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SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, I960 T U C S O N D A I L T C I T I Z E N PAGE? 1 1 KELLNER MAY OPPOSE THEM Old-Timers Paige, Trucks To Pitch Here Tomorrow FAN FARE iGalGrapplers I DISPUTE GRIFFITH WIN Top Mat Card J ra t e p ang Next luesdayj It wil) be old-timers day at Hi Corbett Field tomorrow night, Satchel Paige (who admits to 53) and Virgil Trucks (an.offi- cial 41) pitch for the Caribbean King? against « group of Tucson jemipro and former professional players. - Aad another veteran of th* tasebetll wars, A l e x Kellner, may oppose them for an inning 'or two. 1 "Kellner .will definitely be in uniform and on the roster," said Virgil, Williams, who is helping .Don Jameson p r o m o t e the game. / "He admits be.isn't in thape, though," Williams added. "And he probably won't w o r k too much." '-..·'· ; :-·"- ! Other, local performers who will try solve Paige's deliveries wDl. include Tony Mor-' ate, Bill Mehle, T Jim -Estrada, Matt Encinas, Rudy Castro and ~ Bobby Hart. Ten per cent of the game's gross gate will .be donated, to SATCHEL PAIGE Admits to S3 the Triangle Y Ranch. Tickets, priced at 90 cents, are on sale at the Santa Rita Hotel, Hi Corbelt Field and Jameson's Sporting Goods. Game time is 7 p.m. Paige, who has been pitching almost since the day Abner Doubleday invented baseball, will probably start for the Kings. · He compiled a fabulous record in Negro leagues before the color barrier to the majors was lifted" in 1948. Although he was 42 years old at that time he. entered the big time and built a 28-31 record before 1954. He then pitched in the Class AAA International League until 1958. In his last season, he was 51 years old and had a 10-10 record. Trucks had a 177-135 major league record before his 1958 retirement. Kellner, 36, was 101112. He quit last year. AMERICAN LEAGUE BOX SCORES Perry Wins Tigew DCTROIT *b I ··l!n«,th I a-AmerM · Win A '.· « MaxwiLH ,» Kaline.cf 4 Brberet,a Celivte.rf Frndei.ee b-Caih t-try.p Bruce,* c-Chriilay * 4 I 1 1 1 1 h'rfcl 1 1 0 o e o 0 * a 1 t « e e 1 8 0 · 0 a B a n o « 0 1 0 1 0 CLEVELAND »b r h rbl ·lare«ll,ef 4 1 1 1 A«pmtr,2b 4 1 1 - 1 Kuinn.rf 4 0 » 1 Frneni,1b 4 * .1 1 Roman** Bond, If Halfl.ae Perry, p 3 · · 0 J 0 B 0 1 1 1 0 1 « 0 0 2 2 2 0 Kllptten.p 1 0 * 0 1 · * T«tilt *J I « * Tatalt S1 « I « a--Walked f*r ·olllni In 7th. b-- Fllae! eut for Fernanda! In Mh. e-Grounded »ut far Bruce In tth. ' .. DETROIT OdO 600 MO--I CLEVELAND 004 . MO · Wx-4 I--Hale 1 . PO-A--De*r»lt 24-1, Clave-' land SMI. DP--Phllllpi, Atprtmsnt* *nd Frincent. LOB--Detrelt I, Clava- l«nd 1: ' : ' MR--Atpramanta. »·--PUrwII. IP H R ER ·· 10 L«ry (L, 4-») 1 1 4 4 9 1 Bruce i t t t 0 i *»erry (W, »-» ··-· «M « * » '4 1 Kllppitaln W, 0 0 0 0 i Wr--Brutt. U--«tew«rt, Hurl«y, So«r, ruhtrty. T-2:1«. A-21.M1. Nate Cool Off Birds - BALTIMORE · rmdt.cf 4 Br*»o,1b 4 Mabnin.lb I Hana*",M * Taaby.rf 4 Caurtny.t X Thamai,« 1 Pappai.p t ·-Nlehlan 1 · ·Paaraon 1 . H-a.ntlla ! Tatali 11 A--ttrtunda Khi B--«rau h rbl WASHINGTON · b r h rbl a»rdnr,»b 4 1 1 0 T»irr)by,cf 1 1 1 1 L.Qren.cf 1 · « » Alllion.rf 4 1 'J J Lemon,rf 2 0 1 0 Kllbrw,3b 4 0 1 0 B*cejur,1ll 4 0 1 0 Battey.e 4 1 2 0 Valdvle.ae 1 1 1 0 Wdihck.p I 0 1 » I 1 Totala «2 411 4 tut for Courtnay In *4 out far Pappaa In BtH. ·-- W«lk»al f»r f«rt«earrar» IJOOSc DIAMONDf TOT OOLOft AND COT 1 Carat... I2SO ,Cant... MS lUCnt... »4» Ont...fl05 2 Gnt... 1650 1 CUBt...tl(B » Ou*t...fllOO S. SILVEIHEItG * SONS 113 E. CONGRESS 1910 BALTIMORE ........... 001 000 000--1 WASHINGTON ........ 100 300 OOx-- 4 E-- KIMtbr.w (2). PO-A-- Ballimora M-11, Wllhington T7-19. DP-- Valdl- vialao, Gardnar, Bacquar. LOB -- Baltl- mora 9, Washington 11. 