THE NORTH 'ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT SATURDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 27. 1963 JCKI , . . Manager Pesky Praises Relief Pair, Jack Lamabe, Dick Radatz Racing at Saratoga Starts This Monday Eighteen stakes races, with » total of $565,000 in added money, are listed for the Centennial of Thoroughbred racing at Saratoga — 24 days of the best of racing from Monday July 23 through August 24. Since the first racing day at Saratoga on Avigust 3, 1863, the tradition has been maintained. The only gaps in the 100 years were In 1911 and I!)12 when there was no racing in New York State and during the war years of 1!M3, 1044 and I!M5, when Federal travel restrictions made it necessary to hold the meetings at Belmont Park. As has been the rule at Saratoga, (he two-year-olds fire paramount and seven stakes races are on the schedule for the juveniles, headed by the 59th running of the $7.1,000 added Hopeful the closing day of the meeting, Jaipur and Ridan going head and head for the full mile and * quarter and Jaipur scoring by a nose in track-record equaling tim« of 2:01 3/5. This year's Travers Is expected to draw such u Darby Dan Farm's Chaleangay, winner of the Belmont Stakes and the Kentucky Derby; Greentree Stable's Outing Class, Hopeful winner of 1962, who beat Chateaugay in the Dwyer this year; Rex Ellsworth's Preakness winner, Candy Spots; George D. Widener's Crewman and, possibly, Cain Hoy Stable's Never Bend, who has recuperated from « "hot" ankle which put him out of training after Ihe Preakness. The older horses — headed by such as Bohemia Stable's Kebo, horse of the year the past three years; Hobeau Farm's Beau Pur- Greentree Stable's Cyrano— have the Whitney and Saratoga le their innings, the likes of Mead- Area Sports Events Little Leaguei Adams Alert* v» Crystal Creamery League Park—6:00 Golf Williams Alumni-Guest Tourney Taconie Golf Course Night Racing Green Mountain Park (final night) Hinsdale Saratoga The oldest stakes race country, the $75,000 added Travers, will be run for the 94th time on August 17 with three-year-olds slated to go a mile and a quarter. Last year's Travers turned out to be one of the most thrilling races in the memory of all vel- -..• Stable's Cicada, Darby Dan's Bramalea, Eleanora Sears' Spicy Living and W. H. Perry's Lamb Chop, expected to start at the meeting. Post time daily be at 2 p.m., with the Daily Double win. ILC3 Jl1 llic iin-.i.^» ,• -• • . •<ms who witnessed it - with'dows closing at 1:50 p.m. Expect Piersall To Join Angels BOSTON (API-Outfielder Jim my Piersail. released by the nosediving New York Mets, was expected lo sign with the Los Angeles Angels ot the American League as a free agent today. A source close lo the Angels «aid no trouble was anticipateci wilh Piersall over contract terms. The Associated Press learner last night that the colorful 33- year-old fly chaser was coming to the Angels. But because of the fact the waivers didn't run out on Jim until noon today neither Piersail nor Los Angeles manager Bill Rigney was free to nounce the move. Piersall was expected lo be in uniform to face his one - time teammates, the Boston Red Sox today. Since leaving the Sox Piersall has played with Cleve land and Washington in the American League in the National. and the Mets Most noted this season for