The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on June 5, 1960 · Page 31
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Blank By Don BrymU Sunday So«ti CMamiilit Take a moment 1 o refresh your memory-two weeks from today is Father’s Day. I’erhaps by now Mom has already decided Pop needs a new rake, or the kids have settled on a ball glove so the old boy can play catch with them. But just in ca.se some family is stumped, and Pop hap- pen.s to enjoy reading occasionally, it might be of interest to know that there are some exceptionally good sports books fresh off the presses. I^et’s take a peek at a few of them, start^g with Kdwin Pope’s ‘’Baseball’s (Greatest Managers.” fDoiibleday). Pope, a veteran Miami sportswriter, polled numerous members of his fraternity and came up a star-spangled list that will please .some fans and irritate others. Starting with C’ap Anson, Pope sketches the careers of such notables as Miller Huggins, A1 I«opez, Casey Stengel, John Mctiraw, Connie Mack and others. While you may not agree with Pope’s Top 20 , you’ll agree that the exploits of those listed make entertaining reading. Is Pop u boxing fan? Okay, try “Dempsey” (Simon and Schuster», Jack Dempsey’s autobiography penned with the aid of Bob Considine and Bill Sloeiim. At times The Mauler waxes a bit maudlin and occasionally you can’t miss the corn, but Dempsey doesn’t pull any punches, lie lakes you through his strife-lprn childhood, his climb to fame and to the most brilliant points of his fabled career. While it’s a story of a man, it’.s also a chronicle of a vanished sports era in .America—his draft scandal, his ver.sion of the long count, his acquaintances, shady and otherwise, the gay life of the 1920s are all included in straight-.spoken terms. * Joe (iaragiola will never be known a.s a Hall of Fame baseball player, but when it comes to spinning a diamond yarn this much-m-demand emcee and broadcaster has few peers. Anyone who has heard the ex-major league backstop reel off his limitless supply of tales, will know that his book, “Baseball Is A Funflv Game” (Lippincott), is hilarious. Joe lakes you behind the scenes to the clubhouse life of ball players, the trials and tribulations. But he is at his. .best firing off humorous anecdotes. Like the time Lefty Gomez was pitching to Jimmy Foxx and kept shaking off the catcher, who finally asked him why he didn’t pitch. “Let's wait a while,” Gomez said. “Maybe he’ll get a long-djstance phone call.” Or Yogi Berra’s outburst in the 1949 All Star Game clubhouse meeting during which time all the players spent some 10 minutes suggesting ways to pitch to Stan Musial. ••You gii>s arc trying to stop Musial in 15 miniiles while the National League ain’t slopped him in 15 years,” growled Yogi. Or the Washington rookie who was eating a hot dog in the bullpen when he gut the call to warm up. He shoved the hot dog in his pocket and started throwing, gelling the call to the mound a minute later. His instructions upon reaching the mound; “Thera are no outs, the bases are loaded. Coming up are Lazzeri, Gehrig and Ruth” “Here, hold my hot dog—I won’t be here long,” the rookie responded. No question about it. “Baseball Is .