' fRtrRfBAT, JtTNB II, •LX'THEVILLii, Jansen and Kinder Take Early Leads In 'Gopher Society (pj By JOE REICHLKR NEW YORK. June 15. (AP)—Righthanders Larry Jansen of the New York Giants and Ellis Kinder of the Boston Red Sox are in a fair way to keep their "home run ball' titles. Jansen currently occupies the exalted position as pres- iden of the Gopher Society of the National League. Kinde' holds the same title in the American League. Jansen won Ihe title last- year* simply by throwing more home run b;.lLs tnaa any pitcher in his circuit. The number was 36. Kinder PAGE ELEVEN the Boston Braves last Friday. The leaders: National League Ralph Branca, Brooklyn Herni Wehmeicr, Cincinnati .. Larry Jansen, New York Johnny Sain, Boston Preacher Roe. Brooklyn Murry Dickson^ Pittsburgh Ken Raffensbergcr, Cincinnati . Robin Roberts, Philadelphia Mel Queen, Pittsburgh American League Ellis Kinder. Boston 11 11 10 in, 10: 10 9 9 9 13 Art Houtteman, Detroit 10 Cliff Fannin, St. Louis 10 Bob Lemon. Cleveland 9 Mickey Haefner. Chicago 9 Tommy Byrne, New York 9 Alex Kcllner. Philadelphia !) Lou Brissle. Philadelphia ...:... 9 handed o li t only 22 seat-smashers but it was enough to put him at the head of the class in the junior circuit. Jansen, who succeeded Murry Dickson, 19« chairman and holder of the major league record o t 39 homer he,aves, already has given up 10 I.ar'ry Jansen four-baggers. Kinder, successor to Fred Hutchinson American League record holder wiU>i32. has yielded 13, including tlmlPto the Cleveland Indians last night. The Red Sox sharpshooter thus broke a. three-way tie for the lead with St. Louis' Cliff Fannin and Detroit's Art Houtteman. The latter threw home run balls to three Philadelphia baiters Tuesday night. Janscn Lags > Jansen, however. Is lagging a bit in his bid for re-election. He is one behind Ralph Branca of Brooklyn and Herm Wetimeier of Cincinnati in the homer derby. 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