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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 3, 1957
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Wednesday Evening, July 3, 1957. Lozansport, Indiana. Phsros-TnbuM Cards' $50,000 Investment Pays Dividend Von McDanie! Begins Faster Than Feller Eighteen-Year-Oid Boasts 4-0 Record and 1.50 Earned Run Average Only Five Weeks After High School Graduation. Rookie Von McDaniel, a WHITE SOX DEFEND TITLE IN NATIONAL LITTLE LEAGUE $50,000 investment by the St. Louis Cardinals, already has paid off with a more spectacular big league beginning than even Bob Feller. When Feller broke in as an awk- wat'd 17-year-old with Cleveland back in 1936, he had a 5-3 record in his first season and a 3.34 earned run average. The 18-year-old MeDaniel, paid • $50,000 bonus upon his high school graduation five weeks ago, already has a 4-0 record with the cards and^ a 1.50 earned run in on the National League lead again. McDaniel retired the first IB Milwaukee batters in a row Tuesday .night in posting a 4-2 victory that moved St. Louis within a game of first place. Accustomed to pitching only seven innings in high school, the Cardinal rookie yielded four hits and hvo runs in the seventh and was replaced by veteran Hoyt Wilhelm in the eighth •when, he gave up another hit. Cincinnati took over first place from the Braves by defeating the Cubs, 8-6, in 10 innings, and the Dodgers blanked the Giants, 6-0. Pittsburgh and Philadelphia were not scheduled. The Yankees maintained their two-game lead in the American League race with an 11-inning 6-4 victory over the Orioles; the White Sox beat the Tigres, 4-2, and Boston moved into third place with a 2-1 decision over Washington. Cleveland and Kansas City were idle. Doubles by George Crowe and Don Hoak coupled with three walks gave the Kedlegs their two runs in, the 10th that beat Chicago. Cincinnati hopped on starter Don Kaiser for five runs in the second inning with (he help of a grand- slam homer by Wally Post but homers by Lee Walls and Ernie Banks enabled Chicago to tie the score. Raul Sanchez was the winner. Forty-year-old Sal Maglie, pitching his first complete game since ihe season opener, limited the Giants to four hits as the Dodgers put together three-run rallies in the third and sixth innings. Errors by shortstop Andre Rodgers and catcher Wes Westrum set up Brooklyn's first rally while Elmer Valos triple and Carl Furillo's double featured the sixth assault. inning Gil MoDougald's two-run double off George Zuverink with two out an the Hth enabled southpaw V/hitey Ford to post his second victory in relief for the Yankees in as many days. The victory was the Yanks' sixth in .a row and came after they had trailed 3-0 until the seventh. Frank Lary of Detroit led 2-1 until the eighth inning when Larry Doby clouted a three-run homer into the left field stands to give the White Sox their victory. Southpaw Billy Pierce pitched a five- hillor for his llth triumph but fell behind when Frank Boiling hom- ered in the seventh. Catcher Sammy White drove in both Boston runs as the Red Sox subdued the Senators even though being held to three hits by Camilo Pascual and Russ Kemmerer. White's fifth inning single lied the score at 1-all and his sacrifice fly brought in Jackie Jenson with the winning run in the seventh. Big Prank Sullivan gave up six hits end struck out seven to register his seventh victory. Norn's Uncertain on Appeal to High Court NEW YORK, (UP)—Boxing men nvcre genuinely surprised today at Jim Norris' uncertainty about appealing -.Federal Judge Sylvester J. Jiyan's final monopoly Judgment to the U. S. Supreme Court. Both Norris and his chief defense attorney, Kenneth C.' ftoyall, •stressed the possibility of no appeal Tuesday night, after Judge Ryan had filed the judgment, designed to break up the Interna- •tional Boxing Club's title monopoly. fight Previously