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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuna Duren Hurls No-Hitter By UNITED PKESS •Denver's Ryne Duren rared back and Dred a seven-inning no-hatter Sunday to blank Louisville, 3-0, and record the first no-hitter ever pitched in the Bears' stadium. Denver went on to maul the Colonels, 13-2, in the second game to sweep the double-header in American Association play Sunday. In other games, Wichita trounced St. Paul, 9-3, to edge back into second place as Minneapolis dropped a twin bill to Indianapolis, 8-4 in the opener, and 6-0 in the nightcap; Omaha scrambled to- t> 8 serious. Sport Parade By OSCAK FKALEY United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (UP) - The announcement .that Olympic champion Pete Rademacher would be Floyd Patterson's next heavyweight title opponent, after he disposes of Hurricane Jackson, shapes up today as boxing's big- get hoax or its .most dismal disgrace. The feeling here i that it must be a publicity gag to gather a bit of free print for the impending "fight of the century" • between Patterson and the zephyr from Far Rockaway. They just couldn't ward the top of the heap by taking Charleston, 4-3. Only one game now separates Hie four first division clubs. The bespectacled Duren struck out six as he fast-balled the Colonels in his stellar performance. Only one Louisville batter reached second as Duren, involved in the swap which sent Billy Martin from the Yankees to Kansas City, hurled his first game for the Bears. Marv Throneberry's home run shot in the fifth and a three-hit assault in the sixth produced Denver's runs. Ron Jackson hit two two-run homers for Indianapolis in the opener to help right-hander Billy Dufour get the win. Dufour scattered seven hits as he went the distance against the Millers. Minneapolis got two in the fifth on Bob Hofman's homer and another in the sixth when Carlos Paula Jiomered. In the nightcap Barry Latman burled a two-hitter to blank the Millers. Sam Mete drove in three runs and Jim Delsing's homer in the fourth accounted for another. In action Saturday, Minneapoll beat Indianapolis twice, 6-3, and 6-0; St. Paul halved a twin bill with Wichita, dropping the opener, S-2, but taking the second game. 2-1; Omaha beat Charleston, 7-4, and Denver whipped Louisville, 8-2. Orioles Gain First Victory Panclni's While Sox and the Dav id Orioles turned in big victories in playoff of Little League base ball games Saturday night, al though rain held up action for a •while. The White Sox trounced the Punnsy Keystones in a Nationa Division contest at Tower Park 27 to 18 as hits and errors filled the game. The Sox clinched the decision with a 13-run outburst in the first frame and went on to score at least twice in each sue cceding frame. The Key.stonc tried hard and had two big in injjs 7 In the first and 7 more in the third but it wasn't enough t< overtake the Hying Sox. JiiUy Ma donna smacked a home run with two on for the White Sox in Ib sixth inning. Mike Nicoll, But Pangos and Charles Smith each hit doubles for the KeyBlonors. At Grain Field came the sur prise of the younj! season as Dav id's Orioles, buffeted pretty mud in their first year of action, ros< up to whip tho defending leagu champion RBM Shamrocks 8-0 They did It with only two hits a. they combined eight walks, thro hit batsmen and thrco Shamroc errors with their two safeties fo the victory, their first of the year Bill Pfaff swatted a homer will one on in the fifth inning for th HUM and '.ciimmnte Joe Lon banged out two doubles, but wasn't enough. The Orioles onl hlU were timely Hlnglca by Dan ny Regan and Mike Leonard. Summary: LITTLE LEAGUK White Sox U3> 22,4.'n-27 18 KeystonfH 707,100-15 7 Loner, McCloakoy and Bell; Nl oil and Denny. Shamrocks 100,140-6 « Orioles 071.00x-8 2 Pfaff, Long, Tiurmll and Tim mons, Suncly; D. Hoss and Leo «rd. The next thing you'll be hearing as the tom-toms thunder in old- une abandon is that Patterson .ved somebody from drowning nd that Jackson captured a wild ear single-handed, meaning thai e didn't even need both of them. Team For Free Because you not only could ob in Rademacher for the allegec 250,000 guarantee but you could et • the rest of 'the U.S. Olympic oxing team thrown in for free n such a deal. To think of throwing Radema- ler in against Patterson is like topping a berserk elephant with champagne cork. Give poor ete a meat cleaver in each hand nd I'll still lay you 10 to 5 he ouldn't last three heats. Even his Olympic manager, ilt Holt, had but few