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Thursday Evening, June 8, 1957. Logansport, Indians. Pharos-Tribune mn» Redlegs Lead By 2 Games In Frantic ML Race Brooklyn Snatches Second From Phils Error and Bad Bounce Helps Cincinnati Score Twic« in Eleventh Inning; White Sox and Yankees Both Victorious. Birdie Tebbetts likes to kill 'em with .kindness, so first he says the. Phillies can "go all the way" and then his Cincinnati Redlegs promptly go out and beat Philadelphia to move two games ahead again in the frantic National League pennant race. That's th« way K happened Wednesday night. . Prior to the game, Tebbetts, that master psychologist, praised the Phillies to the skies, pointing out they might even win it all, •specially now that they have a smoothie such -as Chico Fernandez at shortstop. So what happens? Fernandez commits an llth - inning error that helps the Redlegs to a 4-2 victory. Gus Bell started the llth by being safe on Fernandez' bobble. With one out, pinch hitter Jerry Lynch lined an apparent single to for the Yankees Yogi Berra suf- nicked for homers by Jim Hegan and Chico Carrasquel. The victory proved costly when catcher fered an apparent fractured nose during the second inning. Al Kaline's double followed by Bill Tuttle's single gave the Tigers their extra-inning win over the Senators. . Charley Maxwell homered in the eighth to give Detroit starter Frank Lary a 2-1 lead but Washington tied the score In the ninth. Paul Foytack was the winner and Camilo Pascual the loser. Eddie Yost hom- ered for Washington. Doctor Claims 4-minute Milers Use Stimulant Track Stars and Coaches Ridicule Charge By New York State Doctor By UNITED PRESS Track stars and their coaches, including the nation's only sub-4- minute miler, took a New York doctor over the hurdles today for his "ridiculous" charge that the recent flurry of 4-minute miles could be attributed to the use of stimulant drugs by athletes. Dr. Herbert Berger, chairman ol the New York State Medical Society's committee on narcotics and .alcohol addiction, told a meeting Home runs by Gus Zernial and i of the American Medical Assn. National League W. L. Pet. GB Cincinnati 29 16 .644' ... Brooklyn 26 17 .605 2 Philadelphia 26 18 .591 2% 25 18 .591 3 21 21 .500 6% vlilwaukee St. Louis York Pittsburgh Chicago Lou Skizas provided the margin for Arnie Portocarrero to beat the Orioles, although Tom Morgan had to be summoned from the Kansas City bullpen in the eighth. Skizas' homer in the fourth proved the deciding wallop off loser Ray center field but the ball took a Moore. Bob Niemar. homered for bad hop past Richie Ashburn for three bases, scoring Bell. Roy McMillan singled home the second run of the inning off loser Dick Farrell and reliever Johnny Klippstein was credited with the triumph. Dodgers Advance • Brooklyn took over second place by beating Chicago, 4-0, at Jer 7 sey City; St. Louis defeated Pittsburgh, 5-1, and Milwaukee nipped the New York Giants, 9-8. The Chicago White Sox maintained their five-game lead in the American League with a 6-2 decision over the Boston Red Sox; the New York Yankees crushed the Cleveland Indians, 13-3; Detroit licked Washington, 3-2, in 11. innings, and Kansas City defeated Baltimore, 3-2. Don Drysdale, the Dodgers' 20- jrear-old side-armer, set the Cubs down on five hits in pitching his first major league shutout. Don Kaiser absorbed the loss. The Cardinals hop;jud on Pirate Baltimore. Reveal $5,000,000 TV Offer If Giants, Bums Stay in East NEW YORK (UP)-Max Kantor, a New York television operator, disclosed a $5,000,000 - a - year