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MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1964, Ldka Charles American Press White Sox Collapse Puts Orioles Ahead ^ By The Associated Press i who have dropped six straight, j run-scoring single. •We have been going good. I The third - place Yankees' Another highlight of the five- anr I we are going to get better." moved four percentage points j doubleheadcr day was the 30 Manager Al Lopez of the j behind Chicago, holding a seven home runs that were hit in the said Chicago White vSox shortly be- i game winning streak, longest in fore his American League lead- ; the majors this season. I The rampaging Yankees ren- j dered the White Sox attack so 1 ineffective it might lake Lopez ! the rest of the year to find it. crs started a five-game series with the New York Yankees. The White Sox now are in second place. The Yankees took care of that, using just 50 hours for a sweep of the series. They completed the annihilation Sunday, taking a doubleheadcr 8-3 and 4-3 in 10 innings. The double loss coupled with Baltimore's (wo victories over Boston put the Orioles on top, one game and 10 percentage points ahead of flic While Sox, league. That tied the major league record set June 10, 1962. Minnesota's power - landen Twins led the onslaught in their 6-5 and 9-2 victories over Washington. The Orioles clobbered Chicago managed only 28 hits in j the Red Sox 104 and 8-1, Kanthe series and scored only 10j sas City edged Cleveland 6-5 in runs. \ 10 innings and 3-2 and Detroit The White Sox came close to averting the sweep but couldn't hold off New York in the ninth inning of Sunday's nightcap. Trailing 3-1, the Yankees scored twice with the aid of shortstop lion Hanse's error, then won il in flic Iflth on Joe Pepitone's AMERICAN BOXES First Gam* MINNESOTA WASHINGTON ob rh bl abrh bl ' Vcrsalles ss 4 1 I iZmimT 3b 4000 Oil no rl 41? 0 Skowron ph 1000 Rollins 3b 3111 Bins amp 2b 5011 Killcbrew If 3 2 2 JHmlon II S 0 1 0 Hal! c/ 4000K!no rl .1000 Allison Ib J I 1 I Phillips Ib 3 000 Bnttcv t 4000 Brumlcv c -I 0 1 0 Klndoil 2b 4010 Lock cl 4110 Stance D 3000 Brmkmon ss 4 3 3 1 Perry D 2000fJarum p 0000 Valentine ph 1113 Hannan p 1 0 1 o _ . , K'dy ph-3b 2010 Totals 34 4 8 « Totals 37 5 10 5 Minnesota 217000010—4 Wcshit.glon 003010001—5 DP—•.yasriingfon I. LOB—Minnesota 3, Washington 7. 5B — Rollins, Ollva. HR—Klllebrcw 2 (W), Allison (14), Versallcs (5), Valcn- ; tine (3), Brlnkmon (3). In U D Stannc. W. 3-6 ... s 2-3 6 4 Perry 3 ).] 4 1 Narum, L, r-J ... J d 5, I 1 0 Second Game BALTIMORE BOSTON obrhbl obrhbl Bronai cf 5 0 1 2Jones Vb 4000 Arwrlcio ss 302 OCortioilaro If 4020 Sav'nc ph-ss 200 OY'tuc'skl cl 4010 Bowcns rt 4000 Stuart Ib 3000 Sicfiern Ib 3 ? 1 0 Thomas rl 2000 Robinson 3b 3 I 0 OMontlllo 3b 3110 Adnlr 2b 4222 Bressoud ss 2001 Clmoll If 4211 Nixon c 3000 Brown r. .'I I 1 1 Tillmun c 0000 Esfrada D I 0 0 0Connolly p 2000 Galncs ph 100 0 Williams 3b 1010 Hall p 1001 Totals 34 8 8 7 Totals Baltimore Boston Herman ,,, ,, Kline Narum loced 2 men 3rd. ERBB SO 4 1 4 1 1 4 5 0 1 000 0 5 0 0 58 1 5 1 i 010 000 025-4 I 000 000 010—1 I E—Clmolli Mantilla. Conlgllaro DP — Baltimore 3, Boston I. LOB—Baltimore 3, • Boston 2. 2B—Slebern, Clmoli, Montllla, Williams. S—Hall. SF—Bressoud. IP H R ERBBSO Estrada, W, 1-1 Hall Connolly, L, 1-J Hcltner 4 7 ].] 1 2-3 .HBP—By Narum' (Rollins); by Rldjlk (Klllebrcw). WP—Narum, Perry. T—2:38 Second Com« MINNESOTA WASHINGTON ' ., , obrhbl obrhbl Vorsalles is 5120 Brnkn ss 4010 Olivp rl. 5071 Kennedy 3b 3121' Rollins Jb 5110 Hlnton If 3000 Killebrew If 4211 Skowron Ib 30211 Mlnchcr Ib 0000 Lock rf 4020 Allison Ib-lf 5231 Lcppcrt c 4000 Hall cl 412 3 Hunt cf J 1 1 o Goryl 2b 2000 Cottier ?d 3010 K'dall pr-2b 1 0 1 1 Cheney p 1000 Zlm'man c 4131 Duckworth p 1 0 0 0 Koat p 4112 Zimmcr ph 1000 _ Valentine ph ) 0 0 0 Totals 40 9 IS i Totals 32 2 » 2 Minnesota 100 204 101—> Washington 001 000 010—? i E-Nonc. DP-Minnesota 3. LOB-MIn- \ nesota 8. Washington 7. i ?B—Allison, Versallos, Ollva. Cottier. HR—Klllebrcw (20), Holl (13), Kaat (2), : Allison 05). SF—Hall, Kennedy. „ . ... IP H R ER BBSO Kaot. W, 6-3 i 9 2 ? 