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Monday Evening, May 27, I95T, LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBR/WW ««»^* **** Tji«inncrtni-f Tnrii'ina WinrncJTVi Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-seven Both Novi Racers Among 33 Qualifiers For "5 • II Nine Cars Bumped In Final Time Trials Pat Flaherty's Qualification Records Remain Intact; Paul Russo and Tony Bettenhausen Put Novis Into Memorial Day Race. INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Pat Flaherty's qualification records remained intact today, but the two Novi pilots and 31 other daring drivers will attempt t- make up for lost time in the 500-mile Memorial Day auto race. None came close to the Ohi- cagoan's 1956 marks of 146.055 and 145.596 m.p.h. for one and four laps, respectively. However, the two powerful Novis served notice they will be among the top threats over the long haul by posting the best speeds during the weekend. Burly Paul Russo, Canoga Park, Calif., negotiated the 10-mile test at an average clip of 144.817 mph Saturday for the best overall showing. Tony Bettenhausen, his teammate from Tinley Park, 111., was fastest Sunday at 142.439 mph. The late Bill Vukovich set the race record of 130.840 mph in 1954. Such Frceland Slowest "500" veterans as Sam —Byerly (2-0). Loser— Byrne (1-2). HR — Lemon (3rd), Yost (2nd), Mantle (9th). (2nd Game) Washington 420 000 000— 672 New York Oil 310 001— 7 12 2 Abernathy, Clevenger (4), Hyde (B) and Berberet, Fitzgerald Turlcy, Ditmar (1), Terry (8). (5), Hanks and Don Freeland, second and thiru, respectively, in 1950; national driving champion Jimmy Bryan, Jim and Dick Rathmann, Andy Linden and Rodger Ward also qualified during the weekend. Freeland had the lowest speed of the field, 139.649 mph. Despite the worst qualification weather in the postwar era, the time trials woundup on schedule late Sunday. Thirty-three of the 70 attempts were made on the final day. Twenty-one cars completed their runs, but only 12 of them barbed into the race-day line-up. And the field's overall speed of 141.444 is more than a mile slower than last year's record average of 142.507. Rain, high winds and smaller tngines made the difference. The field includes 17 brand-new cars—a record—and five rookies. They are Eddie Sachs, Allentown, Pa.; Elmer George, Indianapolis; Mike Magill, Haddonfield, Bill Cheesfeourg, Tucson, and Don Edmunds, Anaheim, Calif. Parsons Ousted A surprise victim among r.he nine cars "humped" by faster roadsters Sunday wa.s the machine | L^r-Formeles <2-5). HR- dnven to fourth place last year v ,. n •by 1950 race winner .Johnnie Par-1 Ve ' non UsU ' sons, Van Nuys, Calif. Cheesbourg,' . ., •who first got Hie knockout blow Yesterday'* Results American League . Game, 10 Innings) IU, Badgers, Spring Sports Hoosiers Take Track Title, Wisconsin Dominates Golf Field, Michigan Wins in Tennis CHICAGO (UP) — Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin were the Big Ten spring sports kings today. The Hoosiers dominated track and field, the •Wolverines walked away with tennis honors and the Chicago 000 000 000 1— 1 6 01 Badgers were the golf masters. Cleveland 000 000 000 0- 0 421 individual honors went to Olym Pierce (7-2) and Lollar. Daley pic track champs Glenn Davis of (1-2) and Hegan. (2nd Game) Chicago ! Ohio State and Greg Bell of Lndi- !ana, Michigan's Davis Cup stand- 020 100 000— 3 9 0: out Barry MacKay, and Purdue's Cleveland 102 100 OOx— 481: pint-sized Joe Campbell who suc- ' cessfully defended his conference golf title with three blistering one- under-par rounds. Bell and his fleeWooted team•mate, Willie May, led Indiana to a 54-point runaway victory in the i Big Ten's annual track meet