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Ihurcday Evening, May V, LOGANSPORT PUBLIC Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Bevw Berries Nip Hot Dogs For Fifth NCC Victory Logan Retains Lead In Conference Race Tom Shook's Pinch Single Earns 7 to 6 Triumph and Harry Elliott Belts 400-Foot Homer; Richmond Game Is Rained Out. The Berries still headed the North Central Conference baseball race today, after surviving a scare from wintess Frankfort, 7 to 6, Wednesday at the Stadium. Coach Hex Hunter was scheduled to take his club on the 130- rnile trip to Richmond today, but wet grounds has delayed the game until June 1 or June 4. All three remaining games on the LHS schedule are classed in the "crucial" category, since one slip could jerk the North Central conference championship from the Berries' eager grasp. Logan now will prepare for two meetings next week. Marion comes houlser 8 in 5 Innings, off Kressell 2 in 2 1/3 innings (one out when winning run scored). PB—Elliott 3, Gunyon 1. LOB—Frankfort 6, Logan 6. Winning Pitcher—Jones. Loser—Kressell. Umps — Joe Savini and Bill Lehman. Time 2:25. Yesterday's Results American League Cleveland 000 000 000— 042 Boston '100 205 SOx—11 12 0 here on Monday and the Berries Da ] eyi McLish (5), Pitula (6), travel to Anderson Tuesday, both Tomanek (8) and Nixon. Brewer being postponed affairs. (6-2) and White. Loser — Daley Coach Rex Hunter's team enjoys (i-l). HR —Mauch (1st), Williams a 5-1 rating, while Richmond and doth) ~ Marion are a half-game back at| (1st). 4-1 The Giants, however, are confronted with makeup contests against Tech of Indianapolis ana Jefl o£ Lafayette. . Tom Shook, sophomore pmcn- Kansas City Washington 220 120 100— 8 12 2 020 001 201— 6 13 0 Kellner, Burnette (7), Trucks (91 iu ... _ . and Smith. Abernathy, Kemmerer batter and Harry Elliott, the reg-| (3), Byerly (8) and Fitzgerald, ular catcher, produced the key winner — Kellner (1-3). Loser — UJOl i^wv^"— t i , _ swats Wednesday when the Loganberries experienced unexpected resistance from the Hot Dogs. . . . , i i._ r*it /vr*/\n _ New York Shook singled home Pat O'Connor, who had walked and taken Chicago second on Everett Thomas' sacrifice bunt. The winning hit was a line drive into left .field off Frankfort reliever Ray Kressell. Shattering Homer But the fans still talk about Elliott's towering smash, which came| (10 innin g s ) with two mates aboard during^ a Detroit Baltimore Abernathy (1-5). HR —Zeraial 2 (7th and 8th), Power (4th), Lemon (2nd), Sievers <9th). 001 015 010— 8 11 0 000 301 000— 4 10 3 Wilson (s-1) and Lollar. Kuoks, Ditmar (6), Byrne (6) and Berra. Loser — Kuoks (1-4). HR —Fox (2nd). fifth inning rally and gave Logansport a 6 to 2 margin. A similar four-run spurt by Frankfort m the seventh tied the game and forced it into an extra stanza. The ball Elliott propelled far across the 320-foot left field fence, smashed a window in a house rented by Air Force Lieutenant Max Pettijohn. It carried nearly 400 feet, but light wires in the back yard obstructed the flight somewhat. Observers said the ball might have landed on the roof instead. Frankfort jumped to a 2 to 0 lead off sophomore Billy Cuppy when the bottom of the batting order stirred up trouble in the third. The Berries knotted the count on a walk, a bunt single by Dave Loner, a double steal and a single by Elliott. Cuppy opened the Berries' big fifth witli a one-out single. Eddie Watson received a life on a Frankfort srror and after Fred Schuc was called out on strikes, Loner singled to plate Cuppy. Elliott then directed his home run into the previously mentioned window. Righthander Larry Jones came to Cuppy's rescue in the seventh after the Hot Dogs had scored twice and put two runners or. base. Jack Toney's double chased home the tying runs, but Jones set down the visitors without further trouble to gain credit for the victory. Logansport lost three potential runs at the plate during the afternoon—Bill Platt, Cuppy and Elliott all being thwarted by the Hot Dog defense. Tho box score: Frankfort AB R II E Freddy 2b 2101 Kressell cf-p 2111 Decker ss 4110 Gunyon c 3000 Toncy 3b 4011 Moudy ib 3010 Oberhoulser p 3000 Snyder cf 1000 Scott rf 4220 Woods If 4110 Totals . 