2 6 Cheney, L, 1-3 ... 113 43310 Duckworth 2135 .< 4 o 2 Jf'd/ik M-J4 l i o ? Bride's 2 2110? HBP—By Duckworth (Goryl); by PB—Nixon. T—2:31. A—29.853. First Game LOS ANGELES DETROIT ob r h bl ab r h bi 3)2! Lumps 2b 3 1 J 0 50)0 Brown If 3 J 1 1 0000 Kaline rf 4123 3010 Cash Ib 3000 4020 Demeter cf 4010 3)11 Froehan c 4000 Plrrsoll If Rodqcrs c Koppe pr Frcaosi ss Clinton rl Adcock Ib Torrc-s 3b Perry cl P'rson ph-cf Knoop ?b McBnde D Green ph Osmskl p Snutn on Totals 4110 McAulif'e ss 4 1 2 1 3110 Werl 3b 1000 Lotirh p 4132 Raksw p 0000 Bru'tii •' 2100 I) 0 0 0 1000 0000 squeezed by Los Angeles 6-5 and 6-4. Before the Yankees struck in the ninth inning of the second game, Gary Peters appeared set to record his first complete game in 13 .starts. Singles by Elston Howard and Joe Pepitone and Hansen's error scored one run while Bobby Richardson's sacrifice fly took care of the other. Pepitone singled home Archie Moore with the winning run. Moore had walked, taken second on a sacrifice and advanced (o third on a fly. Dave Nicholson clouted a three-run homer for Chicago in the sixth. •Juan Pizarro suffered h i s third loss in 10 decisions in the opener. Howard and Phil Linz rocked him for two-run homers in the second. Linz added a solo homer in the eighth. Baltimore moved into first place behind the five-hit pitching of Chuck Estrada and Dick Hall in the nightcap. Estrada pitched the first five innings, enough for his first victory since May 21, 1963. Jerry Adair drove in two runs for the Orioles, giving him five for the day. Brooks, Robinson and Luis Aparicio each lashed four hits in the opener. Farrell Becomes First to Win 10 By The Associated Press Houston's Dick Farrell pitches with a gun at his back. The gun's name is Nellie Fox. Fa r r e 11, who figures the scrappy Fox is the latest weapon in his well-stocked pitching arsenal, became the first 10- game winner in the major leagues Sunday night as he scattered eight hits in a 4-1 triumph over (he St. Louis Cardinals. A converted reliever acquired from the Los Angeles Dodgers for the premier $125,000 price tag in the National League expansion draft, Farrell is in his third and most productive season as a starter. And that's where Fox, acquired from the NATIONAL" BOXES (Skowron); by 'Rldilk (Zimmerman) —Cheney. T—2:42. A—40,359, Kaot WP CHICAGO First Gome NEW YORK ob r h bl ab r h W 4010 Kubc-k ss 3000 3 fl.l.J Blcb'dson 2b -4 0 1 400 0 Marls rf 4000 300 OManile cf 3110 400 0 Lopez pr-lf 0000 3 1 0 OTresh ll-cf " 4122 Howard c 1000 Pepitone Ib 1 0 0 OLInz 3b 000 0 Daley p 0000 Renlff p 1000 3100 41)2 3121 4333 2021 2110 Hshbgr cl Wcis 2b Wor<j 33 Nicnoison If Rcoinson rf Hansen ss McCraw Ib Correon c Fisher p Landis ph Baumann p Butord ph M'N c-y ph-c 1100 Martin pn-c 1000 Tolols 30 3 « 3 Totals 32 J 11 8 Chicago Oil 100000—1 Ne*v Yorx , .....040 200 llx—I E—Nicholson. DP—Chicago 1. LOB — 5, New York 4. , .---.„,, McCrow. HR — McCrow (4), I SF—Lump*, IS), Llni 2 (3). SB - Tresn. SF—WPIS, Pepltone. IP H R ER BBSO L ?2 ... 2 54400 4 : 2 2 1 2 Chi-c-o :B - i o it n Join 1000 36 5 15 4 Tola!! 28 i J 5 Los Angeles no 300 TOO—5 Delroit 300 100 llx— 6 E—Knoop. DP—Los Anacics 1. Delroit 3. LOB—Los Angeles 9, Detroit 5. 2B—Clinton. Kaline. HR_Plersall (1), Knoop 15), Adcock (7). Kolme (A), Brown (3), McAulllte (7). S—Wort, Rakow. IP H R ER BB SO McBnde 1 I 3 3 2 2 D Lcc ' J 0 0 7 0 Osinskl 5 I 2 l i i R. Lee, L. 1-4 ... i l 1 l o 0 Lohch '321120 Rokow, W 3-5 .. 