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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 22, 1962
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Tuesday Evening, May 22, 1982 Koufax Turns Back Giants Indians' Big Bats Set Another Home Run Mark By JOE CARGIS UPI Sporls Writer Manager Walt Alston of the Los Angeles Dodgers keeps insisting Sandy Koufax could be the best pitcher in the major/leagues, and the Brooklyn-born strikeout king couldn't have picked a better time to make his boss look good. Koufax, who led the majors with 269 strikeouts last season, fanned 10 San Francisco batters Monday night to run his 1962 total to 82 while pitching the Dodgers to the Giants. an 8-1 victory over It marked the 33rd time in the 27-y e a r-old left-hander's career that he had fanned at least 10 batters in a game. Koufax permitted the National League-leading Giants just five hits in picking up his fifth victory of the season against only two losses. Ends Losing Streak The victory snapped game Los Angeles losing three- streak and kept the Dodgers 14 percentage points behind the Cardinals, with whom they are virtually tied /or second place. The Cards; beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 4-1, and now are 3'/£ gajnes behind the Giants — the same margin by which the Dodgers trail San Francisco. Orlando Cepeda spoiled Koufax' shutout when he hit his 12th home run of the season in the seventh inning for San Francisco's only run. Tommy Davis provided Sandy with all the batting help he needed with a two-run homer in (he fourth and later hit two doubles. Billy O'Dell, the first of three Giant pitchers, was the loser. The Houston Colts nipped the New York Mets, r 3-2, and the Pittsburgh Pirates whipped the Chicago Cubs, 8-4, in other NL games. The Cincinnati at Milwau. kee game was postponed because of rain. Set Homer Mark In the American League, the red-h o t Cleveland Indians hit three more home runs to set a major league record of 28 in nine games while beating the Baltimore Orioles, 10-7, to take: over the league lead; the Kansas City Athletics downed the Boston Red Sox, 10-5; the Minnesota Twins defeated the Washington Senators, 5-3, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Chicago White Sox, 7-3. The Yankees and Los Angeles Angels were idle. Major League Results American League 101 302 300—10 14 1 003 100 001— 5 12 2 Kansas City Boston Walker (5-2) and Azcue. Conley. Barley (6), Fornitles (7), Kolstad (9) and Tillman. Loser — Conley (4-4). HR—Azcue, Walker, Bressoud. Minnesota 000 021 110— 5 10 0 Washington 010 001 010— 3 8 1 Pascuar (6-2) and Battey, Zimmerman (3). Stenhouse, Hobaugh (7), Kutyna (9) and Schmidt. .Loser—Stenhouse (3-1). HR — Killebrew, Piersall. Baltimore Cleveland 000 204 010— 7 13 0 403 000 003-10 11 0 Brown, Stock (3), Roberts (4), Wilhelm (6), Hoeft (8) and Triandos. Grant, Latman (6), Bell (9) and Romano. Winner— Bell (3-3). Loser - Hoeft (0-3). HR-Dillard, Held, Gentile, Brandt 2, Snyder, Romano. Detroit Chicago 510 100 000— 7 12 2 020 000 010— 381 Foytack, Nischwitz (8) and Brown. Wynn, Fisher (1), Zanni (5), Lown (7), Kemmerer (9) and Lollar, Roselli (9). Winner— Foytack (2-1). Loser — Wynn (2-3). HR— Colavito," Ferna'ndez, Apari- (Only games scheduled) National League Chicago 301 000 000— 4 10 1 Pittsburgh 040 010 12x— 8 13 0 Ellsworth, Anderson (7) and Tappe, Thacker (8). Francis, Sturdivant (3) and Leppert. Winner — Sturdivant Ellsworth (3-5). (2-2). Loser- Phila St. Louis 010 000 000— 1 I! 1 020 002 OOx— 4 (! 