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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuns Thursday Evening, June 20, 1957. Redlegs Using Hook To Haunt Ex-Dodger Mates Game of Leading Braves. The Brooklyn Dodgers can't "figure Don Hoak. They gave him his first chance in the big leagues, cut him in for a full World Series share in 1956 when he was with them and did everything they could to make him happy. And now, look at the thanks they're getting. He blasted a two - run. homer Wednesday night that beat the Dodgers 4-3, and snapped a four- game Cincinnati losing streak. Only 11 days ago, Hoak belted a two-run homer off Don Drysdale to defeat the Dodgers, 3-1, in the opener of a double-header and then he clouted another home run off Ed Roebuck to help the Red- legs take the nightcap, 3-0. On May 8 he came up with a three-run circuit blow off Don! Newcombe to give Cincinnati a 7-6 triumph. I The Dodgers are hoping he gets .lost somewhere. ! u Hoaks homer Wednesday night i Baiti'more came in the seventh inning on the heels of a pinch two-run homer by Bob Thurman. That four - run rally spelled the seventh victory of the season for Tom Acker. Clem Labine was the loser. The St. Louis Cardinals climbed to within a half-game of the pacesetting Braves by sweeping a twi • night" double - header from Pittsburgh, 5-2 and 5-1, while Milwaukee blanked the Giants. 6-0, and the Cubs beat the Phillies twice, 9-0 and 4-3. In the American League the White Sox stayed 2% games in front with a 3-1 decision over the Orioles; the Yankees crushed the Tigers, 10-2; Kansas City clipped Washington, 6-3, and Boston beat Cleveland, 6-0. Sam Jones and Lindy McDaniel registered thn Cardinals' pair of victories over the Pirates. Jone.s struck out 10 and pitched a seven- hitter in the opener which was decided in the seventh inning when Joe Cunningham's pinch two-run homer highlighted a three- run rally thai snapped a 2-2 tie. The Cards got to Bob Purkey for three runs in the first inning of the nightcap and Stan Musial con-" 3 ' 41 - »R—Moryn, 2 (5th & 6th), tributcd his 15th homer. ,Ropulski (8th), Banks (12th). Wcs Covington, recently recalled from Wichita, slammed a three-run homer and Hank Aaron hit his 19th with the bases empty as Bob Buhl of the Braves handcuffed the Giants on four hits. Kuben Gomez was the loser. Rookie Dick Drott of the Cubs he'.d the Phils to three hits in'thc lyn Fourth Home Run Cubs to Double Victory nals Move Within Half- raves. Yesterday's Results American League Cleveland 000 000 000— 050 Boston 000 410 lOx— 6 10 1 Garcia, Pitula (7), Aguirre (8) and Nixon. Sullivan (4-5) and White. Losor— Garcia (2-4). HE— Piersall (Tth). Detroit 000 010 001— 282 New York 002 020 42x— 10 16 0 Maas, Sieater (6), Tsitouris (7) and House. Sturdivant (6-3) and Berra. Loser— Maas (6-4). HR — McDougald (4th), Berra (8th), House (5th). Chicago 020 100 000— 360 Baltimore 010 000 000— 190 Keegan, Harshman (7) and Lollar. Ceccarelli, Lehman (2), Wight (6), O'Dell (8) and Triandos. Winner— Keegari (2-3). Loser — Ceccarelli (0-3). Kansas City 020 100 003— 6 13 0 Washington 101 010 000— 370 Carver, Gorman (5), -Trucks (7), Morgan (9) and Smith. Kem- Tiercr (2-4) and Berberet. Winner —Trucks (6-1). HR— Lemon (9th), 5mith (Mlh), Martin (3rd). National League (1st Game) 3 hiladlphia 000 000 000— 033 Chicago 013 003 02x— 9 10 0 Cardwell, Rogovin (G), More- iead (8) and Lopata. Drott (fi-fl> and Nceman. looser — Cardwell 3-4). HR — Banks (Mth), Tanner 3rd). (2nd Game) Schoendienst To Put Braves Over: Stanky BOSTON (UP) — The Milwaukee Braves "clinched" the 1957 National League pennant when they acquired veteran second baseman Red Schoendienst, an interested observer guessed today. "It's all over now," predicted former NL "bad