Lansing State Journal from Lansing, Michigan on May 20, 1962 · Page 78
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F-2 THE STATE JOURNAL Sunday, May 20, 1962 ' Lansing. Michigan ' Vi NEW 1962 DODGE 4AAAfii; J LANCER d.Dr. SEDAN olOQKSO Plan Colorful City League 4 ".' ner With Heater, Windshield Washers and Direction Signals SPECIAL PRICE ACT NOW! Welch Sales & Service IDedicating 'New' Park I t Dial NA 7-5041 "Dodge Dealer 30 Years" Grand Ledge Ope To Highlight Ceremony S ' PLACE HIGH Two of the Lansing Seasprite entries in the national junior indoor synchronized swimming meet placed near the top in the duet competition at Everett's pool Saturday. Paula Stiles - and Charlene Prince, left, won fifth place in the national meet and Donna McDonald and Sue Shackleton were sixth. J i Missouri Pair Wins Nancy Stapenhorst of St. Louis, Mo., earned top honors in the national indoor junior synchronized swimming meet at Everett high s . ; pool Saturday. t- Miss Stapenhorst won the sin- : Add State's Ryan iTo Bowl Squad BUFFALO, N. Y., May 19 m- All-America end Bill Miller from the University of Miami (Fla.) '' was picked Saturday for the East squad in the second annual AU-t America Bowl football game June t 29- Linebacker Ed Ryan of Michi- pan State also was added to the ; East squad. The West team picked -up tackle Ed Blaine from Mis- tsouri. MONDAY SPECIAL DRY CLEANING Suits - Dresses $4 4 Q or Topcoats . . A X Wendrow's Cleaners 3 Locations to Serve You gles stunt competition and teamed with' Jan Kupferer, also of St. Louis, to take the duet honors. There were 23 teams entered in the duet competition and 62 in the single stunts. Paula Stiles and Charlene Prince of the Lansing Seasprites finished fifth. Donna McDonald and Sue Shackleton, also of the Seasprites, placed sixth. Miss Stiles placed sixth in the stunt HOW SO? Yer Out GOSHOGAWARA, Japan, May 19 LP)--This northern Honshu city of 50,000 a baseball-mad com munity in baseball-crazy Japan-has 31 squads playing in its summer and autumn tournaments. But there aren't enough quali- tied umpires to officiate the games. To solve the shortage, the city council ruled that each team to qualify for tournament play must submit at least 10 names. The tenth man is an umpire. Defending Champ VanDervoort's To Meet Spartan Motors By WIN CHEAL (Journal Sports Writer) - Band music . . . color guard . . . dedication of the park . . . presentation of the new scoreboard . . . and more will combine to make Tuesday's launching of the city recreation baseball season the most colorful ever held here. VanDervoort's, defending city champion, will play Spartan Motors in the opener. The Motors nine is the same team which nlaved under snonsorshiD of the ' Meridian Merchants last season. Six teams are ready to battle for the championship and the right to represent Lansing in district playoffs which then lead to the state tournament at Battle Creek over the .Labor Day weekend. Besides VanDervoort's. only Red Whitine Used Cars is back from last season under the same spon sor, and George s Barber Shop has ;oined Whiting in sponsoring that team. SCHMIDT'S BACK Returning' after a few years'. absence is Schmidt's Super Market under the experienced guidance of Lyle Belknap. Larry Mangles will manage Spartan Motors, with Carl Quick taking over the VanDervoort's team. Whiting-George's has Kirby Tomlinson as manager. Newcomer Lansing Merchants will be under direction of George Layman, and Howard Gee is manager of the Midway Opti-mist-Holden Reid team, also new this season. ' Tht Eatoh Rapids Islanders also had submitted an entry, but under an agieement made prior to acceptance of any entries, the league was limited to six teams. Lansing sponsors received first consideration. Hopes of creating another league disappeared when expected entr'ts failed to materialize. The season is made up of two 10-game halves, with the first round ending June 29 and the second starting July 9. Tentative plans have been made to revive the Central Michigan Invitational tournament which proved popular a few years ago. It would be played during the 10 days between rounds. The regular season ends August 10. Highlights of the opening night ceremonies will be the park dedi- erman, presentation of the new electric scoreboard by Louis A. Weil, publisher of The State Journal, and introduction of city council and park board members. Mayor Bowerman also will throw the first balL h AYE EN IS M. C. Charles Hayden, who will take over July 1 from retiring Carl Fenner as director of the parks department, is to act as master of ceremonies for the program. Sexton high school's pep band will furnish music before the game. Oldsmobile division of General Motors arranged transportation for the band. Lansing post of the Catholic War Veterans plans presentation of a new flag for the park, with a color guard scheduled to