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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Monday, August 26, 1963 f J co .. Ii.a-.Um ,1. St. Louis 1 .'hi'AKu 'A, Xcw York 1 'hiladi'lphln, 1. PiiisbureK 2. 11 Innlnzs KATUKIVXY'S RESULTS Sfw York. ~\ ChlcftKO fl ·inn Km n els CG -1. Clnclnnnll 3. 3.1 Viisbuiyh 7. rhlliuMphla 0, nich: ''·?im*lo:i 4. Si. toul.i 0. nlpht 'Milwaukee TM. LI n AnjiflCS I, nlthl TOIIAYS CAMKS i! L'lLii.i iRj-onllo M-S Al ?Jiii Franci (Marietta! iP-fi' ATilwnUrcr* 1 (Ki'nc.K-y S'-SI At Houston · Johnson 6-17. rtljjhl rsnnnnnil "T*KK' 35-1I) fit I-oi Angeles ,Dry*dale 16-14), nlshL .NVw Vork nl Pittsburgh. r.ishi Philmlelphia M ChlcnRo ·Milwaukee m Hoivlon. nifjht ·Cincinnati ni Los AflEtMrs. nlsht St. Loui* M m Kmnciseo. nliiht Sunday's Box Scores A M K K I C A N Won S3 46 37 . 71 71 Ixisl I'ei. Rf-hlnd ,513 -.MS 114 W .SM 12 BO .545 124 61 W S7 47 M l n n e o m ''. Kiilllmyrc 3. 10 Innmjrs ·Di-lri'll 11-1. K.-insKS Cliy 5-3 Rovton ^-1. Clevvlnnd 3-2. second Ernri rnninvs Whh:nklon 4. Lo Anfrelos 1 Nc« York 4-1. ChlraKO p-2. teC'-'nd K V\1TK1.\VS HKSUI.1S Ni-w York 3. ChlniKD 0 K^n^ns Cl!y 3, 15 Innings Los '^MH j. Baliimore 0. nl£hL T\H».\YS CAMK^ i^oifi ' S l l k i m h n 1J-1.1 nnd Knnl 1(^-P^ i ^\'K^nln^;l.7l 'Cheney SS nnfi Rldilk AnKi'lo 1 - HI Delmli. nlsrhl -ftKu nl Cli-velnrul, niis-hl sn 1 . C':i\ f,: ruilllmor*. nlpht !on «l N*n\' Yr-rk, 2. wf-nllf Llftm,". scin-duleri American League .MINNESOTA HALTI.MOIIE nl r h bl nb r n bl Rolllnj Ih M 1 15 Apnrlclo si 5 1 2 0 Power Ib S 1 : 1 Snydf r cC-U n o i l Hull. cf-U - 1 0 1 1 PBivoll 1Mb 4 0 0 0 Kllk'lnw IT 1 0 3 OOi-slnci c - 1 0 1 1 dGrccn cf U 1 0 OBmndl rt 4 0 0 0 Allison rt 5 0 1 IGcnlMo 30 2 1 1 0 BlMli'.v c 4 1 3 2nSavorine cf U U 0 0 Vi-rsailfj ss 5 0 1 OcJohnson Hi 1 0 0 0 Allivi 2ti -I 1 1 0 Hoblnson 3b ! 0 ] 0 Pnscual p 3 0 2 OAilnlr 2b -I 1 '2 0 Biirbcr p 3 0 0 0 usmllh 1 0 0 0 Miller p 0 0 0 0 eVjili-nllne 1 0 U 0 VntaiU 30 S 13 J ToliiH 37 3 111 '-' ft--Him for GenUlp In Stli: 1--Grounded out for Barbtr In Slh: c--S:mck out for Snvi'i-inc In Oth: M--Ran for k'illcbrcw in 30ih; c--Struck oui lor Millet 1 In 10th. Mlnnr^ntn -- 010 01HI 200 2--."i lliiltlnHin* _ _ - . (1211 IW1 UKI II--3 £--Vor'yiMcs, Power, PO-.A--RAlllrr.ore 30-16, Minnesota 30-13. DP--Rollins. Allun nnd Pnivcr: Rollins, SltL-y nnd PoKTr; Robinson, Adnlr nnd Johnaon. LOB--Minnesota S, BAlUir.urc 12. 2B--Pa-scuill. Robinson. Bnttey, Power. RR--BnltW, S--Hull. SF--Snydcr. ir u K K H B H S O Barter S 10 3 3 u -I Miller L. 4-S 2 3 2 2 3 3 Pucual \v. 1-6 .10 30 J 1 7 s \VP~Sarbrr. U--Nnpp, Hnnochlck. Rice. Snlcrno, T--3:03, A--tt.023. ;Flr»t finmr CHICAGO NKW VultK !\b r ll nl nl r h bl U-Uih-jrrr c: 1 U U 0 Kullrit « 4 1 1 2 1 Roliln.son r t ' 0 0 ORIch'son - b MrhoKon If I o 1 0 Trcsll ef Lt-mon Ib . 1 0 0 0 Ho-.*7ird c Ward jb 3 0 0 0 Lipr/ T Hnnsi»n ss 3 0 1 0 r-i-pliont: Hi \v'ol.« 2ti 3 0 0 O B I n n c h ' d :t Cnm-rn c 3 0 0 0 Heed r t Fizarm p 3 0 0 0 Llnz ?h aUtntll* 3 0 0 0 Downing p Rrrnrmn P II II 0 0 1t|ilK 30 II I II TllklU 20 I 6 4 n--Slruck out for PLain-o In Slh. CW'-nco TliO IHW I*'!'--"J »w York _.- m i l IH)I U.T--l E-Kulvk. PO-A-Ch!ci\RO 21-7: Ni-w York 3T-4. DP-Wel.i nnd Hiuijen. LOB-- Chic-npl 4, Nrw Vork \ 2B--Lnprz. Kubek. Hn--HowiuM 2. ir it it En HK so PIVJIITO L . 