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Friday Evening, June 21, 1957. Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribun* Eleve* Sox Invade New York Tonight For 4-Game Series Yanks Slice Chicago Margin to I 1 /* Games Johnny Kucks Slated to Pitch Against Jim Wilson as New Yorkers Ride Crest of 7-Game Win Streak. NEW YORK (UP) — The world champion New York Yankees, riding the crest of a seven-game winning streak that is their longest of the season, were brimming with confidence as they awaited the start of a four-game series tonight with the Chicago White Sox. Johnny Kucks (3-6) who won the Willie Mays Aiming for All-Star Job - , - -- - , , „„ „, ,, NEW YORK (UP)—Willie Mays, seventh game of the 1956 World, who batted M zs a part . tlme Series, Is. .slated to pitch for the performer in tnrpe pre vious All- Yankees against Jim Wilson (7-3) of the Sox. The White Sox bring a IVt game league lead into the weekend war, and Yankee Manager Casey Stengel admitted that "this is our biggest series so far this season." The Yankees obviously believe they are ready to reclaim the league lead by winning three of the four games. Stengel, still glowing from Bob Turley's strong 3-1 six-hitter over the Detroit Tigers Thursday, pointed out that "my pitching straightened out now." Star games, apparently will, be voted into the National League's starting lineup for the first time this year. The New York Giants' brilliant center fielder is one of five National Leaguers who have opened up huge leads in the voting for the starter.? in the annual mid- Major League Standings National League W.L. Pet. GB St. Louis . Milwaukee Cincinnati Philadelphia Brooklyn New York Pittsburgh Chicago 34 24 31 25 34 27 32 26 32 27 27 33 22 38 .586 .576 . .557 .552 .367 13 Dickson, Musial Carry Cards Into First Place Mufry Dickson and Stan Musial, the only members of the last St. Louis Cardinal pennant winner still with the team, have turned back the clock 11 years to.l D_, P L_|| play a vital part in a ™^-iv» BaSCDOU Produce 48 Runs In 2 Little League 19 34 .358 12V4 summer classic at St. July 9. Friday's Probable Pitchers New York at Chicago —Worthington (7-4) vs Rush (1-6), Philadelphia at Milwaukee (night) —Simmons (5-3) vs Burdette (5-3). Pittsburgh at Cincinnati .(night) —Friend (4-7) vs Gross («). Brooklyn at St. Louis (night) — McDevitt (1-0) vs Schmidt (6-1). Saturday's dames New York at Chicago Pittsburgh at Cincinnati , that's carried 'he current Red' birds into a half-game lead in the National League scramble. Dickson turned in his fourth victory of the month as the Cardinals beat the Pittsburgh Pirates, 7-4, Thursday night while Musial stretched- his hitting streak to 20 games. The Cardinals have roared along at a 15-5 pace this month with Musial ba'.ting at a .400-clip Louis, i Philadelphia at Milwaukee Brooklyn at St. Louis The latest figures released by Commissioner Ford Prick's office today reveal that Mays has received 27,032 votes for center I field compared to Brooklyn Dodg- Turley pitchin' this complete I er center - fielder Duke Solder's game kept my relief men in the bullpen all day again." Stengel explained. "Now I"ve got ail of 'em ready—that is, they're supposed to be ready." Yankee pitching, as scrambled as a live-egg omelet just a couple of weeks ago, really has fallen into place since the New Yorkers' winning streak started on June 13. Five of the seven wins have boon complete-game jobs; in the other two the starting pitcher went eight innings. Stengel was particularly delighted that the seven-game streak included the last three straight over those pesky Detroit Tigers, the Yankees' most troublesome rivals in thc last two years. The Tigers were the only loam In the league to beat the Yankees on the season last year, 12 games to 10, and this year they started by