Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 2, 1957 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, July 2, 1957
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Blbt Lofuuport, Indiana, Pharos-Trfbun* Major League Leaders National League Player * Club G. AB B/ HMPci. Fondy, Pitts. 61 246 SO 88 .358 Musial, St.L. 69 275 45 96 .349 Aaron, Milw. 73 311 59 105 .338 Robinson, Cinci. 71 288 55 94 .326 Mays, N.Y. 71 274 55 89 .325 Hodges, Bkn. 66 255 37 83 .325 American League ManUe, N.Y. Williams, Bo»t Eoyd, Balti. Xlalzone, Bost. Fox, Chi. Lemon, Wash. 70 238 64 92 .387 65 228 53 82 .360 68 225 40 76 .338 71 291 33 97 .333 71 27p 44 91 .330 73 283 36 90 .318 have to improve to at least 73 today to qualify. In desperate, straits were Larry Carpenter of Springfield, • N.J. (79); Jimmy E. Thompson of Bakers/ield, Calif. (80), Tom Draper of Detroit (80), and Johnny Musser of Baltimore, Md. (81). Sport Parade By Oncar Traley United Prc«i Sporti Writer NEW YORK (UP) — Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick said today that the method of selecting the All-Star teams 1 , would, be discussed at the major league winter meetings as result* of the Cincinnati ballot box stuffing and it seems obvious that there are at least two better systems. The fan pays the baseball! freight and it would be ideal if he could fairly select the All-Star learn. But the way they did it in Cincinnati made old Tammany | Hall look like a bunch of amateurs and proved that as of the moment it's a complete farce. Frick admits that something will have to be done to "tighten 'FIVE, FOUR, THREE/TWO, ONE . . / Home Runs National League—Aaron, Braves 24; Musial, Cards 18;*Mathews, Braves 16: Snid«r, Dodgers 15; Crowe, Rediegs 15. American League — ManUe, 22; Williams, Red Sox 20; Sievers, Senators 18; Maxwell, Tigers 16; Zernial, Athletics 15. Runs Batted I' National League—Aaro:.., Braves — _ 65; Musial, Cards 60; Hoak, Red- it up"-and there are . tw ° g ° od j Ballaritl'Wins U legs 53; Mays, Giants 48; Ennis, ways to come up with better oaiiarm YT ins u. Highway Worker Crushed to Death ROSEDALE, Ind. (UP)—Heavy rocks crushed a Parke County lighway department worker repairing flood damage on a county road north of here Monday. State Police said John Newton Hartman, 57, Bridgeton, was throwing heavy rocks into a fill to shore up a weakened culvert. The culvert gave, way and the truck shifted, ' State Police said Hartman either jumped or was thrown into a small creek. The stones from the fill rolled down on top of Hartman,- killing him instantly. Tuesday Evening, July 1, I9ST. group. He replaces Rep. Allan IVeir (R-Muncie). Handley also appointed three! persons to the State Board ofj Beauty .CuIturisU—Dr. George j Avery, Indianapolis; Mrs. Irene Prosch, Indianapolis, and Mrs. Anna Cline, Cprydon. A Up toeing learn of scientists disarmed an atomic tost bomb which failed to' go off at Yucca Flat, Nev. Fear and confusion spread amid thousands of Marine* (above) and observers on the firing range when the bomb failed to explode atop a 500-fnot steel tower. (International.) with Cards 47. 'teams. American League-Sievers, Sen- Let Big Leaguers Do II ators 57; Mantle, Yanks 55; Mal-i The first would be to let the :one. Red'Sox 53; Skowron, Yanks' managers choose the All - .Star 52; Jensen, Red Sox 51. Pitching j teams but without selecting any of their own team members. Debut in 10-Rounder NEW YORK (UP) — Middleweight Germinal B a 11 a r i n of France made an unimpressive Recover Last Body In Airplane Crash CHICAGO (UP)—The body of. a woman tentatively identified as | American debut while outpointing!Mrs. Kenneth .Robbins, El'khart, Pitching | of , lhel 'i; own t ?? m , me P™ rs - .,, Bob PromM Monday night, but! wa s found by Chicago police Mon- Shantz, Yanks 9-1; S c h m I d t, Another method.which wp» 0| provizzi admits, "I found him day night on the shores of Lake Cards 6-1; Trucks, Athletics B-l; I be fair and equitable would be to. toughor tn a n Sugar Ray Ro bin- Sanford. Phils 9-2; Bunning, Ti- allow each mafer leaguer to pick' - gers 9-2. American Golfers Flounder in British Open