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LOGANSPORI PUBLIC LIBRARY SUNDAY, JUNE 24,1962 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE SEVEN .MAKING THE ROUNDS NEW YORK .(AP)-JHelped 'by six-run explosion in the third nning, during which Richie Ash- lurn hit the first of his two.home •uns Saturday, the New York tfets crushed the Houston Colts' .3-2 to take a 2-to-l edged in the "ive-game series. The Mets amassed 16 hits off :our Colt pitchers to make it easy for Jay Hook to register his 'ifth victory 'against eight 'de- 'eats. The New York right-hander permitted 'eight hits and walked ;hree as he went the distance for ;he fifth time this season. Ken Johnson was the Colt starter and loser. He gave up p six, hits jefore he was relieved by Dean Stone in the third inning when the Wets staged their big uprising. Hook opened the inning with a :mnt single and Ashburn hammered a pitch off the 'facade in right field for his fourth home Swift Lineman Gives Advice On How To Stop 2 All-Star Backs BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - "You have to get Ferguson before he reaches the line of scrimmage. And Davis . . . you have to get him any way you can." The football player offering the advice on how to halt IDftl's two top running backs was Merlin 01- sen of Utah State, winner of last year's Outland Trophy as college football's best lineman. The 225-pound tackle and his Utah State teammate, tackle Clark Miller, will have their targets set on halfback Ernie Davis of Syracuse and fullback Bob Ferguson of Ohio Sate Friday night n the .second annual AllAmeriea Sootball Bowl game here. "When a good back like Davis takes the ball, you have to be moving and tackling as well as you can," Olsen continued. "You can get more defensive people at this point of the attack, you know. So if the defense is playing good football, it has the advanage in manpower, However, Olsen conceded* that others have employed the over simplified formula for slopping Davis and Ferguson with little apparent success. "'If you concentrate your manpower, you open up and they can go around and over, so . . ." He threw up his hands and shrugged. Assistant Coach Bill Murray ol Duke voiced agreement with 01- sen's observations. "We've got a 228-pound quarterback (Roman Gabriel, North Carolina Slate), a 222-pound halfback (Davis), and a 220-pound Here's J &F Polished Black madam®... the suit in the color far euery season! Make sure your new suit is a polished black Mohara ... the correct look for all-occasions short of the most formal! Mohara is J & F's exclusive blend of worsted and Kid Mohair. Our collection is tailored along trirnmer, most flattering lines. And, all this fashion, fit and fun is remarkably reasonable at; $59.95 KUHMfUDO 313-315 E. Market St. Logansport, fullback (Ferguson). "Those 'boys are big enough anc strong enough to be an armful for anybody to bring down consistently. And don't forget that quarterback can really thro 1 *," Murray added. The East, loser 30-20 in the 1961 inaugural of the game, quickly concedes lhat the West has the heavier line. "So it will be the fleas againsl the elms," said Ben Schwartzwalder of Syracuse, who with Murray is assisting head Coach Woody Hayes of Ohio State. "Who said size is everything' 1 Schwartawalder asked. BlomAndHamm Star In Hurling In LIB Clashes Danny Blom and Jeff Hamm turned in nifty pitching chores Friday night as the Logansport Metal Culvert Giants beat the National Bank Senators 10-2 and the Wolf Cubs thumped the Berman Panthers 11-0 in LLB action at Grain field. Blom hurled the Giants to vie- lory in the first game,' allowing five hits but cracked a double and single on offense and drove riome five tallies for the evening. Mike Harvey and 'Howard Depoy each added a pair of singles for lie Giants. The Senators were led by Sieve Kiesling with two singles and Don Baker with a single and double. Hamm's effort in the second game was a sparkling 1-hit rnound job for the Cubs who lelped him with seven hits. Jeff *ot two singles on his own while Billy Rolhgeb hit a double and Toe Smith banged out a triple. The lone hit for the Panthers was a single by Mike Harris. R H E Giants 10 10 0 Senators ,25, 2 Blom and Gaby; Zimmerman, Lombardi and Chapman. R H, E Cubs 11 7 0 Panthers 0 1. 