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Friday Evtnirig, .July 5, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nine Predict Yanks And Redlegs To Play In World Series Fourth of July Axiom Points Flag Winners Cincinnati Has Shaky Half-Came Lead Over Braves and Cards; Bronx Bombers Protest Three-Game Margin Over Chisox. The Cincinnati Redlegs vs the ' New York' Yankees in the 1957 World Series. 'i That's the prediction today from ' baseball's most famous "crystal I ball" — the old axiom that toe f teams leading the major leagues 'j on the Fourth of July will win the I pennants. And the whammy has ' been getting stronger in recent years. / ' Cincinnati clung to the top rung • in the NL on the holiday despite : a 10-7 slugfest loss to Milwaukee. : The Cards fumbled a chance . to take first place at the milestone ; by losing the first game of a twin I bill to Chicago, 7-6, before win- I ning, 4-3. Brooklyn also siplit, los/ ing to Pittsburgh 5-1 before winning 8-2, but Philadelphia swept , th« Giants, 2-1 and 6-2. The Yankees protected their AL margin by winning, 4-1, after losing, 3-2. The White Sox blew a 5-4 i decision to Kansas City before winning, 8-3. Cleveland dawned / Detroit, 3-1, but then lost, 4-3. In / a single game, Baltimore beat ,- Washington, 3-2, in 11 innings. , Aaron Hits No. 26 ' The Braves had 14 hits and the \ Redlegs 17 in a single game. Hank - Aaron slammed his 26th homer, the majors' tops, plus two doubles '• and Ed Mathews hit his 17th, while George Crowe had five straight hits for the Beds, including two homers, to drive in six Tuns. Don ILarsen'-s five-hitter, marred only by Mickey Version's homer, gave the Yankees their second- gome win — the second straight complete-game win for th» "perfect game" hero who got off to a sour start this year. Vernon hit •another homer in the first game— a pinch-hit, two-out, ..two-run job in the ninth inning off Bob Grim to snatch victory from defeat. The A'g b«at the. White Sox in the pre-hmah; half of their morning-afternoon,twin bill by rallying ; for five runs in the last of the , : ninth. The Sox made suro of th« second with 15 hits ,as Bob Kee#an scatteret} 11 A's' hits to win. .Wynn Tittle* Three Hitter Early Wynn tossed a three hitter for the Indians in their opener to tie for top winning honors in the majors with his llth victory as Rocky Colarito smashed a three- run homer. But Charley Maxwell singled home two runs in the ninth inning to .give Detroit the second game. •Baltimore Tallied for a run in the last of the ninth to tio Washington, 2-2, and then won in the 1'llh when Jim Brideweser singled home a run with two out off reliever Truman Olevengcr. The Cubs rallied for two runs In the;last of tho ninth to beat the Cards in their opener, a game finished by the Cards under protest .over a "safe" tall at first base on a Chicago runner who later scored. Som Jones' six-hitter gave the Cards the nightcap dc»pile two 'howiers by Dale Long. Bob Friend's .seven-hitter gave the Pirates their opener .against Brooklyn, but.Don-Ncwcombo i scattered riine hits to take tho nightcap as Diike Snldor< bagged I three hits, including homer No. 16. Harvey Hnddix beat the Giants for tho Phils in tihelr opener, on f an eight-hitter as Hip Ropulskl's homer supplied his winning run, j and lofty Curt Simmons took the ,' nightcap although ho needed ninth/ Inning relief after two-hit shutout i ball for eight 'frames. Legion Nine Loses Pair Logansport Junior Legion baseball team lost twice in a double elimination invitational tournament at Ligonier yesterday, dropping a 5-4 decision to Winamac in the first game and losing to Middlebury, Ohio in the second clash 3-2. Logan