boy" Eddie Stanky, "The Braves clinched the pennant when they picked up Red" in a tour-player trade with the New York Giants last Saturday. The 39-year-old Stanky, tamer now in the flannel cloak of Cleveland Indians' third base coach, figured the Braves got "just what they needed" to win their long- awaited flag. "You can't win a pennant without a good infield," Kddie said, "and that Milwaukee cliib took care of that by grabbing Schoendienst. "I know Red,., he can help the Braves a lot. He's got a lifetime average of about .285 or ,290, hasn't he?" The latter figure is the correct mark for the 12-year major league career of the 34-year- old Schoendienst, who went to New York from .St. Louis slightly more than a year ago. Just to show that advancing years and the respectability of major league management experience •had not drowned out the fierce competitive spirit that earned him the nickname of "brat," Stanky indicated he might be willing to wager a steak dinner or two on his prediction. Stanky, who worked for both rirms, further stated that the Braves not only wrapped up the league title with Schoendienst insurance but also short-changed the Gian's in the final-hour trade, "The Giants didn't get enough in the deal" when they received outfielder Bobby Thomson,- second baseman Danny 0'Con.nell and pitcher Ray Crone from the Braves, Stanky said. While making the premature pen- Major League Standings American League W. L. Pet. GB Chicago 37 19 .661 ... "*Tew York 35. 22 .614 2% Cleveland 31 26 -.544 6% Detroit 32 27 .542 6% Bos:on 28 31 .475 10% Baltimore 25 33 .431 13 Kansas City 25 33 .431 13 Washington 20 42 .323 20 Friday's Games Cleveland at Washington (night) Detroit at Baltimore (night) Chicago at New York (night) Kansas City at Boston (night) National League W. L. Pet. GB Milwaukee 34 24 .586 ...St. Louis 33 24 .579 % Brooklyn. 32 26 .552 2 Cincinnati 33 27 .550 2 Philadelphia . 31 26 .544' Z'h New York 26 33 .441 8!£ Pittsburgh 22 37 .373 12'A Chicago 19 33 .365 12 Friday's Games New York at Chicago Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (night) Philadelphia at Milwaukee (night) Brooklyn at St. Louis (night) American Association W. L. .Pel. Wichiia 3827 ,5B5 St. Paul 3526 .574 Minneapolis 3728 .569 Omaha 3528 .556 Denver 3029 .500 Ch arleslon 32 33 .492 Louisville IB 48 .273 Wednesday's Results Omaha 4 .Wichita 0 Louisville 5 Minneapolis 4 Charleston 4 St. Paul B Indianapolis 16 Denver 6 Today's Games Wichita at Omaha Louisville at Minneapolis Charleston at St. Paul Indianapolis at Denver r • i c i Junior Golfers Reach Semis LAFAYETTE (UP)—Co-medal- ist Don E.ssig, the top contender •for the crown relinquished by little Joe Campbell, former Purdue University star, defeated Sam Carmichael of Martinsville, 3 and 2, Wednesday to lead three other young Hoosier golfers into today's semi-final .round of the Indiana Junior Golf championship. Joining Essig at the start of today's 36-hole match play were Sherrell Johnson oE Linton, Ron Hoyer of Crawfordsville and Ronnie Atwell of Indianapolis. Essig, of Indianapolis, had a match on his hands until Carmichael fell to pieces by three- putting a trio of holes on the bade nine. . Johnson turned in what was perhaps the biggest upset of the tourney when he sidelined co-medalist Hariey Drake of Plymouth, 2-up. Neither golfer played' par, but Drake stumbled on the par-five hole and came up with a double- bogey seven. He never recovered. Royer, runnerup last year to Campbell, had an easy time of.it as he eliminated Joe Cork of Indianapolis, '4 and 3. Atwell, ^n 18-year-old former Ben Davis High Sciiool star, dropped Jim Dras-kovits of'South Be,nd from the running with a 3 and'l decision. Essig was slated to tee off against Royer in the opening match at 8 a.m. today. Johnson ! was to take on Atwell ten minutes later. 