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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 9, 1959, Dover, Ohio Page to. The i it ail it reporter tuesday Lune 9. 1959 a Quot Richt. In own the line tribe bids to regain lost ground on Eastern swing t with Norm Singleton 4 he next time your drive Falls a Little Short of where you think it should by a done to blame the Ball mister. The United states golfers association recently conducted tests on numerous brands of Golf balls a in an Effort to determine whether certain brands have advantages in a distance qualities claimed in published advertising a a it was found that no Brand was appreciably Superior than its nearest competitor. The tests were conducted on the ninth Fairway of the winged foot Golf club at Mamaroneck. N site of this year s National open championship and Here is How the tests were made the distance tests is Ere held with the use of a driving machine. The machine was pre set at a fixed Impact velocity to produce a carry around the 220-Yard Range. After the Range was determined by the use of practice Golf balls the Impact velocity was set and not changed throughout the entire test. The machine drove two balls simultaneously with its two driving arms and a in order to eliminate any variation due to the degree of Impact each Ball was driven with both arms of the the us a reported a in the distance of flight tests some brands which have made the greatest claims of extra distance were Compart d with a mixed collection of balls consisting of Many Good Quality brands the average carry of All brands tested was approximately the same when Brand a a a or Brand a a re were either counted in the average or excluded from it a the average distance reported were All brands tested 222 7 Sards All brands tested except Brand a 223 6 Yards All brands tested except Brand it 223 4 Yards. The Urga stressed that it is working to develop Hetter method1 of limiting the distance qualities of Golf balls. A a although a longer Ball might offer Brief temporary advantages to a the association said. A its use inevitably would distort the present playing values of Golf course and greatly damage the National investment in clubs and courses a Harold Andreas. Who piloted Kent Roosevelt to two state tournament berths before taking Over at Sandusky two seasons ago. Is expected to be named to the Aga hoga Falls basketball Post tonight when the Board of education of that school meets. Andreas joined former hover High athlete Hen Wilson Ohio High a school football coach of the year three seasons ago at it. Vernon. In a project to rebuild the school s athletic fortunes. If he returns to Summit county. He will leave a two year 17-20 Mark at Sandusky where his teams were 7-12 his first season and 10-8 last Winter. He would succeed Gordon Ackerman who replaced Hill Watson upon the latter death last season. As far As ring Magazine is concerned sugar Ray Robinson is still middleweight Champion of the world and will remain so even after Carmen Basilio and Gene Fullmer fight for the National boxing association s throne. Baltimore apr the Cleveland indians launch a 15 game Road trip Here tonight with the Hope they can regain some of the ground they lost at Home. And their Hopes will be Well founded if they play As Well this trip As they have on previous Road trips this year. The indians have won 13 and lost eight on the Road while winning Only 13 of 28 at Home. Second place in the american league standings will be at stake when Jim mudcat Grant goes against lefty Billy o Dell tonight. The orioles now hold second place by half a game Over the indians. The orioles Are one game behind the Chicago White sox. On their swing through the East last month the indians lost Only two of eight games and both losses were in Baltimore. After the three game set in Baltimore the indians play four each in Washington Boston and new York winding up with a doubleheader in Yankee stadium june 21. Manager Joe Gordon plans to Send Gary Bell against the orioles wednesday night with Don Ferrarese pitching thursday night. Herb score is to open the Washington series Friday night. With of Dell pitching tonight Gordon was doubtful whether Tito Francona would stay in the lineup. Gordon had said after Francona a performance against the Yankees Over the weekend