7 ? 3 8 J J I 1 Sherry 1.3 ? 0 0 1 0 Fox 2-300000 D Lee faced 3 men In 3rd. HBP—By Rokow (Fregosl). T—2:44. Second Game LOS ANGELES DETROIT ab r h bl gb r h bl Pearson cf 501 OLumpe 2b 3111 5-1 V 2 Brown If 3000 4 0 1 0 Thorn's Ph-lt 2 00 V 4010 Kaline rl 4100' 4 1 2 OCash Ib 3001 3112 Demeter cl 4132 300 OMcAullffe sj 2 1 1 0 1010 Werl 3b 4011 4110 Roarks c 4110 3010 McLaln p 2000 1010 Bruton pti 0100 Fox p 1010 37 411 4 Totals 32 6 8 t Los Angeles 000 022 OOO—4 Detroit 020 000 40x—6 E—Latman. DP—Delroit 1. Anaeles 7, Defrolf 9. 2&r-Demei«r 2. HR-Smlth 1, Power 1. . >t Frc-gosl ss Clinton rf Rodgers c Power Ib Torres 3b Green ph Knoop 2b Latman p Klrkp'k ph Totals sedline For jor League Deals Tonight By The Associated Press The Minnesota Twins would like to take a Chance on Dean, the controversial Angel, but are reluctant to -break up their power "trust; The Twins already have made one offer for Los Angeles' Dean Chance, a 22-year-old right- hander who has had harsh words with the Angels' front office. But the Twins were unwUl- LOB-Losiing to meet the asking price- slugger Bob Allison. FELLED BY DRIVE — New York Yankee pitcher Peie Mikkelson tries to regain his footing after he was hit over the left eyebrow by a line drive off the bat of Chicago's Pete Ward in the eighth inning of Sunday's second game at Yankee Stadium. Yankee infielder Phil Linz inspects the damage at close range. At left is Chicago coach Tony Cuccinello and Yankee catcher Elston Howard is at right. (AP Wirephoto). TIME OUT By FranL Adams BASEBALL FANS MAY do a double-take when they look at the major league baseball box scores in today's paper, and for good reason. A revised box score form, approved overwhelmingly by member newspapers of The Associated Press, went into the use for the i'irst time with Sunday's games. One of the motives behind the change in style was to save space, always a major problem with every newspaper. To accomplisn this, the boxes have been tightened up, with all vital information remaining but some of the deadwood being trimmed away. To the reader, it may not appear that there has been much saving, but if it is considered that box scores normally fill from one-third to half of the space in this paper's sports pages each day the overall-benefit be- cpmeS-more- understandable, . " \ HERE IS A SUMMARY OF THE CHANGES: 1—When a relief pitcher does not come to bat his name is dropped from the batting summary. It appears, of course, in the pitching summary. However, if a starting pitcher is knocked out of the box before he comes to bat, his name should be included in the batting summary. The names of all pinch hitters and pinch runners will appear in the batting summary even if they have CINCINNATI SAN FRANCISCO obrhbl obrhbl Klaus 2b 4111 Kuenn rMf 4 0 2 0 Harper If 400 OMcCovey tf 31)0 Plnson cl 3 0 2 0 J. Alou rf 0100 Colcman Ib 3000 Mays cl 4331 Robinson rf 4000 Cepeda Ib 2212 Edwards c 4120 Hart 3b 4123 Cardenas sj 4010 DVertporf 2b S 0 0 I Boros 3b 4 0 1 1 Holler e 4000 0 Tool e p 0000 Paqan ss 4 0 0 0 Ellis p 1000 Herbel p 3000 Queen ph 1010 Keouoh ph 1000 Rose ph 1000 Totals 34 2 8 2 Totals 31 I » 7 Cincinnati OM 000 Oil-I San Francisco 303 000 20x—s E—Cepeda, Cardenas. DP—Cincinnati 2, San Francisco 2. LOB—Cincinnati 7, San Francisco 4, • • ,,'B—Hart, Mays, Edwards.