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PAGE SIX THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORr PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, MAY 20,1962 More Cars Qualify For "500" Race Only 2 Spots Left For Final Trial Runs Today, J? INDIANAPOLIS CAP) - Ten oars were qualified Saturday for the 46l)h 500-mile auto race but Jim Hurtubise, last year's early, leader, crashed for the second time in eight days. He was not hurt but his Demler Special was wrecked beyond repair for Sunday's final trials. With 21 cars qualified' the pr& The annual All-Sports banquet for Logansport high school. athletes will be conducted W6dnesv day night at 6:30 o'clock in the K. of C. hall. The program is sponsored by seven local service organizations and will feature an address by Paul (Tony) Hinkle, Cass county native, who has been an outstanding coach at Butler university for many years. A feature of the event will be the presentation of Most Valuable Player awards to an athlete in each of the eight sports conducted by LHS. Coaches of those sports will present trophies to the boys.. Harvey Roberts will award the football MVP trophy; Fred Kinder, cross country, Joe Patacsil, wrestling; Jim Jones, basketball; Bob Burnett, tennis;, Rex Hunter, baseball; Fred Kinder, track and Harold Jamison^ golf. The LHS sports activities are nearly finished for the school year. Only the NCC golf meet at Kokomo Monday and the entrance of Bob Wolf, hurdler on the track team, in the state finals show at Idnianapolis Saturday' remains. The Logan golfers competing at Kokomo Monday, starting at 12 noon, are Dick Gray, John'Moss, Jim Wickersham and Don Perfetto. NEW YORK (AP)-Young Cassius Clay of Louisville stopped Billy Daniels of New York on cuts in the seventh round of a battle of unbeaten heavyweights at St. Nicholas Arena Saturday night. Referee Mark Conn halted the contest at 2 minutes 21 seconds of the seventh of the television fight because of a nasty cut over Daniels' left eye. "It hampered his vision," said (he referee. Daniels was gashed over the eye in the third round and bled freely the rest of the way. Dr. Sam Swetnick had visited Daniels' corner after the fourth, fifth and sixth rounds. Although the 5-1 favorite Clay had a good lead, he didn't ,show too well against the 25-year-old barber who twice hurt him with long rights to the jaw. The 20-year-old Clay had predicted "Daniels will fall in five" but he couldn't even floor his 6- foot-4 189 pound opponent. Clay weighed 196. It was Clay's 14th victory in an all-winning pro career and his llth knockout. Daniels suffered his first defeat after 16 victories. The officials had Clay ahead by the following scores: Beferee Mark Conn 5-1, and Judge Artie Aidala and Leo Birn, baum 4-2 each. The AP card had Clay in front 4-2. Clay piled up points with his stiff left jabs and straight rights to the head. He concentrated on the cuts over Daniels eye from the moment he opened it in the third. vious weekend, only two spots were left open in the 33-car starting field. Blistering heat kept the cars ofl (lire track for four and a half hours of the seven hour qualifying period. Hurlubise was the first out after t!he track surface temperature dropped from a record 141 grees to 107 late in the afternoon. He 'hit the wall twice coming 'out of the southwest turn after a first lap at 147.3 miles-an-hour. The 31 qualifying cars had averaged 147.254 m.pjh. compared with a record 145.094 for the first 31 last year. There was only one qualifier after the Hurlubise wreck. Lloyd Ruby, Houston, Texas, put the Anstead Thomison special into the field at 146.52. The intense - hea.t made the asphalt- surface slick in spots. There were seven mistmos r 1 '- geliher but only Hurtubise damaged his car. However, a Tropi- eana Special (formerly Novi) broke a crankshaft and sent Bill Cheesbourg, Tucson, Ariz., into a hair raising spin and slide down the backstreloh. Oheesebourg said the V8 engine seized when he was going an estimated 202 miles an hour on the long backstretch of the 2!