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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 29, 1962
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Friday Evening, June 29, 1962. Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune N!nt Stengel, Alston In Strategy Battle THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE Boating enjoys the reputation of being one of the safest and most enjoyable outdoor sports. But accidents happen, and this is the time of year that boating mishaps reach their peak. oat. His wife unleased her wrath n all it's glory. When she finally quieted down, half hour later, he figured the worst was over—and went out nd bought the boat. And just by coincidence, of course, Sunday begins National Safe Boating Week, complete with approval by Congress and a proclamation by the President. The purpose of the observance, simply, is to focus nationwide attention on the importance of maintaining and improving boating's safety record. Boating should be a pleasure, not a calculated risk. Unlike driving, a license is not needed to turn the key on a pleasure boat. Safety is everyone's responsibility, be he owner or driver of a pleasure craft. Here is a checklist of 'impor tant rules every boater should know before taking the wheel or the tiller: . . . Never overload a boat. Seating capacity docs not equal safety capacity. Find out the safe capwoity for the % boat and stick to it. . . . Always carry a life preserver for every passenger. Chil dren should wear one at all times in the boat. . . . Never stand up in a moving boat, unless of course, it is a I'sr^e cruiser. To change post i iion, stay low and keep both hands on the gunwales. The helmsman the wheel. . . . Dock the boat carefully. Secure with lines fore and aft. Never step in with an armloat of gear. Use both hands when boarding. . . . Exercise common courtesy. Don't get too near swimmers, other crafts or piers, especially at high speeds. Give smaller boats the right-of-way — am remember, a boat's wake can cause ns much damage as the boat itself. ... Be cautious when pulling a water skier. There should be two people in the boat. One to steer and one to watch the skier at all times. When, picking up a skier in the water, approach slowly and always leep the motor away trom the per son in the water. ... Master man • overboard procedures. Swing the engine away from the victim; use a line or paddle to reach him; don't jump into the water unless it is absolutely necessary. . . . Dress adequately. Slippery bottomed shoes can be danger ous. It's always cooler on the water and the sun will Fur easier. . . . Always keep, a sharp eye Watch out for rocks, shallow water, obstructions that can damage — and even capsize a boat. . . . heck conditions before sail ing. Rough water can be i hazard. Don't go out in a boa if the Coast Guard has issuet storm warnings. If caught in rough water, always head into the waves — never take them broadside. A big wave can roli a boat over. Most important safety rule is to be aware of the potentia danger. There are no filling sta* tions out on the water, and a little precaution ' goes a long way towards making a boat a real source of pleasure. WEEKLY FISHING REPORT— itrcams are low and still a little muddy. Catfish angling is slack ng off some in the Wafcash and Del, although bass fishing is beginning to perk up. Fishing elsewhere is rather spotty due to rain n the different sections of the itnte. ' - The Indiana Department of Con servation has charged the Gut wein Fertilizer Co., of Frances ville, with damages of $8,867.08 as a result of a fish kill in ib Monon Ditch on July 18, 1961 Members of the company have met with representatives of ttv department