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Thursday Evening, July 11, 1957. Minors Mapping Plans for Survival By LEO H. PETERSEN United Presi Sports Editor ST. LOUIS (UP) — Faced with * drastic realignment because of the possible westward movement of the _ Brooklyn Dodgers and New . York Giants, the minor leagues started mapping plan s today for survival. ' . At a three-and-a-half hour session with baseball Commissioner Ford Frick, the heads of the nation's top minor leagues started setting up -the machinery change the minor league map as the major leagues expand. While no concrete action was taken at the special session Frick jaid Wednesday that "now at least we know each other's probr lems." But he «dded he didn't have any information as to when the Dodgers will move to Los Angeles and the Giants to San Francisco. "Actually, we found we don't know where we are going," Frick declared. "Baseball over the next few years faces the problem of growing up with the country and putting its leagues on a modern basis." The Pacific Coast League, the top •minor circuit in the country, would be the most affected if the Dodgers and Giants — and they have .until -Oct. 1 to decide — should go to the West Coast. But Frick said there was no mention of specific cities as possible new sites in the league should it lose Los Angeles and San Francisco. "We discussed, about every cily in the country during the meeting," he added. He said he did 'not bring up the subject of a third major league— which he feels sure will be established in the near future—or his proposed, change in the baseball draft, which he thinks will have to be adopted if the sport is to stay outside anti-trust legislation. Baseball Bigwigs Under Fire WASTONTON OUP) — Baseball's bigwigs, already under -fire by congressional investigators for alleged monopolistic practices, today faced a possible "intimidation" charge. Rep. Patrick J. Hillings (R- Calif.) disclosed Wednesday thijt staflf investigators of the Houst Antt - Trust Subcommittee have started a check to determine 'if baseball owners and officials arc "intimidating" Bob Feller because of his recent critical testimony before a House committee. The disclosure came about after Feller was prevented from holding a baseball clinic for youngsters in Brooklyn Dodger - owned Wrigley Field in Los Angeles this week. Hillings' statement brought conflicting slatomenls from all concerned, but tho congressman said that it the House Anti-Trust Subcommittee finds "substantial evidence of reprisals against Feller because of his testimony, (hen it would ask the Department of Justice to prosecute the individuals responsible." Pony League Stars Named All-Stars for Pony League tournament were picked last night. players were chosen from the following teams: Braves—Bill Elliott, Jim Bender, Paul Bauer, Ronnie McFalridgc. Tigers—Ronnie Fritls, Dave Summers, Charles Myers, Phil Walters. ^ Dodgers — Ronnie' Grnndslaff, Wes Parmeter, Bill Timberman, Mike Newton. Indians — Harry Dahl, Hush Burns, .loe Newman, and Buddy Smith. The all-star team will be- head cd by Jack Winters o( Ihe Eagles Braves, with Ves Corcoran ot the Tigers and Harold Baker ot Ihc Dodgers as coaches. The selections were made last night at a meeting of the league's officials and managers. ROYAL CENTER BOY PREPARES FOR DERBY LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRAE Logansport, Indian*, Pharos-Tribune Seven Who's Going To Stop The 'Bloody' Yanks? Don Dempscy. 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dcmpsey of Royal Center, is making ready for his first Soap Box Derby competition in Logansport July 31. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) No More Twin Bills For Stan, The Man The St, Louis Cardinals and the New York Yankees, received some distressing news today as they prepared to open the second half of their pennant drives. Stan Musial, with the full' approval of manager Fred Hutchinson, announced he has participated in his last double-header for .he Cardinals this sea'son, while the Yankees learned that their ace reliever, Bob Grim, is suffering again with a sore arm. M-usial's decision to play only Jie first game of twin bills for the remainder of the season means his National League record tor "consecutive games played probably will be snapped Sunday A-hen the Cardinals meet the Phillies in a double-header at Philadelphia. Giants, Cubs, Braves Win Cuba, Giants and Dodgers were victors in Little League and Pony League play Wednesday night over the Panthers, Indians, and Braves. The Cubs combined six timely hits with Jive Panther errors to chalk up their National- Division LLB victory, 12-4. Carr MoPherson belted a home run and Brian Schue got a double for the Cubs while Joe Platt and Mike Runyon '.hit doubles -for the Panthers. At Crain Field, the Giants erased a 5-1 deficit with seven'' runs in the fourth inning, highlighted by a home run and single by Don The 3G.-year-old first baseman jspeitel, and a double by More- John Pabst hit a double and two singles and Fritz Miller added two singles for the losing Indians. In the Pony League match, the Dodgers fell behind, 2-0, in four innings then pushed across five runs in the fifth to defeat the Braves, 0-2. •Mike Newton bested Jim Bendor 'in a hurling duel although Bender whiffed 13 batter. Newton fanned three and walked two. For the Braves, Bender got two lasn't misised a game since the open-ing day of the 1952 season, appearing in 861- consecutive contests, but admits those long, drawn - out double; headers are starting to catch up with him. Talks It Over "It's been .kind of a struggle slaying two games in one day," Musial explained as the Cardinals arrived in New York for the opening of a 13. - game eastern trip against, the Giants. "I. felt like I was getting a little tired, so I talked it over' with Hutch and we both felt I'd probably bo more valuable to the club just playing the first game of double - head- Yankees, meanwhile, Porky Oliver, Henry Ransom Lead Canadian ers. The learned of Grim's recurrent arm trouble as they propared to launch a 12 - game road trip tonight at Kansas City. The sorcne&s is located in the right forearm, near the elbow, as in the past.' Grim twice had to be placed on the disabled list, in 1955 and last year, because of this chronic condition. Tlie big right hander, who won eight games and lost three in helping the Yankees gain a 2'/a- game lead over Ihe first half o[ the campaign, is hopeful that the arm "will come around" with a proper rest.. As a result, manager Casey SLengel plans to keep Grkn out of the three-game Kansas City series with the hope he'll be ready for Sunday's crileial twin- bill against' the White' Sox. at Chicago. The While Sox, also hit by a recent, wave of injuries, swing back into action tonight by entertaining, the Washington Senators. Boston is at Detroit 'for an afternoon game, while Baltimore is at Cleveland for a twilight - night doubleheader. , Another twilight-nightttwinbill in the .VL pits the Chicago Cubs against the Phillies at Philadelphia. Cincinnati visits Brooklyn and Milwaukee is al Pittsburgh in other arc-lighters. The second - place Braves fell three games back of pace-setting St. Louis last niffhi by suffering a 5-2 setback al the hands of the Pirates in Ihe only major league action. 'A two-run, iiiside-the-p'ark homer by Bob Skinner and n three-run single by Gene Baker carried the Pirates to their fourtih straight viclory. Bab Purkoy allowed only six hits, including a two-run homer .by Eddie Mathews, in posting his ninth victory. Bob Buhl was the loser. hits and Ronnie Colcman a dou- ile. Ronnie Grandstaff got two hits. Garnet Welch smashed a two-run triple. The Dodgers also unreeled a triple play, first of the season in Pony League play. Summary: ' LITTLE LEAGUE Cubs Panthers 151,140-12 100,111— 4 8 2 5 5 Schue and Maroney; Winter, Gundrum and Runyon.' Giants Indians 100,701—9. 