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Star-News (Newspaper) - March 23, 1957, Pasadena, California STAK-NIWI Mirth it, WST Lincoln Becomes Third Aussie to Clip 4-Minute Mile MELBOURNE, Australia, OB Australia's Merv Lincoln, cut- ting loose with a burst of speed In the stretch, broke through the barrier yesterday with a mile run in flat. He was the third Australian the half, for three-quart- ever to break four minutes ,and tremendous credited his great .effort to Ron Clarke "who sacrificed four-minute everything to assist me in this attempt." World record holder John Landy and Jim Bailey were the, other Ajussies who bettered four minutes with Landy crack- ing the mark six times. His fastest clocking was his rec- ord set at Turku, Finland on June Lincoln was clocked in :59.2 for the first quarter, for, ers, and then cut loose with a :58.4 final quarter over the red cinder University track which was used as a training site for the recent Olympic Games. t Six timers Blocked' Lincoln with three them catching him in and the other three in Lincoln, who had an lane, raced third behind Fran! Hannihgan and Clarke for the first lap. Then Hannlgan dropped out as Clarke set the pace for his country man for the next two laps. As the bell sounded for the final tour Lin- inside coin took over, stretching out ,k his stride desperately in his ef- fort to beat four minutes, With 200 yards to go Lincoln appeared to. rjbiax slightly but then he turned loose his closing burst of speed'in the straight- away where he has a slight following wind. Earlier this month Lincoln only managed to finish second behind 19-year-old Herb Ellipi t in a mile and his victory yesterday caused a great surge of excitement among Aus- tralia's track officials, coaches and athletes as well as the fans. They sec the 'return of Aus- tralia in mile supremacy, ;a po- tt sition they lost with recent retirement of Landy. Lincoln said he planned to relax now and start hard; train- ing next season with the Em- pire Games as his goal. KANSAS 10-POINT CHOICE FOR NCAA CAGE CROWN PASADENA DEADLOCKS Johnson, co- Capt.'of the Los Angeles Canadians, above, scored one goal and two assists, but his good work went for naught as the Pasadena Maple Leafs won 5-3 at the Winter Garden last night and tied the California Ice Hockey League championship playoff series at one game a piece. Ray Bouchard led Pasadena's comeback, scoring three goals for hockey's "hat trick" and Don Bussette was out- standing in goal for the winners. Johnson's was helped by Ron Koscielak, Who made two goals. Third and final game will be played by the two rivals next Friday night here, with the winner taking on the league champion Paramount sextet. ADGOCK SHINES Sacs Buy Receiver From N.Y. Stormy Catcher Jim Mangan today became Sacramento's headache as the Scions' front office announced that he has been purchased for an undis- closed sum from the New York Giants. Mangan is the boy who called Bill Rigney, New York Giants skipper the worst manager n baseball last year and left the club in a huff, was suspended and eventually was allowed to rejoin the team and used in the bull pen only. This spring Mangan, who formerly played with Holly- wood and had a few run-ins, as well, was assigned to Minne- apolis, the Giants' farm club, now training at Stanford, Fla. Mangan will stop at Minne- apolis to pick up his car and drive to Pasadena, being ex- pected next week. He played in 20 games for New York and hit .100. Meanwhile, Manager Tommy Heath reported he probably would start Earl Harris tomor- row against Seattle at San Ber- nardino, but it all deperided On how his club did against Van- couver in Riverside today. Seattle Shortstop Morrie Wills led the Rainiers. to a 5-3 BRADENTON, Fla: (UP) Big Joe Adcock homered in the eighth inning to tie the score and singled on an attempted pitehout with two out in the 10th yesterday to give the Milwaukee Braves a 4-3 victory over the Ort.lir.c rayW.rr sepovla.ct Delln.lf Campbell. 