Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1958 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JULY 15,195S Braves Drub Giants, -*»».•». .•. _. Regain League Lead; Boston Edges Tribe Chicago Cubs Hammer Phils In 11 Innings By CO WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer You couldn't hear the snickers for the laughs when Manager 5ob Schetfing allowed M how his Chicago Cubs could be shooting for National League pennant. But who was it who chilled the Philadelphia Phillies? The Cubs that slttin' in third game! shy of first? And who's place, Juit The Cubs. The Cubs have moved up from fifth with a sweep of the last three in a four-game set with the Phils who had won 11 of their previous U. Monday they scored an 11-10 decision over the Phils in 11 in Dings. That pushed Chicago free of a third-place tie with idle St Louis while Milwaukee was re gaining first place from San Francisco by drubbing the Giants 12-3 Last-place Los Angeles ham mered Cincinnati 8-5. fo the American League, the New York Yankees beat the Chi cago White Sox 5-0 on Whitey Ford's three-hitter. Boston moved back into second, defeating Cleveland 4-3 in. 10 innings while Detroit slipped to third with a 2-1 defeat at Baltimore. Kansas City beat Washington 4-0 on Jack Ur ban's four-hitter. The Cubs beat the Phils the hard way — hammering relief ace jbick Farrell in a four-run ninth that tied it 9-all, and then beating Ray Semproch (11-6), the winning est pitcher in the league, on Walt Mbryn's two-run double. Wes Covington was 4-for-4 nnd drove in three runs, one on his 13th homer, and Johnny Logan ripped a two-run homer as the Braves counted 16 hits off loser AJ Worthington (8-5) and three relievers. Rookie Leon Wagner hom- ered for one of the five hits ihe Giants managed off Lew Burdette (8-7). Ttw Dodgers counted all their nun )n homers*- and, in act, have homered for their last 16 runs, ill in the four-game sweep of the -Reds. Don Zimmer, out a week with injuries, hit a pair, good for four runs; Charlie Neal counted three runs with his 17th, third of the series; and stout Steve BjUjto , belted his seventh. Southpaw Johnny Podres (9-8) won it with relief help, while 10- game winner Bob Purkey lost his sixth. Fight Refute By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sydney — CJJve Steward, Australia, outpointed Al Williams, 159H, Los Angeles, 12. New York—Carmelo Costa, 131, New York, outpointed New York, 10. Al Tisi, New Orleans — Ludwig Light- bum, 138H. British Honduras, knocked out Davey Pupas, 40, New Orleans, 9, Oakland, Calif. - Alex Miteff, 308, Argentina, outpointed Ruben Vargas, IDS'/i, San Francisco, 10. Wichita, Kan.—Dan Hodge, 190, Wichita, knocked out Don Jasper, 190, Duluth, 3. •' Atlanta — Arthur Peasley, Red Cross, La., outpointed Ike Vaughn, Miami, 10 (weights unavailable) Wolves Win 16-11, In Corwin Loop The Wolves downed the Bears, W-ll, Monday, in Corwin loop action with VanHook getting two hits tor the winners. Ward and P. Dern had three bits each for the losers. Senior Loop Pilots Share Same Dream By JACK HAND Associated Preni Sports Writer Even the last-place Los Angeles Dodgers still talk about winning the National League pennant in the wild race that had only a 6%game span from top to bottom today. Nobody will admit he can't win it. Optimism bubbles from the mouth of every manager in the league. It seems all eight expect the second half of the season to be better than the first. A Cincinnati spy insists Warren Giles, the league president, is drawing up plans for an eight-game play off. Perhaps Danny Murtaugh of Pittsburgh said it best: "There isn't a hat pin long enough for me to risk picking a winner." Walter Alston, Los Angeles manager, called in General Man ager £. J. (Buzzy) Bavasi to issue a joint statement when The Asso elated Press asked for the Dodg er views. "In a race as close as this,' they said, "this is no time for panic even when you are in eight) place. We have had more than our usual share of injuries also have had several men in unusual slumps. We have every reason to believe we will have a brighter second half