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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                light Game Complicated at comttljcatedV Yett see Ray afill is ftort dlewefght chaittpteflih New Yerft itate But he wartte to fight men Basilio to Pennsylvania that Is National Boxing Association territory where Robinsfth no long er Is champ In order to discover If fcobinson has complied with a court order to enter into terms 6f agreement to defend against The ww York State Athletic Commis sion isconducting a hearing After the hearing it will decide Whethef Robinson still Robinson claims he signed May 15 three days before the court and commission deadline to fight Basilio in Sept 21 Everybody admits Basilio has not signed Now who gets called Basilio jThe hearing opened Monday Sugar Ray watching moodily behind dark glasses He was 38 ttjinutes late but he showed up Marvin Machat Robinsons at torney paraded various witnesses before the commission Al Lein a member of the Pennsylvania Ath letic Commission said he had ap proved the onesided contract for the Philadelphia fight Harold Salkind Philadelphia mmissioner of registration said had been helping a friend promoter Sam Rose who is in the He said he had tried to reach Basilio and his managers for several finally on Friday told Johnny1 foejohn a co manager that Rose was reaeiy to post good faith money A crisp certifieci check was produced by Irving Kahn of a closed circuit tele ion company minimum said this guarantee for was a Basilio Kahn ex pects to beam the fight into thea ters when it finally is set Natur ally Robinson will get a bigger guarantee that may run as high as Basilio has a prepared state ment that was v distributed to the commission by his lawyer State Senator Lawrence Rulison of Syr use After looking at the itement the commission decid ed to agree to Machats request and call Basilio aqd Dejohn to appear Wednesday The statement was not made public was believed that Basilio outlined his long struggle for a rematch and said he was willing to box Gene Full merfor the title if Robinson is of his crown I LOOp Charley THUMP Charley Maxwell sat on as the Tigers were cjawed in 16 of 18 games Given achance by Jimmy Dykes the outfielder paid off by blasting home runs Track Ace WiflQuit By ORLO ROBERTSON Associated Press Sports Writer ORADELL AP freckledfaced schoolboy who matched the speed of the worlds best ends his bid for international fame at the age of 18 V John Mostyn 160 pound Bergen Catholic High School sen ior electrified the track and field world Saturday when he reeled off 100 yards in seconds tying the world record But after four more meets Mos tyns competitive athletic career is over On July 1 he enters St Marys Noviiate at West Park for one years training pre paratory to joining the Irish Chris Youths Pace Golf Tourney By WILL GRfMSLEY The youth itfOvwfctaif in highlighted in Aifjerical WAftfet Cup victory last Vat accented again today fa dre Nmtoary qualifying lists far tin Open championship Fledgling pros arid men to thetf 20s played feature toleg as ttfe first axjob was done on a record entry list of M02 aiming at the most important of all golf ftienfa scheduled June IMS at the Winged Foot Golf Club in A 26yearbld Seattle profes filonal now an assistant at Winged Funseth topped the largest and one of the toughest qualifying tests at Rye NY Fun seth shot over two of the Westchester Country Club courses in pacing 173 players The 23yearold son of famous pro Johnny Farrell this one named Bill was low medalist for northern New Jersey with a 36 hole score of 135 Mason Rudolph of Clarksville who played in his first Open at the age of 16 nine years ago shot one of the days lowest scores at Nash ville Tenn Bob Goalby who is 29 topped the field at Memphis with 141 Bill Collins 30 of Lutherville who was on the verge of quitting the tour at the start of the year shared the low vmedal score of 135 with Gardner Dickin son the Ben Hoganlook alike from West Palm Beach and same high President Sam Hoenstine of the Playground League called for for tian Brothers Order the group that operates the school he now attends As a novice in the brotherhood John will not be permitted to take part in athletic competition He then goes to lona