The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 4, 1960 · Page 7
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BRITTS BEAT With BRITT MARTIN , A RASH OF INJURIES to a half-dozen members of the Pans Jim or College Dragons has promptec Coaih Boyd Converse o call off contact drills ii preparation for their Thursday lilt here with KiJgore's Rangers. t DUMMY DRILLS will be the closest thing to actual con- act as the Dragons work toward their third victory Also on C Wocki!i a g °° d deal ° f lab ° r on offense ' Particularly FIVE REGULARS and a first line substitute are on the ailing hsl. but End Bill Hall of Temple Is the only one likely to miss the Kilgore lusslo. He suffered a shoulder injury in the loss to Tyler Saturday anri is wearing one arm in a sling. TACKLE LARRY HOBSON, a standout lineman for the Dragons the first two weeks, is favoring a knee injury, and could possibly miss the Kilgorc game. He was sidelined most of the last half against the Apaches. FULLBACK DOUGH BARROW, Halfback Hcrshel Zimmerman and Center Don Davis are currently sidelined with turned ankles. Another halfback, speedster David Perkins is out with a touch of the flu. THE DRAGONS had a light workout Monday, consisting largely of running. After IJie drill, they watched the film of the Tyler iu.ssle and went over the scouting information on Kilgorc. . , . COACH CONVERSE and Assistant Coach James Self are trying to put together a full defensive unit, using it as much as possible so none of the boys will be playing the entire game. . OTHER PLANS call for some more passing. The Dragons, completed only one of nine passes for three yards against the Apaches. They hope lo do better this week in order to loosen up the Kilgore defense for their running attack. THE DRAGONS will toil briefly Wednesday on kickoff returns, punt returns and work some more on dummy offense. KILGORE, winner of one game in four starts, is said to have more Sophomores than any other team in the conference. They have a real good fullback in Gary Reeves, a 200-poundcr. However, their best lineman missed action in a 12-0 loss to Henderson County last week, thus they also have problems. Whether or not he will be able to play this week remains lo be seen. The Rangers rely on their running game primarily, using the belly series f.nd the split "T". . . . range Tops Latest Poll THE PARIS NEWS, TUESDAY, OCT. 4, I960 —7 Pirates Won't Scare', ByYanksBigSluggers POSING A PROBLEM — FOR THE BUGS — New York Yankee pitchers who are expected io see action against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the World Series are, left to right: Bob Turley, Whitey Ford, Art Ditmar and Ralph Terry. (AP Wirephoto) McKinney n Grid Pol! By HUGH FULLER.TON JR. Associated Press Sports Writer Syracuse, with a surge in the voting reminiscent of the second half rallies that have won two games for the Orangemen, today moved to the top in the Associated Press football ranking poll after two weeks in second place. Syracuse displaced Mississippi, leader for two weeks, by a big margin in the voting by 48 newspaper, television and radio football experts who comprise The Associated Press panel. Impressive Iowa moved up from eighth place to fourth as the rankings underwent another wholesale revision. Fourth-place Illinois was the only team which remained in the same place it held oUer last week's voting. Ohio State moved up from ninth place after ils solid 20-0 victory over Southern California. Kansas slipped from 7th to 10th after its loss to Syracuse and Clemson dropped a notch to eighth. Newcomers are Navy, Purdue, and Arkansas, replacing Washington (No. 3 last week) Northwestern <Np. 6) and Georgia Tech (No. 101. Syracuse received 2S of the 48 first place voles to 14 for Mississippi. Iowa drew four and UCLA, idle last weekend, drew one. In the point scoring on the basis of 10 for first place, 9 for second etc., it was Syracuse 428 and Olc Miss 402. just about the reverse of last week's figures. The (op