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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, July 1, 1957
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Eighteen Ix>g»nsport, Indiana, Pharos-TrflmM Kentucky Stars Out-Run Indiana for 77-76 Win INDIANAPOLIS (-UP) — Kentucky's high school basketball "All-Stars" ended years oi frustration against Indiana today with an unprecedented two-game sweep of the mid-summer series against the Hoosiers. What was considered the finest Blue Grass quintet in 18 years o! this colorful charity classic triumphed over Indiana in a down-to- the-wire thriller here Saturday night, 77-76, to go with its 91-71 lacing of the locals at 'Louisville the week before. That still left Indiana with a 15-4 margin in the overall series dating back to 1940, but Kentucky left little doubt it was the better club this year. Nevertheless, the fighting Hoosiers, sparked by the superb Albert Maxey of Indianapolis Attucks, acclaimed the "Star of Stars," and little Bobby Orrill of Madison gave Kentucky a fight to the finish. With less than four minutes to go, they were all even at 70-70. Then sub John Doninger broke the deadlock for the 14th and final time, Billy Ray Lickert hit a free- throw and Charley Osborne added ia tip-in. Twice more the beefy Osborne deposited tip-ins—and that was just enough to stave off the inspired Hoosiers. The southerners tossed a torrid last break, sparkling passing and expert rebounding at Indiana. And when Bobby Jones, their top re- bounder, fouled out with 8:25 to go, Kentucky mustered the know- how to fill the gap. Majcey topped the scoring with 24 points, including 11 baskets. Jump-shooting Bob Carpenter led Kentucky with 20, and Lickert, closely guarded all night, pitched an 18. John Coalmon of South Bend Central and Orrill were next for the Hoosiers with 18 and 12' points, respectively. Neither team was ahead by more than six points throughout the game. It was primarily Kentucky in the first 20 minutes, but the Hoosiers found themselves after trailing 34-31 at the intermission. Herbie Lee of South Bend Central suddenly found the basket «nd he and Orrill swished in eight consecutive points for a 39-34 lead. That's.as far as Indiana got. Kentucky battled right back and from then on it was a seesaw itruggle until the final seconds. It was also a tremendous victory for colorful Ralph Carlisle, who took over the coaching reins for Kentucky from the veteran Ed Diddle for the first time this year. Ford Survives Golf Playoff DETROIT (UP) — Doug Ford, goH's top money winner, was $5,000 richer today but he figured he was lucky to win the 54th Western Open golf championship Sunday in a four-way playoff at Plum Hollow. "I had to be lucky considering all of the easy shots I messed up," Ford said alter besting George Bayer, Gene Littler and Billy Maxwell ia a sudden-death playoff that went only three holes. Ford carried a one-stroke lead into the final round but slipped to a one-over-ipar 72 on the final round to wind up at 279 for the regulation 72 holes. That enabled Bayer, LitHer and Maxwell to move into a tie and force the sudden death playoff. KENTUCKY G Fiser, f 1 Slusher, f 0 Turner, f 2 Jones, e 5 Doninger, c 2 Carpenter, g 8 Osborne, c-f 3 Lickert, g , 5 Etacey, g 0 Craig, g 2 Totals 28 INDIANA G Coalmon, f 5 Luckenbill, f 2 Dardecn, f 0 Blackwell, £ ..2 Perigo, c .1 Horn, c 1 Lee, g 3 Maxey, g 11 Kaiser, g 1 Orrill, g 3 Totals 29 INDIANA * KENTUCKY f F f 0-022 2-2 2 2 1-1 2 5 3-5 5 13 1-2 3 5 4-6 1 20 1-2 0 7 8-14 1 18 0-0.0 0 1-2 3 5 21-34.19.77 F 3-5 0-0 1-2 1-2 1-1 0-0 2-2 2-3 2-2 6-10 2 12 18-27 23 76 ..31.45—76 ..34.43—77 P T 3 13 5 4 1 1 3 5 0 3 1 2 3 8 4 24 1 .4 Indians Win Pair From Louisville INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — The seventh-place Indianapolis Indians swept both ends of an American Association baseball doubleheader from Louisville, 2-1 and 4-3, Sunday despite being outhit by the lastjplace Colonels in both games. Louisville outhit the Indians, 8-6, ia the opener, but two of Uie Indians' hits were homers, one by ceiv terfielder JJim Delsing in the fourth. Barry Latman outdueled lefty Don Rudolph to .pick up his seventh victory against five losses. The Colonels have proviided Rudolph with only two runs in the last 25 innings he's pitched. In the second game, Indianapolis scored the winning run in the seventh inning without the aid of a hit. Ted Beard walked and advanced all the v/ay to third when relief pibcher Rex Jones threw wild on an attempted pickoiff. Two intentional walks loaded the bases and then Jones issued a walk to catcher Sam Hairston to walk in a run. The Colonels outhit Indianapolis, 11-7, m the nightcap. Veteran righthander C1 o y d Boyer, the last of three Indianapolis pitchers, picked up his first victory against no losses. Major League Leaders . National League Player & Club G.ABB. H.Fct. •Fondy, Bitts. 