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••twelve. Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Thursday Evening, June 21,1962. Indians Increase Lead With Double Win Cardinals Nip Dodgers In 11 By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Writer .,. Don't sell these Indians short. They're not the same ones who ..sold Manhattan for 24 bucks. This particular Tribe is from Cleveland and apparently has no intention whatsoever of giving up the American League lead for all •the money in the world. '•Their chief, Mel McGaha, seems to have a one-track mind. Even when everyone else said they had no chance to win, he •insisted otherwise. And now that his Indians are pulling away from the rest of the pack, he feels 'even more sure than before. '• Many skeptics .still can't see the Indians but maybe they'd bet- .ter open their eyes to the fact ^that Cleveland has won six of its /last seven and increased its lead .to two.full games last night'• by -bowling over the Boston Bed Sox twice, 6-3 and 3-0, in a twi-night ioubleheader. Bubba Phillips' three-run homei off Gene Conley in the sixth in.' ning of the opener erased a 3-2 • Red Sox lead and Woodie Held provided an insurance run with a ; solo homer in the eighth. Jim Perry got >.past a three-run first inning to gain-his sixth victory. ; Labnan Won Nightcap Barry Latman then checked the Red Sox on five hits in the nightcap. Ty Cline doubled home Cleveland's first run of the game • off Mike Fornieles in the second inning and homers by Willie Kirkland in the third and Jerry • Kindall in the eighth completed the scoring. The Chicago White Sox cooled off the second-place Minnesota Twins, 5-1, the Los Angeles Angels beat the Kansas City A's, 5-1, -and the Washington Senators shaded the Detroit Tigers, 5-4. Rain washed out the Orioles-Yankees' game. In (he National League, the SI. Louis Cardinals scored- a 5-4 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers in 11 innings, the Houston Colts continued their mastery of' the San Francisco Giants, 9-5, the Pittsburgh Pirates nipped the Cincinnati Reds, 5-4, and the' Milwaukee Braves swept a pair from the New York-Mets, 9-4 and 3-2, with ..the second game, limited to .six 'armings because of rain. The game between the Phillies and "Cubs was postponed. '.', The White Sox were limited to six hits by the Twins but clinched •the game with a three-run second 'inning rally featured 'by Ntffie Fox' two-run double. Ray Herbert won his fifth game although tagged for 10 hits. Homers Pace Angels flomers by Bob Rodgers and Leon Wagner powered the third- place Angels to their win over the A's. Wagner socked his 20th • homer in the fourth and then threw his bat toward KG pitcher Jerry Walker when he. was hit by a pitch in the fifth. There was •io bloodshed, however. Not even ny Wows. Ted Bowsfield .was the winner. The Senators snapped a 2-all ie with the Tigers when they ame up with three runs in the eventh. Chuck Hinton's two-run omer was the big blow and Chuck Cottier hit a two-run horn- •r in the fifth. Norm Cash belted is 18th for the Tigers, who were eld to six hits. Jim Hannan was lie winner and Don Mossi the oser. Bill White's llth inning single cored Ken Boyer from second )ase with the .winning run for the Cardinals over the Dodgers, 'form 'Sherry .hit a two-run homer n the seventh. Bobby Shantz ilanked the Dodgers over the last our innings to pick up the -vic- ory and Ron Perranoski was'the oser. Despite the defeat, the )odgers remained 2!4 games in ront. National League ('First game) fldlwaukee .005 211 000— 9 15 0 Vew York 010 001 101— 4 10 0 Cloninger (2-1) and. Crandall. Daviault, Mizell (4), Moorhead 6), Hillman (8), Hook (9) and Cannizzaro. Loser—Daviault (0-1). IE — Throneberry, Bell, Adcock, ytantilla. (Second game, 6 innings, rain) Milwaukee 002-001 — 3 '22 ew York 000 002 — 2 7 0 Hendley, Burdette (6) and Jecker. Hunter and Cannizzaro, Winner — Hendley (4-8). Loser- Hunter (1-2). HR-H. Aaron 2. Bowling LOGAN BOWLMOR American League ", Yankees |;.Red Sox > Senators 'White Sox ;Twins • Angels ;.'