Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 13, 1962 · Page 10
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Green Bay, Skins Picked I By JACK CLARY Associated Press Sports Writer IThe Green Bay Packers and Washington Redskins, onty unbeaten teams in the National Footi>all League, are favored to keep it that way Sunday, but the favorite tag looks more formidable on the Packers. ', Green Bay, 4-0 and in first place ijh the Western Conference, travels to play the winless Minnesota Vikings (0-4) and is a three-touchdown favorite to whip a team it Beat 34-7 in the season's first game. •. Washington takes its Cinderella act to St. Louis to play the Cards (1-3), one of its three victims to date. The astounding Skins, who Won a total of two games the past two seasons, are first in the Eastern Conference, with a 3-0-1 mark. : Should either fall, the challengers seem ready to move up. • Detroit's Lions (3-1) are tied •pith Chicago for second place in the West and are favored to take ihe Los Angeles Rams (0-4). The Bears are slight choices over the San Francisco 49ers (2-2). " The defending pion New York Eastern cham- Giants (3-1), in Page 10 & 11 Garden City Telegram Saturday, October 13, 1962 second place, open their home season against the Pittsburgh Steelers (2-2), and could take over the lead with a victory if Washington loses. In other NFL activity Sunday, the Baltimore Colts (2-2) are at Cleveland to meet the Browns (2-2), and Philadelphia (1-3) travels to Dallas (1-2-1). The defending NFL champion Packers, with 12 straight victories stretching back to last December, came out cf last week's tougfa 9-7 victory over Detroit without an injury. This mean's the Vikings' beleaguered defenses will have to stop fullback Jim Taylor, the NFL's top rusher, and try and cope with the loop's best defense. The Redskins, 24-14 victors two weeks ago over the Cardinals in Washington, are also in good shape. The Cardinals have benched veteran quarterback Sam Etcheverry for second year pro Charley Johnson. Rain May Cause Delay of Sixth Series Tilt SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (AP)— An all-night rain imperiled the already delayed sixth game of the World Series between the San Francisco Giants and New York Yankees today. Even before the downpour began Friday, the Weather Bureau announced there was a "60 to 70 per cent" chance of rain today with one to two indies expected to fall on already drenched Candlestick Park before scheduled game time. "It will take four or five days for the field to become perfectly dry even if we had no more ram," said Matty Schwabe Jr., head of the grounds crew. I The sixth game originally was scheduled for Friday, but baseball commissioner Ford Frick called it off at 8:45 a.m. The rain not only dampened the spirits of the players of both teams who have become bored sitting round in their rooms or hotel lobbies, but even the rival managers were becoming irritated. Yankee manager Ralph Houk, concerned that his hitters might become rusty, was seeking an indoor fieldhouse where his athletes would, be able to limber up should today's game be officially postponed until