whipping Iho world champions six times in the first eight games. "But now the .series between us i s only 5-6," Stengel exulted. •'•That's a lot better." The Yankees, trying to forget early-season losses, fist-fights on the field, and night club rhubarbs, figure things will be much butter from now on. Favor Essig For Golf Title LAFAYETTE (UP) — Favored Don Ksslg of Indianapolis and Shorrell Johnson of Llnlon teed off today in the 38-holc finals of the Indiana Junior Golf tournament on Purdue's South Course. Esslg, the co-medalist, advanced to thc title round Thursday with an easy 4 and 4 victory over Ron Roycr of Crawfordsvllle, the 1050 runner-up. Johnson, who upset co-medalist Harley Drake, Plymouth, Wednesday, staged a stirring corne-bnck io ouM Ronnie Atwell, I'ndlonapo-j Us, 1-up in 37 holes. Ksslg, who hasn't been extended In the tourney thus fur, grabbed a S-up load on lloycr during tho first nine holes of tho morning round, but lloycr buttled back to cut the lend to l-up at the end of IB. But Esslg, former Indianapolis Amateur and .Junior champ and n</w a student lit Louisiana Stale, came back with a 2-under-pur 34 on thc front nlnu In Ihe afternoon to build up « 5-lmle, lend nt tho three-quarter murk. He hold thai lead to close out tho match on Uie 32nd hole. Johnson, who will be a junior at Indiana Unlvenilly next fall, was 4-down lo Alwell at the halfway mark of their scheduled 30- liole match. Bui Alwell, a recent Jien Davis High School graduate now enrolled at Purdue, fell apart in tho afternoon. He carded flvo (straight bogies and soared l« a 42 as Johnson methodically cut his lead lo 2-up al tho end of 27 holes. Lady Golfers Play Throw-Out Tourney Nancy Alien, Rosemary Austin nnd Jenn McGwIn finished 1 2-3 In the "throw-out" golf tour nament feature of the roguln Thursday Indies day program al the Dyltomiin municipal course. I-ow putts pri/.e went to Knld Jones. Serving as co-chairman for the (lay were Vaughn Hunger ami Betty Kznwczyk. Fifteen ladles attended thc golf invitational at the Rochester Oiur.try club with tho following winning prizes: Sue Gaby, Shirley second-place total of 10,276. First baseman Stan Musial of the St. uouis Cardinals has attracted 32,766 votes for a 2B.OOO- lead over Gil Hodges of the Dodgers, while left-fielder Frank Robinson of the Redlegs, right-fielder Hank Aaron of the Milwaukee Braves and catcher Ed Bailey.of the Redlegs also have leads of about 20,600 for their positions. Red Schoendienst of the Braves leads Johnny Temple of the Red- legs in the second-base balloting; Roy McMillan of the Redlegs leads Al Dark of the Cardinals for the shortstop berth, and Ed Mathews of the Braves tops Don Hoak of the Rcdlegs In the voting for third base. The fan poll closes on June 27. Slugger Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox continues as the op vote-getter In the American ,cague with 39,1111 for loft field. American League Chicago New York Cleveland Detroit Boston, Baltimore Kansas City Washington W. L. Pet. GB 37 20 .G49 35 22 .621 1'A 31 27 .534 6Vt 32 28 .533 0% 29 31 .483 O'A 2(i 33 25 34 .441 12 .424 13 Offense captured the spotlight Thursday as youngsters tallied 41 runs in two Little League baseball contests. . The Schiff Shoe Store Cardinals chalked up their third straigh victory in the National Division «'. LLB by nosing out the Pennsy Family, Club Keystones 16-15 in .a scorcher at Tower'Park A double by Pat Jordan drove home Mike and driving in 19 runs in the zo.iWoqd with the winning run in the i last of the sixth. Walks helped pile O f i up the runs as the Keystones re„!,„ I ceived 23 free tickets to first arid the Cards got 13 passes. At Grain field the Lagan Machine Red Sox thumped the David Orioles 16-1 as Hod CMsholm pitched a 3- hltter and swatted a home run and a single. His -mate: helped out plenty