Corvallis Gazette-Times from Corvallis, Oregon on October 17, 1961 · 8
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4 Gazette-Time, Corrallls. Oregon. Tuesday, October 17. 1 91 Missouri Hoop Coach Resigns COLUMBIA, Mo. (UPI) - Wil bur N. i Sparky) Stalcup, whose name had become svnonvmous with University of Missouri basketball during the past 15 years, announced his resignation as coach Monday to accept the position as the school's assistant director of athletics. Stalcup, who made the announcement at a meeting of his squad said he will coach the coming season but give up his position on the bench in March to devote all his time to the new duties. "The opportunity to move up to administrative work was offered me," Stalcup said, "and I could not turn it down, even though it was one of the most difficult decisions of my life." Mississippi Keeps Lead In UPI Football Ratings NEW YORK (UPI) Mississippi edged Michigan State for the No. 1 spot in the United Press International college football ratings today by a slim margin of five points. The Rebels of Ole Miss, who have won their first four games and yielded only 13 points, were the first-place choice of 17 member's of the 35-man UPI Board of Coaches. Michigan State, which drubbed Michigan, 28-0. for its third straight win, had 14 first-place votes. Notre Dame '3-0) and Ohio State 12-0-11 made advances in this week's ratings, while Georgia Tech i31), Colorado 3-0 and Louisiana State (3-D moved into For Personalized Service Visit George's "Talk directly to the man who does the work" George's Auto Electric George Renoe, owner 1444 N. frii 2 blki N. of Entry's PL 2-3288 f the top 10 group.' Texas (4-0i and Alabama '4-0 clung to the third and fourth rankings: Notre Dame moved up two notches to fifth; Iowa '3-0 fell one place to sixth, and Ohio State jumped one place to seventh. Georgia Tech advanced from 14th to 8th place; Colorado from 12th to 9th, and LSU from a tie for 19th to 10th. Michigan, Baylor and Maryland dropped out of the top 10 class Arkansas headed the second 10 group, followed in order by: Missouri, Syracuse, Michigan and Utah State. Purdue was 16th, and Minnestoa, Tennesse Rice and Wyoming completed the second 10 in that order. NEW YORK (UPI) tht United Preaa International major -ol-lege football rating (with firat- ftlace votei and won ioat recorda n parentheses); Team Feints 1. Miaaluippl (17) (4-0) MS 2. Mictlifan State (14 (S-0) 303 3. Texis (2) (441 256 4. Alabama (1) 4-0 1 221 3, Notre Dame (1) (34) 213 . Iowa (30; 13 1. Ohio State (2 0 1) 165 I. Georgia Terh (3-1) 2 t. Colorado (3 (1) if, 10. Louisiana State (3 1) 3S Secoftd 10 teams 1, Arkansas It: 12, Mlatourl. 22. 13, Syracuse Ii 14, Michigan. 16; IS, I tan State. 10: 16. Purdue, Ii 17, Minnesota, Ii It. Tennease, 4, It, Rice, 3: 20, Wyoming, 2. . others Baylor. Maryland, Utah and Arizona, 1 each. Bobby Mitchell Gets Army Call CLEVELAND. Ohio (UPI) - Bobby Mitchell, the Cleveland Browns' outstanding halfback, has ben recalled to active duty with the U.S. Army, but Coach Paul Brown was encouraged by word that quarterback Milt Plum did not suffer a fractured right thumb in Sunday's game with the Green Bay Packers. The 20th U.S. Army Corps head quarters at Ft. Haves in Colum bus, Ohio, said Monday that Mitchell, a private first class in the Army Reserve, has been called to active duty, effective Oct. 29, with a reporting date of Nov. 2. He will join the 354th Medical Hospital Unit at Ft. Meade, Md. "This was news to me, I hadn't heard anything about itJ' said Coach Brown. "It's just one of those things. Ever since 'Genei Hickerson broke his leg 'in the first exhibition game against De troit), it's been one thing after another." Plum was injured late in Sunday's loss to the Packer. His thumb was immediately packed in ice and kept that way except for X-rays. The X-rays showed no fracture late Monday. The veteran signal-caller is able to move the thumb, but it will not be known for several days if he will be able to play Sunday against the Steelers in Pittsburgh. Generations of outdoorsmen have worn this authentic Pendleton shirt LIPMAN'S I MEN'S I SHOP ALWAYS VIRGIN WOOL This Is a man's shirt - - - mod of machine-washable 100 virgin wool, dyed, spun, woven and tailored in the great Pacific Northwest by men who tnjoy tht outdoors themselves. If you are on Outdoorsman, Pendleton is your shirt. If you're not, our selection will change your mind. Dozens of patterns in bright and deeptone colors. Extra long shirt tail. Lined regular collar. Button-flap pockets. Scaled sleeve lengths. Sizes Wi to 7Vi collar. 