1967 BA Y LEAGUE SCHOOLS FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
' •err. a SEPT. a OCT. 6 OCT. is OCT. to OCT. ST NOV. * NOV. le NOV. IT
(Caviars) Kiaanij M Weat Reaonda North Opaa Sonth at Santa Manlea at latUwaai at Mira Caata
(Sentinels) at Lawstacer Merktagsidc Santa Monica **(S*t I'M*)7 Mlra ColU •' K^ond« •» Nerth III nlturar at Seajth
(Mutant*) South at Santa Menlea at Inglawood ML Carmal (.t^Sm'ia.) •* Nwtk Hawthena
NORTH HIGH at dental* __. . „ „
(Saxon*) (Sat, 23H) •••«• *«• V""«* Mamiafild* at Hewthame at South Santa Monica Inajewaad Mira Caste at Raaaaea
(Saahawlu) at Tamaca . Berraeaha, Bvrhenk at Hawthorne South at Santa Manlca laglawaod (,J?KlC»aiSm») Of*m N-rtk
SANTA MONICA (Crcsccnta Valley) •t Inglawood «•,»..» nJJ * «• t «> _^- _ ^ Natra Dama
(Vlktac*) *•»••»•«»« (at Glendalc, 30th) (Sentinal Field) Mln> C**te Redondo et Nerth Hawtharee at Santh (8-Lj 18tfc) ,
at Martaa Bbha» ManUamery •tMir, Ce.U at Racaad* North at Hewthorn* at Sam Santa Meadea kftewvadi
Football Coach Swearingen
A cautiously optimistic head foot- The first test for the '07 Warriors
Football atason U here ball coach Ken Swearingen welcomed will be an unofficial one when they
rain. 30 returning players and a new crop of scrimmage an alumni squad Sept 16
Gun Laws All over the nation Ameri- freshmen to El Camino College for at 8 p.m. in Murdock Stadium.
!U males are towing and opening day of practice last Friday. Season opener for the Warriors
ticking and running with Swearingen said Q Camino's 1967 conies Sept. 23 at L.A. Pierce College.
footballs, all the way from defensive machine will be stronger First home game on the 9-game sched-
Explained eight-year-olds in the back-
rards to junior and senior
ligh and oollcgt teams to the
big bruisers of the profession DICK DeLONG CRAIQ TRANBARGKR
than last year's, despite the loss of All-
American tackle John Dryer. Offen-
sively, the Warriors may need time to
ule is with LA. dry College Sept 30.
The rest of the home schedule includes
Long Beach Oct 7, Santa Monica Oct
By KDWW 8. CAPP8 al leagues. develop into a top team Swearingen 21, Cerritos Oct 28 and Rio Hondo
? .._..... .
An old song that never really nude it big in its Football 1* a rough contact
Sett days may be in for sort of an Indian Summer re- «P°rt *wlfcto """*" ~* w" Pro~
PREP FOOTBALL said. Nov. 11.
jival of its popularity ' " *" 1*vttlj>1y_71^
due. it. full quota of bumps "Success this year is predicated Away games include LA. Valley
S It is hard to remember the exact words to the tune
|mt it went: I didn't know the gun was loaded; and HI
South High Will on freedom from injury to key play-
ers," stated chief Warrior Swearingen.
Ken has already received news that
Oct 14, East UA. Nov. 8 and Bakers-
field Nov. 18. AH garnet are scheduled
for 8 p.m.
0cver ever do it again." half back Steve Schmitz will be out
£ The chance of this tame getting into the Top 40
jsomex from approval of a new loaded gun law.
t] The saving feature of the new law is it gives the
Stress Speed probably until the league opener, Oct.