College at New Rochelle where he will live a semicloistered life I made tup my mind to join the Irish Christian Brothers last year and Im sticking by said John Track is a sport to me but its not my whole As to the opportunity to qualify r next yearsUnited States Olympic Team he said Its something Ill have to give A mart must dowhats right a meeting on Monday May 25 at in Barclays Hardware The Playground League consists af boys 13 to 15 Entriesof the League from last year were Elders Ridge Marion Center Indiana and Brush Valley Homer City will be a new entry for this year also any new team Interested in entering the league is asked to be present at the meet ing At mass Sunday Father Joseph Curry announced John had decid ed to turn down 15 athletic schol arships to enter the Christian Brothers A brother at Bergen CatholicHigh disclosed that Notre Dame had offered the star sprint er an academic scholarship He has a 90 plus average in his stud ies Only seven men ever ran the 100 as fast as Mostyn They in clude suchTgreats as Mel Patton San AntonioRaymundo Torres Pave Bobby Morrow Even the incomparable Jesse never washable to get into Fight Results Reynosa Mexico knocked i t Russ Tague 135 Davenport Iowa 3 Weirton W Luke Easter Pittsburgh knocked out Willie the Iselect group Six watches were on Mostyn Four caught him in one in Cooper Wheeling W v EASTERN LEAGUE Allentown 5 Springfield 4 Lancaster 6 Albany 1 Binghamton 7 York 2 4 and the other in All five finishers bettered The unassuming youngster lives with his aunt and uncle and is president of the schools first grad uating clpss 4 Reading 3 NYP LEAGUE f Elmira I Auburn 4 Corning 12 Erie 10 WeUsvilletl3 Geneva 2 Called af ter 5 Jnnings rain Glean at Postponed after 3 innings Ewing Pomeroy a 45yearold home pro from Atlanta In these preliminary tryouts a total of golfers were shoot ing for 428 places This includes tests today at Chicago and Des Mpines The survivors plus 49 exempt players must attempt a second round of sectional eliminations June 1 Twenty NEA Offers Golf Hints By DOW PGA Champion Develop the putting touch with the objective of limiting the dis tance the ball rolls past the cup to no more than from eight to 12 inches I am not a believer in the Nev er up never in theory For ev ery putt I have seen stop front lip because of not having been hit hard enough I have seen two which either hit the left edge and whipped out or did the same on the Tight side because of too much speed If the ball hadnt so hard in these in stances ifc would have dropped The best missed putt is the one nearest the hole Relatively few refine the stroke to the extent that they hit the ball perfectly true with no twist of any kind on it How can you tell whether you are obtaining this result The ans wer is by one of the simplest de vices yet one which I rarely see in use Paint a perfect red circle around the circumference of the ball Place the ball on the putt ing surface so thiscircle is ver tical and on the line with the in tended course of the ball If the line doesnt waver or Wobble as the ball yoiTknow it has been hit with a square blade coming through right on the line If the line wavers the stroke is faulty NEXT The five fundamentals DOWN BUT two players trying to hold him Bernie McTigue ofWigan scores a touchdownthrough the Hull line in London Winner of the Rugby League final a year ago Wigan retalried the cup by winning 3013 American football is Rugby oPshoot In The Major LOOPS Cleveland American League W L Pet 20 21 Baltimore 20 Washington 17 Kansas City 14 13 New York Detroit 12 Shorts Track Club Meets Thur The Indiana County Track Club will meet Thursday night at at the Gazette sports office Jockey agent Steve Vaonakis had booked mounts fcr five radire until he came up with a steady winner in Howard Grant of Cin cinnati the 1958 runner up to Wil le Shoemaker Tomy Lee 5s the second foreign red horse to win the Kentucky Derby The first was Omar Khay in 1917 Braves at iuscb Stadium in St Louis lor the first time stoce his battle with tuberculosis Former tepnmates Wes Covtagton Ueft and Warren anile with the second who Vied the Braves to consecutive NL Yale football coach Jordan Dliver never played the sport in ligh school He was a soccer play T He later played tackle for