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CHICAGO (AP) - Sterling Slaughter, with relief help from indy McDaniel, pitched a one- hitter — Ed Bailey's two-out single in the fourth inning—and scored the deciding run as the Chicago Cubs stopped Milwaukee 2-0 for a sweep of their doubleheadef Saturday. The lubs won the opener 4-2. TRIPLE, ERROR AND A SCORE —San Francisco's Willie Mays slides in safely under the lag of New York Met catcher Jesse Gonder after trip- ling io right field and racing home when shorlstop Roy McMillan dropped the relay. (AP Wirephoto). Wagner Gets 5-for-5 As Indians Scalp Washington WASHINGTON (AP) - Leon Wagner went 5-for-5 including a pair of triples and John Romano batted in three runs with a single and his fifth home run as the Cleveland Indians snapped a four - game losing streak by beating the Washington Senators 10-2 Saturday. Pete Ramos gave up two runs, one of them unearned, in the first inning, and then breezed to his fifth triumph over the Senators in six deci- CLEVELAND WASHINGTON obrhbl abrhbt Hawser ss 5110 Blas'amo 2b 3 1 1 0 Davallllo cf 4 1 0 1 Kennedy 3b 4120 Wagner If 5351 Hlnton If 4000 Whitfield Ib 4 2 2 2 King rf 3011 Smith rf 1 0 0 OSkowron Ib 4020 AMS 3b S i I OBrumley c 4010 Romano c 5123 Lock cf 2010 Chance rf 412 0 Valentine cf 2000 Kindall Ib 0000 Brinkman ss 2 0 0 0 Brown 2b 4011 Narum p 2000 Ramos p 5000 Hannan p 0000 Cheney p 1000 Tolals 421014 8 Totals 31 2 8 1 Cleveland 100024030—10 Washington 200000000—2 E—Wanner, Bloslnqame, Kennedy, Val- cntmc. PO-A—Cleveland 27-11, Washington 27-4. DP—Hawser, Brown and Whitfield 2; Brown, Howser and Whitfield. LOB—Cleveland 12, Washington 5. 2B—Atvls, Whitfield. 3B—Hower, Wagner 2. HR — Romano. SB—Davallllo, I'hancc. SF—Davallllo, King, Whitfield. IP H R ER BBSO Ramos, W, 2-3 ... 9 8 2 I 2 4 Narum. L, .1-3 ... 4 73332 Hannan 12-34 4 2 1 1 Chrncy 31-33 3 0 1 4 WP—Narum Cheney. U—Flaherty, Car- ririnn. Holler, Hurley. T—2:42. A—7,749. sions over the past three seasons. The Senators contributed three errors and five of the Cleveland runs were unearned. Wagner greeted loser Buster Narum with his first triple in the fifth, and Fred Whitfield followed with a double. Romano put the Indians ahead 3-2 with a single off Jim Hannan. The Indians scored four in the sixth on a walk, Wagner's second triple, a sacrifice fly by Whitfield and-Romano's home run after an error by Don Blas> ingame. The Senators scored in t h e first on a walk to Blasingame. a wild throw by Wagner on John Kennedy's single and Jim King's sacrifice fly. Minnesota Erupts For 7-3 Triumph ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota erupted for five runs in the sixth inning, with Bernie Allen's two - run homer capping the frame, to topple Boston 7-3 in a mid-day Memorial Day game Saturday. The explosion against young Dave Morehead enabled Camilo Pascual to coast to his seventh victory of the season against two losses. Morehead should have been out of the sixth with only one Gefs 5fh As NY Whips KC run scoring. But Dick Stuart's low throw to the plate let Zoilo Versalles score from third on Don Mincher's easy grounder to snap