Pro Player Group Gets Recognition By WHTTNET SHOEMAKER Cards Regain Lead on Musial's Home Run ED OTLK8 the Associated Pl-eSt Sett Brooklyn is third, games be- WASHINGTON 64*. ith» iu»«\ \*«*iM <,*,* corf hind > after rapping the Chicago Stan (The Man) Musial and Std,^ 1M _ Gfl fc^ Sftt g fa Sam Jones, an example of the old i record with th e 13th bases-loaded 2 Time* Herald, t»m\\, Friday, Aug. 5, 1956 »» t « .i « t i ex. wi u vv mi MIC 10111 uaoc-o ivau< Nation- j standby; and new faces who have ; home rnn O j ^ i2- V ear career al Football League players « Cincinnati reclaimed fourth ( u OU ««nr, g w,m i,«« «, hardly cut of infancvenjojedun-i have the Redtard* perched atop place from Philadelphia, rallying hits in his 16-year career «!? c ^/*?f5I^ Leasrue stftndin « s; to beat the Phils 4-3, Stan, who also singled nings, passed Ty Cobb and took third place behind Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig with 1,140 extra-base still faced uncertainties in getting : aga j n . along with pro football manage-j Musifl] _ went. Officials of nine In the American League, it's 4-for-4 with a pair of; New York by four games after , . i two-run homers, and Jones, pitch- j Washington bumped the second- c j, ubs y mced !ing a six-hit shutout, were all the; place Chicago White Sox 5-4 while approval when NFL Commission-, Cardg needed fo move two per .!the Yankees were idle. Detroit er Bert Bell announced Thursday] cen(age points past idle Milwau-'gained a share of fourth place he would recognize and negotiate | kee Thursday night But the Red' with Cleveland by defeating Bos- NFL with the recently created Players Assn. Critical of Action Spokesman for three others j ^g^. didn't, condemn Bells action—but j neither did they do handsprings as a result of it. Bell chose a House Antitrust subcommittee hearing as the scene of his announcement. Failure to recognize and bargain collectively with the players organization would be "against the best interest of the National Football League and the public," he said. Lawmakers Nettled The subcommittee is investigating football and other profession al team sports to determine whether they should be immune from federal antitrust laws. Past refusal of NFL club owners to accept the players' association had nettled several lawmakers, including Subcommittee Chairman Celler (D-NY), Rep. Keating (R NY) and Rep. Rodino (D-NJ). They commended Bell's decision. Creighton Miller, the ex-Notre Dame backfield star who is now attorney for the association, said he was "most gratified" as long as Bell was empowered to speak for the league No Prior Assent Bell told the subcommittee the NFL constitution gave him full authority to bestow recognition. "Re said he had not sought prior assent from the club owners, who had refused recognition at their annual meeting last winter.. Birds won it big, banging 16 hits; ton 7-5 in the only other game against the New York Giants for an 8-0 job and their sixth straight scheduled. Trail* Ruth add Oehrig Musial, who retired after six to- ingled twice, put It away fast, tagging a first- inning pitch from southpaw Johnny* Antonelli, now 10-11. for his first homer, then giving the Cards a 6-0 lead in the sixth with the second, off lefty reliefer Jim Constable after Jones had doubled. Jones, a 31-year-old righthander who has gained control since joining the Cards in a December deal with the Cub*, walked only one, •truck out few and had a four- hitter for eight innings while gaining a 9-4 record. Hlt-fiappj- Dodger* the Dodgers, matching St. Louis' 21-10 record in" the last .11 and Ralph Kinet. Gehrig s4t the major league mark with 23. Beaton's Ted Williams tops active players with 14. Curt Simmons, backed up by homers from Stan Lopata and Rip games, rapped 18 hits off loser Repulski. had a four-hitter and a Tom Poholsky and three relievers 3-1 lead until the Redlegs cut as thi Cubs chipped in six errors, j loose for three funs in the eighth Sandy Koufax won his fifth with i to hand the Phillies' southpaw a a fouf-hitter and 11 strikeouts, seventh defeat. Ed Bailey's sacfi- Hodges drove in five funs and flee fly scared the clincher. John- locked it up