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14 T H E LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Thursday, August 22, 1963 Pepitone Does/?'/ Like To Gef Hit= Beanball Ignites Brawl At Yankee Stadium By .'MIKE KATI1ET Associated Press Sports Writer "TI/HEN I played ball, the only guys we threw at were ,300 hil- »' tew," Cleveland Manager Birdie Tebbetts said wryly. "Hell, the Yankees haven't goi any." Joe Pepitone is hitting .275. Umpire Lou Dimuro figures that's good enough to gel thrown at. Either way you look at it. for three minutes an explosive situation rpckr-ri Yankee Stadium Wednesday night at the tailend of ihe New York Yankees' doublehtader sweep over Cleveland by identical 3-1 scores. Pepitone, who punched out four hits in the doubleheader, wound up throwing 'em after he was hit by a pilch tor the second time in the eighth inning of the second game, tie was hit on the wrist by Barry Latinan in the third, then nicked by Gary Bell. He started toward the mound and was restrained by Umpire Di- Muro who told Bell he was being lined $50 for throwing a beanball. Pepitone then jogged 10 first, turned and started again toward the NL Roundup ixpands Lead Cardinals Fall By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Johnny Roseboro. who probably has set a world record for deep knee bends, ripped a lino single just beFore the clock struck midnight at Los Angeles that may have tolled the end of. Si, Louis' National League pennant hopes. The Dodger catcher singled past third base scorine. Ken McMullen, who had doubled, with Ilie winning run in a 16-inning marathon lhat mound. He was grabbed by lirst baseman Fred Whitlie'd and, willii.n seconds, players were flailing away ail over the field. "All the balls I saw thrown were low," said Tebbetts, "except the ones they (Stan Williams) were throwing." "I'm not mad at anybody," said Pepilo.ne, "After I was hit the second time I yelled at Bell, he yelled at me and pretty soon we were calling each other names, I just 301 upset and headed for him." "I wasn't trying to hit him," said Bell, "and I'jn not mud at him. But one worti led to another." It also led to Pepitone's ejection and four casualties -- Cleveland infiolders Larry Brown and Dick Howser, who suffered lep: cuts, and managers Tebbetts and Ralph Houk of the Yankees, who were acting as peacemakers, Houk sui[o-ed a muscle pul! in his riijht thigh and Tebbetts was stepped on and spiked -- by Pepitone, he said. The twin victories increased the Yankees' American League !ead to 10 Barnes over the Chicago White Sox, who whipped Boston 7-1 as Gary Peters posted his ninth consecutive victory with a si.x-hitter. Minnesota walloped Detroit 12-1, Washington took Kansas City 5-1, and Baltimore and tile Los Angeles Angels split. The Orioles won 7-3 as Steve Barber became the AL's biggest winner with IS victories and the Angels took- the nightcap 3-2. Pepitone drove in the decisive runs for the Yankees in the nightcap with a two-run double oil loser Lalman in the first inning, and Wiiliams, 7-3. protected the lead all the way by keeping eight Indian hits well spaced. Tom Tresh stroked two doubles in the opener, scoring the first Yankee run and driving in the other two, in support ol Al Downinp's throe-hit pitching. Downing is 9^1. Peters, a rookie left-hander, brought his record to 14-5 and extended a string of scoreless innings to 25 before the Red Sox scored in the ninth on singles by Frank Malzone, Ed Bressoud and Bob Tillman. Peters got batting support Iron rookie teainmate Pete Ward, who hit his 17th homer and drove in another run with a grounder. Bill Monbouquelle, 16-8, took the loss. Don Minch'er paced the Twins against the Tigers with a single, double, homer and four runs batted in,' while Rich Rollins drove in three with two singles belore leaving the game with a sprained wrist. Both Mincher and Harmon Killebrew collected two hits in an eight-run fourth inning that made it easy for Camilo Pascual, 16-6. Don Lock and Don Zinuncr hit homers in (lie Senators' t r i u m p h over the A's, Zlnimer scoring the tie-hre;ikin(c run in the seventh when he singled and came around on singles by Ken ReUer and Chuck Cottier. Ron Moeller was the winner wilh Ed Roebuck's relief help. Barber. 