28-- Thernabarry. IB-- Alliaon. HR-- Alliten. SB -- Battay. - » -- Braadino. Woodaihlck, Thronabary. IP H K ER HH SO Pippai, (L, i-S) .. I 10 4 4 5 I PortocarrarB ...... 1 1 0 B 0 0 Wod.hick, (W, 1-0) 1 B 1 1 , S 5 WP-- Woodnhick. Pappat, Portocar- raro. U-- Honochlck. Chylak, McKlnley, Stavana. T-- 2:43. A-- 11,«M. Yanks Edge Bogox BOSTON ab r h r b l Kaeugh.cf 4 0 0 0 H.Sulvn.e 1 * 0 0 R.unali,2b 4 . , G*l0«r,rf W«rtl,1b 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 NEW YORK ab r h rbl McDouald, 1 0 0 0 . 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 . Malion.Sh 1 0 0 1 Graan.aa b-W!lllm Borland, p 0 0 0 0 Sadwikl.c 2 0 0 0 a-Rpiki.lf 2 1 1 2 Caialc.p Buddin.li 4 0 1 ft 2 1 0 0 1 - 1 1 0 4 1 J 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 I- 31 Laper.lf Mantle.cf Maria,rf · erra,e Ikowrn.lb 4 1 2 0 Kubek.n 4 0 1 0 Boyar.Jb 1 0 c-Howard 0 0 d-Rhdn,2b 0 0 0 0 Turlay.p 1 0 0 0 Jamee.p 0 0 0 0 Shantz.p 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 ft Totalf 11 i B i Totala 11 4 » t a--Homarad for Sadowiki In 7th: b-- Fli»d out for Graan In »th; e--Walked intentionally for Boytr In (th; d--Ran for 1 Howard In 9th. BOSTON «00 000 110--I NEW YORK 01S 000 OOx--4 E--Nona. PO-A--Boiton 24-7, Ntw York Z7-7. LOB--Boaton 7, N«w York «. 2B---Staphant, Lopez. IB--Barra. HR-- Repulaki. SF--Malzone. IP H R ER BB SO Caaala (L, «-4) . Borland Turlty (W, 2-1) Jamaa · · · Shantz , 7 I . 7 1 . TV, S . '/j 0 0 WP--Caiale, Borland. PB--Sadowakl. U--Smith, Runia, Paparalla. Rica. T-2:H. A--22,111. Nix Sign* With LA ATLANTA, Ga. -- UPI -- Fr»nk Nix, Georgia Tech halfback, has signed with the Los Angeles Chargers of the American Football League. Nix dropped c'ollege football after getting married. SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUl Jackaonvilla 1-1, Savannah 0-1 Macon 4-3, Charlacton 1-» Aahewilla I, Charlotte 1 Columbia I, Knoxvilla S Daley Cops 7tK KANSAS 'CITY . a b r . h r b t Turtle, cf 4 0 1 1 Lumpe,2b S 0 0 0 Carey, 3b J « J 1 Slebern, If 4 1 0 0 Snytfer, If « 0 · 0 Harioa.rf 2 2 1 0 Bauer, r f 1 0 * 0 Tberry, 1b 4 1 3 1 Chlti. c 4 0 1 1 Hamlin.il 4 1 2 2 Daley, p 2 2 1 1 T'bridge, p 1 0 0 0 CHICAGO ab r h rb Apa'cle, ae 5 ft 1 Fox, 2b S Minnie, If I 0 Siavara, 1b 4 0 Smith, rf 4 0 Freeie, 3b 4 Uandli, cf * Brawn, e 4 Wynn.p Moore, p 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 .0 0 e 8 o 1 I i o o o Four of the belter Rirl wrestlers | in the business will meet in » t«R ! team event Tuesday night »t the : Tucson Garden, according to promoter Monte LftDue. Three oiher main events will round out the 1 evening of wrestling. ' The blonde, barefooted drop- kicking Judy Grable will team with Canadian, Fran Gravette, to meet the rough and rugged Peggy Allen and Margie Ramsey in a two-out-of-three fall contest. A sensational return grudge match will feature the giant l.u Kim of Manchuria »nd the 6-7 M. J. Gadson in another main event contest. Gadson challenged Kim to the return match after declaring the Manchurian had taken unfair advantage of him when he was tangled in the ropes. THE WESTERN STATES Champion Red Donovan will get another .shot at the Mexican star El' Gran Lotario who defeated him last week in a one-fair event. Lotario wanted Donovan to 'put his title up in a two-out-of-three fall contest but the Canadian refused but offered to meet t h e ! young Mexican jin * one-fall-to-a- 1 finish match. j Jerry Woods of Mesa will go j against Ken Lorimer in another one-fall-to-n-finish contest that will round out an evening of wrestling which will aee four main events. Starting time is 8:30 p.m. Chairs Into St. Nicholas Ring NEW Y O R K -- W -- H o t - h e a d e d fans threw chairs into the ring and created an ugly, Wild scene in