The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 13, 1957, Page 10, Image 10

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    KKSec. II) Statesman,
Pancho in
By ED CORR1GAN
rnorcr umc vv 1.1. i
runboi aajs ...., ... -
?TUII Jlri?-Jack Kr.m
..willing camprt or Jack Kram-
an Tenrnaineal al ( hampiaas
peas ea Ihc polishes, turf of the
peas
Wnl Side Tenais flub tomorrow.
Paacko nndiiputod king
the tennis am - capitulated ia
hit erosa-eoantry argument with
Kramer loaight and decided to
hep a mldnUhl plane in Los An-
gelet that would ret him here
with a couple 0 hourt to spare
before the first match at 1 p.m.
ESTK
Goarales. who ha been hattlin
Kramer for months, was not
happy al the Ihoufht of plavint.
s,ia f.
"1 can t beat down mv attornrv
Stoneham
To Testify
Pro Ball Hearings to
Resume Wednesday
WASHINGTON July 12 -The
House antitrust subcommittee to
day listed President Horace Stone
ham of the New York Giants as
a witness for next Wednesday,
when it resumes hearings on pro-,
fessional learn sports
If the subcommittee follows the
precedent set when the Brooklyn
Poc'S'TS affairs were More it.
Stoneham will (ace intensive ques
tioning rn prospects cf moving the
Giants to San Francisco and the
part c!osed-tircuit pay television
might play in such a move
Dodger President Walter 0 Mal
Icy was qunzed closely on hu
flubs situation two weeks ago.
No Deeisioa Yet
The National League has grant
ed permission for the Giants to
shift to San Francisco and the
Dodgers to Lc Angeles, if they
desire to do so and make the
move together. Both Stoneham
and 0 Malley say they haven't yet
decided what to do
Matthew M. Fox. president of
Skiatron TV, Inc . has been called
to testify next Thursday Skiatron
is the company with which the
Dodgers have been negotiating
Rep Price 'Dill 1 and Fred
eric V Johnson New York lawver
who has pleaded baseball lawsuits
and studied the rel.-'t.nn n( anil
trust laws to sporl. also arc listed
to testify Wednesday
Others Ta Appear
In addition to fox Arthur
Mann, sports analyst and lormer
baseball executive, and Arnold
Johnson-, president of the Kansas
City Athletics, are scheduled to
appear on Thursday
Witnesaes railed lor Fridav are
.a 1 1 1 it.
J'r
vnarirMun wirnaiiiH s m tmii
i s -j Unrnirsa
Ivan ASisn . irs. osws iiuioo'a.
former minor league player
The subcommittee said it will
beg n hearing, on pro'esional
football the following week
Arcaro Eyes
Win Today
HLWKI J .miy li ev-
Mrs Ian Burke, dedicate with
K"die Arrs'0 replacing Rill Bo-
land in the saddle, take, on eight
rivals, including two who have
,nf
beaten him this season
in
llnnnno added Monmouth Hsndi
tan tomorrow
Sine her.es were entered todav
(or the season . richest race at
Monmouth Prk The I s r g r s 1
crowd n( the season aho il 30 Iski
is ejpected at the seashore track
Dedicate with Boland up in
ished aatcnnel to Traffic .ludae in
the Metrerelitan Handicap a n d
th,-d behind Traffic ludge and
Ixifty Peak n the .nhurban at
rte'rrorrt Park
Artaro rode Traf'ic ludtfe to
hoih s 'cinries aod torre ortservers
thm.aht Roland ituilti h.. nh
, . . , . . , , ...
lee eo 'n h rifiinf 'actic n the
S'lhtjrhan R u t Roland cleared
r'.dd'e of ail h.anw?
Midget Baseball
TV SstHjlhrn and ir-,rrn loop,
f the F p bavcha: program
fn( their fid-sf taf "t1 ?rt nr f- "
dav ind M!Tir )'rwt h;'t i nf
a lid Dikhf tf'4 tne polt'ght
In !V Nortrtrn cirruM ' H
B"rirk Vedgf fiindd ' f
Rifhnvnd Rofk Ua h; r
R tr WV'f S,,f r-( ,
V4 d'Kn Pf f W IwhiRglrTfl
Hv a' r'fKcr W "I HsVljr h-f
thr Hflme' ; p t SeTjth-1 r rt
die 4"-f a ring's r r i atv,a
l"l I '.IJletr ' ' "inl
and flV Hi-t 1 rr irwlrt ner
Kfn Nf-H.nak' "' f Rr't; i
fannd i ' ;vf E-i,. ibir f
th( li1 rmf .!.!' H.j' s -"
lev hit r - -inm" 'or ' rsf
HndfF f ' niP'"H a '
tit hit leann --r h '
rtrrut bio n -wld'fv r
IT MU r!'""4 s sff ''
wifh Hodgr an-i Mm- R-n" -the
IMxati a rfmit, u.r tvhi
0 the fftnkeoijtn
A pair M triple and a i.r.g
by Catcher mih gmd for x
Ual laa (.lann Tr-rtn.
