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PAGE SIX THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS. LOGANSPORT. INDIANA SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 1962 Kentucky All Stars Nip Indiana 70 68 12-PointHoosierlead Erased In Late Surge • INDIANAPOLIS (AP) _ Davel The split in the 1962 series left Cosby of Louisville Seneca sank, Indiana lending 21-8 in games a 12-foot jump shot with four.won since the all-star encounters seconds left on the clock to top began in 1940. Kentucky, how- off an explosive second half come, ever, has taken six of the twelve back and give Kentucky a .70-68 games since 1957. victory over Indiana Saturday night. • Cosby led Kentucky with 21 points, 12 of them in the second half as the Blue Grass I rum' fought back from a 12-point intermission deficit. A crowd of 14,719 watched the game in sweltering June heat and humidity at Butler Fieldhquse. Indiana's fast break helped it to a 3!j-25 lead at one point in the first half after Kentucky's reserves had replaced the starting Cosby scored the last three. f f ve - Bllt tlle Kentucky defense baskets for Kentucky, including the goal that lied the game at tightened the second half while Hoosier accuracy from the field subsided. with two minutes left. The Kentuckians regained the] Li S° n followed Humes in'Indi- ball and called time out with ana scoring with 13 points. No 1:48 to go. They went into a deliberate stall until 17 seconds remained and called time again. one else was in double figures. No "Star of Stars" award was presented Saturday night for the Then Cosby hit the winning shot fi . rst time in the 22-year-old se- from the left corner. I r ' es ' The award was banned oy Indiana called time with one, a rulin 8 °( the National Collegi- second left, but Larry .Humes of ale Athletic Association which Madison missed the Hoosiers' final try. Humes topped the Indiana scor- KENTUCKY ing with 19 points. Conley The Kentucky comeback spoiled Gibson sanctions post - graduation high school all-star games. Indiana's try for its first, two- Hunter game sweep of the annual series r os |j v since 1958. The Hoosiers won last Saturday at Louisville, 88-82. Indiana spurted to a 43-31 halftime lead, opening as much as a 14-point margin at one point, before Cosby, Paul Long of Louisville Waggener and Larry Conley of Ashland launched the second half rally. Cosby, Long and Conley had 32 of Kentucky's 39 points in the second half. Long backed Cosby with 15 for the game and Conley netted 14. Pressing and picking off Indiana passes seemingly at random, the Kentucky all-stars overhauled the Hoosiers with 10:35 left on a bucket by Long. A free throw by Humes tied the score again at Two field goals by Humes and one each by Jim Crone of Connersville and Fred Fleetwood of Southport catapulted Indiana back in front, 64-59. Five Kentucky free throws in the next four minutes helped slice the edge to 64-66 and Cosby knotted the score again with a set shot with 5:05 showing on the clock. Kokomo's 6-fool-7 Jim (Goose) Ligon drove' the length of the floor and laid the ball in for a 68-66 lead, the Hoosiers' last com. mand. Cosby tied the game a few seconds .afterwards and capped Kentucky's cat-and-mouse . game with the deciding goal two minutes later. G F 5 4-5 2 1-1 1 1-1 10 1-3 3-4 0-0 0-0 4-6 Long Smith Calverl Cassidy Castle Petrie Judy Totals INDIANA Humes Greiger Ligon Miles Kron Ellis Schellhase Wilson Fleetwood Crone O'Neal Willelt Totals Kentucky . . Indiana 43 25—«8 A—14,719 (i 2 1 1 (I 0-1 0 0-0 0 0-0 28 14-21 15 G F P 7 5-10 2 0-2 • 7 1-2 2 0-1 2 0-0 2 2-2 2 0-0 0 0-1 3 0-0 2 0-2 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 6 4 2 0 30 8-18 15 68 31 39—7!) Micro-Midget Races Delayed By Showers The scheduled racing program for Micro-Midget cars at the Lake Cicott track west of Logansport Saurday night was rained out. Racing will .be conducted tonight with qualifications at 7 o'clock and the first race event at 8 p.m. It has been announced that the , Micro J Midgels will race at the ' Pulaski county fair on August 2, Ford's Lead In Eastern Is Shaved To 3 Strokes . BALTIMORE (AP)-Doug Ford fought a losing battle with par in his third round Saturday and had Ms lead halved to three strokes in the $35,000 Eastern Open Golf tournament. While Ford was struggling one stroke over par 72, a Maryland faavorite, Charles Bassler, made big move to runner-up with a 68. Ford, who had knocked 10 strokes off Mount Pleasant's par in his first 36 holes, goes into Sunday's final round with a total of 207 to Bassler's 210. Bassler, the same 39 year age as Ford, had started the third ford eight shots behind. A trio of other golfers had been half a dozen back of Ford. Ford, a New Yorker since youth, could sink only one birdie and that was on the first hole with a 20-foot putt. At the fourth and fifth holes he ran into bogey 5s by three putting and missing the green. All the rest of ihe way Ford had to fight to even salvage pars in what he called a gruelling day. Four times he sank putts of 10 feet to avoid more bogeys. Meanwhile, the lanky Bassler was reeling off five birdies and only one bogey at the next to last hole. Bassler, a Maryland Open champ six times and five-time winner of the Middle Atlantic PGA, took only 31 putts. The only green he missed was the 201-yard 17th where he took his bogey 4. Bob Goalby of Perdido Bay, Fla., joined Bassler in taking advantage of Ford's fade, Goalby turned in a 67 for a 211 total to hold third place. HUMES SCORES—Larry Humes, Indiana's No. 1 All-Star eager, is seen hooking in a field goal ovcr Kentucky's Paul Long during first half action at Butler Fieldhouse in Indianapolis Saturday night. Humes got 19 points but it wasn't enough, He missed his final try and Kentucky won 70-68 after a furious last half drive. UPI TELEPHOTO GoldsmithWins Over Ward In Stock Car Race MOSPORT, Ontario (AP)—Paul Goldsmith of Ste. Clair Shores, Mich., won the Pelersborough invitational stock car race at Mos- port Raceway Saturday. Goldsmith, last year's States Stock Car Champion, won the event by less than two seconds over Rodger Ward of Indianapolis, who won this year's 500- mile classic at Indianapolis. Goldsmith, driving a 1962 Pontiac, won the first heat by more than six seconds over Ward's time. In the second heat Ward won by 1 4-5 seconds over Goldsmith but lost in the final tabulations by 1 4-5 seconds. Ward was also driving a 19G2 Pontiac. The second heat was a close affair. Ward held the lead until the 35th lap when he made a pit stop. He again took over the lead three laps later when Goldsmith made a pit stop, but the turning point in the event came as Ward's mechanics took six seconds longer to refuel the car than Goldsmith's. Halberg Wins 3-Mile Race WALNUT, Calif. (AP)-World record holder Murray Halberg of New Zealand captured the 3-mile run Saturday night by a comfortable margin as the National AAU BALTIMORE round leaders in ern Open: Doug Ford Charles Bassler Bob Goalby Tony Lema Charles Sifford Juan Rodriguez Bobby Nichols Ted Kroll Moon Mullins Howie Johnson I Jim Ferree (AP) - Third the $35,000 East- 69-65-73—207 70-72-68—210 71-73-67—211 75-67-70—212 70-72-70—212 73-70-69—212 70-70-73—213 72-74-67—213 70-72-72—214 73-67-74—214 73-70-71—214 Aluminum Awnings • WINDOW • CARPORT • DOOR • BOAT PORT Aluminum and Wrought Iron RAILING AND POSTS PHONE 3666 FOR FREE ESTIMATES Softball OLD TIMERS WIN The Logansport Old Timers won an exhibition soFtball game Friday night over Royal Center 9-1, scoring seven runs in the sixth inning to break up a close contest. Tom Overpeck led the Old Timers with two hits. Jim Conn walloped a homer for Royal Center's only tally. The Old Timers play Harold's Tree Trimmers in a league contest at Fail-view Monday night at 8 o'clock. Summary: R H E Old Timers 9 70 Royal Center 1 4 1 R. Murphy and Simons; Jones, Conn and Robinson. KOCKETTES WIN The Rockfield Rockettes girls Softball team defeated the Flora girls in an exhibition contest at the Rockfield diamond Friday 13 lo 11. Connie Martin and Dorothy Emmilt formed the winning Rockfield battery while King pitched to Hicks for the losers. Track and Field Championships wound up two days of competi- United tion> Halberg's swift-finishing lap gave him a time of 