as Mike Chadwick hod two doubles. Bob Reed got' one double, Jack Hewitt had a double and games. knocked the Milwaukee Braves out of first place with a 4-3 decision in 12 innings. The Cincinnati Rediegs vaulted from fifth to third place whan they whipped the Brooklyn Dodgers, 6-f, and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Chicago Cubs, 7-2, in the other N.L. games, Yanks Extend Streak The New York Yankees ran their longest winning streak of the campaign to seven games with n Millers Tie For AA Lead By UNITED PKESS Minneapolis battered its way into a tie for first place in the American Association Thursday, slamming out 23 hits to wallop Louisville, 12-fi. The . Millers shared top honors with the Wichita Braves after j Omaha edged Wichita, 4-3. In other -games St. Paul beat Charleston, 7-3, and Denver nicked Indianapolis, 7-4. . Right-hander Joe Shipley went the route .for»the Millers to get the win. He allowed 11 safeties but ended with a comfortable six-run margin over the Colonels. Omaha's Tom Cheney mowed down the Braves with right-handed slants and allowed Wichita a slim ration of five hits for his win. Don Demeter poled his 14th homer of the season and also doubled to lead the Saints to their win over Charleston. Ron Negray heid the Senators to nine hits. De- meler's home-run shot boosted his lead ovor rivals in that department. Marvin Thronoberry unloaded a round-tripper with a Denver mate aboard in the seventh to break a LOW AND HIGH AT WEST POINT single as did Dave Norzinskay.; 4 . 4 lic and glve the Bears t h c w i n . Dave Arnold got two singles fori nlng marg | n . curt Roberts stole the Orioles in the American dli*Ht, ome with Denver's final run in sion LLB match. the eighth. Ed Donncly allowed II IOW MAN Richard Horton Howes (left) and htgri mim John Henry Vickors shake hands during: West Point graduation exercises. Howes la from Vineyard Haven, Mass., Vlckcrs from Fairflcld, Conn. Both become second looeys. (•International Souttdphotof Today's Sport Parade 3-1 win.over the Detroit Tigers! In the Pony League show at hits but man-aged to hang on, I NBW VO RK (IJP)-Jack Tigr-e. crngo of 1.62." ,}-! Will UVUI lilt- l^unull. Aifaul^l „_!.._ .,11 H... ....... f«- lite. ttll*.rt tllrt- . -. . -r .1... t-v_t_«U TM.«..,% l» „ It. and moved to within IVj games of Friday's Probable Pitchers Cleveland at Washington (night) —Mossl (4-0) vs Sti/hbs (0-11). Kansas City at Boston (night)— Burnclle (4-4) vs Nixon (4-3). Detroit at •Baltimore (night) — Bunnlng (7-1) vs Johnson (5-6), Chicago at New York (night)— Wilson (7-3) vs Kucks Ci-B). Saturday's Games Cleveland at Washington Chicago at New York Kansas City at Boston Detroit at Baltimore (night) 21 42 .333 19 the American League lead when American AHtiocIallon St. Paul 38 2B Wichita 31128 .57(1 the Baltimore Orioles bent the first-place Chicago While Sox, 4-1. The Boslori Red Sox downed the Cleveland Indians, 9-7, and the Washington Senators defeated the Kansas City Athletics, 9-4, in other A.L. activity. The Yankees and White Sox open a four-game but- tle for the lead at Yankee Stadium lonlght. The 42-year-old Dickson limited the Pirates to two runs and seven hits before retiring with a stiff arm after eight Innings. Musinl, who doubled In the first Inning to kcop his s'renk Intact, drove In .ail O ne run with a sacrifice fly in the Fairvlew the Grusenmeyer Pon- going all the way for his third vie-1 lhe fi ery manager of the Detroit i There Is a light mood about the tlac Indian's won a playoff of o tory. Starter Duke Markcll was the ' -•- '™-— .......... .,.