30 li 7 3 Lognnsporl AB II II K Watson rf 4100 Schue cf 3100 Loner 3b 422 Elliott c 412 Berndt ss 302 O'Connor If 1110 Cart 2b 2000 Sweet 2b 1000 E. Thomas xx 0 0 0 o Platt Ib 3010 Shook zz 1010 Cuppy p 3110 Jones p 0000 Totals 29 7 10 0 xx—Sacrificed for Sweet in 8th. zz—Singled for Platt in 8th. Scoring: Frankfort 002,000,40—6 Logansport 000,240,01—7 RBI—Kressell 2, Decker 2, Toney 2. Loner, Elliott 4, Shook. Home Run—Elliott. Triple—Platt. Doubles—Moudy, Toney. SB—Schue, Loner, Berndt. SAC—O'Connor 2, E. Thomas. SO—by Cuppy 8, by Jones 2, by Oberhoulser 4, by Kressell 1. BB—off Cuppy 5, off Jones 1, off Obenhoulser 2. Hits— off Cuppy G in G 1-3 innings, off Jones 1 in 1 2/3 innings, off Ober- 200 100 001 0— 8 6-0 200 000 001 1— 4 70 Hooft, Lary (9), Aber ('10) and Wilson. Coccarelli, Zuverink (10) and Triandos. Winner —Zuverink (3-0). Loser— Lary (2-G). National League New York 012 000 001>— 4 10 1 Chicago 200 001 000— 381 Gomez, Worllhington (7) and Katt. Rush, Lown (9) and Neeman. Winner —Worthington (3-3). Loser—(Rush (0-5). HR — Long (5th). All-Sports Banquet Tickets Available To General Public Tickets for the Logansport high school all-sports banquet next Wednesday, May 29 at the K of C hall, have been placed on general sale, it was announced today by James Bishop, chairman of the joint service club committee in charge. A limited supply of these tickets are available at the high school office or at Berman's Supply Store, 302 East Market street. They will be distributed on a first-come first-serve basis, according to Bishop. The committee met last night to complete final preparations for the event to honor letter winners of the Berries' seven athletic teams. Most valuable player trophies will be awarded by the coaches to the outstanding individual in football, basketball, cross-country, tennis, golf, baseball and track.. Kenneth (Tug) Wilson, commissioner of Big Ten Athletics, will be the principal speaker. He will lecture on the U. S. Olympic participation and the much-discussed Big Ten aid-to- athletes program. Car Owners To Be Given Extra Time INDIANAPOLIS (UP) —Racing car owners were assured today of extra qualifying time for the Memorial Day 500-<mile race if every car does mot get a chance to make the field this weekend. J. C. Agajanian, vice president of the Championship Car Owners Assn., said the agreement was readied late Wednesday at a meeting with Anton Hulman Jr., Torre Haute, Ind., speedway owner. The car owners sought the additional time because rain washed out all but three hours of qualifying last weekend. Agajanian said Hulman agreed | that if all the qualifying time is 'used up this Saturday and Sunday with some drivers not having a chance to qualify, more time will be granted—probably Monday. Trials to complete the 33-car lineup for the racing classic were scheduled to end next Sunday night, with 24 positions yet to be filled. In the first two days of qualifications last weekend, only nine drivers managed to qualify on Saturday because of intermittent showers, and Sunday was a com. plete washout. Although no clause in the "500" entry blank calls for extra qualifying lime in case of rain, it has Pittsburgh at St. Louis, night, j been Speedway policy to extend Brooklyn Cincinnati 010 000 000— ISO 002 130 MX— 891? Koufax, Bessenl (5), Labine (7), Craig (8) and Walker. Campanella (8). Klippstein (1-3) and Bailey. Losor —Koufax (2-1). HR —JJailcy (5th). (13 innings) Phila. Milw. 002 010 000 000 0— 3 12 2 000 030 000 000 1— 4 12 1 Roberts (3-5) and Lopata. Burdette, Johnson (G), Buhl do), Pizarro (12) and CrandaU, Rice (10). Winner —Pkarro (2-2). lift—Bou- clicc (5th), Malhews (7th), Tanner (1st). postponed rain. Golfers Test Tough Kansas City Links KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP) — Most of the nation's leading money players headed by Masters champion Doug Ford tee off today in tho $22,000 Kansas City Open with Hillcrest Country Club's first hole a big factor. Many fine golfers have been provoked to pouting over their putters after a tilt with the 250- yard hole, one of the toughest par- time trials at least until a full field of cars is assured. The inclement weather also lias •been interfering wilih car testing and familiarization runs by drivers on the 2%-mile oval track. The oval was open for only 70 minutes Wednesday, and a dozen drivers took advantage of the break in the weather for shakedown runs. The fastest lap was turned in by Tony Bettenhausen, Tinley Pork, 111., at 143 m.p.h. in one of the sleek Novi cars. Farouk's Treasure For Sale CAIRO (UP) —The remains of n i i • . t , — , - vsm.1VI/ \ UA / —"AJIU IClll'Uinn V/L 3 tests m the country On y a per- ox . Ki Farouk .. s treasure' will fcctly played too Shot wil ronrrh ... __ Tt.- ,:__ ,_•,__,_ i •, fcctly played too shot will reach tile large green surrounded by trees, ditcheu and traps. The fairway is narrow and razor-backed. The outstanding field of 150 includes Arnold Palmer, Art Wall Jr., Billy Casper Jr., Don January, Gene Littler, Bob Rosburg, OJBud Holschcr, Marty Fu rgol, - Paul Harney, Jay Hebert, Texas twins Billy and Bob Maxwell and British Open champion Peter USAC MIDGET RACES • All the cars • All the USAC Stars "&?£ KOKOMO Thomson. BLAST DAMAGES GROCERY HARTSVILLE (L'P)-An explosion damaged a store building on the town square of this Bartholomew County town Wednesday, scattering canned goods over the floor of Naylor's grocery. Accumulation of gas in the basement was blamed for the blast. go on the auction block hero June 14, it was announced today. Money from line sale of jewelry, paintings and other art objects \v.ill go to the government's social services program, the announcement said. LOCAL BOY LEADS PURDUE GOLFERS Cincinnati Milwaukee Brooklyn Philadelphia St. Louis New York ihicago Pittsburgh Logansport's Bill Redding, co-captain of the • Purdue university golf team, discusses the Boilermakers' chances of annexing a third straight Big Ten golC championship at Iowa State this weekend with Coach Sam Volnoff. Bedding, a former LHS athlete, shares the captaincy with Don Granger, of Anderson. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) Major League Leaders National League Player & Club G. AB R.K H. Pet. Aaron, Milw. , 30 131 32 46 .351 Robinson, Cinci. 30 181 '27 46 .351 Musial, St.L. 29 121 16 42 .347 Hoak, Cinci. 32 107 18 37 ,346 Groat, Pitts. 29 116 16 40 .345 American League Williams, Bost. 28 99 22 40 .404 Mantle, N.Y. 29 95 23 35 ,3S8 I, Dili. 28 106 21 38 .358 Bertoia, Del. 31 106 11 37 .349 Simpsn, K.City 33 120 W 40 .333 Home Runs National League — Aaron, Braves H; Moon, Cards 9; Sauer, Hants 7; Mathews, Braves 7; Adcock, Braves, Robinson, Redlegs, Crowe, Redlogs, Snider, Dodgers, all 6. American League — Williams, d Sox 10; Sievors, Senators S; Zernial, Athletics 8; Mantle, Yanks 7; (Five tied with 5 each). Runs Batted In National League — Aaron, Bravos 20; Furillo, Dodgers 29; Sauer, Giants 22; Hoak, Redlegs 22. American Lc a g u c — Sievers, Senators 27; Doby, White Sox 24; lonscn, Red Sox 22; Simpson, Athletics 21; Zornial, Athletics 21. Pitching Trucks, Athletics 5-0; Narleski, Indians, Zuverink, Orioles, Labine, Dodgers, D r y s d a 1 e , Dodgers, Gross, Redlegs, all 3-0. MARLENE FAVORED ASHEVILLE, N. C. (UP)—Marlone Bauer Haggc of Dallas, Tex., was the logical favorite as plaj began today in the first annual Land of the Sky Women's Open golf tournament. However, the sentimental choice was school teacher Marge Burns, the North Carolina state amateur champion from Greensboro, who has a thorough knowledge of the oca! G,200-yard, par-71 course. otth» 408 E. Market