with his big smash off abuthpaw Dick Littlefield in the fifth after Ernie Batiks' three- run homer had whittled the Brook lead. It. was Hodges' second grand- slammer of the year and bettered the mark held by Rogers Hornsby fly Klippstein won in relief. Sox Lose Ground Roy Sievers hit his fourth home run in four games to trigger a three-run sixth that beat the White Sox, who had .built a 4-0 lead on Larry Doby's first grand-slammer since 1953. It was Sievers' 28th homer at thi fear and his nth against the se*-ptitti«i him within reach of the major league record of 14 against one club set by Gehrig against Cleveland in 1936. Sievers has five more games against Chicago. Chuck Stobbs, S-14, won it with relief help. Bill Fischer lost it. The Tigers scored three in the ninth for a 7-1 lead, but Duke Maas needed relief from Harry Byrd and Frank Lary to win his eighth. Frank Malzone's two-on homer made It & four-run ninth for the Bosox and Lary came on with two on and none out to get Norm Zauchin' oh a doubleplay ball and fan Ted Lepcio. Mike Fornieles was the loser. George Preston Marshall, president of .the Washington Red- •Wns, with concurrence of. Presi dent George Haias.of the Chicago Bears, argued, Bell had no right to complete a contract or working agreement with any outside party without approval of 10 of the 12 NFL dubs. Marshal] cited the league constitution and bylaws: •Paul Brown, coach and-general manager of the Cleveland Browns, likewise suggested Bell's authority was a subject for "legal interpretation?~ Art Scbult, Cincinnati rookie outfielder, batted ,306 for Seattle in 1056;,• . . • '" ...•.- The New York; Rangers, won the Stanley Cup three times — 1928, 1933 and 1940, Mtichen Moves to Top Heavy Contender Role NEW YORK (ifi-Floyd Patterson's tenth round technical knockout of Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson won "fighter of the month" honors for the heavyweight champion and "dropped the Hurricane from the top contender's position. Eddie Machen, undefeated Redding, Calif,, puncher, was promot ed to the No. 1 spot in the latesl Ring Magazine ratings released today. In another change, light, heavy weight champion Archie ~Moore, preparing for a title defense against Tony Anthony, was dropped from the heavyweight list and replaced by Alex Miteff, undefeated Argentine. Miteff was given the 10th position as he made the elite list for the first time. Wholesale Charges There were wholesale changes in the welterweight division where former champion Kid Gavilan of Cuba and veteran Gil Turner of Philadelphia climbed back into the rankings. Gavilan, by upsetting Mexico's Caspar Ortega, won the 10th place. Turner gained the ninth peg by whipping Del Flana gan of St, Paul. Flanagan was demoted from fifth to eighth. The rankings include:, Heavyweights, champion, Floyd Patterson, Brooklyn: 1. Eddie Machen, Redding, Calif.; 2. Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson, New York; 3. Zora-Folley, Phoenix, Ariz. Light heavyweights, champion, Archie Moore, San Diego, Calif.: 1. Harold Johnson, Philadelphia; 2. .Tony Anthony, New York; 3.' Yolande Pompey, Trinidad, B.W.I. Middleweights, champion, Ray Robinson, New York: 1. Gene Fullmer, West Jordan, Utah; 2, Charley • Humez, France; 3. Joey Giambra, San Francisco. Welterweights Welterweights, champion,. Car- 1. Tony DeMarco, Boston; 2. Isaac Logart, Cuba; 3. Virgil Akins, St. Louis. .Lightweights, champion, Joey Brown, New Orleans: 1. Duilio Loi, Italy; 2. Kenny Lane, Muskegon, Mich.; 3. Orlando Zulueta, Cuba. Featherweights, champion, Hogan (Kid) Bassey, Nigeria: 1. Cherif Hamia, France; 2. Ike Chestnut, New York; 3. Miguel Berrios, Puerto Rico. Favor Boyd Over Vaughn NEW YORK (^-Chicago's Bobby Boyd, making the comeback climb in the busy ; middleweight division, was favored to stretch his latest, victory strea.k to five tonight at the expense of Californian Willie Vaughn. It's their second meeting within three months. Boyd, a hard-hitting 23-year old, gained a disputed, split decision over rangy Willie in Chicago. The return 10- rouncler will be held at St. Nicholas Arena with the usual Friday night broadcast and telecast (NBC, 9 p.m., EST). The verdict over Vaughn was belting Bobby's third on the comeback. He scored his fourth over Rocky Castellani June 26. Boyd, who is in the ranking ten, will have to be in peak form to stay there.,. Vaughn, burned up at the narrow loss in Boyd's home town, has been going strong since. He outpointed Tiger Al Williams and then stopped 'Chebo Hernandez in seven, Boyd's record is 44-7-2, including 22 kayos. Vaughn, 24, and fighting out of Los Angeles, has a 33-15-4 men Basjlio. Chittenango. N. Y.:'record, including eight knockouts Hodges More Thrilled On 12th Wallop •CHICAGO (AV-You'd think Gil Hodges would have been overjoyed Thursday after hitting his 286th major league home run, a record-breaking grand-slam blast. But Hodges, the big Brooklyn first baseman, didn't appear overly thrilled about his 13th grand slam wallop that set a National League record and helped crush the last-place Chicago Cubs 12-3. Rogers Hornsby and Ralph Kiner held the previous mark of 12 senior circuit homers with the bases loaded. "I guess you'd call it something of a thrill," Hodges said. "But I got. a bigger thrill out of Hie 12th grand slam that tied the mark two weeks ago. That was the homer that tied the Cardinals in the last of the ninth and we eventually won 9-7.", •In fact, the Dodger handyman, who has spent 11 seasons with Brooklyn, didn't think his 380-foot smash off reliefer Dick Littlefield was going to land in the seats. "I know that it was a fast ball that zipped down the middle. And I caught it well. But I didn't think it would carry into the bleachers," he commented. I »*»++*' ! from da Id barton's ; KEYBOARD! I M II Mt tf•+t**t+t»t*» Kuemper Edges Boone 6-5 in Extra Innings Golfer 'Birdies/ Parakeet Is Victim CHEROKEE '(*)'— Mrs. Warren Fassler of Quimby, "birdied" No. 8 hole on a golf course, here Thursday but it didn't go on her card. Her ball hit a parakeet frolicking on the green. Only three active American Leaguers have hit 40 or more home runs in one season—Mickey Mantle (52 in 1956), Ted Williams (43 in 1949) and Gus Zerhial (42 tli 1953). PHEASANT CALL: The Carroll,County Wildlife Conservation League plans to release 300 pheasants ori Carroll County farms on Sunday morning. "We are particularly interested in getting these birds placed where there is sufficient cover and water," Virgil Lhotka, president, said. The conservation officials have asked farmers who wish to stock ii l r pheasants'on their farms to con- j FlQ I DUT! tact either Lhotka or Wilbur! Pluckhahn, secretary, prior to Sunday morning. "The birds can be picked up at the Art Hulsing place at Rosell about 8 a.m. on Sunday by farm ers who have cover, and water, Lhotka said. Farmers who pick up pheasant for release in their locality ar asked to bring their own .crates or containers, to transport th birds to the farms. "This is a project that will ben efit every hunter in the county and that's the reason we are ask ing farmers to volunteer thei help by stocking birds on thei farms," Lhotka said. '*• * * TRAIL SALESMAN: .Two Carroll schoolmen, B. G Halverson, county superintendent and Paul Forney, superintenden of the: Carroll schools, founc themselves in the position of trail ing along in the wake of a jew St. Louis elry salesman in bhe Iowa School- Milwaukee masters golf tournament at Des Brooklyn Moines. ; - Cincinnati „ Denny Wessling's llth-inning single drove in the winning run as Kuemper nudged Boone, 6-5, here Thursday night. The Knights wound up the regular season with a 16-4 record. They tied with Exira for the Arcadia Subdues Looking /or the buy of your life 1 See your Ike Smart of Fairfield led the way into the championship rounc with a.two-under par- 69 on the Grandview course. However, a separate adminis trator's nine-hole class was scheduled Friday and Lee Messenger of Des Moines paced that field with a 78. All this makes it appear that administrator division isn't as rough as the championship field and there's still hope, for the local entrants. ..,.<. ...