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MONDAY, AFTERNOON, AUGUST 12, 1963 THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT NINE Yankees Boost League Lead to 9 Full Games Over Chisox Willie Mays Sparks San Francisco Hope (By the Associated Press) Willie Mays is hilling and the Giants are winning. The National League story is as simple as that. With Willie still working on a 13- game hilling string, San Francisco has won 15 of its last 19. From 10 games back on July 20, the Giants now trail the Los Angeles Dodgers by only 314 games with seven weeks to go. The fellow who was quoting odds on a Dodger-Yankee World Series when the fight mob was in Las Vegas in late July must have revised his line. The Dodgers may win it but they are no "out" bet. Koufax Routed The front-line Dodger pitching faltered Sunday when Cincinnati knocked out Sandy Koufax in a six-run sixth inning en route to a 9-4 victory on 16 hits. The Giants made it three in a row over the Phillies, 5-1, on a five-hitter by Jack Sanford with ninth-inning assist from Billy Hoefl and Don Larsen. Jerry Lynch provided the heroics al Pittsburgh with a two-run homer that gave the Pirates a 2-1 edge over Houston. Hal Brown had a 1-0 \eacl with two out in the ninth. Then Roberto Ciemente singled and Lynch hit his 10th home run. Tony Cloninger turned in. the top pitching job by striking out II St. Louis Cardinals while pitching a four-hitler for the Milwau kee Braves who beat Curt Sim mons 9-1. Eddie Malhews hil f three-run homer for Ihe Braves. Dick Ellsworth won his 16th for the Chicago Cubs in the 8-1 open er but the New York Mets bounced back wilh a vengeance and clobbered the Cubs 11-4 for a split of their doubleheader. Hitler Helps Chuck Hiller drove in three runs for tlie Giants, two of them with a seventh-inning homer off John Boozer, the relief man for loser Cat McLish. Mays' key double in the fifth opened up a 3-0 Giant lead. Frank Robinson launched the big sixth-inning rally for Cincinnati with his 16lh homer. Koufax, rolling along with a 4-1 lead at the start of the sixth, was the victim. Instead of his 19th victory, Sandy had to settle for his Jiflh defeat Jim O'Toole won his 15th will- help from Al Worthinglon. Frank Howard and Tommy Davis hom- ered for Ihe Dodgers and Don Pav- lelich and Robinson for the Reds Wightman Cup Junior Grid Won by U.S. |League Signup For 29th Time At Williamstown CLEVELAND (AP)—The Unit ed Slates owns the Wightman Cup tor Ihe 29th time today, but : ' C-l triumph over Great Brita linest women tennis players was not as decisive as Ihe score dicales. Led by Darlene Hard, who wa. seeking revenge, and bouncy Billif Jean Moffilt, the American girls turned a 2-1 advantage into a rou by sweeping all iour matches Sunday. Nancy Richey, a tough com petitor from Dallas, started the U.S. to its runaway by outlasting 4-foot-ll Deidre Catt in a key match, 14-12, 6-3. Six times in the opening set — second longesl ~ Wightman Cup history — Mt Call needed a game point for set victory, but Nancy would not quit. Then Miss Hard, who was upset Saturday by British southpaw star Ann Hay don Jones for the visitors only victory, turned on a brilliant display of tennis to crush powerful Christine Truman, 6-3 6-0. That clinched the silver cup for the U.S. In one of Ihs finest playec matches, Miss Moffitt turned back Mrs. Jones, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3. Miss Mickey, a Southern Meth odist University home economic! major, teamed with Donna Floyc Fales of New York in the fina 1 doubles match. They complete: the U.S. sweep with a 6-4, 6-8, 6-: victory over Miss Catt and Eliz abcth Starkie. 20-Yeor-Old Golfer Wins First Tourney BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (AP) —On 20-year-old Tom Weiskopf's first try in big time competitive golf he has come away a big winner. Tlie former Ohio State star romped oft with the 61st Wester Amateur Open Championship with a cool 5 and 4 victory over na tional amateur champion Labron Harris Jr. Sunday al O'Woods course. Shooting one-under-par for the 14 holes of the final match, Weis kopf kept the pressure on his 21 year-old Stillwater, Okla., foe from the start. Weiskopf, a crewcut blond from Bedford, Ohio, won Hie firsl two holes, held Ihe margin through Ihe llth, and won the last three. He finished in a flourish, wedging out for a six-foot putt on