The Monroe News-Star from Monroe, Louisiana on October 21, 1970 · Page 26
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Murtaugh NL PilotOf '70 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — No- reached at his office in South t?p Dame Athletic Director Ed* Rend Tuesday said it was “pre­ ward “Moose" Krause said mature” to say whether the Tuesday that if the Irish foot- school would compete in a howl hall success continues, "I’m cjamc this season, certain our board of trustees and our faculty athletic hoard will entertain the idea of a bowl Pirate Field Boss Winner For 3rd Time By Ed Schuyler Jr. NEW YORK (AP) - Danny pam*" Murtaugh was named today The AflPr nri,r1y a half century of Associated Press’ National !rpfus,nS t0 appear in post-sea* League Manager of 1970, a year si>n competition Notre Dame in which his low-key leadership accepted a bid to the 1970 Cot* and uncanny juggling of a patchwork pitching staff guided Pittsburgh to the NL East title. It was the third Manager |the Year Award for the Penn sylvania Irishman who has never managed any big league club persons Tuesday except Pittsburgh. He won in apolis News Il958, his first full season as ► Vi v '-/v - ' ,<■ ■ i**' M mt iîttonm Utm-mar Irish Getting Bowl-Minded ton Bowl, losing to Texas 2117. The Irish are rolling along undefeated in five games and nf eurrentlj ranked No. 3 in the Associated Press poll. Fractured Wrist Has Finally Put Stop To Namath NEW YORK ÍAP) math, plagued but never stopped by battered knees sine» Meanwhile, Irish Coach Ara Parseghian told the sports club in Indianapolis by telephone, "The polls are important to us but maybe not as important as before our change in policy about bowls.” Parseghian, who has amassed a 53-9-4 since coming to Notre Dame in 1964, said his team "could be a bowl candidate this year but that will have to wait. We still have five sames ahead Joe Na- of us< ¿or .* 6-( Wednesday, October Monroe News-Star Valley Loop Slaps Tulsa On Recruits at the Indian- Downtown Quarterback Club, said, "In the past we manager, and in the Pirates’ were shooting or the national world championship year of championship but an early sca-, addressing about 400 becoming New York .let. quarterback six years ago. will be Hockey Veteran To Write Sports Gibson said, "but I don't know how this thing is going to nf- feet them the rest of ihe season." The Valley fined Tulsa $1,500. prohibited it from playing in NCAA post-season events or appearing on any NCAA sponsored telecast through 1971 and banned assistant coaches Tom Boisture and Dave Brazil from recruiting prospective student "I was athletes. Boisture and Brazil had an- ; TULSA, Okla f AP) feeling pretty low," said Tulsa University’s rookie head football nounced their resignations Mon- coach Claude Gibson Tuesday day. I960 son loss would put us in a hole Murtaugh retired at the end of The national championship had the 1964 season because of ill to be our incentive and if we health but remained with the Pi- got beat early, it hurt The Pittsburgh Pirates’ Danny Murtaugh today was named National League Manager of 1970 by the Associated Press. The Pirates, under Murtaugh, won the National League eastern title this year. (AP Wire photo) rates to scout and work with the farm clubs until hp became manager again in a move this year, "Naturally I have to be very well pleased,” Murtaugh said of Notre his latest honor from his home in the Philadelphia suburb of I Woodlyn, Pa "I would have say it's a great surprise "When we went to the cotton Bowl in Dallas