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THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 45 MAJOR LEAGUE BOXES NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE Bird* Trip Yanks Hues Blank (Jnci CINCINNATI Kukt.lh Ptnwn.er B.llj-f ' Lyneh.rf Biilty.e H.UM.C MirtliUh ·MTTSiURGH j . . .. a b r h r b l 4 · 2 0 HetlOtt 4 2 2 0 , 4 e e o an*t.w 4 1 2 1 ; 4 » t a Sklnn«r.1f 4 1 2 1 *. « 8 « Nel»en,1b 1 8 J 1 2 0 O 0 Ctemnte.rf 4 0 1 S i 1 6 0 0 Buraeti.e « 0 0 0 j 2 t 9 0 Vlrden.c' 4 0 0 0 ! 3 · 0 6 M»rtkU» J 8 1 0 1 NEW YORK «b r h rbl Kubek.u 4 e 6 a Mantli.ef MarU.rf B«rr«,e Ctrv.U Skwrn.lb MeDtldJb McMlln.u S 9 1 8 rrttnd.p 2 1 1 0 Puruty.p 1 0 0 ft i NuxhilU 1 « « 0 *-G*nxlu 1 · 0 0 Htnry.p · · « 0 T»U1« M « 1 0 Tetili Si S 11 S l-C*llt4 out en rtrlk.i for Nuxh»H In-Wh.' CINCINNATI ............ 900 000 000-- 0 PITTMUPNSH .......... J0200010X-S t-Htnt. 'PO-A-- Cincinnati Z4-7, Pittt- »up«h JT-U. LOB-- Cincinnati 4, Pltti- 2B--Great, ClemenU. S--Friend. 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IP SPORTS CLIPPINGS From Wire Old pro Ben Hog an and boyish · newcomer Mason Rudolph were; favored today as more than 100 , touring professionals opened « j four-day assault on the Wfl.OOO! Memphis Open title . . . Zorai Policy of Chandler rests in third ! place in the heavyweight National ; Boxing Assn. ratings, behind Sonay Listwi and ex -champ, Floyd Patterson . . . Judo, J*-j nan's traditional art, of self de-j ense, may become an . official vent at the 1964 Olympic G«m«s Tokyo . . . Jim Mutseheller, ormer Notre Dame end, today' igned for his seventh season with : le Baltimore Colts of the National Football League . . , Eddie ilrdelatz, coach of the -Oakland (aiders in the American Football League, escaped injury yester- lay when another car rammed the back of his 1960 Cadillac o n j a San Francisco freeway; . . . iddie Russo was reported in sat- sfactory condition from injuries suffered in Monday's 500-mile Indianapolis auto race. Russo, inured when his car , crashed into a retaining wall, suffered, a brain concussion 'and underwent-, surgery for a badly lacerated scalp and "a severe facial cut. FAN FARE [CONN!? DISTANCE RUNNERS MISSING RECREATION RESULTS U.S. Still Lacks Olympic Qualifiers In Two Events OURY P A R I SOFTBALL i m'tk: Miry Xivtrdi inii »«tiy R»m«i ; A L L ' V C A T * Ml W-- 7 I I TYPHOON* , S 0 1 « l - - « I 4 . BOOTtlSGEM ., W 11 } 1 » V A G A B O N D * ,. 0" 1»~ 7 ' Mtnnf Ocboi and A U » Almldi; OlcSl Eflriii Mfrtni, inrf L»« l«««; L»rry i p.rtllH inrt ««ul Pifllrii. M«rin«r «»rt H»y M»«i)lh1«i. ; S^SINCER* . 0 0 0 11-- ) 1 *T A U U * T I N C !« 00-..1I 1 t ! niQO HOO'INO 41(111 1»--H » 9 | J t W t l f t 7« (V. 10 J « i Dl'IK W«IHf« «rf K'tlh D-fmindl ' Coelll* V«»QH«I mil l.iir» Mcf.c'- ' Jtm MUI»r n«l L«mb»rt Tr«J»i. Bauminn (W, 1-2) * « iunnlni (L, 1-5) f S Morotn 1 3 * Elt IB SO 0 0 1 0 i * I 7 4 « 1 1 HBP--By Running (MInoieK U-- *o«r, Fl»h»rty. ; Sttwirt, Hurley. T--t A--10,772. DO YOU REMEMBER? 1« YEARS AGO TUCSON,-June 2,, 19Sft-tucson Cowboy Manager Hank Leiber and catcher Eddie Gibb have, been fined by Arizona - Texas League President Riney Salmon as the result of a dispute with me umpire in Wednesday's game with the Phoenix Senators. 