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Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Tipton, IndianaA Page 4 ii Upton daily Tribune monday May 20, 1963 Only half game separates first five teams in american league by Milton Richman up sports writer to get the feel of the american league race today try squeezing five into a Telephone Booth. That s exactly the same situation presently ext Ting in Joe Cronin a circuit where a Mere half game separates the first five clubs and where the standings look this Way w. Three runs in the fifth with the Ord now is 4-4. Aid of Bill Bruton a double and j Dick Ellsworth Al Kaliney a sixth Homer. Bruton had four doubles in five trips to Pace Detroit s 11-hit attack on Boston Chicago Baltimore new York Kansas City 19 21 21 18 20 l. 13 15 15 13 15 pct. .594 .583 .583 .581 .571 go loser Dave Stenhouse and two Washington relievers. All those crepe hangers who were so sure Walt Alston was about to lose his Job can March to the blackboard and write too times a How wrong can anyone be a Alston a Job As manager of the los Angeles dodgers was regarded so precarious two wrecks ago that owner Walter of Malley broke a Long silence by giving him a vote of Confidence. Ordinarily such verbal pats on the Back too often turn out to be ended in splits and none of the j the kiss of death but at the spec leaders could make the least bit tabular clip Alston has the Dodg of headway against any of the ors going now he Sev a in a to others. I sit Ion to Thow a few votes of Mal the lied sox had an Opp or Ley s Way. Unity to Widen their slender per-1 at Long last the dodgers look cent age Points Lead alter clapping like the club everyone Felt they the a a 7-3, in the first game could be but never really were the log Jam was t helped any sunday when four doubleheaders of a doubleheader but lost tile Nightcap 9-7. Baltimore won the opener from Chicago 4-3, then lost a 10-inning Nightcap by the same score the los Angeles Angels beat the yankee6-2. But dropped the second since 1959 when they won their last National league Pennant. Close in on giants they have won 6 in a Row 9 of their last to and have zipped from seventh place to within one game of the first place san Francisco profited by a three run cub rally in the first inning to Register his fifth Victory in the opener with the braves. Lew Burdette 3 5 was tile loser even though Hank Aaron connected for his 13th Homer. Warren Spahn still going Strong at 42, won his sixth game in the Nightcap even though tagged for la hits including Jim schaffers Homer. Eddie Mathews hit his sixth Homer and drove in three runs. Major league standings by United press International american league w. L. Pct. Go 19 13 sports Parade Boston Chicago Baltimore new York Kansas City Cleveland los Angeles Detroit Minnesota Washington 21 21 18 20 15 18 14 15 15 13 15 16 22 20 .594 .583 .583 .581 .571 .484 .450 .412 it. It a i 5 6 18 record qualifiers in Field for May 30 race game 10-4 Cleveland Defeated giants. They also were the Only major league club to sweep a doubleheader sunday when they beat the new York Mots 1-0 and 4 2 in 13 innings. Southpaw Sandy Koufax rolled to his sixth Victory with a two hitter in the opener and Frank Minnesota 6-4, and lost the finale 7-6, and the Detroit tigers winged the Washington senators 5-1, in a single game. Frank Mai zone drove in five runs in the red sox athletics opener with two homers and a.,. Single that paved the Way for Howard cracked Ina scent Hom Bill a Fourtin vie 1 Tore. Pc reliever Bill Fischer scored his sixth straight Victory without a defeat in file Nightcap As George a Iii Sib and Charles each hit two run homers. Robin Robens struck out the in Khz Bat or of his major league career in the Oriole a opening game i tory chit the sox. His victim a Juan in Pizarro to ered his first loss following three straight Iet ories. Roberts allowed five hits in bringing his record to 2-4. Ray Herbert a string of scoreless innings ended at 38 when Oriole Catcher John Orsino hit tile first of his two homers in the third inning of the second game. Orsino also singled Home the tying run in the ninth but Pete wards triple won the game for the White sox in the 10th. Jim Brosnan recently acquired from to a. Was credited with his first Al Triumph. Or with one Man aboard in the t in thinning of the Nightcap. Hon Hunts fourth inning single