-Orioles • Indians '- Tigers Athletics W 7 7 6 6 5 5 2 1 1 0 Twins won 3 from Angels; Yank ees won 3 from Orioles; Senators won 3 from Indians; Red Sox won 4 from Tigers; White Sox won from Athletics. , 600 Series: Howard Goodricl 616 (194-244-178); Don Wise 602 (167-235-200). '--; 550 Series: P. Carrier 571, -C "•Miller 557, M, Delaney 555, D .Redin 551. ' 200 Games: M. Delaney 216 IP. Carrier 203-201, R. Russow 203 'K, Wllhalm 202. Cleveland Minnesota U>s Angeles New York Baltimore Detroit IWcago Kansas City Boston Washington Thursday's Probable Pitchers New York at Baltimore — Ford (34) vs. Barber (5-4) Boston at Cleveland,— Wilson (4-2) vs. Ramos (4 ; 3) Minnesota at Chicago (night) — Kralick (5-5) vs. Wynn (3-4) or- Buzhardt (6-7) Washington at Detroit — . Rudolph (2-2) vs. Banning (6-4) Los Angeles .at Kansas City (night) — Belinsky (6-2) vs. Segui (4-2) Friday's Games Mew York at Detroit, night Soston at Baltimore, 2, twinight Washington at Cleveland, night Kansas. City at Chicago, night Los Angeles at Minnesota, 2, twi- night Houston 104 000 310— 981 >an Fran 200 201 000— 592 Bruce, Stone. (1), MeMahon (7) and Ranew. Marichal, Miller, (7), Duffalo (9) and Haller. Winner- Stone (3-2). Loser — Miller (3-2). ffi — Mejias, Larker, Haller. Cincinnati 000 2H 000— 4 10 1 'ittsburgh Oil 030 OOx— 5 81 O'Toole, Klippstein (5), Dra- xwsky (6), Brosnan (8) and Edwards, Foiles (8). Law, Olivo (7), I'ace (9) and Leppert. Winner— aw (4-3). Loser — O'Toole (4-9). IR—Pinson, Lynch. (11 innings) It. Louis 000 100 210 01— 5 11 1 Los Ang 000 100 210 00— 4 11 1 Sadecfci Bauta (8), Shantz (8) and Oliver, Schaffer (9). Podres, Sherry, (7), Perranoski (9) and N. Sherry. Winner — Shantz !3-2). Loser — Perranoski (3-1) HR—N. Sherry. American League Vew York at Baltimore, >oned, rain post- Baseball Standings American League L. 25 W. 38 38 29 35 28 27. - 31 31 32 35 31 36 28 36 22 41 GB 32 33 30 Pet. .603 .567 .556 .542 .518 .492 .478 .453 .438 .34916 Mantle Will Play in Series With Tigers Los Angeles San Francisco Pittsburgh Cincinnati St. Louis Milwaukee Houston Philadelphia Chicago New York •> National League W. L. Pet. 47 24 44 26 38 29 36 35 33 30 By JOE DONNELLY United Press International BALTIMORE''(UPI) — An ad-' miltedly sub-par Mickey Mantle is returning to the lineup—which means manager Kalph Houk is taking the big gamble that could end in disaster or another New York Yankee pennant. Houk, plainly worried by -a. five- game losing streak that is the team's longest since the 1959 season, announced Wednesday night that the limping Mantle will be in right, field- — instead of his regular center field position — Friday night when. the Yankees- open a five-game series in Detroit. .He'll play right field until we're certain he's ready to play center field,", said Houk, adding that Roger Maris will continue as Mantle's center-field,fill-in. It was believed in some quarters -that Houk had received the "play Mantle", orders direct from General Manager Roy Hamey. How- big is Houk's gamble — or, in other words, how serious is the knee and thigh ailment that has sidelined Mantle since h i s right leg collapsed under him while running to first base in a 29 29 35 35 27. 