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PHILUPS DEALS' STAR Skid to Fourth Fanfare SAN FRANCISCO UP---Jack Phllllpa led the San Francisco ' Seals to two come-from.behlm . 4-3 Pacflc Coast League victories over Los Angeles before 7, ' 687 fans Sunday. Phillips' home run scored the tying and winning runs In the eighth Inning of the first same lie scored the winning run In the extra.lnnlng 8th of the sec ond game on Ken Aspromonte'a high fly after doubling. The sweep of the doublehead rr put San Francisco firmly In second place. 1H games back of Hollywood and dropped Los Angeles to fourth behind Van* couver. - , v , ^ · · * · · · * .r 'LOS ANGELES was leading 3-0 when Bill Renna came to · bat for San Francisco In the ' sixth Inning of the second game, Renna hit a home run. Phillips .'singled. Mini Tornay doubled * and gave way to Ed Sadowskl Dodgers 17 ' V · " · · " - Jhruptm 9th,10-3 as a, pinch runner. Then Sal Tuormlna, pinch-hitting for Joe Tanner, batted In both Phillip* and Sadowskl with a single off relief hurler Jim Hughes, giving the Seals three runs before a batter was out. Angel starter Red Adams had allowed only three hits to the sixth Inning. In the eighth, doubled, Sadowskl · P h i l l i p s was Intentionally walked and Aspromonte lilt a fly for a single scoring Phillips for the winning run. · · · · ' PHILLirs TWO-RUN homer n the eighth Inning was the deciding blow of the first game. It came off Bob Darnell after Frank Kellcrt had singled. The Angels got all their scoring In early. Herb Olson doubled Gale Wade home with the first run In the second Inning, They got another In the fifth on sin- :le« by George Anderson and Jim Baxe* and Steve Bllko's sacrifice fly. The Angels' final nm came In the seventh on Wally Lammers double, Darnell's sacrifice and Roy Harts- leld's fly to center. - · » flHHT OASIB ' '. vr 1 «· AlUJtlM tMkN rr4UMNW4t AB H O A All H n A lnifl4ld.ll 3 1 2 0 pMHOII.ir 4 1 It 0 · Iflll I f 0 0 1 0 MftlmtMtbtl 4 0 1 4 And»rfn.2b 3 2 3 1 KMUKh.cT 1 la»a.,3b 4 2 0 3 KtlltrUb - 4 - · - { Jj,,,,,,^ . 4 4 1 a 3 I n ST. LOUIS turn--The Broolt- Jyn Dodgers broke loose with seven runs In the ninth Inning Sunday to break a 3-3 tie and| ^^".IM" defeat the St. Louis Cardinals 1TM t%2fc in-'i K--LaTM ·* u ^ u ' I promonla. Don Newcombe, who last Joit'p 1 ," 1 ' r ^ nttl to the Cards six y e a r s *l» 0 J5; Alol *; tr 7' picked up his third victory asn.rt° AW the Dodgers pounded out 16 hill, eight of them In the last Inning. It was the 10th straight vie- tory for the big right-hander over the Cardinals. He gave up eight hits and did not walk a batter until the ninth. He struck o u t six. . . , . . , · ' · · · · K ' , ' CARL FURILLO'S two-run rvtouBti.cT 3 1 4 0 H4lHrt.ll, - 4 9 » i Rtnnl.lf - 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 Philllpa.3k 4 ' · · 0 3 0 Badow.kl.a 4 - _ 1 o 1 Tanntr.lb 3 0 4 A · mmri.M 2 2 0 4 Pljltlta.p 0 0 0 ! arn.ll.p 2 0 1 1 b-Umphlilt 1 o o 0 Botkw.il 1 0 0 0 Bprlna.p 0 o 0 I f.Aiprornntt 1 l 0 o ' Ittblt.p 0 0 0 1 , lllko.lb 4itk!ni.r( Wndt.cf )l~n · Abin Tntlll 3» I 24 U ¥01*11 32 » 2T K a--uroupdad out for Darnell In VII :--zr SJ W iif tlBl--OlKm, Bllko, A«. P«non. PliMlllx 3. 