Norris had stated he "certainly" would appeal to the U. S. Supreme Court in case of an adverse verdict. Anyway, Judge Ryan granted their request for a stay of enforcement of his judgment until Nov. 1, in case of an appeal. Should the Supreme Court grant a review of the case, the stay of enforcement woulo automatically be extended until a decision was reached. Ortega Enters Ring Against Baker Tonight MfAMI BEACH (UP)-Second- ranked welterweight Gaspnr Ortega of Mexico City puts his chance for a title shot on the line tonight against fiery underdog Larry Baker of New York in a 10-rounder at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Ortega is a heavy 5-2 favorite to It-ounce the unsung New York fighter in the. nationally-televised Wut scheduled to get under-way st 10 p.m. e.d.t. . The 21-year-old Mexican has been Itching for a title shot at champion Carmen Basilio and may liavc been Basilio's opponent In September had not middleweight champ Sugar Ray Robinson signed lor • light. Cards Take Fifth in Row The Schiff Shoe Store Cardinals remained unbeaten by winning their fifth straight National Division LLB contest at Tower Park, the Optimist Indians won their third victory in American Division play at Grain Field and the Pony League match between the Eagles Braves and Kaih Motor Dodgers was halted in the tentth inning in a controversy over pitching rule at Fairview park in Tuesday's action. The Cardinals broke a 1-1 dead lock with a 7-run explosion in the third inning and went on to whip the Berman Supply Pantl-.ers 16-8 as Bob Bannon .got the longest blow, a leadoff triple in the fifth inning, Lou Stepp pitched all the way for the Cards to chalk up the victory. The Optimist Indians, getting stronger day by day nipped the tough Logan Machine Hed Sox in a hard fought game 2-1 as pitcher Johnny Pabst started it oft with a first inning home run. The Red Sox tied it up .the the third but the Indians got the clincher in the fifth when John Carithers swatted a timely single. Jack Hewitt, Jay Thompson and Bob Reed got singles for the Red Sox. In the' Pony League match the Eagles Braves and Kain Dodgers battled through ' nine innings and were in the tenth when a dispute irose. The Dodgers scored four in the first but the Braves tied it up and finally went ahead 5-4 in the fifth. The Dodgers tied it up 5-5 in the seventh, normally the regular run for Pony loop play. Then in the ninth each team scored once. In the top of the tenth the Braves got a run and after one was out in the bottom of the tenth the Dodgers protested use of Jim Bender as a Brave's hurler under the rule that no pitcher can go more than nine consecutive innings. Bender had relieved Jim Wickersham in the first inning, pitching to one batter and was still on the mound when the game was halted. The protest was taken under advisc- mtnt by league president, Peck Parmeter, and his board, A decision is expected later in this week. Doug Schue had three hits and Bud Panagos four hits for the Braves while Mike Newton had 3 and Garnet Welch got 2 hits for Kain's. Summary: LITTLE LEAGUE Cards Panthers 107,035— 16 013,202— 8 Stcpp and Oxfurth; Winter, Marshall, Gundrum and Bccfcman. Red Sox 001,000—1 3 Indians 100,01x,2 2 Hewitt and Norzlnskay; Pabst and Nunnally. Alston Selects Five Braves for NL Stars CINCINNATI (UP)—Walt Alston, shooting for his second straight All-Star ' victory, placed more faith today in the Milwaukee Braves than he did in his own Brooklyn Dodgers. Alston picked five Milwaukee players for his National League Ail-Star team which meets the American League at St. Louis, July 9, while selecting only three players from his Brooklyn roster. The Milwaukee players Alston minute avalanche of Cincinnati votes that produced seven Redleg starters was not a "typical" All- Star team. The five Cincy starters will bt second baseman Johnny Temple, third baseman Don Hoak, shortstop Roy McMillan, outfielder Frank Robinson and catcher Ed Bailey. • . The remainder of the starting team will have Stan Musial of the Cardinals playing'first base in his chose were pitchers Warren Spahn ! 