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Eight Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Friday Evening, June 8, 1962. Stafford Halts Indians: Cubs Win Dodgers Fail to Gain On Giants,Lose 3-2 Bill Stafford is a young man in a hurry.. .a young man after the Yankee dollar...and a young man who looks like the successor to Whitey Ford as the ace of the New York staff. Ralph Houk,' manager, likes to compare him with Allie Reynolds for two good reasons: (1) Stafford 'is a purposeful fellow who likes to get the job done in a hurry and (2) he knocks down contenders like tenpins. The 23-year-old Stafford, a native of Catskill, N.Y., demonstrated his "Reynolds-like" ability against Thursday night when he pitched the Yankees to a 4-0 victory over the Cleveland Indians to maintain their one-game lead over the Minnesota 'Twins in the American League race. Bill yielded two hits, didn't walk a man ajid sent everybody home in 1:59 —a time it takes most young pitchers these days to work four innings. Maris Homers Jim Perry shut out the Yankees for three innings but in the fourth Roger Maris exploded, his 10th homer of the season and the Yankees added three runs in the eighth with the aid of a double by Bill Skowron and a single by Clete Boyer. H was Stafford's £ifth win against three losses. The current two-cornered race in the National League remained unchanged when both the first- place San Francisco Giants and the second-place Los Angeles Dodgers lost. The Chicago Cubs shaded the Giants, 4-3, and the Pittsburgh Pirates topped the Dodgers, 3-2. The Baltimore Orioles whipped the Washington Senators, 12-5, the Minnesota Twins downed • the Kansas City Athletics, 5-2, the Chicago White Sox, defeated the Los Angeles Angels, 8-4, and the Boston Red Sox edged out the De- iroit Tigers, 5-4, in other American League games. The St. Louis Cardinals completed a sweep of a three-game series with the Cincinnati Reds with an 8-2 victory and the Houston Colts topped the Milwaukee Braves, 3-2, in the other National League games. Major League Results By United Press International American League Kansas City 000 010.010- 260 Minnesota 100 030 lOx— 590 Wickersham, Segui (8) .and Sullivan. Bonikowskd (5-4) and Battey. Loser—Wickersham (6-2). Detroit 100 000 300— 471 Boston 003 OOOllx— 5 11 0 Lary, Casale (4), Kline (7), Fox (8) and Brown. Wilson, Fornieles (6), Barley (7)' and Tillman. Winner — Barley (1-1). Loser—Kline (1-2). HR-Wilson, Wood, Colavito, Geiger. Chicago 070 010 000— 8 14 0 Los Angeles 010 200 100- 481 Pizarro, Fisher (4) and Carreon. Grba, Botz (2), Morgan (2), Fowler (7) and Hodgers. Winner- Fisher (1-2). Loser-Grba (2-3). Cleveland 000 000 000- 0 2 1 New York OQO 100'03x— 450 Perry, Bell (8) and Romano. Stafford (5-3) and Howard. Loser —Perry (4-3). HR—Maris. Two things are working slrong- .y against the lowly carp in his Battle to become loved. One is :he amazing number of his breed ,hat inhabit the. waters and the other is his bothersome feeding labits. A 20-pound female will lay around two million eggs a season, which practically insures the species for all time. But it is the way be feeds that really causes trouble—rooting up the bottoms of lakes and rivers in lu's constant hunt for doggone near anything that will fit into the vacuum cleaner that passes [or his mouth. Washington 102 000 110— 5 10 1 Baltimore 241 103 lOx—12 14 0 Burnside, Rippelmeyer (2), Hannan (3), Kutyna (7) and Retzer, Bright (5). Fisher, Hoeft (3) and Lau. Winner—Hoeft (2-3), Loser— Burnside (4-5). HR—Hinton. National League San Francisco 000 002 001— 360 Chicago 000 301 OOx— 4 91 Pierce, Miller 