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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 13, 1962
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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Terr's Catch Extends Tiger Losing Streak HEAVY TRAFFIC-With Orlando Cepeda on first base and Willie Mays on second in the eighth inning of the first game in Cincinnati Tuesday night the San Francisco traffic became a iilllc heavy around the keystone corner. Cepeda stole second (top) but Mays did not start for third. Mays points for Cepeda to go back as Ed Kasko starts the rundown of Mays with Don Blasingame on the bag. Then Leo Cardenas chases as Kasko steps aside (center). At last the tag is made with umpire Shag Crawford making the call. (UPI) League Leaders By United Press International National League Player & Club G. AB R. H. Pet. F.Alou, S.'F. 56 215 39 '?4 .344 Musial, St. L. 46 150 25 51 .340 Willams, Chi. 60 235 48 79 .336 Davnprt, S.F. 59 204 39 68 .333 Altman, Chi. 56 215 29 70 .326 T.Davis, L.A. 61 252 46 82 .325 Groat, Pitts. 58 242 26 78 .322 Callison, Phil. 55218 43 70..321 W.Davis, L.A. 58 212 43 70 .321 Cepeda, S.F, 63 255 49 81 .318 American League Jimnez, K.C. 53 180 22 63 .350 Rollins, Min. 59 229 30 80 .349 Runnels, Bos. 55 212 29 72 .340 Kaline, Del. 36 146 32 -49 .336 Robnsn, Chi. 55 216 32 71 .329 Battey, Min. 48 175 19 57 .326 Esegian, Clev. 41 144 29 47 .326 A.Smith, Chi. 46 167 22 53 .317 Siebern, K.C. 59 220 43 67 .305 O'Conl, Wash. 39 141 18 43 .305 Home Runs National League: Mays, Giants 21; Cepeda, Giants 17; Mejias, Colts 16; Banks, Cubs 15; Pinson, Reds 13; Thomas, Mets 13, American League: Gentile, Orioles 16; Cash, Tigers 15; Wagner, Angels 15; Kaline, Tigers 13; Essegian, Indians 12; Killebrew, Twins 12. Runs Batted In National League: T. Davis, Dodgers 64; Cepeda, Giants 59; Mays, Giants 54; White, Cards 47; F. Alou, Giants 43. American League: Wagner, An> gels 45; Robinson, White Sox 44; Siebern, Athletics 43; Rollins, Twins 42; Gentile, Orioles 41. Pitching National League: Purkey, Reds 10-1; Pierce, Giants 8-1; McLish, Phils 5-1; Koufax, Dodgers 8-2; Face, Pirates 4-1, Koonce, Cubs 4-1; Bruce, Colts 4-1. American League: Donovan, Indians 8-2; Foytack, Tigers 4-1; Stenhouse, Senators 4-1; Wickersham, Athletics 7-2; Belinsky, Angels 6-2. Read the Want Ads! Baseball Standings By United Press International W L Pet. GB National League Los Angeles 43 20 .683 ... San Francisco 42 21 .667 1 Pittsburgh 33 25 .569 7'A St. Louis 32 25 .561 8 Cincinnati 31 25 .554 8'/i Milwaukee 28 31 .475 13 Houston 25 34 .424 16 Philadelphia 24 34 .414 16'/ 2 Chicago 20 40 .333 21i/ 2 New York 16 39 .291 23 Wednesday's Probable Pitchers Pittsburgh at Chicago—McBean 05-3)' vs. Koonce (4-1). San Francisco at Cincinnati (night)—'Pierce (8-1) vs. Purkey (10-1). Los Angeles at Milwaukee (nigM.)—Hook (4-6) vs. Bruce (4-1). Philadelphia at St. Louis (night) •^Bennett (2-1) vs. Gibson (7-4) Thursday's Games Los Angeles at Milwaukee Pittsburgh at Chicago San Francisco at Cincinnati, nigh New York at. Houston, night (Only games scheduled) American League W. L. Pet. GB Naw York 32 22 .593 .. Cleveland 31 22 .585 '/ Minnesota 34 25 .576 V Los Angeles 31 24 .564 I'/ Detroit 28 27 .509 4 1 / Chicago 29 30 .492 5 1 / Baltimore 28 30 .483 e Kansas City 2(i 33 .441 8', Boston 23 32 ,418 9>/ Washington 19 36 .345 Wednesday's Probable Pitchers Detroit at New York — Moss (6-5) vs. Sheldon (4-2). Cleveland at Washington (2 twi-night). — Donovan (S-2) 'an Ramos (3-2) vs. Osteen (2-5) an Stenhouse (4-1). Minnesota at Los Angele (night)—Kralick (54) vs. Chanc 4-3). Baltimore at Boston (night)— Estrada (3-7) vs. Schwall (1-7) Chicago at Kansas City (nighl -Buzhardt (1-5) vs. Wyatt (4-4 or Walker (6-4). Wednesday Evening, June 13, 19B2. Yanks Have New Ball Hawk By FRED DOWN UP! Sports Writer Move over Tris Speaker, Joe 'iMaggio and Willie Mays. . .the ankees have come up with a ew ball hawk in their outfield! He's a squat, 38-year-old little uy named Yogi Berra and the littering, key catch he made uesday night came as almost as much of a surprise to him as it id to Manager Bob Scheffing and ie Detroit Tigers. "Beat that for Yankee Luck," 'ailed Scheffing in the wake of ie 2-1 Yankee victory that ex- ended the Tigers' losing streak o five games. "We know he can eat us with the bat but to have im come up with a great oatch n left field is too much!" The erstwhile Yankee catcher made his brilliant, tumbling catch f a 410-foot bid for a triple or omer by Jake Wood in the fifth nning of Bill Stafford's six - hit riumph. It came with Dick rown on base and preserved Stafford's 2 - 0 lead through the )etroit fifth inning. Stafford went in to shut out the Tigers until ingles by Rocky Colavito, Vic Vcrtz and Chico Fernandez produced a run in -the ninth and end ed his string of 25 consecutive scoreless frames. Catch Surprises Berra Berra made his catch in deeper eft field than Al Giomriddo's amed World Series robbery of 5iMaggio in 1947. He admitted ie didn't think he could make t when the ball was hit. "I thought it was gone over ray head," Yogi said. "But I kepi 'unning, stuck out my'glove and here it was. Roger Marls' llth homer of the season was the big Wow of the ieven - hit Yankee attack thai earned Stafford his sixth win anc dealt Frank Lary his fourth loss The win snapped the Yankees' three - game losing streak, and boosted them back into first place in the American League when the Los Angeles Angels beat the Minnesota Twins,' 7-5. : The Boston Red Sox shaded the Baltimore Orioles, .4-3, and the Kansas City Athletics edged out the Chicago White .Sox, 2-1, in other AL games. The San Francisco Giants broke out of their six-game losing skein with 2-1 and 7-5 victories over the Cincinnati Reds; 'the Milwaukee Braves crushed the first- place Los Angeles Dodgers, 15-2, the St. Louis Cardinals topped the Philadelphia Phillies, 3-2, the Houston Colts defeated the New York Mets, 3-2, and the Pittsburgh Pirates downed the Chicago Cubs, 4-3, in National League games. Deaths in the News By United Press International WASHINGTON UPI) - Eng-i and (UPI) — John Ireland, 82, a >;:ominent English composer ear- y in the century and teacher, died Tuesday. Major League Results By United Press International National League Pittsburgh 220-000-000 4—8—1 Chicago 000-200-010 3-11—2 Haddix, Face (8) and Burgess. Hobble, Schultz (8), Elston (9) and Tappe, Thacker (9). Winner- Haddix (5-2). Loser-Hobbie (1-8) Philadelphia 000-001-100 2-8—0 St. Louis Ofli-000-02X 3—5—1 Brown, Baldschun (8) andDal- rymple. Broglio, McDaniel (7) Ferrarese (8) and Sawalski, Sehaffer (9). Winner-Ferrarese (2-1). Loser - Brown (0-5). HR- Whitifield. Thursday's Games Minnesota at Los Angeles Baltimore at Boston Cleveland at Washington, night Chicago at Kansas City, night (Only games scheduled) American Association W.L. Pct.GB Indianapolis ....3323.589 ... Louisville 2825.52831/4 Omaha 2926.527 3% Denver 25 27 .481 6 Dallas-Ft. Worth 24 28 .4«2 9 Oklahoma City ... 