fwelve Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Thursday Evening, Junt 7; 10GJ. Mets Drag Casey To Ail-Time Low Ebb Dodgers Within Half Game of San Francisco By FRED DOWN UPI Sports Writer It's official today that the New York Mets have dragged Casey •Stengel to the lowest point of his 50-year career in baseball, The suspicion, that this might happen had been growing on people for some time, but it wasn't .until Wednesday night when the Philadelphia Phillies extended the Mets' losing streak to 17 games with 2-0 and 2-1 victories that it became as plain as 71 - year - old Casey's drooping shoulders. No team that Casey ever managed or played for ever lost 17 in a row before and it doesn't help the old man, either, when he glances over at the American League standings and notes that the New York Yankees .— the club which fired him after the •I960 season — are right up there an first place as usual. May Get Worse Things could become worse'be- fore they get better for Stengel, too, because now the Mets are only six losses short of the modern big league record of 23 .straight suffered by the 1961 Phillies. The 17 straight defeats are also the most ever suffered by any 'New York big league team. • Cal McLish pitched a seven-hitter to blank the Mets in the first game of Wednesday's twi-nighter and then Art Mahaffey turned in a four-hitter to complete the sweep. Tony Taylor figured in •both Philadelphia runs in the opener 'and Wes Covington singled in the ninth inning to drive in the decisive run of the nightcap. 1 Meanwhile, back at Casey's old ;stand in The Bronx, the Yankees -regained the AL lead with a 5-0 '.triumph over the Cleveland Indi- ;ans. Ralph' Terry's four-hit pitching and back-to-back sixth-inning homers by Boger Maris and Johnny Blanchard paved the way for the Yankee victory which tagged Jim Grant .with his first defeat of the season. Dodgers Move Up ~ The Los Angeles Dodgers Tnoved to within a half-game of first place in the National League when they completed their suspended game of Tuesday night with an 8-3 win and then downed the Pittsburgh Pirates, 5-3, in a regularly scheduled night game. The Chicago Cubs defeated the San Francisco Giants, 4-3, the St. Louis Cardinals downed the C i n- cinnati Reds, 4-3, and the Milwaukee Braves beat the Houston Colts, 6-3, in other games. In other AL gssjes, the Detroit Tigers beat the Boston Red Sox, 3-2, after a 2-1 loss, the Washington Senators edged out the Baltimore Orioles, 2-1, the Los Angeles Angels shaded the Chicago White Sox, 1-0, and the Minnesota .Twins topped the Kansas City Athletics, 7-0. Major league Besulls '. By United Press International ' National League Cincinnati 200 000 001— 3 9 : St. Louis 200 000 Hx— 4 71 Jay (8-5) and -Edwards. J ack- son (5-6) and Sawatskd. Milwaukee 102 001 020— 680 •Houston 000 020 ; 010—3 12 1 Burdette (3-4) and Crandall. Golden, Tiefenauer (8) and Ranew. Loser — Golden (3-3). HR — Mejias. ' San Fran. 000 200 001— 3 11 0 Chicago 000 030 001— 451 McCormick, Larsen (7) and Haller. Ellsworth (4-7) and Tappe. Loser — Larsen (3-1). (Resumption of suspended game of June 5) Los Angeles 000 020 321— 8 17 0 Pittsburgh 000 101 010— 383 Drysdale, Koufax (95. and Roseboro. Friend, Olivo (7) and'Lap- pert. Winner — Drysdale (9-3). Loser — Friend (5-7). Los Angeles 001 000 220— 580 Pittsburgh 000 010 002— 392 Moeller, Roebuck (9), Perrano- sfci (9) and N. Sherry. Gibbon, Lamabe (8) and Burgess. Winner — Moeller (4-4).' Loser — Gibbon (0-1). HR - Fairly. (1st game) New York 000 000 000— 071 Philadelphia 001 000 lOx— 2 8 1 Craig (2-3) and S. Taylor, Landrith (7). McLish (5-1) and Dalrymple. (2nd game) New York 100 '000 000— 140 •Philadelphia 000 000 Oil— 291 Jackson" (2-7) and Landrith. Mahaffey (6-7) and Oldis. HR — T, Taylor. American League (1st game, day) Detroit 000 000 100— 180 Boston 000 000 101— 250 