60 242 30 87 .360 •Musial, St.L. 68 272 43 95 .349 Aaron, Milw. 72 306 58 102 .333 Hodges, Bbn. 65 251 37 83 .331 Robinson, Cinci. 70 284 55 93 .327 American League Mantle, N.Y. 69 234 63 90 .385 Williams, Bost. 64 224 52 81 .362 Boyd, Balti. 67 220 40 76 .345 Malzone, Bost. 70 287 33 95 .331 Fox, Chi. 70 271 44 88 .325 Home Rung • National League—Aaron, Braves 23; Musial, Cards 18; Mathews, Braves 16; Snider, Dodgers 15; Crowe, Redlegs 15. American League — Mantle, Ya-nks 21; Williams, Bed Sox 20; Sievers, Senators 18; Maxwell,' Tigers 15; Zerniad, 'Athletics 15. Runs Batted In National League—Aaron, Braves 64; Musial, Cards 60; Hoak, Bed- legs 53; Maays, Giants 48; Crowe, Redlegs 45. American League—Sievera, Senators 57; Mantle, Ya'nks 54;. Mai- zone, Red Sox 52; Skowron, Yanks 52; Jensen, Red Sox 50. Pitching Shantz, Yanks 9-1; Schmidt, Cards 64; Trucks, Athletics 6-1; Buhl, Braves 9-2; Sanford, Phils: 9-2. Today's Sport Parade By OSCAH FRALEY Untied Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, April 1 .(UP) Sure, it's July 1, but the sleepy saga to Jimmy Grippo- the somnolent zephyr known libelously as "Hurricane" Jackson could only be told on April Fool's Day.. So here it' is, April 1, and Jim-' my Grippo, the svengali of sock, is dickering with Jackson's manager to hypnotize the heavyweight challenger. The great Grippo, who •has been compared variously to Machiaveili, Cagliostro and. "Evil Eye" Finkel, promises to make a tiger out of the tabby. . It could be an experiment which kills hypnotism deader than vaudeville. Because there is a feeling here that, with or without .benefit of' hocus-pocus, knockout drops or shotguns, Jackson is going to need somebody to wake him up'—(before and alter the boat wiOh Floyd Patterson—rather than put him to sleep. offered /to post $200,000 for a men's tournament-Uf the gallery is. permitted to move, talk, take pictures or do as it chooses while the players are swinging or putting. Pay To Watch Grippo Trying Anyhow But Grippo, who performs beau- •tyrest marvels without benefit of Miltown-, is a game one. Back in his pre-professixxnal days he was a fight manager. At Chat time he had a box^fighter named Melio Bettina coming up to an important fight and Jimmy decided that under hypnosis he could convince Betttna he was unbeatable The diffiiculty was that Bettina never came out of the trance. He walked in{o the ring, yawned once and before he could close his kisser, was.hit right on the button with a clout whidh extinguished all his .lights. "'This man feels that the golfing competitors are prima donnas," Ed chuckles. "He'd pay that kind of money just to watch their reactions. Doug Ford could take it. But how about such jitterbugs as Cary Middlecoff and Tommy Bolt?" Peggy Kirk of Southern Pines, N.C., leaped out.of bed so exhu- berantty Friday morning before the second round of the Women's Open that she dislocated a rib. An osteopath had to be called to work it back into place—and she went out and shot a second 78 for 156 which qualified her easily 'for today's two final rounds. • • Patty Berg, the veteran of the ladies tour, knows all the angles of traveling — except one. She locked herself out of her automobile and had to -break a window to get in. For the job' she used the putter which let her down with an 80 in the first round. "Now," she said, "we're even." Good Friends Now Jackie Rung Wins, Then Loses Title on Scorecard Mistake NEW YORK (UP)-Mrs. Jackie Pung said today she will ask the United States Golf Assn. "to tigbt-l It must be admitted that Grippo en its scoring rules for women" has done a lot of practicing in the Disc Jockey Gets Onto Police Radio Network WONUDED MAN INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — James H. Jordan, 29, Indianapolis, a suspect in the June 12 shotgun slaying of Peter Allenopoulos, Saturday denied he killed the Chicago