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Monday Evening, June S, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven Phillies Only 2 Games Behind Leading Redlegs Rookie Pitchers Aid Sweep Over Dodgers Cubs Finally Halt Homer-Happy Cincinnati Bombers; White Sox Split Double Header With Detroit. Add Dick Farrell to Jack Sanford and Don Cardwcll, and the dark - horse Philadelphia Phillies are getting the best rookie pitching the National League has seen since Jim Turner and Lou Fette each won 20 games for the Boston Braves back in 1937. Farrell, a 6-foot, 3-inch right hander from Erookline, Mass., Yesterday's Results Dwyer Scores Hole-ln-One At Dykeman Wichita Keeps Lead in A. A. and Rand. Winner — Kline (1-7). Loser — Barclay (2-4). HR — Schoendienst (4th), Mays (8th). (2nd Game) New York 000 000 000— 041 Pittsburgh 000 Oil OOx— 290 Burnside. Ridzik (B), Grissom (8) and Westrum, Katt (8). Purkey (4-3) and Foiles. Loser—Burnside (1-3). Brooklyn 000 100 020— 380 Philadelphia 001 300 Olx— 570 and Walker. , and Lopata. Winner— Farrell (3-1). HR — Lopata (4th), Farrell (1st). Newcombe (4-5) Miller, Farrell 13) National League (1st Game) picked up his third victory of the '• New York 000 Oil 000— 292 season Sunday when the Phillies • Pittsburgh 000 300 OOx— 370 beat the Brooklyn Dodgers, 5-3, j Barclay Ridzik (4) and Katt, and moved to within two games W estrum'(8). Kline, Arroyo (9) of the first-place Cincinnati Red- legs. It was the Phillies' third straight over the Dodgers and their llth victory in their last 15 games. The Redlegs clobbered the Chicago Cubs. 6-4. for their seventh straight win over the Bruins but then lost the nightcap, .4-2, to the three-hit pitching of Bob Rush and Don Elston. The third-place Milwaukee Braves downed Uie St. Louis Cardinals, 3-1, and the Pittsburgh Pirates swept the New York Giants, 3-2 and 2-0, in the other National League games. The Chicago White Sox split their double-header with the Detroit Tigers, winning, 4-1, after a 3-1 defeat to retain their five- game lead in the American League. The second - place New York Yankees bounced back from a 3-2 loss to down the Baltimore Orioles, 4-1, the Kansas City Athletics whipped the Cleveland Indians, 8-2, and the Boston Red Sox scored a 5-3 victory over the k HR-Crowe (9th), Thur Washington Senators in other A.L. j^ n (nh) ^^ 8 Farrell. who yielded only three' (2nd Gamc> hits in the last five innings after Chicago 102001 000—4 80 taking over for Bob Miller, now Cincinnati 010000010—2 31 has a 3-1 record. He, Sanford and! Rush, Elston (6) and Neeman. Cardwell have combined for a i2-3JKlippslein, Lawrence (6), Sanchez mark so far this year and have j (?', Nuxhall (9) and 1 Burgess. Win- transformed a team that the i ner—Rush (1-6). Loser — Klipp- experts said was headed for tho j stein (1-4). second division into a dangerous j pennant threat. Farrell and Stan'St. Louis 000000010—1 81 Lopata homered for the Phillies'! Milwaukee 003 000 OOx—3 80 key blows as Don Newcombe suf- Jackson (6-2) and H. Smith, fered his fifth loss compared tOjBuhl, Johnson (9) and Rice. .Win- four wins. j ner—Buhl (4-1). Bob Thurman hit a grand slam j American League homer and George Crowe also j Boston (1st Game) Chicago Cincinnati 040 000 000— 4 9 1 010 500 OOx— 6 8 1 Drabowsky, Elston (4), Littlefield (6), Lown (8) and Neeman. Gross, Hacker (2), Fowler (3), Freeman (5) and Bailey. Winner By UNITED PRESS League-leading' Wichita split a double-header with St. Paul Sunday, winr.ing