1S-9, won the opener for the Orioles with. Dick Hall's two- hit relief over the final 3K innings. A six-run second inning, in which the key hits were a two-run single by Jerry Snyder and a two-run double by RUES Snyder, got the job done. The Angels came back to take the nightcap with a two-run seventh fashioned with a double by Felix Torres and singles by Lee Thomas and Bob Rodgers. Art Fowler was the winner with 4% innings of two-hit reliel work. ( 1 ;:-";in''-c lean. Thai seni tho largest crowd of the year--5-1, 125--home-- happy de- spue their failure to see Sandy Koufax gel his 1'Olh victory. The ace - Los Angeles lefl-handcr left for a pinch hitter in the 12th after allowing nine hiis. ! Koufax, however, did achieve j another distinction in his bailie | with Cardinal starter Curt Sim| mons. who retired for a pinch swinger in the l-?lh a f t e r pilching a seven-hiltor. In the 12lh. Kou- I fax struck oul Tim McCarver for Ihp :,400th strikeout of his career. The triumph, the Dodgers seventh in a row and sixth straiihl against I h p Cardinals. also i dropped defending champion San ] Francisco anniher length back. In 'Classic 1 By JOE MOOSH1L 'iak*d Press Sports Writer The Giants fell S'i behind, losing their fifth in a row, 6-2 to Mil- AKRON 7 , Ohio (AP)--Waich Ihe ' waukcc as Kddic Malhews hit big boys. Thai's the word in the ' two homers for the Braves. American Gol. r Classic, a 72-hole | \olt-biirl Sharp test which begins today and winds j Elsewhere, Houston's Don Nolle- tip Sunday. : ban, who allowed a run when he Arnold palmer. Jack Nicklaus , p j lcno d a no-hilter against Phil- nnrt Julius Boros are favored be- ac ieipi-,ia May IT posted his first cause of ihcir ability to master: ,] Woul ,,.;,,,' a four-hit, 1-0 vic- Ion;, toush courses. And the 7.165- . ovrr Cincinnati, and Jerry toushe?; in ihe country. yard Firestone Coun;ry Club Lynch set a major league record course is one of the longest and u - i1h his 13th pinc-h-hit homer, a . ninth inning shot lhat gave Pitls- I burgh a 7-6 decision over the Chi- Mos| of the players conipct- ' In; airroe lhat \[ Palmer and Nirklaus arf hitting Ihcir drives Four Injured As NY, Tribe Swap Blows By JOE REICHLEK Associated Press Spurts Writer NEW YORK (AP) -- A bilicr. bickering bean ball bailie between i the rival Cleveland and New York | j pilchers wound up in one oi the wildest free-for-alls in Yankee | Sladium's 40-year-old h i s t o r y \ Wednesday night wilh one com- I balant suffering a serious spike ! wound and three others nursing : minor injuries. i The most damaged party was i Lam- Brown, rookie Indians' ; shortstop, who limped off the field ; of bfliile on one foot with Die oiher requiring two stitches to mend. Teammate Dick Howser also suffered a spike wound hut of a minor nature, Cleveland first baseman Fred Whiifield suffered head and face bruises. Birdie Telil^lls, Ihc Cleveland innnujjer, sustained n slight :nl on the Instep oT his Icll fiwl nncl Itnlph Houk, the Viinkrr skip- p^i', pulled n muscle In his llilijh during K lugginc cnnicst with HII unldcnlined adversary. That was the oxiein of the physical damage but a couple of other combatants, the Indians' Gary Boll and the Yankees' Joe Pcpilonc, who had lead roles, suffered injuries to Ihrir pride. Bell, a right-handed pitcher, drew an automatic X50 tine (or what plale umpire Lou DiMuro interpreted as deliberately throwing al Grid Roundup Oilers, Chargers To Battle Tonight By DON WEISS Associated Press Sports Writer George Blanda, the graybeard quarterback who fights for his job against the 'uzz-cheeks every summer and usually wins it, will lead the Houston Oilers against the San Diego Chargers tonight as professional football kicks off another busy weekend of exhibitions. The game at Houston represents the first home appearance of the Oilers, who have bounced back to win two ga.