a 2-2 tie. Following that, Harmon Killebrew singled home a run, Earl Bailey's sacrifice fly drove in another tally and Allen hit his fourth homer of the year. Pascual, the first American League pitcher to notch win No. 17, was touched for six hils the I first four innings, including Lu Clinton's third homer with a man on base in the fourth. Pascual, who hadn't given a hit for four successive innings had trouble in the ninth but gol oul of it without much damage KANSAS CITY (AP)-Whiley Ford fired a five-hitter for his fifth victory Saturday night as the New York Yankees whipped Kansas City 9-1. All of the hits off Ford were singles, two coming in the third when the Athletics scored an unearned run. Ford allowed just Iwo hits afler that inning. The 35-year-old left-hander Tigen Sox Blast 'sin JO-4 Gome DETROIT (AP)-Pete Ward drove in three runs and Tom McNertney knocked in two with three hits, leading the Chicago White Sox past Detroit 10-4 Saturday. McNertne'y, who entered the game with a .115 batting average, had a pair of singles and a solo homer. His fifth-inning homer, first of his major league career, came off Phil Regan, second of four Detroit pitchers. Floyd Robinson and Ward hit back-lo-back homers in the sixth off Julio Navarro. Ward singled home two runs in Chicago's six-run fourth. CHICAGO H shb'n.er DETROIT Buiorrl" 2h L !»•->' '• r.l aK''U -.00 rf Ob r h bl cf 4 0 0 0 Wood 3b V. • H , li '.h n 55 an It \N Ib iey c Cl.. Dt ab r h bl 4000 4110 Lumpe 2b 4110 2110 Kalme rt 4000 3222 Cash Ib 4112 5123 Brown If 4110 4001 Thomas cf 4120 4100 Wc-rl 54 3010 4120 Roarke c 4011 4232 Anuiire o 1000 0000 Regan p 0000 ? I 0 0 DBruton 0000 1 n 0 n Novarro p 0000 0 0 0 0 cM Aullffe 1000 Eqan p 0000 e Deleter 1000 3M011 8 Totals 34 4 7 3 tor Landis in 4th, b— Walked 5th; c— Lined out for No- 6lh a— Flied out tor Hotlen in Grounded out for Eqan in 9lh. 0 c,o ................ struck out seven and walked one in winning the 204th game of his career. He has one defeat this season. The Yankees scored four runs, the last three on Clete Boyer's fourth home run, in the sixth inning, snapping a 1-1 tie and making a six-time loser of Kansas City starter Moe Dra- bowsky. Singles by Hector Lopez, Tom Tresh and Elston Howard scored one run before Boyer drove one over (h cleft field fence. Howard had three singles and a double, scored two runs and drove in three. He singled home Roger Maris in the eighth and delivered another run as the Yanks pushed over three runs in the ninth. .NEW YORK KANSAS CITY obrhbl abrhbi Kubek ss 5021 Causey ss 4020 Rlch'dson 2b 5 1 0 0 Mathewb cf 3010 Lopez If 5220Alusik If 4000 Maris rf 3 200 Colavlto rf 4010 Tresh cf 1011 Charles 3b 4000 Pepllone Ib 5111 Charles 3b 4000 Howard c 5243 Edwards Ib 4000 Boyer 3b 5113 Green 2b 3000 Ford p 4010 Lau c 3110 Drab'sky p 2000 Grzenda p 0000 aWllllams 1000 Handrah'n p 0 0 0 0 Totals 38 712 9 Totals 32 1 5 0 a-Slruck oul tor Grzcnda In 8th. New York ...000014013—9 Kansas City 001 000 000—|! E-Bover, Edwards, Mathews, Colavito PO-A—New York 27-10, Kansas City 27-7. i DP.Boyer, Richardson and Pepllone. LOB-New York 8, Kansas City 5. | 2B-Howard. HR-Boyer SF-Tresh. Ip h r er bb so Ford, ' 4 , 5-1 9 51017 Drab'sky L, 1-6 .. 