St. Nicholas Arena last night a f t e r New York's Emile G r i f f i t h was awarded a splil decision over Argentina's Jorge Fernandez in a bristling, 10-round television f i g h t . The stocky, h a r d - h i t t i n g South American finished strong. When the verdict went against him many of the 1,261 fans let loose with a storm of boos. Some of the more volaiila fans tossed chairs and pther objects from the low hanging balcony i n t o the ring. Other customers splintered chairs against the facade of the balcony. Three p e r s o n s , including ring announcer Johnny Addie, were hit by the flying chairs, but none required medical attention. The booing, screaming, and pound- ing went on for about 15 m i n u t e s . Special police quelled the disorder. Two prelim f i g h t e r s , who were to h a v e fought a f t e r the m a i n event, never did get to f i g h t . Gen. M e l v i n K r u l e w i t c h , c h a i r m a n of the slate a t h l e t i c commission, said early today he would "look i n t o this." He referred both to the r i o t i n g and the decision. Referee Petey Delia and J u d g e J a c k Gordon each had G r i f f i t h the w i n n e r by 5-4-1. J u d g e Joe Agnella had Fernandez in f r o n t , 5-4-1. A ringside poll showed 9 writers for Fernandez-Mo 1 for G r i f f i t h . G r i f f i t h , 147%, had the edge in the f i r s t h a l f b u t t h e h a r d e r - h i t t i n g F e r n a n do?., 147',4. closed w i t h a rush and finished much stronger t h a n his r i v a l . There were no knockdowns although each was on the floor once from pushes. DO YOU REMEMBER? 10 YEARS AGO AUSTIN', Tex., June 4, 1950- Ari/ona sends ace righthander Brad Tolsnn (3-0) up against Tfxas Mar M u r r a y W a l l (*-2) to,ii(iht in tlif opening K*m» frf itr- hrM-of t h e r e ganT"! playoff for thf njh' to (rpfscnt Dist r t r t 6 in thi- 'Vili*ce World Si-rirs. 15 Y K / V R S AGO TUCSON, .lime 4. IW--A f o u r t h · i n n i n g homrr with hasM loaded hv Tony /apeda gave the K m c h t s of roliimbiis a 14-11 ver- d i c t n v r r C o n v a i r rhargTS last msht i n ihr City Softball I,,caj;t!''. Cliff M y rick slashed rut two hrinvr* for thf Chargers. _ 25 Y E A R S AGO SOUTH ORANGE. N . J . . J u n » 4. Itm--·*--William T. TiMrn II, 41-yo.ir-old v e t e r a n of thf courK won the American professional tennis t i t l e today by defeat inn George M. Lntt ,Ir,, QUO-ISO, R-fi. 6-1, 6-2. BOXING Mf.W vnnK (SI. Nlehnlee Ar.nil -- tm,l« G r i f f i t h . 1*7%., New Y n r k , o u t - riftinUrl J f t r o * FirnjinrUr. H7' 4 , Rtifrini A i r « . 10. 0 0 0 0 aK'iawikl 1 0 0 0 Staley, p o o 0 o bT«rgeion 1 0 0 0 Totala M 7 11 7 Totala 15 J 10 2 A-- Popped eut for Moore in 7th; B-Called out on itrikai for Staley In tth. K A N S A S CITY ........... 020013100--7 CHICAOO ................. 110000000-2 e-- Smith. P O - A -- Ksniat City 27-12, Chicago '. 27-7. DP-- Throneberry un- aeeiBted; Hamlln, Lumpe and Throne- harry, Freeie an* Sievart. LOB-- Kvniai City 7, Oiicago 9. *B-- Apariclo, Dalay, Smith. 3B-- Fox. HR-- Brown, Thronaberry. S-- Tuttle. IP H R EH BB SO Dalay (W 7-2) ... 6?i Trpwbrldoe ...... 2Vi Wynn (L 2-4) .... Sfe Moora ............ 11/a Staley . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 PB-- Brown. U-- Napp, Umont, Drum mend, Berry. T-- 2:59. A-- 26,193. 