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SHAW MAKES TAG-Gianl re- liefer Bob Shaw Intercepted and lagged Milwaukee right fielder Hank Aaron between second and third after fielding left fielder Lee Maye'a grounder to the mound. Aaron at- templed to return to second but failed. Shortstop Jose Pagan watches the play as the Giants nipped the Braves 6-4. (AP Wirephoto). Cepeda Blasts Giants To 6-4 Victory Over Braves SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -Orlando Cepeda's two-run double in the seventh inning powered San Francisco past Milwaukee 6-4 Saturday, snapping the Giants' three-game losing streak. Cepeda doubled off reliever Jack Smith after Willie Mays and Willie McCovey singled with two out. The Giants had taken a 4-2 lead in the sixth on McCovey's single and Jim Hart's homer off starter Hank Fischer over the left field fence. Milwaukee came back with LA Downs Cords To Sweep Series LOS ANGELES (AP) -Rookie Wes Parker slammed two doubles and scored the deciding run on a two-base hit by Tommy Davis Saturday as the Los Angeles Dodgers completed a three-game sweep by edging St. Louis 3-2. The Cardinals, who led the National League in hitting last season, went 25 innings without scoring before Tim McCarver homered with Bill White aboard on a single in the sixth. Wilson Hurls Red Sox To 6-2 Triumph BOSTON (AP)-Earl Wilson pitched his fifth straight victory, a five-hitter, and belted a a two-run double off rookie sensation Wally Bunker as Boston defeated Baltimore 6-2 Saturday. Felix Mantilla, again in the role of stand-in for ailing Carl Yastrzemski, drove in four runs with a pair of doubles and a single. Wilson sent his record to 6-2, encountering most of his trouble from rookie Sam Bowens, who hit a homer in the third and a single. BALTIMORE BOSTON ob r h bl ob r h bl Brandt cf 4000 Jones 2b 5220 Aparlclo s« 2000 Mantilla If 4034 Johnson u 2000 Conlgllaro cf 2 0 1 0 Golnes If 4010 Me|los cf 2000 Sifbern Ib 2 0 0 0 Stuart Ib 4010 Robinson 3b 3 0 0 0 Thomas rf 3110 Adalr 2b 3111 Williams 3b 3000 Bowens rf 3121 Bressoud ss 3100 Biown c 301 OTIIIman c 3100 Bunker p 2000Wllson p 4112 Slock p 1000 Totals » I S ] Totals U « » « Baltimore 001 OW 010-1 Boston 040 101 OOx—< E—None. PO-A— Baltimore 24-10, Boston 2M2. DP — Jones, Bressoud and Stuart; Williams, Janes and Stuart; Bressoud, Jones and Stuart. LOB — Baltimore ), Boston 7. 2B — Thomas, Wilson, Mantilla, 2. 3B —Conlgllaro, Jones. HR — Bowens. SB- Jones. IP H R ER BBSO Bunker, L, frl ....4 I i i 4 a Slock 2 10000 Wilson, W, 6-2 .-..9 5 2 2 1 9 U—Runge, Smith, Stewart, Honochlck. T—2:13. A-7,286 This was the sixth the Dodgers in their last games and the ninth loss for the Cardinals in their last 12. The Dodgers, with 28 victories in 56 games, are playing .500, ball for the first time since the second day of the season. Parker 'led off the Dodger fourth with his first double and reached third on an infield single by Tommy Davis. A single by Frank Howard scored Parker, and a sacrifice fly by Doug Camilli brought in Davis. two in the seventh on singles by pinch hitter Ty Cline and Hank Aaron sandwiched around Felipe Alou's second triple. The triple knocked starter Juan Marichal from the