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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1961 THE MORNING HEHALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND r -- . __ ·"" IUW«IWIJP nc/nni4is, nnucnaiUWN, MAKYLANU tri BUDM -IB _ -- ---- ' ' ELEVEN Martinsburg, South High Dominate All-CVAL Squad Rebels' Walker, Smith Selected Karng, Bartok, Phalen Named From Marlinsburg--Soiilh's Slruwthcr, North's Hawkins On Second Team By JOE SNYDER The Martinsburg High Bulldogs and South Hagerstown's Rebels dominated the Cumberland Valley Athletic League in basketball this year, and the coaches apparently were cognizant of that fact when they sat down yesterday to select the all-conference squad for 1960-61 ' Who*, 4h n i, ii 4 - ·-"«: ovjuau iui l o o u u i . ,,,,, Jlcn( ,,5 [0 participate in u wnen the balloting was completed, only two clubs-- baseball contests and at least and you probably could guess that they would be the scvcn t r a c k mecls lhis spring Rebel Nine ToPlay 15 Games South High has completed its baseball and track schedules anil will begin competition in those sports in early April, athletic director Dick Schullz announced yesterday. The South High golf team, coached by Norman Grahl and Gene Mittcl, is also taking shape and Ihe schedule for this sport will be announced in the near future. Schullz revealed thai arrangements have been completed for Ihe JJebeis to participate in 15 County Shuffle League Mike's 3; Shuffle Inn, 2 West End, 4; Subway, 1 Friendship, 4; Belly's 1 Steel Rail, 5; Shafcr's, 0 Won Lei Sleel Rail 71 2 Wcsl End 67 3 Shafer's 60 4( Friendship 57 4 Subway 49 5 Belly's 38 6 Mike's 34 6 Shuffle Inn 24 7 Schedule Betty's at Steel Rail Bear Wulchinp Utah Quint Could Win Title By ROBERT f, ALKIRE SALT LAKE CITY (API-Utah's underdog Redskins arcn'l belting lhal Ihe Kansas City NCAA basketball finale Saturday night will be m all-Ohio af/air. The Redskins, who leave here Wednesday to prepare for Iheir ^CAA semifinal wild Cincinnati asl season Irimmed champioi Ohio State here 97-92. And lhis Reds Trounce Minnesota By 10 To 4 Sr-nr» ORLANDO, Kla. (APl-Cincin nati's Reds staged a 16-hit upris ing Tuesday including home runs by Wally Post and Jerry Lynch rimming Minnesota's Twins KM n an exhibition baseball game, ing Minnesota a short-lived 4- Bob Purkey, the Reds' winning down to take the victory after si) innings of work. Howie Nunn shu out the Minnesotans over the las three innings. Pitcher Jim Kaat, who took th Exhibition Baseball By Thi Mi«l»l«l Prill WEDNESDAY'S CAME! Philadelphia vi. Delrolt l Lakeland Kansji Cily u. St. I/iuis it St. Peltn burl Baltimore v*. Cincinnati al Tampa New York v«. Milwaukee at Brtdenton triicajio A vs. I'HtiburEh at Korl ,Me X'Miimtsdi vs. I/i Angelps ( N l at ve Reach x-MLnnso(a vj, Washington al Pompano Beach San Francisco vs. IAS Angeles fA Palm Sprlngi x-Mlnnei«« playing with spill moat Chicago (N 8. Cleveland 6 Boston 12. toe Anffrles 3 Shafer's at Friendship West End at Shuffle End Mike's at Subway Bulldogs and Rebels, were represented on the first team. Martinsburg placed three players and South High contributed two. The Rebel's had Ihe distinction of placing the only repeater from last year.jn.the person of the slick hackcourt veteran, Charlie Walker, wlio made it along with t e a m m a t e Jim Smith. Smilh also is a senior. JIM SMITH Reb Star Makes Squad Picked from the conference champion, Martinsburg, were John Karns, Tim Bartok and Gary Phalen. The Bulldogs successfully defended their league title this year with that threesome playing the key roles. North and Soulh Hagerstown Bill Harman, one of the most successful mentors at South High, is returning for his fifth straight