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SUNDAY, MAY 20,1962 . . THE PHAROS-THIBUNE and LOGANSPOKTPKESS.EOGANSPOBf. INDIANA PAGE SEVEN \FKOM THE T/M£ DRAWING A PAIR £ TWINS'' , t7~ • ' PUZZLE O US V/HAT Rob Wolf Goes Jo State Finals Logansport's ace hurdler, Bob Wolf, gained a ticket to the state finals track meet when he places second in the high hurdle race al the regional championship evenl in Ft. Wayne Friday. He was the only Berry athlete to gain the finals. Wolf won'his .trial heat in .15.1 seconds but was nosed out at the wire in the finals by Hubbard ol Ft. Wayne Central who was timed in 14.9 seconds. Wolf was timed in 15 seconds flat in second place. Bob Kerns, 100 yard sprinter for Logan, gained the regional finals but ran fitfh in that race, one spot away from a stale finals trip. Jack Wasson failed to place ' in the trials of the 220 as did -Bill Painton in the 100. John Beckman, sophomore quarlermiler, ran his best race, 52.6. seconds, but was seventh in a. fast' field. Jim Lovyes, competing in the shot put, failed to gain the finals when it took a toss of 52 feet or more to qualify. One of the surprises came in the 880 where Hal Sonafrank of Peru won in the excellent time of 1:57.7 with Bob Graf of Kokomo in second. Dennis Jones of Kokomo was nosed out in the mile run although he ran the distance in 4:26. We'll bet you didn't include in your income tax report the money you lead friends to believe you make. RUPTURE-EASER l»t; NO. K065&1 A strong, form-fltttoff washable support for reducible InRuinaJ. hernia. Back lacing adjustable. Snaps up In front. Adjustable Jog strap. Soft, flat groin pad. No nted or feather bands. For men, women, children. Mull orders give mcurare around lowcftt part »f *bdo- •ken. »iato rlrht. left vldn, double. BUSJAHM'S DRUG STORE West Lafayette Takes Sectional Golf Crowin Teams from West Lafayette, •Kokomo and Peru advanced to the state finals along with individual golfers, Dan Smith and Mike Douglass of Lafayette Jeff and Don Wood of Carmel as the 19-team field of IHSAA Sectional golfers toured the Dykeman Municipal links Friday in the first meet of this type ever held in Logansport. West Lafayette won the show with a 304 total as Mike Gery had. a 37-37—74, Mike O'Haver had 40-36—76, Dave Kelso carded a 4137—78 and Brent Harlman brought up the anchor with a 36-40—76. That was five strokes better than second place Kokomo which had a 309 total on the scoring of Rick Seagraves with a 39-36—75, Mike Young at 39-38—77,' Dave DeLong at 39-40—79 and Tom Durham with a 39-39—78. Peru's Bengal Tigers finished third with 311 as Mike Tschiniak scored a 41-38—79; Harold Spranger got 38-37—75 and his twin brother, Gerald Spranger had 3940—79 while Edward King was scoring a 40-38—78. Lafayette Jeff came up with two of the best individual scores in the meet but their other two entrants Van into far too much trouble, Tom Anderson scoring an 81 and Jim Anderson ballooning to an 87. That gave Jeff a 312 total and the Bronchs missed a team trip to the state finals by one stroke. Fifth place went to Carmel with a 313 total while Logansport and Noblesville landed in a deadlock at 31G each 'for sixth place. After that the team scores rose sharply wih Lebanon b'eing ten strokes back in eighth pla'ce. Others in the field were: Rochester 329, Lafayette Central Catholic 330, Delphi 332, .Craw, fordsville 332, Frankfort 333, Oxford 336, Attica 339, Wabash 343, Fowler 360, Tipton 374 and East Tipp 402, West Lafayette 304 Mike Gery 37-37—74; Mike HAVE YOUR CAR Enjoy your vacation and" be sure the car you drive SAP!!! Have it thoroughly checked - FREE! MAY