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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Saturday Evening, May 25, 1957. Logan FOP Opens League Baseball Card June 2 Locals Will Compete In Central Indiana Loop Lafayette Will Furnish First Opposition At Riverside Park A Week From Sunday The Logansport Fraternal Order of Police baseball team will open its Central Indiana Booster league campaign Sunday, June 2. at Riverside Park, according to the schedule released today. A 20-game card has been arranged for the six league members with the season split into two halves and the winner of each half playing a championship series in August. Last year's C1BL roster contained eight entries, four in each division. Anderson and Bunker Hill dropped out of Ihe race Ihis season, leaving Marion, Muncie, Lo- Xansport, Lafayette, Middletown and Peru to scramble for baseball laurels. Four of the local FOP contests fall on Sunday afternoons and the other six games arc slalcd for decision on Thursday nights. Following the home opener against Lafayette, June 2, Logansport will travel to Muncie for a Friday night, .lune 7 appearance and to Middletown to' play Sunday, June 9. f'eru will make its lirst visit to Kivcrsidi; park Thursday, .June 13. Acting-manager 0on Conn thf; personnel comprising the Major League Standings American League W. L. Pel. Chicago Cleveland New York Detroit Boslon Kansas City Baltimore Washington Sunday's 20 8 19 11 18 12 17 10 17 18 14 19 12 18 9 26 Games .714 .633 .600 .515 .515 .424 .400 .257 on Detroit at Kansas City Chicago at Cleveland (2) Boston at Baltimore (2) Washington at New York (2) National Cincinnati Milwaukee Brooklyn Philadelphia , ja j r | St. Louis New York club w, uncertain the school term closes an<i the college ers return to Logunsport. play- Kain postponed Inul wci.-k's .sched- ulcd non-leacii'! korno, after the (; a gainst r*T>l' hail Ko cd a Kokorrin luam the previous wec.k. All players from Cas.i and Fulton counties dusicin:; to play on tin: FO.C club thin season urn invited In th« practice tryout iiesnion 2 p.m. Sunday al. Kivcnil'le park. Local fans tho following Central Indimiu base- hall league ncbediili: for lulure imc during Ibr; w:ii:ion. THUKSDAV, MAV 30 J:4S—Lnfayi-tle «t Murloii MONDAY, .luiii 1 V. 2:30—Muiu:lir «l Mlilill'tlown 2:00—l.nfiiyi:l(c lit lx)giin«piiii 1:4.1—I'cru »t Mitrlcm KIUDAV. .JUNK 7 H:(X)—I'cm nl Lnf».yi-tln 8:1."—(.oi/anHpurl nl Munclr SATUIIDAY. .nlNf. H (!:()«—Mldilletown ill Mnrldii Hl/NDAY,. JUNK !) 2:M—I.»K<>nii|i<rrl 1st MWHIi-Urwn 2:30—Miinrlc al I'ITII TIIt.'KSDAY. JI/NI'I Kl 8:00—I*irrn »l LoHaiiii|iort KltlDAY, JUNK H 8:!. 1 *—MiirloN it Muni'io HATUItllAY, .MINK ir, fl:00—Mlililli-lown »t I.nfH.yclln KIJNDAY, JUNK Hi 2:1)0—Mnrlon nl Ixntniupiirt Ii:3(l—I'iM'u m»l Mfdillolown «:3I)—Miuicli- al l.iifn.vi'lln TIIK.HDAY, JUNK l» 11:15—Mlillllrlnwn III Munc-li! H:00—I,i>«iiiiH|inft nl fern WKI)NK.SI>AV, JUNK II) R:0fl—Mnrlon nl I.nfn.vi'K" •niliUHDAY, JUNK •/.(] 8:00—l.oi;anri|»(trl, at fjifnyeltii KltlltAV. JUNK U 8:00—-Ml(l(lli-(i,ivii lit I'lTll HAT|!|(.I>AY, JUNK az 3:1)0—Mmir'li. nl Marlon NUNUAY. JUNK 2.1 2:30—I'IM-II lit Mlllirli- 2:30—l.iirnyrUi- nl MMilli'liiwn 2:30—t.oKiiiiHtKirl lit Mitrtnn 'niUll.Sl»AY, JI'NK '/'I 8:00—Mldillctirwii nl l,"Kiiiiii|ii>rl Klt.lDAY. JUNK 211 K:00—Murlini nl I'ITII HA'tllllllAY, .11 INK ?.ll 8: IS—l,iidiri'll<- nt Monde SUNDAY, JUNK 3D 2:00—IVIiim-tr nl !,ii|/iimi|iorl ;:::io Miirl.m ul Mlililli-lowii 11:00—I,iit/iyi'll.. n( PITH TIIIIK.IIIAY, JULY ^ 2:01) - I,nr;iyi>ilr nf f.oKiinnpfirl X-.M— I'I-I-H »l Mlil<lli-liiwn ll::iO.