Ihe 13th and dropping a 15-foot birdie putt on Hie 14th. Litth Leagues Norlh Adams Eagles 22, 1UE 8, Nichols the winner, Hazzard also working, Clcary the loser. SO —Nichols 5. Cleary 4, Hazzard 3. W — Nichols 3, Hazzard 4. Nichols allowed just one hit. Quinton hit a homer and double. Kirby stole a base. RBIs: Nichols 3, Kirby, Hazzard 2, Hillard, Quinlon 5, Masselli, Lacross 2. Wood marie an oulstnding calch in ccnler field. The line score: Eagles 6!)0 502—2220 IUE 010 430— 8 1 Exhibition Football (Hy lh>' Associated 1'ress) SundayM Result! American League Oakland 35, Denver 19 National league No games scheduled Saturday'!) Results Chicago 17, New York 7 Baltimore 26, Philadelphia 21 Green Bay 27, PilUsburgh 7 Detroit 24, Cleveland 10 Minnesota 43, Sail Francisco 2D ., Amcrknn league •San Diego 50, Boston 17 Registration and tryouts for Williamstown community football league teams will be held Tuesday through Friday-of (his week from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the little league field on Stetson Rd., it was announced by John D. Courtney. Tryouts will be held for boys 9 through 11 and 12 through 14 years of age, Mr. Courtney said. Boys interested in playing should fill out the form below and mail it fo Mr. Courtney at 23 Arnold St. or bring it with them to the tryouts. Williamstown Football Name: Address: Age: Weight: Birth Date: Parent's Signature: State Street Nine Takes Two Games Ray Davids chalked up his 20th and 21st wins during the weekend as the State Street nine edged the Copley Stars on Saturday, 3-2, and defeated Savoy in a hard-hitting game Sunday, 18-12. In Saturday's game, a four: hitler for Davids, the batting stars were W. Adams, K. Morin, R. Davids, and J. Campedelli, while Billy Hobinson and Hank Gamari played fine defensive games. Don Vitale and Ken Morin were the pacesetters yesterday with four hils each, including a homer and two doubles for Vitale and three doubles lor Morin, Walt Adams, Tom Morin, and Billy Robinson had Ihree hits each. The State Street club, with a record now of 21-5, will seek its 22nd win tonight when il plays the Monroe Stale Forest nine, winners in 18 o! its last 24 games. Irene Tworig Misses Starting Tourney Berth C-olf has many disappointments for its devotees, and the latest to suffer the pangs was Irene Tworig of Williamstown, who failed to qualify for a starting pot* in the USGA's National Women's Am a teur tournament scheduled for her Taconic home course. A five-handicap golfer and one of the finest players in Western New England, she was certain to have had a substantial gallery o followers from this area. As il is, she now is listed as- 12th al ternate. Also disappointed was Peggy Head Daniels of Adams, another Taconic member, who worke< hard lo achieve a six-handicap only to learn that six-handicaps were not even in the draw for th« 123 starting berths because of the record 148 entries. So she is 18th on the list of alternate players. In the Majors (By the Associated Presi) American League W. L. Pel. G.B 74 40 66 50 50 New York .... 74 40 .649 — Chicago 66 50 .569 9 Minnesota .... 65 50 .563 9V4 Baltimore .... 65 54 .546 II 1 Cleveland .... 57 61 .483 19 Boston 34 60 .474 20 Kansas City ..52 62 .456 22 Los Angeles ..54 66 .450 23 Detroit 51 63 .447 23 Washington .. 42 74 .362 22 Saturday's Results Chicago 5, Detroit 1 Minnesota 5, Boston 3 Washington 6, Baltimore 5 Kansas City 6, Cleveland 3 New York 2, Los Angeles 1 Sunday's Results Cleveland 2, Kansas City 1 Baltimore 6, Washington 2 New York 6, Lon Angeles 4 (10 innings) Minnesota 5, Boston 2 Detroit 7-1, Chicago 2-3 (second 11 innings) Today's Games Boston at Minnesota Only game scheduled Tuesday's Games Washington at Los Angeles (N) Detroit at Kansas City (N) Baltimore at Minnesota (N) Cleveland at Chicago (N) New York at Boston (N) National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles ..69 46 ian Francisco 66 50 .569 3'A It. Louis — :incinnati .. Jhicago Pittsburgh .. Philadelphia Milwaukee . Houston New York .600 .569 .542 .533 .530 .309 .508 .500 .385 .325 714 8 10'/2 1014 1H4 2314 32 Saturday's Results Chicago 4, New York 0 San Francisco 7, Philadelphia 6 St. Louis 6, Milwaukee 5 Pittsburgh 3, Houston 2 Los Angeles 10, Cincinnati 3 Sunday's Results San Francisco 5, Philadelphia Pittsburgh 2, Houston 1 Milwaukee 9, St. Louis 1 Cincinnati 9, Los Angeles 4 Chicago 8-4, New