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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Saturday Evening, June 8, 1957. Three Ml Rivals Close-In Qn Stumbling Redlegs Dodgers, Phils and Braves Gain Ground Fifth-Place Cardinals Only 41/2 Games Off Pace; Philadelphia Rookie Jack Sanford Fans 13 Cubs in 1-0 Victory. The snarled-up National League race was tighter than a new pair of shoes today, with both the Dodgers and Phillies threatening to step over the floundering, first- place Redlegs unless they hurry up and get a move on.' Rookie pitcher Jack Sanford is the fellow who may help the Phillies horn in on the lead. He hurled them to within a half- game of first place Friday night when he struck out 13 batters in beating the Chicago Cubs, 1-0, for bis seventh victory. Not to be outdone, Roger (Skin- whoRever they desire . ny) Craig also led Brooklyn to within a half-game of the top with a three-hit 6-3 triumph over Cincinnati. Craig, who pitched his first complete game in 18 starts, gave the Dodgers their fourth straight victory while handing the Redlegs their fourth loss in the last five games. The Milwaukee Braves also contributed to the general bottleneck in the league standings by first place Pittsburgh, while the St. Louis Cardinals moved within 4V4 games of the top with an 11-inning 5-3 triumph over the New York Giants. Chlsox Retain Margin In the American League, Baltimore beat Chicago, 3-2, in 11 innings but the White Sox retained their five-game lead when Detroit defeated the second - place New York Yankees, 6-3. Washington Recreation Activities Will Begin A summer recreation program consisting of baseball, swimming, tennis, golf, art and special events will begin Monday morning and extend through Friday, August 16. Children may enroll in the ac| tivities at any time and leave Instruction in art and crafts will be given from 9 to U o'clock each morning by Mrs. Marian Allen in the high school art room. Tennis Is under th« direction of Don Schmidt, a member of the Purdue university varsity squad, in the afternoons at Riverside park courts. Registration for free golf inr slruction may be made with Nanal 1:30 p.m. Monday al Major League Standings National League Cincinnati Brooklyn Philadelphia Milwaukee St. Louis New York Pittsburgh Chicago W. L. Pet. GB 29 18 .617 ... 27 17 .614 % 28 18 .609 y 2 26 19 .578 2 23 21 .523 4% ' '20 28 .417 9'/2 13 29 .310 ISVa Today's Sport Parade National League Cincinnati 002 000 001— 3 • 3 0 Brooklyn Oil 200 llx— 6 11 1 Klippstein, Acker (5), Freeman (7) and Bailey. Craig (2-2) and Walker. Loser — Klippstein (2-5). HR—Walker (1st), Zim-mer (5th), Bailey (loth), Friday's Results Brooklyn 6 Cincinnati 3 (night) St. Louis 5 N.Y. 3 (night, 11 inn.) Philadelphia 1 Chicago 0 Milwaukee 5 Pittsburgh 0 Saturday's Probable Pitchers • Cincinnati at Brooklyn — Lawrence (4-3) vs Podres (5-2). St. Louis at New York—Schmidt (4-1) vs Antonelli (3-8) or Barclay |to realize his dream when h<; ..... " (2-1), . Chicago at Philadelphia— Drott (3-6) vs Card-well (3-2). Milwaukee at Pittsburgh— Crone (2-1) or Phillips (2-1) vs Law (2-2) Sunday's Games Cincinnati at Brooklyn (2) St. Louis at New York !2) Chicago at Philadelphia (2) Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (2) NEW YORK (UP) — Fearless Fraley's facts and figures: A "moving" fast ball may force Dick Rickettsn the former Duquesne All - America basketball player, to give up the cage sport after two successful years in the National Basketball Association and devote his efforts exclusively to baseball. The 23-year-old Ricketts has a 4-1 record wilh Ihe Rochester Red Wings this season and they say that if he improves his curve and. change-up he could make the big league grade. Opponents also say that trying lo hit him when he lets loose of Ihe ball is "like having. somebody throw off the top of a roof." Ricketts isn't the first b'allplay-j Smith. Barclay (2-5) and Katt, meels" Vince"Martinez' a'r' JeWev I er wno nacl lo m ake such a ca- Westrum (11). Winner — Jackson .,_-:-;.