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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 7, 1957
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1 ./elve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuae Friday Evening, June 7, 1957. Junior Legion Baseball Club Opens Season Sunday Ligonier Will Provide Opposition at Riverside Major League Standings Manager Bob Hunter List's 15-Player Roster and Schedule; Locals Play Home Games Wednesday Nights and Sunday Afternoons. Logansport's American Legion; junior baseball team will launch its 21-game regular season schedule at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon, hosting the Ligonier ball club at the Riverside park diamond. Manager Bob Hunter, who announced the schedule today, also listed a 15-player roster, but emphasized tha'. it was still open for newcomers. All boys desiring to play Legion baseball this summer and who •were born September 1, 1939 or thereafter, are invited to attend the practice session at 9 a.m. Saturday at Riverside. Hunter believes his staff of four pitchers — all righthanders, will be sufficient to handle the ambitious schedule. They include Billy Cuppy, Larry Jones, Joe Kasch and Tom Shook. Infielders on the rosier are Don Kesler, Dave Dickerson, ."Mm Sweet, Larry Cart and Wally Farrell. Al Thomas, Pat O'Connor and Jack Cain are listed as outfielders with Dave Nichols, Ken lies and Mike Maple doing the catching. The Junior Legion team will play seven of its in home games on Wednesday nights with three slated for Sunday afternoons. Rochester will follow Ligonier Into Riverside park next Wednesday, June 12, after which the. locals play a pair of "road" games at Frankfort and Lebanon. Enter Tourney Hunter announced that Logansport would compete in the Ligonier invitational tournament, beginning July 4, and that a regularly- scheduled date with Zionsville on July 6 would be postponed in the event the team advanced in the double elimination meet. Rex Hunter, coach of the Lo- gatsport high school bast-ball Berries, will serve as assistant for the Legion team. Co-sponsors of the squad arc the American Legion post No. 60 and the Hopc-Luxem company. Cincinnati Brooklyn Philadelphia Milwaukee St. Louis New York Pittsburgh 0 Chicago National League W. L. Pet. GB 29 17 .630 ... 26 17 .605 1V4 27 18 .600' l'/i 25 19 .568 3 '22 21 .512 5% 20 27 .426 9'/z 15 30 ,333 13'A 13 28 .317 13'A Thursday's Results St. Louis 6 Pittsburgh 0 New York 2 Milwaukee 0 Philadelphia 6 Cincinnati 2, night Chicago at Brooklyn night ppd fog Friday's Probable Pitchers Cincinnati at Brooklyn (night)— Klippstein (1-4) vs Craig (1-2). St. Louis at New York (night)— Jackson (6-2) vs Antonelli (3-6). Chicago at Philadelphia (night) —Hillman (0-1) vs Sanford (6-1). Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (night) —Spahn (5-3) vs Purkey (4-3). Saturday's Games Cincinnati at Brooklyn St. Louis at New York Chicago at Philadelphia Milwaukee at Pittsburgh American League W. L. Pet. GB Chicago New York Cleveland Detroit Boston Kansas City Baltimore Washington 31 12 27 18 23 21 24 23 .721 ... .COO 5 .523 8% .511 0 23 24 .489 10 20 26 .435 12V 19 26 .422 13 IG 33 .327 18 List Starting Times for 56 Golf Entrants City Tournament Opens Saturday At Country Club and Continues Sunday At Dykeman Links Pairings and tee-off times for 56 entrants in the annual city golf tournament at the Logansport Country club and Dykeman Municipal links beginning Saturday were announced today. Bill Thompson, the defending champion, will launch the tourney at 9 a.m. Saturday on the Club links playing in a threesome which also includes Dick Elliott, Sr. and Fred Wolfe. Play will continue on a similar schedule at 9 a.m. Sunday over the Dykeman course for an additional 18 holes. Golfers will be placed in flights after the opening weekend of com petition, with 16' bracketed in the championship flight. The starting times are as follows: 9:00 a.m. Bill Thompson, Dick Elliott, Sr. Fred' Wolfe. 