8) and Haller. Cardwell (2-6) and' Tappe. Loser —Pierce (8-1). HR—Rodgers, F. Alou. Los Angeles 002 000 000— 250 Pitti&urgh 000 000 003— 371 Podres, L. Sherry (9) and N. Sherry. Haddix, Face (9) and Leppert. Winner—F-ace (3-1). Loser— L. Sherry (3-2). HRs—W. Davis, Stuart. Cincinnati 000 002 000- 273 St. Louis 010 050 02x— 8 18 0 O'Toole, Sisler (5), Nunn' (6), and Edwards. Broglio (2-2) and Oliver. Loser—O'Toole (4-6). HR— White. Milwaukee 000 110 000— 2 11 0 Houston 100 000 002— 390 Spahn, Fischer (9) and Crandall. Farrell, McMahon (9) and Ranew. Winner—McMahon (2-1). Loser—Spahn (8-6). HR-Mejias. (Only games scheduled)) May Drop Basketball From 1968 Olympics " MOSCOW (UPI) - Basketball may be one of the. sports dropped when the Olympic bigwigs get around to cutting four sports from the'program of the 1968 games. At least that was the specula- ion; of Otto Mayer, chancellor of the"International Olympic Com- mitee, following Thursday's wiridup of the IOC's 59th annual conference. The IOC delegates, by a vote of 28-8, passed a rule to cut the program of the 1968 summer games from 22 to 18 sports. Mayer said th& IOC would decide at next year's annual meeting, scheduled to be held at Nairobi, Kenya, in October, which sports would be dropped. Mayer said that it was his "personal opinion" that certain team sports like baskelball and soccer might be among those eliminated. No Real Amateurs "There is not one amateur basketball player in' America," Mayer charged. "And in my own city of Lausanne, all the members of the football (soccer) club are paid and they call themselves amateurs." Mayer added, however, he did not .believe that all team sports were "professional." Any move to drop basketball was bound to meet with opposition from ,the Americans. Basketball is a native American game and the United States never has losj an Olympic game in this sport. Mayer explained that the IOC would continue to recognize 22 sports for the summer games. He said different sports would te dropped from each Olympiac however, to keep the number a' IS/ - - Would Hurt Games '''We don't want the Olympic Games to go on getting bigger and bigger," Mayer said.. "We can't go on amplifying the games. If we , had 40 sports, i would kill the Olympics." The chancellor disclosed tha he IOC recently rejected ,an ap- ilication for recognition from the nternational Rugby Association. He pointed to the IOC rule which equires that a sport be "widely alayed" in at least 25, countries Defore it can be considered for be Olympic program. Mayer said the International lugby Association has only about 5 affiliated members. He also, revealed that the sites or the 1968 Olympic Games would be decided at the next IOC meeting at Nairobi. LEG INJURY IMPROVES NEW YORK (UPI) — Ty Clin of- the Cleveland Indians said Thursday he expects to be re leased from Lenox Hill Hospita by Saturday. The rookie outfield er" suffered an aggravation of a thigh injury during Wednesday's game against the New York Yan tees. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE Baling carp,,'the sages say, is quite a lot like trying to kiss a porcupine. This most prolific and ubiquitous of fishes is without doubt the most scorned of all the : food" fishes. along this line with the addition this year of several campsites and comfort "stations. But much remains to be done. With family camping enjoying unprecedented popularity, our teeming state »arks are less refuges than refu- ;ee settlements. BOAT TIPS A few years ago a survey of 25 commercial fishermen who plied their trade'on the Missouri river asked what was their favorite dish, strictly for eating qualities. To a nian the 'answer was carp! "But what about the bones?" they, were asked. "Don!t carp-have more bones than meat?" 