3B--Ol. . i O--Pllltlt. 7.«. gprlng l . , li 1-3. R*eB-- D.rn.ir4.4. HII. Bprlng 1-1. b.m»thl4 0-0. W II-O). LP -- DMMll U U-3). 8KCONP OAMK IUrtifM.II , Hllko.ib linklu.rf W»t».ct I 2 0 Paarton.rf 4 1 0 9 K«°lrt.l 3 1 » 0 llanna.lf 4 0 1 0 Phillip.,Ib 4 2 4 0 Tornay.a A B H O A ~ 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 a i i 1 o i 4 0 3 4 1 2 0 5 ? « 0 Adtm4.p ·1U.II4I.O Itorat.p . Km KraMlH* . 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 UrCall.p 0 0 O 0 ) 1 0 0 0 ToUU 33 10 II II · Tet.1l ·--glniltd for Tanner tn tlh. . Ml M* Ml »1-- 4 "HI -- Hrl«fl4ld, AMlirwn. OlMI TM double and Gil Hodges' gave Brooklyn a 3-0 lead In the third but Stan Muslal's homer In the fourth and Wally Moon's i homer with one aboard In the eighth tied the score. In the ninth, Junior Gllllam J.jrmin. !"£··«·/· Aimrmmii. JB^| doubled. Pee Wee Reeoe singled " - ' "·""--" and Duke Snider walked to load the bases, Hoyt Wllhelm relieved Cardinal starter Larry Jackson but Furlllo's drive was misjudged by Moon and two runs carre In to open the dam. ..'Huiii.i 1 , A --RtlHia. SB-1 I.OB-^UA, «. Vr* lE""!'!*--Maca'irTl · · m. 8, Ml.k.na 1. «O--HtO.II mm 1. Ho-- Adama r . ,. (Worn 0-H. Mlakai --MaCall 3-3. A.I. m 3 ,Oaora4 0-0 Mlektn. 1. Udama. HBP-- Ktourh ._. . . -f Ibv Arltm4), olMHi Iby McCain. WP--MfCall (|.OI, l,V-- Mltktni ll-ii, U--Carlllrcl. "-- *" All 7,117. Francona's Bat Paces Baltimore ' BALTIMORE Ci:-Tlto Francona belted a pair of home runs and drove In five runs as the Baltimore Orioles snapped their 'Ive-game losing streak by defeating. Kansas City, 10-2, Sunday In the first game of a double header. ., K , , , ..,, ,,. The second game, played In steady drizzle, was postpone 0 0 2 0 after five and a half Inning { i J J.wlth Hal Brown of the Orlol and Rip Coleman of the A locked In a scoreless pltchln 31121 ii duel. Francona, hitting safely In h eighth straight game, slammed Ills fifth homer of the year an fourth In the last four game with two on In the sixth to pu the. Orioles In front, The slx-ru sixth off Tom Morgan was Bait more'i biggest Inning o f , th Harrison WinsPestival With Blazing 62 Finale ...-, - · ,..:··,.,,-!.· w.. . *._? WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va, (UKl--E. J. (Dutch) Har- rlion of St. Louii came roaring rom behind Sunday with a near-record 62 to capture the Sam Snead Colt Feitlvat with a 266 total. The towering ihotmaker from he Ozarki k n o c k e d eight strokes off par In a spectacular round that came within one itroke of tying Ed (Porky) Oliv- er's 1931 competitive record for the 6,497-yard, par-70 course, Harrison's clutch performance Eve him victory by two itrokei, and J2.300 first prize money. x Hli triumph was assured when the two men who had alternated In th« lead Urn first three rounds--young Paul Harney ol Worcester, Mass., and aging Ben Hogan -- faltered In the home stretch. ·" MILWAUKEE "·(U.E) -- Catcher Ray Katt's bases, oaded single in the