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rillI.ADKI.rHIA H'PI Quiet,
soft spoken and mild mannered
was his trademark, even when the
slings and arrows of disappoint
ment dug deeest.
Quiet, soft spoken, mild man
nered, with modesty added, is his
trademark now, with his most
successful season in six years ra
He is Steve Sebo. who was
named today the United Press In
ternational football Coach of the
Week the same likeable little guy
ho sweated out the disillusion
ment at the University of Penn
sylvania in the dreary days when
Penn stripped its football of any
vestige of power bending back
ward to Ivy League demands.
He is the Coach of the Week
becauso his road-back team, un
beaten, untied, unscored on, up
set Princeton Saturday, 18-0, one
short week after it topped defend
ing Ivy champion Dartmouth.
The two victories over the co
favorites for the Ivy title followed
a shutout triumph over Lafayette.
the first season since IMS that
Penn won its first three games
while blanking its opponents, and
boomed the Quakers to the fa
vored position in the championship
Characteristically, in the cam
pus delirium at the flying start,
a composed Sebo handed out the
praise to everyone else. He ticked
them off on his fingertips in the
Only One Dodger Picked
For National All -Stars
NEW YORK (CPU Wally
Moon, who staged a fine come
back after a 1958 flop, was the
only member of the world cham
pion Los Angeles Dodgers named
today to the United Press Inter
national's 1959 National League
The 24-man committee, made
up of three baseball experts from
each city, in the league, selected
four members of the second-place
Milwaukee Braves, two stars each
from the San Francisco Giants
and Cincinnati Reds and one Chi
cago Cub to round out a 10-man
squad. The team boasts two 21
same winners and a .309 team
Selected from the Braves were
catcher Del Crandall, slugging
third-baseman Ed Mathews, bat
ting champ Hank Aaron and
pitcher Lew Burdette. Outfielder
Willie Mays and 2l-game winner
Sam Jones were picked from the
Giants, first-baseman rrank Hob-
NEW YORK (UPIi Counsel
James P. Fusscas of the New
York State Athletic Commission
today began drawing up specific
charges of misconduct aimed at
revoking within two weeks the li
censes of three principals in the
mobster-financed Johansson - Pat
tcrson fight promotion.
Fusscas is acting upon orders
contained in the commission's
preliminary decision Tuesday
Rosensohn Enterprises, Inc.
which promoted the June 26 fight
wherein Ingcmar Johansson of
Sweden won the world heavy
weight crown from Floyd Patter
son, and which has a return-bout
Bill Rosensohn, former, presi
dent of 'Rosensohn Enterprises.
who admittedly borrowed $10,000
from mobster Tony Salerno and
allegedly arranged for $75,000
credit, apparently from Salerno.
Cus D'Amato. manager of
Patterson, who allegedly tried to
perpetuate control of the title by
hand-picking managers for chal
lengers, and who allegedly acted
as an undercover promoter.
"The charges will be served as
soon as possible." said Fusscas.
"We want to clean up the whole
thing within two weeks."
Bob Michaels of Portland de
feated John Shepherd of La Grande
in an exhibition bowling match at
Uie Blue Mt. Lanes last night.
Michaels rolled a 580 series to
Shepherd's 560. Shepherd defeated
Michaels in the first game 213-209
but lost the last two. Shepherd had
213-172-175 games and Michaels
rolled 209-183-188 games.
"More than 40 persons watched the
nlatch that started at 10:20 p.m.
ir.son and second-baseman John
ny Temple were the Reds select
ed and shortstop Ernie Banks was
the Cub honored.
Robinson and Orlando Cepcda
of the Giants finished with 10
votes each in the balloting for
first base but the tie was re
solved in favor of Robinson be
cause he also received five votes
as an outfielder.
Jones and Burdette compiled
identical 21-15 records and each
pitched four shutouts. Each of the
eight regulars played in at least
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145 games, only one batted loss
than .300 and they totaled 248
homers or an average of 31
apiece for the season.
The complete voting position-by-
Catcher: Del Crandall. Braves
i2H, Smokey Burgess. PiAites
12'. Ed Bailey, Reds i.
First-Baseman: Frank Robin
son, Reds, and Orlando Cepeda
Giants (10 each I, Joe Cunning
ham, Cardinals 2i, Joe Adcock.
Braves and Gil Hodges, Dodgers
(1 each i.
Second-Baseman: Johnny Tern
pie. Itcls 15i. Charlie Ncal
Dodgers (8, Don Illasingamo
Shortstop: Ernie Banks, Cubs
(2.11, .kihnny Logan. Braves M)
Third-Baseman: Kd Mathews.
Braves MB, Ken Boycr, Cardi
Outfielders: Hank Aaron
Braves and Willie Mays, Giants
(2.1 each i, Wally Moon, Dodgers
(loi, Robinson. Reds and Vada
Pinson, (5 cachi, Joe Cunning
ham, Cardinals (4), Gus Bell
Reds a-id Duke Snider, Dodgers
Pitchers: Sam Jones. Giants
(21'. Lew Burdette. Braves M2i.
Warren Spjlin, Braves 9 Elroy
Face, Pirates and Johnny Anto
nelli. Giants '3 cachi.
James E. Chapman
In College Play
WHITMAN COLLEGES, Walla
Walla (Special' James Lloyd
Chapman, son of Mr. and Mrs
Lloyd Chapman, I.ostine. and a
1958 graduate of La Grande High
School, is included in the cyst of
Turning Point" here.
The one-act play, written by
Frances Copeland Stickles of Seat
tle, is one of three original one act
plays by Northwest writers with
themes bused on a phase of history
relating to Whitman College
CUSS AND KICK
GREENSBORO, N C. IT1'-
Guilford County Agent Willurd
Kimbrey today said his expert
advice for homeowners whose
lawns are infested with toadstools
is to "cuss and kick."
