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   Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 6, 1961, Beatrice, Nebraska                                TIGERS ALSO WIN Mantles triple ends mound Yanks win Bob Henderson Haenfler Jim Rumbaugh SOUTH SQUAD TO CRETE Sixtysix grid stars report at Shrine Camps Monday of Lincoln Wasla and t h e There are many other oustand two Negro lads will most likely ling linemen to build and make South a North has five allstate linemen in front of Broken Bows to name there are Jerry Lincoln High Larry Steng Kearney Don Fiedler Omaha FINAL 18 TOD AY Snick Poling 3up over Herh West on Coach Jim Sommers of Lincoln will headquarter at Dopne College in Crete while the 33 North Squad members converge on Mid 1 land under the At 1 oclock this afternoon Carl back Charley Jack White guidance of head Bill By AL RIDDINGTON Sports Daily Sun One of the brightest arrays of prep football stars to assemble in congregate tomorrow as 6fi young men report to t h e Smith and North camps in prepa ration for the Third Annual Ne1 the speed already mentioned in1 nsted as omtem fnr ihn thojouth will be a forj SqS arc Wood Alma and Nebraska Citys Going into Mondays physical 19 at the University of Nei on the squad will be sions nrt facts fig braska Memorial Kick Uoe Herkonlivnlv A lins On thl lwo squads outstandingi fast stepping b a c Central Bert Bellvue Kent But adding to i and Mike Aurora After two weeks of sweat nnd the two numbering 33 players will square off mer 8 man football of 8man The only former 8 man star NEW YORK AP Mickey Mantles eightinning triple backed up Jim Coates fourhit pitching Saturday for n 21 New York Yan kee victory over the Minnesota Mantles triple followed a single by Roger Maris nnd broke up a fine pitching battle between Coates and lefthanded Jack Kra Ikk of the Minnesota scored in the flirst in ning when Zorro Versalles moved to third Harmon Kille brews single nnd scored on Bob Allisons single past third The Ynnks tied it up in Hie sec With one Elston Howard bent out a slow bounder behind second base for a single nnd took second when Bill Tuttie threw out Bob Bill Skowrons looping double to short which fell be tween Jim Lemon and drove in The Twins didnt have a hit aft er their two singJes in the first until Versalles bounced a hit through the middle and legged it into a double with one out in the Although Versalles took third on Lenny Greens fly Killcbrew popped up for the third victory the Cleveland In After the Tigers blew a 71 lead and let the Indiana come within one run of tying the Schef fing brought in Banning to pitch the last two The lanky who has a 128 rec ord in 25 came through with two hitless innings that helped the Tigers stay within 1V games of the leagueleading New York Phil the Tigers was belted out in the seventh in ning when the Indians scored four Gerry the 40year old reliever just acquired from Kansas mode Ins Detroit debut and allowed two runs to cross in the seventh nn n double and an infield The Indians crackerl thrro homr Johnny Tempihit one in the Btihba Philips conned ed in the sixth nnd Wondif Held ht his In the Cleveland oni 11 2 Detroit 033 10 1 Allen Funk fernoth Slipmnn fi nud Ro mano Stnley Dun ning fl and Home runs Tem ple Phillips Held Wood Minnesota New York 100 000 010 000 01 Kralick and Battey Coates and What Else But Sports AL Doane Colleges gen ial athletic director and head foot ball gets a warmup to the Iflfil college gridiron season as Crete hosts the South Sqund of the Nebraska Shrine Bowl Game be liclc ginning Als a sports wri I lers right hand man when it com DFTROIT Man es to courtesies during Shrine says pie A track us well as football and hasi Lme off time will be 2 The South headed by the kctball the Fairfield athlete ager Bob soured on his backfidcF avj bul1 pcn uspl starting ace Snick Poling and Herb Weston and Bill teeoff on the final IS holes to de A gallery is welcome for to cide the 1961 Club Champ of Beat days final IS according to rice Country Pro Bob j Going into todays final SATURDAYS CARDS Poling is 3up on Both are Out former Club Par 434 443 It was the front nine which saw j Weston 444 454 Weston go three down during Sat Poling urdays 18hoIe Both men shot par 35s on the outside j Par In 435 443 454 433 On the first Poling went 1 up with a par 3 on Weston came back with a par on j 3 while Poling carded a onej over i At the end of six Poling was i 3up and by closing out the first j