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Ten Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Friday Evening, June 22, 1962. Angels Move Into Second Place In AL Belinsky Whips Kansas City,3-T Bo (live a little) Belinsky was • in trouble again Thursday night .but came out smelling like Chanel No.. 5. The rollicking, fun-loving left iiander sweated plenty through the first six innings against the Kansas City A's. Over the last three, though, he looked like Lefty Grove as he won his first game in more than a month and pitched the Los Angeles Angels into second place in the American League with a 3-1 • victory. '. Frankly, the irrepressible Belinsky was beginning to get a lit- 'tie apprehensive himself before • Thursday night's contest. Not so much because of his after-hours • escapades but because 'he had failed to finish six straight times and hadn't; won a game ''since May 20. .' ' He gave manager^ Bill Rigney ,a.few thrills by .putting 13 •KG "runners on base durin;.; the first , six innings Thursday night. Fortunately for Bo! only one of them scored. . . . . Finished With Flourish • Belinsky settled down nicely, however, and retired the last nine batters with ease, finishing •with a flourish by striking out Norm Siebern to end the game • and nail down his seventh victory compared with two defeats. Bo, who accepted congratulatory handshakes all around after the final out, struck out six and . walked the same number. The Angels gave him a two-run stake in the first inning on Albie Pearson's single, Billy Moran's double and Lee Thomas' infield Boston 000201000—3 70 Cleveland 000 091 000- 130 Wilson, Radatz {6) and Pagli- aroni. Ramos, Funk (7) and .Romano. Winner •— Wilson (5-2). Loser—Ramos (4-4). HR-<Hardy. Baseball Standings By United Press International National League W. L. Pet. GB Los Angeles 47 24 .662 ... San Francisco 44 26 .629 2)4 Pittsburgh 38 29 .567 7 Cincinnati 36 29 .554 8 St. Louis 35 29 .547 8'/£ Milwaukee 33 35 .485 12% Houston 30 35 .462 14 Philadelphia 28 36 .438 15V4 . Chicago 25 43 .368 Wi New York 17 47 .266 2854 Friday's Probable Pitcher Houston at New York (2, .twi- night) — Farrell (5-6) and Golden (3-4) vs. Jackson (3-8) and Miller (0-4). . St. Louis at Philadelphia (2, twi-night) — Jackson (5-7) and "Broglio (2-2) vs. Brown (0-5) and Owens (1-2). /'.'.•' .'.'•' Chicago at '''Pittsburgh (night)— Anderson. (1-4) vs.'.'.Gibbon. (1-1). Cincinnati .at L o s. Angeles (night) — Purkey (12-1). vs. Koufax (10-2). , ..,.'..•' Milwaukee at San Francisco (night) — Burdette (54) vs. San' ford-'(6-8). .• .'•,"..' • • Saturday's Games Houston at New York : '..'••';•. ' St. Louis at'Philadelphia Chicago at Pittsburgh. • Cincinnati at Los' Angeles, night Milwaukee at San Francisco Americait League . W. L. Pet; GB Cleveland 38 26. .5W .... ' Los Angeles ' • 36. 28 .563 2 . Minnesota 38 30 .559 2 New York 33 27 '.550 3 • Baltimore 33 32 .508 .5'A Detroi 31 31 .500 8 Chicago ' 33 ,35 .485 7' ' Kansas City . 31 37 .456 » ' Boston . 29 36 .446 W 3 Washington' .22 42 .344 16 • Friday's Probable Pitchers . Boston at Baltimore (2, t w,i night) —. Schwall (2-8) and De• lock (2-0) vs. Pappas (7-3) and . Roberts <2-2). Los Angeles at Minnesota (2, • twi-night).— Chance .(5-3) and Lee (5-3) vs. Maranda (0-0) and • Pascual (9-4). New York, at-Detroit (night) — ' Stafford (6-4) vs. Aguirre (4-2). Washington at Cleveland (night) — Daniels (1-8) vs. Donovan (10.2). Kansas City at Chicago (night) — Pfister (0-5) vs. Horlen (5-5). Saturday's Games New York at Dei, 2, day-night . Boston at Baltimore Washington at Cleveland ., Kansas City at Chicago Los Angeles at Minnesota American Association W.L. Pctgb Indianapolis ....3927.591 .. Omaha 34 31 .523 4' Denver ...3231.5085% •Louisville 3232.500 6 Oklahoma City ... 