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TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1964, Lake Charles American Press Face Again Bombed; Mets Beat Giants; Colts Win By The Associated Press The flame in Elroy Face's fork ball appears to be flickering. As a result, he's not putting out fires the way he once did. Face, not long ago one of the top relief pitchers in the majors, was rocked again Monday night in Pittsburgh's 7-6 loss to the ninth-place Los Angeles Dodgers. The 36-year-old Pirate right- hander entered the game in the seventh inning just after a four- run rally had tied the Dodgers «). He retired the first baiter, it before retiring the side, he walked three batters and gave v -up two singles, allowing the Dodgers to score two runs, which they needed for the victory. For his brief appearance, Face suffered his third loss in five decisions and had h i s earned run average soar to 5.23 for 22 games. . Face's showing followed a painful pattern that has developed for the man who won 17 straight games in relief in 1959 and who has averaged 61 appearances a season for the past eight years. He was called upon June 21 to keep the Pirates close in a game Chicago led 2-0. However, the Cubs lashed him for two runs and three hits in two-thirds of an inning. On June 12 he replaced starter Bob Vcale in (he sixth inning after the Cubs had scored two runs and had two more runners on base with two out. Face put another on before Joe Amalfi- lano belted a grand slam homer. Manager Danny Murtaugh says Face is one of the greatest relief pitchers of all time. For Face, though, time could be running out. In other National League games Monday, New York edged San Francisco 4-3, Houston trounced Philadelphia 6-1, Milwaukee downed St. Louis, 7-4 and Cincinnati whipped Chicago 6-1. Frank Howard drove in three runs for the Dodgers, including the winning one with his second sacrifice fly. He also homered. The Pirates, down 5-1, had rallied for a tie on two errors by third baseman Derrell Griffith, two wild pitches by Bob Miller, a walk and singles by Donn Clendon, Bill Mazeroski, Bob Bailey and Manny Mota. Jesse Gender's two-run homer in the ninth off Bob Bolin lifted the Mets to their fifth victory in 10 games with the league-leading Giants. The blow followed a one-out walk to Larry Elliot. Jim Hart belted four hits, including a fourth-inning homer, for the Giants. Bob Asprompnte's hitting and Bob Bruce's pitching led Houston over Philadelphia. Aspromonte climaxed a five-run first inning with his second grand slam homer of the season. Bruce allowed seven hits, two after the fourth inning, and didn't walk anyone in winning his eighth game against four defeats. He retired 16 consecutive batters at one stretch. Ed Mathews walked in his first four appearances, then homered in the ninth inning, tying the Cardinals 44. The Braves went on to score three more runs in the inning. Gene Oliver singled home Denis Menke with the deciding run Mathews scored two earlier runs on singles by Lee Maye. The Reds