perform the ceremony. A glance at team rosters reveals that VanDervoort's again will be the team to beat, with addition of infielders Paul Abraham, Dave Campbell, and Jerry Sutton strengthening the veteran team. Roger May, back after missing most of last season, Dick Jones and Jack Nutter make up the champions' pitching staff. TWO CHALLENGERS? Early estimates rate Schmidt's and Knarfan Mntnrc ac f ha toame likely to give Van's the mostj trouble, with Holden Reid-Midway j Optimist a darkhorse choice if its squad of high school players performs well. Whiting-George's also has the potential to cause trouble, given steady pitching. Untested Lansing Merchants likely will have the hardest struggle making bead-way. Schmidt's will go with Dick Ramont, Bob Stragier, Chuck Holton, and Kent Bostwick on its mound staff. Other well-known names on the roster are Terry Ramont, Tom Truscott, Rick Ra- cation by Mayor Willard I. Bow- See OPENER Page F-5, Col 5 AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Cleveland 19 12 .613 New York .... 19 12 .613 Minnesota .... 20 14 .588 Baltimore 18 1 4 .563 Vh Los Angeles ... 16 IS .516 3 Chicago .18 17 .514 3 DETROIT ..... 14 16 .467 4V2 Kansas City ... IS 20 .429 6 Boston 13 18 .419 6 Washington .... 8 22 .267 lOVa Games behind Minnesota OOO 100 00O 1 3 O New York 020 OOO OOx 2 6 1 Bonikowski. Stigman '8 and Bat- tey; Terry and Howard. W Terry 15-4). L Bonikowski (3-2). HR Minnesota. Killebrew t7th. Kansas, Oty 000 031 0228 11 1 Washington 012 001 0004 12 1 Oitmar. Bass (3) and Sullivan; Ru dolph. McClain (8). Kutyna t9 and Schmidt. W Bass l-5). I-Rudolph '1-1). HR Kansas ntv. rharlM f?n Howser (4th). Los Angeles .... 000 102 020 1 6 9 1 Boston 000 113 000 05 8 0 '10 innings) . Bowsfield. Morean 6. Fowler n. Chance (81 and Sadowski. Roders (7): WilSOn. RaflAtZ 7l. KirhnU lfi snH Tillman. W Chance '2-3 . L Nichols (O-ll.HR-Los Angeles. Moran (3rd). Wagner ajth): Boston. Tillman (1st). naray xna. Baltimore vio nno sin n t Chicago 033 000 000 6 9 2 Barber. Hall 4i and Lau: Horlen. Fisher '1). Kemmerer 3. Lmvn '7k. DeBusschere S) and Roselli. W Hall u-ii. L Kemmerer '1-1 1. HR Baltimore. Gentile (8th p. Powell t6th. Sunday' 4tarn DETROIT AT CLKVKI.AXn, (2), 12:30 p. m. Minnesota at New York (2, 130 p. m. Baltimore at Chicago '2. 1 :30 p. m Kansas city at Washington (2). 12 nonn. Los Angeles at Boston (2), 12:30 p. m. NATIONAL LEAGUE W San Francisco 27 10 Los Anqeles ....23 13 St. Louis ...J...19 Cincinnati , 19 Pittsburgh 16 16 L Pet. GB 730 .... ,639 T2 13 .594 5Vj 14 .576 ' I .500 I Philadelphia ...15 17 .469 Milwaukee 16 19 .457 10 Houston 12 22 .353 13'j New York 10 19 .345 13 Chicago 10 24 .294 15'a 'Games Behind Saturday's Results Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, postponed ( rain) Chicago . J 001 003 0105 8 3 Philadelphia . .000 600 01X 7 11 0 Hobbie. Balsamo (4. Anderson '7) Schultz (8) and Thacker. Bertell (7): Mahatfey and Dalrymple. W Mahaffey 3-5(. L Hobbie '0-5. HRS Chicago. Brock '4: Philadelphia. Mahaffey (1). New York ....010 001 0406 12 0 Milwaukee 200 300 0005 6 2 Hook. Moorhead '4). MacKenzie (61. Anderson (S) and Taylor. Landrith (8): Butler. Burdette (8) and CrandaU. W MacKenzie (1-1). L Burdette (0-4). HRS New York. Thomas (10). Houston 000 000 020 2 9 2 San Francisco 004 000 51x 10 14 2 Witt Ciusti (31. McMahon (8) and Ranew. Busby '8): McCormich, Lar-sen (91 and Bailey. W McCormick U-1). L Witt (1-1). HRS San Francisco. Mays (11). Cepeda (11). Bailey IS). Sunday's Games Houston at San Francisco (2). 2 p. m. St. Louis at Los Angeles. 4 p. m. , New York at Milwaukee (2). 1 p.-m. Chicago at Philadelphia (21. 12:05 p. m. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. 1 p. m. Parents of Students . . . those who are about to go to college or those already there . . . 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Byron (Whizzer) White, newest member of the supreme court, and sportscaster Tom Harmon will be enshrined as Michigan sports immortals Wednesday in a Michigan Week celebration, They'll enter the Hall with Hal Newhouser and George Mullin, both former Detroit Tiger pitching stars, golfs Al Watrous and the late Michigan State athletic director, Ralph Young. White, who says he detests the nickname Whizzer, was an Ail-American halfback at Colorado in 1937 and later was one of the FTpl mm SERVICE VALUES i -. - s 1 Sw HAROLD SPANGLER, ' W i ' Service Direclor Savs: 01 T - "We have given our service department a new SPRING l" y x ; LOOK. Why not give your car the same treatment by JlW&sj taking advantage of our special get acquainted offer? CHASSIS BRAKE FRONT LUBRICATION ADJUSTMENT WHEEL REPACK 7c STC S7c LIQUID GLAZE POLISH UNDERCOAT CHASSIS s15iz siszz Includes Touch-Up UNDA-GARD PREVENTS RUST OFFERS COMPLETE HYDRAMATIC OVERHAUL s5L?n INCLUDES PARTS LABOR AND OIL . 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