The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 19, 1956, Page 13, Image 13

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    Indians Lose
Guard; Hill
Picks Lineup
TALO ALTO. Calif., Sept. 18 I
oach Chuck Taylor of the Stan
ford Indians said today Ruard Don
Manoukian will b out for the en
tire geason.
Manoukian. one . of the top
guards on the Indian quad, auf
ffred a severe knee injury in last
week's wrimmage.
Taylor put his squad through a
brisk defensive drill in prepara
tion for the opener against Wash
ington Stale next Saturday night
in Spokane.
lie Pam Defense
l'l'I.LMAN, Wash.. Sept. 18 Ofu.
After a look at movies of Wash
ington Slate s last full scale foot
hall scrimmage, coach Jim Suth
erland today offered pass defense
drills for the Cougars.
"Passer John Brodie of Stan
ford averaged 25' passes a game
last season, he will probably throw
vn more than that this year and
we've got to be ready to stop!
those aerials," said Sutherland.
I TLA Prepars for Hah
LOS ANGKLKS. Sept. lfl iff-'
The I'CLA fool hr II team worked
a full two hours unlcr a hot sun
today, concentrating on defense of
the passmg attack it anticipates
from t'tah here Friday night.
Resrrve tailback Don ling was'
again on deck. Mis injured ankle
is respondihg to treatment and
coach lied Sanders indicated he
would get into aclion this week
Trajan Marten Picked
LOS ANGKLKS. Sept. 18
Southern California's Trojan foot
ball squad will number about 45
or less when it flies to play the
I ntversity of Texas . at Austin
Saturday night.
Included will be seven or eight
aeninr who will launch the five
game season to hirh I hey w ere
limited by the Pacific Coast Con
, ference faculty bosses for viola
tion of the athlelir rode
Coach Jess Hill said todav that
five of the senior group, topped
by all America haifhack candidate
Jon Arnelt. will definitely be in
the starting lineup.
The other starters named were
end Chuck I.einihach. tackles
George Belolti and Fabian Abram
and quarterback Frank Hall
The other seniors ready lor ac
tion are fullback Bob Isaacson
and halfback Fred Pierce, listed
as second and third string squad
men Other starters nominated by
Hill were fullback ' K Huberts,
halfback Don Hickman, lcll gu.inl
Ben I.ardiatwl c e n t c r Karl
Ruhke and right end Lin '-.i
Hubby, all juniors
Huskies Work on Passing
SKATTI.K, Sept. IB .Pi Wash
ington spruced up its aerial at
tack today as the Huskies nearcd
their final preparations for Satur
day's football opener here with
Idaho.
Most of the passing load will be
handled by Al Ferguson and Bill
Snider, who now appear to be
Coach Ilarrell Royal s one and
two choices at the signal calling
position.
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Lewis & Clark,
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Tim Campbell, endi I.ee Weaver,
Rey Barnes and Terry Kent, tack
les Pave Seolt and Howard Sloe
bel. guards Dick Slnkrs and Bob
Harriman and rrolrr Jnhn Hind,
lo in along with such holdovers as
guard Vrrn I nates, tackles Dale
(.reenlee. C.ary Raid and Bob Cirlf
fln, ends Vic Backlttnd and Rex
rinmaschnfsky, and backs Benny
Hnll. Keith Driver, Windy Se
qulera and Chuck Koanl. But the
Bearcats of Ted Ogdahl aren't ex
pected to he In the same class
with the Pioneers and Coyotes.
Dr. Paul Stagg at Pacific tallied
the biggest upset of the '.5 aea
on when his Badgers spilled the
Lewis t Clark outfit, and that
could be an Indication of big
things this semester, since the For
est Grove unit has returning ex
perience at all but one position.
Rack are center Merr Cooper,
guards BofV Graham and Tom I
Thompson, tackles Jack Smith,
Oxzle Ray, Rill Tiediea and Joe
Kanuwal, end Joe Gutowski, quar
terback Vlnce Heinrich, halfbacks1
JQUITE coiwwr
Impedes Weeds
fwM X&tffit fi! who sel orserve ,acific TeIephone
Ex-Saxon Tried for Size
PULLMAN, Wish. Bob Smith, left, former South Salem High
football star Is fitted up with a jersey at Washington State
College here, by freshman coach Pan Slavely. Smith hopes
to make the Frosh .squad as a renter.
Stengel Heaps Praise
On Chicago Shortstop
CHICAGO, Sept 18 Casey Stengel, manager of the New York
Yankees, today had high praise for Luis Aparicio, 22-year-old rookie
shortstop for (v Chicago White Sox.
