The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on August 13, 1959 · Page 16
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Bears Will Need A Lot Of Breaks Thursday, Aug. 13, P»g* 17~Tto ~ By Jerry Liska A.S.CUU* Preg, Sports Wriier vRENNSELAEtf, Ind. (AP) -la top shape defensively, the Chicago Bears must shoot for offensive improvement this National ball League season. Foot The Bears last year finished in a Western Division tie for second with the Los Angeles Rams at 8-4. Owner-Coach George Halas, 62- year-old -pioneer of pro football, said today his club has the ingredients to sharpen its attack. They are 235-pound fullback Johnny Adams from Los Angel*s State and Pete Johnson, a fleet 200-pound halfback from Virginia Military Institute. Another offensive threat is improved Johnny Morris* third in Bear rushing ia 1958.' ' · G*«4 Receiver* Need Break* But, he added, the Bears also need all the breaks they can get in a 1959 schedule which pits them twice against the NFL champion Baltimore Colts and the Rams within their first six games. Halas has.high hopes that fullback Rick Casares and halfback Willie Galimore, the crux of the Bear running game last season, will be bolstered by a couple of rookies. Halas also emphasizes that what he calls the Bears' "P.O.M" -players out -- offensive setup will be much stronger with a corps bf fine receivers; He is high on an array of such offensive ends as veterans Harlon Hill, Bill MColl, Jim Dooley and Bob Jewitt, anft rookies Willard Dewveall of Southern Methodist, John 'Avent of Indiana, Tony Carcaterra of Elon College in North Carolina, and Bob Coronado of College of the Pacific.. "We also have three fine quarterbacks in Ed Brawn, Zeke Brat- kovski and Rudy Bukich, " said Halas. . JowansMissMY rfie'Tw/g" Has Become Mighty Limb Tennis Tourney ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The field of the Missouri Vallty Tennis Tournament was reduced by f o u r ·Wednesday when the entire Iowa delegation failed to show up. The defaulted included t h i r d seeded Bill Ball of Waterloo, Roy and Bob Sprenglemeyer of Dubuque and Gene Nadig of Ames. There was no explanation. St. Loiiisan Paul Young was the immediate beneficiary of Ball's . fprfeiturt. He advanced .to the 'third round on a bye and a default. ' · N» Major Upsets ^ . The tournament went through the-first, two rounds without a .major upset although s e c o n d seeded Neil Unterseher of Lin- roln, Neb., got a'stubborn battle from Jerry Johnson of St. Louis. Unleersther won 6-3, 6-3, 6-'4. Top-ranked \Vally Gundalach of St. Louis, hobbled by an injured ankle, took a 6-4, 7-5 victory from Ed Montgomery of St. Louis. No. l seed 'Lucille -Davidson of Kansas City l e d - t h e way i n ' t h e division. Wulfing women's Barbara 6-2, 6-1. Play today She crushed of St.. Louis includes men's doubles. Neil Drury o[ Texas University and Unterseher are ranked. top- Demons Give Reds Bad Time By The Associated Prest It was either feast or famine in the Three-I League last night. League leading Des Moines and Sioux City used the big inning to . win, the Demons whipping Topeka 13-3, and the Soos staying .in second place by shading Lincoln, 7-6. Meanwhile, in two well pitched, games, Burlington topped Fox nothing new"for"the slighT 5-foot^ Cities 2-1, and Cedar Rapids fol Thursday, August 13-KANSAS. CITY W). _ "I guess . . --.--,-- ...,,., ..,, I'm shooting a little over rny head v 'Ue, Term. Cudd at bat, but I might as well enjoy it," says little Wayne Terwilliger And well he might. In 30 days "Twig" has advanced from Match Play On By M*U Kramer Thursday, Atifust l-PORTLAND, Ore. (API-Match play opened.at Waverley Country Club today with Art Butler of Pac ad«na, Calif.; kill the man to beat in the Western Amateur Golf tournament: · Butler, the leader since the opening day of this long tourna ment, is the only entrant who consistently has bettered par 36-36-72. FSr*« (»-T» . To go' with rounds of 6» and 71 on the first two days,.the former New Hampshire amateur champion added a 68 and 70 in the fina. qualifying rounds Wednesday to become medalist with a 10-under par 278. He met Bob Pratt, Houston Uni versity player from Bellevue Wash., in the first round of match play todaya. Pratt qualified with 290. L»ftil Challe»g«f Butler's closest competitor in qualifying 'play was Ron Luceti San' Francisco, who had fina rounds of 68-and 71 for a total -rj 283, 5-under: par. Even" with;par at-288 were two former champions --.James "Bil ley" Key of Columbus, Ga., who won his title'last .year, and Lt Bruce Cudd,-. a . Pprtlander now stationed with the Navy at Clarks won in 1954 wit h them 'was Pete Dyfe o Indianapolis. Send your news Up to the Sa substitute to a star of the Kansas lina Journal. $10 in prizes every City Athletics. the 34-year-old second basemanl contributed i virtually nothing toi th« A's this season until July 14,1 when he got into the lineup be-| cause oE injuries to Jerry Lumpe' and then Joe DeMaeslri. twig was batting ;195 when he got his chance to start. Since then, he has hit safely in 18 of 23 games and his average has soared to' .302. Two More Hits Last night, Terwilliger collected Iwo of the A's. s eight hits as the team'' bowed 9-4 to Cleveland. · j There's no arguing the fact that! Terwilliger is hitting over his' head. In 11 seasons of profession-! al baseball, he has hit better than^ .300 only once, and that was in' the ; minors seven years ago. j But his value to the team lies: in his defensive ability and his! speed. : . . ' ; After .pitcher-Bud Daley won! his 13th victory/with a 7-3 decision' over Cleveland Tuesday night, he' said: . j Credits Fielding "Those double plays (3) got me out of all kinds of trouble. That Terwilliger makes that pivot as good as anybody I've seen. I didn't have much but a bunch of good fielders." .Kansas City drafted Terwilliger from Charleston last winter on the advice of scouts that he was the" bes* second baseman in the minors. The trip to high company was week. Terwilliger. Like a host of other -«-» " » ' » - t 3 * - m * AJirv^ a IIUOL. ui uiiiCl lowed the same script to down ballplayers,' he has spent most of his career shuttling.between var- Anderson Sous major league teams and the five-hitter high minors. Green Bay 2-1. Des ' Moines' John coasted home with a after .the Demons got him six runs in the second inning and five more Journal classified ads get results in the third. ··" -. - C Ran Volley Sioux City's big outbreak wa r a j six-run volley, in* the seventh.;' Four walks, a hit batsman, a n ^ error and singles by Tony Cannizzo. Norm Shili and Jerry Shee-' han produced the runs. ' ; An unearned run' in the ninth! won for Burlington and hung thej defeat on Fox Cities'. Earl Fur-low, who allowed only four hits! and fanned 10. Mack Jones' sacrifice fly brought in the winning run inline last inning as Cedari Rapids edged Bill Hunter or Green Bay. · [ (jCOftijC --gone to George finds nothing fishy in the quality and values at Mines - Roth, when he hooks another big bargain in back to school clothing. 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