The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 280, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 16, 1962 Page: 3 of 6
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SWC Game Of Week
In Austin Saturday_.
^ Rv rnlfM Press Jnt^rnatjonal ^
Guess what’s going on at the camps of No. 1 rated
Texas and No. 6 ranked Arkansas — who play each other
this weekend at Austin. Defense and lots of It.
Arkansas coach Frank Broyles said his Razorbacks
go back to fundamentals today.
’ I can't remember evei h*-' ___
LIVES UP TO NAME -
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By Alan Mover
fore going into the fifth game
of the season knowing nothing
about our running defense.'’!
Broyles said, sadly shaking his
He said the Porker defense
has.not been tested against a
running team this year and that
Texas made hamburger of his
team on the ground last year.
Texas Coach Darrell Royal
said he could hardly find words
to describe his impression of
Arkansas' ability to move the
"We've got our
Southern Methodist In Dallas :
SA1U emphasized kicking and
conditioning Monday. Tackle
Art Raines was out of the line-
up with an infected hand. He is
expected to see action against
full just trying to slow Arkan-
sas down this week ' lie said
l Reg. U S. Pat Off.
1 By United Frees International
I O RAD ELL, N J. Astronaut;
| Walter Schirra. reacting to the!
hands really j hero’s wpicome he received in
his home town:
"I’ve had a lump m mi’ j
"We have no hope of stopping! throat all day, my heart is veryi
them Well do we If just to full j
slow them down " ~ “ |
Royal said the Razorbacks SAN FRANCISCO — Yankee i
‘'have the ability to score big base ball manager Ralph Houk,
and 1 think it's obvious we I predicting the outcome of final |
fjfyn’f " game of the 1962 World Series; ;
"It'll be a real fine football We re going to "in The\
gamp — from the spectators' ought to fire me if I didn ' think
viewpoint/' Royal said: "I so
THE CTTEft© RECORD. Tuesday. Oct. 16, 1962 3
By HILTON RICHMAN
SAN FRANCISCO — (UPD-
By PETE HOWERTON
Record Staff Writer
The top two Cuero football i Cuero'* 7th graders sport a
teams won and lost last -week,
the Gobblers taking their
HeevTiTo l ro-
j game from The
Who L the unsung'hero spiking ! ^ans the Dau,p RaT‘? '
: the Yankees’ biggest guns? | dur,Wed encounter with
None other than blustering ^ross Bumblebees by a G-.
Tom Clancy Sheehan, a former !'!ally'.B°,h Eamos wer* l^nr
hotel house dick, who once- was 1*1 acascv
accused of nearly limping-the Large .crowds attended each of
! San Francisco Giants into the! ,h«e SamPS an« al! fo,)r
: involved displayed stout, de-
The loss by the Rams was
| San Marco* and Cuero. frndjp
I feated for the full season
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— ■ • ■
^sas *ame Friday night at Cuero
rhij j San Marcos «3-0) won by a four
Take a quick
Mickey Mantle is hitting a
sickly 091. Elston Howard,
.176, Bobby Richardson, .ITS.
their second of
lost record. As for the Gobblers.; city clashes with Lamar Con-
3-won, 2-lost record, wlule tire
8th grade team has a two-won,
In other games in Texas
week there are four tilt* j point margin over Seguin in tire
booked that should hold the District opener last Friday
spotlight a UPI release re- whjle Quern «t-0-l > nipped Beo
veahd Monday. All but la high ... _. ,
school games this week a re I vlU*' —•
District affairs. With the season half gone,
As above - stated unbeaten -/San Marcos holds victories over.