U fh is aver r,-yj.;ar. I.
MeCalliter hit a tUTeerur, -some-
Salem, Ore., Sat, July 13, '57
Tourney,
I if1 everyoae else, se I'm geiag
bark."
i i i J -.i
fstraamea. "-
Ua,
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t , . . ....
year. Thea. he complained thai
v ... irvin. i o.,i ki.
.... ,k.' ......... Tk.i
kp ud wmd d,
Kp ' , ,, w..,
m f rnlralnell mtn u, Ga-
Mlfi h t rhal),f ,f He
B0 ,ry (4 fc-f (h, (rt ,hj(
hj Joy it,mmrt .trj,., frem ,
bu,in, .tandpolnt and that he
would aot have a brass band wall-
i, u jrrel Panch.
Pinche s playinf will be food
r the taurnameat." he said,
He's bealea everyone and there's
no denying that we d be serloasly
Sets Mark
-
lJ4
Jk
PRAGUE, Cieehoslovakla,
July 12 Stanlslav Jung
wirth. Czech runner, who
reportedly smashed t h e
1.500 mark Friday in a
time of J:3fU. IAP Wire
photo to The Statesman.)
Czech Star
Tops Mark
It'Mtiaued Irani reeeellg page)
"vs and Ireland in 3 41 2 Jung
ttirfh ixx f 1 mH in 1 i" fi
nrth ,e fw - me came
r -
....
on T 74 nonrs atler inree romnara-
" - -- - -- -. -
nseiv ,:.b, F,o,h run.er.
all raced under the I 'UK) meter
world mark at Aaoo, Finland, the
famous track where I.andv set the
present world mile m.irk Olavi
Salsnla did .1 40 2 Olav Salonen did
the same time hut was placed
second, and niau Vunri.alo did
3 4d 3
Kaal Karlv Pace
. rnmpanson ot the inters 11
limes nf Jungwirth with those
j .. . . .. ...
"'"" " ,a"" vrvrroav ov me
f mn 'hf,vs ,n" -'ungwirth set a
"rh Pr' nrt ,h" 'i"""1
own in me unii quarter l ne
F nn did I lor the m com-
p-ed in .lunjwirth s 'v4 9 1 "i7 H
lo- the soo rreier. a (''mpared In
.l.ing,rth s : s4 I nd 7 T for
the ; im as compared lo Jun
w Tth 3 '4
Tosliis .J,ngw.r,h niosrrt ntjt
n
f'or1 m the f.r.l lew .trirtes and
o'jintamefl the lean os er n1. tour
risais all the way He appeared to
h' "n lh' l'r' " rniiP" ' ,h
r IK r.n.l mo t
1 " ' o I.,,,,, .,.
nhir ( ret h Zvloleo 'jr.'
in 3 4fl 1
The Hmjstka siatljuin track is
worr' I tntl Zai.pe, lamed l zee h
tr p e gold merlal winner in the
. , .
''2 f lympir did hu training
jr.2irlh 'II hvr Kn -hanrp n
'.. o Mer 1 or'1 tiun mark
r- i ' F'ida n h' in l,ond'n Hf
wi.l jn n ir,'atinr mile f e
addd aftrtior in the I,nn
' n w (irfc r k rr.i r
I ; n 2 i r ' h ffn-onent
1 'nr
iai
...
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r.ATTl.f t.m HfXll.
i'IS(IV4T: I llv 2 Toe
, D , j
(.ne,nn.ti RedUgs todav an
nouoi eo atBntns ' vPve- Watiun
a .r ti k.'t I (,ts r.akt
aorte' in a (ontra't tr s
Seit.r Wa.n 'arm rluh of the
I'a i'tr f nis' yal'je
ana".. f v, " t
J
Ty Going Home to Georgia . . .
Racing Majors' Threat
In West, Avers Cobb
luh 12 t
( - ,en' a Pea' r
se-. r, 're son so ird e- dixkl
desrend'rf on a 0""d the faint
q j a i a a 'nrsa - a.
; . r j nas 'n mi hr te hu
a' e ,t. e
peep.nr.g I.
" ' ""' "' ' 'e-e 'he
ra.! fi seari the greatest
a ''.fi-ijS', ei 'S P-4(f'
, , rga k - t' - - -
' n " - i
!yw w e rf , K . a '- arrfi
TV- ipsh Vf
Ho ad Faces Pro Test
hampere.! withae. Mm."
S. Ik teg-awaJte4 Gaeiilet
I UJ akaaaUaB flaiallv tart
Hm' "
Wimble efc.mpla.iUa. la a
...mMj k i...
,, ... iim i ...r.
week lar Htt.tM far Iwa years.
Sn mw ta naeaa uewl Gaa-
..u. Bui Tea. Trabert. Fraak
Seoimaa. Paaeha Septra aa4 Ke.
