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Dick Hart sets sights on par, PGA title DALLAS (UPI) - Dick Hart, a newcomer to big time golf, laughed at the odds today and set his sights on two par rounds —and the PGA championship. "ril win it if I shoot par from here on in," predicted the 27 year-old Hinsdale, 111., assistant pro, who went into today's third round of the 45th annual PGA tournament leading the surviving field of 83 players by three strokes. He knew there were plenty of golfers behind him who could get hot as the Texas heat and beat him out. "I'm in front of them," he said. "They have to catch me." Closest to him were U.S. Open champion Julius Boros, Tony Lema and Shelley Mayfield. Because he isn't accustomed to big time golf, his fellow pros predicted that after shooting a first round 66 on Thursday that Friday would be different. It was—but not as much as his fellow pros figured. For he shot a one over par 72 and that half- ^vay mark total of 138 was three shots better than Boros, Lcma and JIayfieid. champion Jack Nicklaus, Doug Ford and Manuel De La Torre, while at 143 came Bruce Cramp ton. Bill Johnston, Gene Littler and Doug Sanders. Palmer At 147 They were stretched out pretty well after that with Arnold Palmer at 147 and defending champion Gary Player at 149. Dow Finsterwald, Bob Gajda, Bob Goalby, Ed Kuna, Billy Maxwell. Ed Merrins, Mason Rudolph, Dan Sikes, Alike Souchak and Sam Snead were in the 144 bracket But as they went out on the sun-seared acres of the DAG Country Club course, there were a lot of name players sitting on the sidelines. Most of them didn't shoot well enough—it took a score of 151 to qualify for the final two rounds of play today and Sunday—but there were three of them who gave up to the blistering Texas heat. Jack Fleck, Jim Ferree and Don Fairfield called it quits because of tiie blistering sun, but none of them was in contention when they packed in their clubs. Neither were Jack Isaacs nor Roy Wallin, who were forced to Four shots back were Masters I give up because of illness. Those who didn't shoot well enough included five former PGA champions and two former U.S. Open kings. Walter Burkemo, Lionel Hebert, Chick Harbert, Vic Ghezzi and Jim Tumesa were the ex-PGA kings on the sidelines. With them were former U.S. Open titleholders Lew Worsham and Ed Furgol. Phil Kodgers, who lost to Bob Charles in the British Open playoff last week, didn't make the cut either with a total of 155. Hart admitted that he played Friday's second round cozy. "I was just trying to make pars, not birdies," he said, "and right now I'll settle for two par rounds. That will be good enough to win." He admitted he felt "the pressure" of being the leader when he went out Friday with many of the gallery of 8,500 persons who jammed the DAC course following him as he played with Dick Turner and Bob Keller. 'But I had my senses all the way," he added. "There were a couple of fast swings that didn't help any and I thought the crowd sounded like a baseball crowd. But remember, I'm not used to playing before crowds." MeKinley advances in Clay courts fennis CHICAGO (UPI) - Wimbledon champion Chuck MeKinley and Nancy Richey advanced Friday to the finals of the National Clay Courts tennis championships at River Forest. Their <H>ponents of the singles finals Sunday were to be decided today when top foreign seed Ron Barnes of Brazil met No. 2 seed Dennis Ralston and GwjTieth Thomas played teen-aged Victoria Palmer. MeKinley, St. Anne. Mo., had his easiest day of the tournament so far Friday in defeating Herb Fitzgibbons, Garden City, N.Y., in straight sets, 6-3, 6-3, 7-6. Miss Richey defeated Judy Alvarez, Tampa, Fla., 6-1, 6 2. The top seeded doubles teams also advanced in the tournament. MeKinley and Ralston, Bakersfield, Calif., the No. 1 male dou­ bles team, defeated Jack Cooper and Martm Schad, both of Louisville, Ky., 6-4, 6-3. The top-seeded women's doubles team of Dariene Hard, Los Ang:e- les, and Maria Bueno, of Brazil, advanced to the semifinals. They defeated Barbara Davidson, Milwaukee, and Dorothy Levine, Chicago, 6-1, 6-0, and Justina Bricka, St. Louis, and Miss Palmer, Phoe- nk, Ariz., 7-5, 61. The No. 2 seeded women's double team of Billie Jean Mcffit, Long Beach, Calif., and Carole Caldwell, Santa Monica, Calif., defeated Miss Richey and Tory Fretz, Harrisburg, Pa., 6-1, 9-7, 6-3. Clark Graebner, Cleveland, Ohio, and Marty Riessen, Evans ton. 111., defeated Barnes and Premjit Lall of India in Men's doubles, 6-4, 6-4. Ocean fishing Following is the latest 24 hour ocean fishing report: OCEANSIDE - Sue boats, 204 anglers: 39 albacore, 212 barracuda, 517 bass, 141 bonito. 