m &s tfj m M fld ranUgrph. Eloomlngton. fll., Wfd., Sept j. 1MV JQ' Petty Looking Forward To Playing Fullback Illinois State University's varsity football loam reported Tuesday at Horton Fioldhouse to draw equipment. ISU opens prartice today with two ses sions. Redhirris will be in double sessions through Sept. 10. They'll have a ni?ht scrimmage Satur day, Sept. 11. Says He Likes To Run With Ball By JIM BARNHART Pntgrph Sports Editor Stan Petty is an enigma. A good football player but still an enigma. An Illinois State University senior, Petty is interested In a professional football career. noundsi and has the frame toi "I'm eager to try it." said too much.' continued Gerry, add mm ? weigh!. He's Z 150 Petty when" ISU drew its foot- "Of course In my Junior year, yard dash in 5.9 seconds and ball equipment Tuesday. we lost just once so there wat the 60 yard dash In i.2 see-! "Hike to run with the ball.", no ' ason to get workehup. ond,) the former llc-worth High When it was mentioned that He has sure hands (was In-School athlete explained. Bishop went to bat for his terstate Conference all-star end ."When you catch a pass, you' players in an effort to get them last fall). He can kick a football usually get hit right away and deserved publicity, Gerry said, (handled ISU's klckoff and you don't get a chance to run. "He did all he could for his field goal duties last year). I realize I'll have some adjust- boys and that helps in a small But. after playing end for in to do but I want to give it. acho.il." three years. ISU Coach Larry, try . J Giles Can Kick B'tcon wants Petty to give the I " - Arnold Gilel a 175 pound fullback position a try. Ana.!'" . r , , , . K position although a switch in might hold up his dev Some takes. He's think he has what it and hinder his chances lor a I pro contract, Petty is ready to (6-2). He s big (205 gamble. f..lll,....L ntt.tneo DOSItlon 'UUU. un uui-nac, elopmt'nt I ackle on defense. Gibson's Two-Hitter Blanks Chicago, 3-0 St. Louis Pitcher Hurls Fifth Shutout CHICAGO CAP) Bob Gibson fired a two-hitter and hit his fourth homer of the season Tuesday in pacing the St. Louis Cardinals to a 3-0 victory over the ChicaRO Cubs. I r.ihcnn hnndin hi rwnrrf n Bill White homered for the 16-9 and pitching his fifth shut Gibson struck walked two. out fix and IT. Krixk If Flood cf Groat it Rover 3b Whit lb Javier 2b MfC'ver e Shannon rf Oibion a Totals LOUIS CHICAGO limn nrm 4 I I Olandrum fl 4 0 10 S0II Am'fano 7b 4 0 I 01 1 0 0 0 Williarm rf 10 0 0 10 10 Santo )b 10 0 0 4 111 Panti lb 10 0 0 4 0 0 0 Bmiey c 10 0 0 4 0 10 Stewart u 10 0 0 4 0 10 K noer t 10 0 0 1 I I I C lrnnt M 10 0 0 El'iw'rth 10 0 0 Allrnan pn 10 0 0 R 'nnvt'y ph 10 0 0 Mill TOlal II I I I first run of the came in the sec- I a I. - out of the year, held the Cubs.0 ana u,DSOn nnmi m Dp ., tBu.t . ... .. :fu u..u ..it n:..l, i-ii,. I. F-Nona dpsi. Levis 1. LOB-SI hitW. until fun nnr nut In 1 in HUH um um un ui R r.ii.i- lowii l. Chicago 1 ... .. . . . worth. The Cards added ami Mxin inmiig. wn lkiiiuiuiii nm.th.1 ovf MR-WhtH (1), Gibson 141. I I. - iL. ...ill. - :! , . IF wvw we oiiiiiK wan a biiiuic iarkin uhrn Uiu Hrork sin- f.ibwi w. ino and Joe Amalfitano followed gled. stole second for his S5th m"cmC mi with another single before Billy! steal this season, and scored onjj,pnr,v,,:"":"i " Williams popped out. iCurt Flood s single. n n t (iso 10 0 14 S 1 J I s 7 1111 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 I 0 WP-EMsworth. T-100. A 4.038. tall i I I O cx 5 c, rf v i n. . i ) -.'L " 4.1 Martins Like Bishop When LSU