The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 3, 1961 · Page 3
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, October 3,1961 But Some Of The Cincy Boys Cut Their Teeth On Bats, Too DON BLASINGAME, 2B v Iowa First, Ole Miss Second By DON WEISS Associated Press Sports Writer The Iowa Hawkeyes, who set their own pace in a 28-7 season- opening victory over California last Saturday, set it well enough to retain the No. 1 spot in the weekly Associated Press college football poll. Twenty-four of the 49 members of the AP board of experts cast their first-place ballots for the Hawkeyes of the Big Ten. With plenty of secondary support from the other voters, they wound up with 424 points and a clear edge over Mississippi. The Rebels, also No. 2 a week ago, wound up with 16 first-place votes and 325 points. Ole Miss whipped Kentucky 20-G for its second in a row. Georgia Tech, noticed but unranked after clouting Southern California 27-7 in its first game, bolted up to third place after thumping Rice 244). A chance for measuring com parative strength will come Satur day when Iowa plays Southern Cal at Los Angeles. Georgia Tech fans will be interested to see whether Iowa can handle the Trojans with anywhere near the ease that the Engineers did 10 days ago. The top ten teams—points figured on a 10-9-8-7, etc. basis with first place votes in parentheses: 1. Iowa (24) 43-1 2. Mississippi (16) 325 3.< Georgia Tech (5) 266 4. Alabama (1) 259 5. Texas (2) 218 6. Michigan State (1) 203 7. Syracuse 191 8. Ohio State 123 9. Michigan 123 10. Baylor 117 X—48 votes cast. Others receiving votes: Notre Dame, Navy, Maryland, Miami (Fla.), Auburn, Missouri, North western, TCU, Army, Stanford, Penn State, Washington, Duke, Utah State, Colorado, Memphis State, Rice, Purdue, LSU, Kansas North Carolina, Southern California. EDDIE KASKO^SS Casey, Aides Start To Work By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Casey Stengel, his two new coaches, scouts and other officials of the New York Mets got down to serious business today, working on the list of players from which Lhey must pick their 1962 National League team. It was all strictly confidential. The lists were made available to George Weiss, club president, Monday by Warren Giles, the National League president. Each club had to list 15 available men, seven of whom were on the list Aug. 31 and thus came under the regular 25-player limit, and eight of whom were out on ""option or under control. "There are no great stars on the list," Giles admitted. "But there are players on the list thai the club normally wouldn't sell for $75,000. Stranded Irish Get A Hand SHANNON, Ireland (AP) Shannon airport's 98 stranded Irish-American tourists got a $6,OOC word of cheer today. The arrival of a Los Angeles bank draft for that amount cleared the way for their return home—seven days late. President Air Lines sent the money to pay landing fees and fuel bills piled up on the airliner chartered by the group. The plane was scheduled to fly them home last Wednesday. Airport officials said the craf needed only a precautionary in spection before it could be clearet for departure. Passengers were told it would probably take of] tonight. The Erin's Own Club of Chicago chartered the tour. The weary Irish-Americans, al from Chicago, had assemble* once more at the airport from hotels and private dwellings in the area where most of them hac spent their sixth night waiting for transportation. SELF SERVICE DEPT. NEW FALL HEELS 99 4 5 6 99 99 NEW FALL FLATS 3 4 99 PAINE'S Bootery VADA PINSON, CF * * * And All That Smoke EDITORS NOTE - Here is fogi Berra's first newspaper story, written exclusively for The Associated Press. The famous w York Yankee catcher, who lolds more World Series records han any other man, will write 'or AP afternoon papers throughout the series. By YOGI BERRA Written for The Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) - Don't augh. I might just as well become a sports writer. Didn't !asey Stengel start out as a left- handed dentist? And didn't Johnny Neun, an old Baltimore socker writer, become manager of the incinnati Reds? You could look