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AMOS OTIS 1 BAT BINGE HELPS ROYALS DOUBLE BOSOX June Is Busting out All Over; So Is Birds' Buford By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer June is busting out all ovier and so is Don Buford. Baltimore's pint-sized outfielder belted two home runs and tried for one pitcher smd one fan in the Orioles' 11-3 romp over Chicago in the sec- -;ond game of a Memorial Day dou'bteheadcr. The White Sox won the opener 1-0 on Tommy John's five- hittetr and the split enabled the .Orioles to move Within IVfe • games of first place Boston in '.'the American League East as , tins Red Sox took a 7-3, 94 dou'bleheader ".Kansas City. whipping from Elsewhere in the American League Monday, Minnesota clipped Detroit 6-2, Washington shut out California 4-0, Cleveland lost to Milwaukee 6-5 and New York split a doubiehteiader With Oakland, winmimg 5-3 before losing 6-3. Buford sat out the first game of the Orioles' Memorial Day doubteheader against the White Sox with John, making his first start since May- 7. A sixth in- riing unearned run driven in by Ed Herrmann stood up for the victory. But *he IMe outfielder made it a memorable day hi *he nightoap. He was hit by a Joe Horlen pitch in the first inning and then ripped home runs in tte thkd and sixth. When he came to bat in the eighth, reliever 'Bart Johnson hit him in the back and Buford went after the pitcher. Both benches emptied but no pumcihe'S were thrown and the umpires 1 did not eject eighter player. But, an inning laiter, Bulord was in the on-deck circle when he became the center of another baittle. "Kids in the stands nearby s*anbed throwing apple cores, papiar cups amd other things at me," said Bulord. "I went over to waoi them. Then some fan jumped me firom the rear." The, Orioles ran to Buford's detenise amd when the mob scene was umiscnamlblied, Buford had been ejected from the K«« n r\ r\ F\ n, * Bunning Works Memorial Day; Still Has Picnic ame and a fan was taken by '(dice to the Stadium first aid oom, sitfiftedmig from a bloody lose and mouth. He later ran >uit of the room, and. could not ve identified. The Red Sox weren't quite as ucky as Buford. They were hit wer and over, mostly by Amos Otis but also by Paul Schaal and Cookie Rojas as Kansas •iity swept the doubleheadsr. The Royals became the first /isiting team to win a doub- elieader ait Fenway Park since August 24, 1966 when another Kansas iCity team—4lhis one nicknamed «he A's—(turned the faick. Otis drilled >a home run in each game, addled a pair of singes aind drove in six run* for he day. Sohaal bad a pair of key 'hits in the first game and <a dou'bJe in the four-run third of the nightcap and iojas rifled a three-run homer in the second game. Harmon Kilebiiew walloped he 495th homer of his career— three-run shot in the eighth By KEN RAPPOPORT Associated Press Sports Writer It was Memorial Day and Jim Bunning went t/o work. But the Philadelphia Phillies' .pitching dean bad a picnic anyway. Bunning notched five strikeouts Monday as the Phillies beat San Diego 3-1 in the opener of a doubleheader and buz- ; zed past Cy Young into second • place on the all-time list with .,2,823 victims. "I know I have no shot at Walter Johnson's record," said Bunning, who's still well behind Canonero On Parade NEW YORK (AP) _ Many in the holiday crowd .of 60,147 at Belmont Park Memorial Day got a close look at Camoniero H, the Venezuela-owned colit who wiM try to sweep the Triple Crown, by .winning