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Friday, October 2, 1959
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Tigers Plan Second Unit- Knights Gear Defense Kuemper's big homecoming wor-1 The Omaha player stands six ry here tonight, on a soggy field, foot and weighs 180 pounds. \vill he containment of a big. Soph- ,, Thry h ., vc ahovc avpr age Speed omorc quarterback. Coach Frank : ., s fl (r , im antj (ncy con f use (he Sovich said Friday morning. j defense |, y interchanging their left "He runs (ho belly series the host • t , nr ) anc j | P ft half," Coach Sovich 1 have ever seen in high school (Holy Name* signal caller. der this plcn regardless of which unit was in the game, the coach said. football." Coach Sovich said in de- j Thp , ef( pnd js Charles Sladovnik scribing Steve Ralkovec. Omaha | and the , pf( j ialf J8 L CS E n g] e . i Sladovnik is a 185-pound senior The so-called belly series pot its I nn d Kngle is a 196-pound sopho- name from the T - formation quar- ; more. lei-back's tactic of holding the ball i Thp | lompR t an ding Knights will in a teammate's mid-section while fjnd || u , mso | vcs j n a position of be- nmning stride for stride with the jnj , flirt i 1cr weakened by the def- apparent ball carrier and then inj(o | oss of Fre( j rj 0 i e zal due to withdrawing the ball at a strategic: fln ank]e jn j ury and j imite( j duty moment for either a pass or a run| on]y for Toni c i iarnp i on . The latter by himself. The system has been popularized by such noted exponents as Coach Woody Hayes of Ohio State. Good Passer "This boy has a lot of poise and he is a good passer." Coach Sovich said of Balkovoc. ANTI Don't take chances on a cracked engine block. Drive in today. Marvin's Sinclair Service DIAL 9122 1 Blk. E. Burke Motor Inn is still recovering from a chest injury suffered in the Des Moines (Howling) game earlier this sea- C.ame time at the Carroll Athletic Field is 8 p.m. The Carroll Tigers trek out of town to visit Audubon in search of their first conference victory. Alternate Unit Plan N'o big changes are planned in the Carroll camp for tonight's game, but Coach Gene Macomber indicated he might utilize a second unit in the backfield. "Right now we are working with three man backfield units in the hopes he will be able to interchange them," he said. The second unit includes George Provopulos at quarterback with Jon Lane and Terry Kroeger at the halfback posts. This unit is being groomed to relieve the starting tnree-some of John Schaben at quarterback with Leonard Snyder and Dave Wenck at the halfback posts. John Helmkamp would retain his wingback assignment un- HOME FROM JAPAN A-lc Lylc Ortner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ortner, arrived home Thursday after spending three years in Japan. He flew from Tokyo to Omaha, stopping en route in San Francisco to , visit. friends for several days. A-lc Ortner will report to McGuire Air Force Base, N. J., Nov. 4, and will leave from there for an assignment in Weisbaden, Germany. Daily newspaper criculation in the U.S. has jumped 48 per cent since 1930 — from 39,600,000 to 58,600,000 coj>ies a day. WINNERS CELEBRATE . . . Happy White Sox heroes celebrate in dressing room after wjnning first game of World Series 11-0 over Los Angeles Dodgers. Early Wynn (right), winning pitcher, was crowned with basket when someone said he looked like Sherm Lollar, While Sox catcher. At left is first baseman Ted Kluszewskl, who drove in five runs with two home runs nnd a single. Sox catcher is Sherm Lollar. Batboy is at left. (NBA Telephoto) No Dodger Lineup Changes- Sox Favored 9 to 5 By E» \VILKS Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (A?'—The Los Angeles Dodgers, the club with a comeback habit, went out to square the World Series in today's sec- 2 Times Herald Carroll, It Friday, Ottober 2, 1959 ond game against the Chicago White Sox. Manager Walt Alston Johnny Podres. his erratic left- handed ace, to face right-hander Bob Shaw, the White Sox' pitching surprise. Podres. the 2-0 hero of the Dodgers' only world championship, In 1955, had a 14-9 regular season record. Shaw was 18-6. in the opener of this 56th Worl Series^ Thursday. Sox Favored Again The Sox, who waited 40 year picked i for an American League pennan and a Series chance, are favore at 6-5 again today and now ar pegged at 9-5 to take it all. The White Sox had help the didn't need from the Dodger while putting away the most one sided shutout since the 1934 Serie Both Alston and White Sox Man- j when Dizzy Dean and the S ager Al Lopez had their pitchers i Louis Cardinals beat Detroit ll-( picked for this one before the go-1 The Sox won behind Old Ma go Sox put away an 11-0 victory' Early Wynn and reliever Gerr High Scoring Battle Looms— Northwestern s Offense Worries Evy . Evashevski says of the Northwest- iern game. "We were good only tornia." California scored twice against the Hawkeyes. "I was very disappointed in our defensive showing, but I was last year. Northwestern "finishes By RON SPEER Associated Press Sports Writer IOWA CITY (AP)—Coach For-i when we had to be against Cali- est Evashevski may find