000 Don Is Five and By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Write* Don Drysdale, half a Si-million holdout in the spring, finally has become a five-arid-teri pitcher. The tall Los Angeles right- hander won his first game in a month and pulled his season's record to 5-10 Wednesday night when the Dodgers beat Cincinnati 9-5. I Regan hung on to save It. The victory ended a six-game osing streak for Drysdale, who inisbed with 23 victories last •ear. And if you think he's been n a pitching slump, his two hits lifted his baiting average to 234. He hit .300 in 1965. Both the tilird-place Dodgers and second-place Pittsburgh licked up ground on National ,eague-leading San Francisco. But his bat played a bigger role than his arm.: : Drysdale smacked a pair ; of singles in an eight-mn Dodger third-inning outburst that should jiave made his first victory eince May 30 a breeze. . . . It was more like a hurricane for the veteran pitcher. Drysdale lasted until the seventh inning, giving up three runs on nine hits before finally being relieved by Phil. Regan; Tony Perez* two-run homer in the eighth closed the gap bii' COURIER NEWS | THURSDAY. VTONE 30, 19M | ' ' PAGE IBS iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiouiigiiiniiriiiiiniiHiioiiiniiiiuiiiiinii The Pirates pushed across a run n the last of the ninth for a 6-5 victory over Houston while Juan Ma'richal lost his third game as St. Louis nipped the Giants 2-1 In other games, Philadelphia dropped New York 5-2 and Chicago rallied for seven runs in !he ninth inning and a 9-5 victory over Atlanta. * * * Roberto Clemente's ninth-in ning single delivsred Matty Alou with the winning run as the Pirates downed the Astros. Alou had opened the ninth with an infield hit and moved up on Gene Alley's sacrifice. Chuck Harrison and Jim Wynn hammered two-run homers' for the Astros with Wynn's two-out shot in the ninth tying Busch Stadium — the first ball ,iit in that sector of St. Louis' new park — as the Cardinals aeat Maricbal and San Francis- 3. It was only the third setback in 16 decisions for the Dominican right-hander. Willie McCovey accounted for the only Giant run with a towering homer in the seventh. * * * Richie Allen drove in two runs with a double and a single as Philadelphia defeated tne.Mets. Cleon Jones and Jerry Grote whacked bases-empty homers for New York. Billy Williams ripped a two- run homer in Cubs' big ninth inning, which wiped out a 4-2 Atlanta lead. Marty Keough and Now over Boston and leading himself nto a discussion of his future now that he has brought his Glenn Beckert each drove in two runs in the rally. the game. Ex-Giant Orlando Cepeda walloped a tremendous home lome run total to 484. "I'm counting the home runs," Mantle admitted, eyeing the 500-homer plattau. "But I may stop one short. It will give me an excuse to come back next year." Mantle, whose hitting feats rank second only to his medical history, actually considered retirement after the 1965 season. But the Yankees talked him into undergoing a shoulder operation and giving it at least one more try before finishing a major j league career that now spans 16 years. Mantle, however, has been bogged down around the .250 mark most of the season, and he rarely has hit with sustained MAJUK I L AUUt STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. 