pay-as-you-see television offer to the Grants and Dodgers today if they .remain hare. president of the Indus- Wednesday that "the recent rash of 4-minute miles is no coincidence." "When I was a college boy the 4-minute mile was as unlikely as flying to the moon," said Dr. Berger, who added that one stimulant in particular—amphetamine—was widely used in athletics. His statement brought an immediate response from Don Bowden of the University of California Who became the first American to crack the 4-minute mile barrier last week at Cbmpton, Calif. Bowden's trainer, Jack Williamson, said "the use of drugs" at the University of California "was on the forbidden list...and that goes for Don Bowden, too." Although Dr. Berger did not Major League Standings 19 27 .413 10V4 15 29 .341 13V4 13 28 .317 14 Friday's Games Cincinnati at Brooklyn (night) St. Louis at New York (night) Chicago at Philadelphia (night) MEwaukee at Pittsburgh (-night) Chicago New York Cleveland Boston Detroit Kansas Oity Baltimore Washington American 'League W. L. Pet. GB 30 12 .707 26 IB .591 i 23 20 .535 7V4 23 23 .500 9 23 23 .500 9 20 25 .444 11% 18 26 .409 13 16 32 .333 17 Friday's Games Baltimore at Chicago (night) Boston at Kansas City (night) New York at Detroit (night) Washing-ton at Cleveland (night) American Association W. L. Pet. Wichita 31 17 .646 Minneapolis 31 20 .608 St. Paul 27 IS .587 Omaha 2524 .510 Indianapolis 25 25 .500 sent telegrams to Horace Stoneham, president of the Giants, and Walter O'Malley, president of the Dodgers, last Monday. Since they had not • acknowledged receipt of ihe telegrams, Kantor said he was making the offer public. The Giants and Dodgers reportedly have shown greater interest in moving their clubs to the West Coast because of an offer of $2,000,000 to each by the Ski-atron Corp. to televise all home games ° aoh Btarter Bob Friend for four runs,on a similar pay-as-you-see basis. the first inning. Wally Moon homered while Lindy McDaniol snapped Pittsburgh's four - game winning streak by giving up only live hits while striking out eight. Nine home runs were hit in the Braves' victory over ti)e Giants, Including a three - run homer by reliever Ernie Johnson, who was credited with the victory. Joe Adcock 'and Bobby Thomson also homered for Milwaukee while Red Under Kantor's proposal, each club would receive $2,500,000 for the same deal. Kantor said that he was interested in making the : Bowden never could be charged with using drugs. "K any person did not use the drug, it was Don Bowden," said Snyder, who has coached such Olympic greats as Jesse Owens, Mai WhiUSold and Glenn Davis. "He's a fine athlete." Daniel J. Ferris, secretary- treasurer of the Amateur Athletic Union, soi-d his orgunixaition knew of no use of drugs by mile run- no™. He added that the union and the International Amateur Athletic Federation had rules that anyone discovered takin-g drugs of any Louisville Wednesday's Results Denver at Charleston, ppd, rain Omaha 5 LouisviHe 0 St. Paul 3 Indianapolis 2 Minneapolis 8 Wichita-3 same offer to'the New York Yan- kind was subject to suspension for kcos for rights to their games, life. Coach Don Carfiam of tihc U-ni- Robinson Named Boxer of the Month MILWAUKEE (UP) Middleweight champion Sugar Ray Rotxin- IlVlItVlvUi IVi iVllIVYtlulvct; Willie JH.U i nrv.Jii.i' *.»..* ...jr.ui. .j*. e t" —-*-., -«„—.Schoendienst and Hank Sauer each! son was cited as "Boxer of The hit two homers for the Giants and Willie Mays and Whitey Lock-man one apiece. Dick Donovan pitched the White •ox to their seventh victory in the last eight games by holding the Bed Sox to eight hits. The White Sox went ahead to stay with two iruroi in Hie fifth, Billy Klaus' error allowing one of Hie runs to Month" and light heavyweight Har- . 