Monday Evening, June 27, 1955. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fifteen Yankees Benefit As Red Sox Rap White Sox Twice Pitchers Enjoy Hitting Spree in Both Leagues Willard Nixon Beats Chicago With Three-Run Double in Seventh; Vernon Law Drives Home Three Tallies as Pirates Split With Cubs. Pi'chers in both leagues staged their own "hitting picnic" Sunday and the majority of 'em certainly had their fill at the plate. Guys , likt Willard Nixon of the Red Sox, Alex Kellner and Ray Herbert of the Athletics, Vern Law of the Pirates, Jackie Collum of the Redlegs and Ned Garver of the Tigers got in some- mighty fine licks Sui.day as hurlers in both circuits slammed a total of 19 hits and drove In 11 runs. Nixon exploded a three-run double in the seventh inning of the opener to break a 2-all tie and give the Red Sox a 5-2 victory over the White Sox. Boston then went on to win its 16th game in 20 starts by taking the second game, 8-2, behind Tom Brewer. K.ellner Hurls One-Hitter Kellner not only hurled a one- hitter against the Orioles in beating them, 1-0, in the first of two games, but his second single of the contest drove in the only run in the sixth inning. Herbert drove in two runs in the nightcap to help the Athletics sweep the twin-bill, 5-2, and hang the seventh straight defeat on Baltimore. Law was instrumental in ending Pittsburgh's -six-game losing streak when he drove in three runs with a home run and a single to beat the Cubs, 5-4. But big Bob Rush gave up only five hits in pitching the Cubs to a 2-1 triumph in the second game. Collum collected two of Cincinnati's 17 hits while beating Philadelphia, 16-5, in the opener of a doubleheader as Gus Bell, Stan Palys and Ted Kluszewski each homered, and Art Fowlei gave the Redlegs a sweep with a five-hit 5-0 win over'the Phils in the finale. Like Collum, Garver also helped himself to two hits although relief. pitcher Al Aber was credited with Detroit's 10-inning 4 decision over the Senators. Washington t h e n snapped a nine-game losing streak in the nightcap when Mickey McDermott beat the Tigers, 13-4, while scattering 10 hits. The Yankees split a douibleheader with the Indians, Cleveland winning the opener, 5-0, as Early Wynn pitched a three-hitter and Ralph Kiner homered, but losing tiie nightcap, 2-0, when Whitey Ford pitched a four-hitter for New York. Even though they split, the Yankees increased their'American League lead to three games over the second-place White Sox, who drop'ped both of their games after having won five straight. Braves Shutout Dodgers Bob Buhl limited the Dodgers to five hits in pitching the Braves to a 4-0 victory. Milwaukee broke a scoreless deadlock with a run in the sixth that was set up by Pee- Wee Reese's error and Ed Mathews added the clincher when he poled his 17th homer with two on in the eighth. Ed Roebuck, who relieved Russ Meyer in the fifth after the Dodger starter was injured in a collision at first base, was the loser. The Cardinals t r o u n c e d the G-iants in both ends of a doubleheader, 9-2 and 7-2, and left the world champions 17V4 games off the pace, only one percentage point ahead of the fifth-place Redlegs. Southpaw Harvey Haddix beat the Giants for the first time this season in the openei despite homers by Whitey Lockman and Don Mueller. Larry Jackson was the wniner in the second game although he needed relief in the seventh, a frame in which Locknvan hit his second homer of the day. Stan Musial smashed his 14th homer in the opener off loser Johnny Antonelli while Red Schoendienst and BiU Virdon each homered for St. Louis in the nightcap. Cubs Leading