Kimbrey said the effect of the
cussing is doubtful, but the only
alternative until dry weather
comes is to kick the toadstools
JONESBORO, HI. (CPU The
Jonesboro area is expected to be
overrun by love smitten ducks.
geese, crows and raccoons this
Not content with holding the
state duck, goose and crow-
calling contest here, wildlife offi
cials also scheduled the first na
tional coon-calling contest.
NEW YORK STOCKS
NEW YORK UTI Strength
in tobaccos and weakness in steels
today featured an irregular slock
The steel situation weakened
that group ami brought some de
clines into the rails (Ids drilled
lower. Electronics lost heavily
Motors for the most jurt ruled
Gains in the tobaccos ranged
to more than a point in I u illanl,
Liggett & Myers, and American
Losses in the steels rang il t
more than 2 ioints m Yuu :'siuui:
Sheet &: Tube and l.ukens
Electronics issues n gistoivd
losses running to more than 4
points. Rails declined fractions to
more than a point in Northern
Chemicals eased moderately
Vick rose more than a inunt in
the drugs. American Home Prod
ucts fell 4 points. Oils receded
from fractions to more than 2
points in Amerada Alcoa fell 3 in
'give credit" department the
team, his assistant coaches, their
assignments, their spirit.
"It's a combination of everyone
a stay-together effort to get the
job done. There's a close feeling
among ourselves. No one is try
ing to be the star," Sebo ob
I'OHTI.WI) l TP ifSDAI
Cattle L'VI; m (,-d steers or heif
ers ottered billowing Tuesday's
2.i-"itk- lime trade, part load mix
ed good choice :i;:, n.-i l. .steers
Tuesday '.!i ') l7 T: culler- utility
steers ai d h iters today Mi - 21;
canncr cutler co-a s i 1 1:1
(ilcs Inn: v.,o, t hon e e,ilcrs
2JI X!: utility -i.in.l.ii.l In 21.
Hogs 1(1. hoteliers to 2."ic lower
but sous to sne higher; 1 and 2
hiitche- s I., : - 1 . Ml; ni xed 1. 2
and 3 lols .-,. MIWS .12..h.
Sheep .Mi,i: :,1 - head lot high
good choice I and 2 M'lt lambs
18 2"; good No 2 j. 17 50; uood
ehoice loe.lor lamhs tij-IW II). 15
lli 50: cues ' Ml .,.
CHICAGO (IPD -Cash grain:
Wheat: 1 yellow 20.
Corn: 1 yellow 112; 1 yellow
lake billing 111; 2 yellow lV't;
3 yellow lake billing 107; 4 yellow
105'4; 4 yefloy lake hilling Wi;
5 yellow lake billing 97; sample
grade yellow ccc ino.
Oats: 2 heavy white 75; 1 extra
heavy white 73u.
Rye: 2 plump 141 ';N.
Barley: Malting 115-liiN; feed
Soybeans: 2 yellow SU'jN, track
PORTLAND l TPl)airy mar
Eggs To tetalcrs: Grade A A
extra large. 51 ..vie; AA large. 47-
4!ic: A large. 4,Mi,c; A A medium
:ill-4dc: AA .small, 2K-2tlc; cartons
Ilulter To relaile-s: A A and
grade A prints. 7iic lb.; carton,
lc higher; II prints. ii!k
Cheese (medium cured' To re
tailers: A grade chetldar single
daisies, 4151c: processed Ameii
cail cheese, 5 ih loaf. 4o-43c.
m-wci: 11111: 1 nun ikii 11:
This no M - . 111. .mil i' nil,
no 1 -ill V a.-.-i 11- si,,,s twice
Wekl. '" 1 ! in,,- weekly
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In ancient Greece, cryp
tography the art ol writing
messages that could be read
only by persons knowing a
certain secret was very pop
ular. The earliest forms of
cryptograms used a strip of
parchment wound around a
stafT in spiral form with the
edges meeting. Tho message
was written along the line
formed by the joining of the
spiral of parchment. It was
then unwound and sent to an
other person who could read
it only after rewinding it in a
spiral on a like stall. I
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ALL-NEW. SEE IT TOMORROW
Excitingly re-styled, the all-new Edsel
brings a new standard of value to
the low-price field. In looks, luxury, room and ride
Edsefs the new-value car for 1960.
See it at your Edsel dealer's now.
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Edsel has a fresh spirited look.. . reflects
your up-to-date good taste. Nifty handling,
too. For riding comfort and parking
ease, you can't beat this beauty.
In town or on the turnpike, Edsel does
what you please . . . and likes it.
New low prica: Edttl Rtngar Convtrtibl
You start saving the instant you buy. Edsel's priced right down with
many models of Chevrolet, Plymouth and Ford. You save by the mile . . .
choice of engines that run on regular gas. Edsel's a miser on
maintenance. And you get, as standard equipment, Jmportant
features that cost many dollars extra in other cars.
Save at your Edsel dealer's.
tdstl Villager S-Passtnger Station Wagom
big, beautiful, budget right
NEW OO WITH NCW INOINI LINK-UP
Three new advance-design engines.
Choose from V-8's or Six engineered
for power and economy. And you pick
from three transmissions. You're sure
to get the one that just fits your driving.
NEW COMFORT WITH ROAD-POISE RIDE
An exclusive with Edsel. New longer rear
spring for a softer ride. Improved ball
joint front suspension for greater handling
ease. New wide-span tread for road
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NEW LUXURIOUS, ROOMY INTERIORS
Front door openings are almost a foot
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fabrics styled to go with Edsel's new
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