1 yellowtail, 51 halibut, 135 white sea bass. SAN CLEMENTE PIER Eight boats, 221 anglers: 27 albacore, 192 barracuda, 568 bonito, 968 calico bass, 45 white sea bass, 61 halibut LONG BEACH (Pacific Landing) — Four boats, 150 anglers: 43 albacore, 3 yellowtail, 175 barracuda, 150 calico bass, 1 bonito. (Plerpoint Landing) — Nine boats, 338 anglers: 35 albacore, 115 barracuda, 192 bonito, 936 bass, 24 yellowtail, 27 halibut (Belmont Pier) — Barge, 92 anglers: 59 barracuda, 308 bonito, 104 bass, 24 halibut Pier: Bonito, white sea bass. NEWORT BEACH (Davey's Locker)—Nine boats, 306 anglers: 112 albacore, 10 barracuda, 868 bonito, 528 calico, sand bass, 1 yellowtail, 7 halibut, 25 rock fish. (Newport Pier)—One boat, 6 anglers: 18 bonito, 15 barracuda, 55 bass, 15 halibut, 1 white sea bass, 37 bottom fish. Barge, 80 anglers: 623 bonito, 64 halibut, 45 mackerel, 273 bottom fish. (Balboa Pavilion, Seasport Landing) — SLx boats, 121 anglers: 25 albacore, 6 Tbarracuda, 112 bonito, 345 kelp bass, 6 halibut SAN PEDRO (Norm's Landing) —Four boats, 148 anglers: 14 yellowtail, 48 barracuda, 33 bonito, 11 albacore, 390 calico bass, S3 bottom fish. (22nd St. Landing) — Four boats, 124 anglers:. 8 albacore, 24 yellowtail, 262 bar- Mary Mills leads Open by three strokes CINCINNATI (UPI) - Long-hitting Mary Mills of Gulf HiUs, Miss., who has a p«ichant for sweltering 90-degree temperatures, carried a fat three-stroke lead today into the final 36 holes of the $9,000 U.S. Women's Open golf tournament. The 23-year-old Miss Mills put together sub-par rounds of 17 and 70 in the first two days of the 14th annual tournament Here 141 total broke by one stroke the 3 hole Women's Open record set by Jlickey Wright of Dallas in 1960. And her 70 racked up in Friday's hot and humid weather tied the course record for the Kenwood Country Club and put the Dixie belle into a commandmg lead over veteran Louise Suggs of Delray Beach, Fla., with 72-72—144. Miss Mills admitted the warm temperatures probably helped her during the first two days of five- under-par golf and hoped for more of the same in today's gruelluig 35 holes. She has played in only eight tournaments this year due to a sprained back and told reporters, "This is the first time I haven't had a back pain. I think the weather has something to do with it." Friday's firing cut the original field of 81 down to 40, 33 pros and seven amateurs. Van pitches 9-4 win in first game as pro John Van, 1962 graduate of Red lands High school, now playing professional baseball with a St Louis farm team in Georgia, pitched his way to a 9-4 win in his first starting role in pro ranks, it was learned today. John, r.ho was the top pitcher on the Terrier varsity in 1962, is with the Card farm club. Class A division, in Brunswick, Georgia. In his first starting role last week, he pitched 7 1-3 innings, gave up two earned runs, five walks and struck out eight batters. The game was against the Detroit farm team from Thomasville, Ga. While Van was proud of his first win, he noted it wasn't quite the same as pitching for the Terriers on the Redlands diamond. The temperature in the Georgia game was 90 degrees. The humidity was also 90 degrees. Rote pleases Charger coach BOULEVARD (UPI) —Quarterback Tobin Rote stood out handily Friday as the San Diego Chargers started drilling in earnest for the 1963 American Football Lague season. "Rote impressed us all with his fine passing, especially since he was not familiar with his receivers," said head coach Sid Gillman. TROUBLE -WATCHERS—A bridge gaDery looked on as Gaiy Player was in trouble tuning up for the PGA Championship at the Dallas, Tex., Athletic Club Countay Club. Player was forced to hit a wedge left-handed to get out of the heavy rough on the second hole; Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, July 20, 1963 -7 Dodgers pennant swings merrily along MILWAUKEE (UPI) - The swinging Los