Untied San Marcos entertains Lockhart. South San Antonia,-
the year and | the once - tied Cuero Gobblers, Uvalde. Kerrvll'le and Seguin.
a two won. two- in „ crucial game, and BayjA’hile Cuero has won from Hal
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would advise anyone holding a
ticket not to give it away "
B.rnyles said he was not sure
about the status of fullback
'Billy foe Moody and .Urn Won
tbmeton. both injured
Baylor roach John Bridgers
Longhorns Rated In
Top Spot In Nation
! Friday's win was their fourth 1 solidated in a showdown strug-1 «hd Beeville and has a 6-6 draw
’of the year and they have only gi? ’ ; with Yoakum,
the 6-6 standoff with the Yea- ° in AAAA. Housion S. F Aus- Ih District play. San Marco*,
kum Bulldogs to mar their re-j ah lays it's untarnished record' Cuero and Sam Houston ar#
cord. on the line against once-beaten!^^ *or fbe lead. Sam Hoys*
Must confess that we have not ; pre . 5nason favored Houston Iton w'hich trounced Gonzales^
seen the Rams in action this! 'Lamar' and • Harlandale (SAG 3<Vi2- last. Friday, is scheduled
year but we have attended ail! tackles once - beaten San An- t0 P!*-v at Seguin.
Gobbler tilts with the exception! tomo Jefferson
of the one with Yoakum. Only a couple of dozen seams'
This week, the (kibblers play, remain unbeaten and untied tn‘
'he Sun Marcos Rattlers here AAAA and AAA w-rth six m|v
life-long friend of/Giant.! 111 another District affair and ers unbeaten but tied
ov/n^r H^rac^ Sfon>-h-am and ;1'16 HattJers ar*5 rep^t^dly a usual. Texas high school r'leiri
that no one in baseball could ! P|e"'v' tugged outfit Some lo- football competition appears to:
out-do him ai telling stones ei | r;i' football followers predict on the way to another inter- .
1 that hie District 14-AAA rare e&titfg year. Gonzales
this year will be between , the _____ ' / ■' ■ DULL SEASON
and Roger Maris, .211.
Sheehan, a tug man—he s 6-
foot - 3 and 250 pounds —■ can
take an equally big bow for
those undernourished Yankee
figures because he's the guy
who scouted them and brought
the reports back to Giant man-
ager Alvin Dark.
Claim To Fame
Up to now. Sheehan's big-
gest claim to fame was that he
w I t pt* opp
VATICAN CITY The Vati-j NEW YORK (UPI)— Texas raska Oregon. Missouri. Duke
can City newspaper Osserva- f we]1.baIanced Longhorns, who j Maryland, West Virginia.
begin defense of tlieir South-
west Conference titte Saturday,
tore Romano, on what promis-
es to lie a free-swinging and
two I lively debate on issues before . ... . ,
°! private sessions of the Ecume-1 «’™ named the nations No. 1
"It is natural that inside ecu-
pmmoted four ptaxers to the 1 memcal councils there should
'-tarting team Monday Ttey develop what in parliamentary
\'/rp Senior halfback Don parlance are called parlies of
Adams of. Groesbeck, <opho- 'be center, of the light, of the
wlore1 end Ken itodge of Carroll-! according to their
. tor, end .Tames .Ingram of Ocies- rate oi stiffer positions, and
« . a ;:id full be k Dalton Free-! there «h<>uM be talk of opp<>
•*' aof Ballitv/er Tackle Bob-, sl,:on
Fy Crenshaw of Pasadena was
’ • we 1 from, the third team -to
the second squad
Ravlor plays Texas Tecli in
'Vaco Faturrlay and the Red
Raiders ran through a
Joe. Ford, on the death of Agen-
re F'rance Press reporter Paul] a^.
Guihard during the riots on the
siiort ( University' of Mississippi cam-
major college football team for
the second straight week Today
by the United Press Internation-
al Board of Coaches
Unbeaten in four starts thus
far. Texas was the top choice
mode-1 11 of the 35 coaches who
) comprise the UPI rating board.