season as coach of the baseball team. He has already started workouts for the pitch ers and catchers, with the balance of tlie squad slated to slart drilling before the week is out Couuty Shuffle League Plaus Benefit Danee_ The Washington Counly Shut- Harman. who has never had a; f | eboard osmg season since taking ovcr;,, m dancf , Thursday night, wi : the baseball reins at -South, will| lhe pltbli invjtcd ^, nd eason Ute aggregation is about wice as tough, individually and ollectively. Ohio Stale plays St. Joseph's 'riday in the other semifinal. Utah, led for the most party by -foot-9 second team All-America lilly iThe Hill) McGill, simply vernowcred Loyola of Los An- elcs and Arizona State Univer- ity-in the Far West Regionals, vinning 91-75 and 88-80 against hold a ben- ilh opening lilt. Street. Tickets mav . In lheir inaugural contest onjbc obtained from any Counly April 6 the Rebels will trave to Shuffloboan! League team spon- Wayhesboro tor a 4 p. m. battle sor or at lhc door with the Indians. The first home game for the South High baseball squad is by the Noveltones. carded for Saturday, April 8, when the Cranbrook School from Michigan visits' here for an 11 a. m. tilt. 11 will be the third year in a row that Cranbrook has visited this city. The Rebels will conclude their, baseball season at Frederick on; May 23. he Buckeyes in the title game, 'he Utes would not expect to lumble or neutralize Lucas, but Dancing will be from 8:30 until 11:30, with music furnished Homers Feature Cubs Win Over Cleveland, 8-6 In track and field, South Highifi c i. l p r r now has seven meets listed v'"-' CHARLIE WALKER Only Repeater each had a player named tn the all-loop second squad, the Hub'sjare nending'dates. Richie Hawkins and the Rebels'! Bi " Maletzky will coach the Eddie Strawthcr joining B ob! Rebcl t r a c k m c n ' w h ° wil1 Stauffer and Bill Poffenhergcr of Frederick and Westminister's Dale Frcynan. MESA. Ariz. 'AP_Rookie cut- Dann ? "an be matched. It was a sometimes ragged and Tratic sophomore Ulah team thai opped Ohio State here before, and ttcGill, a gangly beanpole, got baset-for-baskft and rebound-for- ·ebound with Lucas. McGil! has leveled off some of he rough spots in his floor play ince then and his shooting ability las gone from sensational to miraculous. jinto action on April '13 in a tri- 'angular meet at Greeneastle. Listed below are the baseball This meant that all five teamsJHi'gh: had representatives on either! Ihe first or second squads. The! CVAL was whittled to a five- toam wheel for basketball purposes at the close of the 1959-60 campaign when the two Cumberland schools, Fort Hill and Allegany, withdrew but chose to retain (heir football affiliation. Homer Brooks, Frederick mentor, served as chairman of the coaches' committee making the selections at the meeting in Berkeley Springs (W. Va.). and track schedules for Soulh Entries ... Bowie... llcsillts BASEBALL April 6--Waynesboro, Away. April 8-C'ranbroolc School, Home. April 11-- Willlainsport, Away. April 14--Westminster, Away. April 18--Frederick--Home. April 20--Montgomery Away. Blair. FIRST oldi; * furlongs, fiellevue Bowl HBxHayle'a Bo; Spry ... ll4()ur Nana . Kcwrioiily Capl. Miss 114 Loveladles Sky'a Dinah .. lllFlnd Fault Niflht Leaper llflMr. Bluea , Lazy Toes ... lllxLouls A.H. 3-yeari FIRST--tt.Ki, claiming, 4 ·/ear olds [and up, lurlongs. ._ n I: Bill Huey, 114 (Bright) .. l«.to7.U5.4l) " '"[Big N., Ill (Van Hoc*) .'.'.'.'.'.'. , '. i.lt i)6 Time--1:13 2-S. Bremerton, Sure Proof, lift'OdYsseus, Chanling Lady, Momus, Sin- 1 1 iioltlow will, Ginny R., Kits Blackie end · · *" d.ln r /·,...,,! .1 . . . . . Dreamers Gold IHNannle's Pride 111 So Little ... lieCorfc O'Lcis 116 SECOND RACE--H.SOO; elm.; 3-year eldt; 4 furlongi. Easter Cryital also ran. Did xSun Castle .. lllLabourea . . . . 