140,000—5 Hayden, Spencer and Spcitel; F. Miller and Nunnally. Braves Dodgers PONY LEAGUE 000, 200,0—2 1 1 000 051.X—C 9 ,0 Bender and Elliott; Newton and Timbcrman. INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Al Lopez, relaxing with "old friends" for a few days, took stock of the Chicago Whit« 'Sox pennant chances today and figured there'; still ample time to catch the New York Yankeei. . ; . He predicted the White. Sox will shake 'off their ailments and malice a fight 'of it from here on in.- Al, who went to the major* from this American Asso- i elation stronghold, said a siege of (injuries cost his club a five-game i lead in the American League flag chase during .the last half of June. "We've played 'good ball," said •Lopez, "but injuries really -hurt us. (Sherm) Lollar has been out for three weeks, (Larry) Doby's out with a .groin injury, (Jim) Land-is had a pulled muscle, (Dick) Donovan missed a couple of turns, and' (Luis) Aparicio was out for a week." To Elevate Beard? . Despite that injury wave, the White Sox remained in strong contention. . ""We went through a rut while the Yankees hit a real good streak," observed Lopez, "Yet, we're still only 2V4 games, be- Foote, Essig Lead Western Jr. Tourney LAFAYETTE, Ind.-(UP) - Don Essig, recent''winner of the Indi-, ana Junior golf title, and defend-! 1 " 1 ™- ing champion Dick Foote led a I Lopez was confident Lollar, his KITCHENER, Ont. (IPJ — The tricky, rolling Westmound golf course was causing loud moana today among the touring pros in the 48th Canadian Open, but Ed (Porky) Oliver and Henry Ransom weren't complaining. The two "okl pros," \|ho between the,m have been playing professionally for 45 years, showed the young guard how it was done during the first round of tho $25,000 Canadian Open Wednesday, posting identical scores of 32-36— te to assume a one-shot lead. But pressing the '40-year-old Oliver and the 46-year-old Ransom was a flight of 14 other par- breakers. Mike Souchak, Grossln- ger's, N.Y., Mike Fetohick, Mahopac, N.Y., Don Fairfield, Casey, ill., and Masters champion Doug •Ford, Mahopac,- N.Y., were all one 1 jfeot Vaughn Scores TKO He Wanfed to Win CHICAGO (UP) - Middleweight Willio Vaughn threatened today to break into the top ten ranking because of a victory in the .(jght he wanted U>—win more than any other. He scored n technical knockout over Chebo Hernandez, Juarez. Mexico, jn a televi.ffed. bout Wednesday night to revenge for home town treatment in their last previous meeting. Legion Wins Thriller, 7-6 Logansport Jr. Legion nine came off the floor Wednesday night after being down,. 4-0 then B-4, to defeat the Kokomo Jr. Legion, 7-6. Logansport didn't score until the sixth inning. They were trailing, 4-0. They put together tout hits with a base on balls, and an error by Kokomo, for four tallies that tied the. same. Kokomo roared back with two runs in top of the final frame to take a 6-4 lead. Undaunted Logansport' retaliated with three runs in last of the 'eighth* to win. Jones led off the eighth inning for Logansport wilh a home run. Nichols singled, took second on fly-outs by O'Connor and Cart, then scored on a hit by Cain. Hanner doubled Cain across witih the winning run. Jones and Hanner led the locals with two hits each. Tigrelt and Maroney each had two hit; for Kokomo. Summary; • Kokomo 030 100 M=-e ft 1 Logon . 