The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 3, 1961 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA'HERALD Tuesday, October 3, 1961 Yankee Hitters Can Make Pitcher Wish He'd Stood In Bed BOBBY RICHARDSON, 2B TONY KUBEK, SS ROGER MARIS, RF MICKEY MANTLE, CF ELSTON HOWARD, C YOGI BERRA, LF BILL SKOWRON, IB CLETIS BOVER, 3B Mantle Doubtful Starter But Yanks Favored It's World Series Time By ED CORRIGAN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Yankees, with or without I Mickey Mantle, today ruled heavy 12-5 favorites to win the World Series against the Cincinnati Reds. Mantle, the junior partner in the M-M pitcher-wrecking company with 54 home runs, is recovering from minor surgery on his hip and is a questionable starter in the first game Wednesday. If Mantle hasn't recovered , WHITEY FORD enough, Manager Ralph Houk has nominated Hector Lopez to handle right field, with Roger Maris moving over to Mantle's centerfield spot. Whitey Ford (25-4), the bomber's top money pitcher for a decade, will take the mound against Cincinnati's Jim O'Toole (19-9) in the opener starting at 11 a.m. Ottawa time before a Yankee Stadium throng of about 70,000. Both are left-handers. The weather forecast is for continued rain into Wednesday with temperatures between 60 and 70 degrees. Should rain force postponement the first game will be played Thursday with the second game, also at Yankee Stadi- game, 2b; Ed Kasko, ss; Vada Pinson, cf; Frank Robinson, If; Wally Post, rf; Gene Freese, 3b; Gordy Coleman, Ib; Johnson or Zimmerman, c; O'Toole, p. "I see," observed Hutchinson, "that we're not supposed to have a chance. Well, we surprised people all season, and it's likely that we have one big one left." Most observers figure the only chance the Reds' have of springing the same kind of upset as the Pittsburgh Pirates engineered last year is for their pitchers to squash the Yankee long-ball hit- um, on Friday. The series will -be carried The Reds will depend on O'Toole, Joey Jay and Bob Purkey, along with two fine relievers —Jim Brosnan and Bill Henry, on i Ken Johnson, a knuckleballer, television, channels 4-13, and ra- also will be available in relief. dio by NBC with a starting time j of 10:45 a.m. Ottawa time in New York. Mantle said the way he feels now, he won't be able to play i the opener. j RALPH HOUK B Team Rally Not * In Time Ottawa scored a High's pair of B Cyclones touchdown in Defensively the Reds, who were picked to finish fifth or sixth in this year's pennant chase, have nothing to measure up to the Yanks. "They say," laughed Freese, But," he said, "even if I miss "you have to have strength down the first game, that doesn't mean I won't be all right for the rest oL the Series. Maybe it will get "belter quicker than I think." Mantle's dour outlook was not shared by the Yankees' team physician, Dr. Sydney Gaynor, or by Houk. "Of course he feels weak and sore," said Dr. Gaynor. "He has a wound that must heal. Knowing Mickey and how he responds to treatment, I think he'll play." Houk said he would not scratch the middle to win a pennant. Look down our middle. You have to look 350 feet from home plate (to Pinson) to find strength." •the fourth quarter at Emporia Mantle from ^e lineup until just before game time. Monday afternoon, but the rally came too late. A big third quarter for Emporia was enough for a 25-19 defeat of the Ottawans. "Sure, Mickey isn't feeling right," said Houk. "But that's to be expected. Wait until he's had a Ixwl or two of soup and a ! couple of steaks. Then notice the ! diference." Ottawa pulled ahead in the first j otherwise, Houk plans to start quarter when Paul Stephens his regular lineup. Assuming raced 33 yards on a sweep for a TD. The conversion attempt failed. Mar.tle answers the call, it will be Bobby Richardson, 2b; Tony