Sunday. "We haven't been doing much hitting in the series as it is," said Houk, "but thi s layoff i s bound to hurt their timing even more." Despite their lack of hitting, the Yankees have won three of the five games played so far and need one more victory to clinch their 20th world championship in the last 40 years. Alvin Dark, bedded by a heavy cold, didn't like the postponement either, but saw one ray of sunshine through the heavy clouds. "I kept hoping we would be able to play,'' said the Giant skip- per between sniffles. "Our play-1 use O'Dell in relief of Pierce if er s were up for it and my pitch- j the occasion calls for it." j er, Billy Pierce, wag fit and ready. He will be my pitcher Saturday, too, if we can get the game in. "The postponement has provided us with one advantage, anyway. Now I am in position to pitch Jack Sanford in the seventh game with his normal three days rest. I had been considering both Sanford and Bilty O'Dell. I may Houk, too. planned to go with his original selection, Whitey Ford. "Ford is my sixth game pitcher no matter when the game is played," he s aid. "I don't see how the rain could have given the advantage to either team. I know Dark will now have Sanford available, if there is a seventh game. By the same token, Ralph Terry, who defeated Sanford in the fifth game last Wednesday, also will be available in th e seventh game." This World Series threatened to be the most drawn out since the 1911 series between the Giants and Philadelphia Athletics. That series lasted 13 lays, from Oct. 14 through Oct. 26. Rain held up Jthat classic six. days between the third and fourth games. Tug Wilson, Veeck Info Hall of Fame CHICAGO (AP) - K. L. (Tug) Wilson, U.S. Olympic Committee president and former Big Ten Commissioner, and baseball's Bill Veeck today were named to the Illinois Sports Hall of Fame. Wilson, 66, and Veeck, 48, won in a poll of the Illinois Associated Press Sports Editors' Association which sponsors the hall. They won over such close contenders as Joey Ray, Ray Schalk, George Musso and Hack Wilson. channels 6 and 11 television-week of Oct. 14-20 KTVC-6 KGLD-11 SUNDAY 11:30 6 News, Weather, SporU 11:45 6 NFL Kick-off 11:45 11 World Series 12:00 6 NFL Football 1:00 11 Play of the Week 2:30 6 Early Show 3:00 11 KU Football 4:00 6 Mantorani 4:00 11 Biography 4:30 6 GE College Bowl 4:30 11 Political Story of the Week 5:00 6 20th Century * 5:00 11 Meet The Press 5:30 11 McKeever and The Colonel 8:30 6 Password 6:00 6 Lassie 6:00 11 Ensign O'Toole 6:30 6 I>ennlB The Menace 6:30 11 Disney'e Wonderful World of Color 7:00 6 Ed Sullivan 7:30 11 Car 54 Where Are Tou 8:00 6 The Real McCoys 8:00 11 Bonanza 8:30 6 True Theatre 9:00 6 Candid Camera 9:00 11 Dunont Show of the Week 9:30 6 Whats My Line 10:00 6 Newe 10:00 11 News and Weather 10:15 6 Weather 10:20 11 Adventures In Paradise 10:20 € Sport,, 10:30 6 Fair Highlights 10:45 6 Big Movie "Coney Island" MONDAY 11:00 6 Lore of Lite 11:30 6 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 6 Guiding Light 12:00 6 Nooa New. 12:00 11 News. Weather. Market* 12:15 11 Mid-Day Farm Report 12:30 6 As The World Turns 12:30 11 Elmer Childress 1:Of) 6 Password 1:00 11 Merve Griffen Show ' 1:30 6 House Party 1:30 11 Loretta Youag Theatr* ' 2:00 6 The Millionaire * 2:00 11 Toung Doctor Malon* „ 2:30 E To Tell The Truth 2:30 11 Our Fivr Daughters 3:00 6 Secret Storm 3:00 11 Make Room for Daddy 3:30 6 Edge of Night " : 3:30 11 Heree Hollywood - 4:00 6 Cowboy Frank 4:00 11 Major Astro . 