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Page C-2 -- INDEPENDENT »··*, e«n»., MM., ttft. 3, Lawrence Stops Braves, 6-0 Birds Nip Bosox in 9th, 2-1 BALTIMORE OJ.E)--George Kell's two-out single in the ninth inning scored Tito Francona Kaline's Homer Aids Reds Win Running's 3-Hjt Win 3rd in 19 Attempts from second base to- give the! Vic Wetrz's sixth inning home Baltimore Orioles a 2-1 victory run, his 22nd of the season, over the Boston Red Sox Sun-jspoiled the 26-year-old Tiger day. Kell also got a pitch hit single to lead off the sixth inning and scored the tying run on a double by Billy Gardner after, pitcher Ray Moore sacrificed. Moore, who bested Mike Fornieles in a pitching duel to even his record at 10 wins and 10 losses, al- hits, two less than CLEVELAND (AP)--Al KaHne's two-run homer in the seventh inning and Dave Philley's three-run homer in the eighth provided the Detroit Tigers their margin in a 6-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians Sunday. Jim Bunning held the Tribe to three hits in posting his 16th triumph against seven losses. lowed six Fornieles. Boston Baltimore righthander's bid for a shutout. Singles by Chico Carrasquel and Jim 1 Hegan were Cleveland's only other hits. By winning the rubber game of the three-game series Detroit increased its lead over Cleveland in the battle for fourth place to 2% games. And . Baltimore moved into fifth place a half game in front of the Tribe by A B H O ; -_ -x A B H O A beating Boston, 2-1. Flerian.et - 4 2 4 0 Grdnr,2b-ss 4 1 2 1 ' Klaus,BS - 1 0 3 3 Boyd.lb 4 2 8 0 S ephns.lf 3 1 1 0 Oomn,3b-2b 4 0 2 0 Malzone,3b + 1 2 2 Nleman.if 4 0 1 c Jensen,rf 4 1 1 0 Frncr.a.rf 4 1 3 0 Gernert.lb 4 111 1 Busby.ct 4 0 4 0 Consolo,2b 3 0 2 3 Glnsbrg.e 3 1 6 0 -- . ,, _ _ ,, . . . . 3 0 1 5 " 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 Miranda.__ b Williams 1 0 0 0 a-Kell.3b "White.c 0.0 0 0 Moore.p Fornieles.p 4 0 0 1 ! 1 0 2 BOSOX FLYHAWK BACK SAFELY Boston Red Sox outfielder Jim Piersall clutches bag with one hand as he dives safely back into first on attempted pickoff by Baltimore pitcher Ray Moore in third inning Sunday. Oriole first baseman Bob Boyd makes sweeping tag too late.--(AP Wire- photo.) Totals 33 8x26 10 Totals. 33 8 37 . X--Two out when w i n n i n g run scored. a--singled for Mlrar.da In 6th. b--Struck out for Daley In 3th. Boston _ (100 100 000-- 1 Baltimore ,, 000 001 001-- 2 E--Miranda. Klaus. RBI--Malzone, Gardner. Kell. 2B--Gernert. Gardner. HR -- Malzone. SB -- Piersal!. Sac. -Moore. DP -- Moore - Miranda - Boyd; Gernert-Klaua-Gernert. LOB--Boston B, Baltimore 1. BB--Fornieles 1. Moore 4. _ _ --Fornieles Fornieles 2-2. 2. Moore 6. R4ER-- I10-30I. LP--Fornleles (3-13). U--Chylak. Summers, Honochlck, Flaherty. T-2:15. Att.--12.004. White Sox Blank A's, Still 5 l /2 Back KANSAS CITY, Mo. OI.E) -- Rookie Bill Fischer pitched and batted Chicago to a 5-0 shutout over the Kansas City Athletics Sunday to keep the White Sox five and a half games behind first-place New York. The 26-year-old righthander | yielded but six hits in registering his sixth victory against seven losses. Fischer drove in two runs with a bases-loaded single in the fourth when the American League challengers scored three times. Jack Urban pitched eight frames for the Athletics before being lifted for a pinchhitter and had given up all five White Sox runs. Chicago picked up solo runs In the f i f t h and eighth frames with doubles by Luis Aparicio and Jim Rivera pacing the rallies. Chicago Kansas City AB II O A AS II n A Aparicio.ss 5 1 2 2 Power.lb 4 2 11 1 Fox.2b 3 0 3 4 DeMstrl.ss 4 0 2 3 Torseaon.lb 3 0 1 0 0 Trucks.p 0 0 0 0 Doby.cf 4 1 2 0 Zernlal.tr 4 0 1 0 Minoso.lf 3 1 4 0 Skizas.rf-3b - 1 1 2 0 JUvera.rf 4 1 1 0 Lopez.3b-2b 4 2 1 2 Lollar.c 3 0 4 1 Jle'.d.cf 4 1 1 1 Hatfield.Sb 3 0 1 4 Thompsn.c 3 0 S 0 Esposito.Sb 1 0 0 1 Hunter.2b-ss 2 0 0 3 Flecber.p -4 2 0 1 Urban.p 2 0 1 3 a-Cerv,rf 1 0 0 0 . _ Totals 3 3 6 2 7 1 3 Totals a-Popped Tor Urban ;r. Sth. ·a Aparic'.o. S [cio-Torcrson: jrsfso Torseson. LOB--Ch'.t SB--Urban 5. Flscl . 