the opener, 2-1, in eight innings of a scheduled seven High Single Day's Turnout:inning game, then losing the night- of 166 Players Recorded I ca P- 7' 3 > to sta y 2% e ames in " ft*nnt in t Sunday Major League Standings -Freeman (3-0). Loser—Drabow- j <-, w ' elch ' eiEhtn U ' W ' eg Ned Dwyer registered the first hole-in-one of the young golf season Sunday at the Dykeman Municipal links. Dwyer swung a 3 iron on the 170- yard No. 3 hole, playing in a threesome which also included Don Kessler and Herman Loner. Fair weather also attracted the high single day's turnout of 166 players Sunday. Total registration reached 735 with 148 touring the course Saturday and 144 playing Memorial day. A team led by Ed Werner won the Sunday Pro-Am tournament. His players were Dutch Grusenmeyer, Bob Nethercutt and Jack Herron. Placing second was a quartet consisting of Bob Buck, Dan Keller, Bill Newcombe and Bill Sullivan. In third place was the team of Dick Nethercutt, Perry Gibson, Bob Ross and Don Grubbs. Medalist honors for the Memorial day banker's handicap went to Ken Stalberger with a 71. Bob Buck and Ed Werner tied for run- nerup with 73s. Fred Wolfe won the tourney first prize with Charles Rodgers second and Jack Herron third. Other winners were Charles Hiatt, fourth;! Bob Ross, fifth; Bill Newcombe,! sixth; Carl Albright, seventh and' front in the American Association. Minneapolis picked up a full game on the leaders by blanking Indianapolis, 4-0; Charleston edged Omaha, 3-2; Denver and and seventh-place Louisville's cellar dwellers halved a pair of extra inning tilts, Denver .taking the first, 4-1, in 10 innings, and Louisville copping the nightcap in the llth frame, 4-3. Phil Paine started for the Wichita Braves but Don MeMahon relieved in the seventh in the first game and got credit for the win. The pair allowed the Saints just five hits. St. Paul bounced back in the second game and broke an eight game season losing streak against Wichita, Stan Williams went eight innings to 'get ,the win. The Millers' righlfielder Carlos Paula belted a-,three-run double in the third inning to give Minneapolis more than it needed to take Indianapolis behind the seven-hit shutout pitching of Gordon Jones. Johnny Tsilouris set Omaha down with five hits to score his sixain victory in 10 decisions. Archie Wilson singled home Buddy Hicks with the winning run in the seventh. American League W. L. Pet. GB Chicago 28 12 .700 ... New York 24 18 .571 5 'Cleveland ' 23 18 .561 5V4 Boston ' ' 23 21 .523 7 Detroit. . ' 22 22 .500 8 Kansas City 19 24 .442 10<4 Baltimore 17 25 .405 12 Washington 15 31 .326 16 . Monday's Probable Pitchers (No games scheduled) Tuesday's Games Boston at Chicago, night Baltimore at Kansas City, night Washington a-t Detroit, night New York .at Cleveland, night National League W. L. Pet. GB 28 15 .651 ... 25 16 .610' 2 24 17 .585 3 23 17 .575 3% 20 20 .500 6V 2 18 25 .419 10 13 26 .333 13 13 28 .317 14 Cincinnati Philadelphia Milwaukee Brooklyn St. Louis New York Chicago Pittsburgh Monday's Probable Pitchers New York at Pittsburgh, nighU- Gomez (6-3) vs Law (2-2). Brooklyn at Philadelphia, night —Podres (4-2) vs Cardwell (3-1). (Only games scheduled) Tuesday's Games Chicago at Brooklyn, night Milwaukee at New York, night Cincinnati at Philadelphia, night St. Louis at Pittsburgh, night Snead Earns $3,000 Purse NEW ROCHELLE, N\Y. (UP)— Sam Snead proved by his weekend victory in the Palm Beach Round Robin tournament that when his putting touch is good he's