111 Swinging Sanlee Ill Sword 111 Brides Belts Mr. Free Time 116Royal Bonnie 116 Sag Cres . .. lianan Proof .. 116| al5 » xQulcfc Marie tOSxl'ennyposl ... l l l l March Lion .. 116Sanguinary m xSpeedy IdavUle .. Answer . . . IQSBachelor Daze _I_16 T H I R D RACE--J3~,500j elm.; 4yeaT olds I. upj l im miles. SECOND-H.SOO. claiming, 3 yea maidens, 6 lurlongs. Lido Gal, 111 ICOrlt) 4 « 3.10 ISO SlaXed, na (Boland) . . 4.10340 Well Dow, 117 (Clark) 4-5. Jolle Lan, Lovely ig. Whirling Nurse, Marble Top, Bun- Toes, Evlsam, Sho Far, Haste Bid DAILY DOUBLE-BUI Huty and Lido 1"|(1-J) paid US.OO. Jacqueline Rose 114 xl.ady chsrmcr ]09 Scariff Bain Bu£h IHxChiricahua 120Deucie Up All Nlgnl, lit (ShuH 115 dq-Wadobt, m (Block) 114 FOURTH RACE--11,500) clm.I t vr. elds up; furlonsi. xSlsm R«y .. 106Kno-Knnx . . . . 116 Match Box ... liexlligh River .. Ill Time Clock .. 1203rave New Play Room lie World 116 xaTcmple Hill 1HSI. Marks 1 . " xCool Judgement Quiz Mar . . . I l l 2nd U l A r d ' THIRO-13,000, claimino, 3 year olds, furlongs. April 24--Waynesboro, Home. April 28--North High, Away. May 2-St. Maria, Home. May 5--Westminster, Home. May 8--Clear Spring, Home. May 10--Mercersburg, Away. May 16-North High, Home. May 19--St. Maria, Away. May 23--Frederick, Away. TRACK April 7--Pending. April 13--Triangular Meet at Greeneastle against Way nesboro ant! Greeneastle. April 19-Pen.ding. April 29--St. James Invitation al Meet. May 6--CVAL Meet at Frederick. May 9--Triangular Meet at Frederick against Freder ick and Montgomery Blair, May 12-Ncrth High at South High (night). May 20--District Meet Frederick. o Cubs an 8-6 victory ftver the Cleveland Indians. Right-hander Frank Funk, mak ng his first spring appearance p as the victim of the assault, which enabled the Cubs to wipe ul a 6-4 deficit. Mel Wright ourth of five Chicago pitchers as the winner. The Indians scored five runs on even hits during the first two nnings off starter Bob Anderson Tito Francona's third spring omer accounted for three o hem. Catcher John Romano also homered for the Tribe. 149 000 1W-6 U lot 0101«-» 8 Grant. Schaelfer (6), Funk 18) and Rt mano; Anderson, Brewer (4), Curtis 15 Wright 7). Elston S) end Barragan Thacker (91. W--Wrighl. I^Funk. ' Home runs--Ocvclantf. Francona, mano. Chicago. Mathews, Murphy, Wi lams. Kleiner Alfred, III (SHIef) 7.10 .» 3.20 i.tt 4.00 - ., i.n Tlme-l:l5 3S. Charlie Lamb, OaKen Buckel, Green Hat, Adrilllo, Famelown, Balriyscapn and Windy Flight also ran. CXJ--Disqualified hi to Int. FOUR7H-S3,SOO, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. 116 On The Lawn, 111 Eskimo Salt Water Tilly .. 116 ilSSuper Highway I1C xaKentucky lie Boman ... I l l i-Allrado Stible-Mastrandre* cnlry. T I FTH RACE-- t), 503; mdns.i 4-year oldi A up: i furlongs. Could Be You HSOIrthday Gilt Round Pie . Ulllmo- Speranza xCountry Romance TOa-Gai 120 . 120Temperance .. 115 sRocky . 115 Fairway . . . . 110 Calder ..... 120 HOFair chick 115 lisnarrlslcr Twl? 120 (Williams) . . Wing Again, 11! (Block) Fignilng in icnamben) H-OO 10.10 itt 4.20 J « . -, Bountiful Lady, Cannibal and Herondas FIFTH--53,500, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 lurlongs. Beairyaltai, III (S*. .. Allanger, l» [Shepnjrd] Millers Wander, 119 CKratr) OS. (Shuk) May 27--Maryland State Meet at College Park. Dodgers Take Slugfest Off Braves, 16-15 BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) _ Catcher Johnny Roseboro's seconc two-run homer of the game boost s Dodgers to a 'the Mllwaukci ed the Los Angek 16-15 victory oier Braves Tuesday in a wild 11-in xGoIdcn Heels llOLucily Yours Star Ice . 