„ „.._,. , ..._. (? _ 2K tIR _ g auer ( lolh)i Ennis By OSCAR FRALEY United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (UP) — The hours and the hammering are crowding in on Kid Gavilan but the apparently ageless hawk of Havana still is dreaming of another shot at the welterweight crown he lost •three years ago. The Keed is an old man in the the ring. His face has ', the pounded out flatness o£ a din-1 ner plate and his ears are bent and twisted from the countless blows he has taken during a 15- year fislic career. "But I am only 31," he protests, "so the years of the fighting mean nothing." Knows Broken Promises Gavilan gets a chance »[ sorls Yesterday's Results Play Opens Monday for LIB, Pony, Colt Loops Score Is Out Until August CLEVELAND (UP) — Southpaw Herb Score will not be able lo pilch for the Cleveland Indians again at least until August, his doctors informed the club Friday. Philadelphia 000 100 OOx— 1 4 l! The doctors said it would be Hillman, Low-n (8) and Nee- "four or five weeks" before the man. Sanford (7-1) and Lopata. 24-year-old Score can even resume Loser—Hillman (0-2)-. Chicago 000 000 000— 032 (11 Innings) St. Louis 001 002 000 02— 591 New York 002 001 000 00— 372 Jackson, Merritt (11) and H. American League 17. The winner is hoping for a Siiot at champion Carmen B:isilio but such is the interwoven state 01 the middle divisions that, no matter what ihi promises, Easilio prefers a L-rjck at middleweight champion Ray Robinson. Gavilan kno'vs much of broken ptomises. Whether you like his flashy Chicago the Riverside park pavilion. In-; New York struction by Miss Allen, Cass county champion in 1953 and 1956, will be given on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. Minor league baseball teams will be organized Monday and Tuesday at Tower park in the morning and at Fairview park in the afternoon. John Murr.mert, Rex Hunter and Dick Spall will handle the activity for all boys Detroit Cleveland Boston Kansas City Baltimore Ivltv j.utu\wa t u-u. ,, «.^ui»,£,.«»« , . , licked Cleveland, 11-7, and Kan- w ho want to join a team. •* > ' ' TTVftH TtinHai" tuill ViniH fl sas City topped Boston, 6-3. Sanford's 13 strikeouts gave him the National League lead in that department with a total of 60. He yielded only three hits in extending his scoreless string to 18 innings. The Phils scored the only run of 'the game off Dave Hillman in the .fourth. Homers by Rube Walker and Don Zimmer helped Craig to his victory over the Redlegs. One of the three hits given up by Craig was a ninth-inning homer by Ed Bailey, Johnny fered the loss. Klippstein suf- Sout-hpaw Warren Spahn of the Braves scattered seven Pirate Fred Kinder will head the swimming instruction at the municipal pool, assisted by Gene Harkins. Beginners classes for the first session from June 10 to June 28 are filled, but there is still room for advanced and intermediate swimmers. Registration for the second and third swim sessions extending from July 1-19 and July 22-August 8 will be taken at the pool office beginning Monday. Special activities planned later include a fishing derby, bicycle races, swimming meet and watermelon feast. Morning playground sessions will Washington Friday's Results Bait. 3 Chicago 2 (night, "ll inn.) Detroit 6 New York 3 (night) Washington 11 Cleveland 7 (night) Kansas City 6 Boston 3 (night) Saturday's Probable Pitchers Baltimore at Chicago — Wight (1-2) vs Pierce (9-2). New York at Detroit — Terry (!