News-Journal from Mansfield, Ohio on October 7, 1959 · 17
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News-Journal from Mansfield, Ohio · 17

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he said. "We were not really way up like we were for Illinois, and we were too tight, "We weren't in the game after the first two touch LITTLE SPORT Tlw Wailing Wall9 BHQosfieff 'TTeana Una By ED SAINSBURY tof them on fumbles, but they back, and our kids played CHICAGO (UPI) A "kind'were certainly a fine football; much better in the second of mental daze" hurt thejteam, half. We came k back and Hoosiers against Minnesota, Forest EvashevskI of Iowa' scored on a march and if Indiana Coach Phil Dickenssaid the loss to Northwestern we'd got the next one, in-complained to United Pressjwas "strictly the result of.stead of a pass interception, International's c o a c h e s breaks. If we'd been able to we might have won it." "Wailing Wall" today. Ipunt that ball down instead! Ohio State "didn't block 'Our kids weren t alert.iof throw an intercepted pass,; well at all and our tackl- we might have won." ling was poor," Buckeye "Purdue killed us with their ;Coach Woody Hayes said, wide end runs in the first 10j"Southern California was the minutes," Notre Dame's Joe 'best team we've ever played Kuharich said. "Then we hadlon.the West Coast." downs," Michigan's Bump El-to fight uphill. We had to Victorious Jack Mollenkopf lintf sairT "w cravat thpm hntriithrnu, anH oamhl tr iraf'nf Purriti wat nlpasffd he- cause the Boilermakers "had powcrea nurums a good day. We had no pass-tains Lorain Friday night. The ing attack against UCLA, but two clubs are ranked 2 and 3 m&i mm " W By Rouson MansHeld News-Journal 17 Wednesday, October 7, 1939 BUCHMAN'S Ele ctrlf al Construction Industrial and Commercial Contractors . lCSKast First St. " Tel. LA 4-3472 1 ry Mansfield News-J ourna, 'Classified Ads for top results IFotli)S3lll Fever nHnit Una Warden Football fever is running high in Warren where high- Madisomi SMMflag 'Cast' By JIM SUEARINGEN Several changes are forthcoming in the Mansfield we worked on offense and got; in the state polls the threat of a eood passing Warren somehow attack againsf Notre , Dame.italked East Liverpool side Lorain's 25 to kill scoring chances, then' fumbled- twice more inside its own 20 to hand the Steelers two touchdowns Madison Hieh football lineuo as the Rams oren foriloss of Quarterback Die kj clamor for the Oct. lb game their battle with Ashland Saturday night at RamThornton. "We'll be jockey-tickets has been tremendous. Rtninnn ing around this week toi. , . Coach Leo Strang, an Ash- or other land native, was famous for nt jMti.'tiADinff - nr. kia taama at vuaiKeu nasi mvci puui uiiu!U's"s p Ara Parseghian of North-lswitching its game to WarreniUeveiana bnaw. wow ne s western, pleased at pullingjwhere the Black Panthers areoutdone himself at Massillon out the Iowa win, was bleakiselling out their new 12,000-1 Washington where he dressed nhnut the future due to the'seat stadium each week. The! his charges in new black jer seys and white, repeat wnite, shoes last Friday. . . . Ray Eliot said his Fiilllisick Leader lis Yard Usi Chunky Bill Taylor has amassed more than half the Mansfield Senior High School ground yardage during the first three 1959 games. The 195-pound senior fullback has ground out 223 yards while 10 other Tyger backs have combined for 211. Tay lor has averaged 5.3 per try on 42 attempts. Sophomore Don Cole has the best aver age 7.5 while Sophomore Henry weaver shows the No. 2 yardage 73. Taylor, a quick-kickine art 1st, has averaged 42.3 yards on six boots. That's better than any collegiate punter in the 14 - school Ohio Confer ence. Five Tygers have scored touchdowns, none more than one. Senior High goes on the road for the first time Friday against undefeated Newark. 