Rubefy,• &&, Maris, rf; Mantle, cf; Elston Howard, c; Yogi Berra, If; Emporia knotted the game in j Biu skowron. Ib; Clete Boyer, 3b; the second period, picking up ajF or d. D TD on a pass play that covered ! If Mantle doesn't play Howard Bud Wilkinson For Governor? OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The name of University of Oklahoma football coach Bud Wilkinson cropped up Monday in connection with the 1962 race for governor. Gov. J. Howard Edmondson told a news conference he had discussed the possibility with Wilkinson "on and off for about a year," but that he did not know if the Coach was interested. Wilkinson was not available for comment. Edmondson said he asked Wilkinson about a year ago about rumors the coach was considering the race. He said Wilkinson told him he was a registered Democrat. Edmondson, also a Democrat, is prohibited under the state consti- 73 yards. The conversion try failed, and the halftime score was 6^6. it .uanu^ uvtJii i k*ia> j*wvtai\.i i . _ . • i f will bat cleanup, Berra fifth, tution from seeking a second four- ! Sk T Ton sixth ' and ^P" sev ' ; enth. j Cincinnati Manager Fred Hulch- Tliree touchdowns in the third j inson < who savs he is not thc leasl quarter put Emporia ahead » 0 P^ui'bcd about the top-heavy ! slay. The victors scored on a 14 yard pass play, a quarterback keep for five yards and on a pass interception with the catcher running 80 yards. Emporia picked up one extra point on a quarterback keep. Ottawa's second touchdown in the game and the first of two in the final period came on a 63- yard pass play, Butch Larios to Eddie Davidson. Later, Larry Coder took a pitclriut and ran 14 yards for a touchdown. Hill Huyctt plunged for the extra point. odds against his club, has only one doubtful starter. Catcher Darrell Johnson has a strain in his left sir'e. If he can't make it, Jerry Zimmerman probably will get the call. The National League champions' lineup will be Don Blasin- EVERYTHING IN FLAT GLASS WINDOWS MIRRORS FURNITURE and DESK TOPS SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Ph. CH 2-2515 year term. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobiles See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E Second Phono CH 2-2804 Roberto Wants A Pay Increase PITTSBURGH (AP) - Roberto Clemente, winner of the 1961 National League batting title, says he expects a salary hike next season from the Pittsburgh Pirates. Clemente, flashy Puerto Rican outfielder who has one of the best throwing arms in baseball, says he's entitled to a salary boost not for winning the batting crown but "as an all-around ball player." Clemente won the championship with a .351 average and succeeded teammate Dick Groat as batting kingpin. It was the first time the Pirates have had back-to-back batting champions since 1935 and 1936 when Arky Vaughan and Paul Waner won titles. It's The Score That Counts FRED HUTCHINSON Hawkeyes Lose Star Halfback By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Iowa's top-ranked Hawkeyer preparing for their nationally televised intersectional clash with Southern California Saturday, will have to tackle the tough Trojans without halfback Larry Ferguson. Ferguson, an All-America candidate with impressive credentials as a top ground gainer and efficient defensive stalwart, was declared out of the Hawkeyes lineup for two to three week;. Monday when examination showed he had a strained knee ligament. CALL CH 2-3700 For ALIGN and BALANCE Front End Rebuilding FRAME WORK Ask for Don Woodward Let Us Show You that Good Service Makes the Difference Scores From OTTAWA BOWL :. N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGVK NlU'hcrs Floor Service 1st 2nd 3rd Yes, SAM Has It, . . Presfane end Zerex SAM'S TIRE & SUPPLY, INC. SAM MOTT, Mgr. 4th and Main Ph. 