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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 17, 1957
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Iwdv* Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Evening, June 17, •^H M ' ' mviiuay cjvciuii^, jime .u f laat, Frank Henry Jr., Captures Logansport Golf Title Finishes Nine Strokes Ahead of Nearest Rival Ken Stalberger Is Second and Dick Nethercutt Third; Defending Champion Bill Thompson Winds Up in Sixth Spot. Frank Henry Jr. was crowned Logansport's new golf champion as a result of his convincing nine stroke victory in the city open which concluded Sunday after coon. Henry toured the Country club links in 72 and the Dykeman course in 74 during the muggy weekend- three strokes over par—but slil managed to finish four-under nor mal figures for the 72-hole route. The champion's total was 28: when- his previous rounds of 69 end 66 were added to his card Observers believed that 135 score for 36 holes' was the bast ever shot in. tournament competition playing the longer distance a Dyktman. Ken Stalberger pulled into the runnerup position with a 290 card after adding a 70-73 to his former total of 147 strokes. Dick Nethercutt fired a three- onder par 67 Saturday at the club but settled for a 75 Sunday at Dykeman and a third place tally of 292. Bob Buck placed fourth with 996, Charles Hiatt fifth with 2D7 and defending champion Bil Thompson notched sixth with his 2<J9, Bill Newcombe won the first flight adding a 73-73—146 to 'his half-way total of 158 and recorded a 304 tally. Jack Horron was sec ond. Championship of the second flight went to Bob Davis at 310. Steve Hamilton won the third division with his 327 stroke total. Bob Nethercutt carded 333 to win the fourth flight and John Hiatt •won the fifth on his tally of 372 strokes. Henry will receive his champion ship trophy at the award smorgasbord dinner Monday night at 7:30 o'clock. Other merchandise prizes •will be distributed, according to John Carithers, Dykeman manager. The individual scores: ' Championship Flight Frank Henry 135-72-74—281 Ken Stalberger ....147-70-73—290 Dick Nethercutt 150-67-75—292 Bob Buck 146-75-75—290 Charles Hiatt 150-70-77—297 Bill Thompson 144-74-01—2911 J. .!. Werner 152-72-71!—300 Howard Pashong ....103-70-78—301 Harry Skinner 152-74-78—304 Bob Wolfe 15C-71-7«~3«i Dick Edwards 156-76-75—307 Bob Lowe 155-76-78—309 Ed Wurncr 155-73-81—309 Chuck Morehcad ....156-74-113—313 Harold Jamison 149-78-87-314 Bud Steele 1S5-80-B7—328 First Flight Bill Newcombe 1M-73-73—304 Jack Herron 157-7fl-77—310 Hob ROBS 158-75-78-311 Dave Trltt ,158-80-81—32U Ken Kite Withdrew, Dutch Grusenmcyer Withdrew Dick Rehwald Withdrew Oscar Miller Withdrew Second Flight Boh Davis 101-74-75—310 ! Dan Keller JM-70-7B—318 Fred Wolfe ir,fl-70-B»-31ll Nats, Yanks Win in LLB The National Bank Senators outlasted the Farmers and Merchants Bank Gianls 13-11 and the UCT Yanks belted the Wolf Cubs 12-4 in a pair of Little League play off games Saturday. The Senators, outhit 11-6, combined walks, errors and timely hitting to trip the Giants at Grain field. Larry Parmeter socked a home run and a double to pace the senators while Don Speitel go! two doubles and a single, and John Havrilla hit two doubles' in their 12-hit attack to floor the Cubs at Tower Park. The Cubs managed to get only two hits but six Yank errors helped them to score in the late innings. It was the second straight win for the