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PAGE 10 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 24, I960 Tucson Gallops Past Bosses Doty, Sims, Chandler Run Wild For Badgers By BOB CRAWFORD Tucson High just had too many horses for the Horses. A trio of Badger backs turned the THS Stadium into Santa Anita last night as Coach John Mallamo's unbeaten gridders gave the North Phoenix Mustangs • a 33-12 lesson in running the ! ball. • It was the second straight ifor Tucson and solidified the team's position as chief challenger to Mesa for the state AA championship. "THEY'LL DO all right against anybody in the state " said North Coach Pete Clark after the game. "I don't think they'll get those long gainers off West Phoenix (ne.vt week's foe) or Mesa. We were . making too many mistakes." but scoring last night in drop- The long gain was Tucson's ping a tough defensive battle big weapon last night as Jim Warriors Lose To Crims YUMA—Pueblo's Warriors topped almost all statistics to Yuma, 7-6. The Criminals, 1959 Class AA co-champions, made it a come-from-behind victory after Bill Wolfe exploded for a 50-yard punt return in the second quarter to give Pueblo a 6-0 lead. AFTER THE ensuing kickoff, Yuma started an 80-yard drive that ended when quarterback Bill Headstream hit end Mike Smith on a 20-yard touchdown play. Pat Belcher kicked the vital point. Key to the drive was a 60-yard pass play from halfback Marty Raebel to halfback Jerry Heffner that took the ball to the Pueblo 15. The Warrior defense pushed Yuma backyards until Headstream threw his fatal pass. The loss was Pueblo's first of the season and the win was Yuma'S first. Both teams have 1-1 records. THE GAME was tightly played all the way, with no one gaining over 35 yards on the ground. Curly Santa Cruz led the Warrior runners with 31 in 10 carries. Heffner had 27 for Yuma. Quarterback Dick Martinez of Pueblo retained his Tucson passing lead by hitting 5 of 10 for 67 yards. PUEBLO YUMA 7 First Downs 5 92 Net Yards, Rushing 46 «7 Net Yards, Passing 84 15? Total Offense, Net 130 10-5 Passes Attempted—Completed 5-3 0 Passes Intercepted By 1 1 Fumbles Lost 3 1-4| Number of Punts, Avg. 4-38.8 10 ' Yards Lost, Penalties 5 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Ruining Putblo TC NYG AYPC Santa Cruz 10 31 3.1 Acun« H 22 2.0 Wolfe * 2* 5 - 8 Yum» Heffner 11 27 2.5 Puttste AH. Comp. Yds. TDP HI Martinez ..10 i 67 0 1 Yumi Headstream 4 5 24 1 0 Rsebel .... 