whipped the Cubs behind the hitting of Steve Boros and Leo Cardenas. Boros drove home two runs with a triple in the second inning while Cardenas doubled home three runs in the third. Dick Bertell homered off Jim O'Toole, who recorded his seventh triumph in 11 decisions. Trio of Boys Teams Slug Out Clean Sweeps Clean sweeps were the order of the day Tuesday in Sheriff's Boys league play, as three of the four engagements were turned into double victories. Maplewood took two games from DeQuincy. The Pelican affair ended with a 4-1 score while the Dixie game was a 15-5 contest. Starks Pelican and Dixie Boys each took their first victory of the season at the expense of Vinton. Starks bombed Vinton 11-4 in the Pelican game and edged Vinton 3-2 in the Dixie affair. Sam Houston took a pair from Bell City with the Pelican game ending 11-1 and the Dixie Contest ending in a 4-3 tally. West Lake and Iowa split a pair with West Lake taking the Dixie game by a 1-0, tally. Iowa hit West Lake, 5-2, in the Pelican meeting. PELICAN BOYS Vinton 0 01 Oil 1— 4 .1 2 S'orks (10)01 000 X-II 13 3 Mlks Gorrle, Thomas Malone (1), Mike Turner (1) ond Ronnie Walters, Mike Navarre (1); David Stanley and Jamie Foster. L—Carrie. NATIONAL LEAQUE NEW YORK .SAN Elliot cf Gonder c Samuel ss Fisher p Hlckman ph Jackson p FRANCISCO ob r h bl ob r h bl Stcph'ion 3b 4 1 1 1 Kuenn If 1000 Hunt 2b t 0 0 0 Snider It 2310 Altman If 3110 Davenp't ph 1000 ChrTpher rf 4 0 0 0 Lanler 2b 3110 Kranep'l Ib 4010 Mays cf 4000 1 ' ' 3111 Cepeda Ib 4011 3112 Hart 3b 4241 4020 J.Alou rf 4030 1 0 1 OtCrandall c 4011 1000 Pagan ss 4000 1000 Bonn p 3000 Pelerson ph 1000 Totals 31 4 8 4 Totals 35 3 11 3 New York 100 100 00}—4 San Francisco 010110000—3 E—None. DP—New York 1, San Francisco 2. LOB—New York 5, San Francisco 7. 28—Crandall, Lanler, Samuel 2. HR— Slephenson (1), Gonder (3), Hart (9). S—Fisher, Lanler. IP H R ER 88 50 Fisher (, 83313 Jackson w, 4-10 3 30005 Bolln, L, 2-3 9 8 4 4 3 > T—2:30. A—10,232. PHILADELPHIA" HOUSTON ab r h bl Taylor 2b 4000 Kasko ss Herrnsfln d 4 0 0 0 Fox 2b • iCallison rf 4000 White cf Allen 3b 4000 Bond If Covlngton rl 4 1 3 0 Galnes r( Dalrympte c 4 0 3 0 Staub Ib Slevers Ib 400 0 Aspro'nte 3a 3124 Rofas ss 3017 Grole c 4000 ; ; ; ; Bruce p 1000 1000 1000 34 1 7 1 Mahaffey | Cater ph McLlsh p Brlggs ph Totals Philadelphia Houston E—Allen, ton 7. 2B—Dolrymple. SB—Galnes 2. Mahaffey, L, 7-3 McLlsh Green Baldschun Bruce, W, 8-4 ab r h bl 5000 3010 4210 4111 4130 3101 4010 Totals 34 < » 4 019 000000—1 500 010 OOx—4 LOB—Philadelphia 4, Hous- HR—Aspromonte (B). IP 5 1 1 9 R ERBBSO 2B—Boyer, Gagllano, Maye. HR— Malhews (8). SB-Brock. S—Menke, Brock, Hobble. ,,_,_, IP H R ERBBSO Schneider 21-35 3 3 0 I Sadowskl 22-34 1 1 0 1 Hocft 2 } 0 0 1 3 Tlefcnauer, W, 3-4 2 00002 Washburn 3 3 1 1 3 1 Hobble 2?-3 4 2 1 .1 2 Gibson, L, 4-5 ... 