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10 MONDAY, JULY 20, 1964, Loke Charles American Press •»_ MAJOR NATIONAL First (Jam* HOUSTON SAN FRANCISCO | ab r h bl oh r h bl Spongier cf X 0 1 0 Kuenn rf-lf 4010 Fox 2b 41 1 1 0 McCovey If 4000 Galnes rf 4 1 2 2 J. Alou rf 0000 Bond If 4000 Mays cf 4111 Aspro'nt* 3b 4 0 2 0 Cepeda lb 3210 Roberts lb 4010 Hart 3b 4112 Kasko ss 3010 Holler c 3010 Bateman c 4010 Lanler 2b 3011 Farrell p 3000 Papon ss 3000 Marlcrtal p 2 Q 0 0 Totals 14 J » t Totals )0 4 « 4 Houston 9MH6M*-? San Francisco Mt 2M »Tx—4 E-None. Dp-Houston 1, San Francisco 1. LOB-Housten 6, San Francllco 5. 26-Lanler. HR-Galnes (51, Mays (39). Hart (13). S-Kasko. IP H R ER BB SO Farrell, L, 10-« S « 4 2 3 « Marlehal, W, 13-5 9 92205 Second Gam* HOUSTON SAN FRANCISCO ab r h bl ab r h bl Hardy If 4020 Kuenn rf 3000 Llllls 2b 400 0 McCovey If 3110 Galnes rf 4000 Mays cf 3021 Bond Ib '.000 Cepeda lb 3000 Asnro'nle 3b 3 0 0 0 Hart 3b 3000 White cf 3010 Lanler 2B 3000 200 OCrandall c 2000 3000 Pagan ss 3000 2010 Hendley p 2000 0000 0000 0000 First Gamo CHICAGO LOS ANGELES abrhbl obrhbl Cowan cf 5010 Wills ss 4010 A'llll'no 2b 42))GIWom 3b 4000 Williams If 5 2 2 2 W. Davis cl 4 1 0 0 Sonto 3b 4 1 2 2 T. Davis 11 3110 Banks lb 411 2 Howard rf 4010 Gobr'lson rf 4010 Fairly )b .1000 Berlell c 4 I I OCamllll c 3 0 I 0 Rodqers ss 4 I 2 1 Oliver 2b 3010 Ellsworth p 3 0 1 OOrleqa p 0000 Rwd p 1000 Walls ph 1000 Parker ph 1000 Totals 37 I 12 I. Totals 31 2 5 0 Chlcaao 02J 004 OW-« Los Angeles 000 loo ofll—2 i E—Ellsworth, Gabrlelson, Wills. DP— I Chicago 1, Los Angeles 1, LOB—Chicago ! «, Los Angeles 3. I 2B—Sonto. 3B—Bertcll, Rodgers. HR— j Banks (12), Williams (22). S—Ellsworth. 1 IP H R ER BBSO i Ellsworth, W, 12-10 9 52016 I Ortega, L, 3-4 ... 2 64420 i Reed 3 I 0 o 1 0 : R. Miller 3 54403 I Brewer l o 0 0 0 0 Ortega faced 3 men In 3rd. WP—Ellsworth. T—2:29. in Press ^^ • • Ill BOX SCORES Callison Keeps Phillies in Top Spot by Four Points Stcond Gam* I UOS ANGELES MINNESOTA obrh bl obrh bl R.Perry ct 5000 Versolles n 4010, Fregosl ss 4110 Klndo/l 2b 4000 Smith II 4021 Ollva rt 4 0 2 0 Plersoll If 0000 Killcbrcw If 3 0 0 o i Adcock lb 4222 Hall cf 4000 Clinton rf 4111 Allison Ih 3010; Torres 3b 4 0 0 0 Rollins 3b 30001 Satrlano c 4010 Zlm'rmon c 30001 Knoop 2b 3010Granl o 20 oo! Cncnce p 4010 Mlncher ph 1000 Totals U 4 9 4 Totals 31 0 4 0 Lai Anqelei 020010010—4 Minnesota ooo ooo ooo—o E—None. LOB—Los Angeles 6, Minnesota 5. 28—Ollvo. 38—Smith. (13) Clinton (10). IP H R ER BB SO Chance, W, 8-5 ... 9 4 0 0 1 5 Grant, L, 7-6 8 1 4 4 1 h Wortnlnaton ... I 00002 T—1:». A—22,394. HR—Adcock 1 Kasko *s Grote c Brown p Fox ph Spongier pr Fox ph Raymond pr 0000 Spongier pr 0 0 0 0 Totali » o 4 o Totol» 25 1 J 1 Houston 000000000—0 San Francisco 100 OW OOx-1 E—Aspromontc. DP—Houston 2. LOB— . , IP H R ER BB SO Brown, L, l-» II 31013 Hendley, W, 9-5 ...» 