last year. Col surprise Red Blaik (former West Point ■coach) told me he felt it was good for college football that Dame returned to the bowl picture I think he’s right, think teams like Notre Dame Texas in the bowl games college ball in competing to and 1 aid The Scoreboard thought there were a lot of oth- with the pros, who’ve gotten so ers who did tremendous jobs strong sidelined for at least six weeks by a broken right wrist, Namath suffered the injury late in Sunday’s 29-22 loss to MONTREAL (AP) Baltimore. At‘ first the injury Ferguson, who retired from Na- was diagnosed as a jammed tional Hockey League competi- wrist but X rays at a hospital lion this year to enter the oloth- Tuesdav showed a fracture of *ng business, has decided the navicula bone on the wrist take up sports writing and the wrist was put in a cast. The former Montreal Cana- The navicular bone is a small djens. ,rf( winf?er wiM write a bone at the base of ttu thumh. fjaj]y harness racing column As Jets physician Dr James A a youngster. Ferguson watched Nicholas said the condition of his father train and race horses Namath. who had never missed and he later pursued the pas- a regular or post season j'ame time as a business venture dur- since joining the Jets as a mg his hockey career $400,000 bonus baby in 1965. will be continuously no-evaluated the key position. Second-year during the anticipated six-week pro A1 Woodall moves into the guvs "but the cotton-picking picked me up.” TU was placed on a two-year lohn Prntîa,'on Tuesday by the Mis- Conference. souri Valley two assistant coaches resigned "We’ve got some good guys Dr J, Paschal Twyman. TU president, announced the probation here An NCAA probation, apart and from the conference's, is exported to be levied next Tuesday when the group’s ruling body to and they've been through a lot.” meets in New Orleans SELF-SERVICE POSTAGE CENTER TO BE BUILT Hockey Mational league Ea»t Division Sports In Brief TULSA, Football OMa The Missouri with their clubs. "The players had everything | to do with the club’s success," & Murtaugh added "They battled back through ail the difficulties they had had. They seemed to think they had to keep going " Some of the difficulties the Pi Vaiiev rates had were caused by inju An Atlanta newspaper said several week* ago that the Trish had already signed to plav in the Orange Bowl at Miami. Both Notre Dame and the se committee denied the report The Rev, Theodore M Hes- burgh, Notre Dame president, recovery period. "If he were playing any other position, he'd be able to play," Dr. Nicholas added. Rut Namath is a quarterback and now the Jets, who have only a 1 4 record and are in deep trouble, are looking for help at starting ml/' and presently backed by Bob Davis, up from the taxi squad and place kicker Jim Turner The club also will probably try to deal for an experienced quarterback before next Tuesday's trad/* deadline One such player could be veteran John lladl of San Diego In Twin City Moll Ei- cellenf opportunity for right party. Absentee ownership possible. Investment 523,000. I*- ccllent return*. Fot investment informotion colt or writ*: national self - scrvici postage centers , inc 430 Oofc Grove, Minneapolis. Minnesota 55403 612' 335-6551 please include phone number with reply Rosten Ne»* York DetfO't Vancouver Buffalo Toronto W L T Pts GF GA ! Conference Put the University of Tulsa on rjf>s efcW'Ciallv to At various starters were out o o 3 i o 2 4 0 2 5 0 1 3 1 1 3 0 Division 3 1 I 3 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 0 7 7 0 0 2 2 0 5 0 Hesult « 25 the pitching, times four for a bout a Western Ch ic*®o Philadelphia St Loots Los Angeles Minnesota PittsBorqn ., California Tuesday s Vancouver 2, California 1 Only Game*. Sc^^dulr-d Tonight's Games Toronto af New York Minnesota at Montreal PittsOurgh at Los Angeles it. Lotm af California Only Games Scr-nduied Thursday's Games Chicago at BoMort Buffalo af PhMadeio*' a Only Games Scheduled American League East Division his W LT pt*. 