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PAfit 6 THE ANDERSON HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1W 0rajf/r Skakeup In hosiers' Lineup Against Kentucky Tonight Johnson, Winkier May Move Up To Starters With Bavis, Mount And Cadwell At Hinkle Pieldhouse By RON GILBERT Associated Press Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The problems will be mostly on the Indiana side as the Hoosiers and Ken- Howard's 1st Grandslam HR Beats Chisox meet again Saturday night in the ^second «™. Howar their annual high v o i 1>i;am I II be; cau«y pi, 5111 Tre.h 3b .1 4130 Rchdsn 2b 4 3010 Mantle cl 3 4010 Barkr pr-lb 0 4 0 1 Howard c 4 4010 Pepitne Ib 4 4010 Maria rf 2000 Lopez If 1000 Boyer M 0000 Boulon p 3000 Hainlltn p 0000 Clinton ph Heniff p 34 2 5 8 Totals NEW YORK (UPI) -Elston Howard hit the first grand slam -. , • , . i u i .u n .,11 ..i.,,- .-„,.,n t . ihome run of his career with oftheir annual high uvo ou( jn the eighth innjng Indiana's problem will 1 . ! Friday night to give the New be to come up with the ; P'ayers chosen in the All-Star York Yankees „ 54 victory teamwork and the desire balloting. 'over the Chicago White Sox. to avenge a nightmarish Reynolds said he expected to : c .i 104-77 drubbing sitfferedjget better balance and greater; *yj*'" at Louisville last Saturday freedom in substituting by using Bo^ai night. Mike Noland of Indianapolis mb™ rf Kentucky did so well it cou!d|nowe as relief for Bavis in the! luSw'i afford to stand pat, but it *on''-|p ivot rather than a starter. Indiana Coach Cleon Reynolds' Kentucky's lineun said Friday, "If these kids are Told (rf. Kentucky s lineup interested in winning, then I plans, Reynolds said, won't have any problems. If glad to see (Mike) Casey sit out T.I they're interested in them- Q, e fj,. s i 10 minutes. Also] '** selves, then we have problems." (Gene) Smith But they , re liable Kentucky Coach Joe Reibel fcrf ^ ( ^ kids -,; lineu P- , . . . 'the heat will make frequent sub"After our overwhelming vie- U(m man(latory . ia..i wt». preparations for the game. Reibel said Kentucky will; 1 ' ., start Ted Rose of Louisville _ t Named 3 00 0100 0000 !9 5 G 3 E-Adalr. 0020WOOO-! 100 OdO Mi— 5 DP—Chicago 1. LOB— Chicago 8. New York 3. 2B—McCraw, Romano, Howard. HRS— Berry 3rd, Howard <4th). SB— Age*. Robinson. S—Buford. Ip h r er bb 10 Plzarra L. «3 » 65532 Bouton 2 42211 Hamilton W. 5-1 6 40000 KpniK 1 10010 Itoutnn pitched lo 2 batters in 3rd. T-Mtt. A-lti.299. TOURNEY RUNNERUP - E/wood Merchants needed only one victory Wednesday night (o clinch the Anderson City Softball Tourney titlt but foiled fo get H, losing twice to fepsi- Kogers and Jones. Members of the runnerup (earn, above from left, include! front row, Dave McPhearson, Gordon Hughes, Don Wood, batboy Eddie Stover, Sonny Werline, Bruce lewis and Max Hoppel; bact row, Mike Justice, Cos Downs, Phil Arnold, Leonard Stover, Dick Teohner and Abe Conner. (Herald Photo) 'reehan's single. t Vcislls si BOSTON (UPI) -Tony Coni-l J^/rf" two-out ninth-inning Leitchfield; Charles Selby of Corbin and Terry Mil's of Knox Central. Only Rick Mounl of Lebanon and Chuck Bavis of Garrett are sure of starting again for Indiana. Jim Cadwell of Michigan City mav get the nod again, but No. « Ren Johnson of Anderson and No. 7 Mary Winkier of Indianapolis Washington arc expected to move up to the starting lineup. NEW YOHK Manchal, who (AP) has won gliaro's 14th homer of the season touched off two-run rallies in the second and third I innings and Jose Santiago j pitched a six-hitter Friday [night to give the Boston Red Sox a 5-1 victory over the anca, , Vash games and lost only two for theriisnemt ib San Francisco Giants, was "^ named the Athlete of the Month for May in the S. Rae Hickok l of the nation' sportswriters and sportscasters. Marichal received 57 first- place votes and 256 points. Jock•y Don Brumfield, who rode {auai King to victories in the •Kentucky Derby and Preakness, Reynolds was much less sure was second with 157 points. Gra- of his starting lineup, but heiham Hill, winner of the Indi- planned to depart from the tra-.anapolis 500 >auto race, v dition of starting the first five'third with 145 points. 