'The winners will meet for the title Friday. At a business session alter play, Royer was elected president o[ the Indiana Junior, Golf Association for Ihe coming year. Wayne Timberman of Indianapolis was named vice-president, Jerry Weis- enauer of Marion, treasurer, and Gene Axeirod of Lafayette, secretary. 000010020—3 SOjnnnt presentation to the Braves, 000 002 02x— 4 9 2 | Stanky made it, clear that he was Miller (8), Cardwell < not forecasting a Milwaukee runaway. "I think the St. Louis Cardinals will give them the best battle for the pennant, even wkhout considering this new kid pitcher (Von Me- Daniel) they just signed," Slanky added in boosting the club he managed a few years ba-ck. Chicago Roberts, (8) and L o n n c-11. Drabowsky, Lown (9) and Fanning. Winner— Drabowsky (4-5). Lo.scr — Miller (1st Game) Pittsburgh 200 000 000— 271 St. Louis 200 000 30x— 5 9 0 Klinu (2-10) and Rand. Jones (4-2) and Landrilh. KR — Ennis (9th), Cunningham (3rd). (2nd Game) Pittsburgh 000 000 109— 162 Yonks, Senators Win Little League Games; _ Braves Tip Dodgers ope"ncr'"to 'notch his "sixth victory|St. Louis 300001 lOx—5 90, The National Bank Senators went with the aid of homers by Ernie Purkey. Face (6). K. G. Smith "" K ' """ "" Banks and Chuck Tanner. Walt '7), O'Brien (8) and Foiles. L. Moryn smashed two homers in'McDaniel, Wilhclm (7) and H, the nightcap, driving in Ihrcc otjSmi'.h. Winner—L. McDaniel (7-3) the Cubs' four runs. Moe Dra- Loser—Purkey «i-5>. Hit—Musial bcwsky was the winner with help from Turk Lown. The White Sox look advantage of Art Ceccarelli's wildness to score two runs in the second inning, all they needed, on a pair of walks and run - producing singles by Jim Rivera and Bubba Phillips. Bob Keegan making his firsl start since May 31, was the winner although Jack Harshman mopped up. (15th). Brooklyn Cincinnati 000 003 000— 350 000 000 40x— 4 10 0 Drysdalo, Labine (7) and Campanella. Acker, Freeman (8) and Bailey. Winner—Acker (7-!j). Loser—Labine (3-3). FIR—V-alo (1st), Thurman (8th), Hoak (9th). New York Milwaukee on a scoring bingo to wallop the Draft Change WASHINGTON (UP)—Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick, urging the governmenl to keep its hands off baseball, disclosed Wednesday he has recommended a drastic change in the rules for drafting minor league players. Under his plan any playor.kept in the minors for four years would become subject to "unrestricted draft" by any of the 16 major league teams. To protect minor league clubs, (here would be some adjustment of drafl prices. Optimist Club Indians in an Amer-. F , rl * revealed his proposal in :can division LLB match at Grain a statement prepared for a House Field last night 21-0 while the UCT Yanks continued to show, power in the National division of Little League by Irimming the Berrrjan Supply Panthers 12-6 at Tower ParH. 000 OW 000- 0 4 Oil 040 OOx- « 11. In the Pony League the defending champion Eagles Braves finally got into full swing by halting the lough Kain Motor Dodgers 3-0 at Fairvicw park. Jim Bender swatted a Homer for the Braves and also '" hit homers in Yankees Gil McDougald and Yogi Berra, Gomez, Davis (5) Worlhinglon - u u " v " '" "•" •"--'"--••(5), McConr.ick (7) and Weslriim, Thomas (7). Buhl (7-2) and .Rice. Loser—Gomez (9-4). HR — Asro;i 15-hit attack against the Tigers. The Yanks clicked off Iheir slxlh straight victory behind Tom Stur- •iivont's cighl-hil pitching and at the expense of Duke Maas. Frank Ilc-.ise also homered. The Athletics came up with three runs in the ninth off Russ Kcmmercr for their victory over Washington. Reliever Virgil Trucks drove in the tie-breaking run with & single and Billy Martin then followed wifh his second homer for the A's since coming frcm the Yankees last Saturday. ,1im Lemon and Hal Smith also homered. 