that he would keep Francona in the lineup somewhere. Tito got five hits including a three run Homer against the Yankees sunday. But he indicated lie May let Francona sit out tonight s game against the left handed Pitcher. Francona bats left handed. Second All Star game pig of fixers plans nearly Complete to ,ip0clim0t new York ap1 detail of team would to the i i Ich Ivy Vul l i in wednesday Tho second major league All Star baseball game this year will in worked out today when Warren gilts anti Joe Cronin presidents of the National and leagues respectively meet with commissioner Ford \ Frick. The game to be played aug. 3 in the Laos Angeles coliseum was approved unanimously monday at a meeting with Frick attended by members of the Jamsion commit toe and major league player Rej it resent Tives Frick said it will i possible to play the game without interrupting the regular schedule thanks to plane travel. Pres six .1 to flick said he already had completed negotiations for radio and television right for the second game pile agreement with the american j same sensor Calls for $2.r>0,00the same sum As for the first game. The regularly scheduled game will be played in Pittsburgh july 7 the second game is scheduled for this year Only and Frick said if it is successful consideration then will tic Given to continuing it through Phi and 1961. Receipts of the second game will la split on the same basis As prevails for the first game <0 Tommy Holt Sam Snead whether the same teams would 1 per cent to the players tension Complete in la the games he said j fund and the remaining to or that would be disclosed after the 1 rent to the Central fund of the meeting it was assumed the major leagues new York commissioner stalls signing for heavy title bout i 1 1 1 in new York a the formal signing of the contract Fen the world heavyweight title fight Between flood Patterson and Inge mar Johan to of Sweden was halted t v order of Gen Melvin i Witch chairman of the not i k state athletic commission Krulewitch Federal judge Irving Kaufman would give his decision in the Eddie Machen Johansson suit at i . St today and that the contract would tie signed shortly after that time if Tho decision is favourable to the june 25 bout in Yankee stadium. Mitchell one time no. I con i tender for the Patterson title general electric Downs merchants general electric romped past Dover merchants 18-4 last night in a county softball Tongue engagement Lee Marsh hurled the Victory limiting the losers to five hits while Roosevelt Shenell and Sam Crooks shared Mound duties for the merchants yielding 18 hits. Russ Kohler belted two Home runs and Marsh another to Lead be at the plate. Jack rates and Mensel Gray added doubles Iii the winning attack while Nat Richards and Jot Lowery smacked two baggers for the losers. Claims he has a contract with Johansson for a return Bud the swede stopped him Iii one round in Gote slug last autumn Machen instituted suit. Which was heard last week peking to halt the title tight until a second Johansson Machen bout could be held. Judge Kaufman reserved decision until i p in wins in Philo Loop Penn Gas a Oil led the hot stove league today following tin opening game of the league last night at Tuscola Park. The team took the measure of Ohio savings 10-3 with John Eichel taking the win while Jerry Cargnel was the loser. Berlin takes win Berlin Berlin jets won their first game in the Tri county baseball la ague sunday Downing Republic us d of Massillon 5-2. Shoe tossers win Baltic the Baltic Iga Falcons Horseshoe team Defeated Massillon athletic club 5-1 sunday on the Baltic courts. Larry Lahm it d tilt winners with 375 Points while Walt lint took second with 352. High for Tho invaders was Whitey Swisher with 374. San Francisco Aid a a beating. ,. Mystery phone calms. Fight cancellations. And Hie value of heavyweight Rueben Vargas. Those Are the subjects for wednesdays state athletic commission meeting in san Francisco the cast of characters read like a thick russian novel at least in numbers. Jackie i a on a re Hollywood legion stadium matchmaker who testified at an earlier commission hearing was the victim of the beating last week. Vargas manager Bort Brodose and the fighters Mother As Well As Don a Hargill an Oakland promoter currently commuting to the Hollywood for fights