The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 08, 1956, Page 9, Image 9

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    Wmh Yaks Take TOGe Afoev 7- Wm
Saxons Lose 19-0; Viks Win 26-13
Beavers Heal
Old Wounds;
S.S. Stymied
By JOHN PAIL JONES
Statesman Sportswriter
Beaverton healed some of its
football wounds Friday night by
licking the South Salem Saxons
190 at Frank Bennett field in
. P-a.
Tards Mint rnshinf ft ju
Vards gained passing 21 28 '
Ysrdt lost ruihing (3 1
Piiwi a term pled t
"Turn completed 1 I
Passes intercepted ky . .1 2
Total first downs 7 a
Average punt yardase 32.17 34
Yards penalled I 4
Fumbles 4
Recoveries 1 I
He Plans to Fly Against 49ers Tonight
s:
the season opener for the two
teams.
In 1954 the Saxons whipped t
. r. . L g
17
the Beavers in the semi-finals of
the state playoffs and last year
South Salem defeatet the Beavers
72-.
South Salem managed only one
offensive drive as the Beavers
completely bottled tip the Saxon
offense and riddled the South Sa
lem lines with steady gains.
The Beavers received their
first break late in the second
period when Steve B e g u i n
pounced on a fumble by Keith
Burres on the Saxon nine-yard
line.
Meadows Scores
Jim Meadows carried to the
six, Mickey Sinnerud picked up
four more and Chuck Meadows
boomed over for the two. The
extra point attempt failed as the
ball was centered high.
Sinnerud, brother of Jim Sin
nerud, an ex-Shrine player, took
a handoff from Jim Meadows in
the second half kickoff and raced
down the sidelines 79 yards to
give the Beavers a 12 0 lead. Be-
guin's kick was good
Coach Fox'
Debut Said
Impressive
By GRANTLAND PRICE
' Statesmaa Sportswriter
PORTLAND, Sept. 7-(SpeciaP-Coach
Mel Fox made his 1956 debut
a successful one here tonight, by
piloting his North Salem Vikings
Yets. gained ruahlnf
Varda sained paaaini
Varda loat ruahlni
Passes alternated ...
j at-' Vx"" completed
v!- af-'"" I Pawn Intercepted y
Total first owm
Ave rage punt yardage
Yarda penalised
Fumbles -
Recoveries - ,
Vik. Frnkl.
31S 151
2S 131
... II 71
1 38
7
1
17 j n t
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1 1
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S)tejaoti$tatcsiuau
Statesman, Salem, Ore., Sat., Sept. 8, '58 (Sec. II)-9
to an impressive 26-13 non-confer-
J ence football victory over Franklin
mgn x.nuui s yuanrra.
North Salem unveiled a vicious
ground attack, rolling up. three
quick first-quarter touchdowns to
make a rout out of what had been
predicted would be a toss-up.
The Viks unveiled a terrific one
two punch in Bobby Burnside and
Val Barnes as they flashed mid
season form throughout the ball-
MnmA -
PORTLAND Frank Gilford, abave. one-time Southern Cat All-American and now a veteraa halfback for nllrLeij. nnln h in iih
the New York Glante will be a. offensive starter for the New Yorkers I. their Multnomah Stadium g minutes 31 seconds ,eft in the
professloaal grid clash with the Saa Francisco 4 Sen Saturday night. Kickoff is at :J0 p.m. first rioA when he took a Ditch-
out, turned left end, and with sheer
speed outran the Quaker secondary
Braves Lose
4th Straight
By ED WILKS .
9n The Associated Press
The Milwaukee Braves lost their fourth in a row, 5-0 to
the Chicago Cubs, but retained their lJt-game National League
lead Friday while Brooklyn! Dodgers moved into a second
place tie with Cincinnati.
The Redlegs, who had won three straight, were blanked
1-0 by the St. Louis Cardinals on a two-hitter by Vinegar Bend
Mizeii. Brooklyn moved up as
6 2 -Furlong
South Salem continued to be ppnifl I lPfl
rown for losses ir the second lAVVUl U JL Ivll
thrown
half and couldn't get started
Beaverton started its final march
late in the third period from their
own 4S-yard line,
Sinnerud and the Meadows Mo
thers took turns at ripping off
gains and Larry Neal went th.
last eight yards on a quick open
er. The center was again high
on the conversion attempt.