IS CAR SA1FITY MONTH! FREE 10 POINT CHECK Roar Lights Front light* Brakes Exhaust System Tires • Windshiold Wipen Steering System Glass Horn Rear View Mirror INSPia - DETECT -CORRECT DRIVE I-N TODAY JOHNSON iPORD SAABS IMC. Market al 25th Ph. 5103-5104 O'Haver 40-36—76; Dave Kelso 41-37—78; Brent Hartman 38-40— i Kokomo 309 Rick Seagraves 39-36—75; Mike Young 39-38—77; Dave DeLong 39-40—79; Tom Durham 39-39—78. PERU 311 Mike Tschiniak 41-38-79; Harold >Spranger 38-37—75; Edward King 40-38—78; Gerald Spranger 3940—79. Lafayette Jeff 312 Dan Smith 36-35—71; Jim Anderson 43-44—87; Mike Douglass 37-36—73; Tom Anderson 43-3881. Carmel 313 Do'n Wood 35-38—73; Bill Phelan 39-37—76; Steve'Mayhew 43-36— 79; Ed Richards 4441—85. " Logansport 316 Dick Gray 41-40—81; John Moss 39-38—77; Jim Wickersham , 40-38 -78; Don Perfetto 39-41—80. Noblesville 3115 Sam Craig 44-37—81; Pete Deakyne 39-42—81; Bill Bruce 3539—74; Tom Perkins 42-38—80. Lebanon 326 .0. A. Kincaid 40:38—78; Richard Payne 4242—84; Ron Chambers 41-39—89; Gene Merrill. 42-42—84 Rochester 32!l Mike McGuire 42-36—78; Tom Miller 41-39—80; Tom fJawyer 4437—81; Jerry Schleiger 47-43-90. Lafayette CC 330 Tom McMahon 43-36-79; Robert Mohlman 43-42—85; James Lamb 42-39—81; Jim Crousore 4441-85. Delphi 332 Dick Skiles 42-40—82; John Sumpter 4142—83; Dave Goyer 42-44—86; Bill Sieber 4041—81. Crawfordsville 332- Bill Myers 43-38 — 81; James Quinn 40-39—79; James Vowells 46-47—93; Richard Shortz 41-38— 79. Frankfort 333 'Phil Titus 3940-79; Steve Shanks. 43-39-82; Tom Stout 4541—86; Neal Dorsey 42-44—86. , Oxford 336 Steve Fell 4543—88; Howard Vice 38-43—81; Bob Giick 40-37— 77; Ken Leuck 42-48—90. Allies 339 Robert Ward 43-35—78; -John Hatton 4243—85; Jeff Lcfton 4442-86; Doug Hatton 47-43—90. Wabash 343 Mike Sposeep 38-39—77; Tom Yoder 37-47—84; Denny Dan- nagher 48-44—92; Steve: Hoffman 47-43—90. - ' Fowler 360 Gary Pfleeger 47-45—92; Roger Pettijohn 44-44—88; Dave Wcibel 5746—103; Russell Daily 41-36—77. . Tipton 374 Robert Wisehart 47-16 - 93; Darst Jacobs 44-45—89; Kip Kinder 51-47—98; Mike Jones 49-45— 94. . East Tipp 402 Jim Taylor 57-55 — 112; Larry Shaw 50-56—106; Mike- O'Rieley 52-47—99; Steve Mangjni 42-43—85. Pick Players For All-America Bowl BUFFALO, N. Y. (AP) - All- America end Bill Miller from the University of Miami, Fla., was pi-eked Saturday for the East squad in tihe second annual All American Bowl football game June 29.. Linebacker Ed Ryan of Michigan State also was added to the East squad. The West team picked up tackle Ed > Elaine from Missouri. PHILADELPHIA '(AP"T— Pete Retdaff, a star pass catching end with the Philadelphia Eagles, h-as signed his 1962 contracit, General Manager V i n c e MeNa-Nlly announced Saturday. Yanks Beat Twins 2 To Bombers Tie For First As Tigers Trip Indians NEW Y0RK • (AP)—Ralph Terry cooled off the sizzling. Minnesota Twins,with a three-hitter Saturday and the Npw York Yankees eked . out a 2-1 victory • without hospitalized Mickey -Mantle. With -the thermometer bouncing around the 99 degree mark, Terry mowed down tine Twins and struck out seven en route to his fifth victory. Harmon Killebrew, the home run star of Friday night's victory by the Twins,, provided their only run with his seventh homer, a drive into the left field stands in the fourth. .' With Mantle out of action probably for three weeks, due to a severely torn' muscle dn his right thigh, the Yanks played; rookie j Joe Pepitone in center field. However, Pspitone, went hiitless as did Roger Maris, who returned to the starting line-up after being limited to pinch hitting duty in the last two games because of a strained