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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 18

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 23, 1962
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'Eighteen Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Rambling At Random Sports Banquet Honors LHS Athletes Tonight With the exception of the appearance of Bob Wolfe in the state track meet the athletic season is over at Logansport High School for another school year. Wednesday night at the K of C the athletes in all the interscholastic sports wiil be honored at a dinner featuring Butler University Athletic Director Tony Hinkle. Wolf's attempt in the high hurdles at Indianapolis Saturday will put the official finishing stroke on the activities. Bob will have his work cut Out lor him and if he even qualifies for the finals it would be quite an accomplishment. * * « # * * Logansport Football Coach Harvey Roberts and local football fans got somewhat ol a scare last week when it was learned that star fullback Bob Kerns might move to Elkhart as soon as the school year was finished But the rumor has been dispelled and the junior speedster will return for another year on the Logansport gridiron. Bob will be too old to participate in track next year. Kerns has been living for the past few years with Fairvicw's assistant principal, Loren Dannheiscr. Dannheiser has signed a teaching contract with the Elkhart school system for the .1962-63 school year. It was at first feared that Kerns might move wife the school teacher. But Bob has decided to move in with relatives in Logansport and finish his education here. 44* # * '* Friday afternoon this writer will make the trip to Indianapolis for •the state track meet and to take in the "500* Festival open. Looking at the record book put out by the tournament officials it's found that record round is Bill Casper's 62 in 1960. Casper had 32 the front side and 30 the back. Caspar used 27 puts during the round. But the putting phase,is not a record. Jerry Barber used only 25 • putts in the first round in 1960 while carding a 63. Both players are entered in this year's tournament. Among the other "name" players on hand are: Dave Ragan, Dave Hill Don Whitt, Billy Maxwell, Paul Harney, Art Wall, Lionel Hebert, Joe Campbell, Julius Boros, Tommy Jacobs, George Bayer, Bob Rosburg, Jack Nicklaus. Jack Fleck, D.on January, Johnny Pott, Mike Souchak, Jack Burke Jr., Ted Kroll, "Bill Casper, Gary Player, Bill Collins, Jay Hebert, Al Johnston and. many others. Despite the fact that Arnold Palmer and Sarn Snead are missing from the field, it should be quite a tournament and should draw a large following. « * * * * * A funny thins; about the Dykeman Park golf course: To dale shooting a 71-74 has been little trouble to a few golfers. There have been several rounds in that category. But Breaking par (70) seems to pose quite a oroblem. Par on the front side is 36 and it has been rakr cd considerably by the better golfers. The back side's 34 par has been matched several! Hmes and broken on a few occasions. But to our knowledge there hasn't been a 69 or better recorder this season. At least not in comnEtition. * « * » * * Some of the Chicago sports writers have been on Cubs' owner P. K. Wrigley lately for building a ball team that has been described as a "scrap heap." We agree. Recently a dual involving sending George Altman to Milwaukee for catcher Del Crandall was in the fire but fell through. What good this would have done the Cubs is beyond us. • Wrigley is going to have to do some wholesaling if the Cubs are to build and he might just as well start with Ernie Banks. ' During the inter-league trading season he undoubtably received plenty of lucrative offers for the slugging first baseman. It goes without saying the Cubs need pitching. * * * * * * • The Cubs coitfcl get plenty for Banks. In the American League they -might have picked up Jim Bunning or Frank Lary as well as another