game. The Braves threatened in the ninth as Alou doubled with one out but got no further than third as Billy O'Dell came on and retired Eddie Mathews and Aaron. Marichal, trying for his ninth victory, ran into immediate difficulties as ex-teammate Alou opened the game with a triple to right center. . i Eddie Mathews singled Alou pieht' h? me . advanced on Lee Maye's eifeni i single and scored when Joe Torre grounded out. Mantle Powers NY By White Sox, 6-3 NEW Mantle YORK hit his (AP) - Mickey i llth home run! League leading Chicago White Sox 6-3. Tigers Whip Los Angeles DETROIT (AP) - Detroit, powered by Don Wert and Dick McAuliffe, whipped the Los Angeles Angels 8-5 Saturday despite a pair of two-run homers by Jim Fregosi. Fregpsi rapped his seventh and eighth homers off Tiger starter Dave Wickersham, who allowed only five other hits and boosted his record to 8-5. and drove in two runs Saturday j »*„„,!„ u ».- », as the New York Yankees tookLK ', ^^'"f r ,f l , A - t the third straight game of their handedand - 216 left-handed for series with ihf American! a , c , on ] bm ' d T? gC J f ^ sitv _ jgled in the first, hit a homer inlo the right, field bleachers in Ihe fourth, walked intentionally in the fifth and singled in the seventh before, leaving for pinch runner Hector Lopez. j Al Downing started for thej Yankees but gave way to a' pinch hitter in the fourth. Bill Stafford pitched into the ninth and was credited with his third victory. Pete Mikkelsen finished. Rookie Frank Kreutzer, a lefty making his first start of the year for the White CHICAGO Sox, left afler four innings with the game tied, and relief man Hoyt WUhelm was charged with his third defeat. The Yankees broke the 3-3 lie in the fifth on Tony Kubek's single, Bobby Richardson's sacrifice and Tom Tresh's single off Wilhelm. ob r h bl 4001 41)0 3120 3010 LOS ANGELES DETROIT ob r h bl Green cf 3100 Lumps 2h Rodgers c 4120 Bruton cf Fregosi ss 4224 Kallne rl Clinton rf 4010 Cash Ib Adcock Ib 4111 Demeter If 4 1 i > i Klrkpatr'k If 4 0 0 0 Freehan c 412 Satrlano 3b 4000 McAullflo ss 4 .1 3 2 Knoop 2b 3010 Wert 3b 3023 Newman p 1000 Wlck'sham o 3 0 1 o Smith p 2000 Dullba p 0000 Oslnskl p 0000 Londls cl Wclv 2b cBulord Jb Ward 3b Hanscn ss Robinson rl Nicholson II McCrow 1b M'ncrlney c Marfln c Kreulzer D Wllhclm o Mossl p dCun'ham Totals o—Grounded NEW YORK ob r h bl ob r h bl 4000 Kubfk ss 5122 2000 Rlch'dson 2b 4 1 1 0 0000 Marls rl 4000 4010 Mantlft cl 3132 3100 blopp; If 0000 3100 Tresh ll-cf 4021 2110 Howard c 4110 .1022 Pepllone Ib 2100 1001 Llnz 3b 4121 2000 Downing p 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 OaBoyer 1000 1000 Stafford p 2010 000 0 Mikkelsen p o 0 0 0 1000 17143 Totals M 411 « put for Downing In 4th; b-Ran lor Mantle In 7lh; c—Walked lor Wels In 8th; d—Struck out for Mossl In 9th. 24 E ,2:«^ 2 |rD 3 p-- P N 0 ewma^ $SS$£ and Adcock; Newman, Fregosi and Adcock; Fregosi, Knoop and Adcock; Werl, Lumpe and Cosh. LOB-Los Angeles 3 UCIrOli 6. 