-THE CAROLINA TTMES SATURDAY, SEPT. 19, 8A THF .INA TtMKS SETT ' K *• '■■ &*?-*' PI j v - firr l^^^ .-;• . # I l i l ftil | i |l W'r l i l ii''' ll 1 6. A. i ; * ; ; ; l_ ~. & . >'*' ✓ « *&h- ,*-' >■* *> ffl& t - '- ■» ....>. ' -.1,44 . . j»- . itf ®» -' 'Mfer f-^r''^ftf-• ' Tx. -x ";\ ---'j'':,^ mm. ' 'ja ATLANTA END Wide re ceiver Larry Bolton of North Carolina A&T will play a key role wJwn the Aggies meet South Carolina State in the first annual Pickle Cell Classic in Winston-Salem Sept. 19 Bol ton. a native of Atlanta, is 6-2 and weighs 216. Detroit Loses Injured Owens DE" 11011 - Heisman Trop..y winner Steve Owens, a rookie sensation with the De troit Lions, will be sidelined for as long as seven or eight weeks because of a severe shoulder se paration, the National Football League team disclosed Sunday. Owens, who had earned a starting assignment at fullback, was injured in the last quarter Saturday night when the Lions downed Cincinnati 31-14 in a pre-season game. Owens had carried the ball 39 times in exhibition games for 147 yards and two touchdowns. He caught 12 passes and didn't drop any. Clay-Quarry Clash Set For Oct. 26 XEW YORK -Form sr champion Cassius Clay and top-rated challenger Jerry Quarry signed Sept. 10 to meet Oct. 26 in a 15-round bout in Atlanta. Both men hope it will mean an early shot at champion Joe Frazier. LEROY JOHNSON, a Geor gia state senator and head of the sponsoring House of Sports'. said he has a commit ment from Yank Durham, Frazier's mnaager, for a Caly- Frazier's manager, for a Clay ture if Clay beats Quarry next month. Johnson said should Quarry win, a provision in the con tract would require a return match. Quarry will be making his second ring appearance in a month and a half. HE SCORED a sixth-round technical knockout over Stan ford Harris in Miami Beach in his latest fight. Frazier, meanwhile, an nounced he will defend his title as expected against light heavyweight champion Bob Foster in November. BUT HE said he would be willing to meet Clay "any where in the United States." Johnson, who helped bring Clay out of an enforced retire ment, aaid the former cham pion would train in Miami and both he and Quarry would go to Atlanta Oct. 11 for final preparationi for their nation ally televised fight. ■■ %> jfc - l 9 M AM ht. «BI . A ... ~ mk V B>. TO PLAY IN BLACK CLASSIC! When black grid powers North Carolina A&T and S. C. State meet in Winston-Salem Groves Stadium Sept. 19, a key player for the North Carolinians will WHIP I VMjjj 713 POUNDS OP RICHARDSON I —At 180 pounds, Greg Richard son (center) Is the smallest Richardson on the N. C. Cen tral roster. The Charlotte soph omore safety is outweighed by his Washington, D. C., name- be offensive tackle Mel Holmes i of Miami. At 6-4, 250, Holmes i is rated one of the top collegi i ate blockers and a candidate • for Little Ail-American honors. I sakes, Brad (left) and Richard, by nearly 100 pounds. Brad, a freshman, stands 6-5 and 1 tips the scales at a mere 260 pounds. Total weight: 71J pounds. The three are not re lated. 22, Juniors 71 Seniors Returnees Bo Grid Hopes For'7o-71 RALEIGH, N. C. The years of 1970-71 should prove to be an exciitng one for foot ball fans at Shaw University in Raleigh. Twenty-two sen iors will carry the team next year and Bear fans are hoping, along with new head coach George Clements, their experience will pay off. Clements says he is build ing his team around four of those returnees. William Hacket, a 6'. 240-pound soph omore running back from New Jersey: Roderick Wyne coff, a 5' 9", 218-pound sen ior running back from Win ston-Salem, N- C.; Gus Lov ett, a 6', 240-pound senior offensive tackle from Flori da; and Richard Morris, a 5' 9", 175-pound senior free safety from Asheville, N. C. HE ADDED that a lot of weight will be placed x>n the shoulders of returning line man Herod Servant, 6' 2", 200-pound tackle from Flori da, defensive back Allen Hepburn Jr., 6\ 200 pounds from Florida, and 200-ppund, 6' tight end Billy Jackson from Yonkers, N. Y. « Clements is no stranger to football both as a player and coach. Hailing from Geor