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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 17, 1957
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Friday Evening, May 17, I9K. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven 5 • II W Paul Russo Seeks Pole Position in Novi Special Observers Believe at Least 20 Cars Will Attempt to Qualify Over Weekend at Speedway Track. INDIANAPOLIS (UP) -Qualifications for the 500-mile Speedway auto race open Saturday and rail- birds installed Paul Russo's blue Novi as the logical contender for the coveted pole position. The powerful, 8-cylinder supercharged machine blazed around the 2%-mile oval at an average speed of better than 143 miles an hour Thursday to indicate it was ready to challenge the time trials records of 146.056 m.p.h. and 145.596 for one and four laps respectively. The marks were set by Pat Flaherty last year. The Irishman from Chicago also won the race Yesterday's Results Detroit Boston American League 100 000 010— 280 000 000 001— 150 Bunning (2-1).and House. Porterfield, Delock- (9) and White, Daley (9). Loser — Porterfield (0-1). Hit—Boiling (5th): i Chicago - 102 020 210— 8 13 0 j Washington 020 COO 010— 381 but will be on the sidelines this "p-". ce (52 ) and Lollar year. He was severely hurl in a' llelce *•*-*> an « Collar. crackup last summer. Observers believed at least 20 cars will attempt to qualify for the Memorial Day classic Saturday or Sunday. The trials close May 26, and the fastest '33 cars make up the field. Drivers and mechanics shook off the gloom which spread over the Speedway Wednesday following the fatal crash of Keith Andrews, and last - minute preparations for the initial time trials went ahead full blast. 54 Cars Entered Fifty-four cars were entered. 24 of them brand new. The new car owned by Nino Farina was wrecked in Andrews' accident. Speculation on the top performance ranged from 145 to 147 m.p.h. Much depended on the weather. A windy and cold day could push I Hernandez g (7), Clevenger (!)) and Fitzgerald. Loser — Ramos (2-2). HR—Sievers 2 ,'7lh & 8lh>, Lemon (1st), Phillips (1st), Landis (1st). (10 Innings) Cleveland Baltimore 000 002 001 1— 4 61 100 001 WO 0— 3 90 Wynn, Mossi (10) and Hegan. Moore, Loos (9) and Triandos. ONCE-BEATEN BERRIES HOST TOUGH MARION NINE SATURDAY Six Records Set in Junior High Relays Monticello Athlete Cracks Two Standards, Twelve JVIile and Logansport Add One Each New records were established in six of the eight events on the an. nual Logansport junior high school relay program Thursday night at the Stadium. Monticello's Buddy Sims accounted for two of the new standards. He cleared 9 feet 6 inches in the pole vault to top the mark, of 9 feet set last year by Price, also of Monticello. Sims' second effort was an 18- foot -leap in the broad- jump to erase the former record of 17 feeel. 6 inches by Mike Maple of Logan last season. Al Miller of Twelve Mile set a new high jump mark of 5 feet 2 5/8 inches, nudging the old figure The Logansport Berries, co-leaders of the North Central Conference baseball standings, will endeavor to hand the Marion Giants their of 5 feet 2 inches by Harmon oi second NCC loss when the two teams clash in a postponed contest at 2 p.m. Saturday at Riverside park diamond. Jeff of Lafayetle whom Lafayette a year ago. Logansport's shuttle hurdle relay unit smashed a record, winning in 1:08.7, to better the old standard of 1:09.3 set by the local Winner—Wynn (4-3). Loser—Loess ' school in 1950. Jerry Busch made (2-3). 