9 2 1 0 7 C 1 1 1 0 Washington State Surprises USC LOS ANGELES--on-Wash ington State snoots for a *pot in the Collegiate World Series today when the Cougars attempt to sweep the District'8 NCAA playoffs. The Cougirs, scoring the winning run in the ninth, opened the best-of-three series yesterday with an 8-7 victory over Southern California. ' A USC win today would force a deciding game immediately following. MEXICAN LEAGUE V.r« Crui 4, Pu«bla 2 P«a Rick 12, Montwiy 1 Maxico City Tigtri 10, Maxlea City nadi 7 EASTERN LEAGUE AHfntfwn 3t Binihamton 2 (10 Inning") Lanoaiter «. Cprlngfltld 1 Wllllamiport 1, Ratdini 2 MAJOR LEAGUE AVERAGES By Aaaodated Preta AMERICAN LEAGUE CLUB BATTING Club · r h Ib Ib hr rbl pet. Chicago 41 1»5 M4 M 11 17 113 .256 New York M 115 13S «1 14 47 177 .25* Cleveland II ,170 U2 4t 4 33 1t2 .255 Boaton 31 149 171 17 27 131 .251 K.n.ai City 42 177 Ml W t M 1SI .244. Baltimore 43 U7 111 H K) » 1M .241 Waih. 40 1H 120 4t 11 34 153 .231 Detroit M 131 MS M 10 U 124 .212 CLUB FltLDINa Club I po a e dp pet Cleveland M 10]7 311 22 3« .985 New York M 1035 444 SO 19 .9»0 Chicago 42 1112 4M 15 47 .97! Kaneae City Baltimore Waihington 40 1017 471 15 31 .871 Boiton M HI 4O2 12 47 .171 Detroit Ji 1067 41* 17 M .971 INDIVIDUAL BATTING Player and Cluk ab h Ki la hr rbl pet 144 M » 1 1 10 .154 NATIONAL LEAGUE C L U B B A T T I N G C l u b a r h 2h 3fa hr rbl pet. P l t t i b u r o h 43 224 422 71 1» M 214 .279 IS 1(1 3Z3 II » 44 152 .270 44 207 40t 79 15 42 197 .263 Mllwiuku Cincinnati San Fran St. LouU Phlladllph Chicago Baiiged Up Cars Back In Runnin Drivers and mechanics today were frantically putting the finishing touches on some 21 cars knocked out of commission in last weekend's heavy schedule w i t h « regular program of full-house racing slated at Tucson Speedway tonight. No less t h a n Ifi cars were put NATIONAL LEAGUE BOX SCORES dibs Nip 1A C H I C A G O t-° s A N C t L F - S i r h rbl Aihhrn.cf 5 1 2 0 Qilliam. *b r h rhl T h a o k e r . c b - A l t m a n l - H e g a n . o Banki,11 B'chee.lh Thomai.lta Avnrlll.r 0 0 0 0 Jh, III S 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 M o o n , r f . I f 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 L»rk«r,1h J 0 0 0 J 0 1 (I «.Hodoel 1 0 0 0 » 1 2 1 McDvltl.p 0 0 0 0 S 1 1 2 Dryidle.p 1 0 0 0 H o w a r d , U, U . A a r o n , Crandtll, · Hook (L, 4 - « ) . . ; Rroinan Will.y ( W , 5 5 1 . 1 M c M a h o n 1 H P B - R y W l l l e y IKiil-oi. I ttlll, nurkh.n, Vargn. Co D r u l o n , IP H 4 « 1 1 «'·; « '··» i Logan. . p, cn nn to 1 1 o i o i 2 « 0 II - O o n a · T-- MJC f* 13 *t IVI .*D.» - . . . 45 201 390 66 19 4« i«2 .261 i out °' action in a hectic program 43 186 3S1 M 13 44 169 .;jsi | a t Phoenix last Saturday n i ^ h t , 1 ? 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 D'MUr.cf N««I.JH 11 0 0 0 N.SIirry.c 0 willi.ii VI 42 1133 454 M 41 .979 43 1110 470 M U .171 15 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS ( W I T H D E G R E E S ) for positions in DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PL ANN HMQ FIELD ENGINEERING * TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS opportunities at WESTERN ELECTRIC MILITARY EN6INEERING SERVICE in Florida, CaMfornia, New Jersey f New Mexico, North Carolina and Colorado .!»»£ for *!***' tncsoit S0J-2S ;t vie* ;0»*. ServU* SBS ^. W' "*(SN*Wi *»»*·· *»» ·«»·*· «r Or ttJtd remme *c Mr. J, L, Si**** En«^r»«*ri«g' Employment Superrisor MILITARY ENGINEERING SERVICE WESTERN ELECTRIC Lexington Road, WJnrtcn-Setkm, North Caroliw*- : ftunnala. Bee. Barra, N.Y. t* 12 1 1 I It .333 Merxet, K.C. »4 M 1 I IS .331 Alllien. Waah. 142 (0 11 5 25 .329 Maria, N.Y. 1M 42 M 12 12 .321 Mlneie, Chi. 1*2 M i t M ,32f Smith, Chi. 1M (1 1 17 .311 Pawer, CleV. 1M 44 1 1 22 .319 Gentile, Bal. M M » « » .311 Pi.r.all, Clev. 11t 17 * * 24 .311 Klunewlkl, .Chi. Gardner, Waah. Woadllng, Bal. Francona, Clav. tkowron, N.Y. Hanaan, Bal. Lumpa, K.C. Lollar, Chi. Carey, N.Y.-K.C. Kubek, N.Y. WerU, Boaton Brandt, Bal. Fox, Chiceo* Caih, Det. Kuenn, Clev. Pilarcik, Bal. Clinton, Boi. Malzana, Boi. I Cerv, K.C.