muscle. Maris made -a game-saving oaten of Bernie Allen's fly to deep right in the eighth, leaning back into the stands to grab the ball. Minnesota 000 100 000—1 3 0 New York 020 000 OOx—2 6 1 . Boni'kowski,, Stigman (8) • and Battey; Terry and Howard. W — Terry (5-4). L—Bon-ikowski (3-2). Home run — Minnesota, Kille*brew (7). . . this route in the 95-degree temperature—hottest May 19 in Philadelphia Weather Bureau n.istory— to gain his -third victory and put an end to his own five-game los- tnj; streak. Chicago 001 003 010—5' 8 3 Philadelphia 000 '600 Olx—7 11 0 Hobbie, Balsa'mo (4), Anderson (7), Sohultz (8) .and Thacker, Bertell (7); Mahaffey and Dalrymple. W — Mahaffey (3-5)! L-i Hobbie (0-5). Home runs — Chicago, Brock (4). Philadelphia, Mahaffey (1). ORIOLES SHOW POWER CHICAGO (AP)-Home runs by Jim Gentile, John Powell and Ch'arley Lau, powered the Baltimore Orioles to an li-6 victory over the Chicago White 'Sox Saturday. ' Gentile and Powell connected for ihree-run blasts, both featuring five-run rallies. Gentile's homer came in the first and helped chase rookie right-hander Joel Horlen who made the start for the Sox but couldn't get anybody out. The Sox rallied for three runs off Steve Barber in the second and went ahead with another three-run rally in the third. Eddie Fisher and Buss Kemmerer held the Orioles in check until the seventh when Brooks Robinson and. Gentile opened with singles. Powell then put the Orioles ahead 8-6 with a homer his sixth of the year. Baltimore 500 000 510—11 13 3 Chicago 033 000 000— 692 Barber, Hall (4) and Lau; Hor len, Fisher (1), Kemmerer '(3), Lown (7), Debussohere (8) and Rosolli.-W-Mall (2-1). L-Kemerer (1-1).' Home nuns—Baltimore, Gentile (8), Powell (6). BUNNING STARS CLEVELA1TO (AP) - Detroit's Jim, Bunning turned in a neat relief job and smacked a. home run as the Tigers beat the Cleveland Indians 9-3 Saturday. Bunning, iwho replaced sta-rter Dion Mossi in the eighth inning with one out, protected Detroit's 4-3 lead by striking 'out the next two men and retiring five in a row.' The Tigers broke open a tight; game in the ninth with' a five- run nally highlighted by Burning's solo blast off reliever Frank- Funk, the third Cleveland huiier. Four of |he runs were unearned as the Indians made four errors in the ninth, Detroit 310 000 005^-9 10 1 Cleveland 001 000 030—3 7'4 Mossi, Burning (8) and Brown; Perry, Bell .(2), Rink (8), Allen (9) anS Romano. W—Mossi (3-4). L-Perri' (2-1).' Home runs—Detroit, Fernandez (3), Bunning (1). Cleveland, Essegian' (8), Green (3). MKTSlTALLY MILWAUKEE (AP)—The New York Mats pulled from behind with a four-run uprising in the eighth inning and edged the Mil waukee Braves 6-5' Saturday with Frank Thomas supplying long ball power. Thomas, sold by tlhe Braves for $150,000 last winter, hit Oils 10th homer in the second and then launched thci decisive rally with a triple. Hie also collected a single. - Baffled, for seven innings by rookie right-hander Cecil Butler, the Mets put together four straight singles and a sacrifice fly after Thomas' triple. Butler dette who was charged with his foudlh straight loss. Burdette has not won a game llhis season. New York 010 001 040—6 12 0 Milwaukee 200' 300 000—5 ,6 2 I-Iook, Moorhead (4), Mackenzie (6), Anderson (8) asd Taylor, Landrith (8); Butler, .Burdette (8) -and Crandall. W-Maeke'nzie (1-1. L-B'urdette (0-4)."