000 310 010--S 000 OUU OUO--u pez. Thompson.- RBI Lollar. Fischer 2. H a t f i e l d - Fox' 5. Kansas City 1. SO -- Urban 6. Trucks 1. Fischer 4. KO--Urban 6-S. Trucks 0-1. RKP.--Urban 5-4. HBP--Urban ( j n n o s o t . \VP--Fischer (67 i . LP--Urban i l - 3 j . U--Berry. Tabac- ehl. McKin:ey, Scar. T--2:16. Att.--11,- Cards Top Cubs in 10 CHICAGO (L'.E) _ W a l l y Moon's 10th inning single scored Don Blasingame with the winning run Sunday to give the St Louis Cardinals a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs. The win gave St. I/uis a sweep, of its three-game series and pulled the Cards into seconi place, % game ahead of the Brooklyn Dodgers. The Cardinals, who have yet to get more than seven safeties in their past five games, scorec their first two runs in the fourth inning on a single and a pair of walks. The 10th inning run came solely on singles by Blasingame and Moon. Boyer.cf AB H O A Chicago 5 1 4 0 Adams.Sb ' 0 0 ti 0 Speake.cf Twinks Win, Gain Split HOLLYWOOD (U.D -- Hugh ^^ ^ Pepper pitched an tight-hit shut- ^"E C --*\ioncaii'.' out Sunday as the Hollywi " *"~ Stars bounced back from a defeat in the opening game defeat the Sacramento Solons, BIasngm,2b 3 1 3 2 Ti ..... C u n p h m . l b 3 1 6 1 Moryn.rC itoon,rf,]f 4 1 2 0 Lonc.lb Ennls.lf 3 0 2 0 f-Walls b-Noren.rf 2 0 2 0 Bar.ks.ss Dark,SB 4 0 1 2 Neeman.c L a n d r l t h . c 3 1 S 1 Morgan, 2b d-Schofleld 0 0 0 0 a-wlll K.Smith.c 0 0 0 0 Klndall.2b Kasko,3b 3 1 2 1 c-Bolger Jones.p ,T o 0 0 Lif.rell.2b M u f f e t . p n 0 0 I Drott.p e-Cooper 1 0 0 0 Lown.p , ,, u . L.M'Danl.p 0 0 0 2 LlltleflBld.p 0 0 0 0 Mlzeii.p n o o o MerrUL.p 0 0 0 D AB H O A :: o 3 i 5 1 6 0 4 1 1 0 4 0 2 3 ·t i ; _ 1 1 0 0 4 1 2 1 fl 3 8 0 2 o : : o o n o o o o o 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 n i o 2 1 0 0 0 Totals 31 6 30 10 Totals 3*i 9 30 fl a--Walked for Morcan in 7th. b-- Popped ou: for Snnls in Sth. c--Struck oui for K i n d f l H in 8 t h . d--Kan for L a n d r i l h In 9th. e--Struck, out for Mcf- fet fn 9th. 1--Singled for Lone In 10th. St. lxul» 000 200 000 1--? rai-ii ?,? 8-0, in the nigh.tcap of a Pacific Coast League doubleheader at Gilmore Field. ·FIRST G A M K Facramrnlo Hollywood Agosta.2b 5 1 3 2 Jacobs.2b 4 1 RjRhetti.ss 4 1 1 - 1 BarLrme.lb -4 1 S 0 \Vestlak.lb 3 1 9 1 Baumer.3b 3 1 1 3 Grnprss.rf 4 0 1 0 Smilh.Sb 1 0 0 1 BrlchLlf 3 1 3 0 Pcuit.rf - 4 1 4 0 Heist.lf 4 2 3 0 Bcrnler.cf 4 2 1 0 OlF«n.3b 4 2 2 4 Rodrt^uz.ss 4 1 1 2 Neal. c 4 2 5 1 Hall.c 2 1 6 0 Etanka.p 4 0 0 1 Duhcm.lf 4 0 4 0 Raj'don.p 2 0 0 0 Garber.p 0 0 0 1 n-Vico 1 0 0 0 Rowe.p 0 0 0 0 t O j l l . BE--Drott 6.'Jcnea 4, L. M c D a n i '1. SO--Drott 5. Lown 2, Llttlefleld Jones 8. M u f f e t 1. KO--Drott 4-6\ 1-1, Ltttlefleld 1-%. Jones Totals 35 10 27 13 . ' a--struck, out for u Sacramento Hollywood E--A^osta. RBI--» .. 000 013 000--t . Hit) 000 000--1 il. Bright. Heist, Olsen-Agosta-Westlake. ' N c a l - West lake- 0!?en-Xeal. Olsen. Rtchef.i - IVtstlake. JX)B -- Sacrnmento 6, Hollywood 7. BB -P t a n k a 2. Raydon. SO-- Slankn fl. Ray. cloa ."-. Rowc. HO -- P.nyrton S ' .. . C-2. R ER-- St · - . 