-.|Vlhi'li)i! nl Miini'le 7:IM)--I,(ij;iiiin|iorl nf l.nfnyi'ltn FRIDAY, JULY R (1:00—I'ITH nl l.nfn.yi-tli 1 HATUKDAY, JULY II K:nil--Mlililli>l»u'ii ill Miii-li.n H: I.",---!,<l|/lilin[,nrl nl Mullein HUNDAY, JULY 7 X::i(l -l.ii|{iiMn|inri nt ivil'lilli'litwii Z;3li--l.«riivflli< ill Munrln 2:;i(l-. I'urii ill Miirluii 'I'llUH.MDAY, JULY II fl:l)(l~-i\7liii*'t( i jit l,i>i/!iitn|Mir(. KIUDAY. JULY I,'! K:IHI - Mlilill.-lnivn n) IVni HA'I'UKDAY, JULY I,'I *:(lll—I.nfn.vrii,, „( Mni'liin .SUNDAY, JULY It fl:ll(l— Mnnr'li- nl l.iilnyi-lli- KMII-'Murlnii nt Mlililli'liiwil 2:01)-. I.Mf/mii,|H,rl nl I'l-fli 'I'UKHDAY, JI'I.Y III It.-L". -Mlililleliiivn MI Mlllirln H:llll--Mni-lnn nl I'oru TIIUKNDAY. JIII.V 2.1 Billll -Mlililli-linvii nl l,i>Kmi«|t»ii I'-IIIDAY. JUl.V XII Jl!li()-M It- nl I'ITII 11:110 IVlai'luu ill l.ntnyi'llK HUNIIAY. .1111.V ;:il ?.:M~ Lnrn.ynlln nl Mlilil!«ti>wii ?,;.'IO—I'fi'u ni MIIIH-II- 2il)l)-~Miii-|iin nl l,ii|/nii«|iini TIIUIIMDAY. AUi;. I BHIO —I'ITII III I,il|jmia|illl'l SATUKDAY, AU<i, 5 H:HO~Minu'|f HI iviiii'liiii «:OII— A1lili|li<lntvii ill Lllfnyellw SUNDAY, AUtl, i 8:30—MIIIK-II. ill. Mlililliitnivn •!:.'lO~l..ii(iuia|ii,ri m Mnplm, M:OU..~l.iirn,vii|ln Ml. I'rl'il MILLKKH TKIM INOIANH MINNKAPOUS L'l'i Tin. In- <lliniii|Kilin linllmin in II ! f n d a dinner lo H»ln n nmiii< oil third- phce Mlaiutapolln In Ihn AliliM'l" cmi AsifU'lallfin (''rldiiy night, Mlniina|i:illn eiiinn from htihliut tut un II !i vlcl'H'y, Chicago League W. L. Pel. 2.'! II .(J7(( 19 11 .Bffl in n .(>:M 1.7 IS 14 17 J4 It) !) I!) II 22 ,5B7 .452 .424 ..121 11 .2<)7 13 New York a! (Brooklyn l'il.t.';burgh at Philadelphia Kvankee al Chicago (2) Louis at Cinclnnali (2) Wichita American AxHodntli W. 25 St. Paul 21 Minm-.ap'ilbi 2-1 ladianapol:.-! ... I'd. ,7M .DIM .KI2 .500 .457 .4(1(1 .410 HI II', Charleiilon 17 Denver !,'{ Louisville 7 Wichita I) SI, Paul I) Minneapolis II Jridbin.-i'polbi 5 Ui'iiver 4 Charloritori !l (12 Innings) Omaha (1 Louisville S IH Innings) ' Toilny'x Gnini'S Wichlla ill. St. Paul liiillanapolhi at Mlnneapolln l.oui:.v!l!i: al Omaha (.'harleclon al. IJonvi-r I.U. Favored To Win Big 10 Track Honors KVANSTON, III. 'Ill') .-Indlaim, led by an Olympic c-limirp and n .Hl!jir ,-,oplnnnori!, took on HID ro/it of the Dig Ten l.ndny In Ihn con- fnritncii'n miniinl outdoor tra.ck menl. The niilt/lity HoimliM'/i, who already Ki'i'l'bed Iho Indoor track crown, i|iinllfled i:i men fur toilay'ii outdoor final.*!, four more nl'lilrlnn I'linn Indlami'n nean-nl. challonKi!!', Ohio SUili*. The lloiviloru nho |>li-lu-.(l up lli.-eii polnln by plndni; In [''-rlibiy 1 ;! lone final, tint dl:n:iri JIMHV li'lnnlii la the olhor K! nvnnlu wero MirhiMl- iiled lor l^diiy. Olyinple champion (!r«t: Mull nnd iioplioinorit «eiinal.loa Will-In May paced the lloo;iii!r;i during Iho <>ii'illfyliiK roinifln. Itell ohallii-d up lh(t dny'M be.-il marloi In Ihn loo-yard dmih, l.'hn y^'.o-ym'd da-ill mid Hat bi-oml jump. lie waii duelled al. ;(iti II In the. Kid, :'!.\A In llm '.'