Little League Wolf Cubs remain the only unbeaten team of Logansport's Little League, boasting a 4-0 record in i the National Division, The UCT j Yanks are running second with 3-1. The American division is somewhat tighter with the Logan Machine Red Sox leading the field on 3-1. In the Pony league, Grusenmeyer Indians claim first place with 3-1, ahead of the Tigers and Braves tred for second and third with 2-2. Standings: LITTLE LEAGUE (National) W L Wolf Cubs 4 0 UCT Yanks 3 1 Pancini White Sox 1 3 Schii'f Shoe Cards 0 4 LITTLE LEAGUE (American) W Logan Mach. Red Sox ...3 FM Bank Giants 2 RBM Shamrocks 2 Nat'l Bank Senators ....1 PONY LEAGUE W L Grusenmeyer Indians 3 1 First Fed. Tigers 2 2 Eagles Braves 2 2 Kain's Dodgers 1 3 Schedule of games for this week are: MONDAY Schiff Shoe Store Cards vs. Wolf Cubs (Eastend field). National Bank Senatoas vs. Logan Machine Red Sox-(Fairview). Eagles Braves vs. Kain Motor Dodgers (Fairview). TUESDAY Pancini White Sox vs. UCT Yanks (Eastend field) Farmers Merchants Bank Giants vs. RBM Shamrocks (Fairview) First Federal Tigers vs. Grusenmeyer Indians (Fairview) WEDNESDAY Pancini White Sox vs. Shoe Cards (Eastend Field) Schiff FM Giants vs. National Bank Senators (Fairview) First Federal Tigers vs. Eagles Braves (Fairview) THURSDAY UCT Yanks vs. Wolf Cubs (Eastend Field) RBM Shamrocks vs. Logan Machine Red Sox (Fairview) Grusenmeyer Indians vs. Kain Motor Dodgers (Fairview) Softball The Peru Pure-O-Flame's defeated the Indianapolis Ravens in an exhibition Softball game at Riverside park Sat. night 11-1, the game being called in the last of the sixth on a agreement. ten-run lead ruling Indianapolis arrived short three players, obtained 1 a loan of two from Peru -and one from Logansport to make it a game. Tom Dinwiddie got three hits to lead the Peru club while Jim Vickery had the longest blow, a triple. Paul Downs got a double for Indianapolis' best bid. Indianapolis 100,000-- 1 4 3 Peru 410,501--1112 2 Pegg and Heacox; Quirk and Mannies. GLOVE LOST An oddity, a left-handed catcher's mitt, was lost at Fairview Pony Leagire diamond during the past week. Anyone finding the glove is asked to return it to Joe D'Andrea, 1422 High street. Arnie Sowell Wins 880 in 1:47.6 Time BOULDEB, Colo. (UP) -- Arnie SoweK was the toast of tie track worlr 1 Sunday because be was able to follow his own newly found but simple formula. The 20-year-old University of Pittsburgh junior just gets out front and stays there. He adopted the plan for the National AAU championships Saturday after be failed miserably the week before when be was boxed in behind several runners in the | National CoEegiate n eet. Sowell practically sprinted the 880-yard distance Saturday to beat back the best opposition available anywhere while running the exciting e-ent a full second under the recognized world record. The young Negro- left no doubl that he is the world's best half- miler by touring the Colorado track in 1:47.6. The only better time ever recorded was Lonnie Spurrier's unofficial 1:47.5 earlier this year, but Spurrier, former California runner now in the Air Force, finished fifth Saturday because he tried to run with Sowell for half tht race. Sowell's endurance allowed him to repel late bids by Tom Courtney of Fordham, the NCAA champion, and Billy Ti Swell of Emporia Teachers C o l l e g e in the final yards. Four men, i!.chiding Lang Stanley of the Army, broke the AAU record just trying to keep up with the fleet Sow*ll. Two American r e c o r d s were estatUshed -- Harrold Connolly's 199-foot 8-lnch hammer throw, and a 142-foot 5 3 A-inch effort by Bob Backus in the 5-pound shot. Successful defending champions besides Backus were Parry O'Brien of the Air Force, 53 feet 5% inch shot put; Josh Culbreath of Morgan State, who tied his own AAU record of 52\Q in the 440-yard high hurdles; Frank Held of San Francisco, who broke his AAiU record with a 252-foot 1114-inch javelin throw; Bob Richards, Los Angeles, in the pole vault. 