-nes since taking a 27-10 cuffing from the Denver Broncos in their pre-season opener. Blanda, beginning his 1-Uh pro season, was primarily responsible for the second one--a 21-20 victory at Boston last week after the Oilers trailed 20-0 a: the half. Jacky Lee, Blanda's youthful alternate at quarterback, couldn't get the club going, so Coach Pop Ivy turned to old standby Blanda. He completed 10 of 12 passes, three i ·-- : -/or touchdowns, and may have clinched a starting job once more. In any event. Coach Ivy says Blanda will siart tonight. The Snn Diego-Houston struggle Is th ( . first of If games on the pro schedule In the next lour days -- brjnpinj: all 22 tcums Into nctJon, Tennis field Sliced Jo 16 At Brookl'me SI-:TS me, LE.AOUE HIWOHD. piiK'h-hU liiinii-r Isisl n i e l l i . ranklin cnuclii lln- linll mid rclurnod i[ lo Lyncli IMIKlHiruh's .lorry Ly 1 " 1 ''. who ·»·! n. m.ijur Iranie rf-coril hy hiltlni; hi-; i-xrliiinci-s- nil niiliiicniphod U n i t for the one IK- hit, Chiraen fun Boh (AP Wlrpphoto) th(^ S50.000 tonrnanir v nt. ^itn ft Top prir.o of $9,000, could become ft two-man show. ' cago Cubs. I The New York Mcis and Phil! anelphia were rained out. The Dodgers scored first, get! ting a run in the third on a double ; hv Jim Gilliam and Frank How- Pcpilone. Pepitone was ejected fi-om thn game by DiJIuro [or charging a l , Bell and punching away al W h i t - . field, who was allcmping lo re-; strain h i m . All indications were lhat the hoi-tempered Yankee F i r s t , baseman, based on Ihc umpire's i IUIT nOfTIGr M O T K lynch Erases Major league Record On Friday night. Denver is at ! Kansas City in the AFL. On Satur: , day, Boston is at Buffalo, and in · the National League. Chicago j Dlays Green Bay at Milwaukc. ! BP.OOKLINE Mass Baltimore meets Pittsburgh at Things begin 'to ---T" tickv"a; Atlanta. Detroit meets St Louis ,, - -\ ^ " - uc " y - as ; a; Omahs, FnjJadelphia plays : Bmish Davls Cuppers Roger Tayl: Washington at Charlotte, and ! or a n d Bobby Wilson would say, j Dallas goes against Los Angeles ; as Ihe National Doubles Tennis : games r l l a n d l ° rC " a " ' n niSfU : cham ?'° nshi P s fno^d inlo their ; On'Sunday, .he NFL has ;wo ' '^ **\ I ° day at Ixnswocd j games-Cleveland at San FranCnckc: Club ' ; Cisco and New York at Minnesota: ' The original men's field of (-and In the AFL, it's New York at ' virh Ch uc!i McKinley o( San An- Oakland. tonio and Dennis Ralsron of Bak- So far. Ihe older, established crs[ic ^' Calif - and Mexicans Ra- NFL-givcn a tremendous boost : Iapl Osuna a n d Ar «°TM PaJafox by the more lhan S3 000 fans who; c °- fav ° re d--has been melted down is enjoying One ot his best years ' oven in the sixth when Ken Boy- I ]io( s[ |in a c ( i o n .and me -13-year-old veteran ranks or singled and eventually came . Y a n k p c s ,^ iillm j m o lhc Rome as a siron- contender. ; across on Julian Javier s ground- Although the long hiuors are cr. T ' stayed at 1-1 until thr IGth cetlin- all the attention, one man when, with two out, McMullen Houk placed lhc hlamr (or the CllfG\GO (API - "The good Lord has been cood lo me. l i e had lo br because nobody could be t l i i i l lucky." Thai's how Jem 1 Lynch. Pills- who shouldn't be overlooked is litilc Gary Player. He has no; bounced °\-cr a ground rule double center 'irld fence and cnlire fracas on Ihe Cleveland I burgh Pintle outfielder, explained pitchers, who he charged were been on^e ^ since the"TM a . P-boro followed ^h his clinch- ; ^ber,e,y tiling at Pepitone month ago and is well rested. Player started off with a bang in a 'practice round Wednesday. in " He had a birdie, an eagle and another birdie on the first ihret- er. Larry Sherry. 