the Belmonit Stakes on Saturday. Trainer Juain Arias paa'adien] the' winner of tihe Kentucky Derby and The Preakness around -the tree-lined paddock to get Mm used to his new surroundings under race conditions. The colt showed no nervousness as he walked around his ears pricked to Hbe applause of the spectators. "He is a fit horse," Alias who discounted again that Oanionero is bothered by a skin rash and an infected light bind hoof. Veterinarians who have examined 'the colt siay the r-ajh is of "no consequence and is clearing up" and that the infection "Sis minor and has responded to treatment." Meanitrime, owner Pedro Baptista denied a report from Caracas that he had sold Cano- nero II to an American syndi cate for $4 million. he Big Train'.s fabulous 3,508 trifceouts. "In fact, i'm even urprised that I broke Young's record of 2,819. When you stop and think about it, I've never >een an overpowering pitcher like Sandy Koufax or Bob Gibson. "The most batters I ever struck out in a game was 14." Bunning wasted no time in barging past Young. He stiruck out Garry Jestadt to tie the mark, then broke it by fanning >lugger Clarence Gaston in the irst inning. The Padres earned! a split of he holiday twin bill with a 6-3 ictory in the second game. In ither Naltional League action?* 'ittsburgh hammered Chicago j-0; Houston slugged Cincinnati :-l; San Francisco turned back w York 2-1 in 11 innings; St. Louis nipped Atlanta 3-2 and Los Angeles stumped Montreal 4-0. Bunning, in his 16th major league season after • hitches with Detroit of the American League and Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Los Angeles of tiie National, didn't remember his first strikeout. His toughest strikeout? "Nellie Fox," said Bunning. "It took me 13 years before I got him." This 39-year-old Bunnling, along with Young the only pitcher to have 100 victories and 1,000 strikeouts in each of the American and National leagues, was given: the ball alter *he historic, first-inning strikeout and received an explosive ovation from the crowd at San Diego Stadium. Rookie Willie Montanez' two- run double in. the ninth inning snapped a 1-1 tie and gave the victory to Bunning, who had liast-inning relief help from Darrell Brandon. San Diego sandbagged Phila- Iphia's Barry Lersch with a four-rum first inning in the second .game as Ivan Murrell blasted a three-run homer and Bob Miller pitched five innings Bison Will Open Season Tomorrow ' Gardem City's Bison junior baseball team opens its 1971 season tomorrow. Manager Duane Hays* cnew takes on rugged Great Bend in a single game at 7:30 p.m. on ; XflM Lightner Field. Great •'Bend is the club thait eliminated Garden in the regional tourney here last sumimer. Garden's squad tM'S season is jointly sponsored by the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wains. It's ttoe second season at the helm for Hayis. Two other games are on tap lor the Bison this week. Thursday nigM the dub opens Ok- Kan League play at Hooker, Olda. Saturday 'at 8 p.m., Garden hosts Hugoton at 8 p.m. in a single game, lanother OKL test. On Sunday at 2 p.m., Garden plays ardh-rival Dodge City a single gianne alt Lightner Field. Hays listed just two newcomers on ihiis probabb s&airtt- 'inig line-up for Wednesday's Great Bend clash. They are ifticihaird Oeditng «t firlsit base land Kevin Sterling in center field. Oediirag or Ted Bayer may be tho first-base choice. John Bergkamp will be on the mound, with Mike Brad- streeit behiind the plate. Albert Mesa