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The Coshocton Democrat from Coshocton, Ohio • Page 14

The Coshocton Democrat from Coshocton, Ohio • Page 14

Coshocton, Ohio
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WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1958 THE COSHOCTON, OHIO, TRIBUNE Bobft to Play for Ohio at Illinois COLUMBUS, 0. (UP) Ohio State's Buckeyes, at full strength for the upcoming game with Illinois Saturday, have put the emphasis on straight, balanced in this week's drills. Hubert Bobo, Chauncey Dover fullback who suffered knee ligament injuries in a scrimmage early in the season rejoined the squad during Tuesday's drills and is believed ready for action at champaign, 111. The only injury during the first rough work of the week saw right end Leo Brown of Portsmouth suffer a twisted ankle, but it won't keep him out of Saturday's action. Hayes praised the work of Joe Cannavino and Phil Robinson, for their offensive efforts in the workout. Don Vicic and Galen Cisco were on a par for the fullback post. Although Vicic ran with the first unit, Cisco, agile on defense and especially against passes, could get the starting assignment. Don Clark, pegged as regular left half for at least half the time ran with the No. 1 unit in place of Don Sutherin. He will start if the Bucks receive, white Sutherin will take the spot, if Iffinois receives. SPORTRAIT FOR TODAY New Jelly-like Cleaner Knocks Baked Grease Off Oven Surfaces "IT'S" is the name of a new oven cleaner that restores oven surfaces to grease-free newness without scraping or scrubbing. The substance is brushed on, allowed to stand, then wiped clean with water. "IT'S" oven cleaner is available at Fisher Wallpaper and Paint for $1 and this includes a plastic brush. "IT'S" is noninflammable and spectacular in performance. Fisher Wallpaper and Paint 549 Main Street Phone 19 By LL.OYD NORTKARD DETROIT (UP)--Howard (Hop- along) Cassady, the red haired All-America halfback from Ohio State, is rapidly silencing the critics who said he wouldn't make the grade in pro football because of his size. The 22-year-old Cassady, who weighs only 178, has played two regular season games with the Detroit Lions to date and has piled up 137 yards in 25 carries for a fat 5.5-yard rushing average. But Hoppy, who has always accepted his football success modestly, was quick to point out that two games do not a season make. "I like what I've seen of pro football so far," Cassady said. "It's tough, though, a they're all good players in the pro ranks, and they all hit hard." This season is the "acid test" for Cassady. How well he dees with the Lions this fall will determine whether his pro football career will cover only two seasons or will continue several seasons after bis two-year contract with the Lions is fulfilled. Will Decide Next Year "I was in the Air Force Reserves at Ohio State," Cassady pointed out. "I'll have to decide next year whether or not to accept an Air Force commission." Cassady has no worries about the draft board. He married his high school sweetheart during his freshman year at Ohio State and is of two 1 children. However, Hoppy likes flying almost as much as he likes playing football and he'll have to have a good season with the Lions to convince him he should turn down the commission. Cassady's running from scrimmage during the six pre-season exhibition games left something to be desired. But he still managed to lead the Lions in scoring during the exhibition schedule with four touchdowns. Two of them came on long punt returns and another on a pass. In regular season victories over Green Bay and Baltimore, he failed to reach the end zone. Plays Let Of Football "But he played a lot of football in those two games," Coach Buddy Parker pointed out. "He was our only consistent ground gainer and kept the opponents guessing. When Cassady is on the field, the defense can't relax for a second because if he gets even the slightest jump he'll go a long way." Cassady won All-America honor three straight years at Ohio State before the Lions picked him in the first round of the draft last winter. He inherited the big job of filling the shoes of Doak Walker, another little man. Walker, the former All- America halfback from Southern Methodist, retired last season after a brilliant career in which he led the Lions to three division and two National Football a titles. Thus far, Cassady has i Walker's shoes well. is confident he'll keep up the good work and be a leader for the Lions for years to come. Cleveland Browns Cut Rosier to 33 CLEVELAND, 0. (UP) The Cleveland Brown cut their squad to the legal 33-player limit today, placing halfback Bob Smith and rookie tackle Don Goss on waivers. The Browns had been allowed two extra players for the first two weeks of the National Football League season, because Goss and Preston Carpenter, Cleveland's No. 1 draft choice, had been members of the College All-Star squad. made the team in 1955 but lost out this year to rookie Billy Kinard