000 004 03—7 9 5 Joseph,' McCoy (ID. and Dyer; Curry, Hainer (0) and Nichols. field of 32 into match play of the Western Junior golf championship today. Essig of Indianapolis was medal- ist of the tourney, winning the honor Wednesday with a 3€--hole total of 146, four over par on the Purdue University course, Foote of. Santa Ana, Calif., however, shot the lowest qualifying score,' a two over par 144. He declined to .compete for medalist honors in order to retain his No, 1 ranking as defending" titlist. The tourney's team title in the two qualifying rounds was won by Purdue. Tihe Boilermaker trio of Gene Francis, Seacliff, N.Y., first round leader, Bab, Black, Mas- siliotv, Ohio, and Glen Combs, Seymour, Ind., fired a combined total of 450 strokes for the 36-»hales. Two rounds of mati'-h play today will trim Ehe field to eight for Friday's 'quarterfinals and semi-finals with the championship match scheduled Saturday. One 'stroke behind Essig hi qualifying were Deane Beman, Kensington, Md., last year's medalist and runnerup, and Nick Borklich Jr., Yqsilanti, Mich., with 147 totals. Scores of 156 or better were necessary to gain the match play round. Eight swingers tied at 156 but only one made the grade In a 'special play-otf for the 32nd berth. The winner on the third extra hole was Gary Liotta, Albany, Calif. In all, 10 Hoosiera gained the round of 32. The others were Glen Combs, Seymour 148; Ronnie Atwell, Indianapolis 151; Ron' Wan- Jiumuchler, Evansville 153; Tad Schmidt, Garrett 154; Torn Brown, West Lafayclite 154; Jim Hanreld, Anderson 154; Ron Royer, Crawfordsville 155; Sam Carmichael, MartinsviHe 155, and Joe Werner, Logansporl 155. Other Hoosiers. eliminated included Dave Bellinger, Monticello 150; William Berg, Fort Wayne 157; Dick Williams, Columbus 160; Bob Hess Linton 162; John Sawyer, Rochester 163; John Gay.50, Sullivan l»0; Sam Moore, Wash- ng!x>n 102. ifideht i Yankees Cline, Welch Toss Hitless, 7-Run Game Bud Cline and Tony Welch combined their pitching efforts to allow the White Sox no hits, but seven runs, for a- Red Sox victory in Minor League play Wednesday, 9-7. •.' Cline started. He held the Pale Hose hitless but walked several and got into trouble. Welch relieved and finished the game. Cline, normally a catcher, received for Welch. Welch and Buddy Piper paced the winners with a double each. In the morning game at Tower, the Phillies finally ' broke into the winner's circle. They outlasted the Yanks, 15-14. Bruce Daugherty and Danny Hughes v socked doubles for the Yank's, For the Phillies Dave Miller and Larry Buttic retaliated with doubles and 'Mike Titus tripled. At Fairview Park the Indians went on a rampage to swamp the Cubs, 24-4, Dori Kistler swatted two triples for the victors anc Grimes tripled for the Cubs. Summary; AT TOWEB PARK R TT T? It Hi Phillies 15 11 5 Yanks 14 7 4 Buttice and J. Burkhart, Gerlach; Hatcher .Frettinger anc Pasquale, Hayden, R H E White Sox 9 " 3 2 Hed Sox 701 Cline, Welch and Combs, Cline; Turnier, Johnson, Hilbert ant Reutebuch. AT FAIRVIEW PARK R H,E Indiana 24 12 ( Cubs 433 Klsller arid Apt; Fettig, Grimes Williams, Fiscel and Hough. Six Local Youths To Participate in Junior Tennis Meet Six boys and girls Irom Logansport .will take part in the Juniors Boys and Girls Northern Indiana ....Or Whip Tl Asks Hornsb Major League Standings National League W. i. Pet, GB St. Louis 46 31 .597 Milwaukee 44 35 ,557 3 Philadelphia , 42 34 .553 3% Cincinnati ' 44 36 .550 3% Brooklyn 41 36 .532 5 New York 36 43 .456 H Pittsburgh 30 49 .380 17 Chicago 26 45 .366 17 Wednciday's Results . Pittsburgh 5 Milwaukee 2 (night) (Only game scheduled.) Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (night) — Spahn (8-7) vs Law (4-4). Friday's Games Cincinna-t vs Brooklyn at Jersey City, night St. Louis at New York, night Chicago at Philadelphia, night Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, night American League W. L. Pet. GB New York 51 26 .662 ... Chicago 49 29 .028 2% Boston 42 37 .532 10 Cleveland 39 38 .506 12 Detroit 39 39 .500 12% Baltimore 37 39 .487 13% Kansas City 29 47 .382 21'A Washington 25 56 .309 28 Wednesday's Results (No games scheduled.) • Friday'* Games Washington at Chicago, night New York at Kansas City, night Boston at Detroit, night