4 a QUARTERLY ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT Lock cf ard If h bl Boi ib r h bl 4 D 1 D Ptrcelli st 311 4010 Jones 2ta 0 0 0 0 4000 Foy 3b 4111 4020 Yastrski II 4111 Totals Minnesota Detroit E-Mincbe McMutln 3b 4000 Cngliaro rf 4 1 1 l Casanova c 3 0 0 0 Scott Ib 4011 Kirhland rf 3 1 1 1 Dfimeter cf 4 1 2 o Brinkmn si 3010 Smith 2b 3010 Kichcrt P 1000 Ryan c 2011 Saverine ph 1000 Santiago p 3000 McCrmk p 0000 DP-Detroit 1. LOB-Minnesota 10, Detroit Totals 31161 Tot all 31595 000 010 OUO- 1 2b-Norhrup. Kaat Worlhinglon Merrill L. 0-5 Kliiipslem Wickers ham "(Hires Sherry W- 3-0 DP-Washlnglon 2. Bostoi Washington 4, Boston fi. 2B-Demeter, Ryan, Scott, SB-Yastrzenv ski. HR-Kirkland (1st), Coniglario U4lh), Foy (3rd. S-richerl. Richort L. B-7 7 McCormick 1 Santiago W. S-4 9 HBI'-By Richer! (Pctrocelli). T-2:02. A-14.413. Klippstcin pitched to 1 batter in 9th. T-2:21. A-35,000 (EST.) Second Game Minnesota 003 004 200—3 ID 0 Detroit 100100000—2 6 1 Pascual, Cimino 6 and Zimmerman: Aguirre. Pena 6, Gladding 6, 1107 Podres 9 and Freehan. WP—Pascual 7-5. LP—Aguirre 2-4. HRs.— Versalles 6th, Kaline llth. r er bb it 5 5 3 ', 0001 DETROIT (UPI) —Zoilo Ver- galles drove in four runs with a ,hree-run homer and two CLEVELAND (UPI) -Mike Hershberger's three singles and a double paced a 15-hit Kansas singles to lead the Minnesota i lomer s by Twins to a 9-2 win over Detroit ^riday night after the Tigers i the opener 2-1 on Bill NEW YORK (UPI) -New York Giant catcher Bay Katt committed lour passed balls in one inning in 1954 to set a major league record. 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City ab r h bi Totals 40 7 15 G Cmparis SB 5010 Clcte ab r h bl Gosfier If 4220 Dvljllo c f Repoz Ib 51io Wagner If Hrshbgr rf 5 2 4 I Salmon ss Cater 3b 3121 Colavto rf 4235 Green 2h 5022 Howscr pr 0000 Nossck cf 4011 Whllfld Ib 4010 Roof c 4121 Keilcy p 0000 KrauBSe p 3000 Allen p 0000 Grilli p 0000 Lanclis ph I 0 J 0 Stahl ph 10QO AJvis 3b 5 0 2 ( Duckwrth p 1 0 0 0 Azcue c 4000 Brown 2b 2000 Krnlick p a 0 0 0 O'Dghue p 0000 Curry ph 0100 Jtinton :b 1000 Akor p 0000 Totals 38 5 9 5 Kansas City OOo 004 111— 7 Cleveland 000 100 3 01— 5 E~-Brown, Campanerifi. DP-Kansas City i, Clevelnad 2. LOB-Kaa<?as City 11, Cleveland 10. 2B-Roof, Wagner, Hershbergcr, C-..,- paneris. HR—Colavito 2 (12lh SL 13lh) S —Ca'er. SB—Campaneris. lp h rtrbhio 62-3 PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Southpaw Bob Veaie hurled a ive-hitter and Roberto Clemente, Jesse Gonder and Willie Stargell smashed homers Friday night to give the Pittsburgh "Crates a 3-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. FItl ab r n bl Phila ab r h bi Ainu cf 5010 Taylor 2b 4000 Alley as 4000 Callfson rf 311 Clmnte rf 4121 Groat 3h 300 Stargel! If 4121 Allen If 400 Mota 30 3000 Rojas cf 401 Pagan 3b 1000 While Ib 401 Clndnot Ib 4000 Uecker c 201 Gonder c 4121 Wine ss 2000 Mzrskl 2b 3010 Brandt cf 1010 Vcale p 4010 Bunnjng p 2000 Kuenn ph 1000 Knowles p OOOO Tofals K 3 9 3 Totals 30 1 5 1 mtsburfh 001 100 010— 3 Philadelphia 000 000 001— 1 DP—Pittsburgh 2. f.OB—Pittsburgh Philadelphia 5. 