2-1. was the winner, with Ron Taylor, 7-3, tak- loss, IVrry Loses The Braves, winning their sev- holes before yielding somcwhal lo en:h in eight games at San Fran' the long dis'lant-es. He wilh a rwo-undor-par GS. because he was "a hoi hitter." Denying t h a t his pilchers h:id deliberately thrown al Yankee hitlers Tebbells. with biting sarcasm, remarked: "When I played ball the only ones we threw at were .300 hilicrs. finished Cisco, scored rwicc in the First · against Gaylord Perry and were . They don't have any .300 hitlers." "1 feel great," said Player, "but never headed. A leadoff triple by : Tcbbotts chided the Yankees for 1 never like to predict who will Lee Maye. Frank Boiling's sacri- · engaging in a bean ball battle ·win any tournament. I always be- ficc fly and Ma thews' first horn- with a rival club, lieve everybody has a chance. ' er did the damage, Hank Aaron ; -What can they gain by getting The course is tough and long and ; doubled home a run in the third j j n io a beet with" us?" he asked, the sand traps arc going lo be ; before Malhews connected again troublesome. I think a score as i in the fifth wirh the bases-empty, high as 2S2 could win it. ; Supported by a M-hit attack. Bob "I know Palmer has been play- Hendley wen: the distance for the ing excellent golf. So has Boros Braves and brought his record 10 and we all know about Jack Nick- S-S by scattering eight Giams hits, laus' power. But accuracy also is Xotieban, S-5, outduclcd the necessary on this course. I like to Rods' Jim O'Toole, who allowed feel thai I have as good a chance only five hits in the seven innings OToole, 15-11, for the game's only i gi.ng, swearing, screaming run in the second on a single by i rolling in the dust. as anybody. I hope that doesn't sound as if ! were boasting, "After all. a man shuuldn't piny in a louniiiment if he doesn't j'Cl he tins a. ('hiince lo win." Palmer won the Classic last year with a four-round course Va da Pinson."Frank Robin'son and record of 276. He indicated he'll | Gordy Coloman in order to slop be jusi as tough this year when he j ' Lnc p wC( j s "As it h«ppened only one il«y- er, our young shonslop, wii (In- only one seriously h u r l , Bui |[ could just .is well hiLve IK'OM Bobby Richardson, or some n l h r r top flight Yankee, Then whni?" Players were fighling. wrestling, he worked. The Colls nicked kicking, scratching, pushing, lug- and his feelings a f t e r h i l l i n g his major league record-breaking 15th pinch home run Wednesday. J-lis n i n t h inning drive into Ihc righl field bleachers at Wrigley Field produced the new mark as well as a 7-fi viclory over Ihc Chicago Cubs, "The first t h i n e I did wns call my wife and four kids back in Pilisnurch." said lhc 33-year-old '· Lynch. "It was my greatest thrill in baseball, and I've had a few. Eight or nine of my pinch homers havo won or lied gumcs for my team. You always enjoy a homer, bul nol nearly as much in a los- Lynch's record-lying and rccord- Tankers Gam Finals In Fourth Army Play Fort Hood battled into the finals Of the Fourth Army baseball tournament last night, trimming Fort Polk, 5-1. The victory gives the tourney favorites another shot at Fort Bliss, who scored a stunning -1-3 upset in the winners' bracket finals Tuesday. Eliss and Hood tangle again at 5 p.m. loday. at Burner Field, and the Falcons can wrap up the championship by