13 feet; Henry Laskau, New York, two- mile walk, 17.03, and Horace Ashenfelter. New York, three-mile run, 14:45.2. Ernie Shelton of the Los Angeles Athletic Club shared the high jump title he won in 1954 with young Charles Dumas, Comptbn, Calif., prepster. Both cleared 6 feet 10 inches. Other champions and their times were: Bobby Morrow, Abilene Christian, 100-yard dash, 9.5; Milt Campbell, Indiana, 120-yard high hurdles, 14.7; Wes Santee, U.S. Marines, mile, 4.11.5; Gregory Bell, Indiana, broad jump, 26 feet Vi inch; Dick Hart, Philadelphia, six-mile run, 31.58.5; O'Brien, discus, 175 feet 7 inches; Charles Pratt, New York Pioneer Club, 22C-yard low hurdles, 23.5; and Rod Richard, U.S. Army, 220-yard dash, 21.0, an AAU record. Country Club Schedules Two-Ball Invitational Logan FOP Loses 4-3 Game at Mishawaka Although both teams were limited to six hits, the Logansport FOP baseball club dropped a 4 to 3 decision at Mishawaka Sunday afternoon. Mishawalca snapped a 2-all deadlock in the last of the' eighth with a pair of runs and Logansport fell one short with a brief flurry in the ninth. The FOP will play the Indianapolis All-Stars, next Sunday at Riverside park. Summary: Logansport 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 -- 3 6 0 Mishawaka 011 000 02x--4 6 U Schwering, Jcoes (8) and Hughes; Charis and Venasco. , BEAT WABASH QUINTET Continuing their winnings way in exhibition basketball, the White house Hamburgers trounced the Dorias Chevrolet, of Wabash, 81 to 56, Saturday night at Riverside park court. Whitehouse will play its first game Tuesday night against Bourbon Comets in the North Webster Mermaid basketball festival. Whitehouse--Modricker 16, Jargstorf 14, Harris 2, Bauer 14, John Maloy 24, Jack Maloy 7, Wray 4. Wabash--Siders 28. Luckenbill 4, Dean 9, Haag 7, Mouser 8. Muehlhausen Springers spotted Mexico a 4-0 lead then roared back to win a 10 to 4 decision in a softball game Sunday evening at Riverside park. Ronnie Craig belted a home run for the visitors with one aboard in the first, but Ken Martin's bases-loaded circuit clout was the highlight of the evening. Summary: Mexico 211 000 0-- 4 7 5 Muehlhausen ... .004 240 x--10 7 1 Pasno, Tyler (3) and Stockdale; F. Thomas and Simens. Read the Classified Ads. TOILETRIES FOR MEN Complete Stocks of His Sportsman Old Spice Max Factor Yard leys Single Items and SÂ«ta 15cto$6.50 BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE Sixteen teams hÂ«vÂ« been drawn for the first annual two-ball invitational golf tournament over the Fourth of July weekend at the Logansport Country club, it was announced today by Louie Quarandil- k, cla'b manager and professional. Qualifying round scores, now in progress and continuing through I Friday, will determine the composition of each .flight. Contestants will begin match play Saturday and Sunday with 'the semi-finals scheduled Monday morning and the championship finals Monday afternoon. The annual auction for players will be conducted at a Friday evening dinner, to which all male members of the Country club are Invited. Reservations may be filed with Quarandillo. Pairings for the teams are as follows: Dick Elliott, Sr., Logansport; and Wayne Ztherton, one o f ' the stars of the Purdue golf squad. R. G. Buck, Logansport; and