1 1 «0 0 0 Icorlni Pueblo 0 * ° °— 4 Yums 0700-7 Seorlni Summary: pueblo—Wolfe (50 funt return). Yuma—Smith (20 pass-run from Head- itream); PAT—Belcher (kick). Sims, Jim Doty and Florence Chandler each gained more than 100 yards on the ground. Three of the Badgers' five touchdowns were scored from beyond the 40. The other two were on Chandler's 39- yard return of a pass interception in the final quarter and Gary Blythe's perfect 25- yard pass to Ted Tang in the first. Sims, who picked up 121 yards on 12 carries, opened the barrage early in the first period when he raced 30 yards around left end on a pitchout only to have the play called back on a penalty. Flowing Wells, seeking its \ i first winning football season, \ | has a 2-0 record for the first! time in its history. \ The Caballeros showed a! strong defense last night inj stopping the visiting Coolidge I Bears, 7-0. Mike Wortman scored the only touchdown, going over from the 6 in the second quarter. WHILE HOLDING the Bears to only 56 yards of total offense, the Cabs picked jup 185 themselves. Ron Stark, with 91 yards, and Bill Tohen, with 79 and a 7.1 average, led the ground game which accounted for all but 10 of the total. The Cab defense recovered three Coolidge fumbles and turned in two pass interceptions. WORTMAN'S touchdown run capped a 55-yard drive that started with less than two minutes to go in the first half. The win put Flowing Wells in a tie for the Class A South conference leadership. This year's two league wins are the school's first since 1958. COOLIDGE FLOWING WELLS WHOA, THERE —Citizen Photo By Carl Porter back Mike Love after a short gain in last night's action at THS stadium. The Badgers won the contest 33-12. _ SECONDS LATER, he made i Tucson Badger halfback Lenny Don (No. 22) stops North Phoenix Mustans full- it count—scoring from the 41 ; " - — on the same play. Doty, whose 142 yards led the team, scored his only six- pointer in the second period • CTtr TT-D/-^ TTVT or»r\ when he broke loose on a]SPLURGE IN 3RD 66-yard sprint. After a scoreless third, Chandler wrapped it up with his interception re- First Downs Net Yards, Rushing Net Yards, Passing Total Offense, Net Passes Attempted-Completed Passes Intercepted By Fumbles Lost Number of Punts, Average Yards Lost, Penalties INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing Flowing Wells TC Stark 23 Toben 11 Udell 13 56 0 56 J5-0 3 2-30 55 13 175 10 185 3-1 2 1 3-34.3 100 NYG AYPC Wortman 91 79 — 4 17 15 -1 3.9 7.1 3.6 15.0 turn and a 56-yard scoring dash. He made "only" 102 yards but averaged 12.7 per carry, high on the team. The Mustangs scored on the Badgers for the first time in two years when they displayed a strong ground game in the second half. Ron McMorris and Mike Love did most of the damage on end Amphi Revives To Edge Fledgling Kofa By 12-7 Sheaffer 1 Shelton 1 Passing Flowing Wells AM. Comp. Yds. TDP HI Toben 3 1 10 0 1 Scoring COOLIDGE , 0 0 0 0—0 FLOWING WELLS 070 n_7 Scoring Summary: Flowing Wells: Wortman (6, run); PAT—Udell (kick). SPORTS CLIPPINGS sweeps. TUCSON 17 396 25 NORTH PHX. 15 CHS Learns Costly Lesson In 33-0 Loss By JIM HERRMAN Catalina Correspondent MESA — "It took three halves of football for these boys to learn how to play the game, but it was worth it." That's how John Griste looked at his Catalina football team last night after the Trojans had dropped their second in a row, 33-0 to the, powerful Mesa Jackrabbits. j home opener. First Downs Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing 27 ! 