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Tuesday Evening, June 18, 1057. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven Congress Begins Probe Of Professional Sports Favor Some Exception From Anti-Trust Law Three Hurlers Record Two-Hit Mound Jobs In Youngster Leagues Laws Don't Apply to Organized Baseball. WASHINGTON (UP)—Rep. Ken- Some nifty hitting and a trio of C.*.« r- «. n i j T • T"I i • -r- 2 ' hit Pitching performance marked supreme Court Ruled Twice That Anti-Trust action in LLB, Pony and coit ! League baseball play Monday even- jing. In the Little League American division at Grain field the Logan Machine Red Sox outraced the Optimist Indians 15-9 as the Tribe was held to two hits, one a grand slam homer by Johnny Pabsl in the third inning. Chadwick got a home run! and double, Hewitt a triple and' Norzinskay two singles and a double /or Ihe lied Sox. At Tower Park the Schiff Store Store Cards blasted the Herman Panthers 17-11 as each side gained and blew leads with reckless abandon in a National division LLB clash. Stepp, the Cards hurler, belted two home runs, a grand slammer in the first and a 3-run Games Tonight At Riverside Park 7:00—Grass Creek vs. Wcgerts. 8:15—Walton Lions game. neth B. Keating (K-N.Y.) said to day he sees "no chance" that Congress will grant professional sports full immunity from antitrust laws. Keating is the senior Republican on a seven-man House subcommittee which began an investigation of pro sports Monday. He favors some, bu'_ noi total exemption of organized sports from anli- Mi'.wuakee trust regulation. . jg t- Loui _ s Keating said the bill advanced I Philadelphia by Rep. Oren Harris <D-Ark.) to Brooklyn free all phases of baseball, foot Major League Standings ball, basketball and hockey operations from the anli - trust goes "too far." He said Congress won't buy proposal like the J-Jsrri.s bill. Cincinnati New York laws j Pittsburgh Chicago National League W. L. Pet. 33 23 .589 31 23 .574 30 24 31 25 32 26 25 32 21 35 .375 12 17 32 .347 12ii GB 1 .556 2 .554 2 .552 2 .439 8V4 would even free business aspects j torc j" (8.]V' V s"niiim'an"(0°-3) of the sports like radio and tele-, Brooklyn at Cincinnati (night)— vision broadcasting arrangementsI N e wcombe (5-B) vs Jt-ffcoat <5-3) from government anti-trust super-j New Yo ,. k at Mi i wauk( , e (nigh i) Vlslon - . i—Miller '0-3> or Antonellt (3-6) vs At the same time, Keating said, gpahn 17-31 a bill offered by subcommittee! i I Tuesday's Probable Pitchers | blow in the fourth. A triple by! the Philadelphia at Chicago — San-'ftunyon of the Panthers was best for his team. chairman Kmanuel C e 1! e r In Pony League play at Fairview park the Grusenmeyer ' Pontiac Indians outlasted the Kain Motor Dodgers 9-7 in a hard fought .battle. Harry Dahl, winning hurl- Piltsburgh at St Louis (night)-j er for the Tri|)c nad three hits Logan Loses Tennis Verdict at Kokomo Logansport dropped a G to 3 verdict to Kokomo in Central Indiana summer tennis league Sunday on the Kokomo courts. Summary: Singles Don Schmidt (L) beat Cossell (K) C-4, 6-2. Abbott (K) beat Fred Wharton (L) 6-4, 6-4. Pierce (K) beat Ray Richardson (L) G-2, 6-3. Cox (K) beat Bob Sum (D.6-1, 6-3. Reed (K) beat Joe Smith (L) 6-2, 6-3. Fewel (K) beat Mike Farrell (L) 6-3, 6-0. Doubles Schmidt-Wharton (L) beat Pierce- Meador (K) fi-3, 6-4. Sum-Richardson (L) beat Nelson- Ackery (K) 6-2, 6-2. Cox-Reed (K) beat Smilh-Farrell (L) 6-0, 6-0. ";Kline (2-91 vs Jackson tll-2). N.Y.) goes "loo far" in the oppo-i Wednesday's Games site direction. Cel er would put 1 .,,., , , . . , „, . baseball in the same boat as thej^'.'