1J-S . . . 7 5 3 3 1 7 Brrannn 1 1 1 1 0 I 1 Don-nine W, 10-1 .. S : U 0 1 13 Rnlk Downing. U--Olmum, Slrvens. Smith. TCunzu. T--1:S6. iSwtiml 5;mif CHICAGO NKW YORK nh r h hi u l i r h W Ijindis et 5 (1 0 0 Kubvk »s : 0 2 H 1 n 0 0 Rlrhdson 2b 5 n i o Pearson Fr-eRosI s* Wagner 1' Torres 3b Monui 2b RodEors c eSad'ski c Thomas Ib Koppe rf Oslr.sk! p Fo.viack p Fowler p nKoslro Sprtlic p 3'ttlilK UlS ANCEUiS WASHINGTON . ' n b r l i b l nil r ll 111 cl - 1 1 2 0 BlaVnmc 2 b 4 1 3 0 3 0 2 0Phillips .Ib 4 1 1 2 4 0 1 I H l n t o n I t 4 0 2 0 4 0 1 0 KlnB r f · 4 1 2 1 · 1 0 1 0 Lock cf 1 0 2 0 3 0 1 OZlmmtr 3b 3 D 0 n 1 0 0 0 Relzf r e 4 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 Brtr.ktrmn SS 3 0 1 1 4 0 0 OOslren p 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 1 B 1 Tonil 33 1 12 4 a--Slruck out, lor Fowler In sixth. I/is . Anjcdr* ..-- , --. 1110 (XXI Win--3 M'lishliictiin _ _ _ , (Kfl IKSI 111*--1 E--Brtnkmnn. Foytack. PO-A--Los An- Ci-lcs 24-9, \Vashln;lon 27.-10. DP--Oslnskl, Frocosl and Tliomns: Brlnkrr.nn mid BltLS- liii,Time. Phillips-; Tom's one: Thomas: Blnslnpime. Brlnkman find Phillips. LOB --liOS Anpeles 7, Washlncton 6. 2B-- Pearson, rtclzcr. 11R - Phillips, Kfnc. S--Kreirosl. Zlmmcr. . If ll )t Jilt Bit saj xOsln.sk! !., 7-6 ... 5 S 3 3 I) 3 yFoywck 0 . 1 0 0 0 0 Fowler 1 0 0 0 0 1 Oslcon W.""V-io"-_- 5 S 1 1 0 4 x--Filched..10 on» mnn In 5lh. y--Pitched to uvo mtm In 6th. HBP--By Oilqrn (ITiomiLl). PB--Rtl- National League Flood' cT Javier. 2b While Ib . Bovcr 3li Allmnn rf Juries U SHwuLskl c Shnnlr. p cKolb .Mnxvill JK cGroai ss Bun.cUe p l\Musll\l bGlbson Sndcckl p nb r h hi 4 1 2 0 3.0 0 1 3 0 0 1 TO 0 U 3 D U 0 3 0 1 0 3 U 1 0 3 1 2 1 ) 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 KANSAS C1TV IIKTUIllT :il. r h 111 Clmoll rf 6 2 3 1 Rruton cf Causey ss 2 I 1 OMcAullire f. La Russn ss p 0 0 0 Kallnc rf Chnrk-s Jb 5 1 1 II Tlwmns rt Slebern In 1 0 3 3 CulHvlto IT tumpe ;b 5 1 2 1 Cusli Ib " S O I OWer. 3! 3 0 P 0 ·I 0 0 ll 3 3 2 2 4 0 3 0 -I 0 0 J ! .llmenrt If 3 0 0 0 , 0 D 0 0 I LftU c 2 1 1 0 ' SlurdK-nnl 2 0 0 0 " nil r Ii bl 5 1 3 1 1 3 0 0 5 2 1 3 4 1 1 3 ST. LOOIS n l i r h H I 4 0 2 1 Sivingler d 4 ll 0 0 Runnels 2b 4 0 2 0 Wj-.nn U 3 ll o 0 Bnleman 'c 4 0 0 OSUiub Ib ' 4 0 1 0 Wnnvlck r t 5 0 0 OAspro'tc 3b 0 0 0 tILlllls M 1 0 0 OZachary y 2 1 3 OU.-nbrlcht p 2 0 0 0 . 1 0 0 0 a o o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 0 d.McC'n-cr c 3 0 U 0 ToUiU ,1.7 I « 1 Tolill« a--Walked for Bunleltc In 5±; b--Rnn for Muslnl In 3in; c--Grounded om for Mtucvlll In Tlh; d--Struck ou; Tor Sadi-ckl In 7lh; c--Filed oui for Shjiniz In 9lh. St, l/iiils ..-- -- DUO 1110 will--1 Hun-ion _ . - - uua mm mix--a E--SttUTiLfkl, Burdc'.te. PO-A--SL Lnuls 24-5. Houston 2T-8. DP--Mnxvlll. Jnvlcr nnd While. LOB--SL Louis 7. Houston 4. 23--Junes. Llllls, Flood. S--Zachnry. .*F--Runnels, \\ytin. IP H ji ;R«II sn Burdelle 1 . 8-11 . - I - 1 3 0 0 1 ) Sndcckl . 2 2 0 0 0 2 ShonU: .._,, ^ 0 0 0 0 - 1 Zaclinr;- 43.3 5 l J l 5 Ulnbrlclil W, 3-3 . 