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Governor Dummer Academy
One Elm Street
Byfield, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
GOVERNOR DUMMER ACADEMY vs MlLTON ACADEMY Saturday, October 21, 1961 at 2:30 GOVERNOR DUMMER MILTON Coaches: Mr. Wllllam R. Sperry Coaches: Mr. Herbert Stokinger Mr. Robert E. Anderson Mr. Arthur S. Hall Mr. Robert H. Linberg Mr. George Owen, Jr. Mr. John D. Marr Mr. Richard T. Marr Managers: Steve Blair Manager: Duncan Sylvester John Huntingdon Scott Surrey Probable Starting Line-Up Position 86 Dave Hilgendorff LE Robert Rugo 85 78 Bob Cate LT Charles Deknatel 72 61 Burke Leahey LG Dudley Ladd 63 54 Tim McNally C Cameron Clark 58 66 Colin Studds, Co-Captain RG David Alger 67 75 Ben Jameson RT Tack Chase 78 88 Pete Flaherty, Co-Captain RE Edward Brewer 82 14 Jeff Ellis PB Harley Laing 27 44 Warren Vaughan LHB Eben Clarke, Captain 46 22 Tom Maier RHB Peter Farnum 16 32 Darrell Hamric FB William Brewster 36 Reserves 13 John Albert Pope 15 21 Ed Kleven Standish Van Voorhis 17 25 Lew Gibbons Jeffrey Rose 25 ZY Peter Buck Chip Vincent 28 30 Mike Kotarski Edward Guild 35 35 Bob Wise Edward Bassett 37 37 Cam Barr Andrew Walker 38 40 Dents Golden David Sargent 45 42 Pete Dolce Robert Straus 47 47 Terry Golden Philip Chase 48 51 Marc Bliss Timothy Brooks 56 55 Jim O'Dea C. P. Rowland 57 56 John Davagian John Russell 61 62 Dave Butler Arthur Chute 64 63 Gar Randall Edward Brown 65 64 Bob Culver William Mixter 71 65 Russ Brown James Pappas 73 67 Dave Faxon Henry Beyer 77 68 John Steele Robert Faxon 81 71 Spike Mitchell Alan Whitman 83 74 Steve Barkin John Macomber 86 77 Tim Moriarty David Taylor 87 79 Chad Smith Benjamin Wellington 88 81 Bill Lawrence 82 Forbes Farmer 87 Bob Segel There will be an informal reception in the Phillips Building immediately after the game for all Governor Dummer students, their parents, friends, and neighbors. There will be a special reception in the Frost Building immediately after the game for Milton students, their parents, and friends.
PLAY EXECUTION BY BACKS
Since we found it necessary to change many of the plays slightly last year, this year there will not be any complete explanation of all backfield actions in this book This section is primarily concerned with stance and position of the backs at various times during the execution of a few plays Any timing problems in the action and the actual footwork of the action are better learned during the first week of practice!
A. Wingback--#2 Back(Buck, Fenn, Maier, Kotarski)
In the tight position you will line up just outside the RE, close enough to touch his rump with your left hand. Use a 3 point stance with right hand down and right foot slightly back. Face in at an angle of 45 degrees, so that you threaten to block in on the man playing the end, to start in motion for a reverse, or to move dtraight downfield on a pass play. You may do any one of these things, but you will be in motion on 46 Counter, 47 Dive, 38 Slant, and 39 Slant Option--if you are taking the tight position.
Position #2--in the Wide position you will be standing up about 10-12 yards wide of the RE. Make sure that you are 2 yards behind the line of scrimage Face in at a 45 degree angle and be ready to move on the snapping count. You are the primary pass receiver, so practice catching passes all you can before coming back.
B. Fullback--#3 Back (Blair, Hambric, Vaughan, Kotarski, Barr)
Line up directly behind the QB and Center in a 3 point stance with your head about 3-3 1/2 yards behind the ball. Left or right hand down, either foot back--feet fairly wide apart. Choose one foot and hand combination and don't vary it. Your moves will be straight ahead at the right guard or toward either tackle most of the time. You are a power runner and blocker, so practice running with your legs slightly apart and get tough!!!
Position #2--on plays 11 Rollout and 41 Pitch you will move to a spot directly behind the right tackle--same stance--check the play on the playsheet.
C. Tailback--#4 Back (Vaughan, D. Golden, T. Golden)
Line up with your head on the LT's outside hip and 3 yards behind the ball--even with the fullback usually. Use a three point stance with your right foot back and your right hand down -feet about 12 inches apart, back level, head up. Practice this stance! You are primarily our outside and trap runner, so do plenty of sprinting before the season starts.
Position #2 -- on plays 11 rollout; and 41 Pitch you will move to a position directly behind the QB and Center---use the same stance--check the playsheet. Note that you will have to block on most pass plays, so toughen yourself up accordingly!