The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 13, 1960 · Page 8
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 8

Paris, Texas
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Thursday, October 13, 1960
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l_ THE PARIS NIWS, THURSDAY, OCT. II, I960 BRITTS BEAT With BRITT MARTIN VALLEY FOOTBALL picks up the pace this week, with conference battles on lap for all the teams. As a whole, valley elevens have done all right so far. . THE GUESSING GAME took another small boost for tins crystal bait gazer last week, with 14 right, four wrong and a tie, making the total to date 69 right, 33 wrong discounting ties for a .673 average. AFTER. DELVING through season's results and flipping a coin, here arc our choices for this week: PARIS HIGH OVER GREENVILLE - A rugged assignment for the defensive minded Wildcats. Greenville's fired up, but we are hoping the Lions are counting their victories before they go on the Scoreboard. The score could be way off, but the sruess is 15-14. ... PARIS JUNIOR COLLEGE OVER TEXARKANA - Another defensive crew rolls into action. Texarkana has a good passer but the Dragons have good pass defense. The PJC offense should look better. Score: 14-S PARIS 'B' OVER SHERMAN 'B' — The Parisians have the offense. Whether or not their defense holds up is another question Score: 28-20. . . . GIBBONS OVER DENTON — It's Homecoming for the Gophers and they want to put on a good show. Dean and Company by 22-13. ... COOPER OVER BOGATA — Time for the Cooper lads to notch another win. A battle of BuIJdogs, but Cooper is tougher. Score 26-12. ... CLARKSV1LLE OVER ATLANTA — Too many fast Tigers for the Rabbits to head off. Ronnie Varley and Mike Colbert should lead the charge. Score: 22-0. ... HONEY GROVE OVER VAN ALSTYNE—Maybe the Warriors have healed sufficiently from a rash of injuries to spill Van Alstyne, say 18-8. . . TALCO 'OVER SIMS — Tal,co is to tough for the boys from James Bowie. The Trojans by a pair of touchdowns. ... LEONARD OVER FANNINDEL — Here's hoping it goes the other way. Fannindel is hot but Leonard is hotter. Score 20-18. . . . EAST TEXAS STATE OVER SAM HOUSTON — The Lions are itraightened out now after a bad start. James Williams can go on land and in the air. Score 27-7. . . . MT. PLEASANT OVER GAINESVILLE — A real thriller for the .fans. Charles Masters has returned for the Tigers. Mac White's a whJi for the Leopards. Score: 21-16. . . . HUGO OVER McALESTER — Tack on another win for the fighting Buffaloes. They have been a tough bunch in 5-A. Score: 14-13. ... ' SULPHUR SPRINGS OVER BONHAM — It appears that the 'Cats are ready to rol! after tripping Mesquite. Bonham's unbeaten and tough, but should bow, 16-14. ... McKINNEY OVER GARLAND — Still another AAAA foe will bow to the Lions. The Owls are a mile puny, but couH be troublesome. Score: 24-13. ... HOOKS OVER LIBERTY-EYLAU — The Hornets are much too tough for the Leopards, newcomers to 13-AA. Hooks by three touchdowns. ... PAUL PEW1TT OVER DEKALB — Poor DeKalb. The Bears are due for a licking. The Brahmas by 32-6. ... NOW FOR A SHOT at the Southwest Conference. We like Texas over Arkansas, Baylor over Texas Tech, Rice over SMU, and TCU over Texas A & M BOX SCORES PITTSBURGH cial box score game of the 1960 New York (A) Richardson 2b .. Kubek ss Demaestri ss d-Long e-McDougald 3b . Maris rf Mantle cf Berra If Skowron Ib Blanchard c ... Boyer 3b-ss Turley p Stafford p ..— a-Lopez Shantz p Coatee p Terry p Totals (AP)—The offj- of the seventh World Series: AB R H RBI O A 522025 310032 000000 101000 010000 .500020 513200 421430 5 2 2 1 10 2 401111 401103 000000 . 0 0 000 1 101000 301031 000000 000000 40 9 13 9 24 15 burgh (N) 1. 