25 17 .662 ... .629 21/4 .567 7 .554 8 • • .547 WA .485 12'/ 2 .462 14 .429 16 .373 20 47 .266 26'/2 36 Thursday's Probable Pitchers Chicago at Philadelphia (night) — Mahaffey (7-8) -vs. Ellsworth (4-9) (Only game scheduled) . Friday's Games Houston at New York, 2, twinight St. Louis at Phila. 2, twinight Chicago at Pittsburgh, night Cincinnati at Los Angeles, night Milwaukee at San Fran., night American Association W.L. Pet. GB Indianapolis ....3926.600 .. Omaha 33 31 .516 5% Denver 32 30 .516. 5V4 Louisville 31 32 .492 7 Oklahoma City ... 29 36 .44610 Dallas-Ft. Worth 2635.42611 Wednesday's Results Oklahoma City 8 Dallas-Ft. Worth 1 . . Indianapolis 12 Louisville 5 Denver 6 Omaha 3 v Thursday's Games Oklahoma City at Dallas-Fort Wor'lih (night) Indianapolis at Louisville (night) Denver at Omaha (night) ame against the Minnesota Twins on May 18? Nobody. knows. The Yankees, have always been very closemouthed about injuries, especial- y injuries to their big stars, louk ' made Wednesday night's announcement with his usual ap- omb but he could be whistl- ng past the graveyard. Mantle limself isn't much help-because ie tends to minimize his injuries and often has been restrained rom playing when he was not up to par. • "They said I can't hurt it anymore," said Mantle. "Sometimes you don't think you can play taut fou can't. -It's five weeks I've been out now. If it's gonna get well, t's well. I could spend the rest of the.year sitting but it wouldn't do no good." The exact nature of Mantle's ailment is not really clear. He ;ore a muscle in his right thigh when he fell on May 18 but now it appears to be his left knee which -is bothering him more than he thigh. The thigh injury isn't .ikely to be serious but if it's Mickey's left knee that's really iurtin' he could risk permanent injury by playing. Timrnons Pace Sox The Pepsi White Sox thumped the Schiff Cardinals 10-1 and the RBM Shamrocks rambled, past the Coca-Cola Dodgers 10-3 in a pair of Little League baseball games at Grain Field Wednesday night. Tlie White Sox were paced by the Timmons brothers. Dave pitched a 3-hitter and socked a triple. Brother Mike had N two singles to help bring in runs. Jo9 Baker got a triple and single to lead the Cards. The Shamrocks had extra base- ills in the second game. Bruce Jones, Doug Jones, Ron Reynolds and Steve Alberts each whacked a double while Rich Smith hit a triple and a double as the RBM won easily. Steve Keitzer hit a double anc single and Bob Pitman had two singles to lead the Dodgers. R H White Sox 10 5 Cardinals 1 3 D. Timmons and Tribbett; Dehaven G. Baker and X Baker. R H ! 10 9 3 10 Shamrocks Dodgers D.. Jones and L^azenby; Keit zer and Nelson. Cards, Braves Win Youth Loop Games TWELVE MILE - The Cards thumped the Yankees 12-4 and the Braves tripped the Tigers 9-5 in Youth League baseball games here Wednesday night. The'Cards were led by Barry Miller's triple and single while Dennis Moss had two singles and a double. Ross St'aller hit a triple for the Yanks. The Braves attack was led by Fred Seahase with two doubles, Bob Minthorn with a double and home run and a pair of triples by Ronnie Smith in the second tilt. R 12 4 H Cards Yankees Grandstaff and Hershberger; R. Staller,- G. Staller and Eikenberry. H 9 Braves Tigers' Minthorn, R. Smith and Eurit; W. Young and Monroe. $130,000 IN 'PURSES MONTICELLO, N. Y. (UPI)-A total of $130,000 in. purses will be offered during six nights of grand circuit harness racing at Monticello Raceway, July 9-14. Eighl feature raceo for 2 'and 