kind words r Rademacher before the young ant surprised everyone, includ- g himself, by winning the eavyweig'nt title at the Australian ames. Holt shook a harried head hen Rademacher was mentioned, dmitted that the lad could punch omewhat, but implied sadly that le chin was strictly from China. Guarantee Dead Giveaway All of which makes Jack Hurey's announcement, that he would ost a $250,000 guarantee on a .ademacher - Patterson fight, a ead giveaway as a publicity irilduip for the Jackson bout. This s the ancient maestro's manner f paying off Cus D'Amato, Paterson's manager, for naming lurley the West Coast promoter f an if-and-when title bout in lose precincts. They must be most colossal fraud of all time if Peoplo gel the most kick out life who do the least kicking. Truth has only to chanyo band • few times to become fiction. True Life Adventures QUAGGA QUANDARY A HORSE — OR A ZEBRA? "Unis AFRICAN QUAGGA is ZEBRA—OR AH" 1-EAST HE WA.S. THE l-XKST OF THESE UNIQUE CKEXTUKeS PlEP IN 1364-. £•24 W^udj Harney Wins Flint Purse FLINT, Mich. (UP)-^Paul Harney, perennial "bridesmaid" of professional golf, said today he was "lucky" to win his first major pro tourney —the $37,000 Carling Open. The 27-year-old Bolton, Mass., Bachelor and long-ball hitter said he was trying to keep ahead of defending champion Dow Finsterwald, Tequesta, Fla., Sunday when he fired a (18 to win first place and $5,700 with his nine- under-par 275 total for the 72 holes. "I know he was the man to watch," Harney said. "And I guess he roally was." He laughed and said, "I guess I was lucky to win." Finstewald shot a 69 to finish Jaguar Takes LeMans Race LE MANS, France (UP)—Juan Manuel Fangio, the Babe Ruth of auto racing, was left "sitting on the bench" as Britain's" Jaguars ran off with another victory in tine 244iour Le .Mans race. Great Britain's ' Ron Floefchart Major League Leaders National League Player & Club G.ABB. H.Pct. Musial, St.L. 61 244 38 88 .361 Fondy, aa. 52 207 25 73 .553 Hodges, Bkn. 58 222 32 77 .347 Robinson, Cinci. 63 261 50 88 .337 Aaron, Milw. 64 272 49 89 .327 and Ivor Bueb won the "safest" Icimoli, Bkn. 5321439 70.327 Le Mans race in history Sunday .as Jaguars swept the first four American League Mantle, N.Y. 62 212 60 83 .392 places over the favored Maseratis -Williams Bost. 58 201 47 73 .363 and Ferraris. World champion| B< , y! j j Ba m_ 6019534 66.338 Fangio, 'held in reserve by the Maserati company, never got into the race because the big 400- Jiorsepowier Italian' cars dropped out with the race only eight hours old. Ftoddhart and Bueb took first place in a 3.8 liter fuel injection jaguar in a record-forsaking performance, clocking an average speed of M4.5 miles per hour •while covering a total of 2,732.24 miles. TJi'Oir performance wiped out the old record of 107.6 miles .per hour. Ninian Sanderson and John Lawrence of Britain were second, Jean Mary and Jean Lucas of Fox, Chi. 62 242 39 81 .335 Skowrou, N.Y. 60 233 37 77 .330 Home Buns National League—Aaron, Braves 18; Musial, Cards 16; Moon, Cards 14; Banks, Cubs 13; Robinson, Redlegs 13; 'Crowe, Redlegs 13. American League —M a n 11 e , Yanks 21; Williams, Red Sox 19; Sievers, Senators 15; Zernial, Athletics 15; Maxwell, Tigers 12; H. Smith, Athletics 12; Skowron, Yanks 12. Runs Bailed In National League—Musial, Cards 54; Aaron, Braves 54; Hoak, Rod- legs 47; Moryn, Cubs 41; Mays, money winners this year. His win nings in the official PGA money !ist total S9.flll.25. But prize money in other tournaments boosted earnings to approximately $12,000. Bab Inman, Detroit, fired a 67 to take third place, jumping from a tie for 17th at the 54-hole mark. Tied for fourth with 280 were Doug Sanders, Miami Beach, Fla.; Ken Venturj, San Francisco; Arnold Pa'.mer, Latrobe, Pa.; and Gardner Dickinson, Panama City, Fla. France were third and Freddy Giants 40; Ennis, Cards 40. BouselJe aiid Paul Frere of Belgium were fourth, all in Jaguars. Bruce Kessler of Beverly Hills, Calif,, and Ed w a ? A Hugus of Pittsburgh, Pa., were the only Americans to finish, winding up eighth in a German-taut Porsche, Tihey were clocked in 100.2 mi per hour. Court Notes Mrs. Judith E. Martin, 624 North Third street, asks custody of their minor child and support for the child in a suit for divorce from Robert Lee Martin in the Cass cir-i cult court. She charges cruelty. The couple was married Aug. 8, 1955, and separated June 7, this year, according to the complaint Monday Evening, June 24, 1957. HCL Heads For Record WASHINGTON (UP)—The cost of living is expected U) set