Qualifications ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (UP) —Four of 11 American entries faced almost certain elimination and three others, including top an All-Star team — again without being allowed to name anyone from his own team. At any rale, the Cincinnati landslide proved that the current system is ludicrous. Disproportionate voting would have placed Rod- legs in seven of the eight fielding positions. There were 500,000 votes from Cincinnati alrme in the last week. hopeful Cary Middleeoff, were!Of these, 481,882 were For Don "borderline cases" today in the second qualifying round of the British Open golf championship. Hoak — and you musl remember that last year's top choice, Dale Long of the Pirates, won with on- Thc field will be cut to the low ly 170,744 votes. So Frick (flopped 100 scorers at the end of today's 1 in and knocked off three ot the single round for the start of the'.nedlejjs, putting Stan Musial, Wil- thampipnship flight Wednesday, and oniy some very hot shooting lie Mays and Hank Aaron in the lineup. could keep more than four Yanks You can't argue with tho fact "alive." jthat they belong in the lineup. .Seen now as good beta to qualify' But, if you were a Cinlinnal! were former British Amateur (voter, you could argue over champion Frank Stranahan, of To- i whether Frick haa a right to_ do ledo, Ohio, who had a 71 in Monday's first qualifying round; Gene Andrews ot Pacific Pali.sades, Calif. (72); Frank Keck of Champaign, 111. (7.'i); and Jtoacr I'ea cock of Silver Spring, Md. '741. Jn grave danger were Middle- cr/ff, Al Jamison of Lccsburg, Va., ami Al Zimmerman of Phoenix, An'/., each of whom had an opening-round 75. Two years ago the lowest qualifying tic-ore on this course was Hit—and that means these three Yanks probably will l.VI'KltlMTKIt IN Til K MUTATIS <)*• KI.UOV l>. (.'lUTI'IH, IIKCCIANKJ) N"t.l<;ii \n In-.rHhy wlvir/j [Jml I/ar- nli] |;D:UI f YH'jrt »ni\ K!i:h;t/'iJ Ijfilc I'.rllan, IIM <;»'Ailiflliilntriil.ijnt of iliu utmvtt n;tf/n;d 'jHlia", hftvit in'iiinjn t- ••>! ;ujil fllnrj ihiilr riiiul >tc<:«iinl In rimt) Ftflttli-.rnonL of KII.II) uttliun, uml that tli<> niirmi wilt in, inn lift for llu; *x;iwl/JAlJfjw mitt Hcll'iii »t unlit r,'lr- ruil Court, o/i tho Xnljltiy nt .July, JH7, aL which lima nil purnonti Jnt'M'ftMtfld In w.-ild <i:il;itfi ;u'«t rc- fjullhd to HiHiunr In unlil court Illtrt uliow CHII«<!, If any t.lnir'i !M), why f»;il<J ttc<:<ninl should not Itti jipprov- «<1. Ann Hi" li'ilra n! nu.li! tli'Wlnnl •Mifl all nthhl'tt lilt wri-Kt'td lift iLlito rtfjiili'iij to apiMjur mid mft.lni prnof ot th«lr lidlrMitp or i lulrn purl ttt n»l<l «Hlati'. 7IAKOM) IIKAH f.'HITKH, r.'ii-Ailnilnlnlrn.l'ir. HtvitA.ni i n AIM <:ia'i'Kn, (Nj-AilrnlnlHlriltur. T.BHTKH K. WINHI-OW, A\ lorrmy. Cniiai, Nurnhnr MB IK. any what he did. Ballots are ballots and every other city had tho same privilege, of unlimited voting. J'olntj) TJp Fnrco Yet It poinlH up the farcical na- iurc of the tun balloting. Any newspaper or radio station can conduct bal'olinf! by applying to the commiwiioner. Some count Che votes riiligiouoly. It's no secret that others, hurled under an uva- lanclie of hiillols, take a aam-ple, wi;lKih tho rcot and multiply Iho sample by the poundage involved. Warren Cllc.s, Ihc National Lcuaue president, had nuKKailuil that each city he given an equal number or official ballolx. This •would «hiit out Home of the volorH and d»e«n't «eom fair, either. So thci LhouKlii h<?rc in to put U in UIB hiindD ot Ihuse who rcnPy imvo tho innlde Info on who the real All-Slarn are, anyhow — the rtuinnicerH or the phiycr.s. Ballarin's unanimous decision over Provizzi of Freeland, Pa., in their TV 10-roundcr at SI. Nicholas Arena clinched for him another TV fight at Syracuse, N.Y., July 19, wlUi fifth - ranking Rory Calhoun of White Plains, N.Y, Goodman Plays Three Positions for Orioles BALTIMORE (UP)—Billy Goodman is proving to be just as handy with the Baltimore Oriolc.s an he was with the Boston Red Sox. Tho former Red Sox jack-of-all trades played third base, shortstop and right field Monday night ajiainsl the Now York Yankees. He also