4 2 - 3 1 II 0 2 n WP--Zaclmrj-. Bulk--Znchnry. U--lmn- trlll. WllllRTTls. Ven2nn,--S:lner. T--1:S*. D, irl/lpw CtAnC Mantle May Be Ready For Series Lawton Netter Houk Adopfs Wflsfef Plasi for M/c ^ ''.OKLAHOMA CITY (AP)--Southpaw Bill Buckley of Oklahoma City upset Bill Higflins Jr. 61 Law- Ion, 3-6, 6-3, 6-3, Sunday and won (.he men's singles title in the Okla- By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YOP.K (AP)-- Under the New York Yankees' master plan, Mickey Mantle will do little or no playing the rest of the season -but will devote Lhe last. live weeks lo getting himself into prime con- the WorM Series in Jio:na Closed tennis tournament I'ere. j dilJon tot- Buckley also had a hand in Iwo | October other championships. He teamed. Manager Ralph \vith Wayne Hirst ol Oklahoma City to win the men's doubles title on a default Jj-oni Georjje Counts of Oklahoma City and Arnold Del Gr*co ct 2 0 3 Oi-Yeehan c 5 0 : IStniih 2 b Fischer p Rou-sfleld P Lovrch P I 0 0 1 0 0 0 1/illch p H U 0 II Fra p II 0 0 O G I n d i l l n g p U 5 o -i 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 II 0 : i ) 0 2 l 1 a 0 0 0 0 JI) If Wi-nll p 0 I) II (I llEs«uslan 1 (I 0 I) Tot«l\ 3? 3 i: 4 TimiU 33 11 13 I d a--Slnuli'd Tor Lovrtcli hi 3th: b--Called oui nn slilki-s for \\'VHII In ?tn. Itim-iiN CII.V 013 im i « l -- J IVtmlt I«I3 013 «T-- II E--Jlmi-ne-/. diaries. Cash, Colnvlio. PO-,\-Knn.as Cl-.y 24-15. Dolrolt 27-1J. DP--CHUM-V, Lumpe snd Slulvm: Cpunry. Slrbrm. iJiu ar.d Churles LOB--Kansas Cliy H. Prtroll !. 2H--Chnrlrs. HR -- Clmnll. Colnvllo, Cn-.h. Kullne. SB-Bniion. II II Kll IIB S" cisoiy.VATi SA\ i nh r l i M R.W. 2b 4 2 2 2 FCuein Carper rt 4 1 1 0 Wilier 3 Pinsnn cf J 1 0 O.MnCovey llnlllnson If 4 1 1 4 Mnys cf - 0 0 0 I Pnvpl ' l '' il Jb 2 0 3 OCi-p'edn Ib J ' bColemiin Ib 3 0 0 OAlou r t WortVlnn p 1 0 [1 OBiilley c Edunrds c 4 3,3 I P u c a n ss Gird'jnas ss 4 0 II n Buwm«ji s Kaskn 3b 3 1 1 .|l Plrrcc p Nu.ihnl! ]i 3 0 II BPi-rrj' p Znnnl p 0 0 0 u d L a r k c r nWnlers ; 3 1 0 Jjiy p 0 0 0 II cK«uch Ib 1 0 3 ( I TM«I* 1U S !l 7 Tnlnk a--Singled fur Zannl in tjth; b~G:rouni|- ed nut .'a:- P i i v i f i i c h In 7th: c--Slnelirl .'nr Jay In «lh: d--Walked ror Tern' In i Wnrt jb .vi.:holson If H'lhb-zc:- cf l l 1 OTresb c( MeCmw Ih G 0 2 0 How.-vrd c Robinson rt 5 0 T l Lopez If S 1 2 0 Pi-pllonr rf 5 0 2 1 Brtsht Ib r'"x 2h 5 0 0 II Llnv. 3h Hunsen ss 4 ll 1 0 Willliun* p bWeK s n o O O H n m l l l o n p Mhr.lil c. 4 0 0 0 cMhnlift Prters p 4 ll 2 0 Toinlk 4 J II 2 Tmnls 3 o n o 2 0 0 0 ) 4 3 2 0 ! 5 0 0 0 ' 5 ll tl 0 5 0 1 1 ·l ii o o ; 0 n o o ! 1 0 0 0 I :i! 1 H I ; In ruli: : *ni Lm'rlcn \VjiMl Azulrre Lnllch V'nx W. *;-4 Gi.iddini: HBP Ey Fix Knn. McKlnlry. 3 1-3 . 2 2-3 1 1 . 2 2-3 2-3 5 2-3 ah r h M ·I J 0 0 5 0 1 0 S i l l ) 4 ! 3 3 ·I J .' H 3.1 1 0 4 1 J 2 3 0 0 1 1 I) 0 0 2 0 1 0 J 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fl fl CliH-l mil Short of Clinton. Then Buckley and Barbara Taylor of Oklahoma City beat Hirst and Patty Bowles of Oklahoma City, G-3, G-1, for the mixed doubles crown. Mike Beard ol Tulsa was the only other double-winner Sunday, j Beard defeated David Bryant o[ j McAlester, 5-T, 6-2. G-2, for the | boys 18-and-iinder singles title, ! Ada to beat Roger Dabnoy of Oklahoma City and Bryanl, 10-S, 7-5, [or Lhe boys 18-and-under doubles titie. Francoise Toupct of Oklahoma City defealed Marcia Anders of Midwest Cily, G-3, 9-7. for the women's