nine with a oneover par 3fi main tained his 3 stroke Weston i pitched an eighthit shuout all shot a Weston trimmed the disadvant age down to 2 strokes when Po Weston 45443343535 Poling 463 434 White gets HRs as Cards bag win ST LOU1S Simmons Stcphenson of Many AllStalcrs Tlie two squads will represent the cream of Nebraskas IDfiO high school football season and will be heavily sprinkled with all More than half of the 60 young stars were named to one allstate team or another at the close of the 1960 All profit from the Shrine Bowl will go for crippled The First Shrine Bowl Game played at netted r crippled boys and girls while the game last year at Ihe University of Nebraska showed a net of thus making the two year total a staggering I weight Line average nnd entire team average Bnckfield av up evenly on may give the South speed to In the event South decides nom take to the Coach Sommers I praf and ontire tcam wiJl have one of the states topjaverafit pass snaggers in Gary Haas or team Lincoln one of his own proj each averaging an even 6 Haas is topped in height bv i feel only two other players of the f6 flins wishing to purchase boys on both The Lincoln 1 contribute to the worthy end stands i charity football Blue In the forward South will Valle Shrine Club members will have guard Howard a 1701 haPe tickets More will pounder from McCook and 220j be announced within the next few pound Hastings L o n n i c i davs regarding sale of HOMESTEADER SHOOT SLATED FOR 13TH Jim Bunnini in a relief role Sat urday for the first time sea son and Bunning preserved a 7fi Wilber in finals tonight The Suns Own Service DORCHESTER A first inning double here Friday night sent Wilber Midgets into the finals of the Saline Fillmore Scward JIM SOMMERS A graduate MitlBel Tournament with a 3 0 of Lincoln High and preparing for i over his fourth year as head coach of Tonight at 9 Bill Lover will again be director of the South Camp With the South Squad headquartering at the young stars and their four coaches will be afforded the Use of a new gadget which should prove to an aid At a coaches clinic at Kan sas Director Papik and his head basketball Gene were impressed when given i demonstration of a reactor ma chine the past season whcn McCook had an outstanding powerful running back Vince hell murder nny pumpkin which is left laying about I One is married THERE he one married player in tinShrine Mow Game Squads Curt is a but t 58 and tips the scales at 1 58 Speaking of Following are sketches on each j of the four South Squad coaches his alma Jim at is the checks Midgets will take on rh youngest coach on either Shrine tcr SFS League champion Last seasjn Jims Links last i slliPEcter turned back Dorches Annual Homesteader the k 0 h tcr Friday i All of Wilbers runs came in the ling 3putted Poling went back to 3up on 12 with a five foot good for a Weston again trimmed the mar gin to 2up on 15 but on the next hole Poling chipped in from 25 feet out for a birdie 3 and the On 17 each landed in the left putt to drop and Weston a five each running in his putt as Poling remained Each singlesand Bill White smashed i The array of yoil1R stars w two homers in leadne a 13hit St i Ot only run so thal Louis Cardinal attack for a 7 0 I chidren can walk bllt fv to victory over the Philadelphia Phil the Twin CUics Unit HosDtal and lies Simmons joined White as a Trophy Shoot will be held at Be and then wcnt on to atnce Gun I consecutive wins After openiii his ifirst innin8 on a base cleaning Practice traps will open at 10jcareer at Lincoln HMi in l95J hv Ed and the program is slated with a 53 record Jim now has an overall mark of 207 mdicntin to start at 11 Robbie Sebek led off in the boMom of the first Wilber with StSSemanyb S the Drawer is do n a With one Paul 1 S i send all inquiries to Leigh j with the Rnfm0 Dietrich was on via an error and run being cared for by the as assistants to Coach r InL White drove in three runs with is 12th and home runs and who had two I w 1C hits in three batted in two Kearney and j corded in official records The shoot is certified by the u o f u vvith the Links becomim Ub Beatnce Gun Club I head coach of the the South thc Joe Novak waited out a walk 12th and 13th home at will Amateur trapshooting rulcs j mnnc koX be Bo Falls Citv u Falls Citv ll i attonclin and all scores will be ic Jim earned six betters in with a double The veteran now Haenfler of Rounding out the North Stuff are j j tie Omaha Tech and Mark Rusi