Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1960 Page: 4 of 8
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P Sports Writer
"•v Hot'.; of Cardinals art- in
Musrh stadium and there
Si m Musial or a baseball
">■ nc thorn Thli croup is
tuotball uniforms. They
; from Chtcapo, and
r- trip S Ijnus Cardinals of
i1 ma! Ko I'baM I^ aKue They
ri-; that the change in scen-
11 lift them out ot the Na-
Kootiiall l<ea ;ue cellar As
(\i! rtinals they finished
ti i the past three years
M.iljv the shift in cities is the
■ ■ chanse the Cardinals ha\e
'i tu j M i some with basical-
i - une team thiy had last
minus [tick "Night 'I rain"
I (' Keynoldly. anil Wood-
• ii Coach I'op Ivy is hoping
. t he h.id will be better this
• "mp tlunq. he l as two f)uar-
.. i i were only sophomore
. ytar. and now should
• .• *i'• 11 from the experience
j. . i i-U up during the cam-
tin \ are KmiJ Hill, and
i h Neither is of th esil-
• .! i ategory nor has either
i i|i. ability to take charge
he field i'ne suddenly could
and that would be a
"H surprise for 1 v > - Along
liiil .iri-i Roach is a newcomer,
i n who did the quarter-
; iiia and passing tor Notre
Hi- displayed a great tibal
. ■ .-,s college player, but
!:•■ is an unknown quality
holdovers aie back to
New York 82
1 Baltimore 83
! Chicago 81
handle the halfback jobs. John Washington 71
David Crow, Bobby Joe Conrad Cleveland 70 70
and Joe Childress Crow and Con-i Detroit 64 77
lad were running mates at Texas 1 Boston *>1 80
A & M and did some fancy stepp- Kansas City 50 90
mw: through the National Football National
League last year. Crow was the Pittsburgh 85 54
team's top gruund gainer, picking st_ Louis 79 59
up 6t;0 yards, and averaging about Milwaukee 79 61
55 yards a carry. Conrad turned | Angeles 76 63
out to be the top Cardina lpoint I gan Francisco
M! I WVl'KKK
I I WOK
scorer, thanks to his accurate toe.
He missed only once in 31 tries for
the extra point, and was successful
in mx of tune field goal attempts.
Mai Hammartc once again is the
number one fullback on the club.
He is backed up this time by Frank
Mcstnik. a rookie who looked good
enough in the warm-up period to
be.it Larry Hickman out of a job.
Hickman was the second string full-
back last year
Another rookie who may make
the club is halfbat'K Willie West of
Oregon He oidn't hurt his chances
any wilh a touchdown run in last
weekend's exhibitio nvictory over
One loss the Cardinals suffered
in the past few days was veteran
end Woodley l*wis. He was picked
up bv the Dallas Cowboys under
the league rules which provide for
the stocking of the NFL's new en-
DETROIT i# — Manager Paul
Richards of the Baltimore Orioles
h "i hep-.' to hav ea well-rested pit-
ching staff to throw against the
New York Yankees in the four-
game series this week-end. But
those hopes were dashed last night
v hen he used eight pitchers In an
11 to 10 victory over Detroit. AM
told. Richards used 23 players. In-
cluding nine outfielders. Only the
infield remained intact throughout
the game. Richards commented
"I don't know how that happened.
That was a master stroke."
Golf Play Today
On Two Fronts
ST. LOUIS — Two more
rounds are being played today in
the national amateur golf tourney
in St Louis. By nightfall, the field
will he reduced to four semi-final-
alists The survivors include four
19-year-olds. They're Phil Brown-
lee ot Canada, Steve Spray of ln-
dianaola, Iowa Harry Root of
Tampa, Florida; and Chuck Lewis
of Little Rock, Arkansas, who up-
set defending champion Jack Nick-
laus yesterday. Other survivors in-
clude the 1955 and '56 champion.
Harvie Ward of San Francisco, and
Bill Hvndman of Abington, Pennsy-
lvania, who was a finalist in the
Britsh amateur tourney last year.
U. S. Needs Work
LONDON The assistant
I coach of th® U- S. Olympic track
1 and field team warns that Ameri-
I ca must begin building immediately
for the 1964 games. If we don't
says Bud Winter of San Jose Stale
College, we face the possibility of
becoming a second-ratp athletic
power. Winter, who's in London,
"There's no time to waste. The
TACOMA '.?i — Plav begins today
in the $25,000 Tacoma, Washington,
onen golf tourney,
field numbers 152.
Rome Olympics showed us that the
whole world is on the move athle-
tically. If we are to hold our posi-
tion, we must tackle our job more
aggressively than ever before."
The word Mormon is a combi- !
nation of the English word "more" j
and the Egyptian word "mon."
which means "good" — thus,
I didn't forgefl
PITTSBT'RG .? — Although Stan
Williams of the I>os Angeles Dod-
'.:ri-s struck out 13 Pittsburgh Pii>
ate batters last night, he still
wasn't completely satisfied. WIL
I: irns says
I just didn't have my control.
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U. S. D. A. Intp«efed
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Texas Toastin' Bread 2
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Iced Raisin Bread
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Stuffed Olives ^ 33*
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Beef Enchiladas Meda in See Aefeefe* ts si*
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Barbecue Beef c«"«V ^w,:;f,rWi. c.t
Ranch Style Beans
Eagle Chili Powder
Anstei Beef Stew c..^.
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Alcoa Aluminum Foil
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Blossom Time Milk i.950
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