run ning out his lone homer b wards. Piersall hit .194 for the Mets and drove in only two runs in more than 40 games. Major League Stars I By the Associated Press) BATTING —Tony Taylor, Phillies, drove in five runs with three singles in Philadelphia's 6-5 triumph over the National League- leading Los Angeles Dodgers. PITCHING — Milt Pappas, Orl oles, pitched a three hitler and posted his third shutout and ninth victory of the campaign in Baltimore's 3-0 triumph over the Chicago White Sox that gave Baltimore undisputed possession of sec ontl place League. in the American Little Leagues North Adams Rass Gilman pitched e no-hit, one run victory as Police beat Rotary, 13-1 for its 17th consecutive victory. Oilman fanned 15 batters, tossed two men out and grabbed a pop for another out. Two errors with a passed ball in between gave Rotary its run. Tommy Marsh scoring. Martin was the losing pitcher. Billy Taylor hit his eighth homer. Mike Libordini and Craig Rougeau bad three for three each, Wes Primmer three for four. Liaordini had a triple, Gilman, Rougeau, Pr.mmer and Taylor hit doubles. The Une score: Rotary 100 000 1 0 2 Police 114 16x 13 14 2 U—Willette. Gilman. Adam* Elks 12, AFL 3, A. Kati£7 the winner, Raschdorf the loser. Ryczek and Shaw also worked. SO —Raschdorf 1, Kalisi 3, Ryczek 5, Shaw I. W — Raschdorf 6, Kalisi 4, Ryczek 2, Shaw 1. J. Kalisz. hit a Iwo-run homer. Rougeau, Ryczek and A. Kalisz hit doubles. J. Kalisz had four for four. RBIs: J. Kalisz 6, Richardson, Kut, Rougeau, Wegrzyn, Ryczek. The lin« score: AFL 200 010— 3 Elks 421 236—12 U— Hartlage, George. Lions 3, Berkshire Textile 1, Trumble the winner, Anton the loser. SO—Trumble 9, Anton 11. Each walked one. Belanger had three for three. Murray and Trumble hit doubles. RBIs: Belanger, R. Czubryt. .ions .. Textile . Hinsdale Entries FIRST— 1 Sunday Knight 2 Lakeside Scolt 3 lopaz Sequin 4 Cheerful Girl 5 Price'i Pndt 6 Mis) Lynn Dale 7 The Voodoo 8 Mr. Eddie D SECOND— 1 Brooke Scott 2 Discott PaPtch 3 Worthy Mendale f Tee Bon 5 Bad Boy Beit 6 Single's Pixie 7 Terry C 8 Lilllo Chimti THIRD — 1 Iroquois Pick 2 Joe Mac 3 Counsel's Jim 4 Carroll B 5 Abbe's Charm 6 Riverview Del 7 Double Brewer 8 Junior Mill FOURTH— J Diamond Spirit 2 Shem Don 3 Candy Light A Black Pally 5 Abbot Dell 6 Oteca's Lrllle 7 Laura Hill 8 Sunny Key FIFTH — 1 MiRjity Hayes 2 Nancy Girl 3 King Cote 4 Juno'* Gem 5 Miss Bridglon 6 Adrian Rosecrolt 7 Sybil's Son g Dinah C SIXTH— t Rich Reward 2 Oleca's Mr, Cam 3 Knight Strint 4 The Big M 5 Chippy Vofo 6 RoyaF Majesty 7 Gogo Boy K F-squire's Kin SEVENTH— 1 Milt's Esquir* 2 H.I Joy 3 Fool Doctor * lv« Long 5 PMkle Hll 6 Little Foddy 7 Danger Signal > flilly Brooks EIGHTH — 1 Jericho Judy 2 Y»m Up 3 Beb« Djwn 4 Wilford D N 6 Fancy Ouetn 5 Dillmor 7 Honey r)oll NINTH — 1 Jim Deart 2 Miss Bhfablood 3 Allan Gallon 4 Sugnr Doll 6 taslei Dawn ft Scottish Zephyr 7 Cry Jrrnrny • fljmiru Scot Mary C. Mallison A. Mason M. O'Neal F. BraVe D. Pi R. Truitt B. Pattreso P. Constantino W. Pike P. Constantino C. McCarthy Jr. E. Gilman M. O'Neal J. Ka H. Lamb M. Robinson A. Nason R. Lacornbc G. Harp Jr. L. Berry R. Cornellier F. Pike E. Gilrnan R. Tapply SS. Haigltt Jr. i!. SriRley L, Berry R. Fe, A. Nason P. Constantino M. Robinson B. Pike I. Foster A, Litvmchyk M. Watson M. Robin: R. Fenno C. McCarthy J R. TruiU B. Beckwith