2B — Stargell. White. HR - Ctemenle (llth), Gonder (4th), Stargell (15th). IP h r er bb K e W. 8-5 9 5 1 1 3 i ning L, 8-4 8 93316 Krausse W, 4-3 Grilli Duckworth Aker Kralick 1,. M 01>onoghiie Kelley AJIen l2-;s i i 1-3 '1 0 1 1 1 231112 11-32110 Kralirk pitched to 5 batters in 6th. WP—A! len. T-2;56. A-13.347. At South Field Gary Erskine, Frisch's right- lander, tossed two-hit, shutout ball at Delco-Remy and belted a second-inning homer in yes- ;erday's 13-0 victory over the electricians . Gary also registered 9 strikeouts. The game was called at 5 innings due to the league's 10-run rule. Delco-Remy ..000 00- 0 2 Frisch's 234 4x—13 10 0 Eades, Lacey 4 and Etsler; Erskine and Archey. Coca-Cola .. 021 800 0-11 96 Marsh's ..1133 321 x—,12 10 4 Kimm, Hunt 3 and Moody; Largent, Campbell 5 and Renfro. Largent 5. Today's games: 12:30 — Best Ever vs. CCA 1045; 3 — Culligan's vs. Delco-Remy; 5:30 — Guide Lamp vs. Decker's; 8— Emge's vs. Frisch's. At Crawford Field Jone's 11-strikeout, 1-hit pitching besides contributing a 2- run, first-inning homer featured Local 662's lop-sided 18-3 win 3 Homers Help Veaie Throttle Phillies, 3- San Francisco _ 44 jos Angeles —_ 39 'ittsburgh 38 'hiladclphia _.. .16 St. Louis 33 Cincinnati 33 Atlanta 31 »Jew York 27 Vashington 28 Boston 24 x-West Coast night gamei standings. xx-2nd game doubleheader not in standings. (Yesterday's games not in stand' ngs). Pacific Coast Leaeue Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Indianapolis -„ 41 misa 40 'hoenix ___ 3:J CINCINNATI (UPI) -Deron Tohsnon and John Edwards drove home seven runs between hem and Sammy Ellis pitched a six-hitter as the Cincinnati leds ran their winning streak to seven games Friday night Tacoma with a 12-1 victory over the San Francisco Giants. San Fran ab r h bl Cln ab r h bi Davnprt ss 3000 Harper rf 5222 Mason 2b 1111 Rose 2b 5230 HaJler c v 4010 Pinson cf 5321 Mays cf 3010 Coleman Ib 2110 Dietz c 1000 Smpsn ph-rf 0100 4113 5024 4 L 1 0 4121 4000 Oklahoma City . 30 San Diego 32 Denver . 28 W leatfte - ___ .15 Vancouver 35 Spokane 36 'ortland 23 Hawaii 31 - McCvey Ib 3000 Johnson If Virgil rf Hart 3b Peterson If Brown rf Lanier 2b Bolin p 1000 Edwards 3010 R U i Z 3b 4010 crtienafi i 4010 Ellis p 3000 9 0 D 0 0 Gnbrlsn ph 1000 Gibbon p 0000 Landrrn pb 1000 Priddy p OOOO Sadecki p 1000 Totals .13 1 6 1 Tolali 38 K14 11 San Francisco 000 000 010- 1 Cincinnati 301 OSO 2U-12 t>"Uavenport 2, Priddy. LOB-San Francisco 6, Cincinnati 9. 2B—Johnson, Cardenas. 3B—Rose.H ar- icr. HR—Mason flfit). S-Ellia. SF— Johnson. lp h rerbbio Bolin L, 4-5 1 4330 Gibbon 2 11001 Priddy 1 35411 -ladeckt 4 « 3 3 3 2 Ellis W, 4-11 9 6 1 1 1 10 ATLANTA (UPI) -The Los TODAY'S SCHEDULE Angeles Dodgers erupted for "our runs b an eighth-inning rally capped by John Rose- )oro's two-run single Friday night to give Claude Osteen his ninth win and the Los Angeles lodgers a 4-0 victory over the Atlanta Braves. Los A. Wills ss Parker Ib abrbbl Alia A 0 1 0 F.Alou cf 5110 Wdwrd ss W.Davis cf 5 1 1 1 Aaron rf ab r b bi 4020 2010 2000 4000 4010 4000 3000 3000 OOOO OOOO 2010 1000 T.Davis IF 3120 Carty if Johnsn rf 4011 Torre e Grffth rf OOOO G.OIvr c Lefbvre 3b 4010 Menke 3b Rosboro c 3022 Boiling 2b N. Olvr 2b 2010 Abrnthy p Ferrari ph 1000 Carroll p Kennedy 2b 1000 Blsgme p Osteen p 3 1 1 o Hoz 2b Covnfiln ph 1000 Hegan p oooo Totals 36 4 U 4 Tolllt 39 0 5 0 I OH Angel" WO W 0 w " Atlanta , 000 000 000— I I.OB—Los Angeles 8 Atlanta 6. 2B-Roseboro. S—Woodward 2, Wills. lp h r er bb S< Osteen W. 9-5 fl 5002 L . 3 . 