as tough to beat as any gol£-, er there is. And. Doug Ford, the Masters champion and leading money-winner on the pro circuit, 'demonstrated that he can blow up just like'any week-end goiter. Snead, trailing, by 20 points after Ford started off Sunday's fifth round with four straight birdies, shot a four-under-par 67 to win the $3,000 first prize in the Palm Beach tournament. Ford lost his big -advantage when he shot four straight bogeys and took a 71 that left him in second place. Ben Hogan, who will be seeking an unprecedented fifth National Open title next week, had a fifth- round 70 and tied for third place with Tommy Bolt of Los Angeles. Each had 14 points, Bolt shooting a final-round 72. Next in the standings came Fred Hawkins of El Paso, Tex., with 13 points, Mike Souchak of Grossinger, N.Y., with six, and Venturi with four. Logan Loses C1BL Opener to Lafayette The registration: Monday • 52 Tuesday 81 Wednesday 91 Thursday • 144 Friday 53 Saturday MH Sunday 10(i 100000130—5101 000 001 200— 3 12 0 " and George homered as the Redlegs rallied in ; Washington their opener to give Hcrsheli Free- j gusce Delock (7) and "White. mn a-his third win. In the second. Ramos _ B yerly (8), Hyde (9) and game, Elston took over when Berberet. Winner — Delock (3-4). Rush suffered a pulled muscle in Loser-Ramos (4-4). HR- Jensen his right leg in the sixth inning. ! C7th)> Williams (12th). The win was Rush's first after six j _ straight losses. Bob Buhl, aided by Ernie Johnson's ninth-inning relief work, won his fourth game as the Braves took over third place and dropped the Dodgers to fourth. Ronnie Kline won his first game In the opener and Bob Purkey hurled a four-hitter in the nightcap as the Pirates swept their first double-header of the season. Willie Mays stretched his hitting streak to 21 games in the opener but was stopped in four at-bats by Purkey in the second game. Jack Harshman's four - hitter enabled the White Sox lo split their double-header after Al Kaline staged a one - man offensive for Detroit in Ihe opener. Walt Game) Detroit Chicago 010 100 010— 3 K « 000 000 010— 191 Bunning, Maas 191 and House. Fischer, Howell (9) and Lollar, Battey (9). Winner—Bunning (4-1) (3-2). (2nd Game) Detroit ]00 000 000— 140 Chicago 120 001 OOx— 4 B 1 Foytack, Sleater (7) and R. Wilson. Harshman (4-1) and Battey. Loser—Foytack (5^1). HR—Dropo Youth Runs 3:58.7 Mile SAN JOSE, Calif. (UP) - Don Bowden, who Saturday night ran 3:58.7 lo become the fir.st American ever to_ better .the four minute mile, said Sunday he was "through as a milcr, this year." Relaxing with his family, girl friend and old high school buddies here Sunday following his Herculean effort al Stockton, Calif., Bowden repeated a statement he made exclusively to the United Press after the meet: "I have only a few good miles in me a year," he said with a smile, "and really, I think I've run my share this year." Actually it was only his third competitive mile this season. Yet it was good enough f o go into the record bo?,ks as the third fastest in history, and was ? cinch to he accepted as the LOW American mark. Cleveland 010 000 010— 250 Kansas City 000 001 16x— 8 15 0 Garcia, Narlcski (8), Mossi (8) and .N'aragon. Keliner, McDermott Dropo homered for the White Sox' !