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Ifonday Evening, June 10, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fifteen Henry Takes Wide Lead In City Golf Play Has Nine-Stroke Lead Halfway Thru Tourney Sets Torrid Pace After 36 Holes of Competition With 135 Total; Bill Thompson Second. Frank Henry, Jr. moved into a commanding nine-stroke advantage Sunday at the half-way point of the Logansport city open golf tournament with a 36-hole total of 135. Henry added a sensational 34-32— 66 over the Dykeman links Sunday to his 35-34—69 carded Saturday at the Country club. The leader's score is seven-under par figures. He was one-under at the Club and six-under at the city links. Defending champion Bill Thompson is in the runnerup position with his 36-hole total of 144. He fired a 73 Saturday and added a 71 Sunday. Only three other golfers finished under the 150-stroke mark. Bob Buck shot 74-72 for 146 and third place; Ken Stalberger carded 6978 for 147 and Harold Jamison put rounds of 74 and 75 together for 349. Nethcrcutt Falters First round leader Dick Nethercutt, who turned in a pair of 34s for a two-under 68 at the Country club, slumped surprisingly to a pair of 41s for an 82 over the Dykeman layout. That gave him a 150 and a share of sixth place. Another early leader, Clayton Bunker slipped to 81, after a Saturday round of 69, while Bob Lowe fired a 71 and 84. The players will be grouped into flights for next weekend's finishing play. The schedule will remain in tact, with 18-holes Saturday at the Club and 18-holes Sunday on the city links. Awards are scheduled for the four top performers in the championship flight and the top two in the other divisions. The cards follow: Frank Honry .......... 66-69—135 Bill Thompson ......... 71-73—144 74-72— 14li Milw. Pitt. Milwaukee Pittsburgh Pizarro, Conley (8) and Rice. Kline, Face (9) and Rand. Winner —Kline 12-8). Loser—Pizarro (2-5) HR—Aaron (15th). Bob Buck Ken Stalberger ........ GU-78— 147 Harold Jamison ....... 75-74 — 14D Clayton B;mger ........ 69-81— 150 Charles Hiatt .......... 73-77— 150 B8-82—150 73-79—152 Dick Nethercutt J. J. Werner .. Harry Skinner .......... 74-78—152 Howard Pashong ....... 74-79—153 Ed Werner ............. 82-73—155 Bob Lowe .............. 71-84—155 Bud Steele ............. 77-71!— 153 Bob Wolfe ............. 7(1-80— 156 Ken Kile' ............... 79-77— 15B Yesterday's Results National League (1st Game, 11 Innings) 000 000 100 01— 250 100 000 000 00— 163 Trowbridge, Johnson (11) and Crandall. Friend (3-7) and Rand, Foiles (8). Winner — Trowbridge (1-0). HR—Aaron (14th). (2nd Game) 000 000 102— 340 101 000 aix— 5 12 1 (1st Game) Uncinnati Brooklyn 010 000 200— 350 000 001 000— 190 Lawrence, Acker (8) and Bailey. Drysdale, Labine (9) and Walker, Campanella (9). Winner —Lawrence (5-3). Loser — Drysdale (5-3). HR — Hodges (8J.h), Hoak (IHh>. (2nd Game) Cincinnati Brooklyn 010 010 001— 360 000 000 000— 0.60 Jeffcoat (5-2) and Bailey. Roebuck, Lehman Labine (7), Bessenl (8) and Walker. Loser- Roebuck (0-1). HR—Crowe (10th), Hoak (7th). (1st Game) St. Louis New York 000 020 000— 290 100 000 000— 140 Mizell (1-3) and Landrith. Miller, Grissom (9) and Katt. Loser- Miller (0-2). HR—Enr.is (Gth). (2nd Game) St. Louis 202 006 000—10 11 1 Chicago New York Cleveland Detroit Boston Baltimore Junior Legion Rallies-Beats Ligonier, 7-5 Score Five