01» ÖA SpringMald 3 Ì 0 613>3 Proviflance 7 Ì 0 4 13 10 Quebec 1 3 0 7 10 14 Montra* 11 4 Wait Civilian 0 7 15 19 Ciavaiaryj ....... Í I 0 «1«10 Baltlmnre1 1 0 A 1411 Pochester .. J ? 0 61/ 14 Hartha/1 30 1 10li Tuesday's Result Montreal 3. Cleveland 1 Only Game Scheduled Tonight's Games Springfield at Baltimore Montrea at Providence Only Games Scheduled Thursday's Gamas Hershev Quebec Only Gama Scheduled Western League W L T Pts GF GA Portland ... »eattie >an Diego — Denver ....... “►■oem* iait Lake City Tuesday s 1 3 7 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 0 0 5 0 Result 7 lé 13 7 lé * 5 IS 11 S 17 21 2 I 5 C i 72 probation through 1971 and imposed _ ¡$1,000 tine * 0 » alleged foo’ball recruiting Staff I violations NEW YORK Quarterback Joe Nrtmeth nad his broken right wrist put in a cast month apiece and will be unable to play for the New _ vinrtaimh u-pnt into York Jets of the NFL for six weeks. Blit VJUrtdUgn Hi m Basketball bullpen and pulled out Bruce CHICAGO The Chicago Bulls of NBA 1 , . , Wa,kpr for traded Shaie^ Halimon to Portland for the Dell ( Anton 30(1 lAlKf WHIM I for ¡Trai! Blazer' No 7 draft choice 1971 victories aS StarteTS He also i and s*gned Jim Kinc, recently waived by * . 4 , ... th# Cincinnati Rovais seemed to know just when to Bowling vwnk a pitcher especially when GARDEN CITY NY Dave Davis of [ , . A v v, ttiw. Fla , moved into a commanding the Pirates beat the New 1 Ol K 221 -pm ¡ead with a 5i5i total after 24 six of >even game«' on the games of the Professional Bowlers Asso- ‘ ‘ 1 , , . nation rwifionai championship final two weekends of tiie sea Barry As*v>r ol Costa Mesa ,Calif , is >ec- s( p Q?)(i Horse earing '¡•Up 53-vear*old Murtaugh, NEW YORK - Our Cade, $6 80 won th« Ch,.rxtw. 4 , ,1 Conestaaa Purse at Aqueduct to *<ve who succeeded Lanv Shcpheai |ock«v Laffit P ncay, Jr a ir,pie Knss u.lf. this vear, got to the cherry mill, NJ Pilot Knob. nk,!., %t so, survived a claim of toui and won major leagues with tHe I nua- the B'nal Bnth Purs«- at Garden State »Inlphia Phillies in 1941 He Park bv two lenqths ' . ... , chicago Man O Arms. $9so. took stayed with the I hillics until ne the lead aMer half a rn.le and won the wenj ln|0 (he service in 1944. his return from the he played for Philadelphia. the old Boston Braves and a couple of minor league teams before going to the Pirates in 194« for one of his best seasons He hit 290, drove in a career high 71 rims and led NL second basemen in putouts, assists and double plays. His last year as a player in | the majors was with Pittsburgh; in 1951 He then managed ati New Orleans and Charleston be-j fore succeeding Bobby Bragan1 as Pittsburgh manager in Au-j gust of 1957 SENSATIONAL i 4aiiar<Km«iii \Vliii(uall Tim (iiianmlnil A l ull .‘tO Monili* [Cloudy Weathar Purse at Sportsmans far* by two length!'