3,-year olds, iopped by' the $70,000 Excel sior Stakes No. 1 for 3-year-olds will be presented Washington 000 020 300-t 5 10 0 Detroit 020 000 200— 460 Cheney, .Hannan (3), Hamilton (7), Burnside (7) and Schmidt. Mossi, Kline (7), Fox (8), Ni- strhwitz (9) and Roarke,-Brown (7). Winner — Hannan (l-2)Stx)s- er — Mossi (6-7). HR — Dash, Cottier, Hinton. . ' : •(First game) ' :'•' Boston , 300 OOO'OOOr-3 7 0 Cleveland 200 003 &lx— 6. '8 0 - Conley,' Barley (7), Kolstad (8) and Pagliaroni. Perry, Allen (8), Bell (8) and Edwards. Winner- Perry (6-33). Loser—Conley (6-7). HR—Geiger, Phillips, Held. (Second game) Boston 000 000 000— 051 Cleveland Oil 000 Olx— 361 Fornieles, Cisco (4), Barley (8) and Tillman. Latman (4-4) and Edwards. Loser—Fornieles (2-3). HR-«irkland, Kind'a-11. Minnesota 000000010—1101 Chicago 013.000 Olx— 562 Bbnikowski, Sadowski (3), Donohue (7) and.Battey, Zimmerman (8). 'Herbert (5-4) and Lollar. Loser—Bonikowski (5r7). Los Angeles 020 100 200— 570 Kansas City 000010000—1 71 Bowsfield, Botz (7) and, Rodger-s. Walker, McDevitt (6), Bass (9) and Azcue. Winner — Bowsfield (2-3). Loser - Walker (7-5). HR—'Rodgers, Wagner. Talk About Missing Links-Eastern Open : ; BALTIMORE (UPI) — The Pro- Sessional Golfers Association never has seen fit to divide -its tournament tour into major and • .minor classifications. •'.I But the $35,000 Eastern Open, :}vhich got underway today, sup, plied a sample of what the minor division might look like, if, and yhen, such a plan ever-is put '.into effect. . ; •". As first round play started at the Municipal Mount Pleasant course, no less than seven,of the nation's leading 10 money winners were missing. • On the absentee list were Arnold Palmer, Gene Littler, Jack iNicklaus, Sill-Casper, Gary Play- •*r, Dow Finsterwald and Billy Still another-late scratch was Art Wall. This left Doug Sanders, Phil Rodgers and Bob Nichols as the standout entries. Sanders, eighth leading money winner; won the Eastern Open last year when the tourney was held at the nearby Pine Ridge layout. Rodgers and Nichols-gained re spect when they finished just-two strokes behind 'Nicklaus anc Palmer at last week's' Nationa Open. Other contenders included Stan Leonard, George Bayer, Bill Col lins, Julius Boras, Bob Rosburg Ted Kroll, Gay Brewer, Bruce Crampton,: Lionel Hebert,' Doug Ford, Bo'b Goalby arid Free Hawkins. MIMIC—Washington's Jimmy Piersall mimics Tiger pitcher Don Mossi while leading off first base during the tiitst inning ot the Detroit- Washington game Wednesday. Trying to ignore Picrsall's antics are Tiger Norm Cash and umpire Bill McKinley: (UPI) LOP an Nips Warsaw, 8- 7. O -i The Logansport Falcons American Legion baseball team scored seven runs in the last two innings and then tallied,the winning score in the 10th frame to outlast Warsaw in a district game at Riverside Park Wednesday night, 8-7. The Falcons -trailed by four runs after the first thre.e innings and Warsaw pushed across two more in the top of the eighth inning before the locals could garner their first score in the bottom of the eighth. , . Logansport trailed 6-3 at the end of eight and Warsaw scored one more in the top of the ninth. In the bottom of the ninth Logansport dished four runs to knot the count at seven apiece. The triumph was the second,'in a row for the Falcon's 'after losses to Kokomo and South Bend. The ;winning run came with one out in the tenth when Charley McPherson reached first on an error and Rich McClure ithen blasted a long, double into deep right-center, field to bring McPherson' home all the way from ifirst to clinch-4he game. Eddie Maple and Jerry Robinson eaich had two hits to pace the ocals. • Logan will play at Anderson Saturday afternoon. -Warsaw 301,000,021,0—79 Logan 000,000,034,1—8 9 Phillips and! Bayne; McClure Bud Smith (3) and Robinson. Yanks Eliminating Other Americans in Wimbledon IXMDON '(UPI)' — American tennis stars, who haven't looked too impressive in the Wimbledon tune-up tournaments, are. eliminating 'their own teammates in the London grass, court championships. , ..