Runs in Eighth Inning Uprising for Opening Victory Exploding for five runs in the eighth inning, the Logansport Junior American Legion baseball team. Washington opened its 1957 season with a 7 to 5 conquest of Ligonier Sunday afternoon at Riverside park. Manager Bob Hunter's club bunched singles by Jim Sweet, Tom Shook, Ken lies and Pat O'Connor, a double by Medland wilh a walk and an error during the uprising. The rally erased a 5 to 2 lead which Ligonier had compiled and spoiled a fine combined pitching job by Butch Burns and Stanglan who held Logansport to three hits for the first seven frames. Logan picked up its initial run in the opening inning on Sweet's single, a passed ball and an infield out. The locals scored another in the figth on a walk, error and Jack Cain's single. Ligonier scored three quick runs on four hits in the first, added another in the fourth and completed its run - • making in the eighth. Butch Jones and Billy Cuppy shared pitching chores for Logansport. Swee't with Iwo-for-four paced the local Legion nine in the hilling department. The summary: Ligionier .. 300 100 010— 594 Logansport ...100 010 05x— 782 Burns, Stanglan" (4), and Pickell; Jones, Cuppy (4) and Nichols, lies. The Legion team will practice Major League Standings American League W. L. Pet. GB 32 15 .681 • ... ZB 20 .583 4% 25 23 .521 7% 20 24 .520 7% 25 25 .500 8'/4 22 27 .449 11 21 28 .429 12 18 35 .340 17 Tuesday's Games New York at Chicago, night Washington at Kansas Chy, night Baltimore at Detroil, night Boston 'at Cleveland, night National League W. L. Pet. GB 31 19 .020 ... 28 19 .590 U4 28 19 .596 1% 27 20 .574 2% 26 21 .553 3>/z 20 31 .392 11V4 10 32 .333 14 14 29 .326 13V4 Tuesday's Games Milwaukee at Brooklyn, night Chicago at New York, night St. Louis at Philadelphia, night Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, night Logan Loses Twin Bill At FOP Nine Drops Second Game On 2-run Homer in Ninth Inning The Logansport Fraternal Order of Police baseball team dropped a double header to the strong Middletown club Sunday afternoon at Middletown, 12 to 2 and 3 to 2. Unbeaten Middletown now has won three straight in.the. Central Indiana Booster baseball league, having trounced Muncie last week 15 to 6. Cincinnati Brooklyn Philadelphia. Milwaukee St. Louis New York Pittsburgh Chicago American Association Wichita Minneapolis 33 23 St. Paul 28 22 W. L. Pet. . 33 20 .623 .589 .560 Omaha Charleston Indianapolis Denver Louisville 28 25 .528 20 29 .491 25 28 .472 2226 .458 15 39 .278 Ward Edges Rathmann in 100-Mile Race MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UP)— Rodger Ward of Los Angeles staged a thrilling duel wilh Jim Rathmann of Miami Sunday and finally came out on top to win the 100-rnile national champion big car Rex Mays Memorial race at Wisconsin State Fair Park. Ward averaged 97.789 miles per hour as he took over the lead on the 51st lap and beat out second- place finisher johnny Thomson of Boyertown, Pa., by nine seconds to take top prize money of $4,538. Next in order. of finish came Johnny Boyd of Fresno, Calif.; Pat O'Connor of North Vernon, Right hander Billy Jones lost a I Ind.; Rathmann; George Amick heartbreaker in the nightcap, after of Venice, Calif.; Elmer George spinnning a live-hitter lor eight of Indianapolis; Johnny Tolan of innings and holding a 2 to 1 lead, i Denver; Jim McWilhey of