entertains Millikin Sept. 18, two Kedbirds playing against their high school coach, York, is something to kick about according to ISU assist ant coach Milt Weisbecker. Weisbecker coached Giles on will be last year's freshman team, former, "He's tough from 45 to 50 yards out on the college field. Kedbirds Gerald and V rei said Weisbecker when discuss- Martin were standouts at Chats- ing Giles' kicking ability.v-Ht worth High School, where Mil-.takes two steps and really puts likin Coach Mel Bishop held, that foot through the ball, sway until two years ago. "On points after touchdowns. Neither Martin harbors any, he snaps that leg through just desire to "show up" Bishop on the 18th. "He was easy to play for.M said Gerry, who played for Mel two years. "The guys wanted to play like a pro.' Giles will be used as end or a flanker back. a split Two Drills Daily Bitcon plans to drill the Red- These coaches will cuide ISU football team this season. From left are John Gelch, Carl Heldt, Milt Weisbecker, Bob KochJer, Larry Thompson, and Head Coach Larry Bitcon. for him," added Virgil, who was birds at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. daily tutored by Bishop four seasons, until Sept. 10. Gerry is a guard and Virgil: He plans a scrimmage un- a quarterback. der the lights, Saturday, Sept. There has been speculation 11. (the man at the top is a big tar-i "Our big Job Is to teach our get) that Bishop was successful system." said Bitcon Tuesday. at Chatsworth because his ath-"Our success will depend upon letes were bigger and stronger; how fast they learn." than most schools on his sehed- Under Bitcon, ISU will lis ule. a wide-open, pro-type attack. "We may have been a little The new ISU mentor plans bigger," said Gerry, "but we to shuffle his personnel this have had a lot of fellows go on week and next. "We'll be play-and play college football. That; ing everybody everywhere." should show that we could play! said Bitcon. "We want to adjust football. , the personnel to fit our sys- "Mel didn't get worked up tern." at ii m ( t , ) -f JL.- xv.v fy q J I - . M ' 1 T . VI 1 ''' y ( TITAN GRIDDERS ARRIVE IWU Squad Biggest Since '46 By DAVE KINDRED lYorkville draws his Army dis- Brad Handley, fresh out of charge papers Sunday Not since 1946 have so many players turned out for IWU football and seldom have Titan prospects been as bright as to- the Marine Corps, leaned back When he arrives in Bloom- in a chair in Illinois Wesleyan ington, the Titans' 27-man regi- University s locker room and ment of lettermen will be filled day. read a magazine. and Wesleyan will have its big- A year ago, IWU had a 7-1-1 Done with guns and six-mile gest squad since 1946. record. The army of lettermen nmes, Jianaiey was tne nrst mat was the year wesleyan back from that team includes man to report for Wesleyan s. Coach Don Larson became a five men who were all-confer- Titan himself. "We must have ence in the College Conference hu or w guys out tor lootbaii," of Illinois; one is a NAIA All Larson saw. "mere were tel lows like me coming back from first day of preparation for the 15 football season. Fifty-five other players followed the ex-Marine into the Titans camp Tuesday for a I World War II and others corn- day of picture-taking, but the. ing out of high school and oth- team will not be complete until another serviceman gets out of Viet Nam. Schell on Way Bill Schell, a 210-pound letter-man tackle, was to be in Saigon a week ago today for transportation home. The senior from ers who were already at Wes leyan." All-America In 1948, Larson