Giants, 49ers Set to Clash Tonight
Nag Equals Track Mark at Lone Oak
Bay Area 11'
In Portland
NORTHWEST l.tKGV
W L Pet. W L Pet.
Yakima 3123 M3 Spokan 11 32 .495
SALEM 39 28 .514 Eugene ZD 3 .
Lewaton 35 30 .siiTri-ciy ai mi
Wenatch 31 31 .500
Friday reaulta: At Salam 4, Yakima
7; at Wenatchee I, Trl-Clty , l; at
Spokane a, Lewiaion a.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUB
W L Pet. W L Pet,
Im An 102 S .SM Sacram TS 81 .491
to go 35 yards for his first TD Of ; Seattle as 71 .Ml S. Fran n SS .4M
lh ninhl TnHH'. mnvonlnn ol . 1 Portlanfl 1 70 .! a. Ulef IV H .;
Carl Furillo slugged an 11th in
nig home run that beat New
York, 3-1, in the second game of
a twi-night doubleheader after
the Giants had taken the opener,
8-2.
Here's the way they stand:
Wins Award
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Tentli Innins:
Bombing Fatal
IX
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Jack Dunn, above, dynamic ee li
ter fielder for the Salesa Sena
tors last light was named
"mast popular player" ef the
195 season, and received the
annual award, the Pamerey
Keene wrist watch. Dunn
nosed out Chuck Esseglan,
Jerry Cade and Knss Rosburg
In that erder.
Senators Dot
All-Star Team
Pitcher Jerry Cade, outfielder
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sl 53 Mi 21 ine isae nonnwesi League ah
Another track record was
equalled at Lone Oak yesterday
when Love Her won the ninth
race in the sizzling time of 1:19
2-5 for 6'i furlongs over the half
mile track.
Earlier in the meet, Freddy the
Fox and Shy Count, both due to
lake part in today's featured Au
Revoir Handicap, tied a world
mark at Lone Oak which was set i
at Great Falls. !
FOOTBAI.'
SCORES
Pass Completed
The Saxons took the kickoff , by Vancedor
and started their drive from the i in 1952.
36. After a nine-yard loss, Keith i Winner of yesterday's feature
Burres threw a 16-yard pass to race, the Os West Primer for two-
Gary Ballew to move the ball
to the 40.
Jack Scott and Burres alternat
ed carrying the ball and moved
year-olds, was Oregon Policy. He
lopped Field Pal, a 35-1 choice, j
by a length. j
Favored Able Girl, ridden by
the ball to the lfi Srnit W i Jockey Pete Hidalgo, tumbled in
seven when he had no blocking : ,he backstretch of the feature but
North Salem JS. Franklin (Port
land! 13
Medford 34. Jeiferaon (Portland)
12
Crania Past 40, Rooaevelt (Port
land I 1
Creawell 11. Sheridan 7
Forest Grove 18, Vernonla 7
S-uslaw 17. Mapteton 0
Sweet Home 31. Dallai 7
Tillamook 37, Junction City (
Iji Grande 13, Union 0
Baker Enterprise 0
Glendale 20, Jacknonvllle 0
Meahkahnle 39. Knappa 13
Central Hlfh 7. CotUfe Grovt S
Beaverton 19, South Salem 0
Albany 39. Central Catholic 7
St Helena 39. Rainier 0
Wallowa 33, Heppner 7
Pendleton 20, Lincoln (Portland)
13
Milwaukle 13, Oreuon City S
Nytaa 12, Burns 12 I tie l
Parkrose t. West Linn 0
Lake Oswefo 22, Molalla P.
Portland, Sept. 7
San Francisco 49ers arrived by
chartered airliner this afternoon
for tomorrow night's exhibition
football game against the New
York Giants.
The Califomians plan only the
routine pre-game warmup and
have scheduled no practice here.
Coach Frankie Albert, former
Stanford and 40cr quarterback,
tempt was blocked.
Second Score
Three minutes later, the Viks had
their second 1956 score. Burns got
the show on the road by hauling in
a Franklin punt on his own 19, cut
for the, sidelines, but reversed the
leather to his twin safety man,
Barnes. The Quakers, completely
hoodwinked by the deception, were
unable to touch the Viking halfback
as he skipped 81 scintillating yards
to paydirt. Todd's conversion was
good to make it 13-0.