3b AT BRADENTOlt. FLA. Pittsburgh (N) 000 001 110 3 5 Milwaukee (N) 000 101 010 110 innings) Friend. Arryo Klldoo ChUL (10) and Kravltz: Guhl. crone (8) an Bice. Roseill Chum. Adcoc AT ST. PETERSBURG. FLA. Philadelphia (N) 300 000 4 7 St. Louis (N) 9 Simmons, Cardwell (6) and Lonnett Burk Mudelt, Merrill Ciar (71, Wicland (S) and Landrlth. Gree Anderson AT WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. New York (A) ..020 000 3 12 Kansas City (A) 000 000 0 4 Sluraivant Depalo (7) and Berra Howard (3J; Trucks. Host (6> an Ehantz, Detroit (A) '___OO'O 000 1 7 Cincinnati (N) 6 Eunning. Woodeschick (S) and House Kllppstein and Bursess. Running. AT SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. Chlcwo1" (55) 100 000 010 510 Baltimore (A) 100 100 000 9 -Kaiser. Bribes Bros non (10) and Silvera. Neeman Brown O'Dell (7) and Patton. Gins berg (91. Wlncenlak (Chi.) AT MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Washington (A) ..000 050 020-7 10 Brooklyn 100 SI. Pascual and Berberct. Fitzgerald (5) Newcombe, Spooner Elston (5) Roebuck (61. Podres (8) and Campan- ella, Plcnatano AT SAN FRAXCISCO BOS. Red Sox (A) 000 100 5 San Fran. (PCD 002 000 11 1 Portertleld. Kemraerer (5) and White, Wilson, Tlnney (fl) and Sadowskl. WP AT SAX niEOO Sew York 001 501 11 {A1. OCO Oil 7 1 Surkont. Eurnsjde Ci) and Schmidt; fr.ircia. Pit1 Nixon. WP :ula Tomanek and CaSienfe Has 2 Features AGUA CALIENTE. Twenty- one horses were entered' today tho two handicaps that top lomorrows racing program. Eleven, by far the best sprint field of the year, were named for the six-furlong Leilanl and 10 for the mile and a sixteenth Onlui. Wlckerbell, winner of three six-furlong dashes In a row is the high weight with 120 pounds in tho Leilanl. He gives pound to My Urchin, three to Kollnpon and four to Old Mill. Hellapon came back to .the races after a four months rest to win his second outing. Old Mill away since tho Del Mnr meeting scored two weeks ago In his romebnck stmt Other spoedslpi- In the field are victorious last week, Miss Olen-Huss, Dlnna Zcv just Iwk from SnntA Anltfl, Damp Abbey, Tnrp, Integrity nnd Kon- fonct. Pittsburgh Pirates! The 10th inning also high-lighted by an argument si between Milwaukee Manager Fred Haney and Umpire Augie Donatelli which .resulted in Haney's banishment from the game. It was the first such in- cident of the spring training season. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. OT) Harry Anderson, rookie out- fielder of the Philadelphia Phil- lies, hit a 3-run homer and a sacrifice fly to account for all of his team's runs yesterday as the defeated the Car- dinals. 