SatEvePost Will Appeal Libel Ruling ATLANTA (AP)-The Saturday Evening Post plans to fighl a whopping 53,060.000 judgment awarded former football Coach Wallace Bulls by a federal court jury which decided lhat the Post i Â·had ruined his reputation. I Immediaiely after the verdict was announced Tuesday, attorneys for the Curtis Publishing Co. said j they would appeal. It was one of ] the largest libel judgments ever I THELAWTON CONSTITUTION, Wednesday, August 21, 1963 Dodgers Stretch Lead To 6 1 /2 Games Los Angeles Rolls Along In High Gear By MIKE RATHKT AssoclnlÂ«l Press Sports Writer Buzz. Turns out lhat sound we heard last week wasn't the Los Angeles Dodgers pushing lhe panic button after all, just Al Dark with a harmless bee in his bonnet. Since last Thursday, when j Dark's defending champions from j San Francisco had Trimmed the ' Dodgers' National League lead to three games, all the sting's gone out of the Giants. The front-running Dodgers have . . i rolled inlo high gear, reeling off . The 12' male jura* who never \ six ""^"'^ victories-the lat- played football heard 11 days of I testimony and arguments about a | KJp. March ?3 Post slory that said! I ^ U ~ Butts gave inside information on | the Georgia leam to Alabama Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant before the 1952 Georgia-Alabama game. Alabama, heavily favored, won J 35-0. i est a 7-5 decision over second- place St. Louis that increased their lead lo 6V= games. At the same lime, Milwaukee handed the Gianls their fourth straight setback, riding Lee JMaye's three-run lie-breaking homer to a 5-1 victory at San Francisco. The loss dropped the Giants ~ l ~ oft Lhe pace and only the game in front ot Philadelphia. The Phillies, who split wilh ihe New York Mets, had llieir eiglil- j game winning streak snapped on a four-hit 1-0 shutout by rookie Grover Powell but look the second game of a twi-nighler 24 in 12 innings to close up on the Gi- a:nts. Elsewhere, Cincinnati's Joe Nu.x- hal! posied his 100th ML viclory in a 1-0 victory over Houston, and Pittsburgh defeated the Chicago Cubs 5-3. The Dodgers trailed 4-2 going into the fou:'lh. but a five-run fourth inning aided by Bill While's throwing error beat ihe Cardinals, who came Lito Los Angeles fresh from a three-game sweep of the Gianls. While's error on a grounder by John Roseboro let Frank Howard and Willie Davis score with : Ihe left field fence. 'Thai did it. tying runs. Singles by Maury i Bob Sadowski, 3-4, got the victory Wills and Jim Gilliam then drove : with Bob Shaw's Ihree innings of in the lead run and Ron Fairly capped Lhe uprising with a iwo- run single lhat put it out of reach, Bob Miller, S-S, prolecled Ihe edge w i l h fjve innings of one-hit relief work. Gianls 1 siai-tcr Billy Pierce look a 1-0 lead inlo lhe seventh but consecutive singles by Gene Oliver, Joe Torre and Roy McMillian scored Ihe tying run and brought on Bob Bolin. Bolin got Iwo outs before Maye drove his homer over scoreless relief. Pierce, 3-9, took lhe loss. Powell gol the only runs he needed in the opener againsl the Phillies when Ihe Mels slruck for two runs in McLish. 