' Alabama, which lost out in the
fight for the top spot a week
! ago by only five points, again
Sheriff j was second this week, gaining
the support of 10 coaches for
Iowa and New Mexico. Only
Mississippi and Southern Cali-
Sheehan follow ed the Yank-
ees around like a bloodhound the
last few weeks. of the season
and the consensus was that lie
was' going to get nothing but
exercise because the Dodgers
In a contidenti.il moment o,
two. even Clancy. as he is
'Rattlers and Sm, Houston of
1 D;iule"s Rains move nao ano-
ther loop tussle .with the Gon-
zales Gophers Saturday night /
and, the Gophers w ill have the
advantage of playing on the
A quartet of Cuero junior
teams will get the pigskin par-
ade roiling Thursday, on which .
Mlngj Tops In
DALLAS i UPI
go's kicking foot is
niovmg the Denser
■ Sam' Houston
Gene Min- Beeville
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popularly known, felt it was
teams drew votes Jove s labor lost but he hung in
there doggedly anil made eopi- j 'J/’-V Coach Ray Palmotips
oils notes about the Yankee;hit-.1 Gobbler B team goes to New
forma, both unbeaten in three torR rvery d-iy /Braunfels.-^ with this, lib slated
starts, drew two first - place '•_ ■ to get underw ay at-7,30 o’clock.
At the same hour. Skipper Jod-
die Witte's 9th grade Toms w ill
be hosts to the 9th graders
from Comal county at Gobbler
Ci MiiCs-three and Cur /tjvolv-
lubs. v ill lie 7th
tiark towards new. American
votes each while Arkansas and
LSU drew one vote each for
the top spot.
Final Series Game
All-Even On Bcfs
NEW YORK 'UPD- - R w as
' betrha money and take your , mg Cuero ..............
pick" for today/s final game of and 8hi grade ganics in Yoa-1
CHICAGO i UPD - T h e
Chicago White Sox today an-
nounced the outright sale of
scheduled to begin at 6/69, p.
nr and -the/'second .a! ..7.'90
s '.eat-shirf drill M.onbav. Coach ' !1L)^
J T Kine also worked‘out with "Whoever pulled that trigger
his quartrrbai ks to fill the! "anted to kill him I am quite
breach Jeff bv/the iniurv 0f | sure anyone shot in the back
on art or ha i;k Johrinv 1/oveiacr G'ould fall face forward. He
Hi./ . five A,.r. broken Saturday | w as found lying face up with
his glasses on
loss'to 1'exas Christian.
Tf't . c . top , three reft half-
t'i -ks were out; with injuries
Monday Larry Bulatch a soph-
r.ore was expected to be
'■■‘/’dy for Saturday's game a-
g'unst Texas A AM at College
. anon Dorune Smith,'.'regular
TCU left halfback, has an jn-
j tred anklp. Halfback .Terry
.'ark Terrell, who 1 -t.>k a toe
th.e Arkansas game,' reinjur- v[,]o
Far c orn
With points tabulated on a
basis of 19-.9 - 8 -7.- 6 - 5 ^ 4 - . , ,, ,
3-2-1 for votes from first: ,hiw Pla-vers t0 Indianapblis of
through 10th, Texas drew 297 "'9 American Association to
points, one more than a week j f roster to 38 and make
the No j ! room for minor league plav-
ago, while Alabama,
choice of 18 coaches last week,
slipped 25 points for a total of
, r TAt last week
/Ifxas A&M wen'
'. *'d w ork-hit lie Mond i;
• '-’am dress'. ■ dull imp
I rw« to- k-ckir ' drills and'
- v ce.|-,m.rnii>- i'ullbaek
.’ • ;:ry Rogers. w.-ho - • out the
f ’ 1 game • 'x i'J.; -> ic.m, v '
• r’-n-ped' 'o ■ e: V /;c
, r. r No: f fullback Cork?
nfiCM,...suffered a idlest in-.
' M "d o ccinipleiely d.s-
a/'iiUK t ie Ow l fullback I di'ps ;
P i- ;rl U a- t I >tii Pipe and
”t ..Martirs' ah suffered injur-
es ::i 1 i-d s.i t tirrliy
' :t/ Oregon.: All of tlie full-
LOCAL GRAIN MARKET
(TERO CASH GRAIN MKT.
