Springfield News-Sun from Springfield, Ohio on November 21, 1958 · 21
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tffclNMVi w K' Pularioirs (Sordon Lanrsonn Is Coach Of Year ' 1 - r Gibsonburg's Redding Selected In Class A For Third COLUMBUS a Nov ILIAD— Gordon Larson of Marlon Harding’s Presidents is Ohio' ClasJ AA high achool football coach of the year And in Class A the top mentor is Herb Redding of Gibson burg High in Sandusky County The two standouts won their laurels today in the Associated Press statewide vote In which some 300 ’ coaches 100 sports writers and 75 officials participated Larson 34-yeirold graduate of Kent State led his team to nine straight victories and second place in the "top 10" ratings Redding who helped coach the Northern All-Stars to a 26-13 win over the Rebels in 1955 at Mansfield piloted Gibsooburg to 7-1-1 record and the championship of the Sandusky Bay Conference Gibsonburg is the smallest school in - the circuit Redding 32 Is a graduate of Tebbetts Says Braves Need Bench Strength MILWAUKEE Nov 2L— (AP) —Birdie Tebbetts executive vice president of the Milwaukee Braves says the club’s first concern will be to strengthen its bench "Well worry about second base when we have to” he said “We don’t think there is any need to do anything about second and even If there were we’re w n desperate straits with (Felix) Mantilla’' Tebbetts who-Joined the Braves' executive family last month made the remarks last night in answer to queries about Second Baseman Red Schoen-dienst now undergoing treatment in St Louis tor tubercu- He- was asked whether he and General Manager John Quinn thought that Mel Roach 25-year-old infielder who tore ligaments in his knee last AugusVwould be an able replacement tor me Redhead if Sctyoendtenst does not make a comeback - "From what X hear from John and Fted (Manager Haney)’’ the former Cincinnati Redtegs manager said "Roach can do the job I don’t think we have to improve the club except for the bench We’d be perfectly satisfied to go with either Roach or Mantilla" ‘ Tebbetta said ha would prefer to wait until spring training to make a concrete decision about second ' ' "With the wonder drugs ana the greet advancements made in medicine" he said ‘‘we’ll wait and aee about Red You can t count him out yet We also have to see about Roach a knee He said he ' and Quinn had talked about the needto pinch hitting atrength "That could mean an outfielder" he said -----Then turning to ahortatop and with rumors that disapptfng John- and ny Logan may be traded Tebbetts asserted: “It’s pretty hard to give up on a guy that you won with Every- moot body's been singling out Logan and 1 as trade bait He’s Just U trade- wtth able as anybody on the ball club But right at the mome nt I don’t know where you can find a better man I’d say the possibility of trading Logan is re- "17 name of Roy McMillan Tebbetts’ shortstop at Cincinnati came up as a jrsde possibniW Birdie indicated that he didn’t think the Braves sd MW could get together on McMillan adding: "McMillan la an Improvement ever any ahortatop in the world from a defensive standpoint but deans X don’t think he’a reached the stature of Logan as an all-round hall player His hitting hurts W"" COLLEGE SAKKKTBAIJ CRT nirtsws Tww iritam 43 Grand IS-vnkttn T Wllmtnstnn 10) 81 rimen SIX Marian M )ytnr 14- Concordia (lnd) SI t TONY'S ‘ i RADIATOR WORKS ! ONE-DAY RADIATOR i SERVICE xo Appointment Necessary IN Crater ' FAW575 Bowling Green State University larson tour years after transferring from Akron South turned the Marion team Into a statewide power His first year after Inheriting little talent he won three lost six The next year it was 6-2-1 last year 74-1 and this time the Jackpot In ten year of coaching Larson has compiled a 50-293 mark with a 25-9-2 at Markin i Redding in seven years at Gibsonburg has a 41-204 record He was at Lorain St Marys two years before his current berth Mel Knowlton of Alliance's state champions finished next to Larson in 1 the Doubte-A race with Lowell Storm of Springfield Public and Joe