7, with a broken hand sustained in
an auto accident
Authorities the right to do something about the person By HENRY BURKE
PrtH-H«r«ld SporU Editor Not only is Schmitz a sparkplug as
irtw carries a loaded gun on a downtown street or South High School is supposed to reap harvest halfback but he was to be groomed as
the capltol building or on school grounds. from those recent football seasons when defeat was so a replacement in case anything should
3 This authority should not bother 'Honest John Citi- agonizing. happen to quarterback Dana Clyde.
ttn' who does not carry a loaded gun in such places. and bruises, strains ai Some of the talent at South High, sure enoug Keith Huber and Terry Tiedeman
But to answer the questions, the simplest way o sprains, cuts and gashes. Most looks just fine, but insufficient depth leaves much to also belong to the "key spots club" be-
aren't serious and
Explaining this rather complex bill is to point out tha of these concerned are back & desired
the lads cause of their outstanding receiving
California now has three different definitions of a in the game shortly. Only at quarterback where Mik* Wlttlck to HunUngto performances last year.
loaded gun. Once the person who wants to obey the law A thorough medical examl- three senior* are battling for teach and Brian Norwood Other outstanding returning play-
Understands this, it's merely a matter of fitting th nation is highly important for the first string jobs does 'exas. en are Mark Knox, Gary Goff, Mike
boys preparing to go out for Coach Herb Rlchey, »feel corn- Almost half of th* van!
eBto n«ke certain that fortable- «e weuM^ prjfcr. positionslightweights, by last
will b* filled
Jiescrintion to the occasion.
riuuuu Mf ll*v VSii mfnni - - • o o- — — - -— • ... *w • Wells, Alan Duncan, Bruce and Vk
The first definition is no change in the present law ear's 'Their
no hpysical condi however, to have a sophomore ack of varsity experience is
applies to a gun in a car in hunting territory. This
be noted be- or lunlor among them. Henry Cooper, Mike Leamy, Mike
under the gamone*dt<an<t^n)vide> a «uf te^ |* begtoa 4tie rigorous Walter Scott beat «ut> Mike aken Jnto consideration,' Fairies*, Larry Etow, Roger Lent and
loaded if then it a "hell in the chamber. Shells f»y ITaJnteg and bard knocks of Farbar »wl Mlk* Maxsanti for aid Ricbey. b* the coach's Greg Runnals are the mesons for
3* in the magazine or in a'dip. the game. quarterback in spring prac Football will Swearingen's fire-brand optimism for
Th* next test comes in >nly primary assignment at
This definition applies only when the car is to the Proper physical condition- tice. next few days when 'con South. K* earn* to Tornnce an extremely successful season defen-
ioondocks where it is legal to bunt This law has " ind in th* after a year at Baldwin Park
tact' Is permitted.
jpn the books for 10 or 12 years and is a _ Following spring practice Herb was head coach for five Swearingen is also looking for big
* safety standpoint It also is one which results in more jury" A minimum Of three and a week of conditionin rears at Federal Way High, things from incoming freshmen like
Washington, and was an as-
The next ''loaded gun" definition applies to all areas weeks of conditioning are Richev believes his team w sistant coach one y*ar at Cen-
? Tom Reynolds of Borningside, Ed Gu-
The next loaded gun" definition applies to all areas recommended prior to the exhibit it>e*d and quickness. tral Washington State College. les and John Sullivan, both from
it is illegal to dfccharge a firearm. This generall same of the season. >e offense will dwell on H* played football at the Uni- Bishop Montgomery, and Lawndale's
C°" " and are >eed. Jeff Wang, a senior ersity of Puget Sound in Ta Dan Felix.
many rith all-Bay League creden- oma.
'frould be in incorporated cities, in suburban unincor- °" " an Caetieesly Oetieiarifc
£._-.-., areas, _:.u^_ . IM « . of any k..;u;-« and in alert to the
___ within a 100 feet _« -__ building, __j :_
^orated injuries occur when the play- als, will be the kev man in Bert Raich* and Steve Dod
/ether areas covered by local ordinances. er is tiring and thus less alert. tie team's winged-T and I- on will assist Richey with the
: The prohibition against loaded guns in these areas Careful coaching enables irmation attack. Danny Cans
varsity. The B coaches are
'includes within an automobile. It does not, however, in- the players to perform better he school's centerfieW for Gary Ballangee and Daryl
championship Takes First
JElude within a person's home where guns may be kept
and thus become less prone
to injury. Good officiating aseball team along with in Bob Bcardslee and Fred
_ for better games and elders Dan Pace and Steve Schweisinger.
