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Page Four CLO tip BUS TER Saturday, Augfust 19^, 1944 Varsity Football Coaching Staff Named Four Man Staff To Have Charge Of Cloudbusters A four-man coaching staff, headed by Lieut. Comdr. Glenn Killinger, will have charge of the Gloudbuster football team this fall, Lieut. Comdr. Burton Ing- wersen. Athletic Director, an nounced this week. “With Lieut. Comdr. Glenn Killinger at the helm and three capable assistants in the persons of Lieut. John Roning, Lieut. Paul Bryant, and Lt. (jg) Glenn Pres-! nell, the Pre-Flighters will have ' one of the finest coaching staffs in { the nation,” Lieut. Comdr. Ing- j wersen pointed out. “However,” i he added, “there are many other j officers attached to the Pre-Flight | Program here who would be a credit to any coaching staff in the country. It was a tough proposi tion selecting four from so many with adequate qualifications.” Coach Killinger succeeds Lieut. Frank Kimbrough, head gridiron coach last year who has been transferred to naval duties else where. A football, baseball and basketball star while at Penn State in 1917-21, Coach Killinger was named on Walter Camp's All- American football team in 1921. Upon graduation he played pro fessional football with the New York Giants and Philadelphia Quakers, and baseball with the New York Yankees. Prior to en tering the Navy in 1942, he was head coach of football and base ball, and dean of men at State Teachers College, West Chester, Pa. Coach Bryant, who is in charge of the line, is a graduate of the University of Alabama where he was one of the outstanding ends 54th Battalion Regimental Staff FOOTBALL SELECTED ON THE BASIS of general excellence, with particular stress on ability to handle men in military organization, are the above regimental officers of the 54th battalion. Left to right, they are: A. F. Bassey, Walpole, Mass., regimental commander; H. R. Kietzman, Chicago, 111., regimental sub-commander; H. S. Coffey, Danville, Va., regimental adjutant; F. F. McCune, Gassaway, W. Va., regimental commissary officer. in the country. Upon graduation he returned to his Alma Mater as assistant coach, and later went to Vanderbilt University where he was head line coach prior to being commissioned in the Navy. In charge of the ends will be Coach Roning, a graduate of Min nesota, class of 1935. He was a member of the 1934 Minnesota team which won the national championship. Coach Presnell, who will have charge of the backfield, was one of the greatest backs in the coun try in the late ’30’s. He played at the University of Nebraska, was named all-conference and all western his last two years in col lege. Before coming into the Navy Pre-Flight Training Program, he was head football coach and di rector of athletics at his Alma Mater. The Cloudbusters open their nine-game schedule on Sept. 24th against the Cherry Point Marines at Chapel Hill. Movie Schedule Sat., Aug. 19—Free movie at Village Theatre, “Broadway Rhythm” with Ginny Simms and George Murphy. Feature starts at 1900 and 2110. Complete show two hours, two minutes. Sun., Aug. 20—Free movie at Village Theatre, “The Black Swan” with Tyrone Power and Maureen O’Hara. Feature starts at 1336 and 1500. Complete show one hour, 24 minutes. (Continued from page, one) ment, and there is a chance that Lieut. Comdr. Glerin Killinger, head football mentor, will be able to field a team that will compare favorably with the 1942 edition which won eight, lost two and tied one. Thus far drills have consisted of light work and the team will not don heavy equipment until some time next week. On the basis of past records, prospects look un usually strong in the backfield and fair at center and the ends. Both the guard and tackle spots are big question marks, and Coach Kil- ’linger is hoping that some aid will be forthcoming when the 59th Battalion reports within the next few days. At this writing the starting backfield reads Graham at quar terback, Gene Sanders at left half, W. E. Wilson at right half, and Koslowski at full. Leading substi tutes include Buell St. John and Frank Aschenbrenner. Sanders starred at the University of Texas, Wilson is a McKeesport High School (Pa.) lad, St. John played freshman football at the Univer sity of Alabama, and Aschenbren ner attended Marquette Univer sity where he received Associated Press Honorable Mention All- American in 1943, Warren Anderson, captain-elect at Colgate this year, and Richard Sheehan, who played freshman ball at the University of Missouri, are the ends; Dale Pulver, Uni versity of Minnesota, and Kermit Atkinson, Furman University, are the guards, and Leland Yager, late of Rensselaer Institute, and Austin Gandy, who prepped at Jones Junior College in Missis sippi, are the tackles. At center is Flick. Male Call by Milton Caniff, creator of "Terry and the Pirates' Everything Went Pink o]-J WELL.. 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