- 3B—Mays. HR-Cepeda (7), Hart (6), Klaus (2). SF—Davenport. • • I Chicago White Sox, enters picture. "He keeps me down," says the 30-year-old; right-hander. "He is always on! my back." | Farrell had a 10-20 record for 1 the Colts in 1962 and was 14-13 last year. But with the helpful intimidation of the little second baseman he has reached the first plateau en route to a 20- victory season with the best record in the majors. FarrelPs latest triumph was his seventh in a row and brought his record to an eye- opening 10-1. It also extended the Cardinals' skid. St. Louis now has lost four straight and 18 of its last 24 while falling into eighth place, 614 games he- hind National League leading Philadelphia. The Phillies swept a doubleheader from the New York Mets 9-5 and 4-2, boosting their lead over second-place San Francisco to one-half game. The Giants' rode homers by Orlando Cepeda and Jim Hart to an 8-2 victory over Cincinnati. Elsewhere in-the ML, Milwau- on in ; 'P • O'Toole, L, 5-3 ... 1 Ir3 ! Ellis 32-3 I McLool 2 I Durcn 1 i Herbcl, W, 4-2 ... 9 1 T—2:33. A—32,819. ST. LOUIS HOUSTON Ob r h bl 4000 Llllls ss 4 0 1 0 Fox 2b 4130 White cf 4021 Sp'gler cf-lf 4000 Bond If 3000 Kasko ss Ob r h bl 3111 4010 0 0 D 0 2002 4000 0000 c 4 0 ) OAsoro'nte 3o 3 0 I 0 2010 Roberts Ib 3110 1000 Stoub rt 2100 1000 Botemon c 3111 2000 Farrell p 3010 1000 1000 35 1 ! 1 Totals 27 « 6 4 Louil 000 001 000—1 the i produced the fireworks for the Phillies in the opener. Briggs bearing ; singled twice, slammed a dou- b'e, drove in two runs and scored twice, riding home Richie Allen's 13th homer the fourth. John Callison took over against the Mets in the nightcap, driving in three runs with a homer and double. Art Mahaffey got the nightcap victory with Ed Roebuck's relief he'ri after Ray Gulp posted his first victory since April 26 in the opener. Cepeda and Hart, who drnve in three runs, hit consecutive homers against Reds starter Jim O'Toole, 5-3 in the third inning. Willie Mays also figured heavily in the attack with a single, double, triple and three runs scored. Ron Herbcl, 4-2, got the victory with an eight- hitter. The Braves unloaded 11 extra- base hits—including the 350th homer of Hank Aaron's major league career—and became the first team in two years to sweep a doubleheader against the Flood cl Groal ss While Ib Boyer 3b James rt Skinner II McCarvcr Javier 2b Clemens ph Buchek 2b Gibson p Garjllono ph Warwick ph Totals SI. Houston '.'...„'...'.'.'.'.'.'.','.' foo" 030 MX—4 . E-Fox, DP-St. Louis 1, Houston 1. LOB—St. Louis 9, Houston 3. 2B-LIIIIS, Roberts. 3B-Whlle. SF-1 Spongier 2. IP Gibson, L, 5-4 4 Taylor 2 T—2:'l2. 'A-15,341. kee swept a doubleheader from the Los Angeles Dodgers by identical 5-1 scores and the Chicago Cubs defeated Pittsburgh 5-2. The second game of the Cubs-Pirates doubleheader was rained out. Farrell struck out nine and walked two, allowing the Cardinals' only run in the sixth when Bill White tripled and Ken Boyer singled. Al Spanger provided the runs Farrell needed with two sacrifice flies, the last capping a three-run fifth inning up- risinglhat put it away against Bob Gibson, 5-4. John Briggs, starting his first major league game because of a leg injury to Wes Covington, Dodgers In Los Angeles. Aaron, Felipe Alou and Denis Menke homered in the opener while Tony Clonlnger, 5-5, pitched a five-hitter. Gene Oliver slammed a bases-empty homer and a run : producing don-. ble in the nightcap while Bob' Sadowski, Dan-Schneider andi Denny check hits. Lemasler combined to the Dodgers on seven Billy Cowan and Lou Brock slammed two-run homers as the Cubs whipped the Pirates. Dick Ellsworth, "8-5," hao" a four-hit shutout until .the ninth when Gene Freese accounted for the Pittsburgh runs with a two-run homer. ERBBSO 422 0 0 0 1 2 9 Hansen Almost Missed at 16 I PITTSBURGH CHICAGO i ab r h bl Alley it 4000Stewart ss ! Bailey II 401 0 Brock rl , Clemente rt 4 1 2 OWlliams Freese 3b 4112 Santo 3b . Clenden'n Ib 4 0 1 0 Banks Ib I Moier'sk/ 2i> 4 0 0 0 A 'mono 26 -4. Poflliaronl c~20 VO Bertell c Vrraon-c» 3,0 DO Cowan cl 20 0 0 Elfsworttl p 1000 32 2 « J Totell SAN DIEGO, Calif. (API- Fred Hansen. the slim, record- vaulter from Texas, almost eliminated at the the now common 16-foot Blass p Mota ph Totals Pittsburgh Chicago E-Alley. ab r h bl i I, 1 ?; cracking 4010 4120 3010 .1000 3111 3112 3010 32 5 > J 000000002—2 000 021 JOx-5 1, LOB— Pltls- - DP—Chicago burgh 4, Chicago S. Br 2 oV( ( 2T e F ( r%s? 0l -' fy - HR ^ 0 *° n Daley (octO T-! I*. 