-0) vs Maas (C-3) or Foytack (6-4). Washington at Cleveland — Ramos (4-4) vs Wynn (6-6). Boston at Kansas City (night)— Sullivan (2-4) vs McDermoU (1-1). Sunday's Games Baltimore at Chicago (2> Washington at Cleveland (2) Boston at Kansas City New York at Detroit City's Roosevelt Stadium on Jur.sl re€r decision. Such current stars 'as C-Iool, 8-inch Gene Comey of the Milwaukee Braves as well as Frank Baumholtz of the Phillies and Dick Groat of the Pirates all could have had successful pro basketball careers but d-ecided on baseball instead. There have been others, too, who could have made it in baseball but decided they preferred basketball. These include Bill Sharman of the Boston Celtics, Neil Johnston of the Warriors, who was forced to shift because he came down with a sore pilch-: ing arm, and Philadelphia's Jack George, who was under conlract to the Red Sox. Les Arries, lecvce consultant to in the Hurricane Jackson heavyweight title bout at Iht W. L. Pet. GB I ."Uivors as a boxer, you have to 31 13 .705 ... so'mit thai when he wore the 27 19 !s87 5 Vfcl'er crown he was a lighting 25 23 .521 8 champion. The Keed had it up 23 22 .511 8% for grabs eight times in three 23 25 .479 10 limes in three years. But he has 21 26 .447 llVi been waiting for a never-held re- 20 26 .435 12 malch ever since he dropped Ihe 17 33 .340 17 title lo Johnny Saxton in 1954. (5th). Milwaukee 020 000 300— 590 •Pittsburgh 000 000 000— 072 Spahti (G-3). and Crandall. Purkey, Face '6), Swanson (8), B. Smith (9) and Rand. Loser—Purkey (4-4). American League Washington 031 001 240—11 16 1 Cleveland 000 031 300— 7 10 2 Stob-bs, Cleven-ger (7) and FiU- gerald, Courtney (7). Daley, Garcia (4), Narleski (6), Tomanek (8), McLish (8), Pilula (9) and Hegan, Naragon (8). Winner — Clever.-ger (4-0). Loser—Tomanek (2nd), Cola- working out. Score, currently convalescing at the Hagerstown. Md., home of his uncle, Arthur Flood, from the eye injury he suffered when struck by Gil MdDougald's lino drive in a game against the Yaankees, May 7, is -expected to return to Cleveland late next week for further examinations by eye specialist Dr. Charles 1. Thomas. Ceremonies to kickoK the 19.">7 Little League, Pony League and Col! League baseball programs will be conducted at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Fairv : ew park. i Team players in uniform, managers, coaches and sponsors will lie introduced, prior to the official opening of play Monday uver.in;:. Little leaguers will use Crain. field at Fairview and Tower park, diamond Monday through Friday. The Pony league contests will lie played at the Fairview park main diamond and the Colt leaguers perform si Riverside park. Opening day schedule sends (hs Panciiii While Sox against I lie UCT Yanks in Ihe National division and the R-B-M Shnmrooks versus the National Bank Senators of (ho American circuit. Other National division ton:ns Thomas said remaining tests will | includc . wolf Cubs, Schiff Slio« determine the quality of vision in Score's injured right retina. • The news that Score would be unavailable to them until at least August came to the slumping Indians as they languished in third place, 8'/2 games behind the first- place Chicago White Sox and 3M> games behind the second place Yankees. They were almost two years' of l P™ m °ter Emil Le-nce limbo for the Kid. He became a' F: ' 03 ' d Patterson - Hurrici mar. who fought in he backwashes and on foreign shores as his name disappeared from the marquees. And it began to appear that he had deteriorated into a trial horse for the younger comers. Kid Looks Ahead "Not so," he fumes. "Ten times fight. Ten times I win. Ten Polo Grounds July 29, played football at Northwestern just before World War I. At the lime, a Chicago sporiswrher picked Arries on his All-Western team and the grateful Arries told him: "I'll leave you something in my will." "W'liat?" asked the writer. vito 2 (6th & 7th). (11 Innings) Baltimore 100 000 010 01— 380 Chicago 000 001 100 00— 2 12 2 Caccarclli, Zuverink (9) and Triandos. Harshman (4-2) and Lollar. Winner—Zuverink (5-2). New York Detroit 100 002 000— 370 010 001 40x— 6 10 1 times the decision goes against! ," whv '" sa 'd Arries, "the clip,,,i. _ . ° .. __ I ninrr n( nnnf en '' American Association W. L. Pet. me. The newspapers say the Keed he wins. The record book, she says I lose." The Kid, with 136 recorded bjuls behind him and a mark o,' 104 triumphs, n-fusus lo