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PAGE EIGHT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA SUNDAY, BUY 13,19SJ Logan Nine WinsTourney Over Kcits6- 5 Maple's Solo Homer Is Deciding Blow In Final •Coach Rex Hunter's Loganberry baseballers won their own invitational tournament at Riverside .park Saturday that started during a. drizzling rain in the 1 "morning and wound up in bright sunshine during the late afternoon. The Berries did it by beating Kokomo's Wildcats in u tense battle 6-5. Eddie Maple, local second sack- cr, walloped a 285-foot home run jnto the seats in right field in the bottom of the fourth with the sacks empty. Tiiat was the blow, which decided the issue. 'Logan took an early 3-0 lead in the first two frames on the hitting of Wes Parmeter and Buddy Smith but Kokomo bounced back with a 4-rim blast in the third \vhich routed starting hurler, lefty Kick McClure of the Berries, and brought on Freshman Rich Schu- foach who quelled the rally and went on to be the winne r in his first varsity appearance. Richie needed some help from veteran Tom Gaby in the seventh when Kokomo threatened. Schubach yielded a leadoff single to Kokomo's Gary Patmore but Gaby came in to retire the next, three Logan Hosts Sectional In Golf Friday Logansport will be host for its first sectional IHSAA 'golf tournament Friday, at Dykeman Municipal links with 19 teams scheduled to compete for honors, it is an nounced by Harold Jamison, LHS coach and meet director. The tournament will start at 9:30 a.m. and is expected to be completed about 4:30 p.m. The last group of schoolboy golfers will .tee off at 12:13 p.m. Joe Patacsil, assistant LHS golf coach, will serve as clerk of the .course. The tourney directors are Jamison, LHS Principal J. H. JJertz and Dykeman park pro, John Carithers. Jamison and Carithers will serve as official starters. Rules of plays are the 1962 USGA regulations. The three low teams and ties will qualitfy 'for the state finals tournament and the three low individual medalists also will qualify in case they are not members of winning teams. There will be several outstanding prep golfers competing in this show, the top one being 0. A. Kincaid of Lebanon. Mike Gery of West Lafayette, Dick Gray of Lo gansport, Dave DeL'ong of Kokomo, Bill Myers of Crawfordsville and Mike Tschiniak of Peru are others who could be in the elite list. Play will be conducted in threesomes to help expedite play. There are two exceptions, the last two groups being foursomes. American League W. L. Pet. New York 16 8 .667 Cleveland 15 10 .600- Minnesota 16 13 .552 fl-Los Angeles . 13 11 .542 e-Chicago 15 14 .517 Baltimore 13 13 .500 Detroit 12.-13 .480 Boston 12 13 .480 Kansas City .. 13 17 .433 Washington ... 8 19 .240 A—Playing night game National League W L Pet. San Francisco 23 8 .742 X-Los Angeles 19 11 .633 XSt. Lows 16 10 .615 Cincinnati 15 13 .536 - Philadelphia 13 12 .520 . Pittsburgh 14 13 .519 Milwaukee 13 16 ' .448 - Houston 11 17 .393 -New York 7 17 .292 Chicago 7 21 .250 X-Playing Night Game. G.B. 4 4>/2 4% 6 G.B. 10'/2 12*4 14*4 3 Indiana College Tennis Notre Dame 6, Southern Illinois Iowa 6, Notre Dame 3 Indiana College Track Missouri 84 2-3, Notre Dame 45 1-3 HAVE FUN WITH YOUR BOAT Insure it with Us REDUCED RATES CREE INSURANCE AGENCY • Insure In Sure Insurance 224 S. Third Phone 3758 batters and save the game for the Logan Freshman. • The tourney started with Logan spilling Lafayette Central Catholic in the opener 4-1 as junior John Conrad turned in a 4-hit pitching chore. Brian Smith -helped him with two timely blows that brought in a pair of runs for the clincher. Kokomo followed by besting Washington-Clay of South Bend 8-2 with an 11-hit attack led by Jim Burt and Mike Hankins with three hits apiece and two more by Gary Patmore. Bud Arnold's two hits paced the South