Sat- ! urday at Northwestern's Dyche Washington 420 020 010— 9 10 0.' Stadium in suburban Evanston. New York 060 100 000- 7 8 0 j Michigan had the tennis title Pascual, Byerly (2) and Berber-i wrapped up even before it swept et. Larsen, Byrne (1), Cicotte (6) I all three divisions of the doubles and Howard, Johnson (9). Winner finals from runnerup Northwestern Harshman, Keegan (3), Staley (7), Howcll (8) and Battey. Tomanek, Narleski (5) and Nixon, Hegan (7). Winner — Narleski (4-0). Loser—Keegan (0-2). HE —Battey (1st), Phillips 2 (2nd & 3rd). (1st Game) Saturday at Evanslon and racked up a 78-point total. Davis Scores 15 Points Wisconsin's four-man golf team wound up play with an eight stroke advantage over second-place Iowa at Iowa City. The Badgers turned in a 1,512 team card total, the Hawkeyes a 1,520, while Michigan Grim '(0) and Howard, Johnson K inished tilird with a 1 > 534 ' and Winner-Grim (5-2). Loser _ I Ohio State was a close fourth with (9). Hyde (1-3). (1st Game) Boston Baltimore la 1,536. I Davis copped personal track | scoring honors. The flashy speed- 020 002 050- 9 13 0 ! ster . an Olympic 400-meLer hurcl- 1( -r. 'Placed second in the 120-yard high hurdles, the 220-yard low hurdles and the broad jump. He 000 000 000— 050 Stone, Delock (B) and Daaley. Moore, O'Dell (6), Houtteman (8), Zuverink (8) and Triandos, berg (9). Winner — Stone Gins (1-2). Loser— Moore (1-3). HR — Consoio (1st). (2nd Game) also took third In the 220-yard dash for a total of 15 points. Campbell held the golf spotlight all the way. He carded rounds of Boston Baltimore 000 OTO 020— 5 200 002 000— 4 i?l and 77 on Friday with the pressure on. and then, wound up Sislcr, Susce (7) and White. Daley (7), Fornielcs, Zuverink and Triandos. Winner — Susce from Al Herman, climbed into another car to dump Parsons. Chuck Weyant, Springfield, HI., end Edmunds also made comebacks in second cars after their original mounts were sidelined Kansas City Maas (0-2) (100 010 000— 1 000 101 Olx— 3 3 1 5 I and House. Carver (3-3) and Smith. HR — Zernial i9th). National Li-ague (1st Gumc) 221 304 010—13 20 1 The other surprise was the faiPPitlHburgh ure of rookie Jud Larson, Tulsa,' Philadlphiu 020120000—5 !) 2 Okla., to make the field in the car; Law, Face (5) and Foiles, Sim- Flaherty drove to victory last i mons. llearn (2), Meyer (3), year. Jtay Crawford, Pasadena, i More-head (5), nogovin (7) and Calif., made throe unsuccessful! Lupata. Winner—Face U-3). Loner attempts in his now car. j— Simmons (3-2). I IK — Baker McWHhcy Crushes ' CinclJ, Rcpulski (3rd), Bowman Also eliminated were Hilly Gar- (4th). roll, Los Angeles; George Amick, (2ml UnniiO Venice, Calif.; Uompsey Wilson, Hawthorne, Calif,; Danny Kladi.s, Jimmie Davies, Chicago, and Pacoima, Calif. Klaclis was in the only foreign creation pushed to the starting line. His MascrtiU won the hill climb at San Romo, Italy, last year but was clocked at a .snail's pace of 124.412. There were no accidents Sunday, but rookie Jim McWilhey, Anderson, Ind., hit warm-up lap the the previous day. The car was badly damaged but McWithey escaped Injuries. with minor FOP Beats Kokomo, 7-1 Exploding for four runs in the third inning Sunday afternoon, the Lngansport Fraternal Order ofi. Police club defeated the Carver I Center of Kokomo, 7 to 1, at Riverside park. Doubles by Bell and Young, a ^ "" Pittsburgh 000 002 100— 3 8 1 Philadlpiiia 300 000 JSlx— (j !) 1 Popper, Purkuy (2), Arroyo (4), King (7) and Hand. G'ardwoM (.'!