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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, July 9, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, July 9, 1957. Alston Plays It Coy/Won't Name Starter Till Late ST. LOUIS (UP) — National League manager Walt Alston added a tinge of mystery to the 24th annual All-Star Game today by deciding to wait "until just» before game time" before naming his •tarting pitcher. The Brooklyn Dodgers' pilot first leaned towards Curt Simmons, the Philadelphia Phillies' comeback left hander, but indicated Monday night he might give the assignment to another southpaw, Johnny Antonelli oif the New York Giants. "1 remember how well Antonelli pitched for me in the AH - Star Game last year, and I have a feeling he might turn back those American Leaguers more effectively than Simmons," said Alston, who added, "I might not make up my mind until just before game time." nifty Giant's lefty toiled in last year's 7-3 NL vicory at Washington. During a four-inning stint, Antonelli held the American Leaguers to four hits and yielded no runs and no walks. If he is chosen as the NL starter, Simmons probably will be by - passed by Jack Sanford of the Phillies or Larry Jackson of the St. Cardinals for the middle innings. Loes No. 2 For his second hurler— no Louis three All- showers ending in' (/he forenoon. In the event of rain, the game will be re-scheduled for tonight. A continuous downpour would delay the game until Wednesday morning or. afternoon. Lineup _ ST. LOUIS, Mo. UP — Starting lineups in today's major league All-Star Game: Batting and pitching records in parentheses American League Kuenn, Tigers, UK .250 Fox, White- Sox, 2b .324 Kaline, Tigers, rf ,2B3 Mantle, Yankees, cf .389 Williams, Ited Sox, If .343 Wcrtz, Indians, Ib ,293 Uerra, Yankee. 1 ;, c. ,2.'J2 Kcll, Orioles, 3b ,2«l Eunninc, Tigc-r.'i, p '0-2 National League Temple, Itedlega, 2ti .2!>z Aaron, liravts, rf .347 Musial, Cards, If) Ml Mays, Gianln, cf ,:'M lltibiniam, KedlegK, )/ ..'(12 liailey, KrsdlcKs, c .2'J7 Hoak. «edle«s, 3b .10X1 McMillan, Ke'JlcsgK, B» .24B Simmons, I'hillies, p M UmiJiren: Frank DaBCOli, NL, pUile; Hurry Napp, AL, II); Hal Dixon. NL, 2lj; John Stevfirm, AL, .'ib; Stan Landes, ML, and N'oKlon Chylak, AL, foul lines. After 4'/z innlngii, Stevcn/i i;ou!i to plate and Oa.icoll to 3li. Star pitcher is allowed to work more than three innings—Stengel indicated he would call on the Baltimore Orioles' Billy Loes. He would then have two lefties—his own Bobby Shantz and the Chicago White Sox' Billy Pierce available for the late innings. In naming the remainder of his lineup, Stengel, along with Alston, had no choice except to arrange the batting order. The other eight starters were determined by the fan poll, although baseball Com- Imissioner Ford Frick scratched I two Cincinnati players from the j National League lineup because of a late-hour avalanche of votes by Itedleg fans. Willie Mays of Cha Giants was picked to start in center field and Hank Aaron was named to open in right field for the National Leaguers by Frick. The other NL .starters included catcher Ed Bailey of Cincinnati, first baseman Stan MufliaJ of St. Louis, second baseman Johnny Temple of Cincinnati, BBorlslop Roy McMillan of Cincinnati, third bas&mun Don floak of Cincinnati, and left fielder Frank ttobinson of Cincinnati. Two Y"nk« Start Stengel had two of his own Yankees in th'e AL starting lineup —catcher Yogi Bcrra and center fielder Mickey Mantle. The other KtarlOT.'j were firsl. huntsman Vic IWcrt/. of Cleveland, second baseman Nc-llie Fox of Chicago, shortstop Harvey Kuer.n of Detroit, third base-man fleorge Kcll of Jial- timorc, left fielder Ted Wllli-ama of liu.'ilon, and right fielder Al! Kaline of Detroit. Key Fettig stones Win First Tilt, Tosses No-Hitter The Pennsy Family Club Keystones finally got over their first victory of the season at Tower each fanned nine, fora Hayward hit a triple and scored three runs for the Pirates while Roger Jenk- Park in National Division Little'ins got two hits. For the Kelts League play last night and there'Dwaryre McClaeb had a single were a few surprises on other and double, loop fronts as well. LITTLE LEAGUE The Keystones belted five-times, Panthers 032 010- 637 put on a drive that the Herman Keystones 265 41x—18/ 6 1 Supply Panther's couldn't match Hawkeyes, Hatchets Capture Loop Title TWELVE MILE — The Flying Hatchets and the Hawkeyes