'Sure", was the reply. "But if you skin them and score them before cooking, they taste better than any other fish, arid the bones cook up to nothing." The secret of making carp pleasant on the plate is in the preparation, which begins when the critter comes from clean wa- tcr. It should be skinned, not scaled, which removes a'great deal of the "muddy" flavor that is inherent in carp. Secondly, it should be "scored", a process which consists 'of slicing the meat to the bone before cooking, in slices as close as pages in a book, if possible. Then when it is cooked (usually deep fried), the bones disappear. The carp can'be far from the ; 'sewer trout" that he is some- tunes called. Here's another tasty recipe. Skin carp and cut into two-inch pieces. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and place in oiled earthenware baking dish. Cover with generous handful of whole, mixed spices. Add a cup of mild vinegar and bake in oven for one hour. Then—cat heartily! CAMPING NEWS — The annual spring jamboree of the Indiana Campers Association ' will be June-15-17 at-the .state fairgrounds in Indianapolis. More than 400 campers from all parts of Hoosierdom are expected when registration opens at noon Friday. Activities will include films, sports, a sock-hop for teenagers, square and 'ballroom dancing. .Registration is $3. The main topic ol discussion at the group's business meeting Sunday will be the improvement ol Indiana state parks and forests. There has been some .progress ALLYUNLDADZP, 16 HARD FORA FOLLOWING PRIVEK TO see^ CARR YA ew&ur fLAG irts ATNI&HT. NOTICE TO SQUIRRELS-Th(* dates and limits for squirrel hunting the next three years, have been set for Hoosiers. The open season dates on fox squirrel and grey squirrel are Aug. 15-to Oct. 13, inclusive, not including Sundays, and" the limit is five a day, Members o£ the Cass County Archery Club will travel to Lan sing, 111., Sunday for a round robin match with teams from Hammond, South Bend, Plymouth and Lansing. President Arnold Foust will be accompanied by shout 10 local archers on the trip WEEKLY FISHING REPORT- Fishing is reported just fair. .Bass and blucgiUs have been caught oh night crawlers, worms and poppers. A few smallmouth bass caught using soft craws and worms. Some cattish caught out of the Wabash and several rock bass and pike taken out of the Tippccanoe river. One 56-pound spoonbill catfish taken from Wabash in Lafayette. Fishing below the dam on the Eel in Logansport continues to be popular but high water is not helping much Galveston Halts South Caston, 5-0 GALVESTON — The Galveston Cardinals won a county league summer' baseball contest over South Caston here Thursday 5-0 as Craig Dutchess turned a 4-hitter. Mike Moss socked a solo homer for the Cards' longest blow. Galveston will play at Royal Center Sunday at 2 p.m. Summary: R H E Galveston 551 South Caston 040 Dutchess and Ronk; Jay and Ulerick. Read the Want Ads! COME INI TEST YOUR SKILL... Special Promotion Saturday, June 9th A FRii PAIR OF H«sh ~ -— ""* •• ^.^ •"-BRAND BREATHIN' BRUSHED PIGSKIN CASUAL SHOES BY WOLVERINE G 0 L F S H 0 E S FOR EVERY HOLE-IN-ONE COMB "Your Family Shoe Store" 407 East Broadway Baseball Standings American League W. L. Pet. GB 'ew York 29 19 .604 ... [innesota ' 31 23 .574 1 leveland 27 21 .563 2 'etroit - 27 22 .551 2% as Angeles • • 26 24 ..520 4 hicago . 28 26 .519 4 al'timore ' 25 27 .481 6 •Can'sas City 25 29 .463 .7 oston 21 28 .429 9 Vashington ' 15 .35 .300 15 Friday's Probable Pitchers Baltimore at'New York (night) — Estrada (3-7) vs. Ford (3-4). Cleveland at Boston (night) — tonovan .