•«) and Lonnett. Loser—Arroyo (1-5). U'lt—Mazeroski (2nd). Gnme) Milwaukee Chicago 010 000 022— 572 300 000 <10x— 7 12 3 Conley, Phillips (3), MurCf (ID and Crandall. Dnrll (3-4) and Neeman. Loser— Conluy '0-2). II'R — Moryn (3rd), Tanner (2nd), Banks Cramlall (2lld (llllni!) •Milwaukee 1(10 (101 MO— 4 Chicago 000 002 012— 5 Pi/tirro, Crone (ID and Rice. Kiiiglcloii, Klsttm (5), lirosnan (7), Liltlcficld (8) and Nueman. Win- ner—Littlcfidd 12-01. Loser — I'i- zarro (2-3). It'll—MnMn.-ws (llt'h), Nuonian (Btli), Rice (1st). f/mii.s M I ODD 1)40— 072 OtKI 101 llx— 7 10 1 Dieksor., Merrill (7), Wehmcior (Hi, Wilhelm (II) and 11. Smith. .Jeffcoa'. (;)-2> and liailcy. Ixi.ser— Dickson (2-4). MTl — Musial 2 ! h "'j<7th & llthi, Crowe (7th), .I'uffcoal 'i (1st). four tallies. The locals picked upl single runs in the fifth, sixth and' Now Y ork eighth as insurance. Kokomo was blanked until Ihc ninlh when Ihe visitors put together two hits and a walk for a run. Tom Rccsun and Jones combined efforts to stop the Kokomo " u '|1Jsnidcr (7th), Jablonski (2nd) batters on six hits, while I.Dgan- tho 000 (KM 101— 3 10 2 Brooklyn 101 020 Olx— !"> 13 0 Gome/,, Worlhiiigl.on (3), Ufa- sum (7) and Kail. Knufax, Lubine (7) and Campanella. Winner—Koufax (3-1). Loser — dome/, (6-2). eport collected 11. Bull was offensive star wilh throe safeties. Jones chipped in two. The locals will open their Central Indiana booster league schedule next Sunday ul Riverside, hosting the Lafayette entry. Summary: Knkomo .. 000 000 001—1 II 1 l.ognn .. (IKl (111 Olx—7 11 I Evans and Glen; liecson, Jones (0) und Bell. — The W1NNKK TWICE IN ROW SOUTH UKNU (UP)-Joan Niblick, 21, a consistent winner, She was chosen "Miss Soulh Bond" in preliminaries for Ihe "Miss America" contest Saturday night the second successive year. for with two more onc-under-pars Saturday for a 290 total score. Roger Rubcr.tlall of Wisconsin was second with a 291. Mac-key and Dick Potter of Michigan extended their 1056 doubles Drott Fans 15 Braves; Cubs Take Twin Bill 20-Year-Old Rookie Within two of Dizzy Dean's National Strikeout Mark of 17; White Sox Split With Indians. Bookie Dick .Drotl Is making good for the Chicago Cubs but he couldn't be a bigger hero in his native Cincinnati today if he had just discovered a magic cure - all for Ted Kluszewski's aching back. The 20-year-old Drott struck out a season single-game high of 15 batters Sunday to beat, the Milwaukee Braves, 7-5, and the Cubs made it a clean sweep when Ernie Banks' ninth -in ning single produced a 5-4 victory in the nightcap. Drott's performance came within two of Dizzy Dean's National League strikeout mark and within three of Bob Feller's major league record. The two defeats were a bitter blow to the Braves, who dropped into third place as the front-running Redlegs downed the St. Louis Cardinals, 7-6, on pitcher Hal Jeffcoat's eighth-inning homer and Clem Labine's close - out relief pitching enabled the Brooklyn Dodgers to beat the New York Giants, 5-3, and take over second. The Philadelphia Phillies bounced baok from a 13-5 loss to whip the Pittsburgh Pirates, 6-3, in bhe other N.L. games. The Chicago White Sox retained their three - game grip on first place in the American League when they split with the Cleveland Indian* while the New York Yankees and Washington Senators divided tlieir pair. Billy Pierce out- dueled Bud Datey for a 1-0 White Sox victory before relief ace Ray Narleski stopped Chicago, 4-3, and the Yankees downed the Senators, 7-fi, after suffering a 9-7 setback. The Boston Red Sox swept the Baltimore Orioles, 9-0 and 5-4, and the Kansas Oily Athletics beat the Detroit Tigers, 3-1, in the other A.L. activity. Drott, a slim fiieballcr, fanned ITank Aaron and Bill Bruton three times each and walked only one batter in his brilliant performance. The Cubs won the nightcap wilh a two-mi ninth-inning rally capped by Banks' single to give them four .wins in seven games with the Braves this season. JeEFcoat's homer broke a 6-6 tie produced when Stan Musial hit his championships, with victories over second homer of the game and the Northwestern's Keith Andersenioig.hu, grand slam ot nis carcor and Vandy Christie, (i-4, 8-1. Maac-'.