and have agreed t accept the responsibility for the fish kill and pay the damage assessed. The department notec that the company was "most co operative". JUMBO CATCH - Mack Riich ert, a retired Anderson farmer was up last week for a vacatio at his cottage on Lake Shafer. II set a trotline off Golden Beach just above Lowe's bridge. Next morning he had a 42-pound bank catfish on the line. Robert Dale Raisch, -35, an as- istant professor at Kansas. State University, was named Thursday s state forester by Donald Fdltz, iireclor of the state Department f Conservation. Raisch, who sue- eeds Ralph Wilcox, will take of- ice Sunday. Baseball Standings By United Press International National League W. L. Pel. GB 50 28 !Los Angeles San Francisco Pittsburgh St. Louis Cincinnati Milwaukee Philadelphia Houston Chicago New York .841 49 43 42 36 34 31 28 19 V2 5 6 8'/ 3 .636 .581 .568 .535 .486 12 .466 13 .437 15V4 .364 21'/2 .268 -a 1 /. Saturday's Games Chicago at.Milwaukee Philadelphia at San Francisco Pittsburgh at St. Louis, night Cincinnati at Houston, night New York at Los Angeles, nigh American League W. L. Pet. GB Cleveland w York 'Jos Angeles Minnesota Jaltimore Detroit Chicago Kansas City Boston Washington 41 38 40 42 38 35 36 35 »3 24 .577 .559 .556 .553 .521 .50(1 .480 .467 .452 l'/4 I'/a l J /2 4 5'/j 7 8 9 .338 17 Saturday's Games Los Angeles .at New York Cleveland at Chicago Kansas City at Boston Minnesota at Washington, night Detroit at Baltimore, 2, twi-nigh BR WINS GO TO BRAVES, TRI'BE The Eaigles Braves nicked tfo Elks Cubs 3-1 and the Alpha In dians edged past the Kain Dod gers 5-4 in a pair of Babe Rut] baseball games at Riverside park Thursday night. Dave Porter hurled the win for :he Braves fanning 11 batters Lee Gaumer helped him with a double. Tim McLochlin and Lon nie Brewer hit doubles for th' lubs. Mike White led the Indians drivi with a double and three singles Steve-Pankow hit a double for leh Dodgers. Braves 100,010,1—34 Cubs 000,000,1-144 Porter and Gaumer, Apt; Baue; and .McLochlin. Indians 111,20—542 Dodgers ,121,(M—4 8 Rohrbaugh and Maple; Pankow Fettig and Adams. CAMDEN GIBLS WIN The Camden girls defeated Tip ton Tp. Tigerettes 34-19 in a tri county league game at Camde Thursday. The Camden team i seeking games with 'high schoo girls teams in this area. The Cam den men's softball .team- als wants games which can be ar ranged by contacting Glen Beigh ler at Camden. R H 34 28 19 17 Vibbert an An Indianapolis newspaper columnist told this one. Seems Paul Hillsman, of rural route 1, Macy, was looking for a cheap form of transportation over the water, and found it. The formula: a galvanized bathtub, rubber inner tube and outboard motor. He says the Conservation Department has approved the craft and added it was built in 1961 with "manufacturer's serious number one". And then there's the story from Pulaski county of the fellow who was fond of fishing and water (ports. He was anxious to buy a boat, - but his wife had decided they couldn't afford one. Arriving home one evening, he calmly announced that he had bought • a Camden Tipton Tp. Smith,, Edging, Hichter; Schmidt and King. By MILTON BICHMAN UPI Sports Writer Casey Stengel and Walt Alston •ent to the mat — and Casey •on — but the Los Angeles Dodg- rs took over first place in: the National League anyway. If it sounds confusing, it was. The managerial tug-of-war de- ighted 19,080 fans at Chavez Ra- rine, who sat for four hours and line minutes Thursday night be- ore big Frank Howard finally ou'bled home Jim Giffiam in the 3th inning to give the Dodgers 54 victory over the New' York Wets. Casey went to ,wor,k in the ighth' inning with the Mets trail- ng 3-1. Pulling out all the stops, rtengel employed