The pojnt-crazy Vikings tallied
the crusher with 2 seconds left in
the first frame. Gerry Kanz set it
Th : up Dy recovering a r ranxun lumoie
1111 . i i ., i , . ; . .
on ine nosis jj yaru line, ournsiue
hit the middle for 12 big yards, and
with 2 seconds on the clock, Mike
Kelley, junior quarterback, broke
out of a maze of Quaker tacklers
and went 33 yards for the 6-pointer.
Todd's kick was good for the extra
point.
Burnside Scores
The Vikings made it 26-0 when
with only 31 seconds left in the first
half Burnside took a hand-off and
on an end run and then Burres
threw an incompleti pass. A
fourth down pass to Ballew was
complete but he wat stopped at
the line.
The winners dominated the
statistics as they had a net yard
age of 204' on the ground and
26 in the air. The Saxons had a
measly 36 yards on the ground
and picked up 21 by passing.
Sinnerud and the two Meadows
were the offensive guns for the
Beavers with Sinnerud passing
out of the single wing. He threw
nine and completed two.
Albany Due Next
The Saxons will face the Dis
Hidalgo was uninjured, according
to fair officials. Able Girl was the
even-money favorite of the crowd.
Hidalgo later rode Aspen in the
ninth race, finishing a length be
hind Love Her.
The Lone Oak meeting ends to
day with the Au Revoir at 1 1-16
miles for $1,200. Among horses
entered are the aforementioned
Freddy the Fox and Shy Count,
as well as top threats King Car
men, Sizzlin' Smoke, Jezroson,
Pharsong. Booters. Gem and Lu
dier. Freddy will try to make it
three straight handicap wins.
Eleven races are slated and two
Ukes Decide
Seniors' Fate
LOS ANGELES. Sept. 7 IAV
UCLA has settled the quarterback
and tailback assignments under
the Pacific Coast Conference five
game eligibility ruling.
Bob Borgdahl will be the Bruins'
quarterback for the first five
games and Doug Bradley will be
at left half against Utah, Michi
gan, Oregon. Washington State
said his starting offensive bai irBtnhiell vards arounA Mt
field will be Y. A. Tittle at quar-jfor six j , Todd. conversion
Franklin finally hit the score
board in the fourth period after
stopping a North Salem drive on
the Quaker 1-yard stripe. A series
of passes to towering Bjarne Jen-
Hollywd 7S79 .900 Vncver S4 4 .403
Friday reaults: At Seattle 3. fon-
I ind i: at Hollywood . san uieio
at San Francisco 10, Sacramento 3;
ar Vancouver 4, Los Angeles 3.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. W L Pet.
Nw Yrk SS 49 .(37 Detroit 67(7 .500
Clevelnd 75 37 .5SS Bltmre 5175 .440
Chicago 74 58 .591 Wshgtn 57 77 .425
Boston 73 01 ,M9 k.. uy 1J vu
eriday results: At New York S,
Washington ; at Cleveland 1, Chi
cago J; at Baltimore 5-5. Boston 7-0;
at Kansas City a. Detroit 12.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. W L Pet.
Milwke 81 53 .804 Phlladel 82 70 .470
Ctnrinn 80 55 .5t.'3 Pittabgh 58 77 .430
Brklyn SO 55 .593 N. York 58 78 .418
St. Louis 88 88 .493 Chicago S3 SO .398
Friday reaulta: At Chicago 5. Mil
waukee S; at St. Louis li Cincinnati
0: at Brooklyn 3-3, New York 8-1;
at Philadelphia I, Plttaburgh 1.
Jcssup at halfbacks and Joe Terry
at fullback.
Wind I'p Practice
The Giants, winding up their
practice with a workout tday at
Multnomah Stadium, feature the sen, Franklin wingman, sparked
J passing of Don Heinrich. He and: the Portland eleven's drive which
trict Fight favorite, Albany next Henshaw Still Inconscinns
$950 handicaps and a $900 speed and California.
handicap are on tap. j n the last half of the season.
rrinay at Bennett field. The
Bulldogs have seven starters from
last year's team back that tied
with Corvallis and the Saxons
for the district crown.
Beaverton 0 6 7 619
South Salem ... 0 0 0 00
Scoring TDs: Chuck Meadows
(2, run); Mickey Sinnerud (79,
run); Larry Neal (8, run). PAT
Bcgtiin.