^-mile track. The spin was so violent that both rear tires were burned off. The spin further dimmed hopes of getting any of the modified Novas into the race. The cars have been plagued with one trouble after another — fuel injector trouble .earlier and steering gear trouble Saturday. Other drivers who got out of control for one reason or another but escaped injury were- Leon Clum, Wapa'koneta, Ohio; Chuck Arnold, Stamford, Conn., Roy Graham, East Aurora, N. Y. and Cliff Griffith, Indianapolis. The engine blew in Bruce Jacobi's Froe'hde Special just after he completed a qualifying run at 144.939. However, the time probably won't be good enough to keep 'the Salem, Ind., driver in the lineup. Track technicians said the track registered 139 degrees during the blistering 1953 race, when driver Carl Soar-borough, died of heat exhaustion and several others were hospitalized. The air temperature was only 58 degrees at midaflernoon, but the'track heat had been accumulating through three hot days. Nine oars were qualified before the afternoon lull, bringing the total to 30, and leaving only lives' spaces in the tentative starting lineup. Eddie Sachs 1 of Coopersburg, Pa.,, who wrecked on the first weekend of the 10 - mile trials, came back and qualified his Dean Autolite Special at 146.431 miles an hour — a mile an hour" slower than the speed that' gave him the pole position last year. The fastest tome in the early runs, before the track began ESCAPES INJURY-Jjm Hurtubise. of Lennox, Calif., escaped injury Saturday during a qualifying attempt, at the Indianapolis Speedway, when he lost control of his car, the Dealer SpL, No 99 (shown at left) on the Speedway's short south chute. The mishap marked the second crack-up in the same cur in "almost the same place for Hurtubisu. (UPI telephoto) Michigan Retains Title In Big 10 Track Meet LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) - A 3ig Ten pole vault record was set and two meet marks were .led Saturday as. Michigan out .asted Wisconsin to retain its title n the 62nd conference outdoor .rack and field meet. Michigan's Rod Denhart vaulted 15 feet % inches for the meet's outstanding performance, while 'ootball star Bennie McRae scored a high and low hurdles sweep to pace One successful x>ints. The Wolverines scored 48% ooints. Wisconsin, which dethroned Michigan indoors in March, finished second on Purdue's cinder xith with 41 points. Michigan State and Iowa had a close battle for third spot, the Spartan's edging the Hawkeyes, i4 2-5 to 30. Other final scores: Purdue 21 9-20; Indiana 19; Illi- oi.-T 14!4; Ohio State 14 9-20; Minnesota 7 9-20 land Northwest- high jump with ,a 67% leap; Michigan State's Gerald Young in the two mile ,and the Iowa relay team, whose '3:12.3 clocking fell considerable short of the meet mark of 3:11.7.' STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. .L. .Pct.G.B. shimering in the heat, was "an apparent tie between veteran Gene Hartley and rookie Chuck Itodee, both of Indianapolis, at 146.886 an hour. The time was carried out to thousandths on the electric tape and il gave Hartley the edge at 146.9687 to 1 Rodee's 146.9675. Other qualifiers were: Jack Turner, Seattle, Wash. Bardahl Special, 146.496. Ronnie Duman, Dearborn, Mich. Steady Special, 145.908, Paul Goldsmith, St.Clair Shores Mich., Bowes Special, 146.437. Jim Rathmann, Melbourne, Fla. Siminoz Special, 146.610. Allen Crowe, Springfield, HI., S-R Special, 146.831. Yesterday The White Sox played Baltimore YOU could have seen each and every inning AT HOME with Jerroid Cable TV Jerrold Electronics Corp. Pioneers In Cable Television The old conference.pole vault mark was 14-10, set by Don Laz of Illinois in 1951. Denhsirt shook off Minnesota's Chuck Morrow by clearing 14-10% and then long after the meet) proper ended, topped 15 feat on a third .try. In . all, three double • winners were crowned, including McRae ,n the 120 highs and :220 lows Wisconsin's Elmars Ezerins in the 1 sophomore Nate Adams in the 100 and 220 dashes. One of the meet marks tied was in the naif-mile as Iowa's -Bill Frazilr, long-legged sophomore, worfimpressively in 1:50.1, matching the 195!) mark of Illinois 1 "Jieofge Kerr. i Also matched was the irecord in the two-year-old 660-yard run as Michigan's Charles Aquino won in 1:19.2. Five firsts were scored by Michigan in the day's 13 finals. Besides McRae's twin hurdles victory and the triumphs,by Denhart in the pole