Bend team, which was held to four safeties by Kokomo pitcher Eddie Eisert. In the consolation tilt Washington-Clay rallied from a 1-0 deficit in the fourth when Bernie Seiffer- len crashed a 300-foot homer into the right field seals with a mate on base. They never trailed after that and went on to win 5-1 as Bill .Sloderbeck twirled a 3-hitter for the upstate club. Jerry DeLipn got two singles to pace Lafayette CC while Seifferlein had a single to go with his home run blast in pacing Washington-Clay to victory. The Berries have three varsity engagements on tap this week, traveling to Winamac on Monday, opposing league-leading Anderson's Indians in an NCC contest here Tuesday at 4 o'clock and then meeting Richmond in another NCC battle here on Thursday. Summary: Lafayette CC 100,000,0—1 4 2 Logansport 003,010,x—4 6 2 Knowles and Wolf; Conrad and Hillis. Kokomo 201,050,0—8 11 1 Wash.-Clay 000,020,0—2 4 4 Eisert and Burt; Benko and Sloderbeck. (Consolation) Lafayette CC 010,000,0—1 3 1 Wash.-Clay 000,203,x—5 6 2 Abler and Wolf; Sloderbeck and Heinrich. (Championship Game) Kokomo AB R H E Avery, cf ....3 100 Hankins, 3b 3 1 1 0 Eisert, 2b 2 1 1 0 Burt, c 3 121 Patmore, ss 4 1 1 0 Robinson, p 2 000 McCollum, p 1 0 0 0 Barnes, Ib 4 0 2 0 Platt, rf 3 010 Weeks, If 3 000 Totals 28 5 8 1 Logansport AB R H E Bauer, cf 3 1 1 0 Maple, 2b 2211 Parmeter, Ib 3 1 2 0 Gaby, r-f-p 3 1 1 0 B, Smith, 3b 3 0 0 1 W. Smith, If 2 1 2 1 Hillis, c 1 000 Speitel, ss 1 000 McClure, p 1 0 (I (I Schubach, p 2 000 Madonna, rf 0 0 0 0 Totals 21 6 7 3 Scoring: Kokomo 004,001,0—5 Logan 212,100.x—6 RBI — Eisert, Burt, Barnes 2, Platt, Maple, Parmeter, W. Smith 3, Speitel. Home Run—Maple. Doubles — Eisert, Platt. SB—Avery, -Bauer, W. Smith. SAC—McCollum, Hillis. SO — McClure 2, Schubach 3, Robinson 1, McColum 1. BB—McClure 4, Robinson 3, McCollum 3. Wild Pitch—Robinson 2. Hit by Pitcher —by McCollum (Hillis). Hits—off McClure 3 in two innings (None out after pitching to four batters in third); off Schubach 4 in 4 innings (none out after pitching to one batter in seventh) off Gaby none in 1 inning; off Robinson 6 in 2 1-3 innings; off McCollum I in 3 2-3 innings. Winning Pitcher—Schubach. Loser — Robinson. LOB—Kokomo 9, Logan 6. Um'ps — Hile and Gaiser. Time 1:43. Ky. All-Stars Team Complete LOUISVILLE (AP)-The Kentucky High School All-Star basketball team of 1962 was completed Saturday with the selection of Charles Hunter, Glasgow Bunche, and Tommy Castle, Virgie. The All-Stars will play a similar team from Indiana in two games this summer for benefit of the blind. The first game will be June W at Louisville and the second a week later at Indianapolis. Hunter, 6-foot-5, led Glasgow Bunche to a 19-7 record last season and averaged 26.6 points and 25 rebounds a game. Castle averaged 25.2 points per game. Others on the Kentucky squad are Mike Silliman, Louisville St. Xavier; Larry Cbnley, Ashland; Mickey Gibson, ,Hazard; Wayne Calvert, Allen County; Pres Judy, Lexington Henry Clay;^ Dave Cosby, Louisville Seneca; Paul Long, Louisville Waggoner, and Garner Petrie, Louisville Alherton, Coach Guy Strong of Louisville Male will pilot 'the stars. He coached last year when the teams split the series. ONE HAPPY FELLA—Thai's Harry Smith, veteran local bowler, who has been toppling pins for approximately 15 years, as he proudly exhibits the scorcsheet which shows his perfect "300" game he bowled in league play at the Logan Bowlmor Friday night. Harry sandwiched the big game between a 215 'and 177 for a series .' total of 692. He is the first local bowler to lurn the trick in league play since 1937. (Staff Photo) Harry Smith, Loco I Bowling's "Good Guy", Hits Perfect "300" Harry Smith, 36-year-old Postoffice employee, reached the lenith in bowling Friday night at the Logan Bowlmor when he clicked for a perfect "300" game, the first of