.:> J I nml litnped ?:', fun!. :i l; j Inehivi In lint broad iuiirp. May turned In Mm ilay'ii fi)|) tlino/i In hoLli Ihn 1211-yiii'd hlnii liiinllr.i nml llm y,'J.a vni'd low linr- illfn, Ho loud Ihn hltflm In :I4.V, whlln dlri|Hfrili!K of thn low.-i In Tho lilroa^ntil. piMVioiinl rliallnimn lo I'.ell and May M;I piirloi'inoi'ii appeared lo coma from Olympic I'liamploa (llrnii Davlii of Ohio .Slale. l>:ivbi won lil» heiil;i In hnlli hlKh and low hurdlon and Jilfio i|oallllnd in two oilier evnnU, Hie TOli yard dtr.li and l.ln< broml Jump 'Phe liuelinyed oai'lior hail linen ronnideroil n eo lavorlln wllh Indi mi for loday',1 Illln, Thn lloorilorn ilKnil Ohio Mlaln from Ihn biilnrn' rlimiiplonnliip whnn Ihe lluelieye.'i' mile relny lomii wnn dlni|ualll'lnd In Ul.i lll''e!'fl Ifiht llVUHt. Noi'lJiweHtern football halflinek Wlliiinr l''(m'lei' lurnnd up an a ila.'.h .-Jar iliirlnK the ipmllfylnij I'liiiinln, I'Viwier won bin hi<aln In JHiI'li 1,1m 100 and m-ynrd ilnnhi'n, wblln Hut Wlldculfl an a wboln i|iinllfleil ;.lx limn I'm' thn (inalri, Miehlumi alno pbirnd ilx inmi In lln- flnnln, whlln MInneiiola i|iial! lied live; I'liriliui, Four; Illlnoit, Ihree; Inwii mid WlNcon.illl, two each; mul MleJllaiiii Hllillt, (inn, lnillmin';i Ihnm polnl.i In Iho illnenn throw CIIIIKI W'lmn Clm-onon Lann pliii'i-d third, Tin' nvmil WIIN won by Mlnniifiol'Pi'H Dale Vimkoy, who threw l.'ho (11,-iciu IW) foul 4!4 liii'lii-.i. Illlnol:!' lloli I'l'llnat wnn /H'roinl, whlln anollinr lllinl, ba^kitlbnll eoil" ler Ted Cala/a '.vin roin'lli mid town's Jjiinnx YOIIIII-! wnn (Hill, Wilt tiho Stilt Savs He'll Return to Kansas LAWKKNCK, Kim, (III 1 )- Wilt Big Ten Votes Two Revisions For Aid Policy Study Third Change Designed To Equalize Student Costs Between Member Schools EVANSTON, 111. (UP)—Big Ten faculty representatives, with two revisions in their revolutionary aid-to-athletes plan already behind them, planned today to work on .still a third, designed to equalize .student c-osts between member schools. An things now stand, a Big Ten university may only provide an athlete with enough to meet costs at that particular school. However, some conference schools are more expensive lhan others and Uius actually would be giving more aid. Informed sources said they expected the faculty representatives to come up with some type of equalization plan during today's wind-up session of their week-long meeting. Karller, faculty members approved two other modifications in the new atihlcte scholarship plan: —Outstanding students, those in the upper quarter of lhci-r high school class who s-tny in the upper quarter of their college classes, could receive tullion, room, board and books. The original plan called for tuition only lo students In the upper third of their high school class who maintained U averages through college. —A nlaf[ member could visit, prospective athletes off campus onto tile athlete accepts the aid offer of Ilin .school to wlilch the staff mem-her belong. 1 ). To bo effnel.ivc, however, bolh modlfli.-nllnim inusl lie approved by all conference schools. Meanwhile, Hlx Ten athletic directors mil.hori/.od Cmiiinl'i.shiiior Kenneth I,. Wll.'ion to hire a full lirni! "examiner," who would do nothing elae but keep n wealhor- eye on the al.hlelle aid program mid make sure everybody piviyuil iicc'ordlag to rules. Wilson denied that the nxmiilncr would bo an "lnveBl.lna.liM-," lie nald that wlUi some 1,000 athleliin Involved In the aid program ouch yem', a full llinn examiner was neiided, Tim allilolU: illrcelm-H nlxo approved nn iiHnieirient. with NliC which, In irflix.i, would mean Hint I'.lli! Ton IUIHII.S will be .icen on live rnglimal television diirliiK eight Saturday;) of the. i.