1-IR—Francoria (2nd), Moore UP a 10-yard deficit to win the event. Lafayette set new records in the mile relay and in the eight-pound shot put event by Jack Hand. May Jacot of Riley and Dianna Wells of Lincoln presented medals and ribbons to the athletes. (2nd). Kansas City New York 000 000 000— 040 001 101 OOx— 390 Kellner, McDermott (4) and Thompson. Turley (1-0) and Howard. Loser—Kellner (0-3). KR — Mantle (lith). Brooklyn Chicago National League 000 201 000— 352 000 010 OtO— 240 the average down considerably. Russo, in the Novi, aimed for the pole position last year too. But he evidently picked the wrong j ^". S 9 r ~ D-"abowsky ( 1-3). day and failed to get up enough ! Smcler (3tn) speed. He eventually qualified atj Koufax (2-0) and Walker. Dra- Lown (7) and Neeman. HR — an average of 143.5 m.p.h. and started the race in the middle of the third row. He was leading the pack when he crashed. Other drivers considered "hot" prospects for the pole berth included Pat O'Connor, 1952 race winner Troy Ruttman, former national driving champion Sam Hanks, and Jimmy Bryan, the current driving king. Rookies Are Heady Others ready to go included veterans Fred Agabashian, Jim and Dick Halhmann, Don Freoiand, Jimmy Ileece, Johnny Boyd, Bob Veith, Al Keller, Cliff Griffith, Ray Crawford, Andy Linden, Jimmy Daywalt, and rookies Jud Larson and Dcmpsey Wilson. Hanks, second in lasl year's "500," figured an average speed of 145 m.p.h, will lake the pole. He said Ihe Irack is more difficull Ihis year because "lihe bricks are a bil tougher and have more bounce and track condilions are harder." Agabashian, another old-timer here, predicted a top lap of aboul 147 m.p.h. despite a reduction in piston displacements since last year. "The straight - away speeds of the now cars may not be quite as great as a year ago," he explained. "But il is possible to get through the lurns fasler lhan ever before," He predicted Ihe majority of qualifiers will hil between 140 and 141 m.p.-h. Pittsburgh 000 100 100— 2 5 1 Milwaukee 000 000 OOL— 170 Friend (3-3) and Foilcs. Pizarro, Murf-f (0) and Crandall. Loser —Pizarro (1-2). HR _ Clemente (3rd), Ma-thews (6th). Philadlphia 000 001) 000— 040 St. Louis 000 410 OOx— 5 7 1 Haddix, Farrell (5), Rogovin and Lopata. McDaniel (2-1) and H. Smith. (2-3). Loser — Haddix tlic Berries edged 1 to 0 last week, dropped from a share of the top ranking.in a 4 to 0 loss to Kokomo this week. Logansport, with a 4-1 conference record, has games left against Marion, Frankfort Anderson und Richmond. Pictured, front row, left to right, arc: Dave Dickcrson, Bill Platt, Jim Sweet, Harry Elliott, Don Keslcr, Phil Bcrndt and Everett Thomas. Second row, left to right, arc: Pat O'Connor, Lurry Jones, Allen Thomas, Larry Carl, Joe Kasch, Billy Cuppy and Eddie Watson Back row, left to right, are: Coach Rex Hunter, Fred Schue, Dave Loner, Tom Siiook, Harry Dahl and Student Manager Alan Killion. .• (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Long-Suffering Hurlers Make Hitters Wince 120 yd. shuttle hurdle relay—1. Il 's a slugger's era but those Logansport, 2, Lafayette, 3. Dei- -one-suffering pitchers have their phi. 1:07.8 (New Record). da y s and nights, too. And a few Mile relay— 1 .. Lafayette, 2. Logansport, 3. Twelve Mile, 4. Delphi. 4:01 (New Record). 8 Ib. Shot put—1. Hand (Lafayette), 2. Hall (Delphi), 3. Taylor (Lafayette), 4. Welch (Logan), 5. Camp (Logan). 48 ft. l.inch. (New Record). 880 yd. relay—1, Logansport, 2. Lafayette, 3. Delphi. 