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Poge 6 Orlattba fcrntutfl Monday, Sept. 12, 1955 Indians, Yankees Split; AL Picture Unchanged NEW YORK Un Scoring the winning run on a wild pitch by Whitey Ford, the embattled Cleveland Indians rallied to defeat New York, 3-2, yesterday and wrench a hard-earned split after the Yankees had won the opener of the pressure-packed doubleheader, 6-1. A spectacular game-ending catch by Hoot Evers saved the nightcap for the Indians. The even break, witnessed by a roaring near-capacily crowd of 65,310 paying customers, preserv ed the first place Indians' game and a half lead over the Yankees. It Was the last meeting of the year between the two top contenders, with the Indians capturing the overall series, 13 games to nine. The Indians were within five outs of a double defeat and the loss of their hold on first place when they staged their game-saving rally in the eighth inning. The Yankees, behind the brilliant four-hit pitching of Tommy Byrne, and the hitting of Hank Bauer, Yogi Berra and Joe Collins, had captured the opener to inch within a-half game of the lead and seemed to have the second game well in hand behind the stout hurling of Ford. The ace Yankee southpaw retired Al Smith to open the eighth, but Bobby Avila, whose homer had accounted for Cleveland's only run in the first game, came through again. He swung at the first pitch and crashed it deep into the left field stands and the score was tied at 2-2. Before Ford could recover, Hoot Evers smacked a double to third on Larry Doby's forceout. Ralph Kiner was at bat when Ford's second pitch bounced In front of the plate and skipped past Berra all the way to the fence. Evers easily crossed the plate with what proved to be the winning run. YANKS REACH MOSSI It wasn't over, however. The Yankees, suddenly finding themselves behind for the first time during the long afterooon, battled back against left Don Mossi, who had taken over in the seventh after starter Herb Score had bowed out for a fruitless pinch-hitter. PENNAN T AT STAKE Cleveland right fielder Gene Woodling above finds Yankee shortstop Phil Rizzuto waiting with the ball on his unsuccessful attempt to steal second in the first inning of yesterday's crucial opener. Umpire is Joe Paparella. At right, Indian pitcher Early Wynn winns face to first despite Rizzuto's slide into base. The Scooter was out on a bunt to Al Rosen not shown in the second inning. Backing up the play is second baseman Bobby Avila. Umpire is Ed Rommel. AP Wirephotos Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. B'hd Iff Cl.vtl.nd 88 55 .415 11 Nftvv York U 54 .608 IVi 12 Chicago 84 58 .592 3Vi 12 Boston 81 60 .574 6 13 Detroit 72 71 .503 16 11 Kantas City 59 83 .415 28Vi 12 Washington 50 89 .360 36 15 Baltimore 45 93 .326 40Vi 16 Rtsults Yoitorday Now York 6-2, Cltvolind 14 Boston 6-2, Chicago 2-7 D.frolr 8-0, Washington 0-1 ' Kansas City 4-2, Baltimore 3-4 Camts Today No gamos scheduled. Brooklyn Milwaukoo Now York Philadelphia Cincinnati Chicago St. Louis Pittsburgh NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet Bh'd Lft 93 49 .65$ 11 80 64 .556 14 10 73 69 .514 20 12 72 73 .497 22tt 9 72 75 .490 23Vi 7 69 76 .476 J5V 8 60 81 .426 32Va 13 55 87 .387 38 12 Rtsults Ytstorday Cincinnati 9 5, Brooklyn 0-3 Chicago 7, Now York 5 St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 5 Milwaukoo 5-9, Philadelphia 4-1 Gamos Todv Pittsburgh at St. Loult night Donoso 13-4 vs Haddix 12-15 Only gamo scheduled INTERNATIONAL PLAYOFF Toronto a, Havana 1 (Toronto Itadt best-of-eeven series, J-1) Montreal at Rochester ppd rain (Rochester leads bsitof -seven Hrm, S-l) - AMERICAN ASSN. PLAYOFF Lauiivilla 1, Omaha i (lest-of-seven eemifmat eeriee tied. 2-1. Minneapolis yon other semifinal evor Oonver, 4-0) Trabert Routs Rosewall To Win National Title; Ponders Pro Offer SOUTHERN ASSN. PLAYOFF ChattanotMU ft, irmingham 4 (irminfl- ham ldt tMit-of'Mvtn -. 