NOTICE! WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS AT OUR NEW LOCATION 416 High St JOIN THE SAFE DRIVER LEAGUE B.F.Goodrich Indians Gain .500 Rating OMAHA, Neb. (UP)—The Indianapolis Indians made their own breaks Wednesday night to beat Omaha, 4-3. Al Papai pitched his first complete game in six tries this season to rack up his third win. Ted Beard was the running star of the game. In the first inning he stole second. This put him in scoring position when Jim Delsing smashed a two-out double. In the fifth Beard stretched a long blow into a triple and then came home with the winning run when the relay got away from third baseman Ranee Pless. Ron Jackson accounted for the other Tribe tallies with a two-run triple in the third. The victory extended the Tribe winning streak 'to three. And it was the Ihird time in a row an Indian pitcher was able to go the route. Papai gave up only one earned run as the Indians' defense made four errors. Major League Standings Chicago ileveland New York • Detroit Boston Kansas City Baltimore Washington American League W. L. Pet. GB 20 7 .741 . 18 11 .621 3 17 12 .586 4 17 16 .515 6 16 16 ,500 6% 14 19 .424 9 12 17 .414 9 9 25 .265 14^ Thursday's Probable Pitchers • (no games scheduled) Friday's Games Detroit at Kansas City, night ihioago at Cleveland, night Washington at New York Boston at Baltimore, night National League W. L. Pet. GB 22 10 .688 19 10 .655 114 .621 2'/4 .552 4% 13 16 .448 7V4 14 18 .438 8 8 19 .296 11 8 21 .276 12 18 11 16 13 Thursday's Probable Pitchers St. Louis at Cincinnati (night) -Jones (2-2) vs Gross (3-0) (only game scheduled) Friday's Games New York at Brooklyn, night Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, night Milwaukee at Chiacgo St. Louis at Cincinnati, night. American Association W. L. Pet. . 23 10 , 21 U Wichita St. Paul Minneapolis Indianapolis 18 18 Charleston 1621 .697 .656 . 23 13 .1339 Omaha .500 .432 . 14 19 .424 .414 .219 Denver 12 Louisville 7 25 Wednesday's Results Indianapolis 4 Omaha 3 Louisville 10. St. Paul 8 Minneapolis 7 Charleston 2 Wichita at Denver, ppd, wet grounds. Today's Gnmc» Wichita at St. Paul ' Indianapolis at Minneapolis Louisvilleat Omaha Charleston at Denver Twelve Mile Will Pick Little Leaguers TWELVE MILE - Four Little League teams will be selected after the second tryout scheduled Thursday night at 8 p.m. at the Twelve Mile baseball diamond. Another practice session will be conducted Saturday morning with eaguc play beginning the week of June 6. All coaches, boys, umpires and assistants are asked to report for ho workout. Klippstein Returns To Haunt Dodgers Johnny Klippstein, an ex-farmhand who never got.a chance to make the grade in Brooklyn, has the Dodgers convinced today he's definitely "big league." Klippstein, who was drafted out of the Dodgers' vast farm system back in 1950, has come back to haunt them with no less than eight victories in the last three years. He came through Wednesday night with a nifty five-hitter that gave the Cincinnati Redlegs an 8-1 triumph over the National League champions. It was a key victory for the Red- legs because it snapped the Dodgers' five-game winning streak and dropped Brooidyn into third place. It enabled the Redlegs to retain their game and a half lead over the Milwaukee Braves, who scored a 4-3, 13-inning triumph over the Philadelphia Phillies. The New York Giants edged out the Chicago Cubs, 4-3, in the only other National League activity. The Chicago White Sox made it two in a row over the New York Yankees, 8-4, the Boston Red Sox tied a league record of four homers in one inning as they routed the Cleveland Indians, 11-0, the Baltimore Orioles nipped the Detroit Tigers, 4-3, in JO innings and Lane Knocks Out Toothpick Brown DETROIT (UP)—Kenny Lane, the No. 1 lightweight contender, today was a fighter with no place to go after scoring a "perfect fight" sixlh-r o u n d knockout of Henry (Toolrpiek) Brown Wednesday night. Lane, 