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Wednesday Evening, June 2«, M»w togansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fifteen Forgotten Man Walt Dropo Puts Sox Back On Top Two-Run Blast Beats Boston; Yanks Routed Cincinnati Climbs Into Virtual First Place Tie in National League With Idle Cardinals. DODGERS REPRESENT THREAT FOR PONY BASEBALL 'LEAGUE TITLE The White-Sox have tried every-j one at first base but the batboy,' so maybe it's only poetic justice that they're back on top again because of a guy who feels he should have been given the job in the first place. His name is Walt Dropo, and chances are you've heard of him LIB Hitters In Spotlight i Long hits and runs coming ]n i clusters featured play in the Little League and Pony League matches because they were comparing him i at three fields here Tuesday, with Jimmie Fox and Hank Green-1 The UCT Yanks turned back the berg when he first arrived in the ' Pennsy Keystones in a National majors way back in 1949. Somehow he never quite made it "big," however, and with the White Sox he was low man on the totem pole.among three other first basemen this spring. But Tuesday night it was hi.s two-run homer in the seventh inning that broke up Division'LLB match at Tower Park 9-3, blasting out 14 hits in gaining the victory. Schubach smacked two doubles, Woods and Paul one each for the Yanks. The Keystoners gol only.four hils, all singles, three by Risser and one by Overpeek. u i At Crain Field the Nalional Bank a scorless pitching duel 'between Senators walloped the David Or- Bob Keegan and Dave Sisler and i io!cs 2I '' wilh a I5 - hit barrage that gave the White Sox a 2-1 victory j Deluded two homers, one by Larry over the Red Sox that' enabled I Parmeter and one b ^ John White them to take over the American !wilh hases '°aded. The Orioles League lead again from the Yan-; were hcltl to tnrce hits ' a11 singles, kees by half a game ljy lne Pitching of Mike Parrett. T- .u.. Pony League In a way, it was vindication for the 6-foot-5 Dropo, who has been forced to sit around this season •while Jim Rivera, Dave IPulley j m|lc ' In the Motor Dodgers nipped the the Kain First St. Louis Fans Buzz With NL Pennant Fever Yanks, Bums Pay Highest WASHINGTON (UP)—It pays to be a Yankee but no one has to pull in his belt with the Dodgers, ST. LOUIS (IT) _ Two fans were talking on the street. "The Braves lost Adcock, the Phillies can't last, Cincy hasn't got the pitching, and the Dodgers just ain't the Dodgers anymore." "Man," came tile enthusiastic reply, "that means we got it wrapped up." Federal Savings Tigers 8-7 in eight innings. one over Tigers the regulatii twice took the lead in the see-saw battle only Io have the Dodgers come back Io tie up the game and finally won it with shot at the first base job. The homer run was hi.s- ninth of the season, one more than he hil all last year ' !a single tally in (he eighth frame." Bosox Strcck Snapped | For ihe Tigers Phil Wallers Keegan held Ihe Red Sox to six!smacked a homer, Charley Myers hits in snapping their six - games,hil two doubles and Ronnie Frills •winning slreak. gol one double. For the Dodgers Cleveland regislerce! its fourth i-VIikc Newton blasted a homer wilh victory in a row by crushing the a mate on base in the first inning Yankees, 11-2; Baltimore handed |of the clash staged at Fairview Kansa.s City its sixth straight de-ipark diamond, feat, 5-0. and Detroit rallied for Summary: three runs in the 10th inning to ; LITTLE LEAGUE elcfoat Washington, 7-4. ! Yanks 205 002—9 14 