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Ten Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Phils Catch Up With Simmons By United Press International It took the Philadelphia PhUlies a long time to do it, but they finally caught up to .'lefty Curt Simmons. - Simmons, released by the Phil's on May 12, I960 and subsequently picked up by the St. Louis Cardinals, had beaten his old team"mates eight straight times until they turned the tables on him Monday night in an 8-5 victory "over the Cardinals. • Simmons, a member of the old Philadelphia Whiz Kids, had made nine starts against his old buddies and only once was he no.t involved in the decision—and that was more than a year ago. Included in his eight wins over the Phils were four shutouts. Phils Rake Simmons Monday night, however, the Phils raked Simmons for nine hits and tagged him with four runs to knock the Cardinals out of fourth place in the National League race. Don Demeter and pinch • hitter Johnny Callison caused the most trouble, each hitting his eighth homer and batting in three runs. The Pittsburgh Pirates moved a half-game past the Cards into fourth place on the strength of two home runs by Dick Stuart nati was postponed because ol rain. The other clubs were idle. Orioles Beat Yanks • In the American League, the Baltimore Orioles beat the New York Yankees, 5-3, enabling the Minnesota twins to take over first place by one . percentage point, and the Cleveland Indians beat the Boston Red Sox, 10-0, in the only scheduled games. Stuart hit one of his homers completely out of Wrigley. Field in Chicago and his second rolled under a tarpaulin in the Pittsburgh bullpen to give Joe Gibbon his first victory of the season. It was the -Pirates' third straight win. Jackson's pitching enabled the Mets, who now ha've won four of their last six games following a 17-game losing streak, to gain their first win over the Colts, who had beaten them three times. Two singles wrapped around a triple in the fifth inning accounted for two New York runs and proved all the runs Jackson needed. Near Riot Breaks Out . Jim Gentile's 16th home run and Hobie Landrith's first accounted for three Baltimore runs and proved the margin of difference in a game which saw rival which helped beat the Chicago; mana g ers Billy Hitchcock • and Cubs, 6-1, and the New York Mets whipped the Houston Colts, 3-1, behind the seven-hit pitching of lefty Al Jackson in other N. L. games. San Francisco at Cincin- Baseball Standings By United Press International National League W. L. Pet. GB 43 19 .694 ... 40 21 i .656 2'/ 2 31 23 .574 8 32 25 .561 8& 31 25 .554 9 27 31 .466 14 24 33 .421 16'/a 24 34 .414 17 20 39 .339 21% Los Angeles San Francisco Cincinnati Pittsburgh St. Louis Milwaukee Philadelphia Houston Chicago New York 16 38 .296 23 Tuesday's Probable Pitchers San Francisco at Cincinnati (2), twi-night) — Marichal (84) and McCormick (22) vs. O'Toole (4-6) and Drabowsky (1-3) or Hipp- stein (1-1). Los Angeles at Milwaukee night) — Podres (34) vs. Burdette (34). Pittsburgh at Chicago — Had- <3ix (4-2) vs. Hobbie (1-7). New York at Houston (night)— Miller (04) vs. Johnson (3-6). Philadelphia at St.Louis (night) —Brown (04) vs. Broglio (2-2). Wednesday's Games Pittsburgh at Chicago San Fran at Cincinnati, night Los Angeles at Milwaukee, night Philadelphia at St. Louis, night New York at Houston, night American League W. L. Pet. GB Cleveland oston Minnesota New York Cleveland Los Angeles Detroit Chicago Baltimore Kansas City Boston Washington 34 24 .586 .. 31 22 .585 i 31 22 .585 J 30 24 .556 2. 28 26 .519 4 29 29 .500 5 28 29 .491 5 ! / 2 Jackson (3-7) and Taylor. Farel, McMahon (9) and Ranew. Loser-Farrell (4-6). 25 33 ,431 9 22 32 .407 10 19 36 .345 IS'/j Tuesday's Probable Pitchers Detroit at New York (night)— Lary (1-3) vs. Stafford (5-3). Cleveland at Washington (night) — Donovan (8-2) vs. Osteen (2-5). Minnesota at Los Angeles <night) — Bonikowski (54) vs. Lee (4-3). Baltimore at Boston (night)— Fisher (1-1) vs. Delock (O-'O). Chicago at Kansas City (night —Pizarro (3-4) vs', Wickersham (6-2). Wednesday's Games Detroit at New York Cleveland at Washington, night Minnesota at'Los Angeles, nigh Baltimore at Boston, night Chicago at Kansas City, night Springer Resigns at Rochester ROCHESTER—The Rochesle Community School Board ha started applications for the