Regan <4-3) and Brown. Mon- bouquette (4-6) and Tillman. HRs — Brown, Tillman, Malzone. (2nd game, night, 11 innings) Detroit 001 100 000 01—3 80 Boston 000 001 010 00— 2 8 0 Bunning (6-2) and K o a r k e , Brown (9). Conley, Radatz (8) and Tillman. Loser — Radatz (12). HRs — Cash, Schilling. Cleveland 000 000 000— 040 New York ' 000 002 03x— 591 Grant, Allen (8), Bell (8) and Romano. Terry (7-4) and H o w - ard. Loser — Grant (3-1). HRs— Maris, Blanchard. Kansas City 000 000 000— 052 Minnesota 102 300 Olx— 7 10 0 Walker, Kunkel (4), McDevitt (5), Fischer (8) and Azcue. Kaat <4-4) and Battey. Loser — Walker 6-3). Washington 000 000 101- 270 Baltimore 000 000 001— 1 60 Osteen (2-5) and Retzer. Roberts, Hall (8) and Johnson, Lau (8). Loser — Roberts (0-2). HR— Hicks. Chicago • 000 000 000— 070 Los Angeles 000 000 001— 140 Herbert (4-3) and Carreon. McBride (5-3) and Rodgers. $50,000 in Tickets Sold for Title Fight CHICAGO (UPI)—In one.week, "almost $50,000 in tickets have .been sold for the Floyd Patterson- iSonny Liston heavyweight cham- .pionship fight scheduled Sept. 25, '.local promoter Irv Schoenwald said today. "I've never seen such a demand for tickets," he said. "•I've got orders for exactly 459 'tickets at $100 each," he said, "and I don't know how many orders others have." ' Sehoenwald said Championship .Sports, Inc., in New York, and Joe Triner, chairman of the state Athletic Commission, also were .taking ticket orders. One of the orders Schoenwald has was for 50 tickets for a local -manufacturer, a $5,000 purchase. Another was for 12 tickets for a large office building. • The location of the fight, to be Jield in Comiskey Park, was decided only one week ago, and exact seating arrangements have not been completed. . "We have surveyed the park," Schoenwald said, "and the ring will be put up between the pitchers' mound and se'cond base. Then there will be 14 sections on the level around the ring. These will be the $100 seats." . Schoenwald said the first four tiers of permanent box seats will not be used and thus all ..ticket purchasers in the permanent Seats will be assured of locations higher than the ring or the intervening $100 seats. ! • Schoenwald said the park would have a capacity of 57,000 for the A total of 3,046 deer were killed by cars in Wisconsin in 1960, an increase of 55 from 1959. bout, but that the exact number of tickets in each price classification was not decided. The second Highest priced tickets, $50, will be located in the permanent stands, he said, with some of them in the second deck. YOU THINK YOU'VE GOT TROUBLES—New York Mets manager Casey Stengel's actions speak louder than words in Philadelphia Wednesday as he watches the Phils take a lead and threaten to add one more to the mets long losing streak. They did. Open Entries At Thunderbird For Biggest Purse On PGA Tour oo CLIFTON, N.J. CUPI) - The golfers who are expected to battle it out for the U.S. Open championship next week went after the year's largest links purse today— the $25,000 first place money in the $100,000 Thunderbird golf tournament. Because of that fat purse, the tournament drew practically every top name golfer in the country. Usually many of the top Open contenders skip the tournament a week before the Open to Crawfordsville, Walton Battle to Scoreless Tie WALTON - Bud West of Crawfordsville and Steve Snyder of Walton. hooked up in a pitching duel that resulted in a 0-0 tie after eight innings at which time the American Jr. Legion contest was calledl in order to permit Tipwa Babe Ruth games to be played. West fanned 14 batters and allowed five hits and Snyder gave up only three hits and struck out 13. The game was a thriller all the way. Walton had three good chances to score but failed to pro- vied the necessary punch. Once they had the bases loaded and again and two/on with none out but didn't