Jack Riley, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Bob Buck and Dutch Grusenmeyer, Logansport. KÂ«n Ammerman and Lowell Bell, South Bend. Gene Strange, Logansport; and Jack Strange, of Hinsdale, HI. Herb Gish, Logansport; and Walter Schwartz, Hammond. Glenn Miller, Logansport; and Fred Kroft, Jr., Kokomo, Keith Campbell and Lewie Hay, Monticello. Charles Lowe and Vic Werner, Logansiport. Jim Ward and Dave Tritt, Walton. R. G. Eliott, Jr., Logansport; and Jerry Klein, Cleveland. Oscar Miller and Bob Miller, Logansport. Fred Kroft, Sr., Logansport; and Bud Fridlln, Kokomo. John Carithers and Clayton Bunger, Logansport. C. Kay Hilfcert and Mose Clarridge, Logansport. ' Bill Redding and John Barnes, Logansport. Junior Legion Trips Frankfort Team, 13-6 The Logansport Junior Legion Hope-Luxem baseball team collected 16 hits to trounce the Frankfort Junior Legion club, 13 to 6 Saturday afternoon at Riverside park.- The locals scored 12 runs in the first three Innings and coasted to victory. Fred SchuÂ« clouted a triple and a two-run homer, while Dave Loner hit a pair of doubles and Hobby Elliott also collected two hits. -Everett Thomas belted a bases-empty home run in the seventh. Summary: Frankfort . . . . . . . 0 0 1 104 0-- 6 11 2 Logansport 327 000 1--13 16 1 Rippey, Thompson (3) and Butler; Larry Long, E. Thomas (4) and Elliott, Nichols. FOOT RELIEF GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK II with In i we*Ics wÂ§jr you not completely fit MM W Womtn. Different from any arch v support you have Â«v*r worn If you Â·(Â·Â· suffering from arthritis, hack or leg pains, bunions, callou- stJ, corns, sore and aching fftt, AND it's comfort you win*, it is wÂ«II worth your HmÂ» *no* Â« trip to cur itort. 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Winamac 240 2010 124--25 20 4 Valparaiso 001 13 D 201-- 8 11 4 737 Golfers Register At Dykeman City Links One of the largest registrations for a single weÂ«k at Dykcman municipal goU links was reported today by Fro Charley Barter. A total of 737 (oilers toured the course during the past seven days and four times the 'registration exceeded the 100 mark. - , Saturday's 154 topped the list with 151 on Sunday, 123 on Tuesday and 105 on Wednesday. The summary: Monday ; : 48 Tuesday . . ; . . ' 123 Wednesday SO Thursday ,..f tdi Friday 78 Saturday 154 Sunday 151 Totals 737 YMCA Swim Award Program Tonight A special swimming program- is scheduled at 7 o'clock at the high school pool, according to Bruce Kimmel, YMCA executive director. Those boys who participated in the Y's learn-to-swfm program last winter will finish their tests and receive certificates and YMCA swimming patches. Kimmel also announced the church league -softball schedule would begin at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Columbia school diamond with the Market street Methodist playing Ninth street Christian. ' SCHEDULE. FOR WEEK Monday--7:15, Walton Lions vs. Cass Aural Youth; 8:45--Wegert's Drive-in vs. Fulton Indees. Tuesday--7:15, Cass Rural Youth vs. Fulton Indees; 8:45--Wegerfs vs. Walton Lions. Wednesday--8:15, Muehlhausen Springers vs. Peru B and K. Thursday--7:30, Logan Jr. Legion vs. Kokomo (Baseball). ' Â· Friday--Open Oate. ' Saturday Logan Machine vs. I Indianapolis Havens at S:00. HOY/ 'Â£^r 6r / "Â»--CX* Â· \_^___i I they stand Major Leagiw Standing* National UÂ«*gu* W. L. Pet. GB Brooklyn 50 18 Chicago 39 32 Milwaukee ....;. 37 31 New York 33 36 Cincinnati 3131 St. Louis 30 36 Philadelphia ....31)38 Pittsburgh ........22 47 Sunday's Results Cincinnati 16 Philadelphia 5 (1st) Cincinnati. 