7 75524 ' Grzenda I 1 1 1 1 | \ Handrahan I 4 3 3 1 o 1 HBP-BY Gczenda (Mans) U-Soar. Salerno, McKmley, Chylak T-2:34. A-20,789 BOSTON MINNESOTA ab r h bl ab r h bl Jones 2b 501 0 Versalles ss 4 1 1 0 Bressoud ss 4000 Oliva rf 4 f I 1 Coniglloro If 3 0 2 0 Allison cf 2210 Y'lrze'skl cf 3000 Mlncher Ib 4111 Klllebrew If 4110 Baftey c 4 1 3 2 Allen 2b 4010 Goryl 3b 1000 Pascual p 1000 3112 4 1 1 3001 4122 4000 3000 Cubs Sweep 2 from Braves by 4-2, 2-0 Slaughter, 22-year-old right-, to steal second. Ty Cline then bander making his first major filed out. league start, was replaced "by McDaniel with none out in the i eighth after he issued his fifth walk to Lee Maye and threw two balls to Joe Torre. McDaniel struck out Torre, and the Cubs got a double play When Maye was nailed trying Mets Down SF For 2nd in Row NEW YORK (AP)-Joe Christopher drove in three runs and Charlie Smith two as the New York Mets whipped San Francisco 6-2 for the second straight time Saturday behind Jack Fisher's six-hit pitching. Christopher knocked across Jesse Gonder, who had singled, and Frank Thomas, who was walked, with two out in the first inning. He brought in Rod Kanehl with a sacrifice fly in the eighth. Smith smashed a two-run homer in the Mets' three-run fourth. Giants' starter Ron Herbel walked Roy McMillan with two out before Smith connected. The first run of the inning came on Thomas' double, a fly out and an infield out. RAIN DELAYS GOLF TOURNEY AT BEAUMONT BEAUMONT, Tex. (AP)The second round of the Babe Zaharias Open Golf Tournament was rained out Saturday. The tournament will conclude with 36 holes Sunday. Marlene Hagge and Ruth Jessen lead with four-under- par 69s. Defending champion Mickey Wright is in third place with a 71. Fisher walked one and struck out one in evening his record at 3-3. Herbel lost his first game after winning two. SAN FRANCISCO NEW YORK ob r h bl ab r h bl Hlller 2b 4000D. Smllh Ib 4 0 0 0 Snider If J 0 0 0 Knnchl 5b 4120 Mays cf 412 OGonder c 4110 Cepcda 1b 3000Thomas If 3220 Holler c 400 OChrlslop'r rf 3 0 1 3 Hart 3b 4000Hlckman cf 4011 J. Alou rf 3130 McMillan ss 2100 D'vcnporl ss 3 0 1 1 C. Smith 3b 3 1 1 2 Herbel p 1000 Fisher p 3000 aM. Alou 1000 Perry p 0000 bKuenn 1000 Shaw p 0000 Totals 32 2 i 1 Totals 30 & 9 i a—Lined out for Herbel In Slh; b— Lined oul for Perry In 7th. Son Francisco 100 000 100-2 New York 200 300 oix— 6 E—McMillan. PO-A—San Francisco 2411, New York 27-10. DP—Fisher, McMillan and D. Smith; Perry, Davenport and Cepeda. LOB—Son Francisco, 4, New York 3. 2B — Christopher, Thomns. Davenporl; 3B—Mays. HR—C. Smllh. SB — Kanchl. SF—Christopher. IP H R ER BB SO Herbel, L, 2-1 ....4 45573 Perry 2 20002 Shaw 2 2 1 1 o 2 Fisher, W, 3-3 9 62111 U—Secory Burkharl, Sudol, Pryor. T— 2:21. A—38,472. Stuart Ib Malzone 3b Clinton rf Tlllman c Morehead p aMantllla Spanswlck p o o 6 6 bWllllams 1000 Totals 34 3 9 3 Total! 31 7 7 7 a—Grounded out for Morehead In 7th; b—Struck out for Spanswlck In 9th. Boston 000200001-3 Minnesota 101 005 OOx—7 E—Jones. PO-A—Boston 24-11; Minnesota 27-7. DP-Allen, Versalles and Mlnch- er; Mlncher, Versalles and Pascual; Bressoud, Jones ond Sfuart. LOB—Boston 7, Minnesota 4. 