1-2) Rfttmphis 4. Mobil 3 (Mobilt adi btit- ef-itvan ttritt. 3.2 I Eagles Trip Steelers : On Recovered Fumble PITTSBURGH -W- Fullback Ralph Goldston's 55-yard touchdown run with a recovered fumble helped the Philadelphia Eagles to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 24-20, yesterday In a National Football League exhibition game. Goldston's long run came in the third quarter. He scooped the ball up after Steeler rookie Sid Watson fumbled a punt. Pete Pihos and Ted Wegcrt accounted for two more Eagle touchdowns. Bobby Walston converted after each score and kicked a field goal in the final period, not r a 14 i j iteolera O 11 O 720 Eaolee ecortno Touchdowns: Pihot (21-yd eaw from Thomaton), Woqort 3 run) Oolditnn (SS, run with fumblo) F'ld Ooali Waliton. Convtrtiom: W Hilton 3. ttoalor icorino Touchdown: Roeol 1. eluneo). Chandnoio Ul-yd eatt from Ftnhi), Motlty (1, run), Convortionil Michalik a. FOREST HILLS, N. Y. UP) Tony Trabert completed a tennis "triple slam" with a crushing 9-7, 6-3, 6-3 victory over Australia's Ken Rosewall for the national championship yesterday, then began pondering a $75,000 offer to turn pro. In adding the U. S. title to his Wimbledon and French crowns, the 25 year - old Cincinnatian scored a tournament sweep unparalleled by an amateur since Don Budge captured the three, plus the Australian, back in 1938. Rosewall, Trabert's almost helpless victim yesterday, is holder of the Australian cham pionship. Doris Hart of Coral Gables, successfully defended her women's championship with a 6-4, 6-2 decision over Pat Ward, a five-foot-eight, 145-pound British girl who became the first representative of her country in 24 years to gain the American final. KRAMER WANTS HIM In the West Side Tennis Club's marquee, promoter Jack Kramer, desperate for a new tennis road show, licked his lips and said: "Trabert Is the most salable ilem in the game today. I want him. I'll definitely talk to him Consolo Joins Bosox BOSTON OTV The Boston Red Sox yesterday announced that in- fieldcr Billy Consolo, who spent the season with Oakland in the Pacific Coast League, will join the parent club today or Tuesday. Americans Sweep European Meet PARIS w- Five American Athletes ran off with six of the seven events they entered In an International track and field meet yesterday, completely outclassing their European opponents. The Americans ruled the sprints and middle distance races and the pole vault. And in the only event the U. S. entries lost, Joe Lapierre of Washington D. C, brought the crowd to its feet with a tremendous finish against Olympic champion Josey Barthel of Luxembourg in the 1,500 meters. Pierre and Barthel both were clocked in three minutes, 50.2 seconds for the distance, with Barthel lunging across just ahead of the American. Rod Richards, former University of California sprinter, won both the 100 meters and the 200 meters. He was timed in "10.6 for the 100. yJ ,.-, . lc J - - ". . - ' .. t. and make him an offer." Trabert' hardly sweating from his straight-set triumph under threatening skies and before a crowd of 8,000, said : - "I haven't been made a definite ' offer yet. But I'll listen." The former University of Cincinnati athlete is said to be receptive to a pro bid. Kramer re portedly is ready to offer him a $75,000 guarantee. In smashing Rosewall's bril liant backcourt marksmanship with tremendous power, Trabert restored for America and himself some of the tennis prestige lost in Australia recent 5-0 Davis