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PAGE SIX THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and lOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPOBT, INDIANA SUNIM.Y, JUNE 3,1382 Kokomo Edges Logan IN STEP—Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants fouls one off and gets in step with catcher Hobie Lahdrilh of the New York Mets in the first inning ot first game of their twin, bill Saturday. Mays then singled in the first Giant run. (UPI) Jay Hebert Leads Memphis Tourney Dodgers, Orioles Win Night Games By B*LL CRIDER MEMPHIS (AP)-Jay Hebert, a light-hearted Louisiana Cajun with a delicate golf touch, snagged the lead in the $40,000 Memphis Open Saturday with a 5-under par 65, one stroke ahead of Gary Player. Hebert has a 54- hole total of 198. It was Jay's third straight precision round. He has logged only two bogies in 54 holes over the 6,501-yard, par 34-36—70 Colonial Country Club course. Player ran into a bogie 4 on the 217-yard 15th hole to finish with 32-36—68, dropping him to 199. Another Hebert from Lafayette, La., Lionel, moved up to third place with a 64 in which he "equalled the course record on the back nine with an eagle, a bogie 'and six birds for a 29. Braced at 201 were National Open champion Gene Littler, Tommy Jacobs and Australia's Bruce Crampton, all with 63s. Arnold Palmer, winner in four of his last five tournaments, including the Masters, fired a 4- under-par 66 for a 208. "Maybe I will, finish in the money but I'll have to hump," he said. /'I've been somewhere in the money for 39 straight tournaments but this one may break that string. This cold has still got me. I felt like a limp dishrag." The tournament cash goes down 45 places, ranging from $6,400 for Sunday's winner to $100. The round trimmed the field of 95 to 70 with the cut coming at 215— five over par for the 56 holes-. MEMPHIS. (AP)— Third round leaders in the $40,000 Memphis Open Golf Tournament: Jay Hebert 68-05-65-198 Gary Player C5-66-68— 199 Lionel Hebert - 67-69-64-200 Tommy Jacobs 68-65-68—201 Gene Littler 66-67-68—201 Bruce Crampton 70-63-68—201 nJulius Boros 67-70-66-r203 Gay Brewer Jr. 64-71-68—203 Burt Weaver 69-68-67—204 Mike Souchak 68-69-67—204 Tony Lema 68-67-69—204 Don Whitt 67-66-71-204 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Los Angeles Dodgers' 13-game winning streak was ended abruptly Saturday night by Dennis Bennett, a 22-year-old, rookie south-, paw who hurled the Philadelphia Phillies to an easy 7-0 victory. Bennett allowed only four hits —all singles—in posting his first National League triumph before 13,141 spectators. The defeat was a costly one for the Dodgers, who dropped a game and half behind the National League • leading San Francisco Giants, double victors over the New York Mets Saturday afternoon. Wes Covington drove in four runs for the Phillies with two bases-loaded singles while Tony Taylor and Tony Gonzalez both homered. It was Taylor's third and No. 7 for Gonzalez. The Dodgers' rookie right-hand- er Phil Ortega yielded .two runs in the first inning and then got involved in a fouri-run ruckus with reliever Ed Roebuck in the second. Bulwarked with a 6-0 lead which was raised when Gonzalez hom- ered in the fourth off Roebuck, Bennett merely • coasted to his first victory. He struck out li and doled out three walks.. Los Angeles 000 000 000—0 4 0 Philadelphia .240 100 OOx-7 12 0 Ortega, Roebuck (2), Moeller CS) and N. Sherry; Bennett and Dalrymple. .W—Bennett (1-1). L— Ortega (0-1). • Home runs-HPMladdphia,-Tay- lor (3), Gonzalez (7).' Ronch Clem Breaks Micro-Midget Mark LAKE CICOTT—Ronch Clem of Logansport broke the existing world's micro-midget car record for a 1/10 mile track here Saturday night by making the tour in :10.53 seconds during a qualification run. Clem was driving a fuel injected Anzani during the qualifications and later won first heat race, the fourth heat race and the 30- lap feature in the same car. Clem's new mark is better than a tenth of a second better than the old record. The fomrer record at the Logansport Micro-Midget track was :10.70, held by Clem. The industrial flathead trophy dash was won by Rocky Hurst of Lafayette and the open class trophy dash was .taken by Everett Alder of Logansport. In other heat races Barney Clem won the second heat, Gerald Wray of Delphi captured the third, and Barney Clem won the fifth. Mike .Clem took the sixth heat. • Behind Ronch Clem in the feature were Barney Clem second, and Everett Alder third. The micros race every Saturday night at the track seven miles west of Logansport on U.S. 24. Cornelius, Rawls Lead Zaharias Open . BEAUMONT, Tex.;.