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Thursday, June 27, 1957
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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARK Thursday Evening, June 27, 1937. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven Ten Percentage Points Separate Four NL Clubs Braves and Phillies Gain on Reds, Cards Chicago White Sox Retain Half-Game Margin in 'Runaway" American League Pennant Race. The team tiiat eventually comes r out on top in the chaotic National I League struggle probably will go into the World Series with the! lowest pennant-winning, victory total in major league history. ' A mere 10 percentage points separated the first four clubs today, with the St. Louis Cardinals maintaining a four-point lead over the second-place Cincinnati Red legs after both were Yesterday's Results Wednesday night. The race tightened up to an almost incredible degree Wednesday ] night when tfie Philadelphia Phil- National League (Isl Game) be a t e n j Pittsburgh 005 240 400-15 19 1 Chicago Law (-4-3) Brosnan 000 002 012— 5 10 1 and Rand. PohoLsky, Littlefield (5), Kaiser (8) and Neeman. Loser—Poholsky (1-3). HR —Thomas (7th), (4th), Mejias (1st), lies walloped the Cardinals, 11-3, the New York Giants clobbered jMazeroski the Redle^s 17-7, and the Mil-[Tanner (»th). waukee Braves drubbed the' <2"d Game, 11 Inning 9 , called by d a rkness). Pittsbgh Brooklyn Dodgers, 13-9. The Pittsburgh Pirates routed the Chicago --- _ Cubs 15-5 before the teams jCnicago 00000300200-0 plave'd an 11-inning, 5-5 tie halted! Trimble, Face (6), Arroyo bv "darkness | Kline <9), Swanson (11) "The Chicago White Sox reUined i^ilc.,^ Drabowsky, _Lown (9) their half-game margin in the :ivon "•runaway" American League race when they outlasted the Bos- '^ ton Red Sox, 7-5, and the (second- (lo< place New York Yankees beat the; Cleveland Indians, 3-1. The Balti-^hilad phia more Orioles defeated the Kansas |St. Louis 010 000 200-3 City Athletics, 1-0, for their third; S.-mmons f7-3) and Lopata. straight shutout and the 100 010 102 00— 5 12 1 8 2 (7), El- UO) and Fanning, Neertan HR — Virdon '6th), Banks Mazeroski (5th), Fciles (5th) Skinner (3rd.) 000 103 402—11 Ifi 0 (9). LOUIS Simmons Detroit l.McDaniel. Schmidt 9 1 •L. (7), Mcrritt 6 Ti-'erT dwmvj he Washington !'»>. Miller (9) and H. Smith. Senators, 4-1. Simmons Beats McDanlel The- Phillies unleashed a Mi-hit attack that included four hits by Chico Fernandez and a homer by Harry Anderson t/j hand the Cardinals their third straight defeat in four games. Curt Simmons pitched a steady nine - hitter to win his seventh game while Lindy McDaniel suffered his fourth loss. The sixth - place Giants buried the Kedlcgs with a 20-hit bombardment that saw Bobby Thomson drive in five runs wHh a homer double and two ningles and Willie Mays knock in four I tW- Kiippstein Loser — L. McDaniel (7-4). HR — Anderson (5th). N'c-v/ York Cincinnati 101 037 500—37 20 0 110 030 020— 7 11 3 and Thomas. Gomez, Miller Kuxhall, Klippsttin (5), Jeffcoat <fi/, Fowler mi and Burgess, Lynch (B), Winner — Miller (2-3). Loser — Klippstein '2-7). HR — Thomas '2nd), Thomson (Kh). Brooklyn 210 330 000— 991 Milwaukee 004 030 (Xix—13 15 1 Newcombe, Labin« (5), Bes.sent (3) and Campanella. Trowbridgo, Johnson M), Conley (5), Jolly (9) Winner- Records One Hitter in