24 29 .45: Charleston Denver 1925 , 13 30 .265 IVUJllliil eiiiu .Ljgui, irauvj »»i».t,>'t lit..- -uu-L I. old Johnson was moved up to No. Idrugs. vorsity of Michigan dodarcd, "I've token athletes on European tours and many of them were Olympic stars and not one of them used stimulants. At one' time there was a tod to use honey or dextrose, but they can hardly cnAl that Berra Suffers Nose Injury CLEVELAND (UP)—The New York Yankees today faced ttic prospect ot being without the services of catcher Yogi Berra fx> an indefinite period because of an apparent nose fracture he suffered against tlhe Cleveland Indians Wednesday night. Xiray pictures wiiU be taken today at Berra's nose, club trainer Gus Mauch said. "His nose is badly swollen," Mauch said, "but we are not sure exactly how serious the in- Reveal Pony League Card Official schedule of the local Pony League baseball program for the 1957 .season was announced yesterday by Peck Parmeter, pres- dent of the league. Play starts n Monday evening and all games will start at 6:30 o'clock, at Fair- lew park. Opening night's match is be- ween the First Federal Savings Tigers and the Grusenmeyer Pon- .iac Indians. .On Tuesday the de- ending champion Eagles Braves will oppose the Kain Motor Dod- :rs. The full schedule for the summer's play follows: June 10—Tigers vs. Indians. June 11—Dodgers vs. Braves. June 12—Dodgers vs. Tigers June 13—Braves vs. Indians. June 17—Indians vs. Dodgers. June 18—Tigers vs. Braves. June 19—Dodgers vs. Braves. June 20—Indians vs. Tigers, June 24—Braves vs. Indians. June 25—Tigers vs. Dodgers. June 26—Tigers vs. Braves. June 27—Dodgers vs. Indians. July 1—Indians vs. Tigers. July 2—Braves vs. Dodgers. July 3—Tigers vs. Dodgers. July 5—Indians vs. Braves. July 8—Dodgers vs. Indians. July 9—Braves vs. Tigers. July 10—Braves vs. Dodgers. July 11—Tigers vs. Indians. July 15—Indians vs. Braves. July 16—Dodgers vs. Tigers. July 17—Braves vs. Tigers. July 18—Indians vs. Dodgers. July 23—Dodgers vs. Braves. July 24—Dodgers vs. Tigers. July 25—Braves vs. Indians. July 29—Indians vs. Dodgers. July 30—Tigers vs. Braves. July 31—Dodgers vs. Braves. Aug. 1—Indians vs. Tigers. Aug. 5—'Braves vs. Indians. Aug. 8—Tigers vs. Dodgers. Aug. 7—Tigers vs. Braves. Aug. 8— Dodgers vs. Indians. Yesterday's Results National League Milwaukee New York 403 100 010— 991 310 300 010— 8 13 0 Pizarrp, Johnson (2), Phillips (9) and Crandall. Burnside, Rid zik (1), Davis (8), Miller (8) and Thomas, Katt (8). Winner—John son (3-1). Loser — Ridzik (0-2) HR —Adcock (8th), Mays (10th) auer, 2 (8th & 9th), Johnson 1st), Thomson (3rd), Lockman 3rd), Sdioendienst, 2 (6th-1 7th). Chicago. Srooklyn Kaiser, Litllefield (8), Elston 8), Lown (8) and Neeman. Drysdale (5-2) and Oa-mpnaeU'a. Loser —Kaiser (1-3). 2 contender in his division, the National Bowing Assn. announced today. ' Fired .T. Saddy, chairman of the NBA championship committee which released the mon'.hly ratings, said there was no doubt of Robinson's selection because of his «„., and Tom Brewer forcing ini'^nsational" knockout of Gene 1fic other run when he walked JFu-lImer in Oiwcafio May 1 to win ^ the title for the fourth time. Johnson, who's making a come- Some members of tlhe Detroit Lions' professional football team were given tranquillizing pills before games last season, and Reno Bortoia, a hitherto mediocre baseball player witih the Detroit Tigers, -has attributed -his surprising play Jhis year to Uho use of similar Jtrn Lanclis with the bases full. Yanks' IK.