S— Los Gatos Times-Observer leer and By MILTON K1CHMAN UF1 Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPD-You have to take the good with the bad come-times and nobody in the land knows that aqy better right now than that haraised but happy gentleman who happens to own the Baltimore Orioles His name is Jerald C Hoff-bexger all his friends mil him Campbell off to roaring Los Gatos Frosh-Soph hand new coach 32-6 victory Los Gatos Frosh-Soph football team handed new Coach John Mackey a 32-6 opening day victory Friday over visiting Mission San Jose as six of eight West Valley Athletic League teams started toe 1966 campaign Defending champion Campbell swamped Soquel 88-0 and Del Mar nipped Kennedy 14-7 while Saratoga bowed 18-12 to St Francis Junior varsity We stmont wu abut out 13-0 fay Irvington and Blackford tied Mitty 6-6 Leigh and Camden did not play The Gatos Frosh-Soph seemed to improve ee toe game went along scoring twice in the first half and three times after the intermission when s quick moving defense insinuated itself Mackey saw room for improvement but liked toe way Ms smaller team used its speed Sophomore back Eddie Siracusa started the scoring late in toe second quarter with a 68-yard run through toe middle and SCU bags good frosh athletic crop Headed by two of last year’s prep All-American basketball players Dennis A wtrey and Ralph Ogden of San Jose University of Santa Clara has corraled probably toe best crop of incoming freshman athletes in the last 10 years it was announced by SCU athletic director Pat Malley Classes at Santa Clara began Tuesday Sept 27 In addition to Ogden and A wtrey who were generally acclaimed Northern California’s top two- onto last year in high school basketball tills year’s SCU frosh cage five will have several other standout athletes inducting guard Tom Scherer 6-2 aU-Catholic League performer from Notre Dame High School Sierman Oaks forward John Healey 6-5 Bullis Prep Washington 'DlC and guard Kevin Eagleson 5-10 R Iordan High School San Francisco Among first-year SCU football players enrolled are guard John Albanese 5-11 195 all-Catholic Athletic League at Bcllarmine halfback’' Darryl Stowers 6-0 175 El Cerrito High end Steve Scully 6-3 200 Bishop Armstrong Sacramento and guard Stave Stanlch 6-0 205 all-state Command HQ Performance Camara Sport Coupo with style trim group you can add Mira boon waiting for a Chevrolet like this New itb hove Camarol Long low hood Short rear dock Big-car stance for stability Strato-bucket seats A 140-hp Six or 210-hp V8 depending on model Camaro gives you a car full of comforts from carpeting on the floor to vinyl upholstery all around There’s a lot of security too with new safety features like the GM -developed energy-absorbing steering column Camaro! Sport coupe or convertible You can order a Rally Sport with hideaway headlights or an SS 350 with Camaro's biggest V8 See your Chevrolet dealer nowl Everything New That Could Happen Happened Now at Your Wed Sept 28 1 966 baseball Orioles’ boss can’t make ticket hounds bappy! Jerry and that’s precisely the trouble-suddenly everyone is his friend Naturally they all want the same thing WqrldSeries tickets and what makes it especially rough on HafXberger is that he also is president of Baltimore’s leading brewery A lot of Haffbergers beer is sold in Baltimore’s taverns and start Don Cecich another second-year back scored from three yards out midway in the second period MSJ tallied on e 20-yard pass play Just before toe half Dan Wright’s pass interception and 15-yard penalty put toe Kittens in business at the MSJ 15 and after Cecich got ten freshmen quarterback Rick Urbano passed the final two yards to Siracusa Cecich bucked over for the point Dan Countryman 170-pound sophomore transfer fullback scored toe fourth Gatos TD on a two-yard plunge and Ron Lewis 125-pound soph halfback bucked over toe extra point Moments later Bruce Gama raced 65 yards gridder from Portland) regon Top incoming yearling baseball player at SCU include pitcher Mike Sigman Kearney Higi San Diego rho will play basketball