and a sixth inning infield single by losing Pitcher Roger Craig were the Only hits off Koufax in the first game which really was decided in the first inning when Tommy Davis sacrifice Fly accounted for the Only run of the i contest. Ron Perranoski blanked the Mots on four hits Over the last seven innings to regi tar his sixth win in inc Nightcap. Howard a Homer dealt the first loss of the season to Ken Mackenzie who had relieved met starter Al Jackson in the 12th. A phils giants split the Philadelphia Phillies downed the giants 3-0, in the first of their two games but san Francisco won the Nightcap 6-5. The Cincinnati reds Defeated the St. Louis cardinals 10-6, the Pittsburgh pirates thumped the Houston Colts 5-0. And Chicago and 14 21 .4000 6vz 14 24 .368 8 saturday s results Minnesota 8 Cleveland i los Angeles at new York ppd., rain Kansas City at Boston ppd., rain Baltimore 2 Chicago i night Detroit 6 Washington 3, 1st Washington 7 Detroit 5, 2nd, night sunday s results Cleveland 6 Minnesota 4, 1st. Minnesota 7 Cleveland 6, 2nd Baltimore 4 Chicago 3, 1st Chicago 4. Baltimore 3, 2nd, to innings Detroit 5 Washington i los Angeles 6 new York 2, 1st new York to los Angeles 4, 2nd Boston 7 Kansas City 3, 1st Kansas City 9 Boston 7, 2nd monday s probable pitchers los Angeles at Cleveland night a Lee 2-1 is. Kralick 1-5. Chicago at Washington night a Fisher 2-5 is. Cheney 4-3. Detroit at Baltimore night a Regan 2 4 is. Papppas 3-0. Minnesota at Boston night Pascual 4-4 is. Delock 1-2. Only games scheduled tuesday s games los Angeles at Cleveland night Chicago at Washington night Detroit at Baltimore night Kansas City at new York night Minnesota at Boston night a Ltd Pear on s three run Horn a Milwaukee split a doubleheader or and another two run blast by v,1h the c., winning the Rookie Boh Perry eased the Way and How a he f for Ken Mcbride a first game i Victory Over the yanks. The Angel right hander now has registered two of his seasons three triumphs Over the world champs and has beaten them five straight times. Rout Bey Belinsky they combed to Belinsky for eight runs in the first two innings of the Nightcap however Nab a 3-2, 8-2. Alou Breaks slumps Cal Mclish limited the giants to five hits to gain his second Victory for the Phillies in the opener. Tony Gonzalez clipped loser Jack Fisher tor a pair of double the first of which drove in j the Philst first run. Felipe Aioli came out of a 1-for-31 slump with a ninth inning Hom up a 5-5 tic and ought reliever Bob Bolin his second Victory. De Bailey also National league w. L. Pct. Go san Francisco 24 15 .615los Angeles 23 16 .590 i St. Louis 20 19 .513 4 Chicago 19 18 .514 4 Milwaukee 19 20 .487 5 Pittsburgh 17 18 .486 5 Cincinnati 17 18 .486 5 Philadelphia 17 20 .459 6 Houston 17 22 .436 7 new York 16 23 .410 8 Lins Ralph Terry to coast to Hisor that broke fourth Victory. Clote Boyer Horn i1 ered for the Yankees and Leon Wagner belted his Lith for the homered for the Gian s w Hile Roy fevers and Clay Dairymple con a nested for the phils. The reds rapped Bob Gibson for Allio of their runs during the six Benny greens two run Homer in the. Ninth inning of the second game powered the twins to their second game win after Pedro Ramos cored his second Victory in the opener. Joe Adcock drove in All six of Cleveland a runs in the Iii Cap with two homers saturday s results Milwaukee to Chicago 6 Houston 3 Philadelphia 2 new York 4 san Francisco 0 los Angeles 6 Pittsburgh 4" Cincinnati 9 St. Louis 7, night sunday s results Chicago 3 Milwaukee 2, 1st Milwaukee 8 Chicago 2, 2nd Cincinnati to St. Louis 6 Pittsburgh 5 Houston 0 los Angeles i new York 0, 1st los Angeles 4 new York 2, 2nd, 13 innings san Francisco 0, innings he worked for the cardinals. Jerry Lynch and Frank Robin on each knocked in three runs As Joe Nuxhall picked up his third Victory and went the distance de Bob Friend and Bill Mazeroski and _ a single but Bay allowing 15 hit third of five i win pitchers gained his first Victory paced the pirates to their Tiamos singled Home to runs in Over the Colts with Friend Blank a v l to 3 it"8,5 in i Ouston on nine hits for his is in l Resal-1 fourth win and Mazeroski driving ii v do balt i. In three runs on two singly. The Rookie Bill Paul scored his Lear was Dick Farrell. Whote rec first major league Victory for the tigers with a three hitter Over the senators. The tigers provided him with All the support he needed when they rallied for vacation Loans get $25 to $500 planning a vacation see us for a Quick Cash Law fat coms in or phone today. 