-iinlerein.-ii'w nine week iieaiion. Tll« coal met provided for loin- V'l.-iinp, i.'i>iijorunen lool.bnll llMilllll on lour regional ilale.-i llil.'i I'nli. NIUI will be allowed lo ollher no- li-et four ItlK 'I'en xamen or pleli Ihriii! eonforenee i/nmeii and n lourlih between Noire Damn mill a ItlH Ten /idiool, Akins Notches TKO Over Bcccham in 3rd WASHINGTON (111 1 ) - Virgil Akln.'i, I'ollowInK lil'i 'iiipro.'i.-ilvo tlilril-i'oiiiiil TKO Friday nlghl over yoiiiij.; .Ilinniy lloecham, today do nianiled n Utie lion!, wllh wnller- welKht king Carmen llanlllo. lint Iliiiinham mid hlii mmiiiKor, Angelo Dundee, fumed at tho lie- lihihm mid ol.miionid I'or an Inline- dlaln n>imiMi. HuiU'luuiii, n naillvi 1 of I'lillmlel- phl.a w 1 !)') now maiu'fi iil.'i hatne In Miami, Fin., wn« Hrp al llm niiint of iilno bill Iti'fereii Marly (inlln- "They nliinildn'l IIIIVH nUippi'il II. after only one Itnoeittlown," tine.iih- am nnld miHi'lly. DcMarco Favored To Outbox Byars HO.STON (III 1 ) Tony Di'Mnr- CO, wnmlnn-l'iii'iiil lni'ini'r weli'T- wnljjlit ehitinp, wmi a nllfjlil bulling Invoi'ih'. ove-i' I'anry •jili-.ppinj.j WullMi- llym-ii In llieh- lo-rouml I'lK'il liniliihl al Hie tiiirili'ii. Tin' nilil.-i al weigh In lime loilny won: ton In favor of lint rough Illlle brawler IVom llm Noi'lh I'liul, Thin blithered the corky, ihi'ppni' llyiirn not one bll. «evnn- toot Ininlii't-liiill All-Aiilcrlea, mild Kililay IIK plaiw Ui rnluni lo Kan- sari lhl,-i full nml nintlmi" working toivni'dn n ili'Hi'f-o, (ilitniilierliiln l.inneil n sliileineiH dl/ipolllnii niiniii'rt Ilial In, inlulil. quit colli>i>liitn Im.iknthiill lo join Ihn llai'linii Ololmlrolloi'ij. Two Upset in Grade Games Two of the city's grade school baseball league front runners were spilled Friday afternoon in games played with Franklin's Bulldogs providing the biggest surprise, an 8-5 win over Columbia's powerful Red Devils. '.Jefferson's Wildcats trimmed the Daniel Webster Warriors in a hot ball game 7-4, Tipton's Tigers rambled past the McKinley Hill- toppers 13-3 and Longfellow's Poets blanked Washington's Continentals 10-0. Franklin grabbed a 2-1 lead on Columbia in the first inning and, sensing an upset, went on to beat them, climaxing the drive with a four run explosion in the third inning. Columbia tried to fight back but couldn't quite close the gap. Fred Klnenne hurled the first inning for Franklin and Dave Emerson took over In the second to finish the game at Crain field. Terry Caughell und Bob Hayden shared hurling dutic.s for Columbia. Klnunno smacked a home run and Kenny Gundrum had two singles and Tom Gaby a double for the winning Bulldogs. Bob Kerns blasted u triple, longest of four Columbia hits. Jefferson came from behind in the Ifi.sl of the third to take a lead on Daniel Webster and went on to win 7-4 at Tower park UH the oa-HcMidurs eoininiltod five errors. Don Spoilel and Mob Luet/.nw ench hit. a double for Jefferson while Frank VRello had two hiU nntl Dick Vlli;llo got u double for Wcb- slcr. Tlplon had little trouble with McKlnluy nislilng over five, runs h; the first inning and raced on to win Ul-:i at Columbia school fluid. Mike Md''a!.rld|.:n hud two triples mid Mllio Smith gut one 'l-ba.so blow to load tin; Tigers backing up harry Koshir'.i flue :i-lill pitching. '.'iiiiiKi'ellow hu.stliMi past th(! Wa.shingl.nn nliu; at Kail-view park lii-0 ii» Turn rarrn.lt pllehetl n 0111:- lil'.UT. Washington's lone blow was a filnKli; liy Dlrlc Itlgglu. Johnny I'alwl. had Iwo hits mid Buddy Do- (.