C. MMtison P. Constantino A. Nason R. F*nno C. McCarthy Jr. M. Robinson A. Nason C. Gag* H. DeWoir Sr. V. Culhane W. Collini F, Pike W. Collins Crcm M. Robinson A, Nar,on H, Marsh r. Pucker C, Oilman R. Fannn D. Vi- s rin R. Corn<lli«r, 001 000 001 U— Tremlay, McLaren. Saratoga Entries FIRST— Skipper Key 2 Chestnut Song 3 Glori 5. Perischimes Kale's Daughter Olympus Nero Hanover 8 Kaola's Prid« SECOND— Ensign Wyn 2 Krng's Banner 3 Jarreltown Cllf 4 Bonny Easlf.r Time " Hal Larly Vivian Tcnbrooki Shadydale Luster ) Scotly Chance THIRD — 1 Pinnacle Chuck 2 Scottish Barela 3 Red Main 4 Belvedere Picto Yankee Direct Prince Gen* Yankee Sis 8 Ellen's Adioi FOURTH— 1 Topaz lornado 2 Riccochet Torfd Buddy Comet Garcia Direct Amber's Slar V/ally May Linda's Be* 8 Sandy E. Volo FIFTH— Bell Anne'i Boy 2 Gay E.velyn 3 Anlhony Patch ' Pal Boy Luxmiu ArcfcKe Hup 8 Karl Springwood SIXTH— Laird Peter Tallulah V/ick Philip Model Rebel Land Marg* Snaghelti Boy Elvln Rosecroft Shoio Mr. Mclnurn SEVENTH — ».Yankee Tardiot 2 Knignt Champ " B-Cherry Pofnl Walter Knight 5 Marqult Pick Dayton Freight Keintken 8 Ace Darei judge Dftrct EIGHTH — Ensign Buirel 2 Albeit J. Jen's Torr.h Vinn Hanover Frisky ThomM Runnymed* M*| ~ Oenny Vie NINTH— Hal Rosecroll Freddle'i Girl First Venture Abhe Hell Uncle Uil Aunl Hallje Misslfeman Shaker Scolti C. McQuigge R. Dunn Ga. Garnsey H. Baumann F. Devi'lio H. Kye/ O. Cole R. Dunn H. Goodsell Vt. Cuirent J. Heilig Jr. D. Huff O. Bromley K. Hceney K. Keeney D. Wilson VV. Arthurs D. Corneau C. Clothier H. GoodseM E. Fuls R. Houlihan O. Hull D. Frasier R, Dunn J. Ocdge K. Parker D. Bell R. Hourihan W. Arthurs L Combs J. Richards G. Chretien K. Williams p. Dailey W. Current R. Hourihan W. Smith C. Bngardus W. Lamb R. Hamilton W. Arlhuri O. Bell D. Huff • Chretien P. Dailey F. Bradbury D. WiUon A. Ambo C. Franklin R. Hamilton W. Lemb A. Dlmino P. Dailey K. Bain Ga. Garntey H. Goadiftll A. Ambo F. Tinlky L. Ailk«n C. Fuss F. CDOM W. Arthurs H. P«rk«r W. l.»mb, 11 Maryclare 5 Allrum 9 Adams St. ; Color Bearer 10 Can Can Ann SECOND— 7 Tiny Cascade 4 War But 8 Fisher Gal 10 Ccunless Vlsu b Mamie's Relic 9 Jet Arrow 6 First Pinch 2 Linda's Gem i Jet Song 3 Chris R. THIRD— 2 Red's Devil Belter Catch 3 Garden Path Hi Pairla I Saloya > MinK's Question Danie 7 Parly Choi,:« atuckey 110 '/O 1 .y Chon FOURTH — Immer Erst 8 Ricky Joe 2nd Baylonia 1 Cecelias Sling 4 Pearl Bingo 2 Slam R»y 5 Stone Bunny 9 Orarna 3 TarqiiD FIFTH— Sea Chanter 2 Hamin Things 6 Twin Spruce 1 Star O'Ariel 3 a-FJanana Boat 4 Pensacola 7 a SUIsn Medalist Honors Shared by Pair Medalist honors in the annual invitation four-ball tournament of the Wahconah Country Club in Dalton were shared Friday by defending champions Fred Favreau and Bud Cauffman of the home club and the Berkshire Hills Country Club duo of Fred Gniadfk and Bob GitilJuvain. A stroke off pace were four tandems — Chet Mendel and Stan Brodalski of Forest Park, John Zaiken The Country Club of Pills, field and Clayt White of Ml. Anthony in Bennington, Nick Eoras- ki and Milch Boraski, and the combo of Kuzminski and Shea. Rollins Condition Is Reported Good NEW YORK fAP)—Third baseman Rich Rollins of the Minnesota Twins was reported in satisfactory condition in Lenox EJill Hospital today after being struck in the head by a sharp grounder in the fourth inning of