23 33 .41110 Tuesday's Results Wednesday's Games 5enver at Louisville (2) Indianapolis at ,Da!las4Tt. Worth (night) Omaha at Oklahoma City (night) Los Angeles 100-000-010 2—G—0 Milwaukee 533-200-02X 15-17—1 Podres, Ortega (2), Roebuck (8) and Rosisboro, Camilli (fl) Burdette (44) and Crandall 'Loser-Podres (3-5). HR - Bell Mathews, H.. Aaron, Boiling T Aaron. New York 000-001-100 2—5—2 Houston 010-000-002 3—6—2 Miller, C. Anderson (6) • am Taylor. Johnson (4-6) and Ranew Loser-C. Anderson (3-fl). 1st game) San Francisco 000-000-200 2-11—1 Cincinnati 000-100-000 1—7—C Marichal (94) and Bailey O'Toole (4-7) and Edwards. HR Coleman. (2nd game) San Francisco 320-010-001 7—8—' Cincinnati 000-020-012 5—8— iMeCormick, Miller (8), Larsei (9) and Bailey. Dra'bowsky, Klipp stein <4), Sisler (C), Wills (8) anc Foiles. Winner-McCormick {3-2) Loser-Drabowsky (1-4). HR-Cepe BUENOS AIRES (UP"^ - Gen. •edro Pablo Ramirez, leader of he 1943 Argentine revolt that Jed o the dictatorship of Juan D. ?eron, died Monday at the age of 78. HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Private uneral services were conducted Tuesday for Folly Adler, notorious former New York madam and author of "A House Is Not A Home." Miss Adler, 62,. died Saturday. NEW YORK CUPD—Mrs: Eveyn Preston Baldwin, 64, wife of Roger .N. Baldwin, founder and former director of the American 'ivil Liberties Union, died Monday. ALEXANDRIA,. Va. (UPI)— Doiiald M. Swarthou't, 77, dean' emeritus of the School of Fine Arts at the University of Kansas, died Tuesday. He was a former president of the National Associ ation of Schools of Music. CHANGE FIGHT DATE LONDON (UPI)—The fight between Sugar .Ray Robinson and Terry Downes, originally scheduled for June 26, has now been set for Sept. 25, it was announced Tuesday by promoter Harry Levene. Downes had asked for a postponement of the original date when he injured his left hand. He las just had the plaster removed •rom his hand'and can start light raining. ;, Both Robinson and Downes are SIGNS BONUS PACT KANSAS" CITY, Mo. (UPI) — The Kansas City Athletics have signed ' Larry Wilson, a University of Miami football and baseball star, to a bonus contract. Wilson, a first baseman, has been assigned to the A's Class D farm club at Minot, N.D. PACKERS SIGN PADl GREEN BAY, Wis. (UPI)—End Oscar [Donahue and tackle John Sutro of San Jtose State College, both sixth round draft choices of the Green Bay Packers, have signed for the coming season. Coach iVince Lombard! said today. former holders of the world middleweight championship and ! Downes currently holds the 'British title. RETURN SIGNED CONTRACTS PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - The Philadelphia Eagles have received the signed 1962 contracts of linemen Gene Goassagc and John Wittenborn for the National Football League season. This will be Gossage's third year in the pros and Witlenborn's fifth. da 2, Foiles. American League Chicago 010-000-000 1—S-0 Kansas City 000-000-02X 2—8—0 Pizarro (3 - 5) and Carreon. Wickersham. (7-2) and A/.cue. •Detroit 000-000-001 1—6—1 New York 101-000-OOX 2—7—2 Lary, Nischwitz 8) and Brown. Stafford (6-3) and Howard. Loser- Lary (1-4.) HR-Maris. Baltimore 000-002-010 3-10—0 Boston 103-000-OOX 4-12-—0 Fisher, Hall (3), Stock (7) and Landrith; Delock, Radatr, (7), E/arley (9) and Tillman. Winner- Delock (1-1). Loser-Fisher (1-2). HR-Malzone (7th). Minnesota 020-001-002 5-7—1 Los Angeles 102-003-10X 7-5—1 Bonikowski, Sadowski (6), Stange <7) and Battey. Lee, Fowler (7), Spring (9) and Rodgers. Winner — Lee (5-3). Loser—Bonikowski (5-5). HR — Thomas 2, Green. Cleveland at Washington, ppd., wet grounds. 412 E. BROIAD.WAY RflT, mo. PHOiNE 4193 MONTGOMERY WARD FISHING FESTIVAL! 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