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Mellon's Quadrangular Is Upset Victor at Belmont NEW YORK (AP) - Quadrangle, a strapping bay colt from Paul Mellon's Rokeby Stables, spoiled Northern Dancer's bid for the Triple Crown Saturday when he won the 96th running of the $154,fiOO Belmont Slakes by two lengths at Aqueduct. Northern Dancer, winner of the Kentucky Derby and Preak- ncss, and the odds-on choice of the record Belmont Stakes crowd of 61,215, had to settle for third place as Roman Brother, claim of foul against Bill Hartack, up on Northern Dancer. Shoemaker claimed the Dancer came over on his horse rounding the final turn, but the stewards allowed the order of finish to stand. That placed Brave Lad fifth, Orientalist sixth, Determined Man seventh and Shook eighth. Quadrangle, trained by El- liolt Burch, paid $15.10, $6.80 and $2.70. Roman Brother, an 889-pound package of dynamite piloted by Fernando Alvarez, the mighty mite from Louis I paid $8.10 and $2.90. Northern Wolfson's Harbor View Farm Dancer, who went off the 4-5 Dancer coming on the outside at tho three-eighths pole. "Then I let him go. I hit him a couple of times and he pulled away. "This horse has all the ability in the world. He can beat any horse in the land." Orientalist, a 40-1 shot, showed the field through the first mile with a half mile in 49 seconds, the six furlongs in 1:14 4-5 and the mile in t:39 2-5. But Ycaza had Quadrangle with Rounding the final bend with one-quarter of a mile to go, Quadrangle started to open up daylight with Roman Brother second and the Dancer on the move. For one-sixteenth of a mile it looked as if the Dancer would stage another of his sizzling finishes and give the sport its first Triple Crown winner since Citation in 1948, but Quadrangle was full of run. came up for second place, four|choice, was $2.10 to show. jeer, lengths in front of the Canadian-' "He was running easy and! With l-»V*V » Vt*li« 1IUV1 WUHV1L (41 IK It* IT ill I ' ... , , .4 tfil • in striking distance from the! u « mar S'» wllh one-eighth of start and Hartack never was far I f m ' lo . tot £° was on 'v 1al , f , a off the pace with Northern Dan- lcn S l . h but he c , rosscd lhe line owned Dancer. < could have taken the lead at any Hill Rise, second choice, was | time," Ycaza said of his winner. "Orientalist, in front most of the way, wag trying to bear out, but I decided not to make the move until I heard Northern •fourth in the field of eight 3- year-olds, half length back of Northern Dancer. Manuel Ycaza sent Quadrangle over the grinding IVfc-mile distance in 2:28 2-5 after racing close lo the pace from the start. He earned 110,850, boosting his total winnings to $340,499. The Rokeby Stable colt, a son of Cohoes-Tap Day, by Bull Lea, had finished fifth in the Kentucky Derby and fourth in the Preakness before he came back a week ago for a powerful second against older horses in the Metropolitan Mile. i But Saturday was his day as *' he turned back (he bid of i running strongly as Roman one-half mile to go, j B . rolhc r came . U P . to . tak £ second Quadrangle was ready to take I P lncc (Tom the tirin g Danccr the lead from Orientalist with Northern Dancer less than a length back and Roman Brother lapping over him. At that point Hill Rise also was well-placed. The second-place finish was worth $25,000 to Roman Brother's owner, Taylor won $12,500 for Northern Dancer's third and Hill Rise won $tf,250 for fourth. Champagne Tony Sti Bubbling With Eagles RYE, N.Y. (AP) - Cham- ern Dancer in a great stretch 1 another dramatic eagle in ^ rMlltfn tnr n Mim.iinrlni'-nni' run. The Danccr, come the ninth Triple Crown, to ?r the clutch for a two-undcr-par 70 - ! Salurda y and increased his lead sm ' m EIGHT AND EIGHT — These eight anglers, fishing off Waller Miller's boat "Pirate", returned io Cameron Saturday with eighi iarpon they caught some 14 miles lo the Southwest. From, front row, left lo right, ihe happy anglers are Harold Brown of Bunkie, Jerry Spencer of Alexandria, Hichard Brown of Raceland and David Willoughby of Lake Charles. Back row are Sam Dunbar of Pasadena, Tex., George Kent and Mike Kent, both of Bunkie, and Bob Lominac of Lake Charles. The Pirate has now landed all nine of the silver kings caught off the Louisiana coast this year. i save second money for 13. P. T a y 1 o r of Toronto. Roman Brother came up and left him i »•••» v» « uk*iivt «i Hi\rf <f*-UU*UUU j, tv l n I Thundorbird Golf Classic. He had a 54-holc score of 205, It under par. lengths behind in the final six-' Jusl . wh , en , pursuers were breaming holly down his neck the slender stylist from San Le- tenth of a mile. Bill Shoemaker, astride Hill Rose from George A. Pope andro, Calif., rolled in a 20-foot Jr.'s El Peco Ranch, lodged a! ea 8 le P utt on l "e nilltn hole, Section Three Lake Charles American Press Pepsi, Mets Take District Seven Wins SPORTS Classified The Mets made their debut i work ol Billy Pr-ipsl. • the six frames he worked, while . — a glorious one with a victory! Duhon belted nut a home run j Jackson came on lo slrike out'SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 1964, Lake Charles American Press over West Lake, while Pepsi, in lhe Ihird inning and a single, the side in the sevenlh. Kohler Cola defeated Donaldson of Sul-1 Propst turned in three score- and Trosclair both batted in phur in American Legion base- \ less innings to save lhe game, j two of the Bottlers' runs, Koh- hall exhibitions Saturday night. Robert LeBouef led the Wesl i ' er with a pa' r of singles and Featuring a group of players , Lake attack with a single and! Trosclair with a double, the on-1 overlooked in Hie selection o!\ double, while Denny Stolhand ! fr extra-base blow of the game. Ihe local teams, lhe newly- i added a pair of singles for the ! Donaldson'" ^"."'."'.ooo 0010^1 2 s formed MetS OUtSCOred West I KllieS. • Bobby George"Cliariu Jackson (?) and Lake 13-10 at Legion Field,, The tight two-hit pitching of " ? °' StU '"'' *^ a "* - Cool ' v while, Pepsi dumped Donaldson Bobby George and Charles Jack- 3 Undefeated and the pressure was off. Defending champion Arnold THE LEADERS Georoe Bayer ,. 71-70-6S—309 Bob Duden £9-70-70—209 Ken Venlurl , 47-70-72—209 Jack Nicklaus 73.69-48—210 Tommy Jacobs 49-70-71—210 , Julius Boros 72-47-71—210 i Phil Rodgers 67-71-72—210 •BUI Casper 71-67-73-211 • Kel Naale 68-70-73—211 Brucs Grampian 73-71-67—Jll Dave Raqan 73-68-70—Jll Juan Rodriguez 71-70-70—211 Johnny Poll 72-70-70—712 Sam Snead 71-71-70—212 .Gene Littler 72-69-71—212 Jerry Stcelsmith 72-70-70—212 I Joe Campbell 70-71-71—212 ' Miller Barber 73-68-71—212 ; Tommy Boll 70-71-71-212 Bob RosbWB W-72-72—2)2 ' Bill Collins 70-70-72—212 Davt Morr 71-69-72—212 Don Slkcs 71-69-72—212 i OicK Crawford 69-70-73—212 Paul Harney 68-70-7*—212 , Dave Hill 70-74-69—212 Bert Yancey 72-70-71—213 Palmer, his putter ice cold, dropped from the running wild a 74 for 213, eight shots off the pace, but big Jack Nicklaus rallied for a 68 which put him back into the fight at 210. When Lema knocked in a four-foot putt for a hard-earned par on the final hole, he found himself three shots ahead of former footballer Mike Souchak and Bobby Nichols, tied at 208 going into Sunday's climactic round for the $20,000 first prize. Nichols, starting off with a 20- foot