117 n main Tipton lad of 5-2982 How to liven up a lunch Box meet Che Selep be at any kind it Sandwich tastes new and wonderful when you use Kraft Sand Kraft Sandwich spread Philadelphia 3 1st san Francisco 6 Philadelphia 5, 2nd monday s probable pitchers Pittsburgh at Houston night a Cardwell 1-5 is. Drott 1-1. Only game scheduled drive in free parking Reg. . Pat. Off by Oscar Fraley up sports writer new York up a turn Back the clock a matter of 50 years at the country club in Brookline mass., next month. The year was 1913. Woodrow Wilson w As president. Franklin d. Roosevelt was assistant Secretary of the Navy. Jack Johnson was heavyweight Goux just had won the Indianapolis 500 mile Auto race at an average Speed of 75 Miles per hour. And a 20-year-old sex Caddy named Francis Ouimet put Golf on Page one for the first time when he Defeated two of England a greatest Harry Vardon and ted Ray in a playoff for the . Open Golf championship. Now 50 years later there will be a reunion at that same site when the 63rd open is held june 20-22.Ouimet a successful broker will be on hand and there is talk of his hitting the opening drive off the first tee. Caddy to attend Eddie Lowery who was oui met a 10-year-old Caddy and went on to become a wealthy automobile dealer in san Francisco will be there. And so too will George Pietzcker still is fit enough to walk to Boston. There also will be an attempt to have on hand a fellow who was born Only a few Hundred Yards away from the country club although that event still was four years from occurring. A Man named John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Ouimet too was Horn just across the Street from the club Ile caddies there As a boy and it seemed too improbable that he should he Able to beat the immortal Vardon and the mighty Ray right there in his own Back Yard. The British players did t believe it could happen either. Those were the Days when caddies received 50 cents for a championship round compared with the Sio now in effect. And instead of Wheeling into the parking lot in High powered automobiles they took a horse and buggy to the train station for 25 cents. The three had tied at 304 in a violent rainstorm. Weren t concerned Vardon and Ray who were touring the United a states together hired a buggy to visit a nearby restaurant that night and obviously weren to too concerned about Ouimet but rather As to which one of them would win the next Days playoff. A that 20-year-old Ouimet looks like the Best player in the United states a someone remarked. A we Are More interested a Vardon replied almost tartly a in where we can get the Best Steak but the ignored youngster Shook them both up the next Day when he fired an even 72 to run off with the championship. Vardon trailed him by five shots with a 77 and Ray was another stroke Back at 78. Thus did Ouimet become the first Amateur to win the open and the Romance of his rags torches feat gave Golf its greatest shot in the Arm. By Kurt Freudenthal Indianapolis up a record smashing Parnelli Jones the hottest Pilot at the Speedway since Billy Vukovich will head the pack again in the 500-mile memorial Day Auto race Only the the he Hopes they wont catch him. For the second year in a Row the 29-year-old California Comet was the fastest first Day qualifier making him the fourth Driver in race history to win the pole position two years in a Row. He did it with an average Speed of 151.153 Miles per hour for the Lap sprint and his fastest Lap of 151.847 also wiped out his record of last year. Eleven cars were qualified on a Windy sunday making a total of 8 in the Field and leaving 15 spots to be filled in this weekends final time trials. Jones made the test run at an average Speed of 150 Mph but five of the f first 18 qualifiers crashed the Barrier this time and additional 150 Mph tests Are possible this weekend. Other qualifiers saturday were defending �?o500�?