Yanks, who now top the National Division. Senators Gianls LITTLE LEAGUE 310,522—13 205,202—11 White, M. Parrett, Parrneter and Chapman; Havrilla and Speitel. Yanks 230,241—12 12 6 Cubs 000,031— 4, 2 1 Schubach, Paul and Poor; Caughell and Maroney. Yesterday's Results By UNITED PRESS National League (1st Game) Milwaukee 101 000 010— 3 11 0 Philadlphia 000 100 100— 250 Pizarro (3-5) and Sawatski. Roberts, Hearn (4), Miller (8) and Lopata. Loser—Miller (1-2). HR— Jones (7th), Harainer (4th), (2nd Game) Milwaukee Philadlphia 000 000 000— 0 000 001 OOx— 1 Burdette (5-3) and CrandaH. Simmons (5-3) and Lonnett. (1st Game) St. Louis- Brooklyn 100 014 100— 7 13 2 005 100 000— 6 10 0 Dickson, Wehmeier (3), V. Me- Daniel (6) and Landritti. Drysdale, Roebuck. (5), Labine (7), Bessent (9) and Campanula, Winner—V. McDaniel (1-0). Loser — Labine (3-2). HR — Campanella (9th), Drysdale (1st), Musial (14th), Boyer (7th), (2nd Game) St. Louis Brooklyn 120 004 100— 8 13 1 200 002 000— 451 Schmidt, Wilhelm (6) and H. Smith. Podres, Craig (6), Bessent (8) and Walker. Winner—Schmidt (6-1). Loser—Podres (6-3), HR — Moon (13th). At GAMES MONDAY Crain Field—Optimist Ind !ans vs. Logan Machine Red Sox. At Tower Park—Herman's Panthers vs. Schiff Shoe Store Cards. Junior Legion Club Loses at Lebanon On One-Hit Pitching Limited to one-hit—a seventh inning triple by Pal O'Connor— :he Logansport Junior Legion baseball team lost its first game of the season at Lebanon Sunday, 4 to 2, after being rained out at Frankfort Saturday. O'Connor's wallop and a sacrifice fly. produced the final Lo- {ansporl run. A walk and two Lebanon errors accounted for the other. The locals, managed by Bob Hunter, will entertain Wabash at .Riverside park at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Saturday the tciim will travel to West Lafayette and re- urn home for a Sunday afternoon game at Riverside park against Valparaiso. The summary: Cecil Jamison J'at Sabllani .. Don (Irubbs .. John Albright .. llill Sullivan .. .162-77-82— Ml , ifi:i-78-85—:«n .165-80-85—:i:io .165-82-87—334 Withdrew Loganxport .001 000 1—2 1 3 Lebanon • •.. 002 02(1 x—1 4 3 Curry and Nichols; Smith and Colllnfl. Bryant to Play Pro Ball With St. Louis .ST. LOUIS (UP)—Hallic J7rynnt of Indlnna University has signed to play professional basketball with the St. Louis Havvks next s«a»on. Bryant is a top robounder at 6-3 •;tnd 202 pounds. The Hawki won the Western Division of Ihu National Ilaskeliball AsHociulion last season. Cincinnati Now York 030 000 000— 3 000 000 13x— 4 Marion Edges Logan FOP in CIBL Til| r 3-2 Logansport Out-hits Visitors But Walks Contribute to Marion Victory The Logansport Fraternal Order of Police baseball club lost another "heartbreafcer" when the Marion Blue Sox scored two sixth inning runs to cop a 3 to 2 decision Sunday afternoon at Riverside park. It was the fourth straight Central Indiana Booster baseball, league setback for . the locals, two of which came by a single run. Tom Beeson and Billy Jones combined to limit Marion to six hits, but six bases on balls and a hit-batsman led to their downfall. Marion took a 1-0 lead in the second on a- walk, sacrifice and Philadelphia Major League Standings American League W. L. Pet. GB Chicago 36 18 .667 ... New York 33 22 .600 3% Detroit 32 25 .561 5% Cleveland 30 25 .545 6 Boston 27 30 .474 10 Baltimore 24 32 .429 13 Kansas City 23 33 .411 14 Washington 20 40 .333 19 Monday's probable Pitchers (No games