-(AP)—Kathy Cornelius sank a-27-foot-putt, for a birdie on the 17th hole Saturday to pull into a tie for first place with Betsy Rawls in the. $7,500 Babe Zaharias Open Golf Tournament. Mrs. Cornelius, from Scottsdale, Ariz., had an even par 73 to bring her 36-hole total to 146. Miss Rawls, the Texan who registers out of, Spartanburg, S.C., shot a 74 for 146. Harrington Upsets Scott NEW YORK (AP)-'Although he was floored in the fifth round for the first time in his career, Hawaii's Stan. Harrington came on strong and gained a split decisior over favored Charley Scott ; ol Philadelphia in a television 10- rounder at Madison Square Garden Saturday night. Harrington weighed ,148'/2, Scott 148. ' An 8-5 underdog, Harrington swept:the first three rounds handily with sharp left hooks and solid rights to the head. But the 25-year old Philadelphian opened up with a series of lefl hooks to hhe head and body that hurt Harrington. Another left hook sent Harrington to the canvas face down. He barely beat .Before e Barney Felix's count as he staggered up at nine. Then, Harrington tore after Scott and battered him in the las' 15 seconds. After that it was a bruising no let-up battle the rest of the way Referee Felix (54-1) and Judge Bill Recht (6-2-2) had Harrington the winner. Judge Tony Ross scored it for Scott 54-1. The Associated Press had Harrington in front '7-3. BALTIMORE (AP)-The Chi- White Sox and Baltimore Moles swapped , lop-sided yi'c- ories in a day-night doubleheader Saturday, Chicago .taking the afternoon opener 10-2 and Baltimore he nightcap 11-4. Chicago left-hander Juan Pizaro pitched his first complete jame since April 15 and coasted ,o his third. victory in the day ame. He was supported by a 15-hit attack, eight coming in the fifth inning when the White Sox scored seven runs.' A two-run-homer by Jim Landis, off Oriole loser Steve Barber, and a two-rim double by Camilo Carreon featured the explosive rally. Pizarro struck out 10 batters and allowed seven hits, with Baltimore '"scoring its runs in the third inning on two singles and a two-run double'by Brooks Robinson. Robinson knocked in two more runs in the nightcap as he rapped out a double, single, and his eighth homer to pace Baltimore's 13-hit offensive. Three of Baltimore's runs were driven home by Dove Nicholson. Veteran Early Wynn, seeking his 296th major league victory, suffered his 231st setbock in the nightcap. He was staked to a 2-0 lead in the first inning when the Sox scored on a double by Louis Aparicio, a single by Joe Cunningham, a walk, and a force play. But Jack Fisher, who picked up .his first victory, allowed only three' hits after that. • .(Night Game) Chicago' ,200002080—4 51 Baltimore 303 010'40x—1113 1 .- Wynn, Kemmerer (3), Baumann (4), E. Fisher (7), Debussohero (8)' and Lollar, Roselli (6); J. Fisher,, and Lau.^.W — J. Fisher (l-i);'L-Wyhn (3-4), 'Home .run—Baltimore,' B. Robinson; (8). . Probable Pitchers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League „ v Clefeland (Komos 2-1) at Detroit (Mossi 5-4) Chicago (Buzhardt 5-4) at Baltimore (Estrada 3-6) . New York (Stafford 4-3) at Los Angeles (Grba 2-1) Boston (Monbouquette 3-6) al Kansas City (Rakow 4-4) Washington (Daniels 1-6) at Minnesota (Kralick 3-4) National League San Francisco (Marichal 7-3) at New York (Miller 0-2) Los Angeles (Podres 3-3) at Philadelphia (McLish 4-1) Houston (Johnson 2-6 and Giusti 1-3) at Pittsburgh (Haddix 4-2 and McBean 5-1) (2) St. Louis (Gibson fi-3) at Mil waukee (Hendley 