8 Cincinnati climbed into a virtual: Keystones . (100300-3 4 1 tie for the National League lead! Schubach, Conrad -and Osen- with the idle Cardinals by beating;«"««»: NicoJI .and Easter, the Giants, 3-2; Brooklyn hlankcd bt!nator s 500 196-21 15 1 Milwaukee, 2-0. and Chicago I °™ nl <» 000100-1 3 G climbed out of the cellar with a 5-3 triumph over Pittsburgh. Southpaw Don Mossi checked the Yankees on eight hits while hi.s teammates collected 12, including a two-run homer by Russ Nixon and a grand slam wallop by Hocky Colavito. Mossi held the Yanks al bay in every inning but the second when Andy Carey hit a two-run homer. Tom Sturdivant was the loser. Ex - Dodger Billy Loes came through with a brilliant three-hit Tile Kaln Motor Dodgers, a dcflnile threat for the 1957 Pony baseball league title, went Into extra Innings to record an 8 to 7 victory over the Indians Tuesday night. Pictured in the front row, left to right, are Mike. Newton, Tony Selvio, Paul Titus, Tom Galiy, Bob Monk-nil, Bill Thnbcrman, Rnmilc Grandstaff, Wesley Parmeter, (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) either. The Yankees had the largest ; payroll in professional baseball last year, having paid their players a total of $492,000 according to finacial figures submitted to a house judiciary committee. The Brooklyn Dodgers, however, paid the highest average salary— $18,880—to the 25 players on its rosier. The Dodgers' entire payroll was $472,000. The Yankees' 28 players were ; Series, paid in average salary of $17.570, i j),,, i a t es i with Yogi Berra drawing the. highest pay, $58,000. Top National League salary was $75,000 and it apparenfly went to Stan Mu'sial of the St. Louis Cardinals. The individual players 117 O f 24 games this were not identified in the financial figures. Slugging outfielder Ted Williams The pronoun "we" in this case means the red-hot St. Louis Cardinals and their thousands of re-born fans who have put the ReJbird.s above the weather in their everyday conversation. There's no doubt about it, this town has the pennant fever. The last Cardinal pennant was in 1946, but in the 21-year period, 102S-4C inclusive, Ihe Card-; wan nine pennants and six World Bob Keller, Lenny Rieci. Second row, left to right, are: Manager Bud Baker, Garnet Welch, Taiil Hipslicr, Craig White, Tom Watts and Coach Larry Baker. Invite County LLB Teams on Chicago Trip For White Sox Game An invitation to join the Logans- effort for the Orioles, retiring the!port Little League basebai! group first l(i batters in order. H was j on a special train trip to Chicago M. Parrett and Parmeler; Leonard, Arnold and Arnold Regan .- PONY LEAGUE Tigers 001) 412 00—7 10 4 Dodgers 200 030 21— I) 8 1 Summers, Ott (4), Wallers (8) and B. Smith; Grandstaff, Newlon (B) and Timbcrman. Major League Standings American League W. L. Pet. 3!) 2» .62!) 30 24 .<>19 35 28 .550 34 31 33 32 GB Chicago New York • Cleveland Delroil 34 31 .523 (i Bos-ton 33 32 .508 ' 7 Baltimore 30 34 .469 10 Kansa.s City 25 L'fl .391 15 Washington 22 46 .324 20 Thursday's Games Detroit at Washington Cleveland at New York Chicago at Boston (2) (Only games scheduled.) Feller Says Baseball Is A Business WASHINGTON (UP)—Bob Feller, ihe highest paid pitcher in history during his 20 years with the Cleveland Indians, told Congress Tuesday that "baseball is a business" and should be placed tin-ler : the antitrust laws. Feller, whose testimony Yesterday's Results National League .slMirgh 200 000 010 —3 M "shocked" American League President Will Harridgc, suggested only two exemptions. One would cover the reserve clause ,and Ihe other a team's franchise! rights '.o its city. Even so, lie proposed changes in lha reserve clause. Stan Musial, slugging star of thei.