eighth Inning scored two runs to break a tie and propel the New York Giants to a 6-3 /Ictory over Milwaukee Sunday. The loss dropped the econd-place Braves two full games behind Cincinnati. With the score tied 3-3. Katt Iced one of Red Murff's me- lum fast balls to left to score fhltey Lockman and Hank auer with all the runs the lant needed on a misty, cold ay. The Glanti added a final In the ninth on singles by ohnny Antonelll, Red Schoen- lenst and Lockman, .. Antonnell, who hadn't won a ame' since he shut out the raves In the Polo Grounds two ·eoks ago, blanked Milwaukee i the last t h r e e Innings al- houzh the Braves threatened erlously In the ninth. Singles y Del Crandall and Johnny Loan put runners on first and ilnl with none out. But pinch alters Felix Mantilla and Bob y Thomson struck out and file at, and oldtlmer Andy Pafk led to right to end the earn nd give Antonnell his third vie ory against four defeats, Milwaukee got Its three runs In the fourth Inning off starter Al Worthlngton with three doubles by Eddie Mathews, Joe Ad. cock and Logan and a single by Billy Bruton. . · YM4i MlloukM AB H O A AB II n ·ehdn.t.2l o I 2 I ffCiuilMUb 4 2 3 Idckmn.lb a 2 V I Aaron.rf 4 0 0 Uar.,cf 0 1 4 0 Mlth.i»i,3b 4 I I H.U.Mf 2 II i II Adrak.lb , 4 1 12 Uu.ll.l.rf 1 0 i u Tannar.lf ' 3 II 2 Hridi. rl-lf 4 1 o « Ci.nd.ll,4 i l l HparMar.aa 2 1 2 0 Loon a. 4 2 3 Kall.a 4 3 3 0 Brulon.tf 3 3 1 Ca.tfmn,3ta 4 o 0 0 e.Mamllla I l» 0 Wrthntn.p j 0 0 0 Rltt.t ··rlarn. j 0 0 o Murtf.r. Anlon.lll,» 1 1 0 0 d-Than4on Buhl i ,:., . H- i · b-l'.rl Harney, putting badly and im able to overcome a bad start took a two-over-par 72 for a fl nal total of 268 strokes. This tied him for second with tournament host Sam Snead, who finished with a 66 round. Hogan dropped off to a This hind put him one stroke be Harney and S n e a d and tied him with Peter Thomson of Australia with a total of 269. Thomson carded a 69. · · · · HARRISON K N E W he had Hogan beat when he walked off the final green. Then ho had to sweat It. out In the clubhouse while others with a chance to match or overtake him came down the stretch. When H a r n e y and Snead failed to make It, Harrison had to worry Thomson missed. y, Phillip*. HR wtdt. §*«.*-- I pitch-- year. Adlm.l, ' , , Off, Btfllnor, T--3 lM, nilll.m.3b 6 1 1 3 tllin|m«,3b 4 1 3 2 RMM.u II 3 o 1 D.rk.u 4 ' - · Hnld4r,ef , 3 0 1 0 Mullll.lb ', 4 Purlllo.fr 6 1 2 0 Moon. I! Hodiu.ll » a » 0 HK.y.r,3h 4 0 Anioroil.ll 4 3 9 0 Cunnthn.rC 4 1 1 0 \V.H.r,« 4 3 T O ll.Smilh.. 4 2 4 1 Ilmln4r.Sll 4 O 4 J RdHmllh.tl J 1 B 01, Miwinlx.p t 1 · 0 Jitkion.p 2 o o 0, ..CoopM 1 0 0 O 1 i . · / MMrtll.p i 0 0 0 0 r««ii.p , 0 0 0 1 , \MIM4lm, B ' ' 0 0 0 0 / H.hmkll.p 0 0 0 0 · |CAIIW 1 0 0 {vH Hauser Wins 4 0 1 3 1 Santa Barbara , Road Feature ""·Vr*. rifWT I I A M K H Baltlmoro AH H O A AH II O 4b 6 I .1 I lardtitr,2b · i I C.r».t 4 2 2 0 Bord.lb 5 I f P-.rnl.Uf 4 1 1 0 V r.n« ( ,,..,rf 3 3 HlmpMn.lb 3 2 1 1 0 Nltroan.lf 4 0 4 HkUaa.rf 3 0 2 0 Prhurn.cf 0 0 0 Smith.r - 4 3 2 1 Trlaridoi.t 2 0 ? Up4i.3b / I I II 1 Pllrilk,ef-ir 3 1 1 (lr.lf.3b , 3 1 1 4 K.II.Jh 1 1 0 M0rirtn,p 2 0 0 2 CaUMy.Sb 0 0 1 a.Nonn 1 0 0 0 Brld.wir.u I 0 I Ratlhtr.p 0 0 0 0 \Mt, r 1 0 0 b-Uebrmtt 1 0 II II ' IX U.UI.n 4 0 2 8 ToUn 311031 II a-- Flltd ou| fur t niad mil foi Rltlbi Kaiuu oily ?» 