. ; SAN MATEO. Calif - Hungry Horse. V>. bea* Bit O'Natlve by nearly ?wo lengths service in the feature at Bay Meadow: l poti Pro Basketball Mattana* Association Eastern Conference Atlantic Division Darver 4, Seattle 4, tie Only Game Seneduled Tonight's Gamas San Oiego at Phoam* Seatfle at Portland Only Game Stt>eduled Thursday'» Gama* Portland af Sail Lake City Only Games Schadulad Central League Tuesday » Results No Games Schadulad Tanight's Gamas Kansas City at Oklahoma Oty Thursday's Gamas No Games Schadulad International League Tuesday’s Results No Gamas Scheduled Tonight's Gamas Plint at Dayton Pgr* Huron at Toledo Muskegon at Port Wayne Thursday's Games No Games Scheduled Eastern league Tuesday's Results Charlotte 3. Nashville 0 New Haven 7, Syracuse 4 Five-Minute Duel With Bear Proved Enough For Waldo It took only five minutes for Sonny, a 750 • pound bear, to make Waldo Von Erich cry “unde" in the highlight of Tuesday's wrestling card at the Civic Center. Von Erich, who has bragged of invincibility, entered t h e ring with the bear but gave up after just five minutes. in the main event, Ronnie Etchinson won the first and third falls to defeat Jerry Mil ler in the hest-of-throe contest. Aldo Bogm defeated .Nick Adams and Johnny Boyles used the "sleeper“ hold to defeat Treach Phillips in the other mat c hes Redskin Fencing Team Will Host Weekend Tourney Wen Lost Pet GB Ph- afta'ptna 4 0 : 000 ¡ New Vor*3 1 .250 i ! i Buttalo 1 Î 333 Ti Boston .... 1 .2503 Central Division Baltimore ... . 7 1 Atlanta .. .. 0 1 000 1 Cine inrmti .... 0 2 ooo Cleveland 0 4 .000 Vf» Wettern Conference Midwest Division Detroit ... 4 0 1 000 ! Milwaukee1 1 00 2 : Chicago 2 2 .002 ; j Ptx-eni* 1 2 333 T/t Pacific Division Portland 2 1 .6*7 San Francisco 2 1 ,667 Seattle 1 1 00 '1 1 San Diego 2 3 400 1 L0* Angelas 1 2 .333 1 Tuesday'» Results Sen Francisco 125. Baltimore )05 New York 115, Los , Angeles 100 Serond Tire Philadelphia 99 Buffalo 89 Detroit 115, Milwaukee 113 Portland 120. Cleveland W San Diago 115, »hoen.» 114 Tonight's Gamas Detroit at Boston Baltimora at C¡nonnati Los Angelas at Philadelphia San Francisco at Atlant« Phoenn at Seatfle Only games Scheduled Thursday's Games San Francisco af New York Atlanta at Detroit Cleveland at San D>ego Only Games Schadu'ed American Association Bast Division Wen Last Pd GB Virginia20 1 ooc Floridians 32 .600 * sr ; j New YorK . ... 22 500 Kentucky ..... 2200 1 ! Pittsburgh1 2 .333 1V*L I Carolina0 2 West Division .000 2 ; Indiana 4 0 1,000 Utah ..... 1 0 1 000 !•* !' Me.nohis ..0 I OOO 2'3 Te*as 0 1 «00 2’? Denver 30003 - Timday's Results Mondians 120. Kentucky 115 New York 1M, Memphis 103 Only gam as scheduled Tonight's Games Pittsburgh at Ulan Virginia at Kentucky Indiana vs Carolina at Charlotte Te*as at Denver Only games scheduled Thursday's Games New York a’ Floridian», Kentucky at Memphis Carolina vs Virginia at Hampton Fights Tuesday's Fights By The Associated Press MIAMI BEACH, Fla. Frankie Otero, 17* Miami, outpointed Jimmy Trosclair, !3C New Orleans, 10 MIAMI BEACH, Fla Frankie Otereo, 179, Miami, outpointed Jimmy Trosclair, nmf, mnr*> vf rwm^h 130, New Orleans. 10. mo» miirt senou n Brewers Secure Mets7 Pitchers Rohr7 Bearnarth MII. WACKRE (AP) The Wichita State Second Opener With Arkansas WICHITA, Kan (AP)—"Some of these young men are going to grow up in a hurrv Saturday night,** said Rob Seaman Wichita Sta;e University’s new head football coach. His Wheat shockers are just three weeks removed from the tragic airplane crash in Colorado which removed the 22 start ing offensive and defensive regulars from the WSU varsity. And they play the University of Arkansas Saturday. The Shockers, who voted 76-1 to pla> the final six games on their li)70 schedule, open tlieir “second season" at Little Hock