5 Philadelphia 0 (2nd) Pittsburgh 5 Chicago 4 (1st) Chicago 2 Pittsburgh 1 (2nd) St. Louis 9 New York 2 (1st) St. Louis 7 New York 2 (2nd) Milwaukee 4 Brooklyn 0 Tuesday's Games New York at Brooklyn, night Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, night Chicago at Milwaukee, night Cincinnati at St. Louis, night American League W. L. Pet. GB .735 . . . .549 12tt .544 13 .478 17% .477 ITA .455 19 .441 20 .319 28ft New York 48 24 .667 ... Chicago 42 24 .636 3 Cleveland 41 29 .585 6 Detroit 3531 .53010 Boston 3634 .51411 Kansas City 27 40 .403 18^4 Washington 24 43 .358 Z1H Baltimore 2048 .294 26 Sunday's Results Detroit 6 Washington 4 (1st) Washington 12 Detroit 4 (2nd) Kansas City 1 Baltimore 0 (1st) Kansas City 5 Baltimore 2 t2nd) Cleveland 5 New York 0 (1st) New York 2 Cleveland 0 (2nd) Boston 5 Chicago 2.(1st) Boston 8 Chicago 2 (2nd) Tuesday's Games Kansas City at Cleveland Detroit at-Chicago, night Baltimore at New York Boston at Washington, night American Association W. L. Pet. W I N S EUROPEAN TITLE BOLOQ3J14, Italy (UP) --An estimated 60,000 boxing fans watched Francesco Cavicchi of Italy win the European heavyweight championship Sunday night by outpointing titleholder Heinz Neuhaus of Germany in a.lS-round bout. Cavicchi weighed 205 pounds; Neuhaus, 216. BRAKE SPECIAL Here's What 350 We Do... Valoe COMPLETE 8RAKE FRONT END SERVICE 6 Months To Pay LOW COST STARTING with a NÂ«w UTTHY S T O R E S 3rd A Eel River Ave. Dial 3922 KEWANNA IS WINNER KEV/ANWA - The , Kewanna softball team defeated Metea's Hornets in a free swinging exhibition Friday night 24 to 1. Jerry Browu and Joe tellers each got three hits for Kewanoa and Larry Murhling smacked a home run with the bases loaded. Kewanna also won the junior high preliminary 15 to 12. Metea 000,10--1 4 8 Kewrnna 33(ll)7,x--34 14 1 Erdmann, Pasehen, Werner and Shoup; Mason, 3ood and WooHng- ton, Lord. Minneapolis Omaha' Toledo Louisville .... Denver Indianapolis St. Paul 35 42 ........21 54 . 48 29 . 44 33 . 44 34 . 38 34 . 39 38 . 36 41 .623 .571 .564 .528 .506 .466 .455 .280 Charleston Sunday's Results Charleston 8 St. Paul 2 (1st) Charleston 3 St. Paul 2 (2nd, 7 innings) Toledo 4 Minneapolis 1 (1st) Minneapolis 1 Toledo 3 (2nd, 7 innings) Louisville 4 Omaha 0 (1st, 7 inings) Omaha 4 Louisville 1 (tod) Denver 8 Indianapolis 5 (1st, 7 innings) Denver 8 Indianapolis 4 (2nd) Today's Games Â· Louisville at Denver Indianapolis at Omaha Toledo at St. Paul Charleston, at Minneapolis Purdue's Joe Campbell Wins NCAA Golf Crown New Champion Leads 250 Shot-Makers Into Qualifying Round of State Junior Golf Tourney. LAFAYiTTE, Ind. (UP)--Newly crowned NCAA goli champion Joe Campbell of Anderson .today led 250 shot-makers into the qualifying round of tie 30th annual Indiana Junior Gola championship over toe Purdu* South course. Campbell, a 10-yeaiold. Purdue sophomore, captured the top collegiate prize Sunday at Knoxville, Tenn., and flew home shortly afterwards to begin his quest for the elusive state junior title Campbell has never won the junior championship, although he U defending state amateur champ,, and former state public links and two-time state high school titlist, KNOXVILLE. Tenn. (UP)' ~-- Littlf Joe Campbell of Purdue matched his down-the-middle par golf against the sensational play of Rice's John Garrett Sunday and topped thÂ« long-hitting . Texan, 3 and 2, to win the NCAA national golf championship. Campbell matched par stroke for stroke during the two-day, 36-hole match and closed out his less- consistent rival on tht 34th hole when Garrett missed an eight-foot putt that would matcn going. have kept the Campbell, who