1 Bennett, Green (6), MoLish (7) and Dalrymple. Broglio, Washburn (2), Shantz (8) and Oliver. Winner — Washburn (3-0). laser —Bennett (0-1). HR — Sievers, White. New York 020 000 000— 272 Houston 002 000 Olx— 3 fl 1 Hillman, Mizell (3) and Taylor. Golden (2-1) and Smith. Loser— Mizell (1-2). San Fran 000 000 100— 1 ii 1 Los Angeles 000 201 05x— 8 11 1 O'Dell, Boh'n (7), Larsen (7) and Bailey. Koufax (5-2) and Roseboro. Loser — O'Dell (5-2). HR— T. Davis, Cepeda. American Golf League Race in Three-Way Tie The American division of the Logansport golf course has been thrown into a three-way tie with two other learns in close contention while Chamption Insurance holds a commanding lead in the National loop as a result of weekend play. Farmers and Merchants Bank, D'Andrea Distributors and Coca- Cola are lied for the American lead with- 626 points after three weeks of play. Sinclair is right behind with 623. Coke led the pace among the four teams this weekend with 208 points. But Foster's AmLisement led the scoring for the weekend by amassing 213 markers, high for both leagues. Champion moved further in front in the National by picking up 211 points, second to First National's 212 in the division. Champion now has 631 points to .second •place First Federal's 614. But there are only four points separating the next four teams in the league. Individual honors were taken by Dan Keller and John Carithiers in the low gross department with one-over-par ' 71s. Dave Towne, Bob Davis and J. J. Werner carded 72s. Pat McLoehlin had the low net when he fired a 73 with his 11 handicap to give him a net 62, He was the leading scorer during the weekend with 62 points. NATIONAL LEAGUE Champion 631 First Federal 61* Kitchell Ins. 606 First Nat. Bank , 606 R-Bar • 624 Benny's T-T 602: Drewrey's 588 Pepsi 587 One-Hour 570 WSAL 567 AMERICAN LEAGUE F & M Bank 62fi D'Andrea Dist. . 626 Coca-Cola - 626 Sinclair 623 Ray's 618 Club 17 60.1. Falstaff 59G Foster's Amus. 591 ' Sterling ', 581 Harris 574 Yesterday The White Sox played YOU could have seen each and every, inning AT HOME with Jerrald Cable TV Jen-old Electronics Corp. Pioneers; In Cable Television Baseball Standings Major League Stamtings By United Press International American League Cleveland. New York • Minnesota Los Angeles Chicago Baltimore - . Detroit Kansas City Boston Washington W. L. 21 -13 20 13 22 18 20 18 Pet. GB .618 ... .606 % .595 ] / 2 .545 2 .526 3 .514 3% .16 17 17 21 13 21 9 24 .485 4>/a .447 .382 .273 Tuesday's Probable Pitchers Kansas City at Boston — Wi-ck- ersham (3-1) vs. Cisco (3-3). Los Angeles at New, York (night) — Chance (1-3) vs. Ford (3-3). Minnesota at Washington (night) — Lee (3-2) -vs.' McClain (0-4). Baltimore at Cleveland (night) — Pappas (4-2) vs. Donovan (7-0). Wednesday's Games Kansas City at New York Minnesota at Boston, night Cleveland at Chicago, night Detroit at Baltimore,, night Los Angeles at Washington, night National Leagus San Francisco St. Louis Los Angeles Cincinnati Pittsburgh Milwaukee Philadelphia Houston New York Chicago W. 28 22 24 i.9 18 16 15 14 '12 12 L. Pel. GB .700 ... .629 8Mi .615 3'/ 2 .559 6 .529 7 .432 W% .429 lfli/4 .378 12'/a .375 12 .324 14'/z Tuesday's Probable Pitchers Chicago at Pittsburgh (night)— Cardwell (0-4) vs. Friend (4-4). Cincinnati at Milwaukee (night) —O'Toole (3-5) vs. Shaw (4-1). Philadelphia at St. lams night) —Mclish (4-0) vs. Gibson (4-2). New York at Houston (night)— Craig (.2-4) vs. Farrell (3-3). San Fraqcisco at Los Angeles (night)—Sanford (4-3) vs. Drysdale (5-3) or Williams (2-1). Wednesday's Games Chicago at Milwaukee, night Pittsburgh at.St. Louis, night Cincinnati at Houston, night New York at Los 'Angeles, night Philadelphia at San Fran., night 28 Players Added to LL Squads Twenty-eight new boys have been assigned to the six teams in the American division of the local Little League following the annual auction Monday night. League officials conducted the auction at the home of Player Agent Don Grain. The 'National League auction for new players is scheduled to be conducted this evening. Players added to teams through the auction include: Coca Cola Dodgers—Bruce Me- Cormack, F. Vernon, John Chadwick, all 9 years old; Kenny D. Sailors, 