got away to a 3-1 lead on Winamac in the first inning ot the opener but the Pulaskl county club got two in the second, Logan added one in the fourth and then Winamac scored single tallies in the fifth and sixth to win. Dave Nichols swatted, a homer and a single, Billy Cuppy had two hits and Butch Jones got a'double and single for the locals. Middlebury broke a scoreless deadlock in the fifth inning of the second match with pitcher Kinder's homer tallying two runs and gained the clincher in the\ sixth. Logan rallied in the seventh to score two runs but missed a third when Jim Medland. was thrown out at the plate as he tried to score from second on a single by Jim, Sweet. The locals will play the defending-Jr. Legion state champs from Terre Haute at Riverside park on Sunday afternoon. Summary: Logan 300,100,0—4 9 1 Winamac 120,011.x—5 5 5 Cuppy and Nichols; Wentz and Lehman. . ' Middlebury Logan Berndt Posts No-Hitter in Little League Jerry Berndt chalked up a no- liit, no-run -pitching performance to highlight Little League play Wednesday. night while the Kain Dodgers blasted the First Federal Tigers 13-0 in Pony Loop action and the undefeated General Tire Jets had to go overtime to nip the fast coming A & W Pirates 7-8 in a Colts league feature. Berndt's performance was the top' effort hi LLB action as the BBM Shamrocks shut out the David Orioles 15-0 at Crain Field. Jim Sundy got a triple, .Glen Cunningham, John Timmons, Bill Pfaff, Dave Long, Steve Maple had doubles and Berndt helped himself. to a pair of, doubles for the R-BM 'victory. At Tower park the Pancini White Sox uncorked a 15-run explosion in the second inning and went on to beat the Pensy Family Club Keystones 20-4 in a National.Divi- 000,021,0—3 6 5 000,000,2—2 5 2 Kinder and Miller; Jones and Nichols. Canadian Golfer in Lead of LaBatt Open STE: DOROTREE, QUO. (UP)— Jack Kay, niaklng a bold bid to become the first Canadian ever to win tho rich-$20,000 LaBatt Open, was one shot In front of tho pack as 144 pros nnd amateurs toed off in the second round at the Isles mere Golf and Country Club today. The tall, handsome Mount Bru no, Quc., pro shot himself Into the lead of the star - studded field Thursday .with a competitive course record, 5-undor-par 67, But his fine showing was only one ulroke better than those of two other »holmaker« who arc also looking for their first PGA victory — newcomer Ken Vonturl, San Francisco, and huge ; long - hitting George Bayer, Los Angelps, Two strokes, back of the 27-yeur- olcl Kay with K»s were Paul Hnr- ncy of Bolton, Mass.; little Joe Conrad, the former British Amn- tour champion! from San Antonio, Tex.; Ernie Boros, assistant to brother Jullus'at Mld-Plnbs, N.C.; Leo Blngettl, St. Paul, Minn., and Put Schwab, .another first your pro out of Diyton, Ohio. Traffic Jijdge Retires After Belmont Victory By UNITED PKESS Traffic Judge was retired stud duty in Kentucky today alter posting one »f tho greatest victories of his racing career, during which ho finished out ot the mon ey only seven times in 44 starts The 5-yeafiold «on of Allbha roared from .behind Thursday t< beat favored Dedicate and Lofty Peak In tho $85,550 Suburban Handicap at Bclmont Park In Uanket Yesterday's Results American League (1st Game) Chicago 000 030 001— 490 Kansas City 000 000 005— 571 Harshman, LaPalme (7); Howell (9) and Moss. Kellner, Cox (5), Urban (6), Burnette (8) and Smith. Winner — Burnette (5-6). Loser—LaPalme (1-2). (Zntil Game) Chicago 001 240 100— 8 15 1 Kansas City 000.020 001— 3 11 0 Keegan (4-3) and 1 Battey. Gar- v«r, Cox (4), Urban <5>, Burnette (6),. McDermott (8) and Thompson. 