More Pay In Houk Contract By DON WEISS Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - The New York Yankees, happily paying the price of their 19th World Scries championship, are expected to sign Manager Ralph Houk to a two-year contract today at an estimated $40,000 a seaspn. The champs, who set the trend Wednesday by handing relief ace Luis Arroyo a bonus reported at $5,000 for his performance during (he 1001 season, have called a news conference at which Houk's signing is cxpecled lo be announced. The 42-year-old fighting major is anxious fo get started on a no- Iclephonc. much-fishing junket to Fiorina "and "Yankee General Manager Roy Hamcy indicated the club is just as anxious to gel him under contract before he heads south. Houk signed a one-year contract for about $,'!0,000 when he succeeded Casey Stengel as Yankee manager last fall. That he'll be back in charge next year and probably 1963 as well has been laken for granted. He is the third freshman manager in baseball history lo win a World Series. What? No Flags Flying On General Pulaski Day? TOPEKA (AP) - Gov. John Anderson forget the proclamation but yesterday was General Pulaski Memorial Day in Kansas. It's doubtful if many schools or churches remembered to observe the day as state law suggests. Flags were flying on public buildings—a requirement on General Pulaski day—but not because of a proclamation. Wallace White, Anderson's assistant who normally prepares proclamations, was stumped when he was reminded of the requirement. "General who?" he asked. Assured it was a formal event, he added, "By_gosh, we'll start looking in the files and get one out that we can use." Hack in 1935 the Kansas Legislature passed the act setting day aside as a holiday. Gen. Casimir Pulaski was a Polish soldier and was once com- mandcr-in-chief of the Polish pat riot forces. Driven into exile about 1772, he came to America and joined the Army of Washington in 1777. I He distinguished himself at j Brandywine and was made a ! Brigadier general. After fighting at Germantown and in the battles of the winter of 1777-78 he raised a mixed corps called the Pulaski LITWIN'S CASH I Door Busters Rayburn Given Cancer Drug MADISON, Wis. (AP)-The cancer control drug used in the treatment of House Speaker Sam Rayburn attempts to trick a hungry cancer cell into accepting a chemical which looks like food but is really a poison. The drug is 5 Fluor-Uracil. Dr. Charles Heidelberger, 40, of the McArdle Memorial Institute for Cancer Research at the University of Wisconsin, directed tho scientist team which developed the drug in 1954. He said it is a deterrent to further cancer growth rather than a cure. The drug has undergone extensive clinical applications at the University of Wisconsin under the direction of Dr. Anthony Curreri. professor of surgery. He said the drug has proved satisfactory in the treatment of a number of kinds of cancer, but has some side effects such as changes in blood pressure and blood cell count. Legion with which he defended Charleston in May 1779. He was fatally wounded at Savannah, Ga. on Oct. 11. State law makes this provision: "That the governor of the slate of Kansas is authorized and directed to issue a proclamation calling upon officials of the government to display the flag of the United States on all governmental buildings on Oct. 11 of each year and inviting the people of the state of Kansas to observe the day in schools and churches, or other suitable places, with appropriate ceremonies in commemoration of the death of General Casimir Pulaski." Twenty six other states, eluding Missouri and Nebraska, observe the day. in- Bob Kennedy In Kansas City V KANSAS CITY (AP)-Attorncy General -Robert F. 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