Friday night's same al Yankee Stadium. Rollins was knocked unconscious by a smash off Ihe bat of Hector Lopez which bounced off his left cheekbone and caromed over to second base on a fly. He suffered nothing more than a superficial injury and is under observation. He was batting .309 before the game. Rollins suffered a broken jaw last April 7 in an exhibition game al Ktioxvilie, Term. He missed only three games but was forced to play with a wired jaw for a month. Rollins has company at Lenox Hill in John Blanchartl, power- hitting Yankee catcher-outfielder who was hospitalized with bronchitis Friday and will be sidelined for about t week. Jordan's Horse In $226 Payoff Phyllis C. Scott, a three-year- old filly owned by Fred Jordan of North Adams, rewarded her backers with Ihe second lughesl payoff in Saratoga Raceway history Thursday night when she came back $226.40 for $2. H was the second win in 10 starts this season for Phyllis C. Scott, who had Frank Tingley driving in a division of the Federalist Pace. Green M/. Entries - r FINALISTS — Members of fhe Williamitown Commu- nity Association's tennis clinic relax before meeting in the final matches for the boys' and girls' champion- ships. They are, I. to r., Roger White, Mrs. Norton Cushman, Miss Ellen Riorden and James Parker. Parker and Mrs. Cuihman won in straight sets. FIRST— PP Horst 6 Codorus 3 War Form I Go Rippey 8 Alma's Graph Nashua Brecon Jock*y Bu/delte Todd Baker Cutshaw Ferruccio Wgl. 122 no 122 117 115 2 Pecks Bad Boy Fairbanks 120 ' Per Crui Reilly Labfanca Marlin Keet Ferfuccio Cm* Cutshaw, Ftrruccio Level Ernst Gibb Brown Todd Green Cardella Polion Brown jrpl>y 112 101 110 15-1 120 15-1 116 201 111 20-1 5.2 3-1 4-1 6-1 6-1 6-1 fi ] 1)0 VJ-1 122 20 1 99 ZO-I 117 no no no 117 109 115 I 15 112 110 11? 115 Fairbanks 117 M Yon 122 5-2 Murphy 112 5'1 Faribanks 112 6-1 Murch'n 107 10-1 Cardella 117 121 Green 122 12-1 Pambia't 122 15'1 Pruden 1I2 % 20I Fairbanks Its Culshaw 108 Ernsl Leon* Cruj Ferrucci Tansor SIXTH — 3 Bay Hornet Ernst 7 On Credit Lalerte 4 Oxbow Grbb 6 Double Royalty Baker 2 Quisset Brown 9 Cirencester Kinl I Battle Stripe Eli« 8 Wing Mighty Leone 10 Miss Sluishe Cutshaw 5 Hineiy Todd SEVENTH 2-1 5.2 116 4-1 112 51 118 5-1 99 10-1 109 5-1 12? 122 118 115 117 1 LO/lRWOOrf 7 Top Show 4 Isernia I War Signals ' FighlitV Scott Nirgo SnalcHem _ Sudden D. 9 Little Don S. Crt.7 Ernst Pruden Brown CoppM Kenwood Brown Ernst Mackoill 3-1 4-1 5-1 61 6 I 81 113 12.t 120 1M 115 15 I 117 201 11") 5-2 116 3-1 119 101 113 201 EIGHTH — 1 Royal Guill Ernll 119 7 Social Engineer Fairbanks 122 4 Darbin Orrucci 117 8 ponglree Fairbanks 122 10 Doc's Difemrria Cut&haw 122 2 War Dilty Cruz 119 6 Golden Advllor Fairbanks 112 5 Kins Si,g Pineau 122 12-1 9 Corny Man Klnt 122 20-1 3 Bow's L»dy Pruden 105 iO-1 NIHTH — $ My Lir.lt F«!lt Emit 115 3-1 7 Ooet Well Green 116 4-1 3 Our Gedillah Ernst 116 4-1 0 O'ntre'lh TurKtyCardella 116 M 4 Marin« Jet Cnrdello 116 81 B Royit Gavin Green 116 1-1 2 Jet tides Ernst lib 12-1 » Fair Medeah Carnivilc US 15-1 6 Chant O Mini N«Uon 113 20-1 1 Irish Gem Hooper 109 20-1 TENTH— 4 Soil Steward Level 109 21 Id D*vol» Leon* 1 Hi 40 8 Coll) Arcllc Cutshaw Il6 6-1 3 Crufly Doll Fisher 111 f-1 6 Llnk'A-LInk Tucclo 116 101 1 Divln» Yon 111 10.1 7 Nock's BliU'rfly CliHhaW 111 12-i 2 Fair Robin Todd I ltd IS-1 (I