47 28 .627 42 29 .592 41 32 .562 39 34 .534 39 35 .527 36 36 .500 34 38 .472 San Fran, . Pittsburgh Los Angeles Philadel. .. Houston ... Cincinnati , St. Louis .. Atlanta .... New York . Chicago I 6 7 7% 11V4 34 43 .442 14 29 40 .420 15 23 49 .319 2214 Wednesday's Results St. Louis 2, San Francisco 1 Chicago 9, Atlanta 5 Philadelphia 5, New York 2 Pittsburgh 6, Houston 5 ' Los Angeles 9, Cincinnati 6 Today's Games Philadelphia at New York, N Houston at Pittsburgh, N Atlanta at San Francisco Only games scheduled Friday's Games Pittsburgh at New York, N Chicago at Philadelphia, N Cincinnati at Houston, N St. Louis at Los Angeles, N Atlanta at San Francisco, N AMERICAN LEAGUE National Women's Golf Begins on Difficult Links By JERRY LISKA I tin* National Golf Club's haz- Asswiatfd Press Sports Writer lard-jammed course at suburban MINNEAPOLIS, Minn, (AP) — The National Women's Open Golf Championship started today on a new but formidable course and defending champion Carol Mann asserted the $20,000 event would be won by the "best and not the luckiest player." The field of more than 100 pros and amateurs including seven former winners who accounted for 14 titles in 20 previous Opens, teed off over Hazel- W. L. Pel. G.B. Baltimore Detroit Cleveland power. But he's feeling strong j California now, and proving it with seven | Minnesota hits, including the four homers, Chicago . ByMIKERATHET in his last 12 trips to the plate. Associated Press Sports Writer * * * _.. _-. Mickey Mantle's goal is 500 j Mantle connected Wednesday j Washington homers. There's some doubt,! for a three-run shot in the first! Boston New York . .662 .620 .592 .527 .486 .465 .449 .431 .413 .356 3% 5% 10 13 1414 1514 17 18Vz 2214 however, whether he can reach it this season. There's also some doubt whether he wants to. Mantle smashed two homers solo blast in the I him homers in inning and a third, giving three straight at-bats. But, in the fourth inning, with a chance, to tie the record for most con-1 Mantle smasnea two nomers w "= "«= i<s.u>u 1^1 i.«/oi. ,-u.i for the second consecutive night secutive homers, Mantle settled run into Wednesday, leading the New d U elllGllUUUO UVJI1IC 11 ^UlltOViO^ , ivuvnilf, MIX* II-"-., the upper deck in I York Yankees to 6-5 victory Right Fielders Jam Rosters of All-Stars By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer. NEW YORK (AP) —Five fight fielders-will start ..the 1966 All-Star baseball game "July 12 at St. Louis. Frank Robinson of Baltimore, Tony Oliva of Minnesota, Al Ka- liue of Detroit, Hank Aaron of Atlanta and Roberto Clemente of Pittsburgh all have been voted into the opening line-up. The new rules established by Commissioner William D. Eckert provide for a general vote on outfielders instead of a ballot for.specific positions as in the )ast; Consequently, the entire — American League outfield will'Baltimore at third. 3e made-up of men who normal- y play right although both Oliva and Kaline have played center for stretches. * * * Willie Mays will be the National League center fielder (or the 13th time. He will be flanked by Aaron and Ce- BATTING LEADERS National League Batting (!»• at ..bats) - Clemente, Pittsburgh, ; .329; Stargell, Pittsburgh, .325. Runs— Aaron, Atlanta, 87; Hart, San Francesco, 50. Runs batted in—Aaron, Atlanta, 62; Mays, San Francisco, 51. Hits—Alou, Atlanta, 97; Cle- roente, Pittsburgh,. 92. Doubles—Mays San Francisco, 17; Wynn and Bateman, Housotn, 16. Triples—McCarv^r, St. Louis, 9; Alou, Pittsburgh, and Brock, • Aaron, Atlanta, St. Louis, 7. Home runs 24; Hart, San Francisco, .19. Stolen bases—Wills, Los Angeles, 30; Brock, St. Louis, 26. American League Batting (150 at bats)-Snyder, Baltimore, .340; F. Robinson, Baltimore, .323. Runs — F. Robinson, Baltimore, 57; Agee, Chicago, 52. Runs batted in—B. .Robinson, Baltimore, 64; Scott, Boston, 49. Hits—B. Robinson Baltimore, 88; Oliva, Minnesota, 86. Doubles — Yastrze'mski, os- ton, 22; F. Robinson, Baltimore, 17. ".. . Triples — McAuUffe, Detroit, 7; Foy, Boston; Agee, Chicago, and Campaneris, Kansas City, 6. .-•.