4 to 3. Anderson hit his homer in the first inning. In the eighth, after the Cards had tied the score, Bob Bowman and John Kennedy singled and Bowman scored on Anderson's sacrifice jfly. WEST Fla. (TPI The New York Yankees got excellent performance from righthanders Tom Sturdivant and Jim Depalo yesterday and the outcome was a 3-0 victory over the Kansas City Athletics. Bright. Wills 2. E Deli -In. Segovia, exhibition over Sacramento yes terday, getting two hits and stealing two bases in the Close- fought Contest SKATTLB SACRAMENTO 55 Olympic 'Man of Letters' Hunting Job BOSTON. (IPl Shot putter Cliff Blair of Hingham, who was dropped from the United States Olympic track team just-before the 1956 games in Australia for con- tributing articles to a news- paper (The Boston inserted t h i s "situation wanted" ad in the Globe yes- terday: "Olympic team member just back from Australia, looking for job with long hours, good pay; excellent photographer, experienced and fully equipped but not enough contacts to start on my own; free lance, good enough writer to get myself dropped from Olympic team because of it; enjoy getting things done quickley effi- ciently and to the best of my ability." Sports W BUBB SAMUELSEN, Editor S.F. Top Sox Amid Quake Fear 420 400 Hrrort.Sb S 1 0 BrlEM.lt 310 Wehner.lb 210 Helst.cr 31 0 Shields, rt 320 Facchino.ss 411 KuihliiB.o 300 Boyer.B 000 Santlno 101 stanka.p 100 Tobln.ct Hooue 3392 Totals i o I 2 0 ....000 201 5 ,.000 010 3 Seattle 10. Sacramento 7. Dells, Dyei ito 7. its. De rck, o lynn. Facchlno, to Streetcrt. Willis to Campbell. orr. Tlme- TAMPA, Klippstein Fla. OP) Johnny of .the Cincinnati yesterday became the :irst major league hurler to )itch a complete game this year by hurling a 2-1 victory oday over the Detroit Tigers. It took a two-base muff by Pete Whiscnant of a fly from Frank Boiling's bat with none out in the ninth inning to save the Tigers from a shut- out. Harvey Kucmi then sin- gled to right for the second time in succession to send Boiling' home. SCOTTSDALE7 Ariz. Walt Mpryn and Ed Winceniak ilasted eleventh inning homers iff Bonus Lefty Bill O'Dell to iropel the Chicago Cubs to a victory over the Baltimore Moles In a three-hour Cactus League marathon before 1359 ans here yesterday. GLENDALE. The Portland Beavers let loose a 17-hit bar- rage at Los Angeles yesterday to score a One-sided 15-6 win in exhibition play over last year's pennant-winners. Although Los Angeles re- ceipted for its fourth loss of the exhibitibrt season, Angel fans were cheered by the sight of Steve Bilkb getting his first homer of the season. Bllko nil 55 homers last year. Bob Bor- kowski and Monte Irvin also homered for Los AngeleS, Irvin getting his with Bilko on base with a double in the first, Anfceles -----311 fllO 6 11 3 Portland 163 OOi 17 e Sherry Pape (5) Hurvlll Henry. (9) and Bottler. Balch Calderone Costa Bows to Berrios NEW YORK. KB Little Miguel Berrios, brand new American featherweight champion and semi-finalist in the tourney, for the vacant world crown, said today, "I rqust ween the beeg title for my four keeds." Stocky, broad-shouldered Ml- V-shaped Puerto Rican his new prom- inence by chasing Brooklyn's speedy Carmelo Costa about Madison Square Garden's ring last night and flooring him once while en route to a single-point, 12-round, split decision. Victory in the nationally tel- evised and broadcast fight, which drew 4204 cash custo- mers and earned 24- year-old Berrios the right to meet Hogan (Kid) Bassey of Nigeria, Africa, in the semi- final 12-rounder at Washington, D.C., April 26. SAN FRANCISCO. crowd of baseball fans undaunted by earthuakes an threats of more temblors turned out last night to watj their San Francisco Seals de feat the parent Boston Rex Sox 5-2, in an exhibition basebal game. And if the restless San An dreas Fault permits, at leas that many were expected ti turn out for today's game. Tin three-game series ends tomor row. Karl Wilson, who may be come the first Negro to play for the Red Sox, sparked the