14th All-Star Game; Willie May* and Lew Burdettc and infielders j of the Giants jn center field, and Eddie Mathews, Johnny Logan and Aaron in right field. Defending champions in the National division of Logansport's Little League are ihesc Pancini White Sox. Front row, left to right, are: Bill Swancy, Jim Loner, Ncai Fisher, Frank Vitcllo, Dick Dariely, Dick Bell. Second row, lett lo right, are: Wayne Hopper, John Pancini, Billy Madonna, Mike Mcc and Don Pcrfetto. Third row, left to rig lit, are: ,Plill Bauer, David McCIoskcy, Tom Pancini, Tim McCloskey. Al (Red) Scho-endienst. Outfielder flank Aaron was on the starting team, so that gave the Braves six players on the squad. From his own club, Alston lamed pitcher Clem Labine, first baseman Gil Hodges and outfielder Gino Cknoli. Alston, rounded out his pitching itaSf with left-handers Curt Simmons of the Phillies and Johnny Antonelli of the Giants, and right- handers Larry Jackson of the Cardinals and Jack Sanford of the Phillies. With five Cincinnati players in the starting lineup already on the strength of votes Uiey polled from the fans, Alston named one more member of the Redlegs to his team, outfielder Gus Bell, Bell was one of the Cincinnati players "dropped" from the NL team last weak by Commissioner Ford Frick because he felt a last- To help Bailey with the catching chores, Alston chose Hal Smith of the Cardinals and Hank Foiies of the Pirates. . Alston also selected infiolder Ernie Banks of the Cubs and'out- fielder Wally nals. Moon of t,he Cardi- Back row are Harry Hopper, coach; Gerald Pancini, sponsor; and Ed Mcc, manager. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Yesterday's Results American League Washington 001 000 000 — 1 6 0 3oston Pascual, 000 010 IQx Kemmerer (8) 230 and Berbcret. Sullivan (7-5) and White, ioser — Pascual (5-9). Chicago Detroit 000 ML 030 — 4 9 3 001 000 100 — 2 5 2 Pierce (11-6) and Moss. Lary 4-10) and House. 10th), Doby (7th). IIRS—Boiling (llth innings) New York 000 000 301. 02 -fi 14 0 Baltimore 002 001 010 00 —4 9 0 Byrne, Cicotte (6), Ditmar (7), Tord Braves PONY LEAGUE 012,110,001,1—7 J. 1 2 Dodg ers_ 400,000,lol,x—6 10 2 (*) One out when game called in last of lOih. Wickersham, Bender (1) and Elliott; Timberman, Newton (7), and Grandstaff, Timberman (7), Grand staff (0). McDonald Puts Halt To Wichita's 8-Game Streak for Indians INDIANAPOLIS (UP) ~ Jim McDonald, out of action since June 3 with a back injury, held the league-leading Wichita Braves to seven hits and snapped their eight-game winning streak Tuesday as he led the Indianapolis Indians to a 5-1 American AKo- ciation victory. McDonald, the third Indianapolis pitcher to. go the route in the last four games, struck out five and walked none as 'he ran his season's record to 2-1. Ocnterfielder Ted Beard was the big gun for the host Tribe as he banged out a triple and two singles in addition to drawing a walk. He had four straight hits against Louisville the previous night, and has now been on base eight times in a row. Vic Hehm, the first of throe Wichita pitchers, took the Toss. He v/as injured in the second inning and was forced to leave the game when hit by a line drive off the bat of shortstop Jose Valdiviclso. Wichita scored its only run of the game in the seventh on a double by rightfieldor Bob Hartsfield and a single by catcher Ray Hoi ton. Twelve Mile Edges Meteo in 2-1 Thriller METEA - Twelve Mile scored twice in the third inning to edge Metea, 2 to 1 in a tight pitcher's dual lo win a summer baseball league game here Tuesday night. The Hornets tallied their only run In the first on Bob Wagoner's single. Metea will play Washington Township at 1:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Fairview- park. Summary: Twelve Mile 002 00—Z 4 • Metea 100 00—1 1 1 Moss and Winegardner; C. Fowler and G. Fowler. (8) and Bsrra. Johnson, n (9), Zuverink (11) and Criandos, Winner — Ford (4-1). Loser — Lehman (1-1). (Only 'Games Scheduled,) National League (10 innings) Cincinnati 050 000 010 2 — 8 12 0 Chicago 009 200 100 0 —6 12 0 Gross, Freeman (3), Lawrence (7), Sanchez (B) and Bailey. Kaiser, Liltlefield (2) Hillman (S), Brosnan (9), Lown UO) and Neeman. Winer — Sanchez (3-1), Soser — Brosnan (0-2). HRS— Post tilth), Walls (2nd), Banks (15th). Brooklyn New York 003 003 000 —B 9 1 000 000 000 —0 4 3 000 000 200 —2 5 2 Maglie (3-1.) and Campanella. Barclay, Worthingtnn ((i), Monzant (7), Davis (9) and WosLrum. Loser —Barclay (4-6), Milwaukee St. Louis Spahn, Johnson (8) and Crandall. V. McDaniel, Wilhelm (fl) and H. Smith. Winner — V. Mc- Daniol (4-0). Loser — Spahn (8-0) HR — Ennis (llth). (Only Games Scheduled.) 001 020 lOx • 112 1 Softball STATE KC MEET HERE The annual Indiana State Council Knighls of Columbus soflball tournament will be staged in Logansport on Saturday and Sunday, August 3 and 4 it is announced by Tony Vitello, local K. C, Grand Don Kistler Joins No-Hit Parade in Recreation League The third no-hitter In two days occurred in Minor League baseball of the summer recreation program at Fairview park Tuesday morning when Don Kistler beat back the tough Cardinals 5-4 without allowing them a blow to help his Indians win. , The lilt was one of tour played during Ihe day. The Indians got only two hits off Mac Ison, who tossed a no-hitter only yesterday. One was a triple by Dana Gilsinger and the olher a double by Eddie Keplinger. In the afternoon at Jefferson street field, the Dodgers bested the Phillies 12-7 whacked out as Dave three hits Major League Standings American League W. L. Pet. GB New York Chicago Boston Cleveland Detroit Baltimore Kansas City Washington 46 25 44 27 39 34 37 33 3(> 36 34 37 20 44 25 51 Ron Jackson Eyes Return To White Sox KDIAXAJPOLIS (UP)—Big Ron Jackson would like another crack at the first base post with the Chicago White Sox. The last time he was up in the majors, he grew stale on the .500 10!& j bench. Although far from being .479 12 happy in the American Associa- liorn—'he likes to play before larger .648 .620 .534 .529 Four Ladies Win Country Club Prizes Four ladies won Prizes among :.he 15 who participated in Tuesday's regular Country Club golf program. Grace Pohlman won low gross with low net to Jo Hiatt, low pulls to "Mary Mehaffie and Helen G--ubbs. Luncheon was served and a business meeting after the golf. Read the Classified Ads .371 19% .329 23'A Bulmcr for thei Thursday's Games Boston at New York (2) De'.roit at Cleveland (2) Chicago at Kansas City (2) Washington at Baltimore winners. Eddie Miller and Kenny j Gerlach each hit a double for the Cincinnati Phillies. . Milwaukee At Tower Park the Braves St. Louis stopped Ihe While Sox 14-11 with) Brooklyn Dick Hand, Buddy Gust and Mike Philadelphia Huff walloping triples for the vic- National League w. i-. Pet. on tors. Bill Franklin and Dave Morton clouted doubles for the White Sox. In a matinee tilt at the same site the Cubs defeated the Yanks MM) as Dan Fettig, Dick Haugh, Don Ycrkes and Jlrn Arvln smacked triples and Don Fisccl got a double for the Cubs while Bob Daugherty and Jim Hatchet each hit a double for the Yanks. AT TOWER PARK R II E Brabes 14 9 2 8 5,2 Bennett; Franklin, Edwards and Cllnc. White Sox E. Franklin and B. Cuba Yanks H 10 R H 7 4 Now York Chicago Pittsburgh 43 31 42 31 40 30 39 32 37 33 35 38 23 42 25 .47 .501 .575 .571 1 ,549 2% .529 .47(1 .354 16 .347 17 714 Thunnlay'8 Games Pittsburgh at Brooklyn (2) New York at Philadelphia (2) St. Louis at Chicago (2) Milwaukee at Cincinnati • ' See actual road-test proof! DODGE TRUCKS most powerful of low-priced 3 crowds—Jackson admits he's haying the "only year I've had" in 'baseball. He's