„.. previously suspended game, scor-" '" "~~ T ~ JI ing In the seventh and only Inning played for a 5-4 win over the loser for the Indians. First Federal Savings Tigers. Then in the regular game the Tig'>y. turned tho tables and .won 5-3 as I Phil Wallers scattered six hits,] struck out ten and helped his own cause with a timely double. Ronnie Frltts and Charley Myers also I socked a double apiece for Ihc Tigers. Harry Dalil hit a double Chicago for ttin Tnrllnno BflillmO: Yesterday's Results Tigers, snld today that his team,Tigers, even though they, are not has "nowhere to go but up" and as close to thc lead as they had while it mny not win tho Amcri-i hoped to be. The reason is Tighc, can League pennant "we will de- a hard-working manager who American League Minneapolis Omaha Denver Mickey Mantle, tho Now York Yankees' triple crown winner, 111;' . .he second lop vote - getter with Indianapolis sixth. Dickson boat the Dodgers in the pennant-clinching playoff game while Musinl hit n mere 17 715 anrl second-baseman Nelson Fox of the Chicago White Sox. ranks third with 34,852. All hrive .rcmnndous lends over their closest rivals, Third bane in furnishing the closest competition with Rono Jitertoia of the Detroit Tigers showing thc way with 14,124 votes, fill MoDougnld of Uic Yankoes Is second with 11,750 and Ocorge Koll of thc Baltimore Orioles is third with 11.097. First baofiinan Vic Wcrt/,, shortstop Harvey Kunnn, right - fielder Al Kallne and catcher Yogi Berra are the other leaders. Louisville 28 .570 . 38 211 .5(13 . 31 20 .5171 ;';j,, : , buck In 1040 when tho Curdl- .3234 .4115 nn ] a ^i won a pennant. . 28 38 .444 ' . 11! 40 .m Thursday's TtcHuJts Omaha 4 Wichita 3 Denver 7 Indianapolis 4- Mlnnoapolls 12 Louisville (1 St. Paul 7 Charleston 3 Minor Loop Wins To Cards, Panthers Timely iiltting and some strong pitching efforts marked pluy In llio Minor League nummer recreation ba.iebull )»»P games yesterday at Tower Park as Uie Cards, No. 2 loam, downod the Yanks, No, (I, iy a 5-1 score although the losers mthlt the winners two to one. I'ho I'anthern, No, II loam, had to go two oxU-a Inningn to whip tho Culwi, No. ;i team, by an 11 to 10 score In an afternoon Indiana Stars Name Maxey LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UP) - The [ndlnnu high school basketball All- Star.f, here to piny Kentucky In the first of a homiMmd-liome •icrlcs Saturday night, liavu mimed Albc.Tl Maxey of Indiunapolln Alludes team cnplnln. Maxey follows In illnsU-lou.s The, CardH gol only one hit but combined three walks and throe Ynnks errors to win the morning contest. John Hntcher smacked n double for the Yanks, longest blow of tho game. Tho Cubs also oulhll the Tanners 11-3 In tho mntlneu till as Dan Fellig nnd Sieve Williams got doubles nnd John [faugh crashed out a triple, but II wasn't enough as the Panthers squeezed out a one-run decision. Summary: ft H F, footsteps. Last year bin fabulouii teammate, Oscar Iloboiison, was captain of tho loam which swept tho two-game acrlc.'i ugalmil the bluo grass boyn. Tho Jfoo.ilers practical Thursday nl Freedom Hull, Kilo of Uio first gams. Coach AngiiH Nlcoson snld ho WM pleased with Dm workout and said he fell hotter "than at any time this week." In a lighter vein, tho lentn pr«- Himiixi two gll.iLeiilng gliiss doorknobs to Kentucky coach Jlnlph Carlisle, who curlier told Kentucky nuwarnen he would "imt" n doorknob if his loam didn't win "at lonsl one" of tho Lwo games, The roturn encounter between Lho two teams will he played, ul Iiullunupoilff June 20. H 5 1 1 2 Hatcher, Team 2, Cards Team li, Yanks Ison and Lybrnok; PiWiuale, Huyden and Hatcher. R H E Team 8, Panthers It 5 5 Team 3, Cubs , 10 H. 4 (Two extra Innings,) Arnold, V, Hoch and Hoch, Arnold; Yerkes, Williams, J. FIs- col and Ilnugh. Yanks Report 45,000 Advance for Sunday NEW YORK (UP) ~ The Now York Yankees already have an ad- vnivco sale of flpproximatoly 45,00(1 for Sunday's doublohoador wllh tho lilcago While Sox and, wllh good oalhor, may draw a crowd of Tho Glnnts beat the Braves when Gall Harris tripled in Iho 12l.li and scored on Johnny Anlo- nelll's sacrifice fly. It' was only the fourth victory of tho season for Anlonolll but. marked I h e third straight time he boat his ex- teammates. Ed Mnthows and Bill Brulon homered for the Braves. Wally Post blasted n grnnd- slnm homer In the fourth Inning and Brooks Lawrence pitched an nlghl.