2B—Conlgliaro, Allison, Mlncher, Versalles. HR—Olivia, Clinton, Allen, Stuart. SF—Battey. .. . . IP H R ERBB SO Morehead. L, 3-4 6 * 7 7 1 S Spanswlck 2 1 0 0 2 0 Pascu/Il, W, 7-2 .. f 93337 U—Napp, Rice, Stevens, Valentine, T— SantanaGets French Tennis Championship PARIS (AP) - Manuel San- lana of Spain won the men's singles title in the French tennis Championships Saturday by defeating Nicola Pietrangeli of Italy, 6-3, 6-1, 4-6, 7-5. The result was the same as in 1961 when these same two men played in the finals and the memory of that five - set duel lured more than 11,000 spectators to Roland Garros Stadium for this meeting. Pietrangeli had an opportunity to force this match to five sets but he let his service slip away in the ninth game of the fourth set after having six set points on Santana's service. Pietrangeli was leading at the time, 5-4. Philles Are 5-1 Winners Over Houston PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Philadelphia broke a 1-1 tie on Ruben Amaro's sacrifice hunt in he seventh inning and went on .0 a 54 victory over Houston Saturday night as Chris Short lurled a six-hitter. Tony Gonzalez opened the seventh with a walk, went to third on a single by Clay Dalrymple and came home on Amaro's bunl to first baseman Dave Roberts. Dalrymple's hit went into ihort right field, and the Colts argued that Bob Lillis' throw to pitcher Don Nottebart at first caught Dairymplc. During the argument Bob Bruce was ejected from the Houston bench. The defeat was Don Nolle- hart's seventh without a victory. Bailey singled to right after Slaughter walked Hank Aaron with two out in the fourth. Aaron, however, was tagged out trying to return to second after rounding the base. Slaughter, who earned his first decision, scored in the third after opening the Inning with a walk. He was sacrificed to second and, with two out, scored on Ron Santo's single, his first hit in 18 times at bat. The Braves' Tony Cloninger, now 3-5, held the Cubs to three lii Is before leaving for a pinch hitter in the eighth. Bob Buhl nailed hlg fifth vie- loi»y against two losses in the first game. Among the six hits he yielded was a two-run homer in the fourth by Aaron, his fifth. Billy Williams singled in the first Cub run in the third, and Lou Brock doubled home a pair in Hie fourth. Ernie Banks slammed his fifth homer in the seventh. Williams had only two hils in seven times at bat and had his league-leading average sliced six points to .408. First Game MILWAUKEE CHICAGO ob r h bl ob r h bl Alou cl 300 0 Stewart 2b 4110 Malhews 3b 4010 Brock rf 4012 Carly II 412 0 Williams If 3011 Aaron rf 4 1 2 JSnnlo 3b 4000 Ballcv c 4000 Banks Ib 3121 Oliver Ib 3000 Rodners ss 4000 Menkc ss 3010 Bcrlell c 4010 Bolllnn 2b 2000 Cowon cf 3110 aMaye 1000 Buhl o 4110 Woodw'd 2b 0 0 0 0 Sadowskl p 2000 bCllne 1000 Spahn p 0000 Totals 31 2 (. J Totals 3J 4 8 4 o—Grounded out for Bolllnn In 7lh; b—Filed oul for Sadowskl In 8lh. Milwaukee 000200000—2 Chicago 001 200 lOx—4 E—Bolllnn, Monkc. PO-A — Milwaukee 74-11; Chicago 27-9. LOB—Milwaukee 3; Chicago 8. 