Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 12, 1963 · Page 39
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 39

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 12, 1963
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTY-NINE PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Los Angeles (Miller 9-8) at Pittsburgh (Friend 16-14) (N) Chicago (Jackson 14-14) at St. Louis (Broglio 15-8) San Francisco (Marichal 21-8) at New York (Stallard 6-14) (N) Houston (Brown 5-10) at Philadelphia (Gulp 12-11) (N) Only games American League New York (Downing 12-4) at Kansas City (Drabowsky 6-11) Boston (Morehead 9-11) at Los Angeles (D. Lee 7-10) Cleveland (Ramos 8-7) at Minnesota (Stigman 14-14) Only games BASEBALL HEROES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING — Mickey Mantle, Yankees, drove in four runs with a homer, double and single in 8-2 triumph over Kansas City that moved New York another step closer to fourth straight American League pennant. PITCHING — Ray Sadecki and Ron Taylor, Cardinals, combined for five-hit effort in 4-0 victory over Chicago Cubs, posting St. Louis' third straight shutout and 14th triumph in 15 games. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LIMA, Peru — Robert Davila, 201, Peru, knocked out Herb Siler, 204, Miami, Fla., 10. TRENTON, N.J.-Mel Collins, 156, Trenton, N.J., outpointed Lenny Campbell, 152%, Newark, N.J., 8. Yale has beaten Connecticut in all 14 football meetings. Notre Dame's Line Will Average 230 (Another In a series on 1963 Big Ten and Notre Dame prospects bp Jerry Liska. Midwest AP snorts e<Mtor, maldng his ninth annuai ca»ip tour)' Notre Dame By JERRY LISKA Associated Press Snorts Writer SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Shure, It wont' be size Notre Dame's Fighting Irish will be lacking this 1963 football season- not with a line averaging close to 230 pounds and only the questionable quarterback spot with a start under 200 in the No. 1 lineup. Coach Hugh Devore, presumably an interm replacement for Joe Kuharich who resigned after a four-season mark of 17-23, has hitched all this heft to a pro-type flanker offense. It may zoom the Irish back their once great grid heights. Much will depend upon whether Denis Szot, who played 45 minutes behind graduated Daryl Lamonica last season, or John Huarte, who played five minutes, wins out at quarterback. Both are juniors, Szot weighing 185 and Huarte ISO. Comments Devore, a Notre Dame product who quietly assisted, off and on since 1943, under the Irish regimes of Frank Leahy, Terry Brennan and Kuharich: 'Szot, I think, is a kid who can control the offense. But Huarte is probably one of the most accurate passers I've ever seen come tiere." It should be significant, though, that Dvore also regards as one of the strongest Irish assets a passing combi nation involving Huarte and end Jim Kelly, whose 41 receptions last season set an Irish pass-catching record. Along with Kelly's 215 pounds, the listed weights of other potential starting linemen include: Tom Goberville at the other end, 203; at the tackles, Mike Webster 258 and Dick Arrington 230; at the guards, Capt. Bob Lehmann, 215, and George Bednar, 250; and at center, Jim Carroll, 230. The top fullback is a 220-pound sophomore, Pete Duranko, from Johnstown, Pa. No. 1 halfbacks are Joe Carroll, 210, and Jack Snow, 220. The Irish actually have a seasoned quarterback, Frank Budka, who played 205 minutes last season—but as a defensive specialist, in which role he continues this year as a wild card substitute for Szot or Huarte. As a soph two years ago, Budka completed 40 of 95 passes for 636 yards and three touchdowns which indicates he can do more than tackle. The Irish open a 10-game schedule here Sept. 28 against Big Ten champion Wisconsin and then successively meet Purdue. California, UCLA, Stanford, Navy, Pittsburgh, Michigan State, Iowa and Syracuse. The most painful blow to the Irish since they finished last season with a 5-5 record, was the auto mishap that banged up halfback Don Hogan, leading tround- gainer in 1962 as a brilliant soph. Barely escaping with his life Christmas day, Hogan laboriously and amazingly worked himself whole again. But Devore said: "Because of Hogan's intense desire to play, I hesitate to say he won't be able to do it this fall. But I still think he is in a period Amateur Champ Eliminated by Ohio Golfer DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-Sbc- teen golfers went into the first of two 18-hole rounds in the U.S. Amateur Golf championship tod'ay, but absent from the group was the defending champion, Labron Harris Jr. Harris was eliminated Wednesday by Walter Stahl of Cleveland, 2 and 1. Billy Joe Patton, another veteran of amateur international golf, was knocked out of contention by Bob Greenwood of North Texas State. In today's fifth round over the 6,896-yard par 72 Wakonda Club Course, Bill Campbell, 40, of Huntington, W. Va., meets John Owens, 36, of Lexington, Ky. It is Campbell's 20th time in the National Amateur. John Lotz, 22, of San Jose State meets George Archer, 23, the Gilroy, Calif., cowpoke; Dr. Phillip Olson of Minneapolis plays Steve Spray, 22, of Indianola, Iowa; 1960 king Deane Beman goes against Barry Meerdink, 23, of Muscatine, Iowa; Stahl againsi Southern California U.'s Davie Stockton; Ed Tutwiler of Charleston, W. Va., against NCAA champ Dick Sikes of Arkansas! two-time winner Charlie Coe against Texas U.'s Jimmy Thompson; and Ross Mitchell of Lubbock, Tex., against Dick Guardiola of Cleveland. NEW YORK (AP)—The record woks will say the New York Yankees won the 1963 American jeague pennant in mid-September but manager Ralph Houk and his >layers know better. The championship was won one June afternoon shortly after the crippling injury to Mickey Manle that sidelined the Yankee club eader for most of the remainder of the season. The club was then in third place. The next day Houk called a meeting. A member of the Yan- tee family revealed what took place at this closed door session. "This scared talk has got to stop," Houk was quoted as say ng. "I am as concerned about Mantle's injury as much as any of you but I say we're strong enough to win without him. "No one appreciates more than ! do what Mickey means to us )Ut this is not a one-man team. Every one of you is a vital part of this club. Mick's absence mere- Hardin-Simmons University may be in Abilene, Texas, but 20 of the 38 members of its 1963 football squad are non-Texans. Eight are from Florida. of rehabilitation and I wouldn't think of starting him in a game like Wisconsin." Give your spare a this Fall New U.S. Royal tires are engineered to keep your spare in the trunk LOWEST PRICE NYLON TIRE WITH CVC U. S. Royal FREE MOUNTING... INSTANT CREDIT... 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