Andcr- Redlegs Lick Dodgers Twice; Regain Lead Only a- baseball 'gl'itton could ing the opener, 7-2, and the Sen- ask for more excitement than there was in the stormiest Sunday of the major league season. No matter what happens to be your dish of tea, it was all there on the menu Sunday. For those who like home runs, Don Hoak of Cincinnati hit one in each game to help the Redlegs sweep a double - header from Brooklyn, 3-1 and 3-0, and recapture the National League lead. For those who like to see the "little fella" knock off the "big guy," there was the Orioles two victories over the first-place White Sox, 7-5, 5-0. And for those who prefer their baseball spiced with some fisticuffs, there were plen'y at Detroit as the Yankees defeated IJie Ti- Wit'i one out in the ninth, Davis son, Ind.; Troy Rut'.man of Lyn-'gers, 5-4, in a game that almost _ . _ _ i /i_i :r . n MI r«U™«,-1, ,-,.,„ ^-l, «r u _ j • _ .._•_, Sunday's Resiiits Omaha 6 Indianapolis 0 Louisville 1 St. Paul 0 (1st) St. Paul 2 Louisville (2nd) .Charleston 9 Minneapolis 8 (1 10 innings) Charleston 5 Minneapolis 4 (2nd, j 11 innings) at 9 a.m. Tuesday at Riverside. Wichita 4 Denver 1- (1st) park, Manager Hunter announced.!Denver 11 Wichita 3 (2nd, 7 in- doubled and scored ahead of a game-winning home run by Pinkerton to give Middletown a 3 to 2 triumph. The'locals went ahead in its half of the ninth, but left two runners on the base paths, after slamming out four hits in the inning.. Don Hughes, Jones, Jim Ridenour and Bill Jargstorf collected the hits, but only Jones crossed the plate. Loagnsport outhit Middietown, 10 to 7, with Ridenour collecting four singles and Hewitt two safe- lies. An eight-run spree by the hosts in the second inning clinched the first game victory early. Seven hits, three walks and a pair of errors contributed. Emerson Prentice clouted a bases-empty home run in the sixth wood, Calif.; Bill Clieesbourgh of Tucson, Ariz.^ and Jimmy Reece of Indianapolis. National driving champion i man" type sleal of second with Jimmy Bryan and rookie Art'the bases full in the Detroit-New resulted in a riot. Babe Herman Steal There was even a "Babe Her- Bisch, both of Phoenix, Ariz., were inyolved in a spectacular tangle as "Bryan attempted to take over second place on the 67th lap. Neither Was injured. Bryan earlier had posted a new track mark of 101.161 miles an hour in qualifications. Ward and Rathman were locked in a tight duel during the first half of the race as they traded the lead .several times before the 36-year-old Ward broke in front to win his first big race since 1953. Reece won a 20-lap special race on the one-mile track and Rutt- York game and what's more, it helped the Yanks win. ators tl:e second game, 7-6. Hoak put on a one-man show in helping the Redlegs move ahead of the pack in the M .L. race again by a game and a half. His two- run homer in the seventh inning of the opener off Don Drysdalo snapped a 1-1 tie, and he and George Crowe connected for homers in the second game off Ed Roebuck, making the first start of his three • year major league career after f)6 relief appearances. Brooks Lawrence was the winner in the opener and Hal Jeffcoat in the nightcap. The White Sox' American League lead was shaved to 4'/i games by their two losses to tha Orioles. Home runs by Tito Francona and Bob Nicnian paced Baltimore to Us first game victory as