(!) and Smlth - Winner - McDer- in the second game after KaHne' mott "- c) ' Loscr-Narlcski (4-1). smashed three singles and a dou-; HR—ColaviU) (5lh), Power (5lh). tile and scored all Detroit's runs! in the first game. ! (lst Game) Ralph Terry turned in a three-' Baltimore 020 010 000- 3 9 1 hitter and Mickey Mantle, Yogi. New York 101000000—2 32 Bcrra and Elston Howard horn-' wi t' nl <J-2> and Ginsberg. Dit- ered for the Yankees after ex- • m;ir . Larson (0) and Borra. Loser Yankee Bill Wight flipped a three- i— Ditmar (2-1). hitter in the opener. Terry struck i <2««l Game) out four and walked three to post j Baltimore his first big league shutout. |Mew York The A's tagt'ed relief ace Ray Narle.sk! with his first defeat when they scored six runs in the eighth inning. Boh Cerv's three-run triple was the ' big blow of the frame which brought ex - Yankee Mickey McDorrnott his fir.st victory of the season. Ted Williams blasted his 12th homer of the year with Iwo on in the eighth inning to provide the Red Sox. with a come-from-behind victory. KEDI, VS. IPPOMTO NEW YORK (UP)—Stefan Red!, unbeaten German welterweight now living at I'assaic, N.J., seeks his 15th straight victory tonight in bis last fight before entering the United Stales Army. Rcdl, 24, is favored at 3-1 to beat Frank Ippolilo of New York in their TV (I)uMnnt) 10-rounder at St. Nicholas Arena because of his punch and because of Ippolito's inactivity. Stefan registered 11 knockouts during Ms 14 consecutive'victories. Ippolilo, 23, has an 18-4-1 record. Brown, O.'DcII 000 000 000— 0 3 1 400 000 OOx— 470 Ceccarclli . (8). Zuverink (11) and Triandos. Terry (1-0) and Borra. Loser — Brown (1-3). HR — Mantle (llth), Berra (6l.h), Howard (3rd) AAU MEET SATURDAY INDIANAPOLIS (UP)— Weather permitting, the annual Indiana AAU Track and Field championships will be held at Tech Field next Saturday. Mecl officials poslponed carnival scheduled for last Sa day because of wet grounds. Ihc KOLTS, PANTHERS DRILL The KLK Kolts of the Colt baseball league will practice at 5:30 p.m. at Fairview park, rain or shine. Berman's Panthers of the Little league will drill at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Tower park. Mayflower Kcporln Position LONDON (UP) -'The replica pilgrim ship Mayflower II radioed Sunday it was 500 miles due south of Bermuda and heading for Plymouth, Muss,, at a speed of four knots. ' , a father's day gift give "pop" LA FENDRICH CIGARS Totals .735 Softball WEGEFRT'S NIP CREEKS Harry Newell hurled a nifty two - hitter as the Wegert's Drive- in team defeated Grass Creek in a local Softball feature at Riverside park diamond Saturday night 3-2. Both of the hits off Newell were singles. Glen Gaby led Wegert's attack with a double and a fifth- inning home run. He scored twice. Summary: Grass Creek 001 100 0—2 2 1 Wegert's Oil 010 x—3 3 1 D. Waddups and L. Clark; 1-1, Newell and L. Baker. Indiana All-Star Lineup Completed INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — The roster of the Indiana high school basketball All-Star team which will meet the Kentucky All-Stars in a pair of games this, month is now complete with the addition of the llth and 12lh players. Named to round out the Hdosier sciuad were (>-(>Vi> Ronnie Horn of Mississinewa and 5-11 'A David (Jody) Giesler of Jasper. Leroy Johnson (6-4) of Mishawuka and Dick Mitchell (6-1) of Elwood were selected as alterna'es. Horn scored 621 points to wind up his prep career at Mississinewa last season. Giesler prmred in (i37 SCHEDULE FOR WEEK Following is the schedule for the week at Riverside park ball diamond announced by Lawrence Jones, city parks athletic director: Monday—7 p.m. YMCA vs. K. o[ C; 11:15 Wegerl's vs. State Hospital. ' Tuesday — 7 p.m. Bunker Hill 454lh vs. UAW; 8:15 B. H. 45*h vs. YMCA. Wednesday—7 p.m. Walton Lions vs. K. C.; 8:1!