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la The Daily Register ^MaiL Ga^esburg, 111. Saturday, October 3, 1953 YANKEE DOUBLE PLAY—Billy Martin, Yankees second baseman, throws to first to complete a double play after getting slid* ing Gil Hodges of the Dodgers in the second inning in the third World Scries game in Brooklyn (Oct. 2). Ump Bill Grieve signals the out. Play started with Carl Furlllo's bouncer to Phil Rizzuto at short. (AP Wirephoto.) Series Highlights By SHELDON SAKOWITZ other regulars on both clubs pre- BROOKLYN W) — The Yankees, viously had collected at least one who haven't made an error in the hit. first three games of the Series, have a priority on the record of committing the fewest errors in both four-game and five-game series. The 1939 and 1950 Yankees hold the mark for the least errors in a four-game series, two. In 1937 the Yanks went through a five- game series without an error. While Carl Erskine was bettering the World Series single game strike-out record in yesterday's game, his catcher, Roy Campanella, tied another. Roy was credited with 14 putouts in the game, twice achieved by Mickey Cochrane of the Philadelphia A's. Gil McDougald's infields single in the third inning yesterday was his first hit of the Series. All Say Howard Ehmke s He Faced Toughest Men PHILADELPHIA Iff) — Howard JEhmke, whose 24-year-old World Series strikeout record was bettered by Carl Erskine of the Brooklyn Dodgers Friday, thinks he pitched to the tougher batting order. . Ehmke set the record in 1929 when he struck out 13 in winning the first game of the World Series against Ihe Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field. The A's won the game, 3-1. Erskine struck out 14 New York Yankees Friday. The 58-year-old Ehmke took stock of the situation and said he guessed "records are made to be broken. My wife has taken it a little to heart. She isn't crying or anything you understand but just sort of downhearted." Then he turned to the batting orders. Compared to the Cubs of '29, Ehmke, now a 58-year-old Philadelphia awning dealer, thinks the Yankees "are just kids." "As a group they can't come anywhere near the Cubs who had Hack Wilson, Charley Grimm, Kiki Cuyler, Rogers Hornsby and Riggs Stephenson to name just a few." There have been only two double plays in the Series, thus far, and Brooklyn's Carl Furillo has rapped into the twin-killings both times. When Joe Collins and Mickey Mantle both fanned four times, they were one short of the record of striking out in a Series game. In the third game of the 1932 Series, Pitcher George Pipgras of the Yanks struck out five times against Chicago Cubs pitching, but Pipgras was the winning hurler. Californian Duke Snider disclosed he wasn't worrying about a thing "except maybe how USC will do against Indiana." Jim Hughes, a bullpen fireman for the Dodgers this season, put on a fireman's hat to aide in a I over, the Monmouth aerial attack campaign to prevent fires. Hughes' dad is a fire captain in Chicago and his uncle is the fire marshal there. Stengel isn't lookin toward the fifth game yet. "All I know is that Ford is pitching Saturday and if he wins we're in pretty good shape." NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday's Result Philadelphia 21, Washington 21 (tie) Saturday New York at Pittsburgh (night) Detroit at Baltimore (night) Sunday Chicago Bears at Green Bay. Cleveland at Chicago Cardinals Los Angeles at San Francisco. Drunk Stages Encore PITTSFIELD, Mass. Wi—It may have set a time-record recently for arrests on the same charge. The prisoner was given a s&-months suspended sentence to district court for drunkenness. Four hours later, police had him in tow again. The charge: drunkenness. Casey Stengel figures some of his boys went fishing during yes- tersday's sunny afternoon. "Yeah, a few of 'em got nervous and went after bad balls when Erskine had two strikes on them," he said. Zippers Romp Over Carthage In 35-0 Tilt MONMOUTH — The Monmouth Zippers ran rough shod over Carthage at Sunny Lane field last night 35 to 0 in chalking