30 36 .455 9 Dallas-Ft. Worth 26 36 .41811 Thursday's Results •; Oklahoma City, 5 Dallas -^Fort Worth 2 ; : .. - . -. _ Louisville 3 Indianapolis,2 (12 i nings) .:.. .-. . Omaha 4 Denver 1 Friday's Games . Oklahoma City at Dallas - Fort Worth (night) Indianapolis at Louisville (night) fianver at Omaha (night) ~ Washington 001 101 000— 3 W 2 Detroit 000 012 30x—. 6 10 1 Budolph, Kutyna '(6), Hamilton (7), Rippelmeyer (7) and Retzer. Sunning, Fox (7) arid Roarke. Winner — Fox (1-0). Loser—Kutyna (3-6). HR — Hinton, Bright, Roarke, Cash. Merchants, Legion Have Two Weekend Tilts out; Felix Torres added another run with a second inning homer. Kansas City's only run off Belinsky came in the fifth when Gino Cimoli walked, moved up on an infield out and came home on Ed Charles' single, one of the seven hits Bo allowed. ( The Chicago White Sox dropped the Minnesota. Twins into third place with a 6-2 victory, the Boston Red Sox beat the first-place Cleveland Indians, 3-1, the:Detroit Tigers downed the Washington Senators, 6-3, and the 'New, York Yankees ended a five-game backslide with a 3-0 win over the Baltimore Orioles. The Philadelphia Phillies shutout the Chicago Cubs, 3-0, in the only National League game scheduled. Major League Results ,, .-•'• '. By United Press International ' .American League ,;] New York .•'..'Oil 001 000—'.'3 9 0 Baltimore 000 000 000— 0. 3 0 Ford, Bridges (9) and Howard, Artier, Hall; (7), Stock >(8);,iind: L,andrith, La'u (8). Winner—Fbr$ (4-4). Loser — Barber (5-5). HR— Skowron. Both the 'Logansport Merchants and'the .Logansport Falcons will play two • contests -this weekend. The ^Merchants, members of the Central Indiana Baseball League, will travel to Kokomo tonight for a league encounter and return home • Sunday to '.face Anderson at Riverside Park. The*'American Legion team takes . on •• Anderson Saturday arid then faces Peru here at Riverside Park Sunday. Manager 'Jack Steihman said Friday he is in hopes that, there will be a'large crowd on hand Sunday when the Merchants'will be : seeking their "second win of the season:" To date the Merchants have yet to win a contest but Steinman said, "We'll , get that first one tonight at Kokomo." The Merchants dropped an 8-6 decision to the Kokomo nine in jogansport .earlier, in the season and Steinmaif'says his club is out 1 : pr revenge;---' ' '-•• • >^';.Tom Season"; 'will . be 'on .-the mound for^ the locals rat .Kokorno ^rid Steinman;; .said Bob .Linzey. vvill have/, the -pitching chores against Anderson. , ..'..'.•-:.v ' Logan has'ilost to •- kokom,6;/.<8-S, iBfayette, 1*7; New Castle,"7-5, Lafayette again, 6-3, and Muncie, Minnesota 020 000 000— 252 Chicago 400 010 Olx— 6 12 1 Kralick, Stange (5), Stigman (7) and Battey. Buzhardt, Fisher (2) and Carreon. Winner—Fisher (3-3). Loser—Kralick (5-6). Los Angeles 210 000 000— 390 Kansas City 000 010 000— 170 BeKnsky (7-2) and Rodgers. 