6 J man 0 0 n 7tn. Lotmon, L, 2-5 Belinsky R. Lee McLnln Lolich, VI, 4-5 . Fox Lotman faced 3 IP 1-3 1 2-3 ER BB SO HBP— By -16,233. men In 7th. Whether the fourth-place i only zeros for their efforts. Blass, Green Butters Ellsworth, • T—2:04. L, 3-3 Lotman (Lurnpe). T—2 19. !• Second Gome NEW YORK ab r h bi ab r h bi ) 5010 EOyCf ss 5 0 1 J) i 0 ) 0 Pirh ion Jb 4 0 0 1 I 0 Cl 0 Lopez rt 5030 14)2 C IJ.aMic ci 3600 3110 Moore rt 4000 Tresh It 3113 Howard c 2000 Pepitone Ib 3000 Una :b e 4 0 1 0 Sheldon p 0000 Marts ph 4000 Gonzalez ph 37 3 7 3 T0lol» „ . out when winning run scortd. Chicago 000 003 000 8—J New York 000 000 It] 1-4 E-Hansen 2, LJnz. DP—Chicago 1, New York 1, LOB—Chicago 10, New York 10. 2B—Robinson, Buford, McCraw, Lopei. HR-Nlcr»ol»on (9). SB—Hershberotr, Bayer. S—Tresh. SF—Richardson. IP H R ERBBSO Peters 82-3 - - - - Wiihe-lm, L, 0-4 .. 1 Sheldon" '.'..'.'.'...'.'. 7 Willicms ..'. '.. j Remff, W, 3-2 1 CHICAGO V.'oro ja Stephens cf H '.r, per cl It- lic-rtney < Merlin c Psters p Totals 0100 4120 4 1 J 1 5121 3000 2010 1000 1001 37 4 It 4 First Camt KANSAS CITY CLEVELAND ab r h bl ab r h bi Causey ss 513) Howser ss 4 ) j i Mathews cf ^ 0 0 0 Dovalillo rl t i •> i Charles 3b 4120 wo<jncr H 5000 CokjKilo rt 4200 Romano c, 2010 Gentll* Ib S 1 2 4 Grant pr 0000 Bryan c 4 o 1 1 Chance rf-lb 4011 Tartobull pr 0 0 0 0 Whltfield Ib 3 0 0 0 _. ,, , !, d u",n c llll £S?% ph ! 0 ° o° o° ! V e T York Mets JOT pitcher Al Green ?n < 12 o AMS 3b 4111 Jackson, and the New York '000 Brown 2b 4 0 0 0 ' Twins would continue to pursue Chance or try to make a deal for pitching help elsewhere was the No. 1 question today with only hours remaining before the major league trading deadline was reached at midnight. Besides the Twins, other teams have been in the trade market recently. The National League leading Philadelphia Phillies made an offer to the 2—The explanatory lines for pinch hitters and pinch runners are being eliminated. Instead, the designation "ph" or "pr" appears after the name in the tabulation, thus: Jones ph 1000 If a player sent in as a pinch hitter or runner remains in the game, the designation is: Jones ph—3b li 0 1 0 If a player is announced as a pinch hitter but does not come to bat, and another player is sent in to pinch hit, the name of the announced player will, not appear in the boxscore. W, 8-5 First 6 1-3 2-3 n , at pre-OIympics tryquts. 'I just wasn't warmed up enough for the early jumps and wasn t rocking back (on the flb er glass pole) like I should," said Hansen. He went on to clear 17 feet, 2 inches, an unofficial world H R ERBB SO o o o I o record, at the invitational meet 0 0 0 0 1 ft 2 2 1 6 4120 4222 0000 03010 3100 1000 0000 0100 2000 r 1000 Lou ph 1000 Totals 39 11» i Tetflls 3J $ I 4 Kansos City MO 000 001 1-4 Cleveland 010 020 200 0-5 E—Pflster, Howser, Donovan, Wagner. — Kansas City City 7, Cleveland 7. . 2. LOB - Kansas . . . . . faced one man In Jth; f/cstl lO'.'.d one men : .n 1C''. T-2:24. A—37,148 . - Ho*ser HR- ANll (7). Gentile (13). SB — Charlet— Mathews, Dra- bowsky, Dovomio. ?| „ . t IP H 1 ! Drobowsky ......4 4 OlPfisler .......... 21-3 0 1 Grienda ......... 1-31 0 Santiago , ........ 11-3 0 3' Wyart, W, 4-3 ....2 1 "Donovan ......... t I 5 3 Afaernorhy, L, 2-4 .2 211 -..i . - R ERBBSO 3323 2 0 0 0 Yankees have tried to deal with Boston for pitcher Bill Monbou- quette. The Phillies approached the BALTIMORE Flrrt ab r h bi Come BOSTON ab r h Sa/erme tf 5100 Sch'i]ir,<; ?b 4010 Apor.cio is 61*0 //antiiia If 4010 Bo ACM rf 6 ! 