scheduled.) Tuemlay's Games Kansas City at Washington, night Chicago at Baltimore, night Detroit at New York, night Cleveland at Boston, night Milwaukee St. Louis Cincinnati National League W. L. Pot. a single by Klein. But the FOP rallied for a pair of runs in its lalf of the inning on three successive hits by Young, Rivers and Fred Schue, Logansport held that 2-1 advan- age until the sixth when three walks, two singles and an error accounted for the winning splurge. Schue and Jim Ridenour collected four of Logan's seven hits. Klein had two of Marion's six 7 0, 8 2 i safeties. Gross, Acker (8) and Bailey, j The summary: Crone, Davis (2), Barclay (3), Grlssom (8) and Westrum, Kail (8). Winner— Grlssom (1-2). Loser —Acker (0-3). HR— -Mueller (3rd). (1st Gtimc) Chicago 000 HO 200— 4 14 1 Pittsburgh 000 010 000— 1 7 1 Kaiser, Lown (8) and Fanning. Arroyo, Face (6), Kline (8) and Rand. Winner— Kaiser (2-4). Loser—Arroyo (2-6). HR — (4th), Banks (9th), Moryn (4th). (2nd) Game, CMi Inn., curfew) Chicago 100 101 1- Fttteburgh 201 010 x— • Rush, Brosnan (7) and man, Purkey, Arroyo (fi), (0) und Folles. HR—Banks (lOUi). American League • (lit Came) Baltimore 100 200 000—' 391 Cleveland 011 000 02x— 4 « 1 Johnson (5-fl) and Tciandog. Mossi, McLlsh (8), Narlcski (H) and Naragon. Winner — Narlcski 5-1). • (2nd Game) Baltimore 000 000 010— 161 470 4 10 4 Nee- Law Cleveland 310 010 OOx— 5 10 0 O'Dell, Lohman (7) and Gins- erg. Wynn (U-7) an<I Hotfan, Narngon H) ; Losen—O'Dell (1-1). HR~Smlth (4th), Williams (3rd). (J,»t Game) Washington Chicago 000 020 000— 2 200 002 MX— 4 Ramos, Hydo (7) ond Uerburct. Wilson, Kcegnn (9) and Batley. Winner—Wilson (7-3). Loser—Rn- mos <4-<l). HR—Mlnoso (4th), 1U- Third Flight Steve Hamilton 168-79-80—327 Art Brinkruff .-. 1B7-80-DO—333 Harry Binder lfi8-78-8ft-334 Dale Miller lim-<i2-B7—OT I'erry Gibson 105-H5-IID—340 Herb Young 171-00-115—340 Charles Lowe Withdrew John White Withdrew Fourth FIlKiil JJol) Nethercutt 175-1)0-78—33:) Charles Hodgera 177-84-84—345 Carl Miller 1112-82-94—358 Lduio Dolnics 173'fl7-!KI—359 r.-iul Stcckel 182-91-97—371 Charles Bowles 182-91-97—371 Henry Sxowsxyk 185-97-BB—378 Don UfHslgnuno Withdrew Fifth Fllijht Jrthll. Hiatt ....187-00-05—,'172 Joe I'atacoll 102-05-93—380 It, Pickering ...'. 187-W)-100—:i»0 Ken Ingram 191-DO-1DK— WJ Hill Hile 195-100-95—KM) Ncul Miller 190-95-102—3»n Don O'Connor 207-109-115—431 State Junior Links Tourney "Wide Open" LAFAYETTE (UP)—The Indiana Junior Golf championship which opened at Purdue today is ulalud to be a "wide opon" affair. Joe Campbell of Anderson ha« "outgrown" the Junior, Iwavlng the field wide open for tho oilier young Hoosler strokers. Campbell, now 21, became' the first champion lust year to win the title two y«ur» in a row. Officials predicted ubout 150 Kolfors would tee off In the 32nd edition of the tourney on the university's South Course. The low 84 (jhoolorH on the first day will start match play Tuesday, Aboul a dozon boys aru conceded tho best chance. They include Ron 3<(iyer und Jon Sommor of Cruw- fordsvlllc, Don Kssig of Indianapolis, Sam Carmlehaul of Mar- tlnsville, Jolm Hamilton of Evans- vlllu, Harley Drnke of Plymouth, Churlen Thurn of Notre Dame and Tad Schmidt of Gnrrott. Roycr lost to Campbell, 6 nnd 5, In last year's flnalg hero. KUSJAN DRIVES WINNKR TEURK HAUTE (U1 J )—Kd Kll- slan of Oakland, Cullf., won UK; 15 mile fealuro nulo race at the Wabash Valley Fairgrounds Kim- day in 13 minutes 2(1.3 