(8-2) vs. Delpck 0-0). Chicago at Minnesota (night) — 'ynn (3-4) vs. Kralick (44). Kansas City at Los Angeles night) — Rakow (4-5) vs. L'ee 3-3). Detroit at Washington (2, t w i- night) — Foytack (4-1) and Mossi 64) vs. Hamilton (1-2) and Stenhouse (3-1). ' . Saturday's Games Baltimore at New York Cleveland at Boston Chicago at Minnesota 'ansas City at Los Angeles )etroit at Washington National League W. L.'Pct. GB an Francisco 40 17 .702 ..'. Los Angeles 40 18 .690 % incinnati . 29 21 .580 7>/ 2 'ittsburgh 29 23 .558 8'/ 2 >t. Louis 27 24 .529 10 Milwaukee 25 29 .463 13% Houston ' 23 30 .434 15 'hiladelphia 21 31 .404 16'/£ Chicago 18 35 .340 20 Vew York 12 • 36 .250 23'/£ Friday's Probable Pitchers New York at Chicago (2) — Hook (3-6) and Miller (0-3) vs. Bobbie (1-6) and Koonce 3-1). Philadelphia at Cincinnati night) — Bennett (1-1) vs. Hipp. tein (1-0).Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (night) — McBean (5-2) vs. Shaw (6-2). San Francisco at St. Louis inight) — Marichal (8-3) vs. Gibion (6-4). Los Angeles at Houston night) — Koufax (8-2) vs. John- ion (3-6). Saturday's Games 'hiladel'phia at Cincinnati ittsburgh at Milwaukee ew York at Chicago !an Francisco at St. Louis x)s Angeles at Houston American Association W. L. Pct.GB ndianapolis ....3020.600 .. Omaha 28 22 .560 2 Louisville 26 24 .520 4 Denver 24 25 .490 5>/ Dallas-Ft. Worth 21 26 .477 7% Oklahoma City ...1931.38011 • Thursday's Results 'ndianapolis 3 Oklahoma City 1 -.ouisville 2 Omaha 0 Dallas-Fort Worth at Denver, Ppd., rain. , Friday's Games Oklahoma City at Indianapolis [>ul'las-Fort Worth at Denver Ikmisville.at Omaha CLIFTON, N.J. (UPI) — Frontrunner Gay Brewer Jr. of.Crys- .al River, Fla., counted on his hot >utter to keep him rolling today n the second round of the $100,000 Thunderbird golf classic. "If the putter keeps goin', I will too;" said the 30-year-old pro whose six-under-par 33-33 — 66 Thursday gave him a one-shot ead over U. S. Open champion •iene Littler of Rancho Bernardo, ?alif., and veteran Earle (Spec) Stewart of Dallas in the year's richest.'golf tournament. Brewer lad eight one-putt greens and 29 putts in all. However, there's reason to be- ieve that putter can cool. Gay led he Memphis Open with a first- •ound 64 just last week but wound up in 10th place when the paychecks were passed out at the end of 72 holes. Brewer Leads Thunderbird With 66; Palmer Has 73 SUE CAMP WINS FLAG TOURNEY Sue Camp won the ladies day [lag tournament held at Dykeman Park. Thursday afternoon. She placed her flag on the ninth green, furthest point reached by any of the participants in ;he nine hole tournament. She had a 54 gross and 36 net score. Low gross honors went to Sue aby with a 50 and Dorothy Carithers was low net with 37. Dolores Binder and Betty More- lead were co-chairman of the event. "I was on the lour for six years without winning a tournament until I changed my putting style 1 last year," said Gay. "Then I won three tournaments in five months and this is one I'd sure like to win." Palmer Way Back But with $25,000 as the top prize, the competition in the Thunderbird is so fierce that hot pre-tourney favorite Arnold P a 1- mer, the year's lop money vrin- ner, shot an opening 73 and wound up tied for 46th place. Right back' of the 67 shooters were Dave Ragan and Fred Hawkins with 68 and six others at 69 — Doug Sanders, Jack Nicklaus, )ave Marr, Jackie Burke Jr., Mason Rudolph and Frank Boyn- on. In the* group of nine at 70 were 50-year-old Sam Snead, Jacky and 3uster Cupit, Lionel