421 Total Oflense, Net 143 1-1 Passes Attempted-Completed 12-3 1 Passes Intercepted by 0 4 Fumbles Lost 0 35 No. of Punts, Avo. 33 55 Yards Lost Penalties 30 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ' Rushing Tucson TC NYC AYPC Sims 12 121 10.1 Doty 12 142 11.8 Chandler 8 102 12.7 Tang 3 14. ... .4.7 North Phoenix Love 9 51 5.7 Palmcrtrce 6 -32 -3.7 Stcirs * 1' 3.5 Henderson 4 16 4 Passing Tucson Alt. Comp. Ydj. TDP HI Blythe 1 1 25 1 0 North Phoenix Psimertree ... 12 3 27 C . 1 Scorlni Tucson 13 7 0 13-33 North Phoenix 0 0 6 6-12 Scoring Summary: Tucson — Sims (41 run );Tang (25 pass from Blythe); Doty (66 run); Chandler (38 pass int., 5J> run); PAT — Doty 3 (kicks). North Phoenix — McMorrls (1 run); Love (2 run.) Eloy Pounces On Sunnyside Errors, 20-0 By DOUG SAUER Sunnyside Correspondent Sunnyside "gave" two touchdowns to Eloy last night via fumbles and it cost the i Blue Devils a 20-0 loss in their ' By STEVE MEYERS A scoreless first half stunned a little over-confidence out of Amphitheater's unbeaten football team last night as the Panthers sent the Kofa Kings back to Yuma without their first varsity victory. The youthful Kings, still without a senior class and only in their first year of varsity competition, dropped a 12-7 decision .but showed promise in the first half—running off 30 plays to Amphi's 19. Ceach Bob Jacob's team opened up after the mid-way break, however, as halfback George Jackson returned a punt 50 yards to the Kofa 15. Three plays later, quarterback Glenn Ezell found Doug Fonner in the end zone with an eight-yard pass. Jackson wrapped the ! game up with a two-yard j plunge in the same period. | The Yumans challenged in I the final minutes when junior halfback Brent Byers dashed 13 yards to paydirt. On the first play after the kickoff, tackle George Tijerina stole the ball from Ezell and gave the Kings another chance. However, they gained only two yards in four plays against a stiffened Panther defense. 1 Passes Intercepted By o 2 Fumbles Lost 3 5-33.2 Number of Punts, Average 4-38.7 45 Yards Lost Penalties 40 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing Kola TC NYG AYPC Slangs i 6 -1 Ouran 3 4 13 Byers 9 w £.<; Gonzalez 11 Dombrava 6 4 Smith ... Amphl Jackson . Steen .... Ezell .... Dunnuck Frost .... 4 60 41 6 19 IS Amphl Ezell . 3 1 Passing Alt. Comp. ' ...4 4 ...10 0 ... 