reliever George Zuverink posted his sixth triumph. Billy.O'Dcl'. struck out 11 and held Chicago to six liils in the finale. Injuries Mar Nightcap Two injuries marred the nightcap. George Kell suffered a possible skull fracture when struck Elsewhere on the big league; by one of Dick Donovan's pitches scene, .the Cardinals climbed to :an( j Francor.a broko his left index within 3% games of first place by finger while trying to field EI defeating the Giants twice, 2-1,'ground ball, and 10-7; Milwaukee beat Pittsburgh in the first game, 2-1, in 11 innings, but the Pirates won , jed 4 . 4 in (IK , ci hlh an , l,he nightcap, 5-3, and the Cubs| bascs r uU , Hank Bauer In topped the Phillies, 7-3, in the opener, while the second game svas called in the loth with the score 4-4. In the American League, the Red Sox look both ends of a double-header from the Athletics, man was second to earn starting ,8-4 and 9-5, while Cleveland split berths in the 22-rnan field after!with Washington, the Indians tat New York 000 201 310- 7 14 1; Wjff j Smith Holds L. McDaniel, Wehmeier (7), Wil-i 3 _ . . , . helm (fi) and Cooper, Landrith. J-jtrOKC Lead in • i,' Burnside, Kidzik (5), Anto- |_ ac jies' PGA Finals (8 nelli (iii, McCormick (7), Davis (8) and Westrum. Winner — L. McDanid (G-2). Loser — Burnside il-4). HR—Musial (12lh), Mueller (2nd). (1st Game) Chicago 000 000 331— 750 Philadlphia 003 000 000— 391 Droll, Lown (9) and Neeman. Chuck More-head 7 "- !12 - !5G icardwel!, Roberts (7) and Lopata. ..(11-77—158 ..77-111—158 Kick Edwards 8(1-70. Jack Hcrron Bill Newcombe — Dutch Grusenmeyer Kavie Trilt • Bob Ross Dick Rchwald Oscar Miller Fred Wolfe ' Bob Davis Cecil Jamis'on '" e Winner—Drott (4-6). Loser—Rob- KO-71 j_15S 79-79—158 74-114—158 80-79—159 78-111—15!) 05-7(^-161 84-7B—102 ; Pal Sabatini 111-82—103 ; Bill Sullivan 711-85— li;:i , Dan Keller 79-B5—1«4 | Don Grubbs 7!)-!ie—105 1 John Albright Perry Gibson .. John White .... Art Briinkruff .. 1 Harry Binder ; Steve Hamilton Dale Miller .... Charles Lowe . Herb Young ... Louie Dolnics .. Don Bessignano Charles Kodgers Carl Miller ....... B.1-B2— 1G5 ....... 7U-Wi— 105 ....... 80-«fi— 16fi ....... 110-81—107 ....... H2-8B— Kill ....... 81-87— 1(1(1 ....... 8-1-84— 108 ert-s (0-7). WR—Banks <7th). (2nd Game, filled after 9 Innings, curfew) Chicago 010 200 010— 472 Philadlphia 100 010 020— 472 Drabowsky and Neeman. Haddix, Miller (II), Farrell (9) and Lopata. HR—Neeman (7th). American League (lot Game) Washington 000 010 010— 2 C 0 Cleveland 000 400 30x— 7110 Kernmerer, Hernandez (5), Hyde (8) and Courlncy. Wynn !7-(J) and Naragon. Loser — Kem- morer (0-3). (and Game) ....... Kl-93— 174 ....... 87-90—177 ....... 117-95—182 PITTSBURGH (UP) — Wiffi Smith, 20-year-old St. Clair, Mich., freshman pro, carried a three- stroke lead and a desire to win the "big one" into today's final round of the Ladies' PGA cham- .pionship at Churchill Valley Country Club. The winsome Miss Smith refused to be disgusted Sunday when she fired a double-bogey six on the 17th hole as her drive struck a tree branch and nearly bounded into a creek. She finished the third round with a 75 and a 214 total. Pressing the Michigan lass at 217 were the v e I c r a n Louise Suggs, Sea Island, Ga,, and de- fending'' LPGA t i 11 i s '„ Marlene Bauer Hagge, Dallas, Tex. Miss Suggs, who went into Sunday's round trailing by four