12-9. an infield o u t , eighth off Cal Moran's single, single by Jim Hickma.n and Tim Harkncss' double did the damage. Frank Thomas then hit a two-run homer in ihe ninth. Roy Sicvers hit a two-out homer off. Roger Crnig in the last ot the ninlh to give the Phillies a tie in the nightcap and Lhoy finally won in the 12ih when P.u- . . . . , Harper's single and scored ben Amaro smgleu, took second | Vada Pinson ' s sacrifice fly. Johnson, 6-17, with a single in the sixth. Pete Rose hit into a force play, raced to third on Tommy on when Larry Beamearih hit Ryne : pj ra tes scored all iheir Durcn with a pitch and scored rllns on homers with Jerry Lynch on Tony Taylor's single. Duren, j connecting with two on," in" the ' fist inning, and Billy Mazero- 6-2, was the winner. Nu.xhall, who starter] his major league career as a 15-year-old in 19-1-1, allowed the Colls oniy Ihree nils before he left in Ihe eighth inning for a pinch hitler. Al Worthingion finished up. allowing ski and Jim Pagliaroni hitting consecutive twses-emply homers in the seventh. Don Cardwell, touched for a homer by Ron San(o. got the victory, his eighth in one hi;. Nuxhall, 11-6, started the j 'he last 10 decisions for a 11-12 Reds to Iheir only run off Ken I record. Bob Buhl, 9-12, lost it. Much of the testimony, rspf- cl.illy by fnotbRll coach 0 * and players, drnlt with iniricnir fool- bull maneuvers nnd strategy. Blasingame Plays Role Of Spoiler Jo Kaycee By .MM HACKI'.KMAX ,, , , . ,. _ ASMiuiuliil Prrs-i Spurts Writer _bims, ainu-iic cnreclor at oeoi- In lhis aRe o[ spec i a ii zal i oni Don Blasingame ranks as a specialist's pa al the t i m e of the game, sued spt , cin ]i sl . He SI , oii5 no _ hil bids . for 510 million. From the star'.. Washington's handsome second baseman did it again Tuesday night holh he and Bryant denied any ' u-i|h a fourth inning bunt single, ihp only hit off Moe Dra bow-sky in lhe alicmpi lo rig ihe game. opener of an American League double-header at Kansas City. The The jury, after deliberating Athletics won the first game 9-0, with Doc Edwards bailing in five about oighl hours, awarded BII'.'.S runs, and took the second 7-5 in 1-1 innings on Jerry Lumpe's two-run SSO.flflO for general damage and homer. S3 million for punitive purposes. Blasingame also played (he spoiler against Stan Williams of ihe Thp jury agreed with Bulls' con- ^~ cw York Yankees on Aug. G, doubling for the lone Senator hil off ihe teniion "l ha t" I here was malice in right-hander. And last year with Cincinnati, the well-traveled infielder puWicaiion o( the arlid The Posl also fncos a Slfl million suil by Bryanl. N'o irial dale has l been sci. Bryant also had filed another suit against lhe magazine ! for an earlier article. | A f i e r Ihe verdict. Butts told a, Â· news conference: "I feel very humble and ful. parricularly to the people havr stood by me Throughout this Long Injury List Hampers Giants' SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- The (rial and the days which preceded longest injury list in the memory accounted for the only hit against j Cal Koonce in a game against the Chicago Cubs. Dic.k Donovan's steady pilching | and Vic Davalillo's in n-producing ! single in lhe n i n l h innin. j Cleveland over New York "2-1 ! Tuesday night, trimming ihe 'Â· Yanks' AL lead lo S'i games. Chicago's runner-up While Sox Â· belled Boston 10-2 as lofty J u a n i PizaiTO became a la-game winner for lhe first lime in his career HP said ho hop-^d to return to coaching. Buns, longtime football coach at Georgia before being named athletic director in 1961. had said hp had received no coaching officers since the Post story appeared. Southeastern Conference Commissioner Bcrnic Moore said I ho verdict had lifted a na:-k cloud from football. He said it pmvpo of vote-ran trainer Frank Bowman wilh a fivc-hiiter. is taking its toll in ihe San Fran- j -\irnirrc !