2B -Bcrlell, Stewart, Mcnkc, Brock. HR—Aaron, Banks. IP H R ERBB SO Sadowskl L, 2-4 .. 7 84425 Spahn 1 00001 Buhl W, 5.2 9 6 2 2 0 7 HBP-By Buhl (Alou), By Sadowskl (Williams). U—Canlan, Horvoy, Vonzon. Weycr. T—1:52. Second Gorno MILWAUKEE CHICAGO obrhbl obrhbl Alou cf 3000 Sleworl 2b 2001 1000 Brock rf 3010 4000 Williams If 4010 400 0 Santo 3b 4011 3000 Banks tb 4000 3010 Rodgcrs ss 3100 2000 Cowon cf 3000 2000 Schallcr c 2000 1000 Slaughter p 2 t 0 0 0000 McDaniel p 0000 0000 1000 1000 o o on 25 0 1 0 Totals 27 2 3 J SUNDAY, MAY 31, »64, Late etiarto Americas p>ess ------- - ' - SOLUNAR TABLES Date May 31 June- .1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 (Central Day Sunday Standard Time) A.M. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Minor 8:45 9:40 10:30 12:25 1:10 1:55 Major 2:30 3.25 4:15 5:05 SsSO 6:35 7:20 8:05 P.M. , Minor Maj&? 9:05 2:55 10:00 10:50 11:40 12:05 12:50 1:35 2:20 3:50 4:40 5:30 6:15 8:30 Wills leads LA Pasf Bucs, 10-3 PITTSBURGH (AP)- Maury Wills led the Los Angeles Dodgers on their best offensive display of the year in a 10-3 romp over the Pittsburgh Pirates Saturday. The Dodgers drove Pittsburgh starter Vern Law from the mound before he had re* * * LOS ANOELES PITTSBURGH ob r h bl ob r h bl Wills ss 433 asehofleld 55 4112 Ollllom 3b 4232 Vlrdon cf 4 0 1 1 Werhas 3b 1000 Clcmenlo rf 4020 W. DcivlJ cf 4 2 3 JSIarqcl If 4020 Pprker cf 1000 Burgess c 4010 T: Davis If 3112 Bailey 3b d 0 0 0 Fnlrly 1b 410 OCIcn'c'n 1b 4110 McMullcn rf 0 0 0 OMaz'skl 2b 2000 Roseboro c 3021 Alley 2b 2000 Torborq c 2000 Law p 0000 Trac'skl 2b 1101 Prlddy p 1000 Drysdale p 400 OaFreose 1000 Grcci> p 0000 bMola 0100 Face p 0000 cSklnner 1 0 o 0 Totals 35101110 Totals 35383 a—Struck oul for Prlddy In 5lh; b— Walked for Green In 7lhi e—Struck oul lor Face In 9th. Los Angeles 500300020—10 Pittsburgh 000 OOfl 300— 3 E—Clomcnle, Slaraoll. PO-A—Los An- qclos 27-8, Pittsburgh 27-13. LOB—Los An- (jelcs 6, Plllsburgh 8. 2B—Gllllam. T. Davis. 3B—W. Davis Schollold. HR—Wills. SB—Wills 3, SF— Tracewskl, T. Davis. IP H R ER 0050 Drysdalo W, 6-4 ..9 B 3 3 2 1 xLnw L, 2-5 0 4 4 4 0 0 Prlddy 5 S 4 3 3 2 Green 2 10000 Face 2 12233 x—Faced 4 men In 1st. HBP—By Drysdalo (Schoflcld). WP — Prlddy, Drysdalo. PB—Torborg. U—Van- T 3, Forman, Jackowskl and Crawford. -2:35. A~k35». * tired a batter in the five-fun first inning. They added three more in the fourth, and Wills socked a two-run homer in the eighth. In addition to the homer, his first of the year, Wills had two singles and three stolen bases. Don Drysdale picked up his sixth victory against four defeats, but it wasn't all smooth sailing for the big right-hander* He had to pitch out of a bases- loaded jam in the first inning and was touched for three runs, in the seventh. 