[ or |,h e Cardinals. Kay won the singles championships| i, a ],j nc , making'his 16lh appear- for the second successive time. | ance of u , c cam ,p n | Kn go t Willie n.,ll rMnun ItoMn.l Hnvlc I,, , ,, • . , 11 , ) line into a double play seventh inning and then Bl>ll (J10KC 15011111(1 UIIV1S ' Mays Northwestern totaled 38 points to;; n |'| K> " give the Wolverines competition. their closest kept the Giants at bay the rest of Bell, Olympic broad jump cham-| fax , the way to preserve Sandy Kou- pion, captured the meet broad jump crown by bounding 25 feet 214 inches, lie «rbn1)cd nocclc fa Robcl . Lo place in both the 11)0 and 220-yard "* £ , dashes and wound up wilh a 13 L mli point total close on' 'jhc heels of Davis. third victory. The Pirates slugged out a season high of 20 hits, including four Clemenle und three by ndy in their opener but Dun Cm-dwell turned in an eight- hitter and started the PliilliW winning rally with a double in the nightcap. Pierce gained his seventh victory for the While Sox when Luis Aipark;io scored from third on Nulson Fox' infield out in the ,, 10th. In Ihc nightcap, however, The Loganberry golf team, fourth Narlcski shul ()ul Ulc Sox f()J . n . vc in the state finals last year, fuller-|i nn |n R . s l() wjn hif . fol|l . Ul dcci3Jon Pinch-hitter Yogi Hurra's saci'i- Berry Golfers Ninth in State ed on Indianapolis' Riverside course Saturday and finished in a Ik: for ninth place with Evaas- villo. North. fice fly knocked in the winning run for Hie Yankees and gave rc- liof ace Boh Grim his fifth win Combined score by the Berries ,„ u ni ,,,, BlK| B , L d wa.s 1131. .strokes, 22 off the pace | )((ck ^ set by champion Shorlridg-e of In-i n .11 __!• rill f C*,...ll. [1,,.,,l UHl,!. dianapolis. Riley of South Buncl was second with 3011 and Ulonm- itiKton third with 317. Other totals were; Madi.son Heights 31(1, Columbus champions with in 7 1-3 innings of relief in the opener. Dean Stone and lite Delock collaborated in a fivij-liiller ns the in their opener ', . 1 r., v ,ji(.i w '" 1 Bti'lirnoro and Mickey Vor' i li/m iiffiii (lin n! ,«ii.(.iifin r,... ri .-, ,,. , T17 i Ned Carver, u Delniit castoff, Bob Vnlfe paced the Berries W** « tooo-Wlter to «ive the with a 37-'10—77. Don Bcsslgnnno shot a 4(>-40—Itli, John Whita a M-40—7!); and John Wells 4:i-4«— 81). Logansport this season won I Us CHICAGO (IIP) — Chicago Cubs rookie right-hander Dick Drott, who struck out 15 Milwaukee Braves, said today he was so busy trying to keep from being knocked out of the box that he had no idea he was approaching a major league record. "I had a rough enough time staying in the game without keeping count of my strikeouts," he chuckled. "What's more, I wasn't using any- secret weapon, either." Drott said all he did Sunday was "throw the ball over the plate." As it was, Drott, who won't even be 21 until July 1, set a new Cub mark and came within three of tying Cleveland Indian Bob Feller's all-time major league higli of IB, set against the Detroit Tigers in 1038. The top National League figure is 17, credited to Dizzy Dean of the St. Louis Cardinals in a 1933 game with the Cubs. Drott said he threw only fast balls and curves and devoted his full attention to getting the ball in the strike zone. "I don't believe in this tricky stuff," he said. "I figure I have eight men out there beliind me. K I just let the batter hit the ball, the law of averages says he'll be out more limes than he'll be safe." Drott said that