LIB Dave McCloskey tossed . a ' one- hitter in pitching the Pancini White Sox to an 11 to 2 victory over the Berman Supply 'Panthers at- Tower Park Wednesday. . Dave lost his bid Tor a no-hitter with two out in the sixth inning on Ken Gundrum's single. He walked three and struck out seven. At Grain field the defending champion R-B-M Shamrocks went an extra inning to edge the Optimist Indians, 2 to 1. The winners scored twice in the top of the seventh after bolh starting pitchers-rJerry Berndt of RB-M and Johnny Pabst of the Indians—had to be removed • from the game according to LitOe League regulations. Pabst struck out 11 and Berndt nine, but the Indians out-hit the winners, 4 to 2. The Pony League feature at Fairview park saw the Eagles Braves nip the First Federal Savings Tig' ers 14-13 in a slugging bee. The Tigers built up an 11-5 lead in the first four and a half innings and then saw the Braves rally for six run in the bottom of the fifth to knot the score at 11-each. The Tigers got another tally to lead momentarily in the Braves- came back sixth but the with two and then each scored one run in the seventh to end the action-packed battle. Myers double For the Tigers Charley and Phil Walters, hit one two doubles and a triple.; and SawaUAi, Rice suffered hLslConley f]-4). Loser—Labme (3-4). UK — Hodges 'Kith), Campanella (10th). Sawatski (3rd), Malhcws, fifth 12 ' I '' / ' Jl & 14th), Meal (3rd), Aa- innir* and six. in the eighth to ™ '20th;, Covington (2nd), snap 3 two - game losing streak. Johnny •evcnth defc-at. The Braves overcame a 9-4 deficit with three runs in the Hank Aaron, Eddie Mathews and \V<-s Covin!!U>n tied a league record by hiUinR successive home™ in the fifth inning of a game marked by tight round- trippert. M a t h e w s U/ppcd the Braves' best attack of the year, American Lvalue. 'naior i OiicJisjo 02301000I—7130 Ho.'itrm 100 011 020— 5 14 0 Wilson, Iff/well '«), LftPaJme driving in five of homers and runs with a pair a siniiie as Gene Conley picked up his first win for Milwaukee and C'k-rn Labine suf- Tcred his fourth (straight loss f"r Brooklyn. Dee Fondy and Tloman Mejias had four hits each and Frank Thomas drove in four run* in Pittsburgh's Id-hit opening - game altat* that gave V«rn Law bis fourth win. The Cubs lied the night/-'<jp when- a walk, Bobby Morgan's trip!': ami Jim Roller's single produced two runs in the ninth. CMaox Get Third Straight Th« White Sox sewed their third straight victory and seventh in » row over the Red Sox this KKitvm when a fiflb-inniw; horner by liuljba Iliillipji and Karl Tor- Keson'a run-producing ninth-inning li'ingle helped them fend off a late Boston rally marked by homers by Jiilly Klaus and Ted Lepcio. Jim Wilson got hin eighth win. Relief star Bo?) Grim throttled a ninth-inning rally to preserve Johnny Kud™' fifth victory for the . Yankees. All three of tlie Yanks' run-i resulted from su'.