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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Cubs' Drott Boomed for Rookie Honor NEW YORK (UP) — Manager Bob Scheffing feels his last-place Chicago Cubs could produce the National League's rookie of the year in 20-year-old pitcher Dick Drott. The right-handed Drott, who •popped into prominence when he struck out 15 Milwaukee batters on May 26, currently has a 4-6 record but Scheffing claims that is misleading. "His record easily could have been the other way around if the ball had bounced right for us in some of the games he pitched," Scheffing said. "Here is a kid who is one of the best young pitchers Major League Leaders National League Player & Club .. .G. AB R. .H. Pet Hodges, Bkn. • 49 190 28 .70 .368 Musial, St. L. 48 198 28 70 .354 Groat, Pitts. 32 128 16 45 .352 Fondy, Pitts. 44 178 22 62 .348 Thomas,- Pitts. 49 195 19 65 .333 American League Williams, Bost. 46 158 35 61 .386 Mantle, N.Y. 50 157 45 61 .365 Fox, Chi. ' 49 189 35 67 .354 Boyd, Bait. 48 151 29 51 .338 Wertz, Cleve. • 48 169 30 54 .320 . Home Runs Braves Offer 3 for Giants' Schoendienst BROOKLYN (UP)—H the New York Giants say "yes" today to a "solid, definite" offer made them by the Milwaukee Braves, Red Schoendienst will be .cavorting at second base for the Braves And pitcher Gene.Conley, second baseman Danny O'Connell, and outfielder Bobby Thomson — the man who won the 1951 "Little Miracle" pennant for the Giants —will be in Giant uniforms. General Manager John Quinn of the Braves disclosed he made a firm trade oifer to Giant vice- president Charles (Chub) Feeney Tuesday afternoon. He refused to name the players involved but it Faber Claims Spitball Fuss Exaggerated CHICAGO (UP) — Red Faber, who parlayed a wad of chewing gum and a mtiuthful of tobacco into 252 victories for the old Chicago White Sox, said today all this current fuss about spitballs is a lot of hogwash. "I can't figure Birdie Tebbetfs going around saying Lou Burdette sneaks in spitters," said Faber, now 66. "How can a guy sneak in a spitter? It takes at least six warrr.ups before you can throw tripled for Omaha. Indians Lose 4-2 to Cheney and Omaha INDIANAPOLIS (ITP) - Tom Cheney pitched and batted the Omaha Cardinals to a 4-2 victory over the Indianapolis Indians in an American Association baseball game here Tuesday night. The Omaha righthander limited the Indians to six hits and struck out 10. In addition, Cheney banged out three singles and drove in two runs. Catcher John Romano collected two hits for Indianapolis, one a solo homer in the ninth inning. Lefttielder Sam Mele smashed a 400-foot triple for the Indians in the second and scored on third baseman Charley Williams' infield grounder. Leftfielder Don Lassetter also ..National League — Aaro.n, was learned the 3-for-l swap out- one with any accuracy, and, be. Braves, 15;. Musial, Cards, 12;jlined above was it. Sauer, Giants; 11; Moon, Cards; | The obstacle to the deal ap- 11; (Five tied with 10 apiece). ..American League — Mantle, ~ . . u : „ _ M J vi« ..American JUUUKUU — mcuuic, in our league right now and he, WU iiams, Red Sox, 14; could become, one of the real _.__.'. '..,.,.»:„ ' ,„. c,-.',^,. could become . one greats." While Drott shocked the baseball world with his performance against the Braves two weeks ago, he did not particularly surprise Scheffing. "I had Drott with Los Angeles in the Pacific Coast League last season and he was the strikeout sensation of the league," explained the Cub manager. "He struck out 15 batters in a game against San Francisco and in another game he fanned 13 men in six innings against Sacramento. Drott pitched in 185 innings for me at Los Angeles and he led the league with 184 strikeouts." Zernial, Athletics, 12; Sievers, Senatro, 12; Maxwell, Tigers, 11. Runs Batted In ..National League — Musial, Cards, 45; Aaron, Braves, 43; Hoak, Redlegs, 38; Furillo, Dodgers, 33; Robinson, Hedlegs, 33; Bell, Redlegs, 33. .American League — Sievers, Sena'tors, 40; Wertz, Indians, 39; Minoso, White Sox, 