out Sati urday if he has reason to worry about Iowa's defensive strength. The Hawkeyes host Northwestern in what figures to tie a high- scoring Big Ten battle. Northwestern rolled up 45 points in its opener against Oklahoma. Iowa scored 42 points in beating California. The Wildcats are the No. 2 in the Associated Press poll. Iowa is fifth. "Our defense has to be better." fast start last year but faded afl er Iowa ended the Wildcats' four game winning string with a 26-2C victory. A full house of 59,000 will be o: hand for the first Big Ten gam for both teams. Iowa won the till pleased with the work of some of our young kids," Evashevski add!ed. Rugged Test Northwestern's speed and versatility will give the Hawkeyes a rugged defensive workout. Passer Dick Thornton and speedy halfback Ron Burton are the stars on the team which also got off to a seventh with a 3-4 conferenc mark. Iowa assistant coach Archie k dros, who scouted Northwestern against Oklahoma, says the Wild cats are "the best team I've seen and the most versatile. I don' know how we'll stop them." 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There is a greatly refined engine and transmission that provide even finer performance ... a ride of unbelievable smoothness and quiet . . . and notable advancements in power steering and braking. _These new Cadillac virtues have been interpreted in thirteen distinctive bo'dy styles. Every motorist owes himself an hour at the wheel. The 1960 Cadillac is waiting for you now at your authorized Cadillac dealer's—and your dealer himself is waiting to introduce you to this magnificent new Standard of the World 1 Till! COUft Dl VILU See and Drive the 1960 Standard of the World VISIT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DEALER HANNASCH MOTOR CO. WEST AND 6TH ST.—CARROLL, IOWA • PHONE 9950 r who he says runs just like Willie Fleming, Iowa's fleet halfback of last year. Thornton and the Northwestern line also were commended. Iowa also has a powerful of- nia and are third in the nation i total offense. The game shapes up as one o the most important in Big Te: play this fall. Other conferenc teams were not impressive i ferise. The Hawkeyes piled up 475 j opening games. yards in the victory over Califor-j Game time is 1:30 p.m. Veeck Wanted Big Guy To Frighten Opponent By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP) — In the clubhouse under Comiskey Park, Ted Kluszewski was telling reporters how surprised he had been when he learned last August be had been sold by Pittsburgh to the White Sox. Some 50 yards away, in the Bards' Room, where the White Sox entertain the press, Bill Veeck, the club president, was telling how he had been trying to pry big Klu away from the Pirates since April. "I was in the radio business then, broadcasting the game of the week," Veeck said. "I was doing a Pittsburgh game and the Go-Go Boys Made Use of Hit and Run By TED SMITS Associated Press Sports Editor CHICAGO (AP) — Can an 11-0 World Series game have a turning point? Could be. What if Charlie Neal's long drive down the left field line in the third inning of Thursday's game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Chicago White Sox had gone fair by a few feet I teani opened the 1959 season with instead of foul by a few feet? i two otner first basemen — Dick That would have made the score Sluart £incl Rocky Nelson. It was then that he began hoping for a trade. "1 was hoping to be traded to the American League," he confided. "I thought I'd have a bet ter opportunity to play in the otlv er league. I don't think I startec more than a dozen games ii Pittsburgh. Besides, the Pitts burgh park is bad for any hitter.' first time I saw this muscleman I said to myself, 'This guy's fo me.' Wanted Big Guy "We had so many little guys on the team, I wanted one big guy 1 didn't care how good he was I just wanted someone to scare the other team." Kluszewski hadn't done mucl scaring of anybody—not since h suffered a slipped disc in th' spring of 1956 when he was with the Cincinnati Reds, who unloadec him on the Pirates two years later. Klu did some unloading of his own Thursday. He warmed up against Los Angeles, driving in a run with a single in the first in ning. In the third he drove a home run with a man on base and fol lowed with another two-run homer in the next inning for a total o five runs batted in Chicago's 11-0 triumph. Lot of Gold The 35-year-old first baseman has proved his weight in gold to the White Sox—and that's a lo of gold—245 pounds of it, Kluszewski wasn't very happy at Pittsburgh. Not that he was il treated- it was just that he didn't get to play much. The former foot ball star at Indiana knew his num ber was up at Pittsburgh when the 2-1 in favor of the Sox instead of 2-0. Possibly it would have braced up the Dodgers. But it went foul and the next thing the roof fell in on the hapless National League champions. The punchless Sox scored seven runs in the bottom of the third and went out in front 9-0 with the game only one- third over. Go-Go Team But looking at it realistically nothing could have stopped the Sox. In the first inning two hit- and-run plays and