look back- across the bLfy years but wi'.h an unalterably sunny disposition scans the hori/.on • instead. Fighting is all ,,e knows ar.d lie re- hits in nailing down his sixth vie-1 be heldjjy Rex Hunter at ^Colum-i Minneapolis 33 20 tory over Bob Purkey. Bill Bru- Wichila 32 18 .540 ! fuses lo oclieve he is over the hill. ton paced Milwaukee's nine-hit offensive with a'single, double and triple. Del Ennis' two - run homer in the llth off Curt Barclay broke a tie that had existed between the l Cards and Giants since the sixth | inning. Larry Jackson gained; credit for his seventh victory., 1 Hank Sauer hit his 10th homer for the Giants. The Orioles boat the While Sox bia on Tuesday and Thursday and at Fairview on Wednesday and Friday. Afternoon programs are scheduled Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at Riverside. Ward Banned .023 St. Paul 27 20 .574 Omaha 26 25 .510 CHICAGO (UP)—Two-time U.S. Amateur golf champion Harvey when Bob Nieman doubled in the Ward Jr. no longer was an ama- llth and came home on Tito F-rancona's single. George Zuv- erink was the winning pitcher <md J"ack Harshman the loser. Mantle Hits 14th Homer A four-run rally by Detroit in the seventh inning knocked out Yankee starter Don Larsen. Frank Boiling's two-run single off relieve Bob Grim highlighted the Tigers' winning rally. Jim Bunning struck out 10 batters in notching his 10th triumph. Mickey Mantle hit his 14th homer for the Yanks and J. W. Porter connected for Detroit. Washington ripped six Cleveland pitchers for 16 hits, including three by Big Jim Lemon, in fashioning its victory. Rocky Colavito blasted two homers. Chuck Stobbs, who has lost 10 straight gamos this season, had his first victory of the year in his grasp and was still in front when he was relieved in the seventh, but the Tribe tied the score and reliever Truman Clevenger picked up the triumph. Catcher Hal . Smith of Kansas City connected! for a homer, two doubles and a single in his club's victory over Boston. Wally Bur- netle went the route for the victory. Willard Nixon was the loser. British Jet Acrobat Killed in Practice LONDON (UP)—Flight Officer David Garratt, 27, member of the Royal Air Force supersonic acrobatic team, plunged to his death Friday, in a jet crash that derailed a train 400 yards away. Garratt went down in a Hawker Hunter fighter after colliding with a fellow acrobat while rehearsing for an air show. The other jet landed safely. Garratl's jel crashed and exploded on a railroad track near North Weald. An oncoming train braked when it saw the crash and several people were slightly injured when a car derailed on the damaged track. teur today and the United Slates Golf Assn. said il all was a mailer of "misinterpretation of the rules." The USGA. Executive Committee Friday slapped a one - year probation on the San Francisco amateur. II said he "had violaled his amateur status" and "no longer was considered an amateur." Ward was with Ihe commillee when the decision was announced. He murmured "I feel terrible Indianapolis 25 27 .481. Charleston 25 29 ..463 Denver 21 25 .457 Louisville ...13 38 .255 Friday's Results Denver 18 Ind anapolis 1 Minneapolis 9 Louisville 0 St. Paul at Charleston, rain Wichita 2 Omaha 0 Today's Games Denver al Indianapolis Ornaha at Wichila Minneapolis al Louisville St. Paul at Charleston "I am on'y 31," he „_. "Archie Mo.ira must be 45 and still good. I have a long way to go yet—al! the way to the title." You kind of have lo hope he makes il. Russia Wants to Add Folk-Lore Feats to Olympic Program EVIAN, France (UP) — Russia, which won Ihe unofficial leam title at the 1956 Olympics by oulscoring the United States in suc/i sports as "about "this"whole "llii'ng" and '"1 Syrr. nasties, has asked that new didn't realize I did any wrong," j sports, folk-lore performances jWiffi Smith Enjoys Four-Stroke Lead in Ladies PGA Tourney PITTSBURGH (UP)—Wondrous Wiffi Smith, hailed by the experts as a new Babe Zaharias, carried a hot putter and a well - trained nine iron into the third round of the Ladies' PGA championship today, four strokes ahead of the ping, of course.