contributed two singles an Iho Orioles bowed to the work champions, 3-2, In 10 Innings. Read the Classified Ads day night Michigan here. ' Mrs. Robbin,? was one ot four persons who perished on a light plane flight from ElMiart 16 Chicago last March. Bodies of. Ihe other three victims were recovered earlier when they washed ashore between 78th and 7»th Streets here. The woman's body was recov- ered at the end ot 14th Street. Authorities said a description of the missing Elkihart woman and jewelry found on the body strongly indicated it was Mrs. Robbins. Police said Mrs, Hobbins' sister, Mrs. Maxie Gouker, Elkhart, would accompany Dr. G.E. Bowdoin, family physician, to Chicago to make positive identification. The other three victims were Mrs. Robbins' husband, pilot Everett Tourjee, Mishawakn, and Mrs. Paul Emmcrt, Elkhart. • Johnson Re-Apoointed Traffic Study Chief INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Gov. Handley today 'reappointed State Rep. Phillip C. Johnson (R- Mooresville) to his Traffic Safety Study Commission. Johnson has been commission chairman for several, years. Handley also named to the commission James D. Blythe, Indianapolis, succeeding William P. Cooling, Indianapolis; and Sen. Martha Burnett, (R-indiar.npolis), succeeding Sen. Paul Boyle (D- Sullivan). House Speaker George Diencr named Rep. Robert Gramelspacher (D-Jasper) to the same Future Hpmemakers Convene at Purdue LAFAYETTE (UP) - Dr. H.T. Christensen, head of the Purdue sociology department, was to discuss characteristics of teen-agers today at the general session of the I Future Homemakers of America at the university. Carol An Pierson, 17, Godfrey, 111., president of the organization, urged more than 300 delegates at the opening session of (lie. 1957 nalional FHA meeting Monday "to do their parl now in making a true peace." She told the group "it is imperative we have sympathy, understanding, love and common sens* in home and family living." Delegates were scheduled to take part in group discussions on money management, -human understanding and family recreation in other sessions today. Judy Stipe, New Ross, president of the state FHA chapter, will welcome delegates on behalf of 7,000 Hoosier members Wednesday when voting delegates will cast ballots for 1957-58 national officers. ^AL. * HIT '" '^jW? wl(h * vtry °" wh " w **™ • — OTC TruM»» and Supparlt. BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE '' 308 - 4th St. Read the Classified Ads Phono 3887 5th & Market Logansport CAU, PRACTICE .SESSION l r arrneris and Mercl»iinl« Bunk Giants of Ihe f.ltlle league bn«e- ball team will hold priicllci: Wwl- nnxiluy' afternoon Falrvlow park. at 1 p.m. at LONG WEEKEND.' MnqPICNIC HOUSE PAINT SALE! EVERKLEEN tell-cloaning House PAIW PRIMATROL tonlrolhd p»n»tratlon PRIME* $5.59 p« s«i. $5.59 •White and 13 colors • Brushes on easily • Lead-free, fume-proof • For priming only • Fills, scab and hides • Only one coat heeded far (letitils about K/irjecs BLISTER PROOF House P«i>it! Paint your house, fence, garage, barn or any wood structure ... BUY NOW AND SAVE AT Logansport Lumber Co. 719 Sp*nc*r Phon« 30*7 Oops! Wo priced this one too low —Price goei up next week. Sue fhls 1951 Chryslor hardtop today. Powlen Sales & Serv. Broadway Al Third NOTICE In observance of 'Fourth of July and by authority of Robert L. McMahan, commioioner of Motor Vehicles, our branch MIL BE CLOSED Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 4—5—6 WE WILL BE OPEN WEDNESDAY (ALL DAY) - JULY 3 from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. AUTO LICENSE BRANCH Ada Arnold, Mgr. Have a nice, safe holiday Take your Newspaper WITH YOU and have when you have your hometown newspaper with you on your vacation! Whatever your interest you'll find something about it in your newspaper . . . International affairs, local happenings, sports, comics, features for men and women—In fact, something for the whole family! Don't miss all this exciting and worthwhile reading material while you are away. Plan to have the Pharos-Tribune delivered to you on your vacation. 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