until recently his •fast ball was iiis best pitch, but now he's started "working around a lot" with a curve. Drott, who in exactly two years has jumped from Cincinnati's high school league to the majors, struck out every man starting lineup in at ihe Braves' least once, whiffed Del Crandall twice and fanned formidable sluggers Bill Bruton and Hank Aaron three times each. Crandnll got a bR of revenge by hitting a two-run ninth inning homer, but only Johnny Logan, who didn't conic in until the eighth, seemed to escape the siege. Logan slashed a triple and a single. Banker's Handicap Set Memorial Day At Dykeman Links A banker's handicap golf tournament will be the Memorial day Tea- Lure at the Dykeman Municipal links, it was announced today by John Carithers, club manager. Players are invited to register at tho clubhouse for the Thursday tourney and will be per ml tied to lee off at uny lime during the clay. Cariliiers suicl entries alsn are being accepted for the cily golf Lournamenl beginning June II at cither the Dykeman clubhouse or .lie Logansport Country club. A total of 572 players registered during the past week, highlighted by 2211 over the weekend. The registration: Monday • •.. Wi>dn«Hdny Thurnilny . Frldiiy Siinilny .... To! n IK .... 37 ... 75 ....(II ....50 .... 82 ...111 ...117 Starting in 1920. hitters in the major leagues received credit for u home run when the game-winning hit left the park in the In.st of the ninth inning. first sectional golf title in history, finished second to Kokomo in the NCC tourney and second In the La-Porto Invitational. INDUSTRIAL MISHAP FATAL KORT WAYNK (UP)—Charles K. Chaslaln, 51, Fort Wayne, died Sunday in St. Joseph Ifosp'iUil fnini injuries sustained In an industrial accident last Tuesday. Chastain was operating a fork lift at a truck terminal when he was crushed between the lift and a building wall. Read the Classified Ads Indians Smash 19 Hits to Win 14-9 ST. PAUL, Minn. (-UP) Indianapolis Indians stayed ubove the .500 mark and kept in the first j division of the American Associn-' tion Sunday with a 14-9 triumph' over St. Paul. The Indians got 19 hits, high for j the season. They led 2-0 after 3'A innings,- trailed from tho fourth to the eighth and won wilh a six-run i •plurge in tho ninlh. j Kp.ch team hil two homers, one! «( thorn Vlnco Garcia'* In tho j ninth for the Indians. I THERE'S A BONUS FOR YOU- in smoking pleasure when you buy LAFENDRICH CIGARS STILL ONLY 10* y YOU'LL SAY 'La Fendrich's Got It!" Athletics Ihc'ir sixth straight win of the year over the Tigers. If wlfhln not FOOT RELIEF GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK & woiki witar you for M»n and Womtn. So/d Natlonalif Dlff«r*nt from any arch support y°u hav* «v«r worn H you «ro i,ufforlng from arfhfif}) t back or ffg pdiiu, bunions, ealfon* jet , cQIHI, to rt and aching ffft, AND it's comfort you want, It It wall worth your itm« and « trip to our itoro. SAVE YOURSELF MONEY. 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STORES 3rd and E*l River Ave. Dial 3922* Motion, Peru Stars Place In State Meet Monon's mile star, George Harvey, and Peru pole vaulter Terry Trexler both finished third in their respective specialties in the state high school track and field championships at Tech field Saturday, but Logansport freshman sprinter Mike Maple failed to place in the 100-yard dash. Harvey finished behind Russ Lash of Indianapolis Howe, who won the mile in 4:25.3, and Dave Redding of Ft. Wayne South. Trexler tied for third in the pole vault with three other youths behind Dick Finch of Angola! who cleared 12 feet TA inches, and runnerup Ron Nelson of Hammond. Logansport's Maple turned in his best time of the season at 10:3 seconds in the 100, but finished out of the top five in the event, won by Lloyd Robbs of Terre Haute Wiley in 9.9 seconds. Summary of the championships, which Ft. Wayne North won with a modern record of 36 points, follows: 100-yard dash—1, Lloyd Robbs, Terre Haute Wiley. 