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TUESDAY AFTERNOON. 'JULY <?,'!963 THE NORTH 'ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT NINE National League Favorite in Annual All-Star Contest Pesky Is Worried About Gene Con ley Racing Data Green Mountain Attendance 3,579. Handle, $132,769, Berkshire Downs Attendance 1943, Handle $123,408. CLEVELAND third baseman (AP) — Boslon Frank Malzone will bat cleanup for Ihe American League in Ihe All - Star Game today despite a sore neck. But Ihe ills bothering Red Sox manager Johnny Pesky are the bum ankle and wing owned by Gene Conley. Pesky serving as a coach for New York's Ralph Hou!;, the A.L. skipper. Carl Yaslrzemski, Ihe league leading batsman at .334. is the alternate left fielder behind Los Angeles' Leon Wagner. Tlie live-man Sox delegation is completed by pitchers Dick Radatz and Bill Monbouquetle. Boston reached Hie halfway point in Ihe pennant race in Ihird place, six games behind New York and .010 back of runncrup Chicago. "I'm very satisfied with tlie way our team lias played so far." Pesky said, "Who expected us to be up this high at the All- Star break? "We'll need we are leading Ihe league in hitting but pitching is the blgj thing. I see no reason why Monbou-'Qff 2nd Half quelle and Earl Wilson canV, ' ' ^ keep pitching the way they have VA/JiL J A \A/J n in the first half. Right now I plan TT Mil I— T TT III to keep those two in the starting rotation with rookies Dave More head and Boh Heffner. "But Ihe key to Ihe thing, I think, can be Conley. If he can come back and give us the pilch ing that he gave the team lasl year il would be a big lift. "He won 15 games last year, and he's only won two this season. Think how much it will help if his arm comes around and he can win seven or eight for ns in the second half. He's capable of doing it." Bothered by an ankle injury acquired in the National Basketball Association with the New York Knicks, Conley was off form until he was placed on the disabled list recently. Before he was pulled out of starting rola- good pitching to lion, he admitted his arm also slay in the pennant fight. I know'hurt him. Sharkey Assails Easy Boxing Life Nelco opened tlie second half of Ihe Adams Industrial Softball League by sinking Hooker Chemical, 7-4, Art Keller the winning chucker, Puppolo the loser. Bill Carlow had a homer and a triple and five runs baited in. Larry Lemoine drove in two run: Mill a homer and single. R. Puppolo, Lucicr also hit tri pies. RBls: B. Carlow 5, L. Lc- moine 2, Gaffey, R. Lemoiue, Gusmerini 2. Feature catches were turned in by Saunders and Rondeau, The line score: Nelco 003 022 x—7 Hooker 020 020 0—4 Green Mt. Results FIRST—Time 1:01. Castolon (Ernst) Sermon (Tuccia) 5.00 3.40 2.40 6.00 4.20 Mamies Relic (Thorndike) 2.GO SECOND—Time 1:01. Mr. Hadera'(Fiato) 3.60 2.80 2.GO Off Side "By TOM McSHANE Back on Aug. 1, 1934 a skinny 14-year-old kid out of Pawlucket, R.I,, "jumped Ihe fence" to watch the horses run at Narra- ganselt Park in his home town. He was collared by the guards but instead of being escorted out of the place he was put to work scraping the plates in the park's kitchen for H. M. Stevens Inc. That job began a span of service with Stevens that lias covered 20 years. 