Seals by allowing only two hits and one run In five innings Seals catcher Ed Sadowsk rapped out a single, a double and a triple off Boston pitching Marshall Near Track Crown Marshall Junior High won its second straight dual meet yes- terday, by Whipping Wilson track. to. 31H on the Tiger's Maurlello. L. md N. Shern ONTARIO. San Diego and Hollywood battled to a 9-9 tie here yesterday, preserving the Stars' four game win streak and the Padres' three-game skein. The game was called in the ninth because of a time limit to permit use of the diamond by high school teams. Shortstop Smith led a 14-hit Hollywood attack with four hits while Harry Elliott, Clarence Moore, Stu Lochlin and Crawford Davidson each jot three hits to pace the Cadres' 17-hit barrage. 101 14 0 0 Ask California Wrestling Aid SACRAMENTO. (If) A measure taking "sham or fake" wrestling matches out of state jurisdiction was passed by the Assembly and sent to the Senate yesterday. Assemblyman Frank G. Bonelll (D-Huntingtoh Park) said his measure af- fected wrestling matches which were "faked or pre- determined. To condone a conspiracy of this type is flagrant violation of the he said. Assemblyman Ralph Brown (D-Modcsto) said he was not taking sides in the debate, but he pointed out the legislation "would open wrestling to mud fighting and allow minors to wres- tle" because the (State Athletic) Commission would have absolutely no control" over wrestling. lotlywood .......100 104 14 San nieco ......120 Oil 17 _ O'Donnel, Rowe Perez rfaysom (S) and Koback; Grant. Lom- ___ bardl Carm: Koback; rmichael (7) and Grace. Eskimos Hit Road EDMONTON. The Ed- WHAT'S DOING IN SPORTS TONIGHT BOJCING Hollywood legion Sta- dium, iv.m.. (Paul Aroittc'ad vs. Tommy Tlbbs In main TV p.m. (9) BOXINOi Pro- boats from nourn-004 LerlOo: Ptul Armstead vs. Tommy Tlobi, In main n.m. ItOI.I.KR 1100KEV, RADIO 8 p.m. 8 p.m. KNX 5.1 Ennls Montgomery and .Lloyd Keesee paced the Ti- gers, each copping two events. Montgomery won the broad jump and the 660, while Keesee won the shot put and the high jump. Larry Misch scored a double for the loser's as he won the 100 in 10.6 and the 220 In 24.2. In "B" competition, the Ti- gerkittfns continued undefeat- ed, by compiling 41W points to Wiloson's Tom Burgess and Sam Kirk sparked the Mar- shall win, with double victories. Brugess won the 100 a equalled the school record winning the 180 dash in 19 Kirk captured the 120 low hu dies and set a new school recor in the pole vault with a 10-fo 5% vault. Summary: "A" RESULTS (WK Leonnardi Lh eke 10.6, LeOnoardl Lie eke 24.2. 660r-E. Montgomery Mejia (W Orozoco Low McDona Cressman 15.3. Hich MontRomery (M Bucklen Mejii 10.5. S80 (Marshall dlsoua High tie for se ond among Patterson Watts arid Gruber 5ft.6ln. Broad Montgomery (M Ofcren Hunter (Wi, 13ft.2ln. Shot Barker (M Vaneen 50ft. Pole VaultT-Heln Snow Of Kn 12it.lin. FINAL Wl son 31'i. "B" RESULTS Bursess Rogers Ka. Beard Lloy 19.7 (equals Marshall 180 recor ot Domer Mlllo Low Hurdles Valasque (Ml. Cantrell 15.0. "50 Igh (Ml, tie t6f secon among .Sanders (W) and DesJarden 5iUln. Broad for first among Ev- ans (M) and Lloyd Outlerrej (Wl ISIt.lln. Put-Cortez Wayne (M) Pole Vault ond amonj Meadows FINAL SCORE Marshall 41 !i, Wll son 28-i. THIS IS A JOB FOR AUDITORS! SANTA ANA. Darkness rascued the score keeper late yesterday when Orange Coast JC baseball team de- feated Chaffey in an Eastern Conference contest, 43-1, the" game being called at the end of six innings. Chaffey JC 0 0 p 0 0 1 5 L Orange C. JC.. 29 j Odren. Hurst Garcia (3) ant ,'aro; Newklrk. Wetzcl (4) and Coutts. [Called end 6th, iult for sec it emlth Man: (Wf am 10'Otiln. (betters sihoo monton Eskimos announced] yesterday they would play an exhibition football game against the British Columbia Lions In Portland, Ore., Aug. 2. PASADENA MAN, WIFE TUMBLE FROM ENGLISH 'BIRDIE' SEMIS LONDON. (IP) Defending Champion Margaret Varner of Boston and U.S. Open Champion Judy Devlin of Balti- more won straight set matches yesterday and produced an All-American final In the All-England Badminton Cham- pionships for the second straight year. Miss Varner easily turned back Shedd of Canada, 11-3, 11-5, and Miss Devlin routed Mrs. Al. ston of Pasadena, Calif., 11-J, 11-3. Miss Varner and Miss Devlin mcnt today for the title. Another American, Joe Alston ot Pasadena, provided the main dramatics in Men's compotltlon even though he lost. Alslon finally bcnlen by Mnlnya's dejt6ncllnR champion, Eddie B. Choong, 15.11, 0-15, 18-16, but ffove the lithe Malayan the fight he's hurt In recent years. Down 1-10 In the final set, Alston pulled up to 1-1-13 lead nntl fought off four match points before going down. Irrnatlonkl Urand Frlx. lla.m. KN.V National invitational TOMORROW EXHIBITION HA9F.BAU, Nen Vfrh lllui> Cleveland InJlM? at .l Los Anwles rtla lASKEtRALT.l ltethfcll Portland Virility. IPI'ld, 1130 p.m.l L vs. Ifollnrond Anaheim) elan nlegfl at OnUrloi H fcn Brrnardlno. onn lt Santa .Seattle at tilMI-rnO l Inll, Co n Uerchinli iinnrAvlA t My Amfilup I Stbni vs. Cuple noollnt PCC Spanks Pierce, 8-0 on 5-Hitter Pasadena City College's base baljers routed Pierce, 8-0, in a Western State Conference game yesterday at Horreli Field. Johnny Nyquest went the route for the Lancers and pitched brilliant ball, limiting iho visitors to five hits. CO Ed Onattr Ixii Antrlfi iimet. hancjio V.'y, atudi Me- AUTO Jrt AllTO RACING _ aiMlnm. J JiTdMli, Connty Tuiri lino p.m. TV li.ni. ItftWl.lN'Oi Mi RADIO ft Rthfdulrd. PlBttCE itaiiek.o( leckathorn.i itronlr.Sb chulfiof.lb jrolli.ri Mim.lt lorruon.M .'lllnmi.p 'ismbri.p UNIVERSAI NEW ORLEANS, an Hubert Iteed of Oklahoma City Univer- sity was the unanimous plpk of the Loyola University squad to is all'Oppqnont basketball team. SRO 'Diego House Views Giant Romp The New York Giants and Cleveland Indians brought their xhibition game rivalry into Los Angeles Wrigley Field to ay for th.eir second clash Within two days. The two major league teams pened th.eir Southern Califor- ia exhibition swirtg last night t San Diego. The Giants topped the In- dians, 84, before an overflow crowd of Veteran Max Surkont pitched the first five Innings for the winners, al- lowing only three hits and a lone tally. While Surkont was on 'the mound the Giants built up a lead. It was Cleveland's ourth straight loss in exhibi- on play. The Indians boast a 6-6 exhibition record while the Giants in winning their fourth straight' boosted their record to 8-4. Cleveland's Bob Lemon, a local product from Long Beach, was scheduled to take th mound against veteran Rube Gomez In this afternoon' lame. Both teams also will pla on the same field tomorrow. No-Hit teem by Wesgold Walt Weigold of Citrus ossed a no-hit, no-run game a -a. Puente yesterday, giving his mates a 9-0 triumph in Tri Country League baseball action >n the winner's diamond. Upland, behind the seven hi. 