9:10 Harold Jamison, Joe Pat- acsil, Kenny Kite, Henry Szewczyk. 9:20 Bill Hile, Paul Steekel, Kcn- ney Ingram, Donald O'Connor, 12 noon Cecil Jamison, C. A. Moreiiead, Bob Davis, Dick Edwards. 12:07 p.m. Charles Bowles, Lou Yesterday's Results National League Milwaukee 000 000 000— 041 New York 101 000 OOx— 251 Buhl, Jolly (8) and Rice. Gomez'(7-3) and Katt. HR—Schoendienst (8th). Loser—Buhl (4-2). St. Louis 030 300 000— 6 12 1 Dodgers, Cubs In Fog So Umps Call Off Game Players Get Lost for Hour and 26 Minutes At Flatbush Park BROOKLYN (UP)—The Brooklyn Dodgers are sure today they could react to Los Angeles' famed smog as if they never left home. The Dodgers haven't l«ft Brooklyn—not yet, at least—but they know all about smog. They and Ihe Chicago Cubs got losl for an hour and 26 minutes in it Thursday night before the umpires and Bailey. Roberts (G-6) and Lo- called off their game at Ebtiets pata. Loser—Gross (4-2). HR — | Field. Lopata (5th), Bowman (5lh), Re-i Officially, the umpires called it Pittsburgh 000 000 000— 060 Dickson (2-2) and H. Smith. Kline, O'Brien Pepper (6), King (9) and Foiles. Loser—Kline (1-8). HR—Ennis (4fch). Cincinnati 010 000 100— 2 Philadlphia 002 211 OOx— 6 10 0 Gross, Fowler (5), Nuxhall (7) Ford Leads Golf Earnings DUNEDIN, Fla. (UP) — Doug Ford has kept his lead _among PGA money winners and is way out in front in the running for the Ryder Cup, the Professional Golfers Assn. said Thursday. The Kiameaha Lake, N.Y., golfer, who took the money lead m|delphia Phillies' long-shot pennant the year's months ago, amounting to $27,031. He is trailed by Arnold Palmer, JLatrone, Pa., who kept his second place post this month with $13,469. Jimmy Demaret, also of Kismesha Lake, is third with $12,691. Bifl Casper Jr., Chuia Vista, Roberts Proves He Can Still Win "The Big One" Phillies' Ace Right Hander Handcuffs Redlegs, 6-2; Milwaukee Blows Chance to Gain Ground, Bowing to Giants, 2-0. Robin Roberts gave the Phila- tors, 7-fi, and the Baltimore Orl- first now tourney five'hopes a "shot in the arm" today has earnings pulski -(5lh). Chicago at Brooklyn, ppc!., fog. Boston Chicago American League Oil 000 000— 270 001 000 20x— 3 10 1 Dolnics, Charles Pickering. Rodgers, R. 12:14 Art Brinkruff, BUI Sullivan, John Albright, Harry Binder. 12:21 Charles Lowe, Oscar Miller, Bob Lowe, Chuck Hialt. ]2:2(i Carl Miller, John Hialt, Neal MfKer. 12:33 Perry Gibson, Dick Rc- Steve Hamilton, Don Bes- Thursday's Results Chicago 3 Boston 2 Detroit 7 Washington 6 New York 14 Cleveland o Baltimore 8 Kansas City 3 Friday's Probable Pitchers Baltimore' at Chicago (night) — CeccarelK (0-1) vs Harshman singnano. 12:42 Dale Miller, Bob Nethercutt. Bob Wolfe, 12:50 Bob Buck, Ken SUifterger, lid Werner, Bud Steels. 12:57 Dick Nethercutt, Dutch Gru.scnmycr, Bill Nuwcomb, Clayton Bunger. 