' starting with the Oregon State
Meanwhile, injured jockey game at Corvallis. Don Shinnick
Dewey Henshaw, hurt in a spill
(Continued page 10, col. 3)
Chiefs, Broncs
Score Wins
WENATCHEE. Sept. 7 -We-natchee
completed sweep of its
three-game series here with Tri
City by beating the Braves 9-1 in
a Nortwest League game tonight.
Rick Herrera scored on Duane
Helbig's long sacrifice fly in the
first inning for Wenatchee. The
hometowncrs sewed It up in big
way in the third with a five-run
outburst highlighted by six singles
and i triple by Larry Segovia.
The Braves only marker came
In the seventh inning on a bases
clear home run by Tom Peres.
Indians Bow, l-l
SPOKANE, Sept. 7 1 Joe
Riney'a S-nin homer in the first
started Lewiston on the way to
an l-S win over-Spck"ane tonight
in the Indians final Northwest
League home ga..ie of the season.
Chunky Bob Roberts, who shut
out the Indians for seven innings,
managed to survive rallies in the
eighth and ninth Innings in
finish that left some- 1.500 fans
excited, if a bit disappointed.
will be at quarterback and Jerry
McDougal at the tailback.
Four other seniors affected by
the PCC ban haven't decided in
what five consecutive games they
will play.
Coach Red Sanders relaxed the
tempo of the workouts today, feel
ing that the squad has been going
at too fast a pace.
NWL Line Scores
DEER TAGS AVAILABLE
PORTLAND, Sept. 7 Iff - Sur
plus deer tags are avllable for
controlled hunting areas in Ore
gon, the State Game Commission
said tpday. None of the 11 areas
was oversubscribed.
Spokane 000 000 0233 8 1
Anherts and Donahue; Rounds,
Lueritke 1 21, Meekini () and Rossi,
Carlon (8).
McElhenny were teammates at
the University of Washington. Alex
Webster and Frank Gifford are
slated for New York's halfback
spots, and Mel Triplctt will be at
fullback.
The 49ers are riding a string
of three consecutive exhibition
victories over National Profes
sional Football League rivals. The'
Giants have won two out of .three,
including a 20-10 victory over the
Los Angels Rams last week.
A crowd of around 25,000 is ex
pected for tomorrow night's con
test. Kickoff time is 8 30 p.m.
National League
was climaxed by Ronnie Jee buck
ing it over from five yards out with
8:26 left in the quarter. The place
ment was wide.
Franklin's final tally was set up
by a series of penalties against
North Salem, and a brace of
sparkling pass receptions by Jen
sen. With 17 seconds left in the
ballgame, Jackie Luhrs cracked
over from the Viking 13-yard line.
Bob Gebo successfully converted,
but the Vikings had it wrapped up,
26-13.
North Salem 20 6 0 0-26
Franklin 0 0 0 1313
North Salem scoring: Touch
downs: Burnside ' 2 ' . Barnes,
Kcllry. Conversions by Todd (21,
Franklin Touchdowns: Jee, Luhrs.
Milwaukee ooo ooo ooo-o 7 o Conversion by Gebo.
Chicago 100 004 no 5 10 1
Buhl. Phillips (SI. Trowhrldge (71
and Rice, Crandall (71: Jones and
Landnth. L Buhl.
New York 210 100 2008 13 1
Brooklyn OOO 000 011-3 13 0
Antonelll and Sarnl: Ersklne. Roe
buck 121. Branca (8) and Campanella.
L Ersklne.
Second game:
New York 000 010 000 00-1 8 2
Brooklyn OOO 001 000 023 8 0
Worthlngton. Wllhelm ill. Little
field (101 and Sarnl: Newcombe and
Walker. L Littlefield.
Cincinnati
Philadelphia 130 000 Of 5 8 1
Friend. Hall l.li. Face (31. King (7)
and Foilea; Roberts and Lopata. t.
Friend.
50-Lapper to Wind Up
Sunday Auto Race Bee
Sweet Home
Upsets Dallas
DALLAS, Sept. 7 Special I
Coach Gene Werkhieser's Sweet
Hnme Huskies, stunner) Iho nrn.
.. i. .f.t. .Trl-Cltsr 000 000 100 I 8 I1 Cincinnati 000 000 000 0 2 I
scaaun prognoBUcaiors nere lonigm wenatchee 105 012 0O-B 13 0 St. Louis . 000 ooo lo'-l 3 0
by upsetting the perennially power-1 Kindsfather, Aldridge 3) and Mar- Nuxhail and Bailey: Mlzell and
fill Dnllna Drnsnna 91.7 in m nnn. i tin; Lybeck and Lundberg. Katt.
conference football orjener for both Lewuton 310 003 0011 i 0 Pittsburgh ooo 200 000 j 7 1
clubs.