Reliable Jo« Pelers 115 201 & Soft Glow Polion 111 20-1 Mrs. N. Cushman And James Parker Win Tennis Event James Parker and Mrs. Norton Cushman won the boys' and girls' divisions respectively of the tennis clinic sponsored by (he Wil- lianistowii Community Association Friday. Both winners won their final matches in straight sets. Parker sidelined Roger White 6-0, MS, and Mrs. Cushman defeated Miss Ellen Riorden 6-1, 6-0. A total of 60 children participated in the clinic under the direction of Alfred Holt. Instructors were Mrs. FJolt, Clarence Chaf- fec, Elizabeth Neyland, Mrs. Robert Shoenberg, Christopher Holt and Miss Louise Schimmell. New England Spor/s Briefs ANDOVER, Mass. (AP)— The rookies who have commanded most attention by the Boston Pa- Iriols coaching staff so Inr are ball carrier Tom Neumann from Northern Michigan, punter Dick Williamson from Alabama and versatile Harry Crump of Boston College. The three will be closely watched again in the second in- trast]iiad scrimmage at Weymouth Monday night. Neumann averaged nine yards per carry in the fir.st mirnsquad effort at Everett Thursday. "It looks like the only thing we've got to teach him is that he can't run over these guys the way he did in college," head coach Mike Ilolovak said. Williamson got off some 60-yard ptinls. Crump played the whole game as fullback and linebacker. » > «• HINSDALE, N.H. (AP)— Edgewood Giers won the featured trot| at Hinsdale Raceway Friday night in the time of 2:07.4. The winner paid $23.K). A handle of $119,32.1 was posted by Ihc crowd of 3,279. + + » PORTLAND, Maine (AP)— Ancy Doyle, bothered by the heat .so much he wasn't sure he could play the final round, wound up winning Ihe two-day, 3fi-hole New England Professional Golf Asso- 1 ciation's senior tournament. Doyle from Auburnclale, Mass., completed his round of onc-undcr- par 70 to win the competition wilh a HO yesterday. Jack Igoe of Wellcsley, Mass., had a M4 for runncrup honors while Johnny Thorcn of South Hamilton, Mass., shot a US. revealed he had been sick " Thursday night from the heat and hadn't been sure he'd be able lo continue. Defending champion Erl Burke of Norfolk, Mass., wound up ninth with a IM, * * * POWNAL, Vt. (AP) — Home Folks scored a second successive victory last night to win the feature race at Green Mountain Park in 1 :39.2, just one-fifth of • second off the track record, and paid $7.20 lo win. A daily double combination of Madison Avenue and Grey Primer paid $111.60. A crowd of 6,326 wagered $230,783. Legion Game Off In the Majors (By the Associated Press) American League Lebanese Golf Tourney Aug. 18 Pittsfield Faces South Deerfield .55,1 .545 Pet. G.B. .633 — 8 9 9'A IfHi 15 17 W. New York .... 62 35 Baltimore .... 57 4G Chicago 54 45 Minnesota 54 46 .540 I Boston 52 46 .531 Cleveland .... 49 52 .485 Kansas Cily ..46 53 .465 las Angeles ..48 56 .462 17',z Detroit 41 55 .427 20'z Washington .. 35 64 .354 28 Friday's- Results New York 6, Minnesota 5 Boston '5, Los Angeles 4 Baltimore 6, Chicago 0 Cleveland 3, Kansas Cily 2 Washington 3, Detroit 1 Today's Games Kansas Cily al Cleveland Minnesota at New York Los Angeles at Boston Washington at Detroit Chicago at Baltimore (2 twi- night) Sunday's Gamea Washington at Detroit (2) Kansas Cily at Cleveland (2) Chicago at Baltimore Minnesota at New York (2) Los Angeles at Boston (2) Monday's Games Kansas City al New York IMS Angeles at Cleveland (N) Chicago at Washington (N) Detroit at Baltimore (N) Minnesota at Boston (N) National League W. L. Pci. G.B. Los Angeles .. 