became a Little All-America fullback, leading Wesleyan to a victory in the America; one was among the nation's leading small-college passers; and one is a pro prospect. All Present The all-CCI picks returning are Al Mota, the defensive halfback who won All-America hon ors; fleiensive end bob wertz; brilliant passing quarterback Corn Bowl to cap one of its Steve Laub; center Dick Healy; greatest seasons. and big and agile linebacker Jim Kreitz, who may try the pros. All were present Tuesday when Larson greeted the CCI champions and announced his plans for pre-season drills. Because the Titans opener with Illinois State University is a week later than the usual beginning date, Larson said, "Our present plans call for two and a half weeks of drills as if we had a game the 18th. "We'll probably have a game- type scrimmage the 18th and the 11th, too and then we ll spend that last week in typical game-type preparation. Play Sept. 25 ISU and Wesleyan, tradition ally opponents on the final date of the season, meet Sept. 25 at IWU. Game time is 7:30 p.m. Braves Acquire Astros' Thomas In N.L Trade CINCINNATI (AP - The Larson will send his charges inrougn Dasic arms mis morn-: Milwaukee Braves announced ing with some team work on (Tuesday night they had ac-basic plays slated for the af-quired Frank Thomas from ternoon session. Wesleyan will '""ston in exchange for a play- . j on er to be named later, practice at 8:30 a.m and 3:30, The announcemcnt came p.m. each day. The Titans will minutes after the Astros corn-not practice Saturday afternoon pleted a doubleheader sweep of or Monday morning. tne Mets in New York. Thomas T , .. P . . ... i drove in four runs with two Including Schel , two letter- homers jn ,he 4.3 first men were m sslng Tuesday. vict d knocked flnfeoth Kicker Dave McM.nn is work-run with a sacrifj f, th ing and has permission to drill 2 nightcap in the late evening hours. j But the lettermen on hand impressed Larson. He pronounced them in fine physical shape. Some were in such robustly good shape he may have to revise upward the weights on his pre-season roster. Illinois Wesleyan's five all-conference football players watch the rains come down Tuesday. From left are Bob Wertz, Steve Laub, Jim Kreitz, Dick Healy and Al Mota. The Titaas were scheduled to go outside for team pictures, but were forced to stay inside where individual photos were taken. (Pantagraph Photo) McDowell Allows As Just One Hit AAU-NCAA Brass Meets Behind Closed Doors WASHINGTON (AP) TopiAAU president, are scheduled to officials of rival ruling sports give a progress report Wednes- powers met for six hours Tues day behind closed doors, seeking to resolve their bitter feud. There was no comment from either the Amateur Athletic Union or the National Collegiate Athletic Association when the meeting adjourned. Everett D. Barnes,, President, and Clifford day to an executive session of the Senate Commerce Commit tee, which ended two weeks of hearings last Friday on the dispute. There was no indication that an agreement had been reached to resolve the differences which NCAA 'have barred young athletes Buck,! from competition. Says Dark To Take Broglio With Him ST. LOUIS (AP) Pitcherj Broglio, a former pitching Ernie Broglio of the Chicago ( star for St. Louis has appeared Cubs is expected to follow coach jn ony 47 innings this season AiVin UdlK IV uic ftausaa uj ti . 