up their third" win of the season. It might have been easily more one skied, but Coach Glenn Stavenhagen practically cleared his bench in the last quarter. Also the Zips had two touchdown plays called back, and suffered heavily from penalties. They lost 125 yards while Carthage had only a lone five yard setback. For the Zippers it was an all star cast with scoring well divided with both a good ground and aerial attack. The Monmouth line played fine defensive ball holding Carthage to only four first downs. Only one of these came by rushing, the others resulting from penalties. Meanwhile the Zippers chalked 17 firsts downs of their own. Monmouth marched down the field in the opening quarter, only to lose the ball on Carthage's 2 yard line. Carthage took over and on the first play Goodrich attempted to kick. Roger Pierce, Zipper center, and Bob McLoskey, left end, rushed in to block the kick which resulted in a safety for Monmouth to open the scoring. The Zippers came right back after a good return by Wood. After Olson had picked up 4 yards to bring the ball to the Carthage 40, Zipper quarterback Jerry "McKee tossed to right end, Bob McKee for a 17 yard gain. Ivan Haase picked up 12 more yards, and Woods went over right end from the 11 yard line for the Zippers first touchdown. Extra kick failed. The Zippers threatened to score again early in the second quarter but lost the ball on Carthage's 7 yard line. Carthage kicked and Walter Moore, reserve fullback, lugged the leather back from his own 40 yard line to the Carthage 22. Haase picked up two yards and McBride tossed a touchdown pass to McKee. McKee's kick was good and Monmouth led 15 to 0 at the half. It took the Zippers only eight plays to score in the second half. After Wood had chalked up two first downs, McBride fired one from the Carthage 40 yard line to McLoskey for another Monmouth touchdown ... the most sensational play of the evening. Pierce made a beautiful block to get Mc­ Loskey in the clear. McKee's kick was good. Before the third quarter was ILLINOIS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL (By The Associated Press) Lincoln 8, Peoria Manual 6. Elgin 13, Aurora West 7. St. Bede 24, Strentor 14. Monmouth 35, Carthage 0. East Hockford 15, East Aurora 7. West Rockford 19, Jollet 12. Herrtn 20, Centralia 19. Carbondale 13, Anna-Jonesboro 7. Chester 19, Pinckneyvile 6, Alton 13, Mt. Vernon 6. Carmi 37, Johnston City 0. Peoria Wodruff 6, Peoria Central 0. Moline 24, Kewanee 0. Pekin 51, Canton 0. Peoria Spalding 33, East Peoria 7. V.I.T. 14, Avon 6. Lewlstown 12, Valley 7, Bushnell 18, Cuba 6. ChilHcothe 14. Eureka 7. Macomb Western 52, Northwestern 0. Macomb 13, Beardstovvn 13, tie. .. Kewanee Wethersfield 32, Elmwooa 6. Farmington 39, Morton 6. Kankakee 21. Thornton Fractional 0. Feitshans Springfield 12, Lanphier, Springfield 0. Jacksonville 33, Carllnville IB. Plttsfleld 33, Greenfield 0. Mendofa 20, Ottawa 13. Hall of Spring Valley 3, DeKalb 0. Geneseo 13, Rock Falls 0. Sterling 13, Dixon 0. Urbana 26, Danville 19. Rochelle 13, Prfficeton 6. Rock Island 39, Clinton. la. 0. East Moline 32, Galesburg 19. St. Ambrose, Davenport, la., 6, Schlarman, Danville, 0. Monrnouth 35,'Carthage 0. ROVA 14, Alexis 7. Galesburg Corpus Christl 20, Roosevelt M. A. 0. Roseville 13, Aledo 0. AlWood 20, Winola 13. Reynolds 13, Wllllamsfield 6. Cambridge 6, Atkinson 6, tie. Wyoming 51, Galva 0. Walnut 27. Toulon 6. Bradford 32, Princeville 0. Metamora 30, Dunlap 0. Deer Creek-Mackinaw 20, Saybrook 0. Chicago Area Thornton 20, Argo 0. Blue Island 34, Leyden 7. Lockport 16, Bradley 0. Vocational 13. Lindblom 7. Lane 26, Senn 12. Gage Park 28, Kelly 12. Morgan Park M.A. 20, Oak Lawn 6. Phillips 27, Hirsch 7. Amundsen 25. Taft 19. Marshall 31, Roosevelt 0. Stelnmetz 14. Kelvyn Park 0. Hyde Park 13. Farragut 8. Bloom 38, Parker 7. Abingdon Raps Knoxville, 39-0 Stronghurst in 39-6 Win Over G&O Blackhatvks Crossing the goal line at least once in every period and three times in the third, Stronghurst took the Gladstone - Oquawka Blackhavvks in stride last night, 39 to 