***WOMEN'S TOURNEY: .The fifth annual Women's Eclectic golf tournament will be held at the Fort Dodge Country Club on Aug. 14 and 15. Defending champion is Ann Case Johnstons of Ma son City. Early entries for the two-day tourney have arrived from Ester- ville, Spirit Lake and Ottumwa. The entry fee is $3 and that includes a, Wednesday evening party. All contestants will play two rounds of either nine or 18 holes. Prizes will be awarded for each flight. Save big money now on 3-years-ahead Plymouthl P.D.Q. means see your Plymouth Dealer Quick... because he's having a banner year and can afford to give you a tremendous money-saving deal on a glamorous, 8-years-ahead Plymouth RIGHT Now 1 Wide choice of models! Best deals of the year! Immediate delivery (in time for that vacation trip!). Don't wait! 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That's the amount the National Hockey League pays to the player named the winner of ' the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy. rs Parochial Crown Paul Collison hit a pair of inside the park home runs to pace Arcadia to a 12-5 victory over Halbur in the Carroll County Parochial League play-off here Thursday. The victory gave Arcadia the crown and left defending champion Halbur in second place. Arcadia will be host to the league all- stars in a game on the Arcadia diamond at 2 p.m. Sunday. Collison's first homer came with two runners on base in the third inning and itdtied the score. In the fifth inning he hit a solo* homer to give Arcadia a 6-5 lead. Both drives carried to the left-center field fence. " ' ***** TODAY'S BASEBALL By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE West Central Summer High School championship and won the sectional crown in the state summer tournament series. Kuemper was forced to come from behind against Boone in the sixth inning and finally prevailed in the llth. Jim Short, who pitched the first nine innings, led off the bottom of the llth with a single. That blow was followed by a single off the bat of Dave Tigges. Wessling then ended the fray with*his run-scoring hit. Early Boone Lead Boone jumped off to a three-run lead in the first frame. Gragg error and Lind was safe on an W. L. 59 40 60 41 58 42 Pet. G.B. .596 — -.594 — .580 1V4 56 44 .560 _ Philadelphia 56 45 .554 4 New York ...„_.. 43 58 .426 17 Pittsburgh 36 65 .356 24 Chicago 33 66 .333 26 Friday Schedule Pittsburgh at Chicago New York, at Cincinnati (N) Brooklyn at Milwaukee (N) Philadelphia at St. Louis (N) Thursday Results Brooklyn 12, Chicago 3 Cincinnati 4,>, Philadelphia 3 St. Louis 8, New York 0 Only games scheduled Saturday Schedule Pittsburgh at Chicago New York at Cincinnati Brooklyn at Milwaukee PhiladelphiaTaT St7~Louis AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. New York 65 34 .657 - Ihicago 61 38 .616 4 Boston 54 46 .540 Cleveland 50 49 .505 Detroit 50 49 .505 Jaltimore 46 53 .465 (ansas City 36 63 .364 doubled. Elsberry was hit by a pitch and then Judge tripled the three runs home. Kuemper got two runs back in the second. Larry Brown walked and Wessling was safe on an error. Larry Bock singled Brown l|pme and Wessling scored when Bob Tigges lived on an error. The visitors added another run in the fourth when McGriff walk- 1 ed and McVicker was safe on an error to set the stage for Pestost- nick who doubled to plate McGriff. In the sjxth, Boone padded the margin with another single tally. McVicker walked and Pestostnick was passed, Gragg singled to drive in the final Boone run. Three-Run Rally Kuemper tied the score in the bottom of the sixth. Bock singled and Bob JTigges lived on a fielder's choice. Jerry Collisefn walked, tripled to score two 5-Under Par SPENCER ifi - faced by th« sizzling opening performance ot former state champifcn Fred Gordon of Belmond, the action picked up speed with sn expanded field Friday in the Northwest Iowa Am- atuer Golf tournament. Gordon showed the way to early starters Thursday by buthing up the Spencer County Club 9-hole course in a 5-under par 67. Three-Stroke Lead This gave him a three*strok« lead over 19-year-old John Liechty of Iowa City who came in second with 70 on the first 18 of the 73- hole medal tourney. Gordon fired a 4-under par 32 on his first tour and was one-under in the afternoon. Third Place Tie Following third with 71s were Jack Norman of Spirit Lake: Todd Tischer of Fort Dodge and George McCutchen of Spencer. Putt Lanxson of Cherokee and Bob Huglin of Fort Dodge, tied with 72s, Dick Fenske of Spencer carded 73 and next came Don Eymann, Forest City; Clark Holthaus,' Clarion, and Jerry Lehr, Spencer with 75s. About 60 golfers will shoot their opening rounds Friday and the 36-hole qualifying test will run through Sunday, with the 36-hole championship finals will be played Monday. 