teams with first pluce votes in parentheses: 1. Syracuse (2S> 2. Mississippi (14) 3- Iowa (5) 4. Illinois f>. Ohio State 6. N f avy 7. Purdue 8. Clemson 9. Arkansas 10. Kansas L T. Lions Tip Northeast, 13 fo6 By TIIE ASSOCIATED PRESS Three conference games this week will mean that all members of the league have seen championship action but thy won't determine an undisputed leader in the Lone Star Conference football race. Sul Floss, which started the campaign with a 20-7 triumph ovor Southwest Texas Stale last week, isn'l playing a conference game so it will retain a spot at the top. Defending champion Texas A&I, which opened the race with a 26-6 hammering of How»-"d Payne meets East Texas State, which is making its start. Hffcr/w? King Edward Tfuloy' 428 DALLAS (AP)— Wichita Falls and S w c e t w a t e r are gaining ground in their bids for supremacy in the schoolboy football campaign, the Dallas News' copyrighted poll revealed Monday. Wichita Falls trails top-ranking Baytown by only five votes in Class AAAA while Sweetwater lacked only three ballots of overtaking Kilgore, No. 1 in Class AAA. Baylown and Kilgore joined Olney and Stinnett as the stale's top- ranked team s for the third straight week. Olney held its lead by o substantial margin and Stinnett—unbeaten, untied and unex- tended—clung to its lead by a unanimous vote. There are 6S perfect record clubs remaining in the slate, and 31 are represented in the poll. The rankings: NA1A CHAMPS Lions Battle Hogs Saturday COMMERCE — With their first 68 yard scoring run. Against Abi- PITTSBURGH 'API - Pitts-, burgh bristles with "we won't scare" confidence and the New York Yankees are riding high on a 15-game winning streak going into Wednesday's World Series opener al Forbes Field. The Pirates scheduled a morning workout today and the Yanks were lo look over this unfamiliar National League territory in the afternoon. Thirty-three years ago today they said the Pirates lost their last Series to the Yanks the day before it started. 11 was claimed they were overawed by the fence busting of Babe Ruth, Lou Geh- rug and Co. in a pre-series batting J ing. During the season he often drill. benched Virdon, a left-handed hitter, against a southpaw and played Gino Cimoli. He switched Stuart, a right-handed hitter, for Rocky Nelson against righlhan'd- with Bob Turley and Whitey Ford in that order, Uitmar, top winner of the Yanks with a 15-0 record, throws a sinking fast ball, good curve and slider, much the same repertoire as owned by Vern Law, the Pirates' 20-game winning starter. Ditmar has given lip 25 home runs and Law 24. Both managers apparently wanted to take advantage of the spacious outfield territory in the Pirate home park. Muriaugh surprised some baseball people by announcing he would use Bill Virdon in center field and Dick StuarL on first, regardless of the opposition pitch- started his last four Series. Casey • explained that Dilmar "at some times done fairly good against Chicago when. 1 had to get the first game." A sellout crowd of 33,000 could expect a good break from .the weatherman. The advance forecast called for mostly sunny and warmer with the temperature around 70. Game lime is 1 p.m. (EDT) with network (NBC) TV and radio coverage. Class AAAA: Bay town. 2. Wichita Falls. 3. Abilene. 4. Highland Park. 5. Port Arthur. 6. Dallas Samuell- 7. Borger. 8. San Antonio Jefferson. 9. Galveston. 10. 402 | Temple. 358 Class AAA: 1. Kilgore. 2. Ssveet- 295] water, 3. CarrolUon. 4. Phillips. 1301 5- Brownwood. 6. El Campo. 