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BOHT IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, AUGUST 22,1959. 50 Report for Football Practice at Wakefield HiglvSchog! 'Mending M-W Champs Take on Bessemer Aug. 29 WAKEFIELD Fifty football candidates have reported to Coaches Roman Yatchak and James Daniels at Wakefield High School. The Cardinal mentors are preparing the 1959 edition of the Red acd White for WakefieWs grid opener at Bessemer Saturday, Aug. 29.

drills have on the program for the Cardinal Rod- ders for the past two weeks, with much stress being placed on conditioning and fundamentals, along with signal and formation sessions. A full-scale scrimmage session Friday climaxed the second week of uitensive training. Thirteen lettermen are back from last season's fine, undefeated Michigan-Wisconsin Conference championship aggregation, including nine seniors and four juniors. Monogram returnees include jeniors Tom Cvengros, Brian Davidson, Raymond Joki, David Laine, Gregory Miheve, Larry Ncz- nanski, Louis Parent; a 1 Ulvila and Kenneth Yatchak: juniors; Daniel Ahonen, Robert. Erick- pon, Richard Ferrando, and Tom Miheve.

Missing from last year's fine club are such stalwarts as Dick Koski, area scoring champion and Upper Peninsula "back of the year." Sports scribes hailed the hard-driving Redbird backfield ace as one of the most outstanding in the area for sometime. In Jim TreUin. tackle, was also a member of the first team a year ago and was one of the mainstays in the Cardinal forward wall. Other standouts lost through graduation are Jerry Bugni, versatile backiield performer; Ed Linn, center; and Norman Peterson, tackle. Wakefield will play an eight- game schedule again this year, meeting three opponents on the road and five on their home turf.

One newcomer appears on the Cardinal slate this year. Calumet will play at Wakefield on 17 and returns to the local schedule after a lapse of 31 years. Wakefield last met Calumet on the gridiron in'1928, battling the Copper Kings to a scoreless deadlock. Calumet was contracted by local Sfhool autliorities Hancock, which has been a Wakefield opponent for many years, was dropped because of scheduling difficulties. Included on WakefieWs 1959 personnel roster are nine seniors, IS juniors, 12 sophomores and 14 freshmen: Seniors Tom Cvengros, Brian Davidson, Raymond Joki, David Laine.

Gregory Miheve, Larry Nez- uanski, Louis Parent, Ronald Ulvila. and Kenneth Yatchak. Juniors Daniel Ahonen, John Almli, David Day, Robert Erickson. Richard Ferrando, Louis Gembolis. William Knaack, Dewey Maki.

Tom Miheve, Michael Radowski. Dennis Rolando, Joe Sanchez, Robert Smith. Everett Wertanen, Richard Valesano and Joe Yatchak. Sophomores Gene Ament, John Franck, Richard Johnson, David Londo. Tom Neznanski, Robert Orlich, Donald Sawaski, Tim Williams, Chris Zielinski, James Spencer, Robert Koski and Gary Laine.

Freshmen Hayward Anderson, Gary Antilla, Steve Day, Da vid Hocking. James Hodge, Terry Korpi, David King, Peter Petranek. Robert Salmefa. Douglas Sy- reini, Lsrry Yatchak. Steve Yat- chak, John Howe, and James Del Favero.

Coach Yatchak's charges posted a perfect record in 1958, defeating Bessemer 13-6, Ironwood 13-0. Han-1 cock 38-6, Ashland 45-0. Houghton 28-0, Hurley 34-12, Iron River 13-0 and Ontonagon 50-6. The Cards 3959 gridiron schedule follows: Aug. 29 Bessemer, Away.

Sept. 4 Houghton. Away. Sept. 12 Ironwood, home.

Sept. 38 Ashland, away. Sept. 26 Ontonagon, home. Oct.

3 Hurley, home. Oct. 10 Iron River, home. Oct. 17 Calumet, home.

CARDINALS SCKIMMAGIv-Candidatcs for the pnration for the at Bessemer Aug. 29. here during a team 1959 Wakefield High School football squad have The Cardinals are shown completed their second week of practice in pre- scrimmage. Daily Globe Ph Foytack Pitches 4-Hitter as Qgy Tigers Shutout Red Sox 2-0 By DAVE BILES if 1 can get out to the mound." 1 1 Associated Press Sports Writer The shutout was only Hie DETROIT (API-Paul Foytack for Detroit i pitching Rv was so sick all day Friday that he didn't know until gametime whether he could go out and pitch. But he refused to tell Manager Jimmie Dykes about his upset stomach.