winning. If Hood wins, the same clubs meet again, for Lhe tourney title. There w j i ; be a 30-minuie lapse between games, if a second game is needed, Jnck Kyle po.sted a lour - hitter Carl Warwick, a .ground out and [ The ground was strewn wilh [for Hood "last nighi, losing his shut; Bob Aspromonte's single. Norte- '' -· - ---·--·- -----·--" ··-' - -· I ban 501 into his only jam when I Tommy Harper led off ihe fourth with a triple, but he set down shot a one-under-par 69 in a playoff Tuesday against Phil Rodgcrs and Jacky Cupit to win the fourth and final berth in the World Series of Golf, which is scheduled Scpg. 7-8, lhc practice ; tec Wednesday and powdered a men wearing while baseball uniforms wilh the letters "Yankees" and grey-blue flannels with the letters ''Cleveland" on their shirts. The stands were rocking. The crowd of 25.000. which rarely, if Lynch, who exactly a month ; e - e h a d seen anythin" like "this, aso tagged Ltidy McDanie] for j was cau j. ht in the frenzy and n j s i4 m pinch-hit homer, tagged ] shouted wild wors of encourage- McDaniel for the game-winner j men,., Some of Ihe more zealous and u» record-breaker on a 3-11 ones even vaulted the barriers and an, 13-3, the couple of dozen balls while a ; Daniel. 8-5, lost it. The Pirates large crowd gaped in amazement ! had to scramble to win as Harvey a_t his tremendous power. But Haddix tied a NL record of three wild pitches in one inning as the Nicklaus wasn't satisfied because out when Polk scored an unearned run in the bottom of the ninth inning. The Tankers pecked away for their runs, combing two Polk hurlers for ]4 hits. Roger Robinson led the assault with a triple, double and single, and Jim Francis contributed a double and two singles. Fort Polk had sidelined lhc host Tuesday, S-7, alive with a hair-rais- win over Fort Sam Hous- game of a iwi-lighl-nighl double- t on Wednesday afternoon, header. The Yankees had won the ' - - -- · ·- opener 3-1. Pepitone, who had three hits in Tuesday's 2-1 loss to Cleveland, cracked three more in most of his drives were not on i Cubs pulled ahead with three runs | the first came and added a two + ^Tiniil · * i _ _ __-_ _^i_ _ * * . . _ _ _ _ _ _ targel. I in the sixth. See YANKEES, Page 15 Lead Is Growing s Can Forget Folding Chairs LOS ANGELES (AP) -- It was only a week ago that someone suggested the Los Angeles Dodgers equip their stadium with folding chairs---so the furniture would match the ball club. Having led the National League by 1V« games in late July, the j of their remaining 37. to .finish in fine pitching perform- Dodgers have picked up 2Vi games, on second-place St. Louis and 5^,» on third-place San Francisco. Today the Dodgers again lead by 7%, and, if they can win just half their remaining 38 games, the Cardinals must win 26! it finally ended. Taylor retired the i 'inn l"a".""''. 'jw !» ; i»i--? Curt Simmons pitched even bev ter for St. Louis, allowing only one IUT and seven hits in 13 innings. Ron Taylor and Larry Sherry were the pitchers of record when, 1 Forl ,,,,,,,,.. - ]w ,,,,, In that one, the Fighting Bis- blow an early 7-0 lead, then top of the ninth breaking a 10-all lie. Tony Lawrence led off the nintli with a triple, and with one down, single lo left lo plate Lawrence. Coley Hunt smacked a throe-run homer in Ihe sixth inning to put Fort Sam back in the game, and the losers knotted Ihe game with two runs in the eighth. Fon I'nlk -i;H) 201 I I I ) ] -- I I 17 1 i"rt sum nit arj trai--10 32 .1 Bfrry, I!!ddll c c-l). Clbnon (8). Updike H Concocrl (S) «nd Msycj; Fmc!ur, Lemma «j and Carr. Wp--Rlddlle. Lf-Lemma. HR -- Colcy Hunt, Sum, Olh, 2 on. Phil Ashc. Polk, 1lh. none on. AA Advances In State Action OKLAHOMA CITY (Staff) -- A£A Fence ot Lawton moved into the winners' bracket semifinals o( the state ASA