1 3 Coni^lioro cf 4 0 1 0 Siebern Ib 2211 Stoorf ID 4010 Rtib'.rvjn 3b 4 i 4 1 Thomas rf 4010 Bror,0] .f 5120 Williams 3b 2000 Artoir ID 5031 Bre-,wjd -14010 B-OAH '. S'lO Tillman c 4131 //cNclif p 4000 Lomobe p 1000 //c',os ph 1010 Waizone pn 1000 Jonoi ph 1000 Tolas 4310171 Tolols 351101 Bcltimorg OJ1 021 022—10 Boston 000 CIO 000— 1 E—Vbiilms. DP — Eoltlmort 1. LOB— Bcitirr,c.re 11, Boston 6. 2B — Brundt. Adalr, Brestoud, Stuart. 36 — Apormo, Robinson HR — Robinson (7). BtAtns (5), Tlttrmn (5> SB—• Apancio 3, Brawn. &—McMaily. SP —Sl»been. IP H R ERBBSO W, 5-4 .. 9 10 ' ' L. 6^4 ... 4 10 McNally, Lantaoe, Eorley Hff»."H>r Soor'Sftit Cra/ I crnab V, P — toced 4 m»n in i S&or.swlrk. T— 2 «. vcn f'j-.t-d 1 man -n 9'n HBP — Q/ Donovan tC'^ o,,!i). .VP— Dooo.on. T—3:00. Second Cant KANSAS CITY CUEVBLAND abrkW. ob r b bl ss 4010 Howw n 4010 4110 Davollllo cf 4 o lOWogntr It 4 o l « Romano t 1 OOlAlvU 3b 300 OOwnc* Ib 100 OOrant pr 3110 Smtth rt 'cf Criarki 3b Colavilo rf Gent tit Ib Edwordi c Bryci'i ph-« 2b 0'Don'hu» p 4 0 0 0 Brown _ WhmieM j John p Moron A Aleut (Si Totoli 12 J 7 J TO»ol» Kansas City m Cleveland tl( E—Hone DP—Karoos City „ _.^ l0 ^ V 1 r 0 %-*«} n J" <»» J- Cfeyitond 3100 ^. u ' mtc; ', " a "r. V JCU _ l h!. L !} : ? 1 ^ n " i 3—THE TOTALS FOR putouts and assists are being eliminated. However, where a game is decided in the bottom of the ninth or in the home half of extra innings, this line should appear directly above the score by innings: Two out when winning run scored 4—Double plays will be listed numerically and not with the names of players, thus: DP—New York 2, Detroit 1. 5—Triple plays will be listed in full, thus: Triple play—Jones, Smith, and Brown. 6—Errors and extra base hits should be grouped Three trades have been com-;by teams, thus: 2B—Mavs, Cepeda, Hickman, Kranepool. pletedjn tois last week ot deal- 7—The player's total home runs for the season will be given in parentheses after the total for the game, thus: HR—Mays 'J (IS) 8—Where a pitcher is taken out of the game before any outs aie made, this notation will appear at the bottom of the pite.-hmq tabulation: Jones faced two men in 8th 9—The narnc-s oi umpires are being eliminated. 4000 '00 1 1 0 0 1020 000 e i o i • 2010 1000 jjoo 1 000 1 i V,'/ott- W, Mets, offering starter Art Mahaffey and reliever Jack Baldschun for Jackson, They also offered starter Ray Culp even-up. The Yankees were trying to pry Monbouquette free with a package that included pitcher Ralph Terry and catcher - outfielder John Blanchard. ing. The Twins engineered a ; three-cornered deal with Losj 4\ngeles and Cleveland, than ad-' mltted that they still were seeking some pitching help. NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA qbrhbl H kmon c(-lt 4000 Briggs If J'oncpo'i Ib 4 2 2 1 Herrnsfn Ib S 0 0 1 &"!. 2 £ 3120 Callison r| 4011 r*{ E h *L rl ill" Men 3b < 2 2 2 C.Slith 3b 311 2GonzaIei cf p.Smllh If 3000 T.Taylor 3b Sfe'on ph-cf 1 0 0 OAmoro 2b McMillan is 2 0 1 1 Dalrympl* Samuel ss 2000 Wine ss Can'zaro c 3000 Short p R.Taylor ph 1 OOOCov'lon ph Cisco p 1 0 1 t Rojat or Gonder ph-c 2000 Culp p Tdlolt 33 5 i 5 Totals 34 ...,....,,.,, 102 300 30X— 9 i E 'jr5? n j l f 2 S ro ' Hunt - LDB — Ncw Y 0 ^ 4, Philadelphia 5. J8 — C. Smith, Cisco. Kranepool. Cal- iison, Briggs. 33 — Taylor. HR — Krant- POOI (2) Allen |)3). SB - Briags. S- Dalrymple. SF - C. Smith. -"- '37 3*13 A S E 5 B ? S( ? -* ' J 1-3 A o ft 3 1 > 23-3 2 0 0 0 1 ,. 