jfice worker whose body was found in a ditch along a highway near Seymour. Jordan made the denial to State Police Detective Sgt. Harold E. Chambers in General Hospital wihere he has been under treatment since June-14 for a shotgun wound in his face. Jordan said he shot himself accidentally when police went to his home. AUenopoulos times and his Authorities said they found AUen- opoulos' luggage, mist watch, rings and a camera in Jordan's room at a motel and his car in a nearby parking lot. Mexico Sets Up Group To Aid Economic Climb was shot three throat was cut. Baxter Crowned New NCAA Golf Champion DENVER (UP)—The two long- driving youngsters who met in the finals of the NCAA golf tournament at the Broadmoor course'in Colorado Springs this past weekend are surely destined to become two of the game's future big tourney champions. Rex Baxter Jr., 21 - year - old Houston University senior, defeated Hamilton College's Ward Wottlaufer, also 21, in the finals of their scheduled 36-hole match Saturday. The score was 4 and 2, Baxter, a Walker Cupper and Trans-Mississippi champion, won the match after finishing second a year ago and losing in the finals in 1955. His putting game crushed the confident 205^pound Wetttaufer in the final stages at the Broadmoor. Thomson, Middlecoff Favored in British Open ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (UP)— Fans and oddsmakers alike had eyes only for Australia's Peter Thomson and America's. . Cary Middlecoff in the first qualifying round today for the British Open golf tournament, although as many as 266 players might tee off at the historic St. Andrews course. Thirteen Americans were listed as Ijkely starters, including for* merTJ.S. Open champion Middle- cofif of Memphis, Tenn. Thomson -has won the championship three straight times and is a 5-2 favorite with the bookmakers to repeat; Middlecoff, the second •choice at 5-1, is the only man in the huge field given a real chance to beat the long-hitting Aussie. Llnlon Signs Grid Ooach LINTON (UP)—Union's high school football team will be piloted by William "Doc Bolton, former assistant at Sullivan, next season. Bolton succeeds Dale Scrivnor, who moved to Salem. Ballarin Vs. Provizzi NEW YORK (UP) — Germinal Ballarin, rugged French middleweight, makes his U.S. debut tonight at St. Nicholas. Arena in a 10-rounder with Bob ProVizzi of Freeland, Pa, Their bout will be televised by DuMont at 10:30 p.m. e.d.t. Ballarin, 27, is favored at 2-1 because of his aggressiveness, ruggedness and punch. Provizzi, 26, is a comparatively light hitter who scored.only five kayoes in his 37 bouts. But he's fast and tricky. in order to avoid a repetition of the mix-up which cost her the U.S. Womens' Open golf championship. At the same time th'e Hawaiian- born housewife revealed that she already had received $2,520 in "consolation money" raised by well-wishers and said, "I'm fully recovered from that ordeal and have no hard feelings." Mrs. Pung was disqualified- after apparently winning the Women's Open championship Saturday when USGA officials discovered a mistake on her scorecard. Betty Jameson of San Antonio, Tex., Mrs. Fung's partner, also wa's disqualified for a similar mistake! and Betsy Rawls of Spartanburg, S.C., was declared the winner. Mrs. Pung and Miss Jameson had signed scorecards crediting them with "fives" on the par-four fourth hole when they actually shot "sixes." Their total cards added correctly, however. The confusion around the scoring table -undoubtedly was a key factor in Saturday's mix - up. It was clear that Mrs. Fung's 72- hole total of 298 was enough for victory and she was besieged by photographers and well-wishers at the Winged Foot Club as she interim. He has hypnotized movie stars, who don't want to be fighters, and ball players, wlio never could fight. But since that sleepy- time night with Bettina he has shied away from pugilists with the grace of a cat burglar on an escalator. But Jimmy, after years of practice, finally is ready to try his Betty Jameson and Jackie U 0 fi n( j ^ Pung, the well - upholstered Ha-1 waiiah golfer, are good friends now but there was a day. When Jackie first hit the ladies' tour she was quite some overweight and one» of her first appearances was on a mountainous California course which caused her to pant and heave" mightily. Miss Jameson, playing in a twosome with her, finally asked