four different linen hitters and a pinch runner o score three rims and go ahead, •3. The last of Casey's pinch Mt-J ters — and his personal favorite —Rod KaneM, singled home the two runs that put the last-place Mels in front. • Alston Wasn't Sleeping Alston wasn't s sleeping all this time, eifter. During that feverish eighth, he relieved starter Johnny Podres with Larry Sherry. When Sherry failed to throttle the rally, Alston brought in Ron Per- ranoski, and when, Perranoski gave up a hit and awalk, Alston again called time and summoned Ed Roebuck in from the bullpen. Roebuck proved to be .the right choice. 1 The veteran 30-year-old . right- hander blanked the Mets on tiwo hits and struck out six over the last 5 1-3 innings to record his fifth straight 'triumph without loss. Even though the Dodgers tied the score in the bottom of. '.the eighth on Maury Wills'., triple and Gilliath's. single, 'Casey had his day in the , sun. Wills als'o stole bis 41st base,of the season during the contest.-. Ken MacKenzie, who relieved Al Jackson in the eighth, was the loser. ' • Winning Streaks Broken. Only two other National League games were scheduled, both winding up in: the same score and both being marked by the end of five-game winning streaks. The Philadeliphia" Phillies knocked the San Fcancisco Giants put of ''first place and snapped their five-game winning streak, 7-2, and the Chicago Cubs handed the St. .Louis Cardinals thVir first loss.in six games, 7-2: In the American League, the New York Yankees took over second place and moved wMiin- !'/& games of the idle first-place Cleveland Indians with a 4-2 victory o.ver the Minnesota Twins, the Baltimore Orioles blanked the Chicago White Sox, 6-0, the Los Angeles Angels hopped all over the Boston Red Sox, 19-7, and the Kansas City A's walloped the Washington Senators, 10-7. American League Mdnnesota 000 000 020— 261 New York 000 200 llx— 470 Kralick, Stange (7), Stigman (8), Moore (8) and Battey. Stafford, Clevenger (8), Bridges (8) and Howard. Winner' — Stafford (7-5). Loser — Kralicrk • (5-7). HRs — Maris, Mantle. Los Angeles 070 500 502-19, 810 'Boston 102 000 013— 7 12 2 Grba, Botz (8) and . Rodgers. Schwall, Cisco (2), Fornieles (2), Kolstad (4), Earley (9) and Pag- liaroni. Winner — Grba (4-4). Loser-Schwall (2-9). HR - Wagner. Chicago 000 000 000— 080 Baltimore 111 000 03x— 6 10 0 Zanni, Baumann (3), E. Fisher (7) and Carreon. Barber (6-5) and Triandos. Loser — Zanni (53). HR — B. Robinson. Kansas City 200 013 121-10 18 0 Washington Oil 003 110— 7 13 2 Walker, Wyatt (6), Jones (8) and Azcue. Daniels, Rudolph (1), Kutyna (6), Burnside (7), Hannan (0) and Retzer. Winner — Walker (8-6). Loser — Rudolph (2-3). (Only games scheduled) National League St. Louis 000 000 101— 2 10 4 Chicago 102 010 SOx— 790 Gibson, Bauta (7), Shantz (8) and Sawatski. Koonce (6-2) and Tappe. Loser — Gibson (9-6); HRs-Boyer, Santo. Philadelphia 010 001 302— 7 10 0 San Fran 020 000 000— 2 11 0. Ov?ens, Smith (2) and Dalrymple. Maricha'l, Larsen (8) and Haller. Winner - Smith (1-1). LOSCT — Markhal (11-5). HRs- Demeter 2, Wine, Dalrymple. (IS innings) 'N.Y. 100 000 030 000 0— 4 10 i . L.A. 200 010 010 000 1— 5 10 1 J<ickson, MacKenzie (8) and Taylor. Podres,' L. Sherry (8), iPerranoski (8), Roebuck (8) and 'N. Sherry. Winner — Roebuck (5-0). Loser — MacKenzie (2-3). {Only games scheduled) Only One American Left In Men's Singles Division At Wimbledon Merchants Play Two On Weekend The Logansport Merchants, with enough troubles' as it is, face a manpower shortage Saturday when they travel to Frankfort to take on a winless team in a Central Indiana Baseball League con. test. Manager Jack Steinman said THIS IS A BASKETBALL — Tilings don't have to start