'itching of Wulf, roiled over Azusa in the same lop, 7-J. Elser of Bell Gardens, missec ossing a perfect game, as he leld Arroyo to no runs but al owed one hit as the Lancers won, 6-0. Rosemead, paced by the bat f Imaniya, who rapped out a omer and collected two RBIs, opped West Covina. Rio Hondo R- H F rroyo 000 000 6-M) 1 3 ell Gardens 130 020 9 2 Toad and Smalley: Elser and HaddenT Trl-Connly league P H E 010 000 4 4 300 103 7 3 Hopaon and Grihalva; Ledesma, Wulf a Puentft 000 000 0 3 I'M (01 202 10 0 Savlola, Oonzales (O and Short: VVd- Id and Edwards. Wilt Co. Maul Dons; Tarheels Shade MSU KANSAS Mo. (IP) Odds-makers, figuring on Wilt Chamberlain's fabulous talent for scoring and Kansas a 10-polnt favorite over North Carolina in tonight's NCAA title basketball game. Kanas won its its berth with an easy 80-56 win over San Francisco while North Caro- lina, ranked No. 1 in the na- tion, took a thrilling 74-70 win over Mjchiagn State after three overtime periods. San Francisco Coach Phil Woolpert summed it up tills way: "Tho big factor was we didn't contain the other four men. Chamberlain is no one- man team, there Is no such thing. He hurts you On the boards, but the other four men hurt you worse." The towering goal-getter was brilliant, as usual, getting 32 points and grabbing 11 re- bounds. Kansas spread its scoring well, although its second high- est scorer, Gene Elstun, had 16, only one-half of Chamber- lain's total. San Francisco's top scorers were a pair of Mikes, Farmer with 14 and Preaseau with 12. The Dons Were In the game only in the opening minutes when they ran up a 6-2 margin. Chamberlain dunked one and lit a free throw when Art Day fouled 'him and Kansas was on 7-6. North Carolina and Michi- gan State battled to ties 18 times, Including 29-29 at the half, 58-58 atj the end of regu- lar play, 64-64 at tho close of the first overtime, and 66-66 at the finish of the second period. 'It Was a close game all the Vay, with the biggest lead be- ng North Carolina's 6-0 at the start and 74-68 in the third overtime. Francisco FT OF 1 13 Day.f 3 2 o 2 Mallen.r o o 0 2 Dunbar.f 9 n 0 2 Koljlan.f 8 Kansas I. Klne.f hnson.f 0 04 33 __wn.c I-lllevand.E X v 0 Farmer, R 2 3 7J.KInK.B 102 Preaseau.K 000 RuWell.B Hadnvich.K s7 12 SO Totals 5 .Ime score: Kansas 38, 8. 2 14 2 12 Covlna oiemead t 3 133 030 10 12 1 Batteries: Xlreves ?6) and jlner: Corlez, Case (6) and Hawkins, ejiver 3, Ctiry i, 1. ayes 1, Cortez 2, Case 2. aves 2, Cartel! 8. Case 1. orlez. W N.C. (74) Rosenbth.f. Cnsham.r. Young, f. Brennah.f. Searcy.c. Kearns.g. Lotz.g. Qulgg.g. Totals 28 IS 74 Tolals Score tt halrtlme: North !9, Michigan State 29. G T T 12 7 31 Bulggle.f. 8 3 19 oreen.f. 102 FerKUson.f, 6 2 14 Andtregg.f. 000 Hedden.c. 146 Scott, g. 000 Wilson.e. 022 Bencfe.g. OFT C820 4 311 4 2 10 2 3 7 4614 204 032 102 UNBEATEN YEAR ENDS FOR DELANY CLEVELAND, O. OP) Ron Delany may not be a hero to most clock-watching track buffs, but the lanky Irishman still must, be considered the most consistent miler in his- tory. Taking his own sweet time as usual, Delany won the fea- tured mile In In the Cleveland K. of C. meet last night to complete his second unbeaten season on the Indoor circuit. It was the 16th straight in- door mile victory for the Olympic 1500 meter cham- pion. And alth'ough plodding Ron didn't even come close to VVes Santee's nieet mark of he still gave a near- capacity crowd of a look at his famous late "kick." In the two-mile run, Hun- Jarian refugee Laszlo Taborl tired badly in the final quarter mile but still hung on to finish first in summaries: oO-VARD DAEH-1. Hutchison (West- ern 2. Johnson (Obtrllnji 3, Stiller 5.