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Thursday Evening, November 21, 1957. LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARf Lane Makes Offer For Harvey Kuenn r Detroit- Tiger Shar NEW YORK < UP)—Frank Lane, Cleveland's indefatigable new general manager, thrust himself suddenly into the Detroit trading picture by making the Tigers "a firm. Kuenn. Lane Louise night when he contacted Detroit no sooner arrived in St. from Havana Wednesday who had just completed a 13-play- , b er de l bases ' Musial Figures To Play Two Or Three Seasons Seventh Batting Crown Gives Stan A Needed Boost ST. LOUIS (UP) — Stan Musial, the St. Louis Cardinals' indispensable "man," celebrated his 3t7h birthday today.. The slugging first baseman viewed the sands running out on a great baseball career with the optimism produced by his seventh National League batting crown. Before starting his .351 season, highest in his last six, Stan was very cautious about future prospects. He was operating, he said at the time, on a "year to year" basis. But now he figures he's good for two, maybe three more good seasons. "Every man in the game has his own playing deadline," he said. "Each goal you set moves your sights up a notch when it is reached. I remember a time j _ . _ Z" ~ when it seemed I would have a:Colt TOSS Defense tough time getting to my 5smooth' Suddenly Jells for Caffie Certified as IL Batting Champion MONTREAL ('UP) — Outfielder Joe Caffie, now with the Cleveland Indians, today was certified as the International League batting champion for 1957 on the strength of his .330 batting average, with the Buffalo Bisons. •Although Caffie led the leage in hitting, veteran Luke Easter, also of Buffalo, paced the circuit in Today's Sport Parade (Reg. U. S. ,Pat. Off.) By OSCAR FRALEY United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (UP)—Good guys always win and bad guys always lose — or almost always—and thus it is nice to reflect today that rasslin' justice still reigns triumphant. general manager Johnny McHalc, runs batted • h d t t _ Tnis fact W as driven home, and _ ! into the.blondined skull of a medi- re- . bad end while. It One of of it every once in a makes set, our blood broil, a dynamic lady run down his villa'.nly Kisser and it sure excited all of us rasslin 1 fans w; c believe that clean-living, decent, honest, heroic r a s s 1 e r s ought to win every time anyhow. The first thing you know, us fans was throwing bottles and chairs Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Sevw cony, a fan piled up five folding chairs and dropped them—smacko —right on his villainous noggin. He didn't rassie for several weeks. Which just goes to show you that maybe you don't believe even the and a few sneak punches here and I e i ean . Uv ' ingi decenti honest and : there and it was great fun until known only as'"Hat-Pin Mary,"! 1 ? 6 gendarmes figured even ras- used to take matters into her own sler , s , who aren^ clean-living, de- hands and chapeau spiks and the "baddies" were 'always sorry, I'll tell you, when she hove into view : of the apron. cent, honest and heroic got a right Protection. this time, fortunately, the heroic rasulers is on the level. But us fans are, and you can bet your last dropkick on that. 'And the "baddies" are going to be awful cautious around here for a while, anyhow. Because, as I cine man of the mat named Dr. night at the Garden when he er deal with Kansas City. ' " ?' uases ' accorcll "S t° figures "How about Kuenn?" Lane open- leased_by the IL office here. | Jerry Granam| during the latest stepped out of line and began "to 18° ed the conversation. \ Despite h<s .279 average, Easter!physical culture extravaganza at,bust our pal Anlonino with villain- in S ^ doctor had got his i:ome-uppance, ! ^ a iJ"go' 0 d" g 'uys'"always'"wSn°and So this here now Doctor Graham '.anyhow, so it was okay. And you. bad gllys always lose Or almost brought it all on himself the other : can ^ et } hat ll * as a roal lesson •• always, anyhow. — :_,-j. -t ..!-_ ^ ___ i .... , tf: rnp nnnvrir 3f)njjr Ji/in/ n/if- in ' "Make me an offer," replied drove in 128 runs, clouted 40 horn McHale. "I don't say I'll take it, but I guarantee you I'll consider it." Lane told the United Press by telephone from St. Louis that he made an offer to McHale and that the Detroit general manager promised an answer "within a few days." While Lane did not reveal which players he offered the Tigers, it is known they would like to have back first baseman Vic Wertz, who played for them from 1947 until 1952. base hit. Now I need only 43 for 3,000." Hurt in August Musial's latest goal, which lie hopes to reach sometime next May, would make him the eighth player in history and the first since Paul Waner in 1942 to reach such a total. Musial, who suffered a bone chip and muscle tear in his left shoulder when he swung too violently on Aug. 20, returned to the lineup after the injury with renewed vigor. He showed little loss of form in batting .500 the last 10 games. But he explained that much of Five Interceptions BALTIMORE, Md., (UPJ-Hnw doci, a team tbji had one of iha weakest pa:i defenses in the 'National Foo M )i'l League suddenly develop a strong in defense' The Bal'' lore r\lts inter.:eo'.t:J five passes by i'no Chicago Bear.".as* Sunday, one for a touch:!'rvn while anothor !cd to a touchdown. But secondary coach Charley Vt'in- ner said "we d.dn't change our pf-ss defense in the least." Winner said