62 ,W .614 — St. Louis 57 44 .5fi4 5 San Francisco 5fi 46 .52D 6'.i Cincinnati .... 55 47 .5,19 7'i Chicago 53 -Sfi .W S Philadelphia . 53 49 .520 9'i Pittsburgh ... 50 50 .500 1114 Milwaukee ... M 51 .495 12 Houston 30 65 .375 24',i New York .... 32 70 .343 30li Friday's Results SI. Louis 4, Chicago I Cincinnati II, Milwaukee 1 HoiisUm 7, New York 3 Philadelphia fi, Los Angeles 5 San Francisco 6, Pittsburgh 4 Today's Games St. Louis al Chicago Cincinnati at Milwaukee Pittsburgh at San Francisco New York nT Houston (N) Philadelphia at Los Angeles (N) Sunday's Games St. Louis at Chicago (2) Cincinnati at Milwaukee (2) New York at Houston (N) Philadelphia at Los Angeles Pittsburgh at San Francisco Monday's Games Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N) Philadelphia at Los Angeles (N) Pittsburgh at San Francisco Only game scheduled Saratoga Results FIRST — Scnway Captain (Pregcnl) «-50 4,40 1.90 f Mickey MacPherson Plans were recently completed for n Lebanese group golf tour-| nament, pitting performers froml Frank Mastaliz's single in the WtUerbury against golfers from v! .... .,, ,. , ,. Massachusetts. The match wl'l^d wimiing run to Kive Mike Rus be played Aug. 18 at the Wyen-; so an( | South Deerfield a clulch _ tanuck Country Club, Great Bar- 3-2 victory over Pittsfield in their American Legion first round playoff series. The victory evened the The \Vitliamslown-Brmuinfjton baseball game scheduled last night was cancelled when Bennington failed lo show. (Hamilton) ,. C. Volo (Soracrville) SECOND — May Doll (Goodsell) Patsy Dillon (Tingley) Latiy Wonder (Hourihan) 3.50 5,30 3.60 2.70 6.00 3.00 2. Ml DAILY DOUBLE (*•?) -P»id $33.20. Summer Basketball Nini's News edged J. T. Bus Lines, 53-51 in the Senior Division and Police trounced Hunter's 67-25 in the Junior Division last night in North Adams Summer Basketball League at John son School Court. The box scores will be published in Monday's Transcript,' ring! on. , .. ,,, . , uu ftt;inra. i lie VIULVIJ CVCILGI Member, of the Walerbury ^ eac|) an(| team include Thomas Stevens, f ^ at Corey Peter Moray _ Jr.. P Fronticr ReB iona , Fje)d here Tommy lliomas, Buff Ctarlo.l , 2 30 Marshall Shaker and George a ' ' .„ ^ , ( pju . h Corey. Ed Shaker, Middlebury and Dan Shaker, Danbury, will also perform wilh the local team. Playing for the Bay State team will be Lou Haddad, Don Shaker and Dr. Joseph George, Bob and Ray George, Pitlsfield; Marshall Joseph and Joe George, Adams; and Lou and Harry Ferris, North Adams and George Belros of Great Harrington, A dinner will follow the tournament and plans will be discussed for additional matches. Firemen Douse Bruno's Market Firemen doused Bruno's, 16-14 last night in the Old Timers Softball League, J. Morcau the winner, Tiny Rilcy on the short end. Rougeau and Cyr hit homers. Morris had two triples, Tanner and Whitney one each. Tanner had two doubles, Rougeau, Clark one each. The line score: nrtmo's • 521 013 2 14 18 Firemen 901 321 * 16 18 Green Mt. Results FIRST — Matlison Avemie (Polion) 27.40 6.60 5.20 Rebel Dandy (Ernst) 2.60 2.BO Good Gracie (Leone) 7.00 SECOND — . Grey Primer (Brown) 7.60 3.40 2.BO