35; Mantle, Yanks, 35; Skowron, Yanks, 35; Maxwell, Tigers, 35. Pitching ' Sahntz, Yanks, 7-1; Sanford, Phils, 7-1; Acker, Redlegs, 6-1; Pierce, White Sox, 10-2; Bunning, peared to be Giant hopes of landing either pitcher Bob Buhl or pitcher Ray Crone instead of Conley, an off-and-on sore arm case. According to Scheffing, Drott j Tigers, 5-1; Schmidt, Cards, 5-1. "throws something like Clay Bryant," the former Cub pitching star, 'only he isn't as wild as Bryant was. He has a fine fast ball and a great curve; best of all, he has good pitching sense." In stomping for Drott as .his rookie of the year candidate, Scheffing said he is not overlooking the Phillies' fine array of first- year pitchers. "I know they have some good ones in Jack Sanford, Don Cardwell and Dick Farrell. I'll take Drott over all of them, though. "And you know how high the Dodgers are on Sandy Koufax, don't you? Well, in my book, Drott right now is farther advanced as a pitcher than Koufax." Because of young hurlers like Drott, Moe Drabowsky and Don Kaiser, Scheffing is convinced the Cubs' cause is far from hopeless. "Our trouble has been hitting, and not pitching," he said. "No regular on our club is hitting for the 'average he is capable of. I know Ernie Banks isn't going to keep hitting .230 all year long. And I'm pretty sure guys like Lee Walls, Dale Long and Walt Moryn will pick up their averages, too." In any case, Scheffing believes his Cubs are not an eighth-place club. sides, there isn't an ump around who couldn't spot it right off." Faber, who stuck with the Sox for 20 years, said so far as he was concerned they had no right to outlaw the pitch, in the first place. "Why pick on it and leave the curve and the slider alone?" he asked. "A spitter is as honest a pitch as any other. It's no more than a knuckle ball that's thrown fast." Fate threw Faber and the spitter together back around the turn of Bears Gain Finals Of College Tourney OMAHA, Neb (UP)-California moved into the finals bracket of the NCAA college World Series today, a solid favorite to win the national collegiate baseball title for the second time in the 11-year history of the event. - .„ The Golden Bears who routed:' 0 tnrow a curve that he had to Ruler, the Preafcness winner, will Indianapolis used three pitchers, Cards Finally Defeat Cubs In LIB Play The Schiff Shoe Store Cardinals defeated the Wolf Cubs, 4 to 1, Tuesday in the. national division of Little League baseball for the first time in three seasons. Dick Bridenbaugh gave this Cards a first inning lead when he swatted the first pitch out o:' the park for a homer. Later on in the the same inning pitcher John Clerk also belted' a round tripper and the Cards were off and running. They played steady ball all the way to beat the cubs, who finally got over a run in the sixth inning. Until yesterday the Cubs had TOLEDO, Ohio (UP) — Among jhe men who 'will try to »hjp em, it's Ben Hogan as the man to beat in the U. S. Open which starts Thursday at Inverness with Slammin' Sammy Snead, as the second choice and strong liking for such as Doug Ford, Jimmy Demaret and young Dow Finsterwald. Curly - haired Jackie- Burke summed it up succinctly when he was asked to name his three with starter Al Papal taking.his W0 n 16 consecutive games from sixth loss against four wins. . the Cardinals and this time the Cheney's victory was his third against two losses. Eight Horses Likely For Belmont Stakes NEW YORK (UP)—The likelihood today was for a starting field of eight Saturday in the $100,000 Belmont Stakes, the' third jewel in racing's Triple Crown classic. Wilh the Calument Farm more a neat job Cub hits. At Grain Red Birds made sure they'd win as Bridenbaugh lashed out three hits and Clark got two. Clark did in scattering four Field the Logan Machine Red Sox bounced the Farmers and Merchants Bank Giants 6-1 in a season starter of the American division LLB, although the Bank boys outhit the winners. Don Speitel and Bud O'Roarke each got two hits for the century. He wrenched his arm, than likely not represented