13:30.6 and left Max Truex and Canada's youthful Bruce Kidd well back in the feature race. The winning lime was behind Halberg's world mark of 13:10 flat. The veteran New Ze'alander stayed off the pace, as did his nearest rival, until the gun lap began. Halberg then took the lead and built up a solid margin. Kidd, who defeated Halberg at Compton, Calif., earlier this , month, made a game effort but could not catch Truex, and finished third, Dyrol B u r 1 e s o n of Oregon, dropped out at the start of the eighth lap. The seven-year national reign of Harold Connolly in the hammer throw ended when another veteran, Al Hal of the New York Athletic Club, won the weight event. Hall had a winning throw of 219 feet 3 inches while Connolly, who holds the world record at 230-9, finished second with 21.5-3!^. Local Eagles Gain Convention Honors Several local Eagles lodge members received honors at the state convention in Evansville Saturday. George R. (Bus) Bender, local secretary, was re-elected as state treasurer. Carl R. Berndt was chosen as chairman of the resolutions committee, Lloyd and Mike Musselman were named to the ritualistic committee. . William Schlemmer ol Wabash was named as the new state Worthy President and Carl Krieger of Huntington was chosen vice- president. ' • When Cincinnati played host to Pittsburgh the first time this season, Manager Fred Hutchinson used perfect strategy. Each of the eight p'inch- hitters he used reached base and the Reds swept the three games, 3-2, 9-2 and 6-4. er and the Tigers were ahead 5-0 in the nightcap. But both 1 were forced to hold off late^inning comebacks to .split the double admission twinbill. Mantle tested his injured left inee in both games and cracked ! iis first homer since returning to full time duty in the ninth inning of the second game. He played only 154 innings of the first game and was lifted after a rainstorm delayed the game an hour and made .the footing in right field dangerous. Ralph Terry was breezing-along with an eight-run advantage for the Yankees in the opener before Detroit retaliated with homers by Dick McAuliffe, Steve Boros, Rocky Colavito and Vice Wertz. The Yankees' four runs in the fourth were the difference. Tom Tresh's two-run single was the big blow of the rally. The Tigers staked Paul Foytack to a five-run lead in the second game and he lasted until two outs in the ninth, when Ron Nischwilz came on with the tying run on first. Nischwitz permitted pinch hitter Bill Skowron to double, sending Elston Howard to third. Terry Fox came on to get pinch hitter Bob Cerv for lhe final out (Day Game) New Cork 400 400 000—8 10 0 Walt on Legion W hi os W abash The Walton Jr. Legion baseball team traveled to Wabash Saturday and brought home an 11-5 victory in a slugging duel. The Walton club smacked 15 hits which included four by Steve Snyder, who had two singles, a double and a homer; three by Dave Long with all being singles; two each by Mark Preiser and P. D. Gunter, all singles. Best for Wabash were Dick Roney with two doubles and a triple by Norm Bahler. . . Walton will clash with Winamac at the Walton diamond this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Summary: • R Walton ............ 11 ' Wabash ..... ..... 5 E 4 _ 4 Snyder, Crirn and Jones; B. Roney, Curless, Duker and Annie. H 15 9 Tornado Damage Set At $500,000 By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS A tornado cut a swath seven blocks long and 500 feet wide through a subdivision of new homes in the Chicago suburb of Oak Forest Saturday, injuring 18 persons and causing an unofficial damage estimated at $500,000. None of the 18 persons reported hurt received serious .injuries. Police said the storm .ripped roofs from 20 homes along its path and broke windows in 40 others. Joe Carboni, 19, from '. Philadelphia,, hurled a no- hitter for Cincinnati's Rocky Mount, ;N. C., team in the-,,Class B Carolina League this spring. He fanned 19 Wilson batters. • Yanks And Tigers In Even Split DETROIT (AP)— The New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers took turns bombing each other with big innings and home, runs Saturday. and