� Champion Rodger w a r a Indianapolis 149.800 Jimmy Clark Scotland 149.750 Jimmy Mcelreath Arlington Tex. 149.744, and Bobbby Marshman Pottstown pa., 149.458. Behind Foyt sunday were Paul Goldsmith St. Clair shores mich., 150.163 Eddie Sachs Detroit 149.570 Chuck Hulse Downey calif., 149.340 Dan Gurney Costa Mesa calif., 149.019 Allen Crowe Springfield 111., 148,877 Roger Mccloskey Tucson ariz., 148.680 Duane i a ter Indianapolis 148.002 Masten Gregory Kansas City mo., 147.517 Chuck Rodee on the sidelines about 275,000 fans watched the Indianapolis 147.197, and Pedro first weekend of the trials. The 18 qualifiers averaged 149.214 Mph compared with 147.330 Mph for the 33 starters ast year. That average and Jones record Speed probably would have been still higher but Gusty winds made High Speed driving hazardous. The winds contributed to five accidents seriously injuring Veteran Jack Turner in a spectacular flip that prompted him to quit racing. None of the other Drivers involved Wras Hurt. Bursts into flames Turner lost control of his roadster coming out of the Northwest turn while practising at a Speed of about 146 Mph sunday. The car rolled Over four times burst into flames and came to rest in the Middle of the track upside Down with Turner Trapp pod in the cockpit until rescuers rushed to the scene. The two time National midget Champion from Seattle wash., suffered a crushed vertebrae and multiple Burns in his third flip Here in three years. Five hours after the crash he announced his retirement. A Novi driven by Jim Hurtubise North Tonawanda. N.y., was saturdays second fastest qualifier at 150.257 Mph and the front Row was completed by Don Branson Champaign ii Vvhs averaged 150.188. It was the first time in five years that a Novi made the Grade and a Hurtubise also eclipsed Jones Best one Lap Mark of last year. But his late afternoon burst of Speed Wasny to enough to catch the californian for the pole. Jones had been clocked at speeds of better than 153 Mph in practice and the wind bothered him too. Last year he led 120 of the first 125 laps before Brake failure threw him Back and he finished the race in seventh place. Foyt second fastest a. J. Foyt Houston Tex., the 1961 race Winner was sundays fastest qualifier at 150.615, second Only to Jones. Last year Only Tipton county Library open ., wed., and Fri. Till 8 00 . C-231 new drive in family hotel fris Parrino a a a in the Boort of exciting new York City. Medora rooms with to air conditioning available. Blag Lea from m double from $9 Samiot Mam Childre under 14, poo Arith adults. Sightseeing tot theatre ticket serve Shoal Brou Bam write for free information i i Ewe ei9 Square Moro hotel forty third St., wast of i Roadway tot a 44900 a Newy Brt so . Rodriguez Mexico City 146.687. Clark Gregory and Rodriguez w Ere the Only �?~�?o500�?� rookies to qualify. Clark and Gurney Are driving British made Lotus cars powered by Ford engines the presence of a Novi in the front Row also Marks the first time since 1952 that a non Offen Hauser powered racer sits tip front. Carter and Gregory Are driving two of the five 8-Cylinder machines entered by Mickey Thompson. 16 attempts unsuccessful sixteen unsuccessful attempts to qualify were made including one by Ward and two by Len Sutton his teammate who finished second in last years Holiday Chase. Rodriguez driving the car which australians Jack Brabham piloted to ninth place in 1961, set a qualifying record for six Cylinder engines. The previous record of 130.138 was set by Jimmy Snyder in 1939. Other accidents involved Gurney Carter Ronnie Duman and Colby Scroggin. Gene Hartley Indianapolis a Veteran of to races Here also announced his retirement. A a they re just going too fast for me a he said. Indianapolis up a tentative lineup for the 500-mile memorial Day Auto race with qualifications to be completed next Weck end first Row Parnelli Jones Torrance calif., 151.153 Jim Hurtubise n. Tonawanda ., 150.257 Don Branson Champaign 111., 150.183 second Row Rodger Ward Indianapolis 149.800 Jimmy Clark Scotland 149.750 Jimmy Mcelreath Arlington Tex. 149.744 third Row Bobbby Marshman Pottstown pa., 149.458 a. J. Foyt Houston Tex., 150.615 continued on Page 6 / v by Ham Rigg in a Wray it is too bad that track this week Lankford will be Tunas a High school sport in in Ning in the Low hurdles and the Diana does no to have to its own Field for that event will be ter Way. If it did the fort Wayne Rifle including Dick Woodbury of a regional last Friday would never Indianapolis Howe who won both have been held for there weren to i regional High and Low hurdles enough spectators in the stands to at tech Jerry Saffel of Laporte even1 the salaries of the