6. The game was played at Stronghurst. , Billups and D. Evans paced the Stronghurst attack as they each accounted for a pair of ouchdowns. Billups also kicked all three of the winner's extra points. One of the top plays of the game came in the fourth quarter when Johnson intercepted a pass and ran half the length of the gridiron for the final Stronghurst TD. Q fc O <«) Sironghurii (31) Whitmore le Mclntyre Cleek It Dowell Simmons lg Davison Fullerton c Foresman Olsen rg Ross Curtis rt White Brown ,! re . Waddill McOlgan Qb Ford Stevenson lh .. Billups Dixon rh D. Evans Vice fb J, Evans 6— 6 6—39 Score by quarters: G&O 000 Stronghurst 6 7 20 Touchdowns: Stronghurst: Billups (2), D. Evans (2), Waddill, Johnson, G & O: Stevenson. Points after TD: Waddill (3). SPORTS IN BRIEF By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York—Carl Erskine set a record of 14 strikeouts as th'e Brooklyn Dodgers defeated the New York Yankees, 3-2, in the third game of the World Series. Virginia Water) England—Spearheaded by Capt. Lloyd Mangrum and Sam Snead, America's Ryder Cup team won three ant of four matches to take a 3-1 lead over the British in the first day of the International Series. "Always ready with a winning punch" is more than a slogan when you employ disabled veterans. They produce as well as able-bodied workers —sometimes better. Fill that next job opening with a disabled vet. {Carl Erskine Is Dodgers' Hero of the Hour After Record-Breaking Pitchin By WILL GRIMSLEV BROOKLYN MP) — It's often a short hop from the role of "hero" to that of "goat"—and vice versa —in'the World Series. Ask Carl Erskine— On- Wednesday, Carl gives up three walks, two hits and four runs to the Yankees in the first inning and he's not permitted to start another. He's sent to the showers where later he dejectedly remarks: "I was wild. I couldn't control my fast ball or my curve." On Friday, just two days later, Erskine is the toast of the diamond world, winner over the Yankees 3-2 on a masterful pitching performance and new all-time strike- dut king of the World Series with 14. "My overhand curves were breaking in there pretty good," he said. Ask Mickey Mantle.— On Thursday, Mickey, the golden boy of the gold-plated Yankees, smashed a two-run homer in the eighth to give New York its second straight victory, 4-2. "It was maybe a screwball," said the grinning, taciturn Mantle as flashbulbs popped and reporters crowded his knees. On Friday, 24 hours later, the same Mickey Mantle strikes out four times in successior/, looking foolish in his wild swings at Erskine's benders. No flashbulbs this time. Just a question: "What happened, Mickey?" And the reply: A cold, dagger-like stare. Ask Jackie Robinson— Through the first two games, this superb athlete who long has been the driving force of the Dodgers has one sickly hit in eight appearances and misjudges a fly ball which goes for a home run that leads to the Yankees' second victory. 'I just muffed it, that's all," says the frank Robinson. "I played it like an infielder. Shoulda had it in my pocket." i In the third game on Friday Jackie gets three hits in four trips, including a double, scores on a squeeze bunt and makes a sensational catch in shortstop territory when the sun blinds Peewee Reese. "Doing a little better," ho comments solemnly in the dressing foofn. Ask Joe Collins— On Wednesday, the Yankee first baseman poles' a seventh inning homer which breaks a 5-5 tie and opens the way to a 8-5 New York victory. He's the center of attention in the winning dressing room. On Friday, Collins strikes out four times in succession against Erskine and dribbles out weakly to the pitcher in the ninth with the tying run on base. A lonesome figure in the locker room. By ORLO ROBERTSON BROOKLYN t^- Carl Erskine, .slim 26-year-old righthander from Anderson, Ind., was the toast of friend and foe alike after establishing a World Series strikeout record in Brooklyn's 3-2 win over the New York Yankees. And when the Dodders got through heaping praise on their ace in the dressing room following Friday's triumph, they