•nbnugli KiiuiNlittd a two-run triple for tin: I I.:;. The msult.s lofl. l.ong!'(!l!»w mid Tlplim Und for first plum in Urn city litiiitiii!, uiich with mil' IIIS.H. They iii-o Hchixlulcd lo clash ne.x! wiii'lt. (.'uliiiiibln hll,M)l)-r> 4 I Franklin HI4,()lx.-ll 7 :i (Imiiihi'll, llnydiiii mid Wonil; Klooane, Kiiinpion mid (Jxfarlli. Daniel Webster (III,();',()- •! 7 fi Jiiffur.sDr, l(M,2()x.~Y (( a Whil.ii. Diimily mill llllil.'i; 1-lltU- mill I'imr. Tipinn (ii!i,:iii'i~ 1:1 i« :: MeKlnley <WO, 1)1(1 — II U (I Kinder mid lloll; lta.'i.'iI(T mid Mc- Cln.'ikoy. W.i'ihliiKlon 00(1,1! •- 0 I 4 Longfellow IIVII.x ••!() 7 0 HIHKlo mid llitwltl; I'aiTHI. mid (Honbaii;.;li. Jackson Predicts He'll Take Crown From Patterson NKW YORK (IM 1 )- "III II! riHiikl'i I'll eliaun him Into l.ho ean- VIIM," elialU'iij.!' 1 !" Tummy (llui'rl- eane) JaeliHOn wild today. ShriiH'HlMH ol'l tha oddn Unit iniuiit him a 'l-l niiilnriloK lor lil:i in-'Wly iil^nod Juty lllli" 'flMlil. wllh linnv ; ,vwe!j.;hi champion Flnyil I'at" leninn, TOIIIIII,V I'nt'alled, "I wail I'lmiin' on ;ilr:ilijJ at llii> I'limih of \lt wllli lilni liDil. year," NiW'itholcH.-i, oilil.'i man Kilillii Hii;-ilnii i|in>teH ynuiiK I'altoriinn n firm '1 I Invnrlle, mid i; V ft ehoi-en In kliiirli i):il Ilin I liirrli'iiiiii III their rliMlil|>lollalil.p ll|-:lil. Ml. l.hn 1'nlo (ii'ounilii, In tho hint week ol' July. I'l-i'iimln 1 Kmll l,eaei> aKn IniiK-lieil dnwn Ui" iKlila anil do- elm'ed |ho l'allornuii',lni'li;ion tllla llH'lil "nilrh a iniTirir. alli'aelum" lie may lii'lio n ii'HYIUlOO Kmnliln mid allow II on llieiil.i-n.TV limloail ol himie-'I'V. l.riii'i! hn.'i i/uariuilnnil l'all<i|"ii)ii iilnml .11/0,1)011 mid Jnrkmiii niiniil :|::!:-.,IHil) Iroin the iiiliiliiiuni 1)1)1) he eail aerial liiim any lirulii! al TV, arrnrilliu! to llm t'unl.i'nittil nlt/iieil FiTday, I'all"i';iim, ili 1 ., won n riplll. I?,round dei'lnlim over the llurrleaiie, 211, nl Mailbiiin ,'M|Uai'o (jnrilnii, June II, Yesterday's Results American League Washington 010 000 000— 1 4 0 New York 022 Oil 02x— 8 13 0 Ready i/rrvrv// 40 Drivers for "500" Tests INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UP)— About 40 streamlined roadsiers .were expected to be pushed to the Stob'bs, Clevenger (3), Hyde (7) (starting line today as the final and FitzGerald. S'.urdivant (3-2) I time trial weekend for next Thurs- and Howard. Loser— Stobbs 10-9). HR—Carey (4th). Boston Baltimore Sullivan, Delock Wight, Houlteman (II), Johnson (0) Winner— Delock day's 500-mile auto race opened under threatening skies. I The parade of powerful car's was 002 000 020— 4 10 Oiled by those of national champion 000 030 000— 3 6 0|jj mm y Bryan and Paul Russo but (7) and White. ((!), Ceccarelli and Trlandos. (2-3). Loser- Wight (1st). (0-2). HR — Bridewesor Chicago Cleveland Uni'shmnn, (WO 012 000— 3 100 0!0 20x— 4 Fischer (I), Lu- Pulme (7), Staley (7) and Uillnr, Lemon, Tomnni*k (7), Narlcski (U) and llcgan. Winner (1-0). Loser—Fischer Tornflnek (2-1). Detroit at Kansas City, ppd., ruin f) 0 NaliOMiil League i Milwaukee 101) ODD 000—1 i Chicago DID aoa oc«—5 DO Spnhn, Murff ((i), Jolly (0) and Cruiuliill. Drivbowsky (2-,'l) and rinii. User— S|)iilin (4-2). lilt :—'I.Ornngu-(lst). New Y-ork Dili) oi)0 000— ft n o Brooklyn 030 I III* 2(>x— II 10 0 An'onelli, Barclay (5), Rid/.ik (7), Cousin-urn (111 and Kail. Newcombe (4-3) and Cair.pnnella. Loser— Aalimolli (;i-!