2-5) Cincinnati (Drabowsky 1-3) ai Chicago (Koonce 2-1) American Association Indianapolis 7, Denver 2 Omaha 3, Dallas-Fort Wffrth 2 TheCHIfiOPRACTOR-and|^ THINK! Think for yourself and reason the proposition in your own mind. What is theological result when the nerve supply is reduced to any particular organ of the body, or when these vital forces of health are unable to follow their normal channels due to interference? Chiropractic adjustment not only restore health; they also build health. The old adage: "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure," may be considered trite, but it is sound truth. The Chiropractic principle briefly stated, is this: The cause of disease is in the person afflicted. Adjustments correct conditions that produce illness. The junction of every organ in' the body is controlled through the brain, by mental impulses, .which are, transmitted over nerves. Any impingement or pinching of the delicate nerve fibers, interfering with Ihe free flow of vitaX nerve forces causes impaired or abnormal function. This 'is. disease. This nerve interference is produced by'a vertebral subluxation. The chiropractor—expert, in his knowledge of the spine- locates the point of nerve,pres-. sure, and by adjusting the sub- luxated vertebra, releases -the'; pressure. Normal condition- Health—is the result. X-Ray and Neurocalometer Service •""•* ^ffOy KOFfCL 409 NORTH ST. Tel. 4455 Braves, Cards Win Openers In Youth League TWELVE MILE — The Twelve Mile Youth League opened its season Saturday night with the Braves and the Cardinals taking wins. The Cards jumped to a 3-0 lead after the first three innings and then held off the Yanks. Mike Herschberger led the Cards' hitting attack with a double and a triple. Chuck Barker went all the way for the winners, giving up only four .hits. Ron Staller was the losing twirler.' The Braves got help from triples by Red Seahase and Bob Minthorn to defeat the Tigers, 5-2. Ron Smith gave the losers only three hits in collecting the win while Warner Young suffered Ihe loss. International League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Buffalo 3, Rochester 1 Syracuse 8, Toronto 0 Jacksonville 13, Richmond 5 Columbus 1, Atlanta 0 HAVE FUN WITH -YOUR BOAT Insure it with Us REDUCED RATES CREE INSURANCE AGENCY Insure In Sure Insurance 224 S. Third Phone 3758 NCAA College Division Mid-East Baseball Playoff (At Valparaiso, Ind.) Hiram (Ohio) 3, MacMurray Jacksonville, 111.) 2 (10 innings) consolation) Valparaiso 5, Kentucky Wes 2yan 1 (championship) HITTING HIS STRIDE 2E*3G~|< ""Ek^wV' TiEj-E* <i( i y ^ •«FTWS yW\ THc W&T ACBB4&B //v ce.f^~r&spi£uc> FOR -S>T. 44Ut& if THB <H4M Pi-Ay&KGUflD fas youfS& CUKT Four Run Fourth Wins For Visitors 13-Year-OldWins Indiana AAUWalk INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Indiana AAU track meet at Indianapolis Tech field Saturday was a walkaway for 13-year-old George Payne Jr. v of Greenwood who won the two-mile walk in 10:14. No one else entered the event., Some first - rate performances, however,, were registered in several other events where there was still competition. A quartet from Richmond High School ran. .the fastest two-mile relay in Indiana prep history at 8:03.5. The foursome consisted of Bill Leavell, Woodrow Kelley, Duane Hodgin and Dave Bullerdick. A grade school teacher from •North Webster, Ralph Bushong, tossed the hammer 148-5, breaking the meet record he set last year at 140-7%. David Emens of Elkhart, an. other teacher, scored a double, winning the broad jump at 23- and the hop, step and jump at 41-11. He also placed second in the javelin and fifth in tho low hurdles for meet high-point honors. Indianapolis Wood's Roy Thurman was the other double win ner, taking the 100-yard dash in 10.3 and the 220 in 23.4. Terry Sneed of Purdue won the 440 in 51.2, but only after an earlier running was disallowed in a dispute. Leon Carter of the I. U. Medi cal Center took the first 440 in 49.3. The result was tossed ou 'because the 10 entrants had been unable to stay in the right Ian on the eight-lane