^'P 11 ' 3 al Chlca S°. ' 2) other sports and subject, it to anti- L nif> . . , „. . ,. . u , trust regulation Brooklyn at Cincinnati, night The Supreme Court twice has £™ . Vork , a , 1 M'^aukee, n ,^ t held that anti-trust laws don't ap .]P^burgh at SULouis, night ply to organized baseball. But it ruled laot Fob. 25 that they do cover professional football. I Keating sponsors a bill thatl chica "° falls between Harris and Culler's j New York He would give professional sports! Detroit partial exemption but keep their j Cleveland business aspects like broadcasting Boston and concessions under regulation. The subcommittee got off to a Baltimore Kansas City American League W. L. Pet. 36 18 .B07 33 22 .600 32 25 ,5(>1 30 25 27 30 24 32 23 33 twi- GB slow start on its inquiry Monday. | Washington Of the four witnesses called to testify, only Harris got to the stand. Organized baseball will mount its offensive Wednesday, when the hearings will resume after a one- Tuesday's Probable Pitchers Kansas City (nishU —Terry and his catcher, Richie Carr added two more. At Riverside Park the General Tire Jets continued to show power by spilling the Alpha Bears, defending Colt League champs, 2-0 as Billy Cuppy stopped them with two hits. Cuppy fanned 13 batters' and didn't walk anyone. -Mike Jordan led the winners with two hits. In the second Colt match the A and W Pirates trounced the KLK Kolts 15-2 as Jim Cotner stopped the factory lads with two hits. Coiner helped his own cause by smacking three hits, two of them doubles. Only runs for the Kolts came in the first inning when il Wn*nin«lnn' pilcnor A1Icn Tnomas walloped a (1-1) vs Aber- home run with a teammate on .545 20 40 .474 1014' .429 IS .411 14 Km ID day .breather. Base-ball Commissioner Ford C. Frick and Minor League President George M. Trautman will be the star witnesses. The subcommittee had planned to hear Monday from Victor R. Hanson, assistant attorney general in charge of anti-trust cases. But when time ran out it took a written statement from Har.sen instead. Hansen .said the Justice Department feels it's up to Congress toje*' ,, ,, decide whether base-ball should he '„",:".'' ,,„ brought under anti - trust statutes ' vurma ' )OI ' s along with other sports. Hut he cautioned against "lightly" deciding to move in the other nathy (1-8). Chicago at Baltimore (night) — Pierce UO-3) vs Moore (2-5). Detroit at New York (night) — Hoeft U-31 vs Shant/. (7-1). Cleveland at Boston (night) — Lemon 13-4) vs Brewer (7-5). Wednesday's Games Kansas City at Washington, night Chicago at Baltimore, night Detroit at New York Cleveland av Boston teammate base. Summary: LITTLE LEAGUE Indians Wichita .51)7 .571) exemption to cover football, keiball and hockey. taas- AMEKICAN ASSOCIATION W.. L. Pet. . 37 2G . 34 25 . ?,(> 27 I Omaha »4 27 I Denver 2!) 28 I Charleston 31 32 | Indianapolis 27 3:1 : Louisville 17 47 Monday's Ucsiills Indianapolis at Omaha, ppd, rain' : |<f,K Kolts HI. Paul (i Louisville 1 Minneapolis 10 Charleston Denver !) Wichita 4 Today's Games Indianapolis at Denver Hatchets Beat Tigers In County Baseball Washington Tp. staged a last inning rally to defeat the Tipltm Tp. Tigers in a summer baseball league high school game at Fairview park Sunday 5-1. Dave Vance, who drove home four runs for the T u /ir r> • -r Hatchels, doubted with two on and I Oily TO KUnS in I WO e- seventh ^ -- ~- -iT. ,,-!..„ k*: OK) 000— 9 2 Red Sox 391 20x—15 13 Obenchain, Corilhcrs and Nun- j nally, Obenchain; Reed, Chizum, Hewitt and Norzinskay, Chi/.um. Panthers 073 im—11 4 3 Cards 725 30x—17 0 (i McCloskey, Mo'.icjue and Runyon; Stepp and Kloenne. PONY LEAGUE R H F, Indians !) 8 2 Dodgers 7 I! 2 Dahl, Sanders, Dahl and R. Carr; .57l|Gaby, White and Timberman, Sel- .5r>7 ! .vio. .509 j COLT LEAGUE .4!)2|G. T. Jets 100 1110 0—2 5 0 .450 Alpha Bears 000 000 0—0 2 1 .2C(i Cuppy and lies; B. Brown and I Cain. 200 000 0— 2 2 4 A&W Pirates 5lf) 315 x—15 9 0 Thomas and McCiaeb; Cotner and Vance. Wichita at Omaha Ix)uisvillc at Minneapolis Charleston at St. Paul two out in the top of the- seventh to clinch the decision. Until then it had been prelty much of a pitcher's battle between Harold Howell of the Hatchets and Maurice Frantz of the Tigers. Don Hendrixson walloped a triple with two males aboard for the Tigers In the first inning, that ono being the longest blow of (.he game. In the junior high match Tiplrm scampered in a winner 8-2 as Stanley Frantz halted the young Hatchets on two hits. Summary: Wash. Tp. Jrs. 200,00—2 2 5 Tipton Tp. ,lrs. :ill,,1x—II ."