his career. Harry, a genial chap who gains scores of friends with his excellent personality and is known as the "Good Guy" among local bowlers, achieved his remarkable jame in the middle of a series during the regular Fraternal-Commercial League action. He was shooting with the Logan Harness Shop team, sponsored >y Ted Vance, when he started ivith 215 game, followed by jetting twelve consecutive strikes and wound up with 177 game for a 692 series. Smith, who carries'a 195 average in the F-C league had nine lerfect pocket hits for strikes during his big game and three Of the "Brooklyn" variety. His welflh roll in that game was of the wrong side variety but he caught enough of the head pin o send the pins twirling and as the No. 10 pin, the last left standing, finally lopiled over, landemoniurn reigned among the assembled bowlers. II. was the first time since 1937 hat .anyone had been able to get d 300 game in regular sanctioned cague play and bowlers were profuse in their praise of the guy ivilh the infectious smile and a strong bowling arm. Smith has been one of the most 5,000 Attend Stout-0-Rama Crowds estimated at 5,000 .oured the Kiwanis Scoul-0- ima Friday and Saturday at the lOgansport National Guard armory. The show, a panorama of Scout skills and 'crafts, broke all records for participation and attendance, officials said. The Scout-0-Rama featured 68 displays, exhibits and demonstra- ions by Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts nd Explorers from the L'Anguille district. Thedistrict is comprised of Cass and parts of Pulaski and arroll counties. Robert Champion, Scout chairman of the event, said "it is the >est I've ever seen and a huge success. Attendance was wonderful." Mayor Otto Neumann was Kiwanis chairman of the event, and Jack Hoagland, L'Anguille dis- rict executive, was show director. 1/ocal Kiwanians were assisted in he project by Kiwanis club members from Winamac. Justice Court Two of three motorists, fined Saturday imthe court of Justice of the Peace Don -Freehafer, had their right to drive suspended. William Kite, 35, route 1, Cutler, arrested Saturday by -Trooper Richard Keyes for DUI and driving while his license was suspended, was fined $25 and costs and his right, to, drive was suspended three years. Ronald Biggs, 48, Terre Haute, arrested Friday evening by Trooper Dale Douglass for DUI, was fined .$25 and costs ' and his right to drive was suspended . one year. Charles W. Chambers, 36, route 2, arrested May 2nd by Trooper Richard Keyes was fined $10 and costs for reckless driving. popular bowlers to perform in the city in recent years and pin fans will be glad to learn that his achievement will bring him a diamond ring from the American Bowling Congress, a $250 bond from the Crown Prince Shirt Company; Manhattan bowling ball Orioles Edge Past Senators BALTIMORE (AP)-Jim Gen- lile, who was picked off base to alunt an Oriole rally in the sixth inning, hit a homer in the eighth fo r the winning run in a 3-2 Baltimore victory over the Washington Senators Saturday night. The leadoff homer by Gentile, lis seventh, -came on the first •>itch from losing hurler Pete Burnside. Baltimore's Steve Barber, on a weekend pass . from Ft. Bragg, N.C., continued his amazing success as a once-a-week pitcher. He went the route for the third time as he upped his record to 4-1. The Senators scored their two runs in the sixth inning, when the Orioles made three errors. The first scored on a double by Chuck Hinton and a single by Harry Bright. Bright went to second as center fielder Jack Brandy bdbbled the ball, and scored when Gene Woodling's grounder went Jirough shortstop Jerry Adair'e legs for an error. Washington 000 002 000-^2 6 1 Baltimore 001 001 Olx—3 5 3 Burnside and Schmidt; Barber and Triandos. W—Barber (4-1). L —Burnside (2-3). Home run — Baltimore, Gentile (7). REDS BLAST BUCS CINCINNATI (AP)—Vad-a Pinson and Wally Post powered'home runs Saturday night as the surging Cincinnati Reds clobbered the Pittsburgh Pirates, 8-2, and moved into fourth place in >the National League. Pinson's 10th homer came in the second after'Don Blasingame liad drawn a walk. The Reds added an insurance run in the third on Eddie Kasko's single and. Frank Robinson's double before N going on a hitting spree in the eighth. Cincinnati batted around in the eighth, getting six runs and five nils, including homers by Post and Johny Edwards. Pittsburgh 100000001—281 Cincinnati . 201 000 06x—9 9 I Law, Sturdivant (6) Haddix (7) Olivo (8) and Neeman; O'Toole and Edwards. ,W—O'To'ole (3-4), L-Law (0-1) Home r un — Cincinnati, Pinson (2). firm gives him a 300 ball and lapel pin; and a wrist watch will be the gift from Mohlman Jewelers, along with 'a 36-inch trophy which is the award of Logan Bowl- mor owners, Tony Sundy and Guido Scagnoli, Harry has been active in league bowling for several years rolling games on Sunday, .Tuesday, Thursday and Friday nights. Oddly, his 300 game in the Friday Fraternal and Commercial loop came in the final match of the regular season. His work helped his team to win the league championship. . Harry has only one regret- he didn't get a 700 series with that big "300" game. He's never had a 708 series although he's been close a lot of times. He's been well into the 600 series bracket more than 20 times this season and was there 48 times last year. That'll be his next goal. As it is, his 300 game is the first to be rolled since the late Paul Getting and Web Lyons, who still resides here, turned the trick in 1937. Jack Erickson collected a 300 game during a practice session a couple of years ago but unfortunately it occurred outside of league play and. he missed all the awards that are scheduled to come Smith's way. Richest Race Is Set Next frlday WESTBURY, N.Y. (AP)—Harness racing's richest race—the $169,430 Messenger Stakes—will be held next Friday at Roosevelt Raceway with 11 3-year-old pacers striving for the $84,815 pot ol gold that goes to the winner. Iso is the first Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 9, Philadelphia 8 New York 3-8, Milwaukee 2-7 Cincinnati 9, ,Pittsburgh 2 San Francisco 11, Houston 0 Los Angeles 5, St. Louis 5 (Game in llth) , AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 9, Cleveland 6 Minnesota 5, Kansas City '4 Boston 5, Detroit 1 Baltimore 3, Washington 2 Chicago 5, Los Angeles 0 (Game in 6th) INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Atlanta 5,' Toronto 1 Rochester 3, Columbus 0 Richmond 4, Syracuse 0 Jacksonville 9, Buffalo 5 _•, officials anticipated a crowd of 40,000 for the 1-mile pace. No filly was enterec this year although Countess Adios won in 1960 and Belle Acton took Hie first Messenger held in 1956. Adora's Dream, unbeaten in 1J straight races, is the early favorite with Lehigh Hanover and Leader Pick close second choices. Adora's Dream and Leader Pick were made eligible for the race by payment of $15,000 supplementary nominations in addition to the customary $1,500 starting fee. Others in the field are Buxton Hanover, Fast Gun, Knight Latch, Meadow 'Newport, Play Bill, Range r Knight, Surprise News and Thor Hanover. Probable Pitchers American League Chicago OBuzhai'dt 4-2) at Los Angeles (Bowsfield 1-0) iBoston (Cisco 3-1) at Detroit (Regan 2-2) Washington ('Rudolph 1-0) a Baltimore (Fisher 0-0) New York (Ford 3-1 and -Bouton 1-0) at Cleveland (Donovan 5-0 and Bell 2-2) (2) Kansas City .(Bass 0-4) at 'Min nesota .