Rowwall. Dikay Paili. the aa.
Auatrallaa chamakM. wl
bumped by Goaxales' appearaaee.
K.,mer, kimaelf. will play doablei,
tMmag with Head,
Here, tkea. la the flaal baeap
aa the first day's play:
Trabert ts. lUaewall. Seafmaa
vs. Host aad Gaaiales and Rave-
wall vs. Seaura aad Palls.
The tearaameat will ran thraufk
aest Sanday with Meaday a a d
Arlington
Event Set
Hartack May Mount
Favored Iron Liege
CHICAGO. July 12 i-Spunky
Bill Hartack. his body taped up
like a mummy, jogged around
Arlington Park's stable area today
! on a pony and insisted his injured
j back felt good enough for him to
rtde Iron Liege in , tomorrow's
Sim oon added Arlington classic.
"As of now I feel pretty good
and I am quite sure I'll ride in
the classic," said the Calumet
Farm contract rider who leads the
nation s jockeys with IKS winners
j 1 f.ii a little pain when I got
I f f ,W- U..(.b
on iiij 011 uir uu. . iin
added "But it wasn't bad at all
when I was riding."
Jimmy Jones. Calumet trainer,
said if Hartack wants to ride Iron
Uege he certainly can go ahead
and do it
Leaves HoipiUI
Hartack was released from St.
Joseph Hospital in nearby Elfin
in the afternoon He had been, un
der treatment since Wednesday
when he was thrown from his
mount in a spectacular spill at
Arlington Park A wing' on a
vertebra in the small of his back
was fractured
Iron Liege, coupled with Bar
bizon. a powerful Calumet entrv.
will be challensed in the classic
mile by u other sprightly 3-vear-nld
Hartack will kie hi. iniurv a
thorough tet in tomorrow 1 first
race He 1. to he armard On Tour
II everything goes satisfactorily he
insists he will be on Iron Liege
seeking his ISlh stakes triumph of
the season
g.rwj,., ijat
Meanwhile the Calumet entry
sponger backing after
par v irurrnina wru-iruiia urn ifin
'
2-year-old champw, turned in
S nvl lrl1 in blIln
"ndtly 'It matched Citation,
tr,ck rpcord lrnn 'lege breeied
th distance m 59 4 -3
Frr" W HooPr (,rffl( fl,n"
mnrr la,! f,r Arlington
n, na.snmgion rars ruturities.
i the classic darkhorse In the re-
t em seven lurlonis srmour he
as healen in the final jump by
Iron l.iese
Mso figuring high are Mrs
.....
-urie rvano s t :em winner nf the
Shevlin and Withers mile, and
Uu" Haggin II. Manleaa,
son 01 l itatioo wl h imoressive
triumphs in the Domino and Ohio
Derhv
. . ,
jfeiflke S TrUCKC'S
To Play Mt. Angel
The Slemkr Truckers of Salen s
'un or 1 lajrue will pta v the
Mi Angel luniors in a I JO p m
''i'" .Sunt, ( Ml
stemke . i-n.hl k.. B r .. .
. ... ,.u 7 oi us r
iKiams and M' Angel hv Willie
of a seriei hetween the two teams
and i. an annual affair
American League
kip ei
'if ': Wl 2 1"
rt'-f frvel
nrt Thnmp
.
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ne
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Mfiml R a He-ta 1 r r- Ut Iharna ?,
r.'.o t Kama
r, ., ,. nnj i no 11 a (41
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to Ar.
rf
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' ' rf 'he ''wigtvest ompetltaoa) ta
the 'Id Ine ' a.e
fhJt he-e n I aiilorr,. -he
rrft'srs - jp a:mris! run msiousiT
len a Uo An(t:as the Hel1)
ewie M lie IMar Nan LUeeo
track. n far aimewl the ee,re
oasena', aeatoa from Mas
'' ' tV h4i4Haj! fnmi
. .f I A VP'' 'fT n
tr'r Wn F'm ' fi
ltW " "esV tW I
l ,f-m0 hritfcinf frV ipnri
IFrMay as fm 4a tea la eats W
'rail. II will be a rt.v-rita a-
11 fair mwrm laA ml
"7 a4ber !. Tha wl.aer al
(be siagles gets tt.Mt.
t.. ....... ..el . a.ku. a,...
k. kuu a.. -.i
beesi achHulH ary 4ay eseept
aae wkea laert will ae Ikrii
tl.flea.
j U4, al eewrse, la a Mf al-
traetkm. batriag slgaeel with the
Kramer meaaf far tlU.Mt far
Iwa years a day after be waa
the Wlmbledaa UUa tar the aeeaad
stral(ht year.
"I "rare I have t pall la
Mt.tM al the (at to break evea.
r
said Kramer. "I know h)
(amble. Other pre toaraameets
! here hare failed, but I'm wilttaf
to Uke a chaaee. Wt aave Iwa
weekends that will help."