"I had a tough enough time i into the major leagues," Foytack explained later after he blanked the Boston fieri Sox 2-0 on just four hits. "I'm not going to miss a pitching turn Standings By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS American league Pet. G.B. Chicago 71 47 .602 -Cleveland 70 51 2 New York 61 60 .504 Baltimore 59 60 Detroit 60 62 .492 13 Boston 5G 65 .463 Kansas Citv 56 65 .463 Washington 49 72 .405 Saturday Games Washington at Chicago Boston at Detroit Baltimore at Cleveland New York at Kansas City Friday Results Cleveland 5, Baltimore 0 Chicago 5, Washington 4 Detroit 2, Boston 0 New York 9, Kansas City 7 Sunday Games New York at Chicago (2) Washington at Kansas City (2) Boston at Cleveland (2) Baltimore at Detroit (2) Monday Games New York at Chicago Only game scheduled National League G.B. San Francisco 70 52 .574 -Los Angeles 68 55 .553 Milwaukee 64 56 .533 5 Pittsburgh 61 61 .500 9 Chicago 58 61 .487 Cincinnati 59 64 .480 St.

Louis 57 68 .456 Philadelphia 52 72 .419 19 Saturday Games San Fra cisco at Philadelphia St. Louis at Cincinnati Chicago at Milwaukee 2 i Los Angoles at Pittsburgh Friday Results San Francisco 6-10, Philadelphia 0-6 Los Angeles 6, Pittsburgh 5 Cincinnati 2. St. Louis 1 staff this roylaek has two of them. He gave the Ited Sox three hits in the first two innings.

The only other safety was Marty Keough's double in the sixth. Foytack struck out tight and walked only one butter. The giiine was completed in an hour and 52 minutes, the shoitest game of the season at Briggs Stadium. "I either lose "em ouiok or win 'om quick." Foytack joked. "You know, sometimes I'm not out there long enough to work up a decent sweat." Al Kaline provided all the batting support Foytack needed for his 12th triumph.

Kaline's 22nd home run. coming in the third inning behind a walk lo Harvey Kuenn, gave the Tigers their only runs of the evening. Detroit collected four hits off starter Bill Monbuuquettc. who went the first seven innings, and two more off reliefer Nelson CJiit- tum in the eighth. Kuenn had half the Tiger hits.

PHILAD fight Archie we could, i soon, manager. A "We're rclle $10.000 9 in Philade moter Henn maker Pete It seemed garding a 2 only 11 pro the mood finished off seconds of scheduled 11 The decisi nationally 1 meant that top ranks Ray's com blow dealt 1 fights, the said, wilho probably celled. breaking out of a 1-for-U slump! Hay. with with a double, two singles and a walk for a perfect night at the plate. Foytack struck out the side in the third inning, retired two batters on strikes in the fifth and got pinch hitters Gary Geiger and Ted Williams on swinging third strikes in the eighth.

The strong-throwing righthander is coming on just as he did at the close of last season. At thnt time. Bill Norman said Foytark was the American League's host pitcher in the Inst six weeks of the campaign. Nol long ago Dykes was disgusted with Foy tack's work and in a heart-to-heart chat suggested that the pitcher rely more on his last ball and less on a slow curve. Since then Foytack has won two in a row.

"There's no sense in a guy like Foy tack worrying about slow curves and changcups," Dykes explained. "He has a good, live arm and an exceptionally good fast ball. Why not use it? Go to the other stuff later on, when the fast ball loses some of its zip." Today, the Red Sox were sched-. ulcd to make their final appearance of the season here. They had lefty Frank Baumann set to oppose Detroit's ace southpaw, Don figured thai Jeft eye ws Zack Clayto Clay has eight of his outs or TK 1 1 I iUwl 3 58 Gc DETROIT Tigers hav home atten Friday ni boosted the 924.