Carlo of Newark tied for third Joe Michael of Fredericktown and John Riley of Magadare deadlocked tor secern behind Redding In a sZhtiment-findlnt ballot which has no bearing- on the actual (elections to be made by the coaches’ association early in December Lamm was the favorite of the voters to coach the Northern All-Stars at Canton next August white Carlo was a runaway choice to handle the Rehela ' Knowlton 1954 coach of the year and head mentor of the Yankees in the 1955 North-South fray again was runnerup to Larson in the allstar race while Storm was second in the South followed by Dave Puddington of Dayton Fairmont -Well up in the Class AA coach of the year voting were Bob Brugge of Parma Bran Bacevich ' Cincinnati Roger Bacon Fred George of Cleveland Cathedral Latin Bill Barton of Elyria Leo Strang of Massillon Howard Baughman of Portsmouth Joe Cbphraiv of New Cbncord at Gil Smith of Van Wert In Class A the leaders Included Gerald Graham of Marlington Carl Benhase of Beme-Unkm Charles Becea’of Brilliant Red Nugent of Danville Lea Grace of the Maumee Valley Day School Forest Sharrock of Columbus Rosary Pat Maneuso of Leetonia and Gene Remeimr of Bridgeport Larson succeeds Warren Hard-ng’a Gene Slaughter as Class ' coach of the year Redding is first to be selected (torn among the smaller Class A schools 1 Lewis Coiners Shivers Tie For Loop Lead Lewis Owners surprised St Parts Furniture 49-47 in an Open League cage game at Schaefer Junior High Thursday night In other games Striven defeated Dean's Delivery 51-44 KUglers TV rolled over K : C by a 67-35 margin As a result of their triumphs Striven and Lewis Com era are deadlocked for the league lead 2-0 records white St Paris Kuglers are 1-1 Dean's Delivery and K of C have failed to record a win Lewis Comers ted throughout of the ball game with Cohill Huffman pacing the winners 13 and 12 points respectively Bffi Kennon of St Paris led aU scorers with 17 points white Williams of Kuglers had 16 and Hutchinson of Striven 15 The reuIt!: - orpu SSI S SM 114 SIT 4 1 X S 4 Mrtma (ID GSPla ' M Ward rid IS S 1 1 S SM S 4 4 4 S HtecMaaa S S IS 111 LWUflald 1 J j Total ”fM Trial MS 44 BTRIVEM I J J DELIVERY IS M I k 41 OHIctela: Rarkhoid and TdmM K at C SOI fl MW" TV GFPt Sriiltrtar 1 S I In 9 11 Gnibha 3 S S Brill S 111 Waterman SIT (Uteri It! 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Wllllami S SM Total HISS - Tjtal 3SU47 OP c stir J it 4 2 KUGLERS TV Jf U11 Offtriala: Dunlap and RnrijtaM I ruta PanUtDl Lada l CFPta Grm 1ST Radi 1 S S t 111 Huffman - S IB SIS Paal - - ''it -1 S 1 Aril 4 11 S 11T Winter : S I t 111 CoMII I l a) T 4T Trial M 11 48 :nr PARIS PURNL 11 1 JJ LEWIS CORNERS eeeea 14 M U Huffman j Kanmai 'sa SHOP TONIGHT ) ta REGULAR MM DON RICHARDS SUITS ' 5900 3 - P M CXargo It During Our Early Banta Sal a VDB0JE iTWOlP ' Tom Scrivner left sports chairman of the Junior Chamber of Commerce presents fU mosf valuable player award to Springfield High's Walt Sanford as Wildcat Coach Lowell Storm loolcs on The award was made Thursday night at the appreciation dinner' honoring the Vild-cats at the high school cafeteria - - Pro Gridders Threaten Extreme Action If Deals With Owners Don't Improve GREEN BAY Wis NoV 21— (AP)— Billy Hbwton president of the National Football League Players Association said yesterday the players will have to resort to extreme measures unless negotiations with club owners and league officiate improve Ifowton an end tor the Green Bay Packers did not say to what length the players would go He said negotiations concern a bubblegum contract an Injury case proposed hospitalization plan Bowling Results R Knorr fired two series over 600 Thursday night with his high total of 646 leading all Spring-field keglers Bowling in the Acme League’s first division Knorr came through with a 600 and came back in the second division to fashion his high aeries which included a 243 game Other keglers in the Acme loop to finish over 600 were J Mason 613 J Milter 606 T Mansfield 622 1L Johnson 621 and J Schiappacasse 627 P lias rolling in the Big