Angeles Dodgers tried out the Milwaukee Braves for size as doormats today in their merry drive for the National League pennant Torrid Sandy Koufax (16-3) went for his 10th straight victory at the expense of brave starter Denny Lemaster (5-9), and the snappy Dodger hitting ought to bring the southpaw victwy No. 17 on a platter. The trio of Don Drysdale, Frank Howard and rookie Ken McMuUen was too much for the Braves Friday night as Los Angeles defeated Milwaukee 4-2. The Dodger victorj-, coupled with second-place Chicago's 9-1 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates, pushed O'Malley's men 7% games ahead in first place. Drysdale apparently back in fine fettle, struck out 11 Braves while giving up six hits to snap a three-game losing streak and raise his season record to 12-10. Bob Hendley, who was rdieved for a pmch batter in the sbcth, was charged with his sbtth loss against five wms. Howard didn't waste any time as he belted the furst pitch on two occasions for his 14th and 15th home runs. SLx of his homers came off the Braves. He led off the second and walloped Hendley's first pitch over the left field wall. With two out in the fourth, he again hit the first pitch for his second homer of the game. But rookie McMulIen's seventh inning single scored the necessary two runs for Los Angeles to take its ninth victory in the current 11-game road trip. Howard, on first on an error, advanced to third base on Bill Skowron's double, then McMullen drove both men in with his single. The Braves scored their two runs in the seventh when Hank Aaron tagged Drysdale for his 27th home run of the year, and the final run after Don gave up a walk and a single. Baseball for Boys racuda, 63 white sea bass, 462 calico bass, 141 bonito, 141 bottom fish. Rams in full uniform ORANGE (UPD-The Los Angeles Rams football team opened their preseason training sessions in full uniform for the first time. The players go through their first contact work tomorrow, with their first scrimmage planned for Wednesday in preparation for the .Aug. 8 charity game with the Dallas Cowboys in the Coliseum. ITie Cowboys pro football squad took a breather today from conditioning drills in Thousand Oaks but suited up for a photo session. GRID TILT CANCELLED WASHINGTON (UPI) -A schduled Sept 7 exhibition game between the Washington Redskins and Green Bay Packers at Columbus, Ga., has been cancelled because "public response to date indicates a grave financial risk," a Redskin spokesman said. Palmer - Nicklaus^ - Player match to kill Denver Open ELKS Major Dean Tharaldson, getting his fifth win against no losses, tossed a four hitter over Stater Brothers to gain the victorj", 5-2. Hitting for the winners were Jim Lewis, Gary Platz, Tharaldson, Gary Mercado and John Haight, all singles. For Staters Scott Slinkard and Jim Breitfus both connected for singles while John Siever singled and drove a ball down the left field line for a triple. Slaters 000 110-2 4 1 Lockheed 302 00.x—5 5 0 Dean Tharaldson and Gary Mercado; Scott Slinkard and Ed Quintero. Minor Lockheed's minor slashed Sta­ ters in a one sided battle last night, 15-1. A 10 run fourth inning was the main contributor to the high score. Dave Wilkinson had a single and a double in three trips to the plate while Rob Mitterling pulled even further ahead in the batting race by having a perfect night at the plate ^vith a single and two doubles. ! Lockheed 014 10x-I5 10 0 Staters lOO 00 — 1 3 1 Steve Marks. Jerry Keith (3), Gary Palmer (4) and Mike Patrick; Dave Wilkinson and Lon Tharaldson. OPTIMIST Major Keith Johnson pitched Western Fruit Growers to a 4-2 decision over Gaugh Plumbing last night by scattering sbc hits in sue innings. Jim Sill and Garj- Kern each had a pair of hits for the losers while Keith Johnson, Kim Mrcer, Lorenzo Leon, and John Jiminez were a single hitters iov the winning Fruit Growers. Gaugh Plumbing .010 001—2 6 7 Fruit Growers 004 OOx—4 4 C Bruce McBride and Jim Sill; Keith Johnson and Tom Walter. Minor Two five run innings aided West- tern Fruit Growers to a 14-8 win over visiting Gaugh Plumbing. Dick Cabral pitched the full By OSCAR FRAUEY UPI Sports Writer DALLAS (UPI) - Fearless Fra- lay's fairway facts and figures from the PGA golf championship: The PGA is up in arms against