-hlller to lend tho RecUegs lo their second iilrnlght win ovor Iho Dodgers. Gua Bell also homered for Cincinnati while Duke Snider 111!. No. 12 for Brooklyn. Harvey, Hiuldlx pitched a novcn- hltter urn! collected three singles jus the Phillies hold fourth place wllh their victory over the Cubs. IBrnlo Banks' hit. .Ills 13lh homer for the Cubn. Don Kaiser suffered his fifth loss. . M»ntle llooslx Average Rob Xui'ley pitched « itlx-hlltor and struck out eight for the Ynn- kccH. Tho loss went lo Frank Lnry, who boat Iho Yankuos five limes last year. Mickey Mantle wonl l-for-2 and lifted his league- lending balling average to ,3711, Brooklyn cnsloff Billy Loos won hln seventh game lor Baltimore wlib n 'seven-hitler thai handed the White Sox their eighth defeat n 14 .gnmc'H. Bob Boyd delivered icy singles as the Orioles scored ,wo runs In both. Ihe flrsl and second Innings to chase rookie Bill Fischer, Billy Kliuifl and .Tackle Jensen !ind three lilts each lo pnce n 14- hit Red Sox nllnclc llml carried Duvo Staler lo. his fifth victory. Rocky Colnvlln homered and Vic WcrlJ! hit throe doubles for tho Indians. The Ions went to Early Wynn and wiuurod lil/i record at 'or the Indians At Riverside park Iho A and W Pirates came to life wllh n 9-4 victory over the Alpha Bears, combining walks and timely hitting for their big win over last year's champs. Dave Dlckcrson pitched a 8-hilter for the Plrules and smashed oul two hits to lend his team. Teammate Roger Jenkins belted a double. Summary: LITTLE LEAGUE Keystones Cards Harmon and 0«:i,222-I5 5 3 552,112—1(1 14 2 Easier; Oxfurth, 000 010 OCX)— 170 220 000 OOx— 481 Fischer, Slnloy (3), DerrlnffUm (5), LaPalme (0) nnd Lollnr, Loos (7-:i) and Ginsberg, Trhindos (6). Loser—Flschor (3-4). Knnsns CHy 001 002 100— 471 Washington 010 020 Six— 9 12 2 Urban, McDormol.t IB), Trucks clde jusl who does win it." Tlghe, enjoying his first season as a major league munngor after 21 years of baseball wandering, picks the New York Yankees us tho team to bent. Whether his club docs it depends, he thinks, on whether his hitters start to bang Uio ball consistently. catches baiting practice, stays on intimate terms with his players and demands only that they give 100 por cent effort. Time In Minor* "I spent a long time In the minors," he reminisces. "It was « hard Journey through Charleston, Beaumont, Wl'.liamsport, Flint, Muskcgon, Toledo and Buffalo. "If Ihey hit like they can, we'll'Now that I flnnlly made it up innkc a big run nt H," ho nna- here, n guy who won't work isn't (7), Hosl (II) and Smith. Ramos, ! 9po t n n year." lyzcd. "Our attack has boon feeble at limes and it is forUmn-te we nrc as close as wo are. Rny Boono nnd Harvey Kurnn are the keys nnd if they don't start hitting we'll hover around the fourth Clevcnger (H) nnd Cour.ney. Winner—Ramos (5-0). Loner—McDer- motl (1-3). HR—McDermott (2nd). Detroit Now York Drldonhnugli and Brldcnbuugh, Oxfurth. Orioles Rod Sox Leonard and Regan; Chlsholm and Norzlnskuy. 