singles crown and Sheryl Bai-ger of Ponca City took the girls 18-and-under singles, crushing Phyllis Reynolds of Oklahoma City, 6-1, 6-1. Mike Pace of. Muskopee and Randy Matthews of Tulsa heat Charles Meek of Ponca City and Glen Mulli/is of Lawlon. G-2, 6-8. G^, for Ihe championship. Houk said as much in an interview \vii.h The Associated Press today concerning Mantle's future. "I'd like lor Mantle to play a little in September," Houk said, "and there is a possibility that he may. However, J am not going to take any chances with that loose cartilege of his. "It's there and it can pop at any time ... just by getting out of the duRout, even. "Frankly, T am more interested Mantle has appeared as a pinch i "The idea is to have him hit hitter seven times during his con- I under as close to game conditions valescent period. He hit safely as possible--not knowing in ad- only once but that was a speciac- ular game-tying home run against I Baltimore on Aug. -1, his first ap-! pearance at the plate since his | mishap two months before. i "People ask me why I don't | play Mantle now," said Houk. ' "He gets in there as a p i n c h ! hitter after two months on the , sidelines and hits a home run. But i let's face it. He's rusty. He hasn't faced major league pitching regularly in nearly three months." To get the rusliness out of World Series. This is my prime objective, my master plan." Mnntle, except for several pinch hit appearances, has been out of Lhe Yankee lineup since June 5. when he broke a bone in his left foot climbing the center field wall in Baltimore's Municipal Stadium. He was hitting .308 at the time. The foot has healed, but another injury in the form of a loose cartilege in his left knee was discovered in the meantime. This is whal has kept the Yankees' siege gun oui of ihe line-up. "Naturally I'd love to have boy 16-and-under | Mantle in tiie line-up," said Houk. ' "But he's sirr.ply not ready. There eyes attuned once again to big league pitching Houk has hit. upon a novel nla.i. "If he can not play," Houk said, "the next best thing for me to do is to pick out certain days and let him take extended batting practice against left and : right-handed pitching. ' ' vanct the -kind it pitch thai is being thrown to him, They call iheir own pitches in regular batting practice. This way. i! he can not play any more during the regular season, at least I know he'll be ready for the World Se- The loose cartilege doesn't bother Mantle's hitting excc-pi when he tries to run. Will a wimer operation be necessary for the removal of the torn cartilegc? "I'd say there's a darn good chance," replied Houk. · OFFICE SUPPLIES · OFFICE FURNITURE Desks . Chairs - Files McCord's TE £L 511 C Avenn* Dial El. 5-2079 Frn ,. iiin inn imi--n KnutriM-o .., _. i,;ts IM) uj:». 5--Knski PO-A-- cinciimnii Dfl Gr^ol. U--Cnrri- Chylak. Haller. T--3:04. IM'tltN ATIO.V.M, I.KAfiLK MIKTHKK.X II\'IMO\ ^\'on l^»Hl Prt, se ...... 7fi 5S .Mr- lw ....... 71 7; ..V*l .......... 70 70 .VTO Cnlumlnis Jnrksonvillr 70 M JfO 7! .^9 1IYIS|O l^-sl I'vl. (71 ,55S ·iL' ^M fi7 .?i2. I P- .M7 .375 RVSL-LTS VESTKRnAVS Eurr^lo Id. Jh,-k?;iln^ll[p 7 Richm^rtri ^'. TiiY,:nn ] A l l h n r H 2-1. C"!umhus 1-R RrK.