of the season and we have confidence we can still finish on top." Other comments: Bill Rigney of second-place San Francisco: "We have Willie Mays and our rookies have been doing a great job. If they continue to carry the load, we could go all he way." Fred Haney of the front-running Milwaukee Braves: "Sure I think we'll win. Whoever wins it has to beat us and I don't think there's another club that can do that." General Manager Bing Devine of St. Louis: "Every club has a chance and we're certainly in It." General Manager Roy Hamey of the Phillies: "We will go as far as our" pitching will take us, We certainly can win it all." Birdie Tebbets of Cincinnati: 'I think the pitching staff is good enough to get us to .500. Whatever We get over .500 will be contributed by. the hitters." . Bob Scheffing of the surprising Chicago Cubs: "We'll do better the second half." Hornets Win In Extra Innings WOOD RIVER — The Hornets beat the Pirates 10-8 in extra innings, Monday, in a Bantam division playoff in the Wood River Township Jaycee Khoury league. Selange had two home runs and pne triple for the Pirates. Sweet lad one homer for the Pirates. For the Hornets, Goode had a home run and a triple, his home run drove in the winning runs in the ast of the ninth inning, T. Schmidt pitched for the Pirates and Berry, who had one homer, pitched for :he Hornets. The Pirates out hit :he Hornets 12 hits to eight, but :he Pirates had three errors and he Hornets had only two errors, In a Juvenile division game the Optimists trounced the Oilers 11-0, n a game called because of darkness. The Optimists had eight hits and no errors, and the Oilers had wo hits and three errors. bulge of the season, as Boston reclaimed second place with a 4-3 decision over Cleveland in 10 innings and Detroit slipped to thirc with a 2-1 defeat at Baltimore. Jack Urban, a onetime Yankee farm hand, shut out Washington 4-0 on four hits as the Kansas City A's ended their losing streak at six. In the National League, Mlhvau- We kee regained first place from San Francisco by belting the ants 12-3. The Chicago Cubs took Ihird with an 11-10 victory over Philadelphia in 11 innings, and Los Angeles rapped Cincinnati 8-5 n the only other games scheduled. The Red Sox, who scored two n the third for a 2-1 lead with he help of a wild pitch and two mssed balls, wrapped it up as re- lever Don Moss! walked one to oad the bases, then walked pinch litter Ted Lepcio on a 3-2 pitch hat forced hi the winner. Murray Wall (4-7) won it. Jim (Mudcat) Grant lost it in relief for a 6-8 'ecord. Bob Boyd scored both Baltimore runs, doubling and counting on Gene Woodling's single in the first md bagging it with his fifth homer in the eighth. Hec Brown won it, blanking the Tigers on five ills over the last 8 1-3 innings. Herb Moford (0-2) was the'loser. A FISHING RAFT WATONGA, Okla. OPI — All •afts aren't the flimsy kind. Leonard Shlpman built one for 'inning. It is rigged with a sun deck, comfortable chairs, and motor to push It around. Major Yank Victory Extends Lead To 13 Games By ED WILKS Associated PI-CM Sport* Writer Is this the year Whitey Ford, the New York Yankees' stubby southpaw, finally wins 20? He sol dom has looked better since coming up in 1950 and supplying the push Manager Casey Stengel need ed for the second of his eight American League pennants. In his best season, 1956, he won 19. Arm trouble held him to an 11-5 record last year. Ford is 11-4 now, tying a team mate Bob Turley for the AL shutout lead with four by blanking the Chicago White Sox 5-0 Monday night on three hits. The runaway Yankees 13 games ahead, their pushed longest BURDETTE IGNORES PROCESS SERVER Frank Rinaldo, a process server, is Ignored by Milwaukee pitcher Lew Burdette as he warms up before game with San Francisco Giants here yesterday. Rinaldo said it was a subpoena claiming "breach of contract" in the matter of a wooden indian and a uniform. Sam Cohen, a local restaurant operator claims that during the Milwaukee series here in June, Burdette wagered his World Series uniform against a wooden indian that the Braves would sweep the three games. Burdette said "I told him if I got the Indian he could have the sweat shirt and shoes I wore in the World Series. But we didn't win three, I didn't get the Indian and he doesn't get the shirt and shoes." Stadium policeman escorted Rinaldo from the field.