will be at second base, Terry •Bradstreeit at third, ant Kelly Hays at shortstop. Otter outfieidieris w!M be Gary Praitt m left and Mark Douglass in right. of shutout .relief to give the Padres >a split. Steve Blass surrendered only five hits in pitching Pittsburgh over Chicago. Blass, never in serious trouble, got home run support from Willie Stargell and Richie Hebner. Stargell's 17th homer highlighted a two-run second and Hebner sliaimmed his fifth circuit in the third fiming to give Blass a 3-0 cushion. Larry Dierker won his ninth game in 10 decisions by spacing seven hits and Cesar Cedeno mocked in three runs with a wo-run homer and double as louston tripped Cincinnati. Cedeno crashed 'his second lomer of the year with Joe Morgan aboard via a single in the inning, then knocked in Roger Metzger with a double in ;he seventh. Willie Mayis, Whose eighth-inning boimer tied the game, 1-1, raced home from third on Tito Fuentes' sacrifice fly in the llth to carry San Francisco past New York for the Giants' Eifth straight victory. Mays drew a walk off JVIets' starter Jerry Koosman, took second on a sac'triftee and advanced to third as Alani Gallagher beat out an infield hit off reliever Danny Frisella.. Then Fuentes lined out to Tommie Agee in right field to score Wondrous Willie. Jose Cardenal drove in the wmniing run with a two-out single in the eighth inning to pace St. Louis over Atlanta as Louis Brock's 26-gmme hitting streak ended. Brock struck out twice and 'bounced out two times in four appearances. Richie Allen crashed a two- run homer in the third inning and reliever Jim Brewer saved Don Sutton in 'an eighth-inning jam for Los Angeles, Earnest 14th in Coast Marathon Capt. Kent .Earnest, formerly of Holcomb, placed 14th Fri day afternoon in the annual GoMen Gaite Invitational marathon race ait San .Francisco. The ex-Holcomb High and Garden City Juco athlete turned in his career-best time for 26-nniles plus. He was clocked in 2 hours, 49 minutes Earnest is stationed at Salt Laike City, where he is in charge of irecruitlinig for the U.S. Army in the Rocky Moun itaiin area. Competmig in the San Francisco event were 275 marathon runners from throughout the world. Last month, Captain Earnest 24, competed in the Boston Marathon, premier distance event in the world. He went under the three^hour time there for the first time in his career Friday, he 'bettered Ihis Boston time by 10 minutes. Next event for Earnest is a 26-mile run <at Wichita on Fri day, June 11. He will fly to Kansas from Utah for that event. Meet record at Wichita is 2:49—4ihe time Earnest posted Friday. mining wrapped up the Twins' victory over Detroit, spooling the homecoming of Bily Martin, the former Minnesota manager -and now boss of the Tigers. Jim Kaat canned the victory, scattering eight hits and besting Mickey Lolich, 8-4. Washniigton used three pitch- ens—Mike Thompson, Denny liddleberger and Casey Oox— 3o three-hit California. Thompson worked the first three in- nimgs before reinjuring a dis ooaited fJniger. Then - Riddleber- ;er took over until, the ninth with Oox finisfhed up. Larry Bittner bad three hits and Berme Allen contributed a homier to Wafihinigton's attack. Johnny Ellis rocked a three- run homer to break a tie and more New York past Oakland in tine first game of their double-header. Fritz Peterson earned the victory and Jim 'CaiHMi" Huniter was tagged with the loss, ending an eight game winning streak. In the nighoap, John "Blue Moon" Odom earned his first