4 * * The kid that jumped the fence back in 1934 is now manager of [he H. M. Stevens unit at Green Mountain Park in Pownal, Vt., Eugene Joseph Slrzesak, who may be seen nightly watching over proceedings at the park's beautiful clubhouse restaurant and at the grandstand cafeteria. * « * "I've never regretted the day I was put to work as a scullery boy," Mr. Siizespk said the other night while we were enjoying a conversation with "You My Page (Brown) Link-A-Linh (Duceiol couldn't find a better company to work for anywhere." * * * Promotions in the Stevens ranks have come steadily for Mr. Strzesak who has worked at just nbout every major racing piant in one capacity or another for the Stevens company. Before coming lo Pownnl he was the firm's manager at the Rockingbam 5.60 3.SO] Park, Salem, N,H., harness track 4.20' meet. EPPING, N.H. (AP)—Apathy is hurting boxing and inactivity may do the same to heavyweight champion Sonny Listen says Joseph Cukosckay. Joe who? Better make thai Jack Sharkey, former heavy weight king and still squire of Epping. Born Cukosckay, Sharkey blames the easy life ol the times for the decline of the ring sport. "It's easy to [Mint out why boxing and Ihe interest in it is fading," Sharkey said. "All the kids look for today is the easiest way out. When I was a kid it was nothing for me to walk two or three miles for a loaf of bread. We were in shape in those days, we had to be. "The amateur boxing structure is as important to boxing as the minor leagues are lo baseball. Amateur-boxing is Ihe fodder for professional fights. "You can count on one hand today the number of real contenders in each division throughout the country. As a matter of fact, 1 bet you can't name three in each division that are strong contenders. At least I can't. "St's a physical impossibility lo create professional fighters without a solid amateur program to base it on. "In the old days, there would be as many as 40 to 50 fighters fighting on an amateur card. Today, you're lucky to get 10 or a dozen. They things to do." How about the have too many coming Liston* Daily Double (10-5) Paid $11.80 THIRD—Time 1:00 4-5. Admiral Calhoun (Fiato) 10.40 3.20 2.60 Floyd Patterson rematch in Las' Bettcr Catch (Cardetlo) 2.GO 2.40 : Also at the Pownal track, but not associated wilh Ihe Stevens EUGENE J. STRZESAK Co. is Mr. Strzesak's son, E. Joseph Strzesak Jr., -who at 23 years of age is director of admis- sipns. * * * "This track is bound to catch on; it's one of [he most beautiful in tile country and I'm sure that as time goes on the attendance handle will improve steadily," he said. * * + Mr. and Mrs. Striesak, who nal, living in a during the molel at Pow- meeting, have, as he put it "fallen in love with this area. If it were possible," he said, "we would build a home here and live here the year around." » * *• The gal the lady pro golfers would love to see join them- had the time of her life this week, competing In the Lady Carting Eastern Open tournament. And for Jo Anne Gunderson of Providence, R. I., the $10,000 com petition at Pleasant Valley Country Club in Button wss strictly the line of a vacation. She finished second. * * » Miss Gunderson, the Washington native who won the women's national amateur championship for the third time last summer, will defend her title at Taconic Golf Club next month. * * * "Tills is the way I like lo play Ihe game, for the fun of it," said (he 23-year-old blonde. "I don't really believe I would enjoy playing golf for a living." There have been rumors for the past several years that Jo Anne. a graduate of Arizona State College, plans to turn professional. The rumors says. are baseless, she "It's one thing for me to come up here from Providence and play in a tournament wilh these girls," she said. "The competition Is wonderful, the best. It does won dei's for my game. "But going through this week after week—not for me. I'll stick with my job and play golf for fun." Vegas? "One (lung stands out in my rnind," Sharkey replied. "This year's layoff may have hurt Liston more than Patterson. "Listou is not the type of trainer that I was. I was always intent on working hard and being in the best possible shape. "Sonny is