-" Kiss Smith, who has been playing golf for halt her 20 years dazzled a large following over the 5,761-yard Churchill Valley Country Club course Friday by one- putting seven holes and [hen holding back her payoff shot until the 181H hole. II was on the IBth Asks Apology From Doctor By UNITED PRESS A leading American college football official angrily challenged Dr. Herbert Berger Friday lo "sab- star.tiale" his charge that athletes use "'pep pjlls"—or apologize. From far off Australia and New Zealand, athletes provided further momentum to this global conlro- vcrsy by maintaining laal tiie stimulating pills were used in the 1956 Olympic games at Melbourne. John .Laiidy of Australia, the world mile record-holder, said al Sydney he knew of no miler who used the drugs to better his' performance. And at Durant, Okla., a high school coach said he has marketed a drugless piJl for pepping up athletes. These were the .latest developments in the raging furore touched ctf Wednesday when Berger said al the annual convention of the Amoiean Medical A-ssn. that alh lotos have been using Vpep pills" Larson, Grim 17) and Howard. Gunning, Lary (|l), and House. Winner—Banning (3-1). Loser — Major League Leaders National League Player & Club G. Al! K. H. Pel. Musial, Sl.L. 44 i«I 25 B5 .3:i« Hodges, Bkn, 44 171 24 61 .357 Fondy, Pgh. 40 164 21 511 .354 Groat, Pgh. 32 12(1 16 45 .352 Robinson, Cin. 45 190 37 65 .342 American League Williams, Bos. 43 148 29 57 .385 Mantle, N.Y. Fox, Chi. 4C, :. r )5 42 57 ,361! 172 32 K'.' .366 Larsen (2-2).. HR-^-Manlle (14lh>,' DMaestri, K.-C. 40 138 1!) 44.319 Porter (1st). Lemon, Wash. 4H :«2 23 57 .313 Home Huns National Lon^ue—Aaron, Braves Boston 010 030 020— 381 Kansas City 140 000 Olx— R 12 0 Nixon, Porlerfield (2), Mlnar- cin (7) and White, Daley (7). Burne-tle (4-3) and H. Smith. Loser—Nixon (3-2). HR — H. Smith. Braves Lead By Half-Game The Wichila Braves held onto 'a Cards. Herman's.Supply Panthers and Ponnsy Keys!oners. Performers. Performing in Ihe American, league will be Davie's Orioles, Optimist Club Indiana, Logan Machine Red Sox and Farmers & Merchants bank Giants. The Little League schedule Cotlows: June 10 — While Sox vs. Yankees, Shamrocks vs. Senators. June H — Cubs vs. Cardinals, Giants v-!. Rod Sox. June 12 — Pamhcrs vs. Keystones. Indian? vs. Orioles. June 13 — Yankees vs. Cubs, Senators vs. Giants. June M — White Sox vs. Keystones, Shamrocks v.s. Orioles. June 17 — Panthers vs. Cardinals. Indians vs. Red Sox. June 18 — Cubs vs. White Sox, Gianis vs. Shamrocks'. June 19 — Yankees vs. Panthers, Senators vs. Indians. June 20 — Key .'tones vs. Cardinals. Orioles vs. Red Sox. June :!) — Cubs vs. Panthers, Giants vs. Indians. June SI — Cardinals vs. White Sox, Rod Sox vs. Shamrocks June 25 — Yankees vs. Keystones, Sejialors vs. Orioles. June :'.6 — While Sox vs. Pan- June slim one-half game lead in the inson, Redlegs 32; Bell, Redlegs 13; Moon, Cards 11; Snider, Dodg- UlcrS) Shamrocks vs. Indian* ers; Musial, Cards; Bailey, Rod-. Junc 07 _ Keystones vs. Cubs, legs; Mays, Giants, and Sauer, i Orioles vs Gianis Giants, all 10. American Lc>ni;uc — M a n 11 e, i Yanks 14; Williams, ll«i Sox K; Zernial, Athletics II; Sievers, Senators II; Ski/.a-;, Athletics 8; Skowror., Yanks (l. Kims Iliitli'd In N«Uon;i! Lenjjur—Musial. Cards 40; Aaron, Braves 38; lloak, Red- legs 35; Furillo, Dodgers 3H; Rob- American Association by beating Omaha, 2-0, in a tightly pitched duel Friday night between John (Red) Murff and Tom Cheney. ]'n other games; Minneapolis pounded Louisville, 9-0; Denver bludgeoned Indianapolis, IB-l;while the St. Paul-Charleston game w-as postponed due to rain. Murff allowed jusl six hits in his debut for Wichila afler being senl down from Milwaukee. He also scored the winning run in Ihe fifth inning after lining a double off Cheney. Cheney went the distance and was tagged with the loss. , . . ,1 . • H"U YVC43 Ucl^K^U Y¥I1.II \.l I*Z IVaS. or dru«s to improve .their per-| Max Sm . kont blanked Ule Co , 0 . 