Â·' Cisco Giants bid for a second i c .,_...,.',..,, ... " straight National League pennant. ' man said Tuesday after a road trip during which the ailments hil a season high. Sorting wilh Billy liooft's spring training shoulder injury, . "extremely reckless journalism ir, '' nc Giants have been short-hand- the accusations and rcponing of the so-called fi.N of the 1?6" Ala- bama-Goorgia game." The magazine article, win en hy Frank Graham Jr.. said an A l l a n t a insurance salesman, Goirge P. Burnett, had overheard a telephone conversation between . . ET.IIS and Bi^ant prior to the 1962 ; 13 - mpn who arcn 't pitchers on the _ . : ' game. Burnett was quoted as say'mi; MP WHS nrcidpnlnlly rut i n t n thr long rii^rancc rÂ·n^^ 1 P^sat^on .ind hrflrri ttulK civing gHmf s^cH'ts to Bo-ant. Hank _ _ ^ ^ w ....... and Â·l think this is the worsi in my goi home' run support from Rocky la years with Ihe Giants." Bow- . Colavilo and Norm Cash in DP'- It-oil's 6-0 s h u t o u t of Minnesota, and Ihe Los Angeles Angels and tho Orioles were rained oul Baltimore-. In addition lo ihe bum hil by Blasingamp. Drabowsky allowed jusl iwo walks in the' A's rout of Washington. Edwards drove in his five runs wilh a homer, double and single. Claude Osteen was the lospr. LumjK's homer in the l-U.h inning of the second game camp off IOSPI' Don Rudolph w i l h TWO oul. breaking a 5-5 lie th;ii had lasied from ihc seventh. Dave Wickersham was lhe winner in relief. Yankpp southpaw Whiipy Foixl 17-7, suivived bas?s-Io;ided janxs in Ihc spvcmh and oigluh innings ai New York, but couldn't gel goi by ihc one in ihc ninlh. Woodie Hold's double, a walk to Dono- ed. Manager Ah-in Dark has been forced ro use caicher Tom Ilallor : in right field, outfielders Willie ' McCovey and Hai-v-cy Kuenn in Ihe infield, amd even Willie Mays ai shortslop. . The injuries have (x-me during ihe GianLs have onl; roster--a .situation caused by ihe need 10 include bonus pitchers Al Slanek and Bob Garibaldi within the 25-p!aycr l i m i l , Hillcr Oul A Monlh Kocfl. acquired from Baltimore ! lo be No. 1 short relievor, injured : his shoulder in a f a l l and didn't Butts. Bryan! and olhnr (wiches, - , . . . .^ plus some Alabama and Georgia Â· P uoh u n n l J u n e 25 ' playoi-s. trstificd that no game; Second baseman Chuck Hiller soci-pts were disclosed and i h a l broke his hand May 1 and was oul Â· information in nolcs allegedly ' or a month. j by Burnc-it during the phone Jim Hart, called from the m i - i conversation trucnce. Johnny Griffith, who succeeded Bulls as coarh al Georgia, said, however, tha; the informaiion could have had a bearing on the van and n single by Jerry Kin- c1al1 rillcd ^ ba-^s bolorc Davil- l! '0 sen; in ihe deciding run with his two-out h i t , Dnnnvun In Trnuhln Donovan ran inlo a big thronl was of no conse- nors July 7 to bolsler ihe infield. '. in The last of Ihe n i n l h , when ;he suffered a broken shoulder on his first day in the majors Â«-hcn hit Â· by a pitch from Bob Gibson ol St. Louis. He missed five weeks, \ returned to action, was hil in the i head by a Cur: Simmons delivery Post attorneys introduced 1csri- and hasn't played since. Â· mom- thfil Butis had been friendly Â·with Frank Scoby of Chicago, a businessman who bcl large sums On football gfimcs. Bu;ts testified he had known Scoby only as a good friend and husinoss adviser and had not d The same Hart, Curt lashed a line hand of pitcher Jim Duffalo. splil- ling it and probably knocking Duffalo oul for the year, week the infield Last known he was a gambler, Some witnesses, including Pros-' report read this way: Won! 0. C. Aderhold of the Uni- F '- r *' b ^ : Orlando vorsily of Georgia, said Bulls' ' pulled groin muscle. Willie character was bad. Bunts' at!or- Covey, muscle spasms in nev said Aderhold was moiivatcd Yanks col ihrpo on wilh one out. Bui pinch hiticr Yogi Bcrra killed il by rapping into a gamc-cndiin; double play. Pizarro. who also siarrcd at bat for the While Sox, cave up n i I single lo Felix Mantilla in Ilip ! Simmons hit ' f i r s l inning, Ihon retired ihc next I of St. Louis ' 4 mon in order before Ihe Red Â· acainsl Ihe Â· ^Â° x nicked him for four more ; singes and Iheir iwo runs in the ' n i n l h . ! Pizarro collected a double and ' two singles and knocked in three i T-uns. Thc While Sox clinched it i in the sixth wilh a five-run burst. I loser THE ONLY GUY WHO CAN GET HIM OUT Birdie Says Tribe Needs Big Winner Bliss Hits Finals Sillmen Eliminated In Army Tourney By .JOE KEICIIH-IIt Assuci'ilcd Pn-ss Â·vmri.s Wrilcr Forl Â° ' advantage of For! sills generosity to eliminate the ' ' ' " \ Cannoneers from the Fourth Armv lournarnpm with an 8-7 victory at NEW iORK l.APi -- Indians' 'Butner Field last night. Manager Birdie Tebbells rose up ] H was Sill's second loss in the- double-elimination meet. Polk still in all his righleous wralli loduy . has a slight chance lo win the ti'.le and takes irs nexr step at 1:30 and sounded off against critics of i p.m. today against Fort Sam Houston. the Cleveland .'fins' f a i l u r e lo sup- i Fort Bliss emerged as lhe only unbeaten club in the field by bouncing porl their f i f t h place club | Fort Hood. -1-3. last night. Fort Hood now must try ;o work up through Â·There is nothing wrong with ; ' h c 'osers' bracket, meeting the! bÂ«cb..l in Cleveland llial'an in- j |Â« ^TM^ TM H BOX SCOW leresling and winning ball couldn't cure." said TcbbeUs, the major Indians have ihe lowest attendance lota! in leagues Lhis season. "The Cleveland franchise is one of the most v a l u a b l e in lhe world." Birdie added. "The fans have given proof Ihey will support major league Iwsoball but like fans everywhere else, you've got lo have stars. YOU'VE goi to give them namfs. You've go! lo ing Fort Chaflee, 12-0. Tuesday afternoon. Fon. Polk used a big, six-run founh inning lo gain its edge over For: Sill. The Fighting Bishops pooled two hils, five walks and two Cannoneer errors into Ihe winning formula. Knlly Kails ShT That explosion gave Polk an S-5 cushion. Fort Sill look one last give them outstanding personal!- Â· f ' i n g at victory in lhe right, hut lies a two-run rally fell short when "When we (lo t h a i , when we can . c r a f t y Polk hurler D u t c h Leonard give Ihe writers somebody Ihey ' flrucl; Â°ut Larry Miller and en- liced p i n c h - h i t t e r Roger Hacket; to pop up w i l h ihe bases loaded. Leonard siruck out [he .iH? in the ninlh to preserve ihe win. Sill broke to a 2-0 lead with two runs in the fir?:. Dave Secdon and Phil Spieizle reached base on fi?ld- choicfs and boih scored on a wrong-fi"ld single by Miller. Polk liccl it in the second wilh a pnir of unearned runs off Sill slarter Ed KonHrick, K?n Mayes oppnpd Ihn i n n i n g wi:h a single and moved lo second when Max Coiclpssor rpacheri first on an error. Tom Meyers advanced iv,;h runners wilh a sacrifice h u n t . and Leonard singled to plate [hem. Thc Cannoneers made it 3-2 in (IIP t h i r d when Henry Duke walked and rode homp on a doubjp by Spicglc. The count grew 10 5-2 in have made d e f i n i l o progrrss in ; lhe f o u n h a? Carl Peck singled, thai dircclion, We ibink wo h;ivr Kcndrick w;is safe on a fielder's i vo youncslcrs. Max Alvis ;IIK) . choice and error, Leonard uncork-! Vic Davalillo, who will give us ed a wiid pitch and Seddon hit th;il s t a t u r e . ; inlo a fon.