11.95 -12.5 -13.95 -17.95 Lipman'i Mensweor, first floor )our dollar buy more at Liiunaii's S H green stamps mi tit ocry purr hale" Yankees Buy Robin Roberts From Phillies United Press International .helping them to pennants ill 1951 The New York Yankees are '62 and '53. hopeful that Robin Roberts will The Yankees acquired Roberts turn out to be another Johnny Sain. In fact, it will be Sain, now the Yankees' pitching coach, who will be handed this major reclamation project next spring when Roberts reports to the world champions training camp at Fort Laud erdale, Fla. Sain, you may remember, was purchased by the Yankees from the old Boston Braves in 1951 after slipping to a 5-13 .record that year. The old Arkansas side-armer won 35 and lost 25 as a Yankee pitcher for four years Machen Faces Brian London LONDON (UPI) Aggressive Brian London of England says he'll try to chase heavyweight contender Eddie Machen of Portland, Ore., out of the ring tonight in their 10-round fight before an expected 10,000 at the Wembley Pool Arena. "That's the way to handle timid counter-punchers like Machen," explains the former world chal lenger, who caused a riot in his bout with Dick Richardson at Porthcawl, Wales, last year and was fined $2,800 and suspended six months. , Despite Brian's boasts and his wild aggressiveness, Machen is favored at 3-1 because of his skill and power as a counter-puncher. Moreover, 29-year-old Machen is ranked third among world contenders. London. 27, is unrated among the top 10 because of his inactivity and because of his "knockout or be knocked out" style. " London, the eccentric excandy-maker of Blackpool, Eng., threw a lot of leather at champion Floyd Patterson in their title fight at Indianapolis, Ind., on May 1, 1959v but he was knocked out in the 11th round. Girls Crew Teams Schedule Practices Girls crew has begun early morning practice. Approximately fifteen living groups are competing in the four-man, eight-man shell competition. Praclice continues until October 20 with the OSU Rowing Club members acting as coxswain and teaching rowing skill to the girls. Meets begin October 30 and the final contest will be held during "Homecoming Weekend," November 4. Last week was spent learning rowing concepts and skill on the rowing machines in the barn. Rowing on the barge begins this week and in the oncoming weeks, advancement will be made to the shells for actual competition practice. Youngster Improving Gary Marks, 11, injured Sunday in a fall from a speeding bicycle on a gravel road, is in good condition and continuing to im prove, Salem Memorial hospital attendants reported today. The youngster suffered a brain concussion ana ome-r injuries and was taken to Salem for special treatment after the accident STAGE NAVAL EXERCISES WASHINGTON (UPI) - Two aircraft carriers and 22 other ships of the US. 2nd Fleet have begun a two-week exercise in the Western Atlantic which will include simulated nuclear strikes against the United States. The 60.000-ton super carrier Saratoga and the 4.VOOO-ton Franklin D. Roosevelt, both with home ports in Mayport. Fla . are the earners participating in the ma neuver. tool i RENTAL I V HEADQUARTERS 4M Mar Is"! iM SanJara lawn TU Oa, Hour CsiMsnr Tlt Sums tump M PfcMaMagi WtVe. flj 5PURLIN & ROBNETT n. j-sin for slightly more than the $20,000 waiver price Monday from the Philadelphia Phillies. The sturdy, 35-year-old had been with the Phils since 1948 after signing what was then a fabulous $25,000 bonus contract. Won 234 Games During 14 seasons with the Phillies, Roberts won 234 games and lost 199. He won 20 or more games in six straight seasons (1950-19551, reaching his peak-in 1952 when he posted a 28-7 record. He has pitched 35 shutouts and a pair of one-hitters, and was named toihe National League All-Star squad seven times. The 200-pound six - footer from Springfield, 111., reached a career Iow'-water mark with the futile Phils this year when he pitched only two complete games in 18 starts and finished with a 1-10 record after injuring his right knee in mid-season. Bob Carpenter, owner of the Phillies, admitted he was "sorry to see Robbie go, although it's no surprise to either of "us." I told him if 1 had an oppor tunity to place him with a first place club, I would do so," said the prexy of- the last-place Phils. who finished 46 games back of the NL pennant-winning Cincinnati Reds this year. "He certainly is getting that." "I sincerely believe this will be another Sain case," Carpenter added. Nothing To Lose "We have nothing to lose and everything to gain by this purchase,'' said Yankee General Manager Roy Hamey, Roberts apparently agreed. "I would like to think I'm capable of pitching regularly and Philadelphia didn't appear to be the place to do it," Robbie said. "I just want a chance to work hard and be a part of the Yankee team." The New York Mets also picked up another old NL pitching star Monday when they purchased Billy Loes from the San Francisco Giants for a reported $25,000 on a conditional basis. Loes. 32, was hampered by arm trouble during the past season when he posted a 6-5 record and will be returned to the Giants if he fails to impress Mets' Manager Casey Stengel in spring training. Loes was with the old Brooklyn Dodgers from 1950 through 1955, helping pitch the Dodgers to pennants in 1952. 'and '55. He land the Cleveland Indians pro- went to the Baltimore Orioles early in the 1956 season and remained with them until last year when he was traded to the Giants. His overall big-league record is 8043. Sell Five Others In addition to Loes, the Giants sold pitcher Dick Denton to Springfield of the Eastern League and four other players to Tacoma of the Pacific Coast League. They also added 12 new players from minor league clubs, including shortstop Hal Lanier, son of former pitching great Max Lanier, and right-hander Gaylord Perry, who had an 18-8 record with Tacoma of the PCL this year. The Phillies also asked waivers on veteran pinch hitter Elmer Valo, promoted 10 farmhands, released three regulars and lost in-fielder Ruben Amaro to the U.S. Army. Pitcher Ruben Gomez was among the trio released outright to Buffalo of the International League. In other transactions, the Los Angeles Angels farmed out five players, including outfielder Faye Throneberry and Chuck Tanner; the Baltimore Orioles purchased former Yankee pitcher Johnny Kucks from Rochester of the IL moted six minor leaguers, including pitchers Tom John and Larry Patterson. The Houston Colts purchased the contracts of veteran pitcher Hal Woodeschick from Denver of the American Association and Jim Pendleton from Jacksonville. Fli. 'Jersey City) of the International League. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Board of Adjustment of the City of Corvallis, Oregon, will hold a Public Hearing in the Municipal Court Room in the City Hall ol said City at 4:30 o'clock p.m. on Friday, October 20, 1961. The matter before the Board is as follows: The petition of Mr. Bert A. Hib-ner, 942 North Ninth Street, to extend the present C-2 Zone approximately 40 feet westerly to the rear line of the property. All persons interested in said matter are invited to be present at said hearing and be heard relative to this petition. WILLIAM F. RAW Chairman Board of Adjustment Corvallis, Oregon PUBLISH: October 10 and 17, 1961 IV5 Z U XJTN I think if I UERE A T ? I lJHEtt) THAT5 SALMON, ID STICK TO. VI r - !i TCO HARD uJORkL S10WMIN6 DOWNSTREAM! 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