\ 0 w .y 0 rk National Lous' eighth victory against three August 9 has been extended to all defeats. Bob Boyd raised hi.s baiting average to .350 with three hits for Baltimore. ccpt, are Reliever Harry Byrd, just I Maple, brought up from the minors, was credited with the Tigers' victory \vhen they hammered Tru Clevon- gor for three runs in the lOUi. Kill Ttittle drove in the tie-breaking run. Teammate Charlie Maxwell hil two homers. Klu Spells Ollerencc Ted Klu.sxew.ski's pinch' single off Keel Worthinglon willi the basos •iull and two out in the ninth boosted the Rediegs to within live .percentage points of the Cardinals. Jtrooks Lawrence gave up only St. Louis Cincinnati Philadelphia Milwaukee Brooklyn Now York Chicago Pittsburgh League W. L. Pet 3li 28 3D 28 35 2!l 3li 29 35 29 30 35 21 37 23 42 .581 .576 .558 .554 .547 .482 CB 030 101 OOx" —5 10 0 Pill Chicago Friend, King (7!, Arroyo (II) and Fniles. Kaiser, Hillman (1), Lown (8) and Nccman. Winner — Hillman (1-5). Loser — Friend (4-B). HR — LittreU (1st), Long (7';h), Moryn (Ufh). Brooklyn 100 000 001. —240 Milwaukee 000 000 001) —0 4 2 McDevitt (2-1) and Campancl- la. RurdeUc (5-5) and Crandall, (15th). Drivers Test Monza Track MONZA, Italy (UP)—American race drivers today classified the famed Monza circuit as "bumpy," but conceded it is "probably the world's fastest" racing strip, 'Jimmy Bryan of Phoenix, Ari/.., Ray Crawford of Pasadena, Calif., Eddie Sachs of AllcnLown, Pa., arid Paul Russo of Caiwga Park, Calif., tested their cars on the banked course Tuesday for 'the first time since arriving here for of the Red Sax has generally been regarded the top salaried man in upsurge in Cardinal fortunes conies as a result of fix slraight victorious series since Memorial Day, plus one break-even set wilh their old nemesis, :hc> Brooklyn Dodgers. They have won month. Pack 'Em In The Cardinals are two games ahead on the loss side in the c!nse * v * al '°" : '' l' c;l . :;ile the sport wilh a contract of $100,- j Predict will take 000 per year. However, some ofl wi "Williams' pay hinges on a bonus arrangement. race lhal so:':. 1 inly 90 games to Major League Leaders National League Player & Club Musial, St.L. Fondy, Pitts. Hodges, Bkn. Aaron, Milw. Saturday's 500-mile race against ikobinaon, Cinci (i. AB IS. (>2 12-lli 3'.) 5» 2011 25 GO 2:«) 33 (if) 27!) 50 <M 2«4 50 .3(12 13 .354 14% _:M Brooklyn al Milwaukee Philadelphia al St. LcmLs, night Thursday's Gunies Little League teams in the county. '".' iusb " re l' a ! ™ cago .. . Adult sponsors desiring to ac-i New York al C '" cl!llint '. "' asked Io contact Paul phone 580U or Glen Sweet, phones 2015!) and make rcserva- lions not laler than July 9. The tickets are priced al $4.50 for Little Leaguers- and $7.50 for adults. Peru's Little Leaguers already have accepted Ihe invitation to accompany the local boys to Chica-! Denver o for the While Sox-Detroit Tiger ame. Boyd and Castellan! Meet in Ring Tonight four hits, including a home to Danny O'ConncIl, in registering his eighth victory. Until tlie ninlh, Cincinnati's only two runs off O'iant starter Ray Crone were the Jesuit of home runs by Srnoky Jiurge.ss in Hie second inning and the fourth. Duke Snider's 15th homer in the first inning was all the margin rookie Danny McDevilt of Ihe Dodgers needed io beat Lew Burdette. lioth pitchcT.s gave up