too ball coach vacancy created b the resignation of Joe Springe Monday. Superintendent of Schools Joh Davisson said Tuesday that th board was to meet Tuesday nig' and accept the written resign tion. Springer resigned to take similar post with Rensselaer hig school, Springer will finish his summ school teaclu'ng duties at R Chester before moving to Renss laer for the fall term, accordin to Davisson. Joe and his wif Pat, have four children: Vincen 6, Barbara, 5', Amy, 2, and Emilj 3 months. . Springer said that at Renss • laer he will be able 'to complel •work on his master's degree a ;Purduo University. The coach's record in two year ' at Rochester had been two win - and 16 losses. alph Houk ejected following a •ar riot. The trouble was touched f when Yankee starter Bud aley hit Baltimore's John (Boog) owell in the head with a pitch •the fourth inning and sent him the hospital. The Orioles retaliated when tcher Robin Roberts threw at oger Maris in the New York urth and both teams raced onto e field to stop Maris when he Ivanced on Roberts. Houk, Hitch- ick, Maris and Baltimore coach eorge Staller squared off and took- three city policemen to reak them up. Jim Perry's seven-hit shutout tching and the clutch hitting of illie Kirkland featured Clevend's victory, which moved the dians into a second - place tie ith the Yankees, each a half- ame behind Minnesota.. Major League Results By United Press International American League LL Openers Captured by Cards, Giants The Logansport Little League opened its season Monday night at Crain Field with the Logansport Metal Culvert Giants blanking the Coca-Cola Dodgers and the Scliiff Cardinals thumping the Wolf Cubs, 15-4. The Giants were led to victory by Mike Harvey, who cracked out three hits, one ai double. The Dodgers got only one hit, a single by Dan Densborn. In the second contest the Cards unloaded a ten-hit- attack against the Cubs which included a double by Danny Brubaker and two singles by Bob Baker. Jerry Woli got two of the three Wolt Cub hits, collecting a double and single. '. Games' scheduled tonight will match Ray's Indians and the RBM Shamrocks at 6 o'clock while the Whitehouse Yanks will clash with the Pepsi-Cola White Sox in the second contest. R H E Giants 581 Dodgers 0 1 1 Gaby, Dawson and Blom; Kelt' ;er and Nelson. R H E Cards 15 10 1 Cubs 4 3 Wells and B. Baker; Gleitz and Hamm. FLORA GIRLS WIN FLORA—The Flora Carrolettes defeated the Camden Devilettes 19 ,o 8 in the women's Softball Tri- counly league here Monday eve ring. King Jed the attack for the Flora softballers with a double All of Camden's hits were singles. Batteries for Flora, King and Hicks and for Camden, Smith anc Ricther. 004-000-411 10-13—1 000-000-000 0—7—1 Perry (5-3) and Romano. Wilon, Fornieles (9) and Tillman. oser—Wilson (3-2). Hr-Kirkland, hillips. altimore ew York 210-020-000 5—g-fl 000-102-000 3—9—0 Roberts, Barber (8), Wilhclm 9) and Landrith, Lau (I)) Daley, oitton (6), Coates (8) and Howrd. Winner-Roberts (1-2). Loser- aley (2-1). Hr-Landrilh, Berra, entile. Only games scheduled). National League ittsburgh 201 003 000—8-12—1 hicago, 010-000-000 1—7—0 Gibbon, Olivo (8) and Burgess, ardwell,. Gerard (8), Buhl (») nd Thacker. Winner-Gibbon (1-1) x>ser-Cardwell (2-7). HR-Stuart 2. tew York 'ouston 000-02-1-000 3—6—0 000-010-000 1—7—1 3 hiladerphia t. Louis 110-020-310 8-12—1 102-000-011 5-12—2 McLish, Hamilton (3), Short 8), Green (9) and S. White. Sim mons, Bauta (7), McDaniel (8), errarese (9) and Swatski. Winler-Hamilton (4-5). Loser-Simmons (6-3), HR-Demeter, Calli- an Francisco at Cincinnati, ppd. (Only games scheduled). Red Sox, Jets Get BR Wins The .General Tire Jets nosed out ;he FOP Giants 8-7 and .the Pepsi 3ola Red Sox downed the First Federal Tigers 9-4 in Babe Ruth league action at Riverside park diamond Monday night. The Jets were led '° victory by John Knox with a 2-run triple and a double, and two hits each by Dave Quinn, Jim Wright anc Don Kistler. Rich Schumach lee the Giants with two hits. Schubach fanned 15 batters but gave up eight walks and ten hits, losing the game while Tim. Medlartc won by fanning six although he walked nine. In the second game the Red Sox were leci by-Dave Lowes and Mike Cox, each with a'double while the Tigers were paced by Bob Trib belt's triple. The , Red Sox also uncorked a double play to help Mike