more of a glory boy. In Ihe long run. that conld hurt." Sharkey recalls the first round barrage by which Liston floored Patterson and lifted his title. "The next bout should go longer," Sharkey said. "Floyd's pride suffered badly. He's a very game guy and just won't give up. 2.60 First Pinch (Alonso) FOURTH—Time 1.41. Plater's Hope (Thorndike) 6.20 3.40 2.80 Nochs Butterfly (Hooper) Gold Coast Inn (Cardcllo) FIFTH—Time 1:00 2-5. Noble Empress (Ernst) Merchants Best Transcript Nine Merchants nipped (he Tran- 18.80 5.80 script, 6-5 in the Old Timers Solt- 2.80 2.40 2.20 3.40 ball League Mori Frcedman besting Randy Trabold. Schmidt hit a homer and triple, Super Ala (Diaz) Hold Ihe Phone (Brown) SIXTH—Time :S9 2-5. Dunfrealh Turkey (Fiato) Hayden a Iriple and Whitman, Ba- 2.80 2.20|.shevkin, Beckwith and Davison 2.00 had doubles. The line score: Merchants 12.00 3.80 2.80 Seward Lad (Green) Toot (Culshaw) SEVENTH—Time 1 2.60 2.40 2.80 :0l 1-5. Transcript 320 001 x-6 120 010 1—5 around, He's no! the greatest out has done very well because the opposition has not been as powerful as it should have been to adequately weed out a cham- The 60-year-old Sharkey lost on a foul to Max Schmeling for the vacated world heavy crown in IB30 but outpointed him for tlie tille two years later. Sharkey's reign was ended by Primo Camera. Sharkey, however, feels his toughest fight was April 7, 1923 against a Canadian mountie named Jack Renault. "The temperature in the Boston Arena was about 120 degrees," Sharkey recalls, "We fought 10 rounds and I gained the decision. It probably would have to be described the toughest fight." Fearsome Four Of Grid Giants Comes to Close NEW YORK (API—The New! York Gianls' famed defensive unit, the "Fearsome Foursome," is no more. The Gianls broke up the vaunted front line unit by trading tackle Koosevcll Grier lo Los An- gclcs Monday for tackle John Lo Vetere and a high draft choice. Grier, 31, a 6-foot-o, 2!10-pouiid- er, combined with tackle Dick Modzelewski and ends Jim cavage and Andy Rohustelli tlie Giants' front line that helped M]ss Jc;in Day win five Eastern Division titless Moruzzi Again Takes Medalist Honors in Loop C. Moruzz: once again won med- alist honors in the Hunter's Golf League al the North Adams Country Club, carding 39 lasl night. Other low scores: J. Holloway 40, V. Girardi 42, H, Dupuis 44, G. Franz 45. Team scores: Moruzzi 4; Franz 0; Holloway 3; Dupuis 7. •sfic Action (Oliver) 4.80 3.00, Bella Negra (TViornriikel 2/10 EIGHTH—Time 1:41 2-5. Golden Advisor (Alonso) 11.00 7.40 4.20 Venturing (Cardella) 20.00 7.00 Bay Hornet (Thorndike) 2.60 Dunthreath Turkey Wins Feature Race POWNAL, Vt. (AP)—A crow v ot 3,579 was on hand last night at Green Mountain Park to watch Dunthreath Turkey win the feature race. Dunlhrealh Turkey covered Ihe five furlongs in 59.2 seconds and paid $12.00, ?3.GO and $2.80. The total handle was $132,769. Schouler League Shapiro II, Quinn's 5, Mike McCarthy the winner. Carsno the loser. Fred Scully had a big night at bat, two home runs and four runs batted in. Chilson hit a homer for Shapiro. The line score: Shapiro 023 321—11 10 2 Quinn's 04(1 010— 533 Green Mt. Entries Knt- Hinsdale Results aril one National Football League championship. LoVeterc, 27, is fi-fool-'S and weighs 285. He has been in the league five seasons a nd three times has been chosen as FIRST—Time 2:13..?. (Coville) li.20 4.150 3.20 PP Hn/se Jockey Dobbi Mahoney Ernst Superior Pick (Burgess) 2.40 2.60J f. Sally Slouch 3 Saucy Gin 7 Crceklct 5 Gala Roman fl Rapid Ways 1 Chris R. 10 Party Choice 4 Candy Taker 2 Topaz V/gt. PO 8.5 , _ . .. Thoindike 1 1 'I 2-1 Jeffrey Edan (Berg) SEC OND-Time 2:14.1. [ chand | cr Hanover (Simeszku) SECOND— 2.M'5 McDOKC 2 Assinippl .10.80 B.80 6.60 Cut! Garflan Dardolli Valcri No Boy Cutshaw No Boy No Boy Gargan No Boy 1 Royal Merchant Hooper G Madam Anrla Cardella 119 52 114 4-1 119 Gl 1H 31 119 101 119 12! 