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I - .BY ROY BETZ: B-2 .' £ · · · " · · · · v? The Southland's M Finest Morning Newspaper . ; ' I«fit*4 by DAVI uwtsl V-'. Phono HE 5-1141 -- Clonlfl.d No. HE 2-5959 LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1957 POT POURRI: It appears that the car In which Nino Farina was to drive In the SOO-mlle speedway classic at Indianapolis on Memorial Pay was destined to be Involved In a tra .gedy.from the very start. . In fact, noting last Monday that the veteran Italian driver hurt figured In his second spectacular slide .within a period of four days, we remarked to a fellow worker that the way things were going, Farina likely would either be killed or the car would be responsible for the death of somebody, else In a crash. The old superstition that DAVE LEWIS everything runs In cycles of three worked out, unfortunately, on Wednesday when Keith An* drews wu killed as he was coming out of the last turn of a practice run ... In 'Farina's car. A week ago Thursday, Farina lost control of the car on a turn and slid 1,200 feet into the Infield. On Sunday, he and Tony Bettenhausen figured In spectacular slides when the latter's car "locked" and wen out of control, Twisting to avoid Betten hausen's runaway car, Farina' machine spun and skidded more than 400 feet through the infield Then on Wednesday, with Andrews driving, Farina's ca RainSeen 2nd String! 2ndCrown! for'SOff again went out of control on a turn, fishtalled into, the wall an crushed Andrews to death. " · . * "+··· ' * DESPITE DENIALS BV THE BROOKLYN front Office, the Dodgers are faced with one. of the most serious fan rebellion in baseball history, according to reports from the East. Those close to the situation Insist that there definitely I resentment of serious proportions among Brooklyn fans ovei the talk of moving the club to Los Angeles. Most significant development along that line Is the fact , that there WM unusually heavy rooting for the visiting clubs , at Ebbets Field during the Dodgers' first 15-game bom* stand. But despite this situation, Brooklyn sheuld still be able to lure over a million fans through the turnstiles because, aa one observer points out, get beat!" "they'll come to see the 'Dodger traitors' AS WE SAID THE OTHER DAY. the National League never will be without a team In New York except possibly on « temporary basis. If both the Dodgers and Giant* should by chance move ou together . . . another club would quickly be moved in even if J meant the circuit would have to be expanded to 10 teams. There are strong Indications, though, that the senior circuit wll 1 permit only one team--the Doflgers--to move If a shift is made, Meanwhile, according to Inside sources, a move Is being made to relocate the Giants In Queens, Horace Stoneham ha* been approached secretly to do' termlne If he 1* interested In the proposition by New York ' ' Park CommlMloner to build a stadium In Flushing Meadows. Walter O'Malley, of course, already has turned thumbs down or thn proposal tor the Dodgers. _ The Flushing Meadow* Mctlorv In Queens Is In Brooklyn territory and presently not available to the GlanU. However. If Brooklyn leaves New York, it would auto- matlcally release that territory, to the Giants ... and tate re- poru hint that Stoneham would welcome