There remaining Al Kaiine nine of the Red Sox. I day night first season, afte sals. Catcher 'ready for Jimmie Lary and the twin bil Redskin Coach Impressed With Team Prospects By BOB MYERS Associated Press Sports Writer LOS ANGELES way things look to Coach Michael Nixon, this is the best looking Washington Redskins squad in several years. Nixon, who succeeded Joe Kuharich, has been with the Redskins as baekfield coach since 1954 and he's confident that last year's record of 4-7-1 will be vastly Improved upon in 1959. Both Nixon and Los Angeles Rams Coach Sid Gillman had to regard Friday night's exhibition as a "must" lo win.

more so for the Rams as a prestige thing for the homefolks. The 'Skins. Nixon believes, have far better over-all depth, good vete-ran personnel and a handful of good rookies of either immedi- ate or future value. Star of the show is quarterback Eddie LeBaron, the dynami 5- foot-7, ICO-pounder who led the National Football League passers hist year and is already off to a superb start this year. Two rookies figure prominently in plans at this stage.

linebacker Art Gob. a 225-pounder from Pittsburgh, and tackle Don Lawrence, 240. from Notre Dame. Top offensive backfield talent includes halfbacks Dick James and Jim Potloley, and fullbacks Johnny Olszewski and Don Bos- By LOU UCIIITELLE Moore tomorrow, if and very probably we sc ier. said Clay's happy Ready to step in for LeBaron are Notre Dame's ex-star, Ralph guaranteeing Yvon Duight Clay on Oct.

announced pn- aylor and match- an. optimistic talk re- 20-year-old fighter with Ls. but that was Guglielmi, and Eagle Day, a newcomer from Mississippi by way of Winnipeg in Canadian football. Offensive end favorites are vet- ernns Bill Anderson and Joe Walton. Defensive stalwarts include veteran Chuck Drazenovich and defensive end 'John Paluck.

fifth round of a televised fight, Gay. had reached the his division and ments reflected the his career, tentatively scheduled 23-year 1 Chicagoan will going have into detail, to be a li- ft 19-8-5 record now, he bad cut over his the reason Referee stopped the fight. draw and has won Eclipse (AP) --The Detroit passed their 1958 nnce total, night's crowd of 1B.781 His two-run blast Fri- 'e Paul Foytack his over the Sox this Major By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National JLeaxuj Batting (based on 325 or more nt bats)--Aaron, Milwaukee, Cunningham, St. Louis, .342. Runs--Pinson, Cincinnati, 108; Aaron.

Milwaukee, and Mays, San Francisco, 94. Runs batted in--Banks. Chicago, 115; Robinson, Cincinnati, 106. Hits Aaron, Milwaukee, 180; Pinson, Cincinnati, 174. Doubles--Pinson.

Cincinnati, 42; Aaron, Milwaukee, 40. Triples--Pinson, Cincinnati. 9: Neal and Moon, Los Angeles, Mathews, Milwaukee, and White, St. Louis, 8. Home runs--Banks, Chicago, 37; Mathews.

Milwaukee, 34. Stolen bases--Mays, San Francisco. 25; T. Taylor, Chicago. 20.

Pitching (based on 12 or more decisions)--Face, Pittsburgh, 150; Antonelli, San Francisco, 17-7. Strikeouts Drysdale, Los Angeles, 193; S. Jones, San Francisco, 163. American League Batting (based on 325 or more at bats) Kuenn. Detroit, Kaline, Detroit.

.327. Runs--Yost, Detroit, 95; Power, Cleveland, 88. Runs batted in Killebrew, Washington, 94; land. 90. Hits--Fox.

Chicago, 15' Detroit. 149. Colavito, Cleve- Kuenn, and Bob Wilson may be duty Sunday. Manager nominated Frank and Jim Bunning to pitch Chicago at Milwaukee, ppd Sunday Games The Baltimore Orioles Bunning be working San Francisco at Philadelphia i Sunday for a doublcheadcr. are due on two days' rest.

"Why not?" Results of Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Philadelphia Von Clay, 170, Philadelphia, stopped Sonny Rav, Chicago, 5. Hoquiam, Hicks. 138S. Seattle, outpointed Zeke Lucero, 137, Sacramento, 10. Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (2) St.

Louis at Cincinnati Chicago at Milwaukee Monday Games Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N) Stephens If San Frauicsco at Pittsburgh Wcrtz Ib Chicago at Milwaukee (N) Only games scheduled BOSTON AB Keough cf 4 Runnels 2b 1 Green 2b 2 1-13 International League Montreal 4. Toronto 0 Buffalo 5. Rochester 1 Columbus 6, Havana 0 Richmond 3. Miami 1 American A.ssn. Charleston 7-10.