a Sept 1-2 exhibition by the big three—Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player—which is gomg to kill off the Denver Open. Denver last year ran into the televised "World Series of Golf and now loses the big three, although their $50,000 exhibition — with a 20-16-14 split—will not-be aired from Glen Flora C.C. at Waukegan, IlL But Denver has "had it" "We have some clubs and we're going to have to use them," said one PGA offidal. "We can't have this type of thing.killing off tour events and it's a problem which will be tackled this winter." Tijere's nothing the PGA can do about, this exhibition, however. It gives touring pros five periods a year in which they can play exhibitions even in confhct to a tournament And this one, despite the $50,000 payoff, gets listed as an "exhibition" even though it's a tw(Klay medal play event "When three guys are offered this kmd of money for two days work," said Mark McCormack, the big three's legal beagle, "it's hard to turn it down. At Denver the whole field works four days for $30,000" ... the question, of course is when is an exhibition not an exhibition Palmer, althou^ he has set a new record by winning $85,545 this year and figures to go well over the $100,000 mark, calls this "my most disappointing year in golf." Pahner is distressed, despite his five tournament wins, that he has not been able to win one of the major events—the Masters, the U.S. or the British Opens. And his chances don't look particularly bright in the current PGA... proving, it is to be supposed, that money isn't everything unless you don't have it.... Bo Wininger had a problem when he went to the lodcer room boy to get his golf shoes. There were three pairs identically alike m size, color and condition. Bo found bis right shoe because one heel spike is longer than the others... So he just settled for one of the three left shoes which "felt fairly comfortable." Speakmg of shoes. Nick Wilcox of Footjoy says that only a few of the heavier players still stick with the old style double soled jobs. Most of the others, including not so anemic Jack Nicklaus, have switched to the lightweight cushioned innersole models with the plastic spikes because they're a half pound lighter Gary Player uses weights and does one-legged bends to increase his strength, Frank Stranahan always carried weights along in his car and Jerry Barber squeezes a rubber ball to strengthen his hands but Tony Lema doesn't "buy" any of that. "I thmk it's a litUe haywire," he asserted. "You get enough exercise just playing. Take a little fellow like Cbi Chi Rodriguex or Gary Middlecoff. They can hit it with the best of them and look like a good win would blow them over. Dubbed "Champagne Tony" because he celebrated his first tour victory buying bubbly for the press, Tony actually drinks verj UtUe. "Give me those guys who use that hard stuff," he said, "and I'll beat 'em just walking beside them." game for the win, while the losers used two pitchers in the fourth inning ball game. Dave Holquins single and Earl Heam triple where the only two hits of the game for the winners. Gaugh Plumbing ... 303 2— 8 3 Fruit Growers 554 x—14 2 Kevin Cover, Dav eFoUet (2) and Daryl Cox; Dick Cabral and Mark Mercer. KIwanis League Gerrards Braves picked up a win as Chris Jiminez hurled thera to a 10-2 victory over the Exchange Cards. Rex McBride, gettuig on an er ror in the second and walking in the third, drove a fly ball past the center fielder in the fourth for a two run homer. Gene Cortez had a pair of sin gles in three appearances for the Cards whUe Doug Wells singled in two trips to the plate. Cards 001 010— 2 8 4 Braves 033 31x—10 7 2 Phil Snowden and Barry Dees; Chris Jiminez and Dennis Kessler, Tony Olmeda (3), Dennis Kessler(5). Crafton Citrus Redlegs checked the Banner Mattress Dodgers last night on the pony league field, 3-1. Tim Wilson tossed four innings for th win while Pat Daniel pitched three good innings to relief letting only one man reach base via a single. Dave Sepulveda had the only other hit of the game, a single for the winners. Dodgers 000 100 0-1 1 1 Redlegs 000 201 x-3 1 0 Charles Slaughter and Dwayne Hill; Tim Wilson, Pat Daniel (5) and Doug Huff. Maris to work out with team NEW YORK (UPI) - Outfielder Roger Maris will work