2 33303 Short 4 J 4 4 2 4 Culp, W, 2-5 5 31105 WP - Short. T-2:59. competitor Saturday night. The bar was raised to 17-2 by mutual consent of Hansen and Pennel after two others, Mel Hein Jr. and Ron Meyers, were eliminated at 16 - 8'/2. They cleared 16-5. Pennel, formerly of Northwest Louisiana State, narrowly evaded serious injury when he failed in his second 'try at 17-2. He missed the foam rubber cushion and suffered a bruised lung, according to hospital officials. He was observed through the night and released from the hospital Sunday. The meet also turned in the world's quickest half-mile Oils- year when veteran Jerry Siebert here Saturday night. But previously he missed the 16-foot qualifying mark twice, finally clearing it on his final try after seven others had made it. "I felt that I could break the tl , record again, once I got going," was clocked in"lT47!57The"wor]d the 6-foot, 168-pound Texan said mark is 1:45.1, set by Peter later. "I felt good, the conditions Snell of New Zealand in 1962 were good and the competition! There were several surprises was good." i in other events. Hansen. 23, a pre-dental stu-; Parry O'Brien upset world dent at Rice University, spared i record holder Dallas Long in the 17-1 last week at Houston to shot put by one-hW inch with a better John Pennel's .pending : 62-2 effort, world mark of 17-v*. John Thomas placed second in Pennel of Miami, Fla., the the high jump at 6-10 as Santa only other vaulter ever to clear i Ana College's Ed Carruthers 17 feet, was Hansen's fiercest i leaped 7 feet. 1 ( John, L, J-J 1 W.cOowell ) i McWahon 2-3 4l'-3 2-3 2 HBP— By O'Donogtiu*. Alvli. JP— John, 1 McDowell T-2 27. A-30JH3. BASEBALL STANDINQS NATIONAL LEAGUE : Woo L«t Pd. Bttalad i Philadelphia .... 22 21 MA — ion FranciiCO ..S3 23 ,K9 1 Clndnnar! 30 1 r , .Hi S I 4V AMERICAN LEAGUH Chlcwjo l.OS y. Lcc.s Pr.!.C! ... 'JO ... 27 ... -ft '.'.'. 27 fork '{'l SATURDAY'S lt'--S..'J t, !<«•«. 'I „•*, ',!, tr..^ X . •n n •n so . .517 JOO .431 Ch'.C' 'JOO Vc 'crfc Boston" .. Cleveland 32 'J2 29 SI J52 JOO jog Ml RESULTS Frar.cii.co SUWOAVS RESULTS ' Miiwaur.ee S-5, L&i AJiuiiet 1 Chicoso i. Pinsburgli 2, 2i\i . roln ion FranclKo I. Cincinnati 4, St. L.O-JIS I, niflii varn* .. 27 P 25 j$ I Vitunnglon .... Zt 34 l,o» Ar>se!w J4 34 .450 r.a-nai City » 36 J357 i SATURDAY'! RESULTS ! Octroi* I, Los Angel*! 5 i ' .. <•,•>. t Chicago 3 | r'ortiaj'cit* 5. CleitTarid '< fcoilsn t, Buttlrnor« 1 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Minnesota 6-9, Wasnlnglan 52 tie* Ycnt 84, Chlajpo »-J, " Baltimore 104, Boston 1-1 it L' TOOAY'i . _, (Purktf 3-JU ot ion FCOR&KQ H i-4) Hwj&.e 1-3) cl TUESCAY S MIri Leu Or. i/ Quirt* ut gam. ol 0-0) <2j ql WoMilr.oic.n i <• ia#:-itf.iu ut ". iwttj'.bt at L&i '.: Lov.i ot (»r« Yf.it. ot Pttlkburjih, nigta TUeiDAYt GAMES CHy 5T Oelrolt, 1 ' (o a) Cleveland, nl. a* Washington, ...... '-illlmert, 5, IwJtiV* « Vcrk, 2, M-maK Minnesota sent first baseman Vic Power and outfielder Lenny Green to the Angels. Los Angeles shipped second baseman Billy Rforaa to Cleveland and the Indians dispatched infielder Jerry Kindall to the Twins. Minnesota also got outfielder Frank Kostro from the Angels. Two trades were completed over the weekend. The Baltimore Orioles got a replacement for injured catcher Johnny Orsino by trading relief pitcher Wes Stock to Kansas City for receiver Charley Lau. Jn the other deal, Cincinnati sent veteran outfielder Bob Skinner to St. Louis for minor league catcher Jim Saul and cash. The Orioles exchanged a relief pitcher who has «von 10 games without a loss over a three-year period for a catcher they traded away last year. But Baltimore Manager Hank Bauer said the Orioles were forced to make the deal "because of the situation we were in." Orslno, the Oriole^ firststring backstop, cracked « band boce while sliding May 24 and baa uol played ttact. He may have is the only other catcher on the roster and emergency measures had < alk-d for outfielder Jackie Brandt to take over U anything hapjx-ntd U> Brown. Stock has a i/4 record with