- : Home Run—New York, Thomas (10). '. ; PJrIILS TRIM CUBS PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia ; Phillies scored six runs, in the, fourth inning Saturday and them .went on for a 7-5 victory over • the Chicago Cubs at Connie Mack Stadium before a knothole crowd.of 23,883. - Right-hander Art Mahaffey went UTILITY MAN CONNECTS WASHINGTON (AP) - Ed Charles, a utility .infielder who s hitting 1 .156 at game time, clouted a home run and .two run producing singles to lead the Kan sais City Athletics lo an 8-4 decision over the Washington Senators Saturday. Norman Bass made hi-s first appearance as a relief pitcher for hi! A's after failing to go the dis- iance seven tones as a starter, and was the winner. His record is 1-5. 'tlhe Senators staked Don Rudolph to an eady three-run lead, but the A's tied it in the fifth on Charles' homer and a two-run home run by Dick Howser. Kiinsas City 000 031 022—8 11 1 Washington. . 012 001 000-4 12 1 .Ditmar,, Bass (3) and Sullivan; Rudolph, McClain (8), Kulyna (9) and Schmidt, W—Bass (1-5). L— Rudolph (1-1). itfame runs —r Kansas City, Charles (2), Howser (4). ANGELES" WIN IN uth [BOSTON (AP) — Switch hitter B<ib Rodgers singled in the 10th inning.for a 6-5 Los Angeles vie tory over the Boston Red Sox Sat- u-rda^. Rodgers, who had struck out his two previous at-bats, moved id the left side of the plate against southpaw reliever Chet Nichols and singled home Joe Koppe, who had walked and moved to second or: a sacrifice. [n the two previous innings Nichols had stranded the poten- tiiil winning run on third base, (he first time with 'the bases loaded in the 3igMh after a two- run single by Felix Torres had pulled the Angels into a tie. Earlier, the story of the game w.is home runs. American- League leader Leon Wagner hit a tworun. homer in 'the sixth for Lo:> Angeles. Teammate, Billy Moran hit a solo round-tripper in the fourth. Los Angeles 001) 102 020 1-4 9 1 Boston _ 000 113 000 0—5 8 0 Bowsfleld, Morgan (6), Fowler (7), Chance (8) • and Sadowski, Roders '(7); Wilson, Hadatz (7), NXICHOLS (8) and Tittman. W Chance (2-3). L—Nichols (0-1). Home runs—Los Angeles, Moran (3),' Wagner (11). Boston, Tillman (1), Hardy (2). 5 State Track Records May Get General Overhauling On Saturday By RON GILBERT Associated Press, Sports Writer Indiana high school stale meet track and field records may urn- forgo an extensive rewrite job at Indianapolis Tech filed next Saturday. The men who'could do it will be there. .The top regional performances FRISCO CLIPS COLTS SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—Young left - tender ' Mike M-cCormick, making his first start for San Francisco in more than a month, whipped Houston 10-2 Saturday with the help of three two-out Giant home runs in • the seventh inning. The Colls collected nine hits and left men on base in every inning except the ninth as McCormick struggled gamely along. The fireballer, bothered all spring by a stiff shoulder, lost his sliut- out in the eighth on two singles and Bob Aspromonte's bad-bounce triple. With McCormick tiring, Manager Alvin Dark used a pinch hitter for him in the eighllh and Don Larsen finished. With two down in the seventh, Willie Mays hit his llth home run. Chuck Hiller walked and Or lando Oepeda followed with his llth homer, a 420-foot drive to center field. Matty Alou beat out a single, then "Ed Bailey conlin ued the onslaught against reliev er Dave Giusti with his iSighl'h home run. Houston 000 000 020— 292 San Fran. 004 000 Six—ID 14 2 . Witt, 'Giusti (3), McMaJion (8) and R-anew, Busby (8),; McCormick, Larson (9) -and Bailey. W— McCormick (1-1). L—Witt (0-1). Home runs — San Francisco, Mays (11), Cepeda (11), Bailey (8). Friday were better than the state meet records in five events, equal jo ftose in two and close in two others of the 13 events to be contested. Gary Roosevelt seems almost