The Times Recorder from Zanesville, Ohio on October 1, 1962 · 13
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TIIE TIMES RECORDER, ZANESVILLE, OHIO B SECTION PACE S TIIE FLLVTSTOxES By Ilanna-Barbera Saturday Football Results IVational League Box Scores MONDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1962 THE MOPeXATE I "C " A a&a "HCW CO YOU LIKE J O-lvtATS RAINFALL NEVER 1 V Vi f I SS5 LIVINS IN THIS OUT HERS ANV SNOW, HAlL, - kZY ffrp-. VN J' kZ7""V p4(rroPTHE r- IS THE CYCLONES 7 K7T1 (TSStdJ , FR7r UNCLE EP J 1 (OH ZS ! XT HAVE AN K NANCY By Ernie Bushmillcr I WISH YOU'D STOP THAT MISTER HOW CAN I GET ACQUAINTED WITH THAT BOy i IF VDU KEEP PICKING UP My HANDKERCHIEF? LI'L ABIVEB By Al Capp C M FIRST STEP ) I X AH KNOWS A MICE N Vs TOWARD fYRiGHT" I ( LAWN MOWER 0 MIGHT ) BECOMING Hs? J BE INTRUSTED IN. IT'S J ( PRESIDENT IS TO ) fT BUILT 6UNAPTHIN' I GET MARRIED.? r. rTj LIKE VO' -jJ WAI,HOW BOUT HAM FAT GOOCHS FERTILIZER. SIT DOWN. SILLV eovr rVE-fi'GtEf- ALREADV MADE. MW CHOICE Yah kin fi Y 1 W . 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COUNTR.Y-1 APiS , s- Kfl BOASTING- FR6M pw!0 WttU 0f F THESE M05T OF THEM 5ICK'. f lpRlsailA FOR HER DRWE OUT SOME- GR0UND5 SINCE v. rmCP& $Jw?Si 1 V PRIGGISH RE8UFF WHERE FOR riiil THEY" I MEAN-" f Ky r7i -Mf -3 -L 1" ll-HAVE CLEARED O DINNER,lF'lNCE I CAME MERE! f Jff J TvVl s J V 1 f . - A ' -, I , . A ; ! ' ) . -v A ; I PHILADELPHIA CINCINNATI ab r h bl b r h bl Taylor 2b 3 0 10 Cardenas u 3 0 0 0 Klaus 3b 4 0 10 Rojas 2b 4 0 0 0 Savage rf 4 0 2 0 Pinson cf 4 12 0 Sievers lb 3 0 0 0 Robinsrm rf 3 1 J I Covington If 4 0 0 0 Lynch If 4 112 Ometer cf 3 0 0 0 Colpman lb 4 111 Dalrymple c 2 0 0 0 Free.p 3h 4 0 10 Amaro ss 2 0 0 0 Edwards c 2 0 0 0 aCalhson 1 0 0 0 Tsitouns p 3 0 0 0 Wine ss 0 0 0 0 Mahaffey p 2 0 1 0 bTorre 1 0 0 fl Bennptt p 0 0 0 0 Total illSI Totals 31 4 7 4 a-Struck out for Arnaro in 8th; b-Flied out for Mahaffev in 8th. Philadelphia 000 000 000 Cincinnati 020 001 10 4 PO A Philadelphia 24 7; Cincinnati. 27-10. DP Coleman. Cardenas and Coleman; Rojas. Cardenas and Coleman; Coleman unassisted LOB Philadelphia 5. Cincinnati 7. 2B Robinson 2, Frees. HR Lynch and Coleman. ip h rer bb so Mahaffey L. 19 14) ...7 7 4 4 3 3 Bennett 1 0 0 0 0 1 Tsitouns (W, 1 0) .... 9 5 0 0 2 4 HBP Cardenas (hv Mahaffey). Siev. ers (bv Tsitouns) U Oorrm.n, Forman, Sudol and Jaikowski. T 1:49. A 10,942. onto Ballet Atop New Building Workmen strike a momentary "ballet" pose while stretching to unhook crane cable high atop building under construction in Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle section. BUCKEYE NEWS BRIEFS Seven Killed In Weekend Traffic Mishaps In Ohio n cai ill W By Frank King 100! Tr,at wouldn't buyH knou; hou) the modeling ciay-say J Wte &ys he can comes tnrough! fcy'ry ( pi Ykn. Lrvi in&'n the castX Vaj're doinj it tneA t T LUel l , ChaH ie ; NThear LUner .sculor to model hard u;ay ! I ve pot a J how ar things sTuna isnr F - r n noTin?.l30U". a .i i -1 . nn i nn Tnn l u a- ra uid uwi i in i i i iy hi iuiw w i in i av nrnr sv REX MORGAN, M.D. By Bradley and Edginton 2S" ZWi LL. "U Jk4 JX yWHO KNOWS? m r ESPECIALLY IF DR. MORGAN - WswiTHTHEOUESTCi HHV V '''Zmf ALLISONT YOU'RE BEOINNING OilrBM If S1 THE ROAD rZT 1 TjH I vIr ifl i. JIM DRI VINO ALU50N POOLE TO THE HOSPITAL TONY REALIZES THAT SHE 5U5PECTS IT WAS HE WHO FORCED REX MORGAN OFF THE ROAD COLUMBUS (UPI) - At least seven persons were killed in Ohio weekend traffic accidents, all Fri day night and Saturday. The only other accidental death on the United Press International survey which started at 6 p.m. Friday was that of a boy who fell down an abandoned coal mine air shaft in Tuscarawas County. The fatalities by days: Friday Night Cleveland Joseph Bires Jr., 