40022 Shaw 2-300001 Pierce 1-30 0 0 0 1 Hendley faced two men In vlh. First Game PHILADELPHIA .. CINCINNATI ob r h bl ob r h bl Taylor 2b 4021 Rose 2b 4100 Shockley lb 5120 Kroucjh rl 3000 Cnlllson rf 4000 Klaus ph 0100 Allen 3b 3121 Plnson cl 4223 Gonzolez cf 4011 Rob on If-rf 4010 Dalrymple c 4 1 l o Johnson lb 4131 Herrnst n If 3110 Pavletlch c 4117 Cater ph 1010 Cardenas ss 4 1 1 o Wine s» 3017 Boros 3b 4010 Sunning p 3000 Mciloney p 0000 Brlggs II 1000 Queen ph 1000 Xoleman ph 1000 Edwards ph 0000 Harper ph-lt 1011 Tdtoll 34 411 4 Totals 14 7 10 « Philadelphia 112000000—4 Cincinnati DOO 002 14x—7 E—Taylor, Hermsteln. DP—Philadelphia 1. LOB—Philadelphia 7, Cincinnati 4. 28—Robinson, Johnson. 3B—Wine, Pin»on 2. HR—Allen (17), Pavletlch (2). SB —Taylor. S—Wine. IP H R ER BB SO 61-3 6 3 1 0 t 2-31 0000 1-32 3 3 1 0 2-311101 3 94412. 3 00003! 1 00001 1 20000 1 00000 Second Gam* LOS ANGELES eb r h bl ab r h bl 5221 Wills ss 4000 4111 Griffith 3b 4000 4 0 { 2 W. Davis cf 4 0 1 0 5232 Fairly Ib 4000 5110 Roseboro c 4 1 2 0 5 0 1 0 T. Davis II 3021 5110 Moon rf 3000 4121 Oliver 2b 3000 Burd'8 p 4 I 2 0 L. Miller p 0 0 0 0 Brewer p 1010 Parker ph 1000 Gilllam ph 1000 41 1 15 7 Totals M.J.«.I CHICAGO Cowan cf A'llilano 2b Williams If Sonto 3b Banks lb Gabr'son rt Bertcll c Rodqers 55 Totals Chicago 05« 110 210—» Los Angeles 010 000 000—i E—Amalfitano, Griffith. DP—Chicago 2, Los Angeles 1. LOB—Chicago 7, Los Angeles 4. 2B—Bertell, Roseboro. HR—Santo (17). SF—Williams. IP H R ER BBSO L. Burd'te. W, 6-2 9 61102 ' ' 12-375510 31-33 I I 0 2 3 Bimninq Short Bnlrlschun, L. 3-4 Roebuck Mo'onpy Purkcy Henry McCool, W, 3-0 . Ellis T—2:19. L. Miller, L, 1-3 Bre%ver Perronoskl Reed .... I DETROIT BALTIMORE obrhbl obrhbl Bruton cf 4000 Brandt f.f 4010 Demeter pf 1000 Aparicio ss 4000 Lumpe 3b 4111 Powell If 3111 Kollne rf 4000 Saverlne pr 0000 G.Brown If 4010 Clmoll rf 0000 Cash Ib 2010 Slcbern Ib 3210 McAullffe ss 4 2 2 1 Robinson 3b 3010 Frcehan c 3111 Bowen rl-ll 3112 Wert 3b 4 0 1 0 Lau c 2122 McLaln p 0000 R.Brown c 0000 Phillips ph 1000 Adalr 2b 3000 Wood ph 1000 Bunker p 2000 Tho'as ph-cf 1000 Hall p 1000 Totals 33 4 7 J Totals 28 5 7 5 Detroit 000005201-4 Baltimor* l20.loi.OOx-5 E—Brandt. DP—Baltimore 1. LOB—Detroit 6, Baltimore 4. 2B—Robinson. 3B—Lau. HR—Lumpe (2) McAullffe (16), Freehan (10), Powell (25), Bowens (9), Lnu (3) S~Roblnson. SF=— Bowcns. IP 2 2 9 2 k By The Associated Press John Baleman and Johnny Callison played give-and-take with the National League lead but the Milwaukee Braves made their mark playing leap-frog. Houston catcher Bateman flubbed a two-out third strike in the first game of Sunday's doubleheader against San Francisco and two pitches later Jim Ray Hart homered for a 4-2 Giants victory. The Giants also won the night- McLoln, L, 1-1 .. Rokow Sherry Fox Bunker, W, 10-2 . Hall Miller Bunker tacrd 1 H 3 1 2 1 4 1 1 , 2 2 man in R ER BB SO cap 1-0 and had the league