—AP Wirehpoto. Hartford Wins Bantam League WOOD RIVER - The\ Hartford Reds won the Wood River Bantam Baseball Championship by downing the Wood River Tigers, 7-3, behind the one-hit pitching of Terry Brown in a game played here Monday night. Hartford scored three runs in the fourth and fifth inings to wrap up the game. Hartford will play with either the Madison or Granite City champs in a Saturday afternoon game at Wood River. River Hippies ••d Outdoors with Harold Brand Boating Hazard Many boatowners have told us that the boating congestion in Piasa Creek has reached the haz- season is slated for Sunday, July 20, on Alton Lake at Clifton Terrace, beginning at 2 p.m., re- Alton Legion Wins First raine from Collinsville, 4*0 Track Meet To Be Held At West Jr. The annual all city playgrounds 'ack and field meet will be Held t the Public Schools Stadium, :30 p.m. Thursday. The event is ponsored by the Alton Recreation )epartment. To be eligible for competition, oys and girls must be signed up t a city playground by Wednes- ay. The track meet is divided into JUT different age groups for boys nd one for girls. The events are: oys 6-7-8—25 yard dash, 50 yard ash; Boys 9-10-11—50 yard dash, W yard dash, broad jump, shot ut; Boys 12-13-14—50 yard dash, 30 yard dash, 220 yard dash, co-ordinated. ported Francl* Dwr Jr.. clubjbroad jump, high jump, shot put ardous stage on weekends and;secretary. In order to stage aldjscuss; Boys 15-16-17 — 100 yard holidays. One pilot said that ajrace, many factors have to bedash, 220 yard dash, 440 yard movement to have petitions circulated among cabin owners on the creek and boatowners will soon be underway to have the Conservation Department post the comparatively narrow waterway to low harbor speeds. Idash, broad jump, high jump, shot "We have permission from the pul( discuss> relay . Girls 10 .i4_5o yard dash, 100 yard dash, relay. U. S. Coast Guard to have the races," Darr related. "The Alton Voluntary Emergency Corps will stand by, the Illinois state police will supervise traffic and a re- W1 » be ° n Me- Sunday afternoon we observed! 1 "* 11 ™ 1 * stand and public ad- boats racing at more than 35 j* 1 * 88 miles an hour in the creek that isn't much more than 50 to 75; feet wide in places. In the same , area, we observed swimmers and c ° ntlnue to noon ; < high speed, persons floating on rubber rafts. d ™ on f at '°" of a , boat '" "* in addition several skiers travel-! 100 m " a " h ° ur c ' ass ™* « '; ' - tai d Highway for spectators." ! at the Members will begin the.r time. 8:30 a.m. Sunday and First, second and third place ribbons will be awarded in all events. Gold track pins will be awarded to the high scorer in each division. Further information may be ob- playground directors hour zoomed in HUUHIUI sevuitu onicis um<~i-. . nr;«i« VK ww . ing at more than 25 miles an:f 1VM1 a , ls ° b - vA " d >' **»** «f ft. W/jl] n U J hn,,,. v n nm«rt hu lLouls - Lan S e ls a member of thel If HI I*C llCdlll By Subcommittee thTEt^Tor safe boating, ?•*, who has run his boat here; veteran pilots said that skiers ir^^^^^w^r less chance of being struck by celled because of the another boat if they fall. In the same thought, pilots who want before. If there is any debris or: surface, be can- extreme hazard to Uinge and his boat. The races will be run at half- v fl wm - b e|Uon WASHINGTON (AP) -Senators who like to watch baseball games get a chance today to ques- the best available source L9i STANDINGS broad expanse of Alton Lakej where they are less apt to en || danger others. Popular Ramp The creek offers sheltered w«-| A ] ton . to . Hart ,i n ters from storms, wind driven concluded. Marathon E"en* Set The Jolly Roger Boat Club of St. Louis has received permission to run its Third Annual marathon boat By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL LEAGUE Milwaukee ... San