also outfielder Jim Silvestrini Roosevdt High Fresno and second baseman Bill McMonjgle Bellarmine San Jose The following is a list of the tqp five or six SCU frosh in the three sports: BASKETBALL— Dennis A wtrey 6-9 Blackford High San Jose- Ralph Ogden Cal-Pitt Cal-SJS tickets on sale Reserved tickets for both toe Cal-Pitt games this Saturday in Memorial Stadium and toe October 8 Bear game against San Jose State in Memorial Stadium are now on sale at ticket agencies throughout toe Bay Area Reserved tickets are priced at $450 Adult general admission tickets $300 and high school student - child general admission tickets $100 are on sale at tiie Stadium on game day Tickets may be purchased at Roos-Atkins First and Santa Clara Sts San Jose that's where the rub comes in Everytime Hoffberger’s brewery drivers have delivered beer lately the tavern keeper has said: "Incidentally I’d like to get some World Series tickets from the brewery' In all cases the drivers have been instructed to reply that no tickets are available with an interceptedpass to score Pleasing to Mackey was the showing of numerous freshman candidates The new Los Gatos coach is toe former varsity mentor of Castlemont High School Oakland title winners for the past two years ' In other games Gil Saklma scored Blackford's touchdown from five yards out Del Mar won in toe final 70 seconds of play when fullback Loren Toews rambled 22 yards off tackle Quarterback Km RedU ker converted on a sneak Campbell showed the lame scoring punch as last season when the little Buccaneers ran qp 149 points in seven league games Sophomore speedster Randy Fujishin scored two touchdowns and recorded 162 yards in eight carries Quarterback Dan Hanks tallied a pair combined with Clark Evans on a 42-yard pass play and Mark Cunninghams registered on a 40-yard run 6-5 Lincoln High San Jose Tom Scherer 6-2 Notre Dame High Sherman Oaks Will Curley 5-11 and Bob Tobin both of Drake High San Anselmo John Healey 6-5 Bullis Prep Washington D C and Kevin Eagleson 5-10 Riordan High San Francisco FOOTBALL -Steve Stanlch Jesuit High Portland Ore Darryl Stowers El Cerrito High Richmond Steve Scully Bishop Armstrong Sacramento John Albanese Bellar- ? mine Saratoga Steve Sweeten Loyola Los Angeles Tom Williams ML Carmel High Los Angeles BASEBALL -Pitcher Mike Sigman Kearney High San Diego pitcher Bob Tobin Drake High San Anselmo outfielder Jim Silvestrini Roosevelt High Fresno 2-B Bill McMonigle Bellarmine San Jose catcher Tom Williams ML Carmel High LA outfielder Steve Sweeten Loyola High Los Angeles Personal Tribute PHILADELPHIA fUPI) — Gene Msuch of Philadelphia was named National League manager-of-the-year in 1962 although his Phillies finished seventh "Well in that case you can get your beer the hdl out of here" some tavern keepers tell the drivers Gussie Busch had that same problem when the Cardinals won in 1964 and he had a smaller ball park too Comes World Series time and REAL ESTATE GOLFERS -Bill Meier Lee Drelicharz Homer Bash and Cedi Atwood of Title Insurance & Trust Co paused for a moment last Wednesday while playing in the Fifth Annual golf tournament NATIONAL LEAGUE yr i per gb Los Angeles - 63 M 592 Pittsburgh 86 17 573 I GIANTS 81 SS JR 4 Philadelphia 85 72 J41 I Atlanta 83 75 J25 11 SL Louis 71 78 JM 14 Cincinnati 74 M 411 17 Houston -68 82 AM 24i New York 64 12 All 28 Chicago 51 M JR 25 TUESDAY'S aeSULTS I ANTS it AtlWta iflSuMI) faMit) rain upd-V" ''Vsbas PITCHERS OIANTS (Parry JM) at Atlanta (Clan-Inger 14-H r Ectiwall Ml Qiatif Pntitaurali Tvaajia 1J-1I and Law 1M) at PtiiladMtila (Burmina tf-U and Jack-on 1J-14) twHiMit Laa Anaalfj JSuttan tf-11) at St Louis (L Inter 104) niaftt Haul ton (Ghnfl 14-11 and Cuatlar 1V1S1 at Cincinnati (Ellio IMS and ku Khali M or Matonay 1M) night Chicago ( Ellsworth Ml and Nya W) I Now York IRKxnt 11-4 and Skan 1V12) AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet GB y-BaltimoK 96 II J15 — Detroit 87 71 J51 16 Minnesota 86 71 J48 11 Chicago 22 77 511 15 Cleveland 79 71 JM IS California 71 M 494 11 Kansas City 71 M 452 25 Washington 71 M