turned to congratulate their sore-handed catcher Roy Campanella, whose eighth inning homer provided the winner margin. Erskine fanned 14 Yankees to erase the series mark of 13 established by Howard Ehmke of the Philadelphia Athletics rigainst the Chicago Cubs Oct. 8, 1929. Yells and friendly banter, missing after the Yankees won the first, two games, rang through the Dodger quarters. Erskine planted an appreciative kiss on Campanella's. sweating forehead. Over in the Yankee dressing room, the foiir - time champions paid full but grudging tribute to Erskine. "That pitcher stopped us more g Performance than anything else," said Manager Casey Stengel. "Vic Raschi pitched a darned good game but we didn't do much hitting for him." Mickey Mantlo was the angriest of all the Yankees—angry at himself for striking out four times along with teammate Joe Collins. Erskine said he never knew ho was going for a record. "I never knew how many strikeouts I had," he said. "I just knew we had our backs to the wall and I had to keep pumping 'cm in. Sure it was a big thrill when they told me afterwards I had broken the strikeout record. But I got my biggest kick, I think, in getting this win . which wc needed so much," Lewistown Gets Late Touchdown To Defeat Valley Lewistown pushed over a fourth quarter touchdown to grab a 12-7 win over Valley Friday at Fairview. Each team had scored in the first period, but Valley had a 7-6 lead when they made the extra point and Lewistown missed. The 7-6 score held up until the fourth period when Don Thiol- bcrt scored the winning touchdown for Lewistown. Lewlalown (12) Krulac Downs Smith Mnthcw Scalf Myetich M. Wilcox Mullen Thlelbert Allen Herbert Score by quarters: Lewistown 8 0 Valley 7 0 Touchdowns: Herbert, Combs. Points after touchdowns: Mason. Referee: Mctnen (Peoria). Umpire Pritchard. H. Lineman: Hunt (Peoria) Vallty (7) 1 e Roberts 11 ' Woolsey le Utslnger c Keefauvcr TK Jones rt Smith re Anderson qb Gluts lh Mason rh Norrl.s fb Combs O 6—12 0 0— 7 Thlelbert, Series Facts By The Associated Press W. L. Pet. New York (AL) 2 1 .667 Brooklyn (NL) 1 2 .333 First Game Brooklyn 000 013 100-5 12 2 New York 400 010 13x-9 12 0 Reynolds, Sain (6) and Berra; Erskine, Hughes (2), Labine (6), Wade (7) and Campanella. W-Sain. L-Labine. Home runs — Brooklyn, Gilliam, Hodges, Shuba. New York, Berra, Collins. Second Game Brooklyn 000 200 000-2 9 1 New York 100 000 12x-4 5 0 Roe and Campanella; Lopat and Berra. Home runs — New York, Martin Mantle. Third Game New York 000 010 010-2 6 0 Brooklyn 000 011 01x-3 9 0 Raschi and Berra; Erskine and Campanella. Home run — Brooklyn, Campanella. Remaining Schedule: Fourth and fifth games at Ebbets' Field, today and Sunday; sixth and seventh games (if necessary), at Yankee Stadium, Monday and Tuesday. Financial figures: Third game attendance paid 35,270; receipts (net) $209,382.68. Three-game figures; attendance paid 171,430; receipts (net) $978,432.34. READ THE WANT ADS clicked again. With the ball on the Carthage 35, McBride completed another pass* to McLoskey to the 14. Haase picked up six after which McBride hit McKee for another touchdown. McKee made the kick good and Monmouth led 29 to 0. Perhaps the best run of the evening came in the closing moments of the third quarter when Moore scampered.40 yards over the goal line, but the officials called it back and penalized the Zippers 15 yards for clipping. However Moore got his opportunity to score in the final quarter when he single handed bulled his way over from the Carthage 45 yard line in about five plays, scoring from the 5 yard line. Moore's play was pleasing to Coach Stavenhagen for he now has two fine fullbacks in Wood and Moore. Sophomore Phil Schweibert, subbing for Olson at right half, also turned in a good game. Without a first stringer left in the lineup the last quarter the reserves held their own against Carthage. At no time during the game did Carthage present anything that looked like a scoring threat as they were completely bottled up for the evening. Monmouth scored 216 yards by rushing and gained 