For this section, a loaded gun is one in which any atao 'Bef~ t
Adams and the C coaches are
In Contest Long Beach Has
shell is hi the chamber, magazine or in any clip attached proper equipment and f acili Coach Rlchey hopes th* Danny Cans, 10/ye*r-old
to the weapon. This means that, if the hunter leaves ties also are important to re- no's desire for winning wi] Morgan to Talk Torrance youngster, took
Sunn* on a trip, he may not carry his rifle or handgun duce injuries. Good first aid
procedures and medical care
pread to th* football squat!
Jan and Stevt will play and At Luncheon
first place in the Personna
Baseball Grand Slam Contest
In the car with shells in the magazine or cup. The strongest position on J. D. Morgan, the man Friday at Anaheim. Twenty-five lettermen and beck Bob Stewart, who eon-
The third definition and the tough one was adopted with for practice readily aavil
drills and on b* varsity appears to ba th* credited with rebuilding the Dan won the 10-yeer-cJd shwable contingent of All. nected for 1.380 yards and
•to prevent any recurrence of the invasion of the capital the' two starting "ticklss — Craig UCLA athletic program, will title for throwing, betting
during games, are Tranbarger (189) and Dick * *11 City and all-league perform- nine aerial TD's last year, and
and assembly chambers by the Black Panthers major factors in cutting down ,-..- running bases. Re scored
DeLong (205). This la th* third Athletic Club luncheon Fn~ 433 points based on distance up from the local high nd Terry DeKraai, with 14
.This occurred last May and added impetus to approving on serious injuriei ear with the vanity for both day at the Plush Hone. ehool* wei receptions tor 4« yard* and
and time for the events.
Ihe Mulford MIL Precautions against the *x One of the first things The luncheon la open to all Boys 8 to 15 compete in un BO football squad candi- MM TD'S.
I treme heat of early Mason coach does at football practice male sports fans, A weekly
Under this definition, if a person is carrying a gun days also are ate* set to open Long Beach
individual age categories. A Other returning lettermen
and has shells any place on his person, the gun is con coaches are important. Many is look around for some tal program featuring football national tournament for City College'sFriday.- season are: offense Del Pifer <end).
now scbedulin) ntod transfer or two, but th has been arranged through >ractice drills
eidered loaded. the hot weather workouts li nly thing Richey discovered December, president Vincent eight boys in **ch age group Head Coach Paul Chafe and Dk* Woolsey and Al Tayter
Prohibition against carrying this type of loaded gun early morning and 1st* after- 'as the transfer of fullbac McCullough reports. will take place In Washing
applies to the capital building and grounds, the office noon to avoid the heat of the ton, D.C. late in September As aides will run the squad tackles),
Each national champion trough twice-a-day workouts Tha bumper crop of freeV
br residence of any constitutional officer of the state or day. The old rule agalni until the start of fall semes- tan prospects includes a
drinking water during drill will receive a $5000 couege
Member of the legislature, and to all school grounds. scholarship claesee Monday. Bumber of All-City and AD-
and games has long sun Asked to compare this Moore League stars. Often**:
The reason for this prohibition is fairly obvious. been proved invalid and dan To be eligible for the trip
The new law permits law enforcement officers togerous Water and salt to Washington, Cans' point 'ear's squad with the 19M fafa Rich Wilks
total must exceed the top 10- edition (U* first year as bead Mayfield (Wilson);
etop persons carrying weapons in such places to search wcessary to replace fluid oach) Cbafe indicated the taddea Frank Peck (Poly).