York 1-11 Today's Games San Francisco at Philadelphia (N) Houston at Pittsburgh (N) Only games scheduled. Tuesday's Games Pittsburgh at New York (N) San Francisco at Cincinnati (N) Los Angeles at Milwaukee (N) Houston at St. Louis (N) Only games scheduled Yastrzemski Says Players Need More Resf Periods MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL (AP)— American League batting leader Carl Yastrzemski predicts lhat regular players will be gelling brief scheduled rests during the course of the baseball season, wilhin a few years. Yastrzehiski, who is hilling .33? after collecting one hit in three trips during yesterday's 5-2 Red Sox loss to the Minnesota Twins, believes the regulars will gel about three rest periods of three clays duration "with the player given one free day for himself when he could go to the beach or :lo what he wants away from the park." Not Real Rest If you come to the park," he explained, "that's not a day of rest actually, and you might as well play as long as you're ,here." Yastrzemski says a player can jet tired "mentally more than physically." He said "it comes down to the poM where your every day is going to the park, catching planes or buses and suiting up." The former Notre Dame star lasn't looked loo tired on the current road trip in which the Red Sox have run their losing streak lo nine. In the first eight games, he had 2 hits In 28 it baU for a .428 average. Bo.-ton's controversial first baseman, Dick Stuart, also has •rotluced during Hie Irip—al least iince hitting Mlnnesotn. Stuart ins lanen over '.he lead in Ihe engue home derby with 28 and is still in front of Ihe league in rubs batted in with 78. Nine of Stuart's homers have been against Minnesota with four oi them coming in the currenl series. Bui despite the batting feats of the two leaders, the Red Sox continued their plummeting toward the lower regions of the league standings. The Red Sox are now in sixth place, 20 games behind the Yankees. Third for Twins The Twins took the third straight game of the series yesterday on a strong 5-hitter by Camilo Pascual, an old Red Sox nemisis. Stuart's homer in Ihe sixth, wilh Yastrzemski on base, provided the only Boston runs. Pascual stntck out eight, including Stuart three times. Thai ran Stuart's strikeouts to 104. 7x>ilo Versalles, one of the weaker hitters in the Twins lineup, hit his Uiird home run in as many days to get Minnesota started in the fourth, 2-0. Don Mincher belted a three-run homer in the next inning to w»p up the game. Bob Turley wa> the starter and loser for Boston. He is now 2-9. Relief pitcher Arnold Earley provided the only bright note for Boston, culling off Ihe Twins over the last two innings without hit. ' Bob Heffner goes after hi* second win ifc»!n today, facing either Jim Knat (.'•; 3) or Djck Stigman (12-10). Heffner has kwt Jiree since beating the Yankees li his major league debut. Favreau Cops Allied Title, Sets Record A new champion was crownet in the 6Mh annual Allied Championship of Berkshire County at the Wahconah Country Club Sun day at Dalton. Fred Favreau of the home club set a course record of 34-33—67 four under par in the initial roum of the 36-hole test — and then added a 36-35—71, for his victorious 138. A missed putt on the 36th green prevented him from tying the all lime low of 137 set by Bob Jones 3d of the Country Club of Pitts field, Wabconah Team Winner In the team championship, the Wahconah Country Club successfully defended its crown with a 298 for the four-man team. This was four strokes better than the runner-up Country Club of Pills- field, which posted a 302. Dixon Daniels of the Taconic Club of Williamstown, defending champion, missed his chance for a record-breaking five straight when he rocketed to a six-over par 77 on his first round. A victory for Daniels would have given him the honor of reigning as allied champion with his wife, Peggy. In the individual play, Dick Tworig of Taconic registered a 74-74-148 to finish fifth. Area team scores were as follows: Taconic (307) Dick Tworig 74, Dix Daniels, 77, John Chapman, 76, and Dave McLeiland BO; Forest Park, Adams, (316) Stan Brodalski, 76, Paul Dubois 81, Emil Haczka, 79, and Marty Koscielniak, 80; and North Adams Counlry Club, (327) Steve Kawa, 77, John Roy, 86, Jim Meaney, 87, and Jim. Fabricius, 77. Annual Musial Repori Pops Up MILWAUKEE (AP) — The now nearly