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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY SUNDAY, JUNE 3,1962 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE SEVEN CITY BASEBALL CHAMPS—Thai's Tiplon's Tigers, shown here, who won the Logansport grade school crown by defeating Columbia in a hectic playoff battle early this past week. Tipton went through the season undefeated to gain the title. The Tigers pictured here are: front row, left to right—Joseph Eiscrt, Steve Gish, Terry Corso, Tom McPherson, Larry Wissingcr, Michael Key, Richard Henderson, Steve Bard; second row, left to rights-James Starhey, John Smith, Steve Hartoin, Jerry Burkhart, Mike Harris, Tom Vernon, Ronnie Bennett; third row, left to right—Clyde Booth, Tom Blackmail, Fred Vernon, Ricky Johnson, Tim Marocco, Bill Baker, Terry Gish; fourth row, left to right- Richard Ross, Lewis Vaughan, Charles Massey, Jim Dunkle, John Redd, Mike McMinn, Bill Grigsby; fifth row, left to rigluV-Charles FisscI, Ronnie Henderson, Dan Brubaker, Richard Smith; sixth row, Jcft to right—Jim Bechdol, John James, Harold Locke Joe, Means; Randy Forgey and Tom Hartoin. (Staff Photo) Tigers Trip Tribe Ninth Inning Homer Hands Cubs 3-2 Loss DETROIT ('AP)-JTtie Detroit I early by knocking out loser Jay Tigers blasted three home runs and got sharp relief pitching from Hank Aguirre. and Terry Fox'Sat- urday for a 5-3 victory over the first-place Cleveland Indians. Charlie Maxwell, Billy Br,ulon and Rocky Colavito slammed the homers as the Tigers posted their llth victory in 14 games. Aguirre was the winner taking over in the fourth after starter Jim Bunning tore a thigh muscle on the base paths. He pitched hit less ball until the seventh when Gene Green cracked a tremendous two-run homer that pulled the Indians into a 4-3 deficit. Fox came in in the eighth and got .out of a. jam by forcing John Romano to bounce into a double play with the tying run on base. Colavito hit his homer in the eighth. Cleveland Detroit 010 000 200—3,7 0 102 010 OIx-S 11 0- Western Michigan Wins CCC Meet; Five New Records Go Into Books By DALE BURGESS Associated Press Sports Writer SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Western Michigan's Broncos snipped Kansas' string of. six straight Central Collegiate Conference track championships Saturday in the 37th- annual jneet and became the first CCC member to win the open affair since Michigan State's 1954 triumph. A Southern Illinois sophomore niiler from Chelmsford, Essex, England, helped stop the Kansans and turned in one of five CCC records. Englishman Bill Cornell beat defending champion Bill Dotson of Kansas by .a stride in 4:06.2, against Dotson's year-old record of 4:08.6. Fred Hansen of Rice, voted outstanding athlete in the meet, hiked the CCC pole vault record, to 15 feet, 6 inches and knocked the bar off with his elbow in an attempt at 15-11. Other records were a shot put of 58-11 by Don Smith of Missouri, a hop-step-jump of 47-9% by Jack Krebs of Butler University and an automatic mark, of :;54.5 by Jerry Williams of Iowa in the 440-yard ihigh hurdles, a new event. Nate Adams of Purdue tied the CCC record of :09.5 in the 100- yard dash. Western Michigan scored 53 1-3 -points although they won only two of the 18 events and got a three- way tie in the high jump. Disqualification for interference in the mile relay after a first place finish cost Missouri third place in the team standings. Notre Dame edged Kansas for second in th eteam totals, 36 5-6 to 34, Southern Illinois was a close fourth at. 31 and Missouri fifth with 24%. Four Big Ten teams finished, in order behind Missouri, loiwa with 13%, iMchigan State 12 1-3, Michigan 10, and Purdue 10. Rice also scored 10. SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Team scores of the 37th Central Collegiate Conference track meet at Notre Dame: Western Michigan '53 1-3, Notre Dame 36 5-6, Kansas 34, Southern Illinois 31, Missouri 24%, Iowa 13%, Michigan 'State 12 1-3, Michigan 10,' Purdue 10, Rice 10, Loyola (Chicago), 8, Pittsburgh 7, Butler 6%, Bradley 6, Drake 6, Toledo B, Furman 5%, Wheaton 4; Wichita 4, Detroit 3,'Wayne Stale 2%. AFL To Expand To 12 Teams By 1963 Donovan, Allen (7), Bell (8) and Romano; ' Bunning, Aguirre (4), Fox (8) and Brown. W — Aguirre (3-2). L-Oonovan («-2). Home runs—Cleveland, Romano (8), Green (5). Detroit, Maxwell (1), Bruton (8), Colavito (9). CUBS LOSE CHICAGO (AP) — Pinchhitter /ally Post's two-run homer .with wo out in 'the ninth gave the Cin- mnati Reds a 3-2 victory over IB Chicago Cubs Saturday. The Beds, held runless on five lits during the first eight innings!, auncheo the winning rally on tlarty Kepugh's third-hit, a one ut single after Frank Robinson fas retired for the second out, erry cLynch doubled Keough cross with Cincinnati's first run. The Cubs pulled starter Glen lobbie in favor of southpaw Dick Usworth, and Post pounded his lomer into the left field seats on a 1-1 pitch lo give Cincinnali ils ifth straight victory over Chiago. The Cubs scored both of their uns in the first inning as Billy Villiams, who had a perfect 4-for- day to lift his batting average o .354, used his first single to core Lou Brock with the first Chicago run. The second came across on Ernie Banks' 'sacrifice fly. Hook with a five-run blast in the' first inning. The second game was a tight battle after, the Mets came back for three in the third and tied the score in the fourth on a "rally" that consisted of . two walks, an error and an attempted double play in which Elio Chacon came all the way from second with the tying run. Craig Anderson, who replaced Vinegar Bend Mizell in the third, had the Giants under control for four innings until he walked Chuck Hiller leading off the eighth. Tom Haller, who hit a two run homer in the second inning, fouled put and pinch hitter Ed Bailey 'forced Haller. Stu Miller ran for Bailey and rode home on Kuenn's second homer of the year, a "wrong field" shot into the right field seats. Mays had a homer and single in five trips in the first game bul had only a single in five trips in the second game, striking out the last three times up. (First Game) By ROBERT MOORE Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Owner Harry Wismer of the New York Titans said Saturday the American Football League will mushroom from its present eight teams to 12 by 1963 and that the expansion will include Washington, D.C., home of the rival National Football League Washington Redskins. Wismer, a member of the AlFL's expansion committee, said the new cities an addition to the nation's capital will be New Orleans, Cincinnati and Atlanta. His announcement came on the leels of a federal judge's receni ruling in Baltimore that all terri ories are open territories anc Wismer hinled the rival FATHERS Give HIM Hush Puppies' •"• BRAND BREATHIN' BRUSHED PIGSKIN CASUAL SHOES BY WOLVERINE from $ 9.99 Make things soft for Dad; Give him Easy going Hush Puppies. The brushed pigskin is triple-tanned to bs butter-soft, and soles are springy cushion crepe. Built- in protection against dirt and stains makes Hush Puppies a snap to clean, too. A mere brushing does it! Popular Hush Puppies now available in all styles and colors, so shop early. In men's sizes 0 to. 0. GIFT CERTIFICATE AVAILABLE As Featured In Today's Issue of (Page 16) COMB "Your Friendly Shoe Store" 407 East Broadway shouldn't bat an eyelash NFL 'now when .we move into Washington [t isn't against tfee law." The ruling by U.' S. Dist. Judge Hoszel C. Thonisen. came after ,he AFL sought $10,080,000 in damages for the NFL's expansion nlo Dallas and Minneapolis-St ?aul. Judge Thonisen ruled the 'J1FL did not have a monopoly lower to reslrict competition anc tas owed the AFL nothing. The judge also held the AFL was not entitled to relief on the question of whether the NFL hac conspired against Ui3 junior pro essional major league by grant ng franchises in Dallas and Min leapolis-St. Paul to increase from 12 to 14 members. At present, both leagues oper ale in only two cities—New York and Dallas. Other AFL cities now are Denver, Buffalo, Boston, louston, San Diego and Oakland Originally, the AFL planned to start functioning in I960 with clubs in Dallas and Minneapolis St. Paul. However, Minnesota jackers pulled out when the N'FL ffered its franchise there.. Teams in the NFL are Green Bay, Wis., New York, Ch'icago St. Louis, Cleveland, Detroit Philadelphia, Washington, Balti More, Minneapolis-St; Paul, Dal as, Pittsburgh,, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Jones, Fpyl In Ohio Sprint Race NEW BREMEN, Ohio (AP).