This is what Casey told Warren Brown of the Chicago American:
National league
y'.'r:"k? iil? ! l !" s 1 havf ,n ,npm!i hP t
PirKhnrgri flfll 012 00O--4 l.T 2 ! , . ..
Hurrinif jhnnn ii sirjtr .7.. nnl only the best shortstop in the
Trohuff(r si sphn ! nri Rue. league, he's the best shortstop in
( ranrtall H' Klinf Farr ill Pullet .. ,,,,
,9, a1 Snrrard W-Slralfr L-Kar. , al1 WU-f.
I "And I'll tell you something I
Sl !"" l "oo ooj-s 9 n ,ii (Upp. anH that's if
vir i! wxmipier iii. Jarknn .siWeiss (George Weiss. Yankee gen
nd Kati cram BnrhiK-k (4i F.u- Pra manageri thinks about trying
L-rkinr" C" w-J,lk,on - to make a deal with you fellows.
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I'hlUdelphla 1)1(1 200 OK 4
Junsfii Niixliull ill Frfcmin
and Huffrss, Slminuiif and Lopata
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Second lame:
Clm-innati 00 OOO 0404 1
Philadelphia 120 "to 12x-7 12 0
Fowler. Grofls I2l. Black i5i. I.aw
rence iSi and Bailey; Roberta and
Senilnlck. I, -Fowler.
Today's Pitchers
NATIONAL l.KAOVF
St
Jmii at Brooklvo Poholaky
i a-12 1 v N'ewcombe 1 24-6
Milwaukie at Pittshnrn inifht)
R.ihl .17-i v Friend (IS-lSi
Cincinnati , at Philadelphia (2-twt-
iii-in vf r Miller 13-61 and liaddix
ll.l-fl.
Cnicaso at New York (2 Drabnw-
kv 1 2 -3 and Hlhtian (0-01 V! Sur
kont i2-2 and MaiRuneri 5-I
AMfHll'AN I.F.AC. IK
Wai ink-ton at Cleveland Aher
nat.'iv il-Oi Lenutn ilQ-14i
B'uUin at KantKl Cll-Staler 7-7
v Burnetle (3-Bi
naltimnre at Detroit Brow n lP-5i
vs lry 1 1 H-1 3 1 .
Onl nniea whedulde
C-Idalio lis
NWC Grid Bee
Rob Gaytas. Larry Gehrts, Gary
Flsk. Duane Baker and Bill Rolf
and fullback Rex l.ocketl.
Coach Boh Thomsen of Whit
man will he lacking all-around ex
perience, but does have 10 letter
men and some highly prospective
newcomers. Jnhn Alslp Is bark at
center, Frank Wood and Ted Han
sen al guards, Pete Mills at tackle,
Rob Schembs and Ev Beck at
ends, Tom Desbarh at quarter,
George Sullivan and Tom Garrett
at halfbacks and Ken Johnson at
full.
Most of the conference team
open their seasons thl weekend,
although none will be occupied In
league games. Willamette goes to
Spokane lo play Whllworth Sat
urday afternoon, Portland State la
at I. Infield, also In the afternoon,
Lewis 4 Clark plays Western
Washington al Rrllingham, Pa
cific travels la Davis, Cat., to play
Ihe Oil Aggies, College of Idaho
iakei an Kastera Oregon at Cald
well and Whitman wll be Ike host
for Central Washington.
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"Now I'm in Cleveland the other
night, waiting around for a train
or something, and they kept ask
inp m nhmit vnur fpllnw ' Anari-
and haprx'ns lo as me wnai i a
like, I'd have to tell him that the
one leuow in warn is inai snon-
,lon a.,, i ,). think Marion
Marty Marion, Sox manager' is
Kiiuig to hold still for any deal
for that fellow.
Tlicte ain't a base running
shortstop like him. Maybe there
tit-Mr was. lie disturbs you when
i he arts on base, and he docs get
I on base. He can hit, and he's go-
nig to get better at that, same as
lie's going to get belter at every
thing else.
"But it's the way he works at
short that disturbs me most. He
can throw, which your other man
'second baseman Nellie Fox)
can't. But he's to quick with his
hands, he gets the ball to the
other fellow so much faster than
that other shortstop iChico Carras
quel, now with Cleveland ever
did. You fellows are ' making
double plays now which they were
missing before.
It seems to me that a lot of
the experts t his spring were say-
inR now Fox would help your new
man make people forget about
Carraquel
"Truth of the matter is that it
was Fox who needed, and got the
help, and if you ask me I'd say
that I hope nobody ever helps that
other fellow, because if he gets
any better than he is right now
there'll be no holding him."