Vil anova Bob Anderson Armys All halfback and pitcher on he West Point baseball team had rheumatic fever as a child 11 13 14 19 16 18 18 20 618 588 472 467 419 400 375 Wednesday Games Cleveland vat Washington N Kansas City at Boston Detroit at New York Tuesday Results Cleveland 5 Washington 2 Baltimore 2 Chicago 1 Detroit 6 New York 3 Kansas City at Boston rain Thursday Games Kansas City at Bpston Only game scheduled National League W L Pet Milwaukee 21 San Francisco 18 Chicago 19 Los Angeles 19 Cincinnati 17 Pittsburgh 15 St Louis 13 11 10 16 17 17 677 529 528 528 4VS 16 515 5 17 469 6V4 20 394 20 355 9 10 Wednesday Games Milwaukee at San Francisco Cincinnati at Los Angeles 2N Philadelphia at Chicago Pittsburgh at St Louis Tuesday Results Milwaukee 8 San Francisco 1 Los Angeles 6 Cincinnati 4 Chicago 8 Philadelphia 7 v St Louis 8 Pittsburgh 2 Thursday Games Philadelphia at Chicago Pittsburgh at St Louis N Sports Fare IRICOfONTY Thuraday Gallitzfn at Laura Lamar Portage at Nanty Glo Laurel Valley at Cfesson Indiana at Central Cambria GREATER COUNTY Wednesday Indiana at Iselln Creekside at Plumvills Thursday Saltsburg at Lucerne Sunday SalUburg at Creekside C ft I LEAGUE Wedneiday AUport at Carrolltown Commodore at Carrolltowa Saturday Hastings at Gypsy Carrolltown at AUport Commodore at Dlxonvilla Sunday Gypsy Commodore at AUport Dlxonvllle at Hastings Softball COUNTY LEAGUE Wednesday Fisher at Marlon Center track Wednesday Indiana at Kiski Saturday State PIAA Meet at Penn State Rhodes OLD HAND The San Fran cisco Giants dug into the past for a pinch Dusty Rhoades They called Am their Phoenix branch for the lefthand hitter who kept the attack alive through the World Series of 1954 He hit in AAA Allofasudden youll find It pays to buy you save too at PRECISION ALUMINUM COMPANY A L U M I N U M Awnings and find Drops Storm Windows Jalousies v Windows and Doors Storm Doors Railing and Scroll Posts Siding Porch Enclosures PRECISION SUY 0 AND SAVi Inch ilcoa Aluminum STORM DOOR f29 w Complete with 2 fiteM Screen Eeadyto IniUll Slie to 3xl Wttb ClymerLL Names Fifty pLYMER Fifty Little League layers were signed for the com ng season here last night The Red Sox practice tonight the irates on Thursday and the Yanks on Friday Sessions get un derway at Following are the new players John er Wesley Barriett William Low man Dave Richards Tom Lock ard Jpp Richard St Clair Billy Geisel Larry Treese Braves Howard Abraham manager Kenneth Abraham Lar ry Cecconi James H Yirigling Richard Aikens Allen Wyland rames Panjall Edward Meshanko Mike Mackanos John Valanti flike Moslak James Storden Dave Fred Benamati R o g e r Bouch Red Sox ivsteve Thacick man iger Bob McCurih Peter Green Gary Jarvie Harry Bobak Thorn Mike Steffan Albert le John Withdrew Jeatty Danny Marrow Joh n Steve Kochman man ger Anthony Hughmanic George lorgan Mike Geneva Thomas Coches Daniel Kapcoe Leonard uigov John Kubalek Fred Ju ock Daniel McGowan Greg Bo ick George Busovicki Joe Plavi Shank John Langham Major League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Covington Braves lad thre hits and drove in four three with a first inning in lomer colleges tennis champion replac P itchingBilly ODell and Jerry ing Slippery Rock which held th Vallcer Orioles youngsters conv title the past two years lined for sixhitter and struck out Vhite for the injured ODell Fulton Raps Grand Slam Easy victories the ac tion in the Indiana County Softbal League yesterday Red Barn walked over Robert shaw 195 while Pattis poundec out a 204 triumph over McCrearys Regis Troxell and1 Jim Gallo each rapped out three bits to lead the Red Barn 13hlt attack Nine runs in the fifth made it easy for the visitors Dwight Lewis pitched threehi balls for the Patti entry am should have had a shut out excep for two infield erreus before Ha Cunninghams triple in the fourth Lewis helped out with a bases loaded double in the fifth to driv in two runs Dick Fulton furnished the big blow when he smashed a grand slam homer in the fifth as Pat tis scored 12 runs on eight hits and three walks Pattis Appear at Red Barn to night in a rescheduled game Pultls B D G LorcllUf Lewis p AUn McCrearn A R H 220 3 0 1 1 4 0 0 4 1 3 2 a 1 2 EcknrtUf 1 0 3 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 