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10 21, .19S4 MÂ»MB CKy Globe-Gaititc, Mucm City, la. Rdschi's Sale Designed to Discourage Complacency By JACK CUDDY NEW YORK (UP)--Vic Raschi's sale to the Cardinals, admittedly designed to discourage any possible complacency among the Yankees, represents _a course of action .that the Cleveland Indians have attempted unsuccessfully for the past three years. General Manager George Weiss, In sending Raschi to St. Louis, said he wanted to shake the complacency out'of the five-time champions and prove that none of them are indispensable. He was "putting a fire" under his players, in baseball parlance. The Indians, runnersup to the Yankees since 1951, also are occasional victims of compacency and General Manager Hank Greenbcrg has mentioned it several times. Like Weiss, Greenberg decided to do something about it. Wanted Courtney His first act was a determined campaign to acquire scrappy Clint Courtney from St. Louis. He has tried for the past two years but the defunct Browns always had asked too much'; "Jim Hegan the Indians' No. 1 catcher is an excellent receiver and a great handler of pitchers," explained one Brownie official last season, "but he's not the take- charge, hollering type. "Courtney is, and for that reason the Indians want him badly. They want him to light a fire under the rest of their players." Failing to land Courtney, the Indians went out this winter and acquired hustling Mickey Grasso from the Senators. Grasso, in addition to being an able receiver, is the kind of player who invariably exhorts his teammates to greater efforts. Yankee Manager Casey Stengel claims that "no one loafs on my club." Raschi, himself, is one of the hardest workers in baseball and his sale, as Weiss pointed out, was no reflection on his hustle. But Weiss wanted to stir the other players and it could be that he has lit a spark which will gain the Yankees a sixth .world championship. Complacency happens to the best of 'em and the worst of 'em in baseball. Virtually since the start of the g a m e , managers have searched for the proper method of lighting a so-called fire under their sometimes phlegmatic charges. Complacency and Dodgers It was the same complacency that had much to dp with the Dodgers blowing the 1951 National League pennant to the Giants after they had led by 13Vi games at one stage of the race. "Oh, our players woke up all right in September when the Giants started closing in on "em," said Brooklyn Manager Charlie Dressen, "but by that time it was too late." But complacency doesn't always strike at league leaders. Back in the 1930's when the then hapless Phillies were bouncing in and out of the cellar, Manager Jimmie Wilson walked into a hotel l o b ' b y and saw his athletes sprawled comfortably on several couches. "Look at "em," Wilson said to one of his coaches. "Why, I wouldn't be surprised if complacency costs this club seventh place!" Artz and Merritt Only Notch From Perfect Season THE STANDINGS W. L. Pet Arti and Merritt 13 0 1.000 Ulen Polish 10 3 ,7fi! Ransom's Clfar R S .filo Costal R 5 .615 Breeie OH 5 8 .385 Mldcet Barber 5 8 .38" Collefiates ....'. 3 ID .2,1: Borden's 0 13 * .001 The Artz and Merritt basketbal team moved within a notch of Â·_ perfect season in the YMCA basketball league Thursday night by defeating Ransom's Cigar 72-65 led by the 33-point scoring of Eddie Colbert. Curley Varvei hit 28 points for the losers, who trailed by 10 points going into the last quarter . The seventh place Collegiates team knocked off Costal 59-41 and tha left Costal still in a tie for thirc place with Ransom's. The boxscores: COSTAL--II ,. fg Ft Tl Tp Schlader ," 0 3 1 Birch 2 2 2 ELK'S L E A G U E STANDINGS W, I.. Pel. ohnslon's Fl. . : , . . . -15 30 .600 uperlor Oil ; .11 si ..117 owa Builders 41 31 .51 Illton-Birkholz HHVi :Wi- . 