lead in their grasp until Philadelphia's Callison took it away from them. The Phils had dropped their doubleheader opener to Cincinnati 7-4 and were trailing 2-1 in the second game when the Giants-Colts final was posted on the Scoreboard. Then Callison duplicated his All-Star game heroics with a three-run ninth inning homer. The Phils held on for a 4-3 verdict and a first place margin of Giants Combining Talent and Luck Bunker, Frcehan. T—?:.1«. AMERICAN (First Game) CLEVELAND NEW YORK ab r h bl ab r h bl Howser ss 4000 Llni ss 3010 Davallllo cf 4020 Rlch'son 2b 4120 Wagner If 4000 Lopez rf 3110 Chance Ib 4000 Mantle cf 3100 Francona rl 3 1 1 1 Trcsh H 4122 Romano c 4010 Howard c 4120 Brown 26 4121 Gonzalez Ib 4 1 1 1 Held 3b 4010 Bayer 3b 4012 McDowell p 2 0 0 0 Sheldon p 3010 Smith ph 1000 Totals 34 2 7 Z Totals 32 4 It 5 Cleveland 020 000 000-2 ! New York 030 030 OOx—6 E—Richardson. DP—Cleveland 3, New York 1. LOB—Cleveland 6, New York 5. 2B—Gonialcz, Lopez. HR—Francona Second Game PHILADELPHIA CINCINNATI ab r h bl ab r h bl Rojos cf-is-c 3110 Rose 2b 4011 Coillson rl 5123 Keouah rf 4131 Taylor 2b 5020 Pavlollch ph 0 0 0 0 ! />l'i-n 3h 5110 Plnson cf 5000 Cater II 3010 Robinson If 3000' Shocklrv Ib 3 0 0 0 Johnson Ib 4000 : Wino ss 3011 Boros 3b 4 0 2 0 j Oori'cz ph-cf 1000 Cardenas ss .11101 Dnirymple c 4 0 1 0 Queen ph 1 0 0 0 : Dnaas pr 0100 Smllh c 3000! Amnro ss 0000 Edwords ph 1000) Roozcr p 3000 O'Toole p 2000 Hrrrnst'n ph 1000 Durcn p 1000 Coleman ph 1110 Totals IS 4 7 4 Totals 36 3 S J (•I), Brown (10). McDowell, L, 3-4 Ahcrnathy .... Siebcrt Sheldon, W. 3-1 . WP—McDowell. IP H 51-3 10 , 2-3 0 . 2 I . 1 7 T—2:28. ER BB SO 627 000 0 1 2 2 I 7 lb HBP—By A-7,152. Rrst Game WASHINGTON . BOSTON ab r h bl ob r h bl Blas'ame 2b 6 1 3 0 Mantilla 2b 4 J 1 2 Kennedy ss 6110 Conlqltara If 3 1 1 2 " 3221 Y'trze'skl cf 5 1 1 1 3211 Stuart lb 3321 4345 Malzone 3b 4110 4022 Thomas rf 2110 Brcssoud ss 1 0 0 OTillmon c 1000 Morehead 5020 Lamnbe p 1001 Radalz p 1000 1000 1000 Cun'ham Klna rf Lock cf Brumley c Zlmmer 3b Brlnkm'n ss Hlnton ph Valentine If Osleen p Hannan p Phillips ph Leppert ph Totals 37101410 Totals 33 11.» 11 Tololi Philadelphia 000100003—4 Cincinnati Oil 000 001—3 E—Taylor. Shockley, Rose. DP-Pliiln i rielphia 1, Cincinnati 1, LOB—Philadelphia • Cleveland 9, Cincinnati 9. 3B—Allen, Keough, Cardenas, Coleman. Second Game CLEVELAND NEW YORK ab r h bl ob r* bl Dnvnlillo cl 5000 Kubck ss 4000 Smith rt 310 OLInz 2b 4010 Wanner If < 1 I 1 Lopei If .1000 Chance lb 403 0 Marls rl 3010 Azcuc c .101 OTresh cl 2010 Brown ss 2b 3111 Pepllone lb 4000 Salmon 2b .1010 Blanchord c 4 0 0 0 Howser ss 1000 Boyer 3b 3000, Mornn 3h 4011 rord p 1 0 0 0 I Tianl p 4000 Moore ph 1000 Rich'son ph I 0 I 0 I 34 4 i 3 Totals 30 0 4 0 ! HR—Callison (15), Boozer, W, 1-0 Wise Short O'Toole Duren, L, 0-2 . Henry Ellis Henry faced 1 man T—2:09. A—27,245. Keough IP H 3-3 13 3 1-J 0 