out with the New York Y'ankees today but he won't be able to get into the lineup "for at least another three or four days." That was the word from Yankee club physician Dr. Sydney GajTior, who operated on Mari^ for rectal fissures eight days ago. JIaris was discharged from Lenox Hill Hospital Friday. Mickey Mantle, the Yankees' other injured, star, meanwhile, continued to work out with the club. He said he would be ready to play "in about a week or so." Mantle is recuperating from a broken bone in his left foot Belinsky goes to Hawaii LOS ANGELES (UPI) -"They tell me there are 30,000 gals ui bikinis in Hawaii," said southpaw Bo Belinsky Friday as he left here to join the Islanders of the Pacific (Toast League. "I can't wait to get there," said Bo, who had refused for more than sLx weeks to consent to being sent to the minors on optira from the Los Angeles Angels. Lowly Senators liottest team in league By United Press International Quick now, what's the hottest team in the American League? No it isn't the New York Y'an- kees resplendent with their 5Vi- game lead but the Washington Senators who are in 10th place, a mere 23 games behind the world champions. The Senators have won 11 of theh- 14 games this month for a .786 percentage that makes manager Gil Hodges look like a genius even if it doesn't make Washington, D.C, the baseball capital of the world. The Senators scored their third victory in four games Friday night when they nipped the Minnesota Twins 6-5 on the strength of the hitting and fielding heroics of centerfielder Don Lock. Lock drove in the wnning run with a two-out single in the top of the 13tb inning and then robbed Bob Allison of a homer with a leaping catch in the bottom nf the game. Ostten Wins Fourth A total of 40 players saw action in the four-hour and 23-minute game with Claude Osteen, the fifth Washington pitcher, winning his fourth game and Jim Perry, the seventh Minnesota pitcher, losing his sixth. Harmon Killebrew hit his 200th homer of his career for the Twins. Lock's game winning single scored Ken Retzer, who reached second base on shortstop Zoilo Versalles' throwing error and advanced to third on an infield out Lock had two other hits, includmg a homer, in addition to the decisive single to lead the Senators' 12-hit attack. Heavyweight title figlit to be a sellout LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI)-Promoter Al Bolan announced today there will be a "complete sellout" of all 7,691 paid admissions for the Sonny Liston-Floyd Patterson heavyweight title fight at the (invention Center. He said the gross gate for this return 15-round fight should approach $300,000 and set a new Nevada record for fights. Both champion Sonny Liston, 30, and e-x-champ Patterson, 28, were scheduled for their final news conferences today. Big Sonny, who won the title from Floyd on a first round knockout at <3ucago last Sept 25, planned to take a brief workout today at the Thunderbu-d Hotel before his conference. Because Sonny was so destructive at 214 pounds in Chicago, he plans to scale about the same at Saturday's weigh-in. Patterson, who has finished his public workouts, planned to talk to the writers today and tiien disappear until the weigh-in. Floyd hopes to register about 195 pounds sLx more than at Chicago. The Nevada State Athletic Commission announced late Friday that the safety rule providing a knockout defeat lor any lighter floored three times in one round would be waived for this fight. But the commission also announced that the safety rule requiring an eight-count for a floored boxer before he can continue will be enforced. As champion Sonny tapered off training today, he disclosed he had slapped contender Cassius Clay's face in the Thunderbird Hotel's game room on Thursday when Cassius called Sonny "a chump-^iot a champ." Liston said. "He didn't try to slap back. He just grabbed the edge of a crap table to keep from falling down." If Sonny beats Floyd Monday night. Sonny will make his next defense against Clay at Philadelphia's Municipal Stadium Sept. 30. Dressen's Tigers chew up Los Angeles Angels LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Chariey Dressen, a longtime tiger in the ranks of baseball managers, showed he could bare a lot of fangs as a Detroit Bengal after only