there Are involved in the Anonymous Telephone Calls. The fight cancellation concerns Larry Boardman a lightweight who pulled out of saturdays legion stadium fight Brodose and Ralph Gambina an a Delate of anger Frank Sinatra Are the feature attraction in the Vargas contract hassle. Brodose claims he sold a chunk of Rueben j to Gambina for $10, he but collected Only $500 scene choices in u. S. Open the nations top golfers converge on winged foot course at Mamaroneck n. Y., seeking Golf Doms Premier prize the u. S. Open championship which begins june la. Tho winged foot layout West course is 6,873 Arnold Rainier Yards with a 70 Par. Defending Champion is Tommy Bolt. Two of the top favourites Are Ben Hogan seeking his fifth open win and Arnold Palmer. Sentimental Choice in Sam Snead who never has won the event. Central i res amp a tigers Best team circuit since Dykes by l l Wilks associated press sports writer Okay it it the Detroit tigers have been hot since Jimmy Dykes took Over As manager a Little More than five weeks ago. That you know. But How hot is hot if you c o m p ii t e american league standings on performance since May 3, the charge the Tige ing the league a games when Dykes the Tiger s behind cd 1 2-15 record now they Are Only 2 Why of first place have Day Dykes took would be Lead a whomping six relieved Bill Man game had it were my nor 104 they 14-10 record .706 under Dykes hav it taken command of fourth place Are Over .500 for the first time this season and have won 12 of their last 15 games after winning their fourth in a Row 6-3 monday night at Boston. It was the Only game scheduled Iii the Al and broke a fourth place deadlock with Kansas City while moving the tigers within a game of Cleveland a third place indians. The tigers after a Brief 6-2 Home stand opened a 16-game Eastern trip behind the six hit pitching of Jim Bunning and Al Kaliney a three runs batted in. Bunning <6-4who has picked up All of his victories in seven in Junior Bolt to think took Over pcs vely National open Mamaroneck by. Apr Tommy Bolt exuding sweetness decisions since Dykes took Over blew a three run Lead when the last place red sox paired half their hits with their Only walk for All their runs in the fifth inning. A two run double by Don Buddin might and Confidence was explain broke Bunning a shutout with two ing the necessity of thinking Posi. Out and Pete Runnel s single Lively before he started out for his so ,l8 buddy. First practice round for the u s. 1 he i Gers w to opened a 3-0 Lead on Kaliney a two run single in j Gox n Golf championship today. The top of the fifth broke the tie a a when you think positively you in the sixth against losing reliever done to make Many Bill 1-2�?T As Bun 4 Pommy said. A a you re sure what Ning grounded into joins 5-Pound club Clendening Lake the deadening Lake a five Pound club a has grown to 32 members with one new member Hting added this week. Floyd Swinderman of i it Over checked in with a 64-Pound i Large Mouth that measured 34 former hurler hoi Newhouser typifies major league scouts Peoria. Ill business of a typified by bal Detroit tigers 1 a the Beall scouting Newhouse for itching great. Big is Lier inches. Don line of Canton i ton Snyder boated two John Kisser nested with a 2-Ixmnd Small Mouth and Ben Mcgill. In eth a tided five Bass Mil of new Philadelphia Bass 3 ail 1 pounds. Of Steubenville con-1 said Newhouse hat Aas driven More than 1,000 j Miles in the last several Days As j a supervisor scout of the Balti i More orioles looking Over High i school Talent in state tournaments in Akron. Nashville Lexington ky., and the Illinois meet at Bradley University. A i think the Best time to watch a boy is Iii pre game in the associated pm ass american league Dover baseball leagues a minor a Chad Marsh was cast into a a a fireman so role last night he came in to pitch the last three innings after torn Boyd and John Marks had seen action and limited Midway lumber to two runs and walked no one. Z however it was too late As Midway took an 18 la Victory Over Larsh insurance Charles Kumer-3e, Joe Doutt and Doug Willoughby doubled for the winners while Dave Moser had two extra base nits for the losers and Steve Aken teming through with another. Zug Al Antonell took the victors. and Myers add d doubles to the winning attack Bill Moore