5 2 53 20 35 4 47 «•» 4.3 TDP 0 0 KOFA AMPHI Kola 12 93 First Downs Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Total Otlensc, Net 154 19-6 Passes Attempted, Completed 139 53 162 7-2 7 2 23 1 0 Scoring A mphi p 0 12 0—12 pass from Ezell), Jackson (2-yd. run). Kofa: Bvers (13-yd. run). PAT (Byers pass to Gonzalez.) From Wire Services Even though likely to finish fourth in the National League this season (after being world champs in 1959), the Los Angeles Dodgers will some time next week smash the all-time National League home attendance mark for a single season (2,215,404, set by Milwaukee in 1957). With eight home stands left, LA has drawn 2,124,457 ... A Los Angeles investor, Elliott Evans, and a Kansas City hotelman, Maurice Corson, say they have made an offer to buy the KC Athletics but added there are no plans to move the team to Los Angeles, at least for three years . . . Bonnie Randolph, Naples, Fla., and Fay Crocker, Montevideo, Uruguay, shot one-under-par 70s to lead moving into the second round of the $6,500 San Antonio (Tex.) Civitan Women's Open MAJOR LEAGUE BOXES NATIONAL LEAGUE Broglio Wins 21st FIRST ST. LOUIS ab r h rbi Lndm,cf-rf 5100 Cunghm.rf 5130 Flood.cf White.lb Boyer,3b Moryn.lf Spencer,ss b-Carmel GAME CHICAGO ab r h rbl 0000 5124 4000 4120 2010 0000 Gramas,ss 1011 Murphv.cf 3 Zimmer,2b 4 Willlams.lf Banks.ss Santo,3b Altman.lb Taylor.c Johnson,rf Hobbie.p Burwell.p a-Will 3 0 4 3 4 1 1 0 i 0 1 0 i 0 0 Oi 0 0 0 ; 1 1 0! 4000. 3010 o o o o! 000 000 Sawatski.c 4010 Javier,2b 4010 Broglio.p 2110 Schafroth.p 0000 c-Ashburn 1010 Elston.p 0000 DESPITE THE score, Griste felt he had reason to be op- Both expensive mistakes came in the second quarter. timistic. The Mesans, ranked | A bobbled punt started a 43- No. 1 in Arizona, scored 27 £f d dr 'Y. e l^l ei ? de l when of their points in the first Eloy halfback Charles Duncan half-thanks to the running h c <? oted over from the 4 He of All-State .Tor, ThP^Pr dld * a S a!n . from the 6 - later in the period after a fumble ended a Sunnyside drive. Chesser, M1 Cheey was the big gun . ™f ™ m ™ D " st Devils +v,= «„.,„; --- . ,-„„*„„ „:„!, took to the air for their final Totals 36 512 S Totals 31 1 5 1 a—Flied out for Burwell in 5th; b—Ran •for Spencer in 7th; c—Singled for Schaf- fernoth in 7th. ST. LOUIS 103 000 001—5 I CHICAGO 000 000 100-1 ! E—Zimmer. PO-A-St. Louis 27-13, Chi- : cago 27-n. DP—Murphy td Taylor, LOB : — St. Louis 11, Chicago 7. 28—Moryn. i 3B—Grammas. HR—White. S—Broglio. IP H R ER 88 SO : 9 5 2'/i 6 2 5 i 4 2 0 2 1 1 marker, when Gale Pearce hit in the opening minutes, picking up most of his 55 yards A , c . , , r , in the first quarter-includ- J, 1 t £ a lS burg . fHr0m the 30 ing touchdown runs of seven I cl,!L, '^J p ? n ° .;, , and <:iY varrlc '• Sunn ySlde IS Still SCOrelCSS i^rs* ove, „ w-s- jsMnSrs^ ss 1 ,h« 2n n <iT, 8 o ssi^Fvsr to Nogales Iast Mesa more than enough. CATALIHA MESA 7 First Downs 21 17 Net Yards Rushing 410 13 Net Yards Passing 56 100 Net Yards Total Offense 4« 17-4 Passes Attempted—Completed 9-4 1 Passes intercepted By 0^1 0 Fumbles Lost 2 3-36 J-31.4 Number of Punts, Avg. ?