one month with the motor city club. The chunky little manager's revived Detroit Tigers chewed up the Los Angeles Angels Friday night, 10-5, coming from behind to score seven runs in the last two innings. Dressen took over the Tigers June 19 and since he has been at theur hebn they have won 14 games while losing 15. But the Angels had to take the blame for giving Dressen an assist towards the victory wth inept play that put Detroit within range. And all Dressen's men needed was the opportunity and they seized it to pull ahead. Dees Goofs Angel first baseman Charley Dees was the chief culprit for the home club. The Tigers were trailing 4-1 when they loaded the bases in the sixth with one out. Norm Cash then grounded to first base and Dees went to the bag instead of throwing home. One run scored and when Dees finally threw to the plate, catcher Hank Foiles let the ball get away from him to permit a second run to score. The Angels picked up an unearned nm in the seventh to increase their lead to 5-3. But Rocky Colavito lead off the Tigers's eighth with his 13th home run and before the side was retired Whitey Herzog's pinch double had scored two runs to put the Tigers ahead, 6-5. The four runs Detroit added in the ninth were just frosting on their victory cake. The loss snapped a three-game Los Angeles winning streak and eliminated their chance of gainbg ground on all the clubs ahead of them in the standings. Veteran relief pitcher Art Fowler, making his 35th appearance of the season and his sixth in the last 10 games, showed the toils of overwork as he gave up four runs including the pair that came home on Herzog's double and was charged with the loss. One Inning—One Win The victory went to Willie Smith, the third of four Detroit hurlers, who worked only one inning and gave up an unearned run. but was the pitcher of record in the three-run eighth inning that sent the Tigers on to victory. Don Lee and Mickey Lolich were the starters. Lee went seven innings and yielded three runs while Lolich gave up four in the five innings he worked. In the final analysis it was the failure of the Angel bullpen to come up to the emergency that cost them the game. Danny Osinski pitched to only two batters in the eighth and gave up Colavito's homer and a double to Bill Bruton. And after Fowler loaded the bases in the ninth, Julio Navarro gave up two singles and a double to bring in the four runs. But for tonight's second game in the series, the Angels called on their pitching star. Ken McBride, 10-7, to oppose Jim Bunning, 6-10, when the clubs resume action. U.S. expects to win 8 of 11 Moscow events Distance pole vaulting added at All-Comers A new event — distance pole vaulting — was started in the open division of the All-Comers Track Meet at San Bernardino Valley College last night. Owens jump of 23 ft. 9 in. was declared the record for the summer athletes to try to better in the next three meets this sea son. In the conventional pole vault ing Leon Hickey of Yucaipa vaulted 11 ft 2^ in. to smash the old record of 10-8. Mike Allen of Highland improved the borad jump record from 18-4 to 19-7^2. The summaries: OPEN DIVISION I2Q-yard high hurcles—Breyer, Wright 16.3. 440 relay—Oldies (Channels, Cox, Elenburg, Bryden), 44.6 (new meet record, old record 44.8 by Central Jr. High. Riverside, 1963). Mile run — Wyper, Haynes, Rawlings, 4:37.4. 440-Kories, Mayo, 58.7. 100 — Elenburg. Lacey, W. Brown, 10.2. 880 — CSjannels, Gorrell,Gillette, 2:09.1. Mile walk — Gorrell. Mayo. Criles, 8:37.1. 220 — Ballard, Conley. Ward, 23.8. 2-mile run — Wyper. Racobs, Kirby, 10:32. 220 low hurdles — Breyer, Bryden, 26.0. Triple jump — W. Ramborger, Brzezinski, 42-3. Long jump — Brzezinski, W. Ramborger, W. Brown, 2W%. Shot put — Thompkins, Fly, Bamett 44-514. Discus — Thompkins, Fly. Barnett, 134-7. High jump — Larkm, 6-0. JUNIOR HIGH DIVISION 660 — Heinberg, Aleiandre, 2:18.3. 100 — Robinson, Johnstone, White, 10.5. 330 — Working, Brydea. Hemberg, 42.2. 