-N.Y. 1 Held, Clev. Chriiley, Dat. Howard, N.Y. Killebrew, Waah. Breading, Bal. Thornton. Boa. Temple, Clev. Romano, Clev. GRAND SLAM HOMERS--.MlnoM, Chi.; Barberet, Det.; Pearion end Klaui, Bal.; Batay and Gardner, Waah; Wertit and Repuleki, Boi.; Power, Clev. and Williama and Throneberry, K.C., one each. PlttHINO M 12 1 »4 H 1 142 (0 11 1M 42 M ·M2 M i 1M S1 1M 44 *4 Id 11» 17 *4 2t 1W Ml 127 If 131 M 155 46 13 144 42 t 172 U 113 12 14 W 17 » 1M 4* 11 M 27 1 131 M g 1M 4( * 02 2S I 130 35 71-1» 71 20 145 3» 127 13 127 13 100 2* 112 2» 93 24 167 43 90 23 114 29 «3 1* 44 177 J7S 38 163 322 Loa Angeli 44 176 345 H 10 CLUB FIELDING 0 po a 44 1197 4«4 2S 44 .985 17 i* 33 155 "2441 involving three spectncuiar pile-; dp pr.l 34 .971 39 .978 39 .976 43 1110 491 44 1207 442 IS 942 371 46 1210 S07 49 35 .974 43 1099 4S* 42 40 .974 M 1044 444 41 ]8 .973 44 1U5 451 47 37 .972 43 .348 29 .3.10 11 .333 2« .333 2 14 .309 2 14 .301 4 19 .291 4 It .291 1 29 .294 4 32 .292 t 1H..M1 2 II .2*1 1 13 .113 1 1S .277 1 21 .271 ( 22 .276 · 21 .274 1 12 .272 2 14 .2(9 1 3 .Ml 1 « .W3 5 27 .2S2 19 .2(0 1 10 24 .2(0 1 4 13 .2*0 3 4 22 .259 0 1 11 .2M 1 2 13 .257 1 4 15 .25* 0 0 9 .254 0 3 14 .254 Club Cincinnati Plttiburoh Uo« AnQelea Milwaukee San FranciiCi St. Louie Chicago Philadelphia INDIVIDUAL BATTINQ Player and Club ab h ib Ib hr rhl pet. Adcock, Mil. 911 15 7 0 » 21 .357 Curry, Phil 106 17 7 1 4 18 .352 Clemente, Pit 181 §3 11 4 t Skinner, Pit 1*5 M 10 t 7 Croat, Pitta 1*9 «3 II 1 0 Mayi, San F 168 M 11 t 7 Larker, LA 78 M 7 0 0 Buroeti, Pit Kt 2 « 0 1 Kaiko, Cin 1 7 2 6ft 1 3 White, S t . L a If* S 3 I t Bruton, M i l 1 4 4 4 1 2 Walten, Phil 111 1 7 0 1 Kirkland, S F 154 49 t Nieman, S L 76 J4 1 Pinion, Cin 194 61 1 C Cirnoll, Pit «* 10 1 Moryn, Chi 77 24 0 Aaron, Mllw 13£ 42 1 pailoy, Cin 132 41 1 1 Walli, Cin M 21 1 Spencer, St L 160 49 1 0 Cuninghm SL 147 45 1 0 Mathewi, Mil 126 18 1 Aihburn, Chi 145 44 1 Davenport, SF 97 29 2 0 Howard, LA 71 21 1 1 Calllion, Phil 94 if 4 1 Smith. Pltti M 26 10 1 Taylor Ch-Ph 165 44 6 3 Roblnion, Cin 161 45 14 2 Del draco Ph 104 29 * 1 Cepeda, SF 160 44 7 2 Martin, Cin 95 26 7 0 ( 1 ups. Then Sunday n i g h t , f i v e more cars were knocked out a I Tucson Speedway. ! With most the drivers expected to be back in action tonight, the Speedway program w i l l include trophy dashes for both the f u l l - hoiiKe and modified slock divisions, four heat races, a ,10-lnp semi-main for the modified stocks and a 40-lap m a i n for the f u l l - housers--a grand total of over 100 laps of racing. TIME TRIALS are set for 7:30 p.m. with the first trophy dash at L, Johnion, r.r i Moryn,If 4 0 h - Z i m m e r . r - D a u i i I f 0 1 0 0 Aipnit*!,** K l n d a l l , 2 h 5 0 2 1 f.*..irt»r. Andnon.p S 1 0 0 rf M r e h « « d . p 0 0 0 0 Pnilr«i.n b, Johnion. a - E l l o i a n p 0 0 0 0 t t a k o w . p Dbwtky.P 0 0 0 0 RoflHKvk.l Ib IB 5 0 5 0 5 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 O j 1 0 ; 0 0 1 1 1 7 1 0 1 0 1 o n o ' 0 0 0 0 o o o o 0. 2 1 1 0 . »T. L O U I S ah r h J a v i * r , ? h 4 0 Cnnhm.rf Whh»,lb O o y a r ,3h K p n n c r f . t i W a a n e«'. I f r loorl,cr Smith.r. nron'i^.p hl 5 I . Wins 7ih J A N F R A N C I ' C O Ji h r h t o i I S k i n n e r . I f 1 1 1 0 C u r r y . I f : Nllin.lh 4 0 1 1 Herrer.lh i CUmnt.rf 4 0 1 2 Anrtnn.lh I Buro««.e . 1 0 1 0 W a l t e r i . r f i Clmoli.cf 0 i Marr«t..2h 4 1 ' L a w . p 4 1 0 t) K o p p , 0 OnrlOb d Cnkfr, c 4 0 0 0 A m l f n n . l b 4 1 1 4 o n 0 M a y i . r f 1 0 1 4 0 1 0 M c C v y . l h J 0 0 4 1 l C C e p e r t a . l f 4 0 7 5 0 0 1 ) K r k l n d . r f 4 0 I 4 0 0 0 hchnildt.r. 4 f t 1 4 1 J n BrBurt.n 1 0 1 1 n (I f, McCrmKp J I) 1 I 0 n n 1 0 0 0 C O C O T o t a l i 14 a- Hit Into in Mh. S T . L O U I S S A N F H A N C I S G O j i. 1 Toi«i« in i 10 i rioiihl* pl'y for Rimntont 010 010 ny--? 