only four j Olson, hil.s, the Dmlgei'.s- adding an ii'sur-! "lie's Jinee run in the ninth on Snider's Boyd," single, Johnny 1/ogan's error and a single by Gino Cimoli. Jack Llltrell's two-run homer in Hie .second inning put the Cubs in from of Ihe Pirates to stay and .Dale Long and Walt Moryn followed witli circuit blows for Chicago. All three homers came al the expense of l!ob Friend, who suffered his seventh defeat. Reliever Dave Ifillman wa.s the winning pitcher as the Cubs took over CHICAGO (UP)— Middloweights .47!) .435 .200 Bobby Biiyd and Rocky Castellan! battle belore t!i<; TV cameras tonight, each planning on a win to ; vault into a .spot in any possible j future eliminations to pick a title challenger. Bnyd, a hometown fighter, was a slight favorite, liut he will give away experience to Castellan;, who among his 10 defeats lists looses to two former lilleliolder, Hay (Sugar) Robinson and Carl (Bo-bo) fought better boys than li.s manager, Al Naiiuan, said, "lie dropped Robinson and he dropped Olson, and he's very confident he'il win tonight." American Association W. L. St. Paul 40 21! Wichita 4-2 30 Minneapolis 11 30 Omaha 311 31 »r> 30 Charleston 84 37 Indianapolis .'... 30 .'(!> Louisville 19 54 Tuesday's-Results Charleston 5 Louisville 2 (1st innings) Louisville 3 Charleston 1 (2nd, 10 innings) Wichita 10 Indianapolis It St. Paul 3 Omaha 2 no innings) Denver al Minneapolis, ppd, ra-in Today's (James Denver at Minneapolis SI, Paul at Omaha Indianapolis al Wichita Louisville at Charleston SI. Louis Cardinals, opposed any change in Ihe reserve clause that binds a player to a team until he is traded or sold. He said the owners, players and fans like things the way they are. Feller and Musial were the star witnesses before a House Judiciary subcommittee which is considering whether baseball should retain its exemption from the antitrust laws. The exemption stems from a 1922 Supreme Court ruling. "Certainly baseball Is a business," Fc'.lcr said. "What's wrong ,wilh calling baseball a business? jl think baseball wwilcl be better off under the antitrust laws, with a few exceptions, than it would 110 000 000 —240 Cincinnati Oil) 100 001 —3 10 1 Crone, Woi-lhir.gton (9) and Kail, Weslrum !!!). Lawrence KM) and Burgess. LP — Crono (4-2:. HR— O'Connell (3rd), Burgess, 2 (4lh and 5th). American League Kansas City 000 000 0!)0 -fl 3 1 Baltimore 100 02] Iflx — 5 H 0 be by giving baseball a free hand." Pet. 58tt ] 5! 1 3 | Feller spent his entire major '5771 league career with the Indians. In .551 '"" ' " '" "'" Urban, Gorman (fi) and Smilli. Loes (11-3) and Tria-ndos. LP— Urban (1-1). CIO innings) Detroit 000 200 101 3—710 0 Washington 202 ODD 1)00 0 —4 U 1 Lary, Gromek (3), Byrd Slcater (in), Foytack (10) Wilson. Ramos, Clevcnger European drivers. "It was bumpy," Crawford said af'ier his practice spin. "But proper adjustment of the shock absorbers should tix that. In any event I'd say the track is probably the world's fastest." It was- the wavy sections on the track's two high-speed M:on7.a curves drivers to boycott the event, billed a.s a clash between -the best drivers of, ICuropc and the U.S. When they arrived, tiie Americans expressed disappointment American League Mantle, N.Y. 63 2;<> 00 113 .384 59 205 47 74 .35; (i2 203 35 71 .350 63 24(1 39 52 Ifi2 16 T;)e fans are turning out io refurbished Busch Stadium—50.00;) more than at this lime last ye:: 1 ,- allho'.igh threatening weather prevailed for most early games—an;' line pJ.iycr.s-, a Hire m:\ttire u: youth and age, nave the confidence. ' Stan (U')e $80,000 iron man) ! Musial is pasting the ball al a .350 jclip including ll> homers and 5! I runs ba'.lod in. Del Knnis, who ha '. ihi.s n.sua! bad sl-nrl, is up to .:.'