-••-. Chuck McKinley of St.- Louis, Mo.,, turned back Donald Dell, of Bethesda, Md., 8-6, 7-9,^6-4,' and Jon Douglas of Santa Monica ; Calif.,- ousted" Chris Crawford of Piedmont, Calif;, ,6-4, 6-3, ,in fourth -round • matches 1 Wednesday^ Whitney,Reed,' the No., 1 U.S. player, from Alameda, Calif., and Frank .FroeMing'of CorarGables, Ha.-, were .eliminated by Australians. Martin Mulligan upset Reed, 6-3, 7-5, and Neale-Fraser elimi- nated Froehling, 6-4, 6-3. Three Yank lassies — Carol laldwel! of Santa Monica, Calif Gwyneth Thomas -of Shake Heights,.Ohio, and Nancy Rictie of Dallas, Tex.. — reached th fourth round of the women's sin Ics. Miss CaldweE surprised Britis Wightman -Cupper Deidre Catt 6-2, 6-3; Miss Thomas disposet of Jean Forbes of South Afric 6-4, 8-1, and Miss Richey downe Anna Dmitrieva '.of Russia, 66-4. ' ' Mental illness is known to. b an important '. factor in causin many physical illnesses. World Series Of Golf Set For Akron Course AKRON, Ohio (UPI) - An un- ecedented "World Series of olf," in which only four players 11 compete and the winner .11 receive-$50,000, will be staged the Firestone Country Club urse here, Sept. 8 and 9, it was nounced today. The unique event will pit Jack cklaus, recently crowned U. S. >en champion; Arnold Palm- the 1962 Masters' champion; e British Open titlist and the •A champion against each her for two rounds at stroke ay. Nicklaus became eligible by inning the U. S. Open at Oak- ont, Pa., last Sunday and Palm- was chosen .for winning the asters at Augusta, Ga., last pril. If one golfer wins more than ne championship, that is to say either Nicklaus or Palmer wins e British Open or PGA, substi- te players will be named by e PGA, which will supervise ay. The first place prize af $50,000 mounts to the largest single ivard ever offered in profession- golf competition. In addition to that plum, the 36- ole two-day event will guarantee 5,000 to the runnerup and at ast $5,000 each to the third and urth-place finishers. There is a ossibility that the third-place fin- may receive $10,000. That means $75,000 for sure, nd possibly $80,000, will be warded at the tough but famed restone course, which was the te of the 1960 PGA champion- lip and which will also be the te of the second $50,000 Ameri an golf classic, Aug. 6-12. With Nicklaus and -Palmer al- eady in the select field of four, ie next qualifier for the "Work eries" will come from the Brith Open, scheduled to be helc ver the Troon course in Scot- and, July 9-13. The final berth will .go to the inner of the PGA championship uly 19-22 at Aroniminfc Country lub in Newton Square, Pa. DOUBLES DIME DOZEN IN MINOR LEAGUE Doubles were a dime a dozen s timely hitting red-hot action marked play in the Minor League aseball divisions of summer rec eation at two Logansport park' Wednesday. In. the older boys division' a 'ower park the White Sox nickec ie Indians 11-8 as John Pelrie ot two singles, Bruce Moore am ohn Baublit a double each. Dan y Vitello hit a double for ih idians. At Fairview park ib -ards tripped the Senators 11-7 s Bob Bines whacked threi oubles and Jim Conrad added a air of two-baggers