31-3 5 4 3 ] 4 WP—Schneider, Sadowskl 2. PB—Me- Carver. T—2:53. A-11,334. .CINCINNATI ^CHICAGO abrhbi .abrhbl Rose 2b 511 0 Am'flfano 2b 4 0 0 o Keough rf 5020Stewart ss 3010 Plnson cf 41 10 Williams If 4-000 Robinson If 5110 Santo 3b 4010 Johnson Ib 5011 Banks Ib 4010 Edwards c 4210Gabr'son rf X010 Cardenas ss 4133 Cowan cf 3008 Boros 3o 3012 Sertelf c 3111 O'Toole p 2000 Burdelte p Coleman ph 1 0 0 0 Ott ph Rogers ph Burke ph 31 4 11 i Totals 31. 0000 1000 1000 1000 32 1 5 1 .023.000.001—4 ,- .001.00«.000—1 E—Cowan, Santo 2. DP—Chicago 2. LOB—Cincinnati 9, Chicago 4. JB—Cardenas 2, Santo. eB—Boros. HR Totals Cincinnati Chicago ~\ —Cowan, —Bertell (3). O'Toole, W, 7-4 Enoaenry Burdette, L, 4-2 Scott McDanlel .... Shanll Elston IP . 2 3 3 1-3 2-3 R ERBBSO ftOY FACE Relief Ace Falters BASEBALL STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Bthlnd Son Francisco 44 at ,6n — ~ 42 27 .409 38 32 38 34 Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago .... St. Louis .... Milwaukee . Houston .... Los Angeles . New York ... .543 33 .S3! 34 .500 37 .493 37 39 38 53 IV, .486 9 .473 10 .472 10 .293 23Vj MONDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati 6, Chicago 1 Milwaukee 7, St. Louis 4, night Houston 6, Philadelphia l, night Los Angeles 7, Pittsburgh £, night New York 4, San Francisco 3, night TODAY'S GAMES Cincinnati (Jay 4-3) at Chicago (Jackson 9-5) Milwaukee (Blaslnaame 0-1) at St. Louis OCralg 4-3) New York (Slollard 5-9) at St. Louis Cisco (Perry 5-3) Philadelphia (sunning 7-2) at Houston (Johnson t-6), night Only flames scheduled. WEDNESDAY'S GAMES St. Louis at Milwaukee, night Philadelphia at Los Angles, night Chicago at Cincinnati/ night New York at Houston, night Pittsburgh at San Francisco AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Behind Baltimore .. . 46 X .641 _ New York ... .4.0 51 .598 4'/j Chicago ... .39 29 Minnesota .. . 38 35 Boston ..... 36 37 Cleveland ... 33 34 Loa Angeles .35 39 Detroit ...... 32 37 Washington . Kansas City . 30 28 45 45 . .547 .521 .49] .478 .473 .444 .400 .384 6 9 II 12 121/1 13 18 19 . MONDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 5, Cleveland 1, night Baltimore i, Minnesota 3, night Washington 5, Detroit 3. nlghT Boston 4, Kansas. City 3, night Only Gamei scheduled. TOO AY'S GAMES Mlnnesata(Grant 3-4) at Baltimore (McNolly 5-5} Kansas City (Drabowsky 2-8) at Boston (Morehead 5-7) Chicago (Plzorro y-4) ot Cleveland (Kralick 8-2), night Detroit (Wlckershom 10-5) at Washington (Narum 7-5), night Los Angeles (Bellnsky 4-3 and Meyer 1-3) at New York (Bouton 5-7 and Downing 2-2), 1, night WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Washington ot Chicago, 2, twl-nlght Cleveland at Detroit, night Las Angeles at Baltimore, night Kansas City of New York Minnesota at Boston, night 8e//ard Fashions No-Hiffer by 13-0 Kenny Bellard fanned seven Cub batsmen as he hurled a brillant 13-0 no-hitter for the Clippers in the Northside Major Little League. The Cubs and the Clippers are tied at four wins and two losses apiece in the Northside standings. The Lakers came from behind to bomb the Merchants by a 124 tally in the Mid-City Major league. John Tunnard and Mike Fontenot combined for a three-hitter for the Lakers. In the Mid-City Senior league the Owls nipped the Colts, 5-3, o..j5 Bell City 00010-1 1 4 Sam Houston 441 2x—11 g 2 Dean Landry, Russell Leonard (3) ond E. J. Braussard; Roger Paris, Cory Bottles. ; L—Landry. j ~ Moplewood 220 000 0—.