Softball tournament last r.ight, belting .BartlesviUe, 5-2. AA erupled for all five runs in the fourth inning at the expense of Barllesville's crack hurler, Howard Houston. Lee Freeman singled lo start Ihc fourth, collecting the first hit off Houston in his last 51 innings on the mound. Don Burt followed with a grounder to second base which was booted, and J. T, Coody also reached first safely on another error, Free- ui- Dodgers were only three games a tie. in front on the morning of Aug. Two first two Dodgers, in .the. IGth but Ken McMullen doubled over Curt Flood's head in center field and 15. It was beginning to look like ances were squandered Wednes-. scored the winning run when John a rerun of 1962, when the Dodgers I day night, when the Dodgers SCOT- ! Roseboro sliced a single past third executed a collapse unmatched | cd their seventh straight 'Victory | base, since Wall Street came down with , by defeating St. Louis ,2-1 in i There hadn't been a score for 14 ' 1 1 II Kyle iind Nonari; Romano, 'Cnrucncri (6j and Maycs. LP--Romnno. 313--Koulnson. Hood. . 2n ~. Tliihlnson, Jim Francla. Kyliv H«BOll, ilooc], man scoring. Robcri Kassnavoid's single brought home Burt. and M Ryer finished the spree with a home run. The Fencers meet Agnew Floor Covering Wednesday evening at Wheeler Park, A.tA 'N»0 ,-HKI II--.1 4 1 Treat and K'ns'snnvnld: HctuLon and Per. shell. SHOE SUSPENDED CHICAGO (AP) - Jockey Bill Shoemaker was suspended for five days Wednesday at Arlington Park, 'or "careless riding in the stretch", of, the third race Tuesday, It was 1 his second such suspension of the"1953 season. a bum ticker in 1929. But, as was first established in 16 innings. Sandy Koufax, seeking his 20th victory, pitched 12 innings Genesis, a lot of things can hap-! for the Dodgers, allowing one. run pen in a week. In the space ol seven days, the while -walking only two. and nine hits and striking out 10 10 -innings, Simmons had retired [ 14 batters in order between the sixth .and 10th and Koufax had retired 15 straight in the same stretch. PARMENTER FINANCE CO. - Low C« Loan on Any Good Security · Aaln R A M I f pATCC Horn. Financing DMPIIV liM I CO Owned ' Elevator al North Building Entrance Second Floor CITY NATIONAL BLDG. -- EL 3-K71 making pinch homers were spaced just one month apart, and both ! iigainst lhc Cubs as well ,-is off the ' same pitcher--Lindy McDaniel. It was July 21 in Pittsburgh when Lynch frisked .McDanie.1 for rt pinch homer in thi ninth good lor ihrcr runs and a 3-5 tie before Ihe Pirates went on lo win 5-5 in 14 innings. "It's funny I should gel Ihc two homers of..' Lindy with the exactly opposite kind of pilches," Lynch s;iid. "In Pittsburgh a month ago I hit a Jow fork ball. Today with the coun; of 3 and 1 he gave me n high fast ball." Since he w;is the Pirates' leadoff bailer in ihe n i n t h Wednesday in a guest role lor wining pitcher Alvin McBoan, did Lynch look for a "take" sign on the 3 and 1 count? He said: j "I did not. 1 didn't even look I just in case it was on. I was on I my own all the way. Had the sign been on I wanted to make sure j I didn't see it." | This is the Icfl-handed swingers' i second term \vitk the Pirates. He was traded back to Pittsburgh last May 23 from the Gncinnati Reds. [ The record-maker was Lynch's j 12th homer of the year, and sec-! ond in as many games against i the Cubs. | Pirate Manager Dany Mur- · taugh said: j "He's the best player I know to jus; walk up there and get the job done with a single swing ot his bat. Jerry is great to manage, and he's as good a pepper man on the bench, when he isn't playing as he is with a bat in his hand." In his collection of 15 pinch homers Lynch has hit six off Cub pitchers ar.d three oK McDaniel. Jerry's first off Lindy came Aug. S, 1961 in St. Louis when