> 0 Cahincss and Bowyer; S. Franly, and llinklc. 2111,000,2—5 n 2 211,000,0—4 4 S Vance; M. Frailly. Games at Twelve Mile TWKLVE MILE— The Yankees and Dodgers had too much power for their foes in the Twelve Mile Little League baseball games here Monday night, the Yanks a "' J beatin Wash. Tp. Tipton Tp. llowcll and lind P. Carey. el's trimming the Flying Aces 1210. Walks, errors and timely hits accounted for'most of the runs in each game. Summary: Blue Cups 131,10—10 Yankees 330,7x—l3 Muss, Kunklc and Abboll Slrong am! Sullivan. Flying Acts (M0.42—If) A 0 Deciders 3ri:i,lx—12 4 2 Anderson, Wright and Grim, Anderson; Russell, Richardson and Jones. 7 7 II 0 G. STATK HOSPITAL WINS The State Hospital wiflball team (cored 10 runs in the first inning and trounced the UAW team, 25 to 3, Sunday afternoon at the Hospital diamond, Frank Thomas and Guy Mills each collected four hits with Mills contributing a homo run. Summary: HAW ...... o oo 010 2— 3 3 Il<M|>ilal .. n»>26 OM x—25 2« 2 J. Smith, Titus and II. Smith; Thomas, Fingers and Hicks. CARDS SIGN KONOVSKY CHICAGO (L'P) — Boh Konov- »ky, a 245-pound former Wisconsin tackle now in military service, ha.s signed with the Chicago Cardinals for the 11)57 season, managing director Walter Wolfner announced today. Konovsky, the Cards' seventh draft choice last year, played de- fcasive tackle and offensive guard with the Cards iast season before '' | going into service., He was schod-j ulod to be discharged in August.' White Sox, Yankees Win Opening Games In Recreation Loop First, round games in the summer recreation Minor league base- hall program showed the Yanks team .\o. 2 defeating the Dodgers team No. 1 by a 10 lo !) tally and the White Sox learn No. 4 taking the Cubs learn No. 3 by a 21 to 1 tally. Bill Franklin and Murk Edwards combined !o toss a one- hiltor for the White Sox, while they collected eight. JiiYi Wright's first inning single was the only safety. The summary: H II 1! Yanks ]0 4 4 Dodgers I) Z 4 FrcUinger, D. Tribhctt, Hughes and Pasquale; R. TribbcLt; J. Myers, J. Lowes, Porter and K. Miller. 11 II E White Sox: 21 8 I Cuhs 1 1 6 B. Frankiin, Edwards and-Morton, Combs; Arvin, Ycrkes and J. Wright, Bultice. SENATORS nitrrj. Members of the National Bank Senators baseball club will hold a practice drill at LHS Sladium this evening at 0:15 o'clock, manager Dick Chapman announces. All players aro rec|ucslcd lo al- tencl the practice. For the man CARStAIRS who cares 4/5 or. i,75 • PINT CARSTAIRS DISTU.UNG CO., BALTIMORE. MD., LOUISVlllE. KY. 8LENDED WHISKEY. 86 PROOF, 72* CHAIN'NEUTRAL SPIRITS. Home Is Not Sweet For Yankee Club NEW YORK (UP) — The New York Yankees aren't buying that business about home sweet home. In 20 games at home so far this season, they've won 10 and lost 10. On the road, they've won 23 out of .75. They open another home stand tonight against the Detroit Tigers. Area Golfers Qualify for State Junior Entries from Logansport, Royal . Center, Rochester and Monticcllo were among the qualifiers for the Indiana Junior Golf association tournament on Purdue's tough South Course, beginning today. Bob Wolfe, No. 1 of the Loganberry golf team the past season, led tile area swingers with a 77 on rounds of 4(1 and 37. Royal Center's Bill Newcomhc checked in witH a 40-39 for 79 and Jack Sawyer of Rochester registered an 80. The two Monticello golfers making flic field were Dave Dellinger with -an 44-37—81 and Dave Amberg with a 41-12—83. LAFAYETTE (UP) — Har-ley Drake of Plymouth and Don Essig oC Indianapolis headed a field of 64 into first-round match play today in the Indiana Junior Golf championship at Purdue's South Course. Drake, a sophomore at Purdue, and Essig, a freshman at Louisiana, shot identical one-under-par 