Ten League at Shamrock had the second highest score a 640 with a 224 game L Lippencott fired a 611 in the Park Liuie League while B Shay hit 607 in the Driveaway and R Maine 616 in the Variety at Legends Lanes K Shank had a 532 in the Victory League to pace the women1 keglers M Spahr had a 503 in the Victory and B Freet turned in a 502 in the Ohio Bell League at Shamrock - MKN LAGONIIA I AX KB Jirivaaway K Hutctan Z3-4T1: a Shay 314-m Variriy R Main M4-414 C BlrW W-38 M O'Nral JO-MI E Amlrnu -Hi: u Gair nr-aw & rm " Bcmtr JU— MI nlu LDI 3 Obar J00— Ml H Xiahitr Ml— MS L LlpmunU 2J4— 111 L Mam XW-SM R Hickmaa JU-4M A Millar 180-47 Pate Law Laacua G KKflta 314—441 i MafltaU MORS: E Xuraawald 31S-MK GENUINE BRUSHAW (BLUE SOY) POCAHONTAS ' Use Oar Coavenlent' Badgot Plan - COAL and SUPPLY CO We Give S&H Green Stomps 120 SHERMAN AVE FA 3-8423 3 Haste JW-Kih cHuffman JW-srf & Blaacte JU1-4H R Tlnctar 3H-4H SHAMROCK ALLEYS SI Sis Laacua 3 Hafmf 3M-84L WHO Laawau JL Rica 80-4SL BW Tr Lruam C Bohn 308-SU E Slndlc JW-SN: 3 Ullbnan ID— SM W Bliunanadieta 314— ISO P Lite 334— Stel Anna lauaua U Clay Ml— 443 J Maarnt 310-S1I R Luwhnm 101-411 T CMUna 311-444 R Foater 444-MT J BarMcU WMU V Hna JOT-447: C Hairy 321-M: J Roam 110-4M D Powrn sn-44i: L Urt'M r4-CM R Knorr 3LT-40 C Bril Ml— 24 J Millrr 123-4M J Myci 104-441 H Jolmaua 304-48T Ann Item KteM V Rn M4-4n & McCahr M4-M0 Lawtmrn 331— 4T3: T MwwrirM J40— 13 W Powell 304-410 F Collin 300- 9M J Sridanaeaaa 341-431 C GIm 330-444 J BarMcU MO-MI: W Stave-ann 310-4M F Buahu M0-4U A Hertiy 234-MO ft Pnwcn J14— Wf R Knar 44-441 L Meek 314-4M H Lurlm 304-080 H Jaknaai 327— 2L WOMEN ' SHAMMNK AIJEYS Vlrtaiy Imim G RobMril 184—47 K think I tens V Short 184—440 IL Dca Com lie 174— 4H L Sherman m-4T0 O Lnrton 174—471 N Kientr 184—451 M Hoyt lb4— 4M M Spahr W-403 VnMr Lnuiu M Rlrtantam 1TO-433 3 War 14-441 P Smith 18447 (Nil Bril a Fnct 177— Su2 E MHtertuilatr 174- im 1AOONIM LANK M MaqrV AJk XX Morrla 174-4 41 M ManrM PM X Realty 1TS-4U V Slubh 1M-4M ft Hunt 133-444 H Leeen 104-421 Calhoun And Jones In Video Match NEW YORK Nov 21-(AP)-One thing about Rory Calhoun the muscular music lover He always Is eligible for the "fighter of the month" race Rory will be making his 10th appearance of the year tonight when he takes i on old' reliable Ralph "Tiger" Jones at Madison Square Garden Calhoun missed out in July and September but he made up for that by doubling up with two fighs in August Except for the fact that he hat been making money this has not been one of Calhoun’s better years The fellow in the other corner came with your TV set This will be Jones' 34th television appearance Only Jack Paar does better and pre-season exhibition game money "As president of the Players Association I say if we do not have some definite results from the next December meeting regarding these matters we will have no alternative but to resort to extreme measures" Howton said in a verbal statement "I think they’ve (the players) done very well" Commissioner Bert M BeH said in Philadelphia “After all Rome wasn't built In a day" Hbwton said the association has tried to conduct the negotiations in a businesslike manner but without results "We’ve gotten a lot of conversation from the commissioner’s office (Bert Bell) who has no authority to act or decide on these matters" Howton said Hbwton added that the players are seeking the formation of a playere-owners committee with three owners on the committee having the authority to act for other league members 'It’s Just about impossible' to accomplish anything with 12 owners at a time" Howton said “and that is why we believe three owners should be named to the committee” "Mr Hbwton can like to have any kind of committee he wants but the constitution says he has to meet with the commissioner" Bell said Hbwton said that In February of 1957 Bell and three club owners promised the players a bubblegum contract but that since that time Bell’s office has continually interfered when the players attempted to take it over The contract Involved the use of players’ pictures