-'' out. "Thc m i n u i e we gpl s t a t u r e , we i folk Taki'Â« Ovr w i l l giH enthusiasm. The m i n u i e ; Then Polk look over. In rapid we gel. e n t h u s i a s m , we will get order Mayes doubled and Colcles- Ihc fans back." sor, Tony Lawrence and Meyers Alvis. a Third baseman, and clrew consecutive walks to force D i i v i l i l l o . ;i center fic'tlcr, wprr ! mier sir.r. - Crnnfllfl cf ,.. Duke -h Scddon 3b Miller rt ' .-'-." rf nn A71P ^ 1 1 3 1 0 3 1 2 o 1 Â·Â· 3 0 0 5 n : 0 0 0 i n (i o n o r i i 0 ! 0 0 0 2 J tl 2 0 3 1 ) Â·j n c, o o 10 n o 2 L 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 fi ri n o n ft n o n n o n n 3 5 : 0 0 1 o o FliHT llif.K 1u!-la rf-lf 3x 7 i t :i i t 3 nh r h hi j*i can write aboul, our fans will flock back lo ihe ball park," AlliMHlmH'r Down The Indians, a faceless club ever since such personalities as Rocky Colavilo, Roger Maris .-ind Ilprb Score were shunned off in trades, rlrew only TJli.Wrt l a s t l C T S ypnr, their IOWPSI loial in five ypars, This ycflr ihey are faring even worse al ihp galr. In -15 home dales. Ihp Indians have attracted only -177,-JMfi patrons ;nd are certain 10 finish wilh Ihc smallpsl season allcnri- ancc sinc-p Ihc 19l"i club drew only rÂ»,Tfi,fXÂ»0. This in a Inwn ( h a t hil 2 million in Ihp l a i p 1910s. "We had n concept ;ii - h e slarl of Ihc season." wiiri Toblr^'lls, "and I h M concppl w;iÂ« lo builfl a Ipam nt s M I u r c . Wp f'-el we o K n r v p y sv :, 1 1 2 2 3 1 Mni*^fr Ho .. j o n n 2 -I o Maye", r ; : .1 I) 11 I) 1 C"!r!f"'ir f! 2 I ,1 n i n o IjtuT.-nr" If 3 ! 0 0 0 0 0 Bern;.' p-Ur.-t o o o o 0 n 0 L^rri.-fl ?-j t) ^ ft 1 2 n 1 0 rÂ»iniÂ« K t 5 r? u 3 a- Pi-.^p^l up !f'f Broi-.T^ In ^:h. Knn SIM - - . . - - au -jn.i n-jii--7 . .-r-- M-\\Â»rs. DP-" ] TM' LOS - Fon i!:I WF-- l.~niirf) 2. Berry. 3 3 0 3 7 7 3 7 ... KMiir.nn .ind S livl iirwl -lni\-- 3 p 1 rTM iÂ»i ioi -- r l o ilcc; KJidli^y. Dillo n. H'od. 7:h, 1 on. rum d i n -.' (1i nnd cÂ«rr: Pari Doubles Action prominent figures in Oevela.itl's 2-) i r i u m p h wer New York Tues- j n a run. Kd Williams was summoned . from [he Cannoneer bullpen :o re- BROOKLINE Mass (AP) -Weather p e r m u t i n g ihe rwo top leiims in fhe men - s division will Mets' Rookie Makes Debut In A Big Way Hy JJ.-U.I'H day night, I h r i r first in six gamps place Kendrick. and ho slruck out play [heir first matches today in the N a t i o n a l Doubles Tennis Championships. I from the Class A Auburn team I lore sewing up his n i n l h victory nl Yankee Siadium this season. Ix-onarcl for the first out. When Davalillo cracked Ihrcp nils and . Tony Guidn's infiold roller forced Alvis two of; loser Whilry Ford Colclessor at the plale, it looked in support ot Dick Donovan's ijke Williams might yet out of the ninr-hil pilching. Davalillo's i n - i jam. field single drove in the winning But Jim Harvey spoiled the ef- run in the n i n l h . D'niuvnn Donovan received Methe Assncliili-d rrvs S|Kiris Wrilur last month of the New York-Penn PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- One i Lcngue. said he "'as surprised Singes by Lennic Green in ihe ; viclory doesn't make a major | when Stengel gave him a stan- back. by "an almosl blinding jealousy: of Coach Butts." firs: innin bre^v in the As to the question of taxes or. the judcmcrK, an Internal Revcn- and Harman Killp- league career, but when it's your | ing assignment. r a p m u n u s ! i onV Minn^,,^" 1 ^,^ Â· ' h C i i' rs | s^'nR ass|B"mcnl for" Ihe | -j IiRllrod ho M , ould Y , pi[ u n t i l Second ba^e: Jim Davenoort. Colavi^ b4ke a ^L^ Â£ : h a p 6SS " 7 10 '' k " M Â°' S ' cl ,'\ nd ! Seplember. but I WHS sure glad .,,_, _...,. ,. ' i-oia\Tlo broke a scoreless tie i aza'.nst a hoi leam on aji ei^hl-! ,,, !.,,.._ , i ,.._:,,.