-he'iU'r fi-o. Syrnruse 3-4, rir J 2 inninyv I/illun«p.,IK 2. Arhiin«j)« 1. n VATi:Kn\^'',s Kbl*I.TS jMcksnnMll,- 1. HuJfnlo 0 r.lchmor.d 6, T.ironlo .· Ct'lumliu ,·. A l l n n l A 0 S.vmeu.ie S, XiX'Viler .1 ArkhnsH.\ i. lnHnnhpoll5 2 13 I TOIAYS a*M KS h--(irounded oui for Landl* j b-- ftjin 1or H«ns«-n in 1UV. ir--Oi-ourtxS^d ! out for Tfimilion In 12lh ! ctdrntn Illfl mm {KH (VII-- t 1 : New York lion (Hin IIKI (KH»-- t · Yfi'rk 36-H. DP--Hnnsen and Mr-Cmw: ! lira, nnrt artxhl; Williams. Howard nnd i Erlshl. LOB-Chli-»*o 12. N»- Vork ,V ! 2B--Ward 2. Nicholson 2. 5R--Lop^z. SB--Robin^i^n. McCraiv, S--Lop^A Tresh. 1 i SK--Robln.-mn. . IT- II K HII Kll .S'l Purrs W . 15-S . 1 2 6 1 1 3 * Williams L, 7-4 .Jll-311 2 2 .1 9 | Hhmllion . . 2-3 0 0 n 1 (i HBr--By Pfim iHw»rd: Bv tt'll-. ! Hums iPcliT^i. V -- SlrvHiis. Smllh, I Runce. DlMum. T-3:?6. A-41.646. I Cameron Continued From Pace 12 ft! Buffrtlr- m A l l n n l h Cilurnlius HI ArkHrvw* 1 : Ilu-hmond RI Symt-usf Toronto m Rcn-hpsier p.*nnr ri\ST i NOKTIIKHN ni\- Von I., HHP-- By P Ipy. ChylAk. A-- 12,!HO. ! Gcir-r cf Jb Siu.irt Cllnlor ·'.', 111, in Ciry . 1. Worth S«li Uikc Denver ' Cfly 3-5 Thro Wnnh 6- Clly J. Sail Sptkwne (i 74 . .46.^ KKS11/IS Denver 2-0 "ijikr Clrj- . s*,;i LM'^ City 4. DnllRs-Fort World Denver T Simile 3. Tortltind 0 Spokane 31. Hnwiill B Yr.rk Rc/idinjr Biiiirhumtun · ....... 71 ______ 67 SS .4-15 l»it I'n. Hrhlnd S5 .58- -S- .SMI I BO ,5 .I 6S n 711 r.Esuias Flmlrn 5. Ch.-irli-ston 4 EinChjiml'in 4. rienillru; 2 Spring-field ?-4. Vnrk d-fl SATUnilAV'S It^t'LTS Cliftrleslon 3, Elmlrn 2 T^i-Hdlns 4 Elnirhumion 2 Sprini-fliOd E. Vork 3 the squad into 'black 1 and 'ffold' uniis for scrimrnaces 10 shosv how we're dointr," Monty said. Retunving letlcmton include end Charles Parsley of Mai-low; tackle' HOSTOX Jim Poolc of Ferriday. Ui.l guards Dan Dieck of \VaukejRnn, i 111.; and Butch Forgiono o( North i-.-i. «fhind Brook, P.I.; halfbacks Eyrl Hum TS, ^ . . o[ Lftwton: JCITJ- Grove ol \\'\-nnc- 4M ifta wood; and Mel Robinson of fthaca. !«i 22 |N. Y.: and fullback Tommy Bell J5i nu i of Oklahoma City Southeast. 1-1-1. Hriiind ; James Lee Oliver, a stellar frosh 5?,1 ~, - ha-l'Tback Irom Corpus Chrisli, Tex., who started last year, hasn't checked out equipment. Three of the holdovrr Iciiormeni j^, --Poolc. Week and Forjn'onc--are i n--s veterans ot Cameron's national r°£ w championship powerhouse of 1961. | IM^I That unbeaten crew whipped Bak- ~ - ersfield, Calif.. 2S-20, in the Junior R.OSC Bwvl classic at Pasadena, Calif. Grove, high-stepping halfback on Cameron's 1959 team, is also r e - ' " porting for drills. Grove started J^^ll'", as a freshman that season, but tore up a knee in the seventh game against Murray and spent over six monrhs in the hospital. The spunky haliback entered school again lasi spring and hopes ; to stage a football comeback. He j BOSTON was running strongly this morn: sj^mpj ^ fiiinii- KANSAS C1TV DKTHOIT ah r h hJ nh r h 111 TnrtMull cf ^ ] - 0 Brutcn nf 2 1 0 0 Clmoll rt n 1 O.Mi-AulUff .« 3 1 1 3 Si'ltm-ii Ib 0 0 0 K n l l n r rf t 0 1 0 JlrifHB-. IT 4 1 3 2 Cnlnvllv If 0 I « Lump- 3b 0 0 0 Cash Ib 1 0 (J Cl---.rl.-i Jb A 1 1 3 Phillip! 3b 4 0 2 1 ) Uu c 4 0 1 1 Trtamlcn c J 0 (l n Ln Ru«a M 2 0 0 OSmlUi 21) . 