< [new event. Murchlson set meet record of 5.3 In 66-YARD man cai- houn 2. JOhes (Eastern 3. Campbell (U.S. e.l. TWO-MILE tOO-YARD Taborl (Htmn- Dol'wat (P____ ._ ___ _. Jenkins (Villa- 4, Eckel Sowell (Pitts- rll) POLE Rlcharda nmont Laz (Unatt.) Welbourn 1.000-YARD Sc 2, Scurlock (Nortt 3. Lockerbie (New York AC .B Rlchar among Laz TO. Bragg (PhlladeVhla (Opo TCX arid Lai 'in HIGH Reavls tie between Stead (Vlllanova) and Furrey 4, O'Reilly Si t. dn. MtLB Delamy Beatty (North 3, Wheeler 4. Gregory (Noire (Mtct lolnt- CAGE RESULTS JUNIOR COLLEGE TOURNEY (Championship Jlracket) Eon Angelo. Tex.. 78, Pueblo. Colo.. 85. (Connotation Bracket) Arkansiw City SO. nibbing. Minn.. 87. HiUthlnran. ftnn'78. Jollei. ill." 62. Tyler, Tex., HI, Brewton Parker 100. Hifs, Runs and Errors From Training Camps NEW YORK. (IP) Hits, run; and errors Jtrom the spring training camps: if the name is unfamiliar ask but the news out of the International Leagu s that Satchel 47 going on is primed for another seasbn with Miami. Old Satch, who amazing recbrd of had an H wins against fbur defeats last season and saved 15 games in relief urprlsed all hands by an nounoing he would report be< ore spring training was half tver. Tlie reason: He "heard the fishing was extra good (his year." Smile a while department: One of the best pictures of he spring was one showing iant Mgr. Bill Rigney giving tttlng "tips" to Daryl Spencer. 'he giggle is that Rigney's best till season batting average vhen he played with the Giants was .278, exactly stronomical even for Infield- rs. Ted Williams figures that! he'll play 100 games this season which, at comes to a fancy a game for his hitting. The fielding apparent- ly gets thrown in for, free be- cause when Ted reported to camp he asked clubhouse man Johnny Orlando "Is my glove the Orlando. "Your "What's demanded bats are." Early Wynn thought It was an insult when the Red Sox- offered "only" for fireball pitcher Herb Score. Wynn believes Score will re- write the record books and said that Gen. Mgr. Hank Green- berg "should hold out for "If Greenberp don't want the said Scoro wist- fully, "I'll take It." The Kansas City Athletics are using an electronic' device o clock the speed of .their iltchers' fast balls. But, as Joe )IMaggio insists, "They'll hit fast ball If it's out of a :annon unless you've got some- thing on it." 'BUSINESS TAG WOULD HURT-PRICK BELLAIRE, Fla. HP) (fended Itself agnlnst rhonop- y charges yastdl-day by Insist- g It "Is not the kind of uslness whlah should ba sup- c( to anll.trust mmlsslonor Ford FrlcK, norglng irpm a long session Hh high major nnd minor ague officials, freely admitted lAsoball Is a but ted two Supromc Court nil go and a congressional InveS' gating committee report to ick up his stand it. Is a unique ml of business. (baseball) believes a statute Subjecting profession- al baseball to unlUriiiit laws will Ipjurc baseball without any corresponding benefit to the FrlcK Tho emSrgftncy rriectlrtfr 6f the (ireslddhu the tw6 major leagues, reprfi- '6f all 16 mijor league clubs nnd Nallonnl AADO< elation (minor Icagu6) Presi- dent Georgo Trnutman WAS called to clarify buscbnll's pftj sltlon on bills pending In Con- gress to rogulalo professional spOrls. j As a nisult. of a Sijpreme Court ruling last month bring- ing pro football under the anti- trust laws, Rep. Emantiel Cel- lar N.Y., ana Rep. Patrick J., Hillings Calif., Intro- duced bills to bring baseball within the nntl-trust net as well. But yostflrdijy, Frlck clfftd a 1952 report by Caller, thqn chairman of nn anti-monopoly committee Investigating bone' tall, thaf the gamo Is a "unique ;
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