\ Funny Game,” and Garagiola keeps you laughing from cover to cover. Finally, if Pop is a Little Chiefs’ coach or just a plain arm-ehair manager, he’ll get a bang out of the “Sports Illustrated Book of Baseball.” (,\nd Junior may become a major leaguer, too.) It’s a book compilation of the magazines famed series, which includes detailed instruction on pitching (Sal .Maglie), catching (Del Crandall), batting (Roy Sievers), mfield play (Gil .MeDougald) and outfield play and base-running (Richie .Ashburn). Topping it off are the tremendous illustrations by .Anthony Ravielli. Of course, the main danger in giving Pop a book is that he let his yard work slip a little. But after all, Father’s Day only comes once a year. JlIM I, 1§M tmCOLft SUNDAY lOtJKNAL AND STAE ID Fairhury LiF Leagues Are Big Stuff By Dean Terrill Southeast Nebraska Bureau Fairbury—They still call it LKlle League, but boys’ baseball here is about as big league as you can gel. Fans who attend the season opening Monday night will see 120 newly-suited players take the field, half of them playing a doubleheader and the rest par­ ticipating in the formal ceremonies. Although Fairbury Optimists have sponsored a Little League the past 3 seasons, this year they led the town in an all-out effort to boost the prestige of the R clubs. Businessman Doyle Lade, himself a former big leag- er, raised some $800 in con- tributions to completely outfit the 9 to 12 -vear-olds. The city lighted the field for more glamorous after­ dark play, and even put up a 180-foot fence as a home run target. league chairman Hank Korte is as proud of the innovations as the young players are of their new uniforms. He is also en- thusiastic about the coop­ erations from such groups as the park board, power board and city council. “Fairbury has one of the best ba.scball programs you will find anywhere,” he remarked. “If a boy has the ability to go places, he can sure get a start here.” A Midget League takes over the boys at age 13, which gives them up to 7 years of actual playing experience before they move up to the Junior American Ixgion club. The town also has two other lighted fields, one for full-size baseball and one for softball. Managers of the 8 teams will he introduced at the opening ceremony, with F. Don Alaclay acting as master of ceremonies. The Lea 1 11 t<> Sw im Sifonsored by Hv«! ilross. Suiulay* JounutI find Star, all st liools iii ljiii«'«fstvr ('oiinty. Fity Hvvr<aiti«m Dvimrtmvnl^ ) and lAmoln .fir Force Hasv, Registration form for free swimming lessons. All par- ti-'ipants in high school or below will enter pool free and inslruclion i.s free. Youngsters must be above 3rd'grade. Srml I'his Applioalioii To: Learn to Swim 312 S. 12th St. Lincoln, Neb. Do not send in this blank if you have filled one out at school. Please print: ........................ Last name First name Age .Address Telephone No. Boy or Girl Begiuiiiiig Swiniiiiiiig Plf.-vnr Indicate below If vou rif*ire vour child to participate in BF.r,IN- NING SWI.MMINO \LL BKCONNiNG SWIMMING claeaea are held at .Munt- cipa! I'ool m st, ( I Fir« session: Jime » July I < I 9 1.'« to 10 a m ( ) 9:15 to 10 a m < ' 10 I.S to U a m. ( ) Si>cond sevsion July 11 39 ( ) 1M5 to 12 nof»n. liitorinediaU“ SHiiiiiiiiiig i’le.K-e ,ndiC ;ie t-eiiiw f \o>i v. -ti \o ,r ej d to pHrtiCipn!» in INTKP.. ^tKl»lA■l'K SWi.MMl.Nti I’iiCtie clH-ie--- ‘ohio«. f •'s.'U'n.Hi: .«w-mnnri; .\l.«n indicate which hisii .«flHiol pool vou preter to «ttend or if Jivin« in the Lincoln Air (-'orce B t.*ie are « imiicate partiripation in the Î .