Totalt 26 4 40 20 Id PatUg 303 1 12 t ti McCjearys 000 400 Fulton Jamison SB Cunningham 6 Benton 5 3j Benton S Red Barn Troxell 2 V L S Total 29 19 Red Barn Robertshaw A R H RoberUhiW A R 4 2 3 T 2 1 0 3 43 221 0 1 3 2 1 1 J 3 2 3 0 3 0 2 1 Totals 36 5 121 100 091 030 L Wells Gallo Lantzy Sllverl Mertz 1 4 Mertz Silveri Rams Win JOHNSTOWN Pa JAP Wes Chester has won the Pennsylva nia State Teacher Colleges base ball conference title with a 40 rec ord and 225 rating Standings released Tuesdaj showed East Stroudsburg second with a 41 mark and 200 rating points Lock Haven was third witl llLOk If 111 111 ii victory over the l73 an 83 record Millersvilie is the new teachers Millersville finished 40 in con even with Walkers onehity shutference play while Slippery Rod mt mopup saving 21 victory over was 30 Third place went to Eas Stroudsburg with a 22 record YOU CAN HAVE NOW MUFFLERS PIPES INSTALLED FREE New Goerlich Heavy Duty Mufflers and Pipes Give You Longer Service Quieter Operation More Power Zinc Coating 33 Heavier Shells Insure Longer Ufe m m f mH AUTO WRECKING 5tb St Phone 53507 GICl Leaders Whip Indiana CREEKSlfcEBefore the Greater Cotmty Leamle at underway this Creeksitlfe manager Max Anderson pre dieted hes a gaoet ball dub one that could take the pennant That was brave talk about a team that wound up la eighth place last season But yesterday the continued to Make their mana prognostications look good M they won their third straight game whipping the Indiana In dies 144 v i The home roughed up two Indiana pitchers over the first four frames to score all their runs Jim Kinter on In relief to baffle theCreekside batters on two hits in the last 4 23 innings Gene Bothel won the mound cision for Creekside after reliev ing starterPaul Campbell in the top of the third Bothel helped matters for the home team by rap ping a basesempty homer in the third Bill Mldock started for the In dies and gave way to Tom Tyger in the fourth But the latter didnt last the Inning Creekside scored three in the first three more in the second the third and then swept well ahead with a sixrun fourth Six hits a walk and ah error ac counted for the six runs Sonny Edwards paced the lfhit Indiana attack with three doubles Cy Dubinsky contributed a lead off homer in the third inning MltchclLr 2 2 o J 2 ARK A R B 9 0 1 Hesjwh 42 0 2 GlkwskU 1 2 1 1 M 2i 0 0 532 1 j 1 M 422 3 3 20 0 1 1 101 0 J 412 0 0 W 400 0 0 311 0 0 200 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 328 se u 001 Totali 3S U Indiana 032 000 Creekside 332 600 3 Lovisa White M Anderson Bothel Oj Bothel 3 Midoek 1 Tyger 0 J Kinter 3 3 Bothel Is Mldock Si Tyger liJ Kinter 0 Stockton Calif Dommy Ur sua Manila outpointed Ray Pacheco Las Vegas 10 NEA Offers Golf Hints By DOW FINSTERWALD PGA Champion The bulk of the weight Is on the left foot ataddress Starting the backswing the golf er feels the weight transfer to the right foot giving him freedom for the lateral shift The hips hands club and should start back at once The closer you can come to starting every thing together the easier it is to keep everything timed together throughout the swingt Come as close as you can to having a one piece swing If you start with the clubhead first everything must follow the clubhead all the way around If the body and hands start first you will get a lash at the top of the swing Waggle the club in the same line that you expect to car ry the1 club through the entire entire swing Any change seems unnatural whether the golfer switches from wrong to right or the other way round Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Seattle 3 Spokane 6 Vancouver 3 Sacramento 9 Phoenix 7 innings 10 San Diego at Salt Lake City postponed American Assn Houston 4 Fort Worth 3 St Paul 21 Charleston 17 Dallas 8 Omaha 3 Minneapolis 2 Indianapolis 1 Louisville at Denver postponed Win this beautiful BORG WARNER bathroom in color fCONTESr ClOSES MAY 29 If you puichiM BW bathroom during Miy win ths frn bath price on ffirtuwi you buy will i BORGWARNER BATHROOM IS Hm JHAH WST A GOOD BUY Its an investment in the future of your homo It means added beauty and convenience not jugt for today but for years ahead And its luxurylook if practical Stainproof 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