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October 13, 1960

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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THUKfnAY, OCTOBEX IS, I960 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWt PAGE SRVEN KEISER, GOSNELL STAY HOME Four Missco Clubs Hit the Road By ED HAVE* Carter N«wi Sjwci* E4M*r Osceola and Piggott, two high school football teams that have already played to a scoreless tie this year, meet Friday night in a major 3-A Conference contest. Mississippi County's Class B schedule for Friday: Portageville at Gosnell; Wilsqn at Keiser; Shawnee at Lepanto; and Luxora at Marion. Osceola and Piggott have met | stopped the Mohawks but pierced previously, but in a one-quarter. to the Piggott 35 during its turn pre-season jamboree. In the meeting, Piggott won the toss and kept possession of the Piggott has not had a good deal of success this year and cannot be considered a top threat for the ball for nine minutes and 15 seconds, its drive ending on the Seminoles' 20. Osceola actually emerged with the edge because it not only which lasted two minutes and 45 seconds. title. But Osceolan Donald Watson said: "They're potentially a good ball club," In addition to the jam setsion, the coach scouted the Mohawks in one game. "They're a young club," he said, "with good backfield speed, tremendous speed." Piggott rallied to tie Corning two weeks ago, 20- 20, was idle last Friday. Both teams have been beaten by 3-B favorite Trumann. Piggoti lost by an 18-0 count. Osceola got closer, 13-6. * • * The Seminoles had a picnic at Pocahontas a week ago, 48-6. When Watson greeted his young men Monday, he expected them to be on Cloud Nine." But Watson report*: "Th«y were flat, dead." In fact, the workout was such a bust he called the session short by 30 minutes. "A coach can only take so much," he said. Tuesday, though, was another story. They plowed through > long, rugged scrimmage and things began to pick up all around. They'll be ready for the trip. OteeoU 21, Piggoit «. day. Portageville It the visitor, The Pirate* get back to the S-B race next week with a visit from Lepanto. If they get by Lepanto .only Turrell (Oct. 28) will itarx I in their way of an undefeate< league season. But more currently, the Pirate* will have difficulty in stopping Portageville's Jerry Bethune, probably the best back they'll see all year. Portageville 14, GeweU 1. Virginia Hot 'If Chance r Longest Streak Might End •y JACK CUUtT AiMeUM Pre« Sftfit Writer Virginia may end the ignominy of the nation's longest major college losing streak this Saturday if Virginia Military Institute doesn't have the services of it* sparkling quarterback Howard Dyer.. LAW: BUGS' LAST HOPE Gosnell, defeated 6-0 by E. Prairie, Mo., last week, takes on .Wilson, the county'* another member of the Bootheel's feated team, will make Friday a Little Six Conference at home Fri-| night Buzz Barton's Yellow Jackels will want to soon forget. The Jackets were knocked off Weirdest Series Ends By JOE REICHLER PITTSBURGH (AP) — the weirdest of all World Series comes to an end today in the seventh and payoff game with New York's Yankees once again a 13 to 10 favorite to defeat the Pittsburgh Pirates, just as they were at the start of the activity eight days ago. Vernon Law, who defeated the Yankees in the first and fourth games although he failed to last nine innings in either, was Danny ' Murtaugh's hope .to bring Pittsburgh iti first world championship in 35 years. The big right- hander, who won 20 games during the regular season, also sought to become the llth three-time series winner and the first since Milwaukee's Lew Burdette tamed the Yankees thrice in 1957. i Casey Stengel, seeking his eighth world championship, as usual, wasn't sure of his starting pitcher. In the clubhouse Wednes- FIGHTS day following Whitey Ford's steam-rolling 12-0 shutout, his_second whitewash- of the Pirates in four days, the 70-year-old professor who may be masterminding his last game as Yankee manager, shouted above the din: "I may pitch (Bob) Turley, then again it may be (Bill) Stafford or it could even be (Bobby) Shantz. I haven't made up my mind yet. I'll let you all know before the game tomorrow." Turley was credited with the second game victory last Thurs day, the Yankees' first o£ the series. He needed relief help in the ninth inning. Stafford pitched five scoreless relief innings, allowing only three hits in the fifth gam loss last Moday. Shantz appearet twice in relief, permitting no hit By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MODESTO, Calif. — Oscar Orte- gen, 140, Corpus Christ!, Tex., out- pointed Dave Comacho, 137, Monterrey, Mexico, 10. TOKYO — Arab Junior, Ii9tt, Philippines, stopped Kiyoshi Miura, 124%, Japan, 5. in 1V4 innings. Both managers announced hakeups in their lineups. Mur- augh benched Dick Stuart and Gino Cimoli, inserting Rocky Nelon at first base and Bob Skinner n left field. Stuart has hit safely only three times in 20 at bats and Cimoli has four