11, Toledo, killed and three mem bers of his family injured in a car collision. Saturday Canton - Fred Wible, 53, of North Canton, killed when his car crashed broadside into a truck at an intersection. Cleveland Mrs. Winifred Roc co, 32, Cleveland, died of injuries four hours after crashing her car into a Pennsylvania Railroad ov erpass. Lima Mrs. Fanny Burgman, 65, Lima, killed in an auto colli sion on Ohio 81 east of Lima. Canton Jean Hudak, 16, Can ton, killed in an auto collision at the intersection of Ohio 687 and 241 near Canton. Uhrichsville William John son, 14, Uhrichsville, killed when he was overcome by fumes while exploring an abandoned coal mine air shaft 12 miles southeast of Gnadenhutten and fell to the bottom. Cleveland James Sexton, 22. and Noah Blanton, 36, both of Cleveland, killed when the motor cycle they were riding on Lorain Ave. crashed into a store's plate glass front. One Fair Set COLUMBUS (UPI) - Ohio's 1962 county fair schedule, which opened the middle of July, will have its next to last show this weeks at Coshocton. The last of Ohio's county fairs will be the week - lone Fairfield County event, opening next Sun day at Lancaster. The four-day Coshocton County Fair closes Thursday. McEIroy Confident CLEVELAND (UPI) - Ohio Atty. Gen. Mark McEIroy said Sunday he was confident of vie tory in the Democratic mayorali- ty primaries here Tuesday. McEIroy told a crowd at the Democratic organization steer roast at Euclid Beach Park that he and the party were going to win Tuesday because the future of Cleveland demanded it. Blasting city administration leaders as "mediocre midgets in the seats of the mighty," McEl roy promised a vigorous admin- stration to stop "the downhill slide and get Cleveland moving again." Services Set LANCASTER, Ohio (UPI) - Services will be held Monday afternoon for Jacob Keller Kern Sr., 80, retired banker who died Friday at his home here. Kern retired in 1941 as presi dent of the local Farmers & Citi zens Bank which his father, Christopher F. Kern Sr., had helped found. Appointed COLUMBUS (UPI) - William G. Thomas of Cleveland will take over Oct. 11 as state chief of minority group services for the Ohio State Employment Service. He will succeed Donald Beatty, promoted to chief of staff serv ices for the Bureau of Unemployment. Groat ss Clndenn lb Coss If Stargell rf Leppert c Olivo p bLopan McHean p rBailev La ma be p dSchofield Francis p el'laskett Veale p Ttoals Ohio State 41 North Carolina 7 Indiana 28 Cincinnati 6 Miami 17 Western Michigan 7 Bowling fireen 14 Dayton 7 Xavier 24 Detroit 20 Ohio U. 21 Kent State ( Youngstown 19 McMurry (Te.) I Hillsdale IS Central State It Denison 39 Carnegie Tech t Hiram 7 Oberlin 6 Kenyon 27 Wooster Heidelbert 20 Ohio Wesleyao II Defiance 14 Ashland 13 Akron 13 Baldwin-Wallace 7 Capital 3 Mt. Union Muskingum 58 Marietta Wittenoerg 14 Otlerbein 7 Bluffton 35 Wilmington S EAST PITTSBURGH MILWAUKEE ab r h hi ab r h bl Virdon cf 4 12 0 Mathews 3b 4 1 2 1 5 0 3 3 Johnson cf 3 0 10 3 0 10 Tavlor rf 3 0 10 Mazerski 2b 5 0 0 0 T.Aaron lb 3 0 10 Hoak 3b 5 0 0 0 Asprnte 2b 4 10 0 5 0 2 0 Menke ss 4 0 0 0 5 13 0 Uecker c 4 112 5 13 1 Blai kabv If 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Curtis p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 aLemaster p 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ravmond p 10 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1110 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 41 4 15 4 Total . 12 J I 3 a-Struck out for Curtis in 3rd; b-Walked for Olivo in 5th: c-Struck out for Mr-Bean in 6th; d Singled for Lamabe in 8th; e-Flied out for Francis in 9th. Pittsburgh 000 000 040 4 Milwaukee 020 010 000 1 PO-A Pittsburgh 27-8, Milwaukee 27-6. DP Mathews. Aspromonte and T. Aaron; Ciroat, Mazeroski and Clendenon. LOB Pittsburgh 14, Milwaukee 5. 