the move into Queens. · WHEN THE WRESTLING BOSSES decided to strengthen the mat setup a few year* ago by operating with one champion i instead of scores of them. Ed (Strangler) Lewis wai commi*. ' stoned to find the right man to hold tBe title. After canvassing the field thoroughly, Ed came up with Lou Thesz. Thesz. who has lost and regained the title several times In the past year after going undefeated for something like dght years. Is nearlng the end of the trail and is rumored to fc headed for retirement within the next few months. ady he ha. dr.rtlc.Uy cut hi. schedul. of appearance.. Meanwhile. Lewis Is said to have been assigned once .gain omeo he haschosen Leo Nomellln. the 'M-MlnnYsota all-America now with the San Francisco 49ers £0 the Lion has wrestled In the off-seasons for the past several ^« and has become a popular he.dllner in the Bay Area. y Tie to th XTMe," the she and the ability. All he needs :i. a bU of polU; and Lewi. ha. been busy and the put few weeta gtv n k h l m that before he meet* Then and then heads iEast for a series of "big money" bouts^ BEST SIZ*UP OF MILWAUKEE Manager Fred K easier for i« to wl» because we're a , tharwe were last year!" team .^ . ^ , ; - _ . . ;~ ··..., ·· A flRASB COURSE at Del Mar. ^ in some part, of the Infield. : - INDIANAPOLIS. ' I n d. (UP) --Rain threatened to d a m p e r today's opening qualifications /or the 41st annual 500-mile speedway auto race. Cloud* and showers ending sometime today were expected, and even If rain should hold off, conditions probably will be far from perfect. About 20 drivers ndlcated they may roll their roadsters to the starting line. The car to beat for the pole position that goes to the fastest Irst-day qualifier was the blue lUpercharged Novl with veteran Paul Russo In the cockpit. The whining Novl c r u i s e d around the 2W-mlle "brickyard" at an average speed of better than 143 miles an hour with ease In practice and chief me* c h a n l c Jean Marcenac pro* nounced It ready for a crack at the time trials records of 146.0M and 145.96 for one and four laps, respectively. · The standards were set last year by Pat Flaherty! who became the seventh pole sitter In history 'to win the Memorial Day classic. Showers Friday cut practice short but a good many cars have been buttoned up for days ready to go, ,, · · · · fc « ' 1 TOP CHALLENGERS to the Novl were expected to be new cars driven by 1952 winner Troy Ruttman nnd ,Pat O'Connor; Sam Hanks, second to Flaherty In 1958; national driving champ Jimmy Bryan In the Dean Van Line, Special from Long Beach. Calif.; Freddie Agabashlan. and Johnnie Parson, in J. C. Aga. Janlan's car. Speculation on today 1 , ' top ·peed ranged ( anywhere from 145 to 147. ACabashlan said he believed the Novl, If any car, will hit a peak of 147. Most observers scaled their estimates downward following a series of practice spins, skids and crashes, field, · 3 Home Runs, Hoeft's Pitching Bury Yanks · . ·. . -. ,.: .