McDaniel still was pitching for the Cardinals. His feat erased the record 14 o' his' former Cicinnati teammate, George Crowe. turned up at Cleveland for a ' I0 16 '. iven of e '- ht ?eded teams doubleheadcr last Saturday n i g h t ; rem;lln --has far outdistanced the AFL; On fn e women's side, 12 teams in attendance. For 13 dates. .VFL:' are ' p '' ln [f e running, and none pre-season attendance is 507,697, i of the eight seeds has so much With 20 dates left, the league is' as been seriously tested. ] sure to top the million mark in Darlene Hard and Maria Eucno, : exhibition crowds for the second : the graceful Brazilian, are shoot- straight year. : jn;r for lhcir . Mrd , u]e to;Tctncri I i and the sixth straight for Darlene. On ihe other hand. th« AFL i (he former U.S. ch.imp from Los j Angeles. Of the seeds, only N T o. S Billy Bond of La Jolla, Calif., and Tom Edlefsen of Berkeley, Calif., were uprooted Wednesday. Needed P.irrners Doing the job was a pickup Icam of Jim McManus of | loifll Js about M2.000 for IN first : H dates and Ihe hlpgest dis- 1 appointment has necn Ihe mere | 5,700 who turned up al K.'tnvas i Clly for Ihc first appearance of i the transplanted league champs j --ihe Dallas TexHns--two wevks j ago. The KnnxiLs City folk will get another chance tn show rhelr interest In the game between th« Chiefs and the Denver Broncos Friday night. Berkeley, and Allen Fox. a grad student in psychology at UCLA. Neither McManus nor Fox had ' a partner when he phoned his en- The Broncos, with ol 1 Frank i try to Longwooc 1 . They were mated Tnpucka passing and Gene Mingo i by the tourney publicist. Paul Con- running and kicking, have won j r.olly. who now predicts they'll get two of three and handed San Diego its first exhibition loss in four years. 31-25, last Saturday. The New York-Oakland AFL K '^1 i ^ nda y originally was ^ ^ _,,_ .._, _...,, ,,. scheduled for Mobile. Ala.. Fri- jj, c raost difficult assignment day, but was shifted because of | wou i d S eem tr- fall to No. i Britons segregated seating a: Ladd -Ye-; Wilson and Taylor. to the semis at least- Serving almost faultlessly. Fox and McManus sidelined Bond and Edlefsen. 6-3. 12-10, 6-1. Of the seeded men remaining. morial Stadium. CARDS TRLM ROSTER LAKE FOREST. 111. (AP)--The , St. Louis football Cardinals placed j veteran center Don Gillis and ' rookie quarterback Fred Quinn on waivers Wednesday, trimming their roster to 4S. In an i n t r a-Commonwealth match, they play New Zealandcrs Ian Crookenden and John McDonald, the runners-up at Newport. McKinley and Ralston, the U.S. Davis Cup heroes, go against two Eastern c o l l e g i a n s . Chauncey Steele, 3rd, of Cambridge, Mass., and Harvard, and Keith Jennings o[ New Car.aan, Conn., and Princeton. Champs Fuvored Osuna. and Palafox. the Wimbledon champs and the defenders Omaha Captures Legion Tourney SAUNA. Kan. (AP) - Omaha, Neb., won the American Legion region six baseball championship here Wednesday night. Omaha, downed St. Paul, Minn.. 4-3, scoring three unearned runs, in the fifth inning. A dropped third strike by St. i here, are matched against 20-year- Paul catcher John Murray started | old Jimmy Parker, a Rice student the rally after rwo were out. A from Creve Coeur. Mo., and Jim Buck, a USC grad from Los Angeles. A famous tennis family will be represented in the match against Australians Margaret Smith and Robyn Ebbera. who broke Hard and Bueno's 20-toumament streak last Sunday. Opponents for Hard and Eueno are the Los Angeles team of Kat'ny Blake and Kathy Barter. walk, a single and lowed, a triple fol- St. Paul third baseman Tom Goswitz emerged as batting champion of the tournament with 10 hits m 21 at bats for a percentage of .476. Omaha earned a trip to Keene. 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