B B ALLEYS
Team Tesults in the City League:
G. B. Kquipment 2, V. S. National
Bank 2: Kmages 4, I-oder Bros. 0;
Dyer Insurance 2. Davis Oil 2;
Mick's Sigh Shop 4, Les Newman's
0.
High individual game and series
by Glen Blanlon with 201 and 516.
High team game and series by
Davis Oil with 781 and 2106.
CAPITOI. Al l FYS
Team results in Capitol Industrial
I.ejuc Dver A- Sons 'j. IT.F. Nn. 3
3',; PflE No 2 .1. PC.F No 4 1:
Coomler Hardware 4 Marilyn' 0:
Dorm's Studio 4, Teafue Chevrolet
0: Pr;E No. I 2, Good Housekeep
in 2
High team fame and aeriea bv
Cnomer with 176 and 2757. High In
dividual game an dseriei by B. Cray
rrolt with Zlt and 5S7.
Attention Pharmacists! ! !
Positions open in California with Independent Drug Stores
in area immediately north nf San Francisco. Pharmacist reg
istered In California or those who meet the requirements for
taking the Board F.iamlnatlons in California can apply.
Kmployment ran be arranged for period prior to taking the
Board Fxaminations for pharmacists not registered in Cali
fornia. Salary and further details forwarded on request.
Write P. 0. Box 40ft, Santa Rota, Calif.
Haney Admits
Braves Must
Win All Gaines
Br CHARLES WELSH
PITTSBURGH, Sept. II WV
Manager Fred Haney adopted a
one-point pennant platform today
for his Milwaukee Braves:
"We've got to play each game
to win, and keep on winning," said
Haney.
"We can't depend on anyone but
ourselves. And if we win and still
can't catch the Brooklyn Dodger,
well, that's too bad." Haney, ol
course, is completely familiar
with the National League stand
ings. Before today's games, the stand
ings showed the Dodgers in first
place by a game, with the Braves
in the unfortunate position of hav
ing lost two more games than
their pennant rivals.
Tough Job for Braves
That means that even if the
Braves win all their remaining
games the Dodgers still must lose
two for Milwaukee to gain a tie.
September has been a rough
month for the Braves who started
it with high hopes of bringing
Milwaukee its sfirst National
League championsiTrfaiand World
Series. The Braves were sailing
along in first place, pursued by
the Cincinnati Reds and the Dod
gers. But the last road trip was rough
on the Braves while the Dodgers
made ham at home. In a stretch
of IS games Milwaukee's normally-potent
attack manufactured
only SI runs while the pitching
and defense yielded 80 to the op
position. "Our starting pitchers, who
have been our backbone all sea
son, just ran into trouble," Haney
said. "And unfortunately our of
fense failed at the same time. We
kind of figur the breaks will go
the other way from here in, and
it would help if the Dodgers run
into a little more trouble."
Dodger Win Streak
While the Braves were slumping
on the road, Brooklyn cleaned up
with 10 wins in 13 games at home
to take over the league lead.
To get his learn back on the
victory track, Haney shuffled the
Milwaukee lineup yesterday,
benching, among others, first
baseman Joe Adcock. .
"Without Adcock 's big bat we
wouldn't be where we are now,"
the manager acknowledged today
"Maybe what he needs is just a
little rest, then he'll get back in
the lineup and hit."
Haney said he plans to gp along
with the revised lineup "for a day
or so until we see how things go."
Frank Torre is playing first base,
Jack Dittmer at second and Bill
Bruton and Bobby Thomson in the
outfield.
OSC Ticket Sale
Best in 5 Years
OREGON STATE COLLKGE,
Corvallis, Sept. 18 ( Special Tick
et sales for Oregon State's four
home games continued to hold
steady ahead of the last five years,
Business Manager Jim Barratt re
ported today.
The Beavers open at home Octo
ber 13 against California, meet
I'CLA here October 27, and com
plete the seasoA on November 22,
Thanksgiving Day, against Oregon
at Corvallis. One game is slated
for Multnomah stadium in Port
land against Washington on No
vember 3. All four games will be
afternoon contests, with kickoffs
set for 1:30 p.m.
Sales have held about 15 per
cent ahead of previous seasons,
with season ticket returns the high
est since the construction of Park
er stadium.
Reserved seats for the Califor
nia, I'CLA and Washington games
are 13.50, with a M OO price on re
served seats for the Oregon Stale
Oregon game.
Red Hat Emblems Now
Available at Store
Sports organizations wishing to
pick up the "Red Hat Day" em
blems, pledge cards, etc., can now
do so at Wicklund Sporting Goods
Store, 372 State St., it was an
nounced Tuesday by Carl Aschen
brenner. The kickoff date for the "Red
Hat Days" campaign is Friday,
September 21.
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