7 S 3 3 1 National League W L Pet. .629 7582 .576 .536 .522 .493 .493 .437 .422 American Leaeiife W L. Pet. 23 vji QB Jones Helps Friend Rack Up 1st Win CHICAGO (AP) - Cleon Jones, who walloped a game- winning home run off Ken Holtzman May 6, slammed another off the Chicago Cubs souhpaw in the seventh inking Friday that curried the New York Mets to a 4-2 victory. The homer, Jones' third of the season, broke a 2-2 tie and enabled veteran right-hander Bob Wend to record his first triumph for the Mets. He was >btained from the New York Yankees earlier this month. Jones also drove in the Mets' fourth run with a ninth-inning double. Friend yielded only five hits before he was relieved with one out and one man on in the seventh. Both runs off him were unearned. Jack Hamilton fin- shed. NT lb r h bi Chi ab r fa bl H tun2b 5230 Becker). !b Sold Brssoild SI 5 0 0 0 Thomas cf 401 Boyer 3b 5021 Williams rf 4 0 0 Jones rf 5132 Santo 3b 401 Taylor Ib 3000 Boccblla If 4 1 0 Krnpoo! Ib 0000 Bank* Ib 411 Swoboda If 4000 Hundley c 401 Murphy rf 3120 Kessngr ss 4 0 2 Grote c 3011 Hollzman p 2 0 0 Friend p 3000 Altman ph 000 Friend p 3000 Jenkins p 000 Hamilton p 1000 Hendley p 000 Stewart ph n 0 0 TolalR 97 4 114 Totalfl 35 Z 7 New York 000 110 101— CMc«I« 020 900 000— E—Boyer, Taylor, Hunt, Murphy KesBinger. DP—New York a. LOB—New York 9, Chicago ». SB-Crete, Murphy Hunt. 2B—Murpny, Boyer, Hunt. SB-Murphy HTt-Jonw (3). . ux-Detroit ...... 42 leveland ______ 40 x-California ____ 37 Chicago ________ 31 28 __ Kansas City 2R 33 ..... " 42 44 . .662 .646 I .615 3' .544 8 .470 13 .438 15 .418 ir,', .400 18 .353 21 not in Western Division Pet. .631 .625 .493 .476 .4G4 .431 Pet. .538 .538 .522 .453 30 33 35 3R 42 THURSDAY'S RESULTS National League San Francisco 6. Chicago 4 Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh 3. St. Louis 2. Boston 1. (Only games scheduled). American Leaeue Cleveland 8. Boston 6. Baltimore 5, New York 2 Detroit G. Washington l (Only games scheduled) Pacific Coast Leaeue Oklahoma City 10, Indianapolis 5 San Diego 9-0. Portland 2-3 Spokane 5. Seattle 3. Tulsa at Tacoma, rain Minnesota (AL) 8, Denver 4 (exhibition). .'ESTERDAY'S RESULTS National League New York 4. Chicago 2. Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia 1. Los Angeles 4, Atlanta 0. Cincinnati 12, San Francisco 1. Houston 4, St. Louis 1 American League New York 5. Chicago 2 Boston 5, Washington l Kansas City 7. Cleveland 5 Detroit 2, Minnesota 1 (1st game). Baltimore at California, West Coast night game. Pacific Coast League Denver 3. Indianapolis 2. National League Pittsburgh (Law 3-3) at Philadelphia (Short 8-4), night. New York (Shaw 4-4) at Chicago Hands 5-5). Los Angeles (Drysdale 4-9 and Coufax 13-2) at Atlanta (Lemaster "•4) and Blasingame 3-6), day-night- San Francisco (Marichal 13-2) at Cincinnati (Fischer 2-4), night. St. Louis (Briies 2-5) at Houston Cuellar 5-0). night. American, League Minnesota (Perry 2-2) at Detroit ;McLain 11-3). ' Chicago (Peters 3-6). at New York (Stottlemyre 6-7). Washington (Segu: 2-6) at Boston ;Sheldon 4-9). Kansas City (Lindbald 2-3) at Cleveland (Bell 7-2). twilight. Baltimore (Bertaina 1-3) at California (Brunei 5-4), night. Pacific Coast Leaeue Denver at Indianapolis (N). San Diego at Hawaii (N). Tacoma at Oklahoma City (N) Portland at Phoenix (2. twi-night). Tulsa at Seattle (N). Vancouver at Spokane (N). over Hoosier Market. Local 662 574 02-18 134 Hoosier Mrkt. ..001 02— 3 1 2 Jones and Shepherd; Schar- nowske and Metzger. Lynch - Mace's game unreported. Denver Bids For Winter Olympics DENVER, Colo. (API—Mayor jTom Curngan said yesterday that Denver will make a formal KAVIN EB'KAVEN Friend W. 14 Hamilton HolUman L, 3X Jenkins Hendley 1-1:47. A—3.778. ip h r er bb s «!