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In drills position who Stanton In that if the them them. Last passed Swinderman, scouted against Coshocton Swinderman the 'Skins straight by both Coshocton's really horse Beachy of winner this Fall. money 11 of the 1959 squad weighs 194 200 weight SERIES brain, pick It came absorbing previous earned run and all statistics and Los crystal into consideration human officially will continue this bird limit after Shooting hour before head for searching any soft attract the that it can ground and mainstay of the state Lake areas of the Muskingum Lakes of the in Ashta. Reservoir the safest squirrel and thus been reported hunter at County, was attempted fence hand. Last days of were six pitching the opener against Los From the Weather Bureau rh.p.h." usual. Then came Coshocton First Big Hurdle For Tornadoes Red and Black! Mention those two* colors in the same breath any. where near the Dover Hig'h football camp at Crater Stadium and it sends up a spark that spreads like wildfire. Tornado Coach Dick Haines has * * * Meet of Sugarcreek appearances with Dick Midway Boulevard Boulevard's Saturday of that area. and includes Rae, Ray Limbach. Doveritc the new CO-CAPTAIN. Ralph Seward, a lanky 6-4, 185 - pound end, will be just one of the blocks facing Dover High's Tornadoes when they travel to Coshocton tomorrow night. DeWitt Inks Pact To Head Detroit Club By DAVE DILES Associated Press Sports Writer DETROIT (AP) — Bill DeWitt has a three-year contract as president of the Detroit Tigers and assurance from club owners that they arc more interested in building a winner than in making a proft. "That's why I took the job," said the 57-year-old DeWitt, who started at the bottom and made a career out of a game he never played. Owners of the Detroit club, at their annual board meeting Wednesday, made DeWitt the Tigers' fourth president in three years. They reportedly are paying him $50,000 a year and offered to let him purchase stock in the club. "It was the perfectly logical, normal thing to do," said stockholder Kenyon Brown. "The simple desire to have a winning high hopes that same spark flares up when his grid charges hit the high road tomorrow night to Coshocton, whose school colors are Red and Black, the same as arch- rival New Philadelphia. The fact that the Crimson has an uncrossed goal line will probably mean .little to the victory- hungry Redskins, who have lost their first two games by only a total of eight points. The game is one of 7 slated tomorrow night. New Philadelphia takes the local spotlight, entertaining East Liverpool's powerful potters. It will be homecoming night for the Phils with Judy Green slated to be crowned Queen. Uhrlchsvllle will entertain Wintersville, with Strasburg hosting Tusky Valley while Carrollton trav. els to Newcomerstown, Beach City to Brewster where it will battle Malvern and Sandy Valley to Perry. St. Joseph's clashes with East Canton at. 8 p.m. Saturday night at Crater Stadium in one of four tests. Dennison St. Mary's is at Mt. Vernon St. Vincent's seeking its 22nd straight win, Dennison at Midvale for a 2 p.m. encounter, and West Lafayette at Uhrichsville to tangle with Tuscarawas. First-year mentor Mac Stanton has molded Coshocton into one of the strongest units ever to wear the school's colors. A few breaks here and there and the 'Skills might have done a turnabout 'on Mt. Vernon and Utica, whom they lost to by respective 6-0 and 8-6 scores this season. A total of 12 lettermen, including two-year vets Dave Fitzpatrick, a 175-pound senior tackle, and Ralph Seward, 6-2, 185 pound senior end, greeted the new coach when he arrived to take over the reins in place of the resigned Rex Hoon. Both Seward and Fitzpatrick showed leadership qualities early in practice and were picked by their teammates as co-captains of the 1959 edition. In fact, veterans will play a prominent role in the success or failure of the 'Skins this season. No less than 9 of the starting leU termen are veterans. The line is a solid array of veterans with the exception of 145- pound guard Charles Merriner, son of former Dover High American Problems teacher Charles T. Merriner, now principal at Coshocton. From end to end the line averages 169 pounds per man. Running mate for Seward at end is Charles Jones (150) while Fitzpat rick's opposite is Georff Bachert, 195 pounds and reputed one of the most rugged tackles in the area. Jim Conrad (180) and Merriner will be at guards with 152-pounder Skip Hopper getting the nod at center. » The Redskins have a young quarterback in sophomore Bill McConnell who weighs 150. He is one of two non - lettering backfielders with senior hallback Bob Laird (154) the other. Dave Allman (164) is at the other halfback slot with 175-pound Bob Bushong getting the nod at fullback. Coshocton's backfield is comparable in size to the Tornado ponies, averaging 160 per man. Moving in on defense at end is lettecman John Clark (153), vet Gene Shearn (165) at tackle; rugged Joe Gamertsfelder (190) at middle guard and Tom Osborn (161) and Skip Stoner (180), both lettermen, linebackers. The fact that the Redskins have a veteran team, along with a new coach which has rejuvenated new spirit, makes them the first big test on the Tornado schedule. The game is slated to begin at 8 p.m (EST). CO-CAPTAIN. Dave Fitzpatrick, Coshocton's 175 - pound tackle, plays a big part in the Redskins' defensive unit which will be out to stop Dover High's smooth-moving offensive tomorrow night. Injuries Put Browns Into Deep Trouble CLEVELAND (AP)—The Cleveland Browns may be in deep trouble in Chicago Sunday when they meet the Cardinals. Injured are three key players—Ray Renfro, Milt Plum and Warren Lahr. Renfro, speedy flanker, and Lahr, veteran defensive back, were on the sidelines Wednesday as the Browns drilled in the rain. Renfro is suffering from an aching arch which reduced him to a walk last week against Pittsburgh. Lahr still is slowed by a knee injury which kept him out of the 17-7 loss to the Steelers. Quarterback Plum has a severely bruised chest, but did some throwing in the workout. He doesn't feel the injury hampers his passing. but says the chest is quite sore and hampers him in certain movements. Coach Paul Brown said he won't , CHICAGO who has won one on the final in a playoff in Milwaukee, will resignation as manager the end of the trusted source Press today. The source, connected with league club, "Win or lose, Milwaukee." Haney hinted far back as last to discuss the except to say said about it from the front Owner Lou quoted as whose Braves Angeles for the pennant in a as manager as The 60-year-old over the club succeeding Charlie Braves were by the Dodgers Jack Contini good games last in the Dover Boulevard Lanes. 236 and followed Larry Welsch up spot with 617 Al Pica notched route to 604. Bill Rabes narrowly missed when they ended Other high including 224 by apiece by Sam Gerber, 573 by JoeiLanza, 563 559 by Chuck Ray Kepner and oy Harry Eichel and Al Larry Contini. Archie Mullet and Ken Harmon Dover Market 2991 and Meese single of 1056. RESULTS — Laundry 4 Sugarcreek rlerzig Funeral sy's 4 Eichels Funeral 1; G'rills Dhio Industrial Market 3 Lanzas Shake 2. STANDINGS 17, Lewis Funeral Laundry 13, Toland - Herzig Funeral 11, Refinishing 10, Supply 10, Eichel :lers 9, Hanhart VIerchant Vending :nn 7, Sugarcreek Slates Meats 5. Ginny Bodine he Wendaft Boulevard Lanes .78 en route to ollowed with Pat White 164. * Margaret Hilda Robinette had 176, respectively. RESULTS — Horn Electric Construction 3 Ho 3 Wallick Boulevard Lanes nn 3 Green Hi Spot had iring 749 en STANDINGS 1, Hi Spot 15, Alpine Inn 11,

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  1. The Daily Reporter,
  2. 01 Oct 1959, Thu,
  3. Page 17

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