1:45.9. Pole Vault- Sim.s (Monlicel- (10 Innings) New York JOO 00) 000 0— 2 70 Cincinnli 001 000 010 1—3 91 Miller, Ridzik (10) and Katt. Jeffcoat, Acker (9) and Bailey. Winner—Acker (3-1). Losor—Bid- zik (0-1). Berries Lose Tennis Match to Anderson The Loganberries lost a 5 to 3 decision to the Anderson Indians Thursday at Riverside park courts for their seventh straight NCC setback. Iron Leige Is Favored BALTIMORE (UP) — Calumet Farm's Iron Liege, the Kentucky Derby winner, headed the probable linoup when the entry box for Saturday's $100,000 added Freak- ness Stakes closed today for the second of the Triple Crown classics. Expected to round out the sev- lo), 2. Richardson (Lafayette), 3. tic, Anderson (Logan) and Clawson (Logan), 5. Crist (Delphi). 9 ft, 6 inches (New Record). Broad Jump—1. Sims (Monticello), 2. Venters (Delpln), 3. Hipsher (Logan), 4. Burns (Logan), 5. Schumann (Lafayette). 18 ft. even. (New Record). High Jump—1. Miller (Twelve Miie), 2. D. Fnrrell (Logan), 3. tie, L. Farrell (Logan), Schumann (Lafayette) and Bradshaw (Delphi). 5 ft. 2% inches. (New Record). Special 880 yd. run—1. T. Sipes (Lafayette), 2. Rich Rudicel (Twelve Mile), 3. Fitzgerald (Logan), 4. Sundy (Logan). 2:22.5 440 yd. relay—1. Lafayette, 2. Logansport, 3. Delphi. 50.9 seconds. more feats like those of Thursday will have the hitters asking who took the rabbit out of the lively ball: —Bob Turley, a last Softball Meet Next Monday : The last City Softball associa- minute lion meeting before the season replacement for Whitey Ford, opens will "be conducted at 7:30 pitched a four-hitter and started i P- m - Monday in the board of works 'room of.the city building. Lawrence Jones, parks athletic director, urges all teams desiring the season's first triple play to give the New York Yankees a 3-0 victory over the Kansas City Athletics. —Sandy Koufax, 21-year-old bonus whiz, equalled the season's single game high of 13 strikeouts and yielded only four hits jn powering the Brooklyn Dodgers to a 3-2 decision over the Cliicago Cubs. —Limly McDaniol, 21-year-old St. Louis Cardinal bonus boy, also flipped a four-bitter and gained his major league shutout Jefferson, Columbia Earn Grade Triumphs Columbia's Red Devils spilled Longfellow 6-5 and Jefferson's Wildcats downed the McKinley Hilltoppers 11-0 in a pair of city grade school baseball league games yesterday. •jmbia trailed 5-,'i going into endorse field were Wheatley Sta- the last of the fifth when they ' ' Bold Ruler, Clifford Lussky's Federal Hill, Roslyn Farm's In- swept, Mrs. Jules Schwartz' Nah IIis.s, Mrs. E'.Jiel D, Jacobs' Promised Land and D. M. Stable's Inside Tract. Iron Liege, Bold Ruler, the bealen Kentucky Derby favorite, and Federal Hill, the Kentucky Derby pacem-kaer, dominated the small field. The others did not run in the Churchill Downs classic two weeks ago. Only two matches remain on the. Not since Citation in 1948 has a Logansport schedule — Frankfort comes here Monday and Tech of Indianapolis closes Iho card on Tuesday. Singles Chuck Lowes (A) beat Terry Hershberger (L) fi-4, B-2. Jim Inncfield (A) beal Jack Reeder i'L) 9-7, 3-IJ. fi-4. Jerry Coon (A) beal Joe Scagnoli (L) 6-3, 7-5. Ed Nichols (L) beat Dwighl Aldrcd (A) (1-4, 2-6, 6-1. Chuck Shaffer (A) beal Nelson Becker. (L) 0-3, (i-3. Mike Farrell (L) beal Jim Osborn (A) 6-1, 6-4. Doubles Horshberger and Reeder (L) heal Lowe and Minnefield (A), 9-7. Coon and Shaffer (A) beat Scagnoli and Nichols (L) 8-5. Race Driver's Widow Will Be Paid Damages BRESCIA, Italy (UP)—Officials of the Brescia Automobile Club, sponsors of the Mille Miglia auto race, said