164 yards by passing, having completed 9 out of 20 passes. Carthage made 44 yards by rushing; completed one pass out of 12 attempts for a total of 6 yards. Monmouth (35) McLoskey DoUinger Leary Pierce McCrery Houtchens McKee McBride Olson Haase Wood Abingdon never quit scoring last night at Knoxville, rolling over the Blue Bullets, 39-0, as the tw teams opened Little Six Confer ence play. Paul Way, Dick Tucker and/Bill Batson each scored a pair of touchdowns for the Commandos Both teams substituted freely when it became obvious that the outcome was decided. Abingdon took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter, and then got two more touch downs in the second period to lead 20-0 at the half. They came within one point of duplicating the performance in the second half, getting 19 points. Abingdon's first touchdown came on a 64 yard run by Way The third quarter score was-, on another long play, Tucker passing to Batson for 49 yards and the score. Abingdon (39) KribxvlIIt (0) Houston Chism G. Bradbury Sweborg Anderson McCue Steele Wright Bradbury Hughes Gibbs Score by quarters: Abingdon 6 14 6 13—39 Knoxville 0 0 0 0— 0 Touchdowns: Way (2), Tucker (2) Batson (2). Points after touchdowns: Way, Mc. Cullum, Bulkeley. Referee: Thomas. Umpire: Lemon H. Lineman: Pierson. Concise account of game: Subs: Abingdon—Taylor, Lindstrom, Bulkeley, McGrew, Thurman, Castle, Davis, Shisler, Moore, Hatch, Lee, Carter, Ray Morss. Knoxville—Nelson, G. Steele McCoy, Walker, Raider, Lasley, Phil blad, Johnson, Bybee, McNaught, I Benedict. Hansen. B. Wolf, England Scalf, R. Wolf, Smith, Moore. 1st quarter. 63 yard rim by Way Tucker-Batson 49 yard TD third. McCullum le Howerton It Onion lg Ahlert c Kellogg rg Peterson rt Cozad re Evans qb Tucker lh Batson rh Way f b le It in rg rt re qb rh lh fb Carthage (0) Goodrich Freeman Garrelts Sullivan Neff Boone Huls Hersch Gosperi Hanks Turner 0 0—0 14 6-35 FRIDAY'S FIGHTS By The Associated Press New York (St. Nicholas Arena)— Vince Martinez, 149%, Paterson, N. J. stopped Vinnie D'Andrea, 153'.i, New York 5. Los Angeles — Ramon Fuentes, 147, Los Angeles, outpointed Art "Golden Boy" Aragon, 145 '/4, Los Angeles, 10. Carthage 0 0 Monmouth 8 7 Scoring: Safety — McLoskey and Pierce. Touchdowns—McKee 2, Woods 1, McLoskey 1, and Moore 1. Points after touchdown—McKee 3. Officials: Referee—Lamb. Umpire- Hill. Head linesman—Foss. All of Moline. SPILLS - CHILLS - THRILLS Slock Car Racing Sunday Afternoon, Oct. 4 Special Attraction — Ladies Race Most Sensational Stock Car Show in the Nation Time Trials 1:00 - First Bacs 2:30 MAINTAINED REST ROOMS - CONCESSIONS POLICED PARKING QUAD CITY SPEEDWAY AlWood Defeats Winola, 20-13 Scoring once in each of the first three periods, the AlWood gridders grabbed a 20-13 win from Winola Friday night at Alpha. Spivey scored two of the AlWood touchdowns, Fischer getting the other, while Frakes and Mosely took care of the Winola scoring. Each team was hurt by injuries during the game. Mosely received a head injury and was carried off on a stretcher, while Hambleton of AlWood hurt his leg WinoU (13) le It lg Minteer Anderson Mayer Cooper D. Minteer Enstrora Smith Frakes Mosley Yarde Paul rt rc Qb lh rh fb AlWood (20) Johnson Beck Kness Hambleton Davison Barton Wright Fischer Kness Willett Spivey Score by quarters: Winola - 0 6 7 0—13 AlWood 6 7 7 0—20 Touchdowns: Spivey 2, F i 8 h e r, Frakes, Nosley. Points after touchdowns: Underwood, Fisher, Frakes. Referee: Coates. Umpire: Pritchard- H. Lineman: Berstow. LITTLE PEOPLE TAKE MANY RISKS Going to and from school, at home, at play,—there are many places where children may be injured. Parents,—avoid expense for doctors and hospital. Buy Accident Insurance for your children. Lawrence D. Johnson Insurance Main and Cherry Streets Phone 4181 Kqscacating The Mau Cueaifj toi ttuajf Coopaoy of Hinfori. COM, Coleman GREAT SAVINGS! 3 BIG BONUSES While offer lasts—get powerful house-warming Coleman that saves fuel constantly. Here's value in exclusive Coleman heating special! 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