Cup rout. On successive days, his rocket service and slashing net game cut down both of Australia's young Davis Cup aces. In the semifinals Saturday, Trabert defeated Lewis Hoad, his conqueror in the Davis Cup, 6-4, 6-2, 6-1. APPLIES PRESSURE After the deuced first set, when double-faults and faulty volleying cost him two service breaks, Trabert turned on the steam, and Rosewall's game collapsed under the terrific pressure. Trabert cracked Rosewall at love in the ninth game of the sec ond set and reeled off the first three games of the third set with the loss of only two points. The first and third games were won on service at love. Rosewall, the score 2-4 against him, mustered a brief rally to break Trabert's delivery in the seventh game, but the American re-broke in the eighth at love when Rosewall made three bad volleying errors and Tony scored with a zipping cross shot which left the little Aussie gaping. Miss Hart and Vic Seixas won the mixed doubles for the third year in a row, beating Shirley Fry of St. Petersburg, and Gard- nar Mulloy of Denver, 7-5, 5-7, 6-2. It's the fifth straight mixed doubles crown for Miss Hart, who previously teamed with Frank Sedgman. PENNANT RACE AT A GLANCE Ml Tht Aisociated Praia W L Pet. Behind CUvoland SS 55 .615 Now York ....SS 5 .60S Vfi Chicago 14 5 .59 3' Bolton 61 60 U Remaining gamos: Cleveland (11): Homo (3) Detroit (3), Sept. 16, 17, 16. Away (S) Chicago (J), Sept, 30, 21; Washington (3), Sept. 13, 13, 14; Detroit (3), Sept. 23, 24, 35. Niw York (13): Homo (5) Boston (I), Sept. 16, 17, 18; Detroit (2), Sept. 13, 14. Away (7) Boston (4), Sept. 23, 23, 24, 25; Washington (3), Sept. 19, 20, 21. Chicago (12): Horn (3) Cleveland (2), Sept. 20, 21; Kansas City (3), Sept. 23, 24, 25. Away (7) Kansas City (3), Sept. It, 17, 18; Baltimore (4), Sept. 13, 13, 14, 14. Boston (13): Horn (10) New York (4), Sept. 23, 23, 24, 25; Baltimore (3), Sept. 20, 20, 21; Kansas City (3), Sept. 13, 13, 14. Away (3) New York (3), Sept. It, 17, 18. Suggs Retains Lead In St. Louis Open ST. LOUIS W) Louise Suggs of Sea Island, Ga., retained her lead yesterday in the $5,000 St. Louis Women's Open Golf Tournament, holding off a strong challenge by Patty Berg of St. Andrews, 111., with herthird straight round of sub par golf. Miss Suggs, with an eight-under-par 217, holds a three stroke lead over Miss Berg, who had moved within one stroke with a two-under 34 on the first nine holes, while her rival had a 38. SULLIVAN, JOHNSON POST VICTORIES Red Sox Grab Opener, Chisox Cop 2d BOSTON CD Chicago remained on the fringe of the American League pennant picture yesterday by defeating the Boston Red Sox, 7-2, in the The top scorers: Louise Suggs Patty Berg Mary Lena Faulk Betty Jameson Alice Bauer Betty Bawls Gloria Armstrong Beverly Hanson .... Betty Hicks Pay Crocker . Marilynn Smith Betty Bush Joyce Zisko Bonnit Randolph Mickey Wright x-Nan Berry X'QIoria Pecht ..... Diano Oarrett ..... Peqgy Kirk x-Mrs. Ray Swarti x Denotes amateur. 71-72-74217 68-80-72220 76-72-73221 73-74-76223 81-71-74226 73-79-75 22 75-78-78231 77-75-79231 ....77-79-77233 76-79-78233 83-74-76233 73-81-78234 79-74-82235 76-78-83237 78-77-83238 78-84-77239 81- 79-80240 82- 79-81242 88-81-76245 84-79 89 252 BRYAN POSTS 1O0-MILC MARK LANOHORNE. Pa. (AP) National champion Jimmy Bryan breesed to s unofficial 100-mlle world's record for sprint cars yesterday at an average speed of 10173 miles an hour In tht AAA East-Weal. Championship at Lan-horne Speedway. YOU BE THE QUARTERBACK By WABREX GAEB Mmt rtttkaJJ Costa. Bnka ValTanltf : Four California alumni get together at the club after the Pitt game and discuss the Golden Bear quarterback's call on a decisive pass play. In the fourth