1-1. Raydon - 4 . _ -- Stanka. (10-10). LP -- Raydon (9-9). T--2:2,1. SECOND O A M E fitUTunentn .Hollywood AB If O A AB TI 0 A A cost a.2b 4 3 3 3 Jacobs.2b 3 1 1 2 !Ri£hetti.S5 4 1 1 5 ^ a r t i r m e . l b n n ]0 n P^entlake.lb 3 2 S 0 Eaum«r.3b 3 .1 0 1 Grnprsa.rf ^ 1 3 0 P e U i t . r t 2 2 2 (1 BriKht.'.r 3 0 0 1 Bernier.cf 4 ^ 2 0 Heist.cf . 1 0 2 0 RodriRuez.ss 4 1 3 ,·» oiaen.Sb 2 1 0 1 Haii.c n n 2 n Eirracan.c n o l n Di:hcm.!f 2 n Bilko's 52nd Paces Angels SEATTLE f/P)_ Steve Bilko drove in three runs as the Los Angeles Angels dumped the Seattle Rainiers 6-3 in a Pacifjc Coast League clash here Sunday. Two of ' Bilko's RBI's came when he clouted his 52nd home run of the season with a mate aboard in the sixth inning. Bilko drove in Roy Hartsfield'with a single in the ninth. Los Angelas '· Seattle _ AB If O A AB It O A SlnfelUf 4 0 l n Federoff,2b .T 0 2 2 Wade.ct 4 1 4 0 BasInsW.Sb 4 2 1 2 2 0 0 3 o n n n Peppsr.p Co*n.p 1 0 n i a-Heron 1 0 0 0 Green*.p n n n n b-Brid*es 1 0 0 0 Totsl 25 s IS 11 ToU! 26 11 21 11 ji-nrounden out for Coen In 5th. b-Grounded out f o r Green« in 7th Sacramento OOfl 000 0--0 Hollywood 330 101 x--8 RBI--Banner. Bernler 3. Rodriguez, Pcttlt 2. 2B--Agoata. Bartlrome. Ber- nler. SA.C--Pepper. DP--Rlgl Jake. Jacobs-KoddfTiez-Bartirome.- uou ---Sacramento. 10, Hollywood 7. BB -- -- , . -- TVatklns 2. Coen 2, Greene. Pepper 2. 6O -- Pepper 2. HO -- Watklna 4-H. COCD ^-3%. Greene 2-2. RER -- Watkfns 3-3. Coen 4-4, Green 1-1. HBP-- Olsen (by Pepper), Baumer^ (by Coen). Pe Pepper Yunase, Att.-- 2, (4-7), LP--Walking 6 - f . IT-Sorenson and Aahford. T--1:52. 10 Handicap Stars Go i at Washington Park CHICAGO CU.E)--At least 10 of the nation's ranking handicap stars were expected to enter Washington Park's closing highlight, the 5100,000-added Washington Park Handicap today. The race, a mile on the dirt. has a gross value of 5118,400, of which the winner was slated to pick up $81,800. Two of the tarJy t a v o r it e s. 'faced three men in 7 l h . M u f f e t 4-1=?, L. McD«.nfeI 0-J. Mlzell 1-% - M c r r i t t 0-H. RER--Drott 2-2. Lown 1-1. M u f - f f t 2-2. Wild pitch--L. McDaniel 2. WP--L. McDanlel (12-8). LP--Lown (3-6), U--Landes. Baker. Dascoll, Se- cory. T--3:12. Att.--17,438. i 2 1 0 2 1 n 2 n ^ 2 o 1. n! 4 o .1 n; n n n rr i o o o! Tartsrid.Sb 5 3 fl 2 Dclla.rf Bilko.Ib S 2 7 2 Dj-ck.lf 3Iamr!c.rf ft 2 3 0 Sevan,Ih Battey.c ^ 1 1 0 Bftlcena.cf Tappe.c 0 0 2 0 Sills.m Andersn.2b 4 3 7 2 Aylwjird.o bammrs.as 4 0 1 3 c-Ortel^.c B i r r e r . p ' 2 1 1 1 Frlcano.p a - J c n h l n s 1 1 fl n Janncn.p b-DoIan n 0 n 0 rl-Lohrke M!cker,s,i 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 14 27 10 Totals 33 10 27 H a--Singled for Birrer in 9th. b--Ban for J e n k i n s in 9th. » c--Grounded into DP for Aylward ;n 5th. d--Grounded out for Federoff in 9th. LOB .AjiirelM 000 002 001--G beattlr 000 110 010 t f-vtm,. RBI--wfiir i, Dj.Sk, Biiko 3. Hartsfleld 2. 2B--HartKOld. 3B-- Hamrtc. HR--BISHo. SB--Dells Sa?-- Bnslnekl, Suffell, Wills 2, Birrer DP-- Frlcano - Beva.il. Hartstleld - And«r«on- ^Ilko. Balcena-Wlll. LOB--Lou AnceleB Seattle 9. BB--glrrer 2. Mlckena 0, ,i.ir..°. «' JJi"'" 1 -°' - SO--Birrer 3, Postpone Legion Tilt HASTINGS, Neb. (U.RI--Rain forced fourth postponement game in the ot the regional American Legion Junior baseball tournament between Portland, Ore., and Phoenix, Ariz., after the clubs were tied, 3-3, after nine inftlngs. 90 PER CENT S.F. Shiit Ups Travel ST. LOUIS MR--The transfer of the New York Giants to San Francisco will boost travel mileage ot National League clubs about 80 percent, the Sporting News said Sunday in a story by Harry Simmons, schedule-maker for both major leagues. In another story the baseball weekly quoted a travel affent as estimating the transfer will increaw the league's travel costs .