2 -WHAT FAMOUS
PRCrVVJTKW
csuorrED WITH
HAVING MADE ,
BOXING FASHIONABLE
ROCKY
MAROANO foucwt
MOttE THrVi HALF Of HIS
TITLE BOUTS WITH TWO
MN. WHO WERE THEY
n
f
Ioc Waleelt Hd Eszaral
rv,,rn Marelaaa Mtd
eat. o( then, twice I. a
conat for fear of his icrea
title ArbCs. He m,M only three
ther men, each a siael.
Hue, aad bucked) oat ail
three.
t Tex RiekarsL On (
lickartt'i bi prometioai
aiB( this line wis tb Beiay
Leaurd-KJehle Mitchell hg
la 121, sUged as a relief
benefit at Madlsoa Square
tiarden. Important peaple
luraet nut hy the th indt
ta witness the match and sup
port the chain.
Meadows
Entries:
HaMu'-rla v. Julv IS 1M7. immI iima
1 30 p m
, , MM ,
T)rt rn-a- claim. DurM PMO 4 y o
. j
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"' Peiio .Shermam .
Z kJ'TiJZT'
nn Oat, H.d.Uo,
RuTMe'pUi,''
Bill H.n . McH.Vnold.i
Chi,.!.ir .Know lee.
in
in
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117
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and up i mi.
Vaiiev v.n . Sharpeosiemi
1(17
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Plea.. Itiiah 'Hunt
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n ind tip hit ong
Iptcfmmt patton 1 ,
Wf rry Mi if Dixon
Miu Surcfii 'T'inihin( Iff
f-nldnni D Or rXintin .
-'p-P-Jv 1 Hopkins '
Mn'v ;ir 'Hum
( Ir-Min Phillip.
12
'21
1 '2
"'"'' M""n Htdaifi
111
Court
Dirs .0n
fjtf rlan
Htstnejs HoIIv ' Dt.on i
ill
117
111
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Mi,i4 Apfrr.l itarli
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122
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lathe t mpa 'Mrf.evi.nld.,
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117
ia
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r ' fin
n nd up I f .riant!
f .n n R .nv MrDnwiT'
lUltUl l(r RntH-
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mis hunfj Thillip
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I
117
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122
1
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111
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Surala- J Phillip.
Ttietlsort Oal Ceewin,
Af I i Hidallo
(bio- S'lit 'Prut.'
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Ill
tirvin fanvoo Tranrhtm
III
122
On tn Sail Dtenn
!. 'ie Suo V.Sevnotd.
Ma'rnin Suss flnee
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kni- Prim 0 H'4 - r-n
Keth a Mt'r- i Aljfr
Apn Me Ptvr(n
urvin4 r't'i pw
Who I Hnr H'fganr fig.
Mo ftkeiy i Kive.t'
Mar Kf t Dt
r h r v ..t.,
Itltr 1 . - a -11 , r Steve
nrf
th f.tei HO I-
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Giles Orders No More
Brawls, Fines Given 4
Cincy, Redleg Players Assessed
$100 Each as Aftermath of Scrap
Br CLAUDE WOLFF
CINCINNATI. July 11 (v-Preident Warren C. Giles of the Na-
UoM LM(U today fined four Cincinnati and Brooklyn players $100
eacn ,or ht'i brawl in Brooklyn and said he would not tolerate
""J mor flghtlac en the baseball's
Bayer Nabs
Links Lead
Giant Swinger Tops
Mark in Canuck Go
KITCHENER, Ont . July 12 in-
Giant George Bayer broke Uie
j course record at Westmount Golf
-club today with a 7-under par 84
after three rounds of the $25,000
Canadian Open.
j The 240-pound slugger, who hits
the ball farther than any other
'man. blistered the course he had
ridiculed only two days ago as
"one of the worst I've ever
played." Bayer has a three-day
total of 202, eleven strokes better
than par and three ahead of Bill
Casper Jr. of Bonlta. Calif
,Ki.
For Bayer it was
straight sub-par round and put him
. j ..;. iii ki.
. . .s. hs-,.., m.u ,.lhf a(f(r or itj jU
First ma tor tmirnamunt virlnrv ml. , K ...
t.r Imir Irii.lr.lin. -onH r.l,r.
Li ,1. 1. 1
Casper Hat
Casrier todav fired his third con-
secutive oar breakins round ' H 1 k , u "' 0C,alM I Lambs-Spring, choice - prime,
secutive par oreamng rou; , -occurred in the fifth inning 40 oo-43 oo eood all wt. 00
shooting a for a 54 hole total Pjtcher s.nrk ,n(i CMiam ! Z T - ,00d' 1 1 X 0
of 205. The final round to deter-
(mine the 3.500 top pr.ie will be
Pa'M tomorrow over West-
mMnt' , M '"V0"' hch ply
,0 a iy3n p"
C, T
jaleiTIS I 2K6
I -r I .
ju- victory
I CMtiaaed tram precediag page)
last time he faced them, and des-
pite giving only two hits in eight
innings. Lybeck was the winner in
mat one too.