-nfice flics —two by Hank Hauer and one by pinch-hitler Knos Slaughter — a;> JJcA Lemon absorbed his fifth defeat. Connie Johason hurk-d a lliree- hit'.er to stretch th<; Oriole!.' scoreless string to 'M consecutive innings and won hi:s .sixth decision when JIrn Biusby cracked his fifth homer in the fifth inning. Arnold I'orlocarrero hurled a three-hitler for Ihe Athletics but was charged with till third w-lback. Jim liunning won his eighth jjamc find completed the cycle of sewing ut lea-.', one victory over each of Detroit's rivals with a six-hitter tlmt dealt the Senntoro their filth straight defeat. Chuck .Sloblw, who (mapped u tv/o-year j«-i;am<! losing Mroak in lii'i previous Marl, absorbed lib liith defeat of the year. and Moss. Nixon, Susce '.'ii, ChakMes ((i), 1'ortcrfield <7), Minarcin Cj) and Daley. Winner — Wilson KM). Loser — Nixon (5-4). HK — Moss (J.st), Phillips (4th), Klaus (sin), 7 J epclo (3rd). Cleveland 000 000 001— 1. 9 3 N«rw York Ml 010 20x— 3 7 0 Let/ion, Pitula (7) and N'ixon. KuckB, Grim i») and iierni. Winner—Kucks (G-(i). Loser — Lemon (5-5). Kansas City Baltimore (XX) (XX) 000— 0 OIK) 010 BOX— 1 J'orlwarrwo '3-3) and Smith. Jolirwon (U-fl) and Triandos. HR— ttuxtty (5th). Millers Tic Sainfs For Association Lead By (INITKH I'KKXH 'Milineaiijlis Inrrupeil Denver, VJ.-Z, Wednesday uighl \A> move out <^f u seeond-plafMf de;tdlo<:k with Wichita and into n flrnt-plnce lie wii/i SI. Paul in ti)(r Arnericfi/i As- •o(lation. J/j the only other gj'jm*. 1 .*) pl.iyed I,oub)V)llfc .wept a duiihie-lietiiler from Charlijslon, (i-1, i[i a «iivim iniiirig opener, and, 1-0, in un extra inning nitfhlcap. HI, I'aul ill Omaha and liidiaiiapolirt u\. WichiU were jx/^t|)()ii(;d due to rain. Homers by Orlando Cepeda and B</l>by Sclirnidl led the Millers' 17 hit ttUnck un a trio of Hear hurlem. Steve Ilidzik lamed the lleur* with five hits until relieved In the seventh when Denver put together • threuTun rally. Itid/.ik got help from Kernando Rodriguez but wn« credited with the win. Zack Monroe Klarted for DUIIVCT und )!Uf- the loss. Detroit (XX) (XX) »10— 4 !) 0 VJu.ihiniiirm Will U'.ll WX>— 1 0 ) liunning '8 - 2) arid Wilson. Kl/Ab;i, Byerly (7), Hyde <!)) and lierbi-rel, Courtney fli). Lo/icr — ,St*bs U-12). TO IIET1KK NKW YORK (UI') — Daniel .1. Ferri,'!, who h,a« served aji secretary - treasurer of th« Amateur Athletic l!nio;i for (Jie last 30 years, will retire llii.i fall. I'Vrriii, IK), said h<: would imb- nM hin re/iigniition at the annual meeting of the AAU In Washington, Nov. W. James .Slmm/i, Ferris 1 aasijftant, 1» expected lo succeed him. MAN, 1(«, 11UKIKU WAYNKJ'OWN (Ill'l ~ David Husk Grea-H-d, l«j, a retired lanner, wan burled today following service.-! her/;. Crtin-'ird illf.tl Monday night. Relatives said he i-i'-d in i-very prc.iidenllal election wince JU70—alwaya for the Democratic nominee. each while Ronnie Fritts got a double and a triple. For the Braves Paul Bauer, Bud Panagos and Ronnie Colernan hit a double each and Bill .Elliott smacked a home run .Jim Bender also got'a homer, nis blow corning in the seventh to decide the issue. LITTLE LEAGUE Shamrocks 000,000,2—2 2 1 Indians 000,000,1—1 4 2 J. Bcrndt, D. Vitello (7) and ROYAL CENTER BOY BEGINS BUILDING DERBY RACER Major League Standings Says Dodgers To Move West American League W. L. Pet. 40 23 .635 40 24 .625 .547 .530 Chicago Now York Cleveland Detroit Boston Baltimore Kansas City Washington Friday's Detroit at Boston % 35 29 .547 5'A 35 31 .530 6'A 33 33 .500 8>2 31 34 .477 10 25 40 .385 16 22 47 .319 21 Guines (night) I Kansas City at New York (night) !Cleveland at Baltimore (night) Chicago at Washington (night) National League W. L. Pet. St. Louis 36 27 ,571 Cincinnati 38 29 .567 Philadelphia. 