The Husky combination of Royce
McDaniels and Mark Musgrave
proved to be more than the highly-
rated Dragons could handle.
MacDanicls set the pattern for
the hall game by returning the
opening kickoff 63 yards to the
Dallas 7, and on the next play
Musgrave hauled it over, for the
first of his 3 TDs. The hard-hitting
Husky halfback tallied later ,in the
first canto on a 4-yard off-tackle
slant to make it 12-0 as the quarter
ended.
Musgrave capped a Sweet Home
sustained drive with a 12-yard scor
ing smash early in the second per
iod, and fullback Leon Swank
closed out the first-half scoring
with a 1-yard drive up the middle
as the second frame ended.
Dallas finally broke the scoring
ice In the fourth period when Tom
Parsons went over from 1 yard
out. Pat Austin's conversion at
tempt was good. McDaniels scored
kthe games final TD for the
Huskies, climaxing a sustained
march with a 1-yard quarterback
sneak. The conversion attempt was
wide. -
Sweet Home..... 12 13 0 6-31
Dallas ... 0 0 0 7-7
Sweet Home scoring: Musgrave
(3). Swank. McDaniels. Conversion
by Daniels. Dallas-Touchdown by
Parsons. Conversion by Austin.
A SO-lap main event has been
set for the final event on Sunday
afternoon! auto racing card on
the State Fairgrounds' Lone Oak
track, it was made known ' last
night. The Capital Auto Racing
Association is to provide the full
card, and there will be between
40 and SO entries all told.
Fifty times around the half-mile
dirt racing strip at the Fair
grounds will be the equivalent of
a 100 tapper on the Hollywood
Bowl's quarter - milcr, where the
CARA outfit usually performs In
their stock hard tops and destruc
tion derby events." And seeing the
CARA's in action on dirt should
provide racing fans with plenty of
thrills.
The track will undergo special
treatment starting right after to
day's final horse racing event at
the Fairgrounds. Workers will
harden the dirt as much as pos
sible, and treat it with chemicals
to avoid flying dust during the
Sunday card.
Patrons are urged to use the
18th Street entrance to the Fair
grounds Sunday, and will find
plenty of free parking close to the
track grandstand.
Four of the 40-odd CARA pilots
are In a tight struggle for the
1956 stock hard tops driving cham
pionship, and since time is run
ning out in the season Sunday's
meet is a big one for them. Stan
Diets of Canby now leads, by a
narrow margin over Dale Collie
of Salem, Ray Hiebcrt of Dallas
and Fay Ladd of Uervais. Collie,
recently scored a sweep in a dirt
track card at Eugene, and will be
among the favorites Sunday be
cause of it.
. Admission prices for the card
will be the same as they have
been all season jit Hollywood
Bowl. .
Carter Pounds
To Boxing Win
NEW YORK, Sept. 7 UrT-Harold
Carter of Linden, N.J., set a re
lentless pace tonight to hammer
out a unanimous 10-round decision
over Detroit's Johnny Summcrlin
in a battle o.' heavyweight con
tenders at Madison Square Gar
den. Carter, outweighed 194 to 192'4,
was an 6-5 favorite despite the
fact that Summcrlin ou'pointed
him on May 23. The 22-year-old
Carter, however, took first fight
as a sub on fye days notice?
It, was a lot different tonig'.t as
the chunky New Jerseyite, ranked
eighth to Summerlin's No. 9 rat
ing, charged out of his corner at
the opening bell and kept on top
of his taller rival the rest of the
way.
There were no knockdowns but
several times 6-lMi Tetroiter
appeared to be on the verge of
falling from a combination of
wariness and Carter's chopping
blows.
Senator Swat
tsseglan
Rosburg
Dunn
Kraus
Brady
King
Webstar
Koepi
Simula
Laursen
Pitching:.
Bartow
Walsh
Cade '
George
Satallch
Alderman
Kraus
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478 131 18 3
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380 II 14 S
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Central Gains
7-6 Victory
MONMOUTH, Sept. 7 (Special)
The Central High Panthers cap
italized on a recovered fumble
to score a second-quarter touch
down snd extra point which held
up for a 7-6 victory over the Cot
tage Grove Lions in the opening
grid contest for both teams liere
tonight.