2B—Boyer. HR—Nelson, Skow ron, Berra, Smith, Mazeroski. S— Skinner. IP xx-Law S Face 3 z-Friend 0 Haddix (W) 1 x-Turley 1 Stafford 1 y-Shantz 5 Coates 1 2 2 4 2-3 2 Pittsburgh (N) AB R H RBI 0 A Virdon cf 4 1 2 23 0 Groat ss 4 1 I 1 3 2 Skinner If 2 1 0 0 1 0 Nelson Ib 3 1 1 2 7 0 Clemente rf .... 4 1 1 l 4 0 Burgess c 3 0 2 0 0 0 b-Christopher .000000 Smith c 1 1 1 3 1 0 Hoak 3b 3 1 0 0 3 2 Mazeroski 2b .... 4 2 2 1 5 0 Law p 2 0 0 0 0 1 Face p 0 0 0 0 0 1 c-Cimoli 1 1 1000 Friend p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Haddix p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 31 10 II 10 27 6 a—Singled for Stafford in 3rd. b—Ran for Burgess in 7th. c—Singled for Face in 8th. d—Singled for Demaestri in 9th. e—Ran for Long in 9th. New York (A) 000 014 022— 9 Pittsburgh <N) 220 000 051—10 E—Maris. DP—Stafford, Blan- j chard and Skowron; Richardson,!, Kubek and Skowron; Kubek; Richardson and Skowron. (None out when winning run scored.) LOB — New York (A) 6, Pitts- H R ER 4 3 6 4 2 2 0 3 1 3 2 zz-Terry (L) 1-31 1 x—Faced 1 batter in second, xx—Faced 2 batters in sixth. 6—Faced 3 batters in eighth. 2—Faced 2 batters in ninth, zz—Faced 1 batter in ninth. BB—Law 1 (Kubek), Face (Berra), Turley 1 (Skinner), Staf forJ 1 (Hoak), Shantz 1 (Nelson) U—Jackowski (N) plate, Chylak (A) first base, Boggess (N) sec ond base, Stevens (A) third base Landes (N) left field, Honochick (A) right field. T—2:36. A—36,683 % A /•! I ~ . ""~ t 1 ; I % A f • Wildcats Need Win Over Bad Greenville Paris High will be highly fa- this week. Martin Brochet will re- •ored to see its 16-game winning Ireak shattered in a highly important District 6-AAA footba 1 1 )altle with Greenville there Friday night. Kickoff time is 8 o'clock. The Lions are fresh from tying highly publicized McKinney 0-0, vhile the Wildcats are enjoying a share of the league lead after beating Ml. Pleasant 7-fi there ast week. Greenville boasls the most experienced players in the league. of the first eleven that started against Paris last year is back and may comprise the first unit again if they have not been bealen out of their jobs. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, Coach Raymond Berry, one who does not moan about injuries, revealed that the Wildcats will be in he poorest physical condition of he season Friday night. Guard Ronnie Johnson, a regular all season, is definitely out of ,he fracas with a painfully bruised hip. Bob Mallory is due to start n his place. End Tony Hutto, one of many ftiio turned in fine games for the Wildcats last week, is a doubtful participant because of a sprained ankle. Jimmy Aylor, still another star of last week's tussle, will get the nod if Hulto is not able t o play- Starting lineup for the Wildcats features Hutto (153) or Aylor C51) at right end, Glen Billingsley ( 162) at right tackle. Bob Mallory (159) at right guard, David Denney (161) at center, Ronald Prince (155) at left guard, Steve Sherman (180) at left tackle, and Bradley O'Brien 140) at left end. In the backfield, Durrell Roddy (146) will be the tailback, Mike Johnson (140) or Jimmy Davis (145) be at wingback, Ronald Antoine (158) will be the blocking back, and Steve Dieti, (181) will be the fuU- back. Greenville lost a top hand in the McKinney tilt. Bob Hinson, defensive captain of the Commandoes, underwent a knee. operation place him on defense. Offensively, the Lions will have Bill Eason (180) and Jimmy Wright (150) al ends, Dav i d Reeves (194) and Jerry Mainord U85) at tackles, Nicky Blain (174) and Richard Krodle (178) at guards, Arthur Millard (212) at center, Keith Bonham (145) a t quarterback, Jerry Jolley (160) and Harry Bond U70) at half- backs, and Doug Hoofen (170) at fullback. Greenville