« t 1 DeQuincy 0000100—1 1 2 Tommy Comes, Ricky Monti (5) and I Clegg Barton; Albert Tolley, Johnny Up- I church (4) and Edward Hlnes. ; W—Cornes. L—Tallcy. i West Lake 0020000—2 0 3' Iowa 102 101 x-5 2 2, Billy Segar and Barry Davis; Danny j Sheridan, Gary Hllburn (5) >jnd Wayne i Benoit. ! W—Hllburn. i , DIXIE BOYS ; West Lake 000100-1 1 0 Iowa OOC 000—C 1 0' Billy Walsh and Danny Porter; Barry! Lee and Gerald Thlgpen. Moplewood 114 512 1—15 15 4 ! DeQuincy 032 000 X-5 7 12 i Richard Colemon ond Charlie Thomp- ! son; Le»l Buraess, Kenneth Keltogs i and Wlltord Walker. ¥ • " L—Burgess. ! HR—Maplewood: Mark Able, 3rd, 3 on. Bell Clly 1100100—3 3 1 Sam Houston 002001 l-~< j o Tim Reed, Steve Notall (4), J. W. Fruge (5) and S. 9. Fruge; Walter Menke, Keith Tyson (3) Roger Gill (5) HBP—By Mahaffey. Fax. WP—Mahaf- tey. T—2:14. A—11,103. MILWAUKEE ST. LOUIS ab r h bi ab r h bl Mathews 3b 1311 Flood cf 5121 Menke ss 3100 Brock If 3120 Aaron rt 3010 Groat ss 4121 Maye cf 5032 Boyer 3b 4011 Cilne d 0000 white Ib 4000 Torre c 5110 Warwick rf 4010 Oliver Ib 5231 Gagliano 2b 4020 Corty If 5032 McCorver c 3 1 1 0 Boiling 2b 500 0 Washburn p 1 0 0 0 Schneider p 1 0 0 0 Gibson p 1000 Sodowskl p 100 0 Skinner ph 1000 Bailey ph 1000 Kolb ph 1000 Totals 34 7 12 i Totals 34 4 11 3 Milwaukee Ml oil 004—7 St. Louis 201010000—4 E—Brock 2. DP—Milwaukee 1, St. i Louis 2. LOB—Milwaukee 10, St. Louis 4. I Lynch pn Gibbon p Vlrdon ph Bailey ph '' WP— McDanlel. T— 2:34. A— 7,327. PITTSBURGH LOS ANGELES ab-r h bl ob r n bl Alley ss 400 o Wills ss 5320 Mota ct 5022 Parker cf 1210 Clmente rf 4010 Fairly Ib 2022 Stargell If S 3 0 0 T.Davis If 2011 C/enden'n ib X 2 2 0 Howard rf 2113 Freese 3D 5210 Roseboro c 2100 Mazer'kl 2b 4 1 2 2 Griffith 3b 3000 Pugliaronl c 3 0 1 0 Gllllam 3b 0000 1011 Oliver 2b 4021 0 0 0 0 L.Mlllsr p 2020 1000 R.MIIIer p 1000 1110 Perran'skl p 1 0 0 0 M'F'ne ph-c 1000 Totals 38 411 5 Totals 27 7 11 7 Pmsburoft ..... ..,....,,0)00004)0—4 Los Angeles ............... 101 210 20x— 7 E— Stargell, Griffith 3. DP— Pittsburgh 2. LOB— Pittsburgh 10, Los Angeles 7. 28— Maieraskl, Fairly. HR — Howard (18). SB— Wills. S— Parker, Griffith, Fairly. SF— Mazeroski, Howard 2. IP H It ER BB SO 1-3111110 ... 32-3 ... 2 ... 1 . 1 ... 42-3 2-3 Gibson Prlddy Sisk Face, L, Law L.Miller R.MIIIer 311; 1 00 230: 0.0 71 234 110! HBP "By' Prlddy,' *Roseboro. WP—L. i Miller, R. Miller 2. T—2:51. A—9,944. j Perronoskl, W, 3-3 1 2-3 Runaways Feafure Girls Loop Play ond Gary Hyatt. W-Gill. L-~fru v . Vinton 0000101-5 3 1 Storks , ..002010X-3 2 1 Roger Walker end Robert McClaln, Jimmy Fontenot (4); Marvin Martinez, Melvln Brannif (5) pnd Jim Stanley. W—Martinez. .Indiana Cager To Join Lions HAMMOND (Spl.) - Southeastern Louisiana College's basketball fortunes for 1964-65 took an upward turn recently with the signing