10 years old; Alan Barefoot and Steven Vogland, 11 years old! David's Orioles Ronald Kragh- baum, 9; Thomah Roller and David'Foster, 10;'John Sholty 11. Logansport Metal Culvert Gi- Legion Team Sets Tryouts Saturday; Open Slate June 9 The first tryouts for the American Legion baseball team in Logansport will be held'this Saturday at 2 p.m. at Riverside Park according to Coach Bob Hunter. Hunter says he has hopes of several boys on the 1962 edition of the Logan high team to be in .contention for positions on the "Legion' team as well as several from county schools;' Among the Berries who are expected to try for jobs on the team are Brian Smith, Bud Smith, Bill Madonna, Don Speitel, Rick McClure, Tom Gaby, John Conrad, Ed Maple, Jack Hewitt and John White. Hunter said he hopes that am'png the county athletes applying for jobs on the team will be Royal Center's Mike Maloy, Lucerne's Jerry Robinson, and Larry Curry and Lloyd Cabiness and Mick Owens ' of Washington Twp. The Logan coach said, however, that he lad heard Curry may be play- ihg'ifor the .Walton Legion team. The local team is in the Second District with Valparaiso, Warsaw, Winamac, Lafayette, Monticello, Caihden. Delphi and Walton. The teams are allowed to carry 20 players until June, 30 and* then must, cut down. to 16. The first game- slated for the locals is June 9 in a non-district affair at Michigan City. 'The next day the team opens at home with Valparaiso and the latter team will'then play Walton as part of a 'double-header. Hunter said Walton and Logan may slate combination ^win-bills throughout the year to help visiting teams cut down on expenses. Instead of making two trips the other teams can then make just one trip to Cass County. The team will play 25 games during ' its schedule before the playoffs in July. The top four teams in the district have a playoff at the end of the season to place two teams in the regional tournament that will be played at Riverside Park Aug. 3-5 with district winners from districts one a"nd six. Hunter said during the yeai: the local squad will be playing at hdme every Wednesday night. He also said there is a need for umpires for the league. Anyone interested can contact him at his home. Helping Hunter with the running of the Falcons will be Tim Wagner and Jack Maloy. NFL Club Owners Cheer Court Win By NORMAN MILLER UPI Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI) - National Football League club owners ga-ther today to .take up some business matters and to celebrate their legal victory which leaves the young American League to thrive or fail strictly on its own competitive .merits. • Liamar Hunt of Dallas, founder of the AFL, is considering an appeal from Monday's decision by Baltimore Judge Ro.szel Thomson. That decision rejected the AFL's anti-monopoly suit asking for $10 million an damages from the N'FL. In the absence of any heop of the courts, however, it appeared that .the American League would have to stake its success on its public appeal, which has not been overwhelming during the first two years of its existence. Judge Thomsen's decision -con ceiva-bly might have ordered the NFL to abandon D'allas to the AFL exclusively, as well as pay da-mages: Such a decision might have -beefed up the American Leaguers' coffers, given them the enlire Dallas -market and greatly raised their prestige -in the eyes of the public. Without a court victory, the AFL must continue to buck the established NFL at the box office, on television and in the market for college ta-lent. Commissioner P e r e Rozelle called the decision "a complete vindication of the NFL." American League officials expressed some disappointment, but said the league would continue and would thrive. "This case was just one of the steps forward in .the progress of the- American .Football League," said AFL Commissioner Joe Foss in .Sioux Falls, S.D. "We're looking forward to our greatest season in 1962." American Association W. L. Pet. G.B. Indianapolis ...1813 .581 ... Denver ........ 