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Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribun* Saturday Evening, June 22, 1957. luraay evening, June tt, IVDI. , - — ^^ ^^^^ M A Giants Outlast Cubs, 12 Tp 10, In 10 Innings Half-game Separates Rivals in Scramble Cardinals Pad National League Lead to "P/2 Games As Braves Bow to Philadelphia; Giants Outlast Cubs The cocky, high - riding New r~~ York Yankees have been saying all along that it was only a matter of time until they would overtake the faltering Chicago White Sox. and the way they have it figured, today could be the time. Only a half-game behind the White Sox now as a result of their 4-2 victory over them Friday night, the Yanks, shooting for their ninth straight victory, can take over the American League lead for the first time since May 9 if -they beat Chicago again today. Johnny Kucks, who pitched the, first six innings Friday night and | Major League Leaders Major League Standings Chicago New York Cleveland Detroit Boston Baltimore Kansas City Washington By UNITED PRESS National League (10 Innings) New York 012 000 205 2—12 '15 1 ;hicago 000 301 204 0—10 12 0 Crone, Davis (6), Worthington 7), Grissom (8), Miller (9) and <att, Westrum (7), Thomas (8) American League ' W. L. Pet. 37 21 .63? 37 22 .627 31 28 32 29 30 SI 27 33 25 35 22 42 GB .525 .525 .492 .450 .417 .344 Sunday's Games Kansas City at Boston '2) Chicago at New York (2) Cleveland at Washington (2) Detroit at Baltimore National League W. L. Pet. St. Louis 35 24 .593 6'/z 6'A 8% 11 13 18 Bauer Seeks Full Hearing NEW YORK (UP)—New York Yankee outfielder Hank Bauer moved Friday for a "full hearing" Before a grand jury at which he and Yankee teammates will testify about alleged brawling during their night club party last month. Bauer, husky ex-Marine, waived examination in Magistrate's Court rs s . left with the score 3-2 in his favor. was the winner, but reliever „ Bob Grim also won praise when he held Chicago to one hit in the last three innings and struck out the side in the ninth. Jim Wilson was the loser. The Yanks scored the two runs that decided the game in the fourth inning on singles by Yogi Berra, Andy Carey and Bobby Richardson, coupled with a sacrifice and a perfect squeeze bunt by Kucks. Stobbs Finally Wins Tn other American League action, Washington southpaw Chuck Stobbs snapped his IB-game losing streak with a 6-3 victory over Cleveland; Baltimore defeated Detroit, 6-5, and Boston beat Kansas City, 4-3. 18), Silvera (10). Winner — Miller (1-3). Loser—Hilman (0-5). HR — Moryn (7th), Rodgers (3rd), 0'- Connell (2nd), Thomson (5th). (8), Hil-| M "y a . u ^. e . Fanning Philadelphia Cincinnati Brooklyn New York Pittsburgh Chicago Brooklyn 000 000 000— 021 St. Louis 000 001 Olx— 252 McDevitt, Bessent 18) and Walker. V. McDaniel (2-0) and H. Smith. Loser—McDevitt (1-1) . 34 26 33 2(5 34 28 32 28 28 33 23 38 19 35 Sunday's Games .567 .559 .548 .533 .459 .377 GB 1'A 2'/2 3V4 B 13 on brought -„ . delicatessen owner Edwin Jones, who says the lanky Yankee slugged him "with a clenched fist" at the end of a 2:30 a.m. dispute in the night club. Bauer's attorney described the charge as "baseless" and requested a grand jury hearing soon so that "the ball players who were with him and certain other persons" could testify about the incident. No dale was set for the grand jury hearing. UCLA May Leave Coast Loop After 1958 Grid Season BERKELEY, Calif. (UP) ^CLA, which has been agita_ _ for more than a year to break out of the Pacific Coast Conference, can have its wisha fter the 1958 football season—but must follow a stricter athletic code 1 than the one it violated. That was the gist of a compromise resolution passed Friday by Four Teams Win Games uttu\_n/.ur, i, \,aw. iui ' — The'Wolf Cubs Optimist Indians UCLA, which has been agitating.] of j, it;Ue Leaguei Eagles Braves of fnr nrmrp than a vear to break out fu« n««.. T a*fl>,a anrl Hio firpd nn animation in Magistrate i wnui mise reso i u t, on