- ParnelU Jones and A. J.. Foy early contenders in the 500-.mil auto race Memorial Day, will b< in the {W for a 15-<mile sprin car rac.i on the. New Breme Speedway dirt' track Sunday. Foyt will b» driving an Often houser-powered. car built .by- A,; Watson, .who.. built , the Leade Specials that .finished one-two Indianapolis'. \, . Other drivers .from the 500 eh tered in the USA&sanctioned rac included Jim.McElreath, 500 rook ie-of:ttie-year; Roger McCluskey Don Davis, Don Branson and Jim Hurlubise. If You Need A TRUSS We have air sizes. . Single and Double Fittings Guaranteed Reasonably Priced BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE San Fr'cisco New York 530 '002 000—10 15 : 100 000 000—1 7 2 lincinnati Chicago 000000003-390 200 000 000—2 8 0 Klippstein, Henry (8) and Edwards- Hobbie, Ellsworth (B) and Bertell; Tappe (9). W - Henry (2-0). L-EUsworth (3-7).. _ Home run — Cincinnati, Post (10). SOX BALLY BALTIMORE (AP) - The Chicago White Sox scored seven runs n the fifth inning Saturday and crushed the slumping Baltimore Moles 10-2 in the opener of a day-night doubleheader. A Iwo^-un homer by Jim Landis and a two-run double by Camilo !arreon featured the explosive rally as the White Sox rapped out eight hits, including six safelies n a row. The loss was the third in a row 'or the Orioles, who have dropped 11 of their last 15 contests to tum- >le into eighth place in the Amer- can League. Juan Pizarro, who coasted to lis third • victory while pitching lis first complete game since April 15, opened- the Chicago 'ifth by singling off Baltimore oser Steve Barber. Another single by Luis Aparicio and a force play sent Pizarro across with the • first run of the inning, tying the .score, 2-2, and the rout was under way. Landis followed with his 10th lomer of the season, .a.drive of about 380 feet over the left field fence, to make it 4-2. It was the first homer by Landis since May 15. Chicago 001 07J. 001—10.15 0 Baltimore 002 000 000— 270 Pizarro and Carrepn; Barber, Slock (5), Hoeft (5) and Johnson. W-^Pizarro (34). L-Barber W-3). Home run — Chicago, Landis (10). GIANTS TAKE TWO NEW YORK (AP) —. Harvey Kuenn's 'two-run homer in the eighth enabled the San Fran-" cisco Giants to complete a doubleheader sweep over the last- plate New York Mets with a '64 second game victory after a 10-1 romp in the opener.' , '. I 'The double victory enabled the Giants to regain undisputed possession of 'the ' National League lead while the Mets' losing streak was stretched to 14 games. Another big crowd of 41,001 turned out for the doubleheader, boosting the Mets' attendance/at thei-Polo Grounds for thei last four playing dates to .163,291. They ; ; wind up their home stand Sunday with a single 'game against the- Giants. . • Willie Mays hit 'his 18th ,homer and Orlando Cepeda his 15th, each with a man on base, in the first game Awhile' Jack .Sanford subdued the Mets with seven hits. The Giants' wrapped it up Sanford and Haller; Hook, Moor head (1), Mackenzie (5) and Landrith. W—Sanford (64): L — Hook (3-6). Home runs — San Francisco Mays (18), Cepeda (15). (Second Game) San Francisco 031 000 020-fl 8 2 New York 003 100 000-4 12 Duffalo, Larsen («), O'Dell (7) Miller (8) and Haller; Mizell Anderson'(3), Jackson (9) and Taylor. W—O'ltell .(6-3). L-An derson (3-5). Home runs — San Francisco Haller'(fi), Kuenn (2). (PICKUP 1st linescore 13) ..... BUGS WIN 7TH STRAIGHT PITTSBURGH •(AP)-The Pitts burgh Pirates bombed the Hous ton Colts for four runs in the firs inning Saturday and coasted to 9-2 victory, their seventh" straigh •triumph. Vern Law, making a comebac from an injury, notched his thir straight victory. He's.lost one. Roberto Clemente slammed h: fifth homer ot tHe year in th first for Pittsburgh with two me aboard. Pirate Dick Stuart, got his. sixl inning with a man on base. Al Spangler belted .his. fir homer of the yea r for Housto with the bases empty in the nint Law went the distance, ,'givin up 10 hits, striking out seven an walking none. Houston's lone tally in Ihe six! came on Consecutive singles b Roman Mejias, Norm Larker an Carl Warwick. 