THURSDAY, JULY 25, 196v<
Towering Frank Howard, the Dodger’s 6*7,2451b. mass of muscle
may be the first National Leaguer to crack the magic 60 homer
The key to Howard’s success lies in two things: his own pati
ence and persistence, and how often he plays.
At present the lumbering outfielder-first baseman is being
* platooned, and playing only against southpaw flingers. In order
to develop his timing to its maximum degree Frank has got to
He served notice of his emergence upon the scene as a power-
hitter deluxe last season when he swatted 31 homers and drove
in 117 tallies while playing only three-fourths of the campaign.
The National League’s rookie of the year in *60, this power
ful righthanded hitting prodigy is destined for great heights.
While chatting on the Dodger
bench, Frank expressed hope that
he could go through a full season
without any major injuries. The kind
that would keep him out of the line
up for any period of time.
’’The big difference between me
now and when I came up is a more
profound knowledge of the strike
zone. I was fooled, too often and
too easily in my first two years.
I came up swinging for the fences, and by overswinging 1 struck
out too often."
“Cutting down on my strikeouts is my goal this year," said
the personable 26 year old giant.
Though many of the Dodgers are intent on avoiding any talk
about last years "el foldo,'* which ended when the Giants added
the coup de grace in the playoffs, Frank is willing to talk about
"Many people Just say we folded and let it go at that, "he
explained. "But it isn’t that easy. There were many factors,
of course while Sandy’s (Koufax) injury was the key one and die
one which is direcdy the cause, there were many other injur
ies. The club that finished the season for die Dodgers was not
a sound one physically."
* "Wills was playing with bad legs, Gilliam and Roseboro were
overworked and the bullpen boys had been called on too often.
In addition, Podres had a bad back. He has a chronic back ail
ment, and it hit him towards the end of the race, and we just
weren’t hitting. That kid (Larry Burright) that we had on second
base, was just a rookie and had never played under the pressures
that he was exposed to. He cracked and so did our pennant hopes."
That’s the way Howard describes the Los Angeles nine’s
failure to win die NL flag. It is not an alibi, for as Frank him
self is quick to add; "Don’t get me wrong. You can’t take any
thing away from the Giants. They were tough in the clutch and
fought for everything they got."
Howard has hit many drives better than 500 feet in his relati
vely short career. He has what many baseball buffs call power
There is no park anywhere that Frank cannot hit a ball out
of. Mickey Mantle may have put the tape measure in baseball
but Frank Howard is going to keep it there.
A graduate of Ohio State, Frank is also a fine basketball
player in the off season. During die Baseball months Frank is
* all baseball, on and off the field. A real student of the game,
Frank works hard at correcting his mistakes and improving him
He drives himself mercilessly in an effort to become the ball
player he visualizes that he should and could be. He is hard on
himself and quick to blame himself. Its almost as if he feels he
should never make an out or make an error.
Frank has more raw power than any man who has ever played
the game. If and when he harnesses it, and puts it to use, he will
become the most feared power slugger of all time.
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Is Basic Issue
SAN FRANCISCO, (NC)—The
nature of the Church, perhaps
the most fundamental issue di
viding Catholics and Protes-.
tants, is a major topic of dis
cussion during the World Coun
cil of Churches conference now
in progress in Montreal.
The statement was made here
by Father Godfrey Diekmann,
O.S.B., one of five official Ca
tholic observers to the meet
ing appointed by the Vatican’s
Secretariat for Promoting
"THERE is a growing con
viction among Catholics and
Protestants that the point of
misunderstanding now and of
ultimate union on the future
lies in ecclesiology—the nature
of the Church," declared Father
Diekmann of St. John’s Abbey,
And, he noted, the July 12
to 26 meeting of the Faith and
Order Commission of the World
Council of Churches, being held
in Montreal, will continue dis
cussions on the nature of the
church begun at its most re
cent meeting in Lund, Sweden,
Father Diekmann is editor
of Worship magazine, a litur
gical journal, and was a mem
ber of the preparatory com
mission on the liturgy for the
Second Vatican Council. He was
recently named an expert for
the council's second session
which begins in September.
INTERVIEWED as he com
pleted teaching a liturgy course
at the University of San Fran
cisco, Father Diekmann said
it is "becoming clear that the
word ’ecclesia* (church) as used
in the New Testament has a
Eucharistic dimension— the
coming together of the people
for the breaking of bread, for
the Lord’s Supper, to give wor
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Nutty Profewor, The—Para. 13 Frightened Girls—Col
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Almost Angela—Buena Vista
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Boy Who Caught a Crook (Was: Boy Who
Capture That Capsule—UA
Coming Out Party (Br.)—Union
Constantine and the Cross—Embassy
Damon and Pythias—MGM
Damn the Defiant (Br.)—Col.
Day Mars Invaded the Earth—Fox
Dentist in the Chair, A (Br.)—Ajay Film Co.
Drums of Africa—MGM
Escape from East.'Berlin—MGM
SJ Days at Peking—AA
Five Weeks in a Balloon—Fox
Flight That Diaappeared—UA
Francis of Assisi—Fox
Gathering of Eagle*—U-I
Creat Van Robbery—UA
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In Search of the Castaways—Buena Vista
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Call Me Bwana—UA
It's Only Money—Para.