for the win ers. Harold Locke led the losers r ith two home runs and a triple In the division for boys 9 anc nder at Tower park the Giant jeat the Mets 9-5 as John Russow nd Mike Long each walloped •iple. Dave Adams hit a double nd Fred Hinkle a single to ac ount for the losers hits. At Fair iew park the Colts skimmed pas ie Twin 5-4. The winners hac iree singles,- one each by Cur iaury, Dana Gilium and Bol Irabtree while the losers hac ingles by Randy Kitchell and ary Newport. OLDER BOYS DIVISION R H ] Miile Sox 11 6 ndians 9 5 B. Moore, Scagnoli, D. Moor nd Petrie; Dunlap, Vitello anc chroder. - . R H :ards 11 7 1 ienators 7 7 Johnson, Klinck, Loy and Shaff lines, Johnson; Dodrill and Wat ins. BOYS 9 AND UNDER R H E Hants 9 4 Mets 5 2 lussow and Long; Hinkle anc R H E 5 3 42 Reynolds, Packard and Thorn on; Newport, Wise and Gordon Irover, Kitchell. Colts Twins WALTON SIGNS CONTRACT NEW YORK (UPI)-The Ne York Giants have signed end Jo Walton to a 1962 National Foo Dall League contract. Walton, 5-year-veteran, was obtained from the Washington Redskins befor last season. ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. IN 3 DAYS. If not pleased with strong, stant-drying T-4-L, your 48c bac at any drug store. Watch infec ed skin slough off. Watch health skin replace it. Itch and burnin are gone. TODAY'at Porter Dru Store. , Rambling At Random Press agents for Dick Nelher- itt, Bob Buck, Dan Keller, Ken te, Dick Edwards, Jack Hcrron nd several other top-flight golf's in Logansport have come up me in the last 24 hours asking r equal space after I stated uesday that Frank Henry had een. named by many as the man beat in the city and county olf tournaments. "When you start mentioning uys to beat in those tournaments, on't forget my boy," was almost e unanimous approach. * * * Even Bob "Two-Iron" Ross, ack shop whiz at the Pharos, x>ked at me Wednesday morning little strangely. Now all I said was that Henry as the man most mentioned by lose we talked to as to who ould be the toughest to beat hen these tournaments came up. nd I'd almost bet that if I asked very golfer who will be in the lampionship flight in these fleets, "Who do you think has to e considered championship cali- er in the city and county tournaments?", almost to the man Heny would be mentioned. * * # Now if you think I'm putting a ot of pressure on Henry with lose statements, you're right, ut Frank can stand it. And be- ides, he took a dollar from me esterday. That'll teach him. * * * It seems we have a sporting .vorld celebrity in our midst. Highland Sand Julienne, a three- ear-old miniature poodle, ownec y Mrs. Ann Stout of Rockfield nd Mrs. Emma Erb. of rura oute 1, Logansport, recently won ie Best Adult Dog in Match ai lafayette's All-Breed Sanction rtatch. There were 189 dogs in the ield. This was Julienne's first ap- jearance in conformation compe ition since winning a challenge certificate in Germany in Octo her of 1960. The local poodle has been high y mentioned in Europe as one o he outstanding show dogs. Sb was mentioned in England's fore most dog publication, "The Eng lish Dog World." She is trained and handled ex lusively by Mrs. Stout. * * * Dave Mills and Nate Adams o Purdue University have been named to the NCAA All-American rack team. Mills was third, in the recen VCAA 440-yard dash and Adams was third in the 220. * * * The Nith annual Riverside Park Outside Basketball Tournamen ;ill be held here July 16 througl 9 and plans are progressing foi ie event. Anyone interested in entering a earn can contact Jake Timmon it 5541, 827-20th Street. * * * The Logansport