two runs showed why this was a "go-go" team.. After Luis Aparicio popped out, Nelson Fox drew a walk and was running when Jim Landis lashed a single to right. Fox reached :hird and scored dn the first of Ted Kluszewski's three hits, a single to right that also sent Landis to third. Landis scored on Sherman Lollar's long fly to right. Then came the third, dubbed by Manager Walt Alston of the Dodgers as being as bad an inning as his team had suffered all season. Again it started with Aparaicio lying out. Fox doubled and Landis singled, scoring him. Kluszew- ki then hit the first of his two lome runs of the day, into the ight field stands, scoring Landis. Costly Errors Chuck Churn came in to relieve rloger Craig on the mound for the Dodgers. At this point Sherman ollar sent a high fly to center and the usually dependable Duke Snider collided with Wally Moon and dropped it for a two-base rror. Bill Goodman singled into right scoring Lollar. Al Smith doubled to left center and was saved from embarrass- nent when he went charging in to hird where Goodman was starjcl- ng only to have Snider make his iecond error of the inning by hrowing wild to second. Goodman icored and Smith was safe at hird. Jim Rivera bounced to Neal who threw wild to the plate for an error as Smith scored and Rivera ook second. Early Wynn, the durable Sox pitcher, promptly clou- led to left center scoring Rivera o make it 9-0. Churn got Aparico and Fox to ground out, ending he inning. What followed was anticlimax. n the fourth, Landis hit' his third onsecutive single and Kluszewski it his second consecutive homo un to make the score H-o and here it stayed. Kluszewski's 5 uns batted in tied a series rec- rd. Podres Predicts Happier Outcome By CHARLES MAHER Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP) —Johnny Podres, the deadpan Dodger who slew the Yankees four years ago, faced a friskier if less frightening sorl of dragon today with quietly conveyed confidence that this World Series won't end the way it started. "I have no idea how many games this thing will go," he said, "but I know we're going to win it. Sure, we got skunked Thursday, but 1 think our ball club should really be more relaxed right now than we've been all season. We just went through eight real tough games to get into this tiling. We won the big ones to get here and I don't see why we caii'l win 'em now." • *«H"M"H"I l"»**»**l i i IM4 Your Representative in this area is JAMES MORK MANNING, IOWA Priori* 01. 35243 **». Staley, with two homers and fiv« runs batted in from Ted Kluszewski—and some bungling by the Dodgers. Seven of the White Sox runs, four unearned, came in the third inning against loser Roger Craig, the Dodger ace, and reliever Chuck Churn. A chain of three errors, a record two by center fielder Duke Snider, anchored it for the Sox while Wynn dimmed Dodger hopes with a six-hit job before giving way in the eighth with a stiff elbow. Alston decided against any lineup changes for today's game. "These are the guys who did it for us all season," he said, "so why change?" Normal Platoon Changes Lopez made a couple of normal platooning switches in the Sox line-up. Rookie Jim McAnany replaces Jim Rivera in right field and Bubba Phillips goes lo third instead of Billy Goodman. McAnany and Phillips bat right- handed. Goodman and Rivera bat left. "But, I guess." said Lopez with a grin, "I'll keep Kluszewski at first." Alston found something good in Thursday's failure, pointing out that relievers Johnny Klippstein and Sandy Koufax looked better than they have in a long time. They gave up just one hit between them in four innings. Alston also got through the opener without using Larry Sherry, his long-haul reliever and a possible starter. Sherry (6-2) could be a quick replacement for Podres. who has managed only one complete game in the last two months. Tiger Cage Card Lists 14 League Games Next Year A basketball schedule for 1960-61 was agreed upon by high school principals of the Midwest Conference in a meeting at Carroll High School Thursday. All conference schools were represented. The schedule adopted was the same as this year with homo games reversed. Dates and places of Carroll games will be Friday, December 2, at Lake City: Friday, December 9, Ida Grove here; Tuesday, December 13, at Denison; Friday, December 16, Sac City here; Friday, December 23, Jefferson here; Tuesday, January 3, at Harlan; Friday, January 6, Audubon here; Friday, January 13, Lake City here: Friday, January 20, at Ida Grove; Friday, January 27, Denison here; Tuesday, January 31, at Sac City; Friday, February 3, at Jefferson; Tuesday, February 10, Harlan here; and Friday, February 17, at Audubon. J. H. McElhinney, as principal of the host school, was in charge of the Thursday's meeting. Sessions wer. held at the high school with lunch at the Burke Motor Inn. WHERE Do You Live? NO MATTER! You Can Be SURE Channel Master's CHAMPION Will Improve Your TV Reception **~**»***^i^^ Let Us Convert Your TV for Receiving UHF Channel 21 Fort Dodge •^ta^M^M^^te^^^^k^^Hi ^^^^^^^^•^^^i^^ COAST TO COAST STORE CARROLL

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