-rru Hurt Oil McDougald was the big gun In the Yankees' triumph over the Indians as he drove in five runs with a pair of homers and a single. Mickey Mantle and Bill Skowron also homered in the Yankees' 16 - hit attack on starter Early \Vynn and three subsequent relievers'. Bobby Shantz went all the way for his sixth victory although Saints Edge Tribe In Pitchers' Duel INTOANAPOLIS (UP)—The St. Paul Saints ed-ged the Indianapolis Indians, 3-2, in an American Association baseball game here Wednesday night as southpaw Danny McDevitl ohoked oJf the Tribe with orfly four hits. McDevitl was in rare form as he held the Indians to only one einglc until the eighth when the home team put together two sin- (jfles for their two runs. Don Demoter, removed from the game with a pulled groin muscle the night before, and John Glenn led the Saints' 11-hlt attack with » single and a double each. McDevitl raised his record to !)-') with the win, while starter and loser BiE DuFour now is 1-3. back, moved up wMih a knockout of Clairc-noe Hinnund and a decision over Bob Sal'terfiicM. Del Flanagan, 91. Paul welterweight, was dropped from the ratings because of u scuSffle with St. Paul policemen that 1 cost him 90 daye in jail.. Little League Mothers Auxiliary Meets Friday An organizational meeting of the Little League Mothers' Auxiliary will bo conducted at 7:30 p.m. Friduy at the city building. Members will dl.icu«) plans for the operation of the concession stand during the season and other pro- g-ram details. SET KIUCHELL RITES NEW YORK (UP) — Funeral services for Paul Krlcholl, who had been the Yankee?;' head scoul for the last 20 years, will bo held Saturday and his burial will take place at Kcnsico Cemetery, Valhalla, N.Y. Krichcll, discoverer of more 'baseball .slars than any other scout, died Tuesday night at the age of 74 after a long illness. Berra suffered foe injury during the second Inning Of Wednesday night's game, which the Yankees won, 1-3-3. A foul tip from tlhe bat of Latiry Raines of Ohe Indians struck the tar on Hurra's mask and the impact from the ball diwe the bur of the mask against tho Yankee catcher's nose. Nashville Players Fined for Brawl in Memphis Night Club MEMPHIS, Ten-n. (UP) — Offi cials of the Nashville basebal /cam Indicated today that three Southern Association players, win xjl-i-ee said made like Hie Nev York Yankees in a Memphis bar will get oK a tot easier than major league brawlers. The three Nashville players jwo of them former major leugu ers, were charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the poace ant resisting arrest following a soulh- onHslyie, minor league version Of lie Yankee nightclub scuffle. The six Ya-nkce players involved in the New York nightclub scuffle were fined a total of $5,500 by Jhe New York front ofificu. However, oOftcials of Uic Nash- Turner Posts Upser Victory Over Bahama MIAMI BEACH KIP)—KM Turner's unrelenting -fl-sts won him an uip»ot split decision over Bimini's Yama Bahama in a 10-round fight Wednesday ni»ht, but hi« ma-na-g- or ordered him to a hospila! with painful hend in-jury wlhich doc,ors said wa-s not serious, Turner,^ 28-yonr-old Philadeliplil- o-n, suffered a torn voin under II skin of Ms forehead and a posi We concussion while battering ,-hrough the duTon-siive maneuvers of the swarthy Babamnn be-fore 2,068 fans at the Miami Beach Auditorium. The bout was nationally televised. Turner wa.s taken to Mt. Sin-ai Hospital to spend the night under observation a-l Ihe request of his manager, George Kate. The fmap-l- tol said at midnight most of Uic swelling in Turner's forehead had gone down and he was "feeling fine." Turner, whoiso victory Wednesday was swcut revenge for a loss to Bahama in M-adi.son Square Garden last June, said he- thought lie received the head in-jury during the final three rounds "from butting." 