7. win of the season neatly tuc k e d away, East Texas State takes on N.A.I.A. champion Texas A & I Saturday night in Commerce. j East Texas will be out to avenge last season's 7-0 loss to Texas A&I. However, both teams shared tiie Lone Star Conference crown in '59. After dropping their first t w o games, the Lions broke into the winning column by downing stubborn Northeastern Louisiana 13-6 last week. Although it look three games for the Lion offense to start rolling, the tough defense once again took a big part of the credit as t hey held the Louisiana crew to only 72 yards on the ground. In the first half the Lions allowed the Indians to invade their territory only twice. The first was a drive that ended on the ET 49 and the second was a fumble recovery on the East Texas 36 yard line that led to the lone Indian TD, which was a 26 yard desperation pass in the closing seconds. While East Texas was disposing of Northeast Louisiana, A&I was rolling over strong Howard Payne 26-6. A&l's only other outing re- lene Christian he scooted 6-1 yards for a touchdown. The Lions were without the services of three starters Fullb a c k Jack Holcomb, Tackle John Logan, and Halfback James Shaw were sidelined with injuries and are still question marks about next week's game. Danny Alurtaugh, scrappy pilot of the Sues, told Pirates' fans not to worry about his club losing the Series before it starts. "If this club of mine gets beat," he said, "it will be in the ball game, not before it starts. "They don't scare. Don't forget we have a pretty good ball team too. We played and won in a ed pitching. "1 want to give the Yankees! a iook at a real good center fielder," said Mtuiaugh. "Stuart also will go both ways unless he goofs things up." tougher league. We're going to' The only switches in the Pirates show them a good infield and a! ordor wil! be Smoky Burgess good outfield and .some pretty good pitching." Casey Stengel, boss of the Yanks, was caught hp in a miniature mob in the hotel lobby when he arrived Monday afternoon wtfh his club. As ihe Yanks climbed out of their plane at the airport they had been greeted by a sign "Go "We played our best game of| nomc . Yankees." In the lobby the season Saturday night, but we made a lot of mistakes in the second half. A&I has a good team and seem to do ev e r y I h j n g well They will be the best team that we will play and we can't afford to make any mistakes against them." states Coach J. V. Sikes. A&I will be led by Quarterback Jarre] 1 Hayes, Fullback Butch Presley and Halfback Tom m y Janick. 11. Missouri 12. Washington 13. Michigan State 14 Minnesota 15. Texas 16. UCLA (1) 17. Alabama 18. (tie) Army 19. Florida 20. Boylor 147 j Bay City. 8. Andrews. 9. McKin- su i te d in a 14-14 tie with Trinity 127 ney. 10. Killeen. University. East Texas lost its two games 9-6 to Abilene Christian and 6-0 to Southeastern Louisiana. Fullback Wallace Miller seemed to forming a habit of long TD runs as he again reeled off a 101 81 65 63 61 51 39 34 27 24 19 19 17 Class AA: 1. Olney. 2. Taylor. 3. Denver City. 4- Bellville. 5. Stamford, 6. Hondo. 7. Columbuus, 0. Katy 9 Gatesville 10 Jacks- bo ro Class A: l Stinnett. 2. Crowell- 3. Albany. 4. Plains. 5. George West. 6. Anahuac. 7. Idalou. 8. White Oak. 9. White Deer. 10. Sour Lake- The Yankees beat the Detroit Tigers 14 games to 8 during the 1960 season. Brown Will Battle HOUSTON, Tex. (AP> —Lightweight champion Joe Brown and Mexico's Raymundo (Battling* Torres meet in a 10-round non- title fight tonight. Torres, only 13, will be fighting a man 15 years older. somebody gave Casey a record of the "Beat 'Em, Burs" song that has swept the city. "From what J'm told this is a good solid club," said Stengel. "But we have some good players, too. T think these fellows (Yanks) will keep right on just like they i left off the season Sunday." Before leaving New York, Stengel announced that Art Ditmar, a 31-year-old right-hander would open for the American League champs. He. is expected to follow H I C K M A N INSURANCE AGENCY So-jnd Insurance Counsel and Protection Since 1925 13 S. E 1st Dial SU4-4635 DOUBLE S & H GREEN STAMPS Quantity Rights Reserved*—Prices Effective Oct. 5th, 1960 vVEDN'ESDAY, OCT. 5th, 1960 HORMEL SHANKLESS—6-8 Lb. Avg. PICNICS PEACHES Libby's No. 2'/2 Con ORANGE JUICE Sealdsweet USDA Grade 'A' Frozen 6-Oz, Can 5/79 v.i i-ikvr <4W : ICKXNl \rriunf mSffi *)w ORANGES Calif. 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