lesser pitcher for Banks. With the June 15 trading deadline still some time away the Cubs can still deal him off for a couple of top notch players. Certainly it's realized the punch that Banks adds to the Cub lineup and that he's a great favorite among the fans. But unless Wrigley and Cub fans want to watch the Chicago team dwell around in eighth, ninth or tenth place for the next five years, some one-fpr-lhree or two-for-four trade involving Banks will probably have to be made. _ With the start the Cubs have this'season it might be well to wait until the fall and get Banks out of the league so he won't come back and haunt Wrigley field. „ But if the Cubs are going to get away from that scrap heap dis- cription they're going to have to pull off a big deal. And let's face it. Are the other clubs interested in besides Banks? * » * * * * It is seldom a member of the fourth estate turns his blade on another, especially when they work on the same newspaper. But, lo and behold, it has happened right here at the Pharos-Tribune. Once a week in one section of this paper there is a column called by its author "News and Views." The "views" last week were an apparent attempt to disguise or diviate from the: fact the writer has a complete lack of self-discipline. She panned the other members of the staff for attempting lo stop smoking, or for stopping and then starting again. Some of the .reporting was quite true but never-the-less it was very devious. At one point she wrote, "True, the smog has cleared up. You now can see who's been 1 sitting on the other side of the office all this time." The fact of the matter is that the three members of this staff that stopped momentarily are all situated in one corner of the room and looking on a straight line from her desk to the desk of a non-smoking reporter, she had not apparently seen before, is a straight line separated by the desk of one non-smoker. Therefore, it is rather safe to assume that if she had not been able to see across the room in this direction before, it was through the fault of one of two things: She couldn't see through the'smoke that continually clouds her part of ; the office, or she's as blind as Dracula during daylight savings time. , DICK WATTS National LL Picks Up32 A total of 32 more youngsters were added to Logansport LLB teams Tuesday night when the annual auction was conducted for National League clubs at the home of player agent Don Crain. The session was in. charge of Ray Gust, LLB president, who said that practices by the various squads now can begin in earnest for the 1962 season. The Little Leaguers will have opening day ceremonies on Saturday, June 9 and begin actual league competition on Monday, June IX. A meeting of the board of directors, coaches, managers and any interested persons will be held at Memorial Home tonight at 7:30 o'clock to map plans for the season, Gust said. The players obtained by National League teams in last night's auction were: , Pepsi-Cola White Sox —Larry Ginrich, Mike Clayton, 9 years old; Russell Phillip, Jay Hana- wait, 10; Joe Johnson, 11; Mike Maloy, 12. Pennsy Keystones—R i c h a r d Ranee, Donald Rush, Kark Bowman, 9; Larry Marlain, Dana Leftwich and James Rose, 11, White House Yanks—Reg Earth, Lawrence Quirk and John Newton, 9; Barry Prentice, 10; Jim Earth, 11. Wolf Cubs—Greg Fisher, Jimmy Wolf, Charles Hamm, 9; Terry Roberts, Ricky McMahn, Mark Neal, 10. Schiff's Cardinals—Steve Gish, Kenny Bisacchi, Michael Stanley, 10. Berman Panthers—Bill Baker, Devin Galloway, 9; Larry Wissinger .Dominic Rozzi, 10. League Leaders American League Player & Club G. AB R. H. Pet Esegian, Clev 25 85 21 33 .388 Jimnez, K.C. 33 107 15 41 .38r Kaline, Dot. 33 134 31 48 .358 A.Smith, Chi. 33 117 17 40'.342 Robnsn, Chi. 36 145 19 49 .33f Rollins, Min. 38 148 18 49 .331 37 136' 16 44 .324 37 153 23 48 .314 30 89 27 28 .314 34 119 23 37 .31 Sattey, Min. K.C. Mantle, N.Y. Boyer, N.Y. National League iVilliams, Chi. 38 153 35 Groat, Pitts. D inson, Cin. SETS NEW DATES MELBOURNE (UPH—The Australian Lawn Tennis Association has released riew dates for this year's Davis Cup tennis challenge, round at Brisbane. The association scheduled Dec. 26, 27 and 28 to avoid playing on Sunday. SIGNS WITH OILERS LUBBOOK, Tex..