of a top Indiana High school prep star. C. A. Core, 6 ft. 5 in. eager who played for Noblesville, Ind., High school, has joined Coach Luther Marlar's Lions for the coming season. Overwhelming scores marked Sheriff's Girls league ball Monday. Maplewood took a pair from DeQuincy with the Pelican game ending 16-9, and the Dixie Contest finishing 7-1, Suzie Parsons hit a two-run homer for Maplewood in the Pelican tilt. Bell City walked away from Sara Houston with two victories. The score of the Pelican affair was 27-3 and the final tally in the Dixie league game was 11-1. Evelyn Simar, Brenda Conner and Brenda Duhon hit home runs for Bell City in the Pelican league game. In another Pelican league BOXINQ meeting West Lake hit Iowa, 21-7. Anita Gaspard, Judy Mc- CaJJon and Brenda Fontenot contributed three home runs to the West Lake victory. PELICAN GIRLS DeQuincy 035(1001—9 t 1 Maplewood *M 530 x—16 21 3 Arleen Wilson ond Gay Wallace; Brenda Keel, BettY Flnnle (3), and Suzle Parsons W—Flnnle. HR—Maplewood: Suzie Parsons, 1st, 1 on. TOKYO (AP)—Kozuvoihl Kubokuro, 13V- Japan, outpointed Flash T. Bolono/ 139V'j, The Philippines, 10. NEW BEDFORD, Masi.—Dick French 1*8, Providence, R.I., outpointtd Jonnn/ Torres, 1M, Peterson, N J., 10. Sam Houston 00300—3 317 Bell City 599 4t-nil 0 Barbara Doucet and Cllzabetn Derlse; i Evelyn Slmor ond Phyllis Fruge. I HR—Bell City: Evelyn Simor, 3rd, 1 on; Brenda Conner, 4th, none on; Brenda Duhon, 4th, 2 on. Iowa 141 ooi o— 7 2 l! West Lake MO 107 x— 21 6 3 ; Brenda Hubert ond Belinda {Sonnler; ! Judy McCol.'on ond Brenda Fontenot. ' HR—Iowa. Anita Gaspord, Ind, 1 on ! West Lake: Judy MaCollon, 2nd, I pn; : *ih none on, Brenda Fontenof, 2nd, 3 on. < 1 , PIXIE GIRLS i Sam Houston 0000001—1 4 3 Bell City {10 202 x—U 7 2 1 Linda Fuseller end Morlho Skups, Ui'SJis Zaunbrecher and Sheila LeDoux OeQufncy ., 001 000 0—: 1 1 Maplewood 040 030 x—7 6 l! Nancy Dlckerion ond Lou Vondprnrlt; ' Dorothy Doucet and Sherrlll Brouisard. Putt-Putt Will Name Local Queen The local Putt Putt Golf course will name a beauty queen at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the course located at 2535 Oak Park Blvd. A. L. Simpson, owner-manager of the course, said the "Putt Putt Search for a Beauty Contest" began June 1. Photos of 18 local contestants have been displayed at the course. Persons playing putt putt since June 1 have voted for a winner from the local entries. Local contests are being held at Putt Putt courses throughout the nation in an effort to name an American putting queen. Contestants will be on hand Tuesday when Marie David member of the Lake Charles American Press society department, counts the vote's before those attending. Simpson said the public is invited to the Tuesday event. Prizes will be awarded the local winner who will qualify for the national title competition planned during August. The national winner will receive a fl.OOO cash award and trip to Miami Beach, PJa. She also will participate in the $100,000 national putt putt championship to be held in 1965. on