divided a day-night doubleheader. The Yankees, ignited by Yogi Berra's grand slam homer in the first inning, exploded for two four- run rallies and won the afternoon game 8-4 despite four solo Detroit home runs. : The Tigers started a five-run rally with two bunt singles in the fourth and won the night game 55- although Cletis Boyer and Mickey Mantle homered for the Yankees. Norway Unveils Rockne Plaque ZarleyWins NCAA Crown Cm on Satan Stals Winner ment t j rt kept " him on the for (he won !he VOSS, Norway (AP)-A memo-, DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Kermit rial stone and^plaque over the| Zar i ev buUt up a sevcn hole ^^ ^ __ great, U.S. football coach, Knute cushion in t h e morning round and' s(rajgW , nd narrow palh Rockne, who died in an air crash, went on from lhere to ( r j m Ho . fjl . s( . tinll , jn Un . ee ra ^, es %vvji , iire in 1931, was unveiled Saturday jn mero Blancas, his heavily favored $42 500 1/lona) . d Ric | lar( i s stakes this western Norwegian mountain All-America teammale from lhe at Dcla'nre Park Saturday by township where he was born. , University of Houston, 5 and' 4,1 Rockne left Voss in 1893 to goj an d w ; n (i, e NCAA Golf Cham-' to the United States where his: pionship Saturday. ac a pavrinap. rr i nn u ihUUlUf I, . 111111114 CUit uv^lLUUtt. LHU as a ca,iia 0 e ^ ».y f «,M junK-r | paceseUjl!? Gr ^ ek Mollcy , winner father worked maker. !:s ovcr Noble Jay. '' i i m s o n King Farm's stretch r. lining colt overtook the from Yakima, Wash., was 1-un ' , h »w r of the I-ieakness as the field of While he was coach, the team >d l*' u,,™.,,..,.]-.! 7arlov w)lo i Greek :,loney faded and Jaclyn won 105 games, tied 5 and lost , J d ™ on Te medll, tcame Ihe • Stable ' s *> blc Ja >' came °" ( ° only 12. . I fifth Houston champion m, _. r\ t l T» T I UlUl lJ.VUi3k.Vll The. Rev. Edmund P. Joyce-| ]agt six representing the university-said ' Saturday football had the one lake secuv.1 will) (he Christiana Stable's e "i t r y of Cyane and 14 holes played in the after- , Sm f' 1hij ' d and fourUl - res P ec noon, but held his 7-up lead i y ' „, v . ,,„„.,, i through the 27th. Blancas won two | Outfitted 'vilh a special set of 1 he Yankees led 8-0 in the open-1 "But he would not allow any i holes on the final trip around the ; bllnkers al:<l a blt des '8 ned to Rockne famous. American March 4, 1888. He left Norway as \ t w i ce ~ a small boy and became pioneer and an all-time great in American football as a player and coach at the University of Notre Dame. Died, March 31, 1931. Dedicated 1962." The stone was donated by the University of Notre Dame and the plaque by the late Chicago businessman Andrew Highland, who was also born here. It is a park where it is surrounded by eleven small, round stones, . symbolizing .the football team listening to "The Rock." Detroit 000 012 010-4 7 0 Terry, Bridges (9) and Berra; Regan, Jones (4), Casale (9) and Brown. W—Terry C8-7). L—Regan (4-6). Home runs-jNew Fork, Berra (6). Detroit, McAulifee (3), Boros (3), Colavito (14), Wertz (1). (Second—night) New York Detroit 000 010 201—4 10 2 000 500 OOx-5 9 0 Sheldon, Daley (4), Bouton (7) and Howard; Foytack, Nischwitz (9), Fox (9) and Roarke. W—Foytack (5-1. L-Sheldon (4-3). Home runs—New York, Boyer (9), Mantle (9). North Cajfon LIB Team Is Winner GRASS CREEK — The North Caston little league baseball team defeated the Medaryville nine Friday night 5-4. Bob White was the winning pitcher and Danny Markley sparked the team with a home run and a triple. In their 1 first two contests of the season, North Caston downed Lucerne 6-2 and Star City 12-0 for a win-loss record to 3-0. The North Caston ''Peewee' team has won two so far, defeating Lucerne 9-3 and Medaryville 9-8. cult of him as a star," he added. "He was a generous man who | won respect everywhere." j NCAA" team "champions." The memorial is a huge, rough j Zarley, who played No. 3 for i plaque bear-1 Houston> had eight one putt ing the inscription: greens and no three-putters while nine, but time ran out on| kee P hin > hom lu Sgmg m as he ie No. 1 player of the Houston' dld ln tlie )crse y ^rby