strokes, carded a 74 and Mrs. Hagge came hom e with a 73. Deadlocked in fourth position with 219s were Alice Buuer, Palo.s Cleveland 200 OH Oil— 6101 Ramos, Kcmmerc-r (7), Stobbs (9), Clcvengcr (!)j and Courtney. Giircia, Daley (7), Nark-ski (9), Aguirre (9) and Naragon. Winner nings, rain) Perm State and California Nines Remain Unbeaten OMAHA, Neb. (UP) — Pcnn State and California shared the spotlight today as the NCAA college World Series moved into the third round at Municipal Stadium. Undefeated Pcnn State and the seasoned Californians, the only teams unbeaten so far in the double elimination tourney,' will meet tonight. . Connecticut and Iowa State, both wilh 1-1 records in tournament play,' meet this afternoon, and Noire Dame, 1-1, is slated to meet Texas, 1-1, this evening. Penn State, which had won 21 straight games going into tonight's fray, defeated Texas, 4-1, in the second round Sunday. California routed Iowa State, 8-2; Notre Damn wl h i p p c d Colorado •State, 23-2. and Connecticut defeated Florida Slate 5-3. In first round play Saturday, Texas defeated Connecticut, 3-0; Penn State shut out Florida Park, III., and Joyce Ziske, 'Water-! Slate, 7-0; California blanked ford, Wis. Miss Bauer shot a Colorado Slate, 4-0; and Iowa third-round , 74 and Miss Ziske Stale defeated Notre Dame, 13-8, ed for Ihe olher. The summaries: Logansport .... 000 001 1— 2 43 Middletown .... 081 300 x—12 12 1 Becson, Wolf and Prentice; Smilh and Pinkerton. Logansport Middletown 001 000 001— 2 10 2 000 001 002— 372 i Freddie Aga"bashia*.i, jming and Danny Kladis all were \ involved in accidents during practice. Kladis was taken to a hospital for observation after his car hit the wall. 1 Rathmann's fiflh place finish gave him 100 points loward the national '-'lampionship and upped Jones and Bell; Snodgrass and Cronk, Parks. Musial Can Equal "Iron. Man" Record NEW YORK (UP)—Stan (The Man) Musial can equal Ihe National League's "iron man" record Tuesday night when the Cardinals meet the Phillies in Philadelphia. By playing in both Sunday's games against the Giants, Musial ran his streak of consecutive games .to 821, only one short of the league record of 822 games held by Gus Suhr, former Pittsburgh first baseman. posted a 75. Four of the 26 players in the 221. Jackie Pung, San Fran- e y- lourncy were bunched al •)).i'phF'v wore Jnckia Puntr. San — Kcmmcrer (1-3). Loser — Daley j Beach (1-5). Hll-Wcrt/. 2 (7th & Bth), 'Marls 2 (Oth & 7th), Sievers (12i.h) Tll cisco . Bonrlie Ranclo i. ph , Naples in 10 innings. CLAIMS GLIDER RECORD SWANTON MORLEY, England Paul Steckel 88-94—182 Charles Bowles 90-92—1B2 Henry Szewczyk 92-9:!—185 John Hiatt 93-94—187 3t. Pickering 92-95—187 Ken Ingram 97-94—191 Bill Kile 98-97—195 Meal Miller 103-93-190 Don O'Connor 104-103—207 Coaches Pick Big 10 All-Star Baseballers CHICAGO (UP) — Bis Ten coaches named two players each from MichiHan, Michigan Slate and Northwestern and single players from Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa to fill the conference's All Slar baseball team. The squad-officially was named Bunday morning. Bi« Ton batting king Ed Broeker, captain of the champion Northwestern Wildcats, wound up in left field on the learn. Northwestern's Tom Seheucrman. arid Iowa's Don Dobrino were the two pitchers named. Only repeater on the 1957 All filar squad wan riKhtfieldcr John Demerit of Wisconsin, who recenS- Jy signed a bonus contract with the Milwaukee Braves. The All-Star team: 3h—Koscoc Davis, MSU 2b—Ken Tippery, Mich. 3!)