annual report that Stan Musial, the great hitting star of lire St. Louis Cardinals, will quit at the end of this season has popped up again. Milwaukee Sentinel baseball writer Lou Chapman sold Sunday a close friend of the 42-year-old Musial quoted him as saying, I'll be in the front office next year." Musial, who has more than 3, 600 hits — a record unequaled in the major leagues — was asked about the report and said: "It's too early to talk about next year." Weekend Fights (By the Associated Press) IBADAN, Nigeria — Middleweight champion Dick Tiger, 159%, Nigeria, stopped Gene Fullmer, 160, West Jordan, Utah, 7. Title match, SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.- Welterweight champion E m i 1 e Griffith, 150'A, New York, out- pointed Holly Mims, 154'A, Washington, 10. Non-title. MANILA — Marcel Juban, 118, Manila outpointed Curly Aquirre, 11714, Manila, 12. Saratoga Entries FIRST— Peg HI Le 2 Trebbe G. 3 McFadden Regent i Dora Bounty R. Ward J. Dodge M. Akoury, Jr B. Bogardus C. McQulgge M. Bloodgood H. Fnlger D, Huff S Priscilla Wick Frontino Shadydale Biscuit Bright Sunset SECOND— Mr. Cherish B. Elliott 2 Marion E. Volo C. Peckham 3 Royal Senator H. Goodsell i Dusty's Dream f- LaRouech 5 Diamond Coast H. Folger 6 Scotch Ann H. Kyer Calypso f- Coons Patapsco Boy R. Hamilton THIRD— 1 Dr. Oilier E. Moore ? Tide Song Ga. Oarnsey 3 a-Darn Special F. Livingston 4 Lansing Hanover H. Hoyt 5 Lee Ezra B, Elliolt 6 Drum D. Hull 7 Coin Collector R. Price S Mr. Johnnie J. Helig Jr. 9 a-Llttle Floor Show J. Gerrily 10 Smoke Rings R. Simser 11 Hazy Hanover E. Matluccl 12 Harlan Marv W. Current FOURTH— 1 Vivian Tenbrooks D. Huff 2 Red Top Forbei C. Oby 3 Knight Yeado D. Bromley 4 Ensign Wyn C. Lewis 5 Bonny B. Good C. Bogardus 6 Victor Flanagan P. Rusio 7 Maple Hill King W. Arthurs 8 McDale Melburn M. Akoury Jr. FIFTH— 1 Yankee Mark R. Webber 2 Babe Dares R. Relsenweaver Jr. 3 Madam's B. Gallon W. Arthurs 4 Drummin Man A. Wilsey Jr. Kathy Sprlngwood G. Chretien 6 Syndy's Gail Ga. Garnsey 7 Avalon Cella R, Bean E Miss Bill Gallon R. Hamilton I Clayhaven Triton E. Moore SIXTH— Melburn Bella H, Goodsell 2 Emll Jay R- Hamilton 3 General Byrd G. Kazmaler 4 Rebel Land Chick A. WMsey Jr. 5 Shadydala HI Tone D. Chllds Laird Peter K. Williams Bev HI le W, Arthurs 1 Melvln Creed C. Kelly SEVENTH— Scothaven Bomber W. Lamb 2 Hazel Mit« D. Bromley Surprise Eden C. Bogardus Parson Ta«» ". Childs 5 Abbdlalwyn Hal H. Parker 6 Witty Wick T. Valente 7 Dale Purdue P. Dailey I Meadow Stacey G. Chretien EIGHTH— Aunt Hallle Willow Brook NX) Pappy's Prida Pted Main S Freddie's Girl Lib G«nasea Traffic Manager S Ml» l.«o Chief NINTH— Pee Wea Potter Abb* Dell Gay Haltn Pammy Hanover ChucKery Corncri Miss Lyndon Reldiit Wick Honest Injun W. Arthurs R. Hamilton R. Kourihan A. Ambo r, Tlngliy 0, Cole 0. Bromley D. Huff W, Ringer H. Folger R. Hamilton W. Arthurs M, Bloodgoori i.. Fanelll F. Coons H, Parker Schouler Loop Sets Playoff Schedule President Bob Chilson of the give Jerry Tassone the mound Stuart Schouler Baseball League nod for the West Enders, while lias announced the playoff sched- Coach Ferris is expected to call ule for the Senior Division, con- |U n either Joey Prenguber or sisting of boys 15 and 16 yearsiHerve Roy. All three are top- si age. I flight hurlers, and a mound duel This evening, starting at 6^3 a likely prospect. If the Greylock Community Club wins this final regular season game, a one-game playoff for the second-half crown will be played wilh the Adams Super Markets team. This game will be played at 4 o'clock next Saturday aflernoon at either Noel or Greylock fields, the site to be announced later. Then, on next Sunday afternoon, al 2 o'clock, Ihe best 2 of Haskins area, has already clinch- 3 baltle for the league eham- ed a spot in the final playoffs pionship will begin. The second by virtue of copping the first half game wi' 1 played on the fo!