'Loser — Garver (4-7). HR— Held '(4th). (l»t Game) Detroit Cleveland 000 100 000— 130 000 030 OOx— 371 Foytaak, Byrd (8) and House. Wynn (11-9) and Brown, Nixon (5). Loser — Foytack (7-7). HR— Colavito (12th). sion.LLB contest. Mike Mee, Bill|.n e t, ro it (2nd Game) 2 Aussies in Tennis Final WI'MBLfBDON, England (UP)— With a possible $100,000 professional offer at. stake, defending champion Lew Hoad of Australia ambled out on tho famed center court at Wimbledon today -to battle his countryman, Ashley Cooper, in the final of the men's singles. Hoad, a taciturn player with a hla/.ing service, was favored to whip his dark-haired opponent and thus become Ihe first man to win this "world" amateur champion- hip two .straight years since Don Budge, the fabled Amerieon'court tar, turned the trick in W37-38. In women's singles,- Althaa Gibson of Now York antl Darlcne •lard of MontebelLo, Calif., won heir semifinal matches Thursday ^^ocuMrbler^a^ «. Ott, P. Walters and Kneppc,, Madonna and Jim Loner hit doubles for the Sox while Mike Nicoll tagged a double for the Keystones The game was called at, the end of hij fifth due to darkness. Tom Gaby pitched a 5-hitter for the Kain Dodgers as his team whipped the First Federal Tigers 13-0 in a Pony League battle at Fairview. Craig White and Mike Newton helped out with a double apiece. The win put the Dodgers at the head of the class in the league. In Colt League action at. Riverside park the KLK Kolts won their first game by whaling the Alpha Bears 12-0 as Allen Thomas turned in a one-hit pitching job, and the G. T. Jets nosed out the A & W Pirates 7-6 in eight innings, «ne over the regular league route to stay unbeaten for the season, The Kolts got tan hits off three Bears hurlers and combined with seven miscues by the Aupha team' to run up their huge victory margin. The Jets really had to scramble for their fifth win of the campaign, scoring three times in the last of the seventh to tie the game at 5-5, fell behind 6-5 going into the last of the seventh and came up a timely double by Wally Farrell to send home the two runs needed to win. Jim Sweet antl Farrcll each had two hits for the Jets. Jim Cotncr socked a home run whllo Leffort and Watkins each hit a double for the Pirates. Summary LITTLE LEAGUE Hoeft, Byrd (a) and House. Nar- eski,. Daley (8), Garcia (8) and Brown. Winner—Byrd (2-0). Loser — Daley (1-7), HR — Boiling llth. (1st Game) Boston Ne wYodc Sisler, Delock (9) and White, Daley (9). ShanU, Gcim '(9) and Ben-a. Wlnner-Sisler (7-4). Loser] Klstler and Wright; Johnson, —Grim (8-3). HR—Gernert (9th), Skowron (13th), Vernon <4th). (2nd' Game) 'oslon 000 100 000— 151 New Yank 002 1-10 OOx— 460 Stone, Porterfieid (5), Cliakatles (7) and Daley, Lorsen (4-2) and Tohnson. Loser—Stone (1-3), HR— Vernon (5th). White Sox Keystones 3 (15) 0—20 19 1 200 11—4 5 4 McCloskcy and Perfetto; Nicoll, Rissor and Easter. Shamrocks Orioles 080 432— is 15 000 000—0 0 4 J. Berndt and Timmons; Rose Arnold, Pankow, Regan and Leonard, PONY LEAGUE Tigers 000 000 0—0 5 Dodgers 331 600 x—13 » 1 ion in this division. Miss Gibson, striving to become the tournament's first No»ro sin- jlea .titleholdcr, wallopeti 6-foot Christine Truman of Britain,- 6-1, 1-1, while Miss Hard continued lor surprising play by downing Dorothy Head Knod« of Forest HUls, N.Y., 0-2, 0-3. The two Yank -lassies will meet In tho final Saturday. Meanwhile, Vliss Gibson and Nenle Fraaer of Australia wore scheduled to com- jieto their mixed doubles match !oday against Nnrefih Kumar of India nnd Eddn Boding of e'er- many. The American - Aussie duo won 'the first set, 10-8, and tho score was knotted at 7-7 in the second set Thursday wihcn play was halted by darkness. If Miss Gibson and Frasor win .heir quarter - final match ttmy Ihcn will return to tho court later n tho duy to meet Roy Emerson and Margaret Wcllyer of Australia ,n the semifinals. Miss Hard and -Mervyn Rore of Australia gained tho mixed doubles semifinals Thursday by defeating Sid Schwartz of New York and Mlmi Arnold of Redwood illy, Calif., IK), B-0. In .the men's doubles, Gardnnr Mulloy of Denver, Colo., and Budge Potty of Los Angolos nnd Paris had a semifinal date with Roger Becker of Brltaih and Bob Howe of Australia, Tho winner will play the lop-seeded tandem ot Hoad nnd Fro-tor In Iho final. Amick Wins Atlanta 100-Mile Auto-Race ATLANTA (UP)—George Amick, Venice, Calif., aasumed the lead on the fourth lap »iwl held ft the rest of the way to capture the 100- mile championship auto race at Lakowood Park .Thursday, Jud Larson, Tulsn, Okla., won second and Andy Linden, Indian- npolls, third. Amlck's time wus 1 hour, 6:40 Gaby and Grandstaff. €O|LT LEAGUE Pirates f.T. Jets 001 liO 01—6 » « 002 000 32-7 8 Corner, Hayward" antl Hennlng; Honor, Sweet and lies. R H E KLK Kolts .' 12 10 .1 Alpha Bears ' " i '' 0 1 A. Thomas and 'Carey; Medland, Myers' and Cain. lleveland 100 001 020— 471 201 000 000— 382 000 100 002— 370 000 100 100— 250 Four Teams Score Victories in Minor League Baseball Favored teams continued to regr ister victories arid Bobby Luetzow came within a shade of getting his third straight lio-hitl pitching job as he allowed only a harmless single in Minor League baseball play Wednesday. Luetzow, who had chalked up two no-hitters in a row, was on the road to a third when Eddie Franklin smacked a single off him at Fairview park Wednesday afternoon. Luetzow!s Panthers, however won with ease 11-4 as the little hurler lashed out two triples to.help his own cause. In the other game at Fairview the Cards downed the Dodgers 8^5 as Mac Ison hit a double for the winners.and Eddie Miller got-one for the losers. At Tower Park the Indians nosed out the Red Sox 8-7 with Don Kistler, Lee Murray and Pat Marocco hitting doubles and Dana 'Gilsinger a triple. Walt Turner hit a double and Bob Justice a triple for the Red Sox, In the afternoon Bill, Franklin turned loose a 3-hit pitching job as the White Sox floored the Yanks 13-4. Franklin swatted a double and triple and teammates Mark Edwards and Brue Alder each got a double. Tom Pasquale hit a double and Jim Hatcher a triple for the Yanks. Summary: AT TOWER PARK R H E Major League Standings American League W. L. Pet. GB New York 4826 .649 ... Chicago 45 29 .608 3 Cleveland * 39 34 .534 8% Boston 40 36 .526 9 Detroit • 37 38 .493 ll'/4 Baltimore 36 37 .493 1«4 Kansas City 28 45 .364 19',-i Washington 25 53 .321 25 Friday'* Probable Pitcher. . Baltimore at Boston, night — Loes ($-3) vs. Forn-ieles (2-2) or Nixon (64). ( New York at Washington, night -^Stunn'vant (7-4) vs. RRamos (6-6 Cleveland at Chicago, night — Pitula '(1-0) .vs Wilson (8-5) 'Kansas City at Detroit, night- Saturday's Gamei Cleveland at Chicago Kansas City at Detroit' Baltimore at Boston New York at Washington National League W, L. Pet. GB Cincinnati St.' Louis Milwaukee Brooklyn Philadelphia Indiana Red Sox (11 Innings) 000 000 Oil' 00- 2 12 2 010 000 001 01— 3 9 01 and Miller. 000 000 100— 160 100 010 OOX— 260 Wash, Bait. Stobbs, Clevenger (B) and Fitzgerald. Wight, Zuverink (8), Lehman (10) and Trlandos, Ginsberg (10). Winner—Lehman (2-1). Los- or —'Clevenger 5-3.. , National League (l«t Giune) New York Philadlphia Gomez (10-6! ' and Wcstrum, Katt (7). Haddix (7-5) and Lopata, Lonnet/t (3). HR — Rcpulski (llth). (2nd Gnmc) Now York 000 000 002— 260 Philadlphia 030 000 12x—. 