> UAW vs. Kewanna. Thursday—7p.m. B.M. 454th vs. YMCA; 8:15 B. H. 454th vs. Grass Friday— 7 p. m. Wegerl's vs. Peru Vick's; 8:15 Wegerl's vs. Peru. Salurday — 7 p.m. Grass Creek vs. Kewanna; 8:15 second game for same teams. American Association W. L. Wichita 3015 St. Paul 26 17 Minneapolis 2919 Omaha .23 23 Indianapolis 2S 24 Charleston 23 28 Denver 17 24 Louisville 12 33 Sunday's Results Minneapolis 4 Indianapolis 0 Denver 4 Louisville 1 (1st, 10 Louisville 4 Denver 3 12nd, 11 Charleston 3 Omaha 2 Wichita 2 St. Paul 1 (1st) St. Paul 7 Wichita 3 (2nd) Todiiy's Games Denver al Charleston Omaha at Louisville Minneapolis at Wichita SI. Paul at Indianapolis Pet. .1X7 .6.05 .004 .500 .489 .451 .415 .267 inn) inn) Irish Nine Awaits NCAA Tournament ! SOUTH BEND (UP) - Notre I Dame's baseball team awaited the I finals of the NCAA tournament to] day following a 4-2 !oss to Western I Michigan in the last regularly- scheduled game of the season. Notre Dame earned an NCAA finals berth last week with a 6-1 victory over Northwestern in the District Four tourney. Finals are scheduled to begin at Omaha, Neb., next Saturday. Five Notre Dame hurlers performed Saturday against Western Michigan, a 4-2 loser to the Irish in the NCAA regional, as Irish Coach Jack Kline experimented with his pitching staff. The quintet gave up only six hits, but wildness led to Notre Dame's downfall in the form of 10 walks. Lafayette's defending Central Indiana Booster baseball league champions spoiled Logansport's 1957 debut Sunday afternoon with a 5 to 3 victory at Riverside park. The local Fraternal Order of Police nine spotted the visitors a 3 to 0 lead in the first three innings, then tied the county with a three-run splurge in the fourth. Three singles, a walk, wild pitch and an error did the damage off Lafayette lefthander Jackie Helmkamp. Logansport collected seven other hits during the game, but was unable to make them count, Lafayette, meanwhile, picked up a single run in the sixth on back- to-back doubles by Farley and Heece and an insurance tally in the seventh. Helmkamp struck out nine and walked three in addition to allowing 10 hits. Logansport right hand- er' Billy Jones fanned six and walked two whi'.e permitting 11 safeties. Don Conn paced the FOP hosts with three singles and Rivers contributed two hits. Duff McKcnzie, Purdue's regular catcher enjoyed three-for-four to lead the Lafayette club. Logansporl has two "road" games next week, going to Muncie Friday night and to Middlelown on Sunday afternoon. Lafayette, now 1-1 in the CIBL, will host Peru Friday for its home opener. The summary: Lafayette (5) AB R H E Gregory, If 3 2 Halscma, cf 3 0 Becker, ss 4 McKenzie, c 4 Heath Ib 4 Farley, 2b 3 Reece, 3b Holliday, rf Helmkamp, p 4 0 Totals ....• 33 5 11 1 Logansport (3) AB R H B Kidenour,Ib 5 0 Jarg.si.orf, 2b 4 0 Young, cf 2 0 Thomson Sets Record In 100-Mile Grind LANGHORNE, Pa. (UP) — Johnny Thomson of Boyerton, Pa., roared to victory ' in a record 100.194 miles an hour Sunday In th 0 100-mile United States Auto Club championship race. Thomson, who was the fastest qualifier, became the fir.st driver to win a 100-mile championship race in less than an hour. The old Langhorne record of 97.56 miles an hour was set by Jimmy Bryan in J954. Eddie Sachs was second and Art Bisch third. Next, in order, were Ed Elisian, Gcsrgc Amick, Andy Linden, Bob Voilli,'Billy Carroll, Don