24, Muskcgon-Big Rapids, the Kansas City Athletics whipped the Washington Senators, ff-G, in the American League. Rain Delays Play Klippstein, who had an 0-3 record and was kayoed in his four previous starts, turned in one of the best games by a Redleg pitcher this year. He yielded the Dodgers' run in the second inning but shut them out with two hits after play was hailed by rain for an hour and 42 minutes in the middle of the fifth inning. The Braves pulled out their game with the Phillies, after trailing 3-0, on the wings of a three- run homer by Ed Mathcws in the fifth and Chuck Tanner's first round-tripper of the year in the 13th. The' blows, nth and 12th homers off Robin Roberts this season, were backed up by strong Milwaukee relief -pitching, which shut out the Phillies the last eight innings. Rookie Juan Pizarro, who took over in Hie 12th, won bis second game while the loss was Roberts' fifth. He has Iliree victories. Red Schoendienst's ninth inning single following a double by Daryl Spencer gave the Giants their victory after a homer by Dale Long produced a 3-3 lie in the sixth. Relief pitcher Al Worthington won his third decision while Bob Rush suffered his fifth straight loss of the season. Wilson Wins No. 5 Jim Wilson, 35-year old right- hander, went Uie distance for his fifth win as the go-go While Sox took advantage of two errors by Billy Martin and a three-base muff by Mickey Mantle to score five unearned runs and stretch their winning streak to nine Mich., 'southpaw, displayed a bat- i straight games. The victory stretched the White Sox' first- fling, powerful attack as he battered Brown to near helplessness before putting him away with a short jolting righthand smash. The weights were Lane 13054, Brown 137. A crowd of 2,398 paid $2,856 to see the nationally televised Olyra- pia Stadium bout. Lane's co - managers, Jack Kearns and Pete Pelroskcy, were all smiles, hoping the sensational finish would make their boy a TV drawing card and force lightweight chami) Joe Brown or another headliner into the ring with Lane. The champ, however, is already committed to a June fight with Orlando Zuluela, beaten by Lane. OPTIMISTS TO DRILL Members of the Little League Optimist baseball team will practice at 1:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at Tower park. Co-Managers Don Grubbs and Bill Knmsly urged the boys to report, rain or shine. Arkansas Jeads the nation in the production of red gum, onk and hickory lumber. place load to three games and dropped the slumping Yankees four games off the AL pace. Gene Maud:, Ted Williams, Dick Gcrnerl and Frank Malzone all homered in the sixth inning, tying Hie AL record for one inning and making it easy for Tom Brewer to breeze to his sixth win for the Rod Sox. Cal McLish was the victim of the four homers—a major league mark for round - trippers oH one pitcher in an inning. Pinch - hitter Al Pilarcik's scratch hit scored Tito Franccna with the winning run for Ihe Orioles. George Zuverink gained tho decision in relief while Ft a n k Lary, appearing in relief for tho first time this year, suffered his sixth loss compared to two wins. Gus Zernial ended the Athletics' siring of 29 consecutive scoreless innings with a two-run first-inning homer and puved the way for Alex Kcllner to win his first game. Zernial also homered in the- seventh for the Athletics and Vie Power connected for his third. Hoy Siovers hit No. 9 and Jim Lemon No. 2 for the Senators. Clear heads agree: Calvert tastes better Ask a clear-headed man about whiskey— and you'll probably learn he prefers the Calvert taste. For the taste you want in whiskey, name your brand—call for Calvert Reserve. Try the Calvert taste in the handy trial size. Only Calvert ffUESumViE Calvert Nothing finer in American tastt CALVERT DIST. CO., N. Y. C. BLENDED WHISKEY • 86 PROOF • 65% QRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS

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