1320 — Shawver, Johnstone, Garcia, 3:32.8. Long jump — Allen, White, Robinson, 19-7V2. Shot put — Byard, Hoyt, Ostoich, 44-2. Triple jump — Manning 368 (new record new event). Pole vault — Hickey 11-2^4 (new record, old record 10-9 by Holman, 1963, Vasquez, 1962). MOSCOW (UPI) - The United States was expected to win eight of the 11 men's events today in the start of the dual track meet against Russia, using its tradition al sprint power for a big halfway lead. Despite the absence of four Yank world record-holders, the United States, as usual, was favored to win the men's competition in the two-day carnival, while the Russian women were picked to score their fifth straight victory over the American girls. Separate scoreboards have been set up in the stadium for the men's and women's competition and the meet officially will be scored separately as agreed upon between the two nations. The Yank men picked to win events today are pole vaulter John Pennel of Northeast Louisiana State; Bob Hayenn Florida A&M in the 100-meters; Hayes Jones of Detroit in the 110-meter hurdles; Ralph Boston of Los Angeles in the broad jump; Dave Davis of the Marines in the shot put; Jim Dupree of Los Angeles in the 800- meters, Ulis Williams of Arizona State in the 400-meters and the 400-meter relay team of Gilbert Hayes. John Moon of the U.S. Army and Paul Drayton of CHeve- land. The events the Russian m&a are favored to win are the 20,000 kilometer walk, and the 10,000 meters. The women sprinters competing in today's program—and favorites to win—are Edith McGuire of Atlanta and Wyomia Tyus of Griffin, Ga. The American girls are expected to go downhill from this winnmg start simply because they are no match for the bigger, tougher and more talented Russian gurls. Sunday golf starting times starting times in the Jack and Jill golf tournament Sunday at Redlands Country club are: 12:08—Mr. and Mrs. Rob Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Larsen. 12:15—Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller, Dr. and Mrs. Ed Banta. 12:22-Mr. and Mrs. BiU Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Fairbanks. 12:30—Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Zemer, Mr. and Mrs. John Blumenberg. 12:37 — Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Washbum. 12:45 — Mr. and Mrs. Bill Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Domfield. Others who wish to play may make up own foursomes and call Pro shop for starting times. Mr. and Mrs.Campbell /nd Mr. and Mrs. Miller are hi charge. Benton 13-10 pick in TV bout tonight NEW YORK (UPI) — Tough George Benton of Philadelphia, a middleweight fighting out of his class, was a 13-10 favorite to beat Allen Thomas of Chicago tonight in their nationally televised bout at Madison Square Garden. Benton, the fifth ranking middleweight, will be conceding only five pounds or so when he tangles with Thomas, the 10th ranking light hea\'yweight who is undefeated in his last 19 bouts. At 30 Benton is eight years older than ThonMS, but that is not e .xpect3d to be a handicap. Neither is the weight concession, for Benton owns 27 kayoes among his 47 victories. He has lost eight times and fought one draw. Benton, too, has been winning bouts at a fast clip of late, scoring 11 victories in his last 12 starts. STANDINGS Los Angeles Chicago St. Louis San Francisco Cincinnati Pittsburgh Philadelphia Milwaukee Houston New York National League W. L. Pet. GB 59 35 .628 51 42 .548 714 52 43 .517 714 51 45 .531 9 51 45 .531 9 43 46 .511 11 48 47 .505 lUi 47 47 .500 12 36 62 .367 25 32 63 .337 27 >3 Friday's Results Los Ang. 4 Milwaukee 2 (night) Cincinnati 5 San. Fran. 2 (night) Pittsburgh 9 Chicago 4 (night) Phila. 2 New York 1 (night) St Louis 7 Houston 2 (night) Sunday's Gaines Houston at St Louis New York at Philadelphia (2) CJucago at Pittsburgh (2) Los Angeles at Milwaukee (2) San Francisco at Cincinnati American League W. L. Pet. GB 55 3i .618 51 41 .554 514 50 41 .549 6 50 43 .538 7 52 45 .535 7 46 47 .495 11 4S 51 .474 13 41 51 .446 151,4 33 51 .427 17 34 59 .366 23 New York Chicago Boston Minnesota Baltimore Cleveland Los Angeles Kansas City Detroit Washington Friday's Results Boston at Chicago, ppd.. rain Cleveland at New York, ppd., rain Kansas City 2 Baltimore 1 (night) Wash. 6 Minn. 5 (13 inns, night) Detroit 10 Los Angeles 5 (night) Sunday's Games Detroit at Los Angeles Baltimore at Kansas City Washington at Minnesota Boston at Chicago (2) Cleveland at New York 02 TREASURE HOUSE : Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads.

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