Branson and Von Johnson. Brynn, the defending national champion, did not compete. points for Jasper over u two-year i ,j ;K ] Larson suffered a fractured span when the Wildcats won 40 of 53 games. Other members of the Hoosicr nquad are John Coalmen and!place. Horble Lee of slate champion i South Bend Central, Howard Dur-j deen of Terre Hau'.e Gcrslmoyer, j Albert Maxey of Indianapolis Al- lucks, Bob Perifjo of Lafayette, Phil Wills of Grass Creek, Roger Kaiser of Dole, Ted Luckenbill of Elkhart, Jesse Blackwcll o[ South- •porl and Bob Orrill of MadLson. right arm when his racer spun into the infield and overturned while he was running in liiird Additional Sports Page Nine Fire J)/iimitf«s ItaHinurunt INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Fire caused an estimated $100,000 damage Sunday to the' Sleekier House, well-known north-side restaurant. Firemen battled l»'ie blaze, which roared through the kitchen area of the supper club, for more Ulan an hour before bringing 11 under control. The fire apparently started in an air compressor connected Lo a walk-in refrigerator in the.kitchen. THE ONLY THING YOU'LL LIKE BETTER THAN PIVE QUALITY is ITS PRICE1 NAtlONALDISmLERS PRODUCTS CO., N. Y, BLENDED WHISKEY. 8S PROOF. 65X .GRAIN NEUTIiAL SPIRITS] Aggies Reinstated By NCAA Council CHICAGO (UP)—The National Collegiate Athletic Assn. sal back today 'to see if i'.s policy o[ rewarding virtue was going to pay off. The NCAA's lawman policy-creating council, three members of which were absent, voted over tho week end to resLore "full rigius and privileges" to Texas A&M, which had been placed on one year's probation and total ineligibility in May, 1958, Tlie NCAA said it was rcinslat- ing the Aggies despite the fact it had proof of at least one rules i:i- fradion made even after last May's penalty. NCAA Executive Secretary Walter Byers said the council decided lo rolurn the Aggies lo full status because Texas A&M officials hnd made "a number of corrective measures" since the NCAA firsl clamped a lid on the school's athlo'ic program last May. "Tho council wanted to establish the idea thai it is as .ready to reward honest a 11 c m p t s lo clear up a situation a.s It is to ponali/.e wrongdoing," Byers said. ] CAMPBELL HONORED LAFAYETTE '(UP)-Joe Campbell of Anderson, Purdue golf a:id basketball star, Sunday was awarded the Big Ten medal for combined proficiency in scholarship and athletics. The award was presented at Purdue Universily's commencement exercises. Campbell is the Big Ten links tillist. Bell, cf 1 0 Hewitt, 3b 3 1 Conn, ss 4 1 Rivers, If 3 1 Beeson, rf 4 0 Prentice, c 4 0 Jones, p 4 0 Totals .34 3 10 2 Score by innings: Lafayette 021 001 100— 5 Logansport 000 300 000— 3 Ridgeley Loses Bid For British Amateur FORMBY, England (UP)—Reid Jack, a former commando lieutenant who made three parachute jumps behind Japanese lines in Burma in World War II, expects show up at Minneapolis, Minn., in August as a key man on Britain's Walker Cup goif learn. Jack, now a 33-year-old Glasgow accountant with a yen to see the United Stales, virtually clinched his first Walker Cup berth Saturday when he won the British Amateur title. He defeated 11 a.r o 1 d Ridgeley, a U.S. Air Force mas- ler sergeant from Ilaverford, Pa., in llio 3fi-liole final, 2 and 1. Jack should provide some fairly j stiff competition for the U.S. players in the Cup competition Aug. 30-31 at the Minikahda Club in Minneapolis, . 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