- - - - • - r> and the third and finai f necessary, will ! following Sun- o'clock al Noel Field, the final game of the second half schedule will be played between the Ashkar Sales club, coached by the Greylock nine, coached by Stu George. This game, a replay of a previous 1 to 1 tie, will have an important bearing on deciding the ultimate second half champion. Ashkar Sales, representing the Bill Ferris, and Community Club crown with a 5 and 1 mark. The West End boys representing the Community Club are in a much tougher spot, however. Going into day. this contest, they are ore-half game behind the Adams Super Markets nine, representing the Freeman area and coached by Aime Thibert, and they miisl win in order to finish in a tie for the second half crown. Coach George is expected to 0 records, Area Sports f vents Tri-City League Spartans vs Chick's Noel Field - 8:30 Old Timers League Recreation vs Transcript Braytonville — 6:15 Sprague League* Brown Street vs Spec. Products Greylock - 6:15 Adams Industrial League Dewey & Almy vs L. L. Brown Russell Field - 6:15 Baseball ' Williamstown Legion vs Schouler League Noel Field — 6:00 Summer Basketball Police vs Hunter's — 6:15 J. T. Bus Lines vs Nini News — 7:30 Mark Hopkins Sorague vs Lions — 6:15 Western Gateway vs Co. K Old Timers — 7:30 Johnson Court be player The nine, representing the Johnson area and coached Lewitt by Tim Bergendahl, has already copped the Junior Division championship, consisting of boys 13 and 14 years old, by winning both halves with idcnlical 5 and New England Sports DANVERS, Mass. (AP)— Peabody, Mass., will play Burlington, VL, tonight for the Region One Lillle League Baseball championship. Peabody gained the finals by winning the Massachusetts title Saturday with a 5-1 victory over Middleboro. Burlington won the so-called New England tourney Saturday, beating Woonsocket, R.I., 1-0. PROVIDENCE, Charles Chorlton Mass., has won R.I. (AP) of Somerset, the national Town Class sailing championship. Chorlton scored one victory and finished third Iwice to edge his closest rival, Jack McAleer of Riverside, with a low-score-wins total of only 634 points. PARKERSBURG, W. Va. — Wood County, W Va,, (AP) plays New Bedford, Mass., today for the Eastern Division Junior Pony League Baseball Championship. The once-defeated West Virginia nine handed New Bedford its first loss in Ihe double elimination tourney yesterday when Mike Sandy hurled a no-hitler for a 12-0 victory. * CRANSTON, R.I. (API-Puerto Rico has won the New England Babe Ruth League baseball tourney and a berth in the national tourney at Farmington, N.M. Miguel Morales struck out 16 while pitching a two-hitter to whitewash Manchester, N.H., 7-0 in yesterday's regional finals. WARREN, R.I. president of the (AP) - The Warren Little League Is asking for a congressional probe of the parent organization's insistence that member leagues buy their insurance from a single company. Fred J. Jannltlo also said he will take his case to the Rhode Island insurance commissioner. Little League, Inc. officers al Williamsporl, Pa., said the American Casualty Co. submitted the lowest of 12 bids for the insurance contract but insisted on 100 per cent participation in order lo maintain Ihe lower rale. BOSTON (AP) — The Boston Celtics have signed draft choice, Chuck their third Kriston of Valparaiso. The 6 - fool-2 back- court ace had been Ihe top scor- at Valparaiso for three seasons. Other rookies previously signed ijy the Celtics this year are Bill Green of Colorado Slalc, W. D. Stroud of Mississippi Slate and Connie McGuire of Southeast Oklahoma State. * * BROOKLTNE, Mass, (AP) — Longtime favorite Shirley Fry has entered the Nalional Doubles Tennis Tournament al the Longwood Crickel Club Aug. 18-25 after an absence of several years. The popular star of Ihe '50s, now Mrs. Shirley Irvin of Wesl Hartford, Conn., held the doubles crown wilh Doris Harl for four years (IMl-M). She is entered this year with Betty Rosenquest Pratt of Jamaica, B.W.I. * * + HINSDALE, N.H. (AP>- Chief Billjohn won the feature mile pace at Hlnsdale Raceway Saturday night in 2.05 1-5, paying $8.20. An attendance of 5,653 wagered a season's high of »197,179. + * » SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — Six of the nine Springfield Col- ege games will be at home the 1963 Gymnast football schedule reveals. The slate, announced Uts Coast Guard the new opponent today, Academy as for the Maroons who meet them in lh« season finale Nov. 16. Springfield will have 16 lettermen on Iheksquad which will report to coach Ted Dunn Sept. 1. QUONSET POINT, R.I. (AP)Pompton Lakes, N.J., has won the Eastern Regional Senior Little League Baseball Tournament. Glen Hazen pitched a three-hit- ler in Pompton Lakes' 4-0 victory over Wappingers Falls, N.Y., Saturday. The New Jersey team now moves lo the