Hebert and Sob Goalby. In all, 29 players cracked the 72 at the Upper Hontclair Country Club. Sanders and veteran Chandler Harper rolled in the ninth and Kain's, Alpha Take Victories In Babe Ruth The Kain Dodgers edged the Elks Cubs 3-2 and the Alpha Indians outgunned the Eagle Braves 8-0 in a pair of Babe Ruth league baseball games at Riverside park diamond Thursday night. The Dodgers spotted the Cubs to a 2-run lead in the first and then stormed back to win as Gary Terrel led the hitting with two singles in three official trips to. the plate. Dan Fettig hurled a 4-hitter for the winners. Mike Tocco of the Cubs fanned eight bailers and hit a double while his teammate Lonnie Brewer cracked out a. triple,-but it wasn't enough to win. In the second tilt Rick Rohrbaugh pitched a 3-hitter for the wining Indians, fanning 11 batters. Mike Parrett helped him with a pair of. hits. Games tonight match the Pepsi- Cola Red Sox 'and FOP Giants at 5:45 while the First Federal Tigers and.General Tire Jets meet in the second game. Cubs 200,000,0—2 4 2 Dodgers 002,001,x-3 6 2 Tocco and McLochlin; Fettig and Adams. Braves 000,000—0 34 Indians 214,010—8 4 1 Whittington, Apt and Gaumer; Rohrbaugh and S, Maple. Convenient No Deposit No Return Tipwa LL Wins to Apaches/ Arrows WALTON—The Apaches nicked :he Hawks 11-8 and the Arrows •emained unbeaten by stopping the Shamrocks 17-13 in a pair of slugging battles of the Tipwa Little League here Thursday night. The Apaches got six hits with a double by Price being best while Martin led the Hawks with a two- dagger. The Arrows got a triple by Turner and a double by Mofield to lead the winning drive while B. Mofield hit two doubles and Barker had one two-baser for the Shamrocks. Summary: R H E Apaches 11 6 0 Hawks 870 Propes and Bryan; Martin and Rikard. R H E Arrows 17 9 6 Shamrocks 13 15 2 Reinke and Turner; Deniston, Hinkle, Taylor, Dillon, Riley and Taylor, Working. LONGCLIFF NIPPED Waryckes of Lafayette nosed out the State Hospital softball team at the local field Thursday night 54 as the Longcliff club was held to three hits. John Maloy accounted for all local runs when he whacked a solo homer in the first and a 3- run blast in the third. Lafayette had five hits, all singles, ant scored three times in the first on a single and two errors. R H E Lafayetle 55 1 Stale Hospital 4 3 3 Powell and Harshman; Andry and Lake. tOlh holes-in-one ol 1 Iho PGA lour his year, Sandeni gelling his with a three iron nn the 210-yard hird hole and Harper with a Iwo ron on the 230-yanl 17th. Harper lad a 71. Plays "Awful" Palmer was misc.'able afler nis 36-37—73 and said, "I'm playing awful." Adding to Arnie'a misery was a bogey six at the l.llh where lio )Iunked his second shot into a creek in front of Ihe green. He also bogeyed three other holes in lis scramble and only a 50-foot )irdie putt at the l.'Hli kept him "rom falling way out of it. Gary Player of Soulh Africa also had a 73 and Bill Casper ikidded to 75. One of the earliest casual- ies was former U. S. Open chain>ion Gary Middleco,!f who arrived ate because of fouled - up travel connections and couldn't warm up iis ailing back properly before eeing off. Cary shot a 43 on the 'ront nine and wit! drew. Fight Reunite By United Press iinlcrnational LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) — James Ellis, l5(V t , Louisvilln, ilopped Rudy Bent, 155!^, Kingston, Jamaica, (2). Father's Day Is June 117 MEN OF MOBllLITY CHOOSE English Heather (COMPACT MomlFlaVor, Less Fpng, More Fun! get'all thfee ,frorti'pi0'D Pick-Up a 6-Pak or 12-Pak Ot.wryi ltd. 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