today the widow of American driver Eddy Nelson, killed in last Sunday's race, will be paid damages under his insurance policy. Flatly denying Milan newspaper three-year-old been able to win the Kentucky Derby, the Freak- ness and the Belmont Stakes, to exploded for three runs and then held on to win. Bob Haydcn and Terry Caughell each got three hits with a 5-0 decision over tiho Philadelphia Phillies. -—Bob Friend, scoring his first victory since April 2ft, scattered seven hits in pitching Uie .Pittsburgh Pirates to a 2-1 win over '.he Milwaukee Braves. Williams Fans Thrice —Jim Bunning struck out Ted Williams three limes and hurled Little League Will Start at Twelve Mile TWELVE MILE — A program of Little League baseball will be launched for the time in Twelve Mile this summer, under the sponsorship of the Lions club. Tryouts are scheduled at 10 a.m. Saturday at the baseball diamond and it is anticipated that the final tryout session will be held the following Saturday, May 25. Major League Leaders National League Player & Club G. AB R. If. Pet. Musia!, St.L. Aaron, Mil. Robinson, Gin. 24 104 21 38 .365 Groat, Pgh. 26 J0<! 16 38 .365 16 32 .360 25 104 14 39 .375 2(i 115 28 42 .365 Hoak, Cin. 26 J0<! 26 89 Benoia, Del. American League Major League Standings piny in the league send a rcpre- for an opportunity to play Little• Williams. Bos. 28 si'.ative to the meeting. League baseball. The territory in- UMaestri, K.C. 25 to sc:i',ati Those Wtigcrls, UAW, YM.CA, Walton and lea, Adamsboro, Hoover and New already registered are eludes boys from Twelve Mile Me- Grass Creek. The junior Legion and Fraternal j At least four teams will be „.Order of Police in addition to the gani/.cd and the league may em- Colt league will play their games; brace five clubs, if sufficient num- at Riverside park. bel . ot p i avcrs are available. Another meeting of girls desiring to join the Logansport Girls sol'tball team is scheduled at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Riverside park. Plans will be outlined at that time for the season. Iowa Risks Lead In Big 10 Baseball CHICAGO (LfP! - Iowa risks its lead in the Big Ten baseball race Saturday in a double-heador against third place Michigan in the highlight series of the weekend. Today, the Hawkeyes, with 5 a five-hitler sa liie Delroil Tigers beal Ihe Boston Red Sox,' 2-1. - . -Billy Pierce yielded three': wins in' G games, .play a single homers but bad an eight - hitter game al Michigan Stale while for his fifth win in the Chicago White Sox' 8-3 triumph over tiie Washington Senators. Fine pitching was also domi- 2(1 88 11 35 .398 Fox, Chi. 23 89 18 34 .382 Sixty youngsters have registered Power, K.C. IB 64 10 24 .375 "' : '" " -" 84 20 31 .369 S3 11 .23 .365 Home RuiiK National League—Aaron, Braves 9; Sillier, Giants 7; Moon, Cards 7; Adcock, Braves (i; Malhews, Braves (i. American League — Williams, Red Sox !); Sievers, Senators 8; Mantle, Vaults 6; Skuas, Athletics; Simpson, Athlelics; Zernial, ; Waverly. Regular league play is tentatively set for Thursday evenings, ami possibly every other Tuesday. nant in the other '.wo games— both of which wncl 10 innings. The Cincinnati Hedlegs, taking over undisputed possession of first place in the National League, shaded the New York Giants, 3-2, and the Cleveland Indians beat to lead the Red Devils over the ou l l ' le Baltimore Orioles, 4-3, Poets while Tom Parrott socked j Turley struck out seven and a triple for Longfellow, longest j walked five in' winning his first blow of the game. John Claris