victory of the season with Oak- Land cracking a toe on successive run-scoring singles by Tommy Davis, who had five hits for the doubleheadier, Sa Bando and Angel Mangual. Ted Kubiak's home run in 1 the lasit of the ninth inning powerec Milwautoee past Cleveland. Ku- biak'a one-out shot off reliever Phil Henniigan 'snapped a 5-5 tie. Milwaukee had tied the game without a hit in the seventh as Johnny Biiggs walked, moved to second on a sacrifice, went to llhiird on a balk and &corec on a bouncer. Garden City Tolcgrnm Tuesday, June 1, 1971 FANFARE By Walt Dirzei ECOLOGY-CONSERVATION npNMim. C -POLLUTION W5VE COME A IONS WAV THEY USBTA JUS>T CALL US ^ SLOBS Kinney Glass Snares Title In Annual Pre-Season Meet Kinney Glass has won the cfoaimplioinship' of the annual preseason men's slow-pitch tournament here. The Gfliai9siens had to go 10 inmnnigs Monday might at Fiams- ler Field in the championship lame. They edged Bhresmiam Backtog 8-6 — although outhit 16-8. Earflii«r in the day, Kinney had put the Packers Imibo the losers- bracket of the double-elimination meet. Ehresiman came back to chalenge a>galin. Fourteen teams competed in the for-diay even*. Six games Friday might on two fields started play. Saturday's siliate of six games was rained out. Oh Sunday, a big schedule oi 14 games was played to make up for the rainouts. Six mere games on Monday wound It -up. Sunday results: Winners Bracket — Kinnev (Mass 19-13 over Deibent Co/n- struction. Weeden Aviation 13-5 over •Western Kansas Sporting Goods. Carmelita's Cafe 13-0 over Area Mental Health. Ehresman Padding 12-2 over Triple- S Steel. Losers Bracket — Pizza Garden 13-6 over A&W Root Beer. Ulysses 14-0 over Poppas Concrete. Oswafot Industries 15-10 ovier Deibert Ckmstruotioni. Ulys>- ses 13-12 over Western Kan. Pansier Team Captures Crown Pansier Tires of CrariJen City came out .of the losers bracket Monday to win the annual "Oklahoma City Invitational Tourney for women's slow-pitch "• softiball. The Garden Citiams have won 'the Kansas state crown the past two seasons. They played and von throe games Monday. In *heir two tourney starts they dumped the Okla- ihoimia City Soomerettes twice— •by identical 7-1 scores. The Saomerettes were playing theior 27<th game of the season; Fansler has played Jess than 10. Details of the tourney and the Oklahoma trip will be in Wednesday's Telegram. Sporting Goods. Pizza Garden 14-13 over Area Mental Health. Sppr's 66 Service 5 : 1 over Triple-S Steel. Pizza Garden 9-8 over Spor's 66 Service. Ulys- sieis 11-0 over Oswalt Industries. Winners Bracket — Kinney Glass 17-2 over Weeden Aviation. Ehreisimian Pacfcinig 10-3 ovei- Carmieiita''S Cafe. Monday Results : Losers Bracket — OarmieMita's Cafe 10-6 over Pizaa Garden. Wiseden Aviation 4-2 over Ulysses. Winners Bracket — Kinney Glass 12-7 over Ehresman Packing in winneiis-'bracket finale. Losers Bracket — Carmelita's 5-2 over Weeden Aviation. Ehresiman 8-1 over Carmelita'«. TitLe Gairae — Kinaey Glas/s 8-6 over Ehresman. In the championship game, the score was tied 3-3 after •three inniinigs — all the.way un. the 10th. In the top of the 10th, the champion Glassers bi'oke open for five runs. Tlnsy got six of their eight hits that frame. Ehresmian came back for three runs in the bottom of the 10th, but the Glassers snuffed out the raly to win it. For the whole game, Kinntay Glass had three errors, Ehresman five. Tom Karle .pitched the win. Alan Stegman led the champions with 3-and-5 at bat: all singles. Getting three