Jason and the Argonauts—Col.
Joseph and His Brethern—(ltal.)—Colorama
Kill or Cure—(Br.)—MGM
Legend of Lobo—Buena Vista
Lilies of the Field-UA
List of Adrian Messenger—U-I
Longest Day, The—Fox
Make Way for Liia—Parade Releasing
Man From the Diner’s Club—Col.
Marco Polo—Am. Inti.
t Miracle of the White Stallions—Buena Vista
My Six Loves—Para.
Nikki, Wild Dog of the North—Buena Vista
No Man Is An Island—U-I
No Place Like Homicide (Br.)—Embassy
Papa’s Delicate Condition—Para.
Password Is Courage—MGM
Phantom of the Opera—U-I
Phantom Planet—Am. Inti.
Pied Piper of Hamelin—Prod. Unlimited
Pirates of Tortuga—Fox
Queen of the Pirates—Col.
Raven, The—Am. Inti.
Sergeant Was a Lady—U-I
Seven Seas to Calais—MGM
Son of Flubber—Buena Vista
Summer Magic—Buena Vista
Swordsman of Siena—MGM
Tammy and the Doctor—U-I
Tarzan Goes to India—MGM
Thief of Baghdad—MGM
30 Years of Fun—Fox
Three Stooges in Orbit—Col.
Trojan Horse (ltal.)—Colorama
Two Daughters (Indian)—Janus
Valley oi the Dragons—Col.
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea—Fox
We'll Bury You—Col.
When the Clock Strikes—UA
Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm—
You Have to Run Fast—UA
Young Guns of Texas—Fox
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AD Night Long—Colorama
Amaaona of Rome (waa: Virgins of Rome)
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Atlantis, the Lott Continent—MGM
Bridge to the Sun—MGM
Centurion (ltal.)—Altura Films
Child Is Waiting, A—UA
Come Fly With Me—MGM
Convicts 4 (was Reprieve)—A A
Court Martial (Ger.)—UA.
Courtship of Eddie’s Father—MGM
Cow and I, The (Fr.)—Zenith Inti.
David and Lisa—Continental
Day of the Triffids—AA
Days of Wine and Roses—War.
Devil at 4 O’clock—Col. (Ind.)
Diary of a Madman—UA
Dr. Blood's Coffin—UA
Duel of the Titans—Para.
Everybody Go Home (ltal.)—Davis-Royal
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Four Days of Naples (ltal.)—MGM
40 Pounds of Trouble—U-I
Frantic (Fr.)—Timet Film Corp.
Fury of the Pagans—Col.
Girls, Girls, Girls—Para.
Good Soldier. Schweik (Ger.)—Llonex
Guns of Darkness—War.
House of the Damned—Fox
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Lawrence of Arabia—Col.
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Mutiny On the Bounty—MGM
Play It Cool—AA
l’irales of Blood River—Col.
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Requiem "for a Heavyweight—Col.
Samson and the Seven Miracles of the World
Scream of Fear—Col.
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Stagecoach to Dancer's Rock—U-l
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1 Thank a Fool—MGM
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vice, the Lord’s Supper."
He said there is a growing
realization among Protestants
that the church does not exist
merely to preach the word of
God hit to celebrate the sign
of the Lord’s Supper.
"This perhaps is the most
important catalyst for sacra
mental devotion in Protestant
churches," he said.
At the same time that Pro
testants are showing renewed
sacramental interest, Father
Diekmann said, in the Catholic
Church there is a "return to
the Scriptures insofar as they
are the lifegiving Word of God."
St, Joseph’s In
The Holy Name Society of
St. Joseph’s Parish, Marietta,
has elected its new slate of
officers. The Society meets for
its communion breakfast the
second Sunday of every month.
In a meeting presided over
by the Rev. C. J. Biggers,
S.M., pastor of St. Joseph’s
Mr. William McMullin was cho
Elected to assist Mr. Mc
Mullin were Mr. Anthony Pauli,
1st vice-president; Mr. Lou
Coppola, 2nd vice-president;
Mr. William Corrigan, secre
tary; and Mr. Patrick Farrell,
The marshalls chosen by the
membership were Mr. Joseph
Grilla and Mr. Ky Kupice.
Serra Club Has
Newly elected officers of the
Serra Club of Metropolitan At
lanta for the year June *63
through May ’64 were installed
at the last bi-weekly meeting.
These are Sam McQuaid, pre
sident; Paul Smith, 1st vice-
president; Bill Applegarth, 2nd
vice-president; Mike Sertich,
secretary; E. 0. Mullen, Treas.
Father Donald Kieraan, club
chaplain, reviewed the past
years activities of the club and
re-emphasized the number one
purpose of the Serra Clubs
throughout the world, which is
— "to pray and work for more
vocations to the religious life".
Recent speakers at the lun
cheon meetings included Father
John L. Hein S.J., Director of
Ignatius Retreat House; and Ge
rard Sherry, editor of the Geor
gia BULLETlfCMr. Sherry re
viewed Dr. Hans Kung's book
"The Council, Reform and Re
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., (NC)—
The Florida Supreme Court has
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