6 10 0 S. Mlllor, Crone 2, Worthington n and Katl. Simmons, Farroll (0) and Lonnott. Winner — Simmons (li-4). Loser — S, Miller (3-4). HR—1/onnelt (1st). Justice, Turnier nnd Justice, Reute- buch. R as 4 H 10 3 Chicago Pittsburgh 44 32 .579 42 31 .575 43 30 .573 40 33 .548 2V4 39 33 .542 3> 35 40 .467 8H 24 44 ,353 16 26 48' .351 17 White Sox Yanks B. Franklin and Cline; Hatcher and Frottinger, Pasquale. AT FAIRVIEW PARK R H E Cards 8.1 2 Dodgers 533 Ison and Apt; J. Lowes, Myers anthers Braves Luetzow nnd Arnold; E, Frankin nnd Bennett, 200 001, 101— 6 13 0 200 000 302— 7 11 0 (1st Game) St. Louis Chicago L. MoDanlel, Wllhelm (8) and H. Smith. Rush, Llttlcfield (6), Kaiser (8), Lown (8) and Neeman. Winner — Lown (4-3). Loser —Wilhelm (0-4). HR-Ennis (12th) Muslial (10th), Will (1st), Boyer (2nd' Game) St. Louis Chicago 000 M2 000— 4 10 1 010 101 000— 361 Jones (5-3) a-nd Landrlth. Dra- bwwsky, Llttlotlol'd (6), Hillrrwin and Sllvera, Fanning (7), 4-8). HE — Long 2, (9th & 10th). (lot Game) Pittsburgh Brooklyn Baseball Crowds Top 1956 Holiday Turnout by 836 By UNITE!) PRESS Thanks \x> a morning-afternoon "double-header" In Kansas City, attendance at major leniiuc basu- bnll jjumua on the Fourth of July topped tho crowds at holiday games a year ago by exactly DM fans. Tho two - games - for - thc- pricc-of-two program at HID homi of Uio Athletics lured 15,241 pro- lunch fans and then attracted on- other ll.Wl for tho afternoon game. Without either of thcua gates, the 1WV7 holiday attendance would have shown a big drop from last year. Buoyed by this Horn, toe American LeuRue attendance wus up from IM.007 lust your to 110,7115. National League attendance, however, dropped off from 110,4ft') to 110,521. A tactor In Ilio N.L. dec-line was that this year the Doduers and Giants were'playing different foes while last year the arch- rivals clashed in the Polo Grounds, liipgcsl stadium In the league, and drew 44,858, Tho Giants were al.so a party to this year's tojp N.L, orowd-^30,442 in Philadelphia. Tho Red Sxo-Yankoos.game at Yankee Sludlum wo* the top major-league draw, however, luring 52, 791, 020 OKI 000—' S 9 1 100 (H» 000—1 7 2 Friend (5-9) and. Foiles, Er- sklno, Roebuck (n), Koufnx (II) and Oam]>nnolla. Loser — Ersklno (2-4). (2nd Gum«) Pittsburgh 001 000 001— 2 » 0 Brooklyn 000 MO 10*— I) 11 0 Purkey, Face (8), King (7) and Foiles. Nowcombo ((1-6) and Walker, Loser—Purkey (7-7). BE—Ma- /.oro.tki (OMi), Snider 0.6th). Oil 002 240-1)0 14.1 201 010 900— 7 17 1 Milwaukee Cincinnati Phillips, Conloy (5), MoMahon 8) ana Sawatski, Crandall (K), Acker, Gross ((!), Freeman (8), •ianchcz (B), Kllppstcin (B) laliey, Winner—-Conlcy (2-4). Lou- or—FreemAn (3-1). BR-^Crowo 2 17th It MM .Aaron (26th), Math- ows (17*). IIAIN DELAYS LLB TWELVE MILE—Tho scheduled Fourth ot July Little League bosc >ull tpui'namcnt was postponed by showers here Thursday and (Jie program reset for Saturday, ac wording U> Commissioner Connli Townacnd. mimilc.s. Jimmy won thu wns forced out on the Z7t1i lap Bryan, who Saturday "500 Miles of Mon/.a," MARTINIS'/ VB. MOOHE WASHINGTON (UP) — Isidro Martinez, sw.ltch - hitting featherweight contender from Panama, Is facored ut 8-5 to beat UtlU: Da' vey Moore ot ;Sprin«flold, Ohio, when a connecting rod broke and again tonight, in their return 10• •• - - rounder at the New Capitol Arena, his cnr stalled. He led the first three laps. The rneo was marred by several spins and crashes, but no ono was Injured seriously. The United , States ig spending over five million dollars R year on research today, more than was spent In all tho years Irom 1776 to 1033. Their bout will bo tolevised and broadcast nationally by NBC ftt 10 p.m. o.cl.t. In II, Isidro hopes to extend his unbeaten Hiring to nine straight, The first