119 12-1 110 no 112 110 109 (AP) — Jack (Doc) Kearns would approve of the commotion surrounding his death. The famed manager of ex- champion Jack Dempsey died Sunday at the age of 80. His funeral will be held ot a funeral home al 3 p.m. Wednesday. Dempsey was expected lo arrive in Miami today to serve as a pallbearer. The ex-heavyweight king still called greatest" despite separated them. Kearns a feud "the thai "We gether had and a lot of laughs lo- we made a lot of money," Dempsey once said. "He made me champion." Kearns helped Tex Rickard promote the light between Dempsey and Georges Carpentier at Boyles's 30 acres in New Jersey on July 2, 1921. It turned out to be boxing's first million dollar gale. Fights Last Night ffltf the A-isocintcd Press) ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Joey Limns, 145, Albuquerque, out- poinled Cecil Molt, 144, Tacoma, Wash., 10. Saratoga Entries Cozy Corner Opens 2nd Half With Win Cozy Comer, first half winner, opened the second half of the Tri- Cily Softball League by whipping Berkshire Spartans, 8-4, last night on Noel Field, Milt Gardner, the winner, started the game by fanning the side. His males then came up with five runs off Saulnier. Tommy Pelro's triple was the key blow. Gardner went lo short in the fourth and Petro finished the game, Spartans scored three times in [ he fourth with Pelro tossing, on a single, an error and a long home run by B. Piantoni. J. Delisle's hit drove in the first Spartan (ally in the third inning. When Piantoni's homer closed the gap lo 5-4, Gardner went back lo the mound and put out Ehe blaze, allowing one hit the rest of Ihe way. Cyr hit a homer for Cozy Corner and Billy Hart also had two runs batted in. The line score: Cozy Corner 8 8 3 Spartans 4 5 1 U—Bombardier, Vitali. of Ihem passed up the PGA Lower End Win Big Money DUNEDtN, Fla. (AP) — Golfing's affluent five—Arnold Palmer, Julius Boros, Jack Nicklaus, Tony Lema and Gary Player— didn'l win an official penny last week. Most Canadian Open to go on to Eng land to prepare for the British Open. Their absence allowed the lower end of thq PGA's list of top 10 money winners lo gain ground. Dow Finslcrwald, in sixth place, picked up $fi25 al Toronto. Seventh place Gene Littler won $1,150, and eighth-place Tom Aaron won $1,400. Bruce Crampton finished third at Toronto and the $2,633 he won was enough to boost him to ninth place. Paul Harney, in 10th spot last week, fell off. Hinsdale Entries Rams lop linesman. "The Rams initiated the trade to strengthen their line," saiclj feel that'll be an asset to the defense. Bui we feel it will help us, too, because in addition to gelling LoVelere, Ihe deal should solidify our backficld." Sherman plans to use the draft choice as bait for a deal for a top running back. Grier, who will be starting his eighth season in the league, and the other three members of the Giants defensive unit played together every minute of every season since 1(156, except for 1937 when Grier was in the Army and a few games toward the end ot Ihe 1MO season when Katcavage was hurt. Al Los Angeles, Grier will join Hrland Svare, an old teammate on Ihe Giants and now Ram head coach. "I rank him one of the lop tackles in the league," Svare said. "All of his training and playing has been under the type of defense we will be leaching." The Gianls said LoVetere had impressed them in pre-season game*. I,oVclcrfl attended Complon Junior College hul did not piny foolball there. He was signed by the Rams as a free agent af- ler he had played service football., 3 Bright Mark H.,J •" " 4 Brass Litstre Chianolla 110 10] Tops Lybrook (Culhane) 3.60 2.40:? Roman Mommy Thorndike 100 12-1 1 Phoebe Victoria 2 Spud Guy 3 Maryland Sunny 4 Lona Springwood 5 Lillo Phonic G Chalidale Irene / Julian's Away 8 Darn Revue SECOND— 1 Dusty's Droarn \2 Echo Ridge Ben 3 Miss Lyndon 4 Edith E. Abbe 5 Charmcue 6 Blondolla Scott 7 Chuckery Corners 8 Freddie's Girl 3.00 8 Queslalairne THIRD— 2 a-Ambidexier 7 Quick Income Direct Image (Mattison) 'aily Double (3-5) THIRD—Time 2:13.1. 