3 Hamm and Gleitz; D. Galloway, Buskirk and Buskirk, Harris. Jets And Indians Babe Ruth Victors The General Tire Jets trimmed the Eagle Braves 9-1 and the Alpha Indians nipped the First Federal Tigers 1-0 in Babe Ruth league ball games at Riverside park Friday night. The Jets spotted the Eagles-to a 1-0 lead in the third then roared back to score nine runs in the next three frames for the win. Porter and Parrett hit doubles For the Eagles while Vitello and Medland each got a double for the Jets. Don Kistler hurled the win for the Jets alowing four hits. Rick Rohrbaugh bested Johnny Jargstorf in a hurling duel in the second tilt as the Indians won a 1-run decision, Rohrbaugli helped his own cause with a double. Each team got only three hits. Rohrbaugh fanned 8 and Jargstorf 7. 001,000,0—1 4 3 000,432,x—9 12 4 and Gaumer; Kistler Braves Jets Parrett and Wright. Tigers Indians 000,000,0—0 3 0 000,100,x—1 3 1 Jargstorf and Babb; Rohrhaugh and Maple. Mets Crush Colts 13-2 Casey's Cl ubbers Clout 16HitsToClipColts hit, tied., the score at 1-1, and Jim Piersall's third 'single of the day put the Senators ahead by an un- earnecl run in the seventh. Piersall drove home Ken Retzer, who singled and wenj to second on Kirkland's bobble. Grant was chased in the eighth when Washington scored a third run on singles ,by .Chuck Cottier and Bright, with a. sacrifice and intentional walk sandwiched between .the base hits.. Washington added two more off reliever Gary Bell in the ninth. Retzer's "single, 'a walk and a bad throw to first by ;BelI filled the bases, and Cottier . singled two runs home. . • Washington Cleveland. Stenhouse, Cheney (9) and Retz. er; Grant, Bell (9) and Homano. W-Slenhouse (5-2). .L-Grant (4-2). Home runs—Washington, Bright (6).' Cleveland, Rpmano (12. 000 001 112—5 9 0 010 000 002—3 6 3 GIBSON WINS No. 9 PHILADELPHIA (AP) Bob run. Houston 100 001 000— 2 8 3 New York 206 210 02x—13 16 1 Johnson, Stone (3), 3. Anderson (6), Tiefenauer (8) and Ranew; . ,,..„., Hook and Taylor. W-Hook (5-8). |G*s°n posted his mnth.victory o£ the season Saturday as.he pitched the St. Louis Cardinals to. a 9-1 decision over the Philadelphia Phillies. Ken Boyer clouted his ninth homer with a runner on base to help the Cardinals spoil the mound debut of Billy Smith, an undersized 28-year-old sauthpaw. Smith, whose only other National League start was for the Cardinals in 1958, worked five innings and gave up five runs. Gibson, who has never lost to the Phillies, scattered-six hits in his easy effort, striking out six and displaying perfect control. L-Johnson (4-8. Home runs—Houston, Spangler (3). New York, Ashburn 2 (5), Ihristopher (3). TWINS TRIUMPH ST.PAU'L-MIrWEAPOLIS (AP) —The Minnesota Twins whipped the Los Angeles Angels 5-0 Saturday with lefty Jim Kaat coasting to his seventh straight victory behind the home run muscle of Vic- Power and Zoilo Versalles. The victory, third straight over the Angels, was a choice anniversary gift for Twins' Manager Sam Mele, who took over the reins from Cookie Lavagetto one year ago. St. Louis .000231 030-913 1 Philadelphia 001 000 000—1 6 ; Gibson and Oliver; W. Smith The Twins, sticking in second Brown (8), Hamilton (9) anc place in the American League close on the heels of Cleveland, have gone 86-79 under Mele for a .521 