nalional tourney at Bethlehem, Pa., Friday and Saturday. * * * LINCOLN, R.I. (AP)- Lincoln Downs, the first major track to hold night thoroughbred racing, returns to action under Ihe lights tonight. The 34-night, two-day meeting gets underway with a nine-race card headed by the Watch Hill seven furlong allowance race. Lincoln will be running in conflict with the day meeting at Rockingham Park, Salem, N.H., through Sept. 7. Lincoln again offers the twin double, multiple pool betting on the sixth through the ninth races. One twin payoff returned $47,611.80 here last April 13. The first night racing at Lincoln last summer produced a nightly average handle of $599,76(1. This spring the night handle climbed fo an average of $799,013. * * * SALEM, N.H.. (AP) - The largest crowd of the meeting, 17,848, saw Red Scrapper make a great stretch rim and nip By Invitation in a photo finish in the While Mountain Handicap at Rockingham Park, Carl Landers rode Red Scrapper in his brilliant come-from-be- hiud nose viclory Saturday. The longshot paid $27.20, $8,60 and $4.20 after covering the 1 1-16 miles in 1:44 3-5. The big crowd wagered $1,421,375. Hinsdale Entries Co. K Loring Talro 0 Filliault 7 Cariddi 0 ~aproni 1 Skorupski 10 Alcaro 3 Totals 25 B 0 Gamari 7 Faille 5 Tokarz 2 I 2 4 1 22 B , 4 . 0 . 3 . 0 . 1 Mahoney 12 Totals 20 Western Gateway B Cariddi 6 Less 0 Altieri 2 R. Boisjolie 4 George 1 Trenli 5 FIRST— 1 Tiger Fritr 2 Typisl 3 Welcome Sheila Shadydale Tnniwyn 5 Roger Barnes 6 Paula's Boy 7 Little Dime 8 Royal Ganlle SECOND— 1 Goldla Blackguard 2 Don Rhap 3 Goldie B's Flecka 4 Easter Surprise 5 Tommy's Dream 6 Bay Stale Joan 7 Clyde Direct 8 Prospect THIRD— 1 Northeast Express 2 Red Preak Hester S 4 Veslan 5 Evelyn's Ardent A. dickering V. Pizzano W. Silk Jr. M. BEckv/ith F. Parker J. Kane E. Cosselle R, Fenno 6 Bell Way 7 Darnit 8 Rile One FOURTH — 1 Hobo 2 Billy J 3 Knight Palch 4 Lebanon Boy 5 Gay Maundy 6 AdiopoFa Vales 7 DFscotl Patch 8 High Sierra FIFTH — 1 Virginia Dolmonl 2 Smokey H 3 Stewardship 4 Clara's Merry Song 5 Kalrina Van 6 Miss Bonnie Jack 7 Sunny Ed s Counsel's Jim SIXTH— 1 Hart/ey's Soy 2 Borderline 3 Whisty Ro» 4 C H F 5 perischord G Bailla 7 J»ni« Key 8 Nira's PrinCMl SEVENTH— 1 Chris Forbn 2 Royal Earl 3 Princely Direct 4 Ned Rosecrott Scotch Eagle 6 Volo M. Spencer 7 Texts W>y Mr, Arthur EIGHTH— 1 Evening Coast 2 Sampson Frisco F. Pike L. Shea L. Berry p. Plants Jr. O. Burgoyne H. Lamb S, Valiante L. Lareau Jr. E. Gllman F. Townsend C. Wowers R. Fenno M. Beckwilh G. Burgess W. Silk Jr. B. Kolseth E. Burgess F. Carlirccl B, Beckwitr C. Mallison 0. Burgoyne W, Collins P. Constantino A. Nascn S. Wasielak A. Nason D. Carlisle Jr. 3 Bli impi 'ack Dazzl* 4 Urolon Boy 5 Spunky Miss 6 Mountain Glow 7 Qrattan Hall 8 Dewey McElwyn NINTH— Bad Boy Bert 2 Sunday Knl|ht 3 Aflon Lydia 4 Brooke Scot 5 Proud Pr!nce« 6 Terry C : '. B' *.w«T • Mill Impala G. Harp Jr. E. Gllman T. Carr N. Watson P. Davis W. Blake 1. B.rg G, Harp Jr. W. Padgett R. Collelle P. Plante Jr. A, Chlckerlne; A. Sorrentlno R. Rankin F.: Parker fl. Pease F. Cnstlne M, O'Nul H. Lamb V. Plzzano A. Nason Summer Hoop Loop Box Scores Juniors Police B Dassatti 0 Norcross 0 Scully 9 Howe 1 Davine 6 Totals 24 Sprague B Patashnick 3 Rigowski 0 Tavares 0 Boisvert 2 Lipa 2 Hurlbut 3 Bulled 4 Howard, Lopez Pace Yanks Over Angels (By the Associated Press) It's not bad enough that the New York Yankees are making a rout of the American League pennant race in their usual fashion, but now they've come up with a new gimmick: They're sending up their pinch hitters two or three times a game. So you get him out the first time he comes up and the second or third time he kicks your head in. Unfair? Well, not quite. One-Two Punch Take Etston Howard and Hector Lopez. Howard went in to bat for Yogi Berra in the eighth inning o! Sunday's game with the Los Angeles Angels and filed out in routine fashion. In the same inning Lopez batted for Al Downing and also flied out. No damage done. But both of them stayed in the game. So the Angels go into the ninth with a 4-1 lead and promptly retire the first two Yankees. But the next two draw walks and Howard comes up again. So Art Fowler comes on lo face him. His first pitch lands in the left-field seats and it's a tie game. So Lopez comes up again in the 10th with a runner on second and singles up 'the middle, driving in the