on cards packaged with bubblegum The injury case involves Jim Ladd Howton said who lost J4 000 of his contract money and had to pay for an operation to remove a piece of cartilage from his knee resulting from a game played for the Chicago Cardinals Howton said the team violated the injury clause contract between the owners and the association by not paying the bill Howton said he presented the facta to Bell early in 1958 and nothing has been done Hbwton also said the association was concerned over the Washington Redskins’ failure to follow an agreement providing every player "350 tor each pre-season game over and above his contract" Hospitalization plans and other benefit proposals have been up in the air since last spring Howton said with nothing settled "We’ve agreed to cancel the bubblegum contract” Bell said 'and we Mid the players oould have it We haven't been able to get a cancellation agreement “As for Ladd that's a matter between the player and the club The player has a perfect right to go to court It's up to the player He hasn’t presented anything to me” Bell added Bell also said that he talked to the Redskins when he was informed of the pre-game payments He Mid that if the player demands the money he can get it "With aU the players present asked (Coach Joe) Kuharich about it” Bell Mid ’Tie said ail the players had agreed to their present salary system And there was not one player that spoke up” Rose Is Named Co-Captain 0£ Wildcat Team Walt Sanford and BobRoce received top honors Thursday night st the Springfield High annual appreciation football hinquet in the school’s cafeteria Sanford wu named the most valuable player and was alio named honorary capUin along with Rose The event wu sponowd by the Adult Wildcat Baxters Gub and the Springfield High Atliletie Assocation and it attracted approximately 250 fans with members of the Wildcat grid squad guests of honor Principal speaker wa Dr Wil-Uam Schwarberg astiitanE athletic director at the Univnity of Cincinnati Dr Schwarberg was on the Bearcat coachlns staff when Lowell Storm Springfield football coach was piiylns for Cincinnati Sanford who was a standout guard for the Wildcats received the moat valuable playir txvphy from Tom Scrivner iporta chairman of the Junior Chamber of Commerce Others appearing on the program were P G Gunned superintendent of schools C L Fox lenior high principal Fred G Rolfea athletic director: Sophomore Coach Bill Stewart Qrxi Country Cbach Charles Beard and the Rev Lawrence Hugh of the First Lutheran Church The coaches were presented gifte by the footbaU (quad and the game ball of the Mansfield clash which the Wildcats won 596 wu presented to Ibx OBf Jets And Graham Local Nab League Victories Olive Branch Northeastern and Graham Local scored victories Thursday In the Mad River Valley League Junior High Basketball League Olive Branch whipped Meehan-icstaurg 35-11 Northeastern defeated Rockway 28-19 while Graham Local was forced into t double overtime before shading Reid 33-31 Nertkeaalani (33) Kata nu GrM CSFm MM M Road a I J J Bnntar s I I Iprimr 111 HaiMHrit Mil rite 4 a Morrln X I I Vanatta 1 a 3 Sharp Oil Bkmkmahlp S I I Trial 14 4 B Tfriak TIM SORTH EASTERN 1 1SSS ROCKWAY 4 7 U M Nrrhaaieafear (II) (Hina laarh ON GrPla UFPU 1 1 Hamhait 3 11 0 4 HrynriA 14 1 S a Miimv XII 10 3 Happri 3 14 10 3 Shillrr s 1 I 0 Sludrhater Mil Hnaalrr 3 14 1 11 TMak Jill MECHANICSBl’RG I 7 111 OLIVE BRANCH aoaasooeeosse 113 MB Raima: Thsmpaoa and R lube Flanagan Beats Turner Wants Bout' For Title ST PAUL Minn Nov 2L— (API— lrihman Del Flanagan’s 19-round demolition of Gil Turner put the 29-ycar-old welterweight within apparent grasp today of a long-coveted title shot "The IBC (International Boxing Club) promised me that if I beat Tumor decisively I’d get a title fight” Flanagan Mid after his crushing victory over Turner “I’ve done everything they’ve asked I don’t see how they can overtook me now'1 - To help the view St Paul Promoter Jack Raleigh offered Welterweight Champ VirgU Akins a $50000 guarantee to put his title an the line