10? 000 00- 1 T o t a l i 4! « 15 « T o t a l i sn 1 II 4 a -- Struck out for Podrei in S t h ; h-- Single! f o r A v r r l l l In Mh; c--Slnolad (or Will in Bin; d--Oouhled fnr n o t buck in «th; «-Struck out for L«rk«r in nth: f-- Hom«r*rf for A i p r o m o n l e In j E. W a o n f t , A m a l f i l a n o . fichmirlt ( 7 ) . 9th . 0 slngUri for T h a r k t r In 10lh;; PO A -- St. Lnun 2-1 fl, San T r a n r n c o h -- n a n f o r M o r y n I n 10th; a-run ' nr i 2 7 - 1 1 . DP--Slmmoni. Rptnr.rr e n d A l m a n In 101h. C H I C A G O 000 020 030 1~« LOS A N G E L E S . , 000 000 032 0- S K - K . l n d a l l , Howard. P O - A - C h l e a q e 3 0 1 0 , Loi A n u e l n 3 0 1 5 . D P - N a e l . Will and L a r k u ; Bnuf.h«t. Banki and Bouchit; T h o m a « . K l n d a l l and Bonchat: Klndall, Banki and Boucher B a n k « «nrt Douclna. LOB - C h i c a o o 13, Loi Antieln 7. MR 10 .32*1 .... 20 .320 | "· '·'· jo.319j One of the pileups at Phoenix 4 ' a J last weekend came about when * 19 .sin j an engine literally "hlew up' 2* 314 '· spreading oil and water on the rndrti ?B--Mnir horn. ftR--Averill. »~ y · A nrienon .. Mcirthoad I.B. Johnion . Drabowik y, IW. 1-0) nanhi, Knirt»r. inn, D r a h o w i h y R i n nn s o o i 5 . 3 i 3 | | r a c k going inlo a ( u r n . George Koch of Tucson and three Phoenix drivers hit the wall a f t e r sliding 2 11 » i i 1 11 .306 10 72 .304 0 I .303 H a k o w Monbuck M c D a v i t t Dryidala (L, 4-7) !'·· j [ ' ^ j O n this slick spot. Knrh was the only driver h u r t in the accident, but was released from « Phoenix hospilal late the same night a f t e r a check-up and t r e a t m e n t for culs and bruises. His car was badly : wrecked and may not be ready « - f « c t d 1 ball.ri } hatt.r. in nth; .-r i 1 i o } i o o 1 l h ; W h i t e ; nriiinurt and M r . C o v e x , LOB-St. Louii *., San F r * n c m : o fi 2B M a y i , Boynr, Ifl- B l a i l n o a m « . J a v i e r (2). MR--Aniftlfilnno. H - ~ M c C o r - inick. i IP H H IR BB tO { B r o g l i o (L. 1 2 ) , . . ? » « S 2 1 1 | Slmmoni 1'» 4 0 0 3 1 j Urlrtg.i 2 1 0 0 1 1 i Mr.Cormlrk (W, 7-1) · e » 1 t 3 U - - S f t i M h , f t u o a l , *ngotn, Gorman T, 2:71. A 27.2M1. i Bay JMcurlows (.els D a i l y Double Mark MATKO, C a l i f . -- M -- A The 8th 1,aw P I T T S R L i n O H P H I L A D E L P H I A ·h r h fh! ih r n rh atOb . 1 1 0 0 OflGrc.cf 0 n oat.ii J n J 0 T a y l o r . ? b 0 1 0 0 0 .1 0 1 0 0 1 1 4 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 o o n o a n i r y m n l 1 0 1 0 Bu/narrii.fl 2 n o o h Poit 1 0 0 0 L«PCln.M 0 0 0 0 r j r r r l l . p 0 0 0 0 T M a l i 1? 1 « 5 Tntall 1.1 0 » 9 A-.Sma'«d for Maltrnui In 7th; B -- Mrurl. oul Tnr Ruiharrlt in 7 t h . p i T T s n u n r . H ooj ooo ooo--i P H I L A D E L P H I A 0"0 000 000--J f. -Oil Q r * r o . P - A --Pittsburgh 2711. Philadelphia 77.IS. DP--Groat. M a f i r o » l l and Nplicn; Rujharrtl, M a f - Ktiun and H * r r e t a . M a l k m u l , Tayinr »nrl H p r r f r a . LOP Plltiburgh fl, Phila- d e l p h i a ,'. f - U r n a t . IP Law IW. I II ' Bu/har,ll ( L , 1 4 ) 7 F a r r . l l 7 U - - V I T - 2 : U . M R ER 88 60 1 0 0 1 4 « 3 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 » , Dair.nll. B f r e o r y , C r a w f o r d , ·16.711. SPORTS CALENDAR TONIGHT 7:30-- E x h i b i t i o n rollr-Re hallr Houston vs. Arizona Corbfitt Fii-ld. at Hi SAN U-- J » c k o v v « f c l . l.»nd«*. ni koud««. T-- 3:J7. A -33,573. Amaltano, SF 100 27 G R A N D SLAM H O M E R S Chi; N. Sherry, Rofeboro and Howard, LA; Coker. Phil; Clemente, Pitt and Pinaon and Bailey, Cin., one each. PITCHING Pitcher and 4 10 .291 3 13 .?»4 1 « 12."2'°; for tonight's proRram. 