captured Little League victories in a double header here yesterday. The Hatchets nosed out the Blue Caps, 8-7 on Dick Eurit's two-run triple in the sixth inning and the Hawk- eyes blasted out a 7-3 win over the Yankees. Dick Eurit also added a homel run to help his team's cause. _. , __ _. . , j 1 Mil tu lltJJ^ Ilia t^ulll a WEIUaC. I-I4UV uuiwij JL auuiu a t.uuuui i uieiuaj watt, Mcuoskey and Runyon; c a p pitching struck out 12 Hatchet and waltzed oft with an 18-6 v ic-] Hal ; mon . Risser and Easter. | batters while the Hatchet hurlers tory. The Keystones got oniy six. Indian s " " hits but used them well, along i Orioles with 15 walks and aeven .Panther ! Medland, Obenchain and Nunnoi- miscues. The Panthers had three.ty; Arnold, Regan, Leonard and OM 402—1H 11 1 fanned 6 Blue Cap batters. 00(10) 030-13 5 4 „„*,„., VnnAt ^ ou( . „ . , hits with Mike Runyon getting two! Arnold, Regan, Leonard. The Picture ST. LOUIS, Mo. UP — Facts and figures on today's major league' All-Star Game: Teams: American League vs. National League. Site: Busch Stadium, St. Louis NL home team. Starting time: 1:30 p.m. c.d.t. Rival managers: Casey Stengel, Yankees, AL; Walter Alston, Dodgers, NL. Series standing: American League leads, is games to 10. Favorite: National, odds of 6-5. Starting pitchers: Jim Bunning, Detroit, AL; Curt Simmons, Philadelphia, NL 8-4. Weather forecast: Partly cloudy with chance of .showers ending in early forenoon. Mostly sunny in afternoon. Temperatures in upper COs. Starting lineups: Based on fans' votes; starters must play three innings. Pitchers: Limited lo three Innings, except in case of extra- inning game. Television: N.B.C., air time, 1:15 c.d.t. Announcers Mel Allen and Al Heifer. Radio: N.B.C., air time 1.:J5 c.d.l. Announcers Hut) Neat a/id 'Harry Caray, Th<? annual mtl-xmuvm classic, Which v/ill be. hroudcaHl and tele- viKiid nationally IN/1CV, wa/i Kcbcdiiled to mart at i:'M 'p.m. c,<J.t. at tiu.'icn StJiiJim/j. JIuimluK Al/ SUrlcr American League rnana#<:r' C;i- B<;y StKiwel of the N<;w York Yank':<r« declined U» c;u;a;;<; in any iiuch gucfinuif, XfutMi. Irked tivisr hii; non-loo-Kluaay All • .Slar record — he ha;i been beaten five timeii in !>ir. tries—Stonm;! dtlijcl- eii Jim liunnlnc,. the Del roll Ti- K«r»' ni'lK-iirrriirig ri?,iil hawler, 'M hilt iiturlln^. pitcher, liuiinliif. IIUH won 10 tinmo.i and lo»l two IhU year, Smunonn ha;i po;iled oltfit vlcln- ri';a ami lout four for tin: I'lilllien thix neaK'/ii after ln:lrm comildored "wasliwl up" l;/nl. yt-.M, Ant'<."<:lll'x record In a mediocre 7-7, but Al-j Blon jjljll i;;irj'l forrfel )>«v the , 1 Tlie National League™, victors in six of ,lhe last seven clawilcs, remained a slim 11-fi favorite for this latest renewal before a sellout crowd fit .'11,000. The weutihorman predicted part/- ly cloudy nkles with a chance of Washington Township Wins Practice Game Washington Tp. llalcheU won forfeit from Mulua'n Hornets when the latter failed to field a full loam at Kalrvlew park Sunday and I, a practice content wa« xlai'.ed In Hive both clubK some action mu W.'jshlnKlon won il lu-2 an (3<jrdnn Wilson hit two homiMVi, Harolt Ilowcil mid Keith J/offurl hit nm homer apiece. Unwell pitched a 2 hitte in Ihc 5-lnninjj .stlr.l. R II 'Ji. Wuttlilnglon 1» 10 2 Melca 22 Uowcl! and Vance; llubunUial !!. WuHonor und Price. 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At Crain .Field the Optimist- In dians continued to look stronger ln S lans . and stronger as they withstood a'. uranasta " 10-run explosion by the David ' Orioles and squeezed out a 10-13'_ victory, their fourth of the season !" cars in the American Division' LLB.I, J; s PONY LEAGUE Dodgers 400 101 2—8 Indians 000 000 1—1 Timberman; Al- Johnny Pabst had two hits, one a B ' COLT LEAGUE 001 001 0—2 3 2 120 101 x—5 3 2 , double, Miller had two doubles,;^ and Ues Obenchain and Brewer, two singles ' lratcs each for the winners. Leonard got throe hits, including a home run for the Orioles. In Pony League aclion, the leading Kain Motor Dodgers trimmed the Grusunmeycr Indians 8-1 as Mike Newton, Craig White and Paul Hipsher each got two hits for the winners to back up Ron Grand- staff'B 5-hit pitching at Faifview park. At Riverside park two Colt League matches were staged the General Tire Jets scoring their sixth .straight win of the season, nipping the Alpha Bears fi-2, and the KLK Kolls chalked up Uicir second victory with a surprise triumph over the A&W