$300,000. This was based on a figure of S3.50 per team-mile. Fanfare VOU CCN'T SEE WORKIN TOPAY.' Nelson Garners B' Net Title in L.B. Tourney Vivian Stark upset defending ihampicn Jean Lohmuller 6-2, i-6 to win the B women's singles ihampionship of the Long Beach C l o s e d Tennis Championship Sunday. Jim Nelson won the B men's itle by defeating Long Beach Hate College star Dave Bonish -4, 6-4. Bob Martin nabbed the C title with a 6-2, 6-1 victory iver Steve Williams. B DIVISION". .Men;» SUiiles--Nelson deT. BenlBh 6-4, -4. Wom?n l « Slnirles--Stark d«F. T^ihl WHHKI?« Slnnle»--Stark def. Loh- mller 6-2. 8-6. Men'n Doiiblra--Sur,- t-rom-Logan def, Benish-Harvey 6-1, ' ' -Bray-Pederaon def. -- 6-4, 6-1; Maxey- -1. MJxrd Jattbews-Ma xhmul!er -6. C DIVISION Mer/» Slnrle*--Martin de:. Williams -2, 6-1. Women'* SinKlen--Strom-wall ef. Cody 6-2, 6-0. Mfn'a JoSble4- :lp-Vaiuuch def. IVataon-Mehta 0-1 .. Mlied Doiiblcn -- Knadaon-Carrol ef. Cody-Battleraon 6-4, 4-8. 6-2- Johh- def. , -. - Wllliarr.s-Morrltdn nivi.smx 3-6, Stark-Turpln ;:-.,w 9 " 0 - "'"d t a t i b e w j 3-6. S-6, lef. S t a r k - T u r p l n ' 6 - 4 , ' e"4 MATCHKS TOD Stromwall-Schivnrt Straub det. B r n y 6-4. Lnhmuller-Plerbe -:: -^--J--HendrlckVstVaub vs. Tx)h- .uller-Plerce: Johnson-Martin vs. Knud- .n"? 1 ! r " »·""·-'Nenon-Maxey 4. El Caballero Team Wins Virginia Golf TOrr TPTT3'V ITTTTT^rrkT * More Delay on Score CLEVELAND (^--Southpaw ·lerb Score and rookie right- hander Stan Pitula were taken off the Cleveland Indians' dis- - - - - - abled list Sunday and put on Club, Tarzana, won the ninth annual Virginia Country | the active roster, but the ball Club Golf Invitational Sunday with a 36-hole best-ball.dub doesn't plan to use Score By JERRY WYNN Ralph Rice and Lefe Steiner of EL Caballero Country Detroit Knenn.as P!i!Uey.lb Tuttle.cf Kaline, rt Maxwcll.lt Porter.c Cleveland AB H O A 4 1 4 8 Rafnc3.3b 4 0 3 3 4 1 9 0 AVlla.2b 3 0 1 "2. 4 1 4 OWoodllns.lf 4 0 2 0 4 2 3.0 Wertz.lb - 4 1 9 0 4 0 0 0 Colavlio.rf 4 - 0 2 0 3 2 4 1 BmUh.cf 2 0 1 0 BollinK,2b 3 1 1 2 rarrnsqul.ss 4 1 1 4 Bertofa,3b I 0 ; 0 Hesan.o 2 1 5 0 1 (1 0 1 s-Naragon,c 1 0 ' 3 0 1 0 0 0 Narleskl,p b-Caffle romanek.p Crowley Gains Insurance Open Lead WETHERSF1ELD (UP)-- Surprise package Bob Crowley of Weston, Mass., clipped four strokes off par with brilliant putting Sunday to retain the lead by two -strokes at the end of the third round .of the Insurance City nament. Open Golf Tour- Totals 34 8 27 12 Totals 31 3 27 9 Detroit :. D I D 080 230--If "leveland 01)0 001 MM)--1 E--Bolllnr. Bertoia. Carrasquel. RET-- BolllnR. Kal p. I .line 2. . R. a n e . . p ,, . . . . . . .. _,,-- Bolllnp. HR -- \Vertz. Kaline. Phllley. DP Carrasque ,ey 3. We . . . -- Raines - Wertz; Bolllng-Kuen - - Carrasquel-Avlala-Wertz. LOB -- Detroit 3. Cleveland 6. BB -- Bunnin? 2. Toma' kl 3, Toma -- - . , rnanek 2-2. RAER -- B u n n l n s 1-1. Narleskl 3-3, Toma nek 3-2. HBP-- Bunning (Smith). WP-B u n n l n e (16-7). LP -- Narleskl (9-5). U-Paparella. Hurley, Runge. Umont. T -- f.li. Att -- 5,462. Crowley chalked up five birdies and only one bogey for a 67 on Sunday's round and a total of 1 0 0 0 200, two swings better than 0 0 0 "jname pros Gardner Dickinson.of Panama City,, Fla., and Arnold Palmer of Latrobe, Pa. Doug Ford of Mahopac, N. Y., fired a six-under-par 65--low score of the day--to charge from 15th place to fourth with a total of 203. Tied at 205 were Tom Nieporte of Cincinnati who had- a 68 Sunday and Art Wall of Pocono Manor,'' Pa., who posted a 71. Leaders: i-67-67--200 :rtz. 2B-- .. _ hllley. n-Ph!l . !l!ey; of 126. Although registering just an average four-under par 67 second round, their sensational 59 of Saturday gave them enough leeway to come in with a one- stroke margin over Boyd O'Donnell and Eddie Chandler, Apple Valley. Sharing third place at 12S were B o n e s Hamilton-Jejry Priddy, Lakeside, and Tom Murphy-Earl Lundhigh, Virginia. At 129 came Dr. Payne Palmer- Bill Smith, Phoenix and Julie Bescos-Denny Evans, Virginia. The prize list extended through 132: * * * * HAMILTON-PRIDDV t i e d Bescos-Evans for Jow gross at 141. Evans, a seven handicapper, had Sunday's low Individual round, an even par 71 with natural birdies on the fifth and 16th holes. The low net Sunday--as Virginia proved a mean target-was a 63, one of the highest single day scores in tourney history. Tt was made by the teams of Hamilton-Priddy and W. Garvai-Bill Desmond, Palos Verdes. AN INDIVIDUAL highlight was an eagle-two by O'Donnell on the ninth hole. He holed a HOST CLUB STANDOUTS 60-yard wedge shot. It was the first appearance as a team in the tournament for Rice, an eight handicapper, and Steirier, a 12, and their first ;ictory of any sort. Results: 12fl--Rlce-Stelner, El Caballero, fiB-R", 127--O'Donnell-Cf.arjdler, Apple Vai | until late this month if at all. . . 128--Lundliich-Murpny. Virginia. 63 Hamilton-Priddy, Lakeside, 65-83. 139--Bescoa-Evans.' Vlr'ginla,' "63-64 Palmer-Smith, Phoenix. 62-67. . 130--Echols-Walker, Santa Ana, 83-87, TS1-- A. DavU-CroOker, Virginia. 6*67; Craig-Yeager, Virginia, 65-68; Solo- mon-aiarx. Tamarisk, 64-67. 132--McNamara-Connolly, Virginia, 6715; Ehlers-Perkins, Oakmont, 68-^4. 133--Smith-Beck. Virginia. 64-69; Gar. val-Desmond. Palos Verdes, 70-63: Kinr. Grout. San Gabrel, 6S-65. 134--Froude-J. Gates. Virtrlnia. S5-69; Vestermark-West, Virginia. 67-67; Pear- ^n-Heekelman. Vlrgrnia, 65-69: See- Jld-Hadsell, Fox Hills, f Overlock, Virginia. 67-«7: Buck. Virginia. 66-68 . . - 135--And"er«on-Jerorrie. Santa Ana. 70- b ' King-List. Hacienda. 68-67: Rey- s-Qulrk, Riviera, 71-64; Bouchier-L, H. Smith. Virginia. 67-6S; Welc.l-Hess, Virginia, 6S-6I: lletzeer-Hutson. Thund- »lrd, 64-71, Yates-flall, Hacienda, 66- ,.i3e--Beauchamp-Petty, Oakmont. _. 38;. Cllk-Crystal. Hacienda, 69-70- Hall- leriocker Wllshirc, 63-68: Halverson Vogt, PRIOS Verdea, 70-66; McAlIi.-ter Hageman, 3an Gabriel, 65-71; Wall Vorthrup, Virginia. 65-71. FIRST CAME Portland Three Repeat Regatta Wins Three first round winners repeated Ocean victories in the Alaraitos Bay Yacht Club's hoi- day regatta Sunday as 110 boats competed. Bud Horton's skimmer sloop Try Won repeated its Press Telegram Trophey victory while ther winners were Commodore lid Exley's Nike in the Dragon class and Harry Woods' Woodwind in the Phistle class. Robert N. (Bob) Allan's loop Holiday won the Wrigley Trophy Sunday'in a 12 mile race ff Catalina during the Los An- Labor Day -- her hour vinds, Holiday covered the dis- ancc in 3 hrs. 14 min. and 40 ec. Holiday was one minute and 0 seconds ahead of Peggy Slater's Valentine in a nine boat ield. First leg lead in the coveted ^ordlinger Trophy race, on boat or boat basis, went to Gordon Curtis' 60 foot vawl " wor. both ends of a Pacific Coast League doubleheader here Sunday, downing Portland 11-2 and 5-1. The double victory kept the bounties only 3% games^behind :irst-place San Francisco in league standings. Vancouver AB H O A ,,,, .. ,, ,, Peterson,ss 5 1 1 3 Drake.ct 5 3 5 0 Dlcrir.g.ct 4 0 5 0 Wlse.2b 4 1 4 2 Vtarshll.lb 5 1 11 1 Marquez,lf 4 0 3 0 jorgnsn,3b 2 1 2 2 Borkwski.rt 4 3 2 0 Frazier,li 4 3 1 0 Bo^»en.lb 4 1 5 1 Hale,If ^ . 