2, Bill Satterfield, Richmond. 3, Pete Lundell, Fort Wayne North. 4, Curt Childress, Muncie Central. 5, Chris Stavreti, Fort Wayne South. :09.9. 220-yard dash—1, Bill Sailer- field, "Richmond. 2, Lloyd Robbs, Terre Haute Wiley. 3, Gerald Graham, Soutli 'Bend Central. 4, Denny Dcnman, Elkhart. 5, Woody Blaker, Butler. :22.1. 440-yard dash—1, Art DeBow, Terre Haute Gerstmeyer. 2, Pete Lundell, Fort Wayne North. 3, Ron Bowman, Fort Wayne North. 4, Larry Swoatt, Terre Haute Wiley. 5, Jerry Golem, Hammond Tech. :4'J.9. BltO-yard run—1, Frank Gcisl, Fort Wayne North. 2, John Some- son, Gary Mann. 3, Floyd Rollick, Indianapolis Tech. 1, Larry Hawk, Columbus. 5, Jim Mattery, Fort Wayne North. 1:59.4. Mile run—1, Russ Lash, Indianapolis Howe. 2, Dave Redding, Fort Wayne South. :;, George Harvey, Monon. 4, Kenneth Love, Hiilsdale. 5, Gerald Fleece, Marion. 4:25.3. High hurdles—1, John Ronciictli, Mishiiwaka. 2, Dun Howe, Fort Wayne South. :i, Rein Leelmae, Indianapolis Tech. 4, Paul Sluin- wedcl, Colimrbus. 5, Nathaniel Gaines, Gary Froebcl. : 1.5.0. Low hurcilfis—1, Bruce Bubcn- zcr, Lawrence. 2, Larry Reinicr, Terre Hmilc Wiley. 3, Rein Leetmae, Indianapolis Tech. 4, Willie Ford, Gary Froebcl. 5, Dave Lang, Fort Wayne North. :19.9. High jump — 1, Charles Hall, Terre Haute Gcrstmeycr, and Leroy Johnson. Mishawaka (lie), ;ii Ktl Gordon, Griffith, Bill Biialman, Indianapolis Shortridge, anil Jack Krobs, Shelbyvillo (tic). B feet l'/» inches. Broad jump — 1, Dick Rol.sct, Plymouth. 2, Bcnnie Harris, Knsl Chicago Washington. 3, Jack Bur- gnu, Indianapolis Howe, 4, Nat Johnson, Amlursnn. !>, Stan Russell, Terre Haute Gurslmcyor. 22 fce-t % inch. Pole vault—1, Dick Finch, Angola. 2, Ron Nelson, Hammond. 3, Terry Trexler, Peru, Don Townsend, Lynn, Jerokl Bass, Morristown, and Milto Johnson, Anderson (Me). .12 feel. 7Vi inches. Shot put—I, Tom Seiferl, F'orl Wayne North. 2, Larry Courlnc.v, Klwood, .'!, Ronnie Uushton, Inili- Major League Standings Cincinnati Brooklyn Milwaukee Philadelphia St. Louis New York Chicago Pittsburgh National League W. L. Pet. 24 12 20 12 .607 .625 GB 5 2 20 IS .606 2'.4 19 14 .576 3& 15 18 .455 •?>& 16 20 .429 SVi 11 20 .355 lOVi 9 24 .273 13% Monday's Probable PUcbers Brooklyn at Philadelphia (night) — Drysdale (J-l) vs Roberts (3-5). Cincinnati at Milwaukee (night) — Klippstein (1-3) vs Burdelte (5-2). Chicago at St. Louis (night)— Rush (0-5) vs McDaniel (2-2). (Only games scheduled.) Tuesday's Games Philadelphia at New York (nig-ht) Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (night) Cincinnati at Milwaukee (night) Chicago at St. Louis (night) American League W. L. Pet. GB Chicago 22 9 .710 ... Cleveland 20 13 .606 3 New York 20 13 .606 3 Boston 19 17 .528 5M- Detroit 17 18 .486 7 Kansas City 16 19 .457 8 Baltimore 13 20 .394 10 Washington 10 28 .263 1514 Mondty's Probable Pitchers Kansas City at Chicago (night) — 'Kollner (1-3) vs Wilson (5-1). Cleveland at Detroit (night) — Garcia (1-1) vs Lary (2-6). New York at. Boston (night) — Rucks (1-1) vs Brewer (6-2). Baltimore at Washington (2 night) (x)— Brown (1-2) and Johnson (2-4) vs Hernandez (0-0) and Slobbs (0-!)). x-Kirst game is completion of April 21 game suspended by power •failure. Tuesday's Games Kansas Clly at Chicago Cleveland at Detroit Now York at Boston (Only games scheduled.) Pet. .67fi .650 .600 .513 .474 .432 .441 .1119 American Association W. L. Wichila M 12 Minneapolis . 26 14 St. Paul 21 14 Indianapolis 20 19 Omaha i;i 20 Charleston 1!) 