('>."• II. Pel. -jnii ], as knocked in 40 runs. Lead- III) .359 off man Don Blasimtame is .-'10:: 73 .351 ;and Alvin Dark, a:. .3<)fi. is hit an' 71! .339 .running 'cm as good as ever. 93 .333 j Waliy Moon has ji;s! snapped on! 88 .333 I of a slump ill left and Ken Bo.vcr. last war's a'.l-slar third hasemrri Williams, Bust. Boyd Haiti. Fox, Chi. Cerv, K.Cily Home Ilu"s National League—Aaron, Braves. 19; Musial, Cards 1(1; Snider, 82 .333 53 .327 over the caused Europe's to Dodgers 15; Moon, Cards Banks, Cubs, Robinsnn, Kt'dlegs, Crowe, Hudlegjs, all 18. American League — Mnnllc, Yanks 21; Williams, Hod S:>x 19; Sicvers. Senators 15; Zcrnial, Alh- found hard j 10- boycott, whic.h European racing firms pressed to scrape together man team. The race is the first in F.uropc organized along the lines of Ihe lelics !5; Maxwell, Tigers 14. Runs Itiittc'c! in N'MIoiial LragiK-—Aarim, Braves who had (o make room in the line up for I'.iidie Kasko, has learned quickly the rales of centerfield. Pilrlicrs TH Hum Hal Smith, hilling .301, is one of the best at catching Ihe knuckle nails of Hurry Dickse.ij and Jlwi IWilhelm w!in has preserved five !victories in a row. j The present rnl.-ilion of tile cL'e;i i mound corps ineliuirs the sonsa- •lio.'ial Mi'D.-inicl bonus bmlIn•]•.-.. il.incly (7-3) and YD:-. (2-<H, Lnrr\ '.Jackson i!)-8>, Wi'iard Sehmiili famed Indianapolis Memorial Day race. The top Kurnponn decided to boycotl it on grounds circuit was "loo dan- ihis lop year he drew down an 'estimated tlt.1,000, including salary t Chicago land a bonus arrangement. seventh pi.-icc by eight percentage points over Ihe Pirates. Colo, today Wiffi Favored in US Women's Open MAMARONKCK, N. Y. (OP) — Wifl'i Sniilh, labeled by the immortal Tommy Armour as "potentially greater than liabe Didriksen," was established the favorite l.od;iy on Hie eve of tire 12lh annual Wisconsin Golfer Sets Course Mark In NCAA Tourney COLORADO SPRINGS, (UP)—Kinphnsis switched from team Io individual competition In the annual NCAA golf tournamfnt now thai Houston lini-, v-erslty has packed away its second straight championship. Warren Simmons of Syracuse, 19-year-old sophomore, and Wisconsin's Roger Ruhendall, 22, moved into the favored roles to succeed Ohio State's Fred Jones as individual champion on the basis of their identical 142 scores for medal i honors in Ihe 3(i-.holc qualifying' rounds. | Rubendall fired a 4-under-pur (18 "to set a course record Tuesday after Simmons bad established it at 00 the day before. The co-hero of Tuesday's round was Jim Iliskey, 'whose par shoot- Ing on the last eight holes gave Houston University the team championship by on* slroke over Stanford. U. S. Women's Open golf championship. The SiO-yuar-old redhead St. Clair, Mich., leads 08 women info Ihu first round of the op^-n over Winged Fool's cast course Thursday, and off Armour's rating il's Hie little tin - type of Pally Berg against the field. Seixas and Flam Lead 19 American Tennis Survivors WIM-BLKDON, Kngland, (UP)— Former champion Vic Seixas of Piiiludolpliia and Herb Flam of Beverly Hills, Calif., led 19 American survivors inlo second round aclion loday in tiic Wimbledon tennis championships. Oddly, Seixas and Flam drew as their second, round rivals the Yanks, Cubs Earn 7 Minor Loop Wins The Yanks and Cubs registered victories in Minor League summer recreation baseball play yesterday and Monday's rained out game were reset for Friday al Fairview park, it was reported last nrghl by John Mummcrt, co-uirector of the summer program. The Yanks nipped Uie Red Sox in a close one 7-fi at Jefferson sired field Tuesday morning as Jim Hatcher and Danny Cotighlin each belled a double. Walt Turnicr gol a double far Ihe Red Sox. In tiie afternoon match al Tower Park Ihe Cubs whto.od past the and Courtney. 