3B-McAu_llffe. MR-Adcock, Frcgosl 2, SF—Lumpc, Werl. R ER 3122 1101 3310 1102 S S 2 1 Flaherty, iCarrlcjan. \ , E—Martin, Nicholson. PO-A - Chicago 24-13, New York 27-9. DP -Ward, Wels and McCraw; Hansen, Bulord and Me- Craw. LOB — Chicago 6, New York 8. ,,A B ~ Rlcna rdson, Howard, Stallord. HR - Mantle. S-McCraw, KreuUer, Richardson. SF—McNerlncy Athletics Nip Indians, 5-4 CLEVELAND (AP) - Kansas City's Orlando Pena and John Wyatt teamed up .for a five hit 5-4 victory over the Cleveland Indians Saturday giving the Ath- iniioe- _... manageri ]yj e ] new Gaha, his first triumph. KANSAS CITY CLEVELAND Cause «"b r h bl ab r h bl Wolcl'k " S 0 0 0 Dovalilio M cf 3001 Charles 3b 301 0 Wagner II 4010 Colavllo rf SOU Chalice rt Gentile Ib 1 2 OOWhlttleld Ib Bryan c 4122 Romano c Malhews cf 3001 Alvls 3b Green 2b .1110 Brown 2b i,, cn ?L ° 3 0 0 OaFrancona Wyalt p 1000 Held 2b Slebert p Bell p bMoron Kansas City E-None. Kreu , ler "» Smith, L, 1-4 22-3 4 ~ IT? Oslnskl ."......" l 2-3 1 Wlck'rsh'm, W, B-J 9 7 U—Holler, Hurley, T-2:23. A-4,944. Downing .... Slolford, W, 3-0 MlkkcMsen HBP — By Wilhelm (Pepllone). WP— Kreulzcr, Downing. U—McKinley, Chylak Soar, Solerno. T— 2:45. A—15,531 .4 . 4 1-3 . 2-3 R ER BB SO 3 .1 I 2 3214' 0000' 3345 0023 0002; ANGELES obrhbl 4 I 1 0 Wills ss 4020 c 3 1 1 2 Gllllam 3b 4000 4010 Porker cf-rf 4220 3 0 0 OT. Davis II 4121 4010 Howard rf 3011 4000 fairly Ib 1010 2 0 1 OM'Mullen Ib 3 0 1 0 1000 Perran'skl p 1 0 0 0 300 OComilll c 2001 1 0 0 OTroce'skl 2b 3 0 1 0 200 OMoeller p 2000 1 0 0 0 Miller p 0000 0000 bW.Davis cf 1 0 0 0 32 J S 2 Totals 32 3 10 1 Force play for Sadeckl In ST. LOUIS LOS ob r h bl While Ib McCarver Groat ss Boyer 3b Flood cf James If Clemens rf cGagllano Javier 2b dLong Sadeckl p aWarwIck Taylor p Totals. o-HIt Into 7th; b—Grounded ouf for Miller in 7th; c—Filed out for Clemens In 9th; d— Struck out for Javier In ?th. St. Loult 000002000-2 Los, Angeles ooo JIO oox-3 E-None Po-A-St. Louis 24-11, Los An- geies 27-11. LOB—St. Louis 6, Los Angeles 6. 2B-Porker 2, T. Davis, Fairly. HR— McCorver. SB—Wills 2. SF—Camilli. IP H R ER BB SO Sodeckl, L, e-5 ....6 83303 Taylor 2 20001 Moeller, W, 4-5 51-34 2 2 2 2 Miller 12-3 t 0 0 0 0 Perranoskl 2 00012 U—Crawford, Vorgo, Jockowskl. T— 2:21. A—29,199. MILWAUKEE SAN FRANCISCO ob r h bl ab r h bl F. Alou cf 5231 Kuenn rf-lf 4100 •Mathews 3b 4 1 1 1 Hiller 2b 4000 Aaron rf 5021 Mays cf 4121 Maye If 4010 McCovey If 4220 Torre Ib-c 4 0 0 1 J A.lou rf 0000 Rnnew c 400 0Cepeda Ib 4122 Wdword Ib OOOOHoller c 3000 Bol.ioa 2b 4000 Hart 3b 3112 Menke ss 4010 Pagan ss 3001 Fischer p 1010 Marichal p 3000 aCllne l l l o Mack'zle p 0000 Smith p 000 OShow p 1000 bDe loHoz 1000 O'Dell p 0 0 080 Totals 37 4 10 4 Totals J3 6 7 6 a-Slngled for Fischer In 7th, b—Filed on) for Smith In 9th Milwaukee JM 000 JOO—1 Son Francisco 100 102 20x—6 E—Menke, Boiling, Pagan, Kuenn, Hiller, Mays. PO-A—Milwaukee 24-9, Son Francisco 27-12. DP—Holler and Hiller; Hiller and Cepeda. LOB—Milwaukee 8, San Francisco 6. 