0 0 0 0 Wincnlak.sa 3 0 1 2 Frrtnd,2b S 2 2 3 DeJIars.Sb 4 1 2 D .Mottoza.rr 5 2 1 0 Bottler,c 4 0 4 1 White,c 4 2 3 1 Fiedler, p 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 J.'ftrlowe.p 0 0 0 1 D.Martin.p a-Rapp Shore,p b-Carswell . Trout, p :eles Yacht Club's quadron cruise. Behind 15 mile Denny Evans (left) and Julie Bescos of the host club hold merchandise fertificate won in Virginia CC Golf Invitational Sunday. The team tied for Jow gross with a 141 total and" was among low net leaders at 129.--(Staff Photo by Bob Shumway). Mounties Top Bevos Twice PORTLAND ) -- Vancouver Seals Win 2 From Padres SAN FRANCISCO WP)--The Pacific Coast League leading Seals snapped back from two San Francisco Seals snapped back from two straight losses to San Diego Sunday to sweep both .ends of a doubleheader from the Padres 8-2 and 3-2. I'IBST OAilE San Diero San Francisco AB H O A AB H O A Harrell.aa 4 0 0 4 KeGUgh.cf 4 1 4 0 Robinson.cf 4 1 2 0 Pearson.rf 4 1 1 0 Regaladc,:r 3 1 2 0 Vsprmnte,2b 3 2 2 3 A v e r l l l . r f Dipietro.lb Jones.c Moran.2b Hardin.3b 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Browdaki.p 2 1 1 1 Sprlng.p Nichols,p ' " " - T,^,,,, TotaU 38 33 27 11 Totals 36 10 27 6 a.-Slngled for Martin In 7th. b-Grounded out for Shore In 9th. Vancouver 040 000 610--11 rtland , 100 100 000--..^ E--Marquez, Bowen. RBI--Wise. Frazier 2. Friend. Do Mara, Marshall. Jor- nenaon. Moitoaa 3, White. 2E--Drake, DeMars. 3B--Jorgenaon.""HR ·-- Aloltoza. Sac.--Dierinj;. sac. ily--Jorpenaon. SB --Frazler. Marshall. DP--Friend-Marshall. Wlncenlak-WI»e-Bow«:i. LOB-Vancouver 8. Portland 8. BB--Troir. 1, Warlovve 4, Shore 2. SO--Held 3. Fiedler 1. Marlowe 2, Shore 1. HO--Held 9-8S. Trout l-2'.i, Fiedler 3-1 p;us. Marlowe 8-5',:i, D. Martin 1-1^,, Shore 1-2, R£ER--He:d 2-2, Trout 0-0. Fiedler 3-3, Marlowe 7-6, D. Martin 0-0. Shore 1-1. WP--Held (9-6). LP--Fiedler (3-13). '--2:13. SECOND GAME fancouvr AB H O A rortland AB H O A Peterson,S3 4 0 2 3 Drake.cE 2 1 Dlerlng.ef 3 1 2 0 Wlse.2b 3 0 _ _ -larshall.lb 4 1 7 1 Marquez.lf 2 0 0 0 ieprist.sb 2 0 1 0 Borknvakl.rf 3 1 0 0 -iale.U 3 0 1 0 Bowcn.lb 3 1 12 1 Friend.2b 3 1.0 3 Wlncen'k.sa 3 1 1 4 toza.rf 3 2 3 0 Delfars.ss 3 1 1 4 -- 'ell.c 2 1 3 0 M.Martla.c 3 0 1 0 Beamon.p 3 1 2 1 Carmchael.p 1 0 0 2 Fielder,? 0 0 0 0 Total 2T 7 21 8 Total -25 5 21 16 a--Grounded out for Carmlchael in 5th. b--Filed out for Fielder lir 7th. ;a£C"uver ^031 joi 0--fl -Hale. Wincenia.k."carrr.:ch.ie-,. RBI --Beamon 3, Dicrlng. Atwell, Friend M Martin. 2E--Beamon. Moltoza Wlncen- ak. -HR--Dlerlnir. Friend. DP--Peteron-Marshall. Wise - Wlncer.iak - Bowen - rlend-Peterson-Marshall, DeMarg-\Vlse : owen. LOB--Vancouver 3 Portland 6 *B--Beamon 2. Carmlchael 1 SO-Beamon 3. Carmlchael 1. Fiedler 1. HO --Carmichael 5-5. Fiedler 2-2. RAER-- ^"VSl., 1 1 - 9"TMli:Hael 5-2. Fiedler l;l. t HBP--Seirrlst by carmlchael. Wild Ditch--Beamon 2. Carmichael. WP-,,, - ... : Beamon (11-9). LP--Fiedler (8-18). u-- leg Will be run today J Le ^ on . Somera End Kerr. T--1:43. Att. - 1 2 0 Renna.II 4 2 11 1 Hatton.Sb 4 0 4 0 Kei;erL,lb 4 1 1 2 ^^almberK,s 2 1 3 Sadow5kl,c 4 3 2 0 4 1 2 4 3 0 12 0 3 1 0 3 3 1 4 1 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 Totals. 35 0 24 12 Totals 33 10 27 13 a-Kazak grounded into double play for Nlcho:s in 9th. ' -Malmberp, Hardln, Averlll. RBI -- :h. Renna. Aspromonte, . Dlpietro. Jatiowskl, Brodowski. Harden, Aspromonte. 