(Botiikowski 2-1) National League Pittsburgh (Haddix 1-1) at Cincinnati (Purkey 5-0) Los Angeles (Podres 2-2) at St. Louis (Jackson 3-3) San Francisco (Sanford 3-2) at Houston (Johnson 0-4) Philadelphia (Owens 1-1 and Short 1-1) at Clu'cago (Brewer 0-0 and Cardwell 0-4) (2) Milwaukee ('Butler 1-0) at New York (Hook 2-1) Johnson Spears Jon%sforNod In 15-Rounder PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Harold Johnson speared Doug Jones with an accurate jab and shook up the challenger with quick counter flumes Saturday night to hold his ever-growing share of the world ight heavyweight title on a unanimous decision in 15 rounds. The bout was marred by fight- ng after the bell in at least'three rounds. Johnson played his usual cat- and-mouse game, stabbing with a eft while waiting for an opening .0 throw those quick combina- ,ions. ,' Jones, a 2-1 underdog, kept wading in under constant counter ire, but he didn't have enough experience to cope with his iS-year-old opponent. . All three officials had Johnson a lopsided winner. Referee Dave Jeloff scored it 74-81, Judge Nick Spane saw it 71-63 and' Judge Zack Clayton had it 73-64, all ;n 'avor of the Philadelphia veteran. The AP card for Johnson was 7062. They fought after the bell in he fifth and again in the seventh. Then'in the llth when Johnson battered Jones to the ropes and started to throw heavy pun- shment at him, they kept, going for several seconds after the bell rang. This was Johnson's third defense of the title he won by stopping , Jesse Bowdry in Miami Beach Feb. 7, 1961. He stopped Von Clay in Philadelphia last April and won a split decision over Eddie 1 Cotton in Seattle last Aug. 29. The National Boxing Association recognized Johnson as champ when he beat Bowdry as they had stripped Archie Moore of his title a few months earlier. New York finally took the title away from Moore this past winler.and agreed to recognize the Johnson-Jones winner as his successor. If Johnson was upset by his managerial troubles and pending court appearances, he didn't look that way in the ring. He was the master 'boxer with the 1 stinging, sometimes flicking jabs. Jones kept moving in, trying to get his right home, but Johnson landed those quick counter bursts. There were no knockdowns in the 15 rounds. The closest thing to it came after the bell rang io end the llth. They kept'on banging away with Johnson on the attack and Jones pinned against the ropes near a neutral corner. Oliie Hackman, Jones' co-manager and former Army buddy, became so excited he jumped into the ring between rounds and complained to the referee. Johnson and his 25-year-flld opponent from New York each weighed 171*4 pounds, well under the class limit of 175 pounds. The champ had a slight cut over his left eye and another cut on the side of his cheek. Jones' left eye was closing fast from Johnson's right hand .punches. At no stage of the one-sided fight was Johnson ever trailing on the official cards, He won the first three rounds op all cards and proceeded to pile it up down the stretch. Referee Beloff gave Jones only one round, the seventh. He called the 10th even. Judge Nick Spano had it 10-4-1 in rounds and Judge Clayton had it 11-2-2 in rounds. Michigan School Wins Five Events To Capture Regatta CULVER, Ind. (AP)' - Roosevelt High School of Wyandotte, Mich., swept honors Saturday in the Central States Schoolboy Regatta, winning all five events il entered. The closest call for Roosevelt was in the varsity eight-oared shells, in which the Michigan crew nosed out hosl Culver Mill lary Academy.by only three feet. Roosevelt's all - senior crew rowed the one-mile course on| Lake Maxinkuckee in 5:16.4, and. Culve r was just oi.e-tcrith of a second behind. The crews finished in the same order, although a little farther apart, in last year's regatta at Chicago. Following Roosevelt and Culver were Lane Tech of Chicago, St. John's Military Academy of Delafield, Wi-s., and South St. Paul High School. Jeffrey Kreger of Roosevelt won the singles and his teammates posted other victories in the junior varsity eight-oared shells, fours with coxswain and fours without coxswain. 