in the• the Giants and Chadwick had two and for a while found it so painful j mile and one - half event, Bold safeties for the Red Sox. The , Iowa State, 9-1, Tuesday night to! experiment with something to re- Tigers Recall Pitcher From Charleston Club DETROIT (UP) — The Detroit Tigers made a move to strengthen their starting pitching today by calling up right-hander John Tsi- touris from their Charleston farm club of the American Association. Tsitouris posted a 7-4 record with the Senators. The 21-year-old faslballer had a 3.24 earned run. average at Charleston. The Tigers sent bonus baby Jim Brady-to their Augusta farm club of the Sally League. Brady pitched only six innings in 1956 and had nit made an appearance this season. Jim Proctor was promoted from Augusta to Charleston to taka Tsi- touris' place. Proctor led the Augusta hurlers with a 7-1 mark. remain unbeaten in the double elimination tournament, were to meet Penn State tonight for the title. The Nittany Lions edged Notre Dame, 5-4, to win a finals berth. A California victory over once- beaten Penn State would mean the 1 championship, while a Penn State victory would force a'Thurs- day night rematch of the same clubs. California was expected to start lanky George Sterling (4-0) against Penn State's Cal Emery (10-0). place it, He discovered the spitter and the partnership was sealed. "Tobacco and gum—that's the stuff for a good spitter," Faber once explained. "You take a bit of chewing tobacco and put it over on one side o[ your mouth. Then you take a stick of gum and put it on the o'jher side. Chew them both it the same time and you've got just the right moisture for a spit- Campy Sets Home Run Mark for NL Catchers BROOKLYN (UP) - Roy Cam. panella of the Brooklyn Dodgers ranks officially today as the greatest homer-hitting catcher in Na> tional League history. Campanula hit lhe 237th homer of his career in the seventh inning of Tuesday night's 7-2 loss to be' the horse to beat. Expected to start along with Bold Ruler are Gallant Man, Bold Nero, Cohoes, Inside Track, Promised Land, Nah Hiss and the surprising Lucky Dip. But no matter how many .each the post in the rich classic, Bold Ruler, a colt with the ability and desire to run distance races, will be the favorite. Machine lads blasted out 4 runs in the second inning and got two Wednesday Evening, June 12, 1957. Today's Sport Parade blasting the cover off the ball, thinks that Snead has "it." "He's up," Thomson said, "and he's strong enough to get it out of the rough around Inverness. Also, you might say, il seems about time he won it. I've got to figure that old number two' will finally make it number one." Walt Burkemo, the chunky blond bomber from Detroit who is one choices. The kid from Texas:of the game's finest match play- jioked, in order, Hogan, Ford and 3nead. "A chalk eater, huh?" some- >ody sneered. Jackie pinned the neckler with a*" blue-eyed glance and said: "When you come to the big ones, buster, I'll stay with those stake horses." Demaret, one of the finest wind players and, as such, unquestionably to threat in this one, backed up young Jackie. "You have to stick with the old timers for one-two," he grinned. "So I like Hogan and Saead, with Finsterwald as an outside possibility." . Vic Ghezzi, the former PGA champion, horned in to add: "Personally, I like Demaret. He's playing as well as anybody on the circuit. After that you have to take a look at Ford and Snead. • it. cTtu rr\* n ^ J L »^« o. iwn. di. i-uiu aiiu ouuau. ~ n ?;l^ JL lh £ £?.,!X, e H this was the Ohio 'Open, instead Giants finally tallied in the sixth. In Hie 1917. World Series, Faber pitched the Sox to three victories over John McGraw's Giants. He still was on top in 1919 when the Sox came to the World Series again. But the Sox crashed in 1919—10 years ahead of the rest of the nation. Faber stayed on, unimpltcated in the great scandal. In 1934, Faber, then 45, called it quits. He allegedly was unhappy because the Sox wanted to cut his 192-3 salary of ?7,500 down to $5,000. Delay Score's