a '' 86 earned nu average. Lau la hitting .271. Second Com* NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA , ob r h bl ob r h bl Hickman ct 5 1 2 2 T.Taylor 2b 4020! Hunt 2b 4010 Roias cf 4 2 Z I i Conder c 3010 Colltson rf 4123: Chrfpher rt 4 0 0 0 Alitn 3b 3000: Kroncpo'l !b 3 0 0 0 Cater If 4010' C.Smlth 3d 4010 Steven Ib 4000 Stcph'son If 4000 Trlandos c 40101 Samuel i» 4120 Wine sj 4000' Jackton p 2010 Mortality p 2110, R.Taylor ph 1000 Rotbuck p 1000 AHman ph 1 o l 0 R.Smith pr 0 0 0 0 Total* 35 2 9 I Total* M 4 > 4 j New York OOO OOO 200-2 I Philadelphia 200 018 lox—4 { fr-Samuef. OP-PMfad«lfhfa 1. LOB- New York », Philadelphia 7. ' , 28—Maholfey, CollFson. HR—Hickman I (6), Callison (6). i IP H R ERBBSO I Jackion, L, 39 .. « 7 3 3 03' Bcornarlh 2 1 l I i Mohotley, W, 6-2 62-36 5 2 2 J 11 Rofbutk 21-33 0 0 0 2 ' HBP—By Mohoffey (Hunl). WP—Jack- '• son. T-?:I5. A-21.520. THERE IS STILL TIME TO GET IN SHAPE FOR SUMMER FUN SPORTS CALENDAR 'TODAY ~ N'n event.-, scheduled. TOMORROW LEGION BASKBAL!/. Jennings at Sulphur Post 179, Donaldson Ford at Pepsi Cola, L. C. Stevedores iti OuMi'ir: Taus.sjg Mets vs West Lake, all 7:30 p.m. SPORTS IN BRIEF MILWAUKEE Flril Game LOS ANGELES GOLF OPANO BLANC Mi f .h—Torw Lema won ih« i66^IQQ Buir-K Open wi'n a final round 7D lor 0 72-noli total cl 277. CANTON. England— Cordon Clark, 'J?- yecrsid Englishman, won tt>t Bril.'.h amottur ctia'npiOntMp by detecting tha dcl*nd>f'0 rriamplofv Michael Lunt ot tr.^ia'''J. wi'n <j '.</ for,: fjTOiC p-jfl &n fcLLlCOIT CUf, Md.~Clifford Ann Open wttb g lad round n (or a* u/ total. BASEBALL BOSTON—Baltlmort Oriole* traded r«- ' ' " ' Stock to Konsa* Clly Lou. W*» roln ...,?* Jffrtfe'ta-7-i lerrupttd match. BRISTOL, Erifllond—CliudC McKlnley otxl Mr*. Karen Hondo Summon, both ol Wi Anl&filo, T«<_ I*ta1 f titltj la thi w*;a of Engtond ftii» « they prtpoed Tor vault record vtlth a leap ot I' feet, 2 Inchti. RACING HEW YORK— Mil! Covanflilh. SJ ?0, con,t fro/n iyst plote ond wort thf ilVv.275 Coaching Club American Oal*» ot Aqueduct &/ three length* o^er Castte Forbc'j, 1 FAN row, Del —Shannon Run, SJ3.W, iuipn'itd by winning the J2J.5iO Chris- !iunu ituKtv at Delaware PqrK. CHICAGO-Catnln, 124.40, won ih« oiyawlg Handicap at Arlington by • MM «v*r Oovii il. ob r h bi ab r h bl Alou cl 4111 Wlll» ii 40101 Clinc cl 0000 Gllllam 2b 4 0 0 D i Boiling 20 5 0 2 0 W.OavIl cf 4000 Aaron rl 4 1 1 J Moon rf 3000 Torre c 4000 T.Dovli If 4110 Cart/ If 2010 Hoscboro c 3000! Maye ph If 1000 Parker Ib 30211 Oli.er Ib 4010 Griffith 3b 3 0 I 0 i Mothews 3b 4000 Willhile p 1000! Menke is 41]) Howard ph 0000 Clonimjer p 3 2 1 0 Troce'ikl pr 0 0 0 0 > Fnirly ph 0000 Tolalt 11 Sit! Totals ?» 1 5 1 MllwaultM 002 000 1<R—5 '' Lit Angilei 000 010 00ft—1 E-Oriflllh, VI Davis. DP — Milwaukee 1 'I, Los Angclev 2. LOB--MUwaukee 8, Lo» : Angeles <. Jo—Alou, Cotlv. Bo/ling. T. Devi;. HR I —Alog («), Menke («). Aaron (B). S- ! Clonlngir. IP H R ERBBSO 4 7 2 0 2-3 2 1130 I 1 t— DONT LAUGHED ! Clonlngir, W, 55 I Willhlte, L, 2-4 .. 'Miller I Ort»oa Brewer i Perrarvoikl i Wlllhilr loctd I WP—Cloninaer : mnn In 1 2 0 1 0 2 5th. Zokoor g trlpl*. BOSTON-SI homy by M Hondlcop rt I INCLEWOOO. Colll. ttm I».n0 ArgeaaSl now v R.I.— EI Second Game MILWAUKEE LOS ANGELES Ob r h bl ob r h bl Alou cl-lf 4011 Will-., ss 5010 30 4 0 0 OCIillani 20 4 02 OW. Duns (.1 4 1 1 OMoon rl 000 OT Davis II 0 0Parker Ib f/alhews Aaron rj May« If Cllnc cf i Griffith 3b oCamiiil e KjPUk|?£u>3 An-flel., 3000 4010 3000 4000 4000 4130 40)0 0000 1000 1011 1000 7 W) OH 100-1 Of— Los Anaelcs ?. s Anaclcs 9 iodowtkl, Boiling LAKE WORLD WIDE TODAY Am» SPECIAL SUMMER ASK ABOUT OUR BUSINESSMAN'S SPECIAL CALL 477-2937 WORLD WIDE HEALTH STUDIO 4343 COMMON 8MJN0

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