000,010— 134 22:i,8:ix—IB 12 2 PONY LEAGUE Indians 001,000,2—3 6 3 Tigers 111,02(),x—5 n 1 Dahl, B. Smith (4) and Newmnn; I Walters and Kncpper, Smith (8), COLT Beam PlrnluH lOD.OOO.O— 4 024,201, x—U PI'aff, Medland (3), B. Brown (5) and Cnln; Dlckoi'Hon and lion- nlng. Major League Leaders NutNmiil Wheeler, Jcnn Martha Mae McLochlin, Dorothy Boldon, Knld Jones, Kntlo Husl nnd Rosemary Auslln. ' WORKSHOP AT I.O. BI.OOMINGTON (UP) — reducing of prujudice in discrimination and communities will be thc pur|x>se of n workshop In Intergroup relnlinns to be holil at Indiana llnlvemlty July 15- Aug, 2. Subjecls to bo studied In- cludo tolerant personality, anthropology and human relations minority housing problems Ir Inrllnnapolia, diagnostic thinking about social relations in the class room nnd flnig addiction as a soloorlly group problem. jGiambro Seeks No. 10 n Bout With Calhpun SYRACUSE, N.Y. IUP)-Mld- llewulghl contender Joey Glam- >ru seeks ills lOlh slrolglil victory .onighl in a I0-round<!r with ng- gresHlvo Rory Cnlhoun at. War Wemorl.nl Auditorium. Slick Joey of Buffalo, N.Y., now flghllng out of San Francisco, la a slight favorltw at 11-5 over the young slugger from While Plains ^.Y,, because of bin spood nnc skill, Each Is a good puncher. Their l>oul will lie tole-lsod nnd broadcast nationally by NBC. 'Cilnmhrn, 25, Is rated fourtl among 180-pound contenders. Jo oy's 50-4-1 record Includes 28 knockout/i, Cnlhoun, 22, is ranked ..Ixlh. Hi dropped n disputed split verdict tr fifth-rated Joey Glardello " last bout, May 17, at Iliwolnml TJhal was or.ly his socond dofea In 2!) fights, (Us first loss, on a decision to third - ranked Splde Wobb last August, snapped n 23 bout winning airing. He knocks out 18. top Plnyer & Club (i, All II. H. Pet. SB 234 37 IHI .388 Hodges, BB 200 74 .354 .353 000 000 010— 1 8 1 000 Oil IOX— 390 Lury, Aber (7), Leo (8) and louse. Turloy (3-2) ./oser — Lnry (4-8). and Berra. Cleveland 3oslon 100 010 023— 7 13 2 411 000 12x— 9 14 0 Wynn, Tomnnek Ml, Dnlcy (II) and. Nixon. Slsler, Delock (8), SI one (0), Mlnnrcln (») nnd While. Winner—Sluliir (S-3). Loser—Wynn 8-8). HlU-CoInvllo (lOlhl. Niitlniuil LeiiKiin 'hllndolphln 001 204 000— 7111 Chlcngo 100 001 000— 272 Hncldlx (5-4) nnd Lopata. Knl- ier, Lltiloflcld (B), Brosmm (8) nnd Ncnmnn. 1/o.sor—Kaiser (2-5). HR—Banks (13th). Kuc'iin A I>lmii>|>olntmcnt Kucnn iins been one of Tlghc's chief dlsnppolntmcnls. I.asl season going lo send me back." But for those who do give out, Tlghe is thc first man to go to bnt. "T polled overy playc-r when Ducky Harris loft last year to see who they would like to have as manager," says Van Patrick of Detroit radio station WJH. "To » man, they plckod Tlfihc, who was hii "knocked In HI! runs from thoU coach on li'ic club for two leaclctff s|>ot. L"p to Thursday 1m.' years. The new owners went wllh had bntted In only 14 runs nil sen-1 him, Instead of with only three in the past four weeks. "Jim Bunnlng has boon a big surprise for us," said the 42-ycnr- old Tighe. "He's seven and one wllh n remarknblu earned run av- List Profits For Baseball WASHINGTON (UP) - The 10 major leaguo baseball Iciims produced $2,1(87.80:1 In net profits for L hclr owners In the pnsl "-' year.']. An (1% Iimlni Now York Mllwko-tt Barclay, Oil. 001 000 001-^1 12 2 2/>o ooi ODO ooo—:» IB o Miller (4), Grlssom (7), Anlonelll (9), Worlhlngton (12) and ICalt, Thomau (9). Pl/.nr- ro, Jolly (4), Conloy (7), Phillips (I)) and Snwnlskl, Crandall (7). Winner—Antonelll C1-8). Lo.ior — Phillips (2-2). HR —Bruton (4lh), Mnthcws (llth). ll-ll. Plnch-hlUer Art SchuU'H two- 7,000. Thai would bo the rowd of Uie sonson In Iho ilfi year by nboul 25,000. WASITINGTON (UP) _ Tho 'levelnnd Indians hnvo shipped •Ilchnr Hank Agulrrn to Kan Dlogo f Uie Pacific Const Lcnguo to nako room for cnlcher Dick rown, recalled Thursduy rom Omaha of the American Association, run double upd Polo Runnels' two-run single wore the big blown of a five-run seventh - inning rally that enabled |.ho Senators to snap a fotir-gnino lonlng streak. Pedro Jlanios gained hljt fifth win wlill". Mlcltey McDermolt aufforod Is .bird defeat, Fondy, Pgli. 82 207 25 Aaron, Mil. 00 25(1 411 IK) .KM! Clmoll, Bkn. BO 208 311 (IB .335 American MnnUc, N,Y, 58 193 57 73 .37( •Williams, IJos. 54 Mill 41 (111 ,:»IO Skowron, N.YM M 21B 35 75 .347 floyil, Bill. 