'l a'-Lighl TraMic 5.20 2.RO 2.M^ " U11J1I ",_„,„„„, Evelyn's Ardent (Beckwilh) J6 Tripi«"no"^'"' 3.20 2.60 5 W '"S S of wind Tennyson Hanover (Watson) 4,40 FOURTH— FOURTH—Time 2:13. Sunny Key (Constantino) FIRST— 1 Kiriarney Colleen 2 Kadeyross 3 Teddy Maine '1 Blukc 5 Yankee Darlin P. Ri!SSOi& Mr. Mcnbee L. Bourgon,? D VV C R. Hoiirihan'8 Pegey Regent G. Chreticnj SECOND— R. Hamilton ] Seneca Hanover E. Moore 2 Flexible Abbey D. Bromley 3 Aaiccla J. Larenlel^ Money Solicilor 5 Borilerview Oan G Sylvan Dell 7 Mr. Freight B Indico Star THIRD — 1 Rive/view Del . L. Drayton A. Nason . B. Patterson M. Peter L. Berry Summer Basketball Lions B Rivard o Alcombright 0 D'Arcangelo 8 Bernard! 4 Scrivens 5 Gwodz ' 2 Durant 3 lacuessa o Gallese 0 Totals 22 SPrague B Palashnick 2 Bullelt 4 Gentile S Hnrlbut 2 Rogowski 1 Tavnrcs o Totals 14 Officials: Ed Noel, Dan Stone VI. Gateway Trent! R. Boisjolie Schulze Less Cariddi Alticre B .. 7 ... 6 ... 0 2 ... 4 ... 4 L. George I Totals 24 C». K B McConnell 5 Loring 0 F. LaRouech 'G. Roidcr K. Hecney H. Goodsoll G. Thompson W. Blondgood 3 Stuart's F. Tinglcy 4 2 Princess R Miss Rupert THIRD— 15 Red Rogue (Third and final dash lor fillies. 6 Nellro Dreezfr oils or geldings that finished lirsl,|7 Borderviow Nettie thirrt or fourth in the first.a Secret Reward 12,80 5.00 3.40 Somcrs Girl (Phetteplncc) •4.fiO 4.20 Leo Mahoncy (Townsend) 4. BO FIFTH— Time 2:11.1. 1 Pilot Jim I My Lillle Fella 6 Tin'/ Cascade 8 Baylonia Smith No Boy Smilh Harrison Green Hanson Reeves Polion Ernst Cutshaw No Boy 116 116 116 122 IIS 122 111 111 and second elimination dashes.l 3 Wa"sl«l's Baby Thorndike 105 2 Gall And Honey Valerl Brown Pruden 105 8-1 114 10-1 Id! 15-1 Bell Way (Burgess) 12,40 4.M H.OOjT cold WWMy Don Gallon (Beckwilh) 12.40 7.40|5 Tyson D. (Silk) 4.00 SIXTH— Time 2:10.2. Abbott Uell (Berry) 16.00 5.00 5.20 Bullet Hayes (Cassidy) 3.60 .1.60 Scotch Titan (Dagan) 4.2fl vSEVENTH— Time 2: 10. Grand Will (Nason) 8.30 3.80 2,40 Mt. Master (M'tison) 3.20 3.00 Tel's Tip (Carter) EIGHTH— Time 2.08.1. Esquire's Km (Nason) 3.20 2 Renard Collin« Gratitude 7 Ghost O' War 5 Chanfanlo 3 n-War Ditly 6 ChiMn Waten 4 j.Banana Boat 8 Bangless 1 Sea Chinl«r 2 HIpNip 8.40 4.20 2.80 Easter Dawn (Gllman) 2,60 Dudley Hope (Lovely) 2.60 NINTH—Time 2:1.1,2. Adiopola Yales (Collins) 16.00 16.40 6.80 Lord Tass (Copelimd) 4.00 3.40 Abbe's Cliarm (Cornellicr) 25.00., „,„„ Attendance, 1,321; handle, $78,- 2 |jjo* Green Cardclla No Boy Monso No Boy Birkmeier No Boy Ftato 122 Thorndlkt 117 Thorndike 117 Cirdella 122 Benelto 116 DonAhu« 122 7 Or. Arden Farm Bro SEVENTH— 4 Dnn Alcklei Cardelta Ihorndike 109 10-1 5 On Driver 1 Howard'& Choice Oiaz 120 ThornoMKi 117 6 Miss Kn»v< 3 Nat>x 2 Romany Ry« EIGHTH— 6 Disaster 4 Pongfre* A Sudden D 5 Tlghl Hold I Batlle Slrip* Tip 1 Jet Son| Thorndike 104 61 PA&'uarcUi 115 6-1 Thorndlka 111 101 Va.eri 117 Johnston* 12? ATonso 12? Cl,I$rMW I?2 Vatcrf 115 Oliver \\7 Alonso l?0 Alonio 122 1 Easter Music 2 Tawo Oest 3 I. i tile Lassie 4 Joseph Hanover 5 Lillle Viclor 6 f j ctc'i Prida 7 Rcrnahell FfFTH — 1 Jackie o. Z Tallulalt Wick 3 Laud Peter 4 Roy Abbe ' Blue Yonder 6 SMozo 7 Tonar Sir Ga. G.irnsev F. Darish F. Livingston M. Ahoury Sr. f T ..' _.!!