Francisco Chicago 43 Si. Louis 39 W. L. 43 36 44 38 Philadelphit , Pittsburgh ,.. Cincinnati .... Lot Angeles 38 39 41 38 39 43 37 42 3$ 44 Pet. G.B. .544 .537 'jj .512 2',s .506 .434 .476 .468 .463 AMERICAN LEAGUE | waves, and heavy commercial marine traffic, It is ideal for a W. L. Pet. G.B. New York 54 27 Boston 41 40 Den-oil Kansas City Chicago Baltimore ., .Cleveland ,, Washington 40 39 39 38 39 35 40 41 43 42 45 47 .667 — .506 13 .500 .488 14'i .476 IS'/s .475 15'i .464 IS' 8 .427 19VJ Tuesday Games Milwaukee at St. Louis (N) Pittttwgb at Lot Angeles (N) Philadelphia at San Francisco (N) Only games scheduled Monday Results Chicago II, Philadelphia 10 (li innings) Lot AAgelef 8, Cincinnati 5 1l2, Ban Francisco 3 gam* scheduled it Chicago t2) ,, „ rii ai am runctsco Milwaukee at fit. Louis (N) Angeles (N) Tuesday Games Detroit at New York Chicago at Baltimore (N) Cleveland at Washington (N) Kansas City at Boston (N) Monday Results Boston 4, Cleveland 3 (10 in nings) Baltimore 2. Detroit 1 New York 5, Chicago 0 Kansas City 4, - Washington o Wednesday Games Chicago at Baltimore (1 Iwi. night) Detroit at New York (N) Cleveland at Washington (N) Kansas City at Boston (N) race Sunday, Sept. 28, reported Joe GroKSinwui, a member. The ; races will begin and end at the harbor area, not a speedway, wei A)ton Motorbott club wnich has have been told. A public launch- ' C00 p er ,ted in the previous two ing ramp at the new Piasa Har- evenUt Thei , are eed classps the capital. The source is Calvin Griffith, president of the Washington Senators baseball team. He was first on the program as the antimonopoly subcommittee headed by Sen, Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn) resumed hearings on the legal rights of pro baseball, football, basketball and hockey. The subcommittee also planned to hear from spokesmen for the The Alton Junior American Legion team defeated Colllnsville, 4-0, behind the one-hit pitching of Mike Hunter to win the first game of the best two out of three playoff games in a game played here Monday night. Alton needs only one more win to cinch the runner- up spot and to go against Belleville Friday in the first round of the District 22 tournament. Collinsville bad only two' base runnel's, one was Lauren who reached 'first on an error and the other Vonnahne who singled in the fifth inning. In the second inning, Alton scored three runs when Weber doubled, Leavell singled, both scoring on a single by Burmester. Burmester took third on a past ball and Bosnak walked. Burmester then scored when Bosnak stole second and on the throw to second Burmester scored. In the third inning, wild throwing by Collinsville gave Alton another run. Middleton singled, taking sec ond when Hunter reached first on an error. Weber then hit a ground ball to the third baseman who stepped on the bag to force Middleton, but threw wildly to first in an attempt to get Weber. The wild throw allowed Hunter to go to third. The throw back from first to third in an attempt to get Hunter was again wild allowing Hunter to score. Weber attempted to take third on the wild throw and was thrown out. Hunter in pitching his one-hitter struck out six and allowed no walks. Alton will travel to Collinsville tonight for the second game of the playoffs. Coiiintvllle (A) Jlayer AB R H Wilson C11J1 Zamoronl Ahlmeyer Rutz Vonnahuti Rudls Lauren Pitts Barton Totals Inning: Colllntvllle Alton £ ^J^™™! 1 ^!* fw a)l and an - vone ." a " "»""• '*!:>f<? <*" a "'™" •*»«* »>* to oral Trade and Communications Commissions. .lust before the All-Star game last week Griffith let it be known Ihe Senators' directors wanted to sound out American League club owners about the advisability of with Alton area boalowners. niilos round"trip7*~ The harbor itself has much-, ,<,.