Hunter's 3-hit pitching. Summary: Jets 210,040,1-8 10 4 Giants 100,200,4-7 6 Medland and Wright; Schubach and Weimer. R H Flora Carrolettes 19 Camden Devilettes 8 JETS TRIUMPH The Angus Jets of Carroll ton downed the Harold's Tree Service softballers of Logansport in a city league game at Fairview park diamond Monday night 6-2. Wednesday the Shanks Drive-In team will oppose the Goose Creek Marines and on Thursday the Ok Timers will meet Winamac Steel All games are at 8 p.m. Angus Jets Harold's T.S. Lowe and Field; Ray. H H 6 6 2 2 Holmes Tigers Red Sox 100,021,0-4 3 004,113,x—9 4 2 Platt and Jargstorf; Hunter ant D. White. Logansport Sports Card Tuesday Little League—8 p.m. Yanks vs. White Sox. 6 p.m. Indians vs. Shamrocks. Ba.be Ruth—5:45 p.m. Indians vs. Cubs. 8 p.m. Dodgers vs. Braves. Wednesday Little League—6 p.m. Senators vs. Orioles 8 p.m. Panthers vs. Keystones. American Legion—7:30 p.m. Logansport vs, Kokomo. Thursday Little League—6 p.m. Giants, vs. Shamrocks. 8 p.m. Cubs vs. White Sox. Babe Ruth—5:45 p.m. Red Sox vs. Braves. 8 p.m. Giants vs. Indians. Friday Little- League —6 p.m. Orioles vs. Dodgers. 8 p.m. Keystones vs. Cards. Babe Ruth—5:45 p.m. Tigers vs. Dodgers. 8 p.m. Jets vs. Cubs. Central : Indiana Baseball—£ p.m. Logansport at Lafayette. Saturday American Legion—3:30 p.m South Bend 50 at Logansport. Sunday American Legion—2 p.m. Logansport at Delphi. Central Indiana Baseball 2 p.m. Muncie at Logansport. Nine Yanks Left in British Amateur Meet HOYLAKE, England (UPI)Nine Americans, led by Bob Sweeny of New York and Palm Beach, Fla., teed off in the second round of the British Amateur golf championship at the Royal Liverpool Club course today while 13 other Yanks played first round matches. Eleven Americans failed in first-round matches in the opening of the tournament Monday- four of them by default. They were Franklin Barnard of Davenport, Iowa, Henry Timbrook of Beverly Hills, Calif., who showed up 18 minutes late, Kenny Pinns of Lake Geneva, Wis., and Fletcher Jones of Los Angeles. Sweeny, winner of the British Amateur in 1937 and runnerup in 1946, teed off against Ireland's John Glover today. Monday, he scored a 3 and 2 victory over Dick Deloyd of Wales/ In the other second round pairings involving Americans, Ken neth Benson of Brooklyn, N.Y., met England's J. Tate; William Castleman of White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., played G. Hor- rocks-Taylor of England; Martin Stanovich of Niles, 111., met Dan Ryan of Ireland; Pat 'Brady o Reidsville, N.C., played Bruci Belmore of England; Truman Connell of Tequesta, Fla. played Brian Malone of Ireland Phil Breitfelder of Lincoln, Neb. met Michael Burgess of England and in an all-American match Bud Rudolph of Los Angeles me Ledlie Blue of Sanger, Calif. Among the 13 Yanks in actio for the first time were Davk (Spec) Goldman of Dallas, a fi nalist in 'the recenl French Ama teur who met Scotland's R. Jame son; 'Birifcy Mitchella of. For Worth, Tex., who played Georg Fulton of Roanoke, Va., and for mer Wimbledon tennis champio Bob Falkenberg, who now make his home in Brazil. Foyt Settles Differences With Auto Club, Promoter MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPD-A.J. Foyl, Houston, Tex., defending national driving champion, appeared today to have settled his differences with the U.S. Auto Club and with Tom Marchese, promoter of the 100-mile big car auto race which Foyl, won here Sunday. Foyt apologized to USAC Monday for 'his criticism of the race officiating and to Marchese for threatening to beat him up during an argument over appearance money. USAC officials had said earlier Monday that they would ask Foyt, winner of the 1961 500-mile race at Indianapolis, for an explanation ol his action after the race here, in which he finished four car lengths ahead of Parnelli Jones, Torrance, Calif., and two seconds ahead of third place finisher Jim Hurtuibise, Lennox, money. Calif. Foyl: claimed after the race that officials had allowed the cars following him to close the gap dur- dents. When the yellow caution light is on, drivers are required to slow down" and maintain their positions. • 'Foyt, himself, was booed earlier in the race when he closed in on front runner Don Davis, Tucson, Ariz., while Hhe caution light was on. Ths Marchese stemmed from his GA'LVESTON TOPS ROYAL CENTER, 10-5 