tie-breaking run. He scored a second run a few minutes later on an Angel error. So the Yankees with 6-4, extend- ing their winning string lo six, the Angels' losing string to seven and boosted the New York first-place margin over Chicago to nine full games. The While Sox split a pair with Detroit, the Tigers winning the first 7-2 and the White Sox the second, 3-2 on Dave Nicholson's • 18th homer of the season with one out in the llth. Minnesota closed to within a half game of the White Sox on the strength of their sixth straight victory, a 5-2 edge over Boston, whilf Cleveland edged Kansas City 2-1 and Baltimore beat Washington 6-2. The Yankee vicolry at Los Angeles was their 19th in 25 games and their eighth in 10 extra-inning affairs (his season. Howard's dramatic shot, his 23rd homer of the season, was the turning point. In the 10th, winning pitcher Bill Stafford led oil with a scratch single and went to second on Phil Linz' sacrifice. Lopez followed with his run-scoring single and one out later scored on shortstop Jim Fregosi's error. Don Mincher and Zoilo Versalles hit homers for ttie streaking Twins, and Camilo Pascual stopped Boston on five hits for his 14th victory. The Red Sox' Dick Stuart increased his league- leading home run total to 28 with a two-run shot in the sixth. Totals 14 Seniors 5 23 J. T. Bus Lines B Senecal 4 Bryson Vadnais McConnell Spooner Totals Nini's News Boisjolie Gentile Shapiro Francis Foote Totals Lions D'Arcangelo •••• Bernard! Gallese Scrivens .. Durant 18 B 8 5 . 1 . 5 Totals 28 Hunters B Gallagher " Spooner 3 Buzzcll 4 Rys 2 Bulletti 0 Pnrlenope Calahan .. Hurbult .. F 2 0 4 0 2 1 2 11 F 0 2 4 4 0 2 0 0 12 F 1 2 0 0 1 1 5 F 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 F 4 0 0 1 0 5 F 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 8 Nelly Roy Posts [Boston Patriots Trampled By Coast Chargers Low Gross Score jAt Country Club Lionel (Nelly) Roy registered the low gross in the 18-hole medal full handicap tourney at the North Adams Country Club yesterday. He turned in a card of S'J-ST-^S. Tied for low net were Billy Tisdale, who had 81-10-71, and Billy Elder, wilh 84-13—71. .Lynch Strong 61 P 0 16 H| 82! On Pinch PITTSBURGH (AP)—Slamming pinch-hil home runs mighl be Jerry Lynch's forte, but the Pills- 56 20 Totals 13 1 27 Officials: Milanesi, Mahoney. Summer Basketball Makeup Games Makeup games in the Summer Basketball league, originally slated for Aug. 7, will be played to- light on the courts where they were first scheduled. burgh Pirate slugger would be happier if he could smash more homers as H starting outfielder. Like Sunday, for instance, when his two-run bias! with two out in the last of the nintli powered the Pirates lo a dramatic 2-1 come- from-behind victory over Houston al Forbes Field. Pittsburgh was headed towards a 1-0 defeat when Lunch golfec Hal (Skinny) Brown's low knuckle ball into the upper deck in right field with Bob Clemeute on base. It was the 10th homer of the year for the man who earlier this season tied the major league record of 14 career pinch-hit home runs in a game against Chicago. "That was a good one to get for it won the game," Lynch smiled as he sat in the Pirate clubhouse after the game. "I really enjoy those, particularly since 1 was a starter. "Sure, I like to hit pinch-hit homers. Anybody likes to set records. But I'd much rather play regularly." Though feared because of his vaunted power, the 113-year-old Lynch has seldom ballet) more than 300 limes a season in his 914 year major league career. And he's never been more than a part-lime regular, usually being platooned against right-handed pitchers. Bowling Mount Greylock Bowl League Meeting The Independent League win make plans for the coming season al a meeting called for Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at Ml ireylock Bowl. Beafen Fullmer Undecided About His Future in Ring NEW YORK (AP)—Gene Full- ncr, mauled, bruised and badly beaten in his effort to regain the world .middleweight boxing tille, returned to the United Slates to null over the possibility of retirement. "I have no plans for retiring and no plans for going on," Fullner said Sunday night en route o his Utah. home, in West Jordan, 'I'm going home to talk over wilh my family." 