Pirates .M as Al Thomas bested Dave Dlck- erson la a pitching duel where Kolts and Cain; Jordan, ' 101 010 1-4 200 003 x—5 and Cover got three safeties to lead Lhe Hawkeyes. Rudicel also fanned 10 Yankee batters. McCiain led the losers with two triples and struck out seven. Sullivan blasted a triple in a losing cause. Hatchets' 200 041—7 6 1 Blue Caps 202 202—8 5 1 Maudlin, John Cover and Dill- uugansporr, inaiana, rnaros-rriDUM Win* Pro Hood Blasted By Aussies NEW YORK (UP) — United States hopes of regaining the Davis Cup soared today while Australian tennis officials blasted Lew Hoad for turning pro. "The Davis Cup competition is wide open now that Lew has turned pro," said Renville H. McCann, president of the U.S. Lawn Tennis Assn. "His decision certainly has helped our ctuir.ces and 41st Annual Junior Golf Tourney Opens Tuesday at Purdue LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UP) — Th« 40th annual Western Junior golf championship, the oldest of the nation's teen-a^e golf.evo<nts, opened over the tough Purdue South course todaj with most of last year's top contenders back. Heading the field of 147 shot- makers from 22 states was defending champion Dick Footc, Santa Ana, Calif., and the three other semifinalisls from last vear. Eighieen-hole qualifying rounds today and Wednesday will reduce the championship flight to the 32 }ow , the chances of oilier countries, | T ) lul . s( j av Tlle too. We have great hopes." ' • --•-•_ W'hon Hoad accepted a record $125,000 contract Monday' from promoter Jack Kramer, he left the tennis-mad Australians man; Moss, Eurit and Abbott. out an experienced Cup player to Hawkeyes Yankees Dickcrson and Vance; A. Thomas and McClaeb. AT FAIRVIEW R H E Dodgers 321 Indians 222 Lowes and Apt; Kistler and Arnold. AT TOWER PAKK ' R H E Braves . 23 8 Crimmoiis, jRudicel, and Cover; McClain and Sullivan. 121 03—7 10 41 defend the amateur game's most coveted trophy next December. Oil 01—3 6 6 Little Loop All-Stars Will Be Named Tonight A meeting to choose Little •League All-Star teams will be held tonight at the city building courtroom for all managers and management personnel. League president Paul Mnpld said the session will be held after Phillies 14 Hand and Bennett; Miller, E.I Burkhart, J. Burkhart, Uiccliardi' und, E. Burkhart, .Millar, Huff, „ the regular baseball games. Cubs Red Sox' Fettig and Haugh; Turnier and Reutebuch. R 4 3 H 4 0 E 0 Hcuson for the "hurry up" meet" ing is that the tourney dale has been moved up lht> week of .July 22. Maple said that if tonight's games were rained out tho meeting will be held at 7:30. Tile Lawn Tennis Assn. of Australia reacted by accusing Hoad of breaking a written promise not to turn pro. until Jan. 31, 1950, a.nd moved to bar Kramer's troupe from iLs big stadiums. In Los Angeles, Panciio Goiv/.a- les said Kramer would have to •get a man to Uike his place in the Toiiraajiu'iJl of Champions at Forest Hills, N.Y., if Hoad is an entrant. The loiirname.nl starts Saturday and will mark Lew's pro debut. "If lload is In the Tournament of Champions, I'm out of it," Gon- ralea said. "This is unfair lo me. 1 scheduled for Saturday. Foolc's principal opposition tj Dcane BernM, Kensington. JM, the runner-up jiisl year, and such youngsters as Kon Royer, Craw- fordsvJlle, Ind., and John Ellis, Wilmette. 111., who also gained the semi-finals in 1356. Another top threat is slender lion Essig, Indianapolis, a Louisiana State student who captured tho Indiana junior crown on the same course last month. The Woslorn also was held hraa in 1948 who A Gene Coulter, Richmond, Ind., Ijic.n ,1 Purdue freshman, took all comers. The team championship goes lo '.he throe-some or five-some (urn- jng in the lowest nggreKatc score. Washington, U.C. won the trophy last year. Tho artichoke belongs to U)« same family as lhisl.liv>. sunflowers, leUiiee, salsify, and chry.tan- Irad been looking forward lo \ :.hcmum.s. the Njlional Cioopra- playlng Hoat in a 'head lo head'i-.ihic Magazine says. The o'rti- tour tor Uie world championship, jliolte.'; forerunner, canloon, a Any previous im-cli-ngs in tourna- Rea-d the Classified Ads y^b^"'™ 1 ^ ^ ginnl. Ihistli', was cultivated for its loaf shoots In-fore the Clirijiiian You need a Wiedemann's! Nothing satisfies like that man-size registered flavor. Come 'n get it! Give the Hi-Sign im for a live, frosty . . . \VlEDEMANNlS^REGISTERED

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