1 !J "We're not felamW anv of the.hnvs frr th inhs cnange our onense, ne saia they've done in the past two weeks, but when you're losing .you have to do some switching," was the,wav Joe Rice, 190-pound SOphO-ithink w nnnarentlv surnrised mure lunuaw, win see more them with our offense service alternating With Lar- wisrnnsin was "a deter- fry Howell Cook said. Rice did ! mined team and we had a a good job in the loss to Co-! pian against Marquette, nimbus St. Charles and is rvarh Mitr Rnihn aiH "Wn Warren and Massillon ,ap nMi 4t Via tka rl-iPB ff the ULBl lu uc ill w l a v . . , i Illiniistate. but Springfield "has the against Steubenville, "played a wonderful footballjbest high school football team Paul Warfield, 1957 state broad jump champion, scored theiboth of Warren's touchdowns running counted upon to add some power to the Ram offense. Another change has Jim Rinehart, previously a defen were much better than a week before. Duffy Daugherty of Michigan State said he used "our I've seen in years," says Dick Jones of the Portsmouth Times. ... Dover has a big lineman, Al Parker, whose brother Jim sained a certain amount of 69 and 72 yards, Jeromesville's 15 straight in six-man football is impressive but how about little Hopedale, with a string of 41 straight going? . Earl Bruce. 'former Mans- fame at Ohio State and who: field Senior High assistant and now plays left offensive tack le for the Baltimore Colts. Halfback Jim Antonelli of Dover has intercepted 10 passes in three games. ... HEFTY AVERAGE And how about this for . a MANSFIKMs STATISTICS urouiio i.ainini Tinner. Poi Von Cole, fb Pill Tavlor. fb .. Willi Carter, hb . Henry Weaver, hb Sinunie Pate, hb Vet Franklin, hb . John Marsh, hb , Rnb I.utr.. t Bill Buckley, hb . Art Barney. Qb ... Jim ucnroeeier, Flayer. Pna. . . 20 . 4 . 3 8 .. 12 .. .. 3 b 12 inline lit! t.onf Av 43 14 7.1 12 20 11 .5 19 sive man, moving- into the offensive team only four nin-starting array of left tackle iniutes in the second half. They place of John Keil. The latter j marched 94 yards despite is ill with the flu and is on two 15 yard penalties and the dorubtful list for Saturday.; then fumbled and Michigan Cook is alternating Tom j recovered on the six inch line Moore, Mike McQuade, Ronjto cost us a touchdown." German, and Doug Castle at Minnesota's defense was the the ends and is undecided 'key to the win over Indiana, who will answer the ooeninelCoach Murray Warmath said. whistle. Moore and Castle are "It was the best defensive seniors. McOuade and Ger-'play we've had since I've man. juniors. been here MOTTER SWITCHES Kenny Motter has been shifted from defensive end to middle guard and looked good in yesterday's practice, Cook said. Mike Bradford will han dle Motter's outside duties if the change remains effective. Leading ground - gainer Jack Bosko is still nursing a beaten Larry Kemath yester- ing him eight scoring tosses wrenched knee and sopno- day and evened its Cross of over 50 vards m his last now head man at Salem, has seen his club score 122 points in winning three games. The Quakers have yet to yield a single point and rank 10th in the AP poll. Brifce is out to emulate Salem Basketball Coach John Cabas, who re performance: Gerald Colburn ceived a new Pontiac from of Lima Bath ran for 380, grateful fans when he took his yards in 18 carries (averagingjelub to the state tournament 21 yards) and scored 40finals last spring. Senior High Harriers In Second Win COLUMBUS - 'Mansfield Senior High received another: Marietta fired 61 and 70-vard winn'ng performance from un-TD passes against Belpre, giv- points. His team beat Spen cerville, 51-14. . . . The, drop-kick is back in football at Sandy Valley in Stark County. Dave Faiello, quarterback, drop kicked three extra points in a 21-18 win over Perry. Few grid fans (outside six-man ball), today have ever seen a drop-kick. Second team All-Ohio basketball star Frank Christie of The lights went out for an hour and delayed Cincinnati Roger Bacon's 49-8 win over Cincinnati Taft last week. more Gary Weaver will open country card at 2-2 30 Till Tavlnr Tom Schadek, fb Tone Avr S3 423 5 1 8 46 0 &g 37.1 I rutins - - riayer. Pin. Alt Com Vl Jut Td An Ralnev. qb .. 