7 27 llh. b-- · SANTA BARBARA OlEI-Eric Hauser of Hollywood averaged .,. ,,_, ,,,,,,_,,, ,,... 73.85 miles an hour for 77 miles! El'JSli-. "fc,"TM."""-. ?· K "i- *^~ In his Bulck Special Sunday to n*EH-- Muni 3, Datli 1 I Ja.kaon 3. HO -- jaonron kltrrlll I*H. |ji.vl» 2.H tfa«» talion l» »lh). Wllh.lm 1-0 !«« hatUra In ·Ihl, Hfhmldl 2*1 Ntwvmba 3-3. Iaka«n 3 ' JaUklol, 3 *.'lirSdi!" d we '-- ·N.w.omb. (3-3), LP-- IKU 10-11. U--VtnKin. BallMlut, Ja«ko»lkl, Crawford. T-3:}3. A--1«.4»3. capture the feature event in the'SI'ciTM "'".\i;Z£.~£s Ho I DO--M»r«.n 2. 1«4* 7. . kfortan g.a, Ratlhtr 1.3 R*KR--..... fin ·.«, Ratthir 2.], Lotl 2-3. HBP-- Mottarr ITrlnadoai WP--lx»l |33I, LP--Mon.n (1-41 T-5:1?. riECONh OAMR RMHH r" running of the Barbara road races. Hauser edged John Von Neumann of Hollywood, whose Ferrari spun out on the last lap.|oraff,«b A *s H o 0 4* n.mn.,, Phil Hill nf SnntA Mnnlrn riArl C«rv,lf 3 1 o 0 K.ll,3b mil HIII ot aama Monica naa .^^n lk , ,, T n Fmneona.rt i o o been favored to win the eventl»*'«»" i o o otji.m.n.if 2 0 1 but fell behind a f t e r having trouble, with the brakes on his Ferrari. Ken Miles of Hollywood won the feature event far small 3 0 0 ONIim.n.lf _ . . ; 0 0 0 Trlindoa,e 1 0 3 1 3 0 William.. Ib 2 3 7 1 0 1 2 ITburn.tr 1 0 2 3 Brtd.w.r.ii 1 0 3 0 0 n.n.p 2 6 6 3 Brtd.w.r, 4~ilfl,u 1 0 1 Brown,p ToUU It I 11 ..-,., «vr. Tvnrv/^ " m Jcaiuro cvciu " ir ·" Eileen Wing NHYL by averaging 74.7 miles _. .,,. In a Porsche Spydcr. Jean Pierre 30-Mile Feature 1 . i nan--und.w4.4r. DP--D. Ma.ttrl Bn hOUr nraff.aimpaon; rMl4man.7« Ma.wtri "· paon,. Trlandoa.Brld.w4Hr. LOB-- I.I Cllv l Balllmort .t. BB--Col n. man 4. »0--Brown 3. U--" "" llurlcr. Runs.. Unonl, T~l:: of».««. Alt.-- Kunstle of Carmcl, Calif, second and Richie Glnther BABOA--EUecn. trim power Hollywood was third. , j ' , cruiser owned by Carl Moore of . , . . . . -y l »'«s l IKcllcy In Runaway -'" ' dar^Vre 8 a?urr?or^'of Yonkers Marathon the Hollywood Yacht CJub, won the 30-mile predicted log race 83-foot schooner Serena, sweepstakes honors as won ·best and Inscription on the Dr. Les-! over · ter Lowe trophy tn the feature of tho Newport Harbor Yact Club's 40th annual · season's o p e n i n g celebration on the weekend. Oilman William H. Moran's dressed" ship of the NHYC · fleet. Bob Davis' Thumper II won the W. D. Schock perpetual trophy for Lehman 12 dinghies featured In bay action. ,»u , Drag Race 7 Results ; IAI 113nl ud Auunrdal Ta* Jlmlul«--J..IJ Ntlaoa, M.n, 3i 12w Ml. Tl~--C.buta Oltll, Chcyi, U lit... '»? ;ht».. ) v « , Ch*v., , L*0r*nd 73411; K. Boo UiillU t ·· "fl -- jjt H'.ill ·' Und.t M.raudlr.. '»» Cli.v.. . . . , Kanrl, 'H fort. 10.11; F, UilllUy A Burtch, '67 rord, H7.1II, U, IluUh ttjf. F -tl Clitr.. »i.M % n'.07t ' Jaa,. a^.m ; 'o, ui ' Wtlnbari. Cnrra 'B, Ru ftiUr pr (Ttllt--A. Vine* Hhulll, II.rl 101.271 B, Mai K.lltr, Trl., IM.») Karat * vtmiiiat. Haritr, f»,H; 'i l«t Bratkttl Mull., Tt,M. ... . . . · · . - ..'