-39 ! 125 30 Yards Lost Penalties 45 ELOY 12 235 96 331 7-3 1 First Downs SUNNYSIDE 8 6.7 3.3 Yards Lost Penalties INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing C ::!!n» TC NYG AYPC Bykerk. 7 y> Svob 3 20 Gabriel 8 26 Murphy 4 19 Pearson 2 13 Moffett 4 13 M«M> Chtsser 19 Steverjon 8 Cl»sl«y A Cemparin 7 GucMrra 2 Arnttt 10 Net Yards Rushing 95 Net Yards Passing 6 Total Offense, Net 1Q1 Passes Attempted-Completed 3-2 Passes Intercepted By o Fumbles Lost 2 Number of Punts, Avg. 4-33 Yards Lost Penalties 45 Broglio (W 21-7) Hobble (L 14-20) Burwell Schaffernoth Elston WP—Burwell Broglio. PB —• Sawatski, Taylor U—Pelekoudas. Barlick, Jackowski, Landes. T-2:38. A-1,800 (estimated). SECOND GAME ST. LOUIS CHICAGO ab r h rbi ab r h rbi Lndrm.cf-lf 3100 Johnson.cl 3000 CnBharn.rf 4110 Drake,2b 3000 Nicman.lf 3021 Wllms.lf 3120 a-Kolp 0000 Banks.ss 2011 1110 Santo,3b 3010 Flood.cf Bover,3D 3123 Thomas,Ib 3000 PITTSBURGH 000010000-1 MILWAUKEE 001 000 lOx—2 E—Schofield, Mathews. PO-A—Pills- burgh 24-B, Milwaukee 27-12. DP—Hoak, Mazeroski and Stuart; Mantilla, Cottier and Adcock. LOB—Pittsburgh 5, Milwaukee 6. 2B—Virdon. HR—Bruton. S-Buhl. IP H R ERBBSO Witt (L, 1-2) .... 7 8 2 2 2 5 Face 100001 Buhl (W, 15-9) ..951115 U-Sudol, Boggess, Gorman, Smith. T— 2:02. A—17,576. Not Quite In PHILADELPHIA CINCINNATI ab r h rbi ab r h rbi Callison.rf 4011 Kasko,2b 3010 Taylor,2b 4100 Pinson.cf 3010 Gonzales.cf 4131 Bell.rf 4000 Herrera,Ib 4113 Robinson.lf 3111; Smith,If 4010 Bailey,c 4 o 1 0 ; Coker.c 3010 Colemn.lb 4000 Woods.Sb 4100 Cook,3b 4010: Wine.ss 4120 Cardnas,ss 3010 Buzhardt.p 4110 a-Lvnch 1000: Purkey.p 3 0 1 0 ' Totals 35 6 10 5 Totals 32 1 7 1 i a—Grounded out for Cardenas in 9th. ! PHILADELPHIA 010 000 041—6 i CINCINNATI 000 100 000— 1 ! E — Kasko. PO-A — Philadelphia 27-12, I Cincinnati 27-16. DP—Taylor, Wine and I Herrera; Woods, Taylor and Herrera; j Cook, Kasko and Coleman; Purkey, Kasko and Coleman. LOB—Philadelphia 5, Cincinnati 7. 28—Bailey. HR—Herrera, Robinson. SB —Gonzalez. IP H R ER BB SO Buihardt (W, 5-l<i) 9 71135 Purkev (L, 17-10).. 1 10 6 5 1 4 HBP—Bv Purkey (Taylor, Coker). U— ' Vargo, Conlan, Donelli, Burkhart. T— 2:17. A—3,919. AMERICAN LEAGUE Birds Spin BALTIMORE ab r h rbi WASHINGTON ab r h rbl Brandt.cf 4010 Versals.ss 4000 Robmsn,3b 400 OL.Green.cf 2100 Hanscn.ss 4000 Killbrw.lb 4020 Dropo.lb 4020 Lcmon.lf 2001 Triandos.c 4010 Dobbek.cf 0000 Nicholsn.lf 4000 Battey.c 4000 G.Green.rf 4010 Allison.rf 3210 Breedng,2b 2000 Bertoa,3b 4010 Stock.p 0000 Garner,2b 4142 Estrada.p 2000 Stobbs.p 3011 Klszwsk.lb 5123 Power,lb 4010 4022 Held.ss 4000 1111 Morgan,3b 4020 3000 010 000 Mlnoso.lf b-Jhnsn,lf Martin,3b Lollar.c Espsito.ss Wynn.p 5010 Romano,c 5120 Latrnan.p 5010 a-Cline 4010 Funk,P 1 1 0000 Adair,2b T 0 0 0 Totals 33 0 5 0 Totals 30 4 9 4 BALTIMORE 000000000—0 WASHINGTON 010 1U 00*l4 E—Triandos, Versalles, Lemon PO-A— Baltimore 24-8, Washington 27-4. DP— Nicholson, Triandos and Dropo. LOB— Baltimore 7, Washington 7. 