000 001 001—2 10 400 212 00x49 12 Houston Pittsburgh Farrell, Anderson (5), Witt (7 and Ranew; Lay and Burgess. V Law (3-1). L-Farrell (4-5). Home Runs-rPittsburgh,' Cl mente (5), Stuart (6). Housto Spangler (1). SPAHN WINS 31STH MULWAUKEE (AP)-The M: waukee Braves packed all the scoring into Ihe first inning an veteran southpaw Warren Spal breezed 'to his 315th lifetime vi tory Saturday in a 4-1 decisi over the. St. Louis Cardinals. The 41-year-old Spahn scattere six hits, struck but five, an walked only one in handing t! slumping Cards their seven straight setback. . Spahn was given all the cuslii needed for his sixth victo against five.losses, as lhe;Brav ane Signs For 5lh NFL Season PITTSBURGH (AP)- Quarter- ack Bobby Layne of the Pitts- urgh Steelers signed his 15th itional football league contract aturday, virtually assuring, he'll et two more league passing rec- rds.. ; The blonde Texan is tied with airimy Baugh in tossing 187 mchdown passes and trails augh's 1,709 pass cdmpletions by nly 11. Layne already holds records or most yards gained passing 25,035) and the' most attempts 3,467). The signing put an end to rum- rs that Layne planned to quit. STANDINGS National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Francisco 38 15 .717 — an Los Angeles Cincinnati ... 'ittsburgh ... St. Louis .... Milwaukee [ouston 19 'Philadelphia . 17 Chicago 18 New York 12 15 17 18 23 27 29 30 34 33 1 5V4 ,706 .630 .609 6! .511 11 ;460 13% .396 16! .362 18 .306 21 .267 22 A—'Playing night game American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Cleveland 27 18 -New York ... 26 18 .600 .590 linnesota 28 22 .560 Detroit ........ 25 20 .555 •Los Angeles . 24 21 .533 ^Chicago ..... 25 24 .510 •Kansas City . 24 26 .480 InBallimore ... 22 25 .468 u-Boslon 18 27 .400 Washington ... 14 32 .304 13% A, B,. C—Playing night games WHERE DOES SHE PLAY????—Actress MlarUyn Monroe runs onto the field at Chvez Ravine accompanied by Los Angeles out. fielder Albie Pearson before the Yankeesi.Angels game at Los; Angeles. Miss Monroe made a plea for donations to the Muscular Dystrophy fund in pre-gamo ceremonies. A. irecord crowd turned out for the game. No wonder. (UPI) umped on St. Louis slarter Ernie Sroglio in Ihe. opening inning. Roy MeMillin led off wilh a single and was forced at secom >y Mack Jones. Eddie Mathews drew a walk and both runner scored as Hank Aaron extendet lis hitting streak lo eight games with a triple over center fielder ~!urt Flood's head. Gus Bell singled across Aaron with the third run and Del Cran dall . reached • first as Brogli< threw widely to second on an at tempted force. A walk loaded th bases and Denis Menke hit a sac rifice fly for the final run. St. Louis 010 000 000—1 6 Milwaukee 400 000 OOx—t 6 Broglio, Fcrrarese (7) and 0 iver; Spahn, and Tprre. W—Span (6-5). L-Broglio' (1-2). TWINS WIN ST. PlAUL-'MINNEAlPOLIS (AP) —Minnesota scored four times in the first inning to give rookie right-hander Joe Bonikowski all the cushion he needed as the Twins belted the .Washington Senators 9-2 Saturday to even a weekend series at one game each. Bonikowski .leveling his.^record at 44 and hurling his second complete game in the majors, experienced only one rocky inning. Washington clipped him for both its runs in the sixlh when Jim King smacked a home run inlo the left field bleachers and Dale Long doubled and laler scored on a ground out. The Twins roughed Ihree Sen- alor pitchers for 11 hits, including Lenny Green's, three-run homer into the bleachers in right in the sevenlh. Washington 000 002 000—2 9 1 Minnesota 410 001 30x—9 11 0 • Burnside, Cheney (2), Hobaugh (7) and Retzer; Bonikowski and Zimmerman. W—Bonikowski (44). Home runs — Washington, King (3). Minnesota, Green (6). Cicada Wins Mother Goose NEW YORK (AP)—Meadow Stable's Cicada, champion 2-year- old filly of last season, captured [he second race of the triple crown for fillies Saturday at Belmont Park. She led all the way and scored a one-length victory in the $86,175 Mother Goose Stakes. Willie Shoemaker rode the bay daughter ot Bryan G.-Saisuma by Bossuet and he only had to stir •her up a bit near the finish when E. Ban:}' Ryan's Firm Policy seemed t<> be closing in the final one-eighth of a mile. Firm Pa.icy took second money by four lc>i:,|jths over Harbor View Farm's Royal Patrice in the field of six 3-:r<iar-old fillies. 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