3B -- Alalmberg. HR -- Renna, Dlpietro. Sac. Fly -- Keough. DP -- Sa- dowskl-Hatton : Hatton- Aspromonte- Kel lert. LOB -- San Diego 6. San Francisco 5.BB -- Brodowskl 2; Spring 1. SO -- Bro- dowskl 3, Spring 5, Nicho'.a. HO -- Bro- dowskl S In 6. Nichols 2 In 2. R4SR-- Brodowski 7~G. Sprlnp 2-2: Nlchola 1 1 LP-- Brodowski 12 6 . P -- Spring 9-7. Bob Crowley Gardner Dlckir A mold Palmer Doug Ford Tom Nieporte 66-63-6S--202 67-68-67--202 69-63-65--203 72-65-68--205 67-67-71--205 67-68-71--206 ,, 69-67-71--207 .. 71-68-88--207 . 71-67-69--207 ,, ,, 67-69-71--''O" Fred Hawkins 72-67-69--208 72-65-71--208 69-68-71--208 70-67-72--209 68-71-70--209 69-73-67--209 Art Wall Bill Kary JjTM-^:: Bill Caspar -- .... Paul Barney -------Jackie Burke ------George Bayer ---------- Dow FlnstarwaidT Billy Maxwell Al BaldlnE ,, Don January ,, 68-75-65--209 Yankees Edge Nats NEW YORK (U.EI -- The New York Yankees finally beat the Washington Senators at Yankee Stadium for the . first time in their last five meetings Sunday when Andy Carey singled home Jerry Coleman with one out in the ninth inning for a 3-2 vfc- tory. Bob Turley scattered seven hits and struck out 10 batters to gain credit for his llth 'victory of the season. The -big right-hander might have pitched a shutout had it not been for Yankee fielding lapse which set up Washington's two runs in the seventh inning. AB II O A N. T. AB H O A 5 2 1 1 Lumpe.3b Jsher.cf 4 1 3 1 r-Mantle Sievers.lf . 3 2 3 0 Carey.3b 3ereberet.c 4 0 5 0 Kubek.cf CINCINNATI U.E) -Brooks Lawrence turned in his first complete game victory since June 30 Sunday, allowing only five hits as the Cincinnati Redlegs walloped the Milwaukee Braves, 6-0. .It was only the Redlegs' third triumph over the Braves in 19 games this season. They had lost their last nine meetings with the league leaders. Bob Thurman also had a big hand in Cincinnati's long-sought victory, driving in three of the Redlegs' first four runs with a double and a homer off Gene Conley. In dealing the -Braves their first shutout since Aug. 18, Lawrence did not permit a runner to reach third base. The big right-hander struck out four men and issued only two walks. It was Lawrence's 13th victory against 11 defeats this season. . Ccnley.p 3 1 1 'i HoaK,3b 4 2 0 1 3 2 5 0 McMillan.:! 3 2 2 4 1 0 0 0 Lawrence.p 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 J I^Xd 30 for 2 'pV,, T p, u ,'n IS, 1227 " Ayj?;?"!^ - ooo ooo ooo--o Tiati .... 202 002 Oflx--6 -Temple, j Thurman .3, Crow*. 42 Hits in Phil Split PHILADELPHIA «P--Bang- ing, out a total of 42 hits, the Philadelphia Phillies and the Pittsburgh Pirates split a freewheeling doubleheader Sunday. Philadelphia won the first game 11-3 and Pittsburgh took the nightcap, 6-3. Pittsburgh FIRST GAME Philadelphia A B H O A ^lemnte.cf 4 1 2 1 Asnbum.cc' .ABHO A 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 4 2 1 0 Becquer.lb 3 0 6 0 Skowron.lb 4 0 6 1 jon.rf 3 1 2 0 Berra.c Eo!i!ag.2b 2 0 2 1 Slmpson.rf a-Plsv.-s.2b, 2 0 0 1 Howard.1C . Brldges.sa 2 0 2 4 McDouKld.as 2 1 0 (1 Clevengor.p 1 0 0 3 Coleman,2b 3 1 3 1 c-Runnels l 1 o 0 Turley.p 3 1 0 2 Slobbs.p 1 0 1 0 Thomas.lb Mazraki,2b c-Pthrd.2b Swanson.p Virdon.cjf Foiles.c Furkcy.p ji-Baker 'Klng.n 4? 11111*-For, 1 * . t », i A - r n v n n Totals 31 7x 25 10 Totals 32 9 27 6 x--One out when winning run scored, a--Filed out for Boiling In 6th. b--Fifed out tor Lumpe-In 6th, c--Singled for ClevInRer In 7th. . tuhlnjctnn _ ;..(WO 000 200--2 ew York _ 100 001 001--II S--Clevenger. . RBI--CLumpe scored 'hen Skowran hit into double-play In 1st). McDougald. SSevers 2, Carey. 2B--- Jsher. SB--Simpson. Sac--Cle vender. Turley. DP-- Bridges - Bollinc - Becquer; Carey-Coleman. LOB--Washington 9. S*ew York 0. BB--Clevoneer 4, Turley 6. sO--Clevenger 3. SLobbs 2. Turiey 10, ·TO--Clever.ger 7-6, SWbbs 2 - 2 V f . HE3R --Clevenger 2-1. Stobbs l-l Turley 2-2. Wp--Turley (11-51. LP--Stobhs '(7-lSl. 