Â·Â· uÂ« ,...;j pulled groin muscle. Shortstop: Jose Pagan, pulled i tir Service spokesman said the S3 Â· PTMn muscle, Ernie Bowman, in- Tnillion normally would he taxable : jurcd back. Third base: Harvey Kucnn, , his homer off Lee Smnge in ; Ihc sL-oh, and Cash capped the , item. | Tigers' scoring wilh a three-run _ ' shol in 'Jie ninlh. hul not the SWl.Ofln. He declined to speculate on how much lax Butts ; strained would have lo pay. i txraned. Butts had testified hhat he was I All except Hart were playing. , MounLnin. is.ai. nxir^d In poor shape financially. Ho said i because if they didn't Dark would Â·he had lost money in business j have no infield, let alone pinch- investments. I hitlers. "Winst a hoi leam on an eight-! lo havc lhe opportunity," he said, game winning streak, it's an inning. The veteran righi-handcr ! Williams Harvey thigh, Jim Hart. WITH THE HORSES SARATOGA SPRINGS. X.Y. -- ATLANTIC ' Jo.EO. won lr prrfl for sÂ»'"-- d Â»- 1 "' cm". X.J, - Ll'l Eclriy p eve.il. :it AUanilc Cily. Coaches Join Moore Buffs' Verdict Hailed As football Wm By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ' that sort of thing simply doesn't I Bulls win," Howard added. Southern coaches and athletic go on "in college athletics." ! The effect the decision h a s - o n Bobby Dodd, Georgia Tech athletic director, said, "I'm cxtreme- directors have joined Commissioner Bcrnie Moore of the Southeastern Conference in hailing the Wallace Butts libel suit verdict as a victory 'for college football. A federal court jury in Atlanta awarded Butts S3. 060,000 Tuesday in his $10 million suil agains; the Curtis Publishing Co., publishers of the Saturday Evening Post. The Post claimed. the former Uni- versily ol Georgia athletic director gave Alabama Coach Paul ly happy for Wallace Butts aJ football was hailed by Auburn Coach P.alph Jordan. his family that he na cleared of this charge." Mississippi State football coach Paul Davis, a former coaching aide lo Butts at Georgia, said "I don't have to lell you how pleased I am. But to lell the truth. I don't see how the verdicl could have gone any other way. Bryant Georgia football secrets! "When you speak o! Wallace Â·before last year's Georgia-Ala-1 Butts, you speak of. the University bama pune. "The verdict ,. ... , tremely .reckless journalism in the ; I knew what the Â· verdict had to accusations of the so-called fix of. I of Georgia," Davis continued. "I has proved ex- j coached for Wallace Bulls a year. the 1962 Georgia-Alabama game," Moore said' Tuesday. "A dark cloud .'over football has been lifted." "I have felt all along that the fixing 'thing was absurd," said Bernie -Shively, University of Kentucky athletic director. "I'm very happy that Coach Butts got a judgment. It's a .good thing for college athletics. The story couldn't have been true because "I have followed the case with a great deal of interest," said Coach John Vaught of Mississippi. "And I'm very happy and proud that Wallace Butts got a judgment in his behalf." Â·' .The verdict was .hailed as a \ "great thing for the coaching profession" by Frank