2-3 (6). R ER BB SO 100110000-3 New York 000 000 000—0 E—Noiio. DP—Cleveland 1, New York 1. LOU—Cleveland 7, New York 7. HR— Wanner (23). IP H R ERBB SO Tinnt, W, 1-0 9 4 0 0 4 11 Ford, L, 12-3 5 63334 Renilf 2 Terry 2 20 BolK—Tlant. T—2:21. A—30,061. First Game PITTSBURGH MILWAUKEE ab r h bl ab r h bl R.Bailey 3b 4000 Move cl 3010 Vlrdon cf 3000 Menke 5,5 i 0 I Q Clemenle rt 4000 Aaron rl 5230 Slargell lb 3010 Torre lb 5001 Clenden'n )b 1 1 1 0 E.Bailey c 4111 Lynch It 3011 Carly II 4231 Burgess c 4 0 1 0 De la Hoi 3b 3 0 3 0 Mazer'skl 2b 3 0 0 0 Boiling 2b 4023 Scholleld ss 3121 Cloninger p 3 1 I 0 Friend p 1000 Frees* ph 1000 Mola ph-cf 1000 Totals 31 2 6 2 Totals 36 i 15 i Pittsburgh 001000001—2 Milwaukee 000 320 Olx—4 E—None. DP—Pittsburgh 2, Milwaukee 2. LOB—Pittsburgh 4, Milwaukee 12. 2B—Scholleld. Carty 2, Aaron. 3B—Clen- denon. HR—Schoflcld (3). SB—Aaron. 5— Cloninger IP H R ERBB SO Friend, L, 89 .... 4 2-3 8 S 5 .1 1 SuK 1-32 0 0 0 0 Face 2. 2000? Schwall 1 311)0 tlonlnger. W. 9-8 » 62226 HBP—By Face, Corty. T—2 41. Second Com* PITTSBURGH MILWAUKEE abrhbl abrhbl f Bniicv II 4140 Menki »» 2100 Vlrdon cl 101 OMaye tt 4120 Mola ni.| .S 1 o OCIlne tl flemenfr rt 4 I 2 3 Aaron rf Freew 3b 4001 Torre lb Clend'n'n lb 3 0 1 0 E. Bailey c 4010 Carly II 4030 DelaHof 3b 2000 Bolllnq 2b 1000 Lemasier p 0000 Fischer o 1 t 00 1000 1000 Totals First Game KANSAS CITY CHICAGO ab r h bl ab r h bl Causey ss 5000 Hshbqer r-ct 3110 6011 Buford 21) 3b 2000 4010 R'b'ns'n ll-rf 5010 5110 Ward 3b 5000 5010 Weis 2b 0000 4031 McCrow lb 0000 Landis cl 1000 St'ph'ns ah-l 5020 Hansen ss 5110 Martin c 3000 Nicholson pr 3 1 0 0 1000 Plzarro p 3000 0000 Skowrn ph 1000 Pelers ph 1112 4* 110 J Totals 17 ] J 1 Charles 3b Harrelson If Colavllo rf Genlile lb Edwards c Green pr Bryan c Malhews cf Sh'm'ker 2D Segul p Aluslk ph Stock p J 0 I 1 3000 2000 5000 4010 Washington 100.133020—10 Boston 500.122.OOx—11 E—None. DP—Boston 2. LOB—Washington 10, Boston 4. 2B—Kennedy, Lock, Brumley, Stuart. 3B—Bressoiid. HR—Lock, 2, (151, King (15), Conlotlaro (19), Brcssoud (8), Mantilla (131, Yastnemskl (10), Stuart (23). SF—Lock, Osteen. IP Oslecn, L, 7-7 .... 32-3 Hannan 21-3 Kline 2 00013 Morehead 41-36 S S 5 3 Lnmabe, W, 8-8 3 84401 Rodati 12-32 1 1 0 4 HBP—By Morehead, King, By Osteen, Thomas. WP—Morehead. T—3.08. Second Game WASHINGTON BOSTON ab r h bl ab r h bl j Brlnkman M 5 3 3 1 Jones 5b 5 0 0 0 i Kennedy 3b 3000 Mantilla ss 51101 Hlnton If 4231 Ytrzeski cf 51211 Lock rl-cf 5021 Stuart lb 5010 Leppcrl c 3000 Thomas rf 3000 Bru'lcy ph-c 1011 Conlqllaro II 4 1 1 0 Hunt cl .1000 Williams 3b 3000 King ph-rf 1000 Nixon t. 3100 Phillips Ib 4000 Wilson nr 0000 Collier 2b 3000 Tlllman c 0000 Blas'mc ph 2 1000 Earley p 1001 Narum p 1000 Radatz p 1 0 0 0 Cun'ham ph 1000 Malrone ph 1010 Rldzlk p 1000 Totals 36 5 9 4 Totals 36 4 4 2 Washington 200 010 010 1—5 Boston 0031000000—4 E—Kennedy, Brlnkman 