singles each for Ehnesman were Dave McDaniel and Larry Rupp. Kinney Glass now has a season record of 23 wins and two losses. Next/weekend the Glass- ers play in the annual Granada, Colo., tourney. Four other Garden; teams are entered at Grananda: Ehresman, Carmelita's Weeden Aviation, and Pizza Garden. . '. Women's league action starts tonight in Finnup Park. Bold Reasoning To Shun Belmont CHERRY HILL, N.J. (AP) — Bold Reasoning won the $134,400 Jersey Derby Monday but his trainer feeds the unbeaten colt isn't ready for the l ] /2 mile Belmont Stakes. "Not a chance," said Trainer Nick Gonzales when asked if Bold Reasoning would be supplemented for the June 5 Belmont and a shot ait Kentucky Derby and Preakness 'winner Canonero II. "He ' (Bold Reasoning) has just come out of a tough race and he deserves a rest. There isn't a chance we'll out him in the Belmont." Bold Reasoning, whining his seventh straight race, had no trouble in his first run around two turns and more than a mile as he beat Pass Catcher by half a length hi the IVs mile Jersey at Garden State Padc:*, . Ridden by jockey Jacinto Vasquez, Bold Reasoning was never worse than third. He took the lead with one sixteenth to 219 Boys, Girls Compete In Junior Olympics Here go and outgamed October House Farms Pass Catcher in an exciting stretch duel. He earned $87,360 in winning his seventh race for co-owners William Kosnick of Detroit and Charles Hargrove of Miami Fla. 1 Bold Reasoning went off th even money favorite and re turned $4 to those who backed him in a closing day crowd of 40,020. The;;;son of ,Boldnesian-Rea.son ^ Ei^iacWthe 1% miles in 1;49 3-5- bye* a tjiack listed as good 'after an all night rain tha lasted into early afternoon. beat a field of seven at equa weight of 126 pounds. At Belmonlt, where 60,147 wa gered $5,844,880, Tunex, $10.20 charged down toe: middle of the stretch and' belit Protanto by a .fingertip in the: ^121,600 Metro politian Handicap. :'. • ^ . . V'. Divide and^Eule, $5, .won the Lakeside Handicap at Holly wood where 62,383 bet $5,527, 785, a California 'state record. Mr. Pow Pow, $5.40, scored in the North Shore Handicap an Arlington Park and Damage Control, $26,80, won the Oak land Handicap at Golden Gate Fields, Our Cheri Amour, $6.20, By BOB GREER A field of 219 boys and girls from 21 towns competed Saturday here in the first annual Junior Olympics torok and field meet, martin and dniHy weaither nuairred the meet, but a (number of outstanding marks were sitffil recorded. Top three feuisiheois in each eyenlt iait Memorial Stadium won berths in (the annual state Junior Olympics meet. It will be at Lawrence on Saturday of itMs week. Contestants took part Saturday from Leoti, Marienlthal, Gairden City, Fowler, Lakin, Beleviije, Kendall, Holcomb, Tribunie, EUfihwt, Liberal. Sa- ifcanta, Diglhton,. Sharon, Plains, Syracuse, Hugoton, Meade, Sublette, Copeland, and Buck- Ian. Ten different divisions are run Saturday: five for boys, five for girls. It was the first- over officiaillyisanctioned Amateur Athletic Union junior meet to be run here. In the boys division, Garden Oity won 16 first placefe and Fowtter six. Syracuse and Liberal each won five first places and BucMin four. Fifteen different towns had boys-division wimmens. • No team standings were ish 4%. kept. In "the girls division; Gair- den had 12 first places, Sharon seven, Kemdafll four, and Sublette "three. BOYS DIVISION BANTAM (Ages 8 and 9) SO Dash — Kyle Spemciw, Kendall, 7.6 seconds. 