......./.;...... 2 90 cwt.
on farm ... 1.00 bu.
■•Ugh. a. Far Coni ________ (del.) 1.15 bu.
ers to protect them
Sold to Indianapolis were
! catcher Bob Roselli. lnlielder
Boh Sadowski and pitcher
Verle Defenthaler. Roselli, 31.
had a 188 batting average in 34
games last year: Sadowski. 25,
hit .231 in 79 games, and Tief-
enthaler, .25, allowed six hits
and four runs in the 3 2/3 in-
nings in the found.
TOO MANY HUNTERS
HOUSTON Tex ilPD-The
I ORT WORTH UVESTOCK
I ORT WORTH yUPI-USDA'
Cattle 1.600. calves 600, slau-
ghter steer and heifer trade tint
fully established':, other classes
active steady: two loads slau-
ghter steers 23.00; few sorted!
off at 21.00 gnc*d ig’nter cal-i
ves 2.3.50 - 25:00; standard 1 Mwbtgan
.20.00 ■ 23-75; good 500:,- 600 lb. ~
inn . feedei steers 22.30 - 25 00; me-
dium 29.00 - 23.00; good feeder!
Surprising Northwestern. 10th
last week, moved up to third
with pight first - place votes
and 189 points, while Mississip-
pi advanced one place to fourth,
swapping positions with South-
Arkansas. Texas opponent
this Saturday and the Long-
horns' top challenger for South-.
west Conference honors, also j „ „ 1
advanced one position to sixth: |
Ohio State, rebounding after a !
disastrous loss to-UCLA twoj
weeks ago, moved up from 12th I
to seventh; Wisconsin advance|.
cd from 13th to eighth: Wash- *CQ' ^
ington dropiied from sixth to i
ninth, and Louisiana State ad HARD ON TV SETS
vanned from 13th,to eighth: j BARRY. Wales H'PU —T b e
Washington dropped from sixth i South Wales FJertricitv Bcir'l
to ninth, and Louisiana .'Stale apologized to telex-ision v iew ers
advanced from 11th to 19th to j today for the sudden increase
round out the top 10. in voltage
UCLA eighth last week, head The upsurge blew but bund-
ed the second in. followed by! reds o[ sets and set fire to four
Georgia Tech. Neb- of them_
the World Series
The :oddsmaker,s, who had fa
cored the Yankees, in all six
previous games, fisted the fin- o'clock
ale a- an p en-n uney propose jn ;,-e iini":; tcanis depa.l-
tion ' ...meat; rile. B 'cam has ,a re-
-..... — - cord of t • J wm- ,tx • n,i;y - lo.-
cs and. a lie- The Kon-.s have
.lost /three, but came back to
from the j-blank a.Gonzales..team.here last
Horn me Harris Counts ..sheriff s Depart-. u(,r|..
men' decided Monday to rail!
off a massive mountain lion —
So many residents armedwith
shotguns, rifles. pistols and1''
bows and arrows were in the!
area t h a t the citi-l
zenry had to lie cleared out1
to avoid bagging a hun’er in-
stead of a cougar i
, San Marcos at Cuero
f ootball league scoring and Rl,3unfel, at Gonzales.
field goal records 1 Houston at. Seguin.
With only six games behind l>ast Week's Result#
bun 'and eight to go, the 6-1, 200-
po.unrl Ohioan who broke into
pro hall without the benefit of a
college career lias accounted
for practically half of the
Broncos 168 points ~ - most of it
w itli his foot.
Mingo scored 17 points in the;
Cuero 7, Beeville 6 , Sam Hou-
ston 30. Gonzales .12; San Mar-
cos 16, Seguin 12.
•kum,with the fust -contest i Broncos’ 23-6 victory over Oak-
land list week to push his sea-
son total jo S3, well over half
the league record of 14l set a
• ear ago by Boston Patriot
He kicked three field goals to
hpijst his season output to 15.
just three shy of his own 1961
AFL record of 18.