1:05 Howard Pashong, Jack Herron, J.J. Werner, Harry Skinner. Sisler (4-3) and White. Wilson (G-2) and Battey. HE, — Vernon (2nd), Minoso (3rd). New York Cleveland 240 051 002—14 20 2 001 101 002— 550 Kucks (3-5) and Howard. Garcia, Tomanek (2), McLlsh (5), Aguirre (5), Pitula (7) and Nixon. Loser—Garcia (1-3). HR —Mantle (13lh), Skowron (7th), Raines (2nd). Washington 201 300 000— 691 Detroit with proof he can still win the big ones. The 30-year-old right hand«r oles whipped the Kansas City A's, 8-3, in other A.L. activity. Roberts was backed by a 10-hit attack that included homers by Stan Lopata, Bob Bowman and came through with a sharp eight-1 Rip Repulski., Don Gross suffered hitter Thursday night to give the|hi s second defeat. Phillies a G-2 victory over the Cincinnati Recilegs. The victory moved the Phillies t/o wilhin 1% Calif., moved up from nth place iS ame s of first-place Cincinnati, last March to fourth place this! T " c st ' Lou . is Cardinals beat the off because everybody was in a month with $11,878. He is followed in order of earnings by: OSd Furgol,, St. Louis, $11,415; Peter Thomson, Melbourne, Aus- fog. And, for once, Dodger Presi- j tralia, $11,224; Art Wall Jr., Po- defit Walter O'Malley— the fellow who's had all Brooklyn in a fog for the last month — couldn't be blamed. The Weather Bureau reported it was a general condition that enveloped New York City and curtailed movements at airports, highways, etc. The mist had already started to cona Manor, Pa., $10,827; Dow Finsterwald, Bedford Heights, Ohio, $10,665; Jay Hebert, San- Pittsburgh Pirates, 6-0, and the New York Giants downed Iho Braves, 2-0, in the other National League games. Chicago at Brooklyn was called off after an inning and a half when a dense fog enveloped Ebbe'.s Fild and made it impossible to follow the ball. dorf, Fla., $10,639; and Mike Sou-| The Chicago White Sox main- chak, Grossingers, N.Y., $10,495. Demaret is ahead in the Vardon Trophy race with an average of 70.25 strokes. Souchak is second with 70.75. He is followed by Fin- creep in over the field when the. sterwald, 70.79; Ford, 70.86; and 040 001 llx— 7 12 2 Ramos, Byerly and Fitzgerald. Hooft, Slealcr and House. Winner ^-Sleater (2-0). Loser — Byeriy (2-1). HR —Sievers (llth), llocfl (1st), House (4!:h). 100 103 030— BOO 000 101 100— 3 10 0 Baltimore Kansas City Johnson, Zuverink (7) and Triandos, Ginsberg (it). G-arver, Colc- mun (6), Duron (8), Trucks (0), Kollncr (8) and Smith. Winner — game started and it became so bad in One second inning that left- fielder Bob Speake of the Cubs let a routine H.y ball by Charley Neal drop for a double. At this point, intielder Bobby Morgan turned to umpire Dusty Boggess and pleaded: "Call time, it's so bad out here this inning will never end if they keep hitting the ball in the air." "I knew the ball was up there somewhere," said a perplexed Speake. "But I just couldn't find it." Responding to Morgan's re- Johnson Laser — Carver (4-4). HR —Nieman (4th), Ccrv (4th), Gardner (3rd). The complete schedule follows: i Nixon (3-D vs Burnette (3-3i. June 9 — Ligonier, 2:30 June 12 — Rochester. 7:00 June 15 — At Frankfort, 7.30 June 16 — At Lebanon, 7:30 June 19 — Wabash, 7:30 June 22 — At West Lafayette, 3:30 June 23 — Valparaiso, 4:00 June 26 — Winamac, 7:30 June 29 — At Gas City, 2:00 •June 30 — At Kouts, 3:00 July 4 — Tourney at l.igonier July 6 — At Xior.sville July 7 — Tcrre Haute, 2:30 July B — At Knkomo, 7:00 July 10 — Kokomo, 7:00 July 13 — At Huntingtnn, 2:00 July 14 — At Wabash, 3:00 July 17 — Frankfort, 7:00 July 20 — At Lafayette (Tourney) July 21 — Open July 24 — Lafayette, 7:00 July 27 — Al Rochester, 4:00 July 2»l — At Flora, 1:30 July 31 — Kouts, 7:00 Robinson Has Stormy sccarelH (0-1) vs Harshman (4-1) ™«, •'.