quarter with the score tied 21-21, California had the ball, fourth down and six on the Pitt 18-yard line in the center of the field. Two minutes remained to play. Pitt was in a 4-4-2-1 defense four linemen, four linebackers, two halfbacks, safety. The Bear alum of class '08 insists the proper call was a quick pass to an end just over the scrimmage line. The '16 alumnus holds out for a wrinkle pass (California's star end fakes to the outside and turns in 10 yards over the line of scrimmage. The alum of '24 feels a break pass Ithe end runs straight down the field and breaks sharply to the outside had the best chance. The Bear of '35 votes for an out-ana flown pass a back turns out toward the sideline and then breaks far down the field. You be the quarterback. Rate these plays 1, 2, S and 4 for this spot: ' Wrinkle pass 'Quick pass . Break pass Out-and down pass ! Answer on Page 8 , n i. - - i TRABERT TITLE-BOUND Tony Trabert strides netward to return a drive by Australia's Ken Rosewall background during the first set of their national tennis championship final at West Side Tennis Club yesterday. The Cincinnatian won the title by whipping the young Aussie, 9-7, 6-3, 6-3. AP Wirephoto Lane's Tenure Now Uncertain CHICAGO UP) Sports columnist Warren Brown of the Chicago American says that Frank Lane, general manager of the Chicago White Sox, will soon quit. Brown, who covers the White Sox for the American, mentioned the recent squabble Lane had with American League Pres. Will Harridge, umpire-in-chief Cal Hubbard and others in which Lane was fined $500 by Commr. Ford Frick. Lane protested the ousting of catcher Sherman Lollar from a game by umpire Larry Napp in what was considered language unfit to print. Comiskey, Sox vice president, was quoted at great length that Lane's conduct was unexcusable. Comiskey also said Lane could remain with the club "if he wanted to." "That," said Brown, "was the beginning of the end." LANE DISPLEASED When Comiskey's statement about staying with the club was relayed to Lane, frantic Frank replied "that's real big of him, isn't it." Meantime, the Chicago Sun-Times quoted Lane in Boston as saying, "I have not tendered my resignation, but I don't know how much more of this I can take without blowing up." Lane 'added, the newspaper said, that "Chuck Comiskey has taken every opportunity to ridicule me and, frankly, I'm getting fed up with the whole business." "Comiskey knew before I did why I was being called on the carpet before Frick last week," Lane was quoted as saying. "Frick told me he had talked to Comiskey about my conduct the night I told Will Harridge what I thought about the umpiring in this league. RAPS FRICK TOO "You see, that's the way Frick operates. He always gets theac ceptance of the owners before he does anything like that. That keeps him in the clear with them and his wb is safe." "I'd hate to leave Chicago," Lane was quoted as adding. "The fans have been wonderful and Mrs. Grace Comiskey White Sox president has been eminent ly fair, loyal and co-operative." Chuck Comiskey told the Sun Times that he thought "this thing has been carried too far There have been stories about what he Lane allegedly said about me and what I allegedly said about him, but I'm not going to comment on any of it." Mrs. Comiskey was not avail able for comment. second game of their double- header to salvage a split, i Boston won the opener, 6-2, In Frank Sullivan's five-hit victory his 18th of the season supported by Norm Zauch-in's homer, double and single for three runs. White Sox pitchers Connie Johnson and Dixie Howell, a pair of escape artists, were tagged for U hits by the Red, Sox in the nightcap but were rough in the clutch. Boston left a