Baltimore at Cleveland, night American Aaioclatlon W. L. .Pc(. Wichita 54 33 621 Minneapolis 4940 <55i St. Paul 4638 'KS Omaha 47 39 547 Denver 40 44 476 Indianapolis 3845 458 Charleston 40 48 455 . Wednesday's Results Charles 3 Denver 1 Louisville 5 Omaha 3v St. Paul 8 Indiaiiaoolis 3 Minneapolis 3 Wichita 2 Today's Games Denve at Charleston St. Paul at Indiana-noils catcher, will be back in action by the end of the week. Perhaps Doby, his regular centerfielder, too. If Doby is still out, there's speculation the White Sox may promote Ted Beard, an eximajor leaguer who is swatting the ball at around a .330 clip for Indianapolis and is one of the best defensive outfielders in the Triple-A circuit. Lopez also has his eyes on several other Tribesters, but he refused to elaborate. Mlnorti Majors' Worry "I came down here to watch the ballclub," -he said. "I .wanted to look over some of the fellows who were wi-th us in spring training.. ., and some who weren't with us." Lopez, who went to Chicago from Cleveland, said he swapped "the best pitohiag staff for the fastest club in baseball." He said interest in "the national pastime—especially in the major leagues—"is 'as great or greater now than it ever has-'been. And qualifications tor the National"ten I ttonk its going to keep picking nis championship at Elkhnrt today. up.' The championship will be held at As for bhe minor leagues and Kalamazoo, Michigan, in August, their financial amf attendance matches-are Mickey Farreli, Eddie woes, he said somethings going Nicno i Si Don Brookmyer, Dick to have to be done." "The majors are worried about said. "I wish I had the answer." Major League Leaders National League Player & Club G. AB.R. H.Pct. Aaron, Milw. 80 341 G4 HO .340 I 277 32 05 .343 THE FUR FLEW MADISON, WJs. (UP)—A newsboy found a Siamese cat answering the description of one lost by Mrs. William D. Walker before she left on a triip to Michigan. At her direction, he put Hie cat on a plane for Detroit. Today the cat was back in Madison. It was the wrong "one, Indians Lose Again INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — The slumping Indianapolis'Indians lost their fourth American Association baseball game in a row Wednesday night as they succumbed to the mound magic.of Ron Negray and his slugging St. Paul teammates. .M. And •Powder Puff Derby Lad|«i Fro This FWOAY NIGHT .. LAFAYETTE SPWDWAY Fondy, Pitts. Cin. Pitts. Gronl, 78 317 58 82 212 24 American League 99 .912 6G .311 Mantle, N.Y. 7725272 93.309 Williams, Bos. 72 2« 55 85 .313 Boyd, 'Bait. 74.243 V, 82.337 Skowron, N.Y. 72 280 43 93 .332 Malzono, Bos. Te'Slfl 00 104 .327 Home Rung National League—Aaron, Braves 27; Musial, Cards 20j Crowe, Red- logs 11; Mathows, Braves 17; Snider, Dodgers 16. American ' League — Ma ntle, Yanks 22; Sievers, Senators 20; Williams, _ Red Sox 20; Maxwell, Tigers 18'; Zernial', Athletics 10. Run* Batted In Notional League—Aaron, Braves 73; Musial, Cards 66; Crowe, Red- logs 55; Hoafc, -Redlegis 55; Eanis, Cards, 53. American League— Skowron, Dial, Jean Horton, and Joan Brookmyer. Winners of local elimination rounds held earlier this week are: Juniors, 18 years of age and under, Eddie Nichols over Dick Vitello, 6-1, 6-3, Mickey Farrell over Allen Schmidt, 6-2, 6-2; FarreJJ over JNIchols, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3. Boys, is years and under, Don Brookmyer over Jim Pierce, 6-3, 6-1; Dick Dial over Bill Studebaker, 8-1, 6-0; John Scott over John Luxem, 6-3, 6-8, 6-1; Brookmyer over Dial, 3-6, B-2, 6-3. Girls 15 and under, Jean Horton over Mclllain, 8-3, Goltschalk over Turnpaugh, 8-4; Joan Brookmyer over Walls, 8-1; Marilyn Rush over Fickle, 8-1; Horlon over Gottschalk, H-0; Brookmyer over Hush, 11-1); Horton over Brookmyei' 6-3, 2-6, 6-1. OFFICIAL POP OUT MUSKISGON, s Mich. (UP)-Soda pop has been ruled out during working hours for thirsty North ! Yanks 00; Sievers, Senators Muskogon city of-fioi-al s and om- Mantle, Yancs 57; Malzone, Red ploycs. Aldermen clamed a request Sox 56; Minoso, White Sox SS. lor installation of a soft drink' «..