percentage. A year ago the Twins were in ninth place, 17 games out of first. Kaat (8-4) held Los Angeles to three hits'and retired the last 22 batters in order following Joe Koppe's two-out single in the second inning. Versalles, hitting .210 going into the game, cracked his ninth homer in the second inning with two aboard. Power belted solo homers in the third and sixth. Los Angeles 000 000 000-0 3 1 Minnesota 031 001 OOx—5 5 0 Grba, Botz (8) and Sadkowski; Kaat and Battey. W-Kaat (8-4). L-Grba (3-4). v Home runs—Minnesota, Versalles (9), Power 2 (8). LITTLE LUIE STARS CHICAGO (AP) — Shortstop Luis Aparicio extended his batting streak to 10 games and knocked out five straight hits Saturday as the Chicago White Sox defeated the Kansas City Athletics 6-1. It was the sixth successive loss for Kansas City and the fourth victory in a row for the surging White Sox who prior to this series had lost seven straight games to Kansas City. Juan Pizarro earned the victory and gave up only a home run ball to Gino Cimoli before retiring after six innings because of the excessive heat, Frank Baumann finished for Chicago. Pizarro, a dangerous batter, had two hits, a bunt single and a line double in his first trips and scored Chicago's first run. It was his fourth win of the year though only his second triumph since the first wek of the season, Nellie Fox was the offensive star albng with Aparicio and drove in two runs with two singles and a, sacrifice fly before he was withdrawn in the seventh for a pinch runner. Kansas City 000 001 000—1 4 1 Chicago 001 Oil 21x—6 17 1 Rakow, Fischer (7), Kunkel (8) and Azcue; Pizarro, Baumann (7) and Can-eon. W—Pizarro' (4-6), L —Rakow (5-9). Home, runs — Kansas City, Cimoli (4). SOLONS STOP TIMBE .CLEVELAND (AP)-4>ave. Steri- house pitched last-place Washington to a 5 '-,3 .victory, over league-leading Cleveland S aft u r- day, limiting the Indians to six bits, including a two-run' homer by John Romano in "the last ning. The rookie right-hander had retired 16 men in order when Willie Kirkland singled with one out just before Romano clouted his 12th home run. Stenhouse walked Woodie "Held, and. with the tying run a the plate, Tom Cheney relieved and got the next two men out. .•-•'•.!•.. Jim -Grant" (4-2) was the loser to Stenhouse (5-2) in what was a close h'urling duel through seven innings. Grant doubled home the first run of. the game,after.Bubba Phillips' single, and a walk in the second'inning.' ' A sixth-inning home run by Harry Bright, the visitors' third Dalrymple. W-Gibson (9-5). L-W Smith (0-1). Home run—St. Louis, Boyer (9). HOAK HOMERS PITTSBURGH (AP)-Don Hoak of Pittsburgh hit a two-run home run in the ninth inning Saturday as the Pirates edged the Chicago Cubs 4-3. With one out Smoky Burgess was walked by relief pitcher Dor Elston and then Hoak slammec his fourth homer of the season over the left field wall. The Cubs had taken the Icac in their.half of the ninth when starter Bob Friend walked Don Landrum, batting for pitcher Don Cardwell, with the bases loadedl Diomedes Olivo then relieved Friend and struck out Lou Brock to end the inning. Chicago tied the game with two runs in the seventh on doubles by George Altaian and Andre Rodgers and a pinch-hit single by Bob Will. The Pirates grabbed the lead with a run in the first on Bill Virdon's leadoff triple and Dick Groat's infield hit. Dick Stuart's home run against the light standard in left field in the sixth inning, his 10th of the season, provided the Pirates with their second run. Chicago Pittsburgh Cardwell, Elston (9) and Bertell, Thacker (7); Friend, Olivo (9) and Burgess. W-Olivo (2-0). L- Elston (2-3). Home . runs—Pittsburgh, Stuart (10, Hoak (4). . Merchants log Kokomo, Play Anderson Here The Logansport Merchants basc.