· C7 - v . · . ', NEW YORK (UP)--Lefty Billy Hoeft, making his first start after'being out of action three weeks with a sore shoulder, celebrated his 25th birthday Friday by pitching the Detroit Tigers to an eight-hit, 4.1, victory over the New York Yankees. Charlie Maxwell, Bill Tuttle| ~ ' and Al Kallne each hit a home Jn eacni . -;", pater, Kallne singled and Tuttl* run to help Hoeft gain his first Maxwc ,i promoted to the' ol l° wed with a. "wrong field" triumph of the season. Hoeft. a Maxwell, promoted w. ne ^ {[flA 20-game w i n n e r last. year. «*»nup ; 'P 0 ' '" lhe blimn * .tands. ,, order on Thursday, touched off the Detroit assault on Yankee He previously had made three starter Johnny Kucks when he | n tne third after two straight starts-- his last on April 28-- , hit a home run to lead off the iTlser ,| nK | C i and pitched hli " and was knocked out of the box second Inning. Then, one out way out ,,( u, e j am . nut Kallne, a b a 1 1 1 n e -.-. walked only one batter and did not permit an extra base hit *«N. POKE VVA* Bfi|N5f COLWTTBO ON to YAK* /.u -toe eow* IN-rue CIRCLE.. 1 ART DITMAK relieved KucJw Daley :Gets 1st Winior Indians, 3-1 PACIFIC COAST,UUOUI!^ - 13 .ail , ... i.«r.m.nto ^^- (»n Dliio 1, V»couv.i 0. Hollywood t, «utllf 3. t*orllut · ·Mnmtnte. poilpoiwd, t Sin rniulieo, poit Anitl rein, 8.IIII. Today .no 3-31 . Will 3-1), Ollmor* FI.I4, 1130 P.m. Loi Anil» DlIKH 3-21 .1 Bi D..S. lB £Ztif£ V * r ^ m .!» · ·!»« ,- 4 IBSES' 11 .., *~--;":" T ii IJM "if . Brooklyn atfcweaio. poilpniKd, rain, i Cincinnati 11, Xi* York 1. - Phlladilphla «, fit. Loul. 1. PIttalHirih al'Mllwaukaa. · WASHINGTON paw Bud Daley, Ju»t recently brought up from San turned In his lirst victory of the season for Cleveland day night, allowing just three hits in l!i Innings as the Tribe moved into B second place tie with the New Vork Yankee. ^ the American League 'with 3-1 victory over Washington. Daley had allowed only two hits until the seventh. But In the seventh, he hit one batter, gave up a double to Jim Lemon and wild-pitched the Nats lone run In, Ray Narleskl relieved and struck out five of nine batters he faced but loaded the bases In the ninth, finally retiring Eddie Yost on strikes to end the game. Daley's six strikeouts, coupled with Narleskl's five, equalled the total chalked up by the Nats Camllo Pascual In eight Innings. ABH ?i.u M ,, ,, _ _ _ J Runn«l.,lb 3 0 It 0 8l»ara,ff Wll I, I b 0 0 0 0 Union, ri 4 3 0 0 jltoL _ _ _ _ Coia»ito,'rt 4 3 1 0 flUfiraid.a 3 0 13 3 XUon.a 4 ( 8 0 b-Baeouu 1 0 0 XUon.a :l.Hn,4 Caraiqul.I b-B.tnu.r Pl»wi,3b . 4 1 0 4 . 4 1 1 1 e-ThronbtrT 1 Paieual.p 3 Oilty. 1 0 0 3 . 0 0 0 0 ..WirJ.r 1 0 0 4 1 4 3 0 0 « « Tabs Bold Ruler ' · PREAKNESS STAKES BALTIVOHE, Md.. M»)f IS-- Thf I10O.OOO miMH I A mil... All turn lit p«liil., oTM. puw wIM 1 un.r. yillw to wtniur !«3,J30l la MMIld, 131,0001 to Ullrt, «ld Bul.r (Ar««r»i IID.OMi to for a amaahlf .... O«« 14,1 1 inawipl 'CulmoiM) --, f Ftdiral Hill (Car.tinal Land lAiklnn N.h IIUi lliwrri . m B«CWIMI IW «»t.n .tM». . ,. . I3« Will Iry a runaway rat. . . 124 Rhoulrt hoM ttil olhara .,,.. ---- niin. Triek (N.lrait . U)N«HHnT-- I NHWE IT. ,i 124 RHmiln hoM till olhara ,, ___50-| 124 Goal for fourth .tralRllI win --.---- Bail ratine in alalmlni ranka __]IM Crush Giants* 11-1 CINCINNATI -- South Tolali 93 II IT a-- Kllid out ... . b--Struck out (or Fl' d-BirWat ToUll -- or Vltait . -- ntruck out for Boninf In d-- Walkid lor Brirlr In TM · 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 B 37 In tin trald In ttlh Brooklyn (3-3) (5-1) I , u x u - . htt-burith al Ullwauk..