against Flanagan during the winter carnival festival here In January Akins manager Bemie Glickman— who saw last night's fight here— said he would consider it But Akins is occupied at the moment worrying about Don Jordan his opponent in a championship match next month Flanagan put in a thunderous claim to a title bout with his victory over Turner the 28-yenr-old Philadelphian who twice before had beaten him Flanagan clubbed him ipcared him with jabs outfooted him and demoralized him The victory wm such a landslide that Judge Johnny Deotis scored it 10981 giving Flanagan a 10-8 margin in each round but one Referee Johnny Stanton had it 10063 and Judge Jimmy Perrault scored It 10087 'lie wm a fine boxer" Mid Turner "He threw out those combinations and Jaba and I couldn't do much about stopping them If he keeps away from Akins X think he could beat him" Flanagan now the sixth ranked welter already has He won a norv-title bout with Akins two months ago almost as decisively he whipped Turner lut night" - Ed MacAuley Is New Coach Of Pro Hawks ST LOUIS Nov 21— (AP)— Easy Ed MacAuley might have a tough time living up to his name now that he is the new coach of the St Louis Hawks He's working for fiery Ben Kemer who has disposed of two coaches in tera than a year white each had the team in first place MacAuley former St Louis University All-America and a nineyear veteran of the National Basketball Association wm named by Kemer after the owner fired Andy XTiiUip from the coaching Job The 39-year-old MacAuley said he hopes to broome a bench coach although he will remain in uniform until the cut-down date Dec 15 He plana no big shakeup of the Hawks Under Phillip who had been in charge of the club tar only 10 games the Hawks were leading the NBA's Western Division with six victories and four defeats Jets Get Awards Hess Is Selected As Most Valuable Northeastern named Billy lieu as the most valuable player and selected Gary Wolcott as honorary captain in an assembly honoring the Mad River Valley League champions st the high school Awards also were presented to other members of the football squad aa follows: THian-YEAK AWAHIM Bifljr Hna Kay Knhort MKUOKILV UK A W ARM Oantaa CapUnyrr Dav Hawfcina CM Hmatay Manna Near Sian Ktmyno lack Italia Cary WriralL Bary XefM FIRST-YEAR AWARD Jin Hay Robert Lac Jarir Sham Job Sllvar Jany Rmailiey Jim Walla KITMKRAUI Charlea Allan RinaU Rnamaa Jim Uataa Rruca Lamm Bob MarUmwa Jerry Rldder Jim KMdar Uaa Runyan Chartea Smith Gary Mewnamv Darrell Toofcrr Lennerd Ehy Sieve Henry Paul Hwhe Dm Rntierl Len Stewart Jaek St imp Mike Tanner Danny Mundy metal PauM MANAGER Laater Prlerman Kred McDnnlel Slava MoCarley Lowell Donabm Springfield (O) DAILY NEWS Friday November 2L 1368-21 Aussie Net Star Turns Pro Accuses Hopman Of Starting Air Troubles SYDNEY Australia Nov 21-(AP)— Mervyn Rose Australia’s newset tennis professional today bitterly accused Auraie Davis Clip Captain Harry Hopman of starting ail his difficulties "Hopman told ttfe Lawn Tennis Association of Australia that X wm making three to four thousand pounds (about 37500) a year out of amateur tennis" Rom said "X might have Wn making that much but not out of tennis" Hopman one of the moat influential tennis figures in Australis made his charges about four months ago "Any money I made in the last 10 years has been from sporting goods firms" Rom continued Musial At 38 Sets Sights On New Goal ST LOUIS Nov 21— (AP)— Stan Musial who is 38 years old today admits that he ia Blowing down a bit but atill thinks he can play a couple of more seasons and has set his sights on another baseball milestone "I'd like to lie the first In hits in the National League" said the St Louis Cardinal star Musial has 3116 for his 16-year career and Honus Wagner holds the league record with 3430-During the past season Musial became the eighth major leaguer to reach the 3 000-hlt mark and surpassed the recently-injured Mel Ott’a record for extra bases Musial who also celebrates his 19lh wedding anniversary today expressed pleasure at Cardinal Manager Solly