_ FOURTH— 1 Nir.i's Pnncc« 2 Whisby Ross 3 Janio Key 4 Pleasant Demon 5 Andala Pixie C. Burgess VV. Padgel A. Mason R. Truitt F. Pike R.' Cornollrcr E. Houle R. Truitt E. Gilman! B, Pike! L. Bony!_ ,. M, Robinsoni Police Snootier 3 Bryson o Roy Sarkis Vadnnis Collins Totals , is S. TwenilieiG Commissioner F. Laftoufich 7 prince Gallon R. Hoirrilmn B Star Santa | FIFTH— R. Hamilton J Mighty Hayes N. Olln • E. Oilman |Daville W. Blake, Dasalti T. PriscOir, ,. eckwilh Scully 8 Boss SrXTH— 1 Kindle 2 Murrrgfln 3 Coloni« Prfnce 4 Rye Bye Ezra 5 Mr. MidniRht G After Hours 7 Worthy Ptomis* 6 Ebony C. SEVENTH — 1 Topaz Pele 2 SlilndrR 3 Meadow Audrey 4 Chipman'i Direct 5 Elvin Rosecrofl 6 Scotch Mercury 7 Fnrhns Rosecrott F) Bev Hi Lr EIGHTH— Oflcnn K. 8Fu« 2 Indian Beach 3 Mabel Haven 4 La To sea's Starlet 5 VHftl Frisco 6 Poor Johnnie Slmcass 8 Abblelwyn NINTH — Rod Arrow 2 Major Prim Paiapsco any 4 Lady Mum Mum 5 MiKs4lcman ft Olro Valley 7 Imperial Hal ft Aml>er W«yn« D. Huff K. Williams K. Carmichaol H, Parker R. Taylor C, Bogardus L. Fancher M. Bloodgood D. Mi K. Heeney M, Aknury Sr, A. Nazarian C. Bogarcfus R. Hamilton 2 Wma Qumlon 3. Rogerdalc Showei S Ben T Halt irJin&lon M. Be t>. Buswcii willinms Q. McKenney M. Bliss JJr. INorcross A. Cassidyi ™ . , M. Rohlnson Totals C. SomorvillO N. Walson , 0 . 4 2 1 16 B . 1 . 7 . 1 . a . i 6 Pat Clanccy 7 Paul Kevin 8 Royal Lady SIXTH — 1 Shcm Don 2 Gay Dean 3 Double Ejrawer 4 Shadydale Dfrect 5 Dinah C 6 Goldic Blackgiiaid 7 Shadydale Sue 8 Terry C SEVENTH— 1 Chippy Volo 2 Princely Direct 3 Billy Bronks 4 Royal Majesty 5 Camilla Mile 6 Danger Signal 7 OORO Boy B Divonhay EIGHTH— 1 Worthy M»Mor> 2 Borderline 3 Volarie 4 Char«* 5 £dgewood Glen 6 a Is 7 Calumat'i Hazil 8 Country Style NINTH— 1 Hot Jave 2 Philip's Laull 4 Sampso PeR n Frisco r Glowaway W. ArlhiifS 6 The Voodoo D Brnmle/|7 The Olinih Ox 0. Chi'iliiS Sunny M F. Blake R. Rankin E. Gilman R. Dagan R. Tapply V. Pizzano W. Collins N. Walson F. Pike H. Hilt! H. Lamb J. Fauchar W. Padgett W. Collins C. Maltlson E, Coville V. Culhane R. Lawrence M. Robinson P. Planli Jr. D. Harp Jr. A Wllsey Jr. M. Robinson L.' Drayton E. fiilmnn R. Ranhin R. Collellft 6. Pellfrson R; Trull! C. Maltiion Lcwill 2 0 1R B 6 Schmidt tVaughton 2 H. Hiirlbul 0 Gallagher I Rys I Huletli 0 Partenope 1 Totals 11 F I 1 1 0 4 2 0 9 F 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 4 0 8 F 1 3 0 2 3 1 1 II F fl 2 0 1 0 I 0 Area Sports Events AMERICAN LEGION Williamslown vs Adam* Renfrew Field-SiDO SOFTBALL Chick's vs Pfister Noel Field-6:30 Old Timers League Fire Department vs Recreation Braytonvilie— «:15 SPRAGUE LEAGUE Wave Filters vs Brown Street Greylock— 6:15 Adams Industrial League L,L. Brown vs Dewey-Almy Bowe Field— 6:15 SCHOULER LEAGUE Adams Super Mkt. vs Co. K Old Timers Noel Field—6:00 Ashkar Sales vs Greylock Greylock— 6 : 00 LITTLE LEAGUES North Adams Police vs Rotary Greylock— 6:15 IDE vs Sprague Kemp Park— 6:15 Adams Lions vs AFL League Park—6:00 Williamstown Howard Johnson vs Rotary League Park— 6: 15 Jim O'Toole Starts ForManager Al Dark Three Legion League Games Listed Tonight Three Berkshire Comity Ameri can Legion League games are scheduled for tonight with the big one, as far as this area is concerned, at Renfrew Field where Adams will host Williamstown. Game time for this clash is 6 o'clock. A large crowd is looked for. Coach John Hartlage of Adams ill send Jimmy Rand to the hill wiih Coaches Billy Danaher and Billy Hart of Williamstown giving Billy Lcete the nod. The first game between the area rivals ended in a 1-1 tie. In other games, Dalton is at Piltsfield and Lee at South Berkshire. Margaret Smith Tennis Champion WIMBLEDON, England (AP)—j Margaret Smith, the