passed Friday by • a charge of felonious assault tne boar[] o{ regen ts which gov- mg'ht against him by New York! erns both the Brui . ns and the Un i. the Pony League and the fired up General Tire Jets of the Colt League romped oft with victories in handy fashion last night at four local parks. The Cubs belted the Berman Supply Panthers in a National Division LLB contest at Tower Park 19-9, aided by two big innings, a 7-run third and an 8-run fifth. A triple versity of California. The plan calls for New York at Chicago (2) Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (2) Philadelphia at Milwaukee (2) Brooklyn at St. Louis jThree Clubs Boast .332 i3ii Perfect Records in Minor Loop Baseball MINOR STANDINGS Philadlphia 002 031 000— 6 12 0 Milwaukee 000 000 010— 1 8 0 Simmons (B-3) and Lopata. Bur- St.jPaul dette, Jolly <6), Conley 18) Rice. Loser—Burdette (5-4). (11 Innings) American Association W. L. Pel. 37 26 .587 and Minneapolis 38 28 .576 Wichita 38 29 Omah a 36 Denver 32 Pitlsbgh 010 000 001 01— 3 10 0 Cincnati 000 020 000 00— 2 1 1 Friend, Face (7), Arroyo (7), The St. Louis Cardinals padded.King «J), Swanson (10), Purkey their National. League lead to 1V4 (11) and Foiles. Nuxhall, Free' ' man '9), Jeffcoat (31) and Bailey. Winner—Purkey (7-5). Loser— Jeff coat '5-5). HR—Post (9th). American League Kansas City 000 000 102— 350 games with a 2-0 triumph over Brooklyn; Philadelphia defeated Milwaukee, 6-1; Pittsburgh topped Cincinnati, 3-2, in II innings and the Giants outlasted the Cubs, 12-10. in 10 Innings. Stobbs held the Indians to seven hits in registering his (irst victory of the season. The scored their first four Boston 201 010 OOx— 4 10 0 .567 .554 .525 W Cards <6> •' 2 Indians (7) 2 Red Sox (10) ....2 Dodgers (1) l Panthers (81 1 White Sox (4) 1 Yankees (2) ' Cubs (3) » Braves (5> ° .493 .444 Charleston ....... 33 Indianapolis ....... 28 Louisville ......... 18 Friday's Results Denver 19 Louisville 2 St. Paul fi Wichita 2 Charleston 7 Omaha 3 (7 innings rain) Today's Games Morgan (3-5) and Smith. Nixor., Minarcin (7) and White. Winner- Detroit Baltimore Chicago New York Grim loser Don Mossi. Art Schult, re- !7lh) - cently acquired from Cincinnati, homered for Washington. Baltimore rallied for three runs in the ninth lo defeat Jim Bunning. Pinch-hitter Cob Hale of the Orioles .singled home two runs in the ninth, and after Don l.ee relieved Bunning, Billy Gardner singled home the winning run. Reliever Ken Lehman was the winning pitcher. Jackie Jensen clouted a homer and a .single to drive in three runs in Boston's victory. Mickey Vernon also homered for the Rod Sox. Willard Nixon blanked the A's on two hits for six innings but injured his leg in the seventh Gus Zernial and Bob Cerv hom- «red off reliever Rudy Minarcin. Rookie Hurls Two-Hitler Young Von McDaniel, the $50,000 bonus beauty checked the Dodgers on two hits in his fir.st major league start. SI. Louis scored Us first run off rookie Danny McDevitt in the sixth and added another off Don Bessont in the eighth on Don Blasingame's triple and Alvin Dark's single. Ed Bouchee drove in five runs and southpaw Curl Simmons .set the Braves down on eight hits as he beat them for the second time in five days. The loser was Lew Burdette. Hank Foiles' 1-lth-inning single won it for Pittsburgh. Wully Post's two-run 'homer in the fifth off starter Bob Friend gave 'the Red- legs a 2-1 lead and they held it until Joe Nuxhall wild-pitched the Senators Nixon (5-3>. MR — Vernon (3rd), runs off:Jensen (9th), Zernial (14th), Cerv Indianapolis at Minneapolis Louisville at Denver Charleston at Omaha St. Paul at Wichita " the schools to play out their. 1957 and 1958 round-robin football schedules within the PCC. After " that season, they will be at liberty to schedule any team outside the conference they desire. At the same time, the regents imposed a stricter set of regulations on .the pair than those recently passed by the Pacific C»ast Conference.