4:30 6 Mickey Mouse Club ? - 4:30 11 KARD Gang Club 5:00 6 Yogi Bear 5:30 6 Bill Brook Show 5:30 11 Sea Huat 5:45 11 News 6:00 6 Evening Edition Kc*n 6:00 11 News & Weather ,6:15 6 Weatherview 6:15 11 Huntley-Brinkley 6:20 6 SporU Spotlight fi:SO K To Tell the Truth 6:30 11 Its a Man's World 7:00 6 I've Got A Secret ' 7:30 11 Saints and Sinners 8:00 6 Danny Thomas S:30 6 Andy Griffith 8:30 11 The Price Is Right 9:00 6 New Loretta Young Show 9:00 11 David BHnkley Journal 9:30 6 Bob. Dole 9:30 11 Joey Bishop Show . 10:00 6 News 10:00 11 Nfeht Beat News 10:15 6 Weather ,.10:20 6 Sports 10-W1 11 Snorts 10:30 6 Big Movie 10:30 11 Toalgtit Show TUESDAY Liove of Life Search For Tomorrow Guiding Light Nooa New s News. Weather. Markets As The World Turns Elmer Childress Password Plllsbury Bake Off Merve Griffen Show Lorctta Tnunp TSeatrt Womans World Young Doctor Malone To Tell The Truth Our Five Daughters Secret Storm Make Room For Daddy Edge of Night Here's Hollywood Cowboy Frank Major Astro Mickey Mouse Club KARD Gang -Club Bill Brook s Show Sea Hunt Evening Edition New* MPW« and Weather Weatherview PTin«!v-t?rnVlpv Report Sports Spotlight TBA Laramie Loyd Bridges Show Red Skeltoa Empire Guestward Ho Dick Powell Show Garry Moore Show Cain's Hundred diet Huntley Reporting 11:00 B 11:30 6 -- 11:45 6 12:00 6 12:00 11 12:30 6 t 12:30 11 . 1:00 6 1:30 6 < 1 :00 11 1:30 11 2:00 6 ' 2:00 11 2:30 6 2:30 11 3:00 6 3:00 11 3:30 6 3:30 11 4:00 6 • 4:00 11 * 4:30 6 . 4:30 11 5:00 6 5:30 11 6:00 6 6:00 11 6:15 6 fi-15 n 6:20 6 6:30 6 6:30 11 .:00 6 7:30 6 7:30 11 8:30 6 8:30 11 9:00 6 9:00 11 9:30 11 10:00 6 10:00 11 Night Beat News 10:15 6 Weather 10:15 11 Regional News-Weather- Sports 10:20 6 Sports 10:20 11 Sports 1U:30 6 Big Movit "Jessie James" 10:30 11 Tonight Show «• honlle a complete HM of TV s»ts anti Appliance* 117 W. Lour* IK 1-3221 WEDNESDAY 11:00 6 Love ot Lite 11:30 6 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 6 Guiding Light 12:00 6 Moor New, 12:00 11 News,-Weather, Markets L2:15 11 Mid-Day Farm Report 12:30 6 As The World Turns 12:30 11 Elmer Childress 1:00 6 Password 1:00 11 Jan Murray Show 1:30 6 House Party 1:30 11 Loretta Young 2:00 6 Womans World 2:00 11 Young Dr. Malone 2:30 6 TO Tell The Truth 2:30 11 Our Five 3:00 6 Secret Storm 3:00 11 Make Room for Daddy 8:30 6 Edge of Night 3:30 11 Here's Hollywood 4:00 6 Cowboy Frank 4:00 11 Major Astro 4:30 6 Mickey Mouse Club 5:00 6 Quick Drew McGimw 5:30 6 Bill Brooks Show 5:30 11 Sea Hunt 6:00 6 Evening Edition New* 6:00 11 News Weather 6:15 6 Weatherview 6:15 11 Huntiey-Bnnldey Report C:20 6 Weather 6:30 11 The Virginians 6:30 6 CBS Report* 7:30 6 Dobie Gillis 7:30 11 The Rebel 8:00 6 The Beverly Eillbillie- 8:30 11 Perry Como 8:30 6 Dick Van Dyke Show 9:00 6 Manhunt 9:00 11 Elerneth Hour 9:30 6 