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Ili-cfciniin 186 Mal'inry'i 'I'ypeHriter — II MrFadilen ......... 148 Moore ............ 126 Foster ............ 102 Denyel ........... 191 Johnson .......... 116 169 150 139 138 171 147 132 169 ISO 142 145 178 137 146 171 193 184 145 150 170 148 305 172 153 156 123 160 130 ISO 591 138 414 140 436 17D h) i 143 422 137 415 146 489 155 479 112 381 131 469 173 541 143 391 155 412 159 493 186 522 301 537 160 498 167 513 148 535 170 476 214 493 204 578 160 451 176 544 147 503 133 424 142 421 144 369 159 510 14'0 386 Big Ten Wants Rose Bowl Deal CHICAGO (AP) - The Big Ten wants another Rose Bowl football contract and voted Sunday in favor of negotiating with the Athletic Association of Western Universities. Minnesota, defeated 17-7 by Washington last New Year's Day, cast the deciding ballot for a 6-4 majority in favor of a tie-up with the Big Five of the West Coast. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS There is no consolation in statistics, even when quite favorable. At least that is the plight faced by football Coach Cliff Speegle at Oklahoma State. On the basis of statistics from two games, the Cowboys of Oklahoma State would appear to be the top offensive team in the Big Eight Conference. This impression is quickly dispelled, however, by the won and lost column. The Cowboys have lost both games. Oklahoma State has compiled a total offense of 513 yards or more than 256 yards a game while limiting its opposition to 417 yards or an average of about 208 a game. The results: Iowa State defeated the Cowboys 14-7 and Colorado shut them out, 24-0. Missouri, with two victories and no defeats, ranks fourth in the j conference on offense but is No. 1 defensively. The Tigers have yielded 358 yards of 179 a game. Individual leaders this week include Iowa State's Dave Hoppmann in rushing. Hoppmann has carried the ball 45 times for 194 yards. Larry Corrigan of Kansas State tops the passers with 7 completions out of 15 attempts, good for 126 yards. Don Brewington of Oklahoma State leads pass receivers with 5 for 93 yards. Chuck McBridge of Colorado has the best punting average, 43.2 yards on 5 punts. John Hadl of Kansas holds the best average on punt returns. He has carried back four for an average of 11.7 yards. Missouri's Bill Tobin is the leading scorer with two touchdowns and four conversions for 16 points. Kansas, highly regarded in preseason forecasts only to lose its first game of the season to TCU and then manage no better than a tie with Wyoming, may have suffered another setback. The Jayhawks starting left halfback, Hugh Smith, missed practice Monday. Coach Jack Mitchell said: "We won't know definitely for a day or two, but it looks is though Smith will have to drop out of school because of personal problems." The 200 pound, 6-3 junior from Guymon, Okla., is Kansas' leading rusher with a 5.7 yard average. Mitchell said "we plan to play Hadl half the time at left halfback against Colorado." Hadl is the No. 1 quarterback but played halfback in his freshman and sophomore vears. Bowling Scores WEDNESDAY NIGHT LADIES Moore—4 High 10-30 — O. WhlUcre. 1»0-4»S i Wrl»ht—0 I High 10-30 — S. Wolg»»t, 1IS-51T Kaniai Stale—1 High 10 — M. Mueller, 181 High 30 — M. Liegtrot, 441 Petrex—1 High 10-30 — N. Lollar, 1(5-431 WIIIfr-0 High 10-30 — D. Toumberlln, 1S1-4U Moorman— 4 High W-30 — R. Morris, 161-42* First National— 1 High 10 — N. Frttts, 1M High 30 — B. Moody, 428 Peoplei— S High 10-30 — V. HoHm»n, 111-61* Townr r—I I High 10-30 — R. Mock, 170-411 Homilc4t—0 High 10-30 — V. Dengel, 14M1I Crushed Stone Govt. Lime Spread Washed Kaw Sand FOGLE QUARRY CH 2-4864 —CH 2-1782 BOB WHITE MOTOR CO. Invites You to See the WORLD SERIES on CA VICTOR COLOR TELEVISION and See the All New PLYMOUTH and VALIANT for 1962 WHITE Motor Co. 118 S. 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