-..,— vending machine, stating that the "logical but unlikely climax would see tho city dispensing beer for its constituents." MOTOROLA CAR RADIOS Shantz, Pitching Yanks 9-1; Sc bmldt, Cards 7-1; Sunning, 'Tigers 10-2; Sanford, Phils 10-2; Trucks, Athletics 7-2. GETS RAIL MEDAL OF HONOR WASHINGTON (UP)-The Railroad Medal ot Honor was presented today to Herman J. Schaetor, 34, Evansvilie, Ind., a switchman who risked his 1 Me to save a little boy. Schaofer became the 70th person to receive the award since Congress established it in 1905. He was cited 'for saving 2-year-old Timothy Hoberson in 1954. Omaha al Louisville Minneapolis at Wichita Moore Match Appears Set LOS ANGELES (-UP)-A match between champion Archie Moore and Tony Anthony for the light- henvyweiglrt title appears definitely set here for Sept. 11. After singer-actor Frank Sinatra ottered to Withdraw from the-promotion and penult local clubs to handle it, the California Athletic Commission Wednesday gave informal approval' for the match to be sponsored jointly by the Hollywood Legion Stadium and Olympic Auditorium. EDITORS' NOTE: Baseball Hall of Funer Rogers Hornsby, former manager, most valuable player, and National L e a g.u e leading hitter for six straight years, now directs Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley's Youth Foundation. But ipark Horxetiy still has hi« old zest for outspoken hot stove sessions. Here Is the way he sees this year's American League race at the mid-season mark. • • By ROGERS HORNSBY . As Told To United Press CHICAGO, Jyly 10 (UP)-I wish I didn't have to say tills but it'i going to be the New York Yankees all the way. The only ones who even can giv« them a race of it are the Chicago White Sox. Maybe -t the beginning Cleveland, Boston and Detroit had a chance — but not any longer. I don't think this is good for baseball. I think it's time somebody whipped the Yankees bloody. But who? Cleveland had the pitching. Then the Indians lost Bob Lemon and Herb Score because of injuries. That • shot them through, with, holes, Chicago Has Pitching I thought at the beginning (ihat (Detroit might come up with some 'pitching but tho Tigers just haven't shown. As for Boston, Uiat's • turned into a club of individuals. They don't pull together. The White Sox have the pitching, more or less. Billy Pierce holds up more than his share o£ tho load. But there's no hilling. The Yankees have it every way you look. Primarily, they've got the bench. When they're forced to put in a replacement the guy usually fits in so well that the team gets strengthened. It's almost a vicious circle. The way I see Hie Yonks, they're primarily a four-man club: Yogi Bcrra, Mickey Mantle, Bill Skowron nivd Gil McDougald. At least one of these four is going to come through for you every time. Usually, all four do. Theso guys aren't hot shots. They're day-in-day-out ballplayers. Yanks Have Hiltcrs With Bcrra, Mantle, Sk-owron and McDougald as mainstays, Uio rest ot the Yanks can afford to g«t hot and cold. At least one or two of the others are going to ba hot at once so the Yanks have five, six guys smashing tho ball while the other clubs have only one or two hitters. Now you take the White Sox -and the only really dependable Hitter you find is Nelson Fox. He can't carry it all by himself. What's Hie answer? I wish I know. I like the Yankees and consider Casey Stengel and George Weiss my good friemls. But I don't think it's healthy for baseball to have one club #rnb a monopoly on championships. So it's like I said. I don't caro who wins — so long as it's not the Yankees. Read the Classified Ad; FARM BUREAU OFFICER INDIANAPOLIS (DP) — Mrs. Guy E. 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