game of the year as Mickey Man- be run June 15 this year Iron Liege was a strong favorite at 4-5 to move a step closer to that , „„„,„,,., goal by adding a garland of black-, j^;";^,";! eyed susans to his blanket of I roses. The race will be telecast and broadcast by CBS. Rival owners and trainers, well j aware their horses face a difficult hurled for Columbia and fanned 13 batters while Parrott worked for the Poets whiffing eight in the match at Crain Field. Jefferson scored three in the first" and iced the game with eight more in the second to stop McKinley at Tower park. Don Speitcl, Bob Luetzow and Doug Poor each hit a-double for the Wildcats while Fisher got McKinley's lone hit, a single Ihrough Ihe infield. Summary: Parrott and Wood. McKinley Jefferson 301,030—5 9 0 201,03x—G 9 2 Obenchnin; Clark 000,0— 0 380, x—11 1 4 8 1 tusk, nevertheless feel they have a chance to win al leasl part of Ihe total purse of $113,800 and possibly be on the receiving ent 'iCoach Schubaeh, Speitcl and Poor. of the presentation ceremony. Second place is worth $25,000, third $15,000 and fourth $7,500. Death Claims Hockey Irvin BALTIMORE (UP)—The probable field for the 81st running of the $100,000 Stakes: Horse Iron Liego Bold Ruler Federal Hill Inswept Nah Hiss added Preakness Jockey Harlack Arcnro Carslchs Culmone U.ssery Promised Land Atkinson Inside Tract Nelson Odds 4-5 2-t 6-1 12-1 20-1 30-1 50-1 All carry .121! pounds over 1 3-lli miles, reports that they had refused 'to 1 Grosa P ursc witn 7 .starters— pi;} damages, the officials of the club said the dead driver's Hawaiian born widow, Peggy, "will re- co.ive the usual indemnity arising from compulsory insurance stipulated by all participants in auto races." However, they did not reveal what tho sum will be. Mrs. Nelson, before leaving Milan for her homo in Paris, said that "the race organizers told me my husband was not covered by the insurance because he was a foreigner." $113,800; ne-l value lo winner $85,250; to second $25,000"; to third $15,000; to fourlll $7,500. Telecast and broadcast—by CBS from 5:30 lo (1:00 p.m., c.d.t. Post time—5:45 p.m. e.d.l. CUBS RAINED OUT CHICAGO (UP) — The Chicago Cubs-Brooklyn Dodgers game scheduled here today was called because of rain. A double-header was set for June 30 to make up the cancellation, MONTREAL (UP)—Dick Irvin, one of the most successful coaches in the history of Ihe Nalional Hockey League, died al his home here Thursday night. Ho was (54. ' ; The "Silver-Haired Fox" of the rinks, who guided his learns to four Stanley Cup championships and enjoyed his grenlesl success as coach of the powerful Montreal Canadiens, had been in ill health for some time. Michigan, with 5 wir.s in 8 games, entertains Minnesota, the defend- w'ith one wallop. Ing champion which has won 4 o.f ! 7 Barnes. , Other single games on today's! program wore Wisconsin at Northwestern, Illinois at Indiana, and Purdue al second p'.uce Ohio Slnle, with a 4-2 record. Other double-headers Saturday wiJ be Wisconsin al Northwestern, Illinois al Ohio State, Purdue at Indiana and Minnesota at Michigan Stale. Giardello to Fight Rory Calhoun Tonight CLEVELAND (UP)—Highly-touted middleweight contenders Joey Giardello and Rory Calhoun counted on heavy artillery to make it "short and sweet" tonight in their 10-round televised figlit at the Arena. Oddsmakcrs rated the twice- postponed "natural" even money chiefly an the point Lhal either fighter can take out an opponent Calboun of While Plains, N.Y., wan 14 of 28 fights by knockouts. Athlelics, and