120Tommie Dick Colonel BUih J20 SIXTH VAH-M.IN; dm.,- · olds up; i Seventeen Jewel . . . . Tornal xDear Delinquent Helen B. Nimble .. In Content Saldlcre . . . . \Shah Pel . . . 1l4\Far Away 117 Hllli Substantial . HSxSpy Gem ... Swept Scamp lUMald O'Sleel SEVENTH-U500, ctaimira, 3 year Ids, 1 1/16 miles. lie's Boy, H» (Kritt) . 31.10 K.U 7.10 Melrosi Loo/ 119 (Curmone).. 7.00 7. 1141.herry Jubilee 114 117_j__ SEVENTH RACE--M.WOI elm.l 4 oldt Jt upl 7 furlOTiBI. Destiny Miss Unknown . . . IMMelUancie . . . . Nataftar lllRoclihcwn Snommls . . H l x S p a r t a n War Counlcis Oil 113VLr-Marle EIOHTH RACE--»3,0fl«l clm.I -Vlir oldl t UPI 1 1/11 mllll. Nuonc lie.Nautlcal Jive 10' Gentle Knock 119aMr. Minx ... 118 Red'( Five Bally Rocket lie Aeei . 114Fr»h Paint 111 Double Flight aWlll Ot Allah 122 3ni IISU/o 119 Cremona 2nd HOCanard 116 tOiud.int »nlry. NINTH RACi-«3,«OOj clm.I ]-ytTr old.i 1 1/H mlltl. Muatard Prow 114 Cutter .... IKxBold Red . . . . 1(« PhllJy-Del 112Navieo 1H Count Cits- .. . 114«Top Show . 100 Brother Hind? lUShake For Oil 1« Ble Buck .... 114FloSreym .... 109 Delusion ... 109 X-l Lin. AAC. Braves Farm Ten MILWAUKEE (AP)-The Mil waukee Braves Tuesday an nounced assignment of 10 young players to their farm system. Pitchers Bob Uecker, Claii Hlckman, Hank Fischer, l^arry Maxic and Phil Niekro; shortstop Rick Herrschcr, and catcher James Hay went to Louisville Vancouver received pitcher Noe Nickelsen, and sent to Waycros. minor league training headoAior ers, for reassignement were pilch era John Braun and Dennis Over by. Dr. Dubious/ 1D9 (Boland) Glouceslcr Road, 114 !L«s) Time-- 1:» 1-5. Imperial . , Third Dream, Idle Threats, Native Porl, ieau Pond, Harolds Reward, Mr. Bowie, Hidden Mirtn and Monlego Bay also ran ning exhibition slugfest. ...... ,,,,,,,, ,.,,, Roseboro belted his initial bias Time-i:?; i-s. Dansiir, Fire Caniain, I in a pinch anrtcarancc in the se\ osalba ana Miss Tradlllon also ran, L...U n t ,,.,, T,-.,.,-.. . Chewsville Club Meets This Evening The Chewsville baseball clul will hold an important meeting this evening at the home o James Wolfinger. Manager Dick Smith said th meeting will start at 7:30. A] players, club officials and candidates for team berths are asked .0 attend. Several business items will, be discussed, Smith said. One will )e the possibility o[ purchasing new uniforms for this season. "« . , . -- -- " Ranged a two-run tnpie 8 m l ' s o t a short-lived 4-3 Exhibitioii Standings jlead in the third inning. Otherwise the Twins extracted only singes from Purkey. Gus Bell contributed three hits for the Iteds including a double, and scored two runs. Pittsburgh 1'hiljdrlphil Milwaukee SI. Unils CincinnAll Minnesota 102 OX 100-10 16 1 Drtrc.it 1U 000 000- U I - TM Purkey, Nunn 7 and Edwardsi Kaat. Oltl (6) and Narjgon. Henry U). W- Purkey. I^-Kat. Home run--Cincinnati, Lyncti, Posi. ggressive offensive play an;l rcd- ot shoaling. '-IT i Coach Jack Gardner, McGill| 1 anKCCS md Hie others would like nothing! rp · . letter than to upset Cincinnati 1 L'cUlllllff ind tangle · ith Jerry Lucas and By Tlii Associated Preli NATIONAL LEAGUE 3 .750 .53 loston Kansas Cily Chicago . . . Cleveland Washinirlon :ele 4 6 .400 11 H 8 .m AMERICAN LEAGUE . . . 9 3 .750 3 .700 4 .667 Errors Pave Way For Sox . 