1 1 0 1 bEdivanLi 1 n 0 onunnlnj: p 3 It 0 H Pi-nn p 2 H 0 OGIiuldlnK p 0 0 0 0 rtK-iscRlnn 1 n n n Hownlh-ld p 0 0 0 0 Tnuils HJ 3 ' :i Y.rtnU V * * 4 n-- Grrtundnl out for P'-nn in c lh: b -- Hll Inio fiircr T*' B J' lor LflKu 1 .^ In °th. Kjm*K^ 'dy ........ · .. Irtl H«l l*n-- ^ IVln.ll .--. .. .......... Ortfl \m OlX -- I E~Bunnlnk p . PO-A-- Kfln'ft* Clly 24-3. l'.roll 27-?. DP-- Tftruibull juiil Lump-, LOB-- K«nMS Cily 5. Detroh ··. SB-- .llmnm. CTinrlr*. PhJlllpi. H R -- MnAullrrc. SB-- McAullffr. S-- Iji llu.vw. Running. ir M n Kit Bn so MP _ _ _ _ _ 7 6 1 4 6 3 ...... 1 0 0 H 0 H ]M3 .«2-3 T 1 3 0 1 ...... W n 0 0 0 0 fT11«ni!t«). I,'-- MrKln. ler Mid PuCHn; Pli-rce. P/imin IwdiL LOH--Clncllllinll 0. Sun Fn 2B--Alou, Knski). Mni^. 5B--III Eihvnrd*, Mnya. Bnlley. Holiln* II " .\Nu\hnll 2 Zflnni 3 Jn- W. 5-1! 2 J'Plrrce ....-_. 5 Perry L. 1-! J x--FUCK] 2 nr-n In y--Fiir-rt 3 men In Slh. WP--Znnnl. U -- Cnnrfm-d. 0 in mi. »nd a- Linda Cearley of Shawnee and j j s j us ; n o way to predict when he Sheryl Barger ol Poncn Cily beat u -m D e. IL might be a week, or Becky Lodlord and Gail Phillips iw0| or it might be thai he won't i 2 _, I of Law-ton. W. G-0, for the girls ! p ] ay at ^\ this season. ; n n i ] 6 and under doubles title. went i II C 3 R 3 3rd. The women's doubles l i l l e to Ellen Scheer and Do -ilo»i'.' % HR--j o( Oklahoma Cily, who Iwni Lu- iiin«im. cnna Gorden of Oklahoma Cily 5 K s H " *i i and Linda Cearly of S'lawnpe, 6-1, 216-1, "The foot appears completely o 2 BurkhuM, An ron rt Oliver !b Mi-nKr 31) Mc.Millnii nil r h hi -l n i fiu'iii, FS 4 0 0 !U-,IIIUMn !h 3 n n 0 Mtvin 1[ : 3 1 2 OTrnr-shl 21, 4 0 0 IIT.DnvIs ili-lf 4 0 1 J Huwird rt 2 '1 0 niVnlli rf ,1 tl l OFnlrly Hi 1 0 0 iMV.Dnvl* c 1 n n Domini c 0 0 0 0 Kuufnx p MIIlT p 3? I ft 1 Tnlnli .\M-.KI.KS nit r I, M 4 0 2 0 T1A L, I Howsfleld ' P.unnTni,- W, Orrlrnn T-- H K h r h M 4 1 fl orniiicomn U 3 2 3 1 Klrklnnd r f 5 0 0 n AIM.- 3h 3 2 1 1 A7 4 -u,. e ( 1 2 1 Tnvhy c f 4 1 3 2 »DnVlo Ct 3 0 0 0 Klndull s, VV'nlker p n--Givondfrl oui for sdo*v«kl Mllw-niikf* mm imfl F.--N.-nr. PO-,\--Mlhvnukf-f 24-1J Oui when "-InnlllB run "rnred i L r xe\?* 27-in. DP--Kuiilnx nnd Will- M l l l R n , Bolllni: and Oliver. LOH--l k f p 7, Ly« Ar.ffelr* p. rr. S--S«do«-iid. M.-MlliHii. 4 0 II II II 0 (I ! 4 i i ; ii 5 1 1 Ii 1 I I 0 I 3 0 2 0 ] a n t i ! .1 n i i i 3 0 0 II I ii n u n ! I 2 III 1 ' In =lh. Eichelberger Nabs Kansas Golf Title SALINA f A P ) -- Dnve Eichclbcr- Rer, who ""ill bo a junior a I Oklahoma Sinle Universily Ihis fall, shor a final raund 71 Sunday and won the Henri of Kansas poll tour- narn"iil with a 13-under-par total of 200 for ^ holes. Labron Harris Sr., Eichrlb»r- RO|[ coach nt OSU, and Ted A!l- Mr-. healed, and the knee is gradually Retling better. But il's slow ress. and (here's always n that something mighl hnppon lo set him back. That would o/fsci all of my pla.TS. That's why I can't rush him back into the line-up. "I simply won't be Kosdc-d into Utkinp any unnecessary chances." The lo?s of Mantle was expected lo Kreatly dnmaee the Yankees j chances of repealing as American · League champions. Happily for ] J-iouk njid his men, it hasn't turned out thai way. The Yankees i were in first place by a few pcr- ' centape poinLs but trailed Ihe Ori- j oles by one-half « pame when ; Mickey