(UPI)-Harold Hudgens of Texas Tech, drafted by the Detroit Pistons of the National Basketball Association said Monday he has agreed to play with the Phillips Oilers Bartlesville, Okla. <uenn, S.F. W.Davis, L.A, Thomas, N.Y. F.Alou, S.F. randal, Mil. Cepeda, S.F. Dlrmpl, Phil. 35 147 35 143 28 89 36 123 33 131 36 141 24 77 41 161 31 93 54 .35, 51 .34 49 .34 34 .34 42 .34 43 .32 46 .32 25 .32 52 .32 30 .32 Home Runs American League — Kaline, T jcrs 12; Gentile, Orioles 12; Wag ner, Angeles 11; Cash, Tigers K Essegian, Indians 10. National League—Pinson, Red 12; Cepela, Giants 12; Thomas Mets 11; Mays, Giants 11; Banks Cubs 11. Runs Batted In American League — Kaline, T gers 35; Robinson, White Sox 32 Siebern, Athletics 31; Cimoli, Ath letics 30; Gentile, Orioles 28. National League — Cepeda Giants 43; T. Davis, Dodgers 40 Pinson, Reds 36; White, Cards 32 Williams, Cubs 29; Boyer, Card 29. Pitching American League—Donovan, In dians '7-0; Belinsky,, Angels 6 Herbert, White Sox 4-1; Barbe Orioles 4-1; Wickersham, Athle ics 4-1. National League—Purkey, Rec 7-0; Pierce, Giants 6-0; McLis Phils 4-0; Simmons, Cards 6- McBean, Pirates 4-1. DARK EYES Indiana's largest selling VODKA 80 PROOF , 4/5 3.80 rr. 2.40 KPT. 125 100 or 80 PROOF DISTILLED FROM 100% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS ' fittCUCT OF U.S.A. CLEAR SPRING DISTILLING CO., DIVISION OF JAMES B, BEAM DISTILLING CO., CLERMONT, KV. Some 80 athletes who particU ated in' the eight inttrscholastic >orts programs at Logansport igh School.this year will be'hen- red at the seventh annual All>orts Banquet tonight at the nights of Columbus hall. The rogram will get underway at 30 p.m. Butler University Athletic Di- jct'or and coach Paul D. (Tony) inkle will be the principal peaker for 'the event. Hinkle has le of the outstanding records in e country in football and bas- etball. His 1961 footbaU team aptured the ICC championship nd was rated one of the best imall" college teams in the ountry. His recent basketball quad won the same title and ent on lo play in the NCAA lampionships winning two of irec contests.. The banquet is sponsored by seven local service organizations: the Altrusa Club, Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions, Optimist, Exchange and JCs, • Vic .Tanguy, local radio . announcer, will serve as master of ceremonies. The invocation will bo given by Rev. Father Paul R. ..Wick- lum. William Steinhilber will make the introduction of the eight coaches who will then present the most' valuable player awards in the respective sports for the year. Benediction: will be offered by Rev. Irving R. Phillips. Music' for the affair will be provided by Stewart Gordon. Those in charge of the .banquet say there are still some tickets •available and they can be;purchased from the member of the service clubs. 452 Pass First Round USGA Open Qualifying By United Press International Three guys named Bob—Shields Quinoy, 111., Zimmerman of ayton, Ohio, and Goetz of fulsa, >kla. — topped a field of 452 who assed first-round qualifying tests r the U.S. Open golf champion- lip. Shields led the more than 2,000 olfers shooting for the 452 berths n Monday when he carded a sizing 63-6S—129 at Springfield, 1., while Zimmerman, a 21-year- Id pro, shot a 68-65-133 at Cui annati. Goetz, a frequent per- ormer on the pro tour, moved nlo the No. 3 spot Tuesday when e shot a 65-69—134 at Indi lis to pace a field of 84 -golfers t four sites who survived the irst qualifying round. The 452 survivors now move on 113. second-round qualifying sites une 4-5. They'll be joined by 45 Ider pros like Sam Snead, Ben fagan and Cary Middlecoff in a cramble for 131 slanting berths the tourney proper at Oakmont, Pa., June 14-16. Nineteen Exempt A total of 19 others—rounding >ut a tourney field of 150—were xsmpt from any qualifying play 'his group included the last five winners of the Open — defending 'hampion Gene Littler, Arnold 'aimer, Bill Casper Jr., Tommy Bolt and Dick Mayer. The other.'