•> 5 1 0 1 22-3 2 0 II 1 7 9331 12-3 2 1 0 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 Welker Heights Divides Games Welker Heights split a pair of ^egion baseball games this week, losing to Kokomo, 10-4, and walloping Elwood, 8-2. Dan Jones went all the Way in absorbing the Kokomo loss as the host team bunched its runs in the third, sixth and seventh innings. Chittick controlled the Elwood affair, giving up a pair of runs on three hits in the first inning, then blanking the visiting batters the rest of thewayex- cept for a hit batsman in the seventh frame. Dan Jones' hree-run homer highlighted a six-run seventh inning for Welker Heights. Coach Paul Bradford's outfit, now 3-3, hosts Marion Saturday at 2 p.m. Boxes: Velker Heights AB B H PO A Songer, 3b 5 2 2 •> \ -ayV ss --4 0224 ,acey. Ib _._ 3 1 2 8 i lorris. c 30153 ohnson. II 40110 ones, p 40011 Brown, cf Chamberlain, 2b . 3 0 1 Ceith, 3b Hull, rf - 2 1 Totals 33 4 9 24 11 .__ 5 .__ 2 lokomo Beck. 3b .— Hcathcote, 2b Cline, cf Hiatt, Ib ... -•rady. ii •> )umoulin, ss 3 lightower, rf 4 Crawford, c 2 vclsh. c 2 Denman, p 0 AB R 5 1 5 PO A Totals 33 10 11 27 9 Velker Heights Cokomo 101 020 000—4 004 002 40X-10 2b If-p , ustus, If-cf Jrban, ss Hannah, lf-rf AB R .1 0 0 4 4 .1 IbTf .- 2 .1 PO A 0 3 1100 Cleinbub. Iser Crull. cf-2b 3 ToUe. 3b 3 ilcDaniel. p-rf — 2 Murray, Ib 1 1 1 1 0 6 0 13 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 28 2 3 24 • 7 R H PO A ter AB •er. 3b 4 lor. ss 5 =y. Ib 3 Morris, c 5 Tones, cf 3 Garner, rf 4 full. If 2 anderbur. 2b 3 Chittiek. p . 4 1 1 Totals 33 8 8 27 Ehvood Welker Hts. 20(1 COO 000—2 002 00 GOx—8 JULY 4th BONUS SPECIAL AT ALL 7 EXPRESS LANE STATIONS 24 BOTTLE CASE 8 OZ. 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IIIUUIHS dUlHISUU Ul LUC the city with ski racing and host Rhode Island Country Club, jumping held in the mountains ALL-STAR OBSERVATIONS Fans never heard so much repercussion over a single loss to an opponent as Ibis corner has after Indiana All-Stars' 77-104 setback to Kentucky's All-Stars at Louisville. After the final score was flashed over the air waves last Saturday night, one skeptic voiced: "Indiana went to Louisville armed with everything, presi clippings and all. Didn't Kentucky players know 'they were supposed to roll over and play dead'?" Another so-called fan chimed in: "Kentucky players are not supposed to be smart — they surely didn't read Indiana's press clippings." • This corner guesses Hoosier players took everything with the* but more field goals and better coaching. Kentucky players came to Louisville's Armory to play basketball — and play basketball they did. They got loose either eight or nine times for baskets right under the hoop early in the first half. What would a eoach like Everett Case had done, had ha been coaching the Indiana All-Stars? After Kentucky wiggled loose for a couple of baskets right underneath the hoop, Casey would have called "Time out" in an effort to stop the attack. He would have moved somebody under the hoop — even if he would have -had to don an Indiana All-Star uniform himself! Indiana had so many stars in it's lineup that most of it* players forgot they were on one team. I seem to hear some Smart Alec say: "Red. what would have done when Kentucky playeri double-teamed Rick Mount repeatedly?" I would have used Rick Mount as a decoy, with two Kentucky players on him have left four Hoosiers to take care of the other three Blue Grass performers. I would have coached Indiana's All-Stars to shoot mainly from the angle tbey generally score well. I'm glad they go ahead and play basketball games as they're supposed to — it's more fun that way. * * * HOW THEY FELT A day or two after the Hoosier's stunning setback at Louisville, some of the losing All-Stars were on a crowded elevator in an Indianapolis building. Some of the others recognized one of them and asked him "how he felt" after the spanking at Louisville. 