--KIlM M) l, Burdifla 4-J| or Phllllpi (Ml. Hlladalphla l si, Loult--SlmmMi needed to finish the turf course Post 66s; V ( Ben Leads j WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS | W--Btn Hogar, the mighty lit i nnd round lea Golf Festival Frllay with 131 atrokes. The 45-year-o. I 'vro of the , fairways, gcttlnt down to busl- ' ness again for a ci-ack at a fifth National Open title, hit a 08 on his second 18 holes, four under ' par and one mo'T than he took , Thursday. Sam Snead. with a 66. and Harney. 89, are tied for second one stroke back. Bin Hoian .-----,.-- · '- ~'!?~ ^aul Harnay pir t IXhwab ltr 'Ihom Oary riayir .. u(eh HarrlaB Hk liayitr .. Hibarl Dotiilaa Minors' Upper Crust ; Appears Healthy ST. LOUIS W--Bill DeWltt, dispenser of a $500,000 fund for ailing minor league baseball teiims, .said Friday the upper crust of the minors appears healthy but some lojver classification clubs are hurting. -- Pitraft 4,' Rlw"Yofk~l, .., ', ' Boaloa 4. Kaniaa Clt 3, t ' · ' ClMiland al Watblnilon--Oarrla (1*1) or_Pllula 10*0) VI. AMrnathy tl.1, Chleato at Baltlmori nliht)-JHar«h» Dilrolt at j*iw York--Poytack (!·!) Kirui Clly'al Boiton--TrtKkl (5.0) vi. fllion ( J . I ) . '' California League Vlialla 1 MadHU H.lll IL ' y, ·! S. Sai ·toe'kton 1, I, JOM 4. Wuklnftata .--. --.. vi B--yoat. RBl--H l i o n . 'fllivira iiorvd MI wild jiltch In Ttltl. IB--WoodllnE. Liman. Pliw*. fUe,-~ «l,r 3. DP--Pltiairald.Yoit. LOB-- CLvilaivi 13. Waahlniton ». BB--Paa cual «. Dalir 3, Narl'ilil 3, M--P.. cuai II, Dalir a Narlohl A. IIO- Daliy i.TUT Narlllkl 2-1 ji, Paaeua a.a, Byirly 0*1. RAEn--Dalay j.] Narliakl 0.0, PaMUal 3-3, By.rtr 0-0 HBP--Dally (filitiri), Byirly (Smith) wild Pitch--Daliy. WP--Dally 1-0 " "'--Paieual (3.«). U--Murliy. Runti Mini, Papanlla. T--3:0*. All--1,831 ' Today's Sports Card Haraa lUaUf--HdlywoMt Pa Ik, 1143 ''p^p Track -- Ullllkan, Wllaon, St Antnonya Jordan aM Poly In GIF unl rinali, Complon Hllh, 1, I L. A. Jlty prallnlnah... Collniim, 1:10 p.m Hwlwrnlna ** Southarn DIvlMon, PCC champlonihTna. at BC. all day. PCI. BMaWU--Saallla VI. HollIWMd, Ollnwra Fl.l'l, 1130 p.m, ' -- al UCLA, 1 «.m. dintal invitational, 1 n..m - BawaaJI--Banla Clara at UC LA, 1 p.m.; California at SC, 1 p m, It* Camdiia--Pan.PailIla Auditorium, 1:30. Hill and a a.m. Craw--Stanford, so Vnd UCLA, 14. A. HHrbor, 1 p.m, R.ft.all-Uor.1 B.aeh Nltlliawka VI Santa Paula, fark ATI Pllld, auft , A.U Bulmc -- NASCAR oonr.,111...., Oardina Stadium, K'.M p.m.) CRA iprlnl tar., LtM Angilii apiidway fli30 p.m, Boiln*--Armitiad vi. r.nJilla, H f " wood Lailon'SUdlmn, »;JO p.m. PUNISHMENT? SayiMcii^Headed for Nats _ icompflaa »r«» AP and UP) -*.;; ? i e ted : In that flve-for-two , Brash Billy Martin, Casey ., form, but with development of ' Stengel benched Berra and Ford .· for · Thursday night'* rt« l S : Stengel's pet ball player, may ·? young Inflelders Tony Kubek r be headed for "capital" pun. · and Bobby Richardson, Martin f e * me and dropped Bauer to Ishment as the result of his ;,hm become expendable. And ('the No, 8 spot In the batting ·fter-houn birthday ctlebra- ··/ the circumspect Yankees may tlon with several other New '· let Martin go a* an object York Yankee player* Thur*. . lesson to other players with day. , * late hour inclinations. . A reliable report from New *] M a r t i n , Hank · Bauer, York said M a r t i n will be | Whltey Ford, Yogi 