total cf 15 runners stranded, twice going down with the bases loaded. Bob Kennedy hit a two-run double for the winners. Sammy White's two run homer was the extent of Boston's offensive. The split was essential to Chicago, but it seemed hardly possible they could achieve it the way the Red Sox began working on them in the second game. RALLIES FIZZLE Boston got two men on In the first Inning, but Jackie Jensen hit routine fly and Zauchin looked at a third strike. Zauchin fanned and White fouled out with the bases full in the third. Jimmy Piersall fouled out to the same spot and the same man second baseman Nellie Fox with the bases again jammed in the fifth. By then the White Sox had taken charge. George Susce, Boston's starter and loser who had given only one hit In the first four frames, began the fifth by walking Sherm Lollar. Jim Brideweser sacrificed him along and he went to third on Jim Busby's single to left. Johnsonthe winner with a 7-3 record doubled for one run, Minnie Minoso hit a sacrifice fly for another and Fox' single through the left side made it 3-0. The White Sox added a fourth run in the sixth when, with two out, Lollar singled off the top of the left field wall, went to second on Brideweser's walk and came around on Busby's double to the left field corner. LEAD EXTENDED With Mel Parnell on the mound for the losers in the seventh inning, Kennedy tagged a two-run double after Fox walked and George Kell singled. Brideweser's single brought in Kell with the Chicago wrap-up run. The Red Sox finally crashed through in the seventh as Zauchin singled and White hit his 11th homer into the left field screen. After Piersall singled, Johnson was yanked in favor of Howell. Pinchhitter Faye Throneberry singled to center, but Billy Goodman ended the rally with a force-out. Boston snapped a three-game losing streak in the first game. Zauchin's two-run double in the first inning put the Sox in front 3-0 and gave Sullivan the edge he needed. The rookie first baseman's 27th home run and second 1p two days came With the issue no longer in doubt. He tagged it off Harry Byrd, fourth White Sox hurler, with two out In the seventh. The Sox opened up in the first as Billy Klaus doubled off 'the left field scoreboard and scored as Ted Williams lined a single to right through the shift beyond the diving Nellie Fox. Jackie Jensen powered a double to the open spaces in center, advancing Williams to third, and Zauchin cashed in with a high drive which hit the centerfield bleacher wall on the hop. TED BEATS ONE OUT In the third inning, Williams beat out a hit to short right despite Fox' play on the ball and moved to second on Sammy White's single. Grady Hatton brought in both with a double to the fobt of the left center barrier. Chicago's Bob Nieman got two of the five hits including his 11th homo run and scored both runs off Sullivan. Nieman caught a letup pitch as leadoff man in the second inning and sent it into the left field nets. He led off the ninth with a single, went to third on Brideweser's double and scored on Walt Dropo's infield out. Sully slammed the door by getting Chico Carasquel and pinchhitter Lollar on successive popups that ended the game. CHICAGO BOSTON AB HOt AB H 0 A foi, 2D 4 0 2 10'dman,2b 5 0 1 0 Klaus, ss 5 11 OWlU'ms.U 4 2 1 OBt'p'ns, If 0 0 0 u Jensen, n a i a OZauchln.lb I ill 2 White, o 5 1 1 2 Hatton. 3b 2 1 S OPIersall.cf 3 0 1 0 Sullivan, p 1 1 0 Rivera, cf 4 Mlnoeo, If 4 Nieman. rf 4 Ken'dy.3b 1 Brtde'r.Sb 2 Drono, lb 4 Car sq'l.ss 3 Mobs, o 1 bAdams 0 Battey, a 0 dLollar 1 Kregan, p 1 Kfil 1 Papal, p 0 Martin, p 0 Martin, p 0 cNorthey 1 yra, p 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 o Totals SJ S !4 7 Totals 33 11 17 11 a Singled for Keegan In 5th. b Ran for Moss In 7th. c Filed out for Martin In 7th, d Popped out lor Battey in 9th. fhleaao 010 000 AA1 S Boaton - 303 000 Ml-t R-Nlemn 2. Klaus. Williams 2, Jensen, Zauchin, White. E-None. RBI-Wtlllams, Zauchin 3, Hatton 2, Nieman. Dropo. 