'J--Rommelt. Stevens, Napp. Rice. T--· 2:3r). Att--20,299. AT CALIENTE 184,250 Won in Pool AGTJA CALIENTE (U.E) -Attendance and. w a g e r i n g marks fell Sunday as Callente broke the million-dollar barrier and a new North American payoff record of ¥84,250.80 was set in the 5-10 pool. A 57-year-old Negro chiropractor from Los Angeles, his blind brother and an unidentified friend bought a single ¥2 ticket and p i c k e d six straight winners for the whopping payoff. A crowd of-22,878 attended the lo^-race card. San Fmnchnn A B H O A AB H O A! Harrcll.ss 4 1 1 4 Pearson.rf 2 0 2 0 1 Robinsn.cC 3 2 1 0 Umphlot*..cf 3 0 1 O j Glynn.lf 3 0 1'1 Asprmr.t.Sb 2 2 1 2 Ward.lb 3 1 9 1 Renna.lf 2 0 4 . Lcnnon.rf 3 1 1 0 Kellert.lb 3 1 3.1 Averlll.c 3 0 3 0 Phr.llpfl.3b 3 2 0 Regaldo.3b 3 1 0 4 Sullivan.c 3 0 1 Moran,2b 3 1 2 2 Malmbrff.ss 3 1 1 Lombardl,p 2 0 0 2 ChakaJea.p 2 1 '0 son Francisco E--Ward, Lennon. RBI--Ward. Aapro monte ± Renna. Philllpa, Pope. 2B--Har rell, Morar;. 3B--Aspromonte, KelJerl Sac. Fly--Renna DP--Harrell unas slated. LOB--San Diego 5, San Franclsc 3-1. Wild Pitch--Chakalea. WP--Chaka les (4-1). LP--Lorabardl (8-4). U--St Clair. Steiner and Carluccl T--1:45 Att.--D.247. De RAIMA'S Italian Restaurairt Bazaar 91OE. Willow GA 7-9114 SUBURBAN PONTIAC IN.IIUH.OWW K_ This la John Simons, m aales- } raan who Is just as Interested your welfare B.S he Is In llnK a car. You wilt find ' doing business "With him a | real pleasure. His experience 'will be your gain in bu'tlng a v jPontlac In a congenial itmos- !phere at -- j SUBURBAN PONTIAC OSED JONES HW LMATIM I Oth Amirlean - 1 1 2 Harmon.cf 0 0 0 0 4 3 3 4 Repulskf.rf 4 3 1 0 4 0 2 0 BowniBil.rf 1 0 1 0 4 1 9 1 Bouchee. lb 4 2 6 2 3 1 1 1 Lopata.c " 4 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 Ixranctl.c 0 0 l 0 0 0 0 0 Anderson.If 4 2 1 o 4 3 2 0 Haniner.2b 4 2 " o 3 0 4 2 Jones.3b 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Kznsk,3b-2b 3 1 3 ^ 1 0 0 0 Fernandz.sfl 4 1 4 .3 0 0 0 1 Koberts.p 3 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 d-P. Smith 1 0 0 0 Totals 3 a--Popped out "for Purliev m Vrd* ' to-Doubled for Kinc In 5th" 3rd * S=S?*K 551 ?o r r1r 5 o'n n fi» 6lh . Totals 35 16 -7 R 0 Q I . 4 1 5 IKazanBk^Sb 3 2 0 4 Peterson.c 4 2 4 3 Lonnct,t.c 1 0 6 0 * " " 0 sernfnlck.c 0 0 1 0 0 b-Lopata.o 1 0 0 n . Simmpns,p 1 0 0 2 ParraH.p 0 0 0 0 a-Hemus 1 0 0 0 iinier.p « 0 1 0 c-Northey 1 0 0 0 Hearn,p 0 0 1 0 Totals 36 10 27 12 Totals SI 9 27 15 a--Popped out for Farrell in 6th. b--Filed out for Semlnick In Slh. c--Struck out for Miller in 8th itt.ihurch oio 004 001 S FhilBdnlphln. * 100 100 010--3 E -- Bouchee. Hamner. Fernandez Thomas, Mazcroshl. RBI-- (Fernandez red on Mazcroski's error In Isti mons, Eepulski. Peterson, Mazeroskl Virdon 2. Skinner. 2B--Anderson Kazanskl, Freese. 3B--Vlrdon. HR-Peterson, Repulskl. Sac.--Groat, Skinner, SImmciis. DP--Vlrdon-Freese; Peterson-Freese-Gront; Freese-Mazcroskl- Thomas. LOB--Philadelphia, 9. Pittsburg]] 8, BB--Simmons 2. Miller 3. DoURlas 6. Face 1. SO--Simmons 2, Farreil 2, Miller 2, Douglas 3. Face 1. HO--Simmons 6-5K. Farreil 0-%, ililler 2-2 Hcarn 2-1, Douclaa 8-7$. Facn 1-1%. RBR--Simmons 5-4 Hearn i-O Douglas 3-2. WP--Douglas (2-2) LP-Simmons fll-ll). U--Sudol, Jaekowakl. ^""wford, Venzon.JT--2:25. Att.--11.204. $1250 PUTS NEW BRAKES ON YOUR GAR! WORK DONE HEBE BY EXPERTS ON MODERN EQUIPMENT . BONDED OR RIVETED Prh. Includu Ltwr onl MMwIri ·n Any Anorlita C«- Jack Plantz Brake Shop 4401 LOS COYOTES At Traffic Ctreto HI 3-»4« · * »· I !

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