Maaris, Indians all 5 Runs Baited In National League—Aaron, Braves 25; Honk, Redlegs; Furillo Dodgers, and Saucr, Giant.s 22. American League—Sievers, Sen- alors 2(i; Simpson, Athletics 21; Doby, White Sox 21; Jensen, Red Sox- 19; Williams, Red.Sox 18; Lollar, While Sox IB. Pitching Trucks, Athletics 5-0; Narleski, Indians 3-0; Labir.e, Dodgers 3-0; (nine tied with 2-0-each.) Charleston Rallies To Nip Indians, 7-6 tie got his sixth homer. Turley grabbed Alex Kc'.lner's pop bunt after walking two batters in the' INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Charles- second to start Mie triple killing, i ton scored two runs in the top of Koiifax extended tiie Cubs'' lhe nin '" h '"nijig to shade the Indi- liome losing streak to eight. Cub' all "Po 1ls Indians 7-6'in an Amen.. . _° _ . " . „,.., \ „„ !..(.! 1. 1...1. pitchers Moe Drabowsky Turk Lown fanned 10 Dodgers, the 1/wo-team total of, 23 strikeouts equalling the National League record. Duke Snider homered in the sixth. Wnlly Moon tripled home two runs in a four-run Cardinal fourth inning and McDaniel did the rest as no Philadelphia base runner reached third. Bruvcs Lose League Lead TJiu Pirates knocked Milwaukee out of first place when Friend survived a ninth-inning rally to win his third game. Ed Mathews homered to open the ninth and Friend yielded three, more hits before J'.e finally rulirccl the ide. Roberto Clemente homered for the Pirate. Frank Boiling' home run gat Detroit o!'f in front in the firt inning. William doubled -and .cored the Red Sox' run in • the ninth but his average dipped to .209. Bubba Pliillips smashed five straight hits, including a homer and triple as the White Sox scored their fifth straight win and- hold Irvin resigned as coach 'of the | ; ir ? t _ P'ace in the ^A m e r i c a n Chicago Black Hawks last September after a 211-year career in the NHL as a player and coach. League by a half game. Two home runs by Roy Sievers and can Association baseball game Thursday nigiit. The Indians scored two runs in the bottom of the eighth to take a !>-G lead. Stengel May Trade Martin IW YORK (UP)—Billy Mar- nenls by the kayo route. " , U". Casey Stengel's "boy," has Tonight's bout was the third : scheduled between the two. C'al- .... . , houn cancelled last D e c e in b e r ol , s part '" lho Hallk naller American League W.'L. Pet. GB Cincinnati 18 8 .692 .... New York 16 8 .667 V, Cleveland 15 9 .625 1% Boston 14 13 .519 4 Detroit 13 14 .481 5 Kansas City 12 15 .444 6 Baltimore 9 15 .375 7V4 Washington 7 21 .250 HV4 FricJay's Probable Pitchers Cleveland at Washinglon (nighl) —Da'.ey (0-0) or Garcia (1-1) vs Ramos (2-1). Chicago at Baltimore (night) — Pierce (4-2) vs Ceccarelli (0-0). Detroit al New York (niglvt) — Hoefl 10-0) v-s Kueks (1-2). Kansas City at Boston (night)— Duren (0-2) vs Brewer (4-2). Saturday's Games Cleveland al Washinglon , Detroit al Now York Kansas City al Boston Chicago al Baltimore (nighl) National League W..L. Pot. GB Cincinnati 13 s ..692 .. Milwaukee 17 9 .65-1 1 Brooklyn 15 10 .600 2V4 Philadelphia 14 12 .538 4 SI. Louis 13 12 .520 4Vi New York pi 16 .407 7V4 Pittsburgh 8 18 .308 10 Chicago 7 is .280 10>4 Friday's Probable Pitchers Brooklyn at Chicago — Podros 12-2) vs Rush (0-4). New York at Cincinnati (night) —Barclay (0-2) vs Nuxhal] (l-o). Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (night) —Kline (0-4) vs Spahn (4-1). Philadelphia al St. Louis (night) —Roberts (2-4) vs Jones (2-1). Saturday's Gomes Brooklyn at Chicago New York at Cincinnati Pittsburgh at Milwaukee Philadelphia at St. Louis American Association W. L. Pet. „ . 