70s to share medalist honors in Monday's qualifying round. Both had 18-hole rounds oE 36-34. A total of 164 golfers competed for the 04 • championship flight spots. A one-h^le playoff was necessary to pare down the field wJion 13 tied at 113—the cutoff point—with only 10 berths to be filled. The tourney was assured of a new champion. Joe Campbell of Anderson, winner the last two 1 years, "outgrew" out of the "Junior" stage after turning 21. Two rounds of match play were scheduled today. The co-medalists 1 tee off at 7:30 a.m. Essig will play William comb of Royal Center who fired a 79 Monday and Drake will try his luck against Jack" Sawyer of Rochester who came in with '80. Then a foursome is scheduled to tee off every eight minutes. Fans Hope to Help Stobbs End Streak WASHINGTON (UP) — Something's got to be done about losing streak dating back to last year, so the Washington Senators have decided to give him a hand. The Senators are asking Washington fans to bring good luck charms along Friday night wihen Alston Under Suspension CINCINNATI (UP) — Manager Walt Alston -of Brooklyn was serving the second day of a three- day suspension (oday but the Dodgers were far more concerned with the sidelining of their ace southpaw, Johnny Podres, who may be lost for .several weeks. Alston WES notified of his suspension and a $75 fine arising from remarks he made to umpires Frank Secory and Bill Baker during the first game of a Yesterday's Results National League i Pittsburgh 000 001 204— 7 10 2 Milwaukee 020 100 101— 5 1.7 l Friend, Face -16), Arroyo v7), jPurkey (7), Law (9) and Rand, jFoiles (9). Trowbridge, Jolly (7), Phillips (9) and Crandall Winner —Purkey (G-4). Loser—Jolly (0-1). HR—Bak<ir (3rd). Brooklyn 030 100 003— 791 double-header against S'.. Louis | Cincinnati 010001000—2 71 southpaw°"chuck Stobbs'""lG-game'Sunday. PeeWee Reese also was! McDevitt (1-0) and Campanella. -' ' - ' fined S50 for a run-in, with Secory JKlippstein, Fret-man (4), Sanchez (G>, Lawrence 16) and Bailey. Loser—Kiippslein (2-C). HR — Cimoli C9lh>. American League (N'o games scheduled.) Stobbs pitches against Cleveland. Each of the first 1,000 fans en- but he was not suspended. Overshadowing the fines, ever, was the news that how- both Podres and Sandy Koufax might be lost lo the Dodgers for an in- tering Griffith Stadium given a rabbit's foot. will definite period, Both pilcliers underwent arm X-rays at Christ HEAT CAUSES BAIL WRECK LONDON (UP) — A week-old heat wave with temperatures in the 90s was blamed today for the wreck of a speeding London- Glasgow express train in which one person was IdHsd and 80 persons injured, five seriously. Railway authorities said they believed the heat buckled the tracks, Monday causing the train, the Mid- Day Scot, to break in two at Uddingston, seven miles south of Glasgow. be,Hospital here Monday and the report on Podres was particularly discouraging. . Dr. George Ballou diagnosed Podres' ailment as an ir.flamma. lion of the left elbow. The Dodger left bander flew back to New York immediately to undergo further examination. X-rays taken of Koufax' left arm proved negative but rest and whirlpool treatments were prescribed. Until Alston's suspension expires, coach Billy Herman will run the club. Brown and Zulueta Clash in Title Fight DENVER (UP) — Lightweight champion Joe Brown and clinl- j longer Orlando Zuluota ended three weeks of I reining .Monday for Wednesday night's 15 - round title bout at the Denver Coliseum. Botii fight camps claim their fighters aro in ' peak mental and physical condition. Zuluela weighed ]34'4 pounds and Brown hit the lightweight jimit of 135. as the two weighed in Monday for the press. The official weigh-in comes Wednesday. Here's the man-size pleasure you're looking for. Takes that Wiedemann's registered flavor to do it! Give the Hi-Sign 1P1 for a live, hearty... WlEDEMANNS C Tk. OK. WMonnwn Dcmrfec <*-. Newport.

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