86 28 .563 Milwaukee ' 37 29 .561 Brooklyn 35 30 .538 New York 31 35 .470 Pittsburgh 24 42 .364 Chicago 21 311 .356 13 Friday's Games Brooklyn at Chicago Philadelphia at Cincinnati (night) Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (night) Now York at St. Louis (night) WASHINGTON (UP)—A Brooklyn congressman said ruefully today he is convinced the Brooklyn Dodgers have definitely decided to move to Los Angeles next season. Rep. Emaimel Celler (D-N.Y.) said he drew this conclusion from testimony Wednesday of Dodger President Walter O'Malley before a House judiciary subcommittee Investigating baseball. Cellcr hesds Iho group. But Rep. KciwcLh B. Keating, an upstate New Yorker and senior Republican on Ccller's sub- commj'Hee, differed sharply with I'.is chairman. Kraliiifi told reporters he believes O'Malley still mi::hl consider slaying, in Brooklyn if the city of New York makes nil acceptable offer for building a new slndlmn. O'Malley said if .111 arrr-pt.-iblc stadium plan can be worked out tile Dodgers will stay where they ]3i^ are. But lie said "time is runniiiK GB Gordon Tatmnn, 14-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Talman of Royal Center, this week began construction of his Soap Box ruccr with which he hopes to win the Logansport Derby on July 31. Gordon is pictured here shaping the floorboard design ol the car. This sixth annual Derby classic is sponsored Jointly by the Pharos-Tribune and Press and the Chevrolet dealers of the nix-enmity area. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Luetzow Pitches No-Hit Game in Minor Loop Play Bob Luetzow hurled the firsl no- hillur of the Minor League baseball Panthers in Tower park. II wa.s a good thing he did, for season Wedne-sday niekeci the as Winamac Nips Junior Legion Winamac handed the Logansport .Junior Legion baseball leam its secljnci bss of Lhe scason . 4 to 2 ' Twelve Mile Plans Little league Meet As July 4 Feature TW10LVE MILE — Plans have been made for a feature Litlle League baseball lournamcnl lo be staged here on Thursday, July 4-th, it Ls announced by Connie Town- Sieve Porter of the Dodgers Timmnns, Sundy (7); J. Pabst, Mil-j lowed only two hils to the Panth- ler (7) and Nunnelly. White Sox Par.lhers McCloskoy 021,323—11 000,200— 2 .9 4 and Pcrfctto, Bell; Hunyon, Runyon. Tigers Uraves Frills, Marshall and iiechman, PONY LEAGUE 041,421,1—13 11 4 112,182,1— M 12 3 Waltera (5), Myers («) and Kneppcr, B. Smilh (111; Bauer, Elliott (4), Wickersham (5), Bender '(i) and Elliotl, Eendur, Elliott. A. L. Stars Nearly Set NKW YORK (UP)—Seven of the American .League's eighl .'ilarlini.; positions in the July 9 All - .S'.ar Game were sol today as Iho na- lioa-wide fan i>oll went into its final day. The buttle for third base apparently i« going right di/wn to the deadline at midnight tonight with George Kell of the Baltimore Orioles lioldliifi a slight edge over Reno lierlola of the Detroit Tigers. Keil has 2«,43() votes in the balloting announced today wlille Ilcrtola has 27,:»y. (ill Mc'Dougald of tho Now York iinkrifui IH a third contender—a >nif;liciitiog factor. McDougiild rariku third In the third-base balloting with Zl/m but hai played moHily at ulior-tsti/p ulnce tJie poll began. lll« votes wej'e cast for third Imiie becaum; that i" Hie ixi- sition lie litarted In the flr.it gumn of a double-header on June 2—the day 1,'lnj i>oll starled. Ted Wllllam« of the Bonlon lied Sox led (tfickey Mantle of the N<JW York Yankees Into the final . day for the honor of receiving Iho most votes. Williams haii a Ml- vole edge over Muntlo—WI.IMB to HI ,0(11 Here urn the 'uadirni: 11!