co-educational college In the United States wan Oberlln College,' (Ohio) • which opened lib doors do women in 1837. R 11 4 H 5 1 Friday'* Probable Pitcher* Chicago at Milwaukee, night— Elston (1-fl) vs. Buhl (9-3) Cincinnati at St. Louis, night— Nuxhafl (2-5) vs Mizell (1-6) or Wehmeier (3-4) Philadelphia at Brooklyn, night —Roberts (6-10) vs McDeviU (3-1) Pittsburgh at New York, night —Trimble (0-0) vs An-lonelli (6-7). -Saturday's Games Chicago at Milwaukee (night) Philadelphia at Brooklyn Pittsburgh at New York Cincinnati at St. Louts American Anoclntlon W. L. Pet. Wiohiia 48 91 .608 Omaha 47 32 .595 St. Paul 44 33 Minneapolis 47 3« Denver 37 .571 .566 .487 Omaha Bids For AA Lead By .UNITED PRESS The Om'aha Cardinals, hottest earn of'lato in the ding - dong cramhle in the American Association, '.swept both ends of nn ndepondence Day double - header ram Denver, 7 - 2, and 5-3, to climb within one game of the ead. In other games Minneapolis split with St. Paul, taking the jpencr, 5-2, then losing the second game, 9-il, and Louisville whipped Charleston in a pair, 7-6, and 4-3. flic Wichita - Indianapolis double- leader was washed out by rain after the liwo teams had played only four Innings of the first game. Tho Cardinals' right tander Tom Cheney went to tho hill In the first game o-nd moved tho Boars down with, Just six hits In .ho seven inning gome. Banco Ploss bolted a honw for the Jnrds and Omaha teammates got 10 hits from a pair of Denver pitchers, Boyd Linker fired right-handed slants at the Boars for a full nine .nnlngs In the . nightcap »nd tho opposition touched him for only tovcn hilu as the Cards hung the loss on Monk Frcemnn. Omaha, by virtue of (win vlc- iorlou, picked up a full game wi- the rained out Wichita Braves. The split lefl St, Paul and Minneapolis tied for third place, three [fames back ot Iho league-leading Wichita Braves and two games Mshlnri aecond-T>lucc Omaha, Indianapolis 34 4d .453 Charleston 34 48 Alt Louisville 26 57 .$15 Tlmrsdny's Re««ll* Minneapolis 5.St. Paul 2 (1st) St. Paul 9 Minneapolis 8 (2nd) Omaha 5 Denver 3 (1st) Omaha 7 Denver 2 (2nd) Louisville 7 Charleston 6 (1st) Louisville 4 Charleston 3 (2nd) Wichita at Indianapolis (2, rain) SURPRISE! G'RANDOLA, Portugal (UP) — Bachelor Angclo Rodri-guea was mystified surprised to learn ho was already married when he op- piled for n marriage license Tuesday. Investigation disclosed one o •his brothers borrowed his name to get married a second time after he failed to get along with his first wife. 2 Yanks Still in British Open ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (UP) - Cary Middlecoff and Frank Itranahan, improving with the Scottish weather, were in conten- ion for the first time today for he final two rounds of the British Open golf championship. Middlecoff, hampered by hay ever and the betraying winds hat have swept the ancient and royal St. Andrews course during most of the tourney, played -his >est game Thursday as a warm sun broke through along with a cooling breeze. The golfing den- ist from Memphis, Tenn., fired a one-under-par 71 as did Stranahan to easily qualify for the final two rounds. Middlecoff and Stran-ahan, tlw only two Americans remaining in he field, which -was pared down o th« low 50 scorers for today's hkd and fourth rounds, trailed Jcottish professional champion Er- c Brown by four and six strokes, respectively. But both were hopeful an improved putting game would put them in the thick of contention for the coveted title. Brown collected a 72 Thursday :o go. with his opening round 67 ior a 139 total, while Lawrie Ay- ion, also of Scotland, soared to a 76 to drop out of a tie with Brown with a 143 aggregate. Flory