Calhoun a 148. on, 1 r> 1 ; Hill Roberts, 155; Mike
Kstrada, who lettered last year Moses, 155; Don Moore, 100; Ray
a* a sophomore, shot a second Redman, IC7; Brien Boggess, 153;
In Mura! Action This Week
Sigma Nu, BSU Take Wins
round '!3, one stroke above the
When Coach Ferrill was asked
his reaction to Kstrada'* near rec-
ord he replied, "I just hope it
isn't the last time this year he
shoots that good."
Last summer Kstrada won the :
Mexican Junior Amateur cham-
pionship and in past years was !
Rickey Blythe, 158; Roland Snipes,
154, and Bill Russell, 152.
"\\ ho made the touchdown* '
"1 think Abner [Haynes] made
four," one of the boys said.
"How many touchdown* did you
score, Abner?" Bahnsen asked.
The Lincoln high, Dallas, speed-
ster scratched his head and
thought for a moment.
You'd better ask the linemen
about that," he said "They're the
one* who did all the work all I
did was run when I saw daylight."
Abner reflects the philosophy
uf the coach who says, "Anyone
can run with the ball as long as
all of the tackier* are knocked
"There will be a short, important
meeting in the men's gym Wednes-
day at f>:30 p.m. for all hoys inter-
ested in either varsity or fresh-
man tennis," Coach Bahnsen, ten-
nis sponsor, said Thursday.
Returning varsity lettermen are
Charles Wiicox, Richard Matlock,
• ;:il Louis Compton.
Kagle tennis teams will play in
the MVC next spring. Cincinnati
is expected to give the Flock rough
competition. Tony Trabert, perhaps
the top tenni* man in the nation,
graduated from Cincinnati a few
Rough Links Conference
With their entrance into the
MV( the Kagle golfers will have
a good conference to play in. Last
year's NCAA champion, the L'ni-
versity of Houston, will be ready
to give North Texas a rough time.
Led by Rex Baxter Jr., the Cou-
. ;u - edged Coach Herb Ferrill'*
inksters for the national crown
World Series TV
Walk through the UB anytime
I t li!H week and you will see a
heering crowd of baseball fans.
They're watching the World series
m TV Brooklyn and Yankee fans
place their bets before the game
begir* and then really enter into
♦ he spirit of the contest. You'd
think the crowd was actually in
Yankee stadium as they boo the
umpires and plead witn Mickey
Mantle to "get a hit." We're ex-
pecting someone to get carried
away and throw a Coke bottle at
For real action you can't beat
intramural football. Several teams
i-ot into play this week, and many
fraternity men and independent*
have sure muscles and skinned el-
Sigma Nu of the fraternity
league and BSU of the indepen
dent bracket claimed temporary
possession of fir*t place in their
respective classification* a* the
first, week of intramural play
The Baptists topped Delta Hig
ma Pi 24-0 Monday afternoon nd
Nasty Nine fi-0 Wednesday after
noon. The N'iriers are the defend
ing champion* of the independent
Sigma Nu took its opening-game
victory from Lambda Chi Alpha
(M) Tuesday afternoon and its km
porary claim to first place
Two other games were played
Thursday as Kappa Alpha met last
year'* fraternity league champs,
Phi Kappa Sigma, and Pi Kappa
Alpha met the Geejtles.
Against the Lambda ('his thi-
Sigma Nu unit took an early lead
by scoring a *af ty ori an unsuc
eessful punting try.
Bill Hicks later scored the only
touchdown of the game on a pass
from Jeff Chesshir that iced the
game away for Sigma Nu. New-
ton Davi* added the extra point
on another pas* from Chesshir.
In the BSI'-Nasty Nine contest
two air tight defensive unit* kept
the scoring down.
The Baptist* '.cored their lone
tally early in the second quarter
A pass interception by Sammy
Jackson gave the BSU unit pos
session deep in N'irier territory.
Chuck Seal passed to Jackson
for the «ore. Nasty Nine threat,
t-ned in the finxl quarter and were
deep in HSI territory when the
clock rari out.
In Monday's action the Quad
Rifle Unit Sets
Firs' postal matches for the ,
A !• ROTC rifle team are scheduled
for next Friday with Southwest j
Texas State and Kast Texas State j
college-*, Xgt J. B. Thompson said
ruaimler of the
son, he said.
The team's first shoulder-to-
shoulder match will be N'ov, 17
with the University of Oklahoma
at Norman, Okla.
Members returning this year are
Howard W Kidwcll, team captain;
James II Adams, co-captain; Cnr-
roll K \ndeison; Robert S Greer
IV, Lyndel Gilillarid, Al Gordy;
Robert Jiingbluth; Hobby Robin,
and William D Fuller. Tryout*
will be held at the stadium Monday
through Thursday from I to 5 p.m.
Rat* gained a forfeit victory from
the Ramblers, and Wednesday the
Slobs forfeited to AFROTC
Richard Matlock, director of in-
tramural*, has asked that all team
captain* notify him if their team
cannot participate at the sched-
uled time. Matlock's phone number
Other teams participating in the
intramural grid competition are
Theta Chi, Gee/Jes, Delta Sigma
Phi, Kappa Sigma, and the Meth-
be two matches
week for the re-
rifle shooting sea-
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