3} .2751 Th e state point standings were \ ju£f;l e d, as well, last week w i l h j Hank Arnold of Tucson now in ; first plafe, followed by Gene ! Brown of Phoenix in second, i The C I N C I N N A T I ab r h rbl M I L W A U K E E ah r h Kaiko,.1h plnion.ef Brll.rf 2 0 0 0 Bruton.cf 3 0 0 0 Sr.hilil,?l 4 0 1 0 4 .274 | 14 .270 I Banki, [ Mlhwi,5h Robnin.lb 4 2 1 1 A a r o n , r f 0 Adcock.1b 1 1 3 C»ngln,IT 0 1 0 S p a n o l r . l f 0 1 0 Manlla.ii Lynch.If Bailey,c Martin,2h McMlln,ii era 0.96 1.10 2.01 T.17 2.25 2.50 Ip h kb eo w-l 19 14 7 « 2-1 41 23 7 22 5-1 M 47 29 41 5-1 M 40 1 30 5-1 13 7 « i 2-1 *9 19 14 I 2-2 24 1» 13 19 2-1 72 S9 H »Z 1-1 43 31 15 11 2-3 '2.51 75 U 25 17 7-2 2.52 «9 4S 10 11 S-4 2.61 31 25 1« 21 1-2 2.61 71 57 30 3* 5-2 2.M 77 64 30 37 3-6 2.69 10 M 14 24 2-1 2.70 44 42 t 19 4-1 2.74 11 23 21 30 2-2 31 22 22 12 2-1 77 6Z 13 3 4-5 40 10 25 17 1.1 45 41 16 17 2-3 47 45 15 21 2-2 19 30 12 20 11 M M 61 S1 17 30 40 15 3« 13 22 «4 SI 13 » 3t 36 7 14 J3 32 23 11 54 40 19 15 4-4 54 S2 25 17 4-4 14 12 * 3 3-0 O N E - H I T G A M E S -- Monbeuquette, oa., and Brown, Bal. A T T E N D A N C I Home Capacity Oataa 19M Detroit 52,904 II 377.59* Chicaoo New York laltimora Cleveland Pitcher and Club Stobba, Waih. Staley, Chi. iarber. Bal. Hall, K.C. ftriggs, Clev. Bauman, Chi. urnalda, Oct. unnino, Det. Ford, N.Y. :. Daley, K.C. Paacual, Waah. K. Johnion. K.C. Parry, Clev. rtamoa, Wain. Afuirra, Det. rown, Bal. Stlfman, Clev. Turley, N.Y. Lary, Det. Grant, Clev. Ditmar, N.Y. Tary, N.Y. Clevenoer, Waih. II, Clav. Eatrada. Bal. Linen, K.C. MOM!. Det. Portocarrera, Bal. Short, N.Y. Monbouquette, Boa. Shaw, Chi. Morgan, Det. Club ip h bb eo w-l era MeCormkk, »f M «7 18 3« O'Dell, *F M S3 19 45 Friend, Pitta * I* . 12 M Jonei, »in Fran 7« M 2t SO Podrei, Lee Ah 71 73 32 SO Elliworth, Chi U 24 Law. Pltti. ·» » Sanford, San Fr 73 54 , 55 i Farrell, Phil JS 27 1^ williami, LA 48 33 Harry Bechlel of Chandler has stormed up from eighth place to h.'oVnb'a'i'a i ° " ° wcMa'hn.p o o o o ·" r ";" t TM n ' 4 1 '4 4 4 1 1 0 0 0 Logan,ii 0 0 0 Crandll.o 0 0 0 0 Will«y,p 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 4 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 TOMORROW 1:JO p.m.--Trap and skeel shooting al Turson Trap fo Skeet Club, tl,2fiS d;iily doviblc, «. record for £ 22nd Slreet the California Horse R a c i n g 7 : ofl p.m.--Inhibition baseball. Assn.'s mixed harness «nd q u a r - 1 Caribbean K i n g s vs. Tucson All- Icr horse m e e t i n g it Bay Meadows, was recorded yesterday. The combination of Hopcican in the f i r s t race and B a r b a r a ' s Fox in t h e second also set a record for single race p a y m e n t s a t t h e m e e t i n g , llnpr-ican, a Irotle.r, paid $236.20, $59.80 and $27.60. Barbara's Fox is a pacer. Stars at Hi Corbel t Field. A M E R I C A N A S S O C I A T I O N C h f t r l f f l l o n 6. D f n v r r 4 M i n n r a p o l i i 3 . I n d i a n a p o l n I St. Paul 6, LnmivilU 1 D a l l a i - F o r t Worlh '. Houilnn 4 Kana. City Waahnotan Botten Totala 44.5M 67,000 47,77* 73,811 JO.H1 21,669 14,11* 15 371,412 11 311,562 21 303,fM 18 238,100 23 225,7*7 21 193,147 14 155.557 2.190,0*9 2.90 2.90 i 2.92 j 2.93 I 3.00 i 3.06 1.10 ! 3.11 [ 3.1» J 3.34 ; 3.52 j 3.7S ' 3.12 ; S.U j 3.»3 ! 3.M ! 