the gasping Jackie to move farther away on the green so her panting Hunt Mising Girl / LITTLETON, Mass. (UP)—The search for a missing 14-year-old Roxboro girl entered the third day today. Some 300 S u n d a'y searchers failed to find any trace of her. The girl, Kristin Siemen, has bean missing since she went for a horseback ride Friday. The horse was found tied to a fence but .searchers aided by bloodhounds iand helicopters have been unable hand again and Broidbart, like a hen-peeked husband. What, after ail, can he lose? Already A Subject? There is a suspicion here tlhat he already has started working on Jackson in an effort to trans- walked off the 18th green. Under those conditions, Mrs. Pung and Miss Jameson signed une ..„„, ™f H1 S "/£ oa fc « P^nc-iter ton ronimo, King Kong, Joe Louis and Jackson the Ripper. Certainly it was Jackson's '"G-e- ronimo Day" '.when he showed up for the signing with 'Patterson dolled up in a crimson apache •headband. "Hypnotism and allied suggestive phenomena can prove thsm- selvos to be excellent mediums through which I can endow Hurricane Jackson with th.e necessary advantages" to capture the title," Grippo insists. Could be. But at the risk of being put into a chaise-lounge coma I'd like to make a suggestion. Breidbart. should hire Jimmy to hypnotize Patterson. Even then •the "Hurricane" would be no bet- wouldn't be annoying while Betty was putting. When Jackie went 'home for a visit and was asked whether it was tough on the pro tour, she replied: "Tough? Why one girl even asked me to stop breathing." NEW YORK (-UP) — Chuck of the Washington Sena- has to rate'as the hard luck guy of the year in sports. Everything happens to the handsome Washington pitcher and very little of it is good. This season, with a record of one lonesome victory against 12 defeats, it's been so bad that even the sympathetic opposition keeps telling him to "keep your chin up." Chuck, who has "-been given a total of 18 runs by Washington in even money ' notified the iwo women of the mistake and disqualified both Miss Rawls thereby picked up the $1,800 first-prize money—$720 less than Mrs. Pung already has received in "consolation money." Read the Classified Ads RUPTURE-EASER T.K. n.i. U.S. Pit. Oil IA Plxr BriM Tnktt A Itront, forin-HUtai w.ih.bl. pcrt for rttluclbH Inguinal hornli. Buk lucInK KdJUfUble. Snftpa up In front. AdjtuUbU lei itrnp. Soft, fUt Kroln J»d. No itml or feather bands. For •Mn, wvncn, children. MfttI vrderl |lv« MtMNr* arMnd lowetit purl «f »•«. ilat* rtihl, kit tide. dnal*. BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE 308 4th Phon. 3774 FOR YOUR FLOORS The Best Is Bruce GIRATCD WILL MARB.Y TOKYO (UP) _ U.S. _A-rmy Specialist 3C William S. Girard marry Jiis Japanese sweet- will heart 'Friday in the Army chapel at Camp Whittinglon 40 miles from Maj. Stanley F. Levdn, Girard's legal adviser, said the 21-year-old Ottawa, 111., soldier is "just as nervous as most guys a short time MAMABONECK, N.Y. (UP) Fearless Fraley's, fairway facts Monday Evening, July 1, 195T. against the Red Sox, a trio against the White Sox and two against Detroit. His lone win was against the Cleveland Indians — after 11 straight setbacks. Just before the game, Manager Cookie Lavagetto took Chuck aside and pleaded with the 28- year-old bachelor who lives like a Spartan: "For heavens sake, go out on the town one night and have yourself a ball. Maybe that's what you need." "Thanks, no," Chuck replied. "With my luck I might walk into a telephone pole." A fine high school halfback who, friends say, 1 was one of the best forward passers in scholastic football annals the 6-foot, 195- pounder turned his back on the gridiron to take a $35,000 bonus from the Boston Red Sox. After three winning • seasons he was traded to the White Sox and, after one year was traded to Washington for Mike Fornieles. The following season, 1953, Chuck was laiboring miserably. But Chuck developed a slider, came back for two fair years and then had a poor 4-14 year in 1955. MEXICO SETS 2 col 30 (TO .... MEXICO CITY—Mexico is borrowing some -American ideas to push development of its "backward" economy. With the help of experts from five states, the Mexican government is organizing an American- model .Economic Development Commission to overcome Mexico's 80-year technological' lag. The commission will work on programs to decentralize industry : strengthen provincial economy and slow the migration of Mexicans seeking easier living across the border. One chief goal will be to take part in Mexico's development. Mexican industrialist Antonio Ruiz Galindo, former economy minister Who heads the coinmiS' sion, calls it "the first step in facing a problem thai has slowed' the progress of Mexico." U. S. Experts Consulted Taking its cue from the work of similar groups in Arkansas, Massachusetts and other states, the commission will attempt to organize and plan industrial and economic development on both regional and 'national scale. It will solicit new industries and attempt to steer prospective investors to the most logical and prof- to that of the United States ia 1860-70. The officials said that if Mexico continues its rate of steady progress, by the year 2000 it can catch up with the United States level of 1957. "But the work of the commission should boost our present progress rate considerably," said one member, '"and offers a notable step ia the right direction towards a better industrial and modern life patterned after Mexican needs, using and adapting the invaluable experience of the United Slates." VA Dental Center Has Trained 100 CHICAGO — More than 100 career dental personell from all over the nation have taken postgraduate courses at the Veterans Administration Dental Training Center during ils three years. The training program provides instruction in special problems encountered by VA field stations and a review of the basic principles and latest developments of dentistry. Enrollment is drawn from dentists and auxiliary personell employed by the Veterans Administration dental program. Courses are designed to meet VA itable areas. Easier credit will-bej requ ; rcmenls an( j Delude gerial- marlp flVnilflblft for planned dCVel-lrir-c ncvoMnli-w nnrl anocMiAcinl. and pull it in after him. It even has been a source of worry to Chuck's folks. They made a trip from their Norfolk, Va., home recently to see him and his fretting mother asked: "Gracious, son, what seems to be wrong?" "If I knew, Mom," he told her with a sigh, "I'd sure try to cure H." Has Pitched Well Rival hitters will tell you that there's very little wrong with Stobbs. He has pitched well and been Washington's big hope against the top clubs in league. Chuck doesn't get the the en's Open golf championship: George Zaharias, husband of the late Babe Didriksen; is all shook up at Tommy Armour because the famed silver Scot said that young Wiffi Smith is a better player than the Babe. "The Babe could give Wi'ffi four a side and knock her brains out," George allowed bitterly. "There Tokyo, "it was announced"today."" 1 was never anybody like the Babe and figures from the U.S. Worn-j easy games'. Of his defeats, three before his marriage." Girard's girl friend (Candy) Sueyama, 27. is Haru and-we'll never see another like her. All I can say is that some people forget mighty easily." Ed Carter, who runs both the men's and ladies' professional golf tour's, has a big problem. A nationally known industrialist has Pf. 39c Qt. 6»c Gal. $2.49 Qt. $1.09 MIZAN PRODUCTS 323 Pearl Ph. 4664 Qt. 98e TIMBERLAKE'S and Test-Writ* SHEAFFERS NEWjA BALLPOINT - with -the new exclusive STERLING, SILVER . - rip, "''* writes longer than any ballpoint ever made I _ Smart new styling ..» choice of points. 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The Mexican Economic Development Commission got ils start when Economy Minister Gilberto Loyo invited a group of American experts to give the benefit of their experience in state programs. William P. Rock of the Arkansas Development Commission, Dr. Randall T. Klemme of the Oklahoma Development Commission, Ohio Development Commissioner Prentiss Mooney, Dr. W. H. Caldwell of the Virginia Development Commission and Robert P. Lee of the Connecticut Development Commission' sat down with Mexican officials in the series of meetings held here. SO Years Behind Both government and private enterprise will take an active part on the commission. The fields of research, development, planhing, financing and promotion are represented. Richard Zevada, director of the Bank of Foreign Commerce, said Mexico now realizes it "no longer is practical to fail to plan both government and private enterprise in each and every region of the country." 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