- They take effect immediately. UCLA was put on three years probation in May of last year for illegal' payments to athletes, as were three other PCC schools. I by B. Ott of the Cubs was ,„.,. [game's longest blow. • *" u ml. _ j-^ — l.: — i' n t- T«r11n»i- the PCT 1.000! l.OOOJ 1.000| .500 .500 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 Phillies 19) .......... 0 Games Monday A. M._ Dodgers vs. Cards at Fairview. P.M.— White Sox vs. Panthers at Fairviow Games Tuesday A M —Yanks vs. Red Sox at Tower PM.— Cubs vs. Phillies at Tower Essig Defeats Johnson For Junior Crown LAFAYETTE (UP)—Don Essig of Indianapolis piled up a four hole lead in the morning round and then staved off a rally by UIVI.UVL «* *•••- .• — Sherrell Johnson of Linton for a j Daniel, made his first big league 4 and 3 victory in the finals of | starting assignment Friday night the Indiana Junior Golf tourna- one to remember with a near-flaw. Auto Club Sponsors Reliability Drive ST. LOUIS tUP)-Von McDanlel, the St. Louis Cardinals 18-year-old Bible student, was drawing the loudest baseball hallelujahs in these pails today since the debut of Dizzy Dean. Signed to a $50,000 bonus tlree weeks ago, McDaniel, younger brother of the Cards' Lindy Me- Begin Race At Le Mans LE MANS, France (UP)-—Most of the world's greatest sporU car racing drivers, including two veteran speed demons from the United Slates today awaited the start of the 24-hour Le Mans auto race. Phil Hill of Santa Monica, Calif, and I-Iarry Schell, an American now living in Paris, were listed among the drivers who will compete in this" gruelling test of speed | and endurance, which only two | The Optimist Indians scored their second win of the campaign by >eating the Farmers and Merchants Bank Giants at Crain field n an American Division match 11-8 despite the fact that Don Speilel jelted a home run and a single and John Havrilla clouted a homer for the Giants. The Indians were led by John Pabst with two doubles, Brewer with two singles and Carithers and White each had a double. The Eagles Braves began looking stronger in the Pony League as they whipped the Grusenmeyer Pontiac Indians 9-5 at Fairview park as Bill Elliott smacked a 3- run homer and Jim Bender beltec two doubles. Elliott pitched Ihe route and allowed only six hits in winning for the Braves. At Riverside park the Genera Tire Jets who have yet to be ment Friday. Co-medalist Essig, a student at Louisiana State University, forged into a commanding four-ho'.e lead at the halfway mark of the scheduled 36-hole finals. In the afternoon, Joiinson and j;ss!g traded the first four holes and then Johnson won the 23rd and 24th to cut Essig's lead to ,wo-up at the three-quarters mark. Johnson was one-ove--par 37 at the end of the afternoon nine while Essig had a 39 The two halved (lie next four holes. Essig went three up on the 32r.d hole when Julmson.s drive was in the rough while Essig birdied the ho'.e. ess two-hit 2-0 victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers. Cardinal Manager Freddie Hutchinson, concerned that young Von might be unnerved by his first starting assignment, did not tell him-about it until three hours bo- fore Uie game. But the youngster didn't bat an eye-lash. A crowd of 27,972 gave him a standing ovation after he pitched his way out of a none-cut bases- full jam in the sixth inning. In two previous four-inning relief stints prior to Friday nifiht's start, young McDaniel allowed only two hits and did not give, up a run while slrilting out nine batters and walking none. In posting his second victory Friday .nisM, he stopped, whaled the KLK Kolts 12-0 as Bill Haner hurled a 2-hiller Wally Farrell and Tim Wagner had two hits each for the Jets while Charley Moore and Dwayne Mc- Claeb got singles for the Kolls in the Colt League contest that was halted at Ihe end of five innings due lo the ten-run lead rule. Two rained out Little League games are booked for tonight, the White Sox playing the vears . Games Wednesday tragedy .