a new all-time record Tuesday for the ninth month in a row when the government's consumer price index for May is slated to come out. Government officials predict it will show another rise from the record set in April, making the ninth successive month living costs have broken all previous records. The expected new peak ' will bring with it pay raises' of at least 3 to 4 cents an hour for 800,000 workers and possibly smaller boosts for 100,000 more. These are persons whose union wage contracts contain "escalator" clauses cars; public transportation fares; leasehold fuels with ttie Suez Ca- iial oil crisis a. factor; meats, poultry anl fish; cereals and bakery products; dairy products; medical care costs; household operations costs, with laundry and dry cleaning and other service charges important: shoes; personal care, particularly haircuts; and reading and recreation. Longcliff Medical Staff Will Meet The annual meeting of the medical staff of the Logansport state hospital will be held at 12:30 o'clock Wednesday, beginning with a luncheon, according to Dr. John Soutlnvorth, superintendent. Election of officers will be held. Present officers are Dr. Robert Maschmeyer, president; Dr. Foss tracte! contain "escalator' clauses Schenck| -yice^resident; and Dr. providing for raises or _ pay cuts | • Ucr sccretary . trcasurer . as the government price index Attending ' Ule mee tiP.g in addition American League—Sievers, Senators 52; Mantle, Yank's 51; Skowron, Yanks 50; Wcrtz, Indians 46; Minoso, White Sox 41; Jensen, Red Sox 41. Pitching Shantz, Yanks 9-1; San ford, Phils 9-1; Schmidt, Cards 6-1; Braves 8-2. rises or falls. The consumer price index rose in April to 119.3 per cent of the 1947-49 price average, which is used as a basis for comparison. That is an overall price rise of almost 20 per cent in the past 8-10 years. Federal experts agree generally with predictions of U.S. Chamber of Commerce officials that prices will continue to rise through Hie .rest of Ohis year, though probably .not as rapidly as during the last half of 1856. The current upward push in living costs began around April, 1956. The biggest increases since then have been in autos and auto re- I pairs, despite discounts on new to the active staff will be members of the courtesy, honorary and consulting staffs. Investigate Dynamiting r BLOOMINGTON (UP)-A Monroe County Grand Jury Thursday will open an investigation of the dynamiting of an Illinois Central Railroad bridge last month near a struclc stone mill. Prosecutor James R. Cotner said five law enforcement agencies have turned up "prime sui- pects.' The bridge is six miles south of here. Five sticks of dynamite went off under the structure and caused extensive damage. readying the he had won the title a second icy actually mean to try to put 29-year-old Rademacher, a pro ovice, in against Patterson. Hurley, D'Amato ot al can be uughed at for this comic sug#es- ion. But if they're serious, they ught to be shot. Bryan Sets New Record DETROIT (UP) - Defending national big-car champion Jimmy Jryan, Phoenix, Ariz., sot a new record ot 91.78 miles an'hour Sun- lay in roaring to victory in the 00-mile race at the Michigan tato Fairgrounds. Ten of the 12 finishers look al- antagc of a fast track a,nd the act that th« caution fla(,' wa.4 nover out to break tlio old track mark of 83.50 mph set l>y Paul RUKKO, Hammond, Ind., In 1951. The race wai originally scheduled for Saturday but vran postponed after heavy rain Khorlly bc- ore the start of qualifications caused hazardous muddy condi tions at the dirt track. Two HoosLora were among the first flvo finishers in tho $10,000 uvont. Andy Ltndon, Indianapolis was third ami Elmer George-, fndi- an.apol.lfl, fifth. •Bryan, who loft tor Now York Sunday night on his way to Italy Lo compete in tho 500-mll<] race al Monxa next Saturday, led tho .flnu IX) lop.s on the one-mile oval but was strongly chaUen«ed by G«orn Amlck, Venice, Calif., and Linden at the flnl»h. Both A.mlclc and Linden wore on the name lap wll.li Bryan whan he crossed the finish Hat. Amlck streaked home 10 nee- ondu behind Bryan lor necoml place. Jud Larson, Oklahoma Oily, Okla., was founth. Bryan collected n $2,500 »hare of tiho pur.sc. Amlck got f.1,800 and Linden $1,000. Although Harney had never r on a major professional title in his country before the Carling Open, he is among tho lop 15 MOTOROLA CAR RADIOS Tiny frandilor wari'f w«ar our. R*placa> 15 partt that can! Cuti batttry drain by 30% or mor*. 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