-•.... Home runs—F. Robinson Bal timore, and Scott, Boston, 18. . Stolen bases-Agee,'Chicago, SI; Campaneris, Kansas City, 15. PITCHING RECORDS NATIONAL LEAGUE Pitching (7 decisions)-Perry, San Francisco, -IM, .909;. Koufax, Los Angeles, If 2, -875. Strikeout* - Koiifax, Los A& gees, and Gibson, St. Louis, 144. ""'•.'. .':'••;' AMERICAN LEAGUE Pitching (1 deci«!6ni>-W«» Baltimore, «, .857; Swiiord, aBfwito,.' : «M"-*ifMr,' B»W- rnore, 8-2, .800. Strtkeoute^Ridwrt WMhin*. too, 14; Bonwll, Minnesota, K. ton at first, Bobby Knoop of the California Angeles at second, Dick McAuliffe of Detroit at The only repeaters of the eight named so far on each side are infielders Robinson and Mc- AulUfe of the American and outfielders Aaron and Mays of the National. mente, who normally are right BOWLING fielders although Aaron does I .|UHuniniHHUBrai«iH«i»iniiH«H»niunv shift to left in some parks. Robinson, a star with Cincinnati in the National League before he was traded to Baltimore last winter, becomes the third man to make the grade in both leagues. The others were pitchers Jim Bunning and Schoolboy Rowe, both of whom were American League All-Star picks at Detroit and later at Philadelphia in the National. As usual, the starters must play at least the first three innings with the exception of the pitchers. The catchers will be announced Sunday and the pitchers and remainder of the 25-rrian squads later next week. The infields, released Tuesday, had Willie McCovey of San Francisco at first, Joe Morgan of Houston at second. Leo Cardenas of Cincinnati at short and Ron Santo of Chicago at third for the National League. However, Morgan and Santo may be replaced because of injuries. * * * The American League infield had rookie George Scott of Bos- [ In Wednesday's Early Bird League, Jean May took hjgh game and High series with a 179 and a 498. Barbara Larson had a 174 high game and 490 series. Tile Wrecks took high game for a team with 664. Lady Bugs had the high series with a 1390. Team Standings Nervous WrecXs 26 F. Troop 2214 Knock 'Em Downs 21 l /2 for a single. The homers brought his total for the season to 11 and left him 16 shy of his target — or is it 15? While Mantle increased his homer total, Baltimore creased its American League lead to 314 games by downing Kansas City 5-2. Second-place Detroit slipped back by bowing to California 6-2, Cleveland whipped Minnesota 4-1 and the Chicago White Sox blanked Washington 5-0. * * + The Orioles cracked a 2-2 tie short and Brooks Robinson of in the seventh inning when Lew - ••• ' " '•-' Krausse filled the bases by issu- Lady Bugs - - - Unpredlctables Goldfingers 14 ilt' 23" 23 24 Pff Wff Warriors squeaked past Redskins 7-6 last night in YMCA Pee Wee League on a six-run fifth-inning rally. It was an extremely tight ball game for four innings, Warriors scoring a lone tally in the second, and making it stand up until the Redskin fourth. Skins pushed Ktoss four runs hi the lower fourth, and Coach Paul Johnson cleaned his bench in the fifth. Three bobbles in the fifth gave Warriors breathing room and they made good. Redskins started a rally of their own in the bottom half, scoring twice. ing walks to Andy Etchebarren, Russ Snyder and Frank Robinson and reliever Ken Sanders followed with a walk to Brooks Robinson. Boog Powell followed with a two-run single and it was out of the A's reach. A five-run second inning capped by Ed Kirkpairick's three-run homer got the job done for the Angels. Tiger starter Dave Wickersham forced in the first run of the inning by ssuing a bases-loaded walk to opposing pitcher George Brunei, Jose Cardenal hit a sacrifice fly and Kirkpatrick put the finish- ng touch on. Gary Bell pitched a two-hitter and Leon Wagner drove in three runs with a homer and a double n the Indians' victory over the Twins. Bell allowed both hits in he fifth inning when Minnesota scored on a walk and singles by Jerry Zimmerman and Zoilo Versalles. The loss was tagged on Jim Grant, now 5-10. Tommie Agee and Tom Mc>aw each smashed two-run lomers for the White Sox while 3ruce Howard and Bob Locker collaborated on a seven-hitter that kept the Senators scoreless. 