! in 'the 19 exempt Tom all qualifying are Jerry Barker, the PGA champion; Bob joalby, Doug Sanders, Jack Niick- .aus, Mike Shouchak, Dow Finsterwald, Doug Ford, Eric Monti iacky Cupit, Gardner Dickinson Jr., Gatiy Player, Billy Maxwell Gay -Brewer and Johnny Pott. The first qualifying round play was conducted on three differen dates. Last Friday nine qualifiec at Oakland,' Calif., while 1 on Mon day 359 qualified. Wins »n Playoff Tuesday's play was held at Chi cago, Indianapolis, three metro politan New York sites, and a Denver where Orville J. - Moody of Fort Etisliis, Va., gained th 15th and final berth when he bea four others in a playoff. Tuesday's casualties includec such well ifenown pros as Dave Marr, winner of the Azalea Open Herman Burron, Eddie Merrui and Mike Homa. Among thos who made the grade were Felic Torza, Tony Holguin, Al Balding Jim Fernie, Claude Harmon Shelley Mayfield, Bob Sweeney Tom NiepoT'te, Mike Fetchick an Al Brosch. CROWD DRAWER EAST LANSING, Mich', (UPI) —More than a half million spec- alors watched Michigan Stale's Ipartans play football last sea Shamrocks, Arrows Cop Opening Games WALTON—The Arrows downed Jie Hawks 16-5 and the Shamrocks outslugged the Apaches 17-7 in a pair of Tipwa Little League baseball openers here; Tuesday night. The Arrows were led to victory oy pitcher Randy Hammond who> swatted a homer and single, John Reinke with a home run, and Bos'- coe Mofield with two singles. Larry Lowry led the Hawks with pair .of singles. The Shamrocks got an early lead on the .Apaches and went on to win handily in the other contest. Barker and Taylor was the winning battery. Price,, Slrauch and Propes hurled and Strauch and Bryan caught for the losers. R H E Arrows 16 8 1 Hawks .568 Hammond, Reinke and Reinke, Turner; Martin, Golden, R. Rikard and Baker. BOOKS TWO TV BOUTS NEW YORK (UPI) - Two na tionally televised 10-rotind bouts have been booked for June al Madison Square Garden. Carlos Hernandez, Venezuela, meets Paolo Rosi, New York, in a lightweight tilt on Saturday, June 10. and Joey Archer, New York, faces Jose Gonzalez, Puerto Rico, in a middleweight, fight Saturday. June 23. SUBS FOR BROTHER NEW YORK (UPD-Phil Moyer of Portland, Ore., winner in 25 of his 31 fights, will replace his brother, Denny, as Teddy Wright's opponent' in .Saturday's nationally televised 10-round fight at Madison Square Garden. Denny has an infected, left ear. EVERYTHING YOU LIKE IN LEVI'S is still there-plus complete size control by our nevi 1 pre-shrinking process. The same slim, tap- 'ered LEVI'S cut. The same super-hisavy LEVI'S XX denim.. The same famous LEVI'S <:|uarantee—a new pair free if they ripl Prep sizes 27 to 30 $4.29 Men's sizes 30 to 44. $4.29'(until June 1, '62) • Regular or Fire-Shrunk JEANS HHJftlltl 313-315 lEAl&T MARKET Griffith to Vfake Defense LAS VEGAS, Nev. " (UPD- orld welterweight champ Emile riffith today looked forward to s first ring appearance since e fatal bout with Benny (Kid) aret a July 13 title defense gainst clever Ralph Dupas at onvention Center. The Friday-tihe-13th champipn- lip bout is expected to attract full house — about 7,500 — and $100,000 gate. Matchmaker Mel reb, in disclosing the hard-hil- ng Griffith and lioxing master upas would meet, said the bout ould not be televised. Griffith, 24, regained his chain- ionship March 24 when he nocked out Paret at New York. t was in that bout that Paret suf- ered fatal injuries. To meet Dupas, 26, Griffith re- eived a guarantee of $40,000 or 5 per cent of the gate. Dupas, E New Orleans, will lake home nly $10,000, but long has been ooidng for a crack at the title egardless 'of the pay. Wednesday Evening, May 23, 1062. 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