Hem us' plan to return him to the outfield from first base r "Left field Is a breeze compared to first bas4" Mid Stan The Man "It gives me a chance to concentrate more- on my hitting” Maintaining that two weeks la enough for him to reach top physical condition' Musial said he plana to ask permission to report two weeks late for spring training He alio win cut down on hla banquet circuit appearances to get more rest Musial Just returned with the Cardinal squad from recent exhibition trip to Japan and other points in the Orient "The Japanere were great hosts and fans and treated us royally" Musial Hid "But now I’ve got to relax” Musial conceded he won’t be able to play steadily all next season He tired badly late last season "But If X take a couple of days off each week X can play about 125 games" he Mid Musial doesn’t give the Cardinals much chance of finishing first next Mason They tied with Chicago for fifth place in a disappointing 1958 season "We don’t have the big winner the 20-game pitcher" Musial Mid "but If Wally Moon ‘can come back our long ball need win be filled We could finish as high as second— if the Old Man (Musial) can keep going too "I think I can" NAB CAGE TRIUMPHS Enon’s Eighth Grade basket-baU team defeated Clark 33-23 while Clark’s Seventh-Graders turned in a 21-9 victory Thursday afternoon at Enon "t never violated the amateur code "I have been treated piwtty harshly The Australian inter--pretation of the amateur rules la far stricter than in Europe where the players are at the gam the year round and atill remain amateurs” ’ Rom who la 28 uld he had not considered turning pro until he was suspended by the LTAA He added that he believed he was Just nearing hia tennis peak Moneymin Jack Kramer meanwhile confirmed that Rose would Join hia pro troupe and added that the lefthander would not put the finger on other amateurs over experae account Irregularities "Merv called me last night and said he’s ready to Join me" Mid Kramer "I told him OK and that he could start playing for cash in January” Kramer Mid now that Rom a top doubles player who hoped to make the Australian Davis Cup team had made up Ms mind about playing pro tennis he wouldn't go through with his threat to expose other amateurs for breaches of rules over expenses "Merv never did intend to put the finger on the other players" Mid Kramer "Just on the system which made a scapegoat of him" Kramer said his new recruit will make a minimum of 19000 pounds (333600) In the next year playing on a percentage basis Rose's decision climaxed a beetle few days during which he had threatened to do some "straight talking" about the expellees of other Australian tennis luminaries This outburst was provoked by file extension of his suspension until at least Jan 3L This extension would have kept him out of the Davis CUp challenge round and the Australian championship Rom teamed with Mai Anderson to defeat Via Seixss and Barry MarKay in the clinching matbh of the challenge round a year ago Kramer Mid that Rom will play in 10 major tournaments and in 75 exhibition matches during the next 12 months ' FLAYERS HONORED BOWLING- GREEN 0 Nov 2L — (AP) — Harold Furcron senior halfback from Wellington 0 wis named Bowling Green SUite University football team’i most valuable player Also announced - at the annuil sports banquet last night wu the election of Bob Colburn quarter tack from Dayton and Bob Zimpfer tackle from Maplewood O u co-captains-elect Zimpfer wu also selected as his team's most valuable lineman Rap Reese senior guard from - New Philadelphia O was elected honorary captain of the 1958 team which won 7 and lost two games ORDER NOW AND SAVE $$$$ GENERAL WINTER CLEATS Two New Designs Available 4 In New or Treads TEARDSHAW GENERAL TIRE Cor Spring and North Sts FA 2-1074 ' (rawaraiisitaBmw'MswiarFrta inisiiiuaiii laisna ALSCO aluminum SIDING with built-in Bak-R-Foam ‘ INSULATION Insulotosl Booutifiotl ' - Protostsl loktd tnemtl finish lasts yacrs longer ' 5 landscape colors ALSO INSULATED AND 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