\KB iKiol. You may take Inttruction at the L.VI-B pool oniv it «ou are a nishiury tiependent and if yoti live nortli of o ,-tt. and wear of \ Wetiue iiia?e accet»^ road«. LAKB INTLK.MKinATB SWl>!.MlNc, will he Offered only at »;ftO to R.m. daily for each ae.seion. < ) Southeaat Pool < > Northeast Pool ( > Lincoln Hiich Pool < ) L4FB Pool I First Se».oon; June »-July • ) 9:15 to 10 00 ( ) 11:15 to 12.00 < ) 3 43 to 4:30 p m. ( ) .Second sesaton. July 11-» ( ) 9;15 to 10:00 < ) 11 15 to 12:00 { ) 3:43 to 4:30 p m. Advanced Swimming Pleas* Indicate helow !f you wish your child to participate In ADVANCED 8WlM.MINfî This class follows Intermediate sw-immin« Indicate choice of pools a.s inistructed under intermediate awimm'.ri: r , ..--.I ____ r.__1 , i t in m ( ) Southeast Pool ( f Northeast Pool ( ) Lincqln HLfh Pool ( I First session June 20 July 8 ( ) 10:15 to 11 00 ( ) 2:45 to 3:30 p m ( > Seciind session. July 11-» < ) 10 15 to 11:09 I ) 2 45 to 3 30 p m. .itiniur Life Saving Ple.t.se indicate twlow if vou wish vour child to participate In Jl'NIOR I IKK 8AVLN(L Thi.s cta.ss 8l.so foitows intermediate »wtmming.-Tho.se taking Jl .MOR LIKK .'i.WINO trust he at least 12 year.s old Indicate choice of pool». only one JUNIOR. LIKE i»AVlN'G claj»» will he offered at each session. It w'tll h# from 1:30 to 2 ;15 p m. ( ) Southeast Pool ( ) First seKton; June »-JuLv • i ) .Northeast Pool ( ) Seccjod session: July 11-29 ( ) Lincoln Hirt Pool Parent Approval My child ii qualified to take the instruction indicated •bova and has my permission to do so. Signed i^arent or Guardian Adult SwHimiiiig (3as!» Collins Ties Goosie (loUim Shoots 68 To Knot Match .Memphis (if) — Baltimore’s big Bill Collins fired a 2-under-par 68 to tie front-running J. C. Goofcie in the $30,- o4o Memphis Open Golf Tournament. Collin.s picked up 3 strokes with a 34-34 over the 6.500- yard. 34-36- 70 Colonial Country Club course, making his 54-hole total 203. Goosie, a happy-go-lucky pro from Knoxville. Tenn . scrambled in with a ragged 1-over-par .36-.35. He 3-putted the 17th green, missing a 3-footer that lipped the cup. Goosie finished weary and sweaty and unusually subdued. “When that putting goes, all you can do is suffer,” he said. He had company in his misery. Ben Hogan of Fort Worth and Bob Rosburg of Palo .Alto, Calif., suffered through 3-over-par 73s. They both stood 4-over but each chopped off a stroke with a clutch birdie on the back nine. At the start of the 3rd round, Hogan. Rosburg and Goosie were locked for the lead with 135. with Collins 3 strokes back. Rookie Bob Shave of Willoughby. Ohio, shrugged off the pressure to move back into convention with a .36-32— 68 that put him a stroke be -1 hind the leaders at 204, | Low .scores: J f floosie. I Knoxville. Tean .................... Bill Coll ns, Baltimore. ..................... Boh Shave, Willoughby. flhio ... . Caiy Midrtlecoff. Mcmphi.» ......................... Bob Rosburf. Palo Alto, Cailf , .... Ben Hogan. Fort Worth Tex............................ Tommy Bolt. CrysUl River. Fla., .. Bob Goalby, Cr>*fa! River. Fla , . Don Whitt. Oorrego .Springa, Calif., .4! Geiberger, Studio Cit.v, talif . 