11V UUj Cleveland, Kansas City Split Pair KANSAS CITY (AP) - Sam McDowell pitched a one-hitter as Cleveland trounced Kansas City 8-1 in the opener of a dou bleheader Tuesday night, but Kansas City came back for a 3-2 victory in the nightcap on Ed Charles' run-scoring single in the 11th inning. Dick Green, who got the only hit off McDowell in the first game, started tne lltn witn a single. He was sacrificed to sec ond and, after an intentional walk to Wayne Causey, raced home as Charles singled to center field. The Indians took a 2-1 lead in the top of the 10th in Chico Sal mon's two-out, run-scoring sin ele. but Bill Bryan tied it with a homer in the Athletics' half of the inning. Green's hit in the opener was a clean leadoff single to short center in the fourth inning. McDowell, now 14-10, shut out the Athletics until the eighth when two walks and Pedro Gon zalez' throwing error brought in a run. The young left-hander struck out 11, increasing his American League-leading total to 261. Leon Wagner paced a 13-hit attack with a homer, a double and two singles. McDowell added two singles and drove in a run. Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. 10 57 57 58 5 67 71 75 83 83 .627 .571 .558 .557 .553 .496 .459 .436 .381 .362 Behind rt 10 17"i ?2" 251.1 33 35 NATIONAL LEAGUE won Lost Pel. Behind 57 57 58 58 62 63 67 72 75 90 Minnesota 84 Chicaqo 76 Baltimore 72 Cleveland 73 Detroit 73 New York 66 Los Angeles .... 61 Washington 58 Boston 51 Kansas City .... 47 Lot Angeles .... 75 San Francisco .. 72 Cincinnati 72 Milwaukee 72 Pittsburgh 71 Philadelphia .... 68 St. Louis 66 Chicago 63 Houston 57 New York 43 .568 .558 .554 .554 .534 .519 .496 .467 .432 .323 1' 9 5 4"i 6"2 9''j 13'- IB 32' Results AMERICAN LEAGUE Twilight Gam I Baltimore 4-7, Chicago 0-2, twi-night CLEVELAND KANSAS CITY I Boston 4-8, Washington 0 5, 2nd game 10 abrhbl ab r h bi Innings, twi-night Davallllo cf 50 10Green 2b 40 10! Cleveland 8-2, Kansas City 1-3, Jnd L Gonzalez 2b 5 1 2 1 Causey ss 3 0 0 Olsame 11 Innings, twi-niant naunci IT J I m 4 lOMUI IT J u V U Salmon If 0 0 0 0 Charles 3b 4 0 0 0 Colavito rf 4 0 0 1 Har'lson lb 3 0 0 0 Whitfield lb 5 0 0 1 H'berger rf 3 0 0 0 Brown ss 4 2 2 0 Reynolds If Alvis 3b 3 111 Blanch'd c 10 0 0 Roof c 2 111 L'ch'm'n c 2 0 0 0 M'Dow'll p 4 2 2 1 Hunter p 10 0 0 Tart'bull ph 10 0 0 , . Loc'w'd ph 0 0 0 0 IOTll 3 13 8 Totals 27 1 1 0 Cleveland 000 011 024 Kansas City 000 000 0101 Athletics, the St. Louis Globe-Democrat reported Wednesday. It was announced earlier this week that Dark was becoming an administrative assistant to Charles O. Finley, the A's own er. "Since Broglio is in Cub manager Lou Klein's doghouse. Dark is eager to take him off the Bruins bands," the newspaper said. i a 1-6 record and a 6.75 earned run average. "I don't know what they (Chicago management) have in mind for me," Broglio told the NCAA Tourney All Sold Out COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) The University of Maryland said Tuesday that all available Globe-Democrat, "but it's been tickets for the NCAA basketball a wasted year for me." tournament semifinals and fi- The newspaper said other Chi- nals were sold by noon Tuesday, cago players "likely" to go to; The NCAA started accepting Kansas City include infielderjmail orders only Monday for the Joe Amalfitano and pitcher Bob games March 18 and 19 at the Buhl (13-9). 'Maryland Field House. E Gonzalez. DP Kansas City 1. LOB Cleveland 6, Kansas City 4. 2B Brown 2, Wagner. HR Wagner (24). SB Davalillo. S Causey, Roof. R ER BB SO 1 0 4 11 2 2 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 10 4 4 10 0 0 0 0 IP H M'Dow'll W, 14-10 9 1 Hunter L, 5-5 .... 