FRESH UP gMi jcleans Hard Ntt^^
By United Pres# International
HOLLYWOOD. Calif. (UPD
—Dwight Hawkins 119 Los
Angeles knocked out Manny
Linson. 120 1/2, Tijuana. Mr.\-
! " Ks were c^pected to return hplfpr, -o no - 2.3 00, good and |
'inn f ‘ • i the game with! choice feeder steer calves1
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Injuries Commillec Reports
ISOt On The Dial — 500 Watts
MONDAY THRI FRIDAY
? Sign On
6 f Mateo Perez
7 ' lusirat Clock
7 op of the News
S of fee Time-
- 9 olka Fir-^^o
1" 'PS in Pops.
1 orld New;
1. -Mas loday
r. 'pi ■ ’Jews
]. ■ -ding Post
I I’-m Report
12 ' , r:ns £. Needles
1 f ' lusica) Sho-vcase
2 ' ops in Pops
5 'ps in Pops
5 5 cn Off
1 3- Foika Parade
1 0/ singing, the
7 ?>' . unday Serenade
10 9* 'acred Heart Program
II i'" Prc-.v terian (Tiurch
10 Hour of the Oncified
1 50 swinging Fve
3 45 Rosary • „
• '.ice. of the Hour rut the Hour
‘Tloedllnp*" on the Half-Hour
! 24 50
Hogs 600, active,
bulk 1-3 grade J5>3 . 260 lb but-
chers 16 50 - 16.75; few 17 90.
17 23; Sows 1-3 grad* 300-500
Hr- 15 50 - 16 00
51 to 3 800. active, steady,
gocvl and rhciicp slaughter
iambs 17 O'/ - 1' no. good. and
i i hon a shorn ye Jrbngs 15 00-
1 15 5n utility- and good
j shorn «i*ughre-r
NEW YORK tUPD- A NCAA
special committee on football
injuries reported Monday that
steady . j mishaps occur in early-
' sea sen practice or the third
! period of games and involve the
j knee or ankle
rate lack of an adequate warm
up before starting the second
half Possibly we should urge
an extra time between halves
for a better warm-up Fewest
game injuries occur in the first
j quarter aft*: that long pre-
Athletic director Ernest Me- gam* warm - tip "
Coy of Penh State, ehairmani . A; for knee and ankle: iniur-
of the committee. 'aid a ;ur-! tea 'vnu-b make tip 62 per oept
v ev had-been under vyav -uv e. .-.f iniurie;. Nj-erov: - satd the
■ 1957 to:.determine mean; of/teams haie ./ood t'-.ajr.er,; • an. 1
wooied j cutting down the high toll of a he'k-uv.a .lot'df tipe but- h*
ewes G °0-j.mJune's- each season \ hoped sdrneone■ wotild .invent i
"it mav le vie need a new/ p-.e.-c • ' equipment .to...’protect
pile directing oq'ehes to spend llvt' t" ’< " eako-.t :<unt-- m
'-longer period of physical | the human bvL
conditioning in the fill before
TEXAS POULTRY PRICER
AUSTIN 'UPI - 5DA1 Foul
dry: jthey start knewkiiig heads in
South Texas — Sg rtort?ers;u . «crimrnag» McCoy said, re-
South Texas — Stronger, sup-j fernng to practice injuries
plies adequa** although some j "That w ould mean perhaps an
reports indicate slight short-1 extra week added to the allow-
ages. movement moderate
broiler* - fryers 3-3 1/2 lbs.
15.5 - 16 2 cents.
East Texas — Stronger of-
ferings and supplies adequate
'for fair demand. movement
brisk. estimated slaughter
359,650 head; broilers - fryers
15 - 16 3
ed fall prarticp schedule.
Tlm d - ..period injuries indi
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Mar. 33.97. up 2.
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