3 1 4S Ji. Schroadtr. qb 14 7 t ram Kerelvera Player. Po. Bill Buckley, lib 1 Tom Schadek 1 John ilai ill, hb 1 Kenrlna Waver. Pn. TD EP Tot Bill Taylor, fb 1 0 Don Cole, hb 1 Simmle Pate, hb 1 Bill Buckley, hb 1 Jim Frhroeder. qb 1 Tom Schadek, e f) Willi Carter, hb O at left halfback. At the other halfback post Chuck Ludwig is HiviHintr tho timn with 4 ? Bruce Desterhaft. Ludwig is 3o!normally a quarterback but iilwat used as a halfback after ill Bosko and Lee Blaylock were injured on the same playjast week. With " the addition of Rinehart, the Ram forward wall offensively will be the beefiest fielded in the young cam- o paign. Kinenart tips tne oeam ;at 225. seven games. . . . Marion fumbled twice Keinath covered the wet and rainy course in 11 minutes, leading the Tygers to a 26-31 virtnrv nuar PViliimhna Wnct Mansfield visits Mario njiVew Pro League Spot Thursday and Lima Saturday. in- Cincinnati Bids For McClellan's Carrying Scot Gridiron Hopes WOOSTER (UPI) Coach Phil Shipe will count on Steve McClellan of Fostoria to spearhead Wooster's offense when the Scots clash with Denison Saturday in the state's second oldest football rivalry. Denison will be gunning for revenge of last year's 27-8 loss to the Scots when the two teams meet for the 44th time Saturday. roi.t'Mm s west manhpiei.i 2. Dave Smith 1. Larry Keinath 3. Joe Maa.iey 4. Dick Cnik . 5. Bill Jasael 6. Chuck Pierc II O-'ry Ri'Vinnnd 7. Bill Fllnn 10. Steve. Cauna g. Randy Hartman 31 Total i 16 Total EP 0 0 0 0 ? a Faint Hope tWcbsier Set For Giants. 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Ill A J.I 1 ! 1 J A rhoa): 1 Anoiner piayer wno lanea 10 'J 2 V nlatr oAoincf "DK!! a H A.nlti a all- ? o league' defensive back Jim IjiPatton, was considered a JJ doubtful starter, however, due jjlto an ankle injury. Si Al Barry, a guard, who re- ? 8 ceived a broken knuckle in 8 g X Slthe game with the Eagles, g g g jjimay also miss Sunday's con-2?u o!test Dut tne Giants' ace guard jacK Mroua, wno missea me Browns. Totals a raiKen lor viiis tn mii. o nan lor csnviian hi iui. . . . e-HIt Into force play for Koufax In first tWO games because Of & Tld-Rnn for snider in 7th. 'pulled leg muscle, was expect- e-Announced a. batter lor Demeter in d tQ b(J against 1-naiHVU inienitouaiiy iur e.iui ... Sth ts-Popped out for Roeboro In 8th. h Grounded out for WIIHnma In flth. Chlcano (Ai oon ino 000 1 Los Annelea (HI 0011 000 000-0 PP Neal and Hodites. LOB Chi-: caso fAt S, Los Anaeles (Ni 11 3B Hodget. SB Ollliam. 8 Shaw t I I r H II En Knufax. h 7 5 11 William 4 . 0 0 0 m, W T I S 0 0 lonolZ ?m ' o o 8! gers won 24 in a row between x Faced tin batter (n 8th. BB Koufax 1 (McAnany), Willams 2 (Rivera. Knx. Shaw 1 (Baaexiani. Pierea 1 (Renulski). SO Koufax (Aparlclo. Landia 7, Kmith 2. Bliawi. Williams 1 (Lrllarh Bhaw 1 iKniifam. WP Khaw. U summers (A) plat. Dascoll N) first base, Hur- lev (Ai secono. oase. eecory uv bisa, Plxon IN) left field, Rlc (A right tield. T i.a. a nj.iua. SIS Stock Itnce Here Satuday Approximately 85 stock cars are expected to .compete Saturday night- at Mansfield Raceway in the next to-last week of racing here. All other area tracks, except Mt. Vernon, have closed for the season. Time trials will begin at 6:30, races at 8 p. m. Drivers will still be compet ing to qualify for the season championship race (35 laps) on Oct. 17. Pickwick Farms. Sells Yearlings - LEXINGTON. Ky. 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