track. Carte and several others declined l< run again. Tom Seifert of Fort Wayne former state high school shot pu champion, won that event with 50-2 toss. Steve Hibler, also o Fort Wayne, won the mile 4:23.3. The .discus went to Purdue' Dave Edelman at 152-2. Jerr Kshel of Hanover took pole vaul honors with a 13-4oot flight Anderson's Nat Johnson won th highs in 15.4 and Indianapoli Howe's Dick Woodbury the low, in 23.4. Other winners included Jeromi Beazley of Anderson High Schoo' who won the 880 in 1:56.7; Rich mond's John Gunn, who ran th three-mile race in 15:16.9, am 'Fred Gamble, with a 6-l'/2 hig jump. . Kokomo's Highlanders downed ie Logansport Merchants in the rst game of the Central Indiana aseball League season at Rivor-j de park diamond Saturday night to 6. he game was a weird and drag- y affair with contest consuming total of three hours and four linules, the services of six pilch- j and four catchers and the alienee of a lot of chilled fans, lie temperature was a cool 45. The game started as a tenae ffair with the first three frames nding the two new CIBL teams eadlocked at 3-3. Then Kokomo rupted for four runs in the fourth nning to • practically clinch the ecision and Logan never recover- d. Those four runs in the fourth •anie came on three walks, a nut hit and crashing double plus Logan error and a. passed ball. Cokomo got an.extra run in the ifth to make it 8-3, this one com- ng on a single by Dan Pearson, walk to Dale Smith and Ronnie lughes belled a single to score 'arson. That was all for the Highland- rs the rest of the way although ley continued to make threats each inning. Logan finally got brief rally in action in the last f the seventh when they com- ined four walks, a fielder's hpice, a single by Bob Jones and balk by Kokomo hurlers Jimmy ohnston to get three runs ome. Manager Jack Sleinman of the Ogan Merchants called on the ervices of fifteen ball players in iis first test. Kokomo tried out II ired hands. Logan outhit Kokomo 9 to 8 vilh Billy Bob Jones leading the ocal attack on three safeties, all ingles. Butch Jones picked ,up wo or more on a double and -ingle. The Kokomo club was led >y Dan Parson and Ronnie fughes with . two hits each. Actually Hughes was the star of he Kokomo club. He was a last second replacement at first base mcl came up with a perfect field- ng game and lashed out two hit; n addition to getting two walks and being hit by a pitched ball Jim Johnston, the starling Ko- tomo hurler, was the winner, al though he had to have relief from Fast-ball artist Al Evans in the late innings. Harry Dahl, ex Jerry, Die iisicond of the four- >itchcr pEnicte for Logansport, absorbed :lM! loss. Bob Linzey ad started, Dahl relieved him n the fourth. 'Dave Arnold came m in the .'li'.ilh and Everett 'homas pifcli-Kl the final Frame. The CIKi<:;iihedu!<5 has been revised since! Frankfort has re- daced Maripii us a member. The ocals play 1 iigain next Saturday light against Lafayette at River- :ide park. Other portions of the evised card will be announced ater. '. Summary: Kokomo ; AB R II E Vicholas, !!li ;...:.. 3 0 0 1 Evans, p „.. 1 0 0 0 arson, sti , i 6220 Smith, 3b .., 4110 -lughes, Ib .., 4220 Marr, cf ..,,, 4210 Saul, rf Burt, If 0 Freeman, c .; 2010 :ades, c ,,.,,,...,. 1000 Johnston, ;p , 3000 Totals Logansport -lenderson, 'us-lb ?armeter, :tl 3101 0 1 34 8 8 2 AB R H E .4111 .3201 Illicit, c ,. ; 1100 Sob Jones,, Sl:i 4 2 3 0 ast, rf .,..,,; 3010 Butch Jon«>, cf-lf .. 3 0 2 0 iweet, c-:is: 4001 luppy, If 2000 Bauer, cf .„ 2 0 0 0 Sender, 2b;..,..,... 2 Conn, 2b .,,'. 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 000 694 Jnzey, p 1 0 0 0 Dahl, p , 1010 Arnold, p ..,,' 0 E. Thomas,, 11 ..;... 1 Totals , 33 Scoring: KokorM ! 