ners include 100 targets 16 yards Simmonss shutout was Broken I 50 targets and dou ened in the eighth when Lincolnite To Be wo llt to load the was on 18 in three and two Ken Boyer erred on a ground ball j Of special interest is that after The public is invited aiTd there head coach was assistant for two to oat lle Jt was then that Shimerda slapped out his 3 run Paul Butch Dietrich chucked a 2 hitter for Wilber and walked His teammate support was A Other than the first inning hits Art Mirris added a single in the three as he lettered twice in the Bowl Game North head coach will be lunch available on theso to Weston defeated Dick j But the lefty bore striking Stephenson willbecome head fact grounds Clyde Everett and Gil Stevenson out Tony Gonzalez to close out the ball coach at Lincoln Southeast to reach the Poling turned Pair of 2run homers aid Chi assistant track Musf be alert DOANE COLLEGE purchased one of these machines and South Squad members will be the first to test The reactor is some what along the lines of a large pad ded panel which stands On each end of the pane is swimging On the stationary center panel is perched a football A coach moves the helmet and either the right or left panel wing slaps at a charging defen sive The charging gridder keeps an eye on the helmet sig nifying the ball when it is moved to the left via the coach he knows the left panel will swing to block his path of prog It will take split second action on the part of the charging gridder to escape the swinging The pad which snaps toward him has a force of around 80 pounds AN EXPERT hostdirector last year of the South Papik is a veteran of football including the knowledge of proper The Cards j thus actually making both top their j coaches of the Shrine Bowl Lin OUM i i Philadelphia 000 000 8 1 Louis 100 060 13 Lehman 5 and crowded all I scoring in two Beatrice Concrete Blue League king Gridders on the two squads will Beatrice Concrete produced a represent schools of the Class Aj tie breaking rally in the last Souths Bob Henderson hails from Falls City and is no strang er to Beatrice High As head coach of the Bobs foot ball teams have constantly been a thorn in the side of Beatrice Wertz big gun as Boston wins Tnhncnn j i C category as well as 35 towns I inning Friday to defeat CocaCola CHICAGO AP Tworun Smmonsand and citic3 A m o n g I fi for the championship of the i Simmons runs White homers by Jim Landis and Luis Aparicio posvered the Chicago Whte Sox to an 83 victory over the Washington Senators Satur Landis 15ch homer of the year highlighted a threerun rally in the seventh inning which broke a 33 tie and Aparicio clubbed his HOLDREGE spon third homer in the eighth sorship of the Holdrege YR1 Blue League Tournament for ball teams have now won 53 01 games while his gridders have Holdrege to have car racing track Class C all staters on the South Squad is Deshlers Rod n The Third Annual event wi 1J i After a 11 tie in the first inning I at Peru as a halfbacl see North seeking its first w i I Concrete sneaked 21 in the r an prep career South Squad won 76 second but Cokes went 32 a Bnb fourj homer of the season With a mate and rookie Carl Yastr contributed a pair of RBI the only other Wilber j facilities for the young Shrine When the Doane Tigers report a short time after the Shrine Bowl Game Papik will be start ing his 7th year as athletic di rectorfootball coach at But was no stranger to Doane and Crete community sports fans when took over his job nearly seven years He was an athlete at Crete High before becoming a standout football player at Fans are quick to point out that BOSTON slugger Vic Wertz drove across four runs with a double and single s basket1 Saturday as the Red Sox defeated Kansas Don hitting his fourth and last paced by Beatrices Bob Holms three South rac ed to a 46 7 j To Honor Holm fifth bagged the win and was named by s p o r t s i championship for in the But that ended the Coke scor ing and the 3 run rally in the i Straght Wms Hell wear fans will 32 last year as Bobbin Bop Hohn scored three This year South 32 will be worn by Omaha Westsides Terry a fill the jersey worn lastyear y Wymores Joe McNul The exWymore nnd soon a Husker to will see speed demon Gale Sayers sporting No 31 with the South Fans have read of flashy Gale Negro ace from Omaha Central but al though hes noted as a flashy back on dont be surprised if he doesnt turn out to be one of the outstanding defensive players as a linebacker