vault and Aquino in the 660, Ergas Lcps successfully retained his mile crown, but was dethroned in the half-mile. Last March, sophomore-studded Wisconsin dethroned Michigan m doors, 61-46^. Saturday, however, the Badgers' only firsts came on Ezerins double in Uhe discus and shot put 'and they just wuld not match Michigan's balanced scoring. Two champions were dethroned. Leps, wearied by his mile triumph — and saving himself for a Wolverine.mile relay'effort that produced ' a fourth-place finish — setteled for a second behind Frazier in tie 880. In the 440, defending champion Jim Fischer of Minnesota finished fifth as Purdue's indoor champion Dave Mills.romped to a good :46.2 victory. • The Badgers scored' five first indoors in March in taking their first major conference track title since winning the outdoor in 1931. •Other champions crowned were Cornelius Miller of Indiana in the HAVE FUN WITH YOUR BOAT Insure it with Us 'REDUCED. RATES CREE INSURANCE AGENCY Insure In Sure Insurance 224 S. Third Phone 3758 19 19 20 18 IS Cleveland . . New York .. Minnesota .. i Baltimore .'. Los Angeles" Chicago ....... 18 Detroit ...... .. 14 Kansas City .... 15 Boston ........ 13 Washington 8 .613 .613 .588 .563 .516 .514 .467 .429 .419 .267 I'/i 3 6 6 101/2 National League •W. .L. ,Pct..G.B. Francisco 27 10 .730 23 13 .639 .594 .576 .500 .469 San a-Los Angeles , a-St! Louis .. Cincinnaili ..... 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If You Need A TRUSS We have all sizes. > Single and Double Fittings Guaranteed Reasonably Priced BUSJAHN'S DRUGSTORE Golfers Will Be Attraction At Speedway INDIANAPOLIS (AP)-Golfers, will take over the Indianapolis Moinr Speedway next week while the auto racers rest between the hazardous time trials and the 46th 500-mfe race May 30. The full week of golf over the Speedway course, half of it in- sidt.'.the^/i-mile track, will start off Monday with a special 18-hole tourney for drivers, mechanics and other members of the speed fraternity. .. The big event will be the third $50,000 "500" Festival Open tour nament, Thursday through Sunday. Qualifications will be Tu day and a $5,000 celebrity pro-am Wednesday. The celebrity list'is heavy with sports figures and television stars, many of the latlei from the horse operas. Doug Ford of Tarn O'Shamter, N. Y., an uncommonly fast player, has found a second home on the flat Speedway course. He won the first tourney by two strokes ovqr Jerry Barber and took the second last yean- in a sudden death plafyofl with Arnold Palmer. Palmer is passing up the "500' : this year but most of the top pros will he in the field of 200. Ford has made $32.73 each time he has hit. a competitive stroke ot i&he Speedway — 550 licks for 518,000. He has played eight straight rounds under par 71, The quick one carded an opening 66 and linen three straight in I960. Last year he shot 69-6967-68, was caught by Palmer's 40 fool: eagle putt on the last regulai boli!, then fired a par and a winning birdie on the extras. Among flie 34 Indiana golfers enlured in tile open are Sam Car michael of Martinsville, Bill Heinlein of Cairmel and Don Essig ol Indianapolis, who is stationed with the Air Force in France but has temporary duty orders -allowing him to compete in the tourney. Josiah A. Hower, 91, Retired Cabinetmaker, Dues In Rochester FULTON-Joshiah' A. Hower, 91, of Fulton, died at 5:45 p.m. Saturday at Woodlawn hospital in Rochester following an illness of one month. Born March 24, 1871 in.Fulton county, he was the'son of Henry and Leah Weaver Hower. His marriage was to Charily A. Reid on Feb. 17, 1895 and she preceded hint in death. He was a retired cabinetmaker. Survivors include five daughter:!, Mrs. Laverna! Thibodeau, Coleman, Wis.; Mrs. Syble Slump, Danville, .111.; Mrs. Ada Clawson, North Hollywood, Calif.; Mrs. Bernice Thompson; Adelphia, Md. and Mr:). Bertha Waltz, Fulton; two sons, William H., Nadeau, Mich, and Ira, Richmond, Calif.; " 32 grandchildren; 84 great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Ida Downs, Rochester and a brother, Sam, rural route 2, Kewanna. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Ditmire-Davidson funeral home in Fulton with 'Rev. Arthur Truex officiating. Burial will be in the Fulton cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 5 p.m. today. Five Minors Charged With Entering Tavern Five minors .arrested Friday night by city and excise police, will appear Monday morning in city court on charges of entering a tavern. I They are: William E s t e s, 20; Phillip Wood, 20, Everette Welsh, 20, George Fritzler, 19, all of Bunker Hill Air Base; and John Fields, 20, route 2, Kewanna. ' N Each is 'free on $100 bond. Greek Money Swp rise Winner In Photo Finish Of Rich Preakncss BALTIMORE CAP) — • The! Yoaza leaned over and put his Brandywine Stable's Greek Mon-1 elbow into Rotz at the finish. The ey outfought Ridan in a blistering! stewards promptly suspended stretch duel Saturday at sun- j Ycaza indefinitely. baked Pimlico and won 1 the 8,300 Preakness Stakes by. a nose after surviving a foul claim as the two horses brushed under ;he wire. • Jockey Manuel Ycaza aboard Ridan, lodged, the foul claim against Jolin L. Rotz, Who piloted Jreek Money. More than an hour later the stewards disclosed that , official •Urns of the race showed that •The case against Ycaza, the fiery Panamanian who has been sus]>ended many limes, was referred to the Maryland Racing Commission for any further action ,The Kentucky Derby winner, Decidedly, finished out of tho money as did Jaiput, the heavily backed colt from New York. This was the first four claim against a winner in the long his- Logan Merchants Nine Opens Season June2 Plans have been sparkling 20-game made for a schedule by the newly-organized Logansport Merchants baseball club, which will operate here this summer as a participant in the Central Indiana- Booster League (CIBL), it was announced yesterday by Jack Steinman, manager. The learn will open the season in a Saturday night attraction at Riverside park diamond against Kokomo at 8 p.m. The Merchants will play ten times on home ground'and ten on the road under the league schedule which has been mapped for the 1962 seasoin. Steinman said that practice sessions are being held <each Sunday, another one being booked for this afternoon, and that a orew of Hi players will be carried during the season. Most - if the players are between 18 and 25 yejffs of age. The pitching corps will include: Harry (The Chopper) Dahl, Bob Linzey, Tom Beeson and Bill Spangler. Catchers are Jim Sweet, and Harry (Bobbie) Joe Cast •Elliott. Candidates for infield positions Fu/fon Yoii/f/i Injured In One-Car Wreck ROCHESTER- Michael E. Pfeiffer, 19, route 5, Rochester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pfeiffer, was seriously injured in a one car accident Saturday morning at 6 a.m. four miles south of Mentone on Kosciusko county road 800, Pfeiffer was .admitted to Woodlawn hospital wilh a .puncture injury of the neck and severe lacerations of the neck and head. The youlh was given blood transfusions and taken immediately to surgery. He was lisled in fair condition. Kosciusko county sheriff officers said Pfeiffer evidently blacked out while driving to work. His car went through a fence owned by L. E. Smith of Rochester, traveled .through a field and came back onto the road. The car jumped a three.foot embankment, went tliroUgh • another fence,' owned by Noble Babcock of Elna .Green, over part of a field and through a third fence before striking an 800-pound boulder which the car-moved 10 feet. The car then continued, for another 14 feet before coming to a stop. Pfeiffer's head was thrust through the window on the right door of vehicle. He told officers he pulled his head back through the window after the crash; but was unable to give further information about the accident before lapsing into unconsciousness. Pfeiffer was found just, a few minutes after .the accident by Drvin.Thompson, route 2, Roches- ,er., who saw the car go by his lome and heard it crash through he fence. COURT NOTES Estil Kenneth Parson, 38, route 2, Peru, was arrested on a charge of assault and battery Saturday morning after Clay Smith, owner of the'Manitdu Farm Equipment )usiness, 'filed an affidavit: for Parson's arrest. Smith filed the affidavit saying Parson entered Smith's business at 1419 Main and started swinging at Smith. Police reported that; the altercation'took place following'an argument in regard to Smifhj reassessing