birdie putt and scrambling most of the way, shot a 70. Sou- chak, the one-time Duke University end, fired a 71. Big George Bayer came out of the pack with a streak of four birdies in a row for a strong move at the lead, but he three- putted two of the last three holes — the 16th and 18th — for a 68 which put him into a three- way lie at 209. started under in winds that At the 209 figure also were Ken Venturi, San Francisco's hard-luck guy who, with Sou- cbak, started the way two shots back of Lema. and Bob Duden, came In with his second straight 70. Nicklaus, playing better golf each day after an opening round 73, was lied at 210 with U.S. Open champion Julius Boros, Tommy Jacobs — each shooting a 71 -- and Phil Rodgers, who had 72. The third round over the Wily, 6,573-yard Westchester Country Club course cloudy skies whipped up gusts of 20 miles an hour. It was drizzling slightly when Lema came in with the final threesome. Lema started out conservatively, playing even par golf as if daring his pursuers to catch him. Bayer, Rodgers and Nichols were making threatening gestures when Lema, after shooting eight consecutive pars. came to the uphill, 480-yard 1 ninth hole, a par five. The tall Californian split the , fairway with a 260 yard drive " and then laced a four-wood In the green 20 feet from the cup. He rolled in the putt for hi.< 7-1 at Sulphur. son combined with the hitting A tremendous nine-run rally i of Karl Kohler and David Trosclair boosted Pepsi to its victory. George whiffed 10 batters in Weolherford, Ronnie Ray (5) and Jimmy Barton. W—George. L—Weathertord. West Lake 7021000—1010 S, SI n oiow Pitch the little Portland, Ore., pro eagle while a large part of the who putts croquet-style. record 18,986 gallery was lined -..--. „ ---.. ..- Venturi shot an even par 72, i along the I'airwav and hugging ffi? ::::::::::::: %%%-tll artc(1 a front nine 37, and Duden i the green. • Don January 70-70-73—213 Mets 201 900 X—13 9 5 Tommy Hayes, Terry Collins (4), Tom my Fletcher (4) and Robert LeBouef, Wayne Royer (5),- Mike Uuhon, Billy Propst (S) and Cos Harknisi. W—Duhon. L—Fletcher. HR—Mets: Mike Duhon, }rd, none on. ,> an I w | ' '' in the fourth inning turned the trick for the Mets, who were making their first appearance of the season. West Lake, an easy winner over the Western Division favorile Stevedores in! a league game Thursday, scored \ seven runs of its own in lhe \ first inning, but fell in the end | to the hitting and pitching ol' Mike Duhon and lhe fine relief i Ralston Defeats Charles PasareH In Tennis Meet SACRAMENTO, Calif. lAPi- Top seeded Dennis Ralston easily defeated Charles Pasarell, Puerto Rico, 6-2. (i-0, 6-2 Saturday in the men's singles semifinals of the Nalional Hardcourt Tennis tournament. inS^h'e maSh^K hnrT n " ls in "* l ^l off Rav Wash-' ST - LOU1$ aB rhbi CINCINNAT L r hh , er ' 100(1 ™»P over Dr. Pepper Sit ser eand or! A* ™t' burn wh ° P^ed * four-hitler.: Rood a Wj Rose 2, Wi and came back lo edge the Pop- of the°baicour" lie wi! meet, ^ mm ? Ha T*E'« si »^- a hil ! ^. 5 \\\\Z&J.. I \ 9 • !*«. 14 ' 12 in the Saturda y ™»* Cincinnati Blanks St Louis by 3-0 CINCINNATI (AP)—.John Tsi- were singles, two in the fourth touris and Sammy Ellis com- and two in the seventh The liim-rt on a five-hitter Saturday Cardinals loaded the bases with ^ fr^LfuVrJi! night as Cincinnati blanked Si. one out in the fourth, but Tsi- l ' '" the lmdls bcilh Louis ii-0. two of (lie runs scor- touris, now 2-3, induced Johnny Butane received a fright from ing on .Jerry Huchek's error in Lewis lo force Bill White at lhe the All-Stars in a quarterfinal jihe first inning. plate and gol Buchek on a fly