tall and statuesque 20-year-old from Albery, Australia, wore Ihe laurels of two Wimbledon triumphs with coolness and poise today and laid for all time the gibe that she hasn't got the temperament for the big occasion. She end Chuck McKinley of San Antonio, Tex., men's singles champion, were Ihe outstanding personalities of a Wimbledon that had plenty of rain but lacked the colorful players of past tournaments. Monday, "Big Marge" slaughtered Billie Jean Moffitt, the Californian teen-ager, in Ihe singles final and won Ihe mixed doubles in partnership with Ken Fletcher. She nearly emulated Doris Hart's feat of 12 years ago by taking three titles. She lost the women's doubles to Maria Buenos of Brazil and Darlene Hard of Long Beach, Calif., mainly because her partner, Robyn Ebbern, 18, was too nervous for the occasion, They used to say thai Margaret was nervous, too, but she didn't show it in this tournament. Right from the start of the singles final, she looked more confident than the visually bouncy Billie Jean. The Australian girl won 6-3, 6-4. Billie Jean, who studied all winter and didn't start serious tennis until May, confessed afterwards that you can't concentrate on your education and win top class tennis tournaments, too. The women's singles final hadl been postponed from Saturday because of rain. So Margaret didn't have the honor of leading off the Wimbledon ball with McKinley on Saturday night, according to tradition. He danced with his wife, Wylita, instead. CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP)—The favored National League was prepared lo go all out in today's Ail- Star game with the leading American League as the series reverted to the original one game plan after four years of double helpings. About 45,000 fans were expected to turn out in sunny cool weather for the nationally televised (NBC) game starling at noon, (EST). This would be some 24,000 off the all-time record of 69,831 set in [his same Municipal Stadium (or the Ihird game, July 8, 1935. For Manager Alvin Dark of the San Francisco Giants this was a chance lo get even with Manager Ralph Houk of the New York Yankees for last year's World Series. Although Dark's Giants took Ihe Yankees down to the last out in October, they lost when Willie McCovey lined a rocket to Bobby Richardson for the final out in the seventh game. Both McCovey and Richardson were on the squads although neither was a slarler. Jim O'Toole, Cincinnali's talented left-hander with a shiny 13-6 record, was Dai'k's starting pitcher. The Giants' skipper had a capable staff to follow O'Toole. In addition lo southpaws Sandy Koufax of Los Angeles, Warren Spahn of Milwaukee, Hal Woodeshick of Houston, the Nationals had right- handers Don Drysdale of Los Angeles, Juan Marichal of San Francisco, rookie Ray Culp of Philadelphia and Larry Jackson of Chicago. Dark obviously went for the lefty because the American League's starting lineup had four left-handed batters—first baseman Joe Pepitone of New York, second baseman Nellie Fox of Chicago, left fielder Leon Wagner and center fielder Albie Pearson of Los Angeles. Houk held off on naming his slarter until he could talk to the boys in the clubhouse. Ken McBride of Los Angeles or Jim Sunning of Detroit had been announced as the two probables. Bunning had been something special in All-Slar games, having pilched eight straight scoreless innings during which he allowed only one hit in the last two years. Honk's other pitchers were Jim Bouton of New York, Bill Mon- bouquelte and Dick Radat?. of Boston, Jim Grant of Cleveland, all right-handers, and one jsouth- paw—Juan Pizarro of Chicago. The American League held a 17-15-1 edge after 33 games but the National had an 11-5-1 winning