2B Klaus, Jensen. Zauchin, Hatton, Moss, Brideweser. HR Nieman, Zauchin. S-Sul-llvan. Left-Chicago 0, Boston I. BB Papal 2. Byrd 2. Sullivan 2. SO-Kergan 2, Papal 1, Sullivan 1. HO-Keegan 8 In 4. Papal 1 In 1 (faced 2 batters In th, Martin 0 In 1, Byrd 1 In 1. R-ER-Keegan 5-5, Panal 0-0. Martin O-O, Byrd 1-1. Sullivan 2-2. HBP By Sullivan (Moss). W-Sulllvan (10-12). I.-Kcogn (2-5). O-Mc-Klnley, Flaherty, Chylak, Berry. T-2;22. CHICAGO BOSTON AB H 0 A AB H O A Minoso. If 4 0 1 OOood'n, 2b 4 3 4 2 2 Klaus, ss 3 o 2 OWlU'ms, If 2 1 3 OOlson, If 0 0 0 OJenscn, rf 4 0 3 OZauchln.lb 3 2 1 0 White, c 9 2 3 4 Harron, 3b 4 0 1 0 Piersall. cf 5 3 4 1 Susce, p 10 0 Oastephens 10 0 Parnell. p 0 0 0 bThr'b'ry 1 1 Broa ski, pool Berra led off the Yankees' eighth by getting life on rookie first baseman Joe Altobelll's error. Mossi, however, turned back the next three hitters to escape that jam. Again in the ninth, the lead off Yankee batter reached base when Billy Martin blooped a single into short left. Thil Rii-zuto fouled two pitches attempting to sacrifice and the then died out. So did pinchhitter Bob Cerv for the second out. but F.lston Howard whacked the first pitch deep to left center. It looked like a certain game-tying extra base blow until Evers, off at the crack of the bat, made a spectacular diving catch after a long run. TOUCH DEFEAT It was a tough defeat for Ford, who had permitted only three hits and one lone run, on Jim Hegan's second inning homer, up to the fatal eighth.. Score had permitted four hits and all New York's runs in six innings. He walked five and struck out six, to come within one strike out of tying the rookie record. The brilliant southpaw now has 226. One more will tie Grover Cleveland Alexander's record of 227 set with the 1911 Philadelphia Phillies. The victory, of course, went to Mossi, his fourth against three defeats. He permitted three hits and fanned three in three Innings. It was his 56th game. Bryne was superb as he racked up his 15th victory, matching his previous high for one season. The reformed wildman walked only two, struck out five and never permitted more than one hit in an inning. But for Avila's fourth inning homer, he would have had a shutout. Only five other Indians reached base and three of them were erased, two via doubla plays and the other trying to steal. Bauer, Berra and Collins, the latter an Indian killer from way back, were the hitting stars for the Yankees. Bauer cracked a single, double and triple and scored twice. Berra, showing no effects of a heavy cold and stomach disorder, drove In three runs with a single and sacrifice fly. Collins got only one hit, but it was his 12th homer, fifth against Cleveland and fourth against Early Wynn. WYNN TAKES LOSS Wynn, who turned back the Yankees the first three times he faced them, wag the Cleveland starter and loser. The big right-hander allowed six hits in the seven innings he worked and was tagged for all the runs to drop his third straight to the Yankees. His overall record is now 16-10. Wynn was behind quickly when he walked Gil McDougald In the first. Bauer followed with a double and Berra scored both with a single. Bauer's triple and Berra's long fly made it 3-0 in the third. After Avila had gotten one run back with his 12th home run of the season, Collins made it 4-1 with his homer, an inside-the-park smash to deep left. The Yankees picked up their final tallies in the eighth at the expenses of rookies Hank Ag guire and Jose Santiago. Bauer's single, a pair of walks and Howard's one-bagger accounted for the runs. CLEVELAND NEW YORK AR BOA All OA AvHla, 2b 4 1 1 2Msrtln. 