>). H'llS—Ciwnpn- nellu 'J. (Mil nml (il.h), .Kurlllo (Bin). I'lllsbui-gli IHO 200 OOO— :* 7 0 Philadelphia 0(W OIK) 11.x— 7 II 1 Frlijml, Arroyo (ID nnd Kniles. Hanl'ord, Kan-ell (II) and Lopala. Winner— Sanford tG-l). l,o.si:r— Friend CM). Ill IS — Fernando/, drill, llupnlskl (2nd), Jlaniner <:ird), .Jones (51 h). Si- 1.011 Is o;il o;io :\W— !) 1.1 o f Cincinnati loi) |(X) 004— (111 0 i .Jones. .Jackson (4), Wlllielm I!)) •and II, .Smith. Nii.x'hall, Maeker id), Jef,fe<ial CD, Kanelio/. KD, jFinvlor (III anil Bailey, Wlnnei--.- j.lai.-kHim 1S-I). l.oser — Nilxhnll Charge Williams Sharpened Eye On Birds With Shotgun HUSTON (IJI'I- All Mlilelnl o( Ilin Mii»Miii'iiiimi|.|.i Society for llm I'revenlloii ol' Cniclty lo' Animals ('hni'Ki'il llortliw I|IM| Sox jiliiHKi.r Ted VVIIII/iiiw loilny wlHi .•iliar|ien- llIK IllN llUI'.uil lllllllllH iiyo on l''|.||- way Park piHeon.^. WIIMlUIIN. wIlllMIl .417 lilltllllf! iivnr/iKii luiulii Ixitli iiialur leaHiieii liy fit polal.i, WIIN Mi.'en.'ieil of lilai.l- liiH llm plKeoii.., wllh a KliiilfjiHi In roiinhly Ihe Name m'en wlini'n lie ilrlved llm iimjorlly of hlH limie jlills, MHI'UA ulilcf proniMv.illiu! nl'l'leer llnniinii N, Demi .i/ild Jiln ilepmi- liliinl. rei'elvei! n ri'imrl Hint "30 lo 40 plunaiti" were iilmiHlilei'ril liy Wlllliuiw riicniilly, lie Mild reporln ri'aeli.luH !I!H iln- parlnicml indli'iiled Wllllmiui nat In !n ehali' near the Iliid Sox duKiail I anil pojipeil ul'i' plKi'iniM mi I'li/il. an they /ilntwed up, Demi ,<iald inve.'illKallon (if pnllee I'lU'oiiln falleil lo reveal Ilia! » per- Inil Iliid ln'eil l.'i.>iii(>d !n llui Ued Sox iiianai.:e'ineiit lui killing ol'l Mie plMi'onn, He alno elled val'linia ' t'lly 'inlliiaiice,>i wlileh nialie raieli liiiiiilt!iorl'/,ed ai'llvlly piinl.'ihnlile by i'lne or up In a iiinnl.h In jail, T,!io MHI'CA laveiillwiloi ;iald lie'il be wnll-liiK nl. Hie M't'liwuy gill.en Mniidiiy when I lie lleil Sox ri'lni'ii IIOIIU1 I'l'om 'Uill.liuore. Doiiii mild, "We'rn t!"liiK ovm 1 Ilierii anil tlira.'ih It out wllh Iheiu." the weathermen held the trump card—just as he did last week. Only nine cars were qualified in the rain-shortened first weekend and forecasters held out little hope for improved w-eather conditions. If Uie program goes off on schedule, Bryan will be first on Campy and Newcombe Boost Brooklyn Stock Two long-time roommates, Roy Campanella and Don Newcombe, cooperated to bring the Brooklyn Dodgers to within two games ol first place. Fresh from a five-game benching for weak-hitting, Campanella returned to (he lineup Friday fifth. Bob Lemon started for Cleveland but was forced to leave (he game with a severely strained left thigh in the seventh. Relievor jDick Tomanek was the winner and Bill Fischer the loser. Lapse Boats Orioles Pitcher Art CwcaivlK's tile s'.tirting line, when the green Hag is raised. Tlie original forecast of possible