— Braves vs. Indians at Fair-; .... endurance, which only two| pcnnsy Keystones at Tower Park ago produced _ the greatest and the RBM shamrocks meeting dy in auto racing history. , h ,-,..,1,1 orioles at Crain field. 000 010 010— 5 8 2 002 000 103— 6 10 0 Bunning, Lee <9) and House. Johnson, Ceccarelli <5), Lehman (()) and Ginsberg, Triandos (8). Winner— Lehman (1-0). Loser — Bunning (7-2). Cleveland 010 010 010- 372 Washington 103 200 OOx— 6 10 1 Mossi, McLish (<1) and Brown. Stobbs U-ll i and Fitzgerald', Bcr- berct i.l). I-oser— Mossi (4-l>. HR -Schult (1st). In Tight A.A. Race By UNITED PRESS St. Paul defeated the Wichita Braves Friday, 0-2, lo move one-half game ahead of the idle Minneapolis Millers and a full game in front of Wichita in the American Association. In other games Denver clobb vs. Panthers at view P.M.—Dodgers Tower Games Thursday A.M.—Cards vs. Red Sox at Tower l—White Sox vs. Phillies at Tower Games Friday A.M.—Yanks vs. Indians at Fair- The race again shaped up as a scramble between the Ferraris and the Maserads. Race organizers banned the bigger cars from last year's race after a Mercedes went out of control in the 1955 event and plowed into the crowd, killing 83 persons. view P.M.—Cubs vs. Braves at Tower The Red Sox edged the Braves 11 to 10 and the Indians tri Cubs II Ulcu i.tits nv4\., SUHJHU vi\.v>ii y •»- * '••'",/ _...!-.— P The match ended on the 33rd i struck out four and walked two. green when Johnson was wide of the green and his chip shot out of the rough was short. Essig took a par three on the hole for his final 4 and 3 winning margin. Giambra and Calhoun Draw SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UP)—Skillful Joey Giambra and aggressive lory Ca'.houn, ranking middleweight contenders who (ought to an unusual Ifl-rouiid kdraw Friday light, don't want a championship iihl—'.hey want a re-mutch. What was closest ifl the heart: of both fighters today was i chance to prove the draw was ' Panthers LITTLE LEAGUE 007,084—19 14 7 202,113— 942 Catighell and Maroney; Molique, Marshall and Runyon. Giants Indians 111,221—8 301,25x— 11 JU UI uvyu, iviiirujj (*o ]Ji7i auiia. • However, the ban wa s lifted i Nunnally , Speilcl and Adams; Miller and 010 001 000— 2 100 200 I Ox— 4 7 1 B 1 Wilson. 17-4) and Battey. Kucks, 11'bered Louisville, 19-2; and Charlns- ' on. whipped Omaha, 7-3. The Minneapolis-Indianapolis game was nostponcd due to rain. Right-hander Ronnie Wells set ,hc Braves down with just five hil.s in taking the victory. Carlton Wiley, who started and went seven frames was lagged for the loss. (7i and Berra. Winner — (4-«) Ma|or Longui! Leaders By UNITED PRESS National Player & Club Musial, St.'L. Fondy, P«h. Hodges, Bkn. Aaron, Mil. • Robinson, Cin. C. AB K. II. Pel. 8(1 .364 73 .353 74 .347 117 .335 84 .335 59 236 37 52 207 25 5(1 213 31 61. 200 4(1 60 251 46 American League the Phillies 111 to 5 in minor league summer recreation games at Tower park Friday. this year at the insistence of the', International Automobile Assn., ' and the fear of another possible ^ raves catastrophe hung over the famed •immedl „„,.,„„ cars were Red Sox . Braves .. Johnson, IMlbcrt, Justice II E 2 4 and as lined up for the start. Read the Classified Ads PONY LEAGUE 104,002,2—9 13 Sub 4-minute Milers Clash Tonight At AAU DAYTON, Ohio (UP)-A duel jelwecn two sub-four-minule nail- ers—Don Bowdcn of the University of California and Merv Lincoln of Australia — will highlight tonight's concluding program in the National AAU track and field championships. Wlien Bowden ran a 3:58.7 mile earlier this month lo become (he first American runner to crack Ihe four-minute barrier he declared he would limit his activities to the hull-mile for the remainder of the season. However, he experienced a L-HUIH.I; "» i- —- - -change of heart upon arriving here "fluke," although the stale's box- j a . n <j decided lo switch to the mile ing rules have a supplemental __\\ ms providing (he meet with a point system to make such a decision a rarily. The fourth-ranked Giambra, slight favorite going into the fight, weighed 157% Ihe sixth- ranked Calhoun weighed 159. Referee Ruby Goldstein scored it for Calhoan, 5-4-1 genuine climactic event, (hat could produce a now world record. "1'f the opportunity oilers, I will Iry to break John Landy's world record of 3:58 this year." Bowdcn said in announcing his de^.,. ..