16-Year-Old Trophy Awarded to Bowden N'BW YORK (UP) — Sixteen ycara ago, a wealthy New York importer named Col. Hans Lager- locf willed a handsome $500 trophy to -the New York Metropolitan AAU with the stipulation that it be awarded to the first American to run the mile in less than 4 minutes. People laughed back -In those days at the idea. oE a 4-minute miler, but t-hen Don Bowrien of the University of California came the I along last Saturday-and turni-d in sal-1 a 3:M.7 mile ut OompVm, Calif. As the first American to crock the 4-minuLc mile barrier, Bowclon was being honored at a lunch here Wednesday when AAU oiflclals suddenly recalled the trophy. Aflor a haaly search, the l forgotten, tarnished cup was founc Softball At Jersey City 000 000 000— 051 000 001 03x— 4 11 1 (11 Innings) GAME TONIGHT g;00_YWCA vs. Gross Creek RESULTS TUESDAY The Walton Lions nipped the K of C softballers 4-2 and Kewanna walloped UAW in a pair of games at.Riverside park diamond Wed nesday night. Walton rallied for four runs in the fourth inning to erase a 3-0 KC lead and win the opener. George Hosier led Walton with two hits, one a double. Bishop swatted a home run for the KC team in the second. Kewanna gained a 4-0 lead cm UAW in the first two innings and went on to win handily. Kewah- na had eight hits, one a homer by Larry Anderson with a mate on base in the first inning. Summary: K. of C. 020,10—2 3 0 Walton 000,4x—4 8 : Bauer and BeaU; Wallace and 100 000 001 02— 490 001 001 000 00— 273 Joffcoat, Acker (8), ICippstein •10) and Bailey. Simmons, Far roll (11) and Lopata.' Winner '— Klippstein (2-4). Loser — Farrell 3-2). HR—Bouchee U7h>. Sutton. Kewanna UAW ' Hammon, Anderson and Hoover; Watson and H. Smith. Major League Leaders National League Player & Club G. AB R. H. Pet. Fondy, Pgh. 38 156 21 57 .305 Hodges, Bkn. 43 167 23 60 .359 Musial, St.L. 42 173 25 62 .XX Groat, Pgh. 32 128 16 45 .352 Thomas, Pgh. 43 173 18 60 .347 American League Williams, Bos. U 142 28 57 .401 Mantle, N.Y. 44 149 38 54 .362 Fox, Chi. 43 163 32 58 .356 Beruria, Det. 36 121 a 39 .322 Wertz, Cle. 42 145 25 46 .317 Home Runs National League—Aaron, Bravei 13; Moon, Cards 11; Snider, Dodgers; Musial, Cards, and Mays, Giants, all 10. American League — Williams, Red Sox 12; Mantle, Yanks !2; St. Louis 400 000 010— 991 Pittsburgh 000 000 100— 151 McDaniel (5-2) and H. Smith. Friend, Arroyo (8) and Foiles, Rand (8). Loser — Friend (3-6). HR—Moon (llith). American League Boston 101 000 000— 282 Farm Bureau To Hold Show Cass County Farm Bureau will hold a talent show June 21 in Washington school at 8 p.m. Ait a meeting of the organization Wednesday night, it was suggested that at least two contestants from each township take part. The contestants will be divided into three age groups, 1-10, H-18, and over 18. Two winners in each group will get priv.cs. Allen McKnig, who presided at Kemmcrer, Pascual (9) and; i ne mooting, said Cass county re Courtney, Lary, Foytack (9) and House. Wi-n-ner — Foytack (6-4). Loser—Pascual (4-S). KR — Yost (3rd), Maxwell (6th). ;hicago 100 020 12x— 6 11 1 Brewer, Chaknles (7) and White. Donovan (5-1) and Loiter. Loser —Bruwer (0-5). (11 Innings) Wash. Detroit 100 000 001 00— 290 OCX) 001 010 01— 