•<• werner, i-iarry oKinncr. I c _ •__ \i/;*U M «-..:,• Boston at Kansas City (night)— L 3;(X) . !? crb Youn B. Da-vc Trill, iBSSIOn With INOmS On Fight Arrangements Now York at Detroit (night) — Larsen (2-1) va Bunning (4-1). Washington al Cleveland (night) —Stobbs (0-10) vs Daley (1-4). Saturday's Games Washington at Cleveland Now York at Detroit Boston at Kansas City Baltimore at Chicago Fullmer Meets Jones Tonight CHICAGO (UP)—Former champ Gene Fullmer and Ralph ('finer) Jone.s Thursday wound up preparations for their middleweight bout, each contending he was in top condition and awaiting a crack at the title. The two tangle In a 10 - round nationally televised mulch al Ihe Sladium Friday night. "I'd say .Jones is in Iho best condition of his career," Jack Friday, Jones' trainer, said. "That's what Ralph has been lell- Don Keller. 3:07 Frank Henry, Pal Sabatini, Kobert Ross, Don Grubbs. American A.sn«ci«tion W. L. Pet. Wichila 31 Hi Minneapolis S2 20 St. Paul 27 20 Omaha 2024 ,(H5 .574 Indianapolis Charleston Uenvur Ixjuisvillc . 25 2fi .4!)0 . •£, 2!) .4(i3 . 20 25 .444 . 13 37 ,2(10 Thursday's Results Denver 10 Indianapolis 3 Omaha y Wichita 8 Minneapolis 14 Louisville ti Charleston 2 St. Paul 0 Today's Games Denver at Indianapolis Minneapolis al Louisville St. Paul at Charleston Omaha at Wichita quesl, Boggess called lime and umpire Ken Burkhart, working boiling the plate, held up the con- lesl after a conference with managers Bob SchePfing and Walt Alston. After an hour and ZU-minutes, the umpires went looking for each oOhcr again and" decided enough wa.s loo much. The official end came when Tex Kickard, Brooklyn's double - talking public address announcer, advised: "Thia game is being called pending the results of the fog." No one could say for sure but il was believed Lhe es'jmated 5,000 Moore Given Suspension GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (UP)—I Archie Moore, who has successfully avoided defending his llghl- hea-vywei'ghl crown for a year, wa.s sl.aippcd with a suspension lo- 'paus groping went home. NEW YORK (UP)—Sugar Ray Robinson declared angrily today, "I won't do any more business with 'lie ITiC until Uiey pay me •for my pictures, even if (Carmen) Basilio is signed to fight me." :_ _: The middleweight champion's : Shares First Al Bessellnk, 71.16. Ford lops the Ryder Cup competition with 649 1-6; next are Fur. tained their five-game American League lead with a 3-2 win over the Boston. Red Sox while the second - place New York Yankees Stan Mosial whacked two doubles to raise his average to .'Ml and take over Ilie N.L. tolling lead. St. Louis' 41-year-old Murry Dickson pitched a six - hillcr and contributed two hits to the Cardinals' 12-hit attack (hat dealt Ron Kline his eighth loss. Ruben Gome/, became the N.L. first seven - game winner with a nifty four-hitter that paved tha way for the Braves' fifth loss in seven games. Red Scliocndionst walloped his eighth homer of ths year for (he Giants. Bob Buhl, a four - game winner, suffered his second defeat. also made it four slraight viclo-j Minnie Minoso's two-run seventh ries when they routed the Cleve- inning homer enabled '.he While they land Indians, 14-5. The Dolroi' Tigers beat Ihe Washington Sena- gol, 531 53-60; Ted Knoll, 512 7-15; Twelve Mile Opens Little league Card Dr. Cary Middlecof'f, 498; and Burke, 470 7-20. Ford is also leading the TTT (top ten tournament players) with 51)3. Casper is next wili'. 