The contest marked a "home
coming" defeat for Loin Coach
Sam Bell who coached the Pan
thers to the A-2 quarter finals
last year. The break for the
Panthers came as the visitors'
quarterback, Leon Hayes, failed
to get off a punt after a poor
pass from center.
Central recovered on the Lion
23 yard line and scored in five
plays with fullback Dennis Hed
ges plowing over from three yards
out.
Cottage Grove also took advan
tage of a fumble to score. They
recovered after Central bobbled
the opening kickoff of the sec
ond half on the Central 32. A
six-yard pass from Hays to end
Stan Harris was good for the
touchdown but fullback Jim Hoov
er failed to go over for the point
on a line smash.
Cottage Grove 0 0 6 06
Central 0 7 0 07
Scoring Cottage Grove Pass,
Hays to Harris; Central Hedges,
3-yard plunge. Conversion
Blankenbaker, run.
Milwaukee
Brooklyn M 55 Ml l'i IS
Cincinnati 80 55 -5J lfi It
Philadelphia, with Robin Rob
erts winning his 16th, defeated
Pittsburgh, 5-2, in the other NL
game.
In the American, Washington
defeated New York, 64, but the
Yankees held their OH -game
budge as Chicago's White Sox
beat second place Cleveland, 3-1.
Bofton split a twi-night pair with
Baltimore, winning 7-5, in 10 in
nips, then losing, 5-0
Sad Sam Jones, winning his
eighth against 13 defeats, fanned
seven and gave the Braves just
seven hits. The Cubs opened up
for four runs on four hits three
of them doubles to chase 16
game winner Bob Buhl in the
sixth inning. Ernie Banks, Walt
Moryn and Pete Whisenant
doubled in the big frame. Don
Hoak'i double and Bank's single
scored s first-inning Cub run,
Bever Hits Homer
Ken B oyer's seventh-inning
home run only his second since
the All-Star game beat the Red-
legs and Joe" Nuxhail, who gave
just three hits in his seven in
nings. That was all the Cards
had, with reliefer Buster Free
man finishing the came. The only
hits off Mlzell, now 1312, were
a second-inning single by Wally
Post snd a ninth-inning single by
Frank Robinson. The Card lefty
struck out six.
Furillo'i 18th homer, his first
hit of the game, followed a walk
with two out in the 11th off los
ing reliefer Dick Littlefield. .It
was Brooklyn's sixth hit, and
first since tying the score in the
sixth. Don Newcombe, going all
the way with a six-hitter, won
his 23rd tops for a Dodger since
1924 when Dsxzy Vance won 28.
Willie Msys drove in three
runs with his 28th and 29th home
runs in the opener, beating Carl
Erskine and giving Johnny An
tonelll his 15th victory, although
the Giant southpaw was tagged
for 12 hits.
Friend Loser
Three hits and two walks gave
the Phils a 4-0 lead in the sec
ond as Bob Friend lost his 15th.
The Buc runs came on homers by
Lee Walls and Frank Thomas.
Herbie Plews snd Roy Sievers
each had four hits as the Sen
ators tagsed five Yankee pitch
ers for 15 hits In overcoming a
4-0 New York lesd. An infield
grounder brought home the
(Cont. sa page 10, eol. I)
New Orleans Wins
BISMARCK, N.D., Sept. 7 I
New Orleans downed St. Iouis,
14-6, here tonight, forcing the
championship round of the Amer
ican Legion National Junior base
ball tourney into a final and de
cisive game tomorrow night. New
Orleans exploded for an M-run
first inning lead and held e m
mand throughout theontest.
George Shaw,
Colts on TV
KOIN-TV, channel . Portland,
will televise the Sunday profes
sional football game between the
Philadelphia Eagles and Balti
more Colts, the station announced
yesterday.
Area viewers will get a hahce
to see George Shaw, former Ore
gon U. great, at quarterback for
the Colts. ' Both teams are mem
bers of the National Football
League, and the game will be a
non-counting league exhibition.
The video cast will start at 11
a.m. from Lexington, Ky.
Star team, circuit' president Jim
Fleishman announced Friday.
- The complete mythical team has
Joe Rossi of Spokane as catcher.