2B Clenden on, Stargell. Groat and Johnson. HR Uecker and Mathews. Ip h r er bb so Olivo 4 1 2 2 1 6 McBean I 1111 Lamabe (W, 3-1) ... 2 0 0 0 12 Francis 1 2 0 0 0 I Veale I 0 0 0 0 2 Curtis 3 5 0 0 0 2 Lemaster 3 3 0 0 2 2 Ravmond (L, 5-5) .. 3 7 4 4 2 2 SP Francis, U Vargo, Crawford, Harvey, T 2:30. A 7.376. Penn St. 20 Air Force ( Army 9 Syracuse 2 Columbia 22 Brown 20 Tufts 16 Bowdoin 0 Kings Point 17 American IntL I New Hampshire 18 Colby 14 Boston Coll. 28 Vilianova 13 Navy 20 William & Mary II Harvard 27 Lehigh 7 Rochester 6 Hamilton 8 Yale 18 Connecticut 14 Colgate 23 Cornell 12 Holy Cross II Buffalo ( W. Maryland 12 Penn. Military 7 Amherst 20 Springfield 0 Williams 13 Trinity (Conn.) Dartmouth 27 Massachusetts I Rhode Island 14 Maine 7 Slippery Rock 10 Edinboro T Hofstra 35 Southern Conn. 21 Princeton 15 Rutgers 7 Vermont 82 Rensselaer Poly I Pnn 13 Lafayette 11 Kansas 14 Boston U. 0 i i-u.st (iuard 10 Drexel Tech I Bucknell 15 Temple 14 Louisville II Marshall 0 SOUTH Morgan St. 14 N. Carolina Coll I Clemson 7 North Carolina St. 0 West Virginia 14 Virginia Tech t Kentucky St. 12 Knoxville 0 Auburn 22 Tennessee 21 Fisk 14 Tuskegee 0 Grambling 14 Southern 17. I Georgia Tech 17 Florida 0 "-- ft Lee 28 Lebanon Valley I Johni Hopkini 28 Frank, ft M. 7 uet a Presbyterian I Chattanooga 14 E. Tenn. St. 11 Georgia 10 Vanderbilt 0 Mississippi 14 Kentucky 0 Louisiana St, 6 Rice 6 Maryland 11 Wake Forest 1 Miami (l-la.) 21 lexas ennst. 20 Lenoir Rhyne 20 Newberry 19 hast Carolina is Catawba 14 Davidson IS Wofford SCAMI" By Walt Disney orM I rbu Rm.vM . S Or VVU. 3SC Y ILl IAICI I X VNASM'T HUNGfcW. REALLY J Fire Put Out In Chaps Run Firemen Sunday afternoon quickly extinguished a fire in Chaps Run at the rear of 713 Dryden road. A pile of creosote-soaked timbers in the stream had caught fire, and sent huge black clouds of smoke skyward, attracting a considerable number of persons to the area. Firemen said the timers had jammed in the creek during a four-inch rain storm in the summer of 1961, and had remained there since. No damage resulted from the blaze. Maysvillc Pk. Youth Held For Wounding Neighbor, 56 David Johnson, 18, of Maysville pike was being held in the Muskingum County jail Sunday on an open charge pending an in vestigation into the shooting and wounding of a neighbor Saturday evening, Sheriff Fred B. Uffner reported. Uffner said Johnson was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Kenneth Foster after Edgar Dimmerling, 56. was grazed by two pellets from a 16 gauge shotgun fired by the youth as the climax of a long standing dispute. Dimmerling was treated by a physician. Foster said Johnson told him he had not intended to shoot his victim but only wanted to frighten him into apologizing for using abusive language in the past. Dimmerling, who rooms and boards at the home of Mrs. Marie Morris, told Foster he was lying in bed when Johnson entered the room, picked up the shotgun standing against the wall and said get out of bed or I'll shoot you there." Dimmerling said he started to get to his feet and as he did so, struck- tne barrel of the gun which was discharged into the floor with the edge of the pattern of shot creasing the left side of his head. Columbus Man Best Test Pilot BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (UPI) Donald W. McCracken of Co lumbus, Ohio, was named out standing test pilot of the year Sat urday night by the Society of Experimental Test Pilots at its an nual gathering here. McCracken was presented the Ivan C. Kincheloe Award at the banquet climaxing the society's sixth annual symposium which was attended by more than 1,000 top military and civilian test pi lots. He received the award for the experimental