generates off the "T" formation while the Wildcats run off of the single wing. Bath teams use the forward pass sparingly. Reserved seat tickets for the fracas may be obtained at the office at Paris High School. The tickets, at $1.25 each, are between the 40 and 50-yard lines. TYLER'S FIRST Paris Second In TEJCC Race Powerful Paris ranks second behind terrific Tyler in Texas Eastern Junior College Conference football standings, with plenty of time to go before a champion is determined. The Dragons tangle an old and rugged opponent Saturday night at Noyes Stadium, the Texarkana Bulldogs. Game time is 7:30. Tyler leads the loop in offense and defense, scoring 66 points to 18 for their foes. Paris ranks second in defense with an allowance of 20 points, but is third in offense with 31, only one point back of Henderson County. Coaches Boyd Converse and James Self of Paris are hoping all their charges will be able to go Saturday, despite various ailments. The Po€ brothers, Donald and Ronald, have not worked out all west*. Donald sustained a slight concussion in the Kilgore clash, while Ronald has been out with an intestinal disorder. Both are linement. Halfback David Perkins has practiced a little with a sprained ankle. Johnny Hood, a varsity halfback, has skipped all contact work this week because of a bruised shoulder. End Billy Hall, who missed last week's' g3me due to an injury, will be ready to play Saturday, but has not taken part in contact work. Bill Tucker, a tackle, returned to the practice field Wednesday after a siege of flu. Converse said the Dragons looked pretty good in a Tuesday afternoon scrimmage session, even without part of their personnel. They worked against Texarkana offense and defense for about an hour. The PJC mentor has scouted Texarkana several limes and reports that the Canines have a fair passing game and a good d e- fensive ball club, as well as several fast backs. TEXAS EASTERN CONFERENCE Season TEAM— W. L. T. Pts. Op. Tylfir 6 0 0 173 VO PARIS Henderson Co, . 3 Texarkana 2 Kilgore 0 39 0 54 0 40 0 28 i 2 3 ... I 4 Conference TEAM— W. L. Tyler 3 0 PARIS 2 I Henderson Co. . 2 2 Texarksna 1 2 Kilgore 0 3 Last Week's Results PARIS 20, Kilgore 6; Tyler 29, Ranger 2S: Henderson County S, Texarkana 0. This'Week's Schedule Saturday—Tyler at Kilgore* Texarkana at PARIS'; Henderson County vs. Navarro at Corsicana. T. PU. Op. 0 66 13 0 31 20 0 32 41 0 20 24 0 6 52 BucsOutlast Stubborn Yanks (Continued From Page One) over second base and Joe Christopher ran for him. Hoak lined to Berra in left. Mazeroski hit to Kubek who threw to Richardson, forcing Christopher and Richardson's relay to Skowron doubled up Mazeroski. No runs, one hit, no errors, none left, EIGHTH INNING YANKS—Hal Smith went in to catch for the Pirates. Face speared Maris's high bouncer to the right of the mound and threw him out. Mantle lined to Groat. Berr^ walked. Skowron was credited with an infield single on a high bouncer to Hoak whose throw to Mazeroski at second was too late to force Berra. It was Skowron's 12th hit of the series, tying the record held by many. Blanchard looped a single into short right center scoring Berra and sending Skowron to third. The Yankees led, 6-4. Boyer lined a double into the left field corner scoring Skowron and sending Blanchard to third. Shantz flied to Clemente. Two runs, three hits, no errors, two left. PIRATES—Gino Cimoli, a right- hander, batted for Face and punched a single into short right center. Virdon was credited with an infield single when his sharp grounder took a bad hop and hit Kubek in the mouth, Cimoli stop ping at second. Kubek was knocked to the ground and left field. Demaestri replaced him at short stop. Groat lined a single past