took the Victory while Paul Cox was charged with the loss. Barry Robinson also saw action for the loser As did Paul Huff for the winners. Lions had Tho extra base punch with enc Swar Twa Ider Jeff Bleininger and Richard Milliken All blasting doubles but it Wasny to enough for the Victory. Dave Miller doubled for the losers. Dave Finley emerged the winning hurler. Tom Mercer was the run Homer. The other big hits Xith triples came Tiff the bats of Jim swe Trier of the losers and Gem Ulrich of the winners. Boh Courtright who was relieved in the sixth inning by Bob Becker was the losing Mounds Man. Chicago Baltimore flex Eland Detroit Kansas City new York Washington Boston in 29 28 26 28 24 24 22 22 i. 2.3 24 23 25 24 25 29 29 pet. .558 538 .531 .510 .5410 490 442 .431 i la i. 14 2d 3 3d 6 6d a a a Midway l umber Marsh insurance a r h a r h Carbon 4 i 0 axes 4 i i Kuemerle to att 3 i i Coffee 4 a it 2 4 3 2 Cappel 0 2 0 Yak us 3 i 3 Aken i 2 i i Sanders 3 i i Morton i Hagloch 3 i 2 Ervin 4 i 2a Rennicker i i 0 Mckeever i 2 to Willoughby 4 i 4 Moser 4 3 3 Antonelli i 2 i Marks i 0 0 Brown 0 0 0 Digenova 0 0 0 Byron 2 0 i Prince 0 0 la 1 lifer i 0 i Klar 0 i 0 Penrod 3 i 2 Zegula 0 0 0 a Winters 0 0 0 i a a totals 31 13 18 Boyd a i 2 Marsh 0 i 0 in _ a _ Ltd a totals 23 17 la loser to in City rot a x a r h a r h lab 3 0 0 Robinson 3 0 0 Herman 3 2 2 Ramsey 0 0 0 Huff 3 2 2 Maurer 2 i i Westphal 2 i i Kreiter 4 3 2 g. Myers 4 i i Orr a i 2 Richards 4 i 2 d. So maker 3 0 i d. Myers 3 i 2 con Tim a 0 i Terakedis 3 0 2 Cox 3 0 0 Ohliger 0 0 0 d so maker 2 to i Debois la 0 0 Btl Chi Man i 0 0 Moore 4 i 2 totals 22 5 7 totals 29 9 14 Deardorff la xxx e Dover lid xxx. A a it la r Dover no i dry a r h a r h Donner i 0 0 Pinch 4 2 2 Zuckerman t 0 0 Oxx ens 3 i 2 Richards 3 0 i Becker 4 i j Sweitzer 3 i i Davis 4 2 2 Simmons 3 i 2 Bro xxii t 2 3 Rau 2 0 0 Huffman 3 2 i Man 2 0 o Harris 3 2 i Hanenkrat i 0 0 a Hick 2 2 i Courtright i i 0 Herman 2 0 0 Law rence 2 to it i ran i 0 0 Case i 0 0 Cle Aton i 0 0 totals 22 2 4 Tot a is 31 14 13 Deardorff by we r h h xxx 002�? 2 today s Iames Chicago at Washington in Cleveland at Baltimore in i Detroit at Boston in Kansas City at new York in Mon by result Detroit 010 021 Oil k Lei i Baston xxx 030 xxx 3 8 0 Bunning and Beri Eret Brewer. Mon bouquet i Kitely 7 and Daley. W Bunning 6-4. A Monbouquette i who Combs a 10-j state Midwest area a during a game you might never get a i Chance to see an outfielder throw j or maybe not even do much run i i Ning you can get a pretty Good j lint on them in pre game drills. A the two most Impi Octant things j in my Bixik when i watch a Young Ster is his running and throwing ability of he has t got much Iii these departments then he has to be awfully powerful at the plate j a to get consideration. A was for a Pitcher i rate his Xii be no. I. Of to has no awkward Ness out on the Mound and if he i keeps his head under pressure ill keep looking. The next thing he has to show me is Speed and if he has any stuff on his fast Ball. A the curve is the last thing i consider. You can teach a boy to throw a curve or a Slider but you can to teach him a was for bonuses the orioles leave that up to my judgment. After i study a boy and rate him in my Book i establish the amount of a Bonus i think he is Worth. With me there is no haggling. I approach a boy and Tell hint honestly what the orioles can and cannot do with him. A i Tell him now much i think he is Worth. That s the Price and i done to change 11-21 As Bun a double play. Eddie Yost singled Home another run in the eighth and Kaline who was 3-for-4, hit his Lith Homer in the ninth it was the third Victory in three decisions this season against Boston for Bunning. Going Back to the tigers a would be six game Lead in the Al nobody has led by More than 34 this season. Cleveland twice had that big an Edge but both times held it for Only one Day. J the Chicago White sox now Lead by a single game Over Baltimore. The new York Yankees have the next Best record to the tigers in the Span of Dykes stay in Detroit. The champs who replaced Detroit in the cellar have a 17-15 record six games off the tigers j sure 1 club you want to use and you re sure you can make the shot. 1 a if you make a mistake you done to worry. You waste a shot i getting out of the rough you Don t a try to Lay the next one up on the a reporter suggested a that s a the Way you were thinking at Tulsa last year Wasny to it Tom i Bolt assented. Then came the inevitable next question a Why Don t you pick i yourself to win a a not me a said Bolt mustering a wry Grin. A some people think in a too cocky anyway without i picking myself to win. Besides the Odds Are 20-1 against any one Pace under Tho Chubby Cigar smoker. The White sox and orioles also Are six games behind with 18-16 records. Cleveland the indians Are 14-19. 