Nov. 13 - Game split
1 Red Likes Style Of Japanese Pair Associated Press TOKYO, Japan Red Schoendienst, manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, said Tuesday he was impressed impressed by the skill of the Japanese players and would like to have at least Some Japanese players are very good," said Schoendienst whose Cardinals have a 10-3 10-3 10-3 record in their 18-game 18-game 18-game goodwill tour of Japan "I would like to have at least ...... r i. t - - it. inw ui, uie Japanese wuu uie Cards home run king Sadaharu Oh of the Yomiuri Giants and Yutaka Enatsu, the left-handed left-handed left-handed pitcher of the Hanshln Tigers. Enatsu is one of the best left handers I've seen. He's got good curve ball and a good change-up. change-up. change-up. As for Oh, I don't believe believe we could pay enough to interest interest him." ' Oh, who won his- his- seventh straight home run title last season season by hitting 49, makes about Best in Nation Morris, Hixson Score, Pass NEW YORK (AP) Eugene Morris of West Texas State and Chuck Hixson of Southern Methodist Methodist continue to dominate the yardage and scoring races in major college football, statistics showed Tuesday. Morris is the country's leading scorer with 108 points and the top ground gainer with 1,459 yards. Hixson leads in total offense offense with 2,368 yards and in passing with 56.8 per cent of his passes completed for 2,439 yards. According to the National Collegiate Collegiate Sports Service, Morris can break the season rushing record if he gains 112 yards in his final game against Colorado State U. Saturday. The record of 1,570 is held by Fred Wendt of two of them with the Cards. $97,000 a year, plus lucrative contracts for endorsements. Enatsu gets about ?50,000 in salary, plus extras. Asked about the Cardinals' prospects for winning a third straight pennant in the -National -National League, Schoendienst said, "It's difficult to say how we'll do. Only time will tell. But we must remember that the Cards won the pennant even though several key players didn't have good seasons. This includes Orlando Cepeda and Tim McCarver. "Some people say the Cards rely too heavily on Bob Gibson for their pitching. No team ever has enough pitchers and we could use some help. We have several young pitchers in the minors who may be ready for the majors next season, One of them, Mike Torrez, is with us in Japan and looks pretty good. Torrez scattered seven hits Tuesday as the Cards won 5-3 5-3 5-3 over a team of players from the Yomiuri Giants and the Hiro shima Toyo-Carps. Toyo-Carps. Toyo-Carps. Schoendienst said he thought the Cards had ' strengthened themselves with trades. The ac quisition of Vada Pinson from Cincinnati to take the place of outfielder Roger Maris, who is retiring, was one of the most important. important. "We are always interested in good trades," said the manager. "But I haven't heard anything lately from the front office." Schoendienst had a word of advice for future U.S. teams who plan to visit Japan. "They should play in Japan right after the season ends at home," said Red. "The Cards came here 14 days after the World Series. It gave us two weeks of rest which doesn't seem much but it was enough time to get out of condition."