71-69-67—207 Set At Doniphan Doniphan Nebraska’.s finest trap.shooters will stage their 82nd annual Irepshoot June 9-12. The amount of money and trophies to be distributed to Nebraska’s deadeyes will set a record. Francis Orshek of Fremont, president of the .Nebraska State Sportsmen’s .Association revealed that the .shoot will be held on the State Association ‘owned grounds one-half mile north of Doniphan. Ak-Sar-Ben Re§ult8 First racg, 1 mil* aad 1/f. T—l:Sf 4 5. Baltlement 10 80 5,20 4 60 Kinksjou 5 80 4 60 Myrtle*8 Bov noo Also rsn-Starlon, F-Jean Shifter, Soot- tie D.. Taos Cross. Redamber, Gray Jerry. Preview, F Mr. Bean» Sernnd rare, 8 furlongi. T—1:11 3/,5. Master Red 5 40 .1 6« 3.00 Lee Cole 6 20 t.wi V'lld .Sasage 4 20 Vlso ran Tackajac. Jr Moran, Omi f.eorge. (ourter. Slow But Sure .spy Lark F Ever Been Broke. F O'l'ulip. OailT Double paid '.’S.Vi Third race, 5 furlong». T—;jj» 2 .V Rose O .Neill 23 60 12 8« 3.20 Flaxene 19.00 ; 40 Soft Lad.v .3,60 ■Also ran—Graytello. ,Sla.', Tronco, Dolly MaiiJkon, Battleeraft. Jen Through, F-Foxy I.amar. F Alma Dixie Fourth race. 1 mile and 70 yard». T —1:43 4 S. Lueky Jeff g 30 3 g« 3 ^0 «0 Vale Go 430 3.40 Dangerous Dandy 4 40 Also mn-Tickle Fan. Mr Band Vfan. Lucky Jeff, Kin* Love. Wry. Fifth race, t furlongs. T—1:11.2. Career Miss 9 00 5 00 3 60 Gallant Hill 5 40 3 60 Jone.s.v 300 Aso ran—I'mje Herman. Burning Candle. Atascosa. King Hopeful, Patrol Boy. Mark Klaine. The Aft. Kathryn Ann, Taras Rose. Sixth race. 8 furlong». T—1:10. Jo.v Jovce 21 20 7 60 4 ?0 Rifci t. 440 3 0«, Bobbin 3 40 Also i.-n-Royal Jet. Adva-ced, W icn ita Maid Flavius. Beau Red. Mer maiden. Bim Seventh race. 1 mile 1-1«. T—1:43 3 5 Roman Incense u.oO 8 00 4 00 Uwrman 3.6O 2.80 Dtxte Hill 2.80 Alse ran — .Spicy, Auctioneer. .Sorex. Etghtli race. 1 mile 78 yards T—1:43 Ruaty Dream .......................................10 60 6.00 3.80 Firat Peter .................... 6.20 3 60 Bor 0*0 ................................. 3 00 r ^Mkwtful. OU Prince. Cap Sbydeg, Gallant Bid. Grayltn. G. I. Bob, Bradie’s Ann, P-.My Hero. Nlath raee. 1 mile Ml. T—l:S*«i BtwuMl Town 32 40 9 00 6 00 Cadm 8 80 5 40 Shadow Roll 700 .Also ran—F .Salmon Peter. «>ui l>en- Ree. W'lUepasi. Medina Counlv. Duke of Noor, f>tr L.a. Chicuelo fru*t, F- AlUpice, F Jet K first ball will he thrown out, big-league style, either by Mayor Harry Steams or his representative. A look at the league’s managing board might explain where some of the big-league ideas orginated. Besides Korte and Bud Fisher, the board includes 3 former professional players—Lade, Frank Rice and Virg Richardson. Pender Confident Of Beating Sugar Paul Say» Hay's Leffs Gone; Robinson Preparing for 15 Boston (if) — If all the principals show up, there’s going to be a fight for the middleweight championship of the world (New York and Massac h u s e 11 s version) Friday night. > In view of the fact that dap- Each fighter is talking of a possible knockout. Robinson has never lost by a knockout in his 20 year career. “Fd like to win,” said Sugar Ray, “I don’t care how. I never go into a fight with the idea of knoclcing a man round.s. Of course, a knockout always is the best insurance” Major League Leaders AMERICAN LRAOCB INDIVIDUAL RATTING M »r mor* al bats Plsfcr. Club Runnels. Bos, Berra. NY. Ilersp*. K C. Allisbn, Wash. Maria. N V. . Minoso. Chi. , Smith, Chi. Map of City Midget Baseball Ixague districts 67 65-71—203 6é-«»9.68—203 65 71-68-204 70-69-66-205 65-67-73-205 66-66-73—2(» 72-69-65—206 69 67 70- 206 67-74-66—207 Thousand Tros’ Set To Plav per old Sugar Hay Robin.son j out. I am preparing for 15 is one of the fighters involved, some suspicions could arise. He failed to appear for a press conference last week, and recently was among the missing for a fight he had scheduled in Maryland. It’s not likely such will be the case Friday. The aging dancing master should show because: 1. It’s a national TV date, witb a resultant big payoff. The Sugarman likes money. His end should run about $105.000. 