of 19. Neither has an extra base hit. Skinner, the teams' best left- handed hitter, jammed his .left thumb in the first game and sat out the next four games. His finger is not fully healed but the Pirates are crying for more punch. They've made only 49 hits in six games, only 12 for extra bases. Bill Mazeroski has the only home run. Stengel planned to keep Yog Dyer It in the VMI Infirmary | knee, with a cold which has caused congestion In his chest. It has kept him from all the Keydet practice sessions this week as the team for Virginia, losers of 21 straight games since 1957. Dyer it the nation's leader in total offense among major college performers and is the big cog in the wheel that is driving VMI toward its second consecutive Southern Conference title and in the past four years. He ha: guided his team to four s in ai many starts (his season. So far the talented senior has illed up 722 yards overall, including 597 "StT pT5shTg~to~ ran! llth nationally in the latter category. Last year he passed foi 1,072 yards, completing 55 of 105 How does a football player kick off barefooted with his shoe on? They worked It out for David Kristynik at Texas after watching him do the kicking off in Ihe Oklahoma game sans shoes but unable to follow up the kick down field. Against Arkansas Saturday Kristynik will be able to do al' those things—the trainer* prcpar ed him a football shoe—with the th the shoe situation taken :are of, the Longhorns lurncd t» vork against Arkansas defensive incups, Freshman used Ihem under instruction of assistant Coach sell Coffee, who scouted the- Razorbacks against Baylor last Saturday. Arkansas felt some belter with ace halfback Lance Alworth back at practice although the talented runner may not be able to start against Texas. Alworth ha» a bruised knee. Baylor sharpened ila offense for an invasion of Lubbock and * crack at Texas Tech. I could be worse-Una week. So Bob Courtway's Bulldogs should get by this one in good shape, setting the scene for the I Oct. 21st meeting with undefeated (ojses J3 {m touchdowns . | Trumann. Trumann has a breather t | week also against Pocahontas. Wilson », Keiser U. Harvey Hills' Shawnee Indians I and Jack Carries' Luxora Panthers I are the only two Missco clubs that | have not won yet. Luxora will be underdog again Maryland, trying to get untracked after three straight losses moved Murnis Banner into the No. 1 left halfback spot as it prepared to meet Clemson. George Washington lost hailback Tony Frediclne for Saturday's game against Boston University. Notre Dame Coach Joe Kuharich, who turned to his sophs to REAL SIPPIN' WHISKEY FROM KENTUCKY'S SMALLEST DISTILLERY! Berra in left field and put Johnny American League champs. Whiter Ford Blanchard behind the plate. Blanchard took over Wednesday after Elston Howard suffered a fractured hand from a pitch thrown by Boh Friend and cracked three of the Yankees' 17 hits, two doubles and a single. Many of the 38,580 paying customers, after watching the Yankees manhandle Pittsburgh pitching for the third time in the Series Wednesday found it hard to understand how the Pirates were able to win three games frpm the at Marion. It could be that the get the Irish on the winning track Black Panther* will have their Saturday against Michigan State best chance of winning when they when he used Ed Turkowski at go to Shawnee two weeks from quarterback, tabbed Ed Burke to Friday. be his starting right tackle and But the chances this Friday are put Ed Hoerster at center, not favorable. | Another soph, fullback Jack Holder of Indiana, was named Marion J5, Luxora It. * * * Shawnee would have a better chance of licking Lepanto if the game were scheduled for the Indians' home field. But Shawnee is this week's hunch bet. While Lepanto was losing, 21-«, at Crawforsvillc, Hill's hustlers were free to map war strategy. Sbawnee 14, Lepaato 7. a starter this week against Marquette while Minnesota's Judge Dickson continued to work at the left halfback spot for the injure* Dave Mulholland. Oklahoma State, propping for Houston, lost No. 1 center am linebacker Chuck Willingham for ?t least 10 days with a wrenched FOR THE WORID'S FINEST WHISKEY... ASK FOR EZMBROGKS i!fK[D fUlL 7 YtARS OLD •0 r»CX>f*{UAHOOKS DttTIUING <X>., IAW9ENCUUKG. ANDHjQN COUmr.KY. ttKTWf 'H1MGHT IOUUON WH4SKM BETA WINS Beta Club scored an 18-0 victory over Hi-Y in YMCA's high school touch football league yesterday. The winners drew first blood on the first play of the second period, when Vernon Reed scooted seven yarsd for the score. A few plays later, Steve Handley took a Hi-Y punt and went up the middle for a 60-yard scoring jaunt. In the third quarter. Reed go behind the last Hi-Y defender am John Lambert hit him for a 55- yard pass-and-run tally. Fair and Mild PITTSBURGH Wl — Fair ar.d mild weather was .'orecast for the final game of the World Series today between the Pittsburgh Pirates and New York Yankees at Forbes Field. A high temperature of 80 .was predicted. NOW! 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