1813 .581 ... Omaha ........ 1914 .578 ... Oklahoma City . . 15 18 .455 4 Louisville ...... 1519 .441 4'/ 2 Dallas^Ft. Worth 20 .375 6'/4 Monday's Results Louisville 6 Dallas-Fort Worth 5 (night) Omaha at Indianapolis, night, postponed, rain. (Only, games scheduled) Today's Games Dallas-Ft Worth at Louisville Omaha at Indianapolis Oklahoma City at Denver. ants—Michael L. Rush, Gregory L. Rozzi, James Farrer,.9; Terry Lee Gordon, 10; Chuck Hammontree, 11; Howard Depoy, 12. RBM Shamrocks — Joseph R. Eisert and B. McMinn, 9; Ronald W. Gaby and Byron Kerns, 10. Ray's Indians—Timothy Gaby, Richard A. Brink and Randy Grubbs, 9; Don Gribble, 10. .National Bank Senators—Michael Hans, Richard Bair, Mike Sample arid David Warpe'nburg, all 9. ' " Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuns Announce Rosters, Slates For Twelve Mile Youth Loop TWELVE MILE—The sch'edule and player rosters for the Twelve Mile Youth League have been announced by league officials. Player Agent Harold Johnston made the announcements Monday. Five teams will operate this year in the league which has opening day ceremonies on Saturday, June, starting with.a parade at 6:15 o'clock at the twelve Mile EUB church. First game will be at 7 p.m.. that evening, the regular starting time throughout the season. Teams to operate and players are; Cubs—B. Sluber, L. Fiedler, N. Fiedler, P. Oliver, G. Oliver, D. Wilson, D. Pear, T. Galloway, M. Callander, J. Boggs, D. Hitzeman, Goetz Leads Indianapolis Open Tests INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Professional Bob Goetz of Tulsa, Clkla., Monday led 10 qualifiers into sec tional play of the U.S. Open Golf championship. Goetz fired a six-under-par 134 for the 38-hole test at the Country Club of Indianapolis on rounds of for the 36-hole test at the Country Club of Indianapolis on rounds of 65 and 61) for a two-stroke edge over his nearest rival, Hoosier pro Joe Campbell of Pcndleton. Indiana amateur champion Sam Carmiehael, Martinsville, was third with an even par 140. Two other amateurs qualified for the next round—former Notre Dame star Tom Matey of Indianapolis and Bob Fay of Evaniivilie —with 141s. Also at 141 was Bob Shave of Willoughby,' Ohio. Harler was the final qualifier, beating amateurs Ted Ksitula, Greencastle, and Jerry Jackson, Kokomo, with a par four on the first hole of a playoff. Logansport Sixth In NCCGolf Meet KOKOMO— Kokomo and New Castle's Mike .Fadely walked off wil;h the honors at the North Central Conference golf tournament here Monday afternoon. The -Wildcats defended their chiimpionship by edging New Castle with a four man total of 310 to 312. Richmond finished third with 312. There was a fourth place tie between Lafayette and Muncie Central at 322 and Logansport was sixth with 327. Others in order were: Marion 332, Anderson 355, Frankfort 357 and Indianapolis Tech 392. Fadely copped honors with a the individual 36-38—74, two strokes better than runner-up Dave Wise of Kokomo. Other members of the winning Kokomo team were: Rick Sea- gnives, 39-42—81; Mike Young, 4(|.37_77; Dave DeLong, 37-40— 7V; Tom Durham 43-37—80. Each team entered five players in.the tournament with the lowest four counting in the team total. Here's Good News for CIGAR SMOKERS A new cigar that brings back the old-time flavor and aroma of all natural leaf tobacco ... at a popular price. CORONA SIZE ONLY toi CUSTOMMADE V GOLD FOIL 5-PACK ONLY 491 Enjoy an aEI-tobacco cigar that smokes better and tastes better because it's made entirely of natural lleaf tobaccos ... quality blended for a mild, even smoke." Ask for CRANE'S CUSTOM MADE CORONA at your favorite cigar counter If it comes from THE 'HOUSE OF CRANE 'it's a good cigar John Moss was the only Logansport