The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, August 08, 1968, Image 12

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if I# ^ ; •• . 5 . *•** . «s . ’ B -1 iggi Welcome, Aggies! PHOTOGRAPHY BY UNIVERSITY STUDIO What’s in a picture? You, a new Texas Aggie! As official photographers for your ’69 AGGIELAND we are looking forward to making an excellent portrait of you for the yearbook. One you will also want to send home to your family. We welcome you to Texas A&M University for the ’68 - '69 academic year and invite you to visit our studio at any time. UNIVERSITY THE BATTALION Page 4 College Station, Texas Thursday, Augusts,^ Offensive Unit Led By Backs The backfield, the passing and the receiving all shape up as strong points, but the line leaves something to be desired. Edd Hargett is a quality quar terback while fullback Wendell Housley and tailback Larry Ste- gent are proven performers. Such receivers as Bob Long, Barney Harris, Tommy Maxwell and Jim my Adams, all of whom can alternate at wingback or split end, and strong end Tom Buckman offer Hargett excellent targets for his passes. In addition to Buckman and the split ends, there are two other returning starters in the offensive line, center Jack Kovar and weak tackle Carl Gough, both juniors. Both of last year’s kicking specialists—punter Steve O’Neal and placement kicker Charlie HARRIS GOUGH KOVAR FIELDS HARGETT HOUSLEY Riggs—return for their senioi seasons. Long again will bett* kickoff man. Riggs and sophomore Roktij Stansberry finished the springy back-up men to Hargett at quar terback. The only positions where qnali- ty depth exists are at split tn| and wingback where Long, Karri!, Adams, Maxwell, Jack Whitmon and Bill Seely can interchange, Behind Stegent at tailback are a couple of promising sophomores, Johnny Weaver and Marc Blade Junior letterman Javier Vela ami sophomore Larry Kelly arebebiik Housley at fullback. Letterman Mike Caswell, an erstwhile center, wound up tit spring behind Cough at weak tackle. Gary Gruben was the No 2 man behind Stallings at weak guard, setting U P an a ^' s<) P^ more battle there. Sophomore Waymond Lightfoot and Stinson are challengers to Kora at center while Ronald Reagm battles fellow-sophomore at strong guard. Mark T^Bu, a junior squadman, is the back up man for Buckman at strong end. That was the way they up at the end of spring training, Desire determination and effort by others could bring about soitt changes during the early day: of fall drills. lind STALLINGS PARKER BUCKMAN STEGENT LONG 115 NORTH MAIN 846-8019 COLLEGE STATION TEXAS Read Classifieds Daily •/. -rwniw