32. American League—Sievers, Seniors 311; Skuwrun, Yanks :«; Mantle, Yanks 3:1; Mtooso, While Sox 33; Jensen, Red Sox 30; Werlz, 1'ndians 30. Pitching Sanford, Phils 7-1; Acker, Red- logs 6-1; Shanlz, Yanks 6-1: Donovan, While Sox 5-1; Bunning, Tigers 5-1. formances. ;reen that Air Stuntman Killed; 'Chute Fails to Open THE HAGUE, Holland (UP)—An air show stuntman plunged to his <ioath before hundreds of spectators Friday when his parachute failed to open. Henk de Rooiy, 37, was jumping In the preliminaries of the llsy to- icrnallonal Air Show which opens Monday. After a planned free fall of 4,200 feet, ho pulled his rip cord. The chute failed to open and he. plunged the remaining 6,000 feet lo his death. and then walked out. The USGA contended Ward "violated his amateur status" by ac- copling expenses "incident to participation" for a four-year period beginning with the British Amateur in May, 1952, and ending with the Colonial Tournament in Fort Worth, Tex., on May 6, 956. USGA Executive Director Joseph Dey, said il was "usual" for Ihe group to penalize a case such as Ward's "beginning with the date of Ihe last violation." Thus Ward would be eligible 1 for reinslalcment, if Ihe USGA Ihoughl such action advisable, by May 6, 1958. Dey said Ward would not be eligible to participate in the 1957 Amateur to defend his title, but the USGA had no intention of declaring his previous titles, won in 1955 and 1956, vacated. other "cultural manifestations" be added to the games. The mid-year conference of the International Olympic Commitlee, which ended Friday, had no au- Ihorizalion to make any decisions regarding the program for the 1860 winter and summer games. Bui- let her puller cool in favor o: a trusty nine iron to sink a perfecl 30-fool chip shot for a Mrclio three that gave her a one- over men's par 71 al the halfway mark of the 72-hole, $7,500 cvenl. Wiffi's 7J. combined wilh an opening round 08 — a women's record hero—for a 36-hole total of 139 and a four-stroke bulge over. nor closest competitor, Louise i Houston Favored To Regain NCAA Team Golf Title COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (UP)—'Defending champion Houston University,- led by Rex Baxter Jr., is favored lo win Ihe leam championship of the 60lh annual NCAA golf tournament at the Broadmoor HoieJ links here late this month. Three Ladies Win Prizes at Dykemaji Three goiters won prizes in the chairman's choice ladies golf pro- grarm Thursday morning at the Dykcman Municipal links. Helen Brown was first in the high poker hand, Rosemary Austin won low net and Nancy Allen took low putt honors. Rosemary Allen and Nadino Ellor were the co-chairmen. Margaret Chancellor and Martha Mae McLochlin will head the tourney next week. Ladies were reminded that the program begins at 9 o'clock in the morning instead of 1 o'clock in the afternoon as formerly. Virgil Trucks, Fined, Suspended Five Days KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP)—Virgil Trucks, Kansas City Athletics' right hander, has been fined an undisclosed sum and suspended five days by President -Will Harridge o-t tht) American League tor arguing with umpire Larry Napp during Thursday night's game I with the Baltimore Orioles. Soa Island, Ga. Miss Suggs was B8-74—143 going into loclay's 18. In third place were defending litlist Mariene Bauer Hagge, • of Dallas, Tex., and Joyce Ziskc of Waterford, Wis., both with 1443, Tied for fifth with 145s we're Alice Bauer, of Palos Park, 111., and veleran Patty Berg, of St. Andrews, III. Avery Brundage, IOC president: Suggs, lite LPGA president from from Chicago, and the Ilalians who are handling the I960 summer games, told Hie delegates the Olympic program already is loo big. Konstantin Adrianov of Russia and Col. Gen. Vladimir Sloytcheff of Bulgaria led Ihe demands for a