seconds. Five Indianapolis "500" veterans wore in the Vacc. Elmer (!e«ri;c spun out on the ninth lap urouncl the hnlf-mll« track In the only accident of t'he race. (2nd ftumc) Wn.shinjfton 200 130 000— 6 11 2 Chicago 000 031 (Mx— H 13 0 Cle/cngcr, Bycrly (5), Hydo (8) und FibiKorald, Bcrborcl (7). Harshman, Howell (5),' LnPalmu <()> and Lollar, Battey (0). Winner— .Howell (2-2). Loner — Byurly (2-2). HO—Silvers (15th). Howell 2nd). (1ft IlHlllIKH) Buy Ion Dolroll 000 000 300 0— 1 SI 001 000 000 t— 2 11 0 Fornlolos (2-7) and White. Bunning (7-1) nnd House. Jill—Klaus (4i:h), Kuonn (<ll.li). (10 ImilngB) , Now York 000 003 002 3— » 0 1 THE ONLY THING YOU'LL. LIKE BETTER THAN P1VK QUALITY is ITS PRICEI NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTSCOTN7 1 WHISKEY. 86.PHOOF. C5X GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS; Marlon .010 002 000—3 « 0 Logansport .020 000 000—12 7 2 Persinger and Landrum; Beeson, Jones (7) and Prentice, Elliott 1C). 33 22 31 23 32 25 30 24 30 25 25 32 20 35 17 32 .600 .574 ,561 .556 .545 .439 .364 13 .347 13 Brooklyn New York Pittsburgh Chicago Monday's Probable Pitchers Brooklyn at Cincinnati (night)— McDevilt (0-0) vs Klippstein (2-5). Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (night) Friend (4-7) vs TrowbrJdge (2-0). (Only games scheduled.) Tuesday's Games Philadelphia at Chicago Brooklyn at Cincinnati, night New York at Milwaukee, night Pittsburgh at St. Louis, night American Association Wichita 37 25 St. Paul Minneapolis .... Omaha 34 27 Charleston 31 31 L. .Pet. ,5!>7 Denver .557 .500 . 28 28 ,500 Imlianapolis 2733 , Denver 10& Wichita 6 1st, 7 inns Louisville ' 17 4fi .270 Denver IB Wic-hita 2 (2nd) Mayer Wins Open Crown TOLEDO, Ohio (UP)—Nerveless Dick Mayer, ending three years of fairway frustration, won Ihe U.S. Open golf championship Sunday when he fired a two over par 72 for a seven-shot playoff l»iumph j Omaha 2 Indianapolis f(lst) over defending champion Cary I Omaha 3 Indianapolis 2 (2nd) Middlecoff. ' St. Paul 7 Louisville 1 (1st, 7 inns) Chipping and putling with deadly St. Paul 8 Louisville 4 (2ncB accuracy, the handsome blond from St. Petersburg, Fla., squnred accounts for a last hole fiasco which cost him this same tournament in 1054 as he lamed tough Inverness while Middlcqoff could do no belter than a 78. "I waited a Jong time for tihis one," beamed the slender 32-year old. "I- wondered, ever since that day at Baltusrol, whether I'd ever make it and several times today il gave .me tho shakes." But Mayer never showed It as, playing with an outwardly Icy calm in 80 1 degree heal, he made up for thai dl.imal dny Uirce years ago when ho look a double uogcly six to blow the big one to Ed Furgol. Softball SCHEDULE FOR WEEK Monday, 6:00—G-T. Jets vs. Alpha Bears; 8:00—KLK Kolts vs. A and W Pirates (Colt League) Tuesday, 7:00—Grass Creek game; 8:15—Walton Lions game. Wednesday, 7:30—Logan Jr. Legion vs. Wabash (Baseball). Thursday, 5:30—Alpha Bears vs. A and W Pirates>(Colt League); 8:15—YMCA vs. Wegert's. Friday, 6:"00—G.T. Jets vs. KLK Kolts (Colt League) 8:15—Walton game. Saturday, 7:00—UAW game; 8:15—Wegert's vs. K. C. PERU EDGES KC Central Murphy of Peru staved off a seventh inning rally by the K. of C. team to win a 3 to 2 Softball decision Sunday night at Riverside park. The locals were blanked for six innings, but scored twice on an error, double and sacrifice fly in the seventh, Maloy collected two of Logansport's three hits. Summary: Central Murphy ..100 001 1—3 7 1 K. of C 000 000 2— Z 3 1 Pegg and Hicks; Bauer and Sabatini. Indians Edged Twice By Omaha, 2-1 and 3-2 OMAHA, N«B. (UP)—The Indianapolis Indians dropped both ends of a tight twin-bill to Omaha Sunday night. The Cardinals won the first game, 2-1, and came back to take the 3-2 nightcap in 11 innings. Ron Jackson came through with six hits in the double-header including a home run in the first game. But he got little help from his teammates. Sam Mele homered with Jackson on in the fourth inning of the second game to put the Indians ahead 2-1. But the Cardinals came back on a Shonvin Dixon home run in the fifth to tie the score. Dick Brown homered for Omaha in the first gams. Timberloke Scores Hole-in-OneatClub Grover Timberlake celebrated Father's Day in appropriate fashion by "acmg" the No. 3 hole at (he Logansport Country club. Playing in a three-some with his son, Robert, and his father- in-law, B. M. Kirkpatrick, Timberlake used a No. 5 iron to notch his hole-jn-one, the first at the club links this season. His shot landed about a fool and a half from the pin and rolled into the cup. Read the Classified Ads *********************************** * . * * Hour* 9 to 5; Wed., 9 to 12; Sot. 9 to 9. * 412 Eait Broadway Phone 4193 $ SEEK GAMES Paul's Cities Service team of Rochester is seeking' sottbaH games with clubs in Logansport and vicinity, preferably for play on Friday an j Saturday nights. Any teams interested are asked to contact Bill Froyberg at Rochester, home phone CA 3-2692. Heatwave Fails to Slow All-Star Drills INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Intii- 33 25 .569 ana ' s i,[ gh 3Cnool basketball "All 3,> 27 .565 stare" settled down to "two a SOX SIGN P1TCIIKK OHTOAGQ IUP) — William Mc- Elwaln, a right-handed pitcher who pluyod for Rollins College this sen- son, has signed a contract with the Chicago White Sox. The 17-yottr-nld hurler for the Winter Park, Fin., college 'wns named to line all-tounney team in •Hie NA7A meet this spring. The Wihllo Sox said ho. would be optioned to Davon/port, lown, of the Thrcc-I League. Martinez, Gavilan Will Fight Tonight In Grudge Match JERSEY CITY, N.J. (UP) — Welterweight Marline/, and day" practice sessions loday despite a sizzling heatwave In preparations for Saturday's series opener against Kentucky in Louisville. The return match will be played at Butler Fieldhouse here June 20, Hoosiur coach Angus Nicoson expressed some alarm when the Stars reported Saturday. Although he was not clissali.sfitxl with their physical condition, he said bluntly they could bo in better shape. And wilh only a few days available U> mold a unit, Nicoson promised nothing but hard work. contender Vlnce ex-chumpioti Kid Guvilan. mcol. outdoors tonight at •Roosevelt Stadium in a return 10- round fight to .settle Iho dispute over their February thriller. Promoters Willie G-ilMiiber.tf and Baibc Culnnn expect about 9,000 fnn» and $35,000. Him bout will not be televised. Champion Cnrmon Basilio will be at the ringside, for he him boon offered a guarantee of $105,000 to fight the winner In Jersey City, in cnse his proposed match with Suffnr liny Robinson Wows j up- is is Knn. City 000 200 M,l 1— fl 12 3 KuckK, Grim (I)), DILmur (10) and Johnson, Bcrru (9), Morgan, Gorman (9) and Smith. Winner— Grim (7-2). Loser—Gorman (0-2), HR—rMcDouguId (3rd), Borrn (7lh) Martin (2nd), Smith Math). 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