1 Berra. traded to last place Wash* I Mickey Mantle and Johnny Ington In a multi-player deal 'a Kucks celebrated Martin's that would send Infielder Ed. »j 29th birthday In a. New York die Yost and a pltcher-«lther i night spot, climaxed by the Camllo Pasqual or* Pedro ·· slugging of Edwin Jones, 42. Ramo»--to the Yankee* In ex- { year-old ' delicatessen store change for Martin,; Andy "- owner. Jone* claim* Bauer Carey. Norm Slebern, Al CI*,: slugged him and threatens to cott* and a Yankee farmhand. _ sue for $290,000, Bauer denied The deal may not be com-·" he did the slilgglng. · order, ' M a r t i n , meanwhile, re, . malned on the bench, partly due to a lame leg and Stengel was still mulling over the v punishment he would mete ^ out to the six offenders. , Stengel did manage to get i off · quip to reporterrs when l asked why he did not start ; Ford in Thursday's game. · "I'm not pitching him be* [: cause I see by the papers. ,. that he w«j out late the night before and might be a little - tired."' . paw Don Gross pitched his third straight complete victory fo Cincinnati's first-place Rcdleg Friday night as they crushe the New York GlanU, 11-1, wit tlie help of two homers by slug glng Frank Robinson. Gross pitched a five-hltte and blanked the GlanU untl Dusty Rhodes homered In th eighth. Robinson drove In four run with his two homers and Gu Bell, who also homered, llkewls drove In four runs. With the second and third *· * * · : : Ntw Tark t'lMlaaaU AB H o A AB H O - - - - - " 4 1 3 t. 2 :i 4 1 3 1 Blll,.r 3 3 3 0 1 0 b.Hnnh,r o o o so,} ·- Ipmcar.ll rirfll,3b . . ?aillmn.3b 3 0 . _ . - , - Uiodn.rf 3 1 0 0 HtHlllin.ll 3 1 1 larclay.p 3 0 0 3 Qrmmai.M 1 I 0 Uaran.rl,n 0 0 0 0 Qro»,| 1 1 1 a-Jablnakl 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 · Ibnilnit.ib 4 3 3 1 Timpli.Jb «kmn,lb 4 0113 Poil.rl J.Y.,tf laiNr.lf l 0 o.Hnricn,«r Q U O ),3 1 Rablnaon.ll 6 3 3 ) 3 T » 3 t I 0 1 Ball.y,a 4 0 3 ) 1 1 Hoak'ib 3 1 t Tolall 3 0 0 3 4 1 1 Tolali 3S 1 37 1 a--Uratindad out for Marfon.rl In 8th b--Ran (or Bill In !th. N» Yark ,,, --M* MM ala-- Mluwll . ,,.-, H« 111 4ai--I K-- Loakman, Rpanair, Hoak. RBI-- Jiodia, P«t 1, Bill 4, Boblnaon 4. 3B --Mari, Poal. hB--Rhod... Bill Robin on 3. Baa.--Qroai. DP-- IWioindliiwt niMir - Ltxkmin; MeUlllan · Timpli 'row.. LOB--Niw Tork 4, Cincinnati · B--McCorrnlik 3. Oroai 3, SO--Bar. lay 1, MarimM I, aroaa 3. HO--Bar. lay 3-H. HiCormlek · I. R*KH--Barclay «.3, MlCormllk ·o, ami 1.1, WP--lma (1-0). LP-- arclay (0.31. U*-^aikowikl. Crawford '--non, Bilafant, T--3l30, All. I 11,111 IBC Sued for, 2. $9,000,000: ;': NEW YORK (UE--The Inter- latlonal Boxing Club, already ound guilty of monopoly charges In the government's anti-trust case, Friday was sued or $9,000,000 In'damages by the Callahan Athletic Club of Boson and Us matchmaker, Sam illverman. The suit, filed In federal court, iccused James D. Morris, preil lent of the I.B.C., and his asso- tales of attempting to keep the Boston Club from producing Mxing championship bouts. Named along with the I.B.C. nd Norrls were the Madison jquare Garden Corporation, Arhur M. Wlrtz, Truman Gibson, ohn Reed Kllpatrlck. Ned Irish nd'Harry Markson. place Braves and Dodgers Idle by rain, the Redlugs stretched their National League lead to a game and a half over Mil waukce and to -three games