09th), Covington (1st). Ford Sets Sights on Flint Open Monday FLI'.NT, Mich. (UP)—A field of more than 150, including all bill a handful of tin: top money winners, toed off today in Ihe opening round of the $:!-7,000 Klint Open. Doug Ford, tlm Maslers champion and leading money winner with earnings of nearly $30,000 Home runs by Jim Piersall and ^ yeai '' w f s fav ", ro<1 to ™cll r-nmv W.Vite. coupled with a l> ca ™"p by another SI0.700 in coupled with a'.. ., f'vo-hit pitching performance byt ' Frank Sullivan, enabled the Red | Sox to .snap a four - game losing siroalc nt the expense of the Indians. Mike Garcia gave up Bos- 72 -''. olli CVL ' nL <"< ™'' **«* ton's first loser. five runs and was the Minor Loop Teams Register 34 Runs The Phillies, (earn No. 9, downed the Rod Sox, loam No. 10, by a 12-9 score and the Dodgers, team No. 1 nosed out the While Sox, team No. 4, by 7-6 in a pair of Minor League .summer recreation baseball games at Tower Park Wednesday. Hits were few but runs came in the $37,000 pot is only $5,700 but the sponsor has promised an additional $5,000 if any of Ihe three former winners of the tournament claims the title a second time. Ford is a former winner along with Dow Finsterwald and Julius Boros. Top "name" golfers missing from the field Include U.S. Open champion Dick Mayer, Gary Middlecoff, Ben tlogan, Sam Snoad and British Open king Peter Thomson, Bulldogs Score 5-4 Win OverTipton Twp. bunches in bolh games ns walks j ROYAL CENTER — The Royal nnd errors settled the issue. Bob ; Center Bulldogs nipped Ihe Tipton Justice gol two hits to lead the Phillies to victory while Ron Erat- ti and Larry licnner each got a hit f»r all of the Red Sox safeties. 3u the second game John. Myers outpointed Bill Franklin in a pitch- ii'.|: duel BS the Dodjjers rallied to trip J.'ie White Sox. Jim Lowes belted « triple in the fifth inning that tuvi- thy Dodgers the decision. Kimimnry: - ' n H E Team 9, Phillies 12 4 2 T«ai» 10, Red Sox 924 Johnson, Justice and Rcutebuch, Ayr ;•.•;; E. Burkhart, J'-u-kiiart and Gerlacb. Team t, Dodgers i. White Sox Miller, J. R H E 641 »ixl Morton. and E. Miller; B. Frank- Tp.. Tigers in a summer baseball league game at the local field Wednesday evening 5-4. The Royals took a 2-0 lead in the first inning but Tipton rushed across three runs to load 3-2 in the third. The liulldogs tied it up wilh a single tally in the fourth and clinched the decision with two nms in the- fifth.. Tipton got its last tally in the seventh but couldn't bring home the tying run. Each team got only four hits, all being singles, but errors played an important part in the game. The Royals had seven bobbles and Tipton had six. Tipton Tp. Ro. Center Frantz, Hcndrixson (6) and Hammond; Barr, Berkshire (ti), Barr (V and Holcomb. 003,000,1—4 4 8 200.120.x—5 4 7 scored in all but the third inning, winding up with a 12-run explosion in the sixth and last inning over the Indians. The winners crashed out 37 hits among which were home runs by Mike Parrctl and Larry Parmetcr, two doulMcs by Tom Sharp and three singles each by Morton and Hughes. The Yanks walloped the ball hard for 15 hits with Doug Schubach. gelling four doubles and Doug Poor a triple to outdistance Hie Panthers, who were held lo Iwo hits, one a double by Bud Beckman. Summary; LITTLE LEAGUE Senators 320,31(12)—21 17 1 Indians 000,000— 025 White, Sharp and Parmetcr; I'absl, Weimer and Nunnally. Yanks IM.020—12 15 X Panthers 021,102—6 2 1 Paul, Wood and Poor; Gundrum, McCloskoy and Rimyon. PONY LEAGUK R H E Eagles Braves .381 Knin's Dodgers 041 Bender and Elliott; Newton and Timberman. Indians Shake Slump To Rout Denver, 16-6 DENVER, Colo. (UP)—The