„„ BuUpr ,. Ful|J , c , mrBC ,| roomed in the few short months| Tht . re are many out b 0 ard moot its operations. Irvlii Smith ol, lors on tne mai , ket vvj , h e i e(!t ric Wood River said that the har-| stane ,. s j^ 80me don .j have bor already has 240 craft berth-j generators to re-charse the bated there. In addition, covered docks for 16 craft are under con structlon. Fred Boeluu, 3555 Aberdeen Ave., recently retired, bought a deluxe house trailer a short time ago and ordered a barge made to order at the Grafton Boat Works. The trailer will be put on the barge at Piasa Harbor Saturday. Hoehni said. He plans to live aboard his houseboat and use it •or travels on inland waterways. Boat Races fiuuday The Alton Motorboat Club's first Membership Races of the t. |tery. We have an electric starter on our motor but because we tttke many short trips, the generator doesn't replace all the current that Is used in the battery. It is a simple matter to have a battery charged but often inconvenient if it suddenly goes dead at an inopportune time. We found that it was practical for us to buy a trickle charger and hydrometer at an investment of about $13. It is a simple matter to test and charge the. bat* tery tor a tow hours when needed. staying in Waahington. The Senators have been low in gate re- celpls, as well as the standings, in recent yean. But after consulting officials of other clubs at a pre-AH-Star meet-; ing in Baltimore, Griffith said the Senators would stay put. Alton (4) Player AB it H 300 Oiborne 304 300 Funk 200 300 Middleton 302 300 Hunter 3 1 0 2 0 J Weber 3 1 2 200 Leavell 311 200 Burmester 3 1 2 300 Bosnak 200 200 Reese 20Q 000 23 fl"7 Totals JM "4"? 1334567 RHB 000000 0—0 1 2 031000 X—4 7 1 Suit Ruling Makes Bum Contract Void LOS ANGELES (AP) *- The California District Court of Appeal looks like the setting tor the next chapter in the bewildering, bittersweet adventures of Walter O'Mal- tey and his storied athletic troupe. A Superior Court Judge pointed O'Malley in that direction Monday by ruling that his contract tor a stadium site in Chavee Ravine in as illegal as a spitball. O'Malley I m me d i a t e ly announced he will appeal, "first to the District Court and then, if necessary, to the State Supreme Court. The suits challenging the contracts were brought by tax payers. The voided contract would have given the Dodgers a stadium site on land now partly 'owned by the city in Chavez Ravine — a mile from the civic center—in return for Dodger-owned Wrigley Field and other considerations. The deal was approved by the city council last fall and by the voters in the June municipal election. Bruins Within 21/2 Games Of League Lead CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago's amazing Cubs, surged within 2% games of the National League lead Monday when they scared four runs in the ninth inning to tie the Philadelphia Phils and then came from behind with two runs in the llth for an 11-10 victory. Down but never out, the Cubs wiped out a six-run deficit and pulled into a 9-9 tie in the ninth inning on three successive doubles and Dale Long's game-tying single with two out. In the llth, the Cubs made three errors which led to another Philadelphia lead but they came back to win the game on singles by Ernie Banks and Sam Taylor and Walt Moryn's two run double. Moryn, Lee Wails and Johnny Goryl all contributed homers while Walls knocked in four runs and Moryn sent three across. Glenn Hobbie, Chicago's sixth pitcher, collected the victory, his seventh against six losses. Oddly enough, it was the Cubs' first extra inning victory against five defeats. The Cubs, who are lodged in third, only two games behind second place San Francisco have an off day today but meet Cincinnati in a doubleheader Wednesday. The White Sox again fell before Whitey Ford as the New York Yankees walked off with a 5-0 victory. Ford, who jiow has a 24-8 lifetime record against the Sox, limited the, hose to three hits. A triple by Al Smith, Billy Goodman's single and Sherm Loliar's double accounted for Chicago's production. Ford didn't walk a man as he posted his llth triumph against four defeats. Early Wynn, relieved by Tom Qualters in the eighth, suffered his eighth defeat in 16 decisioas and was touched for homers by Hank Bauer and Mickey Mantle. The loss left the Sox in fifth place, 2% games behind second- place Boston and only one percentage point ahead of Baltimore. The Sox are at Baltimore tonight where Jim Wilson (7-7) goes against Milt Pappas (6-2). Bowling Results ACME Monday Summer. League Hobby Shoppers won 3 from Rollers. First National Bank won 3 from CK, Sixty-Niners won 2 from Party Dolls. Rejects won 2 from Blindmen. 