2. It’s a chance lor him to regain at least one version of' dr. Ihe middleweight title, which i GVx'nv! w?»h. his ego and finances demand he own. 1 Skowmn, N V. Here’s the setup: St. Robinson, rated among the .....’S'VS 313 ? great fighters in history, is • Kubrk. n y. . 39 or 40. depending on who' Brandt. ' b T u . you listen to. He’s fighting Paul Pender, a one-time Brookline, Mass., fireman who lifted Robinson’s crown in a split decision in Boston, Jan. 22. Pender, who has never rat- • purhrr, c luh ed higher than a 4th in NBA and Ring ratings before he Rarbri. nln. gained the title, is a crafty, 'fini'gi a*. •b r b br bl »et. 144 18 51 1 10 .345 . 96 16 32 9 19 .333 . 84 17 28 5 15 ,3.33 152 27 50 5 25 .329 12H 26 42 12 32 .32* 162 .10 52 6 29 .321 Ifid 22 .81 5 27 .319 138 IS 44 1 22 ,319 94 17 30 5 29 .319 119 21 37 6 24 .311 94 14 29 2 14 .309 166 25 ,50 2 14 .301 127 29 38 4 19 .299 13! 23 39 4 16 .298 153 10 4.5 6 29 .294 144 19 42 4 .32 .292 172 19 50 3 18 .291 83 2H3 Fox, Chi. Ca»h, Drt. . . Kurnn, Ck. Pllarrik, Balt. Clinton, Bo« Maltonr, Ros. Cerx. N Y. 166 23 46 3 16 .277 98 12 27 5 21 .276 131 29 .36 5 22 .27.5 1«! 21 46 0 21 .274 .92 7 25 3 12 .272 130 18 35 2 14 .269 . 71 10 19 1 3 .268 . 76 12 20 1 « .263 145 12 38 5 27 .262 127 » 33 8 19 .260 Tliree-I Averages O From 1,100 to 1,400 baseball aspirants swing into action, June 13 at 1 p.m., as the 1960 i City Baseball League program gets under way. Praciice sessions will occupy the first week of action The leniative schedule calls for two games each week beginning June 20. The teams will play each other twice during the season. Director Buford Grosscup said a farm team system will again be set up in areas where there are enough players. This will give younger players a chance to compete and receive instruction throughout the season. The teams will be split into two divisions. The iCast Division will include Northeast, Bethany, Roberts Park, Havelock. Antelope and Peter Pan. The West Division lists Prescott, Randolph, Muny, F Street, Irving and Whittier. Age limits for different classifications are: Class ,A—Bovs 14 to ISl-j. Class B—Boys 12 '2 to H. Class C—Boys 12 '2 and under. Grosscup announced that players from Huskerville and the .Air Base will play for Muny to accommodate bus schedules. The districts and practice sites: 1. Havelock, 65th and Sevxard. 2. Northeast, 63rd and Baldwin (Northeast Hiihi. 3. Bethao7. 63rd and Baldwin (North- eart Hi*h). 4 Peter Pan. 31st and W. 5 Robert* Park, 60th and A (Pius X HUthi. 6 Randolph. 1100 South 48th (.Millard Lefler). 7. Antelope, 32nd and B (reservoir diamond ) 8. Irving, 22nd and Van Dorn 9 Pre.xcoit, 20th and Harwood. 10. Muny 22nd and K 11. '»Vhittier, 22nd and Vine 12 F Street 8th and F (Cooper Park). Tri-Stale (iolf Set for Sunday Falls City iJPi — The annual Tri-States Open Golf tourney will be held Sunday, June 12, at the Falls City Country club with flights for ail participants. I Gary Gruenemeier of Lin- ■ coin won the tournament last vear. Averages complete through Tuesdaj. May 31. TEAM BATTING AB R II TB HR Pel. Sioux City 1110 245 300 486 31 .270 Fox Citie» 914 164 240 326 15 .263 Des .Moines 1070 181 278 401 19 .260 Cedar Rapids 976 151 244 358 20 .250 Topeka 1189 201 288 448 32 .242 Burlington 874 158 208 318 23 .238 Green Bay 981 149 228 335 24 .232 Lincoln 998 1'26 211 308 13 .211 TEAM FIELDING DP PB PO A E Green Bay Burl.nffton S ioux ( it.v lox CiLes I.inroln Topeka Cedar Rapids De& .Muinef 28 18 4i> 2H ’.