the four hit hurling of Tommy Pripla and Keith Zembower. Reggie Knowles pitched five- hit ball for the Nationals in the Southside major league but Sonnier capitalized on eight National errors to nip the Nationals by a 6-4 tally. The Cubs hit the Pirates, 13-9, in a Southside National League game. Reports of the Southside American league game were incomplete. In Mid-City Minor league action the Giants defeated the. Colts by a 12-7 count and the Hornets hit the Yanks, 11-1. Derryl Stutes hit a home run for the Cardinals as they defeated St. Margaret, 8-5. Claude Jolie fanned 15 St. Margaret batsmen. Billie Castile hit a home run for St. Margaret. MID CITY SENIOR Colts 001 11—3 4 3 Owls 20201—5 5 3 Tommy Chopmon and David Hokey; Tommy Prlola, Keith Zembower (4), and James Motf. W-Prlola. NORTHSIDE MAJOR Cubs 0000—0 0 3 Clippers 3055-13 8 0 Spencer Fontenot and Gary Arnold; { Ken Bellard and J. B. LaFleur. j TRI-PARISH CHURCH i Cardinals 240 101-* 11 3 ISt. Margaret 011030—5 7 4 Claude Jolie ond Dorrell Arsement; Billy c °s' lle and Skip Clements, Walter HR—Cardinals: Derryl Stutes, 4th, none on. St. Margaret: Billy Castile, 5th, none on. MID-CITY MINOR Colts 201 00- 3 7 7 Giants 000 95-14 12 4 Reggie Llsemby, Jim Lobdell (4) and Joy Hurst; John McDonald and Woyn* P*orc*. MID-CITY MINOR Hornefs 411 320—11 15 0 Yanks 000010-1 4 1 Earl Lowry, Rondel Melancon (4) and Charles Johnson; Johnny Watson, Wayne Rodrlgue (41 and Roger Ouplechln, Charles Ardoln (4). W—Meloncon. L—Watson. MID-CITY MAJOR Lakers 021 403—12 7 3 Merchants 300001—4 3 7 Mike Fontenot, Johnny Tunnord (1) ond Max McFotler) Billy Monk, Bryan Squires (4) and Hugh Martin. W—Tunnord. L—Monk. SOUTHSIDE SENIOR Notional* 003010—4)0 > Sonnler 202 02x-« S 3 Reggie Knowles and Brad Vincent; Ted Perrodin, Randy Rougeau (3) and Rondy Rougeau, Bubba Rougeau (3). W—Rouaeau. SOUTHSIDB NATIONAL Cubs 200324-13 « 2 Plratet 331020-911 J MUcy O'Ouinn, Gory Bellon (3) and Darr*ll Plcard; Boh Fortst, Alan Newman (4), oary Allen (4) and Gory Fon- tenor. Radatz Again Makes AL Batters Shudder By The Associated Press Dick Radatz a monster? Why that's silly. Any Ameri- ran League batter can tell you that thing Johnny. Pesky keeps calling out of the Boston bullpen is more like a machine. Take Monday night for example. Radatz threw 32 pitches at Kansas City Athletics and 24 were strikes, ft was his 40th appearance of the year and his 2 1-3 inning sting saved a 4-3 Red Sox' victory. The save, his third in two days, was the 13th of the season for the huge reliever whose 93 strikeouts given him second best total in the AL. Peskey's man in the bullpen sports a 1.62 earned run average and seems a shoo- in to snap Jim Konstanty's record of 74 appearances in one season. Pesky has nothing but admiration for his stopper. "He's so important to us," the Red Sox manager says, "it's unbelievable." Radatz' work exasperates the rest of the league. After a recent save, one club official said, "the only way to stop the guy is with a gun, 1 guess. And then I suppose before he keeled