- >all club, having broken a 5-game osing streak by beating Kokomo's Highlanders at Kokomo Friday night 8-5, will try for win No. 2 at Riverside park this afternoon at 2 o'clock against Anderson in another OIBL contest. Everett Thomas, former. Logan- jerry athlete, is scheduled to get .he pitching assignment in today's tilt. The Merchants had to stage a )ig splurge in the seventh inning ,o turn the trick. They tallied six runs on four hits, two walks and a hit batsman in that frame to put he skids under Kokomo. Kokomo had beaten the Merchants' in an early season game lere 8-6 and after that everything seemed to go wrong for the Logan contingent as they dropped four more tilts before Friday's clash at ; Kokomo. Logan got two runs in the fifth after Kokomo led 3-0 driving out starting hurler lefty Tom Beeson and Bob Linzey was called in 'or relief. Linzey finished and got credit for the victory when the Merchants exploded for their six runs in the seventh. Kokomo .got two runs back in the last of the seventh but were held in check the rest of the way. The Merchants will make another CIBL appearance at Riverside park Sunday afternoon when they clash with Anderson 'at 2 o'clock. In the Friday night game the Merchants were led by John Gasl with three singles, Jim Sweet with double and single and Mike Newton with two singles. All ol Kokomo's five hits were scattered singles. Summary: Logan 000,020,600—8 11 Kokomo 000,300,200-5 5 Beeson, Linzey (4)' and Cast; Hughes, Reed (7) and Eades, Freeman (5). NEW YORK (AP)-Darby Dan Barm's Bramalea pulled a major upset Saturday when she beat the leavily favored Cicada by one- ialf length in the $120,125 Coach- !lub American Oaks at Belmont Park. The surprising windup before 38,122 fans thwarted the triple crown bid of Cicada, the. queen of the 3-year-old fillies, who had •eigned supreme over horses of icr own age for a year and a ialf. Cicada, from C. T. Chenery's Meadow Stable, was a 9-to-20 favorite to add the l!4-mile Oaks to icr victories in the Acorn and the Mother Goose Stakes which made up the first two parts of the rich filly triple. Cicada, the greatest money winning filly in racing history, had all she could do, in fact, to save Bramalea In Surprise Victory OverCicada a daughter of Nashau-Rarelea by Bull Lea and the Darby Dan beauty fon,;: lit wilh Flaming Page for the first mile, as Cicada stayed <tos up in third place. • At the toimd of the stretch with about oiie'qiiarfer of a mile to go; Bramalea, Cicada and Firm Policy, who land come up from fifth place, 'vers sprrad across the track ard Flaming Pago was still in the thick' of the battle. $700 OOOBcwus Bab f s Signed By LA. Dodgers NEW Y;ORK (AP)-The Los Angeles have outbid the other 19 ir..a;jc..' league clubs and paid second money by a' nose over E. I a reported. $100,000 bonus to sign Barry Ryan's Firm Policy in the a New Yf' rk schoolboy hailed as field of nine sophomore misses. E. a "new »:\> Feller." P. Taylor's Flaming Page, who T »e lion,, s baby is Paul Specken- won the Queen's Plate last Salur- ba « n . " e-foot-2, 185-pound right- day at Woodbine in Canada, fin- ha "<*er, who was grabbed Thurs- ished fourth, two lengths behind : da y night immediately after his Firm Policy. j graduation from St. Francis Prep Bobby Ussery rode Bramalea, School, The 'MJ s Father announced Hie bonus at !