28—Menke, Cepeda, F. Alou. 3B—F Alou 2. HR—Hart. SB-Aaron. _, . IP H R ERBBSO Fischer 6 44232 Smith, L, 2-1 2 3 J 2 0 3 xMarlchal 6 8 ^ 4 2 3 MocKenzle 1-300000 Show, W, 4-3 2 2 0 0 fl 0 0 Dell 1-300000 Saotord 1-300000 x—Faced 2 men In 7th. WP-Flscher. U—Venzon, Weyer, Harvey, Conlan. T—2:21. A—25,157. Unguarded Plate Gives Phillies Win PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Bobby Wine scored a run when New York left home plate unguarded and winning pitcher Jim Bunning gave up only five hits as the Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Mets 8-2 Saturday. Two of the hits off Sunning were home runs by Ron Hunt in the first and by Jim Hickman iii the sixth. Pirates Are 10-7 Victors Over Chicago CHICAGO iAP) -r. Smoky Burgess slammed a three-run homer and Bob BaiJey spanked two doubles and a triple in leading the Pittsburgh Pirates over the Chicago Cubs 10-7 Saturday. Burgess' first homer of the I season came in a five-run fifth' which chased Lew Burdette, i seeking his third straight victory since the Cubs acquired him recently from the St. Louis Cardinals. Pinch hitter Leo Burke's three-run homer in the sixth which trimmed Pittsburgh's lead to 7-6 sent Vern Law to the showers, but the veteran pitcher notched his fourth victory in nine decisions. By Hinton Paces Senators Twins, 4-2 WASHINGTON (AP)- Chuck Hinton drove in the tie-breaking run with a sixth-inning single as the Washington Senators downed the Minnesota Twins 4-2 Saturday. Ed Brinkman, Don Zimmer and Hinton singled after two were out in the sixth. The Senators added a run in the seventh on singles by Don Lock and Jim King and Chuck C o 11 i e r's squeeze bunt. MINNESOTA WASHINGTON ab r h bl ab r h bl Versalles ss S 1 2 I Brinkman ss 3 3 1 0 Rollins 3b S 1 4 0 Zimmer .Ib .1010 Oliva rl 3011 Kennedy 3b Kilicbrcw If 4000 Minion II Allison Ib 301 0 Skowron Ib 4000 Lock rlcf 3000 LeppeM c 2010 bValcnllne 2000 Bfumlcv c 2000 Hunt ct 1000 aKIng rl 0000 Collier 2b 1 0 1 OOsieen p 2 Total* M.J10.2 Total* U 4 8 4 q—Filed out tor Hunt In Slh; b—Ran for Lepperi In 7th; c-Slngled (or Plels In Wh. Mlniwiotq 101.000 000-2 WaMilnatan 100 ill vox-4 E—Collier, Versolles, Zimmer, Allen. PO A—Minnesota 2t J. Woshinglon II 16. DP~Zlmmei. Collier and SKowron; Brinkman, Collier and Skowron: CHIem, Bilnkman, Collier and Skowron I-OB-- Minnesala 10. Washington M 28-Allen. Lock, Hinton. .IB-Rollins HR—Versallei. S-Ollvo. CoMici IP H R ER BBSO jiRoland 4 1 ? ? A 3 Shiltlelt, L, 0-1 ... 2 1-3 « 2 2 1 0 Pleli 1231 0 0 1 .1 OMeen, W. 5-4 .. t 10 2 2 2 S x—Faced one man In Slh HBP—Bv Osleen. (Ollva) U—Valentine. Rlr.e, Nq?t». SIIH'enV T—3 00 A -3 4.SB NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA ob r h bl ab r h bl Hickman cl 4111 Ro|as If S 0 1 1 Hunt 2b ...4 1 2 1 Hernsfn Ib 4230 Gender c 4000 Callison rl .4231 Chr't pher rl 3 0 0 0 Allen 3b 3 1 10 Kranep'l Ib 3000 Gonzalei cf 3012 C. Smith 3b 3 0 1 0 T. Taylor 2b 4 1 1 2 McMillan ss 3000 Dalrymple c 4 1 2 I R. Taylor If 3 0 1 0 Wine ss 2100 Lary p 2000 Sunning p 3011 Sturdlvant p 0 0 0 0 aSleph son 1000 Locke p 0000 Totals .. . JO 2 i 2 Totals .. Jit lit a—Grounded out tor Sturdlvant In 9th. New York 100 091 000-2 Philadelphia on 010 40x—8 E—C, Smith. PO-A— New York 24-14, Philadelphia 27-12 DP — Taylor, Wine and Herrnstein; Wine. Taylor and Herrnstein; Hunt, McMllland and Kranepool. LOB— New York 1, Philadelphia 4. 