21 Schools To Run In Logan Relays Monday An excellent field of track and field athletes, more than 250. of them, will lake part in the eleventh annual Logansport Relays show at LHS Stadium Monday night starting, at 6:30 o'clock. LHS Coach .Fred Kinder, meet director, said Saturday three late entries had boosted the number nf teams entered to 21 high schools and two junior high .schools, in addition-fo eight local grade schools and two school clubs the No scores are kept on this meet (he entire event being being com- peliloni for awards. • In special events trophies go io the winners and medals to (he next four place winners. In field events all five places receive medals. In relays the first three (cams receive medals while fourth and fifth places get ribbons wilii the fastest lime in each two-section relay gaining a Irophy (or the top team. Crowning of the Relays Queen .alter participating in a special will be one of I he principal features of (lie show. Candidates are Pal Anderson, Sue Hodge and Shelly. Morris. Events to be run are the 100 "race for fun". Paul Bienz, of Ft. Wayne, who ^as been starter for the local Re- ays for several years will act in Jiat capacity again. Elmer Wood will be clerk of the course, John Parker is head field judge, Russell Fiedler head finish judge, Bill Huff head timer and Jim Jones will be announcer. yard dash, mile run, 880 run, high hurdles, 8RO yard yard TrJaf Tests Af Speedway Show fast Time Near INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The following drivers made 10-mile qualifying runs for the Memorial Day !:00-mile auto race today, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway 33 fastest, in two weekends of trials, to start race: Dick Rathmann, Roselle, 111., Chapman Special, 147.161 m.p.h Len Sutton, Portland, Ore., Leader Card Roadster, 149.328. Jim McElrealh, Arlington, Tex., 149.025. Parnelli Jones, Torrence, Calif., Agajanian Special, 150.370. New record. Old record by Jim Hurtubise, Lennox, Calif], 148.058 in 1960, and broken earlier today by Sullon. Paul Russo, Indianapolis, Trucking Special, 146.681. Shorty Templeman, Seattle, Wash., Forbes Special, 149.050. Roger McClusky, Tucson, Ariz., Bell Special, 14?'.75fl. Bobby Marshman, Pottstown, Pa., Bryant Special, 149.349. Don Branson, Champaign, 111., Mid-Continent Special, 147.312. A. J. Foyt Jr., Houston, Tex., Bowes Special, 149.074. Dan Gurney, Costa Mesa, Calif., Thompson Special 147.886. Bud Tingel-stad, Dayton, Ohio, Konslant Special, 147.753. Don Davis, Phoenix, Ariz., Rose Special, 147.209. relay, all four field events, the yard relay, a junior high 880 relay, a freshman 880 relay, a grade school 880 relay and a special relay between (he Hi-Y . and Key Clubs of LHS, with a one mile relay concluding the show. A few relays records may be in danger Monday night, chiefly tha mile run mark of 4:33.4 held by \Vakeland of Plymouth since Kokomo has entered its ace iniler Dennis Jones; the Mile relay where ' Tiplon's speedy Blue Devils could erase the 3:30.S level set by West Lafayette in 1959; the pole vault of 12 feet, 4 inches set by Richey of Michigantown in. 1956. Kinder said that in case of inclement weather the meet would be postponed to Tuesday night at the same time. Kokomo is entering the local relays show for the first time as will Carroll and Noblosville. Parnelli Oft Jop (Continued from Page 1) pole record of 147.481 last year. Sachs of Coopersburg, Pa., hoped for a third straight pole victory but lost a wheel in a practice run. He escaped injury but couldn't get up satisfactory speed after repairs. Norm Hall, Los Angeles, Calif., also escaped injury in the day's only other mishap, although he smacked the wall twice after spinning going out of the southwest turn. Jim McElreath, Arlington, Tex., and road racer Dan