Howard of Qemson, another long-time Butts rival. -"I'm mighty glad -to see'. "With the season fast approach- ig, and with the thought In for the good of college fool- in the SEC, and the nation. ball as a whole, I'm real glad Lhe trial is over," he said. "And I sincerely hope that the press, radio, magazines and tele- Young Grover Powell, w h o : was kicked off the University of j Pennsylvania baseball loam be-1 cause he missed a bus in his junior year, shul our the Philadelphia Phillies 4-0 in the first game of Tuesday night's doubleheadcr. The Phils rallied lo win the second 2-1. You would have though: Powell won the first game of the World Series. In the clubhouse afler the first game, Powell took Ihe ball and had each of his teammates autograph it. I'm going to stick il in my pitched 14 1-3 innings, allowed S hits, and 3 earned runs for an of 1.90. ! . . . . end in Los Anzelps, the defending . f o r t ay singling to drive in Law- cham p i0[1 pa ; r ot Pjlfac , Osuna I rcncr and Meyers, tying the counr and Amonio Palafox . 0 , Mcxjco a;]d at Â»., W h e n Peck lot Phil Ashe s [ho , L - s , c a m of D c n n i s Ra , slon grounder roll through his legs, Pro and chuck McKin | ey were sirfc . lined Tuesday when rain washed out ali play. In order to c.T.eh up and still fiiiish the championships by Sunday, both are scheduled to play two matches loday -- providing [hey survive the first lest. Osuna and Palafox who are and second against Ihc Yankees. mor e runs crossed. The final one A single by Joe Pepiionc, Elslon : came in when Miller dropped a Howard's double and an i n i e n l i o n - : f] y j n right field, ai pass lo Hector Lopez filled thn j ;.or[ gill baiilcd back in rhc buses w i l h one out in the ninth . eighth to cut the gap lo one run. the frame with then induced pinch hilter Yogi I a wa ik an( j ho moved to second . . . , . , Bcrra lo ground into a game-end-' v.-hcn Jim Granala singled, Duke In nine previous games, he had ; ing doub|( , p l a y _ ; ^^ u p ^ Seddon singled to "I am not saying lhat Alvis or! p | a t ( ; Williams. seeded first although they lost in Davalillo is a great prayer to-: ji m 3 cr:y replaced Leonard on straight sets lo the Americans at , day," said Tcbbelts. "But I am lhc moijnd and 3 ave up a run-pro- Los Angeles last Saturday, open Powell explained about his be-; convinced both have the capabili-, ducinTM single to Phil Spiegle. When n P 1!nst J o h n Powless. coach OL the ing canned from lhe team at ] tj cs O i becoming outstanding . Rerry walked Keith Nagelson, : Junior Davis Cup ;eam, and one oÂ£ Pcnn. i slars . IL is players such as they ! Leonard relumed to the mound to ' his J u n i o r ^P^'-^- Davc Rceri of "It was in my junior year,", he Â· who bring in the fans. | retire Miller and Hackett. said, "when I stayed up uniil 6 j 'Those who are laking pot a.m. studying and overslept, I shois ai us now ask why the missing the bus for West Point j Cleveland fans came out when and the Army game." | Bill Veeck owned the club. Look a tough blow for i h e ' al Ihe name players Veeck had n - ; l-Â» 1_ T T 1 who led all college j ... Bob Feller Bob Lemon, i.ou j front window," said the slim b u i l t ' D nl It was youngslcr learns bailers yc; ior year and the Mets were .In the oponer, Fort Sam scored nine big runs in the first inning, then coasted past Ton Chaffee. Fon Bliss staged a srorybook ! finish to upset Fon Hood's favor- Gler.dale. Calif. McKinlcy and Ralston go against Cliff Richey of Dal- lins. Colo. The No. 3 seeded men's team, Roger Taylor and