-—Vic Wi;rlz, Inillanii; 2H — Nellie Kox, White Sox; ;(li~<Jeorgft Kell, Orioles; fiS—Ifnnrvey Kuenn, Tigers; U<'.-Ted Wlllliimn, Red Sox; OK— Mickey Mantle, Yankoeii; HF—A.1 Kallne, Tignrii; C—Yogi lierra, ers as both boys went the rou'.c. Jerry Arnold got a double for the Panthers, which was the longest blow of the game. In a morning contest the Braves thumped the fndlnns !8-8 as Eddie Franklin pHched all the way for the winners and got help from Don Smilh and Mike Huff, who belted Irlples. Indians wirre hilling well enough bul lefl ton many runners stranded. Dave I/ttf- ferl, Larry Bcchdol, D!ck Farrer all .smacked doubles and Pal Mar- OCCD clouted a triple. Summary: Braves Indians E. Franklin H E and Smith; B (i 1 I! 1) 1 Morocco, liulih, Bevcr und Bechdol, Wright. n u K « 2 1 5 0 ] V. llucli; Panthers Dodgl-TK Lnct/.ow nnd Arnold, S. 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In fact, t; wore conducted on i j.iiu vLiiLi.uia &uuicu single runs [^uuk'c in the first and third, then added , Ned Grablo a,nd George the two clinchers in the fifth. Logansport tallied a run in the first and managed another in the sixth just before the rains came for the second time in the game. Larry Jones allowed Winamac four hitu, including two doubles by Bob March, and funned J<1 batters. Winumac's Wenty. fanned four and permitted four safeties. The summary; Winamnc 101 020—4 4 0| LngunBpart 100001—2 4 l! Went/, and Lehman, Jones and' D. Nichols. Brooklyn. Campbell, Redding Wins Matches in NCAA Golf Tourney COLORADO SPUINCJS, Colo. (UP)—IJ'uur HfiHulers were among 1)2 college- golfers who teed oft today In Lhe .second round of the Wlh annual NCAA golf tournament following Wednesday's opening round which »aiw the field Lrim-med in half. Joe Campbell, former Purdue University and A-nderwon, Jnd., .star, had the widest margin of victory of any golfer in tlu; open- Irig round. He dliipiwetl of. [>lun llfjilu.i of /lou.-i-ton, 5 and •). Harlijy Drake, also of Purdue, diimpwl 'David Dll'fenderfer of Slanfwrd, <1 und II, In another li>p .ild«d nia-lcli. Bill ll/edding, a luam- Kiale of Cumplxill and Drake, de- fuulcd Hob llrun of Uio Unlvwalit.y of Miami, 2-iip. The other HoOHlcr survivor WI.IH Joe G-race of Not/re Dame, lie alii"6' 1 M 1 nTlcy' 1 'who"'BJded' <1 ' wno(l I!ol) c '< m< ' f ut Mkihomn A&M, 1-up on 1!) In !Jie beat ninLcJi of I/bo day, Gnicu came from be-! l;lnd with blrd'le.'i on IJio 17l,li and! llllli hok'H l.o tie Gout'/ an<l won the ma.<<ch with a blrdlu 3 on tho I'Jth. The .six local teams will compete for honors. Elimination games will be played on a time schedule but the flnnl game at night will go the route. The pairings for the tourney are listed as follows: f):.'IO a.m. to 10:45 a.m.—FJying Hotehels vs. Blue Oaps. M a.m. lo 12:15 p.m.— Flying Aces v.s Doilger.s. 1:30 p.m. lo 2:15 p.m.—Yankees v.s. flawkcyos. 3 p.m. lo 4:15 p.m.—Winners of games 1 and 2. 