--.^ ^ » I la 103.511 B, Botir C. f«l ~-" · ttoun?. Mlka Monla, »··«*. - 101,121 BtirMk. P»nt., , 1 Coo. Cl»'., IT.40I O. iu Oh«., HJ.ll Automtllvt. rhryt.. 113,ai; B. * Hunt*, Mttt.. IM.ll, Mi«»» - - - - - IUa4alo-A, ill 114.11) B. Ha. 121.2»: B, M«dlfVi H.rf.11 Chryt., 112.M. - _. Alllh Brta, Kl.lar, Chrra.. 114.00. 3 b 1)5.87] B*. Oobura Illai..' *lirr lso.05; r, D«n__B.owt, ll«w A , 11.31, California League;! llotkltn 1. Mod.wa o, i BakirtfUkl 10, HIM . ''; a.llnai al Ran Jot*, rala. . ' nuoo *| VMlla, lain. CC, averaging 61.4 Kunstle won Saturday's mod. Uled 1.100-1.500 cc 10-lapper In his Porsche Spyder, averaging 60.8 mph. John Fox, 26, of Kentfleld, an owner-driver, who was In the pit area as a spectator early In the day, suffered chest and arm Injuries when he was struck by fragments of a Crosley Special YONKERS, N. Y. W»-Young Johnny Kelley of the Boston AA made a runaway of the Yonkers Marathon Sunday by breezing the 26 miles, 385 yards In two hours, 24 minutes, 55.2 seconds The 126-pound school teachei from Graton, Conn., flnlsh« more than nine minutes--abou a half mile-- In front of run nerup Alfred Confalone, reccn Air Force dischargee, clutch pressure plate which blcw ( Ing unattached from compel' Boston up at the start ot a race, He was Ted Corbltt, New York Pioneer taken to Cottage Hospital. |ciub veteran, placed third, Four Hurt as Race Car Plows Into Spectators f. Martlnsvllle, Va. W) -- A racing car spun out of control after a collision on the Martlnsvllle Speedway Sunday and hurtled Into a group of spectators, seriously Injuring an eight-year- old boy and three other persons. It was the second such accident In a week. At least 11 were killed or Injured last Sunday In Italy's Mllle Maglla. Witnesses said the stock car being driven by Bill Myers of Germantown, N. C, In the 250- mile "Virginia 500" grand national circuit race jumped a [ourfoot concretB retaining wall before hitting the spectators lathered at a small vacant area beyond the west ttandt. Approximately 200 to 300 per* sons were standing In the area, About a dozen, hit' by flying metal and concrete fragments, were given · first aid at the scene. Five others were taken to a hospital, and four were considered In serious condition. Myers' speeding car collided with ' another driven by Torn PlstOne ot Chicago as Myers, who was leading the race, attempted to lap Plstone on the 440th lap of the 500-lap race, Plitone regained control of his vehicle and. continued on, but Myers* car jumped the retaining wall, shot through a fence, plowed Into the spectators and came to n stop. Neither Myen nor Plstone was hurt. The vacant area Into which Myers* car spun was "off limits' toftpectaton. The race was itopped at the end of the next lap with Buck Baker of Charlotte, driving; a 1997 Chevrolet, the winner. TWO PROBLEMS NOW FACING IBC'SNORRIS NEW YORK (URI--Big Uncle Sam and little Emll Lencx will both bo Dcltlng «t Jim Norrl* and