Roy Nixon of Yakima at first
base, Ron Jackson of Spokane at
second base. Hillis Layne of Lew
iston at third base, Elwayne Wil
cox of Yakima at shortstop, Es-
segian in left field, Larry Segovia
of Wenatchee in center field, Her
ran Lewis of Yakima in right
field, Danny Holden of Tri-City as
utility infielder and Vine Mored
of Yakima as utility, outfielder;.
Cade got the left handed pitcher
spot on the club and Yakima's
Dick Young was named right
handed pitcher. Luby was voted
the circuit's top manager, an hon
or he has had on numerous oc
casions isince coining to Salem six
years ago.,- . . ,
Russ Fisher, Paul Kelley and
Ted Howe were named as the
league's "all star" umpires.
A committee of 21 unnrtuwrileri
rarllA hrannVatra mnA affiWal
scorers selected the team.
No second team or honorable
mention players were named.
Error Ruin Walsh;
Dunn 'Most Popular'
School is now completely out for
the town Senators. f
Needing last nieht's Northwest
League series finale with the Yak
ima Bears here, plus three addi
tional Lewiston wins over the same
Brains this weekend in order o
snatch the second half pennant,
the Salems didn't get the first In
gredient. They succumbed to a
four-run, tenth inning outburst by
the .Yaks and went down 7-4. 1 -
Thus it's all ever for the battle
weary Solons, who now sit It out
for the next two nights while other
loop members put the finishing
touches to the season. There will
be no playoffs, as the Bears won
both halves of the flag scramble.
They made right certain of the
second half by sweeping all three)
games in the big series here.
The combination of three singles,
a walk, a sacrifice fly and a very
costly error brought about the four
runs of the 10th inning. Not ena
of the runs were earned, and the
dismal end wasnl a fitting one for
Bill Walsh, who had pitched hit
leu bail for St Innings, and saw
another unearned run scoot in dur
ing a two-run Yakima seventh,
which tied the score at J-J. ;
Salem picked up solos in the
first and third off Ted Herrera.
Yakima tied it with three singles,
the error and a sacrifice fly in the
seventh. The Solons went 3-3 ahead
in the lower half of the seventh
when -Chuck Essegiao singled borne
. (CenUaaed page 1. eel. I)
OSC, Ducks
Work on Grid
CORVALLIS. Sept. T Wl - Coach
Tommy Prothro singled out three
of his Oregon State College foot
ball players for praise after to
day's double workout.
He said Nub Beamer. sophomore
fullback, was showing more prom
ise than letterman Tom Berry did
at this time a jear ago. Prothro
also said he was pleased by half
back Sam Wesley s pass receiving
and tailback Paul Lowe's throwing.
Ted Bates, a sopmore tackle.
is pressing veteran Dave Jesmer
for a first-string berth.
Docks Have Opealng
EUGENE. Sept. 7 Wl. The
University of Oregon football
team ended its first full week of
fall practice today, and the im
portant left halback spot still was
open.
Hank Loumena, two-year vet
eran and a top contender to suc
ceed the graduated Dick James,
suffered a knee injury expected
to sideline him several days. Lou
mena, a track sprinter, was bat
tling another trackman. Jack
Brown, for the starting job. Brown
saw limited action last season as
a sophomore, averaging 1.7 yards
on 24 carries.
Coach Len Casanova said the
team would continue twice-a-day
drills through next Wednesday be
fore swinging to a single daily
session.
Carr Joins OTI
KLAMATH FALLS, Sept. 7 i
Ralph Carr, former Oregon
State College football player, has
joined the coaching staff at Ore
gon Technical Institute here.
Carr will be backficld coach un
der Rex Hunsaker, the h e a d
coach. Carr finished at Oregon
State in 1954.
Lions Trounce Browns
DETROIT, Sept. 7 Wt The
Detroit Lions, coming on with ,a
fourth quarter offensive burst,
trounced the Cleveland Browns,
tonight for the fourth straight pre
season loss for professional foot
ball's world champions.
The Lions scored 14 points in
trie final quarter and outclassed
the Browns in every department
as a crowd of 48,105 looked on in
Briegs Stadium. Detfoit has de
feated Cleveland nine times In the
last 11 meetings between the two
clubs. One of those games ended
in a tie.
Sonny Gandee and Jug Girard
scored the Detroit touchdowns,
Gandee on an intercepted pass
and a 14-yard run and Girard on
an 18-yard scamper around end.
Both scores came In the early
minutes of the fourth quarter.