American Le gion baseball team is on lop o he heap in the district standings ollowing the win over Warsaw Wednesday night. It was War- aw's first loss in four games and x>gan is now 2-0 in district play ollowing opening non-district osses to South Bend and Kokonio. Coach Bob Hunter says Tom Gaby will do'the pitching Saturday at Anderson in a non-district contest. * * * We hope Jimmy Piersall antics jn the baseball diamonds across he American League as he has his week in Detroit. Complaints have been numerous n recent years that baseball has ost a lot of color. Jim is one of he few left who can add a little o the game. And forget about thinking ot ?iersall as a "nut". That's just he way he is. And we doubt if it las anything to do with his nervous breakdown of several yearji None of (fie Logansport high school golfers entered the Indiana Funior golf championships at Pur. due this week. Most of them were cither working or going to summer school. We understand that the Purdue South course was sharpened up [or the event. DICK WATTS IRISH STARS GET i LOST I'N CANADA BUFFALO, N.Y. (UPI) - Th» ease of the three missing' All- America football players was solved today. Notre Dame standouts tackle Joe Carollo, guard Nick Buoniconti and halfback Angelo Dabiero turned up late Wednesday afternoon at the East practice field for the All-America Bowl football game here June 29th. "We took a couple wrong turns up in Canada," the tiio told worried East coaches and loam- mates. The three had left South' Bend, Ind., several days ago for Buffalo via Canada. They should have arrived Tuesday. The other 58 AU-Amerkan college football stars had their first workout Wednesday and also their first full-dress group session with photographers. North Caston Drops Washington Squad FULTON-North Caston nosed out the Washington Tp. Hatchets in a non-league game here Wednesday night 8-6 as each team collected five hits. The Hatchets were led by Richard Razer with a double and single and Doug White with two singles. North Caston was paced by Zabst with a double and single. R H E North Caston 853 Wash, Tp. « 5 3 Willis and Million; Martin, Cabiness, McNulty and McNulty, White. New York To Gel- Olympic Trials NEW YORK (UPI) — An estimated 2,000 athletes will compete n at least 16 sports during the 1964 U. S. Olympic tryouts to be co-hosted by New York City and the 1964-85 World's Fair Commit- 20. It will mark the first time that official tryouls will be conducted n one area, according to U. S. Jlympic Committee President Kenneth L.- (Tug) Wilson, who revealed that the committee has been guaranteed ?350,000 to help defray costs of the trials. The only trials not definiately scheduled for New York are in :racfc, yachting, shooting and the modern pentathlon and Wilson said there is strong sentiment to COMING THIS SATURDAY The I Logan Bowlmors I GRAND OPENING Watch Friday's Paper For The Full Details schedule the track tryouts for the New York area, loo. The yachting is expected to be held on the West, the shooting at Fort Benning, Ga., and the pentathlon at Fort Sam Houston, Tex. "The New York Fair and its unprecedented facilities for handling huge crowds will make it possible for a greater number of people than ever before to witness the 1984 tryouts for the Olympiad in Japan," said Wilson, who added that the track and field committee wll decida this weekend in Walnut, Calif., whether to hold the track tryouts in New York. WIRE WAUL 6 FT. POOl 15 Inches Deep onlv $9.99 SFOBTIAND TOYS W* Civ* Top Voki* Stampt SIS t. Broadway Phon* 2310

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