van Donck of Belgium moved into second place with a 1<K) total. Dealers Give Advice To Amateur Anriquer NEW YORK—Dealers participating in the recent New York Antiques Fair gave these rules for antiques shopping: Don't try to mix profit-malting wll.h collecting. This spoils the fun. Buy only what you need or like] Look far value, as well as bargain. Consider the function of an item, as well as its decorative possibilities. Don't buy for age alone; beauty and condition are also important. Four Ladies Win Dykeman Prizes Four Indies, won prir^s at the Dykenron golf prop-am conducted Wednesday this week instead of the usual Thursday morning dale. Winner were Enid Jones, Susan Gaby, Kay Dalton and Jenn Me Gwin. Co-Chairmen for the day wore Enid Jones nnd Jean Hem ingcr. INSTALLMENT SENTENCE WATBRFOHID, Conn. — Convict cd of drunken driving, Willie Aus tin, +4, wns ordered to serve n GO-dny jail sentence on the install ment plan. After pleading that, he needed to stay homo to care foi his ill wife. Austin wns told 'o serve each Saturday and Sunday for 30 weeks. Major League Leaders National League Player ft Club G AB R HPct. Fondy, Pitts 63 254 30 90 .354 Musial, St.. Louis 73 292 46 101 .348 Aaron, Milw. 76 324 62 110 .340 •roat, Pitts. 47 192 20 62 .323 Mays, New 'York 74 277 55 89 .321 American League Mantle, N. Y. 74 244 66 92 .377 Williams, Bsn. 69 23S 53 83 .349 Boyd, Bait. 71 235 42 78 .331 Malzone, Bsn. 75 305 34 100 .328 Sk-owrofl, N. Y. 69 267 40 87 .32« Home Runs National League — Aaron, Sraves 26; Musial, Cards 19; Urowe, Redlegs 18; Ma thews, Braves 17; Snider, Dodgers 16. American League — Mantle, Yanks 22; Williams, Red Sox 20; Sievers, Senators 18; Maxwell, Tigers 16; Zemial, AtMetics 15. Rum Batted In National League — Aaron, Broves 71; Musial, Cards 63; Hoak Redlegs 55; Crowe, Redlegs 53; Ennis, Cards 53. American League — Sievers, Senators 57; Mantle, Yanks 55: Skowron, Yanfcs 54; Malzonfl, Red Sox 53; Jensen, Red Sox 51; Minoso, White Sox 51. Filching Shatilz, Yanks M; Trucks, Athletics 7-1; Schmidt, Cords 6-1; Santord, Phils 9-2; Banning, Tigers 9-2. MP Is Best Man for Wedding of Girard To Japanese Girl CAMP WHITTINGTON Japan (UP)—Army Specialist 3C William S. Girard and Haru (Candy) Sue- yama wearing a rented red kimono w.ere married today in a quiet Methodist ceremony with a military policeman standing by as best man. The MP's presence in the wWl« clapboard base chnpcl during the religious wedding services was a grim reminder to the 21-year-old Japanese bride of (he shadow hanging over their marriage A unit of MP's stood outside. Girard is accused of 'fatally shooting a Japanese women melal scavenger. The question of whether he will be tried by a Japunesa or American court has touched off an international furor. Tho U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Monday'on (lie U.S. government's appeal Against n federal court ruling barrj'./g trial by * foreign court. Oriental Flu Kill* 400 NEW DEI/1H, India (UP)—Four hundred persons died of oriental influenza to India lost month, health authorities reported today. They said about 900,000 were affected by the disease, which is now on Hie decline. MUSIAL SCOBKS AGAIN CHICAGO (UP) - Stan Muslnl s passed imoChor mlleslone on the road to baseball's Hnill ot Fame—he now stands fourth in the all-time list of oxlra-ba.se hits, Only Ty Col*, Batoo Ruth and Lou Gchrlg have more extra-base blows to their credit than tho Cardinals' 1 "Stan the Man." Mu- slal passed Trto -Speaker on the Hat Thursday when ho tilt a-home run in Um first jnme ot n twin bill against the Cubs, tho l.KBrd extra bn»o hit of his career. 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