5 Dickson 1-3 3 Aker 2-3 0 Mossl 1-3 5 Stock 2-3 0 Detroit 7. Minnesota 6. night Los Angeles 1, New York 0, night NATIONAL LEAGUE San Francisco 2-0. Philadelphia 1-2. 1st 2 1 0 0 gflme 11 innings, 2 twl-niflhf St. Louis 3, Chicago O Houston 4-3, New York 3-2, twi-night Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, night, postponed, rain Milwaukee 5, Cincinnati S, twilight; 2nd game postponed, rain Games Today AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago (John 11-6) at Baltimore (Mc-Nally 7-61, night Boston (Lonboro 9-15) at Washington (Kreutzer 1-3), night Detroit (Wickersham 7-11) at Minnesota (Perry 8-5), night Cleveland (Terry 11-4) at Kansas City (O'Donoghue 7-17), night New york (Stottlemyre 16-8) at Los Angeles (Sanford 5-6), night NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis (Stallard 8-6) at Chicago (Jackson 12-16) Houston (Farrsll 9-9 and Coombs 0-1) at New York (Gardner 0-0 and Jackson t-17), 2 Milwaukee (Blasingame 15-9 and Detroit Topples Minnesota, 7 to 6 MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL (AP) Bill Froehan's two-out home run in the ninth inning brought in two unearned runs and gave Detroit a 7-6 victory over Minnesota Tuesday night. HBP By Hunter, Roof. T 2:21. Nltht Game CLEVELAND KANSAS CITY ab r h bi ab r h bi Davalillo cf 5 12 0 Green 2b 4 110 Gonzalez 2b 4 0 0 0 Tartab'l If 4 0 0 0 Wagner If 3 0 0 0 Causey ss 4 0 1 0 j Lemaster 6-10) at Cincinnati (Ellis 16-8 Salmon If 1)11 Charles 3b 5 1 2 1 and Arrigo 2-1 or Tsitouris 6-9 4-8), 2, twl- luiavuo rr j u i u Lanois ct i u u u night, nowser io i gun Kosario id j o d i Whitfield lb 5 0 1 0 Bryan c 4 111 Brown ss 3 0 0 1 H'berger rf 4 0 1 0 Alvis 3b 4 0 10 Talbot p 3 0 0 0 Sims c 4 0 2 0 Har'lson ph 10 0 0 Roof c 10 0 0 Siebert p 2 0 0 0 Luplow ph 10 0 0 Hinton rf 10 0 0 Totals 18 2 t 2 Totals 24 3 ( 3 One out when winning run (cored. Cleveland 000 000 001 10 2 Kansas City 000 100 OO0 11 3 E Green, Siebert. DP Kansas City 1. LOB Cleveland 9, Kansas City 6. HR Bryan (11). 5B uavamio, sal mon, s Lanois. oonzaiez. Drown, ana- bull. SF Rosario, Brown. IP M Siebert 7 2 McMahon 2 1 T'fen'uer U 1-2 .. 1 1-3 3 Talbot 8 3 Wvatt 2 4 Dickson W. 3-2 ... 1 1 Tlabot faced 2 men in Tth. Los Anaeles (Koufax 21-6 and Drvcdale 18-11) at Pittsburgh (Sisk 5-2 and Law 15- ), 2, day-night San Francisco (Marlchal 19-9) at Philadelphia (Short 14-9), night Games Tomorrow AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland at Kansas City. New York at Los Angeles. Chicago at Baltimore (twilight), Detroit at Minnesota (twilight). Boston at Washington (night. NATIONAL LEAGUE Houston at New York. San Francisco at Philadelphia. St. Louis at Chicago. Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (night). Milwaukee at Cincinnati (night). Despite the loss, the Twins increased their American League lead to 7V4 games as a result of second-place Chicago's double loss to Baltimore. Don Mincher, who drove in three Twins' runs with a triple and a single, helped the Tigers in the ninth by bobbling Norm Cash's leadoff grounder. Bill Nelson retired the next two batters, but Freehan clouted his ninth homer into the left field pavilion. Bob Allison gave Minnesota a 6-5 lead in the seventh with his 21st homer. Allison also drove in runs with single in the first and a sacrifice fly in the fifth. Mincher singled across a run in the first and tripled in a pair in the fifth. DETROIT MINNESOTA ab r h bi ab r h bi Wood 3b 3 0 10 V'nsalles ss 4 2 3 0 Sm th 3b 2 0 0 0 Nossek a i u o Lump 2b 5 14 1 Rollins 3b Northrup rf 4 1 0 0 Baftey c Cash lb S 2 1 3 Quillet pr Horton 5 110 Allison If Wert 5 0 10 Mincher lb Freehan