Gurney, Costa-Mesa, Calif., were the most impressive newcomers. McElreath did 149.025 in a convention- Chuck Hulse, Downey, Calif., i , ..... . , ,, . Federal Engineering Special, a! Offenhauser-powered car. GUI- 146.377. Elmer George, Speedway, Ind., Sarkes Tarzian Special, 146.092. Bobby Grim, Indianapolis, 146.604. Dempsey Wilson, Luwndale, Calif., 146.086 Rodger Ward, Indianapolis, Leader Roadster; 149.371. ney got a surprising 147.886 from a novel rear-engine car, built around a Buick stock block by Mickey Thompson, Long Beach, Calif. Other qualifiers were Clark (Shorty) Templeman, Seattle, 149.050: Roger McCluskey, Tucson, Aril!.. '147.759; Bud Tingelstad, Dayton, Ohio, 147.753; Don Branson, Champaign, 111., 147.312; Don Davis, Phoenix, Ariz., 147.209; Dick Rathmann, Roselle, 111., 147.161; grandfather Paul Russo, Indianapolis, 146.681; Bob Grim, Indianapolis, 146.604; rookio Chuck Hulse, Downey, Calif., 146.377; Elmer George, son-in-law of Speedway owner Tony Hulman, 146.092; Dempsey Wilson, Lawndale, Calif., 140.086, and 49-year- old Duane Carter, Indianapolis, 145.867. All qualifications are subject to later runs. The 33- fastest qualifiers of the 72 entries will start the race. LHS Sports Card for Week BASEBALL Monday—Berries at Winamac, i p.m. Tuesday—Berries vs. Anderson (NCC Game) at Riverside park, t p.m. Thursday—Berries vs. Riclunond (NCC Game) at Riverside park, 4 p.m. TRACK Monday—Eleventh Annual Logan Relays at LHS Stadium, 6:30 j " p 0 lj ce 'estimated the crowd for opening qualification runs at 150,000. GRADE GAME MONDAY The grade school baseball game between Franklin and St. Joseph- St. Bridget combine, which was postponed last Friday due io wet grounds, will be played at Fair-view diamond -Monday evening at 4 o'clock. p.m. Tuesday—Cidy Jr. High Championships at Stadium ,4 p.m. Friday—Regional IHSAA meet at Ft. Wayne, 2 p.m. TENNIS Monday—Berries at Anderson (NCC Match) 3 p.m. (Also finish matoh with Muncie Central at same time). Tuesday—Berries at Ind^Is. Tech (NCC Match). GOLF Tuesday — Berries practice at Kokomo CC for upcoming NCC meet. Wednesday—Berries vs. Lebanon at Dykeman links, 3 p.m. Friday — Logan hosts IHSAA Sectional meet, 9:30 a.m. Indiana College Baseball Illinois 2-2, Purdue 1-0 Michigan State 4-7, Indiana 3-4 Marian 3-1, Earlham 2-6 Indiana State 10-2, Ball State 2-5 Indiana Central 10-2, Franklin 0-1 Indiana College Golf (quadrangular) Purdue 19'/ 2 , Michigan 16% Ohio Stale. 26, Purdue 10 Purdue 23!/a, Michigan Stale 12*4 WINS BRITISH AMATEUR MOORTOWN, England (AP)Michael Bonallack, British Amateur golf champion, defealed Michael Lunt 2 and 1 in the 36- hole filial of (he English Amateur Saturday and became the first man ever to hold both titles simultaneously. A's Trade Windhorn To Angels For Rookie ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS (AP) —'Moving to add some depth (o hei r depleted infield ranks, the Kansas City Athletics traded out- 'ielder Gordon Windhorn Io the '.MS Angeles Angels Saturday in exhange for ulility infielder Jim toughtry. It was a straight player transaction. Windhorn -has appeared in 13 A's games this season and is hitting .158. Coughtry, 27, has played in 11 games and owns a .182 batting average. He is a rookie, having seen drafted by the Angels from Seattle of the Pacific Coast League where he hit .298 svith 11 home runs and 62 runs batted in last season. RUPTURE-EftSER U.S. P«u Olf. <A Pli*r Bract Tnu* A strong, form-flu toe w&shable support lor reducible Inguinal hernia. Sack me top adjustable. Snaps up ta front. AdiuBtAi)lo leg fltrnp. Soft, flnt groin pad. No (ttecl or leather b»nrt«. Tor men, women, children, Mall orders (tlv« measure around lowc*t. pnrt *r abdomen. lUte richl, UH nld«. donbto. BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE

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