Indianapolis Indians got away to a slow start against Denver Wednesday night but when the dust clc-ared the Hoosiers had 21 hits and a 16-6 win. , The Tribe trailed 6-1 going into the last half of the fifth. But then the Indians attacked the Bear pitching and took Ihe lead in Ihe sixth. Sam Melo and Ron Jackson got four hits apiece to pacu Iho Tribe. Jackson hit his lOtli homo run of the season in. the ninth, Roy Tlnney picked, for the Indians. He ' pitcher used by Cohen, ' W Barry LatmmfJ Tribe,but h« Boars. •'•Tbi P« Llttl* a.m. 6a diamond. Sport Parade By OSCAR FEALEY United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (UP) — The great ^American pastime passed into limbo today, crushed by a cummerbund' and annihilated by an ascot. From now on, gentlemen, Emily Post is destined to become more important in 'the hits-runs- and-errors industry than the immortal ghost of General Abner Doubleday. Because the days when you went to the ball game hi your shirt sleeves are deader than the Washington Senators. They are, at least, if you plan to go to Yankee Stadium. Daniel Reed Topping, social and scientific leader of the Bronx 400, made this clear with an edict aimed at the carriage trade which frequenls his plush, air - condi- Uoned saloon known as the Stadium Club. Henceforth, jackets will be de rigeur and those without them, fittingly, will be given the bum's rush. No Hardship Cases D.T., the tin late heir with the silver spoon, even refused to consider sportswriters as a hardship case. So they only have one summer sports jacket. On days when it's in .the cleaners they must not even use the corridors in the vicinity of the club. There is a suspicion here that Topping, who hereafter must rank as the Sherman Billingsley of the Bronx, has hidden reasons in addition to making a salon out of a saloon. For years, the rest of '.he American League, has been screaming Brown KOs Zulueta to Retain Title DENVER, Colo, (UP) — Light-' Major League Leaders N'aUona! League Fathers Honored at June Grange Meeting At the June meeting of the Pomona Grange, No. 50, of Carroll and Cass counties, held at the Star of the West Grange hall, each father preseiil. was the recipient of Ihe gift of a handkerchief. Worthy Master Dwight Plank presided and reports were given on agriculture by Roscoe Quick and Lloyd Zook, and on legislation by Calvin Alber. Quick also read a communication concerning the float to be entered In the parade at the stale,fair. A donation of $3 was voted to the Jessie Newsom Memorial fund. Harry Wilson was reported ill. .Strawberry shortcake was served to the 41 persons attending, and Judiciary suUmmillce which ls ,surprise packages were •prosentod considering a series of bills deal- ^M. so " V* E sUicr_?.Umun ing with the antitrust status of professional sports. Name 2 Assistanfs For Grid All-Stars CHICAGO (UP) — Two former Californians have been named as- sislanl coaches for Ihe 1957 College All Star team, it was announced Wednesday - night. They are Don Paul, a linebacker with the Los Angeles Rams for eight years and former UCLA star, and Don Doll, a Southern Cali- The July meeting was scheduled to be held at Onward, with Mrs. Ha/el Maugans as chairman of the entertainment committee, The program in charge of Opal Wise, included group singing of "Home Sweet Home", u vocal solo by Judy Rush, and contests for the men. The prb.e for the lather wilh the most children and grandchildren went to Raymond JDillman and Lloyd Zook received the prize for having Ihe oldest grandchild. 'Eunice Zook gave a-.rending, "What Is A Boy?" Reports of subordinate Granges ,. . . . , IMIII! Jv-iJiJi \.a ui nuijui UJMULU ui uiij. forma product who played with the werc givcn as fnllows . 