*X :i2 6 758 322 48 6 703 272 46 .3 861 403 M 9 «9S 273 48 S 83»l .3«7 «1 .5 »12 :i88 71 4 77.) 3:i4 61 11 821 2% 73 Pet. 937 955 ,9.53 95.3 .9.52 .949 ,948 .937 .Miraba], Top. 91 1318 l 8 Scercy, SC129 1725 5 27 .194 Cutright, DM72 9 14 1 7 .194 Farley. T(n>. 47 7 937 1 91 Sstberg. Lin. 75 10 14 2 10 .187 Tanner. SC276 5 I 4 .185 Hatfield, DM60 7 111 6 .183 Conway. GB McFariane, Bur. 45 8 8 2 8 .178 85 1815 1 13 .176 Fox. GB 88 8 15013 .170 Barth, FC 30 3 5I 4 .167 Wek. Lin. 112301« 1 7 .161 Rancourt. Top. 476 6 1 9 .12« Barfield. RG 2«2 30 4 .107 Boone. GB 54 4 5 I3 .093 INDIVini 51. B5ITI.N(. .5B K H 1HRRI IM I.ehew, FC 8 2 3 0 1J7.Í Clark. DM 9119 34;t2*. 374 Huw>;ei , SC. 111 4» 41316 S» -Spiers. .St 125>346 6 31 .{»,« Kas.vay, T^p.IK14 14 0 9 368 Heimer.DM12»»22 443 20 *167 Ward. F(1(»3 23 3) 2 19 .340 Ripken. F’C 48 It 16 Î 12 -.TtJ Bubash. DM 12 44 13 ;ai Schultz, Top137'28446 35 .321 Castam«n. GB22 0 7 0 (1 .318 VVilliams, DM 130 V> 41 223H.) Anthon.v, FC 81 12 25 1 21 ;i(»9 John.son, CR107 24 .13 9 23:()8 .McWilham.v, Topi;t1 40 I» , 0« I Aaron, t R 233») .1 20 .306 Rydei, CR 122 1737 2 14 .303 1 ; Brand, Bur. !♦» 25 2» 3 9 ..302 Kerns, DM 12»22380 12295 Johnson, Lin, 1051.1 31 0 15 ■19.5 1 Tellena. Bur. 9216 27 5 20 .293 ; Peterson, Bur.625 18 1U.290 Dashner, Top. 121 3235 722.289 Napoleon. Bur.8317 24 4 19 .289 Montgomery, iX: 80 2323 1 L3 .288 Wright, Bur. 7315213 14 .2M Bennett, SC 127 21.16 2 .12 .2&3 Ala. SC10623 30221 .283 Youngdahl, FX;107 14 30 1L5 .2m Hershner, DM .. 1« 4 51 3 .278 Sinnerud. CR ... .112i131 2 18 .277 Look. Lin....................................... 106 15•¿9312.TT4 .Smithdeal.SC 99 24 27 5 26.273 .Smith. GB . 115 31 314 17 .270 Roniar- GB 67 818 1 9 269 Sanchez, Bur. 97 19 261 11«8 Treanry, CR «26 22 1 18 26« Williams, CR 1C.7 1»■28 0 8,267 ! Knowks. GB W 13 !60 8 267 ' Keedj ,S(117 ■23 1! 327 .26.) lohn.son. FC98 2(t M 416 26) ' H'K)f. CR 81 4 22 0 72Ò.') Davalillo, Top. .54 29 0 1 .26.) l.ightner, D.M 121 27 32 4 18:«.4 , Anderson, lop. '•ÏÏ 10 33 2 2! 261 ; Igksias, Top7716‘20 26260 Saverine. Ft1(»6 18 27 2 11 Huford. Llo. 5110 13 2 « .’255 Sancimino. GB 173 12 2j255 1 Vaughn. Top»I 21 •4 3 IS .253 1 Montgomery, Bur 444 111 13.250 , , Powell, Ff101 17 2 & 113.248 i Alvaret. Lin.81 9 20 0 7 .247 Campbell, DM . . 7312 182 16 .347 Johnkton, Lia. .. 37 4 i 3 « .243 Gaffney, Top. . .. 25460 3 .340 Warren, GB Bernhardt. SC . . 29 5 7 2 « .341 . 84 19 20 1 14 .238 MeCutcheon, SC . 34 9 8 26 .235 Hunt. CR 645 150 4 .234 Sellnger. Lin. . 568 13 2 9 .232 Rosell, Top, 135 2130426 .222 1 WiUon, CR. «217 180 4 .220 I I Lipskl, DM .. 41 5918 ,220 ! j Reichert, GB no 18 247 20.218 Jackson, Bur. 38 17 19 2 14 ,216 Haines. DM 89 9 19 010 .213 1 Wright. SC 38 2 80 3 .211 ' Allen, CK81 21173 9 .210 Williamton. Lin. St 8 19 0«.207 Carver. KC 49 5 10 18.204 PITCHING l‘it( hcr» in 30 nr more Inning» rated arrnrding to earned run average per nine, •nning game. U L K II Hh so Era. 4 2 14 31 14 1.53 3 1 13 26 23 43 2 ai 2 2 11 27 18 .32 2.32 1 1 U 2:t 17 36 2.32 3 2 18 34 34 35 2,;)9 4 2 21 38 n 46 2,77 7 0 24 M 19 45 2 86 5 2 27 66 24 47 3.19 3 2 » 31 27 32 3.:i5 3 0 18 31 15 28 3,3« 3 0 18 :m 19 Z3 3 46 4 2 23 34 43 40 3.64 MiMil’m*. Top 2 1 24 43 17 29 3.83 McCracken. DM 2 2 2.3 :i4 28 .32 3 86 iTuldy, Bur .3 1 15 .31 23 42 3.97 Boozei. DM 2 5 2,3 44 30 33 4 13 Nr\Ptx. S( 3 3 26 66 40 46 4 28 3 2 16 29 20 25 4 36 2 3 2» 15 27 24 3 25 2 4 3.3 44 32 16 5.27 1 5 3 Pitrher« with a derision rated according to won-lo»t pet Mood--. Lin Ki»f-hei, CB D..