over he'd strike out one last batter." Elsewhere in the AL Monday Baltimore stretched its winning streak to seven games with a 6-3 victory over Minnesota, Chicago topped Cleveland 5-1 in 10 innings and Washington defeated Detroit 5-3. New York and Los Angeles were not scheduled. Radatz came on when the Athletics had reached Sox' starter Earl Wilson and reliever Arnold Barley for two runs in the seventh. He got pinch hitter Doc Edwards to fly put and then stifled the Athletics the rest of the way. Boston shortstop Eddie Bressoud drove in two runs with a double and a triple and scored another after walking. The hits pulled Bressoud's average to .304 and ended a lengthy slump that had dropped him below .300 for the first time this season. Robin Roberts survived two solo home runs by Tony Oliva and Harmon KiHebrew's 28th circuit as the Orioles extended their league lead to 4M> games over the idle Yankees. Norm Siebern hammered a two-run shot for the Orioles, who have won 10 of their last T l games in their drive to the top. Sam McDowell had the White Sox blanked for 8 2-3 Innings but Mike Hershberger's bases loaded single sent it into extra innings. Chicago then exploded for four runs in the 10th with run- scoring doubles by Tom McCraw and J. C. Martin the key blows. Martin entered the game to catch White Sox' reliever Hoyt Wilhelm in the ninth inning. Wilhelm got the victory, his first against five losses. Jim King clouted a two-run homer and Ed Brinkman delivered a long sacrifice fly to give Washington its victory. It ended a six-game losing streak for.the Senators. Claude Osteen, who won his sixth game, doubled in front of King's 12th homer in the fifth inning. Then Brinkman's sacrifice fly brought Don Lock home with the deciding run an inning later. Lock had walked and moved up on Mike Brumley's double. AMERICAN LEAQUE MINNESOTA BALTIMORE ob r h bl ab r h bl Versalles ss 4000 Brandt cf 4320 Rollins 3b 4000 Johnson ss 3111 Ollva rd 4232 Aprlclo sj 0000 Klllebrew If 3 I 1 1 Powell If 4020 Allison Ib 4000 Clmoll If 0000 Hall cf 4030 Slcbern Ib 3113 Henry c 4000 Robinson 3b 4000 Snyder 2b 4000 Orslno c 4000 Pascual p 1000 Klrkland rl 3001 Mlncher pn 1000 Adalr 2b 4010 Roberts P 2100 Totals M 1 7 3 Totals 31 t 7 5 Minnesota 100 MO 02ft—3 Baltimore 103 WO JOx—« E—Allison. DP—Baltimore 1. LOB — Minnesota 5, Baltimore 7. 2B — Hall, Brandt, Johnson, Adalr. HR-Ollva 1 (14), Klllebrew (2«), Siebern (5). S—Johnson. IP H Pascaal, L, 9-5 22-3 5 Kllppsteln 31-3 0 0 Fosnow 2 2 Roberts, W, 4-4 ...9 7 K ERBBSO 4224 0011 2223 3326 PB - Henry. T-2:17. A-14,610. DETROIT Lumpe 2b Wert 3b Kollne rf Freehan c Cash Ib Demeter If Thomas ct WASHINGTON ab r h bl ab r h bl 41)0 Bla'ame 2b 41)0 4000 Kennedy 3b 4110 4011 Kino rf 3112 3010 Hlnfon If 4010 4000 Phillips Ib 3001 4000 Lock cf 2100 ....._. 4110 Brumley c 4010 McAulllfe ss 4 1 2 2 Brlnkmon ss 3 0 1 1 Regan p 2020 Osteen p 4110 Wood ph 1000 Phillips ph 1000 Totalt 15 3 I 3 Totals J1 I J 4 Detroit 100 MO 000—J Washington 100 «1 lOx— s E—McAullfle, Wert, DP—Detroit 1. LOB —Detroit t, Washington 7. 