0 t wi ; Delroil Lions. The All Stars will meet the National Football League champion New York Giants in their annual bailie at Soldiers Field Aug. 9. Former Green Bay Packer and Chicago Cardinal Coach Curly Lambcau will pilot the All Slurs for the second straight season. Club Musial, St.L. Hodges, Bkn. Fondy, Pgh. Cimoli, Bkn. Aaron, Mil. G. AB R. H. 57 232 37 85 54 205 31 73 52 207 25 73 49 202 38 68 59 251 48 84 American League Mantle, N.Y. 57 192 57 72 Pet. .366 .356 .353 .337 .335 .377 Fox, ,Chi. 57 221 37 75 .339 Boyd, Bal. 56 180 34 60 .333 Home Ru»s Natiomtl League—Aaron, Braves 19; Musial, Cards 15; Moon^ Cards 13; Mays, Giants 12; Banks, Cubs 12. American League — Mantle, Yanks 19; Williams, Red Sox 17; Sievers, Senators 15; Zerm'al, Athletics 13'; Maxwell, Tigers 12; H. Smith, Athletics 12. Runs Balled! In National League—Aaron, Braves 52; Musial, Cards 52; Hoak, Red- .legs 44; Ennis, Cards 39; Mays, I Giants 37; Bell, Redlegs 37. American League—Sievers, Sen- ,alors 49; Skowron, Yanks 45; ; Mantle, Yanks 44; Werlz. Indians 42; Minoso, While Sox 41. Pltcliinjf Shant-/., Yanks 8-1; Sanford, Phils 8-1; Bunning, Tigcr.s 7-1; Schmidt, Cards G-l; Trucks, A<h- letics 6-1. possibly has decided to take mailers into his own hands on Ihe social level. This, of course, jeopardizes most of the members of the ball club and they immediately become trade bait. Zinc Miner's Son Mickey Mantle, now, is the son of a zinc miner. Heavens lo Betsy, Bollingsworlh, we just can't keep him! -Yogi Berra's pater worked in a St. Louis brickyard. What will- Elsa think of that? Bob Grim's most immediate ancestor is, horrors, the owner of a not very chi-chi bistro in, of all places, Brooklyn. Hank Bauer has got lo go. The man is a sleam - filter, whatever thai is, in the off-season. Meanwhile, D. T. and his brain trust have a more pressing problem. The question, Murgalroyd is whether it should be obligatory to wear white tie and tails to night go-mes. _ '>o dusl off my luxedo, Teresa, I've gol lo cover the Yankees. Bui, actually, I'm nol really upset about the situation. After all, yim have lo wear' jackets in the Copa. dialing confidence after Wednesday night's marathon technical knockout of Cuban challenger Orlando Zulueta, said today he would fight highly-regarded Kenny Lane within 90 days if the National Boxing Association wanted him to. Brown, starling slowly, rallied powerfully in Uic final three rounds al Denver Coliseum lo smash Zulueta helpless with 21 seconds remaining in Ihe 15th round. Lou Viscusi, Brown's manager, said Ihe champ would take about a month's rest ai;d then figM some overweight m a I c h e s. He said he had offers to take Brown to Milwaukee and Houston. Viscusi said Brown would meet Lane within 90 days and abide by any other requests from the National Boxing Association. Crowd Looked For Upset The, 28-year-old Zulueta made a good, smart fight of it until the llth and was ahead on judge Joe Ullmer's card, to the delight of the small crowd of 5,000 who sensed an upset. But in the 13th round the champion's punches picked up power. He floored Zulueta for a nine coun-l with a left he brought up from below his knees. B.-own knocked Zulueta to the floor again with a right for a count of eight in the 15th. Referee Ray Keech called the bout! I i • " « i *• Jr. Legion Win Brown All end On Points Larry Jones was nearly (hi 1 But the scorecards of Uic two * hol(i show Wednesday niRht r judges and the referee showed the «ie LofMnsporl Junior Legion base- 2-1 favored champion ahead on bal1 nino rallied to edge tho W;>points after 14 rounds, and Zulu- bash club - 4 '» 3 »l Riverside eta was plainly in no condition to pa ™throw a knockout .punch—his only . Jonc - s flubbed a Ihreo-iim homer chance to win—in tho final scc-|' ;I "'<•' *' ix11 ' all(i registered