| :00,000. Rudy Rufer, the Los Ar.g«li!S scout who closed the deal, said "It was in excess of $50,000-1:1 it's all I'd like to say about Ihe price." Rufe:- .si. id Speckenbach was the Irk Q{]-Run Games In M.L Royals Defeat Hatchets 3-2 Royal Center's Bulldogs nickec the Washington Tp. Hatchets in a county league baseball game al the Washington diamond Friday 3-2 as each team managed bul four hhs in the tight pitching due! between Charles Pufahl of the winners and Lloyd Cabiness of the Hatchets. The Royals were led by L. Nies, who socked a triple, while the best effort for the Hatchets was by Richard Razer and Phil Martin, each recording a run-balted- in. Summary: R H E Royal Center 341 Washington Tp. 2 4 2 Pufahl and Conn; Cabiness and Owens. Close games marked action in the Minor League baseball divisions of summer recreation play Friday. In the Older Boys division at Tower park the Cards nipped the Tigers 4-3 despite being oulhit and committing five errors. Fine fielding helped them preserve the victory. Lee Loy hit a double and Ed Johnson a triple to pace the winners while Jim Pugh and Steve. Dunwoody each got a double for the Tigers. In the division for boys 9 and under, the Mets nosed out the Yanks 12-11 in a free-hittting contest at Tower park. The Mets were paced by Jeff DuBois with two home runs, Ted Bishop wilh a homer, George Conrad with a double and single, Randy Shaver wilh a triple, Frank Hink'le with a double and Dave Lowe with a single. The Yanks were paced by Mike Swisher and brother Mark, each with a homer and double, Bob Dexter with two singles, Bob Van Meter with a double, Doug Ulmer, Joe 'Kellogg and Dave Enyeart, each with a single. At Fairview the Giants nicked the Colts 10-9 although hits were few and errors plantiful. For Ihe winning learn Mike Tierney, Mike Petrie and Bob Pelerson each got a single, For the Colts Mike Reynolds hit a triple while Bob Hitchens, Bob Gillum and Kirk Laury each had a single. Summary: Vo. 1 an: ipect in the entire country, iniiofur as the Dodgers were concerned and the scout predicted l':i>; New York youngster would be pitching in Hie major league:! :hi three years. "He reminds you a lot of Feller," Ruhr said. "He has a tre- mendoiis ;ast ball. He has a big kick uilh that front leg, like Feller, and >lazes the ball across. He haii ,a curve ball good enough for HIE: m ijors right now." 000 000 201—3 6 0 100 001 002-4 7 1 GIANTS RALLY SAN FRANCISCO. (AP) — The San Francisco Giants backed Mike McCormick's 4-hit pitching with a 10-hit attack and beat Milwaukee 4-2 Saturday. The Braves went ahead 2-0 in the sixth on Lee Maye's two-run homer. McCormick had put doyn Milwauke without a hit until Denis Menke singled with two out. Maye followed with his first homer of the season on a 3-1 pitch, Jim Davenport batted in two Giant runs in the San Francisco half. His sharp single to left scored Matty Alou,, and Orlando Cepeda. Alou had singled and taken third on Cepeda's single to center. Willie Mays started a two-run seventh inning'rally with a double. He scored when Menke threw, past Joe" Adcock at first on Matty' Alou's infield hit. After Cepeda was intentionally' walked, Felipe Alou scored brother Matty with a single to center. Milwaukee 000 002 000-2 4 1 San Francisco 000 002 20x—4 10 1 Shaw, Curtis (7), Willey (8) and Crandall; McCormick and Bailey, Haller (8). W—McCormick (4-2). L-Shaw (9-3). Home run — Milwaukee, Maye (1). ORIOLES WIN BALTIMORE (AP) - Shortstop Ron Hansen banged a two-run homer and southpaw Billy Hoeft pitched 7 1-3 innings of scoreless relief as Baltimore beat Boston 5-3 Saturday. . Hansen, on weekend leave from nearby Ft. Meade, Md., hit his second homer of the season in the 5am Carmichael To Turn Professional MARTINSVI'LLE, Ind. (AP Samuel H. Carmichael, 22, Indiana amateur golf champion for two years, announced Friday he is turning professional. He said he hopes to receive his player permit and joing the pro circuit within 30 days. Carmichael is son of Don Carmichael, veteran pro at Marlins- ville Counlry Club.. He reached the quarterfinals of the U.S. Amateur tournament last year but failed to qualify for the recent U.S. Open. He won (he Indiana Open in 1960. OLDER BOYS DIVISION H E R Cards 435 Tigers 341 Klinck, Loy and Shaff, Hines, Johnson; McKeever, Key