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Penny . . 1 8 3 lob Sailer 181 !ob Lee I R I t. Lytle 180 Hay S w a r d 780 iob Sarsel mi *. Mlllhiser . 17ii ~\ Muehlstedt 11B u Zotsman 17.| Meniel B 3 4 Rudion 0 0 0 Moore 2 2 5 TOTAtS 77 ~7 36 COLLEGIATES--5S Tf Ft Tl (Â·oodnow Â£ 1 3 Schaffer 4 1 2 Allen 7 3 2 McDonald 7 2 3 Crane 2 2 3 TOTALS 25 ~9 13 Score br quarters: ( 1 ) (2) (3) COSTAL 18 33 30 COLLEGIATES IT 30 4'i . Officials: Meniir.k and Klein. ARTZ fc MEKRITT--72 FÂ» FÂ» rr Colbert ;j. u 3 Morrlion 4 4 i Bolman 4 2 1 Verchota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T O O IVoelor ....; 7 1 4 Anderson 0 0 1 TOTAtS ~yt ig ^ KANSOM'8 CIGAR--85 Tt Ft Tl /Â·well r ' . l f ,5 o 4 VÂ»rÂ»Â«l II 4 3 wÂ«itm ..,.Â·.....!!![!". i Â· * Garcia t Â· 3 Â»Â·Â»Â«Â«Â«Â· ....:...Â·... * t j 1 TOTALS ',,,, Â« ' "7 ]j Â· Vc*rÂ« by qMrtt'rai (1) j'42) (.11 CNMIO etc AS .'A'.'.', in n 41 mtlcUU: Klein uj MÂ»tiak. At Your Theaters-Fighting Is Colorful in Khyber Pass Fierce battles of British soldiers and wild Afridi tribesmen fighting heir way lip and down mountains hrough India's Khyber Pass provide the background for a compel- ing love story portrayed by Ty- Â·one Power and Terry Moore in 'King of the Khyber Rifles." Power has never been more at :ractively stalwart than he is as Captain King in this spectacular Film showing at the Palace The- Celtics Stay in Race for Eastern NBA Leadership By The Associated Press The Boston Celtics rallied in the :losing minutes to whip the Syra- Â·use Nationals 101-96 Thursday night and moved to within a half ;ame of the second-place Nats and hree games of New York in the National Basketball Assn.'s eastern division. The leading Knicks were cooled iff by the Fort Wayne Pistons 82- i2; the Philadelphia Warriors de- eated the Minneapolis Lakers 812 and the Rochester Royals rounced the Baltimore Bullets 1026. Bill Sharman was the big man n the Boston attack, scoring 26 ioints, Ed Macauley had 21 and Bob Cousy 19. Fort Wayne broke open its game vith New York in the third period 3y outscoring the Knicks 16-1 in he first five minutes of that ses- ion. Philadelphia's Joe G r a b o s k i scored 33 points as the Warriors rallied from a 38-all tie at half- ime to beat the western division eaders. FRIDAY'S SCHEDULE Syracuse at M i l w a u k e e . THURSDAY'S RESULTS Philadelphia 81, Minneapolis 72. Rochester 102, B a l t i m o r e 86. Boston 101. Syracuse !)R. Fort W a y n e 82, New York 62. SATURDAY'S S C H E D U L E M i n n e a p o l i s at Baltimore. . M i l w a u k e e at New York. Fnrt Wayne at Philadelphia. Boston at Rochester. ater. As a half-breed British soldier he gives a convincing per- "ormance and Miss Moore is a .vinsome daughter of a British general, played by Michael JRennie. The story revolves around Pow- jr, who is given command of the Khyber Rifles by Brig. Gen. Mait- ancl. He makes a hit with Mait- and's daughter when he saves her 'rom kidnaping by Afridi conspirators, but he is discriminated against by other officers because of his mixed blood. Through his courage in the bat- .lc of the historically famous Sepoy Mutiny he clears his name and wins the girl, it's all told with Jimmy Wilde of England won he first official flyweight boxing .itle by knocking out Zulu Kid oi the United States in 11 rounds, Dec 18, 1916. Â·OPEN NITES TILL 9" COMPARISON IS PROOF! Nothing Is finer--only by comparison Compare Picture--Compare Tone Clearness of Picture--Quality of Tone li Your TV Enjoyment SEE THE DIFFERENCE IN PICTURES UNDER PROPER HOME LIGHTING TELEVISION STUDIO 226 So. Federal Terms Â·161 DANCING Every Night at THE HUT Manly, Iowa SUNDAY DINNER Wide Selection of Deliciou Foods. Bring the Famify an Make It An Occasion to B Remembered. There Is ... 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