'Revoltingly poor" was his terse reply as the elevator sped upward. * * * JOHNSON'S HITS IS POINTS Anderson's Ken Johnson lead the Hoosiers' scoring with 16 points. Next in the losing scoring procession were Rick Mount's 13 and Marv Winkler's 13. * * * HANDLE WITH CARE No matter how you view them, sharks are exciting! White various members of this tribe are considered nuisances, they are certainly not known as "loafers on a line," quip the fishing authorities. Concurring in this opinion is the International Game Fish Association, which recognizes six different species as game fish. Whether you fish briny waters frequently or only occasionally, sharks are part of the scene. And if you really look for fishing thrills, go looking for sharks! Shark chasing resembles billfishing in many respects . . . big boats, heavy tackle. But small boats and ordinary gear do as, well, and even pier — and surfcasters get in on the fun. For instance, a 260-pound-plus mako was subdued on 12-pound- test monofilament. Proper techniques hold the key to shark success. Chumming with cut bait is a favorite tactic for many of the species. Refined approaches include trolling with belly sections of larger fishes and blood-letting of caught fish behind the boat. Since some sharks display no trace of shyness, they'll quickly follow a trail of chum right up to the transom. Fishing for them under such conditions consists of merely tossing out a tidbit concealing a hook, and bracing for the fireworks. But, generally shark fishing requires more finesse. This is best learned when in company with a charter skipper or a fisherman experienced in the art. In many regions charter boats specialize in this type of fishing, and the trend is on tlw upswing as new anglers continue to discover the sport. There are little sharks, big sharks and even good-eating sharks, say the authorities. And none give up without a fight. So, go gunnin' for shark if you want a "ton of thrills." * * * INDIANAPOLIS SCHEDULE The Indianapolis Indians will be plenty busy in the Pacific Coast League the rest of June and early in July at Victory Field. The schedule: Saturday, June 25—Denver vs. Indians (AFL-CIO Labor Night), 7:45. Sunday, June 26—Denver vs. Indians (Bat Day), 2:30. Monday, June 27—open date. Tuesday, June 28—Tacoma vs. Indians (Junior Baseball Night, 7:45. Wednesday, June 29—Tacoma vs. Indians (Southport High School Band, 7:45. Thursday, June 39—Tacoma vs. Indians following White Sox-Indianapolis exhibition game, 6:30. Friday, July 1—Tacoma vs. Indians (Medicare Night), 7:45. Saturday, July 2—Oklahoma City vs. Indians, 7:45. Sunday, July 3—Oklahoma City vs. Indians (Ladies Day), 2:30. Monday, July 4—Oklahoma City vs. Indians (Fireworks, doubleheader), 6:30. Tuesday, July 5—Vancouver vs. Indians, 7:45. Wednesday, July G—Vancouver vs. Indians (Autograph and Photograph Night), 7:45. Thursday, July 7—Vancouver vs. Indians (WFBM-TV Night), 7:45. Friday, July 8—Vancouver vs. Indians (Celebrity Night), 7:45. close by. An Olympic Village to house 2,000 athletes would be erected within the city limits. Bowling 30c at Rains AMF balls $12.95 Holes plugged $2.50 Modern Homes-Modern Heating 1111 State Rd. 67 East 1 Block East of Columbus Ave. On South Side OPEN t A.M. FOR BREAKFAST • Breakfast 1 • Lunch • Dinner "SPECIALISTS 11 IN HOT WATER BASEBOARD HEATING GAS AND OIL 34 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN MODERN HEATING MODERN HOME EQUIPMENT 314 EAST 21 ST. PHONE 644-9150 St. Rd. 67 Ph. 644-3850-Open 9 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. 