Denver Dallas 7. Houston 5 (11 innings! Louisville 4. Minneapolis 3 Omaha 4. Fort Worth 2 Pacific Coast Lcairne Spokane 3-9. Portland 2-5 Phoenix 9, San Diego 1 Vancouver 1.

Seattle 0 Salt Lake City Jensen rf Malzone 3b White Buridin ss a-Geiger Mahoney fs Monbouquctte b-Williams Outturn Totals 4 3 3 3 3 2 1 0 2 1 0 29 asked Dykes. "He's young and strong, and all our pitchers have been getting three and four days' 01 rest all year. They shouldn't be tired." John Caffery, an 11-game winner 0 i for Cedar Rapids. Iowa in the 0 Class Three 1 league last sea- Doubles--Runnels. Boston, Williams, Kansas City, 31.

Triples--Allison. Washington, Kubek. New York, 7. Home runs Kiilebrew, Washington, Colavito, Cleveland, Stolen bases--Aparicio, Chicago 39; Mantle, New York. 19.

Pitching (based on 12 or more decisions' Shaw, Chicago, 12-4; Pappas. Baltimore. 13-5. Strikeouts Bunning, Detroit, 145; Wynn, Chicago, 140. Stan Hack, the old major leaguer who now manages the Denver Bears in the American is son.

resides in Toronto, Ont. He i the league's oldest skipper. He's 0 is on the Atlanta roster. I 49. AB II RBI Braves Rained Out in Third Inning as Cubs Held 7-0 Lead MILWAUKEE (AP) Rain fell at the Milwaukee County Stadium Friday night, 28,137 people got and the Braves fell five behind the National league setting San Francisco Gia- The Giants won two games from Philadelphia while the Braves v.rrc forced to call it quits with tin' Chicago Cubs at bat in the half of the third Inning and J-0.

The combination of games and weather pushed the third--place Milwaukee club another game behind the leaders and 2Vt games behind the lecond--place Los Angeles Dodgtri who won. Tht start of fame wat delayed II minutes by sudden downpour with John Biuhardt -on the for tht and Bob MI rftchiM for the Bravei. The had scored ma In tht second on two hits. Ernie Banks walked. Earl Averill singed to short center but Banks was out trying for third.

Averill taking second on the throw in. A wild pitch by Buhl enabled Averill to go to third and he scored on Art SchuH's single. The Braves did little 8117- hardt in the first two innings and then with two out in the third the rains came again and the game was stopped. After a one hour and three minute delay the umpires decided that everyone had enough moisture and called off the game. The teams agreed to make up the game in a doubleheader today.

In the first game Glen Hobbie, 12-30, was scheduled to go against Joey Jay 4-10 while in the second game either Buzhardt, 4-5, or Dave Hillman, 5-9, was scheduled to oppose Carl Willcy of Milwaukee, 4-6. DETROIT Yost 3b 4 0 0 Harris )b 4 0 1 Kuenn rf 3 1 3 Kaline cf 4 1 1 Maxwell If 2 0 0 Sacramento 2 Boiling 2b 3 0 0 i Berberet 3 0 0 Bridges ss 3 0 1 I Veal ss 0 0 0 Foytack 3 0 0 Totals 29 1 6 2 a--Struck out for Buddin in 8th: n--Struck out for Monbouquctte in 'Sth. Boston Detroit E--None. 000 000 000--(I 002 000 OOx--2 PO-A--Boston 24-10, Detroit 27-11. DP--Boiling.

Bridges and Harris; Yost. Boiling and. Harris. LOB--Boston 3. Detroit 5.

2B--Keough. line. IP Kuenn. HR--Ka- ER RR SO 2 2 2 7 Monh'qle 7 Chittum 1 Foytack 9 4 0 0 1 8 W--Foytack (12-10). L-Monbou- quette.

U--Flaherty, Umonl, Berry, tnd Honochick. Clara Hansen, one of Omaha's biggest thrill when her 14-year-old son, Tony, scored 226, 247 and 26!) for a sensational 742. That is an all-time record juniors in Omaha, HUSKY MUSK1E--The two Ironwood fishermen shown above are holding 37 pounds of fighting muskie, caught Thursday night at Pardee Lake. Frank Sopko, left, of-111 E. Ash hooked into the big fellow while plug casting.