e 5 14 3 Kosco rf Thomas ef 3 110 Oliva rf Lolich p 2 0 0 0 Klippst'n p Ovler ph 0 0 0 0 Kindall 2b Sullivan ph 0 0 0 0 Grant p Brown pr 0 0 0 0 V'ld'plno rf Niz'witi p 1000 Totals 40 7 13 7 Totals 37 1 11 Omaha Defeats Arlington In Legion Baseball 5 12 0 5 0 11 0 0 0 0 4 12 3 4 0 2 2 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 ABERDEEN. S.D. Ken Fila hurled a two-hit 1-0 shutout Tuesday night as Oma ha, Neb., defeated Arlington Heights, 111. in first day action of the American Legion Little World Series. Fila gave up only two singles and struck out 11, locking up in a duel with Tom Lundgren, who struck out 13 and yielded three hits to the winners. Lundgren's lapses led to his downfall. With two out in the sixth, he walked Bill Myers, wild-pitched him to second, then gave up a run-scoring single to Frank Stanek. In the afternoon game, Ontar io, Calif., downed Lyndhurst, N.J., 8-3. Rich Somers and Ron Shotts homered for the winners Hague, CICL Leading Hitter, Signs Contract ST. LOUIS (UPI) - The St. Louis Cardinals todav an nounced tte signing of Joe Hague Jr., a first baseman from EI Paso, Tex., and Ditcher Edward Leroy Davis, Shawnee, Hague, 21, a lefthanded hit ter, is 6 feet and weighs 190 pounds. A senior at the University of Texas this fall, he led the Central Illinois College League this summer with 12 home runs, 39 RBIs and a batting average of .362. Hague played for Galesburg. He was signed to a 1966 Tulsa contract by Redbird scout Fred McAlis-ter. Davis. 18. was erarhiatprl (AP) ifrom high school in Shawnee in. 1 1 (Alt n.trnlf 010 031 002- Minnesota 200 030 100-6 E-Mincher 2. Battey. DP-Detroit 1. LOB Detroit 11, Minnesota 9. 2B Versalles 3, Kosco. HR Cash (20), Allison (21) Freehan (9). SB Freehan. SF Allison. June. The 6-foot. 175-Dounder pitches righthanded. He was signed by scout Freddie Hawn to a 1966 Cedar Rapids contract. Howard College Gridder Dies BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -A freshman football player at Howard College died Tuesday night in a Birmingham Hosnital hours after collapsing at the end ot a practice session. James D. Hyde, a first-vear ministerial student, died within four hours after he was hosDi- talized. Howard College Athletic Director James Sharman said U.A 41 r w - and Larry Marschant doubled taltV , 11 1 Zm tl a pair. For Lyndhurst, a three-! rW-H- Hyde of Attala, Ala., run rally in the third featured 00 ? IULR1C ,,,u a I,un- Thp wnrlH rhnmninn St I.nnis Boswell . r ' Stigman IP H Lolich 4 7 Pena 1 Fox t 1 Nis'witz W. 1-0 ... 1 1 Gladding 1 1 Grant 4 1-3 t R ER BB SO I 1 0 1 8! 0 0 0 1, 4 1 1 1 1125 Cardinals had two five - game Kiippstein".'.'.'.'.'..'. 21-32 1 1 0 3 , . . . . E. . iPleis 0 1 e 0 1 0 losing sireans in law. ineiriNeison l. (m . ... n-3 1 2 3 0 1-3 I ER BB SO 5 2 4 HBP By Siebert, Green. WP Talbot, T-J 07. A-3.970. best winning streak was eight games. Lolich faced 3 men In 5th; Pleis faced 1 man in 8th. ' doubles by Tom DiMaggio, Mike Marrone and Jim Larusso and a single by Pete Falso. Pistons Sign Pair DETROIT (AP) The De- 5 troit Pistons announced Tues-iThoren, 22, former University of I day that veteran forwards Ray Illinois basketball player, ar-i ; Scott and Jackie Moreland have : rived Tuesday to join Simmen-V signed contracts for the 1965-66 thai of Milan, which has hired scholarship player. Th oren Arrives In Milan, Italy MILAN, Italy (AP) - Skip T 3 30. A-22.S42. National Basketball Association him for the coming Italian sea- season, ison. Training starts next week.
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