hitting about .350 now. He has IS home runs, including a couple of the "tape measure" variety, and a bundle oC runs i baited in. - • | Tribe Manager Andy Cohen tabs | his huge first baseman as "definitely a big league prospect." He isn't too graceful, explained Cohen, but he makes a "wonderful target." Besides, said Cohen, he American Association W. L. Wichita St. Paul 43 Omaha Minneapolis 45 Denver Indianapolis Charleston 34 Louisville — gets throws "no other fellow could possibly reach." .Jackson knows what it's like to play in front of big crowds. The White Sox signed him off Ihe Western Michigan campus in 1954 for $25,000. As a bonus piayor he had to stick with the parent club I for two years. p c (, j Jackson thinks he could have bit .47 31 .1503! major league pitching had he 31 .501 > 'P' a yed regularly. He played in . 4-1 32 .579 35 .563 , 37 3B .507 . 34 40 .459 45 ,430 . 23 57 ,288 3: Tuesday's BcsiiJts J. Fiscel, Arvin and Haugh, D. Minneapolis 7 St. Paul 6 (10 inns) Fiscel; Hatcher and Pnsquale, Hay- Indianapolis 5 Wichita 1 den ' . Louisville 4 Charleston 3 (11 inns) Omaha 8 Denver 7 Tmlay'H Gumci Wichita at Indianapolis SI. Paul at Minneapolis Omaha at Denver Charleston at Louisville Indians Cards AT FAIRVIEW R 5 4 H E 2 0 0 .Kistlcr and Wright, KepUnger; Ison and Apt. AT JEFFERSON ST. R H Knight. Entries for the show are due by July 17 and headquarters for visiting teams will be at the Barnes hotel. The Logansport Council is planning a gala lime for all players and visiting Knights attending the tourney. The slate tourney is a single elimination affair and likely will requii'e sessions • in Ihe morning, afternoon and evening of Saturday, Aug. 3, and afternoon and nighl programs on Sunday, August 4. KEWANNA TRIUMPHS TALMA — Kewanna defeated Talma 9-1 for the Indians fourth in a row here Tuesday night and gave thorn undisputed lead in the daul-county soflball league. Both teams had been unbeaten entering the matoh but Joe Good tossed a 3-tyUer at the Tigers and his mates helped out with a 12-hit barrage, including a triple by Bill Harris and two singles by . Bill Worl, Kowanna also won the junior high match 3-2, Kowa'iwa 010,131,3 - 9 12 0 Talma 000,000,1 -- 1 3 5 J. Good and Worl; Coplen and Stlnson. PERU TRIMS UAW Peru Central Murphy outran the UAW team In a Softball feature at Riverside park Tuesday night for an easy 9-0 victory although neither team had much in the way of hitting. Peru got only three hits, the longest being a doublt in the *ev- J2 7 Dodgers •Phillies Myers, Miller and Miller, Myers; Pursch, Murphy, Gerlach and Gerlach, Pursch. enth by second baseman Ron Yoat- cr. The locals made nine bobbles which enabled Peru lo pile up its big margin. Peru scored six times in the second inning without gelling a hit. Summary: Peru C. M. 060 000 3—9 S 1 UAW 000 000 0—0 2 9 Pegg and Hicks, Lewis; Marljn and Feller, C. Jones. COULDN'T SEA STRAIGHT BAY CITY, Mich (UP) — An inloxicaled sailor, arrested as he was jumping up and down on a mail Iruck bumper, told police he was "only trying to get the feel of the sea again." only 82 ball games in his tv.'o years in the American League. When the two bonus years were up iasl year, he was sent to Vancouver in the Pacific Coast League. He played regularly for the first time and hit .304 in 82 games, drove in 49 runs and clou led I) homers. The While Sox sent Jadkson lo Indianapolis this year when the HoosloL' club became part of their farm system. Jackson immcdlalcly became Ihe "most powerful hitter by far" for the Tribe, said Cohen. But he said he won't be happy unlil he's back In the majors. He thought 100 RBI's and 20 lo. 25 home runs might put him there. Jackson has been known as "streak hiller."' Cohen thinks 'this will change because he is "improving progressively by .learning the strike zone better" and refusing to go after bad pitches. 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