flying he performed while a test pilot for the McCon- nell Aircraft Corp. of St. Louis Mo. McCracken was project pilot on the Navy's supersonic F4H Phantom II. The award citation noted the program involved attaining speeds considerably in excess of mach 2.5. It stated that McCrack en's precise execution of difficult flights reflected great credit on himself, the experimental test pi lot profession and his company. Astronaut Lt. Col. John Olenn of Ohio was the principal speaker at a symposium luncheon. Glenn told the pilots there could be no denying man s efficiency in space. Ohio University Procrams Center Is Announced ATHENS, Ohio (UPI) - Ohio University announced Sunday the establishment of an international programs center to handle the business created by an increase of overseas projects from three to seven during the last eight months. President Vernon Alden said the operations of current interna tional projects at the center in the College of Education building and pave the way for further expansion. The total federal investment in Ohio University overseas projects, Alden said, has reached $1.5 million for the coming academic year, to be one of the largest in the nation. South, East, Crooksville Win Games South, East and Crooksville post ed Biddy League varsity victor ies Sunday. Paul Bronker scored two touch downs to lead South to a 20-0 de cision over South Zanesville while Bob Herman romped to three scores in leading East in a 28-0 victory over East Fultonham. Dick Probasco scored two second hnlf touchdowns to give Crooksville its 22-12 win over North. East JV tripped South JV 6-0 on a third quarter touchdown by Denny Bryan. A safety and Mark Abrey's 25-yard run gave North JV a 10-8 win over Crooksville JV. Mike Micheli's 42-yard touch down and a two-point conversion run by Mike Sims gave North Pee-wees an 8-6 verdict over South Zanesville while Kenny Herman's two touchdown plunges gave East Peewees a 12-0 win over South. MIDWEST Ohio State 41 North Carolina T Nebraska 25 Michigan 13 Indiana 21 Cincinnati I Auustana 14 Millikin 1 Southern III. 41 Cen. Michigan t Wisconsin 69 New Mexico SU 11 Minnesota 0 Missouri 0 Omaha 47 Bradley 26 Iowa 21 Oregon St. I Wheaton II Hope 0 Drake 21 Colorado St. Coll. Ball St. 28 Butler 28 Beloit 19 St. Olaf 11 . DePauw 19 Evansville 6 Bluffton College IS Wilmington I Wichita 11 Hardin Simmons i SOUTHWEST Arkansas 42 Tulsa 14 Notre Dame 11 Oklahoma 7 Houston 18 Texas A4.M 1 Memphis State 14 No. Texas State Texas 14 Texas Tech t West Texas State 49 Tex, Western t Pittsburgh 24 Baylor 14 Lamar St. 11 Abilene Christian I WEST Colorado 8 Kansas St. t Idaho Idaho St. Washington St. 21 Wyoming 15 Stanford 16 Michigan St. 11 California 2S San Jose I Washington 28 Illinois 7 Nevada 2 Whlttier I Oregon 35 Utah I Utah State 41 Montana 20 New Mexico 35 Arizona 23 Humboldt State 21 Williamette II Geo. Washington II Brigham Young II Redlands 22 Riverside (Calif.) 12 U. of Pacific 28 Santa Clara I HIGH SCHOOL Rosecrans 46 Sheridan I . Belliare 40 Cambridge 20 Barnesville 20 Dillonvale I Steubenville Central 21 Donor (Pa.) I Warwood (W. VA.) 32 Bridgeport 20 Bell St. Johns 24 Llnslv (W. Va.) I Canton C. C. 11 Youngs. Ursuline 8 Akron Garfield 14 Akron Buchtel ( Akron Hower I Akron Kenmor 8 Nilej II Youngstown Mooney I KichOff UF Meeting Set Tuesday John Montgomery, Neighbor hood Division chairman for the United Fund campaign, has an nounced the kick-off meeting for the division will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the YMCA. A buffet supper will be served to the volunteers with each person paying for his meal. Tickets may be purchased from the section chairman or at the door. Reservations must be turned in to the United Fund office this morning. The main speaker will