530, followed by Wall, 529.50; Furgol, 500; and Fins'.erwald, 4!M),50. Galveston Signs Max Quirk as New Coach G-ALVESTON — Max Quirk, who lost his team when Macy high school closed was named to succeed Cedi'ic Wise as athletic coach of the Galveston Cardinals, A graduate of Sharpsvillc hijjh school and Manchester collect!, Quirk buill Maty, a perennial basketball loser into a 10-30 performer the pasl 'season. His softball learn won the Miami county softball championship with an »n de fen Led record lust fall. Macy students will be scnl to Rochester for [he next school term, pending possible consolidn- of about Ihe stands!!™ 1 l' laas ;" Ul ° nortl1 Miami county. Bolt Keeps Temper, Foster Wins Butler Medal for Attitude INDIANAPOLIS (LT) — Henry (Hank) Foster, I'lainfield, N.J.. Thursday nltflit was presented Ihe I""-' rf) 'coveted Andy Williams A.ward, Kivon each year lo Ihe member of any Butler University varsity team displaying, outstanding men- day !>y National Boxing Assn. President Floyd Stevens. Stevens said that Moore now must defend the title by July 7 or it will be vacated by the NBA. ."And 1 don't mean ju.s-t sign for a dofcn.sc by July 7," Steven.s said. "We'ro going through with our decision of a month itgo." At thai time Moore was given an additional period to pare pounds from his 200-iplus fra-me to tin: 175 - pound light heavy limit. Moon; has been in Germany barnstorming and has demanded a $100,000 guarantee, Thi! gualood performer appeared In have signed to Uofuwl tonight aKUKist Tony Anthony, the No. 1 ohalluttKer, when Moore • was in Detroit in March. Hut later Moore wrath about alleged non-ipaymnut of mffvie money I'or a previous bout has stymied negotiations for his title dc-fen.sc against welterweight champion Uasilio at the Polo Grounds, probably Sept. 17. Uasilio, the 147 - pound ruler, AKRON, Ohio (UP) — Tommy Bolt, hi.s I'jinied temper in check, entered the second round of the $22,000 Rubber City Open tfolf tournament today in a three-way lie ii>" first place. Bolt turned in a four-undur-pa" signed Thursday to cttaUor.Ke f(ii-|«7 Thursday l.o share Hie first Itobinson's KlO^pound cruwn, and; day honors with Guy Brewer Jr., lie agreed to take 25 per cent of <>( Cincinnati and CliaHre SiPforcl alii net recoipl.s — which are ox- poetcd lo exceed $1 .OOO.IHK). But Robinson had a stormy .session witli promoter Jim Norris at smiscjl, and lie lofl the International Boxing Club in H huff. .Sugar Ray omphasi/.cd, "Niirris knows whut percentage I'll wr.nt- said h<; only faked si«ranH part for the bunefiil of pholo ial allilude toward leammaUjs, oaclies, faculty and studies. The rangy senior, winner of four ln« me, and Tin "incl'inod " to ~«o I major letter awards in both track along with It." Fullmer, meanwhile, kopt slug- K'sfiK away until hi-i muna^or, Marv Jensen, ordered drilln tap- wed wff. Fullmer breezed through a litfht workout, his lasl expected drill before the fi/M. Indians Bow 10-3 To Denver Bears INWANAimiS (Iff) _ Three- run homers by ri'fflitficlder George Wil.'ion and catcher Bob Oldls powered the Denver Hears lo an easy 10-3 American Association victory Over fmlianapoli.s Tiuir.sday night. Ben Flowers picked up his fir.st win of the season after three straight setbacks, but lie wa.sn't around at the finish. Oklis and second baseman Curt Roberts each connected for three hits as the Bears clustered three | runs in oach of the first two in- and basketball, ia the Kith Ilulltlon athlete to roceiv c Ilie medal, Foster rocoived the award al tlhc annual .spring Hports bamiuel. Another feature of the evening wan Iho presentation of a 1057 Helms Foundation All-American ba.iketball team certificate to Ted t!u/.