and Corso, Wilson. BOYS 9 AND UNDER Mets Yanks R 12 8 11 10 H E T. Bishop, Hinkh and Lowe; Mike Swisher and Dexter. R H E Giants 10 3 8 Colts ' 946 Peterson and Long, Kline; Hutchins, Reynolds, Packard and Packard, Reynolds, Thornton. Eloinde Gains Win In Manila MAMU (AP)—Flash Elorde of the Philippines won a split decision owir Auburn Copeland, Los Angeles 'rucking firm employe, and relumed his world junior lighlwelg'l crown Saturday night in a slow plugging fight. ElopJis weighed 130 ixmnds and Copeland. who came out of retirement lor the title bid, chesked in a ]2!>H. The 3D'year-old American, effective <ispecially in the close excharge!, pul up a strong battle. Ther; was such a small dif- ferencii lielween the two fights that the icrdict probably was decided by | a quick knockdown in the ninth round; After a flurry of punches, Elor;de caught (he American on the head vmh a left-hand blow. Copeland fell against the ropes, then sagged to 1 the canvas but bounced up immediately without a count." The Philippines boxer main; lained a narrow margin until the end of' UIB 15-round bout. Referci Felipe Hernandez scored it 74-68 in Elorde's favor, but the judges were split. Judge Alfredo Quiazon had it 70-69 for Elordo while Judge Wenceslao Trinidad had it a 69-69 draw. The AP a:.so scored the fight even, 71-71. It waii the fourth successful de^ lense of his title for Elorde and' easily his toughest. He received $28,00(i .siid Copeland got $6,000 for ti\i cout. Harold Johnson Retains Light Heavy By Outpointing Sciiolz In IS Rounds 'BERLIN (AP)—Harold Jnhnson retained his world light heavyweight championship Saturday night by outpointing West Germany's Gustav Scholz in a 1'5- rounder in Berlin's Olympic Stadium. Johnson dominated the German almost throughout the fight. There were no knockdowns. The official scorecard was not disclosed as is customary in European rings. An official AP count gave Johnson eight rounds, Scholz three and made four even. eighth inning with Marv Breeding, pinch-running for Jim Gentile, who had singled, on base. It was Hoeft's third straight victory and evened his record at 3-3. It also improved considerably his , .earned run average, ahich was 6.04 before Saturday's game. Hoeft yielded only four hits after taking over from starter Hal Brown in the second, Galen Cisco was the loser and now has a 4-5 record.'•• Boston 210 000 000-3 8 1 Baltimore 030 000 02x—5 8 0 Cisco, Earley (8) and Paglia- roni; Brown, Hopft (2).and Landrith. W-Hoeft (3-3). L-Cisco (4-5). Home run — Baltimore, Hansen (2). The bout was staged in the open air arena before 35,000 people. Johnson weighed in at 172% pounds, to 171 for S"holz. Johnson exuded confidence throughout the fight, easily taking the sharp lefts from Scholz. The crowd agreed with the decision of the referee and two judges, although the local fans had strongly rooted for the German. It was the first world title. Scholz opened the fight, with .a hard left to Johnson's head which shook the champ. The American weathered the attack and from then on was on his guard. Johnson kept Scholz at 'distance most of the time and collected his points with hard left-right combinations to the German's body. Scholz received a slight bruise under the right, eye in Ihe. fo.urlb. round from a hard left by Johnson. In the last round the champ opened a cut.on Scholz' left brow. The referee interrupted the fight to inspnil the injury but ruled to continue. s the only blood in the Scholz f;.t: That bout. HAVE FUN WITH YOUR BOAT Insure it with Us DEDUCED RATES INSURANCE | AGENCY lnsut« In Sure Insurance 224 S Third Phone 3758 STOCKS—BONDS—MUTUAL FUNDS BUY OR SELt ORDERS EXECUTED IN AIL MARKETS E. Y. DEN HAM & COMPANY STOCKBROKER! Ph»n< 3000

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