15 15 19 39 Joe Boyer runs. Jim Short singled Boyer home with the tie run and the game went into extra innings when neither club could score in the seventh. Short went to first base in the tenth inning, and Dick Wiederhold took over on the mound and got credit for the victory. Line Score: Boone 300 101 000 00—5— 6—3 Kuemper 020 003 000 01—6—11—4 Lind, Judge (3). Bloomgreen (4) and McGriff Short. Wiederhold (10) and Bock Youth Paces Links Match By HUGH FULLERTON JR. HERSHEY, Pa. tf*-0ne of the most exciting young golfers in several years has turned up in the National Public Links championship, a tournament which doesn't ordinarily produce great golfers. He is 18-year-old Don Essig of Indianapolis who might come out Saturday night as the youngest Publinx winner in 31 years. Don isn't exactly an unknown in golf. He was winning matches* in the public links and the U. S. Junior Amateur as far back as 1954. And he reached the fourth round of the pay-as-you-go championship two years ago. This summer he has won the Western Junior and Indiana State Junior titles plus some local events. Early Maturity At 18 Essig showed clear signs of golfing maturity when he beat Junie Tenn., Buxbaum of the defending Memphis, champion iVashington 36 66 .353 30% (2) Friday Schedule Cleveland at New York (N) Chicago at Boston (N) Detroit at Washington (N) Kansas City at Baltimore twi-night) Thursday Results Washington 5, Chicago 4 Detroit 7, Boston 5 Only games scheduled Saturday Schedule Detroit at Washington Cleveland at New York Chicago at Boston Kansas City at Baltimore (N) Johnny" Bower of the Providence leds won the American Hockey eague , most valuable player ward the last two seasons. 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Iowa also extended six offers in basketball and had five acceptances, three in track with all three accepted, two in wrestling with none accepted/ three in swimming with all three accepted, two in baseball 'with both accepted and two in 'gymnastics with one accepted. Iowa officials have opposed the aid plan, partly on grounds that it is unrealistic and hard to administer. The plan requires that aid to athletes be based on need. \ _ ___ " ' WHITE SOX TRVOUT CHERpKEE M^-Seventy youths frpm Iowa, .Minnesota and Nebraska have'registered for the first Chief go White''Sox tryout'carap at Wescott Park.tere Aug. 9-10. Cherokee Chamber of Commerce sponsors i«y they expect more boys,to sign. Bill Kimball of Sioux City, area scout for the White Sox, is in charge of the camp. - who is more than twice his age. It was the kind of a close, tense match where a youngster could easily crack up against an opponent who applied unyielding pressure. But at the 19th hole it was Buxbaum who hit the bad shot and Essig won. Demanding Course Bracketed with the young Hoosier in today's 36-hole semifinal over the demanding little. Hershey Park Course were three older players. One of them, Gene Towry of Dallas,- Tex., has the experience and the gameness to win. He's a lot like Buxbaum in size and steadiness. The others are almost unknowns —Paul Popovic,.a 39-year-old San Francisco insurance man, and Don Sckrabulis, a 26-year-old boilermaker from Kewanee, 111. It was Essig versus Sckrabulis and Towry versus Popovic in today's matches. .. ANDREWS IN 3RD ROUND SOUTHAMPTON in - Art Andrews of Iowa City, was entered Friday in the 'third round of the men's doubles of the Meadow Club Invitational Tennis tournament. He and Maxwell Brown of Louisville, Ky. advanced Thursday by defeating Don and Barry Walraven of Oklahoma City, 8-6, 9-7. Iowa teammate Bob Potthast of Waukesha, Wis. was eliminated in the doubles. 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