^,. -.. | cision to run against Lincoln, and judge: "That's why I'm here." Braves Indians 001,020,2—5 6 2 Elliott and Bender; Sanders, Bud Smith (3), Carr (6) and Newman. COLT LEAGUE .,!Nick Gambol! gave Ihe .same mar- Lincoln has a 3:59 mile to his •• ' " '• credit, which he poslcd in his na- G. T. Jets KLK Kolts 007,05—12 000,00— 0 Manor and K. lies; Carey, Thomas (3) and McClaeb. gin lo Giambra. Judge Frank Forbes gnvc each fighter four rounds with two rounds even. His u;ird also had an even five points for each boxer under Ihe supplemental point system. The United it to Giambra, Press card gave 5-4-1. Australia in March. The width of United States ships is determined by the Panama Canal, and Ihe height by the Brooklyn BridRC. Rciitcbuch, Johnson; E. Franklin Gunter and Rozx.i. Zack Monroe allowed Louisville only seven hits as his teammates battered .Colonel pitching for 21. hits in the lopsided contest. Mar- ... • — vin Throneberry helled a pair of j and Ricciardi and ,1. BurKnarl. homers and Jim Pi-soni also hit one for the Bears. R H K 6 2 Indians iphilli-es .................. 5 s 4 Medburn and Bcciulol; Pasciuale, J Burkhart, E. Burkharf, Miller , Williams, Bos. Skowron, N.Y. Boyd, Bal. the ninth. w i ticing run across in 'Bob Purkey was the ..... . . Frank Robinson had five hits in five trip.s for Cincinnati. Danny O'Connell and Bobby Thomson hit 10th- inning homers in Ihe Giants' victory over the Cubs. Andre Rodgers' grand-slam homer in the ninth gave the Giants a 10-6 margin but Chicago tied the score in the bottom of the frame. Walt Moryn hit a •three-run homer for the Cubs, Mantle N.Y. 50 1«7 57 75 .381 55 191 42 68 .MO 57 219 35 75 .342 58 187 35 B4 .342 Cerv,' K.C. 40 153 16 52 .340 Home Runn National L«n«u«—Aaron, Braves ID- Musial, Cards 15; Moon, Cards 13; Banks, Cubs 13; Mays, Giants 12; Snider, Dodgers 12. Nats Mob Stobbs After He Snaps 16 Game Losing String WASHINGTON" (UP) —"Now I know how Don Larsen felt." Thosp were Chuck Stobbs 1 first 1 HUat VYl.IV W.MIV.IX U ' dpUHCUr IUU HUIl-ut. «."' words after being mobbed, 1 ^ an£ | T(jm rjverpcck find Don hugged, kissed and swarmed over ' by Washington Sena tor teammates moments after 'he snapped , . American Leimiic — M an lie, c nmtn. Yanks 1'.); Williams, Red Sox 17; i n n c r Isiever.s, Senators 15; Zernial, Ath, , letics 14; Maxwell, Tigers 12; H. Smith, Athletics 12. Nlillnnul League Niillonnl League — Musial, Cards >3; Aaron, "Braves 52; 1 legs 4<1; Ennis, Cards 40; 'Bell, Red lugs 311. American League— Sievcrs, Senators 52; Skowron, Yanks 40; Mantle, Yonte 45; Wert/, Indians 43; Minoso, White Sox 41; Jensen, Red Sox 4i. Pitching Shant/, Yanks 8-1; Sanford, Phils 8-1; Schmidt, Cards n-1; Trucks, AUhlolics 8-1: Grim, his night w.ith Rosburg and Duden Share Golf Lead FLINT, Mich. (UP) - Two of. Vank7W"zuverink, Orioles 7-2; (.he "poorest" golfers on the pro-! Buiming Tigers 7-2. fessional circuit — Bob Rosburg of San Francisco and Bob Dudcn of; Portland, Ore. — led the field at Check Naval BoSCS beginning today of the third round _ „. , rl of the $37,000 Flint Open. Rosburg paced the first (wo rounds of the 72-holo tournament turning in a six-under par 65 the first day and n sub-par (I'J Friday. Duden went into the third round with a 70-filt—13«, Krod for a four- way tie for second. "But Rosburg has won only $3,256 this season and Dudcn's pay checks have amounted to a grand total of $«t7. Ted Kroll, Fort Laudcrdalc, Fla., one of the top money winners on the circuit; Bert Weaver, Beaumont, Tex., and Doug Sanders, Miami Boach, Fin., nl.to wound up with 138s at the luilf- way point. GALVKSTON WINS GALVESTON — The Gnlvcslon Cardinals whipped the Metca Horn- eti in a county summer baseball league game here Friday 6-1 as Mctea was held to ono hit, a single by Dick Wagoner. Mctca will play Twelve Mile at Melea next Friday night. Summary: Metca 000,10—1. 