«k of Hammond, lop-seoriiu; member of lu-sl season's Uutler basketball team. Guy.ek was honored as one of the 80 top notters in the nation. Wiffi Sets Course Record in Ladies PGA Championship PITTSBURGH (UP) — Profcs- sional newcomer Wiffi Smith, a freckle-faced lass with a "near magic" p u t I e r who shattered men's par lo set a course record, took u one-stroke lead I inlay into the second round of the Ladies' PGA championship. The- 1D5C British and French Amateur tHli.sl. from Si. C'lai,", Mich., showed her heels to 25 of Ihe nation's lop women golfers Thursday by bla.sll.ni/. a 2-uadei'- Read the Classified Ads Sox to overcome ci 2-1 deficit and present US-yea r-iild Jim Wilson with his .sixth victory. Wilson limited the Red Sox to sewn hits and struck out five. He hurled tlia fourth straight complete gamo by a White Sox pitcher. Dave Slslcr TWELVE MILK — Litlle League, Baseball got under way here Thurs-'iwas the loser! clay night with a colorful parade! Mantle Hits Will Ilomrr and appropriate ccn'oinonies. including three brief exhibition Ramcs. The siiow was sponsored by tlio Lions club and District Governor Keilli Sliowalter, of Logansporl, throw out the fir.st ball lo get the games under way. Nearly 400 persons assembled lo watch the youngsters in action. In the fir.st game the Dodgers Bill Skowron knocked in five runs with four hits and Mickey Mantle clubbed hi.s 131b homer of the year lo lead the Yankees' season-lii;;)} assault of 20 liil.s on fi.ve Cleveland pilelu'rs. Johnny Kuck.s wonl I be (iUHance for Ilia Yankees to win his fif'.h decision. Frank House lujnicrc'd in tlio iiighlh inning lo give Iho Timers beat the Hawkeyes 10-4 with ltns- ; "" ? "' w '"" il 'S ™» after t'cllvf sell ,..., Cover and Junes forming t!ieil" lcho1 ' L(m Sli-ater scored tlio winning baltery while Ci-immiasj"<•'"'« ™" '" '•''<•' -wmii. Bi»y liookwaller and Fahl worked for ]luea als( > hfiiiu-red for Detroit Iho losers. while Roy Sicvers, American The second tfame .saw (he Van- Lea^uo Hill' leader, shiKKCil his kecs bonlint,'Ihe Flyini! Aces <l-a as ''"I' round - (ripper for the Sena- Stroni,' pilehed In Sullivan for the lars - T1 '" win was SleaKT's sec- winners while Aiidei-son, Thomas and Crim did heavy duly for the Home runs by Hilly Gardner and Hob Nieman sparked Baltimore's ninc'-hil. al'.ack which enabled Connie Johnson lo f^ain credit for his fourth win. Ned In the third contest Ihe Flying Hatchets tripped Iliu Him: Caps 4-0 as Smilli. Maudlin and Mingliu' funned the winning ballery ami!Carver was tagged with his fourth Moss, Kimkle and Ablmlt were|defeat. Bob I'orv hoimTed for Iho tlie workmen for the losers. 'Athletics. o[ fliiladcilipiiiii, b'ol.li relatively | unknown on Die pro circuit. A group of 27 started play today within three strokes of the loaders. Six were one stroke oK the |>uco, Five tr.ai!od by Uw> and 1C had one-underi|Hir 70s to stay in strong conlonlioii. when we j;et Hits picture Imsi-iiuusi Ve.lcrn.ns of Ihe pro etocuil high sl.raighlcnod out. I told him two up on '-lie first day list toeluilwl weeks ago I wouldn't lake less liian 45 per cent—no matter wlial, Basilio got." Thursday ni'Klrt Norn's iiKltaUcd he was willing to give Kubir.snn 40 per tent of all net receipts— from the net gate, theater IcJovi- sion and movies. He ex'pecls Uie gross gate lo oreuod the $7l'>7,fl!!