that far from scratch for Coaches Jim Jones and Harold Bonsctt at their basketball school at Riverside Park, but the school is devoted to the fundamentals of the game. 50 boys are enrolled in the program. Friday ends the first session of the school and another session will start July 9. Pictured from left to right are Bonsett, Neil Adams, a ninth grader next year, Lee Whittingtoh, ninth, Mike Vesh, eighth, Jones, and Phil Hershbcrger, eighth. (Staff Photo) Friday that several of the players on the team might not be able to make the trip because their jabs prevent them from leaving for the afternoon game. The contest with Frankfort is slated for 3 p.m. Saturday and the team will meet at Bells Sinclair scr vice station at noon. Steinman says Tom Bcason will be on the mound for the Merchants in the Frankfort contest The rest of the starting lineup is unsettled because it is unknown just who will be able to make the trip. The Merchants return home Sunday to face Richmond the Merchants arc expected to b at full strength for that contesl Bob Linzey will have the pitchiii, chores in the contest at River side Park: Logansport has a 1-6 record the CEBL to date. Hawkins Paces Western Open With 68; Nicklaus 70; Palmer 73 CHICAGO (UPI)— Fred Hawkins, the slender Texan looking for tlis first tournament victory since 1956,. led the field today's . second round play of the $50,000 Western Open golf championship. SOLONS, CARDS TAKE LL WINS The National Bank. Senators tripped the'Coco-Cola Dodgers 10-7 and the Schiff Cards .halted the Herman Panthers 15-8 in a pair' of Little League baseball games at Grain Field Thursday night. The. Senators got. only four hits but made them count as Fred Zimmerman clouted a triple to send home three runs. For the Dodgers John Chadwick which included eight one-stroke greens and carried 'him to four birdies on the par 71 layout. "My drives had been getting into the most trouble lately," Hawkins said. "I practiced tee shots all last week and it looks as if its paying off." He has been in 18 tournaments this year and his best effort was triple and doubles. Bob Pitman got two In the nightcap the Cards took an early lead and made it hold u$ all the way. Gary Baker hit a triple and double, Dick Wells a double and Terry Gish a triple to pace the winning Cards. Mike Harris led the Panthers with a double. ' Summary: R H E Senators ....,10 4. 1 Dodgers , 7 8 2 Kiesling and Chapman; 1 Sailors, Chadwick and Nelsor), 1 . 1 Cards .: ,.,.15 11 2 Panthers 8 5.0 Brubaker and Baker; Carter, Galloway and Buskirk. V-F-W Bar-B-Q & Guest Night SATURDAY, JUME 30 CHICKEN $1.25... RIBS $1.50 BAR-B-Q 5:30 to 8:30 DANCING . . . ROBIN WOLF BAND 9:30 to 12:30 EVERYBODY WELCOME By his own reckoning, Hawkins owned his pace setting 68 to arrow-true drives on Medina Coun- Club's didn't pencil thin fairways, mention his putting second place tie Bob Goalby in the Los Angeles Open. This was worth $3,323 toward the $9,555 Hawkins has warned since January 1. Hawkins played the type of steady golf required on National Open champion .Jack Nicklaus and defending Western titlisl Arnold Palmer captured the fancy of a crowd of 13,300. An estimated gallery of 5,000 followed Nicklaus and Palmer who were paired in the same threesome along .with John Barnum. of Belmont, Mich. Nicklaus who defeated Palmer in the National Open playoff, again outshot 'his foe, scoring a one under par 70 compared to Palmer's 73. Only five of the field joined Hawkins in par-busting rounds. At 69's were J a c k y Cupit, Charles Sifford, and Paul Harney. Moon 'Muffins- pulled in with a 70 •to tie Nicklflus. The surviving field of 131 will be trimmed to the 75 low scorers and ties after today's round, i Six players were bunched