certain to break its own 1960 mile relay record of 3:23.4, having come within half a second of the national record at 3:15.7 in the regional Friday. And Gary Tolleston has a 3:17 time that was^only second best in the regional. The 440-dash record of 48.8 sec- pnds, set by Marvin Morgan of Anderson in 1961, could go to Tolleston's Howard Harris, who set an all-time state record of 48.4 in the regional after hitting 48.5 during the season. The mark in the 880-yard run, set at 1:58.2 by Henry King of Fort Wayne Central in 1981, seems Picketed for James Harris of Gary Roosevelt, a 1:55.5 regional winner with a regular season lime of 1:54.3. Larry Hood of Roosevelt won the 220-yard dash in 20.9, an all- time slate record, and could crack the state meet mark of 21.2, set by Joe Gonzalez of Gary Froebel in 1948. Jerry Saffell of La Porte, with a 14.2 regional time, could take .the 14.5 high hurdles record owned by Oatess Arohey of Marion since 1955. His 14.2 tied the all-time record set by Dick Stillwagon of Muncie Central in 1955. The low hurdles a.nd half-mile relay records were equaled in the regionals, and the 100 and high jump marks were approached. Bernie Rivers of East Chicago Washington, (he fastest ever in the 100 and 9.6 during the season, pulled a muscle and couldn't qualify in that event, but he placed in the 220. He did 21 flat during the season and could give Hood a race if he's well again. The state meet records, with the regional .bests in parentheses: SIGN HALFBACK CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Bears announced Saturday the signing of halfback Charlie Bivins for the 1962 National Football League campaign. Bivins, 24, joined (he Bears in 1960 after playing college football at Morris Brown, Atlanta. 100—: 09.8, Fred Eliott, Kokomo, UI34 (:09.9, Richard Dilling, Gary Mann", and Randy Weddle, Nap pjnee). 220 —:21.2, Joe Gonzales, Gary Froebel, 1948 (C20.9, Larry Hood, Gary Roosevelt). 440—:48.8, Marvin Morgan, Anderson, 1961 04S.4, Howard Harris, Gary Tollcston). i-l:56.2, Homy King, Fort Wayne Central, 1961 (1:55.0, James Harris.Gary Roosevelt). Mile 4 : 19.8, Steve Hibler, Fort Wayne Concordia, 1959 (4:25.2, Myers, Font Wayne North). High hurdles — :14.5, Oatess Arohey, Marion, 1955 014.2, Jerry S-iffell, La Porte). Low hurdles—: 19.1, Bob Buck, Gary Rroebel, 1955 (:19.1, Jerry S.affell, La Porte, and Clay Leek, Gary Roosevelt), High jump — 6 feet 6 inches, Gerry Williams, Indianapolis Siortridge, 195!) (6-5, Samuel Williams, South Bend Adams). Broad jump—23 feet 3'/i inches, Otlva Thomas, Evansville Central, 1D61 (22-6%, Eniest Harper, Gary Bioose'velt). Shot put—57 feet 8!4 inches, Tom Siefert, Fort Wayne North, 11)58 (55-6, Steve Tcrlep, Elkhart). Pole vault — 13 feel 6 inches, Billy Moore, Logansport, 1942 (13 foet, Paul Griffin, Gary Tolleskm) Mile relay—.'1:23.4, Gary Roosevelt, 1960 (3:15.7, Gary Roosevelt). Half-mile relay - 1:30.6, Elkhart, 1959 U : 30.6, Gary Roosevelt). AMAZING STORY Jan. 10, 1960 — Pittsburgh, Pa. "Doctored for psoriasis 30 years. .Spent much money to no avail. Then used GHP Ointment and Tablets for 2 weeks. Scales disappeared as if by magic. In 8 •.veeks skin completely cleared and clean. First time in 30 years. Thanks for your marvelous products." This much abbreviated re- i ;jort tells of a user's success with .j dual treatment for psoriasis now :made available to all sufferers. IFull information and details of- a l» day trial plan from Canam Co., Dept. 280 tt Rockport, Mass. 1 ! HOT WEATHER IS HEREJ ...buy a smart summer There is no need to sweltsr this summer. 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