49 25 44 27 42 29 39 35 35 37 33 38 31 38 31 41 . 31 44 .26 47 Wednesday's Results Baltimore 5, Kansas City 2 Chicago 5, Washington 0 Cleveland 4, Minnesota 1 New York 6, Boston 5 Californai 6, Detroit 2 Today's Games New York at Boston Baltimore at Kansas City Cleveland at Minnesota Only games scheduled Friday's Games Boston at Chicago, N Kansas City at Detroit, 2, twi- night California at Cleveland. N New York at Washington, N Minnesota at Baltimore, N MINORS— TEXAS LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Won Lost Pet. Behind Amarillo .... 43 23 .597 ARKANSAS . 41 31 .569 2 El Paso .... 37 35 .514 6 Albuquerque . 35 38 .473 814 Austin 32 40 .444 11 Dal-FW 29 44 .397 14V4 Wednesday's Results Austin 9, Albuquerque 8 Amariilo , El Paso 3 Arkansas 13, Dallas-Fort Worth Thursday's, Games Albuquerque, at Austin El Paso at Amarillo US Sculler In Action ® HENLEY-ON-THAMES, England (AP) — The fastest U.S. lightweight sculler, Pete Johnson, takes on the Flying Dutchman, Jan Wienese of the Netherlands, in the Diamond Sculls at Henley Royal Regatta today. Chaska, Minn. The course playing par-72 and 6,325 yards for Hie 72-hole medal-play tourney, was created by- Totlon P. Heffelfinger, Minneapolis, former two-time president of Ihe U.S. Golf Association, and famed golf course architect Robert Trent Jones. It was open for play in 1962, but this is its first, test for a major tournament and Heffelfinger has high hopes it will impress the USGA enough to snare the U.S. Men's Open in 1969. + * + Miss Mann, a blue-eyed blonde from Towsbn, Md., along with olher veteran pros, described Hazeltine as one of the finest courses Kiey have ever encountered. "You can't let up for an instant, you better not," said the 6-foot-3 Miss Mann, who last year took the Open with a 290 total winning by two strokes Atlantic City Country Club. Expected to press Miss Mann for lop money oi $4,000 are two olher long belters, Katliy Whitworth, this year's leading money winner, and four-time Open champion Mickey Wrig-ht. Another returning four-time titlist is Betsy Rawls, while oilier pro contenders are former Open champions Mary Mills (1963); Mrs. Murle Lindstrom (J%2); Louise Suggs (1949 and 1952), and Patty Berg, winner oi the first Open in 1946. taitt BaltMn-built Piano for as little u Try before you buy! 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MIDGET Twins and Burdette were caught b« the curfew last night and wound up in a six-inning 6-6 j tie in YMCA Midget League. | Twins scored in the top of the j first, posting two runs on a single safety. Burdette struck in the lower half, scoring once on two hits. It was scoreless then until the fourth, when each team got a tally. Twins made it 5-2 in the top of the fifth, but Burdette refused to play dead, and tied it with LULO1 *i UJimig "Jj in u un vjni-u ai£,ni-i« ^uni over Kathy Cornelius at The I o! his title. CLAY TO MEET ENGLISHBUM LONDON (APj-Cassius Clay will defend his world heavyweight boxing title against Britain's Brian London at Earls Court Stadium Aug. 6, promoter Jack Solomons announced today. Solomons said that Clay had signed contracts for the defense Arkan'ss at Dallas-Fort Worth a three-run rally in their half. . Each team had a tally in the Minor League Results sixth. 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