(i, r j i drawn by ,Rol>ii:son anil Handy In federal Turpin at the Palo Grounds in 11)51, and l)he TV money to exceed $250.000. Diw Firrslerwaixl, Oick M-aycr, all Mnrly Furgol, with (IDs; Art Wall and Al Bessdink, both with (His, a/id Lloyd . M>am;riim nml (ieorge Bayer were grouped In the 70 shooters. Propose Increase ning.'i and four more in Iho for the victory. .i'im Dclsing continued to battle for the league butting title a.s he garnered four hits for the Indians, who on tli! t Denver, 15-14, but stranded 14 base runners. Al 1'iipui, the first of four pitchers, lasted less than tavo Innings and was saddled with the loss to bring his season record to 4-5. Pilot Killed in Crash Of F-l 02 Jet Fighter BKLLKVILL10, III. (UP) —First IA. George T. Norblil, HO, SI, Louis, was killed Thursday nlj.'.hl| when his FI02 jet f!;;fitcr crashed ' in flames during an iiltempled emergency landing at Scott Air Force Base, 111. Air Force officials said Norlwt, wlin wa.s stationed at (Jebaiicr Air Force Base, Grandviow, Mo., was ferryiiii-! Ihe plane from California » WriKhl-Patlorson bu.se, Ohio, al the time. Hie creek and C'h u re hi 11 Country Club course. Miss Smith, who turned pro just last February after 10 years on Hit links, fired a 4-under-par 32 on I his front nine and shrugKcd off u pair of honeys after making I the turn. | and oiKhl-foot pulld HUSH HONOR i.Kwrs SOUTH BKND UJI'J — A.ubrey I/owis Thursday was nam(?ri liWII wiptain of the Ifni'verslty of Notre DU'ine track tea'iTi, t.h<: fir.sl. Netiro ever named lo a eaiplaincy al the famed ICoosier soluiol. Lewis, Monttlaii', .N'.J., is an all- around athlete. He hu,s been a regular lofl. hulifbnck on Ihe Irish football team and was the mainstay or the track team the past season, eompolinij In the low hurdles, 440- yard dash, discus and javelin. A aw he won Die 4(HMTK;lor cs in ll:e NCAA meel. WASHINGTON U..T) —The administration haa tiiiictly submitted a pnt|M)S!il to Congress lo raise inluresl ratos, on eerlain govern- menl loans to farmers, btislnes«- men and colleges awl universities. Butfeet I'.ureaii Director Perdval |i\ llruniku'.e I'oi-warded Uie i«l- mlni.slral.ion's controversial pro- ixifiul to Speaker Sam K.nyburn. It was exipetted to fuee considerable opposition. lOmtctnionl. of sudi logislaUon would boost Uie laleresl on all loi>g-lerm federal loans to a lovel well above 3 per cent. To keep cnokies soil arid mnlHl, place a slice of Iresli apple In the FATHER'S DAY IS GRttllSfClDCll &&Mtm£±j& Mexlci>nn Buy Livestock WASHINGTON (UP)—'IVie Agriculture Department today announced conclusion of a program under which Mexican cattlemen bought about five million dollars worth of American livestock with money loaned by tho government's Export-Import Bank. KND a-I>AY STRIKE DETROIT (UP) — Wildcat sirlkes al Chrysler Corp. returned to work on the afternoon shift TlmreiJay, ending a two-day walkout thai Idled 10,000 and shut down Plymouth nwiembly lines here. $2.98 WADING POOLS from SPORTLAND 515 Broodway Ph. 2310 u , ru ro ur |,ir- die.s on the first nine, her first round card was good enough lo establish u low for the 5,7(H-yurd layout and keep her a stroke ahead of Iho (Ms poslud by tic- fending JVPGA champion, Marlenc Guaranteed Qua/if y! MUFFLERS-T BLOWOUT-PROOF Jlulh Jowicn unrl | Bauer Louise Suggs. WF.LPAKK Wt'VlGfitt. (WITS NKW CASTLK (UP)— Carl B. SlrotJier, 87, announced lodny ho will rtsslKii H.S Henry Counly Welfare Director us soon as u r|uull- fied successor is found. Strothcr • Raplaoi your lt»tcy muffler and lailplpi »1 bi| • Primium sletl «utla«t< crijlr»»l in CM- UK; doparlment since ho organixed il in 11)3(1. RACES SUNDAY NfTE KOKOMO wlv Y>or * Morf.l Chev, 49-52 'it, t-.n. . . . Ford 1949-54 Plymouth 1949-54 .. 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