was sidelined. Gwln of vrichlln, finished one ! Instead ot losing git/und, the stroke behind at 20] to lead the ! Yankees, in an all-oul team ef- professionals in Ihe tourney. ! fort, have spread-eagled the rest Hams birdind the first hole o! | of the Geld. In 1 names without a playoff ami look down top m u n - ' their No. 1 slury;er, Ihe Yankee? ey of SI,000. Gwin got SDOO for j have won 5C and lost 28. a .667 second. ' percentage. How Much Extra Money Would YOU Like To Have Today? Home Owners Consolidate- See The Friendly Home Folks NOW! The friendly home folks at Lav/ton Loan Investment are here to serve you. You'll like our friendly counseling and service. We moke 1st and 2nd Mortgage Loans. Terms to fit your budget. LAWTON LOAN AND INVESTMENT CORP. 1101 C Avenue EL5-9345 IP ... 7 t, s-io .... 3 ( ... P2-i s ... 1-3 n In "In. xSluw L, Knuf^x M l l l r r x--F»« Jinr--By K.mfn.T 'M'nk Formnn. Gorninn, l ^ n d r n 32,137. Allf-n p C11.V 1-3 , dt In 1 Bi-11 r .14 « « T.Hnl. Tor TXshy In 6lh: b--Slnuli'd In 7th; f--RAH for Umwn in d--Fllfd out for Abcrrmthy In Mh. -.ton ino I.^i ftltt--H ^-"limd Ml |IB Oll--.1 K--Slunrl. Alvrrwihy. PO-A -- Boston 27-4. Ovrtund 27.?. LOB--Bonlon 30. i h r h M 3 0 ( I D 4 0 1 1 4 ii n n 4 n (i o 4 : .11 4 II 2 0 -* n n n 2 1 1 2 1 4 n o o 2 1 1 0 " " » " ,.,, ' " . ' . S l c i , Sclioflolrt · \\-n\r [i M c l V n n p Fncc p Blh.i--., Ollv. I7llllim. ii Kit nn .41 ' 3 1 2 2 : 3 1 I n j 0 n i o j 1 1. U--Su-lol. I I T--2:2S. A-- ! nin.viiKl.rillA 0 II tl 0 n i) o o i n n o n : o n d n n n D | 37 3 in 28-- A2CUO, F^TRnronn. Nlxctfl Z ir 37-S S Allrn ..I".".'.'.". ":·! 3 Aivi-niuhy --. 1-3 0 BL-'.I l l \\ r } 1 --Monlxniqucttc. Abt-mnihy. U--Hurley. Fbihcrty. UmonU Volcr.Unt;. T--2:40. AIM*. Alvl». iqivtle 2. H Kll n M M) J 3 3 11 5 5 S 4 0 0 3 : 3 2 3 H o o n i o o n ·'nli r h W 11nll-'y 3li 3 0 n 1 Tuykir 2-.ih vinion ct a ii l ooilu-iHi rf Clemrnlo rf 3 II 1 II G'liiwUv. «-f Lvnch !l J u II llSlrvrn Hi ii-Slsilfll If 0 n n Di-ni^ler 3h 21) 4 0 1 II rCuv'irton If Ifndcn'n Hi 4 H (I 1 AVfrtl] !f S 1 n 11 oiill« r .1 0 1 llilEmrr} 1 II II II ll t'Amriru 31} 3 n n n Wlnr PH 0 0 0 0 Mcl.Kh p Dun-n p i l l r ll III 1 5 .1 I 2 i 5 ii n i); 4 1 1 n j 2 II II I) I J O l n ; 2 II 2 II 4 U 3 t) 2 11 I) 11 u n n n 1 II U 1 r. ii ii n n u n n 2 n l n 3 ii o n n o u n 1 u n n i o n n i Ijvi fS ,343 -GO .32.^ 2 60 .528 2 C! . ,5D« 4« fTT .46? 9^ 73 .4i5 35 TtESCL'JS .Amhrlllo 3. Albuciunnjur 2, 10 Innings Sun Anlinln s. 'IXilsu 5 Austin C, El Puso 2 SATUKIWVS IIKSU1JS TuMi E. Sjm Antonio 3 AlWIln J, El raso 1 Sun Ar.tonlo ..... 6S TU|JI ...... ____ 57 Austin _ ........ 177 El pnso ________ 64 Albuquprquc ... W Amnrlllo ______ r-l There are no lenenman centers . j^bOTTe",!, or quarterbacks on the bulky stunr. ib 'l. nrhinii' s Q'JaJ. However, Montgomery has j g^'^^.j nine candidates for the vital quar- rr * s "" » r h ol 7 0 3 0 ¥*rancona If 7 0 1 1 KlrkLind rr r o a n D«v»!nio ci r n 3 o Aivh :b r 0 2 OAdcocit Ib 'il r h M 7 1 4 2 s 0 ] n 6 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 5 [I 0 0 llivldnnhun TiHjil^ 3fi 2 S 5 TntHl* 4H 4 ji--S:ruck out for Lynch in 41 h: Grounded out for Boo/i?r In 7lh: o--Sin for Rojnn In ^Xh: tl--Announced n* liHller ! for OldU In Sth; r--Hit Inlo fnrcr piny