After a 30-minute battle, he and his partner, Bob Carlson, 224 Greenbush put an end to the fight with a pistol. The fish measured 51 inches. This is the second large rnuskie caught at Pardee Lake in recent weeks. Gustave Pflugrad of Kenosha caught a 22-pounder on a flvrod at the same lake Aug. 11.

(Daily Globe Photo i Rookies to See Action Tonight In Lions Game AKRON 7 Ohio (AP) Coach George Wilson plans to continut experimenting with rookie players tonight when the Detroit meet the Cleveland Browns their third exhibition game of the summer. Wilson said he plans to start four rookie guards in the Lions' offensive lineup. The four were with the College All-stars and have trained with the Lions only since last Monday. Wilson said he is anxious to see what Mike Rabold. Bob Grottkau.

Harrv Jacobs and Phil Blazer can do. "We have to know how much help we can expect from these new men," Wilson said, "so we'll throw them against the Browns and see what happens." Rabold is the Lions No. 2 draft choice from Indiana and is rated the strongest of the four. Nick Pietrosante, the Lions' new fullback from Notre Dame, also will make his debut against the i Browns. Wilson also i i a Tobin Rote will make his first start as quarterback against Coach Paul Browns' crew.

Hole has turned in outstanding practice performances week in training. Except for the four rookies and Pietrosante, Wilson plans to make greater use of veterans than he did in Detroit's first two exhibition games. The Lions thus far have turned a 20-20 tie with the Los Angeles Rams and 'a 21-19 loss to Chicago Cardinals on the pre-season trail. The Lions open their home exhibition season next Saturday when they take on the New York Giants at Briggs Stadium in Detroit. Indians Blank Baltimore 5-0, Chisox Cut Slump on 5-4 Win By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Jack Harshman, unable to hold jobs with two clubs because he couldn't win, now is 'Cleveland's surprise crutch, giving the Indians the left-handed pitching Herb Score was supposed to deliver in their run for the.

American League pennant. Harshman's bad back led to a "damaged goods" squawk by Baltimore after a 1957 winter deal with- the Chicago White Sox. But he stuck with the Orioles and won 12 last year, three of them outs. shut- Rate U.S. Teams High for Pan-Am By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP) The head coaches of Uncle Sam's male track and field and swimming teams called their squads tremendous" today and said they expected records to be shattered in every direction in the Pan-American Games.

Both Chick Werner, of Penn State, the athletics chieftain, and Charles McCaffrey of Michigan State, the swimming top kick, predicted a huge harvest of gold medals for the United States in the third Western Hemisphere sports show, Aug. 27-Sept. 7. "Our swim team is the greatest ever assembled. by the United States," said McCaffree.

"I think every Pan-American record will be broken." "Probably the greatest team ever put together," was comment about his mighty squad. "Most of the Pan-American records will be broken." The competition among the United States entries will be fierce. Almost to a man they're aiming for gold medals here and a foot-in- the door for the 1960 Olympic Team. The swimmers ore headed by recent world record breakers Mike Troy (butterfly) and Frank Mc- Kinncy (backstroke) of Indiana, and l-year-old Alan Somers, the Indianapolis schoolboy who posted the second fastest 1,500 meters ever. The track and fielders include three 1955 Pan-American champs in 400-meter hurdler Josh Culbreath, shot putter Parry O'Brien and hammer thrower Bob Backus; and seven 1956 Olympic gold med- alists in O'Brien, hurdlers Lee Calhoun and Glenn Davis, discus thrower Al Oeter, hammer thrower Harold Connolly, high jumper Charlie Dumas and broadjumper Greg Bell.

This season, his back still corseted, Harshman was 0-6 and the Birds traded him to Boston. He won two for the Red Sox, then lost three and'they sold him to second- place Cleveland. Now, with Cleveland scrambling to catch the White Sox, Harshman suddenly has won two, saved one and lost none--figuring in half of the Indians' six victories in their last 11 games. The big southpaw, 32, won his second Friday night, blanking Baltimore on three singles for a 5-0 decision that gave the Injuns a three-game streak dnd left 'em within games of Chicago. The White Sox cut their slump at two, coming from behind for a 54 edge over Washington as reliever Gerry Staley won his sixth straight.