7:3(> p.m. — Championship finals. American Association . W. L. I'ct, .581) .583 .583 .551 .530 spoils anti needed. trust legislation .is St. Paul 40 2» Minneapolis 42 ;i() Wichita 42 30 Omaha 38 111 Denver 3531 £?K3u •:::::::::» » -^ tew Hood pioysy.s. 21 M .280 oul" and he will mako the final decision soon, Celler said he gained the impression O'Maliey is "over Ihe brink" and will move to (lie West Coast no mailer what Hruoklyii does to try to hold the team. The subcommittee recessed Wednesday after six days of hearings on baseball and will meet again July 10. Purpose of tho hearings is to determine whether Louisville Wednesday's insults Minneapolis 32 Denver 5 Louisville C Charleston l (1st) Louisville 1 Charleston 0 (2nd, 10 innings) St. Pmil at Omaha, ppd, rain ]ndi-ann]»lis al Wichitu, ppd, rain No. 33 Ranked Player WIMBLKDON. Kn(!l:iiul (\.'V1~ John Lesch of Los Angclc'.s d:vw the louglw.sl n.'j.sinniwMil today as Hi members of America's U'linis forces—nine men and seven women—entered the third round of the Wimbledon k'linis championships. l.i'sch, n cnmparalivo newcomer who is ranked 33rd in the U.S. iiiiliniml r:>iikini;s - , was pilled iigain.il. Defi'inling champion Low I load of Australia, wlio is expop.1- iar.i had no apology for defeat lo-i<''l to use Ihi.s tournament as a day because he fought Bobby Uoyil springbonnl lo n lucrative pro- for 10 rounds nnd "put on a good : fi'ssinnal conlrjicl. l'at.ly of Ixis AiiRt'lcs Paris, UK 135(1 champion. Castellan! Bows to Boyd in Close Bout OIHCAG-O (U-I'l-Jlocky Cnstel- Six Former Champions In U. S. Women's Open MAMAKONJiCK, N.Y.' (UP) — A field of .'12 professionals and fit! amateur.H to^s off today In Ui« firsl round of the U.S. Women's 0|)un golf championship. with chubby Wlffi Smith, who Jia» been ploying -Iho gnirifi for nionuy only «lnco J-anuary, rated 41.1 the on« U) l)en.l. Ailhough six former champions div; li: t)m group, Including defending litlelioldur KalJiy Corn«II- us, lh(^ 20-year-old freckle. - facwl links fllar from St. Clulr, Mich., wan the choice, of Iho luurna- mi.'ntiloiiK'liRnf.'iJ vtttwnnx, 'J'liis (Ic- splto Iho fact Hint alii; has won only oni) tmiriuini<!iiL since sho turned profeHslonnl last January after winning the British find FrtiDcli Amn-k'ur chainploiiHlilpj!, show for the television fans." Boyd, the 11-3 favorite, was hard pressed all the way to win a split decision, and when bis arm wa.s raised-most of the 1,772 fans booed lustily. Actually Caslcllnni had more points credited than Boyd. Heferce licrnlc Weissman it 47--15 for Boyd and Judge Clark had it 47-4<i for the the name margin as U'le and played Myron Franks nf Los A:i- ISi'li'.s. and IIiiKh Stcwar.l of I'.isa- tlena, t'alif., facetl Mike CreiMi of Miami Ik'iidi, Fla. P:-es.s card. Judge James Me- Mnnus gnve Caslcllunl u four- point bulge, 47-4I). Ca.slellani WL'igl'.ed 1W)'A lo !<H) pounds f<«- Iioy<(. to him 'I'"'.' f" 1 "' "llier surviving Yanlcs were mal.rlu'd against svasoiU'd internalioiial jilayer.s, Vic Srixas Kranlt'of I'liiladi'lplii.'i mel Japanese ,'inncr, jcliain-pion Kose: Kauio, Herb Kliiiii United of Beverly Hills, C.-ilil., .lac<|iies Brieh.ml of lldgiuin, Sid Selnvacl/. of Nn-w ^'oJ•k faced Sveti Sweden, and (lard- ol' Denvei' played of nar Mulloy Ho!tt)y Wilson (jf liritain. nej/ol.lutlon» one condition: remain in STOCK CAR RACING EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT LAFAYETTE SPBHDWAY DE MOLAY CAR WASH Saturday, June 29th 8 a. m.~5 p. m. 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