2B—Gardner. SB—Allison (2). SF— Lemon. IP Estrada (L, 17-11) 6 Stock 2 Stobbs (W, 12-6) 9 H R ER BB SO 84429 10012 5001 HBP—L. Green (Estrada). U—Hurley, Rice, Stevens, Drummond. T—2-40 A—• 9,233. Turley Produces Totals 39 714 6 Totals 31 0 7 0 a—Filed out for Latman in 7th. b—Hit home run for Minoso in 9th. CHICAGO 200 Oil 102—7 CLEVELAND 000000000-0 E — Aspromonte. PO-A — Chicago 27-8, Cleveland 27-10. DP— Esposito and Kluszewski; Morgan, Aspromonte and Power. LOB—Chicago 10, Cleveland 8. 2B—Wynn, Minoso 2. HR — Kluszewski, Johnson. SB—Landis. S—Latman, Piersal. IP H R ERBBSO Wynn (W, 13-10) ..9 70021 Latman (L, 7-6) .. 7 11 5 5 4 5 Funk 2 3 2 2 1 2 U—Stewart, Berry, Napp, Umont. T— 2:52. A—12,633. Spencer,ss 3000 Bartell.c 2000; _, , .-, Grmmas.ss 0 000 M'Night.rf 3010: (Cellar OCO White.lb 3000 Morehead.p 2000 Hubw 141 64 55 49 14 73 12 10 -1 *n. c«m». Y«§. TOP .17 4 13 6 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing ELOY TC NYO AYPC Duncan 12 115 9.6 Ballard 12 49 4.1 Starkenburg 11 71 45 *-8 i Valeniuela 1 5 5.0 '.5 ' Taylor 1 0 0.0 3.3 Pearce 2 -5 — ' SUNNYSIOE 7.4 ; Nelson 4 13 33 8.0 | Ramirez 4 9 3.3 ».J i Flickinger is 35 23 7.0 i Romano 5 0 00 7.0 ' Bollin 7 50 7.1 Jessen 3 -3 Javier,2b 3000 Smith.c 3020 Sadecki.p 3100 Totals 29 S 8 4 Totals 24 I 5 1 a—Ran for Niernan in 5th, ST. LOUIS 010 030 J-5 CHICAGO 100 000 0-1 (Called after 7 inninss because of darkness) PO-A—St. Louis 21-11, Chicago 21-9. DP—Spencer, Javier and White (2). LOB —St. Louis 6, Chicago 4. 2B—Banks. 3B —Boyer. HR—Boyer. iP H R ERBBSO Morehcad (L, 3-9) 7 85532 Sadeski (W, 9-8) ..7 51121 WP—Morohead. U—Barhck, Jackowski, Lflndes, Petckoudas. T—1:32. A—2,061. Purkey Rapped KANSAS CITY ab r h rbl Tuttle.cf 5622 Lmpe,ss-2b 5120 res DETROIT ab r h rbi Posada.rf Siebern.lb Williams.lf Ccr .",'. 40 0 1 0 3 2 0 C R.Jhnsn,7b 3 C 0 0 c-Snyder 0 C 0 fi d-Bauer 1000 Hamlin.ss P.Daley ,c Garver.p Yost,3b Veal s< a-Amaros Frnandz.ss Kali,ic,cf 7/axwclUf Bollin9,2b Colavito.rf Gernert,Ib 000 NEW YORK BOSTON ab r h rbi ab r Kubek.ss 4010 Runncls,2b 4 1 Lopez,If 4111 Tasby.cf 3 0 Hunt.lf 000 0*Williams,lf 4 0 Mantle.cf 4100 Nixon,c 3 0 Skowron.lb 5141 i-Paglarn 0 0 Berra.c 4011 Malzone,3b 4 0 Boycr,3b 2000 Clinton.rf 4 0 a-Long 1010 Buddin,ss 3 0 b-Dmstr2b 0000 Muffett.p 2 0 f-Cerv 1011 Fornieles.p 0 0 Johnson,3b 0000 Sullivan.p 0 0 Rchdsn,2b 2000 h-Repulski 1 0 c-Blanchd 1000 Nichols,p 0 0 MDgld3b2b 1010 Turley.p 2 0' 0 0 1000 0100 h rbi 000 000 000 020 000 000 1 1 1 000 d-Gondor e-Pisoni g-Howard 1 0 0 P Shantz.p 0000 0000 Berberet.c 3010 4230 Bunning.p 2000 1000 b-Chrislcy 1000 Sisler.p Fischer,p Aguirre.p 0000 0000 0000 7.3 12.0 5.0 -1.0 HI C PITTSBURGH ab r h