102,410,000—8 Logan : 201,000,300-5 RBI—Hughes, Burt 2, Johnston, Bob Jonei :ii Gast 2. SO—Linzey 1, Dahl f, Arnold 3, Johnston 3, Evans J. 1:113—Linzey 3, Dahl 4, Arnold 4, Thomas 1. Balk—Johnston. Wild Il'jich-Jbhnslon 2. Hils, off Linzey 3 in 3 innings, off Dahl 4 in !! innings, off Arnold 1 in 3 innii;i([S, off Thomas 1 in 1 inning, off .Tohnslon 8 in 6 1/3 innings, o:ii: Evans 1 in 2 2/3 innings, Wi.miing Pitcher—Johnston Loser—Dali'i. SB—Hughes, Parmeter, Hit >>y Pitcher—by Linzey (Hughes). JiAC—Freeman, Eades. LOB—Kokaino 15, Logan 6. Umps —Taylor ui'd Bell. Time I!:04. Eleven Yanks Left In French Amateur CHANT-ILLY, France (AP)Pat Foy Brady of Reidsville, N. C., and Fletcher Jones of North Hollywood, Calif., led a strong 11-man American contingent into Ihe second round of the French Amateur Golf Championship Saturday. Jones, tipped as the man to watch in this tournament, overwhelmed Leslie Evans of Britain 8 and 6. Brady, who took second place in the Swiss Amateur championship last weak, eliminated Michel Gontard of France 5 and 4. Brady said, "I was 2-under-par for the 14 holes we ?layed, and I was putting exceptionally well — for me. I didn't miss a putt all' the way around, that is, any putt that I thought I should make." Bob Falkenburg, an American transplanted to Brazil and a former Wimbledon tennis champion, advanced with a 2 and 1 victory over Guy d'Arcangues of France. Falkenburg defeated Brady in the finals of the Swiss championship, Many of the American players competing here stopped off for a final tune-up before going to the British Amateur championship which opens June 11. The French tournament is being played over the .6,780-yard par-72 Chantilly course, generally considered France's best. VaJpoMns VCAADisfricf Bcrsefeer/J Tif I e VALPARAISO, Ind. (AP)-Jon Robisch struck out 17 and allowed only two hits Saturday in pitching Valparaiso to a 5-1 championship victory over Kentucky Wesleyan in the NGAA Mid-East college baseball playoff. Hiram College of Ohio edged MacMurray of Jacksonville, 111., 3-2 in 10 innings for the consolation. In striking out 17, (he 6-5, 200- pound Roblisch was one under his school record of 18 scored two weeks ago against DePauw. He fanned the side in the first, fifth and seventh innings, and only began to lose his control in the ninth when he walked three Wesleyan batters and allowed the Owensboro, Ky., squad's lone run. Six Aui Saturday,, fault and into the Connel) oi Goldman U. S. Amt. byes and Kiricans won matches two advanced by de- 'hree others drew byes econd round. Truman I Jupiter, Fla., David :£ Dallas, second in (he ieur back in 1934, drew ;;o into action Sunday. longest Cab Ride Max While, co-chairman of the leerica! commiltee of the Indiana]:«ilis Speedway, and A. J. Shepherd, well-known professional, race .car driver in the Indianapolis "500," will each h.T, e a laxicab bill of ap- prbximaiely $20,000 in September, bii they won'l have to pay it. Wliiti! and Shepherd are official I Hied Stales Auto Club observers for "The Longest Cab Kile in History." The ride, si:feisorcd by Montgomery Ward 4 Co., is usjng two taxicabs i.b! dramatize the long tread-v.jnfir Ward's Riverside tires will!: provide in cross-couri- tiy driy : ng during the hottest months, of .Ihe year,. Each! cab will call on one Ward ihjre a day except Sundays .ii:i they follow a 40,000 mile itinerary across the Unil- cd Sla|:is. Shcpbsrd and Edwin Morgan, profes!ii:')nal test driver, will arrive:in Logansport in their cab ori Monday, June 4 at the local Montgomery Ward retail slort a.) 412 Broadway. Rivcir-iide tires for the ride were sideclcd by Uie observers and thi; drivers at random from regular slocks in one of Ward's stores :hosen by them in the Detroil: area. Serial numbers of tires 'i.'ere recorded by While and Siispherd. Treiulmarks and treads were photojimphed and Iread depth meausl'emenls were recorded at Ihe .'itiiirt of the ride in Detroit. F'riiKjuent measurements will b« ni.kde during the course of the ; sj«re-by-store tour. The "Longest Cab Ride" will demonsiriite the results of a recent tiiri! tost in which Ward's Rivcr:y<l.>!!JST-107 tire proved to be lh« outstanding value in its category 1 ,1 The lest of all lines of five ' competing brand tires was EUfHiirviscd by the West Texan Auto Co., and the South Texas 'Ji'bsl Fleet, impartial testing cninpanies. Paid Adv,

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