28 — Dalrymple, Gonzalez. HR—Hunt, Callison, Hickman. SB— Taylor. SF-Ro- los, Gonzalez. IP H R ERBBSO Lory, L, 0-1 5 74424 Slurdlvant 2 54401 Locke I I 0 0 Bunnlng, W. 6-2 ...9 S 2 2 HBP — By Lary (T. Taylor). _ Williams, Smith, Gorman, PeleKoudas. t— 2:14. A-4,875. ab r h bl 4000 4001 S 1 1 0 5100 4021 4 1 J 8 4110 4131 1000 0000 1113 oooo 0000 1110 37.7 10.i 4th; p— PITTSBURGH CHICAGO ab r h bl virdon cf 5220 Stewart ss Bailey 3b 4332 Brock cf Cicmente rf 4 1 3 3 Williams If Lynch If 5120 Santo 3b Burgess c 421 3 Banks Ib Clenden'n Ib 4 1 0 0 A'llltano 2b Mazer'skl 2b 5 0 2 2 Gabr'lson rf Alley ss 40 OOScholfer c Law p 3000 Burdelte p McBean p 1000 Schurr p aBurke Spring p Me Daniel p bCowqn ToloU 39101110 Totals o -Homered for Schurr In Tripled lor McDanlel In 9th. Pittsburgh 002 050 MO—10 Chicago 002 004 001— 7 E—Virdon, Bailey, McOanlel. PO-A— Pittsburgh 2M2, Chicago 27-13. DP Banks, Stewart and Banks. LOB — Pills burqh 6, Chicago 6. 28 — Virdon. Bailey 2, Mazeroskl. 38 —Bailey, Virdon. Cowan. HR— Burqess, Burke. SB — Brock. S—qurdette. SF — Clemenle. IP H R ERBBSO Lpw, W, 45 51-396 4 1 4 McBean 32-3 11112 Burdelte, L, 2-1 ...41-3 tq 6 6 0 3 0 0 t Schurr 12-3(1101 0 4' Spring 2-3 221 0 U — i McOanlel 21-3 I 1 I 2 2 U—Slelner. Barllck. Dorptem and Landes T-2:38. A-14,960. Hall cl Bailey c Allen Jb Kindall 2b Roland p Shllflett p Plels p cKastro 0000 S 1 2 1 i soil 4021 3000 oioo 1000 1000 2010 2001 4000 S-L-O-W ICE SERVICE? BUY A SCOTSMAN ICE MACHINE You can have ice anytime you need it right at your fingertips with a Scotsman Ice Machine. The ice bin is automatically kept filled 24 hours a day. Scotsman models for either cubes or flakes produce ice for just eight cents a hundred pounds. Install a Scotsman Ice Machine iu your busine.ss. 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RESULTS Phlldelphlo 8, New York 2 Pittsburgh 10, Chicago 1 Los Angeles 3, St. Louis } Son Francisco «, Milwaukee 4 Cincinnati 6, Houston t Cincinnati rO'Tool» 5-2) a) San Francljco Milwaukee (Sadawskl U and SckntMtr O-l ot Los Anaeles (Wlllhlt* M and Orieoo J-J or K«d 0-0), N«« York (Cisco i-t, and Jackson 3-0) ot . ^ h "2 tl <L'i h i 0 ( Mo '«"'«y M and Short 4-3), douhleheader St. Louis (Gibson M or Sfldeekl «-<) at ....Houston (Forrell M), night Pittsburgh (Blass 3-2 ond Gibbon 3-» of gp (Ellsworth 7-5 and Slaughter doubleh«ad«r AMERICAN L6AOUE Won Lmt Pel. 8«himJ 31 18 .433 32 21 .MM 30 Jl .S8H Baltimore , New York , Minnesota Cleveland Boston ... Detroit ,., Los Angeles Kansas City Jl 74 JS 27 .534 .519 .518 I 2 4V» SVj 5Vi 9Vj 11V, 1SW 34 .414 34 .333 SATURDAY'S RESULTS Detroit 8, Los Angslej s New York «, Chlcaoo 3 Washington 4, Minnesota 2 Kansos City 5, Cleveland 4 Boston 4, Baltimore 2 SUNDAY'S OAMES Ch caflo (Plzarro 7-2 ond Peters /.?) n t *&'"* X?. r ^ 'P°'*V I-2 on< * Sheldon 0-0), doubleheader 2-10) at Detroll (Lollch S-S and Mo Loin 1-0), doufjleheoder Minnesota (Stonge 2-4 ond Arrlrjo 3-1 nr Knot 5-3) al Woshlnaton (Nnrum «-3 and Cheney 1-2), doubleheader Baltimore (McNolly 4-4 ant Eslradfl 0-1 "f Hall 4-0) at Boston (Lamobs 4-3 ond Sponswlck 1-2), doublehroder Kansos City (Drabowsky 2-7 and O'Donoghue J-4) at Cleveland (Donovon 2-3 and Grant 3-4), doubleh«ader 3001 3100 3122 4000 2000 1010 1000 1000 1000 1000 p o o o o 304 5 4 FATHER'S DAY-JUNE 21st count on Penney's to make good on every purchase, every purchase ... or your money back! 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