Reliefer Ken Fnrlohl si a hashoH
. u
for three more runs in the second
an a walk, a catcher's mlrrlrrence
call on Larry .Segovia and singles
by C. Bauer and Karl Kuehl. plus
an error in the oultield.
I Enright got the worst of a lour-
mn Salem fifth inning also, on a
1 couple of walks around an error,
I Bobby Campbell's single and Harv
' Koepf's double.
Tttu rv Da U.I.
inai was all me nconng tor Sa-
, . . . .
Um wsfi it u eta ariAiink dacnila
aillVJ li 4a Ulltiull UTr9piaac
" " h'llin Lybeck got
Three double plays by his infield
helped Lybeck survive would-be
outbreaks in the early going, and
he also helped himself by not walk-
ina a .inale hatter Thii uat th
- - --- --
second straight game in which Ly-
beck gave no free passes
n-.k I ll i L' i s.j
omn lampnii ana ivoepi nan
Ik k.t. ( C.l.. I O
siiis-t niss iso osiinii, mist niuri
nau two cnucs r.ison. Moreci ana
Phillips each had three for the
Yak? while Keny Wilcox and-new
third baseman Hank Bayless . a
colored six-footer, had a pair
apiece
Thf rum play doubleheader
herf Saturday and Sunday nights.
Perseverance:
Salem l 111
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in v.kima
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I7j ' SVacrtfued for Micha
Sie
Vakma
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diamond
I Don Hoak and RauJ Sanchez of
the Cincinnati fledlegs and Junior
Gilliam and Charley Neal of the
Dodgers were the men punished.
Moak. wno said he would get
Neal in the ball park or outside.
was given a special warning by
that any revival of the incident
whether it be on the field or oft
the field, will be considered a seri-
ous offense and dealt with accord
ingly," Giles told Hoak.
"You owe it to vourself and vnnr!" ' on evisceraiea Dasu.
ciub not to revive the incident.
j ,,.
T.l u . i i
tcirKiiiis io rain ot me lour
players most active in the fight
ing in the seventh inning last
night, also warned against any
peat performances
"For your part in the melee
Lbbetts Field last night you are
fined the sum of $100, payable at
league office prior to lame time
July 17." Giles advised each man.
Such actions are not a nart nf
, (he game, are not helful to what
iii Rauir ,-ssaiius isn , anu are not
to he engaged in Any revival of
" mor' 5"rr,,y
i A preliminary to the seventh
'he players of both teams partici-
the players of both teams partici-
paled either trying to break it
rniiiiH n. tk. i,r.-t k.. i,.
,ht Dodger was being tagged The
ball dropped out 'of Sanchez s
hand.
Gilliam Hits Dirt
In the seventh, Gilliam had to
hit the dirt to get away from one
cf Sanchez s pitches. He then
u icu iu uum anu urc imo aancnei
suieneoiegnunerraceaoiiine
mound to field the ball, which
went foul.
They both went down with arms
and legs flailing Just when it
seemed that things had quieted,
Neal clipped third baseman Hoak.
nuaa wrm uown Dill was up QUICK-
v and after the Rrnokivn short,
. .
sl(,P Ken after Neal was in the
dug""!. Hoak tried to get to him.
hl" calmer players held hm hack
Jl"i hf wa h" ,r'
m
He declared he was hit Irom he-
HnaK Neal. t.iiiiam and Sanchci
"ere thrown out of the game.
Cornell Boat
Faces Test
Ll'ZKRN. SwiUerland. July 12
- Cornell I'niversilv s unbeaten
rowing eight stakes its reputation
r.
r,utcn .-j Sw1, cr.w, an
.
ternationai rowing regalia here
tnmorrow lrKi Sunday
-s - si ...
i n. I nriw 1 1 rnuprs irnsn mm
,hfr VC,ory s,r thf RUssiar at
Hen ev sel l me a hoal rwirroskpH
(rnm ,hf Swiss Their own shell is
fn rout(, hark to the I S
Stocks Soar
:To 1957 High
NKW VflllK. July 12
- The
stock market sls;ed a
ate ra'ly
looay ano cosen out ine wees at
a new 1957 high
The ma-kel s advance as mean-
. J s... T-s. .. rs- .a
urt-ti nv I nr assik'iihi r.n, hi
Itork atprifl aoVta-o l. hilltnrs
average added 1
ffol Ar. ln tha. minlawt ulna nf
ock issues listed on the New
York Slock Kxrhangr
n. ,.,... ... ,k. k
" ' " .ss..kr
amounieo in a neity 2 zso mn
shares drspi'e a half hour sttspen-
, , . . .