Boyer into left field scoring Cimoli to narrow New York's lead to 7-5, Virdon slopping at second. Jim Coates replaced Shantz on the mound. Skinner laid down a sacrifice bunt and was thrown out, Boyer to Skowron. Nelson flied to Maris in medium right and Virdon held third on the right fielder's perfect no- bounce throw to the plate. Stengel came out to give a few words of advice to Coates after Clemente fouled off the first pitch. Clemente beat out slow chopper to Skowron wide of first, scoring Virdon to cut the Yankees lead to 7-6, Groat advancing to third. Pitcher Coates was late covering the bag and Skowron had to hold the ball. Smith hit a home run over the left field wall scoring Groat and Clemente to put the Pirates in front 9-7. The drive, well over 400 feet cleared the ivy colored wall with plenty to spare. Terry replaced Coates. Hoak flied to Berra. Five runs, five hits, no errors, none left. NINTH INNING YANKS — Friend came in to pitch for the Pirates. Richardson singled. Dale Long, a left handed hitter, batted for Demaestri. The report is that Kubek was hit on the larynx resulting in internal bleeding and was taken to a hospital. Long lined a single to right, Richardson stopping at second. That was all for Friend who replaced by southpaw Harvey Haddix. Maris took a ball, then lifted a high foul to Smith in back of the plate. Mantle, switching to right-handed stance, lined the second pitch to right center for a single, scoring Richardson and sending Long to third. Gil McDougald ran for Long. Nelson grabbed Berra's sharp grounder inside first base, stepped on the bag to retire Berra but Mantle regained first base evading Nelson's tag with a beautiful headlong slide. McDougald came home on the play to tie the score 9-9. Nelson after touching first base to retire Berra had to tag Mantle since he had taken the force off. Skowron forced Mantle, Groat to Mazeros ki. Two runs, three hits, no errors, one left. PIRATES — Mazeroski hit Terry's second pitch over the left field wall for a home run to give the Pirates a 10-9 victory and the world championship. Paris 'B' On Saturday The 'B" team football game between Paris High and Sherm a n has been postponed until 2 p.m. Saturday, according to Co a c h Sonny Fagan. Paris will host the Sher man eleven at Wise Field. The "B' Cats have a 3-1 record for the season. The game was originally set for 3:30 pjn. today. The, New York Rangers played their first hockey game on Nov 17, 1926, defeating the Montreal Maroons 1-0. VERSATILE WILDCAT — Senior Ronald Antoine, listed on the program as a 158-pound guard for the Paris Wildcats, is one of the more versatile Cats. He's scheduled to start at blocking back on offense against C eenville there Friday night. On defense Antoine will probably play in the line. (Paris News Staff Photo) La'dy Golfers Give Pairings Parings for the regular Friday ournamenf. of the Women's Golf Association of the Paris Golf and Country Club have been announced. Morning pairings include Mrs. Robert Parker vs. Mrs. R.K. Slor. ey, and Mrs. Bill R a g a n vs. Mrs. Dud Reed. Afternoon pairings show Mrs. Emel Dickson vs. Mrs. Raymond Wunsch, Mrs. Dick Hut chins c n vs. Mrs. Kermil Hager. Mrs. Phil Cook vs. Mrs. Dean Aikin, Mrs. Rnyburn Dial vs. Mrs. Jeff Howards «nd Mrs. Bob Watson vs. Mrs. Ben Billingsley. Rookie Back Sparks AFL DALLAS (AP)—David Webster, rookie halfback cf the Dallas Texans, today was chosen American Football League player of the week on defensive. He gained the honor although playing on a losing team last weekend. Websler and Ed Songin, the Boston Patriots quarterback who was selected player of the week on offense, each will receive a trophy. 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