of j and Ezzell Smith of Gary Roose finials hired to cover the meet j Volt who ran 1-2 in the Gary meet As it is the Revenue derived from j saturday and Lacey of Columbus football and basketball enables j who won the Linton regional most schools to the Quot Cost of j Saffell ran the fastest Low Hur equipment and transporting their j ies Ever run by a High school boy _ a in United states when he cleared that specially in 18.1 seconds surpassing the 18.3 record set by Edward Moody of Mcclymonds High i school in Oakland California last year. Saffell a Mark will not go into the books As an official record however it came with a 20 cinder quads and once a track meet is scheduled particularly a state meet even a an act of god is hardly sufficient to Force a postponement. There appears to be no consideration for the boys themselves Many of whom have Given four years of tremendous dedication to mile an hour wind at his Back to this most demanding of sports and j help him. With that same wind he yet see All their work and sacrifice j also raced to a 13.7 High hurdles re wasted because a meet is run off j Cord. The significance of what kind under conditions which would i record. The significance of that cause postponement of any other wind May be seen when East Chi event. Cago Washington a Fine sprinter conditions not equal Bernie Rivers raced the 220 in some officials May say a the 20.2 seconds. Rivers time com conditions Are the same for every spares with a 20.8 clocking set the boy a but that simply is not True. Track awards Are intended to go to a the swiftest of foot but there Are boys depending upon whether they Are heavy or slender Long legged or Short Shoppy strides whose Speed completely Nulli same Day by Purdue a Nate Adams in winning the big ten championship. A four mile an hour wind is the limit under which records Are re cognized. Tile Gary wind Figurato a vely picked the boys up and Carr fied by a track one Inch deep in i red them Clown the Straightway. Mud covered by another Inch of we Hope there will be a Good water. I crowd of Tipton fans on hand sat Thor is the ease of Dennie urday to Back Lankford. In Ordin Jones for three years a sub-4 30ary years we Are confident he Miler for Kokomo who saw four j would he the state Champ. He May years of dedication wasted when still be but he is going to face he finished a distance seventh at Competition such As no other state fort Wayne in a race won by the Winner in 4 36.5. We Are taking Champion Ever faced. Win or lose his teammates schoolmates and nothing away from the winners adults supporters can be proud of fridays mud Bath but our i most talented of Tipton Cin Crmen. During his varsity career Lankford has now set school records in Tho too Yard dash Tho Low hurdles the Broad jump and is a member of the fastest half m heart bleeds for the poor kids who have worked so hard for so Ong and deserve at least the Best conditions which it is possible for Tho officials to provide them with. Only a few comparative Miles West officials at Gary where track is mile relay team in the schools history. He deserves my we Are becoming a Way of life found it i sure will receive a nil comp within their conscience to posts Rne it of local Supra it Ven u Pone that regional for another 24 i competes for the state Crown a hours with three All time Indiana j urday. Records feeling established there the following Day. Fast hurdles Field with the Field for next saturday state championship now completed the fastest hurdles Field in the history of Indiana is assured. The Hopes of Tipton and Tipton county will be Riding with Donnie Lankford. Only one county boy has Ever been a state Champion. That was windfalls Dave Osborn who raced to the second fastest 220 Victory Ever run in the state meet. Ross amp Doggett body shop paint Guss amp body repair front wheel alignment 325 e. Adams. Phone 5412% it r 7 my Vii r a v w a ii j j of stunningly styled a Frost proof too. No Frost or defrosting a even in Freezer a flip Quick ice ejector for instant ice service a Ico la. Top Freezer has its own insulated doer. A 2 Rich to you shelves for fingertip selection. Twin produce hydrator fresh meat tender plus egg servers and butter conditioner on the storage door a Frigidaire dependability too Model Fpi-14t-63 13.86 . It. 4 colors or while Model rm-14t s3 in. 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