100 — Larry Alpera, Garden Otty, 15.3. 220 — Miitoh Bergkamp, Fowler, 34.0. Running Broad Jump — Mitch Bargkamp, Fowler, 11-6. High Jump — Eddy, Syracuse, 4-4M. Softball Tforow — Bryan Graber, Kendall, 92-10%. MIDGET (Age* 10 ana II) 50 Dalsh — Doug Moore, Cope- laiiid, 6.8 seconds. 100 — Alford Mitchell. Liberal. 13.0. 220 — Larry Lucas, Sublette, 28.9. 440 — ~ re Craft, Garden City, 74.5 sec- 8. Shot Put — Prank SChirwLo, Garden City, 25^5. Broad Jump— Alford Miitchell, Liberal, 14-2. Triple Jump — Tim Crossland, Gardien Olty, 24-10. High Jump — Jeff Thayier, Liberal, 4*5%. Softball Throw — Steve LundeeJi, jPawler, 154-4. JUNIOR <A«es 12 and 13.» 76 Dash — Brian Merkle, Fowler, i8.9 seconds. TQ-Yard Lmr Hurdles — David Harris, Fowler, 9.8. 100 — Gary House, Liberal, 11.6. 220 — Gary Bouse, .Liberal, 25.2. 440 — Tim Pierce, Garden City, 61.6. 880 — Danny Smith, Elkiiairt, 3:34.4. 60 Dash — Matt, Maune, Targets Set for Amateur Golfers ST. LOUIS (AP) - Amateur golfers across the nation have targets of par and one under par to shoot at for competition concluding June 14 in the National Golf Day charity. Those standards were set Monday by burly PGA Champion Jack Nicklaus and Women's Open Queen Donna Caponi in a challenge to Warson Country Clulb's sprawling course. Nicklaus, -admittedly rusty after a three-week layoff from the golf tow, scrambled back over the final nine holes to shoot 36-36—72 and beat Englishman Tony Jacklin's 33-41— 74. ' ' Miss Caponi, whose putting was picturesque, compiled a 3439—73 ity bettering the 40-38—78 round turned in by ladies' PGA Champion Shirley Englchorn. Nicklaus' round was one over par 35-36—71 for Warson's 7,200-yard course, while Miss Oa- poni's round from shortened women's tees matched ladies' par of 36-37—73. Amateurs, in order to qualify for key rings and accolades, must fire under the scores with ths aid of their handicaps. "I hope I can play myself into , shape before the U.S. Open," said Nicklaus, who missed a 14-inch putt at No. 10 on Monday before capitalizing on a sour Jacklin' streak. , Jacklin was four up beginning No. 11 but double bogeyed the hole as well as No. 32 while Nicklaus put together a birdi* and par. At No. 15, as Jacklin's tee .shots continued to stray off course, Nicklaus went two up with another birdie and coasted to the finish. Nicklaus' last competition was at the Byron Nelson Golf Classic in Dallas three weeks ago. The blond blaster plans to play in the Atlanta Golf Classic this week before appealing in exhibitions prior to the June 1720 open hi Ardmore', Pa. "I never had such a putting round," said the pert Miss Caponi, whose round included six birdies, three bogeys and two double bogeys. Miss Caponi shot into a waiter hazard at No. 12 and sailed her tee shot into a trea at No. 13 for the two-over-par Holes. But she was never seriously challenged after Miss Engie- horn double bogeyed the second hole and'made the turn six strokes behind. Miss Caponi's round included a drive on the par three, 200- yard third hole to within 13 inches of the cup She sank putts of 15, 12, 1C and eight feet. The Warson course, playing 6,500 yards for women off shortened tees, is the site for Sept. 16-18 Ryder Cup matches between the United States and Britain. Both Nicklaus and Jacklin expect to return; "It will be a fine cfurst for it," Nicklaus said • V* Syracuse 6.7. High Jump — Jack Reese, Fowler, 5-4. Board Jump— Tim Pierce, Garden City, 16-2. Triple Jump- — Stev« Long, Garden City, 2H-8. Pole Vault — Tim Piieirce, Garden City, 9-0. f=hot Put — Steve Bussell. Satanta, 3110. ^ INTERMEDIATES (Ages U and 15) 100 Dash — Rod Grove, Dightom, 10.6 seconds. 