The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 20, 1966, Image 7

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Bill Sallee Aggie Back Fills Gaps Being involved in a trick play n’t always smooth sailing. At >ast it wasn’t for Bill Sallee, iggie fullback who raced 25 ards against TCU on a fake mnt. "I was kinda in a daze as the jlay developed. I crouched there irith the football while those CU linemen ran past me and hen I took off. I knew the play ras working but it was like a ream,” Sallee explained after yards. Did Sallee think the play would ork ? “I tried not to think bout it during the week. The caches told us it had worked be- ore and was a big play for them i the past so I guess I thought t would work for us.” On the fake punt, fullback Dan ichneider, lined up directly be- lind Sallee took the center’s snap ind shoved the football to Sallee. Sallee stayed still, crouched and liding the ball while Schneider aked a run to the right and aked a handoff to the other half- iack. Meanwhile punter Steve 3'Neal went through the motions of kicking. It was a big play for he Aggies because they faced a Basketball Team Plays 22 Games Football hit the midway point ast weekend and started down Ihe stretch. With the close of ootball, the Texas Aggies are ireparing for their 22 game bas- [etball season. A&M’s first fame will be December 1 with iOuisiana Tech in G. Rollie tfhite Coliseum. A&M BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1966-67 Dec. 1, Louisiana Tech, Home Dec. 5, Memphis St., Memphis Dec. 7-8, Southern Mississippi nvitational Tournament, Hat tiesburg Dec. 13, Stephen F. Austin, jHome Dec. 15, North Texas State, Home Dec. 27, West Texas State, Canyon Dec. 29-30, Lobo Invitational, Albuquerque, N. M. Jan. 3, *Rice, Home Jan. 7, ’"SMU, Dallas Ian. 10, *TCU, Home Jan. 14, * Arkansas, Little Rock Jan.117, ’“Texas, Home Jan. 30, Trinity, San Antonio Feb. 4, * Baylor, Waco Feb. 7, ’“Texas Tech, Home Feb. 11, *Rice, Houston Feb. 14, “Arkansas, Home Feb. 18, “Texas Tech, Lubbock Feb. 21, “Baylor, Home Feb. 25, “Texas, Austin Feb. 28, “SMU, Home Mar. 2, “TCU, Ft. Worth All home games will start at p.m. “Southwest Conference Games. FRESHMEN PICTURE SCHEDULE FOR 1967 AGGIELAND CIVILIAN FRESHMEN can be photographed any day during this period. Wear coat & tie. CORPS FRESHMEN Yearbook Portrait Schedule: Corps freshmen will have their raits made for the Aggie- ’67 according to this sched ule. Portraits will be made at University Studio at North Gate in class “A” winter uniforms. Fish should bring poplin shirts, Mack ties, & brigade shields. Those freshmen who paid for their yearbook picture at regis tration should bring their fee ilip — those who did not, may Pay their $1.50 at the University Studio. Oct. 14 & 17 17 & 18 18 & 19 19 & 20 7 & 8 9 & 10 11 & 12 13 & 14 Make-up pictures for ALL Freshmen, Civilian & Corps, will from 21 Oct. through 26 Oct. AGGIELAND 1967 OUTFIT PICTURES Uniform will be Class A Winter. Outfit C.O.’s will wear sabers; seniors will wear boots and mid night shirts. Guidons and award Hags will be carried. ALL per sonnel in the outfit will wear the Mlled service cap issued by the University. The type of cap srorn by underclassmen to and from the picture - taking area is left up to the discretion of the outfit C. O. Outfits should be in front of the Administration Building by 1230 hours on the appointed day. Arrangements should be made hy first sergeants with the Mess Hall supervisors to allow the Outfit to be admitted to the Hess Hall early. Ictober 24 . Sqd. 1 & 2 25 3 & 4 26 5 & 6 27 7 & 8 28 9 & 10 31 .. 11 & 12 Wember 1 13 & 14 2 - Co. A2 & B2 3 C2 & D2 7 . E2 & F2 8 G2 & H2 9 A1 & B1 10 Cl & D1 14 El & FI 15 G1 & HI third-and-21 situation on their own 38. Sallee’s 25-yard gain gave them a first down and from there they went on to their sec ond touchdown of the first quar ter. Sallee was the Aggies’ regular tailback last year and he started there this season. But injuries hobbled both fullbacks—Schnei der and Ronnie Lindsey—and this brought about some changes, one being the switching of Sallee to fullback and Wendell Housley from wingback to tailback. “I like fullback okay,” Sallee I says, “but I practice at tailback most of the time. It’s just that I’m not yet real familiar with the fullback position.” Sallee was out of competitive football for two years before coming to A&M as a freshman in 1964. In the fourth game of his junior year at Midland High, he broke four bones in his back. He didn’t play anymore and he finished school at New Mexico Military Academy in Roswell. He had been a very promising pros pect at Midland High and the Aggies recruited him on that lim ited football background. He was a regular all last sea son but missed most of last spring training because of a broken hand. He’s been coming around rapidly this fall and may be ready now for a big game. In looking back, Sallee thinks LSU’s defense has been the toughest he’s faced this year. “Their defensive ends came in tough, and actually, their defense just ran all over me.” He did all right, though, picking up 53 yards on 10 runs for a 5.3-yard average against the Tigers. This past week, against TCU, he gained 40 yards on five runs for an 8-yard norm. The 5-10, 185-pound junior is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sallee. His father is an inde pendent oil operator in Midland. THE BATTALION Thursday, October 20, 1966 College Station, Texas Page 7 A&M Not Among The Chosen Teams BY WILL GRIMSLEY MEXICO CITY OP)—Anybody lightheaded enough to pick twice against Alabama in three weeks, the doctor said, should go to a place where there is air to match. So here we are, gorging our selves on enchiladas, tequila— Yale 18, Cornell 14: The Eli will have a tougher time than Harvard, but they should win it. Washington 20, Oregon 8: It won’t be easy, but the Huskies bound back with a vengeance. Texas 21, Rice 14: Three de feats already in the season are enough to get the Longhorns fighting mad. Southern California 23, Clem- son 8: Frank Howard’s little Davids can’t keep on fighting Goliaths on even terms. and crow—but getting no heavier in the dome department. Now we pick Michigan State to tum ble in the upset of the year. Fhirdue 25, Michigan 18: The only way to beat the Spartans is with a passer, and Purdue has got him in Bob Griese. Louisiana State 10, Florida 7: Another upset. The wild crowd at Baton Rouge makes a basket case of Steve Spurrier. Notre Dame 20, Oklahoma 14: The Fighting Irish’s fuzz-faced sophomores took it easy last week. They'll be ready. Baylor 25, Texas A&M 7: The talented Bears take another step toward the Cotton Bowl. Alabama 30, Vanderbilt 0: Re member when this was one of the South’s classics? It's now a warmup for the Tide. Nebraska 22, Colorado 14: An other for the Cornhuskers but Colorado puts up a good fight at home. Pittsburgh 14, Army 7: Pitt is an unpredictable team. We fig ure they’re ready for a tough, defensive game. UCLA 33, California 14: Two big ones in a row too much to expect of the improving Golden Bears—and there’s always Gary Beban. ATTENTION ALL CLUBS ! ! ! Athletic, Hometown, Pro fessional, and Campus Or ganizations. BILL SALLEE Runs Hard From Anywhere. Pictures for the club sections of the Aggieland are now being' scheduled at the Student Publi cations Office, Y.M.C.A. 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