Highway Patrol 9:30 11 David Brinkley Journal 10:00 6 News 10:00 11 News 10:15 6 Weather 10:15 11 Weather 10:20 11 Sports 10:25 6 Sports 10:30 6 Bie Movie "The Uninvited" 10:30 11 Tonight Show USE Telegram WANT ADS For Fast Results THURSDAY 11:00 6 Love of Life 11:30 6 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 6 Guiding Light 12:00 31 News, Weather. Market* 12:00 6 News, Weather, Sports 12:15 11 Mid-Day Farm 'Report 12:25 31 Civic Calendar 12:30 6 As the World Turns 12:30 11 Elmer Childress 1:00 6 Password 1:00 11 Men-e Griffen Show 1:30 6 House Party 1:30 11 Liiretta Young Theatrw 2:00 6 Womans World 2:00 11 Young Dr. Malone 2:30 6 To Tell The Truth 2:30 11 Ou r Five Daughters 3:00 6 Secret Storm 3:00 11 Make Room for Daddy 3:30 6 Edge of Night 3:30 11 Here's Hollywood 4:00 6 Cowboy Frank 4:00 11 Major Astro 4:30 6 Mickey Mouse Club 5:00 6 Bill Brooks Show 5:30 11 Sea Hunt 6:00 6 News 6:on 11 Vfiws and Weather 6:15 6 Weatherview 6:15 11 Huntley-Brinkley Report 6:20 6 Sports Spotlight 6:30 6 Mister Ed 6:30 11 The Wide Country 7:00 6 Perry Mason 7:30 11 Dr. Kildare 8:00 6 The Nurses 8:30 6 TBA 8:30 11 Hazel 9:00 11 Andy Williams Show 9:00 6 Alfred Hitchcock Hour 10:00 6 News 10:00 11 News 10:15 6 Weather 10:15 11 Weather 10:20 6 Sports 10:20 11 Sports 10:30 6 Big Movie "Bohama Passage" 10:30 11 Tonight Shew FRIDAY 11:00, 6 Lore ef Life 11:30 6 Search for Tomerrew 11:45 6, Guiding Light 12:00 i> Nooa New. 12:00 M News. Weather, Market* 12:15 11 Mid-Day Farm Report 12:30 6 As The World TUTS* 12:30 11 Elmer Childress 1:00 .6 Pasword 1:00 11 Merve Griffen Show 1:30 6 House Party 1:30 11 Loretta Young 2:00 6 The Millionaire 2:00 11 Young Dr Malon* 2:30 6 To Tell The Truth 2:30 11 Our Five Daughttrs 3:00 6 Secret Storm 3:00 11 Make Room For Daddy 3:30 6 Edga of Night 3:30 11 Here's Hollywood • 4:00_ 6 Cowboy Frank 4:00 11 Major Astro 4:30 6 Mickey Mouse Club 5:00 6 Huckleberry Hound 5:30 6 Bill Brooks Show 5:30 11 Sea Hunt 6:00 6 News 6:00 11 News and Weather 6:15 6 Weatherview. 6:15 11 Huntley-Brinkley Report 6:20 6 Sports Spotlight 6:30 6 Rawhide 6:30 11 International Showtime 7:30 6 Route 66 7:30 11 Sing Along With Mitch 8:30 6 Fair Exchange 8:30 11 Don't Call Me Charlie 9:00 11 Jack Paar Show ' 9:30 6 Eye Witnes, 10:00 6 News 10:00 11 News 10:15 6 Weather 10:15 11 Wither 10:20 6 Sports 10:20 11 Sporte 10:30 6 Pie Movie "For Whom The Bell Tolls" 10:30 11 Tonight Shuw SATURDAY 11:00 6 Leara to Draw 11:00 11 Make Room for Daddy 11:15 6 Baseball Game of Week 11:30 11 Cartoon Time 12:30 11 Magic Branch 1:30 11 Otto from Outer Space 1:45 11 Operation Education 2:00 6 NCAA Football 2:00 11 Around the Town 3:30 11 TBA 4:00 n NFL Pro Football Highlights 4:30 6 Deputy Chet of Spudnut Valley 4:30 11 Captain Gallant 5:00 6 Two Faces West 5:00 11 Wyatt Earp 5:30 6 Willie Wlredhan* 5:30 11 Sea Hunt 6:00 6 TBA 6:iTO 11 Sportsman's Frleno 6:30 6 Jackie Gleason 6:30 11 Sam Benedict 7:30 6 The Defenders 7:30 11 Death Valley Days 8:00 11 Saturday Nlte at the Movies 8:30 6 Have Oun, Will Travel 9:00 6 Guramoke 10:00 6 News 10:00 11 News 10:15 6 Weather 10:15 11 News. 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