2. LOB—Washington 8, Boston 6. JB—Brlnkman, Clinton 2, Lock, Mantilla, Stuart, Yaslrzemskl. HR—Brlnkman (4). SB—Hlnton. S—Kennedy 2, Norum SF—Earley. IP H 6 3 1 6 1-3 22-3 I SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - National League pennants are won, it has often been said, by a combination of talent and luck. The San Francisco Giants, who appeared short of either ingredient while suffering a five- game losing streak, enjoyed ample amounts of both Sunday and [therefore find themselves just i four percentage points out of the league lead. Hoping to improve their posi- | tion further, the Giants today | sent Bob Bolin, 3-4, against the P 2 o o o I Chicago Cubs and Ernie Broglio, i o o o i "*""' ' n * ne °P cner °f a four-game ; scries at Candlestick Park. Lady Luck smiled on the Giants in the person of opposing 3111 4224 3000 catcher Johnny Bateman in the first game of Sunday's doubleheader with the Houston Colts. The break came with two out H R ER BB so j j n the bottom half of the eighth 54413; inning and the score tied 2-2. oooia: 84491 Right-hander Dick Farrell, who had more than held his own against Giants' ace Juan Marichal, fired a swinging third strike past San Francisco's Orlando Ccpeda. The inning should have ended Narum Rldrlk, W, 4-2 . Kline Earley Podotz Lomabe, L, 8-9 HBP—By Norum, T-3:05. A-12.324. 5 1 0 5 2 2 Nixon. R ER BB O 4216 0012 0000 3315 1113 1121 WP—Earley HOME RUNS By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE Lumps (21, McAutlffo (161, Freehan (10), Tigers; Powell (25), Bowens (9), Lau (3), Orioles; Francona (4), Brawn (10), Wagner 23), Indians; Rollins (10), Ktllebrew (33), Twins; Adcock 2 (13), Clinton (10), Angels'; King (15), Lock 2 (15), Brlnkman (4), Senators; Conlallaro (19), Bressoud (8), Mantilla (13), Yas- lrzemskl (10), Stuart 23), Red Sox; Peters (2), Nicholson (11), Hansen (9), White Sox; Colavlto (22), Gentile (16), Athletics. NATIONAL LEAGUE Sfhofield (3), Clemente (6), Pirates; Gonder (5), Mets; Golnes (5), Colts; Mays (29), Hart (13), Giants; Allen (17), Callison (15), Phillies; Pavletlch (2), Keough (6), Reds; Bonks (12), Williams (22), Sonto (17), Cubs. Totals None out when winning run scored. Konias City 000000100000)-? Chicago 1DO 000 000 000 1—3 E-None. DP-Chicago 1. LOB-Kansas Cily 7, Chicago 6 HK-Petcrs (2). SB-McCraw. S Butord. Slock. SF-McCrew. IP...H..R ER BB SO S 11144 I I) 0 0 0 (I 0 0 0 0 0 RFGo^ftich, Your Convenient B.F. GOODRICH STORE 526 KVAN ST. 436-2555 0000 4111 4111 4020 4020 3100 4012 2000 2000 Segul Bowsflcld Wvatl Mock, L, 41 Puarro Wllhclm, IV, 4 5 Segul faced one faced one holler 10 7 .1 3 baiter In In 10th 2 1 1 9th. 0 1 I 0 S (1 4 Wyott lb Jb Pogllaroni c Mley bs L vnch ph Bia&s p Law p Burgees ph Schofleld ss . Totals 35 4 12 4. Pittsburgh 100. CM. 000—4 Milwaukee iOO.040.OOx—J E—Clemente 2. Freett/ Move. DP— Pittsburgh 1, Milwaukee 3. LOB—Pittsburgh 8, Milwaukee 