"lon 'fading during an air raid
alert Yesterday 2 Mfl IWS1 ..hares
.rf 'r'M
-sippis ana motor, sei tne pate
Hils metals and some rhemi
sals also linnhed on the upside
hi! aire rafts ete depressed to
lnf pnfl
., ,,.. ,. , .
tssh a'efl t ress
SOstotk average i up ll on
Irotn the das hefore and al a new
n,Sn ,OT tor tniro urrte mas
week
Sf0ck. and Bonds
Ieape4l My Te A.uwtatee Pre.,
Jals 1 1
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ii
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Markets it i Glance
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Portland Produce
PORTLAND - Butterfat
Tnlit siihUot t a immediate
change Premium quality, deuv
ered in Portland, 80-M cents
lb; first quality, 57-60; second a j
quality, 52-55.
Butter-Wholesale, fob. bulk Aluminum , .w .
cubes to wholesalers Grade AA, Am rjn
93 score, 5fHi ; A grade. 92 score, Am i ym
sm: B grade, 90 score, 57. Am Moinr
C grade. 9 acore. 55.
Cheese-To wholesalers-Oregon
singles, 41-4 lb; Oregon 5-lb loaf.
43lv53'i.
Eggs To retailers Grade
large, 47-48; A large. 42-44.
medium. J9-40: A medium, 37-39;
A small, n-28. Cartons. 1-3 cents
additional.
Eggs To producers AA large.
issmu- a lane. 3t-Wi.
! medium, Jl-33i,; A small. 21-24i.
mtTySo. , quallty.
r.k n .l-J i A IKt
1 S3: light hens, 9-11 at farm:
heavy hens, 12-13 at farm; old
roosters, 7-9.
- 1 eys-io proaucer-L 1 v e
I'1"' ,rrfr- joum hens
Live whites, 3,-44 lbs, 23-26; col
ored pelts 4 cents less; old does,
I H-1 1 , ., k,k E-Pk k.tu.4
uiKim . ricsii biu
- tryers to retailers, 59-64; cut
, 2-5
re - 1 Wool Nominal, clean basis,
(blood, 1 15-H; blood. 1 25-27;
at; blood. 14M5; fine, 1 45-55.
Wholesale Dressed Meats
Beef carcasses Steers, choice
J
500-700 lb, 40.00-41.00; good, 38 50-
40.00: standard. 35 00-38 M: com
1 mercial cows. 29.00-34 00; utility,
1 kstj us,, sainicis anu susiiris.
27 00-31 00
Beef cuts "choice steers '-Hind
quarters. 4 00-52 00. rounds 45 00-
41100: full loins, trimmed. tX 00-
fnrpniiartprs
33 00-35 00
chucks, 35 00-37 00,
53 00.
chucks, 35 00-37 00. ribs, 47 00-
J9.1IU.
carcasses-Shipper style
: ""-"" w I
Pork cuts Loins, choice.
lb.
54O0-5I00; shoulders. IS lb,
1 1i AA.TT OA snsr.rih. SO OA.
down, 34 00-37 00; sparerib.e, 50 0(V
&M'- 'resh hams, 12-16 lb. 4 00-
52 00.
Slab bacon All wts. 53O0-2 00.
1 vea 4na calves Good-choice,
.il wts. S5.00-4S 00 standard
32 00-40 00.
I
rresk Prodnce
Onions Wash. Yellows. 50 lb sk,
med, 2 25-50; lge. J 50-75; Calif.
Whit.. IK.UI v .ll 111 km
Whites, 3 25-50; Yellow. 2 25-30.
Pnlalmrlif Inns Uhil.
inn tk .l k . . -c . M ..... .
iw ln 9H , nrsi, j ij-i ii lair, j jo-
jo- torcl mark. 450-5 00: No. 2.
j 50.75. pftui niarks, 2 75-85
u..hino,B ,.,..
fn.s. 32' lb hox loose, small 2 50-
-l i.rS. , . n li,. 1 l.v.r
75. larie 3 75-4 00: luss 1 laver
cup pack, 2 75-3 00.
Celerv - W.shinfftnn ?', Am
4 25-50, California 2-2W doi 4.25
50; few 5 00; hearts 2 50-75 doi.
Portland Livestock
.... . .
ruKiLANU 1 t'MJA i Cattle
,or eck salable 2900 trade ac-
"VF F si'rrs "a neners strong,
s'usnier cows mremy V) higher,
other classes unchansed load and
true klot of choice 925-950 lb fed
tior. ia -x ik ki
" l''" -na
24 00 24 50. six loads at 24 50. good
SlCPrt r1.?1 VI clanturn I O Ort.
... ... .,,a,lni , . ...
a. s . ....
" n rnol f m "eiters
Sin- ....J 4 i ., ....