Return Until After Aug. 1 CLEVELAND (UP)—Cleveland pitcher Herb Score, sidelined by a severe eye injury since May 7, will be unable to return to action until at least August 1. After an eye examination Tuesday, Score was told he must remain relatively inactive for another four weeks. The treatment was prescribed by eye specialists Dr. Charles Thomas who has treated Score since the pitcher Motor Dodgers had no mercy on the defending champion Eagles Braves, whipping them 4-0 as Mike Newton threw a 6-hitter at the champs and teammate Craig White helped out with a 2-run homer in the fifth inning. Newton fanned ten batters. The Dodgers got their first run in the fourth and collected three more in the fifth that sent starting hurler Jim Wickershami of the Braves off the mound and| brought on "Jim Buck" Bender, who finished. LITTLE LEAGUE Cubs 000,001—1 4 1 Cards 202,00x—4 6 1 McPherson, Caughell and. Maroney; 'Clark and Oxfurth. of the National Open, I'd like Sam. But, as I've said before, he's finished second four times and he may need a new set of nerves." Jimmy Thomson, whose forte is ers, put in a strong vote for DC. maret, to be followed home by Ford and Finsterwald. Julius Boros, picked by Pet» Cooper to win a head-and-head battle from Hogan and Snead, shrugged off his chances by talking for, Hogan and Arnold Palmer in that order. "That long iron play and • his ability to fight that wind which whips in off Lake Erie has to favor Peter Thomson," former Open king Lew Worsham asserted. "After that, lookout for Finsler- wald and Palmer." Former PGA champion Chick ! Herbert nodded confirmation. "Tliat Thomson is my man," h» said. "After that I'll lake Snead and Finsterwald." So, with the brg one just on« day away, the consensus is Hogan. But, as usual, Old Fearless is going to have to go with Slam- min' Sammy Snead. To me, it would be one of the best sports stories oC all time if the balding from the West Virginia lulls could win it. And I think he can. Grants Red Sox 000,001—1 6 2 040,02x—6 5 1 _ _ , Spencer, O'Roarke and Speitel; But Faber did get in on'the'was struck in the eye by "a line Dalton and Chadwick, Norzins- AKINS VS. BYARS NORFOLK, Va., (UP) - Virgil | conducted. Akins of St. Louis and Walter Byars of Boston will compete against each other and a number Club Ladies to Play In Rochester Meet Eleven Logansport Country club women golfers will attend the Rochester invitational program on June 19, it was announced Tuesday at the regular ladies day event. Members were also reminded that a mixed two-ball golf tourney is scheduled Friday, June 15. Following the regular golf program, five tables of bridge were of other attractions tonight when their welterweight clash forms a part of Norfolk's week-long international naval review celebration. Akins is a 9-5 favorite. The 10-round bout will be tele- Vised nationally by ABC. Frank Robinson of the Cincinnati Redlegs led National Leaguers in scoring runs in 1956 with 122. Thirty-eight came on home runs. Awarded Willkie Scholarship BLOOMINGTON (UP). — Miss Lucinda Benzel, Webster Groves, Mo., a junior at Indiana University, was announced Wednesday as the 1957 winner of the Wendell WiUkle Inter-faith scholarship. The scholarship is awarded annually by'the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation of New York to the IU student who has done most in campus activities to advance the ideals of the 1940 Republican presidential nominee in inter-faith and inter-racial relations. he Milwaukee Braves. He had een tied wilh Gabby Hartnelt for le record. Yogi Berra of the New York Yankees holds the major league nark of 244 homers by a catcher. then-new pensidn plan. He was one of the first players to receive baseball pension checks. "Yeah, I've got to admit it's pretty soft," he chuckled. "I'm getting $100 a month." drive. After the e x a m a i n a t i.o n Dr. Thomas said, "Herb's condition is greatly improved and, his eye has responded well to the medication prescribed for him." kay. 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