200 games—Drainer 200. Wil loughby 211, Fanning 245-223 (661), Greene 215. IOWUNN Monday Mixed league Tony's Terrors won 2 from Bob Cats, from Clark. Henderson won 2 Tieman won 3 from Norside Pitchers Hurl One-Hitter The Norside nine clobbered the Lions. 23-6, in a Krebs contest.! Monday night. Spooner and Rain, pitched for the winners and allowed only one hit which was a double by DoClue of the Lions J. Holden had two hits for Norside. one triple and one single. Monahan and Cunningham pitched for the Lions, allowing four hits. Bracht. Pedone won 3 from Large. 200 bowlers-J. Clerk 220, Cor- fiatis 203, Henson 201, I, Tieman 200, B. Rhoades 219. Brighton Hurler Has No-llit fin The Brighton Wildcats beat Benld 7-5 on y a no-hitter pitched by Orban in the Macoupln County Khoury League Friday Orban struck out 14 opposing batters !4irw PAULS VALLEY, Okla, Jimmy McAdams passes along this fishing tip—put a selzer tablet' on your line a few inches above jj the bailed hook. The bubbles ari* : ing (root the tablet lure bass, |; ^ WOMEN BOWLERS Individual anil TMIW •twJcrt for Lug ut itartini In ttpttmbtr at Wood Rivtr Optnlngti Tuesday, §*4I p.m. WadntMtoyi t:00 p.m. Thursday aftt moon, I lOO p.m. Friday, f lOO p.m. CoM4.fMt PennantWinByOtieGatne Would Satisfy Fred Haney Kasko Fails, Rookie Amur o i Might Start ST. LOUIS (AP)-Eddl* Kasko is in danger of losing out as the regular ihortgtojJ of the St. Louts game. Cardinals, Shortstop Reuben Amaro, ac quired from the farm club at Rochester, N. Y., is due in at noon today and may start tonight in SAN FRANCISCO (At*) » Manager Fred Haney says ht'll be satisfied it Ms defending world champion Milwaukee Braves win this year's National League pennant by a single game. Leaving San fraftdieo Jint one. half game ahead oi the MUftHsing Giants after winning Monday's aeries finale 1M. Haney declared: "This race Is bound to be tough alt the way. All t want to do it win It. I don't care if it's just by one Opening a series at • St. Louis tonight, the Milwaukee skipper too(c heart at his club's hitting against the Giants Monday. They banged out 16, including home Ihe opener of a three-game series rt '" s ]* Wes Covington, his 13th, with the Milwaukee Braves at Busch Stadium. Kasko Is hitting only- .203 and his fielding, usually his strons point, has fallen apart in recent Cardinal games. Amaro was hitting only .215 at Rochester but has a reputation as an excellent man in the field. The Cardinals, who were hot scheduled Monday, will send 41- year-old Sal Maglie against Milwaukee's Joie Jay, 22, in tonight's contest. League Leaders NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting (based on 200 or more at bats) — Muslal, St. Louis, .364; Mays, San Francisco, .341; Dark, Chicago, .333. Runs — Banks, Chicago, 67; Mays, San Francisco, 65; Walls, Chicago and Aaron, Milwaukee, 59. Runs batted In — Thomas, Pittsburgh, 72; Banks, Chicago, 67; Cepeda, San Francisco, 57. HIM — Mays, San Francisco, 110; Walls. Chicago, 108; Banks', Chicago, 103. Doubles — Hoak, Cincinnati. 23; Thomson, Chicago, 21; Groat, Pittsburgh. 19. Triples — Vlrdon, Pittsburgh. 9; Banks. Chicago.' Mays. San Francisco and Blasingame, St. Louts, 8. Home runs — Thomas, Pittsburgh. 25; Banks, Chicago, 23; Walls, Chicago, 20. Stolen bases — Ashburn, Philadelphia and Mays, San Francisco, 14; Blasingame, St. Louis, 13. Pitching (based on 8 or more decisions) — Phillips, Chicago and Parrel!, Philadelphia. 6-2, .750; Koufax, Los Angeles, 7-3, .700. Strikeouts — Jones, St. Louis, 108; Podres. Los Angeles, 80; Drott, Chicago and Antonelll, San Francisco, 78. AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting (based on 200 or more at bats) —. Power, Cleveland, .329; Fox, Chicago, .324: Runnels, Boston ana Kuenn. Detroit. .321. Runs — Mantle, New York, 63; Cerv, Kansas City, 57; Power, Cleveland, 53. Runs batted In — Jensen, Boston, 76; Cerv, Kansas City, 63; Slevers and Lemon, Washington, 52! Hits — Fox, Chicago, 106; Mai- zone, Boston, 102; Power, Cleveland. 