come J91 WE SHALL watch with keen in terest one member of the North coaohmg Dick Christie was a top prep athlete when we cov ered sports at Shenandoah fowa now head grid coach at Omaha was an allstate full back while a star at Hes in his seventh year at Oma ha after serving as coach several years at While on the North it is interesting to note that one of the longest runs owned by a member of either quad is a 102yard TD ramble y Jim Murphy of Kent VIcLloughan and his exBroken Bow teammates make little men tion of it because it was against Broken Bow that Murphy made the He took a pass intercep tion in the end zone on the last play of the game when Broken Bow all away but had the contest tucked Great combination THE PLAYER squad to resent the two Shrine Bowl teams is loaded with brilliant young stars who will perform at their peak come Whether youre a football fan or you should jot down the date and make it a point was the to attend dollars will help ing His Bengals are now work on a football string of 19 I I I U U 1 The victory was the sev jnK the late as a J60 in last nine gomes for the HAENFLER Grant VT i t I I i v A il I Chuck Hmtons fourth homer ot a new quartermile stock car rac scribes as the outstanding back of Two walks Zimmerman and Highs veteran who surely J u 9 S6V u8 toELck is bfiinR on the 1960 and Souths Bob I Runge with an error sandwich deserves the distinction of being enth had lifted Lhe Senators into i the Phelps county fair grounds Peterson from outstanding i ed in followed by Hauntthe Dean of Nebraska Prep a 33 tie after the Sox had scored 1 Approximately will be They will receive awards i zenroders single produced t h e i has during 24 years corn t the revived Towering Boston righthander three unearned runs in earlier in Aparicio collected four of against four defeats on a yield of a demolition seven Washington 020 000 7 2 Chicago 001 200 11 1 Ga b I e 7 and Green Pizarro and Carreon Pizarro Home runs Hin ton Landis Ap arcio Gene Conley was credited with his fifth triumph against 10 losses though he couldnt handle Athlet ics rookie Dick He lined his second homer into the lef t c L II Jll Lilt SCV CHin intllJlpJ expended on the project with the during halftime ceremonies Aug i winning j piled an amazing gridiron record i Howsers sacrifice fly brought in larger part of the work Knisely led the Concrete hitting rrf 54 and 9 Lh As scconrf run in the fifth after he had singled his first two Wortz crashed a tworun triple off the wall in left center high lighting a fourrun third Vic singled for one run in the fourth and doubled for another in the Kansas City 001 010 101 12 1 r Frs on lhp new f South fans will he able to boast i attack with a double and Twice his teams tied for a I conference crown but on 1 oc taved oven in the casions have won race Program will include t speedsters Gale Omaha hitting also getti n g a native of South Dakota he at races and ceitrai DieW in n i cago s 11 He also had a to be called the Holdrege of three of the fastest backs in the Grabber also singled Tiiln rnngueoSnt Oii tentatlwlv sct for Coach Somrners will have Using Coke stave he race roram will i t and the fabulous Bobby Williams and Wahl each collected Prohable Pitchers Astocinlorl Pros American League Minnesota Ramos 812 Schroll 00 at ew York Ford 192 and erry 71 2 Cleveland Perry 89 and Grant 105 at Detroit Mossi 112 and Foytack 76 2 Kansas City akow 2R4 and Archer 76 at Boston Cisco 14 end Stallard 00 or Muffett 211 Washington McClain 711 and Kutyna 63 at Chicago erbert H710 and Pierce 57 2 Los Angeles Donohue 44 at Baltimore Hall 54 Natonal League he was an outstanding Dierberger was the losing chuck fullback and was voted the teams the win going to Knisely and most valuable He started his career in Nebraska prep coach ing at and has now been at Grant 22 As basketball Walker Kunkel 4 and Pigna Boston 024 301 11 0 coach at Grant his rounndball i lano Conlcy and Nixon teams have a 5348 record Howev ky Home How Buddin Henrys Bowl is tournament champ Henrys Bowl bounced back from his rnain finds p a defeat at the hands of Geiger i mm working on a string of 24 coni 1961 irA anti lxat grocery i He was named NP Friday afternoon 7 for the i braska Coach of the Year in championship of the Red League Tourney of the YR1 JfM RUMBAUGH The harlier in the week Geiger had ias anothfr CJf m gained new life in the tournament PITCHER HOMERS Pirates top 11 to 7 CINCINNATI AP The PittsBut the Pirates locked