edge in the last 17 games and 4-1-1 in the last six. Kansas City May Co to California CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) — American League President Joe thatj Several American League owners, said privately a Kansas City to Oakland move would be wel- Cronin confirmed today i"<"r ed sj[)ce jt would create Charles O. Finley, owner of the| second p ac ifj c coast team to Kansas City club, had expressed!match the Los Angeles Angels, interest at an executive-session simplify travel arrangements, re- on the eve of the All-Star game in moving his Athletics- to Oakland, Calif. Cronin, however, emphasized that Finley had made "no formal request," lo move the A's franchise. It would need at least eight affirmative ballots of the 10 owners to switch the franchise. The Associated Press bad learned exclusively Monday that Finley, rebuffed a year ago in his effort to move the A's to Dallas, was seeking a new home in California. The Oakland City Council and the Alameda County Board of Supervisors recently approved issuing $25 million in revenue bonds to bnild a 48,500-seat all-purpose stadium in Oakland. The park however, is not expected to be completed before 1065. Horace Stonebam, president of the National League's San Fran cisco Giants, confirmed that Finley had approached him in an effort to secure the use of the Giants' Candlestick Park until the Oakland stadium was finished. "Mr. Finley was in to see me 10 days or two weeks ago," Stoneham said in San Francisco. "He asked me if his club could play in Candlestick Park as a starter—until Oakland finished a proposed stadium, But I told him it would be better for him to establish himself directly in Oakland. As I understand it, Mr. Finley had talked lo and received backing of certain interests in Oakland." While denying that Finley had formally requested a move, Cronin said: "Mr. Finley discussed with ns liis problems in Kansas City, as he did a year ago, and expressed an interest in moving (o Oakland. I cannot say any more at this time." Other American League officials, at first hesitant (o discuss the matter, acknowledged that a heated discussion had taken place on Finley's proposal. The move look the other owners completely Textile by surprise. duce costs for everyone and create a strong ultra-stale rivalry. The A's, mired in the second division of the American League :or the eight years they've been in Kansas City, are troubled with skidding attendance despite the promotional efforts of the fiery Finley, who gained controlling in- lerest in December I960. Little Leagues . Williamslown Holy Name 9. Lions 8, Gary Cantoni Ihe winner, Gary Church in relief, Johnny Gulden the loser. Kenny McAlpine and Gordy Deeb also working. SO—Gulden 4, Deeb 3, Cantoni 1, Church I. W—Gulden 2, McAlpine 2, Deeb 5, Cantoni 5, Church 1. Deeb and Dave Field hit home runs. Field, G. Church, Cantoni, Jimmy Talarico hit doubles, Billy Church had two. KBIs: Glen Hanlon, Field .1, Deeb, Gulden 2, B. Church -I, G. Church, Paul St. Pierre, Mark Bubriski 2, Talarico. SB — Hanlon, Paul McFarland, Terry Wright, B. Church, G. Church, Bobby Chesaro, Bubriski. B. Church had four hits. Hanlon and St. Pierre made good fielding plays. The line score: Lions 110 024—8 fl 1 Holy Name 013 23x—9 9 3 U—John Courtney, Bill Davis, Dave Peck. Adams Crystal Creamery 5, Berkshire Textile ?, Cardin Ihe winner, J. Czubryt the loser. SO—Cardin 8, Czubryt 6. W—Cardin 4, Czubryt 3. Cardin hit a triple and two singles in Ihree times at bat. Bis: J. McLaren, Robinson. The line score: Crystal 220 010—5 8 . 010 001—1 4 U—Cardin, George. Officials: Milanesi, McDonough. J. T. Buslines B Tatro S Scnecal 2 Alcaro 1 J. 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