the best pass dc- fi-nse in pru bal. is only as good as the prejjjie put on the passer bv the def;i-:ve line. Balr..mr:re ers and hit for 300 total bases. his efficiency then was due to a ] had that prev.ure against the necessary cutdown on his big j Bears anrl tne receivers wert swing, which led to his stroking the ball to left field more often. Trainer Bob Bauman has an exercising and conditioning pro- Johnny-on-tlHs-spt't when the B°?.rs hurried paj-ers th^ew the bV'.. Winner said the best example was on the first of two intercep- gram ready for him and Musial does not expect too much trouble from the injury. Confidence in Future The Cards' publicity director, Jim Toomey, figured up a storm .'quarterback didn't throw the ball of statistics in honor of Stan's j when Hill made his angle - out birthday and the net result]move. Our line caused that delay showed he has 21 National League and when the quarterback did let records and shares 13. He has two major league marks and part of 11 others. This, along with other factors, probably accounted for instant and .ions by rookie Milt Davis. "Harlan Hill had Davis beat," Winner said, "but Davis took the ball right out of Hill's hands. Our Ine made that possible. The Bear go, Davis had recovered and was in position to intercept. NEW WAVERLY WINS The New Waverly junior high unanimous vetoes on the part of I school basketball team chalked up the Cards' top brass when former,a 41-23 viclory over the Washing- General Manager Frank Lane ton Tp. Hatchets at the Washington gym last night, leading all the way. The winners had edges of 8-4, 22-14 and 29-19 at the quarter poles. New "He's a planned to trade Musial. sacred cow," Lane said at the time. But it was said without malice for Lane later called him "the man who carries the team on his back." Much of the credit for the Cards' strong runner-up finish this season must be given to him. Waverly also won the B game 2014. New Waverly—Rose 4, Robbins 15. Brown 14, Williams 4, Hartley 4, Anderson, Smith, Tp.- Pear. Washington Tp.— Cuningham, Small, Stan's confidence in the future I Grsmelspacher, J. Deeter 4, .Joe includes his ball club, too. j Leffert 12, Cabiness 5, Berkshire "We'll do all right next year,": 2. he said, "if Ken Boyer and Wally Moon can have a big year at bat, our punch can take us a long way." GARBAGE 'CZAR' RESIGNS NEW YORK (UP) Vincent J. Squillante resigned Wednesday night from the job Senate rackets investigators said made him czar of the metropolitan area's 50-million-dollar-a-year private garbage business. CMH WINNER DIES CHICAGO (UP) — The body of John K. Kelly, a winner of two Congressional Medals of Honor during World War I, was returned here today for burial. Kelly, a roomer at a Fort Lauderdale, Fla., boarding house, died of a heart attack while crossing a bridge here Monday night, but his Body lay unidentified in a morgue until Wednesday. TIME CHANGE Our band will start playing for our dances at 8:30 to 12 on Friday and Saturday Nights Make Club "17" your favorite center for your lake home liquor)*, beer, wines. Cold beer by <hc case at a minimum price. AH package goods at fair trade prices. CLUB "17" 17th and Erie NOTICE.... Pharos-Tribune & Press DISPLAY ADVERTISING DEADLINES: HALF-PAGE ADS OR IARGER-NOON TWO DAYS BEFORE PUBUQATION All Other Ads-36 Hour* Before Publication. SUNDAY DEADLINE: Quartar-page ads or larger- Noon Friday; all other ads—5 p.m. Friday. COIOR: 4 Days In Advance Your cooperation and assistance in adhering to these deadlines will help us give YOUR ad th» expert workmanship it deserves. Big Luke walks, 100, strikeouts with 140. also drew the most and was high man in Read the Classified Ads Madison Square Garden. The goodly vim and vigor. Rocca stood it doctor, being a "baddie," had tojjust about as long as any clean- visit a sawbones himself. j living, decent, honest, heroic ras- Seems that he got out of linejsler could. Then he takes the doc- and ran into (a) an outraged Latin j tor and busts his head up against 'the ring post real good, as any named Antonino Rocca and (b) riot. Us red-blooded rasslin' fans see our clean-rasslin' heroes get the clean-living, decent, honest, heroic rassler would have. to the doctor about how not to ;o around villainously belt- clean-living, decent, honest and heroic rasslers. LONG'S MOTHER DIES ANDERSON (UP)—Mrs. Mary It took those Duseks a long time ; Elizabeth Long, 66, Anderson, to learn the same lesson. There; mother of Chicago Cubs first base-' was one night that one of the I man Dale Long, died Wednesday: Duseks was torturing one of our afternoon in St John's Hospital., clean-living, decent, honest and | where she was a patient the last: j heroic rasslers and he won. But iiiot for long. The doctor's type B started toi As he walked out unripr a bal-1 Minn. 13 months. Mrs. Long came toi Anderson in 1947 from Morehead, The Boss Won A General Electric Contest While the Boss is Away and can't stop us we're having a terrific BOSS'S AWAY SALE We're Shooting for a Big Week and we offer you — -* logansport's most prompt and efficient service * The world's finest appliances ... 6-E if Real savings because we buy in large quantities CLEANS AND RECLEANS WASH WATER AND HERE ARE JUST A FEW EXAMPLES GENERAL0 ELECTRIC Only SO JIA 95 FILTER-FIO AUTOMATIC WASHER HI-SPEED MATCHING DRYER 349 FOR THE PAIR NEW 1958 MODELS WATER- SAVER FOR SMALL LOADS SELECTS WATER TEMP. 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