195* 21»,443 15»,224 Jackion, St. Lou M K8 Sroglio, St. Lou 42 29 Antonelli. SF 42 M Face. Pitta 33 27 Eljton, Chicago M 31 Broinan, Cin «0 37 McOanial. St. Lo M 29 Graan, Pltti 22 1» Roebuck, LA 22 24 1 Buzhardt, Phil 4« 42 22 Purkay, Cin 57 57 17 Dryadala, LA K 71 27 Gibbon, Pltti 23 24 11 Ouliba, St. LOU 23 29 11 Owana, Phil M 45 29 Willay, Milwau S2 51 23 Buhl. Milwaukee U 52 Plzarro, Mllwau 27 24 IS 10 37 11 27 IS 26 4« 25 37 17 16 11 Z-5 8.2 2.10 2.31 2.42 2.45 2M 2.71 2.76 3-0 2.S1 *-S 2.S3 2-2 3.00 a-2 3.co 11 4-3 3.00 1.52' third within the past month. : O i t e a n . p c- J o n e a 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 C (-4 4 - 4 17 2-2 M 1-1 4« 5-1 30 2-1 21 2fl 15 22 10 2« 12 17 13 12 X 18 11 9 31 43 3-3 3.08 3-0 3.15 2-2 3.25 3-1 1.27 3.27 3.33 3.47 3.50 2-1 1-4 3-2 4-7 3-2 3.52 1-2 3.a2 2-S 3-3 3.M I 3.13 1 3.U j 3.67 i 3.71 I 1-2 5-3 5-1 0-4 2-1 3-1 2-3 30 39 4-2 1» J5 3-1 Bridgei, St. Leu 17 It 10 13 2-2 NO-HIT G A M E -- C a r O w e l l . Chicago, j One-hit e.amca~rKoufax, Loe Anoelea and Jonai, San Franciico. | ATTENDANCE Club capac hm dat 1960 1«9 ; Loe AnB 94,600 23 MS.ISS M4.087 San Fran 42,500 24 6SS.373 391.606 t Pittlburg 35,000 23 480,642 418,739 Milwauke 43,827 16 279,212 244,933 Philadel 33.389 » 276,671 259,944 ; St. Louie »,500 * 237.274 200,159 : Chicago »,755 1« U6.314 133,334 Cinclnnjti 30,274 1» 176,728 191,688 Total. I.S73,«07 2,455,389 311,153 2*6,904 149,454 Wall, Casper Enter Sammy While May Return To Baseball BOSTON -- UPI -- Sammy White, former Boston Red Snx catcher, is like a lot o» other athletes who retire. He admitted today he might return to baseball if his bowling business runs smoothly. He said if things were "going smoothly" with the building of his bowling alley in Brighton, Mass., before next season, he would try a comeback. "I'd be fibbing if I said T didn't want to play baseball again." White said. "I don't care if it's with Boston, Cleveland or elsewhere." t White stirred up some sports page excitement ..this spring when he quit baseball after the Red Sox traded him to the Cleveland Indians. T o t s l i SS 4 7 4 Tolali »4 « 10 S i A - F a n n e d for Hook in ith; B - - j T a n n e d for Broman in »lh: C - F i l e d j out for Oatean in 9th. ; C I N C I N N A T I . . 010 0% 005--41 M I L W A U K E E 011 100 OOx--6 E --Lynch. Mantilla. P O - A -- C i n c i n n a t i ! 24-0, Milwaukee 27-1. D P -- M a l h r w i , 1 ehoendienat and A d c o c k . L O B -- C t n - clnnatl 5, M i l w a u k e e 6. 7 B -- L y n c h . HP. -- Robinaon, B a i l e y , ' 10 DOWN MONTH i FLINT, Mich.--UPI--Art Wall 160,'9B8 i Jr., »nd Billy Casper, winners of 1.941,373 I HUDGIN AERO TECH Speciol Instrument Indoctrination C o u r f t begint Jun* 6th. Ten hours includes dual flight and ground school. MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - Enroll Anytime Phone MA 4-2579 THE LOCATION A I.ONE WFLL INCRF.ASE YOUR INVESTMENT MANY FOLD. Rl. 70-80 N.M. 5 ACRES$ 500 FOR ADDITIONAL PROOF OF VALUE- WRITE OR PHONE AKELA RANCHOS 201 Pima Building MA 2-.1236 149 N. Stone MA 4-8272 i oimim *., tvu,u«ir t,y^i,3/* i . --. /* M + Major Laa.ua Tatala 5.16S,M« 4,39«,7.2 \ the first tWO Flint Open golf tOur- naments, today entered this year's renewal scheduled at the Warwick Hills Golf and Country Club, -luly 1-4. .SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Mobil* 2, Atlanta 1 (12 inninm) Birmingham 7, Chattanoooa t Naahvllla 4, Little Rock 0 Memphis K, Shraveport 3 TONIGHT ftlMNTtO 1Y TACRA 35,000 Buildings Must Be Right The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Got The Facts: When 35,000 buildings meet the rigid requirements of the Army Engineers, you know they got the "facts before adopting their Standard Task Force Building. In World War II and the Korean War, these buildings became the world's most ruggedly tested, Now, for th* first Hmg) Childers Manufacturing Company is producing these revolutionary steel buildings for indisstrial and commercial use in 20' and 10' widths, any length.* "tiCTrnw by Atlamk Induitrie». Savannah, A*. km to 0* Cmpta Disptiy Of CMders Stal LEE INDUSTRIES 374$ t. Grant «4 fA 7-4651 TtfC*««, AflTeVW* 3410 Wtftwffrtf Blvd. Af t-5511

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