showers by this afternoon or evening was revised to scattered showers day-long and the outlook for Sunday wasn't nny better. If rain prevents compl-ctinn of the M-car lineup for Lhe annual Memorial Divy classic, iiiuillfiea- lions will be extended lo Monday or Tuesday if necessary. Russo's Novi was considered Hie best, bet lo shalltT Hie one and four-lap records of Mli.OSii and Mri.5% m.p.h. respectively sel by I'lit. Flaherty last year. Hn.s.so Hleered liLs eight-cylinder superciharged mauliine nround the course al a speed of close lo MB mph Friday—faslesl praclk-e lap tills spring. Te-mnmate Tony Hel- lenhau.scii, in nmilher Novl, did nearly as well, but the su<per- chtirgiM' mechanism VH\K dnmaged and the ear was pushed back lo the gimme. From a weal her slamlpolnl, Friday was the best day In nearly l.wo weeks. P'orty ears I mill prae- lice spins, but one was elinvlnaled from further eonipelllion here tins year. Hoolile 't'ony H o n a d i e H, llninx, N.V., lost eonlrol In Hie norlbwesl turn and hit lile wall tall first. Iliiniiilirs escaped serUius Injury bill Ihe em- w.as IIMI r-xlon- .slvi'ly ilmiiaKed to be repaired for Hie race only five days away, II was liln* eighth crash slni-e Ihe Irnek openeil May I, mu! Hie sei'- oiul time a car was dmnaKed br- yiind ropnlr for tills year, Keith Andrews wius Injured filially hi a sma.sbnp May IB. The brand-new ear he drnvi 1 was owned by Iliillnn nee Nino Farina, who then deelded In watch tills year's event from Ihe »lmills. Sof^all Season Will Begin Sunday Initial aelion In .snflhall jjamosj at Hlvi'i'iilde park will bujjin on i Suailny evenliit; and continue for. much ol Hie c.nniiiiK week, II was' annoiiueiMl yesterday by l.awreuee .loaeii, elly pnrk.'i ntlilotlc dlrnclor. Kll,;bl dlffei I leains are .seheil- uled to .'iet< aelion nil Ihe loeal field In II inlnK wneli, No con- lests are lionkKil on Weilmwilay or Thiii'Milny nlnhlH and Friday hi de- villed In Ihe Im'al hlKh school limn'- hall loam which linn a double header wllh Wolf Lake srheduliMl. The list of KIIIIH'.'I booked nru n.'i fiillnwii: Sunday • Y:00 (Iraiw ('reeli vs. HAW; li:lli Walton VH. YMC.A. Monilny 7:00 Wi'i/nrt'ii vs. HAW; II: ill II. II. -Hi-llli Fljjhloi- llimilwni v:i. (ii'Miui f'reeli. Tiii'Milny 7:00 Wiillon v.-i. 7: p .lllh A.t:. .4 W. Si|ilrn.; II: Hi Weiierl'ii v;i. Wailoa. Friday li-ofl llerrlon V.H. Wolf I,aim (llaneball). Sci'uml faille al night nnd blasted two homers to ( inning mi'iu.il lapse enabled the drive in four runs in a G-0 vie-1 Red Sox to score tho winning run lory over Uie New York Giants. | against tho Orioles. With one out Newcombe struck out six, didn't \ and runners on first and third in walk a batter and scattered ninci'lH 1 ei.qliti'i. Gone Stephens hit an hits in pitching his sixth straight I easy grounder back lo the mourn}, complete game and registering ;Oeean'lli tossed the ball to first. 'retiring Stephens but Pick Gernert raced homo with the deciding run. off loser Johnny Antonelli while Later, t'etvarolli explainoj \\a Carl Furillo added another off saw a "way uniformed figure" Giant reliever Stow Uhb.ik. | holding third base. Ho though! it The victory moved Ihe Dodgers | waji Ornert. But it was Boslen into n second-place tie with 'Mil-! *'«' lw - w ''"• u ' h •'• u -' k 1Jllr "- >! - wnukce, two games behind the I Jim Hruleweser hit his first ma- first-plncc liodlegs. who bowed to J ur ll ' ;1 « iu> llollu1 '' i]1 I'"- 1 firih wi;!l his fourth victory. Campanc-lla hit lx>t!i his homers the Curdinnls, il-li, P'riday night. The Cubs lickod (he Braves. 