«alillo Top Gilltck, K Frararo. CR Vtarren. GB Segui. S( Jones. Fop Doepkei. Bur Moeller, Lin Chance. FC Papa. FC Loisselle. CR Bexsctte DM Hubash, D.M Camplrell. GB Bnxtol. ST Teuni». Lin 1 33 41 4« 29 5.71 3 47 .58 41 4» 5 91 3 T7 I« 30 34 711 W L RH :ErBbS« D. .Smith.DM 2 0 10 24 88 20 Overby ,CR 20 6 123 9 18 Mallory .Top 2 010 13 610 21 Kk.Bur 20 1515 1!11 15 Symeon.FC 1 0720 5 13 21 Touchberry.Top 1 0 7 167 5 8 Sutton .CR 1 0 512 49 20 Thorsland.FC 1 09 127 11 20 JohnsonI 01119 10 4 11 Massey,Bur 1 0 864 10 11 Marnie, CR 1 0 2252 10 Mara.«.Bur 11 8 87 15 11 Fodor.Top 2 1518 4 10 18 Roman.CR2 1 815 8 15 15 Hubharrt.(,B 2 2 3041 26 24 17 Slouo.CR 2 2 13 181115 20 Plath.l.m 2 2 14 22 1310 7 Oriega.t.B 1 Ì 20 21173131 Kernsan.DM1 I 6It 6 1229 FarUnd ( M 1 1 1620610 16 1 nr-.ythe.GH 11 19 26 18 13 11 Hunt.Ff 1112 •71 11 1316 Anderess.Bur1111 1.181115 Wext. Bu; 1111 22 11 9 11 SiT) *6« -Ai l.in 11 5 103 « » Marl,e<ai.CR 118 11 510 14 Barth, Ft11 3 5 2 9 8 Mercer, SC 12 34 272423 16 Page.GB 121217 8 13 21 Bav«J»C: 1 2 10 14 9 14 23 Aldrich.Bur 1 216 14 142213 Hayes .SC I 21519 II 1510 Galloway,GB1 2 15 16 6 17 13 Madlgan. Lin. 1 4 25 42»28 t* L nderwood.T op1 4 27 2725 24 27 Narum. FC I 4 21 2S141319 Skaugstad, Top1 5304023 2225 R Smith. DM02212512 1915 Kelly.Bur02 7 12 713 13 Barber .GB 0 28 76139 StepUlus.DM0 211 11 61011 0’D<)noghueJ»C 0 I 17 2011 19 21 HIggink.Lin 0 111 14 7 17 14 Grubar.Lin 0 1 1« 21 15 1211 Sala.Bur 0 1 1614 11 13 12 Hinton Lin 0 1 710«» II Briee.Lin 0 ! 5 10 51113 Kimball.Lin 0 1I 3 0 35 clever biixer. .And he’s at least 10 years Robinson’s Junior. In recent workouts, he’s shown a good punch with the right. He won the first fight by out-boxing Robinson, Robinson appeared well off his old- time form. Pender says Ray’s legs are gone. “I was rusty,” Robinson has admitted. Baumann, (hi. Burnside, Ikt, Bunning. Dct. Ford. NY. Daley, KC Pascual. W'aah. Johnson. K.C. Perry, Cle. Ramos, Wash. Aguirre. Det. . PITCHING 3 or more decisions Ip 11 Bh Ko W L Era. 19 14 7 8 2 I n 95 41 Z1 7 22 5 64 47 28 41 3 36 40 8 30 5 13 7 6 « 2 29 19 14 8 2 24 19 13 19 2 72 59 21 62 1 . 43 38 15 16 2 , 75 66 25 37 7 69 48 30 81 3 31 25 16 21 I . 71 57 30 36 5 . 77 64 » 37 3 30 29 14 24 3 1 1 10 1 1 55 1 1.77 r .' 08 2 ’2.17 1 2.25 3 2 .»0 3 2.31 2 2..52 4 2.61 2 2.61 2 2.66 6 2.69 I 2.70 NATIONAL LEAGUE INDIVIDUAL BATTING Please print: Last name First name Age NOW at SINGER BOYS Address Telephone No. Male or Female lult* raugt pay tp enter prxil but Inatruction Is fre«>. i f R.m. Tu«fd*(y, Thuindsjr, Muny PooL July ft-2L. SINGER BOYS 2000 N «lit« R«rt* 23 4 A4«m* We now stock parts for ALL auto- j I •riotic tronsmtssions. Also repair. them when brought in our shop, j HEY MAN! HOW ABOUT THAT COOL TRAMPOLINE PAD at 18 & Van Dorn Sts. in Lincoln Often all day — Every «lay --------- BOUNCEVILLE 18th Von Dorn NEBRASKA’S FIRST TRAMPOLINI CENTER City Softball MONDAY 7.K» .lenscn'x Kruil Se; « T e (5 5 VI: 5-1 Plumbing v. Ht Baptiirt (.5 5 1»; V5'a»abradx v Pierce Aai'i Sale« ( 5 5 2); BAR Mobile V. Vet*« H«»6Pital (.5 2) 8:43 King» \ Knightx <»( Pyttiia» (555»; Marines v S|>eny*« TV. (55-2»; 4lh Frc*. V. Belm<«nt (5 1»; Smith D<»r sey V. Lincoln Indian« (.5 2». TLESD5V 7:3d—Crete v. 5m .Store« (555): Hob Nob v Bluebird »55 2); (Irene- meier Reakxtate v. Knight* of Columbu* (All; Bankers Life of Nehr. v. Jaycees (Exb ). 