'Winner — Byrd U-0). Loser — Clcvenger (5-1). HR — Maxwell, 2 (13th and Mill). 000 000 200 —280 Boston 000 000 100 —1 (i 1 Keegan (3-3) and Moss. Sisler, Delock (I!) and White.. Looser— Sisler (5-4). HR — Dropo (Kith). Clevel.iJK) 033 100 004 —11 12 0 Now York 020 000 000 —2 I! 1 Mossi (5-1) and Nixon. Sturdivant, Ditmar (3), Cicolte (4) and Berra, Johnson (II). Loser — Slur- dk'unl (IM). MR — Ni.xon (1st), Carey (Oth), Colavilo (lllh). and the Monza (10) 'gcrous." Bryan turned in the fastest prac- Johnson Named Top lice spin as he covered Hie circuit in one minute and Ihrcc-ftflhs of a second at an average speed of 154.341 mph at the wheel of bis racer. In another run, he averaged 157 mph, Sachs wa.s clocked in 1:06.5 and and Sam Jones U-3). Oddly oimv.gh. I wo who had been Kintecl upon liii^ily. Vinegar Pcn<! 55; Musial, Cards 54; Huak, Ked-.Mj/.el) (1-51 and lk-rm Wchmcii- legs 47; Moryn, Cubs 42; Ennis, i !2-l), haven'! bci-n up to par. "Hn! Cards 41. j Wchnii'icr .-shows sims <if COIIIMV; . American League'—Sicvers, Sen- i out of it." Manager Krcd H'.ileHn- (Invers ulors 53 . Auntie, Yanks 51; Skow-jsun said, "and Mr/ell has just hail ran, Yanks 50; Wert/., Indians 47; Colavilo, Indians 42. Pitching Shanl/., Yanks 9-1; S :i n f o r el . Crawford in 1:08.4. They was just a warm-up and said it no im- Phils 9-1; Trucks, Braves 8-2. Schmidt, Cards 6-1; Athletics C-l; Buhl, Campbell Qualifies For NCAA Tourney !a rough lime of it. It's just om' iof those things." llulrh aAled. in- ilicii'.im: lie believed Vinegar's.luck iXMild cbiini'.c jus: ;x easily. Aski'd if the leain and bench could Jiold up '.hroimh Ihe slre-U'h, Hutch, a conservative man, replied: "We'll ilo all righl." portance should be given, to their times. Add .so-culled "ability tests" wore, scheduled loday. The first qualifi-' 0 ' COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (UPl—Litlle Joe Campbell, former' Indians Lose 10-8 . .ill, former ^[nnfpcf 1 nt XVirhifft Pur,!, le University ami Andc-rs<m, i |u 9^Sr QT WICmra WICHITA, Kan. U'-I'/—Tin; Imli- liist 3 to-ii slim- i 'fesl Io Wichita Tuesday night in cation tests will be held tomorrow. mial NCAA «« !r l-»'»'"<--.v. ;> «•'"»« fcalurin;. I! errors and -1 Campbell, a Walker Cup selec-'Imini;™. lion, was one of li-l Rollers wrtoi The (cams split HIP errors 1ml ditional practice spins and the* lld " , slnr . •""'"• ;1 five-ovcr-par 77 WIU111 llcd "ability tesLs" W cre! Tnos(la - v '" « IV(1 ll " 11 •' :!i; -'' ;l1 '' lolal::'iK'P"lis a spot in the (i(Kh an- same members of India's Davis | pm . k on p r j t | ay mn rnir,R and the Cup loam they met in the inter - . - .. '/.one finals in Australia last December. Seixas, who won the Wimbledon men's crown In 11)53 and is slxth- from seeded in this tournament, played Wally Potter Is New Tech Football Coach INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Wally Potter Tuesday was named Io succeed Howard Longshore as head [ foo'..ball coach at Indianapolis Tech matches High School. 