3egui, Bass (3), Fisher (7), Tones (9) and Sullivan. Loser — Segui (4-3). HR—Torres. National League Chicago 000 000 000- 0 5 1 Phiia 001 010 Olx— 371 Ellsworth, Sehulte (7), Elston (8) and Thacker. MahaPfey (8-8) and -White. Loser — Ellsworth (4-10), (only game' scheduled) SOLONS, ANGELS, TWINS WIN TILTS Plenty'of action took, place in he. osummtir ' recreation Minor league basjball prbgrarn Thursday, the lone game in the older joys division going .two extra : rames before'the Seriators nicked ;he Cubs 10-8, Vffhile-the. younger boys came up with- one-run de- cicisions as the: Angels nipped the Dodgers 4-3 and the .Twins squeezed past the Braves 13-12. In the older boys game at Tower park the contest'went ;eight innings before Harold. Locke : ended t with a towering home run over :he center field fence with a mate on base.. He .also had two' singles while Harold Phillips had a double and single and Jerry' Phillips produced a triple, and single for the winners,. The losing Cubs ..'were led by Joe Means with; three; singles, Joe Peridleton and Bill Burgman with, two singles each and Ron Bennett with a 1. double and single. " .'.'. .,,_ .-.,,'..- . ' In'the 9 years- and under group game. at. Tower the!-;Angels''''-were led by, Jim Shirih with a ':homer and triple, Ricky Young and Robert Rothgeb euch with a double. The Dodgers w.ere paced by Tom Maughmer's homer and a double by Don O'Hara. At Fairview park the Twins won in the last inning as Don Wise/.clouted a-triple to get the winning run home. Brad Grover had a double and Dave Arnold a single for the other hits by the winners. The Braves were led by Don Klotz and Jerry Goltry, each with 'a double, and Eddie Johnson with a single. Summary:. v OLDER BOYS DIVISION R H E Senators 10 10 2 Cubs 8 11 4 J. Phillips, Dpdrill 'H. Phillips and H. Phillips, J. Phillips; 3. Burkhart and Bennett, Pendleton. BOYS 9 AND UNDER B H E Angels' •• 444 Dodgers 32 Kothgeb, B. Shinn and B'aublitt; L. Reutebuch,' Beeler and Maughmer. . R H E Twins 13 3 9 Braves •' 12 3 8 Newport, Grover, Wise, Hughes, Johnson and Wise, Hatter, Hitch/ ell; Nathan, Goltry, Flory, Klptz, D. Johnson and E. Johnson. ARROWS RUN WIN STRING, TO TEN IN TIPWA LLB WALTON — The' Arrows won :heir tenth consecutive game in Tipwa Little League play here Thursday night to assume a strong lead for the loop titlr« They beat the. Apaches 19-2 as Randy Hammond pitched.a 3-hitter and helped his own cause with a home run and double. Also aiding the Arrows drive was Brad Turner with a double and two singles andi Harold Mofield who had a double. The Apaches got three doubles ,one each by Dick Price, Mike Strauch and Mike Ward. In the preliminary contest the Shamrocks nosed out the Hawks in a thriller 13 to 12. R H E Arrows 19 8 0 Apaches ' 234 Hammond and Reinke, Turner; Strauch, W. Propes and Bryan, Strauch. 7-6,. in .11 innings.- A break here- or, there- could have turned the tide in the Merchants favor in all but the first Lafayette game. '' "We're bound to come out of it sooner or later," said Steinman, "we're a better team than our record." - '•- ' . The Legion team faces two non- district teams 'in Anderson' and Peru. The Falcons haven't'won a game outside the district, losing to Kokomo and South Bend 50, but are'undefeated, in district -play with'wins'over Delphi and Warsaw. ''•.,•'. Coach Bob Hunter/said' he will start John Conrad against Anderson and Tom''Gaby would throw in the Peru contest. Hunter seemed optimistic about :he Falcons chances against Anderson. When reminded that the Anderson "team-is -made up mostly -of the- players 5 that'; composed Anderson; High School's North Central .'Conference ^championship team Hunter sta|ecl, "Yes, I know, but;, we've .improved si, lot since the:, start of...the season and I Blink we've got : a good chance." 