2b 4 ft 3 3 0 0 OM'D ald.lb 1111 0 1 1 Bauer, rf 4 3 1 ft 1 2 Berra, o 114 3 0 1 1 Mantle, cf 1 1 4 0 1 3 0 Collins, lb 1 1 7 0 4 OrSk'ron.lb 0 0 0 0 0 1 SNoren, It 3 0 0 0 0 0 OdHoward.lf 110 0 0 0 0 Byrne, p 4 0 0 ( 9 0 lRlnuto.si 3 0 3 1 0 11 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 34 11 Totala Mini a Grounded out for Strickland In 3th. b struck out for Wynn In 8th. Woodl'f.rf Smith. 3b Rosen, lb Kiner, u Dobv, cf Hegan, e 8l-ckl'd,st aFolles 1 Agulrre. p 0 Santiago, p 0 Wvnn, p 3 bEvers 1 Uarrell. SI 0 Totals n Fox. 2b 4 1 Kell, lb-3b 5 1 Ken'dy, 3b 3 1 Dropo, lb 0 0 Rivera, rf 3 0 Lollar. c 3 2 Prld er, si 2 1 Busby, cf 4 3 Johnson, p 3 1 Howell, p ft 9 0 ft 0 1 0 1 0 1 ft ft 0 1 Totals 33 10 17 7 Totals 37 11 XT 11 a-Flied out for Susce In 6th. h.sinsled for Parnell In 7lh. Chlrsio 000 031 30ft 7 Boston . .. OO0 000 800 3 R Fox, Kell, Kennedy, Lollar 2, Busby, Johnson, Zauchin, White. K OocJman. RBI Johnson. Minoso. Foil, Buiby, Ken, nedv 2, Brideweser, White 2, 2B Johnson. Busby, Kennedy. HR White. 8 Susce, Brideweser. Howell. RF M noso. DP Klaus and Zauchin. Left Chicago 7, Boston l. do Jonnson 6. Husce J. rarne i I Brodowskl 1. SO Johnson ft, Howell 1, Susce 1. HO Johnson 10 In ft 1-3, Howell 1 In 1 2-3, Susce ( In ft, Parnell 3 In 1, Brodowskl 1 In 2. R-FR Johnson 2-2. How-ell 0-0, Susce 4-4. Parnell 3-2, Brodowskl 0-O, W-Jol)-son (7-3). L Susce (3-61. O-Flaherty. Chylak, Berry, McKlnley. T-2;56. A-29,473. e Walked for Collins In 8th. d singled for Kbren In tin. Cleveland 0ft lftft loft 1 New York . 301 10ft Ki R Avila, McDougald, Bauer 1, Berra, Mantle, Collins. E None. RBI Avila. Berra 3, Collins, Howard 3. 2B Dohy, Bauer, 3B Bauer. HR-Avlla. Collins. BF Berra. DP Berra and Rlssuto; McDougald, Martin and Collins. Left Cleveland 2, New York 5. BB Wynn 2, Agulrra 3. Byrne 2. SO Wynn 3, Byrne 3. HO Wynn ft In 7, Agulrre 1 In 1-3, Santiago 1 In 2-3. R-F.R Wvnn 4-4. Agulrre 2-2, Santiago O-O. Byrtui 1-1. W Byrna (13-4). L Wynn (14-10). O Umont, Rommel, Paparella, Honochlck. T 2:23. CLEVELAND NEW YORK An R O A AH H O A mlth,r-3b 4 0 1 OH'w'rd.r-U 4 Avila. 2b 4 2 3 2M DSld.3b 2 Evers. ll-rf 4 1 3 0 Berra. a) 4 R's'n.lb-3b 1 0 7 1 Mantle, cf 3 Dohy, cf 4 1 1 ORauer.lf-rf 3 Re'lado,3b 3 ft 0 OSko'ron.lb 4 aKIner, If 1 ft 0 0 Martin, 3b 4 cAlt'b'll.lb ft 0 0 0Rir,7.uto, sa 4 Hegan, o 1 1 10 lFord, p 1 Bt ki d, si 3 ft 2 4dCerv 1 Score, p 1 0 ft ft hFoIles 1 0 ft ft Mossi. p 1 ft ft ft Totals 31 8 37 8 Totals 33 7 37 13 a Lined Into doubleplay for Regalado la 6th. b Struck out for Score In 7th. e Ban for Kiner In 8th. d Fouled out for Ford In ftth. Cleveland ftl ftnO 0M New York 100 lot 00O 3 R Avila. Evers, Regan, McDougald. Mantle. E Altobelli, Rlrruto, McDougald, RBI-Hegan, Avila. Manila, Rinuto. jrc , Avila, Even. HR-Hegan, Avila. BB Mo Dougald. DP Strickland. Avila and Rosen! Avila, Strickland and Rosen; McDougald. Martin and sknwron; Bauer. Martin ana Rinuto. Left Cleveland 7, New York 8, BB Score 8. Ford ft. SOScore ft. Mossi 3, Ford ft. HO-arora 4 In ft: Mossi 3 In 3 R-ER Score 2-3. Mossi O-0. Ford 3-3. WP-Ford. W-Mosil (4-3). L-Ford 17-7), U Rommel, Psoarella, Honochlck, Onxmt, T 1:50. A-fti.310. air -ISi. : Talete-' WE GIVE r? TRCMAS LUMBER CO. OWIANDOWINTI PARK WINTER OAWDEN LUMftM CO. WINTER GARDEN ATTENTION... IF YOU NEED - Asphalt Tile Vinyl Tile Wall Tile Tile for Window Silts Repair Work Linoleum INSTALLED OR U-D0-iT-Y0URSELF CALL 3-8860 For Fro Estimatf HARRY'S U.S.A. TILE SHOP 1S22 Edgawattr Dr. Orlond

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