larger Olympic program. Adrianov proposed lhal the games b 0 enlarged from their present 14 days lo three weeks or a month. Besides "cultural" addi- lions, he suggosled that, volleyball, motorcycle and automobile racing be added lo the games. Dr. Bruno Zauli, secrelary-gen- er-al of the Italian Olympic Committee, said Rome could not accommodate more than 6,000 athletes for the 1960 games and Ihe nations should plan accordingly. The IOC meets again at Sofia, Bulgaria, Sept. 21-28. as Miller teammates piled up a lop-heavy .score with five runs in the first inning. Orlnnda Cepcda clouted another homer for Minneapolis. Denver mounted a 20-hil attack against five Indian hurlers aad scored in every stanza but the Former Winamac Man New Brookston Coach BROOKSTON — A former Winamac man, Newton H. Brown, 31, .. |of ArmstroiiK, 111., will be :he new b . W f lalhlctic c »'«-' ! ' ;li Brookslon, ac- 211 — Cardinals v?. Yankees, HIK! Sox vs. Senators. July I — Culis vs. Yankees, Giants vs. Senators. July '2 — Cardinals vs. I'-anthers. Red Sox vs. Indians July 3 — While Sox vs. Key- sto.'ip.s, Shamrocks vs. Orioles. .Vu'iy 4 — Holiday. July r> — Cubs vs. Cardinals, Giants vs. Red Sox. July !i — White Sox vs. Yankees, .Shamrocks v.s. Si'il;i!«r.i. (Only Saturday Games Schi'iluK'd 1 . July H — I'anlhcrs vs. Keystones, Indians vs. Orioles. July !) — While Sox vs. Cardinals, Sh.'iinroclts vs. Red Sox. July 10 — Cubs vs. Panthers Giants vs. Indians. July 11 — Yankees vs. Keystones, Senators vs. Orioles. July 12 — Panthers vs. Whila Sox, Indians vs. Shamrocks. Juiy 15 — Yankees vs. Cardinals, Senators vs. Red Sox. July Hi — Keystones vs. Cubs, Orioles v.s. Gianis. July 17 — Yankees vs. Panthers, Senators vs. Indians. July ID — Cubs v.s. While Sox, Giants vs. Shamrocks. July 1!) — Cardinals vs. Keystones, Red Sox vs. Orioles. July 22 — Cardinals vs. Cubs, cording to Prairie Township Trustee Morris P. Erickson. Hrown achieved a record of 22 victories and four defeats lasl season, winning the Veniiillioi:, 111., county basketball tournament. JRed Sox vs, Gianis. He was graduated from Purdue' July 21) — Keystones vs. Pan; university in ]9. r >l. Brown is 27 Jap Fishermen Freed by Russians TOKYO (UP) — Twenty-seven Japanese fishermen captured by Soviet patrols while fishing off Sak'halkm returned to Wakkanai in Hokkaido Friday' following their release by the Russians. Big 10 conference champion Wisconsin and Purdue also have \ entered strong leams in the lour- ney, June 23-29. A total of 20 teams, 140 individuals a:;d 38 schools are represented so far in Ihe entries. Anolher top star reluming to play in Ihe oldest golf tournament in Hie United States is Joe Campbell of Purdue, 1956-57 Big 10 champion and 1955 NCAA titleholder. The 1956 individual champion, ninth to flatten Indianapolis. Dick ' member "of Ihe" Masonic "l Sanders and George Wilson led the winamac and the Presbyterian slugfest with homers and Zack church. Monroe sel the Indians down wilh nine hits lo coasl all the way for Ihe victory. Style to Beat Jones CHICAGO (UP) — Ex-middleweight champion Gene Fullmer was back on Ihe comeback Irail today with a victory over Tiger Jones. "Sure, Jones had me in a corner almost all trough lasl night's fight," Fullmer said. "Bui that's the way I had H figured. I wanted him to corner me. He just fell thers, Orioles vs. Indians. July — Yanke Whila 3 White Sox Lead A'L Base-Stealers CHICAGO (UJ')--Al Lope-/.' Chicago While Sox speedsters arej monopolizing the American League's base stealing honors. Jim Landis lead.s Ihe.league wilh 10 thefts, Minnie Minoso is second with 8 and Luis Aparicio is Ihird wilh 7. r,. , , ~ . , , T . • ' llllll Ll/ V.U1.1IUJ Slates Biekie Jones, is now rignl int , 0 p]ace an Army_ private at nearby Fort Joncs . mamlKeri B ob Melnik, Carson, Ohio. Bolt, Finsterwald Lead in Akron Open AKRON, Ohio (UP) — Tommy The fishermen and their boats B olt, who' tries to control were seized by the Russians early last month on charges