had to come from behind to even the match during the first 18 holes Saturday, lost only two holes to Garrett during Sunday's.final' IS. Campbell, 35-year-old sophomore played his jumped on game "safe" Garrett when and the Houston shotmaker gtt in trouble. During Sunday's round, Campbell fired 12 pars, two birdies and two bogeys. Going into the second halt all- even Sunday morning, Campbell took a 1-uj lead on the second hole when Garrett got a bogey. He increased the lead "to 2-up oa the fifth hole when Garrett went into a trap on his second shot and took another bogey. Garrett, driving qpntest winner last Sunday, appeared headed for a comeback when he won the sixth with a 35-foot, uphill putt for a birdie-three. However, the Hice sophomore dropped two consecutive holes when he bogeyed seven and eight to fall three behind. They halved No. 9 with pars, giving Campbell a one-oniJer par 35 and Garrett a two-over 38 for Â·the front side. Garrett, continually outdriving the blond Boilermaker, began spraying his tee. shots on the, back side and bogeyed the. first three holes. He lost 10 when his drive fell in the rough behind a cedar tree and only went about five yards on his second shot when the beOl struck a low-hanging limb. They halved 11 and 12 with bogey's and 13 and 14 with pars, giving Campbell a 4-up lead with only fou; holes to go. Garrett made a desperate bid for the title" on 15 when he. sink a 20-foot downhill putt for a birdie which pushed the match to another hole. : Garrett had a good chance to win thu 16th when his second shot on the short par-four hole dropped eight feet from the pin. Campbell missed his putt for a par and Garrett lined up his shot -vith intense concentration. As he brought his putter, back, a newspaper pWograplier clicked a camera, ruffling Garrett. He dropped the head of his club and stepped back to again line up his putt. His putt passed the bole less than an inch to the left. Trabert Faces Drobny Today WIMBLEDON, England (UP)-Top-seeded Tony Trabert of Cincinnati, far from elated over the weak caliber of his opponent* so far, faces his toughest competitor by far Monday when he meets defending champion J a r o s l a v Drobny in the quarter-finals of thÂ« Wimbledon tennis championships. The chunky, 24-yeir-old Trabert has won all four of his singles matches in straight sets go far, dropping only 30 games in 12 sÂ«ts. He says he would, have preferred tougher competition to sharpen his game. Drobny, the bespectacled 34- year-old from Egypt, has thus far defied skeptics who say he can't make a meal of last year's taste of tennis glory. His left-handed forehand thundering has never beer, better. He still is nimble on the legs v/hich made him a national football hero in Czechoslovakia before he fled communism and became an Egyptian citizen. Second-seeded Ken RosewaU of Australia, the man Drobny beat for the title last y?ar, meets Svea Davidson of Sweden, when the matches continue after Sunday's day of rest. St. Joseph's College Signs Basket Coach RIENSSE'LAER, Imd. (UP!--St. Joseph's College today announced the signing of Dale O'Coanell of' .New Hampshire as head basketball coa'Cli Â·succeeding Did: Sohamf who, resigned recently. OX3onnell steps up from basket-. bad coach at Dover High School, N. H., -where he compiled a 34-26 record during the past three sea- r sons. He also will be assistant football mentor. THE GOOD BEiR AnitaM* in Com. II M. Iilurnobli IcIH.l, or* Â« Â«. Thww-Away lo!l!Â«. MAHtZ MEWING COW. Â· FINDLAY, OHIO Dwtributad By CITY BEVERAGE OF LOGANSPORT Â«1Â« W. Morlwt St.
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