220 — Rod Grove, Dighiton, 23.8. 4.40 — Todd Voth, Ga/rdien City, 56.4. 880 — Jim Foster, Garden Oity, 2:19.5. Mile — Bill Brady, Garden City, 6:39.2. 120-Yard High Hurdles — .Don Keller, Gairden Oity, 16.4. 120-Yard Low • Hurdles — Don Keller Garden Oily, 15.4. Broad Jump — Kevin Mullein, Leoti, 19-8%. High Jump — Gary Staaits, BucMin, 5-8. Triopfte Juimip—Stan Erwine, G'ar- dien City, S4-9. Shot Put -- Dan Smith, Bucklin, 47-10%. Pole Vault — Don Keller, Gairden Oity, 11-0. - res 16 and 17) iconard Heirnand:ez, SENIOR (Ages 16 and 100 Dash — Le ' " Uafcin. 10.6 secondia. 220 — Laonard Hernandez, Lakin, 23.3. 440 — Scott Schnieidw, Tribunie, 54.7. 380 — Gary Oampas, Leoti. 2:15.0. Mile -nRodiiiey Harsh, Htolootnb, 4:59.2. Two-Mile — Glmcl&s Vaughn, Garden City, 1(1:44.8. 120-Yard High Hurdles — Dale Moseir, Syracuse, 16.1. 180-Yaa-d Low Hurdles — Dale Moseir. Syracuse, 20.4. High Jump — Bttb Scott, SBucklin. 6-2. Broad Jump — Mike Hendeir'aliot, Gardien City, M-11%. Tripie Jum— Rex Davison, Trlbuuue, 41-10. Poae Vault — Rob Scott, Buoklin, 12-1. Shot Put — Larry Bustse]], Satanta, 45-4. Discus — Lorin Nance, Syracuse, 144-4. GIRLS DIVISIONS BANTAM (Ages g and 9) 50 Dash — Becky Widows, Garden City, 8.4 seconds. 100 — Beck; Widows, Garden City, 15.7. Jump — Shiaron Hacker, ' City S-SVa.-Softball TUrow — Sharon Hacker, Gardem City, 53-6. MIDGET (Ages 10 and 11> 50 Dash — Rhonda Palmar, Kendall, 6.9 seconds. 100 — Rhonda Palmar, Kendall, 13.5. 220 — Rhonda Palmer, Kendall, 31.6. High Jump — Judy Unruh Garden City, 3-7. Bnoad Jump — Jan/ice Graber, Kendall, 13-5. Softball Throw — Judy Uniruih, Garden City; 95-8. JUNIOR (Ageg 12 and 13) , ' 50 Dash — Brenda Farnsworth, Gardieoi Oity, 7,5 secondia. 100 — Julie Reniok, Gardeoi ,Oity, 13.4. 220 — Julie Renick, Garden City, 27.6. 440 ,— Connie Button, Sharon, 70.8 seconds. High Jump : — Janet Rioke. Shanon, 4-0. Running Broad Jump — Julie Renick, Gar- J den Olty, 16-1V£. 6-Pound Shot Put —Troy Lewellen. Leobi, 28-2%. INJKRMKOIATK (Ageg 14 anil IS) 100 — Jean Lowenstein, Sharon, 12.6 seconds. 220—Jean Loweai- .steiin, Sljai'on,.. 29.8. 44o — 'Robin 3iielibe. Slmron, 73.2 seconds. 80- Yan-d Low Hurdles — Robin She- lite, Shaa-on, 12.5 seconds. , S?0 — Nancy PenningtoJr Meade, 2:55.1. Broad Jump — Carol Johnson, Sharon, 18.8. 8-Pound Shot Put"— Staiiet Deavor, Fowler, 25-1%. Discus — Ann Smith, Gairden City, 101 •$. '. >• •' SENIOR (AgerW and 17) 100 Dash —.'TeirrrRickiettis/Sub- lette, 12.3 eeconds,5 220 v—.• ColLetle Doll, Gaj'den City,' 27;9. Broud Jump — " ..... 8. High J lette, • lty, v Jump — Moma Tyuer, Sublette, 16- ump ;— Mona Tyler, Sub. V The Standings American Leagua East Division W. L. Pct.GB Boston 29 18 .617 — Balitiimore 27 19 .587 I'/a Detroit 26 22 .542 3Vi Niaw York 21 26 .447 8 Cleveland 20 26 .435 8V4 WaiShn 18 29 .383 11 . Wtst Division Oakland 33 18 .647 — Kansas OMy 23 22 .511 7 Mimmiesota 25 24 .510 7 California 23 27 .460 9Vt mtwaufcee 19 25 .432) lOVa Chicago 18 26 .409 llVi Saturday's Rtiult» New York 6, California 1 Milwaukee 9, Detroit 2 Oakland 12, Boston 8 Baltimore 11, Minnesota * Cleveland 2, Chicago 1 Kansas City at Chicago, r,aiin Sunday's Rtsults Baltimore 6, Minnesota 5 Chicago 3, Cleveland 2, 10 in- niinigis Detroit 9, Milwaukee 5 New York 7, California 4 Kansas City ait Washington, rain Oakland -ait Boston, rain Monday's Results Chicago 1-3, Baltimore 0-11 Milwaukee 6, Cleveland 5 Minnesota 6,- Detroit 2 WasMnigton 4, California 0 Kansas Cisty 7-9, Boston 3-4 New York 5-3, Oakland 3-6 Tuesday's Games Detroit (Cain 2-0) at Minnesota (Perry 6-4), night Cleveland (Dunning 5-2) At Milwaukee (Paittin 5-4), night Oalfomia (Maloney 0-1) at Wastoington (Bosman 2-7), night Oakland (Blue 10-2) at New York (Kline 44), might. Kansas City (Hedlund 44) at Boston (Lonborg 1-0); National League East Division W. L. Pet. GB St. Louis 32 17 .653.