game before scoring six limes Tsitouris leit the game in the to Pinson. in t ne ij na i frame to win 13-7. In the other first-round game of the day, the Poppers beat Jerry's Shell 7-2 in a low-scoring game as John Brister hit a two-run homer. Jesse Wai- Three learns will carry unbeaten marks into the second day of Lake Charles Recreation Commission slow pitch softball tournament today. The first game of the day will i dr °P' s homer in the first begin at 1:30 p.m. while the';** 11 of the Shellers' runs. ' championship tilt is sel for 7:30. The Fisk Premiers led the advance of unbeaten teams, posting a pair of victories to advance into the finals, while the tournament favorite Butane Jerry Maoee 66-73-74—213 Arnold Palmer 68-71-74—213 Jay Dolan 69-69-75—213 Mason Rudolph 72-74-68—214 Claude King 73-70-71—214 Gordon Jones 70-71-73—214 Jock Rule 71-69-74-214 Joe Carr 72-68-74—214 Tom Nleporte 71.73-71-21 J Dean Retram ,. 71-71-73—215 Bob Charles .r. 73-68-74-21S Bob Goalby 68-71-76—2IS Al Bessellnk 77-69-70—216 Jerry Barber 72-73-71—216 Don Whit) 74-70-72-214 Al Gelbcrqcr 72-71-73—216 Jim Ferrec , 71-72-73—216 Doug Sanders 71-71-74—216 Art Wall 71-71-74—216 Bill Dunk 73-69-74—216 Foreman Pitches Nationals' Victory forced a 22- delay. Ellis retired the Cardin-' , The. AH-Slars had earlier bealen j Columbia Carbon 10-7 with Bert waVdsTi7lie'foVmtnd\7ito7r- : fr art l s , bases loaded homer the 8 ave . " Ld " f ,s on two hits in the final .wo!-—'—»- —~: big blow. innings The*Reds .scored a!) of their• third defeat in [ive decisions. K isk advanced with a 15-4 aft- B °v er 3b James It Alien Fox in Sunday's final : batsman and Gordy . 3 double brought in lhe firsl run. j Mccurver 1'ox, of Los Angeles, upset j After a walk lo Frank Robin- second-seeded Arthur Ashe. of son loaded the bases Richmond, Va., 6-3. 9-7, 9-7 in a .semifinal delayed twice by rain. Fox's net game was Ashe's un- <ioing. fumbled John Edwards' two-out i lSX! 8r ,i{. 4010 Harper If t 1 4000 Pinson cl 3 1 _ _ 4010 Coiemon qn 3111 tinalp 4000 Robinson rf 2000 "" a "-3030 Cardenas si 3000 i £ 2 S § dword ,!. c 3 ° 1 ° -I he r isk-Popper game was a uuvnciv iu J 0 Q U KIQUS JO 3000! r ? . ,, , ^_ woshbum p 3 o o o Tsitouris p 2010 see-saw affair all the way. Ran- OLOnO 1 «* l «i CM:. _ i n n n ! . - . * "" 1000 dy Whiltaker had a pair of ; homers for the losers, while Ted As . , oooo , n • ,, , i bWarwIck 1000 grounder, allowing Vada Pinson • Totals 33 ««« Totals n 3 4 1 ^ . , , . . and Coleman to score a-sin 8 ied tor vvashbum m 6tn; H-HII Uu P m s 8 rancl slam homer was s7°uu" B ' aV '° r Tov ' 0r '" " h ' a big blow for tlie Premier s- Bob Cincinnati"'.'.'.'.' JM wo'w*I? Uilniore also hit his second Fmnnrin Wine M A IA Ti'*//> ^&°?^^&^ homer of the day for Fisk - c/npona vvtns /\A/A nn6 - ^^ L «&wa^tt 58—Groal, Coleman. SB—Harper. Eight Records Broken H:^ F UT11 *^ " , Ellis 1 1 0 0 0 S SIOUX FALLS, S.I). <APi- in die 100-ineler run and fin-' Eighi records were shattered as ishcd four yards aliead of Ed Kmporia, Kan.. Stale won the Roberts. North Carolina Col- 13th annual Nalional Association lese. Hayes flipped u tenth oi Midwest gol a pair of circuit blasts from Chuck Rybiski in its 12-8 triumph over Burney's Grocery in a first - round gameu HBP—By Woshbuni (Pinson), by Tsi 0—Smith, Gorman, Pelt of Inlercollegiale Irack and field a second off the 10.3 mark sel championships here Saturday by Bobby Morrow of Abilene night with CO points. ' Christian" in 1956. Distance ace John Camien Don Owens. Urambling I'ol- of Emporia was. unanimously j lego. La., who lied lhe meet named outstanding performer of 400-meter mark Friday night, fifl/je Ruth the two-day meet for his record set a record with a clocking of «>MIII performances m the 500-meer *j-6. The previous high was City Police Is 11-6 W/nner In SLOW-PITCH TOURNEY Fiat Round Jriry's .............. 