it up with burgh Pirates runs in a threerun outburst in ihe first two innings with Bob Those by handing Henrys Bowl a 60 Henrys chucker limited Geiger to a lone a single by The Bowl pitch er helped his own cause with a first inning Wolf led Henrys with a pair of The other hit was a single bv Tecumseh lassies tipped by Talmage Special The Tecumseh Girls softball town lost lo Talmage by a score 16 The game was very close and Te up the collegeeurnsoh missed their chance t o there and attended Kearney j win in the seventh inning when At Kearney Jim lettered four i they had the bases loaded in in He was an all confer ence end his two last years at iree times and yet they failed to At the end of the regulation 7 the score was tied at 11 In the extra inning Talmage he made the NCC aJl loop team and was honorary co captain a couple of His promptness and eagerness to co operate with South coaches as well as players combined with Cretes allout Doane the logical site for South Superior ace ODELL GRID fans will have an added interest in this months Shrine Bowl It isnt kown just how long South Squad mem ber Larry McCord lived at but the outstanding young Super ior high athlete was bom At Superior Larry lettered four years in each football and track In addition to being schools 1 scorer in basket Larry qualified in two state track meet events last Al 19 years Larry will be the oldest 185pounder who stands Lar ry says he will attend the Univer ing hundreds of crippled Iwys and girls in the Twin Cities unit Shrinera Hospital in A very worthy cause and yet a top sports a great com bination Hawkins Junior champ Tom Hawkins is the IfMil Junior Handicap Tournament champ a t Beatrice Country In the championship match on Hawkins defeated Kelley The two played but 8 of the 9 hole for the S holes card sity of Every Shrine ed a White turned in a 13 Bowl member has a favorite athHawkins rwirred 2 and No i While many pick an athlete White nationally McCord says his so to is Nebraskas THE SOUTH Squad will have one player who was born outside he United He is Lincoln lighs Basyl a 175 guard who stands I Skinner driving m three of to an 117 victory Saturday fitId die Hie National Leagueleading Cm homer bv Pittsburgh Francis 14 and Mi cinnati i Bean ill 48 at Cincinnati Otoole 11i The canu on a single bv hero a walk and then had two oul a two run Al Me over for Southwest Open golf at Holdrege Consolation of tho Junior Tour years he srrvcd with t h e scored 5 runs and Tecumseh was I Basyl was horn m Poland and in Armed Upon l unable to score at all and so the j the Shrine Game will be wearing The two l he took over the over all couchI game ended i No 72 Tlu I Uo Doming onto To reach the Hawkins de feated Steve Palmer 31 Ken Sebby 32 and Doug Ricldington 2 Kdloy reached the fiiml match with the following victories Wayne Kiecher 1 up Steve Randall 1 up and Don Garton ing at David City where his 2 Hunt out of the box with i UWago Urtis 75 at Los An four runs in the opening inning l Pittsburgh 0 133 0 and thei1 contiued to hammer at j Cincinnati CJoninger 22 or Wil relievers Jay Hook ley 45 at San Francisco Mari1 It was Hunt 87 defeat Philadelphia Owens 15 and Alter spoiling the at Louis Sadecki six the Keds pulle i tention at 64 alter three Bean teams won three confer sell and Sandy Hunt ence towns and his romulballers an copped a state Class U champion nujtl Southwest Nebraska open In 1MJ his David City grid 4n in i nmn i i Wl1 at the j ders went After seven Ml 14 1 Holdrege country club Au 1 013 001 13 the club management lias years at Jim went back to Gikwwi 2 i The North Squad which I the 9th UM Shirley Ford pitched for trains at also has a grid was t h e i der born elsewhere than in theU S Friday Fights Duane Hors C h a t f i e 1 Henry Joey San 145 outpointed The exOmaha North who tips the scales presently at was born at Crete will probably again go to the extent of digging up some piz Last year it was Omahas 225 pound Paul Lima who got the spe Hawkins Kelley aru cards on Champ K el ley 537 55x3M 536 564 77x43 STILL TIME TO ENTER Pro Bob Legenzu reminds hat the deadline for entering two tournaments at H o a t r i c e ntw greens were da dish during the steak fry at Countrv Cluh u n ins M year Japan Sema i Crete Country McCooksl theri ri record in football at 7735 j 17 outpointed KenHoward Borg says theres nothing Aug Jhll for i 4 JaD 10 better than His statement oi   

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