M 21 Boston 72 M 444 27 New York M M 434 21 y-CUnched pennant Ntw York at WMhlnatm uud nki Kanui CHY at Baltlmara mi raki Ortuua 1MJ) twMatit tgavatojt (Ttunt 11-10) at Mlnnaiata Chevrolet Dealer's! no one believes anyone Not about World Series tickets aqyway No matter how many times you explain it people steadfastly refuse to believe toe participating players have to buy tickets for their family or friends That? s right the players actually have to pay for them too and barbecue sponsored by Loi Gatos-Saratoga Board of Realtors it Riverside Golf Course Atwood was tournament chairman Other members to play were June Kauffman Laura Kraber (brace Smith and Beth Gallagher Tom Wright Anthony Sots John Cicci John Williams John Mayer Mel Johnson' Mike Lee Ed Day Dale Borge A1 Wiens Jack Hanley Harry Hall Jim Ross Harvie Warren John Yearwood Dick McIntyre and John Miner Pombo holds big NASCAR point lead SAN JOSE - A1 Pombo the cigar-smoking Fresnan has gained some "breathing room" in his battle to retain the San Jose Speedway NASCAR super-modified hardtop championship Because of in unfortunate accident last week which occured to Ms chief rival Marshall Sargent the muscular San Jose mechanic Pombo enters Saturday night? 28th - and fourth to final point program of the year - 24 ahead of "Sarge" HEY SWINGY SMITH FAMILY I KNOW VtfWfe SCARED TO PEKTM WMOT ML 601N& POB E&Gft OH wry ‘sortsojzp And how would anyone ever believe that the president of too local brewery couldn’t help out with tickets especially when he was the chairman of the board of the ball club also? ' Actually the World Series is the commissioner’s game His name is the one which appears on the tickets His office gets X number of tickets and each American and Camden wins cross country contest Camden’s swift senior Ray Hernandez led the Cougars to their second cross country victory of the season Saturday at Pleasanton as he toured the two-mile course in 10:54 a new record Camden won with 34 points against 47 far second place Mission San Jose 58 for Newark and 85 for Amador Valley Bill Jones of Camden was second in 11:04 ' Dave Bryant led Camden Junior varsity to a win with an 11:57 docking and Can Shuster was second in 12:04 Camden sophomores won and Tom Blalkowaki was the individual winner in 12:01 Camden frosh were second and Keith Kruse was third in 12:52 aWhjyhnMiM casimy awald wiHNia: list FtKiGR him or tut ma “Devastating!-rm HH to STREET ivu BON2P hGQOOP 4 Afi 1 WNLAC NEVER 1 PELL N WV UPE- National League dub also gets X amounL Then there are the season box-holders who get first preference and since there are only so many seats between home plate and first base someone’s always bound to kick HAVE HAD COMPLAINTS Naturally the Orioles already have had their share of complaints although they dicfci’t put their tickets on sale until Monday mitodghL "I can’t understand why 1 can’t order my tickets over the telephone" ' declared one annoyed patron "I always do that for the Preakness" Another fan from Lancaster Pa wrote to Baltimore nfftrut and said she thought she was WGATOS’I -i4I NQSANTACPUi 114 4410? NOW! THRU TIIISJ It M PHONE EERTlHm iCOLUMBIAIFICTURES CARL FOREMAN fj VAtiilUSS® MOUNT KEEEN OHN SNOWS 45 7il5 IXCLUSIYI SHOWINO-RKOULAR PRICES mpowtanti no one uttoutawtu be admitted unleu accommnko by MMtNi CO-MI MONTH' “HARPfR" PAUL mwmkM entitled to a pair of tickets be- cause she ran a busload of people to Philadelphia each weekend the! Phillies were home this season She loves baseball she pointed! out and thought die should be rewarded Then there was still another! lady from Eastern Shore MtL who believed she should be given tickets Moreover she was convinced she also should have the honor of leading the WorldSeries parade although no one had aqy idea of what parade she was talking about And why did she feel entitled to all toil? "Because" she explained rather modestly "my given name is Oriole’’ DAHY feSO PM md IAS PM SUIJAFFE-PAIUMN PMMsnr-nunauciiiM rY com shows DAILY 13:15 ICO-HfT UA "Cast A Plant Shadow"
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