tally. Then in the last of the eighth Mike Moss led off with a triple but the Walton bays couldn't get him home. Moss led all' batters with two hits. He had ft single to go along with his triple. The contest was a pitching duel between Bud West of Crawfordsville and Steve Snyder of Walton. West fanned 14 and walked six. Snyder fanned 13 and walked two. Walton will play Frankfort here at 2 p.m. Saturday. Summary: R H E Walton Jr. Legion 0-5 3 Crawfordsville 031 Snyder and Jones; West and Minnick. devote all their lime to practicing on the Open course. As usual, Arnold Palmer, who already has banked 859,871 this year, was favored in the field of 130, which included 11 U.S. Open champions, 14 PGA champions and nine Masters champions. Could Break Record Although he did not play well at Memphis last week when he was suffering from a cold, Palmer could attain one of the two ;oals he has set for himself this year — break his own all-time money winning record. The $25,)00 first place money would put lis 1962 earnings well above the record $75,262 he set in I960. Palmer's second goal is a sweep of the four major titles— lie Masters, U.S. and British Dpens and the PGA. He won (he Masters in April so he has the other three to go. •"So Jong as I play the game, I'll always be trying to win all Wes Par meter Recipient Of John Price Memorial Award WES PARMETER North-South All-Star Game Folds HUNTBNGBURG, Ind. CUPI)— Sponsors of the annual North- South All-Star basketball game have announced that there will be no game, this year. Chairman Dale Helmerich of Huntingburg of (he South group said the Fort Wayne Amateur Athletic Club did hot sponsor the North group this year and "at this date a new sponsor is impos sible." Helmerich said plans were being made to resume the series next year. Falcons, Hornets Win Opening Tilts In Walton BR Ball WALTON—The Falcons stopped .he Comets 7-2 and the Hornets turned back the Pirates 9-3 in a pair of opening Babe Ruth league Baseball games .here Wednesday night. Rich Martin hurled a 1-hitter r or the winning Falcons in the opening contest while Steve Snyder pitched a,4-hitter to lead the Sornets to- victory in the second event. The league will continue action on Friday night. Summary R H E Falcons 7 7 0 Comets 2 1 2 R. Mai-tin and Jones; Helvie and Brock. R H E Hornets 9 9 0 Pirates 340' S. Snyder and 'T. Snyder; E. Rikard and Rhoadcs. GIANTS SIGN END (NEW YORK (UPI)-Del Shoffner, whose pass-catching helpec the New York Giants to the National Football League's Eastern Division title, has-signed his 1962 contract. He was third in the •league with 62 receptions lasl season/ Baseball Standings National League W. L. Pet. San Francisco 40 16 .714 •Los Angeles 40 17 .702 Cincinnati 29 20 .592 Pittsburgh 28 23 .549 St. Louis 26 24 .520 Milwaukee 25 28 .472 Houston 22 30 .423 Philadelphia 21 31 .404 Chicago 17 35 .327 New York 12 36 .250 American League W. L. Pet. New York ' 28 19 .596 Cleveland 27 20 .574 Minnesota 30 23 .56(1 Detroit 27 21 .563 Los Angeles 26 ,23 .531 Chicago 27 26 .509 Kansas City 25 28 .472 Baltimore 24 27 .471 Boston 20 28 .417 Washington , 15 34 ,.306 The John Price Memorial Ath- .ctic trophy was presented to Wesley Parmeter Wednesday night at the Logansport High ichool commencement exercises. The award is presented annual- y to the Logansport graduate' who hows outstanding character and itizenship in school and is out- tanding in athletics. The full staff of athletic coach- is along with the principal and .can of men make the selection. The recipient is considered the most valuable athlete at Logans- x>rt High School for the year. Wes was an outstanding endvof he football team and was the lasketball team's starting center, le was considered one of the best rebounders in ih\ North Central Conferece despite being only 6- and competing on the backboards with players