of alleged violation of Soviet lerritorial waters. State Court Upholds Banditry Sentences INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — The Indiana Supreme Court today upheld the conviction of three men Roosevo i t Robinson"" of ~Uio "aca- senlcnced in Vanderburgh Circuit dcmic world Frj , n , ht Court on charges of second degree Ro |,i ns0 n who won f ' Robinson Honored WASHINGTON (UP) — Jackie Robinson, baseball player turned businessman, became Dr. John burglary and auto bandtry. Tlie defnedanls, George Slears- man, Benny Peak, and Al Carter, were sentenced to 10 years for breaking into the Bvansville Housing Authority office in February, 1954. The pelilion claimed Judge Ollie Reeves erred in not granting them a new 'trial and thai he- refused their request to suppress evidence. The high court said the defend- Robinso^, who won fame in a Brooklyn Dodger uniform, donned a cap and gown to receive an 'honorary doctor of laws degree from, Howard University. said he was "disgusted" with the decision. Jones, 29, from Yonkers, N.Y., Sox Sitfn nollurnuikcr CHICAGO (UP! — The Chicago While Sox today announced thai Sox. Senators July 25 — Cardinals vs. 1'an- Uiurs, Red Sox vs. Indians. July 2(> — Cubs v.s. Yankees, Giants v.s. Senators. July 29 — Keystones vs. Whil9 Sox. Orioles vs. Shamrocks. July 30 — .Panthers vs. Yankees, Indians vs. Senators. .i'uly 31 — Cardinals vs. Keystones. Red Sox v.s. Orioles. August 1 — While S»x vs. Cubs, Shamrocks vs. Giants. Au«. 2 — Keystones vs. Yankees, Orioles v.s. Senators. Aujj, — 5 Panthers v.s. Cubs, Indians vs. Giants. ,,.mc DU A iwuy announce! inai A fi _ WJ]ik , Sox v , Car . Purdue righl-handcr Ron Teums |dina , shamrocks vs. Red Sox. will jo.-n their Davenport, low.-,,! A 7 _ Cul)s K ey,sl,;nes. arm leam in the Three-I League Gial ^ s vs _ oriulcs> said he kept yelling at Fullmer to °"" r ,, "come on D nd fight." • |n.toru. in 1958. Sox farm director Glen C. Miller said Tcunis was recommended by scouts after posting a 1'j-i) season GAME POSTPONED A Softball game belWeen Wegert's drive-in and Hausskey-Har- len, of Peru, which was scheduled lo be played at Riverside last night, was postponed because of rain. The contest has been re-sched- anls failed lo prove errors against juled for June 11 at 7 p.m. at River Reeves. side. a hot temper, and Dow Finsterwald, who apparenlly doesn't have one, start the third round of the $22,000 Rubber Cily Open golf lourna- ment today • sharing a one-stroke lead. Bolt of Los Angeles continued to keep his temper in check Friday and added a 611 lo his first day 67 for a six-under-par 135. A bogey five on the final hole kepi him from taking undisputed first place. Finsterwald, the even-tempered pro from Tequesta, Fla,, who has finished in the money in the last 50 PGA-sponsored tournaments he has played in, added a four-uncler- par 67 to his first round 68 to calch Boll. Three younger pros—Gay Brewer Jr., of Cincinnali, Johnny Pott, of Shreveport, La'., and Walker Inman Jr., of Bolton, Mass. — tied, for third at the 'hal-fw'ay point with 136s. "How arc you going to fight a guy who's running?" Jones asked. "1C Fullmer had run backwards any fasler I never would • have caught him." Fullmer, 25, didn't go into Ihe A SILVER LINING CLINTON, Mich. (UP)— The Clinloji Machine Co., distributed 1,700 pounds of silver to its em AUK. II — Yankees vs. Cardinals, Senators vs. Red Sax. AUK, i) — Panthers vs. Whilo Sox, Indians vs. Shamrocks. K1NDKK TO SAN DIKGO SAN DIKGO, Cnlif. (UP)—Kills Kinder, veteran 42-year-old ri«ht bander turned loose by the Chi- malter, but merely said he, a-mounled to $-19,000 i» silver dol- "chan-gcd slyles to meet Jones." liars. ploycs Friday as parl of its profit-1 cago While Sox last month, signed sharing plan. The distribution wiU) the San DICKO Padres of the Pacific Const League today and will report lo them this week end. I Traveler's Check No. 1 PtEASANTVILLE, U. S. A.. 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