Wh the weapons and the persons for shells. fe* through copious sweating y*ajr*old boy from a northern
California tournament. 67 Viklagi look "very solid' Steve Anderson (Poly;
If your boys is playing o in defense with plenty oi guards Jim Taylor (lake-
organised team, th Danny was a pitcher for
depth and experience in most wood), Earl Petanen (fit An-
Camp Opens For Lakers chances are good that all
hese safeguards are observed
th* Giants of the Torrance
National Little League. Hi* wantons. On Offense, how thony); centers Austin Lind-
Sharpshooting, the predom- Counts (11.8), Rookie Cliff If most of his playing is don parentl ar* Mr. and Mrs. Sid ever, LBCC baa only two re- sley (Poly), Rich Darsam (Wil-
inant factor in the Lakers' IS Anderson (19.0), rookie Den- on a vacant lot in the aftei Cans of 13136 Fonthlll St urning regular* in the line son); QB Dennis Dummit
intra-squad games, is expect- nU Torranc*. and one in ta* bnckfield. (Wilson); flankers Dale Did-
(14 7, ins and on Saturdays, it be "With our eoMaading crop ur (Lakewood), Freddie Long
comes the parents' respons (Poly); left half-John More-
rtoyola University today.
bility to SM that the playe
has th* benefit of the saf
* The competition for 12 ros- Hamilton, from Arizona guarding principles.
Officials Named no (It Anthony), Lanny Gaeta
(Wilson), John Weber (Jor-
,-t*r spots figures to be excep- Ml*, and Counts and Carty For Pomona ly adds the reat ef the Met dan); fullback John Kanler
with three "openings" Mfc from Oregon State, were Chester C. Joalet, on* of ropoUtan Conference teams (Wilson).
^rougntonbylastsprtog-sex-t-aecuuly impressive from New 'Fonim' th* official landmarks of th are also loaded wtth letter Defense: Ends Casey Nes-
Mansion draft. Newcomers A* floor. The three had lAt Angolas County Fair men and may be tender than (Wilson); Cornea Krainta
.'chalked up some of the most ^,|*»J«2nU«e «** TO Open Dec. 31 sine* racing was rewn>ed fol ever this fall. The Viking* ODUiken); tackles Preston
Impressive r»f**-n«n*ip in of Jl< JOT and.«!, reapec- » '*~» "* lowtof World War II again were 5-3-1 for the season in Saddler (Poly), BU1 Myera
Ah* summer-long Intra-squat tively. The Los Ang*l*s Lakers willHi the role of presiding '86 and 3-3-1 to the confer (Millikan), Barney Bumgard-
rasries, and will be battling all Anderaoo, who sew action new home, The Forum, wi steward during th* 14-day ence (Including twe one-point ner (Lakewood); Hnebeckara-
;out to make the 1967-68 team, in only six games due to knee be ready for occupancy D« race meeting opening Sep losses). Wayne Silvy (Lakewood),
Some 12,000 fans witnessed surgery, will b* misetog from 31, according to present plan 19. Many rtarttng petitions, John Courdy (Millikan); back*
" lb* intra-squad games. One- camp and is not expected to The Forum will seat 17,09
' ' Joining Jones in the stan pecially on offens*. are "wid im Marttnes (Lakewood),
--year veteran Jerry Chambers return to action until mid- for basketball and will hav will be William R. Mills, open," Chaf* *sys, and som Steve Zig (Wilson), Steve Oin-
was the scoring star of the October. Another newcomer parking facilities for 3,50 ciate steward, and Alfroi of the lettermen will fin der (Lakewood), Joe Meeds
retries, averaging 26.6 points who will be on hand in ad cars. There will be no inte Shelhamer, steward appointed themselves nard-presaed by (Lakewood), Jay Morrison
>per game iin the abbreviated dtion to Hamilton, Wetiel and ior columns or obstructioi by the California Horse Rac- fresh contenders. (Lakewood). Dennis Cashman
>eO-minuto affairs. Carty will be former Phila- in the $16,000,000 buildi ing Board to represent th* Among the leading return (Wilson), and Bob Oteewski
f Behind him were Me delphia 76ers Larry Jones, 'located in Inglewood. state. ee* on offeiue are quarter (St. Anthony).