over tha Dodgers, SpUtNod to Giardello CLEVELAND ) -- Middleweight contender Joey Glardcllo bunlt up an early point lead and then staved off the challenge i ' young Rory Calhoun In the late rounds to gain a split 10-rounc decision In the nationally televised bout Friday night. Confusion reigned at ring-side when the announcer shouted the first vote of the three ring off|. dais went to Calhoun. Boos wenl up so loudly that the fans were unable to hear the second off), clals' decision, by judge Herb Williams, 47-46, for Giardello. The third official, Charlie Bill, also favored the former "bad xy" by a 48-43 count. Referee Parker scored It 46-45 for Calhoun, Giardello. scaling 160 pounds :o Calhoun's 158, was superior In he first half of the bout, out- toxin? Calhoun and rocking the alter with combinations to the head several times. Calhoun be;an to take the pi a yaway In he sixth and a left to the stomach bent Giardello low In the eventh--and Joey appeared to low down after that--but his ead at the time stood up. The anxiously awaited bout before 3,092 fans, had been postponed twice. , ·!·*-,. IronLiege Faces 6 in Preakness BALTIMORE; en three-year-olds are entered for the 81st running of the $113,800 Preakness Stakes today with Kentucky Derby win. nor Iron Liege shooting for the second jewel. In the Triple Crown. Iron Liege Is an odds on fa vorlte at 4-5 to give Calumet Farm IU sixth* victory In this mile and three-sixteenths ·· run for the Black-Eyed Susans and successfully move past the road block which · has stopped so many good colu In their quest for racing's most elusive prize. M ca\] f se ,if There are only eight Triple ok , B _ Friday wa , Crown winners with none join ng the exclusive list since Clla tlon In 1948. Whcatley Stable's Bold Ruler, an old rival who holds a big Iron who broke out of ·lump with three hits, tagged Dltmar for a h o m e r In the ' fourth to give Detroit a 4-0 ~ lead. Hoeft lost his shutout In the ',, s e v e n t h when Hank Bauer ,· singled, moved up on :n Itideld ·· out and came homo oti Gerry Coleman'i single. In snapping New York's four- : game winning streak, Hoeft had , brilliant defensive support from his three outfielders. Kallne. In addition to his homer, doublo and single, raced buck to the short right field wall and made a leaping catch which robbed . · Gil McDougald 'of a potential home run. . - f n 4 3 Hlchrdin.2b 4 3 o a 0 3 1 3 M,:l»llM,ia 4 0 4 1 n 2 a II 4 1 3 0 6 I 4 o Birra.i 4 0 5 0 4 n 2 II 3 I 12 I 4 3 5 II Hiul'.rf 4 3 II A 4 1 2 0 4 I 2 l 4 1 3 1 4 1 1 4 Bollnt.Zu Ku.nn,M Boon., I b Manw.ll.U 5 B.rloli.3b l n o I n 1 o 1 1 Colman,ilb Olfl.p 1 HU H Kueki.p Dltmar.p Tlrry.p , Tol.ll 3 f t l i 3 T T Tolala 3i a-Poppad Ml lor Dltinar In OrltmH --·!* Tullla 'i. rtallnr colimar.. JB-- kalina. HR--kfaiwill, Tultl., Kalln. ," r ^ Kiunn-Bolllni-Booni. LOB--Daliwi », Ki-iSSf ^K^r'oi.m.rTT.rry i iio-Ku«k. M;). tttf" «:'1; , ^-'^in-^wi^ar.