" nn.csi kihkj hihi inoue ll
23 00. good 21 00-22 SO. standard
IT Vl-20 Ml utility and commercial
cows 14 50-11 50. ranners and cut-
lers mostly II.VM3 00 lew lo
13 .m utility hul' 1 7 on 1 7 VI in
dmdual Monday lo l V) light
cutter hulls 13 50-1.1 SO
Calves (or week salable fi7r,
trade ac itr vealers s'rong - 50
hizhrr choice sealers 24 on.2"i v
individual earl) to ? (Kl
good
veslers 1 1 oo 2? no standard 17 00-
mm cull ana miiitv raises ami
sealers If) SO I i VI good and
choice slaughter c lives 11110-22 no
li ,., ....
una. inr um-v sa anil oni
"
hulr hra V.1 111 hiiikr anu...
slenHs snrlt 1' S. V'n 1 4
grade hutihers IRO-24A ll 22 50-
23 fl itiurd grade lnl 21 Ml 22 no
...,ki. i ...j
, .,, unsiri 10.1
I' .ni zi.tii tew to 22 no ,ows .inn,
V1 lbs If. no 19 .SO few under too
.. .
lbs up to 19,.)
Sheep for wpek saliihle 7T2.i
!nt lamhs opened V) I (10 high
er r insrn moswy -to nigner nann
of ".iS range lambs mostlv t hoire
late Wednesday 21 no off injck
eihls other choice springsrs on
,hr (., j jnon m,j gniti
... . j
ami tricme in tat - 1-. so goon
spnngers l7 jO-UVI food and
(hoite SAS5 lb feeders 15 50 17 30,
nuimni
and medium 4.V5 lb
12 0-140 cull In good shorn
slaughter ewes 2 SO- 00
Portland Grain
PORTI-ANO - Wtwtl hid'
in arnsa mairbf Ka.i. s.n 1 Kialk
delivered roail Soft While I 2H
Soft While eirludini Res' 2 2
Wh . ,-. h ,
' "ln ' "
Hard red siinter nrdtnars' 2 24
in "r ''"," 2? 11 r r"' '
iJ "r tenl J 24
H.rrl r-i hart Orottnarv 7 TS
1ft par ( ent 2 2a 11 pr rent 1 71
12 rer t en' ? ?S
tar reieipt. Whral barley
7 Onu' If) torn 4 oats I mill
feevt IS
Investment Trusts
ZUta S"1 ther t Co . lot )
R'd Alkawl
An a'1 ' 4 is en
r irseeliao I'md 2" ss a a
fant.,r, Sara. 7rlJrt ?t aj IS as
r rsart al Surd I Sa re OS
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set I r te-se. i .l 4 at
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Vai-ee I ise I'r fyd Ml I AS
eu.nrse.1 Pm4 . ISM 14. H
New York
-
Merrill t-nch Plerct. Tenjut aa
riin'kote
Ford Motor
(i
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per M chm a. Dt
.i;i'i :;en ties
Gen Fosisis
S- , r.r ri Motor
20! ,,n Tire
4 .'. ,eo Pli Ply
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Mrh Field
Mrrsk A: Co
Mort I hem
Mom Wird
Moloroli
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43'.
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Nail B11. uit
Sal. I lo Ref
Nitl Dilrs
Nail Distill
Nitl (..vpsum
Sul leod
Nail Supnlv
NY Centrll
No Am Asia
No Pis Ry
NW Airlines
up, :nidtr
48'.
4'
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41".
19'.
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Com Credit
Comw Edison
l4 Con. Edison
ij Container
itonl Cn
k'onl Oil
Cunt ( o
Cross n Zell
Curtm Wr
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,
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Par O A U
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Penny J (
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Pepsi Toll
Phelns-Dod't
Pmlso l on,
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JOI
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in
Grain Prices
Climb With
8-12! A a D.
ACllVC PUYIIiy
k7
t'HII'ACO. Julv 12
Siiv-
bean lutures spurted almost the
daily 10-cent bmit in active buy-
inc on the Board of Trade today.
.ik.. ..., nnurard
carrying other grains upward
slightly.
Bean advances reached as much
t 91-. rents in buyini which re-
ing on
1 ni.H ennd demand, indications
,hat g00d consumption will n
1 R , , :.. i,.ki
tlnuf amj forecasts for lighter
..,i,n
. .1. .. k. . i.,..i 1. k,h.
New style wheat closeo nign
er lo '. lower, corn I cent lower
t '. higher, oats ', higher lo
1. lower, ne '. higher to low
er, soybeans 4'. Io 7', rents high
er. and lard 5 lo 30 cen a hun
area pounas nigner
' for the week, soybeans showed
Ar shmit s In 1) renls a
bushel. Wheat was up around one
to three cents, corn about un-
changed to three cents lower.
oats aoout uncnangea. anu i j
around five to seven cents up
.... i j . . ,.,-
wneat was sum m ik.ihc s..-,r!.
because of continued extremely
lavoraoic nareimii ""
me winter wneat on,
although receipts have been pick
mg up considerable, hedginc has
t Kn G,,K.iantial and hus heen
- - -
absorbed fairly readily
Some buying was caused by re
u uu ......