it up. I got that expression from being around Stengel in so many World Series. After all he called me his assistant manager. I heard him tell it •jo his writers a few times. Casey used to ask me about the Look at how long Whitey Ford las been around. Remember Whitey broke in at a tough time against Vic Rashi (21 wins), Ed Lopat (21) and Allie Reynolds (17) and he won his first World Series start against the Phillies in 1950. Should have had a shutout, too. Aside from what Roger Man's and Mickey Mantle did this year in helping us Yankees set home run records, I'd like to comment on the fine job Ralph Houk did as FRANK ROBINSON, LF WALLY POST, RF GENE FREESE, 3B GORDY COLEMAN, IB DARRELL JOHNSON, C our manager. Here is a fellow who went to bat only twice in World Series action. And he tried to take my job as a catcher on the Yankees. He never quit trying and look where he is today. Why, now I'm not even his assistant manager. He did it all himself. So not only did I lose that job this year but also my job as No. 1 catcher on one of the greatest teams in baseball. We hope to prove that in the World Series starting Wednesday in Yankee Stadium. I'll be out in left field, and fel- las have said it's the toughest position on the team in October when those late afternoon shadows seem to hide the ball. And all those people blowing out cigarette smoke from our triple decker. Radioactivity Brings Warning SEOUL, South Korea (AP)-The South Korean Atomic Energy Agency reported today it had detected up to 16 times as much radioactivity as normally permissible for human beings in rain that fell Saturday. The agency warned the public not to drink rain water—the second such warning in a week. It added that the radioactive content in the atmosphere over South Korea was five times as high as permissible for humans. New Era Beginning At Cleveland CLEVELAND (AP) - The signing of Mel McGaha as manager of the Cleveland Indians marks ;he beginning of a new era in laseball here. Gone is the easy good humor of Jimmie Dykes, who was a symbol of a slower, happier time. McGaha is a young, tough leader who has a reputation for hitting hard. "I have one philosophy in baseball," said the new skipper following his appointment Monday. "That is to win. I play to win and I'll do anything to achieve that purpose. I know that sounds brutal, but there it is." McGaha, at 35 the youngest manager in major league baseball, was the Indians' first base coach this season. Dykes, 64, was released just before the Tribe's finale in Los Angeles Sunday. < > &* <* * 44 V s&MS When he was handed his pink slip Dykes said he felt sorry for his successor. "This job is murder," he said. "The troublemakers make it a suicide position." General Manager Gabe Paul admitted there were some troublemakers in the Tribe's ranks when he handed McGaha the job of pulling the Indians together. "We know we have a personality problem on this club," he said. "It has hurt us. That's one reason McGaha was brought in." U.S. Netters In Zone Finals NEW DELHI (AP) — The United States advanced to the inter zone finals of the Davis Cup ten- ney Reed of Oakland, Calif., defeated Indian's 19-year-old Jaidip nis competition today when Whit Mukerjea 6-2, 6-3, 6-3. The straight set victory gave Americans a 3-1 lead on the best- of-five matches and made the final match between Chuck McKinley of St. Louis and Ramana than Krishnan a mere formality. Your Square Dance Costume Levi 1 Tan WESTERN PANTS . . . Jackets to Match Marx and Rockmount WESTERN DRESS SHIRTS Rockmount WESTERN SHIRTS TIES . . . BELTS . . . BUCKLES OIL- Open Wed. Night Till 8:30 MOST ADVANCED HOUSE PAINT IN 50 YEARS • Resltts blistering—when applied on properly prepared surfaces. • Amazing results on both wood and masonry homes. • Flows on easier than any paint you ever used. • Dries In 30 minutes —bug- free, dirt-free. •boda-Mai* • A true whit*—that stays white. — J • Sparkling colors-keep theif beauty for years. OTTAWA LUMBER COMPANY BOB McCREA, Mgr. 1516 S. Main CH 2-1190 Ottawa's Motor Car Dealers Are Now Showing the New 1962 models! when you buy... 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