player to'crack the 80 mark with a 38 on the lough front side and a 40 on Ihe back for a 78. Dick Gray was 40-42—82; Jim Wickersham, 4141—32; Don Perfetto, 43-40—89; and Dave George 4G-39—85. Marion was one of the biggest disappointments of the tournament. The Giants had tallied a 301 in' the Anderson sectional last Friday and will participate in the state meet this weekend. But Monday .the Giants were far from a solid golf team. C. Vogelman, Simmons, S. Wiler, A. Bookwalter and Manager Ray Stuber. Braves—M. L. Martin, B. Martin, R. Kite, B. Minlhorn, M. Lee, J. Lee. R. Eurit, R. Smith, R. Moss, P. Yeakley, M. Bechdol, J. Boslic, F. Seahase, T. Rearick, D. Morris and manager Leroy Moss. Yankees—G. Staller, R. Staller, M. Eikenberry, B. Eikenberry, M. Hoover, J. Hubenthal, B. Skinner, L.-Griest, R. Randall, T. Johnson, R. Gillem, D. Gillem, B. Gillem, E. Lohnnan, S. Linn and manager Wally Eikenberry. Cards—M. Davidson, L. Gearhart, L. Grandstaff, D. Brown, B. Hershberger, C. Barker D. Moss, B. Miller, D. Kemp, J. Williamson, J. Winegardner, D. Benedict, B. Benedict, T. Stanlon and manager Francis Hershberger. Tigers-C. Fable, W. Young, J. Eaton, D Hook, T. Kelly, S. Dennis B. Dennis, D. Monroe, R. Pickens, K. Mimdy, J. Hileman, H. Yike, R. Boycr, D. Peter and manager Raymond Pickens. The schedule for the season as listed by Karl .Smith president of Ihe Youth League, follows: June 2—Cards, vs. Yankees, Braves vs. Tigers. June 6—Tigers vs. Cubs; Yankees vs. Braves. June 9—Cubs vs. Braves; Cards vs. Tigers. •Tune 13—Tigers vs. Yankees, Cui>s vs. Cards. June 16—Yankees vs.' Cubs; Braves vs. Card.s. .Tune 20—Yankees vs. Cards; Ti- geirs vs. Braves. J'une 23—Braves vs. Yankees;; Cubs vs. Tigers. June 27—Braves vs. Cubs; Timers vs. Cardinals. .'lune 30—Yankees vs. Tigers; Cards vs. Cubs. July 7—Cards vs. Braves; Cubs vs. Yankees. ,'Fuly 14—Braves vs. Tigers; lards vs. Braves. July 18—Tigers vs. Cubs; Yankees vs. Braves. July 21—Carda vs. Tigers; Cubs vs. Braves. July 25—Cubs vs. Cards; Tigers vs., Yankees. July 28—Braves vs. Cards; Yankees vs. Cubs. Aug. 1,3,4—Tournament. All rained out games will be pliiyed on the first or third Mon-' day night following the delayed 1 antes t. JCC Plans Junior Meet The Logansport Junior, Chamber of Commerce is making plans for a Junior Olympic program to be held here June 14 and 15. The meet is held for boys and girls from ages 8-14 in four di visions for both. Chairman Jim Musselman says the divisions are eight-year olds, 9 and 10, 11 and 12 and the senior group, 13-14. The younger ^group will have a 50-yard dash and baseball throw for both boys and girls; group 9-10, a 50 and 75 yard dash, baseball throw, basketball and football for boys, while the girls will have Hie two running events and the baseball throw. In the 11-12 group the boys will have 75 and 100 yard dashes and baseball, basketball and football, as well as a high jump. The girls will have the same; with the exception that the broad jump will be in place of the 'high jump and there will be no football. In the older group the boys will have 100 and 220 yard dashes, a broad jump and high jump, football, basketball and baseball. The girls in this group will have a 100-yard dash, broad jump, baseball throw and basketball. Further details on the meet will be 'announced at a later dale. CAR OWNER HAPPY WITH SMASHED DOOR List year he sawed real money by insuring with State Farm. And how that his claim's been paid so fast and fairly he knows State Farm was a good deal i r> every way. * Low Kites for careful drivers. One car o-vner out of two may save $10, $:!0, $30 or more. * More full-time aifcnts and salaried claims men than any company. * World's largest car insurer! Contact your State Farm "Family Insurance Man." Y(U DON'T 6IVE UP PROTECTION TO GET STATE FIRM'S LOW RATES! 1214E. 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