for ' Emt;r' In f-th: r--Popprd out for Durun In Slh, rinj.iniririi mil iwi IIKI ra--2 I'hiiiidi-iiiiiiii -.. IKI i"Xi n i l u:-- E-Dcmncr. PO-A -- PltLilmrch 11-19. ' P h l l m l F l p h l K 33-5. DP--.McLljh, Wine mid j Slcvors; Srho/lrM. Mft7.t-:-oskl Hnd Cli-n- di-non. LOB--Plvj-burch S. Ohllndclphln | ilB--Vi-alr, Miucrmlil. HH--Tnylor, Oil- | ll.wn. SB-Tnylor. S-A«rlll. SF--Bnlli-.v. i If II II K i t I'll Ml Will! 7 4 Hmldlx SOUTH AincvlLlc . Miicon Knoxvllli- .: Clmrlotli- l.KACUE 1S Ijnl 17 111 5s TI4 33 34 3K l-i-l, I .6!* .UK .583 .4D1 !43G .371) .333 UK5ULTS 2vlhcon 3-1. CnuluinuucQ 2-3 ChHrlullf 3-6, A^hrvlllu 11-3 Lynthburc j. AUCU^III 3 Knoxvllte 3-1. .Nu.shvlllp 0-R lerback job vacated by Danny! Returnini; squadmcn who didn't letter last year but developed considerably duri.Tp, Montgomery's fine off-season training program last spring are ends Glenn Xuk- lick of Pittsbursh, Pa.; Burl White of Rush Sprpincs; Je-well Cope of a n d TVin ana Don c.NLxon dMinlllui RadAt2 p 6 0 1 O-delA Hoz !b 3 0 1 0 S O O n BWhJLflfld 1 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 Held 2b 1 0 1 0 Xlndjil! ii D 0 0 OXrallck ? 1 0 0 0 OAZCUf Bell 71 'i.cr L. 3-7 13-3 2 McLuh 1 0 Boo?^- 6 4 . Durcn 1 0 S D (I 0 I B«ld»clmn W. 10-5 .1 3 :-- Fnced throe mt?n In t'.lh. Aternathy 1 1 1 0 5 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 n 0 0 0 0 0 0 l n o n p o o o o 1 0 1 0 0 0 (I 0 ·e : s : 7. in 9th; Jflln; for Breaihwii Snares Trapshoot Crown Jack Brcatmvit of Lnvrton was awarded the .championship at the Keith B. Youns.Testimonial Skeet Shoot, Thr shoot was .held Sunday at the Aero Commander Gun I Club near Yukon. i Breath wit broke 99-100 to de- j feat a field of 12 shooters. Jim ; Prall of Stratford, Connecticut, ·was a close second with 9S-100. Jerry Johnson ot Litwton won his class-championship with a 94300. Donnie Gnskins of Lawton, ·who was entering his second com- petiuvc shoot was a runner-up in Class D. .- · 151 H I TotnK a--Struck out for de IV H l--Fllfd MJ1 for Krallck Jn Sinew for Hcffncr In Oh: d--Pjin -- - - ·· i NlauQ In HXhi t--m«l ou; lor Bell In Poolc, who was selected on the I j^h : r--sinci«l for Abpmaihy 1.1 15111; all-time all-star team for Lhe Jun-! E - K * n " )r How «r '" ^ ior Rose Bcnvl as a freshman j Sl^".!* ""~:;i::: "w va III! iTM oot: tackle lor the Aggies, reported in j E--KindjdL Htfjnrr, stunn. Held. PO- at a. sleek 225 pounds.' He weighed · ^^orWi^cieSnd'^V'S" DP--Kilf during the 1961 Campaign. ( dulL de la Hoz And Adrock:" Alvru.. dc La Hoz and Adctxrk; Ronuino and HfJd, LOB --Boston 13. Clpvdand 10. ' 213--de IP Ho/, llpffnt-r 2. SlURTL HJt-- Frunconn. SB--Hoaiono. S--Hfflner. AK'Jn, Hrld, XlndttlL IP H K KH BB Ml HrXfner ........ n 6 1 1 2 12 7JLa. L. 13-5 _.., 3 1 - 3 3 1 1 1 4 KmJIc* ...._.. 30 S 3 1 3 3 BH1 . ' 2 3 - 0 0 0 3 At*maUiy W , 6-2 · 3 2 0 0 2 5 WP--Hcttntr, U--Flihrrty, L'rnonl. VaJ- "I feel Kj-eat," big .Jim declared after the first workout "I believe I'll be stronger and faster wjtJi 30 ppuads off . . . I just lost it worktop in the oil -field this summer," Pools said. City Pin Results HOIJJAV TWILIGHT J-KAGUK At Holiday Howl HI lud. Gnm*;: Kon Chmlcl 202. Jess o^r 302, Virginia N'elwm ITT. HI Ind. 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