1. -R. Bailey, Bailing. HR—Clemente M S f 4 W. Bloss, L, 3d Law Face McBean L.cmosler, W, Fischer Blass faced 4 106 IP 0 S 2 1 S 4 men H 3 5 0 1 I In R ERBB SO 4 1 0 0 4 0 1st. HBP-By Pliorro (Cauicy), bv Wvall (McCrow). WP-Wyall. T.1.10 Second Game KANSAS CITY CHICAGO ad r h bl ab r h bi j Tarlabull cl 4020 Bulord 3b -1 l 1 0 • 4110 Wels 2b 4020 3112 landis ct 3010 4111 Skowron Ih 4000 Causey ss Genlile lb Colavllo rf Harrelson If Bryan c Edwards ph Charles 3b Shoeker 2b 4010 Hshb'ger rf 3 1 0 0 3000 Nicholson II 4122 1010 Stephens If 0000 4000 Han&en ss 3121 3010 M'Nertnty c 4 0 0 0 O'Don'hue p 2 0 0 0 Herbert p 3000 Aluslk ph 1000 Totals JJ 3 I 3 Totals 11 4 I 3 MO tOO 101-3 ....)»• 101 MX—« DP—Kansas City Chf- WP—Face, Lemasler, Flsch«r. T—3:41 4000 40101 4001 4120, 2000! 4021 7010 1000! 0000 1000 2000 10001 33 1 I 1 i First Game NEW YORK ST. LOUIS ab r h bl ob r h bi Hunt 2b 4010 Flood it 4120 ChiThcr rt 5011 Brock II Elliot rf 000 0 White lb Inomcs Ib 5031 Boyer 3b Hickmon tf 5020 Groat ss brnith :P 4000 McC.arvcr c Ailinon H 3000 Shannon M ( in'ia'O c J 0 0 0 Galliano ?b MrMiiian n 4210 Skinner pn fisher p 4100 Buthtk 5b James ph Simmons p Javier 2b . T«I»I» v J l a Telols New YOlk 010200000—3 SI Louil 1M OOt 000-2 E Gauiiuno 'i- Simmon* 1 LOB New Noik 10, si ?B-Thoniai t. Groot IP H Pisher, VV (. "> 1 8 * iinmam 1 v| ; ; Humphreys 2 I Second Game NEW YORK ST. LOUIS ab r hbi 4220 Flood rt 4710 BIO. k II 0000 White in 5132 Boyf i 3b 5112 Gioct li 4021 Skiwer rl 3011 Sh-Miiun pr 3000 Jancr ?b 300 OMcCcrver c 4000 Gibson p Ph Kansas City Chlcoo* E—Causey, Charles 2 2, Chicago L LOB—Kansas City 4, cago 7. HR—Colavlto (22), Gentile (16), Nicholson (11), Hansen (9) IP H • O'DonOflhut, L, 6-6 3 3 i P lister 4 4 1 : Drabowsky l 1000 i Herbert, W, 3-3 ...8 6 3 3 1 Wllhelm 1-31 0 0 0 Mass! 0 1000 I Fisher 230000 1 O'Donoghue faced 3 men In 4th. Her- f i bert laced 2 men In 91h. Mossl faced one man in 9th. , HBP—By Ptistcr (Bulord). WP—0 Do- ncghut. T— 2.08. A—U.644. QUALITY-RIDE SHOCK 1 R ER BB SO 3230 0 1 1 5 0 0 0 DP-New Louis 8 ER BB 5O 7 ? - \ 0 Hunt 2b Ailmon If Hickman If Crirohr rt Gonder t Elliot ct Harkness lb Smith 3b McMillan ss Lory p . . _ , Totals 35 7 10 i Warwick —'i l 4Vi*«'.4'i Totals None out when winning ah r h bl 5 7 J I S 1 7 ? i 1 1 1 5021, 504). 3000 0 I! C 0 4000 3 1 1 0 3000 1 t 1 0 39 7 15 6 scored. First Come LOS ANGELES MINNESOTA ob r h bl ab r h bi R Pony [f 5120 Vcrsalles ss 5100 Piflsa!) 11 4110 Rollins 3b 5124 Smith ph If 1010 Oliva il 41)0, Fiesjoil -.s 4221 KWebrew if 4132 Adcock lb 4224 Hall cf 5020 Soirlano lb 1000 Allison Ib 4110 C Union rt 5031 Bailey c 1000' lorrc-s 3D 4021 Zim'rman c 3 0 2 0 i Rookiers c. 5000 Kaot pr 0000 Knoop Sb 3110 Kmdoll 20 3000 D. It? p 1100 Arrlgo p 1000' R I ee 1000 Mini hf r ph 1000 Kostro ph 1 1 1 0 Homy ph c 1000 loioit 40 114 7 Totals 31 t 11 « Los Angeles 300500000—5 Minnsota 000 000 Mft— 4 (•'- l ? rc'josl, Kmdoll. Aliiion. OP—Los ' Antfcics 1 LOB—Loj Angeles », Mlnnc so'a 8. 