94 games behind the tigers record. Regardless of his opinion Bolt is a player whose chances can to be discounted in figuring a possible Winner of the 59th open championship starting thursday on the 6.873-Yard. Par 35 35�?70 West course of the winged foot club. 21 Home run Detroit Kaline ill. M i uni Muy St Hill cd k Chicago at Washington in Cleveland at Baltimore in Detroit at Boston Kansas City at new York National league Dover Belue Dover no laundry 052 007 14 prep Muu Aukee san Francis Chicago los Angeles Pittsburgh Cincinnati Philadelphia St Louis la 7 7 a a a a wrestling c Antos Maxi uial. Auditorium june 13th 8 30 . . Twin Bill at a i or mat ii m us 4 la i c h priority on a nature Bon a buddy Rogers rotary twin Cav 302 Ososki 114 Kiu Anis Little a Glenn Myers continued to smack the horse hide at a torrid Pace. Last night the twin City Concrete first baseman belted a Homer with Ahe bases loaded. It was his third of the season and twin City took a j4-7 Victory Over rotary. In the other game kiwanis edged Lions the twin City rotary contest a featured the Home run in addition to Myers blast Jack Maurer and Tim Kreiter hit for the circuit for the losers while Paul Huff Leo a r h Gartril i i 0 Miller 3 2 2 Courtright 2 0 i Finley 3 i 2 s. Trust do of 3 i 2 Dessecker 3 0 0 d. Trust i 2 i i Benson 3 0 0 Watson 0 i 0 Overton i i i totals 21 7 9 a tax at a i ions Mercer Kau s a a xxx elder die Baugh Milliken Petrulla Storeman Maser Halter Bleininger Secrest a r 3 i 3 2 3 i 0 i 0 0 i 0 i 0 Klaus athletics took its second win in three starts last night Downing Potschner 2-1 behind the 5-hit pitching of Cal Woods. Woods exhibited near perfect control As he miffed 13 and walked Only one. Jerry Bryan of Chicago the losers touched him for two doubles while Tom Sweitzer and Jerry Finley each smacked two baggers for the winners. Jim Mcdonald was charged with the loss. Coday s James Milwaukee at St Louis it san Francisco at Pittsburgh Cincinnati at Chicago los Angeles at Philadelphia Potschner Klaus Moni an Al silts xxi xxx 050 5 9 i Milwaukee Oil 070 Xix 9 15 i Morehead. Porterfield 15�. Drabowsky by and s Taylor. Burdette. Winey i8i, Mcmahon is and Crandall. W Burdette 9-4i Morehead 0-3. Home run Milwaukee Matthews 20 totals 21 6 9 Lions 012 002 400�?7 040�?0 Pony a Bob Becker pitched and batted Dover new Phila laundry Dover hardware to a 14-2 Victory Over Chr Deardorff last night. He tossed a 4-hitter and smacked a 3 a r h a r h Bryan 3 i 2 Brexter 3 i i Harris 3 0 0 Davis 3 0 i Burtscher 3 0 i sex Eitzer 2 i 2 Andreas a 0 i Finley 3 0 i Kraut 2 0 i Mckay 2 0 0 j. Con to m 3 0 0 Woods 2 0 0 Mcdonald 3 0 0 Ray 2 i 0 n Contti 3 0 0 Angus i 0 0 Gordon 2 0 0 Holzworth i 0 0 Cooley i 0 0 totals 24 1 5 Todd i 0 0 Law rence i 0 0 totals 22 2 5 san Francisco 200 200 230 of a to i Pittsburgh Oil us 150 03�?12 18 0 ill innings Miller. I Jones Worthington j 8. Mccormick 8. And land nth Schmidt ii. Mccardell so Kline. Daniels 14blackburn t8>, face t9. And Burgess. Kravitz o. W facet 8-0 i Mccormick i3-5. Home runs san Francisco Aion i. Kirkland 7. Pittsburgh Kraut la. Stuart 8. Bright <2. Pots Klar Ooi too i xxx Ojo 0�?i wednesday St Bedi i i Milwaukee at St Louis i n it san Francisco at Pittsburgh n Cincinnati at Chicago los Angeles at Philadelphia Ini 7 7 7 9 a Fritz Yon Goering Amer it \ no tag Tim la Amnion ship the Iron russians is a a see r d i \ a a a Bio ii Addy Sik plus two More outstanding bouts 3000 seats at is of prices $2.50 is 75 is of Advance for pc Serrations a Allba b-64 Box office open 12 noon on saturday of 6-4363 Ainee Kisko promoter you la like its lighter now at popular prices a the Stroh brewery company Detroit 26, much ton americans Omey Ftfe for Ewe Beer a fire Bre wed at 2000 Degges

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