be Miss Crystal Petty, an outstanding sen ior at Zanesville High School. Miss Petty, who has spoken to several groups recently on behalf of the United Fund, was one of four students chosen last year to at tend the International Institute on World Affairs in Cincinnati. She will speak on "Your United Fund." Montgomery has urged every one in his division to attend the meeting. Campaign material and volunteer kits will be distributed and the contents explained. The United Fund goal this year is $227,510 and the Neighborhood Division quota is $8,922. The first division report meeting is scheduled for noon on Oct. 11 at the YMCA. Fast 8 12 8 828 E. Fultonham 0 I I 0 0 SCORING: East Menhorn (40-yd. run! Mormon 1 S.u.4 run l.vi nllino 30-yd. punt return). PAT; East Herman (run), Bennett (run). North 8 8 8 812 Crooksville 2 6 8 822 SCORING; North Magaziner 2 (40-yd. run. 7-yd. run); Crooksville Safety (tackle by Jones), Richardson (30-yd. pass). Probasco 2 (75-yd. run ll-yd. rum PAT: Crooksville Shoemaker (pass). South 14 6 8 8-26 So. Zanesville 6 6 6 08 SCORING: South Hawxhurst (2-yd. run), Paul Bronker 2 (15-yd. run. 30-yd. run. PAT: South Reed (run). North J. V 118 816 Crooksville J. V 6 6 8 8 I SCORING: North J. V. Safety (tackle by Sims), Ahrey (25 yd. rum; Crooksville J. V. Lucket (30-yd. pass). PAT: North J. V. Antonett (run); Crooksville J. V. Denny (run). South i. V 6 6 6 66 East J. V 6 6 6 61 SCORING: East J. V. Bryan (2-yd rum. Fast P. W 6 6 6 6 !2 South P. W 6 6 6 68 SCORING: East P. W. Herman 2 (I-yd. run. 1yd. run). So. Zanesville P. W 6 6 6 6- North P. W 6 8 6 6- SCORING: So. Zanesville Moller (13- yd. run); North P. W. Micheli (42-yd. run). PAT: North P. W. Sims Irunl. Groat Leads Pittsburgh Victory, 4-3 Pascual Wins 20th Victory MINNEAPOLIS-St. PAUL (UPI) Camilo Pascual, battling the weatherman as well as the Baltimore Orioles, Sunday won his 20th game of the season on a three-hit shutout as the second place Minnesota Twins downed the Baltimore Orioles, 1-0. Pascual, entering the charmed 20-game circle on his third attempt, struck out seven to raise his league-leading strikeout mark to 206. The victory was his 18th complete game, another American League high for the season. Harmon Killebrcw. who finished the season as the league home run (48) and runs batted in (126) king drove in the winning run in the opening inning. MILWAUKEE (UPI) - Short- stop Dick Groat's three run dou ble in the eighth rallied the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 4-3 victory over the Milwaukee Braves Sunday in their final game of the season. The win gave the fourth place Pirates a 93-68 record for the season. Their position in the final standings was two rungs higher than in 1961. The win went to Jack Lamabe, his third of the year, who was the second Pittsburgh reliefer. The loss was charged to Claude Raymond, who pitched the last three innings after two other Milwaukee hurlers had shut out the Pirates for the first six. Eddie Mathews' 29th homer of the year and the 399th of his career had put Milwaukee ahead 3-0 in the fifth after Bob Uecker got his first home run ever, which drove in two runs in the second. Don Leppert had driven in Pittsburgh's first run in the eighth with a single. Cubs Win 5-1 Over New York CHICAGO (UPD-rhe Chicago Cubs scored on a bases loaded walk, a wild pitch, and a pair of errors and completed a rare triple play Sunday to win their 59th game of the season 5-1, and hand the New York Mets their 120th loss. Bob Buhl gave up only five hits in his 12th victory and a triple play which went from second baseman Ken Hubbg to first baseman Ernie Banks to shortstop Andre Rodgers, killed off a New York chance of scoring in the 8th inning. h

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