2B-Adr.ock. Clinton. Smith, OUva Ford, Chevy, Plymouth (most models. . '54 through '63) New York : -203 001 000-6 SI LMlis 11(000004—7 E—Gibson, Gonder. DP—St. Lou,s 1. LOB—New York 7, St. Louii 10. M'Carver, CnnitopU-r Hk—Gender (5). SB— HR —Rolling (10), D I ce, W. 5 1 Dulibo R. Le« ATl.jo, L. 6-2 . Roland J. Perry Fomow KhppMeln Pii'ls Arrlgo faced tuced 1 man In WP—Perry. T—3:07. Klilebrcw IP H . 62-3 0 213 3 13 12-3 2 1 1 men 7th. (33) R ER BB SO 034 0 INSTALLED 4th; DuUtao ' 2B — Brack. Warwick, Boyer. Hunt, Allman. Lary Hunter, L, Oi . Sutherland — Gibson, W, 8-7 .. Lory faced two H 11 3 1 10 K Ett BB SO J 4 2 0 3200 oooo. t 4 II Teenager Sets Channel Swim men In 9th, Hunter i ,_ ,_ .„_ DOVER, England (AP)-Leo- \ «ao5Jjhree''nien"Tn Wh; butherland'Tocecl I nora Modell, a 13-J'e4T-Old frOJTJ I °~ Satramento, Calif., will attempt! 15 •'" Hunt T -i 4j Jim Clark /s German Winner STUrrGART, Germany «APi Jim Clark of Scotland dnne liis LfjJus to victory Sunday in i h fJrarul Prix of I he SuiMud'., ' ''"nnula One cars. KJ bwome the youngest person i iu swim across the English i Channel next month, one of her j trainers said Sunday. The train-' or is Sam Rockett, who swam ; the Channel himself in 1950 Tlit \uungest success!ul chan-, nt-l swimmer so far is Claudia McJ-'hi-rsou, who did it last year j at the age of 17. Replace your old worn thocks with theseorigi- no I equipment,double- action type. You'll quickly notice a smoother ride, easier steering ... this means safer driving. FREE INSTALLATION! FREE INSPECTION! there, but to the Giants glee— and Bateman's discomfort — it didn't. The strikeout pitch caromed off Bateman's glove for a passed ball and Cepeda raced to first. Jimmy Ray Hart took immediate advantage of the turn in fortune by slamming a Farrell pitch 450 feet for the homer that gave San Francisco a 4-2 victory. The talent showed Itself in the nightcap as pitchers Bob Hendley, Bob Shaw and Billy Pierce joined forces to out-hurl Houston's Hal (Skinny) Brown in a 1-0 cliff-hanger. San Francisco scored the only run of the game in the first frame. Slump-ridden slugger Willie McCovey surprised the Colts by laying down a bunt for a single. Third-baseman Bob Aspromonte's hurried throw went astray for an error and McCovey ended up at second base. Willie Mays, who had slugged his 29th homer in the opener, singled McCovey home. Hendley and Brown dueled brilliantly thereafter until the Colts ninth, when a walk to Nellie Fox and a single by Carroll Hardy with none out chased Hendley. Shaw relieved and, after a sacrifice moved the tying run to third, he struck out Joe Gaines. With left-handed batting Walter Bond at the plate, Manager Alvin Dark brought in southpaw Billy Pierce. Bond also went down swinging. four percentage points over the Giants. The torrid Braves trimmed Pittsburgh twice 6-2 