12-3 Victory ; PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP)? The Los Angeles Angels committed six errors Tuesday and got, belted hy the Boston Red Sox 12-' i for their seventh loss in 10 ex- libition baseball games. / The lied Sox used only one i regular player, third baseman Frank Malzonc as Rip Hepulskl saced the Boston assault with, three hits-- a home run, double md single. Angel shortstop Ken Hamlin was charged with three errors and Ted Kluszewski had a pair. Center fi?lder Alhie Pearson dropped a fly ball in center in the seventh inning as the Tied Sox scored (wice without a hit, Boston Los Angeles (A) 015 3IH 200-li I! 0 010 200 050-! a t .400 .Son .300 .230 llillman. Wilson 5, Schwall' (9) and ;r,llei Bowslietd, Norris HI. M»»s (5. Cigar i) and Hoditn. Sidowikl (}). W-Hlllman. L^Bowltltlil. Home runs--Boston, Repulskl. Loi Angeles, Hunt. ST. PETERSBURG. Fla. (AP) -The New York Yankees will shift their spring training headquarters experience has taught then he from St. Petersburg to Fort Laud- crdale next year and the New In 29 games year, the Bob Shaw Ends His Holdout CHICAGO (APt - Pitcher Bob Shaw, a holdout (or the 23 days since spring training began. Tues- York learn of the Nalional League to wSe to lennLr*tth will take their place at St. Peters- ?-y - c «- me le TM s -'-burg. The expected move of the Yankees was confirmed Tuesday by the Yankees and St. Petersburg officials, Under a 10-year contract wilh the Yanks, the city of Fort Laud- erdalc will build a new {600,000 stadium with an estimated ca White Sox President Bill Vecck. Vceck huddled with Shaw at Comiskey Park and announced ''we hcive worked out our differences." Vceck did not say whelher the club met Shaw's demand for $3.000 more than originally offered in his W61 contract. It was re.''ported Shaw who had 13-13 slender Negro from Los Angeles canned 450 points, 15.5 a game, for a .478 percentage. In the same lumber of games t L: s season, he las stuffed in R05 points, 27.7 a 1 lame, for a .523 percentage. Gardner modestly labels McGi!! 'one of the greatest offensive centers in collegiate basketball listory. ern facilities. The stadium is! scheduled to be completed next] February, last season, was trimmed $20,000 last year to $17,000 Duke Snider Is Wanted By Yanks VKRO BEACH, Fla. (AP)-The \'ew York Yankees still want lugger Duke Snider. And the Los \ngeles Dodgers still aren't ready '.o nart wilh him. Yankee General Manager Roy Hamey sat next to Dodger General Manager Buzzie Bavasl Monday at the Yanks-Dodgers exhibition. "We're still trying to get Duke," Hamey said afterward, "and I'll keep on talking to him 'until I get a definite turndown or accept- nce." Said Bavasi: "It's too early. Manager Walt Alston hasn't made up his mind as to which players he will keep." Racing "We both were pleased wilh the final solution," said Veeck. "You can say we reached an amicable agreement." By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Curry Of Phils Reported AWOL CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) Another of the Philadelphia Phillies is AWOL-outtielder Tony Curry has disappeared from the spring training camp and presumably is h?aded for his home in '.he Bahamas. There was no explanation al-. though his roommate, outfielder race track Tuesday. ir^*tr* .u MI rot. i_-iii n " J ^diJdujfjia iuii t:u LU Kenneth W Thornhill's Brave faur goals in , he third m Pilot made all Ihe pace lo win Tllcsdav night to dcfcat the chi . he Coquette Purse at Aqueduct cago B1ack JIawks t2 and take a ,. 0 ]ead in lhelr be sW . 7 scmi . . . . The 4-year-old daughter of Jet fj nal scr ies for hockey's Stanley - - Pilot-Narrative, ridden by veteran Hedley Woodhouse, stepped the 6 furlongs in the good time of 1:11 4-5. Brave Pilot won by 2H lengths! over Audrey Davis' Miss Cloudy, who took the place by a nose over Edward M. O'Brien's Linda J.A. Solid Choice in the betting with Boul Is Postponed PATEUSON, N.J. (APt - The eii;ht-round middleweight bout scheduled for Saturday night be- tvveen Jose Torres of Jfetv York and Bobby Barnes of Wilkes- Barra, Pa., has been postponed unlil Saturday, April