15 YEARS AGO CHICAGO, June 2, 1945--W-Harold (Red) Grange, * veteran of 20 years of prof ess'inal football, today quit the game with the warning that "pro football is on shaky footing and anything can happen." Want Ad Takers Are On Duty B o r n j J Ph. MA. 2-5855 TaUla 11 1 I 1 Tetali M J * 2 CHICAGO OOfl 100 000--1 ·AN FRANCISCO 001000001--2 I--Avarill. PO-A--Chleale M-11 (iwa aut In tth whan wlnnlni run acarad): ·an FrancUeo 17-1. LOI--Chlcata 4; ·an Franciaea I. 21--Banka, Janai. IB--Bouchit. Si-- Kirklina'. «--Jenai. iP M R ER BB tO Clliwarth (L, M) VA 4 1 1 « J Janaa (W, 1-4) .. t S 1 1 1 7 U--aaitaaa, Gorman, Smith, Sudal. T--I:M. A--H.7S1. V A C A T I O N T U N E - U P $7.9S Labor All popular S cyl. can inel. 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NEW YORK--UW--With only one month remaining before the final Olympic track and field trials at Stanford, Ihn United States has yet to produce a runner to meet Olympic qualifying standards in the 10,000 meter run and the 3,000 mitir steeple- Tribe Gets Hurler ·CHARLESTON, S.C.-UPI-The Cleveland Indians have signed Tyrone Cline, a star pitcher and outfielder at Clemson College, to a bonus contract. Cline, 21, will join the Mobile club of the Class AA Southern Assn. June 8. Coach 'Sinks' Hole In One DENVER-«)--Because Hoyt Brawner is a coach at the Denver University, maybe it wasn't unusual that he got. a hole-ia-pns yesterday at Well- shire Country Club. But Brawner is a basketball coach. And the hole his golf ball hit was in the bottom of the kitchen sink in a house with a window open near the course. Sunday Shoots On Two Fronts Shooting action in Tucson this weekend will be si the Pima Pistol Club and the Tucson Trap Skeet Club. . The pistolmen will convene for a set of six matches staring at 9 ».m. Sunday. Medals will be awarded for class winners over the National Match course, .22- caliber, and for the aggregate class winners of all six matches. Aside from the .22 National M»tch course, shooters will fire the NM course centerfire and in .45-cal., and'20 shots each slow, -timed 'and rapid-fire with the .45 handgun. Shotgunnery is set for the trap and sheet rang* beginning *t 1:30 p.m. Sunday. chase. Thi lack of long dislanrc runners was disclosed today by the U.S. Olympic men's truck nnd field committee in announcing that so far .115 Americans havp met qualifying standords in 17 of the 19 Olympic events. Of this .115 total, however, only five have qualified for distances longer than a half-mile- three in the 1,500 meters and two in the 5,000 metfrs. The United Stales never haj? won the 10.000 meter run in the Olympics «nd the only American Victory in the .1,000 meter steeplechase in eight tries was scored by Horace Ashenfelter in However, there was plenty for U.S. fans to cheer ahout In the latest additions to the Olympic qualifying list. Mirn Realty of the Santa Clara Youth VillaRe provided the highlight, of course, when he qualified for the 1.500 meter run by setting a new American record of 3:5S.O for the mile a! the California Relays last Saturday. Also qualifying by setting an American record wd.t Mrs. Earlene Brown of l.os Angeles, who set a mark of 170 ft.. 21,4 inches the women's discus throw. MUFFLER SPECIAL T U C S O N -- i CLIMATIC AIR Auto Rtfrigtratien - avoil- abl« for compact and foreign cars and all Ford, Gtncral Motors, Chrysltr, A mi ri con Motor Cars. Tops in cooling, wt »«rviCB all makes. -- Bank financing ovailablt. Tucson's Old«sf and lorgeif D/'ifribufor So. Arizona Tire Supply 134 So. 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