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NOW AVAILAIIE IOUTH DINING ROOM TO ACCOMMODATE 110 PATRONS EVERYTHING ON OUR MENU PACKAGED TO GO '^f^mmmsmmmimiaimisi F SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 19«6 THE ANDERSON HERALD PA«7 Titles, Places On America's International Team Is Aim Of Greatest Field Ryun Expects Strong Opposition From Greile, Burleson In His Attempt To Run A 'Quality Mile' By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — One of the greatest fields ever assembled for a national meet will aim for titles and places on America's international team in the National Amateur Athletic Union's outdoor track and field championship Saturday and Sunday. Jim Ryun, the amazing'; ~ ~~ . fi-pshman from the Uni-i broad 1°"® and Harold Como1 -! tiesnman irom me u ™ I ly ^,3 for ^5 . oth tj Ue in the CATCH CRAPPIE LIMIT - Andy Russe// (left;, and Jack Stagman (right), couple of fast Side Dairy routemen, held up their combined string that represents the limit of crop- pies caught on their angling jaunt to Geist Reservoir recently. Several of the croppies Weighed more than a pound each and they were taken on minnows, (County Line Dock Photo) Anderson Fair To Open Trot, Pace Program FAIRMOUNT - Racing dates for 1966 involving Indiana Trotting and Pacing Horse Association competition have been announced by Ed Johnson, Fairmount, I.T. and P.H.A. secretary. Stakes sponsored by the association again will be raced through the Hoosier circuit, with the trotters and pacers of stakes AAU Speeds Up Vaulter's Time NEW YORK (AP) - Taking a Fan Fare versity of the star-studded Kansas, heads h - ammcr of favored. field Both Olympians are IR Coach Invites Press And Radio At Open House Card PENDLETON - Reformatory Boxing Coach Bob (Chuck) Utter yesterday extended a specialj'he. other five. more than 600 athletes en- ered in 19 events at Downing Stadium on Randalls Island. The field includes five with world records or pendin marks, 37 Olympians. 15 defend ing champions, and 28 member of the team that lost for the firs time to Russia a year ago i Kiev. The first two finishers in 1 events will qualify for the Uni ed States' team that will mee Poland at Berkeley, Calif., Jul 16-17 and Russia at Los Angeles July 23-24. Rudy Haluza of the U.S. Air Force at March Field, Calif and R,on Lard of the New Yor A.C. already have earned berth on the team by finishing one-tw in the AAU's 20-kilometer (12. miles) .walk at Pittsburgh las Saturday. The first two in th AAU decathlon championship a Salina. Kans., July 2-3 also wi be picked for the team. Additional athletes also wi be selected for the relays and a alternates if the AAU Track an Field Committee decides the are needed. cue from last weekend's United! Thus Tommie Smith, th States Open Golf Championship, i record-breaking 220-sprintei where officials enforced a!from San Jose State undoubted speed-up system of play, the ly will be added to the squad Eight champions will be decided on Saturday and 11 on iday. BRYANT.HOSPITALIZED jtal said Friday they found no football coach Paul (Bear) Buster Adams, 6-1, 225 pounds, will defend his IR heavyweight crown against Baby Joe Harding, 6-3, 199, in one five rounder while Pee Wee LaMar, bantamweight and u'ght- weight titleholder, will defend his 135 pound crown against Claude (Golden Boy) Brown in invitation to all members of the press and radio and their fam- Middleweight Champion Hard Times Taylor will defend his 160 ilies to attend the open house pound belt against Chicago boxing and wrestling show atlBlackman in a three - rounder the Indiana Reformatory Field- with Sweet Daddy Randall go- house, Saturday night, July 9, at 8 o'clock. There will be no admission charge. Coach Utter will match 16 Open class fighters m eight ing against George Owens in another three. Randall weighs 190 pounds; Owens, 184. Two one-fall wrestling bouta will round out the card. The R7RMINGHA1V Ala (UPI) 'evidence of a -Doctors at University Hosprth^ collapse heari attack imBryant earlier of Alabamal Los Angeles. stitutional championship fights, remainder of the boxing pro- in the week injTwo five-round scraps will head-jgram will be filled within the 1 -fel...! h .g w : __ jext_coupleofdays^ National AAU Games Commit- he is physically fit. The tee decided recently to put a sprinter was forced out oi time limit preparations. pole-vault!championships here by rupturec I blood vessels in his legs, inju Iii the National meet here Sat-]lies suffered in the Nationa urday and Sunday a vaulter will Collegiate Athletic Associatio be allowed only three minutes to meet last week, complete Ms leap afta- talrns;, With Smith out, Charli his position at the head of the!Greene, the confident Nebrask runway. The bar at the start of junior and too-time NCA. the competition on Saturday will champion, stands out over calibre be at 15 leet. There are 29 competitors en- to go to the post for There are 29 competitors en- time in the four-night!' eret ', ' our of whom have bet- Fair. Anderson race dates are July 5, 6, 7, and 8. The Indiana Trotting and Pacing Horse Association will sponsor its usual stakes list, with events for two- and three-year- old pacer and trotters and for trotters nd pacers that are non- winners of $200 at the start of the season. Dates for the "Hoosier rounds was cut more than an Grand" with the names of speed superintendents, are as follows: Anderson, July 5-8, Dr. N. C. Elberson. Converse, July 12-15,'Don Hiple and John Wire. Logansport, July 26-28, James Chase, director, Delbert Smith and Robert Willis, assistants. Muncie, Lewis. Aug. 2-5, John D. (sprint field that includes 14 m who have done 9.4 or better fo 100 yards. feet, and 20 of whom Ryun. a 6-foot-2, 160 pounde have gone over Ifi feet. ,who recently eclipsed the wo'.-l Sunday's high jump will start] standard for 880 yards wit si fi-6. There a'.e .14 fompcti-'l.'M.S and came within on tcrs, with nine of them having tenth of a second of the worl gone 7 feet or better this spring--mark for the mile with 3:53.' At the Open last weekend,jwill concentrate on the mil golfers were permitted to clean a ball only once on each green, had to putt out continuously and were forced to adhere to a time schedule. Average time of ago at San Diego by faeatin hour. Several were made in less than three tours. Arne Dokka Leads NCAA Golf Meet national STANFORD, Calif. Arne Dokka, the Public Links Champion from Los Angeles State, shot an even par 71 Friday for a 54 hole Connereville, Aug. 16-19 (day)iscore of 214 and the lead in the ..... _. ' . . ° J :MrM A nnlf Pliomnirtnchlne William Sturwold. " NCAA Shslbyville, Aug. 16-19 (night), Fred Runyan. Frankfort, Aug. 22-27, Bend. Indiana State Fair, Sept. 1-5. Sunday against 10 other sul four-minute milers. The 19-year-old Kansan di fends the crown he won a year Peter Snell, the famed Olympi champion from New Zealan and Oregonian Jim Greile in th then American record time 3:55.3. Greile, 29, who has run 20 sub four minute miles, and Dyro Burleson, anothe 1 : star from Or egon, are expected to provic the chief opposition for Ryu and help sat up the first outdoo mile under four minutes in New York's history. Gerry Lindgren, the 20-yea' old, 120-pounder from Washing thisjton State who won ths 'tnree nine mile and six-mile NCAA title: , Championships. Do , kka ' . brou gjl t to country from Norway Ppnp vear3 a o°. carded, six birdies :is favored in th? thr»e-mile. an ^ entb ,, t also had four bogeys and a R,indy Matson, the shot and di s double bogey in his even pancus college king from Texas round at Stanford University's !& M. is the choice in the shu The National Baseball Con-f gress has approved use of a bright gold colored baseball j during its annual national non- pro tournament in Wichta. jpar 35-35—71, 6,835 yard course Storm Sash Repair Anderson Art Glass However, it was enough to ,;ive the 22-year-old senior two stroke lead with one round to go. 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