19 9 .679 Paul 18 10 .643 Indianapolis 15 jfl ' 4M Omaha 14 ] 6 ' 4(i7 Charleston 15 ]8 .453 Do| iver 10 13 .435 Louisville s 22 .214 Thursday's Results St. Paul 6 Omaha 2 Louisville 5 Wichita 4 (11 inr.ings) Charleston 7 Indianapolis 6 Minneapolis at Denver, ppd, wet grounds Today's Games Minneapolis at Denver Omaha at St. Paul Indianapolis at Wichita Louisville at Charleston S1 - Sneod, Hogon Trail Rookie Golf Leader when a rib injury kept him out of action. Giardello suffered a face ctil In a sparring workout while prep,ping for Ihe second fight in April, and again il was postponed. Meet to Plan Terms For Heavyweight Bout NBW YORK (UP) - The air should be charged with tension today when the rival managers of Floyd P a 1.1 c r s o n and Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson meet lo work out terms for a proposed heavyweight title botil. Emil Knee, the newly-designal- ... , i-cl promoter who -hopes to siage ri h ^±JT,?:i™t°? o u' s "7 l derense » l a - vcw York ball park in either June or nw Jl-m and two singles. Catcher John Cus D'Amnto, Patterson's US Davis Cuppers. Play West Indies PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (UP)— The United States Davis Cup tennis team exuded confidence today as It faced the British West Indies squad in the opening matches of their American Zone eliminations. BASSEY VS. HAMIA NEW YORK (UP) - The proposed world featherweight title bout between Hogan Bassoy of Nigeria and Cherlf Hnmia of Algeria will be staged at Syracuse, N.Y., June 21 if the now dale is acceptable to Hamia. Jersey-.Jones, U.S. representative for Bassey, revealed Thursday he 'had obtained the new dote for the championship fight and now must await confirmation from Hamia and his manager, Philippe Filippi. ,one by Jim Lemon produced, matches ,'Washington's runs. Frank Robinson singled home Wally Post with two out -in the 10th to lift tiie Rcdlegs into the NL lead. Tom. Acker shut out the win his third g'ame. Al Smith's double scored Jim Busby with Cleveland's winning run and gave Early Wynn his fourth win of the year. Tito Frnn- cona and Ray Moore homered for the Orioles. Williams Disciplined Again For Bat Tosses BOSTON (UP) - Ted Williams' temper fouled him again Thursday. Ho was reported to American League headquarters for disciplinary action for bat-flinging. Umpire Charlie lierry said he reported the Red Sox star for fling-ing his bat toward Ihe Boston dugout after fouling oul to the catcher during the first inning of Wednesday's game .with Detroit "We've got to break up (Jiis rash of bat flingings," Berry said "One of Ihose bals are apl lo bounce in Ihe grandstand and hurt one of the fans." Mnr , , -i Williams, who was- fined a rcc- wns terminated by mutual cS ! £*'*"* f' 000 ^ SplUi " S towar(i! l '""~ reported lodaVi 1 h» c , onsa . nt ' i lne P res s box and grandstands last; repotted today lo be planning year, cou]d be fine(| or rcpr ,.i mandcd, or 'bolh, for Ihis latest incident. . Vic Seixas of Philadelphia who has led the United States into the chdlpnge round against Australia for the last six years, played Peter Phillips of Jamaica and Bernard Bartzcn of Dallas Tex faced Ian McDonald of British Guiana in the opening singles CAESAR'S HOUk ENDS NEW YORK Sid Caesar, boln will be on hand today. Neither lias disclosed the came of their bittor feud. Read the Classified Ads L. Weaver, former NBC chairman, in a producing alliance. Reliable sources said Caesar and. Weaver are contemplating production of TV shows, motion pictures, theatrical presentations, and night club shows. Caesar's aides, Carl Reiner and Howard Morris,, were expected to btr associated wilh the team. IKE GOING TO GETTYSBURG . WASHINGTON UP _ President Eisenhower planned to fly to his Gettysburg, Pa., farm this afternoon for the weekend. He was expected lo return here late Sunday or early Monday. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS W.Va. (UP)—Two old pros —Ben Hogan and Sam Sncad — set out together today to determine whether newcomer Paul Harncy is the man lo beat out. for Ihe K r >7 Greenbrier Open golf championship or merely a "one - day wonder." 'larney, i shy young sholmnker ^ ankei! _bosses, and because fr(>m Worcester, Mass., definitely was the man Ihey had lo catch as the field of 47 teed off for Ihe second round. He showed them the way Thursday with a sensational seven-undor-pnr 83. Hogan's putter and his 45-ycnr- old legs held up for him and the nightclub brawl may be headed for Washington in a multi-player deal, Martin, Bauer and four other Yankee players faced stern disciplinary measures by Stengel for stiiyi-ng oul. beyond the curfew prescribed for "Hood" ballplayers while cclcbralhiH Martin's 2<)tli birthday until Hie early hours of Thursday morning. The climax of the party was the slugging of .Edwin Jones, a 42- year-old dclicnlcsscn owner. Jones claims Ihe slugging was done by Bauer and threatens suit of $250,000. Bauer clonies it and the Yankee management believes him. Hut Stengel and the lop brass arc infuriated at (lie after-hours purlying. They feel that Mai-Lin Is Ihe ringleader in these bright-spot escapades, And sources close to I lie Yankees believe they are ready to deal Martin away, even though ^ he long was regarded as SU'iigcl's favorite player. A reliable report iiad Martin Andy Carey, Norm Siebern, Al Cicotle and a Yankee farmhand going to the Senators for Eddie Yost and a pilchcr— either Caini- lo f'asciial or Pedro Ramos. President Ca! Griffith of the Senators ir. willing. And Charley Dressen front-office assistant, is due in New York today to talk business. rind Unidentified Body INDIANAPOLIS (UP)-An un- idenlified body was discovered Thursday on the edge of White River near the City Sanitation bantam Texan finished wilh —Iwo slrokes behind Harney. Snead railied from a jittery start and carded a (Hi. This tied him for third wilh 26-year-old Billy Casper of Boniln, Calif. Three men—Dick Mayer of La Jolla, C.-ilif., Al Bassolink of Gros- singcr, N.Y., and Johnny Poll of Shreveport, La. — were breathing down their necks with 67s. And Jack Grout of Columbus, Ohio, and Gay Player of Louisville, Ky., were bracketed right behind them wilh 68s, believed the body piant. Authorities lay have floated down the river and been left at the river's edge when Ihe wat-er ievel wenl down. DOUBLE-HEADER SUN.-NITE KOKOMO Lait wi<k'i rained. out Soml' and F*a)ur*. PIUS REGULAR 8 EVENTS and FOREMEN'S RACE MODIFIED STOCK CAR RACING Save Money on MUFFLERS TAIL PIPES CHEVY 1919-52 NO P. O. MuHlor J6.29 Tollplp« $J.»0 FORD 1949-53 ~~ _Mufflor $6.35 Tailpip. $2.90 WYMOITTH 1949-54 ^|u_«l.r $7.10 Toilplp. $3.35 BUICK (SCRIES 40) 1953 Muffhr $7,95 _ Tallplp._$3.45 DODOE 1949-52 MuffUr $7.80 Tallplpi $3.91 PONTIAC 1949-54 ~ Moffltr $4.35 Tallplp. $3.20 Installation Charg* for Ih. Tailpipt and MuHlir ONLY $2.90 MUFftEH ONtY $1.75 TAILPIPE ONIY $1.00 ASTERN TIP Corner of 3rd and Mark** LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY

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