-i ,oa J
ports m n unirr .r,,, , , r,
.. . n..vlk - V'nrlli tljLola
aa iai ii"i"' "n ...ns., .,.. .
Traders said such hot weather
could damage the spring wheat
crop, which has been making ex
cellent progress.
Chicago Grain
chk ago Ju1. 11 vP
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Januars
M.rrts
AP Mufflers art hoavy slirry . . . ajubU sittlaW llt
f us tej ' i rhicltae staat. Haayiar s'aal wstvai tftrauf ltev4
For a Better Muffler ... Get AP
A D mm m "0 HOSE
Mr THAU COMPETIHYE MAKES
Itl.tit sjv4rfl
far ill Mafcti
nti Masfal Ctrl
Mwffrtri Insfftllaaf
m 15 Win. ar
455 Marion St.
Closing Stocks
anartM by
Phil Patrol
PlUskury .
Pro & Gam
Pu MrtL
Pure Oil
4111
43.
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4.iJ
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Radio Corp
lUyoniar Ine
Rtpub Itl
Reynolds Met
Reynolds Tob
Rirhtteld O
Royal Dutch .
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Safeway Sin
St Jo Leod
St L 4c SI" Ry
St ReiU Panar
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Schenley Ind
Scott Piper
Sear. Ra " 5,t
Shall Oil S
Sinclair Oil ?.'
Skelly Oil . "
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sou c.i ut ; . t) 1
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sou rty
42 cM,rV
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std Oil cii - Sv
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11'. c.i t "
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I Sunshine M
Swift t, Ce
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14 -I
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41',
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Texaa Co
Texai Culi
Textron M
Tide-Aiao
Tranaam
Trana Wo Air
Twen Cen Tox
3914
4
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Union Carb
121'4
ST,
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si:
10',
Union Oil
Union Pac Ry
M 1 Uru Aircraft
:.5i Unl Air Une
lit. I (Jni Corp
,s,; Um Truit
It'S Plywood
ui. iUS Rubber
O
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4. US StMl
-
49',
1",
IS3,
19',
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Warner Pic
Wash Water P
Wt Air Br
Weilern Air
Western Elec .
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M14
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43'4
lilt,
western Union
Woolworth
Western Securities
T"rir hid and ilk, quotations re
present prieei at which one or mora
dei.ers memberi of the National Ai.
.osniion nf Sacurity Dealer's lnr4
would tr?rie with the general publie
it the lime the Quotations mere
rithered it 3 p.m. yeiterday:
Bid Ail.r4.
Calif -Orefon Power 30", 33
C ik. ade
Plywood .... 14', XI 'i
Z - M
j,ntten Im Cwn,
Meier A rrank
Morrnon-Knuejjan .... 3J
Qrt porl Cem,nt u
j Pac P A l Com. IS',
f JK.l, Cell. : ?J!j
port. Gen. Be 4
V,
13i,
14
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BANKS
- 1 nk of Amenc. wt,
1 rVenls nf California 11
Minhatun
rint National
rir.t Nat City NY ...
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-
Caom OimfstinilC
- gurTMfAT ,AB,r-t)
- Pr,mlun,
No 1
EGGS iOrin Iff Product)
Pnroi to rmrt are to f t
under thet wheieeete prteeai
Extr, Ur, AA
ijri. aa
AA
M
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POULTRY iNitrthweel Peultry)
Lefhorn Hen, ,11
Coorea H,n, -
oid Rnoiten M
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WllldUU 1-ireMUv.K.
CHICAGO Julv,. 11 (USDA)
Salable hoe, 5 000. iteatfv on butch'
,r, ,., H , No.
2M) 2so id 20 jo 7S; few Ho ll
240 2sn ih jo 10 21 oo: No s ass-lit
m I" 4" "" .oss i Isra-llOII.
( nf son ralsei loo cowi tteade
. ., . ....... ... i.
... n,,,., ,tiih nvanr, no. wnouaa
tronl
." '"c!!i
p,,v,,f, , noire sso in hetfen 24 if):
utilttv and (ommerctal cowl mainly
14 00 11 SO rannera ano cutters 1! 00.
I V f 00O and rhntre vealers IS 10.
2.1 00
Sheep 200 itcadv food to prune
sprml nmtii 22 00 24 OS cull to low
od niKkjine ttsei 1 00 7 1a)
Chicago Butter-Eggs
HIC.sCO July 11 ,St (USDAI
Ru'ier sieid. wholesale .elititg
1 r'-- urn nanjed S.1 more AA set ' ,
"' , 2 A S9', SO', D I it . SS
t VI , V".
Fir t r n .sholcsilt aellm prk-el
2 , -ifher io , insser SS per rent
r nel'er A vshila 3 M mediums
!"', itandird, 17 M cheek. U'.-
:t ,
Chicago Onions
f ' HI' .GO Jul, 12 P Onleoil
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