of Mississippi, Coach Paul Brown picked Kinard over Smith because he said the team needed a flanker back while Smith is strictly a running back. Goss failed to crack the lineup against an array of ve a WIRING FOR LIGHT POWER" SIXTH and MAIN PHONE SANITARY MEAT MARKET 420 MAIN STREET PHONE 1318 QUALITY PRICED RIGHT! LEAN, TENDER Cubette STEAKS Fry or Broil Ib. ONE POUND LAYER-- Ib. 35e SLICED BACON 3 FRESH GALA ROAST Lean Tender Pork OUR OWN HOMEMADE Fresh 39c SAUSAGE a NTRY STYI 49c HICKORY SMOKED--COUNTRY STYLE SMO, SAUSAGE 69 FRESH DRESSED STEWING Young Hens SUPER VALUE COFFEE REGULAR OR DRIP GRIND ib.75' Fish, Cheese, Frozen Foods, Qftters tackles. He lost out to John Macerelli, who Las been on the injured reserve squad for two years, can switch from tackle to guard. Brown said he expected both Smith and Goss to be picked up by other teams. Meanwhile, the Browns promised a more refined version of their coach-to-quarterback radio against the New York Giants Sunday. Fair and Cool La bine Is Happy BROOKLYN (UP)--Clem Labine was emphatic that beating the Yankees in Tuesday's i game was the "biggest belt I ever got out of anything in baseball." Labine said he thought he pitched "at least as well" as he did in his other famous shutout, over the New York Giants in the second game of the 1951 National. League pennant playoff, "although I believe I had a better sinker pitch in '51 than I do now." BROOKLYN (UP)-The weather will not interfere with the completion of the World Series today, according to the official forecast. The weather bureau predicted today will be "fair and cool, with afternoon temperatures about 60." LENNOX 'warm air conditioning' Arnold Tin Shop 130 South Second St. PHONE 701 Afttr 4 Warsaw 313J Certified LENNOX D- DONUTS 4fc DM. PttWHi ftUTTlR ROLLS, ThMM SYCKS BROS. DOWNTOWN 403 MAIN STREET OPEN UNTIL I P. M. CHESTNUT OPEN UNTIL 11 P. M. NO PARKINO PROBLEM Laraest Stock of Floor Coverings in Coshocton County Linoleums--Rugs Carpets MUTUAL Furniture Co. R. C. POWERS PHONE READ THE TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS DAILY! Illinois Squad is Drilled for Ohio CHAMPAIGN, HI. (UP) Head Coach Ray Eliot of the Tllini drilled his squad in accuracy today as they prepared to meet Ohio State Here this Saturday. "We're going to have to be in the proper frame of mind to have a chance with that great team," Eliot said. "Too, we've got to combat making so many mistakes. In both games we've played mistakes have caused 99 percent of our difficulties." Eliot said there would be no changes in lineup unless injuries changed the picture. Eliot, anxious to use Mitchell in the game, said he would have-to give his star player a thorough test in drills first. Mitchell was sidelined three weeks ago by a pre-season practice injury. The Dlini came out of their game with Washington last Saturday without serious injury. HIM Scout Leo Johnson, meanwhile, reported that the Ohio State team is better than its championship 1955 team. "Don Clark, 188-pound sophomore," Johnson said, "is potentially as good as All-America Howard Cassady and he's giving a real spark to a team which otherwise is big and powerful and strong on defense." Johnson said Clark made the difference in OSITs game with Stanford last Saturday. "He's faster than Cassady, but naturally hasn't developed into the all-around star which Hopalong was last year." Ohio Hopeful of First Grid Victory ATHENS, 0. (UP) Coach Carroll Widdoes of Ohio University hoped the recent improvement improvement shown by his squad would bring his team its first victory of the season this Saturday against Kent State. The Bobcats need a win in one of the next two games to stave off the threat of the first losing season under Widdoes. Some cause for optimism was shown even in the team's 31-7 loss to Xavier last Saturday. Nick Petroff, an end, was injured in the game against Xavier and will be out for the season with a dislocated left elbow. But the improving prospects of Sophomore Tom Redman was one bright spot. Redman went 37 yards in five carries last week. Trabert, Defeat Australians STOCKHOLM, Sweden (UP) -Tony Trabert, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Pancho Gonzales, Los Angeles, swept three professional tennis matches from Australians Frank Sedgman and Rex Hartwig Tuesday night. The Americans opened with a doubles triumph, 8-10, 5-7, 8-6, 6-2, 9-7. Then Gonzales defeated Hartwig, 6-2, 7-5, and Trabert downed Sedgman, 7-5, 6-4 in singles play. The Ameticans won the series, 4 matches to 1. Podress Missing BROOKLYN (UP)--The Dodgers and Yankees now are back exactly where they were a year ago, going into the seventh game of a World Series all even, but the missing man is Johnny Podres. Southpaw Podres was the hero oi this game last year when he pitched a 2-0 shutout to give the Dodgers tbeir first World cham plonship. Today, Podres is in the Navy, stationed in Norfolk, Va. He couldn't get time off to see the Series. 'and PRICES 9i. 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