1'oller, an nssislanl coach for seven years, is a graduate of But- Mercelis of Belgium Karo! Page- Naresh Kumar while seventh-seeded Flam was pitted against Ra- mana'.han Krisbnun. In the opening singles ma'-ehcs of the 1050 Davis Cup inlcrzonu finals, Seixas whipped Kumar In .slraight sets bul Flam needed five sets before downing Krishnan. Tin; Yanks went on from there to whip India's two-man team, 4-1, but lost Io Australia in the challenge round. In the major women's single involving Americans, Dorothy Head Knock: of Forest Hills, N. Y., played Christiane Winless Phillies is-fi as Jerry Rynerson limited the losers to one hil, a third Ir.niiiK. triple by Larry Butlicc with n mate on base. Don Yerkes, Don Fiscel, Richard HnuRii and Jerry Rynerson 'ill swatted doubles tor the Cubs. The rescheduled contests are the Dodgers vs. Cards a', Fairview White Sox vs. tlie Panthers, also at Fairview on Friday afternoon. Three Ladies Take - Harold Counfry Club Prizes J-oh/ison of Philadelphia was named top contender for Ihe lighl heavyweight crown today in the Ring Magn/ine's Ingest rulings. The now designalion, climaxing , . remiirkablc rebound may hcl|) participated. Evelyn George, Phyllis Hilkerl and Mcrrv Bellinger won prizes In Die Match play vs. Par golf program nl the Logansport Country cli:b Tuesday in which 21 golfers Five local club women allendcd llic Rochester invitational lasl his campaign for a shot at Archie Moore's 175-pound title. '1'wonl.v-eighl - year-old Johnson, i week wilh Nina j-Jnllard who can fight as a heavyweight! the only prize. winning qualified for match play which began luclay ami enii.s Salir.iay. The cutoff point for Ihe qualifiers of an original field of 1110 was ISfi —wilh a number of playoffs necessary. The learn championship was successfully defended by Houston University. Notre Dannie and l-'ur- man temn .scons ;iflc." Die firsl If) holes, did not finish in the lop six, or light hcnvy, was previously i Plans were made .isted'as the fourth-ranking heavy'- Lwn-bnll golf event weight aspirant. Bin. his iinpres- July 3 at Ihe links, sive I'irsl-round knockoul of lighl- heavy contender Clarence Hiniuml on May 31. and 'his for a mixed at 4 o'clock Americans read ap- 18,500,000,00(1 news- campaign for Moore's tille, helped \ papers, 4,500,00,000 maga/.ines and Each year a nnou need prox i m ately Wichita .smacked 3 of the long The Indians gol away to a. 5-0 lead in the iir.st hui innings, bi:' Ihe home club fought back :ni-.l finnlly .scori.'il four runs in the sevon'.h Io iee liie vielary. Neil Chrisley hi:, a Ihrcc-nin homer in Ihe lir.sl. However, hi' John Adams was Ihe iir.st ambassador Io Kngland. U.S. by Harry ll.inclirink, Karl lie. 1 .'!! and Ray Shi-an-r. Tom Flanigaii picked up hi second luss in as many days and Don MeManun go 1 , the win. shift him to Ihe 175-pound ings al the lop. rank-1450,000,000 book.s. We pay five bil- Ilion visits to the movies annually. University. Longshore, head coach for 1.0 years, last week was appointed head of Tech's social studies dc- parlmenl. MAN-MADE KIKES BOSTON—Mar is responsible for I ros of Miami mel Use Buding of Germany, and Mimi Arnold of Redwood City, Calif., faced Violet White of Britain. All seven U. S. entries inl he women's singles division, including top-sectled Althea Gibson of Now York, survived Tuesday's Yanks Red Sox Hatcher and Pasquale and Reulebuch, Justice. Cubs Phillies Rynerson and 1-Iaugh; hart, Miller, Best, J. R 11. 15 j 7 3 2', fl 4 5] Johnson , R H E 15 !> 2 (i t 4 K. Burk- Burkhai't Guaranteed Quality.' MUFFLERS-TAILPIPES BLOWOUT-PROOF and J. 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