New York belted Kansas City 9-7, and Detroit beat Boston 2-0 on Paul Foytack's four-hitter and Al Kaline's "two-run homer. The White Sox scored two unearned runs in the first, then had to come from behind after the Senators chased Dick Donovan with two in the sixth for a 3-2 edge. Johnny Romano's two-run pinch single got back the lead for Staley (7-3) in the sixth. Foytack (12-10) walked but one and struck out eight, allowing one hit after the second inning for his first victory over Boston in five decisions. Kaline's 22nd home run came in the third against Bill Monbouquette (4-5).

It followed a walk to Harvey Kuenn. The Yankees blew 2-0 and 5-3 leads and finally needed Ryne Duren's save after the A's scored one in the ninth. With one out and the bases loaded, Duren struck out Joe DeMaestri and got Roger Maris on a foul. American Grid League Meets Ohio Lass Cops DALLAS nf 0 WASHINGTON (AP--Odds are strong that Judy Band will be a familiar golfing name in the coming years. Judy, a 16-year-old stocky brunette from the Cleveland suburb of Aurora, is the new National Girls' golf champion.

By routing Marcia Hamilton uf Evansviile, 5 and 3, at Manor Country Club Friday. Miss Rand joined some distinguished company. Previous winners of this U.S. Golf Assn. event for girls 17 and under include Mickey Wright, Marlene Bauer Hagge, JoAnne Gunderson, Wiffi Smith, Pat Lesser and Judy Elier.

Victory in the Girls' National automatically qualified Judy for the Women's National at nearby Congressional Country Club next week. Judy, winning her first major title, led fi up after nine. She lost only two holes for the round, one when pony-tailed Marcia's wood approach earned her an eagle 3 on the 15th. Fof 15 holes on the Added Arlington Race Set Today By ORLO ROBERTSON Associated Press Sports Writer Two fillies who have shown an ability to carry their speed ever a distance of ground could well put a crimp in the championship hopes of Round Table and Sword Dancer today. Round Table, bidding for his second straight handicap division title and Horse of the Year honors, is confronted by a fleet equine miss in Wiggle II, a strapping 4-year-old out of Australia and named for Marilyn Monroe.

They meet seven others in the 1 3-16 miles of the 5100,000 added Arlington Handicap at Arlington Park. Sword Dancer, well on his'road to the 3-year-old crown off a victory in the Belmont Stakes and two triumphs at the expense of older horses after finishing second in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, goes in the $75,000 added Travers at a a a Springs, N.Y. Resaca, herself a strong candidate for 3-year-old filly honors following wins in the Coaching Club American and Delaware Oaks, is in the field under a favorable weight concession. Round Table, needing a victory to send his bank roll past the million and one-half dollar mark, picks up top weight of 132 pounds the long run over Arlington Park's grass course. Willie Shoemaker will be the saddle as Travis Kerr's 5- year-old goes after me 40th victory of his career.

Wiggle, an easy winner of last Saturday's Arlington Matron, geU in with a mere 105 pounds. Sword Dancer, who'll have Manuel Ycaza in the saddle, top weight of 126 pounds with Baghdad in the 90th running of America's oldest race for 3-year- olds. Resaca, with Eddie Arcaro handling the reins, gets in with 115. CovingtonOut For the Season MILWAUKEE (AP) The Mil- waukee Braves'have lost outfielder Wcs Covington for the balanct of the season. The big lefthanded slugger a ligament in his right leg when he slid into second base in the Braves--Giants game Thursday night and was taken to a Milwaukee hospital.

Trainor Doc Feron said that the leg was placed in a cast Friday and that Covington would be lost to the club the remainder of tht season. He was hitting .279 and recently had shown signs of coming out of a batting slump. TUNE-UP BLOCK BREAKS DP DOUBLE PLAY-- San Francisco Giants sec- leading bowlers says she got her nd baseman DaTM 1 Spencer has ball in hand us he ienps over Chicago Cubs runner Arl Scliult in fourth inning at Wrlgley Field in Chicago. Schult was forced out but aggressive block prevented double play. Action came when Giants shortstop Ed Bressoud scooped up Earl Avcrill's grounder tossed to Spencer.

Cubs won, 5-4. (AP photo) the American Football League, which In 1960 becomes 'a rival of the aged a i a Football League, opened here today with franchises the major topic. Although the meeting was called by Lamar Hunt, the wealthy young Dallas oil man, lo adopt a constitution and make plans for the circuit's first draft, there was talk that an application for a franchise might be made by Buffalo. Already Seattle it trying lo qualify for a spot in the league and has until Sept. 13 to do it.

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