23 Denver j, r , JD Louisville 7 30 .S'niiday's Results Minneapolis !l Wii-hiia H •Minneapolis 2 Wichita 1 Indianapolis 14 SI. I'mil !l (1st) Indianapolis at St. Paul 2nd ppd rain •Denver 12 lyoiiisvillo 5 (1st) Denver II Uniisville 4 i2ml> Charleston 10 Omaha 6 Omaha 4 Charleston 3 12ml) Today's C.iunsu Wichita al. Minneapolis Indianapolis al SI. Paul Louisville at Denver Charleston al Omaha Twelve Mile Little League Is Organized Six Little League baseball teams have been organized in Twelve Mile, and action will get underway Thursday, June 6, it has been announced by Richard Reahard. Teams will play under the manager's name, for the present. The 79 boys taking part have been divided with 13 boys each on five of the teams and 14 on the sixth. Each boy is asked to bring $1.50 to cover the cost of insurance for the season. The teams set up are as follows: Manager Howard Corn—Walter Minglin, Bob Dillman, Larry Smith, Mark Maudlin, John Cover, Jerry Lee, Kenny Kitchcll, Dick Nance, Terry Ulerick, Gary Grable, Rudy Gainer, Roger Bailey, Danny Nead, Kenny McMamis. Manager Wally Townsend—Willard Abbott, Larry Burns. Max Moss, Cecil Packard, Jeff Kunkle, Glen Connor, Billy Brown, Dave Anderson, Allen Wallers,' Dick Reed, Stephen Musselman, Tony Martin, Steve Snyder. Manager Jack Rockey—Richard Grable, Roger Jones, Bill Cover, Mike Richardson, Jerry Russell, Sid Cover, Doyle Robertson, Herb Corn, John Maudlin, Bobby Green, Joe Williamson, Ronald Eurit, Richard Harmon. Manager Jerry Lambert—Mike Sullivan, Don Burns, Jeff Moss, Gail Strong. Kenny Ulerick,' Terry Thomson, Richard L'lery, Denny Grable, Ronald Martin, Jimmy Yantis, Mary Enyart, Bobby Johnson, Terry Walker. Manager Fred Skinner — Bill Crim, Herb Martin, Don Anderson, Don Musselman, Terry Benedict, Terry Lowe, Jim Enyart, Don Callendar, John Thomas, David Walker, Billy Smith, Jerry Wright, Stephen Thomas. Manager Dale Skinner—Stanley Fiihl, Richard Bookwaltcr, Tom Crinimins, Marvin driest, Kd Dillman, Gene Fouls, Tom Angle, Ray Slaller, Curlis Long, Jack Burk- hokler, Ronnie Uiwe, Marvin Musall, Mike Cover. The practice schedule for Ibis week is Lambert s {earn on Monday at 0 p.m.; Townsond's on Tuesday al li o'clock niul Corn's on Tuesday al 7. Hockey's lean) on Wednesday at 6:30 anil Ihe two Skinners loams on Friday at 6:30. anaiHilis Tech. 4, Steve Cnhnn, East Chicago Washington, fi, Dick Miller, l'"ort Wayne South. 54 feel •I'/l ilH'lll'S. Milr relay—1, Fort Wayne Norlh (Frank Foist, Jim llaliory, lion Bowman, I'ele Liimloll). 2, Richmond. 3, Gary Hoosevoll. 4. Kill- harl. 5, Terre Haute Gorslmcyor. 2."i.o. Ilall'-inile rulny—1, 'IVrro Maule Wiley (Larry Swoatl, Jerry liar- low, Larry lU'inuir, Lloyd Rubbs). 2, South Bend Central. :i, Gary Roosevelt. 4, Forl Wayne North. 5, Kokwno, 1:31.4. Add Three Players To All-Sfar Roster ' INDIANAPOLIS HUM — Toil Luekcnbill of Klkharl, Josso lilackwoll of Sotilhport, ami Bob Orrill of Madison wcro named to (lie Indiana prep All-Star bastotr ball loam over tho weekend. Two player.-; still wore lo bo named lo Ihe all-senior squ.'id which will play a homo-aniWionitf series wilh iheir Kentucky coim- lerparts laic in Juno. Lik-keabill was varsily center at Kkhart last year and had a career total of lino points scored. Blackwell was (lie sparkplug of Soulh- porl last season as ho tallied 56tt points in :'.,'l names. Orrill hit boiler Ilian •!(> per cent of Ills fioW goal allompts I ho past season anil liad n.'i average of belter than 20 |X)ints per ;;ainc. Lowest priced winner in the 4(5- yoar hislory of Laurel was Alsali. He returned $2.20 when ho won the Hpaldinj; LHWC Jenkins Handicap in I'.HI. 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