I. Dr. William Cassio, state ath- jCanadiens Score Win MONTREAL (AP)-The Montreal Canadians roared to life with lelic commissioner doctor, said Torres reported ill with a cold and tonsillitis at a pre-fight examination. The pink flamingo spends Cup. hours preening and primping. Te;l Savage, told club officials that Curry appeared highly emotional Monday nipht after making an overseas telephone call. "1 think he had problems at home." Curry is tlie second player tn leave without permission. Jim Owen, a right-handed pitcher, quit March 10 after an argument with General Manager John Quinn. paid $4. Jockey Jsckie Yother suffered head and neck injuries in a spill of Frankie Laine on the parade to 'rior^n-ll llle P° S ' fol ~ the f ° UI " (n raC6 ' ' .ElTM"j I was taken to a hospital. Hospital no fractures, but that Yolher would he kept over night. Epigraff 11 Scratched LONDON (AP)-The Russians Tuesday withdrew the ailing Epi graft 11, the best of their three dorses, from next Saturday's Grand National Steeplechase. The Russian contingent, which has added new color and intcrcs to Britain's greatest steeplechase is thus reduced to Grifel ant Reljef. Howard Sidelined Wilh Chipped Bone BRADENTON, Fla. (API-Bit r rnnk Howard, whom the Ixis Angeles'Dodgers are counting on or the long ball, will be out nf action for al least two weeks with a chipped bone in his left thumb. He suffered the fracture Monday against the New York Van- tees. Xrays disclosed the injury Tuesday. Howard, who led the Dodgers vith 23 homers last year, was in- iurcd on a tag play at first base. SIXTH-Sl.SOC. claiming, nd up, 6 furlongs. lockfasT, m {Corle) , U,0g 11.U4.00 alley Hill, 113 (Bound) ll.if) 11.(0 .tutntlii, 107 (Lovato) . u.io Time--1:13 i-5. Eda's Star, Legul Gain, iunrod, Ich Bin ana Cup O'Cotffe also an. lenlh. That gave the Dodgers year oidsl 1 4 ' 1 2 advantage which was wiped out on Del Crandall's bases-loaded! !impicoT, 111 (BoljmJ) 7.U Trtne-l:» 1-S Jeffs Jet, Ovcrulla. Vil- eneuve, Harwood, Carl Johnjon, Fiery lar and Wood Counly also rsn. EIGHTH-JJ.7M, claiming, 4 year olds nd up, I 1/16 miles. , 'ro-Bracfly, . (Culmone) 4.M 4.09 .». f.M 5.P3 . ... 4.00 Jade, Trie N1!4TH-«.700. ctilmlng, X year olds md up, 1 I/1J miles. Chiimir Selle, lit (BI«k) 11.M4.H3.W Evir So Humble, 111 (NorWculll i.tg l.so Adlbull, IK IRegtlbutg) «,N T[me-l:51. Maymll, Colltd Bow, Dsr- «h, OaunUess, TempFe BelTe, Oil Heiress. Miss CaFesbv, Post OffTce, Lanham Lady and Jenny Lockharl alio ran. single in the Braves' ninth. After Roseboro's second homer, off rookie Bobby Botz, Johnny Logan homered in the last of the 1Mb tor the Braves. The Dodgers collected 18 hits and the Braves 17. Rookie Carl Warwick had a three-run homer and five liBI for Los Angeles, while Al Spangler banged out four hits for Milwaukee. Los Anncles (N) 2W 2H 200 02--16 13 1 Milwaukee 2»1 OZ7 001 OI-1S 17 1 l l innings) Newcombe, William.* Rosehoro ( 7 ; Ru ]mqu uhl, (5), Rakow If}. and Camllll, . ul£t , Duller 13), MacKen- , , tie (E). CloninRer (7). McMahnn B), Bou no) and Crandall. W. Home tuns-- las Angeles. Warwick, Rpseboro 2. Milwaukee, Logan. Allendsnce: 7.M. Tofal Handre: srjt. Western Division Playoffs Set NEW YORK (AP) - Maurice ?odoloff, president of the Nalion- al Basketball Association, Tuesday announced tlie dates and sites tor the bcst-of-7 Western Division playoff final between St. Louis and Los Angeles. The schedule: March 21, Los Angeles at St. Louis; 22, Los Angeles at St. Louis; 24, St, Louis at Los Angeles; 25, St. Louis al Los Angeles. If necessary: 27, Los Angeles at St. Louis; 29, St. Louis at Us Angeles; April 1, Los An gcles at St. Louis. Elgin Baylor Stars ST. 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