^^^ Uk. Buminiri. T- by Brewer PHOENIX. Ariz. Wt--Elgh. ', teen-year-old J i m B r e w e r capped a brilliant high school career Friday night by clearing , the bar at 15 reel and 14 inch ' for a new national pole vault record in hi, last appearance as a prep star. For the third week In a row. . the North Phoenix High School , senior broke his own national . prep mark. At state meets on wo successive weekends he had · cleared 14 feet, 5 Vi inches, then ' 14-6i4. Brewer cleared 14-8 earlier In he evening, then asked for the bar to be moved up. He cleared ,' hat on his second try, aided ' iy a new fiberglass pole that he ocean using only this season. One attempt at 15-1U failed, ami Brewer called It a night. Brewer adopted a new grip 'riday night and held the pole at 12 feet, 2 Inches, or two , nches higher than he has In he past · ' gies Yoted? Into Big Seven LINCOLN Wl--Oklahoma A. stlllwatcr, mem . bershlp In tho M'.ssourl Valley Inter-Collegiate Athletic Association thereby extending tho v "Big Seven" conference to eight . members. previous meetings but who finished fourth In the Kentucky Derby, was rated second choice at 2-1, Clifford Liissky's Federal Hill. Roslyn Fann's Inswept, Mrs. Jules Schwartz's Nah Hiss, Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs' Promised Land and D. M. Stable's Inside Tract round out the field. Each one ol these colts also has a "case to prove" when he faces the starter with a $63,250 purse awaiting the winner. . Federal Hill, third choice at 3-1, has been tabbed as a speed tiorse only able to travel In high gear for a mile. The others, all runners In claiming races at one time or another even though Inswept and Promised Land since have won stakes races, must prove they can hold their own against the very best Terence faculty representative becomes effective June 1. Reeves E. Peters, cxecutlv secretary of the conference said the action was unanlmou and that Oklahoma A. M., waj given full voting privileges o the conference, . ^ r _ State Bill Passed to 1 ~ Aid Getting Major Out SACRAMENTO WPU-A WI which Assemblyman Seth J Johnson (R-Los Angeles) salt might help Los Angeles ge major .league baseball wa passed unanimously Friday bj the Assembly. -» The measure. : sent ' to ' thi Senate, permits a city or count) to lease land for stadium, park or recreational purposes for ai long as 09 yoars. '·'·- mrwnfvneTCt fr*v TI TTI».TT%¥^W» mn t W»T uii.'..'"*- ''. ·!, ' Sports on Radio-TV .kw-KNX. 3130 p.m. Ltlona--XDAT. «!M p.m. . Wblta SOX-kllPC, TilO » t r? i .^a r -iiiA o v.'- i i; M Loa Antilii Ta. UPC, 3 P.B. PraakMia Blaki Raca ra.ana.1 Baltlmora va. Baxlnr (Spantah)--KWKW, 10 Tlnri VI, Yankaaa-- KNXT (1) Mil Indiana va,. sinatara ^ KRCA (4), JMIywnod VI, S4altl»--KTTV (ID, i Btakaa-- KNXT · (D,- 3:M irwaod Park dalura-KNXT.(», I'M' (VwKi»«-C«iHlla) -- KKJ at MD. THROWS SELF UNDER TRAIN lStanley,59, Manager of ^^ Top-Rated Peacock? Dies i " 'Fight mmnmfrr JIM Stanley, BV, was killer] Friday When he threw himself under the wheel* of n. freight train la front of Union Station, Los Angeles, police reported. Stanley, manager of top.ratwi bantamweight Billy Pea. cock, was one of a number of .ports figure* who' ttvtlfled at a federal grand jury probe last March, Ho was dm of uveral boilnf notable* called to deUirmln* . whether tighten and manacn* wore involved in fraudulent *, Income tax return*, Police said Stanley, whoaw real name WM aTotwph H. Quatle, was decapitated. Financial and Income tax matter*) had worried Stanley r e c e n t l y according to the boxbtf fraternity, ' . Stanley formerly had been associated with Maxle Eo«*n- bloonVLou Sallca and Oortlla Jonea,* ( .,

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