3b Cllno cf AAalhews iCorly If Aaron rf Bailey c Oliver Ib Menko ss Bolllnfi 2b aAAaya Woodw'd 2b Clonlnqep p bTorre Tllnnur p Totals HOUSTON PHILADELPHIA ob r h bl ob r I) bl Llllls 2b 402 ORoias 5b 2000 Roberts Ib 400QAIIcn 3b 3110 While cf 4000Calllsan rf 4111 Bond rf 4120 Covlnglon If 4111 Wynn If 3000 Wlno ss 0 0 0 0 i Aspro'nte 3b 4 0 1 0 Gonzalez cf 4110' Balemon c 3011 H'nst'ii lb-lf 3120 Kasko ss 2000 Dalrymplo c 2 0 1 1 i Nollebart p 2 o 0 o Amaro ss-lb 2011 Jones p 0000 Short p 3000 Totals 30 1 6 1 Totals 77 S 8 4 Houston 010 000 000—1 Philadelphia 010 000 13x—5 E—Roberts. PO-A—Houston 24-8, Phil- ' adelphla 27-6, DP—Amaro, Rolas and Herrnsleln; Notlebort, Kasko and Roberts; Wine, Rolas and Amaro. LOB— , Houston 6, Philadelphia 4. i 2B—Llllls 2, Aspromonte. 3B—Herrn stein, Calllson. HR-Covlnnlon. S—Allen, Amaro. SF—Bateman. Dal'rymple IP H R ERBBSO Nollebart, L, 0-7 71-38 5 5 3 5 Jones 2-300000 Short, W, 3-2 9 61134 U—pclekoudas, Williams, Smith, Gorman. T—2:23. A—17,046. a—Walked lor Bolllnn In 8lh; b—Struck out lor Clonlnqer In 8lh. Milwaukee 000 000 000—0 Chicago 001 000 1 Ox—2 E—Malhews, Cllne. PO-A — Mllwaukco 24-7, Chicago 27-6. DP — Schallcr and Stewart. LOB—Milwaukee 4, Chicago 7. 2B—WlWorns. SB—Rodaers. S—Clonlna er, Slcwarl. SF—Stewart. IP H R ERBBSO Cloninrjpr, L. 3-5 7 ;l 2 1 3 9 Tlclenauer I o 0 0 0 I xSlaunhtcr, W, 1-0 7 1 0 0 5 A McDaniel 2 0 0 0 0 2 x—Faced 1 man In Blh. HBP—By Clonlnacr (Brock). PB—Bailey. U—Harvey Vcnzon, Weycr, Conlan. T-2:I2. A—27,245. MAURY WILLS Sparks LA Attack Boyer Hits \ Cards Past Reds, 7-1 ST. LOUIS (AP) - Ken Boyer j slammed a home run and a triple, driving in three runs, as the St. Louis Cardinals cloh-^ bcrecl the Cincinnati Reds 7-1 Saturday. i Dick Groat collected three hits, including a single preced-i ing Dover's first-inning homer, and a double and triple thatj opened scoring innings. Ernie Broglio blanked the! Reds after Gordy Coleman'si fourth homer in the second in-! ning. The Cardinals right-hand-! or, now 3-4, gave up seven hits.; It. was his first, victory thisj month in six starts. CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS nbrhbl abrhb 3010 Flood cf ' ' " 4010 Clemens If .1000 Groat ss 4 \ \ I bOuc.hck st 4010 Boyor 3b 402 OWhllo Ib 4000 MoCarver o 4010 Warwick rf 2000 Javlur 2b 1000 Broallo r> 0 o 0 n 1 n o o JM / 1 Tololi n-Struck oul lor Ellis In 7lbj b—Ra i for Groat In 7th, c—Grounded out (or McCool In 9lh. ; Cincinnati 010000000—1 St. Louis 200 Oil lOX-7 n-Norm. PO-A—Cincinnati 2-1-10 Sj. Louis 27-4. OP—Edwards and Bor03. LOU —Cincinnati 8, SI. Louis 5. 2B--Boyer, Warwick, Cardenas t. 3B-I- Boyer, Groal, lavicr. HR—-Boyer, Coti) 1 - mnn. SB—Boros. 5—Bronllo. SF—WhlliN IP H R ERBSp Fills, L, .1-2 * B A * 3 ! 1 MtXonl 2 2 1 \ \ 0 Broglio, W, 3-4 ... 9 7 1 1 26 U—Lonclcs. Slclncr, Bnrllck, Donaltll). rf ROSP 2b Harper If Plnson cf Colcman Ib Robinson Cardpnar. Fdword^ Boros 3b Ellli p aKrouqh A/lrCool p cSklnner Totals 4011 3000 4 2 3 ( 0 1 0 ( 322 300 4 I I 4121 2011 30 I 11 of 30 7 10 t lololi -vnan 000 004 000— 4 ; irrihbriner. Lunipe, Aguirre. PO- u-aqo 2710 Detroit 277 DP—Wood, j ' and Caih LOB—Chicago 5, De-! • anrtiv HR-McNertney. Robinson, Cosh S—Horlen, Hershberger. IP H R ERBBSO I U--Paoo'p:la Muro T-2 35 Chateaugay Is Scratched Late From NY Race ARROW NEW YORK 2tU, UlllMi'l' "I atrh It it, " that UK- Chateau- 1963 Kt-n- wi'hdiawn Me'.iopulitan .;'•! it: a late hc- . you look Shirt. 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