5000000—2 i I Pi-pper .............. 100 042 x--7 n I A J Ga:ipord and Ronnie Roimfv. Bobba Hournoy and John Brisler HR— Jeirvs' Jesse Wuidtop. Poppets John BnMcr. Greg Foreman hurled the Nationals to a four-hit, 9-3, triumph over the Bankers to high- j light Little League action Saturday night. : Foreman also had a double j and single in handing the Bank- jers their first loss of the year. prd to 2-0 in the Mid City Senior division at Dark Field with a 12-1 triumph over the Eagles. The report of Die Mid City game between the Owls and the Nationals was incomplete. In Southside Minor play, Die Orioles dumped lhe White Sox, Augenslein moved into a tie for! 1M and ; ^ Dodgers blanked lirst on the home run hitting I the Pirates 19-0 of Kent Ledet and Sieve Bou- «.,.., N . ',' ... . , •dreaux to down VFW. 11-3 , f ' - Nawurs w ' th a t"ple, t, hl , TI • . _, double and suifile sparked the Bobby Ihompson pitched a Oriole hitting aUack flirce-hitlcr and teammates Bob-. y rhe best pitching performan. collected two hits each as the ce by Rentrop and Steve Latiolais O f the night was "turned "in"" by Ed Markey as he fired a no- Oilers downed the Merchants, 5-3, in Mid City Major division hit, no-run tilt against the Pirates, striking out six. Markev Howard's Hit Gives Yanks Edge in 15th Or Peepfi ........... MO Oul 0- 4 S i l-isk ............... 421 206.x— 15 18 3 Albert Caslete, and Phillip LaFarque. Gory Snyder ond Lulher Coyne. HR— Dr. Pepper: Truman Carnation, Fisk: Bob Gllmore. 8ob Gouah, Cori Dore. 050 3000— I U S 006 003 x—12 12 City Police bombed Stephens ALL-STAR SCORE—Roy Raferiy of the All- Stars dents home plate to score a run in bis team's first-round victory over the Carbons in LCRC Slow Pitch Softball tournament action Saturday. Waiting fo.r the late throw is Carbon catcher Marion Hart (right). BASEBALL STANDINQS NATIONAL LEAGUE tost Pc». Behind record book. Camien, running distanced the field in the 1,500-1962. ', surpass lhe previous high of 41.2 j easily, oul-,sel by Texas Southern here in Stephens allowed City Police only six nils but were hurt by meter run to sel his second In other events, Gary Wilson: six errors. record pf tlie meet. Friday of Oklahoma .Baptist won the , v ,- ,,,. , ... , night the Emporia, Kan.. Stale 800-meter run, Roger Morgan, UlcKle " ldis Nvas cre( *iiea distance ace set a new standard i Northeast Louisiana Stale, took w ^ u t°ur rbi's a.-- he hit a dou- of 14:25.0 in the 5,000-meter run. UK- llO-meler high hurdles and We and fcvo singles to aid the Camieu's lime of 3:48.3 Ed Huberts of North Carolina p y jj ce iriuniph •snapped an eight-year record ol College won Uie 200-meter dasi). 3:51.3 sel by Billy Tidwell of Roger Savers. Omaha Univer- **" RUTH (yujpg Ktuporjji in 1956. siiy, del eliding champion ia the Jiayes, Uie Florida A&M'lOO- and 200-yard eveuis. was : D<WI« ("I and flash, got off to a quk'k jump nut able to fun because of a w i ths - p " d ZBb •"* n>Bn - Ber Cart, ond Wayne ..„,.. ^. and Marlon Hart, Jock Newcomb (SJ. HR—All-Stars: Bert Cart. Columbian: Charles Rltter. New York 16 .604 .600 .542 .532 .520 .510 .478 .469 .440 Baltimore ' j CUicauo 3 Cleveland 3'-s ; Minneiola 4 : xNew York 4'^ ! Boston « ' Delrolt Woshlneton xLos Anycles Kansas City AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost Pel. Behind .•31 16 .660 . .. . 