against a team considered Texas’ top threat to another South west Conference championship “It's a football game an we've got to get ready as best we can for it,” said Seaman, 38- vear-old chief assistant to the late Ben Wilson Wichita State s head coach who was killed in the Oct. 2 crash in the Rockies The tragic crash took the lives of 13 WSl gridders and injured enough that none will pla\ again this season. Seaman and the remainder of Wilson's staff hive gone about preparing the woefully >oung remnants of the Wlieatshocker* squad for a six-game schedule which includes the University o' Cincinnati and four Missouri Valley Conference garni • in a«! dition to Arkansas They’ve done it as unemotion Sear« Kryiilar Lou F*rire Federal Exctie Tax and Old Tire r* 9 Ugp & m. 3&3ÍZ 'J! 5?. mn T ’tfJSMM ALIiSTAlU Pan«enger Tire <>i*araniee Tre*d Ufe (>iuuar.i4»tt (•iiaraotMid Asainas; AH Ur« 'ailimv from normal mmi Imk- xrO« or d**f<-'-<a ■< trinatemi or ‘«ricmanatnp. for How Uio|: Knr ém fefc nf 1 >*» nnffin*! mm*i. What S*i» Will Ho: In a? <-han(a fnr Ihe tar rcfitarr it r harfinK trtr the pmptm tioa of oirrrni aallmit ¡truc* plua Federai Kni» Tar 1h«i rr|>ra«rnfa Irrac umni lU-patr naM pun- i .rea at bo charge. ttm* ri AgmmM: *ft»«ui ««•1 <>«t. 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GUARANTEE II Saar* Haavy Duty Shack Abtorba- tallt dua to laulty matanali ar warh ar «aarotjt whlll pur trater own« th* car. it will ba rapucad upon return traa at charva ar ttia nurcnaia ir ica will ba ratundad It th* ¿afactiya shock abiorbar was inttaiiad bv Saar* will mttall a na w thork abkorhar with na char*« ter Ub«r Milwaukee llrtweri. announced 'rJ”i' •><> 'I«. !2-\ »Il Migli \ tillage liulltM'V saa sible — blending the best fresh men players in with the »urviv York Mets’^R varsity squadmen. The Mis souri Valiev gave its blessing to pitchl Bear- Tuesday the purchase of ers Les Rohr and Larry narth from the New organization }{ohr 24 , a lefthander, divided Wichita's use of freshmen the The Northeast Louisiana m- ^ s(,aM,n between Mem remainder of this season versity Cluh d Kscrime fencing phj(. ()f thfJ T(Vxas and “The psychological part will club will host a tournament in fldfwater of the International take care of itself ” Seaman the gymnastics room of Brown j \ na|JVe of Lowestoft, players “These - c"“ England. Rohr was charged young men will come to plav with the defeat in the 24 inning Playing football is absolutely Mets’ loss to Houston April 15, the best therapy that could have record in the hapjrf-ned to them” s\m; # 3.11 :*.iw Regular »1M.W l’\c*lia 111 : 1 * 10 f ichanqe Annex on the NLU campus Sun day at I2 3t>. Teams from Lafayette, New Orleans and Baton Rouge will ||( \Vli* 2-3 1 participate ill the event which National League is sanctioned by authority of Bearnarth, 29, a righthander, the Amateur Fencers League ofjgaw major league service with A merit a Wallace K Longmire, M,slant professor of pharma the Mets from as- complied a dewater in 1963 to 1%« and Juventus Wins BARCELONA, Spain oology at NLU and club advis had a 8-6 record or, invited the public to attend the same club he this tournament. iloht four. CAP) — 13 21 mark With Ti- Juventus of Turin defeated Bar the 19M season he eelona 2*1 Tuesday night in their Last year with first game in the second round won 11 and of the European Intercities iFair« Soccer Cup tourney. For year round starting power buy now at Scars low price Sale priecdi 3 days unly. Fits most American made cars. 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