57 1M 35 (13 M'i Fox, Chi. 88 225 37 76 .m Hume Hunk N«tloiml Leugwit—Aaron, nrnven 10; Musinl, CnrdH 15; Moon, Cards 13; Bunks, Cubs 13; Mays, Glnnls 12; Snider, Dodgers )2, AmmlRHit Lonaiie — Mantle, Ynnks -ID; Williams, Rod Sox 17; Brooklyn Cincinnati 100 000 000— 180 000 501 OOx— (1 B 0 Craig, Roebuck (4), Krshlne (7) and Cnmpanolla. Lawrence (8-4) and Bnlley, Loser — Craig (2-5). HH - Snider (I2lh), Bell mh). Pout aiti>). five bringing In a —nnd high-priced 'name everybody is glad of the decision right today." Tlghe Is, too. And he'd be (lift happiest fella If his hitters) would slurl banging the ball. analysis of Uio financial diilemonl.s of the clubs showed odny thai Ihe American ook the lion's share of the prof- tK—$MMI3,If)2. Tlio eight National League tcimia showed n profit for ho five-year period of only $1114,(111, Some of Iho teams, like tlie Brooklyn Dodgers, HIM Now York Yankees, tho Washington Senators nnd Ihc Chicago White Sox, have turned In proflls In every one of Ihe five years from 1952 through HIM, Others, like tho Philadelphia Phillies and the Pittsburgh PI- rales, have lost, money In every one of the flvo yours. Tho financial statements were made public Thursday by a House Pittsburgh 000001012—4 0 BJ Judiciary subcommittee that has boon Investigating anil-trust features of organized baseball, fool- ball, basketball nnd hockey. It was the first lime that financial rejMirls of tb« major league teams have boon disclosed. The figures were given to the suhcommr.teo by Bnaobnll Commissioner Ford Krlck. 0011 (K2 Oflx— 7 0 1 Arroyo, Face (3), King (7) nnd llnml, Folios (7), Dickson, Merrill. (0) nnd IT. Smith. Winner— Dickson (4-2). Loser — Arroyo (2-71. HR ^ Vlrdon (4th), Foiled (4IJD. MAYOIl'S miOTIIKH SHOT Farmers Told to Intensify Efforts URHANA, 111. — Competition for laml hns beomie so great a University of Illinois farm nmiinge- meul K|Hx-lallst jwld, thai thn only practlciil way to Increase profits may be by "Intensifying operations," W, P. Biiikiomelcr said Hint In Ihe pntil fanners have Incrunsnd Ihelr profits nwrely by fnrmlng morn land, but now they prolinbly will liavo to gel more out of tho same old acres if they want to up Ihelr profits. nmldtinuler wild good managerial ability nnd n little capital are needed to carry out a succi'sslul land Intensification program.' He advised farmers who Intaml to use more fertilizer and llvi-slock without expanding their ncruugo to consult Farm Bureau anUiorl- llcH first. The oxlent to wlilch lnl>or and capital should ho used on n given iicrongo depends directly on lh« opportunity for lucreaulng protlts, Biuldeiiiiiler nald. Ho added thai the additional labor and capital .should eoiuist- ontly yield more income tlmn ex- pciHllture, If Intensification la to work. Slavers, Senolora 15; Zernlnl, Ath- SOUTH BEND (UP)—The body //< • L " t if- J ' lolicH lil; Maxwell, Tlgora 12; II, of Albert D, Voorde, 42, brother ulm D s Qi Clancy Determine Injury To Dee Fondy's Eye ST. LOUIS (UP) - Dee Fondy, 'Ittslmrgh first baseman and one r,t Iho top hllters In the National League, will learn today just' how ncrious an eye Injury he roocrwxl during pro-game practice Wednesday n-lglil. Dr. I, C. Middleman, club physician of the St. Lotita 'Cardinals snld the eye specialist lie called In,. Dr. Ben Milder, would dllalc Fondy's left eye for n thorough axumlfitttlon. Fondy suffered a fractured'nose aiid facial bone, as well as thc hemorrhage to his eye when he wna struck by a ball thrown by teammate Elroy J r nce. .Middleman snld Hint Fomly probably will be sidelined for "n couple of wookB," Rosburg Takes Two Stroke Golf Lead FLINT, Mich. (UP) —.Pudgy Bob Rosburg has come n long way from the time he had to make tho decision whether lo turn his inlenta lo baseball or golf, Although he chose/ golf, he hasn't forgollen his baseball swing, nnnnurg took hl« unorthodox swing and n hot puUer Into the .