2B—Lumpe, Regan, Osteen, Brumley, Kennedy. HR—McAullrf* (12), King (12). SF—Phillips. Brinkman. SB—Thomas. IP H R ERBBSO 4 54333 2 21001 9 83313 L, 3-7 Regan Fox Osteen, W, 4-4 PB—Freehan. T—2:25. A—4,742. H/7/cresf Scores Camponella Wm Over Iowa, 12-4 Hilcrest bombed Iowa, 12-4, in a Campanella Senior Little League game here Mo n d a y night. Alfred Deville hit a grand- salm homer for Hilcrest in the fifth inning. CAMPENELLA SENIOR LITTLE Iowa 000020 2-434 Hilcrest 114 240 x—12 22 4 Melvln Miller and Norman Miller; Willie Walls and Victor Doucet HR—Hilcrest: Allred Deville, 5th, 3 On. CHICAGO CLEVELAND obrh.bl abrhbl Landls cf Buford 2b H'sh'ger rl Ward 3b Hansen ss 4130 Howser ss 5000 4010 Davallllo cl 4000 6011 Wagner If 3000 5000 Smith rf us"!"." " 3110 Moron 3b Nicholson If 3000 Salmon Ib St'hens ph-lf 1110 Azcue c Cun'ham Ib 1000 Chance ph ' " 0100 Brown 2b 4010 3000 4120 30)0 1000 3010 3000 2000 Mlnoso ph . . ._ McCraw Ib 1011 McDowell p M'Nertncy c 4 o 0 0 Romano c Martin c 1111 Peters p 3010 Robinson ph 1000 Wilhelm p 0001 Totals 3» 5 10 4 Totals .14 1 5 0 Chicago 000 000 001 4-s Cleveland 010.000.WO 0-1 E—Davallllo. LOB — Chicago 13, Cleveland 4. JB — Pefcrs, Londfj, McCraw, Marlln. SB—Landls. S—Wilhelm. _ , IP H R ERBB SO Peters ,.,.s si - Buzhardt 2-3 0 o Wilhelm, W, 1-S ...11-3 0 0 McDowell 9 t l McMahon, L, 3-10 52 Bell i 2 2 i McMahon faced 3 men In 10th. HBP — By Peters^ (Wooer). ..... wy r^icif t tryuyei/, WP— Peters. PB—Azcue 2. T—3:04. A—11,495. Colavlto rf Jimenez If Green pr . Bryan c Edwards c Charles 3b KANSAS CITY BOSTON ab r h bl ab r h bl Causey ss 4010 Schilling 2b 3001 Malhews cf 5131 Mantilla If 2110 "4010 Y'lrz'skl cf 4000 2010 Stuart Ib 3000 .0000 Malzone 3b 3120 2001 Thomas rf 3100 1000 Bressoud ss 2122 ;;—,;-- ,r». 3000 Tlllman c 4010 Aluslk Ib-lf 3110 Wlllson p 3000 Williams 2b4120 Bowsfleld p 1 0 0 0 Tartabull ph 1000 Jo'ph ph-lb 2010 Totals 32 3 10 2 Totals 27 4 i 3 Kansas City 004001200-3 Boston Ill 000 OCX—4 •> ^o°"S- D P-Kansas Clfy J, Bosfon 3 ' ok OB rr, Konsas Clt * '• Boston 7. 2B-Wlllloms. Colovlto, Mantilla, Till- In Br r " S Bressoud. SF—Schlll- IP Bowsfleld, L, 1-4 . 4 Stock 2 Wyatt 2 Wilson, W, 8-3 ... 4 farley 2-3 Radotz 21-3 R ERBBSO 4441 0011 0022 3346 0 0 0 Pitchers Take Over Spotlight In Slow Pitch Sow Pitch — The game designed for hitters— was marker}. by a shut out and a two-hitter in LCRC Softball action here Monday night. The Blazers shut out the Bombers, 17-0, giving up only seven hits in the Junior Church Slow Pitch league. The rare performance saw Rusty Fry, John Demarie and John Ates hitting homers for the Blazers. In the same league the Crusaders defeated the Skippers. 12-1, allowing the Skippers only two hits. The Giants edged the Bulldogs 15-13 in the same league for their second consecutive victory. JUNIOR CHURCH SLOW PITCH Giants ............ 0041)72—1517 4 Bulldogs .......... 4204210—13)6 3 Bill leDoux and J. D. Fontenot; Richard Cherry and Jerry Johnson. 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