hi* International Boxing Club thla week.' . , Hearing* will start today In United BUte* District Court on til* decrees proposed 'by the government to bu*t up the IDC, which already h** betm found guilty of monopoly In It* conduct ot tltlB fights. Meanwhlln, tnco, of Brooklyn, will try to «rr*nt«i *n Independent promotion of. it s u m m e r heitvywelght title fight between champion Floyd Pfttteraon and on* of the top contenders. ' Loncn was designated a* promoter la*t week by Putter- son's manager. Cut D'Amutu. Cus ha* brokrn nway from Norrl* and the IBC. Fangio Gps Monaco Prix MONTE CARLO W -- Juan Ianucl Fangio, Imperturbable king of world automobile racing, drove a Mnserltl to victory unday In the Monaco Grand 'rix after -a. spectacular but larmless crackup, forced · out three of his top competitors. The little Argentine completed the 105 lap, 205 mile trip hrough the narrow streets of he principality In three hours, 0 minutes, and 12.8 seconds -an average of 64.68 miles per hour. Fanglo's racer finished leurly half a minute ahead of "tany Brooks of Britain, who ook second In a Vanwall. Only three others--a total of Ive -- finished the race out of the starting field of 16. · Three ace British drivers, Stirling Moss, Mike Hawthorne and Peter Collins, were forced jut after a three-car pllcup on a zig-zag at the foot of a hill. lone was Injured. - ,, . . - . , · ' Final standings: ·;' .'"··'·' 1, Panilo Ariintlna, Maa«raU, S »un, 10 mlnulaR, 12.1 *Mondi. 3. Brooki, B r 11 a I a. V.aw.ll, ,10.30.1, 2, Oraiorr, Britain, Maatrall. S.11.4T, 4. Uwll Irani, Bntaln, Conuutht, .H.13.H. t. TrlnUtnaat, · Kraut, Fiirirt. Tot.I. 31 10 27 » ToUU 34 · 27 I a--Poppet out for Worlhln|Un In 7lli -- niM out for Buhl n 7th e--MntL "I for Bnilon In nth. d--Kll«d out foi w V.ri HBI--Worihinilori'. UTy !7" --4 on doublt pltr In air,), .'··n, Kart 2, Adeuck, Locan, *" JB-Ar.loi,.lH M a l h a o . lolan, oronn.ll 3B-- Mart. O'Connall. AdMMk 2. LnB^N.w~'Yor) 7, Ullwaukta t BB--Worthlnalon 1, Buhl 4, M u r f l 2. SO-- Worthlnilon 2 Anltfttili l t Buhl ' "~ "' ' . 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Jon4l H*twrt H«y«r HtlMrt M B«H«llnk Ktlrflcld Ollvtr onnny Hivolli Joh Unry Oolloii 2 II 4 0 II I) 1 CJ (I I U (J 1 II II U TOMORROW Whlppl«, V«niror I I I , W l l l l i Ivy ( H I ind Hul«lll«on. Whln 111'!'!. ( I I . 001 000-1 I 0 014 04JK-- 0 Mortr: Stlmp* Bloom 14) and n4ll» I. Buhl I. HO -- Worthlncton AnHm.ll! 3-3. Buhl 8-1, M u r f t Ti.2. WP-- Anlornlli 13-11, M u r f f i3'3) U-- Iximort. Bmlih, con lin, Don.uill. T-- 3MI. All.-- 31,117. Your MimbtnSIp .|» food at All AmtrUan H.ollh calid In tviry Ma[op City from Ceoil.lo- C.(ntl " Noit tO Charter M«m. My lylld«n join *vr MM Ltllf l«4Kll StIH ONE YEAR FREE nwKi I" M d.yii I* MlH ·»·-- l'/t" M «»·'· If w« Idl M ««t AM I'/l 75 lit tMtll AHKHICA.N LKAUtH , . , 7*rnl5l. Kin. C. Klv. tltd w i t h Chl«.,o 20 .NATIONAL LXAnUK Aaron. MllwaukM 2M 1*1 M 4ft ,3«ii naon, Cln. 2« 122 21 41 ,3«l r«, Cln. »2 14 33 " loak. Cl«. 30 101 17 -. HlllKl, Rt. 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