3 11 1 Zernial, Athletics 11; Sievcrs, Seu- 2203310—11 8 sUiors 10; Skizas. Athletics 8. ' ' 563 Runs Batted In National League—Aaron, Braves 38; Musial, Cards 37; Hoak, Hi-<legs 34; Furillo, Dodgers 33: Robinson, Redlegs 32; Bell, Redlegs 32. American League—Sievers, Senators 36; Jensen, Red Sox 30; Minoso, White Sox 30; Wertz, Indians 2fl; Lollnr, While Sox; Mantle, Yanks and Skowrou, Yanits, afl 28. Pitching Ackwr, Redlegs 6-1; Sanford, Phils 6-1; Shantz, Yanks C-l; Donovan, White Sox 5-1; Pierce, White Sox 9-2. Baltimore Kansas City 100 000 100— 260 110 100 OOx— 380 Moore (2-4) and Taiandos. Por- locarroro, Morgan (8) and Smith. Winner—Portocarrero (2-1). HH — Zeraial (-M»), SMaa* (OIW, Meman (3rd). New York Cleveland 000. -Wl 010—1*3 16 1 100 010 100— 3 7 1 Shantz HMO and Benra, Howard (2), Wyrrn, Aguirre (5), McLish (5), Pitul-a (8) and Hasan. Loser (C-fi). HU-McDoutfald 2, may enter the livestock marketing contest this year. FURGOL DEFENDS TITLE AICRON, Ohio (UP) — Defending champion Ed Fursol led ;i field of 130 professionals n:;d an::t- teurs today into the first round of the $22,000 Rubber City Open f,.>lf tournament hero. Thirty of the top 50 money winners of the PGA circuit lire < n- Cass county won the event last| (erc( ] j n n, e ev cnt which ir I he year, thereby disqualifying them| final warmup for (lie National this year under the old rules—| OlJon j n Toledo, Ohio, noxt work. but the rules have been revised, M-c-Kaig said. Farm Bureau ladies will enter- lain rural youth members at the regular Augu.s-l meeting. District 3 Farm Bureau women leaders wi-11 meel July 10, AjjncM Doyle announced. A joinl meeting of women township leaders and Pol and Hobby leaders will be held at 1:30 p.m. July 9 at Riverside park. Final plans were minis for the Market-ing workers in the United States have Increased from 3.W1).- 1)00 to more than 5,000,000 since 1929. ville club indicated that they would not tine Uheir three stars, Tommy Brown, a former Brooklyn Dodgor infteMor, Stan Pwlys, who played with the Phillies and Cincinnati and i« currently lending Southern Association hitters, and rolietf pitcher Cat Howe. TI|VO three were arrested early Wednesday morning at the Hob Nob Tawn, where they went for B few beers after Tuesday might's Nashville - Memphis game was rained out. They were found guilty dh'ar«es and fined $52 each. But Nashville club officials indicated that the ten mwouldn't add any mote fines on Ihe players, (1st), Oar-rasquel (end), Staow-ww (7th), Next Nuclear Device Test Set for Tuesday LAS VEGAS, NQV. (UIP)— Atomic -Energy Commission sclent-iels took a reot tottny from the ticklish operation of detonating nuclear devices after completing the third lest in an 9Kten«i:ve spring- summer »c«ies. The next shot was tentatively scheduled tor Tuesday morning. The third device in lh« possibly a "trigger" for an H- bomb, vroe set morning Brom a pl«WJopm suspend- a pet pnrade for children, wilt be given. JETS WHX DRILL M^mibers of tho General Tire Jets of the locnl Colt League will hold a practice session at the Fairview pui'k baseball field tihis evening at 5 o'clock, manager Jack Jordan annouiK'es. AB players are urged to attend the workout. FOfJMI CONCLAVE GU'EBNCASTLE (UP)— Lt. Gov- Crawford Parker and state Birch BayJi and Don at the MAKLENE FAVORED PITTSBURGH (U'P) — Defending chumplon Marl one Bauer H-ugHO,' who fked n 7!2 in practice, leads a field of 2fi lop women golfo«i todn-y in the first round of Uio 74-hol« Ladies' PGA Tournu- aml turned over to Bowden I meni. 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