Scjanto (Cnlsliaw) 2.80 2.40 Assininpi (Ernst) 3.20 DAILY DOUBLE (2-6) -Paid $111.60. THIRD — Sally Slouch (Fairbanks) 4.20 2.SO 2.40 Median Star (Cardella) Spring Note (Ernst) 4.80 Sa FOURTH — Tres Channanle (Fairbanks) .1.40 3.20 2.60 Bel Beaus (Reeves) 8.00 4.00 My Meliss (Cardella) 4.20 FIFTH — Sunica (Cm*) 11.60 4.00 3.00 Bella Negra (Fairbanks) 2.60 2.20 'riam Pass (Brown) 2.60 SIXTH — Cairn Boy (Green t 16.60 R.40 6.00 Hellenic King (Brown) 9.60 6.00 Bless My Heart (Leoue) ' s - 40 SEVENTH — Gratitude (Brown) 16.20 4.80 3.40 B« A Pal (Ltone) 3.40 2,80 Conquer (Emsl) 5.00 EIGHTH — Home Folks (Fisher) V-M 3.00 2.80 Private Eyt (Ernst) 2M 3.00 NINTH - Nochs Bullerfly (CuUhaw) 4.M 2,60 J.20 Valiant Nalion (Ernst)' -t.00 Z.M Into Wind (Fairbanks) 2.40 Attendance MM. Handle $230,- 7M. Armand Walger will pilch today. Legion Playoffs Friday's Results (First Round) Milford 6, East Longmeadow 1 East Side 5, Chicopee 3 South Deerfield 3, Pittsfield 2 Milton 7, Somerville 1 Fall River 5, Abington 0 Games Today (First Round) Pitlsfield at South Deerfield, Frontier Field, 2.30 Somerville al Milton Babe Ruth Title Game in Pittsfield The Pitlsfielri Nationals and Holyoke Americans will meet this afternoon at 2.30 at Wahconah Park to decide the Western Mass. Babe Ruth title. Holyoke copped district 1-B honors and Pittsfield won District I-A playoff honors. At slake will be a berth in the slate playoffs which will open next weekend in Longmeadow, Hinsdale Results BOSTON (AP) — "I've never »een * pair tike them anywhere in baseball," says Red Sox manager Johnny Pesky of his remarkable bullpen buddies Jack Lamabe and Dick Radatz. Lamabe, the middle distance relief pitcher acquired from (he Pittsburgh Pirates, was the winner last night and Radatz got a save as Boston snapped a four- game losing streak in beating Los Angeles 5-4. Dick Sttiarl's two-run homer and Bob Tillman's "ingle turned the tide in a three-run sixth inning. Bob Tnrley, appearing in his 300th major league game and first with the Red Sox, looked good until he tired starting against the Angels who released him recently. i But the attention was focussed on Lamabe and Radatz, who have combined won-lost record of 17-2 and were each making their 42nd appearance of the season. " Lamabe's been our forgotten man with Radatz gelling all the credit," Pesky said. "Jack has been our gem. He's kept us in a lot of ball games." Despite a series of ailments Lamabe made 46 appearances for Pittsburgh last season. Early (his year tie found his troubles were due to 'two absessed teeth and had them removed. Radalz revealed after lasl nighl's game lie has been giving the opposition a handicap even though they've done little with it. He's bothered by some badly infecled tonsils. Before he went into the details, however, Radatz recalled he had followed Lamabe "about half a dozen times this year." "This is a great arm here," Radalz said pointing to Lamabe. "I've been getting all (he credil this season but this guy has been doing a great job. I've said it before and I'll say it again." "You've got to get them out for 3 or 4 innings, that's my job," Lamabe said. "Then Radatz comes in and you know they won't score at all off him. The door's shut. He can just strike them out when he wants to." -"My tonsils are infected so bad 4.00 7.00 5.00 6.20 3.80 2.60 3.00 7.80 