—Steve Boros, Mich. s.s—Bob Kausl, II. ]f—Ed Broeker, NU cf—Laurence Schmitl, Minn, rf—John Demerit, Wis. c—Alan Luce, MSU IP—Tom Schcuerman, NU p—Don Dobrino, Iowa (Isl Game) Baltimore 012 020 020— 7 11 0 Ihic-iigo 000 120 200— 5 10 0 Moore, Zuverink (fi) and Triandos, Ginsberg (8). Fischer, Klalcy !3), Ilowoll ((i), Keegan (7), LaPalme CJ> and Battey. Winner — Zuverink (0-2). Loser — Keegan (1-3), HR —Francona (6th), Nieman (5th). (2nd Game) Baltimore 000 000 032— 5 10 0 Chicago 000 000 000— 001 O'Dcll (1-0) and Ginsberg. Donovan (5-2) and Lollar. (1st Game) Bo.sloil 200 020 013— B 13 0 Kansas City 301 000 000— 480 Sullivan (3-4) and White. Mor- Kun, Host (5) and Smith. Loser- Host (0-2). HR—Skizas (9th), Zer- ., . .... ..... each -p-jj, . Beverly Hanson, In- <U'P)— A former Itoyal Air Force o ^ alir ' anci Marilyn Smith, -f'Bhter pilot today claimed a new ichil-i Kan '.national altitude record of 30000 dio, Wichila, Kan. Canadians Will Vote In General Election OTTAWA, Ont. (UP)—An esli- •maled .six million Canadians go .lo Ihe polls loday lo vole in a na- lional general eleclion to choose a government for the next four years. ' Voting will be for members of the House of Commons which will then pick a government from the majorily party to rule unlil 1901. The Liberal government of 75- year-old Prime Minister Louis SI. Laurcnl is favored to retain power. The Conservative Parly standard bearer is John Dicfenbakcr, 61, of Prince Albert, Sask. Only two-thirds of Canada's nine million eligible voters are expected lo mark Iheir ballots between 9 a.m. 'and 7 p.m. e.d.l., if the feet for gliders. Alfred Warmin- Kor said h t hit l.!ie height (luring hour-long flight, lopping the previous record by 1,200 feet. Northwest Methodist District Head Named LAFAYETTE (UP)—The Rev. Donald McMahan of Cruwfords- ville was appoinlcd superintendent of the Greencaalle District at the 10611, annual Northwest Indiana; ^Charleston Spoils Miller's Chances To Take AA Lead his sen. total lo 900, just 100 less than Indianapolis Speedway winner Sam Hanks who- has retired and will not race this year. Five Hoosiers Named To All-Star Roster CHl'CAGO (UP)—Five Hoosiers are amdng the 47 .football players already selected to face the professional champion Now York Giants in the 24th annual all-star gamo Aug. 9. They are ends Brad Bomba of Indiana and Lamar Lundy of Purdue, center Joe Amslulz of Indiana and quarterbacks Paul Ilor- nung of Notre Dame and Lcn Dawson of Purdue. Walton Nips UAW in Softball Game, 4-2 Walton edged the UAW, 4 lo 2, in a Sunday night soflball game at Riverside park. Babb and Wallace combined ,„,..,„,. ,, , notching efforts lo set down the Me hodsl Conference Sunday. Uj AW c)ub with lhrce hits The Bishop Richard C. Kamu.s ap-l w!nnors c[)lleclc(J nine , snfclieSi i cl | pointed McMahan to succeed Dr. , Wal , ace with Ul i nc i udin g J. J. Bailey, who leaves as superintendent after six years to be come pastor of LaPorte's First Methodiiil Church. Dr, Robert M. Selle, whom the Rev. Baixy replaces, goes to Danville. Walton There are more than 188,000 miles of crude oil and refined products pipe lines in the U.S. nial (12th), Lcpcio (2nd), Picrsall WC atlior u fair' and' if "normal (5th), Williams (13tn). election pattners are followed. (2nd Game) Boston 000 022 20.7— 911] Kansas City 001 000 040— 5 10 0 Susce, Uelnck (8), Porlerficld (8) andDla cyMcmort-LD.t, Duren (7), Gorman (U), Colcman (D) and Thompson. Winner — Susce (4-1). Loser—MeDermoll (1-2). HR — Piersall (ftlh),' Klaun (3rd), Ger- nurt (5th), Ccrv (5th), Thompson (1st). New York Dot roil. 000 000 32(1— 500 102 010 000— 4 10 2 Slurdivanl, Dilmar Grim (7), Kucks (H) and Howard. Maa.s, Sk-ater (7) and House. Winner — Grim (S-2). Loser— Slcator (2-t). HR— Bol'ing (8th), Maxwell (8th), Torgeson I (1st), Skowron (9th), Bauor (6th). 1U, PURDUE BLANKED CHICAGO (UP) - Indiana and Purdue were shut out on the first two all-Big Ten baseball teams, •but they placed a total of fiv c men on the third squad. The Hoosiers wore- first baseman Carl Kirkptarick, second baseman Gus Sjoholm and rightfielder Jim Howe. Third baseman Bill Gorman and pitcher Ron Teunis were the Boilermakers named. a father's day gift FIT FOR A KING v ^_ give «pop j IA FENDRICH CIGARS make it a very special Father's Day ... ASSORTED CHOCOLATES . . . Creams, nuts, fruits, caramels, nougats, crunches. HOME FASHIjONED FAVORITES . . . pecan rolls, butter bons, fudges, jellies. No chocolate-covered pieces. cither assortment only $1.35 lib. box $2.6O 2 Ib. box Also a Complete Line of Whitman's fine box candle* Exclusively at Timberlake's Gift Shop "Your Father's Day Gift Headquarters" a home run. The summary: UAW ............ 020 000 0—2 3 0 Oil 2(» x— 4 9 1 Walson and IT. Smith; Babb, Wallace and Sutlon. Ily UNITED PRESS Charleston edBCd Minneapolis in two extra-inning names Sunday, 9-11 and 5-4, to spoil !he Millers' chance lo overtake the league lead-1 ing Wichita Braves in the Amerl-j can Association. ' In other games, Ihe Braves split with Denver, beating the Bears, 4-1, in the opener but dropping the second game, 11-3; Lou.isv.ille and St. Paul halved a twin bill, the Colonels taking Ihe first game, 1-0, then lo.sing I e nighionp, 2-1, and Oir.nhn won its single game wilh Indinnnpolisi 6-0. Senator catcher Walt Streuli smacked the first ball pitched in the bottom ofl he 10th inning for his firsl hit in IS limes al hat Ihis season to win the game for Charleston. Carlos Paula hit a grand slam clout for the Millers and also had two .singles. In the second game, Bob Thorpe tripled to open liie last of the Illh frame for 1 Charleston and scored on Don Griffin's fly. Bill Ilnrrmg- lon relieved in the eighth for Ihe Senators and pilclied four innings of scoreless ball lo gel the win. ChariesUin's Iwin victories moved them inlo fifth place in Ihe Association. The Yankees won their game afler trailing 4-0. Wilh the score and ti'io ried lo steal second. By the time the Tigers got through throwing Urn ball around, Bill Skowron scored the deciding run from third. Frank Boiling. Charley Maxwell ami Earl Torgeson homered for ih-J Tigers while Skowron and Bauer homered for Ihe Yanks. Members of both teams cams charging onto the field in the third inning whwi Ray Kuone and Yankee storlcr Tom Sturdivant engaged in a fisl fight. Boons claimed Slnrdivan! had thrown »l his head. Both were ejected from the game ami the victory went to reliever Bo;> Grim. BADMINTON SETS from . . $3.98 SPORTLAND 515 Broadway Ph. 2310 MOTOROLA CAR RADIOS Tiny Iromltlor won't wear out. 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