1. S ' Galveston 014,Ix—« 7 I Hubenthal, Fowler and Fowler ; Baber, Sullivan and Dixon For Signs of Flu WASHINGTON (UP) — Naval bases on both the Atlantic and Pacific seaboards have been alerted to watch for any sign of the highly contagious "Oriental flu a Defense Department spokesman said today. Some 550 men at the Newport •R.I., Navnl Base apparently have been stricken with the disease whioh first appeared on the China .mainland and then swept acros. Asia. U.S. Surgeon General Leroj Burnoy announced Friday niK'i that all 4« state officers were no titled in hurry-up telephone call of the unexpected outbreak 01 the Eastern Seaboard. Government health officers hai been keeping a walch Pacific ports and -have detected few cases, The governmenl now is checking Atlantic const nava bases as well, passibly to detcc the spread of the disease from Europe. . The- word salary comes froi "salarium" meaning salt monej since Roman soldiers receive parl of their pay in salt. Softball WALTON LIONS WIN The Walton Lions downed Ihe Blinker Hill Merchants in a soft ball feature at Riverside park diamond Friday night fi-1 although each team collected ten hits. Ed Spencer led Walton with three hits and To.- Lowry oach helled a home run. Bunker Mill had an oddity in tho "••- -..-,.,.-.• ujjini inning when Childers doubled I6-frame losing streak l-nday | 0 | drat || C ,.'s.grounder struck him [Kl victory over ^fo^d for a , irclt wh j c h auto malically ruled him out and gave the batter a single. Then Snivels walloped a double but the tw( runners were left on base as Old father was caught olf third base and ShiifFell fouled out without run scoring. .Summary: Bunker Hill 100,000,0-1 10 ft Walton Lions IOO,320,x-6 10 3 Wheeler, Graph and Shuffelt; L Wallace and Sulton. a D-; Cleveland. Stobbs,' aided by 9,402 morale- boosting Senator fans who brought every conceivable kind of good- charm to the , .. , pilch a pcrfc-el game but his soven-hiUer was good enough to earn him his -first victory of '.he season after It defeats and his rsf triumph in 17 decisions nee he beat Baltimore, 2-0, last epl. 5. Slayer Seeks New Trial FORT WAYNE (UP) — A moon for a now trial has been filed y attorneys for Richard E. Kio- er, who w-a.s sentenced to bo executed for killing his wife and --•--— -.--heir five-year-year daughter with night with hammer and hunting knife. Worl_ soda 'Kiiefor was convicted a month KO and ordered to die in the lectric chair at Indiana State 'risen next Sept. 27. His wife 'carl and ttielr daughter Dorothy were slain last January. KF.WANNA WINS KEWANNA — Kcwanna hig school defeated the Mexico Bui [logs 17-8 in a game of the Fultnn Miami county league here Frida ' a 32-hit attack. Bi ;cd n 2-nm homer f< the Indians and Rill Harris ha four nils l-o help the Kewann club chalk up its first triumph af Shaving was originally a pro- cctive measure since long beards were easy for opponents In com- >ul to sei/.e. er being rained out .straight games. Summary: for R H IS FOR MONEY of 2^% now! Kewanna 17.12 Mexico - » " * Joe Good, Dick Good and Worl; Martin and Howard. s\\\i\Vhi///il///•////,/ HOT NEWS! s . /MM m'u (who doesn't like getting something for nothing?) VISIT M & M SALES & SERVICE Star City, Ind. Star City 282 ACT TODAYI CONTIST INDS JUNI OOth I Come get your Free Entry Blank and tnt* our $5O,OOO.OO "Name the Bryant Pup" CONTEST * ..... " ' Buy SAVINGS CERTIFICATES where the rate is guaranteed. We pay 2Vi% on $1,000.00, 1 year or longer certificates. Come in for complete information and start saving now. NATIONAL BANK. Broadway at Fourth Phone 4137 The Interest We Pay on Savings Is the Highest Paid by Any INSURED BANK injndiana and It's GUARANTEED! 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