100. ' Triples •<- Power, Cleveland. Tut- tie, Kansas City and Lemon, Washington, , V. Home runs — Jensen, Boston, .26; Cerv, Kansas City and Mantle, New York. 23., ' Stolen bases — Aparlclo, Chicago, 17; Rivera. Chicago. 10: Landis, Chicago and Minoso, Cleveland, 9. ' • Pitching (based on 8 or cisions)—Delock, Boston, 8-0, 1.000; Turley, New Yor.k. 13-3, .813; Sullivan, Boston, 7-2, .778. Strikeouts — Turley, New York, 97; Ford, ^tew York. 91; Wynn, Chicago, 89. nd Johnny Logan, his 9th. On Die debit side, the world hamps again lost the services of heir sparkplug second baseman led Schoendlest. A ball hit Schoendlest's left hand and Counsil Named Y Instructor Roger Counsil, graduate of Wood River High School and Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, has been named gymnastic instructor at the Alton Y.M.C.A. Counsil, who was a member of SIU's gymnastic team was also captain of the swimming team and will return in the fall to the Carbondale campus as assistant swimming coach, while working on a master's degree. Enrollment is open to boys from the ages of 8 to 14 years of age in the gymnastic class and is held every Monday at 4 p.m. at the Y.M.C.A. Don Wallace, Y.M.C.A. director, said the 'Y.M.C.A. is now taking en rollments for the fall SCUBA class which will begin in October and is conducted by the Maskateers club, Elsah Drops, 6-0 Khoury Contest To Shipman Shipman beat Elsah, 6-0, in a game between two Khoury League leaders Monday night in the 11-13 year old division. Eyers, the Shipman pitcher, allowed just one hit and Smith the loser allowed nine hits. Shipman now has an 8-2 won-lost record. Thursday night Shipman will meet Medora at the Medora diamond. VOV'U WJ0V King Edward AMfftJCA'S liwlncibl* Q*lu«t smashed his ring finger when he ttempted to bunt. After X-rays, doctors estimated e would be out of the lineup about 0 days. Injuries haye plagued the Braves all season, believed a ma. or factor In this close flag race. Herb Score Ready, Will Throw Curves WASHINGTON (AP) - He r b Score, the injury-plagued Cleveand southpaw who rode a blaz- ng fastball to fame, pins his lat- st comeback hopes tonight on aij ssortment of breaking pitches. PJncouraged by his relief work gainst New York test week, core pronounced himself ready to esume a starting role. Sidelined from May 7, 1957, for he remainder of last season when e was hit in the right eye by a ne drive, Score strained a tenon in his pitching arm at Wash- ngton April 30 and re-injured the arm here June 14. A 20-game winner in his 1956 ophomore season, Score has worked only 36 innings in the last months. 'I'm going to be throwing most- curves—lor awhile at least," core said. "My arm still hurte chen I throw full speed. I can't irow a fast ball 100 per cent, ttght now I have about 80 per cent of my speed. "But the injury is not perma- ent or serious. As long as I can throw breaking -stuff, I figure I'll itch and try to help the ball club. After all, that's what they're paying me for." Minor Leagues International Leaiu* Montreal 4, Rochester 0 Toronto 5. Buffalo 4 Richmond 4. Miami 1 Havana 7, Columbus 1 Pacific Coast Leuue Seattle 9, Sacramento 4 Only game scheduled American AiioclatUm All-Stars 10. Denver 2 Three-I League Winona 8, Davenport 7 Cedar Rapids 15. Fox Cittei • Green Bay 8, Burlington 2 Michigan City ool 00—1 t 1 1( *atur 203 02—7 1 \ (Called S innings, rain) :okomo 003 010 400—810 I arts ' 003 001 000—4 S i eokuk 004 000 000—4 7 I Ubuque 020 QOO 001—3 6 I Clinton at Waterloo, rain Major Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitching—Whitey Ford, Yankees, ed for the American League hutout lead with his fourth, blank- ng the White Sox 54 on three hits, valking none and facing only 30 men, three over the minimum. Hitting—Wait Moryn, Cubs, hit solo home run in early come* ack spurt, then drove in the ying and winning runs with • ouble for 11-10, 11-inning victory over the Phillies. 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