Bobby Wilson, of Britain's Davis Cup squad. lungsfcr who led all c o l l e g e . . . . Bob Jrcller. BOO u;mon, i.uu jtes The E- alcons manage a only, of Britain s Davis Cup squad, ams in, the country in fanning j Boudreau. Al Tloscn, Joe Gordon, j Qne hit _ an ciRhtn . inning s^gi^ p | ay A n d y Tj 0 v d of Shreveport, .tlei-s during his sophomore Larry Doby. ; ofl loser D ; c k Mailman. T , " an n Butch Newman of. San :ar. Ho didn't ' p l a y . i n his sen- "This year's-Red Sox club nas La. and buicn . eÂ«man r year and the Mets were the won only one more game than R t . . . . - . _ PM..-- Antonio, lex. contingent on his lasting 90 days. Â· , 1 uiuv major league leam who youngster from Wyalusing, Pa., I wou)d pam bl a on him. paying a about 50 miles northwest of i 52.500 bonus, 51,500 of which was Scranlon. When one writer asked where Wyalusing was, Powell looked at him incredulously. "You never heard of Wyalusing .Rocks, where Marie 'Antoi- neile was going to settle until she ran afoul of a ' k n i f e , " he asked; half seriously. Â· The 22-year-old vision will forget a-bout. iv," he d i d n ' t Ia s L ,. ne added. Dr. 0. C. Aderhold, president j start, Powell almosl rst inning, . b u t he said he expected trouble at the of lhe University of 'Georgia, who j testified .against Suits' character at, the trial, had the only official comment from the-university. Â· , "I believe iir our 'system of courts," he said. "A verdict has been reached in this, case, and-the University of Georgia has no further comment."'. SWAMI Floor Stripper Super Gold WAX Southwest Chemical Co. F Ave. EL5-5828 Â·Â· "I'm always wild in the first inning," h e ^ said, explaining lhe two walks that helped load the bases, 'He"reared back, however, and forced hard-hitting' Don. Demeter lo pop up and fanned Don Hoak' to get' out of the inning. Powell, who had worked strict- 1 ly in relief since joining the'Mets i won only one more game than last year's leam at a. corresponding dale yet it is 300,000 ahead in atlcndance. What happened? The reason is obvious. They have He was 2-6 at Syracuse ,in the ; a monsier on ihe mound named Intemalional League, and was j Dick Radafx and a slugger at sent lo Auburn lo learn some- first named Dick Stuart. .Boston thing beside .the fast ball. That I tans come out to sec them.", he learned his lessons, well, the j Phillies will attest--four hits and no runs. Casey Stengel, the .Mels' manager, noled the crowd of reporters around 'ihe jubilant Powell and commented, ''not bad for a 14-year-old pitcher. Just Imagine what he'll'be like when he's 16.". More Sports Next 2 Pages PARMENTER FINANCE CO. . Low Cost Loan* on Any Good Security . . Financing BANK RATES Owned Elevator at North Building Entrance Second Floor CITT NATIONAL BLDG. -- EL S-WH :. Geronimo, Goodin's Prevail Geronimo and Goodin's Dairy captured victories in the Bethel softball tournament Tuesday night. Geronimo nipped Bianco's -5-4, and Goodin's routed Bethel. 12-4. No games are slated tonight, but Lawton Produce and Elgin will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Bethel and Bianco's will follow at S:30. Out that hit by Dun Peters followed thrw straight walks und producixl the Falcons' first run. Another runner came home when the throw from the outfield tailed past third ba.se, which was uncovered, and the tying run came in moments later on a wild pitch. Fort Bliss then pushed across lhe winning tally in the bottom of the ninth inning without the aid of a bit. 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