some farm equipment. Parson was taken to J, P. •arr's court, by city police where 10 posted a $21 bond. Judgment was withjield since the case is still under investigation by the court. Friday afternoon, Benito Cantu, Grand Rapids, Mich.,'driving a semi, got caught as the' 1 flasher signal arms at Main street 'and he Erie-Lackawanna railijoad rossing came came down. The .ruck broke off'one of the fla.'jher arm, doing $150 damage to !lhe ate. are Jim (Buck) Bender, Was Parmeter, Bill Bob Jones, Don Conn, Richie Lehmann, Tom Castaldi, Mike Newto'n and Everett Thomas. Jones and Thomas also are listed as relief pitchers. The outfipld contingent will include Larry (Butch) Jones, Bill Cupy, Paul Bauer, all former LHS Stars. Other garden relief will be provided by the overflow of inficlders and catcher Joe Cast, who is regarded as one of the best hitters on (he .squad. Cast is a Winamac high school product. The season's card: Saturday, . June 2—Kokomo at Logansport, 8 p.m. Sunday, June 3—Logan at Marion, 2 p.m. Friday, June 8—Logan at Kokomo, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 16—Lafayette at Logansport, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 16—Lafayette at Logansport, 8 p.m. Sunday, June 17—Logan at New Caslle, 2 p.m. . Friday, June 22—Logan at Lafayette, 8 p.m. Sunday, June 24—Muncie at Logansport, 2 p.m. Saturday, June 30—Logan at Marion, 5 p.m. Sunday, July 1—Richmond at Logansport, 2 p.m. Thursday, July 5—Logan at Kokomo, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 8—Marion at Logansport, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 14—Kokomo at Logansport, 8 p.m. Sunday, July 15—New Castle at Logansport, 2 p.m. Friday, July 20—Logan at Lafayette, 8 p.m. Sunday, July 22—Logan at Anderson, 2 p.m. Saturday, July 28—Lafayctle at Logansport, 8 p.m. Sunday, July 29—Logan at Muncie, 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 4—Marion at Logansport, 7:30 p.m. . Sunday, Aug. 5—Logan at Richmond, 2 p.m. tory of (he Preakness, which was inaugurated in 1883. While the stewards studied the films, the result was held up for almost 10 minutes before the claim was disullowed. Rof/, had finished second in the 1961 Preakness with Globemasler when Carry Back just caught him at Uie wire. Ycaza had piloted Ridan, who w;is favored in (he D'jrby two weeks ago at Churchill Downs and finished third. Rotz claimed that Ridan, who races in the color of Mrs. Moody JoJIey of Hialeah, Fla., had bothered his horse :»evcral times dui> ing their stretch duel. All eyes we)'<> on the battling lenders as they carae down the long stretch to (he wire before 33,854 screaming fans. Thp temperature was in the upper 90's. The leaders -finished 5,'/4 lengths in front of Roman Line, the sec oncl horse in th« Derby owned by T. A. Grissom of Detroit. It was another 1% lengths back to Frank E. Power's Vimy Ridge, in th<! field off 11. 3-year-olds. Those who watched Decidedly, tin! gray Derby winner, waited (ho late move which brought him victory at Louisville over Itoman Line and Ridan. He swung wide turning for home as Bill Ilartack called on the California-bred colt, owned by George A. Pope Jr. Decidedly, who came up from seventh place, charged down the middle of the (rack to fifth place, bul suddenly ran out of gas and fell back about an eighth of a mile out. 7ime for the I 3-16 mite race, thci 86th and one of the most fu- ricusly fought, was 1 minute 56 1-5 seconds on a fast track. Nashua set the (.rack and Preakness record of 1:54 3-5 in 1955. Greek Money paid $23.80, $9.40 and $6. Ridan, who went off at 5-2, returned $5,00 and $3.20. Ro- miiri Line, ridden by Jimmy Combe it, was $5.80 to show. Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LEAGUE . Cincinnati-Pittsburgh, rain jphiladelphia 7, Chicago 5 New York 6, Milwaukee 5 Jian Francisco 10, Houston 2 AMERICAN LEAGUK Hv'ew York 2, Minnesota 1 Detroit 9, Cleveland 3 Kansas City i!, Washington 4 ;jo.s Angeles (i, Boston 5 (10 innings) Baltimore 11, Chicago 6 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE IJachmond 7, Toronto 2 Cfolumbus 6, Buffalo 5 Jacksonville '<• Rochester 5 Syracuse 5, Atlanta 2 Pacific Cr«>st League Spokane /.&, Salt Lake 12 . 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