Quarterback Bobby Layne kick-
im ?. is in lie aa l t
29 104 !s loi.in 82 ssied a 16-yard field goal midway
u fsji' ' ' "3 "s ? I through the first period and ex
J is i i is i li I ccpt for two brief appearances
for conversions sat out the rest
of the contest with an injured leg.
The Lions now have won three
of their four pre-season contests.
Since defeating the College AU
Stars In late summer, the Browns
have been whipped by San Fran
cisco, Los Angeles, Green Bay
and Detroit.
The Lions narrowly missed an
other touchdown halfway through
the final period when defensive
halfback Yale Lary ran back one
of Horace Gillom's punts 96 yards.
But officials ruled his knee had
touched the ground on the Detroit
4-yard line.
Babe ParilU guided the Browns
all the way. but he never got
them started. The world cham
pions never dented Detroit terri
tory until the third quarter, and
it took a holding penalty to help
them there. ' ..
' r The Browns' only sustained
drive came late in the third period
when a 4 yard pass 'play from
ParilU to end Dante Lavelli and
a pair of penalties gave the
Browns a first down on the De
troit 11. The Lions' Jim David
picked off one of Parilli's passes
in the end tone to halt that march.
Cleveland Browns ....... 8 I I t- t
Detroit Lions 3 S S 1417
Detroit acorlna: Touchdowns Gan
dee (14, pasa Interception): Girard
118 runl. field goal Layne (U.
Conversions Layne 3.
Rams Wallop
Cards, 69-21
By BOB MYERS ,
LOS ANGELES, Sept 7 III
Scoring three touchdowns In a little
more than three minutes in the
second quarter, the Losv Angeles)
Rams went on to smear the Chi
cago Cardinals, 69-21, in a National
Football League exhibition game
before 35.(35 tonight. .
The Cardinals got off to a 7-
point lead on a break after a mim
ute and four seconds of the game.- -but
the Rams came back to score
seven consecutive timet that they
had the baU to turn the game into
a rout. ' , ;
'The; Cardinals' : vaunted" DTtja.
Matson was stopped cold all eve
ning while quarterbacks Billy Wada
and Rudy Bukich teamed with a
host of offensiTt star for a scor
ing picnic. ., : t i . .. .
Quintan Sparkles -
Highlights included touchdown
runs by Skeet Quinlan for 49 yards
and fullback Tank Younger for 39
through the Chicago defense.
Wade played the first half and
passed 41 yards to Bob Boyd for
one touchdown to Bob Carey for
34, and ran the ball across himself
from eight yards out for another.
Halfback Ron Waller carried
most of the load in the first half
as a runner and scored a touch
down from seven yards. Bukich
took over in the second half. He
completed a 4-yard pass to Elroy
Hirsch for a touchdown, another
for five yards to Tom Fears, and
skipped four yards himself for six
points.
Wade Fambles
The Cardinals' first score came
when end Pat SummeraU recover
ed a fumble by Wade and ran 25
yards across the goal line. Lata
in the fourth quarter Rookie John
ny Roach from Southern Methodist
took over as quarterback for tha
Cardinals. He completed a pass
for 74 yards to halfback Frank
Bernard!, with the latter running
52 yards after taking the throw.
Later, Roach steered the Cards
80 yards in five plays with Jot
Childress scoring from four yards
out.
Cards " ' "" ' ''" Tit 14-31
Rama , 11 St T-8t
Cardinals scoring: Touchdowns,
SummeraU 36, run: Bernard), 74,
pass-run, from Roach; Childress, 4,
run. Conversions: Summarall, t.
Rama scoring: Touchdowns, Waller,
7, run: Boyd, 41, pasa-run, from
Wada; Wade, S. run: Carey, 34, pass
run, from Wade: Quinlan. 49. run!
Hirsch, 44. pasa-run, from Bukich;
rears, a, pasa-run, irom oumrni
Younaer, SS, run; Bukich, 4, rum
Marconi, 3. plunfe. Conversions!
Richter, t.
OSC Lands
Star Hooper
8AN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7 W -C
la rears (Geese) Glider, far
mer Saa Fraaciaee All City
basketball player, Is schedules!
ta leave aext week U attead
Oregea Stale College.
The feet I eager scored 154
points In eight garnet during
the 153-54 seasea for LeweU
High School. H later played
Junior college basketball at Saa
Francisco CKy College
League Season Is Herel
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choice hours ta Mondays and Thursdays.
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