1th Round TKO The 32-year-old fighting Mormon was cut and battered and irenched with his own blood Saturday Ijefore suffering a seventh- round TKO at Ihe hands of champion Dick Tiger in Ibadan, Nigeria. His wife, Delores, said In West Jordan shortly after Ihe fight thai 000 in guarantees. Fullmer she hoped Gene, a former cham lion, would call it quits, Mrs. fullmer, who has refused to witch her husband flghl, repeater! -hat he had promised to relire If le failed lo beat the Nigerian champion. The flghlilh* firsl till* bout ever held uf Nigeria, wu ached- ANDOVER, Mass. (AP)-~Coach Mike Holovak will have to work fast and furiously loday and tomorrow to get his Boston Patriots ready for their American Football League exhibition game with the Houston Oilers al nearby Lowell Wednesday. The Patriots lost their second exhibition game Saturday niglit to the San Diego Chargers. A loss was almost exacted by Pa- riots officials, because Holovak makes heavy use of rookies but no one imagined the score would be as one-sided as the 50-17 margin the Chargers ran up. Cut Coming Part of Holovak's plans involve a player cut. He has been alternating two offensive and two defensive units to give everyone an opportunity b play. But now lie must streamline the squad and concentrate more on getting his regulars working smoothly together. Holovak had no commcnls for newsmen on the outcome of the San Diego game. "When you lose by thai big a margin, what is there to say." he explained. "Of course, nobody likes to be humiliated that, way." The game wouldn't have been such a romp for the Chargers had the Patriots shown a more polished attack. Two passes, if caught, could have given the Pn- Lriots a sizeable lead in the first Kalf. One was dropped by the usually sure-fingered Jim Coldough, and he was held from gelling lo the other. An interference; call was marJe, but the damage had been done and Colclough was kept from possibly going all the way. Two other Babe Parilli aerials ivere intercepted lo set tip San Diego touchdowns when Hie Chargers turned the game into a rout wilh a 21-poinl second o,uar- (er. Quarterback John Hadl of Kanis fame was (he big gun for Hie Chargers, passing for 263 'ards on 14 oul o( 25 completions. The mark eclipsed the 201 yards lie piied up against Hous- n last year. Touchdown Passes Parilli did pass for Iwo touchdowns—lo Colclough in the first ierio<i and to Billy I/ill in Ihe 'ourlh. Gino Cappellelli kicked a 40-yard Held goal lo complete Boston's scoring. Three injured players will re- ioin tlie Palriots for Wednesday's ;ame against the defending champions of (he Eastern Divi- jion. Halfback Jim Crawford, inebacker Jack Rudolph and tight end Oscar Lofton, who were not taken on Ihn Wcsl Coasl Irip, will be available Wednesday. Art Graham, Ihe end from Bos- Ion College who nlso missed Sal- urday's-game, may be kept oul o{ action this week to rest his injured shoulder. uled for 15 rounds but Marv Jen son, Fullmer's manager, asked lhal il be stopped at the end of the seventh when the bleeding Fullmer was virtually defenseless against Tiger's two-handed attack. Tliere were no knockdowns, hut Fullmer was cul over the bridge of the nose and blinded in Hie lalcr . . , rounds by a freely bleeding cut-PtlSter S NOlCh over the right eye, His body was marked by angry, red wells and the bruises still sltowed on his face Sunday. Given Every Round The British referee, the only official, declined lo say how he had scored the fight but The Associated Press had Tiger winning every round. The- Nigerian government underwrote Ihe boul, pulling up $280,- guaranteed $50,000 and $10,000 in expenses and Tiger $100,000. The flghl was the third between Tiger and Fullmer. Tiger lifled the lille from Gene wilh n 15-'roun<l decision in San Francisco last year and they fought to a 15- round draw in Lts Vega* earlier Uii* yttr. Pfislcr's put on il.s hitting shoes Friday night to wallop Greylock, 18-.1, Johnny Gcorgi chucked Ihe win, as he coasled wilh a six-hitler. He also was one of the hitting heroes for Pfisters as he belted a single, oVnible, and homer good for 5 rbi's. Don Vilali also had another good night for Pfisler's as he (trove in five nnvs with-a pair of singles and a double. Morin had only oilier cxlra base blow for Pfisler. ,)oc Morenii and R. Durant each hnd doubles for Greylock. Skip Whitney took the loss for Oreylock. Line score: Pfister Grtylock .... TM1 i ... 210 X—IS 20 0— 3 «

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