GALVESTON - The Galveslo Cardinals won a summer leagu county baseball clash over Roya Center hers Sunday afternoon 10 5 -as Kent Spence and Craig Du chess teamed up to pitch a '• litter for the winners. Mike Moss of the Cards swatte a 2-run homer in the third innin, and the winners got other hel Torn Bob Mize with a double Mike Goodman's double and Da: Jackseon's triple. Pufahl hit double for Royal Center's longes winner's argument with claim that, as national champion, he was entitled to $500 appearance money as well as his share of the $7,625 first prize which went to his car, Marchese maintained that only the current Indianapolis winner, in this case Rodger Ward, Indianapolis, was entitled to appearance Here's Good News for CIGAR SMOKERS A new cigar that brings back the old-time flavor and aroma of all natural leaf tobacco ,.. at a popular price. CORONA SIZE ONJ.Y CUSTOM iMADE GOLD FOIL 5-PACK ONLY 49* Enjoy an all-tobacco cigar that smokes better and tastes betterbecause it's made entirely of natural leaf tobaccos ... quality blended for a mild, even smoke. Ask for CRAKE'S CUSTOM MADE CORONA at your favorite cigar counter The Cards, now 2-1 in the coun ,y league, will play N.orth Miam at 'Galveston on Thursday. alveslon Royal Center Spence. Dutches.? Pufahl 'and Conn. R H 10 12 5 3 and Honk Tuesday Evening, June 12, 1962 FINGER WITHSTANDS TEST Palmer Can't Charge Oakmonl-Middlecoff Oakmont, Pa. (UPD—The golfers who have been losing to him n the tournament, trail weren't going as strongly for Arnold Pal mer today as the fans who have made him a 5-1 favorite to win he U.S. Open championship staring Thursday. They think "the monster," ivhieh is what the pros call the ugged Oakmont Country Club jourse, may be loo much for the 'ennsylvania strong boy, playing n his own back yard on a course ie has known well since he was a. boy. "This is a course you can't charge, and that is the only kind of golf Palmer knows how to )lay," pointed out Gary Middlecoff, the only two - time Open champion in the field. "I'm not counting him out—one never does—but this course may oe too much for him." Flashes Old Grin Palmer, who said he never is "too optimistic," was flashing his old grin Monday when he played Oakmdnt despite a gashed finger on his right hand. "My finger didn't bother me as rriuch as I expected it would. I feel fine and I was hitting my irons better," he said after a round in which he matched pai 35-36—71 for the B,894-yard course. "My finger feels fine. If it con tinues the way it's going I'll have no trouble at all." In addition to his iron play, Palmer was pleased with his putting—and putting is going to.be one of the big payoffs in the open. The greens at Oakmont are lightning fast—and probably will 'be faster starting Thursday because they will be rolled each night—'but also sloping ones with peculiar breaks. "One thing sure," said Palmer, "you don't, charge your putts here so I felt good about the way I putted." Palmer Cuts Finger Palmer cut his finger when he returned to his home at nearby Latrobe Monday after playing in the Thunderbird Open at Clifton, N.J. As he was pulling his Jug- gage in a car, his hand slipped and he cut the third finger on his right hand, requiring three slit- "I never really was too much worried about it," Palmer said, "but with the way I've been playing I can't afford any hand! caps, so I'm glad it stood the lest yesterday.", Middlecoff, who won his first Open fitle in 1949 and repealed in 1956, believes that defending champion Gene Litiler should do well here. "He keeps HIP ball in play, has the patience which Ihis coursa takes, and can putt well," Middlecoff added. He said lhat distance on tee shots was not too vital. Legion Nine Opens Slate Wednesday Coach Bob Hunter still has hopes that the American Legion baseball team will get its season underway sometime this season. The Legion, rained out at Michigan City Saturday and again here Sunday, are scheduled to try again Wednesday night against Kokomo at Riverside Park. The local team held a practice session Tuesday morning at Riv erside Park in preparation for the opener. Game time is set for 7:30 p.m. GIANTS SIGN TWO NEW YORK (UPD — The New York Giants have. signed Erich Barnes, All - National Footbai: League defensive back last year, .for the 1062 season. 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