of much greater leighth. In baseball Wes was the outstanding player and was the lead- ng hitter on the squad. SIGN SCHOOL STAR WASHINGTON" ('UPI) - Ron Clodfelter, who batted .440' for Mooresville, N.C., High Schoo this ,year, has been signed by the Washington Senators. He will report immediately to the Senators Middlesboro, Ky., farm club in the Class D Appalachian League Father's Day Sunday, June 77 "Presto"! yon can say it, you'll be wearing a neatly knotted necktie. No fabric to make you "hot under the Collar," easy on — and off. See, ours in stripes and patterns. Zounds! _, $150 Greensfelder Bros. 31 3-31:5 (E. MarkotiSr. The trophy,is displayed in the main hall of the high school and Parmeter will receive a small replic'a. Price was an outstanding athlete at Logansport before his graduation in 1949. After completing two years of college at Wabash he entered the service and was killed in action in Korea. Later his football number was retired and the trophy then presented to the most valuable athlete in his honor beginning in 1954. The previous winners were: 1954—Bill Jargstorf 1955—Donald Schmidt 1956—Dalen ShowaUer 1957—Harry Elliott 1958—Allen R. Thomas 1959—William Cuppy 1960—Michael Maple 1961—Michael Newton four the same year,'' Palmer said. Faces Top Field To win (he Thunderbird he will have to beat v the same golfer* who figure to give him his toughest competition in the Open at Oakmont, Pa., next week — Billy Casper, Gary Player, Gene Littler, Jerry Barber, Jay and Lionel Hebert, Doug Ford, Mike Sou- chak, Dow Finslerwald, Sammy Snead, Tommy Bolt, Cary Middlecoff, Julius Boros, Jack Fleck, Claude Harmon and all the touring pros. It is by far the best field to compete in a golf tournament this year. After single rounds Thursday and Friday, the field will be cut to the low 90 and ties for Saturday's third round. For Sunday's final round, which will be televised by NBC from 5 to 6 p.m., EOT, the field will be trimmed to the 1 low 60 and ties. TIGERS, BRAVES WINNERS IN YOUTH LEAGUE TWELVE MILE - The Tigers sneaked by the Cubs, 3-1, and the Braves clipped the Yanks, 5-1, in Twelve Mile Youth League action Wednesday night. Rick Pickens of the Tigers and Tim Boggs of the Cubs each pitched 3-hit ball in the opener but the Tigers won as Warner Young tripled home two runs. Best effort 'or the Cubs was a double by "ihuck Vogleman. In the second tilt Ron Smith lurled a 3-hitter for the Braves and his mates backed him with a 9-hit effort including a homer and two doubles by Bob Minthorn and triple and single by Fred Seahase. Larry Griest singled home the lone Yanks run. Summary: R H E Tigers 350 Cubs 132 Pickens and Young; Bpggs and Calender. R H E Braves 590 Yanks • 131 Smith and Eurit; Lohrman, Slaller and Eikenberry. HIKE PRIZE MONEY MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI)-The Memphis Open Golf Tournament Committee voted Wednesday to make prize money in the 1963 tourney $50,000, placing the tourney among the top 10 money events in the nation. PLAY AT HARVARD BOSTON CUPI) — Harvard Stadium will be the site of the Boston Patriots' first home game of the 1962 American Football League season when they meet the Houston Oilers. The gam« will be nationally televised. LIONS SIGN THREE DETROIT (UPI)-Quarterback Earl Morrall, guard Harley : Sewell and center Bob Whitlow have signed their 1962 contract* with the Detroit Lions of the National Football League. ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM, HOW TO KILL IT. (N 3 DAYS. If not pleased with strong, instant-drying T-4-L, your 48o back at any drug store. Watch infected skin slough off. Watch healthy skin replace it. Itch and burning are gone. TODAY art PORTER DRUG STORE, If It's S.A.V.E. time again at your Plymouth-Valiant Dealer's! Time (Sell All Valiants E-mmediately!) 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