— Pilttsibuirgli 29 19 .604 2V4 New York 27 18 .600 3 Chicago 21 27 '.438 lO'/z Monitreal 18 24 i.429 10V4 17 30 .362 14 Alma North, $6, won the spli divisions of , the Open Fire Stakes at Delaware Park ant Who Behave, $9, captured .the Tomasello Handicap ,<at Suffolk Downis. > Phiadei W*st Division S Ftoamdsco 37 14 ,.725, — Los Angeles 26 24 V.520 10V4 Houston 25 24 :.510 11 Aitaflta 22 28 .440 14'/a Cincinnati 20 29 ,408 16 San Diego 15 35 i300 21% Saturday'* Results Pittsburgh 9, Chicago| 4 San Francisco 8, Mmirbreal 3 Houston 2, Cincinnati ;1 St. Louis 8, Atfliamta 7\ NSW York 5-2, San .Diego 1-1 Los Angeles 9, Philadelphia 3 Sunday's Result* Piittsburgh 10, Chicago, C San Francisco' 5-8,1 Montreal 4.7 . . • . ;. l Los Angeles 2, Philadelphia 1, 12 inniings • '•; [ St. Louis 8, Atlanita 3' Cincinmaiti 2, Houston 1 San Diego 4, New York 2 Monday' 1 * Results Pittsburgh 6, Chicago 0 Los Angeles 4, Montreal 0 San Francisco 2, New York 1, 11 innings Philadelphia 3-3, San Diego 1-6 ' St.' Louis 3, Atlanta 2 Houston 4, Cincinnati 1 Tuesday's Games St. Louis (Zacihary 2-1) at Pittsburgh (Blis 6-3), night Houston (BlasingamiG 3-5) at Atilanta (Keliey 1-0), night Montreal (Renko 44) at Los Angeies '(Downing 4-2), night New York (Gentry 34) at San Francisco (Stone 4-2), night AS CUBS* MANAGER s Days Are Numbered? PITTSBURGH (AP) - Leo Durocher won't deny that his days as manager of the Chicago Cubs may be numbered., "Ive been in this game a long time," he said Monday alter the Cubs lost 6-0 to the Pittsburgh Pirates. "There is no manager who is not vulnerable. And when the time conies—today, tomorrow, next week or next year—when it happens, am I going to be a baby about something like that? :' "That's a lot of bull. "If <anybody wants to know what's going to happen, have him call Mr. Wrigley (the team owner) or Mr. Holland (team vice president)." The Cubs have now lost 10 of thedr last 13 games, have been shut out 'two games straight by the Pirates—Monday by Steve Blass who scattered five hits— and <aire hurting because of injuries and a weatt bullpen which has picked up only one save all season. "You put the eight best men on the field," siaid the 64 year- old Durocher, in his sixth year with the Cuba. "You canlt go out and pick up the ball for them. "I know one thing. They're trying, giving 100 per cent. That's .all I ask of anybody. There's no blaime to put on anyone." Durocher was thrown out of the game Monday in the fifth inning for protesting a third strike call to his pitcher, Ferguson Jenkins. COLLECTION TIME NOW You can Mp mt (and I know you will) with my training as a young businessman. The papar | da. livar to your horn* is bought at wholasala and retailed to you. The profits I make are mad* after I collect from you each month. I certainly ap. predate your promptness in paying when I call to collect. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PROMPTNESS TELEGRAM CARRIIR IOY

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