37 U oS? 1 t>'j 8 ' SATURDAY'S RfSULTS ban Francisco 4. Philadelphia 2 , Los Angeles 9, New Yyrk 2 003702—11 I 1 Milwaukee 6, Chicago 5 rty. On 50x~M 17 7 Cincinnati 3. St. touls 0. n.giit Don Shirley and Ted Oupin; Georfle! Houston at Pittsourgh, io:n rtoiirnov and John Brtster. HR~Poppers: Randy Whittakcr (Jl SUNDAY'S CAMES fiik: Ted Dupin. Bob Oilmore. Boo Hflusion (Bruce 6-1 and John^o" i 4i ai Fronr.f. Jonn Hebert. Charlie Wmtrer PitliOurgh (Veale S-3 ana Lfl.v j M . Los Anacles '.Orysdaie «-5 unJ Wilirme u , Quart«rtinol 23) at New YarK lilpilurd 34 and ?^'.'.f., »?;9!iS-'J'5 ? . tqry 0-0) o ^^ ^ ^ •-J4 19 .558 S . .27 .'J .551 5 ..23 19 .548 i' ..J4 24 KO T , -.19 26 -i'!'i II .- 21 30 .412 12 ...20 M .400 M' . - li 31 .3Jo 1J4 x—played nluh) game. SATURDAY'S RESULTS Baltimore J, Minnesota l Oefrqif t, Chicago 3 Bat-tan 8, Kansas City 6 Cleveland 6, Washington 4 New York at Los Anaelcs. rugni SUNDAY'S GAMES Washington (Rudolph 0-0 and iwtn 0-» at Cleveland (McDowell 2-2 and Oiani ; ' f y " i also had two-7or-three, drove in fne Pelicans ran their ret- ; three runs and scored twice. The Lakers Irounced I h J Bankers 10-1 in Mid-City Major league aclion Salurday nighi with Laker Johnny Tunnard going seven inning? and allowing only Ihree hits. The Cubs squeaked by the Nationals 14-13 in Northside minor ; league action. The Cubs using I LOS ANGELES (AP)-Elslon' lh " e P itchg rs allowed 10 hits ' Howard's two-out, two-run dou-' whl . four National hurlcrs ga\'e I We in the 15th inning carried up nine - ; the New York Yankees to a 2-0 SOUTHSIDE 'triumph over the Los Angeles . s a ,ue,< Mo|or Divisio £o 0 o- ; , 5 Angels Saturday night despite a N pi°uo' 5 o ins si '"«»-? ; 4 brilliant pitching performance ona B -" Estav,iif7 a c'r7q For'S o.'i by the Angels' Dean Chance. Re9B ' e K " owle! The Yankees, ending lhe An- VFW gel winning streak at four Au Te 0 i Chance until the seventh inning and made only three before he \vas removed for a pinch hitler in the Uth. Mine Pinch hitter Hector Lopez singled off Willie Smith with : J( £ a ^,7*." c ^f /,°™ ^ two out in the 15th. sending Joej< n - Bo t> f °' rt '-< (•" and'Aion Pepitone lo second after Pepi- L ~ A " e "' tone had forced Roger Marls. . who had singled. Dan Osinski replaced Smith and was greeted by Howard's double to right center, which scored Pepitone and Lopez. !0) M , . . HR-Au*enste L ,n" Dl ^rLroc; °" ; St "" Bouareou* 3.0 o. so< Oivuign ;::::::::g5o "i'it » 'o S ;§!! MID-CITY MAJOR Oiler-, 2C2 010-5 6 2 Mcrcnonts 300000-3 3 5 BouDy Jack Tnompson and Ronnie Dc- sadler; John Foret and Hugh Morion. Chance, who went more innings than any pitcher this sea- I*fj"* n . SOB, now has hurled 23 consecu-: rimm*. _. „. tivp sfnrplpus inninoc ' afa> Dlcltl * Poulro, Tommy Jarrell (4); in e SLOreieii innings. nmmv seiba and Ken Castle. M1 °~ * 3 eless innings. Maris spoiled the 23-year-old right-hander's bid for a no-hitter with a single with none out in Uie seventh. Tony Kubefc .. /t , , singled in the I2lh, and Johnnv chi t w% n u«wr«r»wd ll H e ofiLl l 3.?)iBlaa.'hard singled in the Uth" ~ °" a "*' )uhon anti Woyrie Tryp*. .lop (^ofolre J>^. 4 '-_ <l*xhall 40 MS-Bulonc Oiikc Wiliri C u BaDin. tni. oftu (6uW itcvt Nicholson; All Slars. Joe Nulaiie niailti 11\ ft ^ "' tm '-" <,. M,-«U,»« Boston (Manbauauette 1-S and Moreheafl 3-5) ol Konsas Cliy (Peno 64 ond New VOIK Sejiui J.5) tu, Angel KHJ ouii'inorr (McNuiii 4 J! ut Mmne^atu (Posi-ui ' ~ - i»0 00* 000 000 002-2 a 000 000 000 000 000—0 10 li iflftiflgi end HO.VUU BorriileoM* and Paul Alley NOHTM&1QE MINOR Ci-es 201 0(10) I —U » J Nslionots TOO 2 04 0—13111 3 Jim 9ourgeais, St«v« Cu*mon (3). Tony Viaiar (7) and Tony Vtotor, J| m ""•• geflis (i'l; C<! r J - -

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