-, . ., . second round of the ?37,000 Flint VwOmeil IS Open today, The 31-year-old San Franciscan carded a (l-under-pnr 33-32—(15 Thursday to take a 2- rnko lead in the tourney. , Arnold Palmer, No. 1 nioney- wlnnor on the circuit, was. tied with Johnny Po'.l nnd Canadians Al Balding and Stan Leonard for second with 07s, 13; Mnxwell, Tlgem 12; II, Smith, Athletics W. lluni )l«U.!(t In Nutlonal L«»KU«—Musinl, Curds 53; Aaron, Braves B2; Honk, Rcd- legfi 4'1; Ennls, Cards 30; Bell, Redlegn 38. American !<e*giio—Slftvors, Son- n'ors 50; Skowron, Ynnks 18; Mantlo, Yanks 44; Werte, Indians 43; Mlnoao, White Sox 41. Shanbc, Yanks li-1; Sanfnrd, Phlla |M; Running, Tigers 7-1; Schmidt, Cards 8-1; Trucks, Athletics B-l, of Albert D, Voorde, 42, brother of Mayor Edward V. Voorde, was found with a bullet, wound In the head In hlii parked cnr near SI, Joseph Counly Airport ln(.« Thurs- ilay. A revolver was clutched In his right hand nnil dnpuly coroner Dr, F. Dnlu Nelson unld "nil the IndlcntlniiH lire lhal it In suicide, but we are Investigating," Mayor Voorde snld his hrolher, a policeman, was in fulling health and been on sick leave, Read the Classified Ads It was like old home week for Rosburg and Palmer who have marked up some of Ihelr grenlcM successiis In Michigan. 1 Rofihurg Insl year won Ihe Motor City Open 'al Detroit nnd Pulmer grabbed Ihe 1054 Amateur title. Palmer blrdlod three of his last four holes Thursday, Regatta Favorite SYRACUSE, N.Y, (UP) — Cor fiell's unbenlen varsity crew will enter Snlurclay's 86th Intercollegiate Rowing Asmi, regatta Ihe strongest favorite In .he six years tho evonl has been rowed on Lake Onondaga, Coach Stork Sanford's veteran Huskies, stroked by Phil Oravlnk, have never been beaten In this bluo ribbon crew classic, They won the freshman title three years ago, ran away wilh the varsity throo-mlle race the past two years and this year 11 other conches CIIH.I) RUN OVER RICHMOND (UP)-Jerry Leerssen, 2, son of Mr. nnd Mni. Vernon Leersson, died In Reid Memorial Hospital her* tale Thursday, Factor in Disease LOS ANGF,LKS--A University of California professor of unntomy nas discovered that kidney colls liavc liny "legs" which swell when 1'UNCTUATION DICTItOlT — County Treasurer Harold Sloll ncnl out a property tax bulletin ll.illng tho county tax rule for Detroit as $7,SS3 per $1,IXK) messed vnluallon. .His bullulln ciuiHud some consteriuitlon until another bulletin wnn lusucd replacing Die comma wllh u pfrJml. and Ihey "arms" become Dr. Daniel Pense discovered the kidney "limbs" by photographing a kidney with an electron micro- noope, Hin .sludle.f niveiiltxl that Uncoils have nrm-llk« prolnisloas ending In flngorllke oxlenalons. Tho fingers aurrnund the minute blood vessels of Ihe kidney. \Vb«n dl.sun.te sol. 1 ! In, the fingers uppnr^ onlly swell ami come Into contact four hours after he was run over wllh one another, cutting off clr- by a dnlry truck as ho ployed near his trailer court home. Richard J, Null, Richmond, driver of the truck, snkl the boy apparently crawled under his truck while Null •delivered milk lo his home. BANDIT IS SENTENCED INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Charles David Asa, 22, Indianapolis, Thursday was sentenced to 10 years In Iho Indiana Reformatory for the robbery of a service station here last Sunday, Asn, a paroled con vlct, accidentally «hot himself In say Ihey can'l be beaten unless, tlie leg as lie fled from police at their uhell sinks, the scene of the robbery.' dilation In ihe cclto, USAC MIDGET RACES BIG SELECTION OF COVERS FOR EVERY CAR CLEAR PLASTIC a» rLASTrC-COATBO FIBRE ai law a* .......... $10.91 SARAN MASTIC at low at $15.95 AUo TERRY CLOTH at low as ............... *3.9» I6STERN TIRf Corner of 3rd and Mark*!