at 71 and 11 at 72. Among the 71 shooters were Dow Finsterwald, Randy Glover and Sam Snead. George Bayer, Player with 72: Bill Casper were the name and Gary players COMPLETE Car Wash c NO EXTRA'S With 12 Golti of Gas at Regular Prices Steam Clean Tires r Wax Wash Entire Car • Rinse and Dry • Vacuum and Clean Interior. FAST CAR WASH Four Girls Left In "World Series By HENRY W. THORNBEREY UPI Sports Writer WIMBLEDON, England (UPI) —The United States contingent in he singles divisions of the Wim- iledon tennis championships today was reduced to five players after only four d.ays of compel!'on. FraYik Froehling, a skinny col- ege student from Coral Gables, Ha., was the lone Yank survivor .11 the men's singles. Billie Wean Vfoffilt, Darlene Hard, Karen rlanlze Susman and Vicky Palmer were the U.S. representatives .n the women's singles. They were all that remained of the 31 Americans—16 men and 15 women—who started singles play Monday in this ancient tournament, which is recognized as the "World Series" of amateur tennis Chuck McKinley of St. Ann Mo.,' who reached the final of la's year's men's singles, bowed ou HAUSSKE'S TRIUMPH The. Hausske's Softball team o Peru, outstanding club for the past few years, thumped the Lo gansport State Hospital squad in a game at Longcliff field Thursday night 11 to 1. John Hoffman pitched the route for the Peru team allowing five hits but fanned 16. Frank Thomas, starting Longcliff pitcher, was hit in the neck by a line drive off the bat of iHoffman in the third inning but the injury w=.s not believed to be serious. Peru collected two home runs, a grand-slammer by Sonny Grant and a solo blast by Mel Myers. R H E Peru Hausske's ....H 15 6 ' 'State Hospital .... 1 5 3 Hoffman and McQuirm, Mannies; Thomas, D. Anary and lies. PISTONS GET LOUGHERV DETROIT (UPD-Kevin Lough ery, former St. John's Universit; star, has signed a contract will the Detroit Pistons of the Nation al Basketball Association. Lough cry was the Pistons' No. 2 draf choice. WINAMAC WINS In a city league Softball game at Fairview park Thursday night Winamac Springs team defeated the Shanks Drive-In soft bailers 6-4. The winners took a 2-0 lead in the opening frame, moved to a 6-1 edge and then halted the Shanks club's last inning rally at threi runs to preserve the victory. Winamac CS Shanks D-I Hamman and R H 6 4 4 6 Anspach; Kuszmaul and Robinson. n Wednesday's second-round, 'his calamity was followed Thurs-' lay by the elimination of Whitney ' leed of Alameda, Calif., Amer- en's No. 1 player, and Davis ' Cupper Dennis Ralston of Bakers- ield, Calif. Hod Laver of Australia, who beat McKinley in last year's final* 'needed only an hour to outclass Rc«d, 64, 6-1, > 6-4. Marty Mulli- jan, another member of the pow- eri'ul Aussie team, fought off three • miitcli points in outlasting Rals*: ton, 3-7, 9-7, 6-3, 2-6, 7-5. Kroehling, a 6-4 beanpole who ; attends Trinity, Tex., University; was left to carry on alone for' Uncle Sam in the men's division • when he turned back Owen Davidson of Australia, 8-6, 7-5, 6-8, 64. ' In tile women's division, Miss'. MciffiU of uong Beach, Calif., followed up her startling upset over toll-ranked Margaret .Smith of Australia by scoring a 7-5, 6-3 victory over her closest friend, Carole Caldwell of Santa Monica, Calif. Miss Hai'd, another Long Beach, Celif., resident, required only 18 minutes to dispose of Holland's Eva De Jong, 6-0, 6-0, and Mrs. Susman, who hails from San Antonio, Tex.,' edged England's Elizabeth Starkie, 7-5, 10-8. The U.S. ranks were further reduced when Rene Schurrman of South Africa rallied to defeat Justina Bricka of St. Louis, Mo., 2-0, 6-1, 6-4, and Deirdre Catt of. 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