gia, "Bag of Tricks," as he was called by his teammates at Saint Augustine's College, was a "signal caller" for the Falcons, from 1948 through •51. HE LED THE Falcons "dream team" to a total rec ord of 18-9. He has compiled a record of 69 wins and 30 Illness Sidelines Howell Aggies' Interim Jeffries, Optimistic GREENSBORO, N.C. A* a football coach, Willie Jeff ries expresses a stranle kind of optimism. ."I always expected the worst," he said one day this week, shortly after bei n g named interim coach at A. And T. "OH, YES, I'm optimistic," he added, "but I expect the worst and respect the other team to the highest degree in order to motivate our play ers." """"N. Jeffries received the coach ing reins at .A. And *l. when Hornsby Howell was sidelined for two weeks because of ill ness. JEFFRIES seems to wel come tne challenge. "If w* can minimize our mistakes and improve on our kicking game," he said, "we can give a good account of ourselves. "Our players have showed a lot of enthusiasm ahd team spirit during training camp, and we are pretty well con ditioned," said Jefpies. He said injuries have tafken a toll of key players. As it stands now, Tackl* William Wideman, defensive backs William Hargrtae and Maurice Williams anck quar terback Jerome Turn\ are nursing injuries. HE FEELS the Aggies could be hampered somewhat by a shortage of experienced running backs, with only Hen ry Walker, and Lorenzo Pear soon back from last year. Jeff said A. And T. could get some service from Robert Rivers and James Lilly, two Dallas Gets Disgruntled Herb Adderly DALLAS So what do you do with a dis gruntled cornerback? De pends on who he is. OK. what if he's Herb Ad derly? (Wow! How disgrun tled is he? Enough to have publicly criticized Green Bay Packer head coach Phil Bengtson and his staff at the end of last season. > &0 WHAT do you do with a disgruntled cornerback? You trade him, that's what. Anyway, that's what the Packers did when they swapped Addcrley, 31, a_ three-time All-Pro, to Dallas Cowboys for center Malcolm Walker and defen sive end Clarence Williams. losses with two tiea during hi* coaching career. Clement* said that his re organization of the Shaw ball club is just about complete- He has one of the best de fensive coaches in the confer ence, Jesse Clements, who was a star end with George Clements (no relation) at Saint Augustine'a College. JOSEPH BELL, a star line man Just last year with the Bears will assist Clements along with Enoch Dukes, a '67 graduate of Saint Augus tine's College. Dukes, from Miami, Fla.. .was a two-time all CIAA defensice back and former tennis coach at Saint Augustine'*. Clements says .that his nu cleus will be a senior ball club. .He foresees the '7O team as ■ colorful one, be cause of what he calls, "the use of a wide open type game." (He says he intends to build a strong defense. BEAR FANS will be happy to hear this, for that was one of Shaw's major problem* last season. Clements ended by saying he Is not overly optimist!; about the coming season but "there is only one way to go and that's up." ALL TEAMS will present stiff competition when the Bears open their season on Sept. 19 in Raleigh against Federal City College of Washington, D. C. Bear rooters throughout the country should certainly be in store for an exciting season on the gridiron. non-scholarship players who cams out for the team, and freshman Louis Bailey, a con verted quarterback. Defensively, the Aggies will fare better, with Wideman, Tackle Lester Moore and line backers Ralph Coleman and Ben Blacknall all showing well in early drills. JEFF ALSO said freshman tackle Reginald Strickland of Thomasville could also break into the lineup early. In the defensive secondary, A. And T. has veterans Har grave and Doug Westmore land, but will still miss Little All-American Merl Coda and Carl Yates. ' I DURHAM TKHHKAL J j INSTITUTE 1637 Lawsen Streat HIST OfflCl DRAWER 11307 | Durham, N. C. Tel. 596-8293 \ ATTENTIOH ADMITS Mil '** I I ANOTHER CHANCE to NITHS YOUR EDUCATION ! DURHAM TECHNICAL INSTITUTE in coopera- ! 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