a five- onds. hiltcr while pitching (he locals' Ziiluela's manager, Ilymie Wall- v llli :' d vi , c , lor - v ! n four Kames. man, claimed the referee was, , w:llk aml :ln clTor so1 ™" "biased." Wallman said his rug- sl: ' RO fnr <Io " es ' wa "°P' brcakiir- ged Cuban fighter was "pushed 11 ;1 s ™' rie -« I"-'- Hil.s by Coiner and bowed," C:l! ' 1 l'' lls 1wo wild-pilches ac- against Uic ropes and elbow and that the referee did nol call any fouls againsl Brown. "I will nol brin-g any more fiRhl- ers to Denver because of (he judg- I ing and referecin-g," Wall m a n said. Promoter Joe Dupicr di.scour- j aged over the gate of $20,000, said ,'Jic would not nro;n.oli; any more : fighls in Denver on a guarantee j-basis. He guaranteed Brown S25,- 000. Zulueta got 20 per cent of the igale anil the $30,000 television fee —or about $10,000. N. C. PICKLES RAl/EK,'ir. K. C.—North Carolina farmers raised more than a million bushels of cumcumbcrs in 1956 for the stale's 'pickle industry. The crop was grown on about 11,BOO acres. counted for the fourth run of the inning. Wabash counter-rallied to tally, throe limo.s in the iop of tl)» si'venlh on Iwo singles, two bnsos on balk and a hit-bal.sman. Logan-sport will play at West li.ifayotlc a! :i:M p.m. Saturday and cnlerlaiji Valparaiso at- •) p.m. Sunday at Riverside park. The 1 summary: Wahasli 000 000 3—3 5 3 !><> transport OflO 00-1 x—4 5 : Bland, Niccum 16) and Drook; Jones and Nichols. OLD HOT-KOUUKR. PORTLAND, Me. - Hot rod racing is nothing r.uw, say 611- year-old Emil Nelson. Now proud; .owner of a soupcd-un lU34-modcl Ford, he said lie's been enjoying the spoil since 1017. Steal School Bell COWAN, [ml. (DP) — F//.ra! I-Ientb, custodian of Cowan- School, reported lo mithorilie.s Tuesday Hint somebody «U)le a 250-pouml bell from the bulfry of the school. No Surgery Necessary On John Podres' Arm BROOKLYN (DP)—Johnny Podres' arm (rouble was diagnosed tod.'iy as a tendon pull near his elbow, but Ihe Brooklyn Dodgers' southpaw was I old Dial no surgery will be necessary. Podres, who flow here from Cincinnati livo days ago when X- rays .showed an inflammation in his loft arm, will remain in Brooklyn fo:- boat Ircalinonls. COW'S HECORD KEOFII2IJJ, S. p.—Updriold Re- ifcnl Bessie, a four-year-old registered Ilolstcin cow, gave 17,425 pounds of milk and 739 pounds of for Tipwa; Margaret .loncs, Deu- con; Calvin Alber, Onward; Raymond Dlllman, Star of the West; Lloyd Zook, Welcome Inn; llax.el Plunk, matron of Ihe juvenile Grange. Mrs. Plank reported that degree work had been given lust Salurclny for eiglil new members and the tolnl now is 2-t. butlerfat la.sL year, a record in the slnlc. The cow, owned by Ihe State Hospital and School here, milked three limes daily. COAT COMES HACK GEN-EVA, ..M. Y. —. Dr. John Sle-itur, a frequent visitor to fire department headquarters, sweated oul the return of one truck Hint dashed off tn a blaze. The engine finally returned with Ihe doctor's con-l, still hanging on Ihu rear where he absently-mindecJly hud put it. EASY .CATCH SYRACUSE, N. Y. — Deputy Sheriffs just waited afler Johnny Johnson, 39, du.shed Mo the jail yelling thai the atlat'lcor was "coming right behind inc." One minulc later the assailant ran in. was arrested and jailed. The handle is a rotating antenna! at Hi* New '57 MOTOROLA Portables LOW AS SCOTTIESTV ^WMMflflt l i,mit. to W.f. .W 47M When you're sure of the whiskey, you're sure of the drink. When you're sure of the drink, you're sure of the pleasure. When you're sure of the pleasure, you're sure it's Seagram's 7 Crown. Seagmrrfs &^a. i>e Sate OF .AMEFUOAlSr WWISKEV ^r ITS FTNISSX . IUMDM-DIITILLUI MMFMV, NtW VODK OI1Y, IUHDIO WHISKEY, 81 PIDOr, »&% OMIK WUl Intnl.

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