rbi ELOY Ballard Pearce SUNNYSIDC Jessen Passim AM. Comp. Yds. TDP HI ..20000 .. i 3 W 1 1 0 6 « 0— 0 14 1« 6 0—33 tttrixt S*mn*ry: M«s»—Chcstey (7 »); CTiwHv (* ron); SWverttti (9 ran)! (r, r<tn' t ; Ctiessei (J r<m). Oft*** * S-cerim Scmnysid* , o 6 o o—o Elov 0 13 7 0-12 Sterhn Stmtmary: Elov — Duncan (4 rim, 32 run), STaMcenburs (30 pass from P*»rce); PAT —C«<(« (kick), Stsrken- burs (ron). MILWAUKEE r h rbi Virdon,cf 4011 Bruton.cf 4111 Skinner,If 4010 CrsndalU 4031 Clmnte.rf 4010 Mathws,3b 3000 StuarWb 3000 Aaron.rf 4010 Burgess,c 4000 Cvr.gton.lf 3010 Hoak,3b 4110 Spangler,lf 0000 Mrroski,2b 3000 Adcock.lb 3000 Schofld,ss 3010 Mantila.ss 3010 Wirt.P 2 a-Vernon 1 b-Chrs:prrr 0 0 00 Conier,2b Buhl,» 3110 200 Totals 33 412 4 Totals 32 1 4 1 a-Hif into force play for Veal in 6Th; b-Struck out for Sunning in 7th; c-An- nounced for R. Johnson in 8th; d-Hit info double play for Snyder in 8*h. KANSAS CITY ...... 000 Oil OH -4 DETROIT ...... 000000100-1 E— Lumpe. PO-A— Kansas City 27-13. De'roi; 27-13. DP-Bolling. Veal ana Gernert; Yost, Boiling and Gernert. LOB — Knriias Ciry 7, Detro.t 6. 2B— Williams. 3B— Turtle. HR-Williams, Colsvito. SB— Kaline. S— Garver 3. IP H R ER EBSO 9 7 Totals 38 511 5 Totals 31 1 4 1 a—Singled for Boyer in 7th; b—Ran for Long in 7fh; c—Grounded out for Richardson in 7th; d—Reached on error for Turley in 8!h; e—Ran for Gonder in 8th; f—singled for Demaestri in 8th; 9— Called out on strikes for pisoni in 8th; h—Struck out for Sullivan in 81h; i— Walked for Nixon in 9th. NEW YORK 000000 050— 5 BOSTON 000 001 000—1 E—Lopez, Buddin, Johnson. PO-A—New York 27-11; Boston 27-5. DP—Richardson, Kubek and Skowron; Kubek, McDougald and Skawron. LOB—New York 9, Boston 6. 2B—Williams, Lopez. S-Kubek. IP H R ERBBSO 7 3 2 1 Turiev (W, 9-3) Snsntz Muffett (L, 6-4) X-Forr,ieles . Sullivan Nichols .. 7^'] ... 0 ] X-Faced 4 batters in 8th. WP — Turley. U — Honochick, Soar, I Chyiak, PapareMa. T—2:31. A-10,680. 00 To1»rs 32 1 5 1 Tola is 29 2 8 J «—S»fe on error far Witt in £fh; b-ran for VeTion in ffii. Garver (W, 3-9) . . 9 411 Bunnins !L, 10-14) .7 72213 Sisler ............ ••>) 3 i i o i x-Fischer ......... 0 0 0 0 1 0 Acroirre ..... !',} 21101 y-F»ced 1 bsffer ir, 8rn. U— Kinnamon, Smirh, Scrrwarrs, Flaherty. T-2:12. A-U50. Ol' Early Wynns CHICAGO CLEVELAND I »B r h rtri »b r H rbi ftbnson.rf J 1 1 o Asprmnt,2b 4000 RK>era,rf 0600 Frjmcns,!? 4 0 1 C Fox,3B 5110 Pferssll,cf 3 C 1 0 . Laflflrsxrf 3220 6ond,rf 3 0 1 0 ARIZONA FOOTBALL" Tune in 5 p.m. SUNDAY mUMBLE) —Citizen Photo By Art Grasberser SHALL WE DANCE? Coolidge fullback John Jones tries to sneak under the outstretched arm of Flowing Wells halfback Ron Stark. Jones didn't make it as Flowing Wells took a 7-0 victory last night. SUNDAY... 11 A.M. PRO FOOTBALL Game of the Week! Baltimore Colts Vs. 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