and lhe 'Belmont Slakes, Crimson Satan never wiis in trouble, louring the H4 mile in 1:50.4. He returned and !l/:fiO as the 4-5 favorite There "Knute Rockne, giant of , Blancas had f ive one-putters, four | Wllh tllc ' ::l :iw d of 20,013. T merican football, was born here'j n ( j, e a ft ernoon , and three-putted ' was rto i '' l " :i '"' W'"g ™^ two By STANDINGS THE ASSOCIATED PRES American League W. 39 41 34 , 3d 35 Detroit 33 Chicago 35 Kansas City ....31 Boston 30 Cleveland .. Minnesota .. New York .. Los Angeles , Baltimore .. Pel. G.B. .591 — .577 Vz .540 S'/ii .537 3% .515 .508 .500 ,443 .441 5'/2 8 10 10 National League W. 47 45 40 37 37 34 Houston 31 Philadelphia ... 29 Chicago 25 New York a-Los Angeles San Francisco Pittsburgh ... a-Cincinnati .. St. Louis Milwaukee ... L. 25 27 29 30 30 36 37 38 45 19 48 Pet. G,B. .653 — .625 .580 .552 .552 ,486 .456 .433 .357 .284 A-JPlaying night game 2 5>/2 7'/2 12 14 15>/2 21 25'/2 Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 13, Houston 2 St. Louis 9, Philadelphia 1 Pittsburgh 4, Chicago 3 San Francisco 4, Milwaukee 2 Los Angeles 7, Cincinnati (Game in 5th) AMERICAN LEAGUE . Chicago 6, Kansas City 1 Baltimore 5, Boston. 3 Minnesota 5, Los Angeles 0 • Washington 5, 'Cleveland 3 New York 84, Detroit 4-5 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Jacksonville 5, Syracuse 2 Buffalo 4, Richmond 3 Rochester 4, Atlanla 2 Columbus 4, Toronto 1 Summer Rec Schedule For Week Listed Summer recreation program activities will continue during the coming week without change, it is announced by John Mummert, program director, Playground activities are sched. uled for Spencer park and Riverside park in the mornings while tennis events are booked in the afternoon at the Riverside courts. The following boys have been assigned to teams in the Minor League baseball program: 10, 11, 12 year olds, Joe Means and Mike Grindle on team 1: Bill Kasch, John Baublit, Kenny Ausperk and Dave Thomas on team 2; Corky Pherson on teem 3; Andy Crist on team 4; Ron Shaver and Tom Hansen on team 5; Danny Vitello and Steve Loner on team 6. 9 and under group, Jay King, Russell King and Paul Little on team 1; Randy Shaver, Tim Elmlinger and Bucky Gaddis on team 3. The Minor League schedule of games for the week follows: OLDER BOYS DIVISION (All at 9 a.m.) Monday—Cubs vs. Indians at Tower. Tuesday—Senators vs. Tigers at Tower. Wednesday—Cubs vs. Tigers at Tower and While Sox vs. Cards at Fair-view. Thursday—Cards vs. Indians at Tower. Friday—White Sox vs. Senators at Tower. BOYS 9 AND UNDER (All at 1 p.m.) Monday—Angels vs. Mets at Tower, Tuesday—Braves vs. Twins at Tower. Wednesday—Dodgers vs. Giants at Tower and Yanks vs. Colts at Fairview, Thursday—Angels vs. Twins al Fairview and Braves vs. Giants at Tower. Friday—Yanks vs. Dodgers at Tower and Mets vs. Colls at Fairview. YOUNG MEN OF IRON tries in small field. GonalzNips Jimmy Archer NEW V'OBK CAP) - Jose Gonzalez, a whirling dervish puncher from Puerto Rico, handed Jimmy Archer .lis ,'irst loss in 31 bouts by winning ;i split, 10-round decision over. 1'e New York middleweight Saluiday night at Madison Square Ganlen. Gonzalez weighed 157>4, Archer 158. Both jjd.ij'is, Leo Birnbaum and Frank Forlxis, had Gonzalez the winner, si:c rounds to four. Referee Jirnni't Devlin had Archer winning, S-'l, The Associated Press had Gonzalos ahead, 6-3-1. There w<!;:'> no knockdowns, but by the :'in.it! bell plenly of blood had been spilled around the ring —most of il by Archer. He started bleeding from the nose in (he first round. Later, cuts opened • over balh his eyes. In lh£' sinal round, Archer opened a .ijish over Gonzales left eye, and bkod poured out. Archer' stitches ncii, cuts required each eye. This v/as \rcher's first bout in 10 months—since he scored victory No. :;iil by outpointing Don Fullmer ini "he Garden on Feb. 4 last year. Gonzalez;, whose record now shows 2.'. vb lories, six losses and one draw, vas so eager to get into action at the start of each round thai Devlin had to warn him at (hi: start of the fifth to curb his e;r:jsiasm. 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