5-1, for of th« Orioles' runs. Iko Dolock was llm anil the Phillies defeated the 1H- winner in relief of Krmik Sullivan, rules 7-3. ' Turn Slurdivant. pitched a four- linllinis IMitve I'p [hitler t^i K':\t the Senators as Ihrt Cleveland, cliiuliod to within l\ V( iiVankoes snapped out of their hal- Kiunes of the American League ti'iK slump with Kl hits, iiu-ludini; load by sniippini; the White nine-game winnini; streak, - Huslon beal Baltimore by .same <l-:t score; Hie mauled lh ( » Senators, H-I, SDX' a two-run homer by Andy (.'aroy. ,|..;). Southpaw t'luick St"l>bs. tbe Wash- Hu'. inglDii slarter. was kn.H'keil em in the third inning am! (lie '"ss broue>it his season reeord to 0:). Yankees and rain IV- 1 " 1 ' ' lils '" sl ''' slniii:bl games dating hai'k n> '.isi SeptonilhT 5. Tile (,'nrds sna|tpi i d a fiv'e-ganu 1 losing streak ill l.'mir victory over Ihe Hodlogs but they i;ot a .ware in Iho ninl!) \vl'en Cincinnati rallied for (our ruas. Kelievor Larry .laciison posted his filth \'iclory nl- lhoug!i lloyt \\'ilhelm was the one who finally put Iho Keillors' lire out. Kookie outfielder l''raak KrnaKa. plnying in his first major leai:«e Kani< Y . homered in his first I rip to Ihe plnli 1 for Uie I'ub^ and followed with a triple nff losei War- I'eti Spahn to help Irlp Hie Hriu't's. Moo Drahow.Mty wen! Ihe nmte lor Cliieago. Tin 1 1'hillles used homo runs by I'hico l^ernaiule/.. Hip Kopulski, (li'anny llaninor and Willie Jones to hand (he I'iratrs their I till de- I'enl In Ihe last M. I'.aines. \Mi l'"rlend, I be loser, gave up first l.'iree homers while Luis royo was nicked for Joaes' eiiil. llookio Jack Stinl'onl re ed hi.', fll'lli victory. lloeliy Coliivllo drove in three of Cleveland's four runs acainsl ('hicagii even Ilionuh he K"4 only mu 1 hit, a :anKle III-, single drove In Uobhy Avlia wllh the winnine. run In Hie .sover.Hi. ami h,< nl.Mi walked ('.i I'oree hi a run in llio Ilivil mid hll a .sacnlii'c llv in Iho Colt Leaguers Are Assigned I Logaiispurl 1'nll loanuo basi'ball pi.Ivors were assigniHi to teams in jlho auelioii hold Kriilay mghl at jlhe Ihm ('rain resiiteaco. All gani'-s will ix 1 playett at Hiv- jersiili 1 park a double header earh iMniulay and siiii;lo itaiuos nil JTIiursday anil Kriday niKtils. Tha seboilulo opens Monday, .lime 10. I'layer assicnnioiits I'nlhnv Kl.K Kolis — l>w:iyno Mei'laob, I'hil Carey. Dick Donulas. Jen Holler. Larry Nelson. Kobert I'anl, j ami Don Miller. Manar.or is IXm \ Lo\vry. ! Cnnoral Tire Jots • Jimmy iSwoel. Mllio 1 .Ionian. HlH llainor, I'l'lm Wai'.uer, N'nlhan Matt. Mnn- a|.'.er is Jaelt Jordan. Alpha Hear. 1 , Jerry llalilinl, Pick Moillaml. Mark MIMWII. ''arl Mi'l'lierson. ('ar! Ilinihar. Hobby (last, Hen iMyi-r.s. Jneli (.'am. Man.iKi'r is I .on Hit. A .•; W rtrali-s- Chai'lOii MoaJe, I'll! lliMininn. ,1'ini I'nlnor. Carl W.ilkin.-,. linger .tonkins, .lorry lilaoli. Lawreiieo l-'arrrll. Mjinnijor Is llnli .lort-ell. Siiliinln,V'"Y;ini Wi'iC'rl'ii VH. tlniini Ci It; ll'illi HAW v.-:, Will I'Mjihler Itoiuber Si|drn. Read the Classified Ads NEW STATE FARM AUTOPQUCY 44 LXTRA PROTECTION FEATURES! 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