'The Anderson "Indians nipped the Logansport Berries by one run in high school baseball this past spring. • Logansport will return to district play Wednesday with an important engagement with Winamac. RAY'S, KEYSTONES GAI NIL VICTORIES Ray's Indians tripped the David Orioles 7-2 and the Pennsy Keystones hailed the Whitehouse Yanks 4-2 in a pair" of Little league baseball games at Grain Field Thursday night.. Mark Edwards..pitched the vie- ,ory for the Indians .in the opener, whiffing ten batters. He and Bob Newman each hit a double. Rick Sweet ha4 two singles to lead he Orioles. The Keystones were led to vic- ,ory 'in the second contest. by iarry Bruck who hit a triple and single to back up the 4-hit pitch- ng of George Knox. Frank Gaby, Yanks hurler, whiffed seven of ;he winners. • Summary: R H E Indians 741 Orioles 254 M. Edwards and Newman; Gas- aldi and Underly. R H E Keystones 472 Yanks 243 Knox and Nicoles; Gaby and Paul. STATE FftBMl RATES STAY LOW FOR INDIANA DRIVERS Check State Farm's low rates on car insurance! No increase— thanks to the State Farm concept of low rates for careful drivers. And, discounts for 2 or more cars and for compact cars mean added savings!for many Indiana poljcyholders. No wonder people insure more cars with State Farm than with anyone else! Call now! Harry "But!" Watts 320 W. Market St. Diol4420 STATE FARM. Mutual Automobllt Insurance Co. Home Office: , IH. NFO Meeting Set AtBoswellJune23 V. E. Kossiter Sr., past president of the Independent Bankers Association and Oren Lee Staley, president of the National Farmers Organization, will be the guest speakers at a program sponsored by the Benton County National Farmers Organization on Saturday, June .23 at 8 p.m. at the Renton county .Fairgrounds in Boswell. The purpose of the meeting is to acquaint farmers with the NFO's program for collective bargaining for agriculture. Urge Civil Rights INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - A Negro delegate to the Democratic state convention warned during a caucus session Thursday night that if the party .platform did not have a strong civil rights plank, a protest demonstration would be staged. The warning came from Edward James, Gary, who said the civil rights stand of the Republican State Convention was "a joke." DOUBLE WINNER CLEVELAND (UPI) - Emil Levsen of the Cleveland Indians was the last man to pitch two complete games and .win them both in the majors, .accomplishing the feat on Aug. 28, 1926. Tocco Twirls One-Hitter in Babe Ruth The Pepsi Cola Ked Sox trimmed the Knin Dodgers 7-3 and the Elks Cub blanked the FOP Giants 14-0 in a pair of, Babe Ruth league baseball games at Riverside park diamond Thursday night. The Red Sox won the opener with a strong rally in the late inning as Jim Jensen hit a triple and Don Schroder got a double. Mike Hunter hurled the victory for the Red Sox, Mike Tocco pitched a sparkling one-hitter in the nightcap as the Cubs thumped the Giants and •teammate Ronnie Holcomb blast-. ed a home run while Mike Wood added a double. Rich Schubach got a double for the Giants only hit. Dodgers 011,010—3 6 3 Red Sox 010,303—7 11 3 Pankow and Adams; Hunter and, D. While, Cubs 445,01—14 4 0 Giants 000,00- 0 1 5 Tocco and McLochlin; Weimer and Cook, Faulk,Whitworth Lead In McAuliffe Tourney PLAINFIELD, N.J. (UPI) Mary Lena Faulk and Kathy Whitworth led the way into the second round of the $8,000 J. E. McAuliffe Memorial Women's professional golf tournament today, Miss Faulk, third biggest money winner in women's pro golf last year.i and Miss Whitworth, a rising star from Jal, N.M., each fired a orie-under-par 72 .Thursday to share the lead in the 72- hole tournament at the Plainfield Country Club. JOCKEY WINS FIVE STANTON, Del. (UPI)-Ronnie Ferraro, the leading apprentice jockey in the nation and bidding for the national .championship, rode five winners at Delaware Park Thursday, His List (hree came consecutively, in the seventh, eighth and ninth races. BRUTON EXPECTED BACK DETROIT (UPI) - Centerfield- er Billy Bruton was expected to be back in the Detroit Tigers lineup tonight after an 11-day layoff. Bruto, suffered a pulled leg muscle in Baltimore June 10. McKinley in Tennis Semis LONDON (UPI) - Chuck McKinley, rubber-legged Davis Cupper from St. Louis, Mo., was bidding for revenge when he met Australia's Rod Laver today in the semi-finals of the London grass courts tennis championships, Laver was a slight favorite on the strength of his victory over McKinley in their Wimbledon title match last year. Today's other men's semi-final pitted Roy Emerson of Australia against Pierre Darmon of France. •In tKe women's semi-finals, Carole Caldwell of Santa Monica, Calif., who will be 19 Sunday, plays Lorna Cawt'horn of Britain and Christine Truman faces Rita Bentley in an all-British match. McKinley was at the top of his game Thursday in whipping former Wimbledon champ Neale Fraser of Australia, 6-2, 7-5. Emerson continued his advance when Jon Douglas of Santa Monica, Calif., withdrew from their quarterfinal match because of blisters of his feet. Saddle Club at Youniji Atnerica Holds Winner Roost YOUK3 AMERICA - The Young i ! ,merii:a Saddle Club met recently at ';ic Young America Commui.ity Park for a wiener roast. Thirty members attended. A report -vas given on Ilia Horse Slow to be held at Burlington on ..'uly <! The show will begin will: a pnrade at noon. Ten events I'.ive ;een included in the progran'. Priies will be awarded. WEST I BUFf Bill Var lost to All-Amc June 2£ knee ii workoul Mickey .DSEii PLAYER ViLO, N.Y. (UPD-Center 1 Burin of Iowa has been lie West squad for the nca !ootball game here , Van Buren suffered a .jury during Thursday's and will be replaced by of Nebraska. LOLLAlil DI!i CHICAGO go Whi.n So:s an catder ,'! disables lisf thumb 'eals Lollai suff<! right IS nmb a pitch-J bt; ABLED UPI) - The Chica- have placed veler- herm Lollar on the while his broken red the injury on his when he was hit by ,1 during Wednesday night's .[arnci against Minnesota. Eight Left In NCAA DURHAM, N.C. (DPI) - Only eight collegiate golfers remain in the running going into the quarterfinals of ihe NCAA individual championship on the Duke University course today. Three of the eight, survivors of a 220-man field, are from team champion Houston — medalist Kermit Zarley, All-American Ho- raereo Blancas and Mark Hopkins. The eight quarter-finalists will play 18 holes over the rugged Duke layout in the morning before slicing the field in half for the semi-finals in the afternoon. In the upper bracket! pairings, Zarley, a 20-year-old junior from Yakima, Wash., meets Jim •Ewing of Southern California. Za'iiey downed Ken Folkes of Wake forest,' the last Atlantic Coast Conference man in the 'tourney, 2 and 1 in third round play Thursday. Ewing knocked out Bill Munn of Texas 5 and 4. North Texas State's Don Wilson will face off against teammate Bill Garrett. Wilson downed Howell Fraser of Louisiana State 2 and 1 while Garrett trimmed George Creagh of Vanderbilt 3 and 1 in third round play. Ali-American Homero Blancas, No. 1 man on the Houston squad, tangles with Lesfereill of Louisville in a lower bracket match. Newest way to enjoy Big D DREWRYS BEER Now in new, compact, handy glass cans! no deposit—no return Drewrys is the beer that's never too heavy-never too light-always just right! More Flavor... 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