3.80 3.40 9.60 4.40 3.60 8.00 FIRST — Shailan (Higgins) 6.20 5.00 Vionetle (Cossetle) 23.40 Commissioner (Buswell) SECOND — Audbrey York (Madison) Miss linpala (Nason) Cheryl Hal (Trnilt) DAILY DOUBLE (2-2) $28.60. THIRD — Gloria Heather (Higgins) MHW (Gilman) Ruslry Royal (Pike) FOURTH - crct Reward (Robinson) Highland Flight (Berry) Captain Sword (Rankin) FIFTH Esquire's Sea Be« (Pease) 7.60 4.00 Margo Song (Houle) 4.60 Roger Key (Robinson) SIXTH — Brick's Bucky (Foster) 12.90 4.BO Mighty Regent (Berry) 4.00 Tel's Tip (Carter) SEVENTH — Debbilands (Sirgley) 5.20 3.60 Esquire Rob (Fenno) 4.60 Bay Slat* Andy (Silk) EIGHTH — Edgewood Giers (Wilsey) 23.60 10.40 Homestretch Dudt (Burgess) Calumet's Hazel (Dray ton) NINTH — Success Clyde (Foster) Bullelt HH.VM (Csssldy) Smokey H (Nfl«m) 2.40 4.80 •Paid 3.60 3.00 4.80 7.80 5.20 5.00 S.OO 3.00 3.60 8.60 2.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 4.80 2.40 5.00 3.60 3.80 3.00 1.40 4.W 2.60 2.80 Pair Have Won Lost Record Totaling 17-2 it feels like lliere's a plate in my throat sometimes," Hadatz revealed. "Tliey've really bothered me a lot. But the doctor said I'd be out five days and I fold him I can't afford it now. I can't have them out until the season is over in October." Gary Gciger, who drove in Boston's first two ruiis witn a solo homer and a double, made a saving defensive play hacking up Carl Yastrzemski. The situation saw a runner on first base in the eighth inning. Yaz missed a diving catch on a Bob Rodgers fly and fell motionless and face down, Geigcr raced over, retrieved the ball and cut down the lead runner with a perfect strike to Frank Malzone at third. Radatz came In from the bullpen and fanned pinchhitier Rob Sadowski to end the threat. Turfey fanned e i g li t before being chased in the sixth. Ken Hunt greeted Lamabe with a ls*'o- run single making it 4-2 but the Sox came back in the home half and look command again. "Turley had very good stuff, I was extremely pleased," Pesky said of the 32-year-old righthand- er afterward. The teams meet again today with rookie Bob Heffner (l-.l) working against Dan Osinskf (7-5). Adams Babe Rufh Hoosac Valley-First National Bank 8, Arnold's 5, John Rousseau the winner. Bernie Ouimette jlhe loser. Each fanned 11. Rousseau walked three, Ouimelte seven. George Anderson hit a double. RBIs: Anderson 2, Buzzell. Anderson stole t\vo bases, Nimmons, Ouimettt 1 one each. Rousseau, Nimmons and Harrington completed a double play. On Monday Albert's-Supcr Markets play Nelco. Tuesday, HV- FNB meets Arnolds. The finals in the Round Hobin, best of three, starls Wednesday. The line score: HV-FNB 101 02-! X—8 S B Arnold's 0300020—5 5 7 U—Ted Turoczy, Bob Constant. CREEGAN MEMORIAL WINNER — Mrs. Gordon Ch««ibro of Notch Rd., North Adams, 1963 winner of th« Eleanor Creegan Memorial Goll Tournament at laconic Golf Club in Williamstown. The memorial is given by Harry F. Creegan in memory of his wife. Mrs. Eileen Siciliano was the first winner in 1962. Mrs. Cheesbro's name will be placed alongside that of Mrs. Siciliano's on the Creegan Memorial plaque in the Taconic club house. Mrs. Choeibro also will receive a pin. In the 1963 tournament, played over rocont weeks, Mrs. Clinton E. Whitnoy, Mrs. Ralph FrcssoNt and Mrs. Ray Boucher were runnor-upi.
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