8:45—Well’s k Frost v. Skyline »55-1); 1st CoBt, Nat. Bank r2 v. ut Avvembly (A-2)i l«t Cont. Nat. Bank si v. Trinity Luth (5-3 Div. 1». Chrislianos u. Skyline Farms (Girls Exb ). WEDNESDAY 7 .10 Kraft Serv ice v Knights o( i Pythias »555), Wilkinson Auto v. Bob i Ring (5-1); 5eC# Hospital \ . Lincoln Indians (5-2); Karnes v. .Stale Farm Ins (Girls Bl. 8 4.5—Telephone v Duffy’s (.AA-D: Sperry’s TV. v. Wa.vabrad’s <5A-2>; Olson Owls V. Gas to. (.5-3 thv. 2»; Carpenters L'mon V N'ortheairt Hi Y (.A-3), THURSDAY 7:3d—Am. .Stores v. Jen.sen's (AAA); Pierce Auto Saks v. Ed’s Bluebird Csfe (AA-2); Caiiey's v. Soil Lab (A-3 Dtv. 1); Midwest life v. Belmont (Girls B). 8; 45—1st Baptist v. Skyline (5A-1); 4th Pres V Grenemeier Realestate (A-1); 1st Assembly v. BAR Mobile (52): Skyline Farms v. East Lincoln (Tinstian (Girts B). FRIDAY 7..10- (Tek V. Kings (555;, Duffy's V 51 Plumbing (551): Bob Ring v. Knights of Columbus (5-1»; 1st t ont. Nat Bank trZ v. Smith Dorsey (,5-2i. 8 1.3 re!ei>honc v. Well’s A I r»»st f.\\l»i Marines \ Hob .Nob (.55-2), Belmont v WilkinsiMi Auto '.5-l>; Omaha V. t ariatian«/’ <(>ins hsb ». 6« T more at bat* 1 Mayer. Club . AB B H HB Bl per Adcock, Mil 98 12 35 s21.357 Curry, Phil 1051237 4 18.352 Clemente, PiU 181.30 636 43.348 •Skinner, Pitt 16.1 .38 5« 729 .339 Groat, PiU 18»2963 0 1! ..333 •Mays, SF 1683556 729 .;!33 I.arker, LA 7« 1326 07.333 Burge»*. Pitt 86 1228 3 10:J26 Kasko, Cinn 172 27.153 »).320 White, .StL 166 2353 6 29 .319 Brutim, Mil 14423 46 2 10 319 Haller», Phil 166 15 37 3 14 31» Kirkland, SF 11423 49 8 19 .:H8 Nieman. StL 767 24 I 8 .316 Pin«<m, ( m 19433hi 4 VI .314 Cimoli, Pitl 9 h 8«» 0 15313 .Moryn, Chi 77 824 29 .312 ■Aanm, Mil 135 2242 n ■29 311 , Bailey, ( in 1.1217 41 % ;w .311 ! Wall», Cm 68 10 21 1 7109 ! .Silencer, StL 160 2649 8 24.306 : C’mi’h'ni, StL 147 26 45 111 .106 .Mathews, Mil 12.1•28 : î 8 10 22.104 A.shburn, Ch» 145 26 440 8..10.3 Davenp't, SF 97 14 29 410 .299 Howard, 1.5 71 9 21 2 11.296 CalIi«on. Phil 95 14 28 4 11.295 Smith, Pitt 86 14 25 420 .291 Taylor, Phil 155 '29 44 3 13.284 Robin»on, Cin 161 28 45 10 .W.280 PITCHING PBrher. Club McC’mick. SF O’Dell. SF Friend. Pitt Jones, SF Pfxlres. LA Ellsworth. Chi l.aw, Pitt Sanford. SF Farrell. PhU WilHams, LA Jackson, StL Broglio. StL Antimelli, SF Face, Pitt Elston, Chi 3 or more derikians IP H BR SO W I. ERA 8» 67 18 ,16 7 3 1.52 64 .'»3 19 45 1 90 68 12 66 6 78 54 26 .50 « 78 73 32 .50 4 3 .1 24 15 17 2 36 8 46 5 30 2 46 46 .17 89 80 10 78 .54 37 .16 27 II 48 33 27 8« 88 26 42 29 25 42 .16 17 IS •LI 27 11 18 38 31 21 29 1 8.1 2.10 2.31 2.42 2 15 2 63 2,71 2.75 2.81 2.93 3.00 3.00 3 3.00 3 3{» SUPER-MODIFIED STOCK CAR RACES Sunday, June 5 8:00 P.M. THRILL PACKED EVENTS GO-KART TRIALS S:30 to 7 PM LINCOLN SPEEDWAYS Capitol Beacli BUY OF A LIFETIME! OnlyS.j Q9 wHh trmé» FOR THIS 1960 Ì 2 V!: KELVINATOR Ton ret MORE for yo«r Moaer with KelvlnatoT! MORE «obi« * p a 0 e. convenience, qiuiiltY» and eeonomy. 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