and 5-4 and climbed from a tie for sixth place into fourth, six games off the pace. They now have won 10 of their last 13 games and 16 of their last 22. Elsewhere in the NL, the Chicago Cubs pounded out 27 hits for 8-2 and 9-1 decisions over the Los Angeles Dodgers while St. Louis rallied for four ninth inning runs and edged the New York Mets 7-G in the second of a pair after the Mets won the opener 3-2. "That passed ball changed this club's whole feeling," Giants' Manager Alvin Dark said after the double victory. "We had gone bad, there's no doubt about that." The Giants had lost five in a row and were tied 2-2 in the eighth inning of the first game. With two outs, Colts' pitcher Dick Farrell fanned Orlando Cepeda but the ball eluded Bateman and Cepeda reached first. Hart followed with his 13th homer, a 450-foot wallop to left centerfield. Willie McCovey beat out a first inning bunt, took second on an error and scored the only run of the second game on Willie Mays' single. Bob Shaw and Billy Pierce put down a Colt rally in the ninth after Bob Hendley had pitched a four-hitter through eight. Callison's 15th homer, off reliever Bill Henry, followed a single by Clay Dalrymple and a walk to Cookie Rojas. The Reds rallied for a run in the bottom of the ninth but Chris Short came out of the bullpen and got Vada Pinson to hit into a game-ending force play. Pinson's second triple, a single by Deron Johnson and Don Pavletich's two-run homer overcame a 4-3 deficit in the eighth inning of the opener, Frank Boiling drove in three Milwaukee runs with two singles hi the first game and Tony Cloninger tossed a six-hitter. Boiling doubled in two more runs in the nightcap. Hank Fischer relieved starter Denny Lemaster in the sixth inning and blanked the Pirates the rest of the way. Dick Ellsworth pitched a five- hitter against the Dodgers in the opener and the Cubs collected a dozen hits, including two- run homers by Ernie Banks and Billy Williams. Lew Burdette allowed six hits in the second game and Ron Santo went 3-for-5, including his 17th homer, to lead the 15-hit attack. Burdette, making his 350th NL start, won his sixth game in eight decisions. Dick Groat's fourth hit of the second game scored Ken Boyer with the winning run and capped the Cardinals' ninth inning explosion. Boyer had doubled home Lou Brock for a 6-6 tie. All three Met runs in the opener were unearned. Jack Fisher scattered eight hits for the victory. BASEBALL STANDINGS AMERICAN LEAGUE won L«t Pcf. Bthind Baltimore .... 56 34 .4tt — Chlcoqo 54 34 .«14 1 NOW York ... 53 34 .607 I'/j Wlnnesolo .... 47 45 .511 10 Los Angeles ... 47 47 .500 11 Detroit .... -IS 44 .495 IIVi Boston .... 45 48 .484 12", Cleveland ... 39 50 .43* 16"j Washington ..36 M .375 23 Kansot City ..34 58 .370 53 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Baltimore 5, Detroit 4 New YorK i-0, Cleveland 2-3 Lot Angeles M, Minnesota 6-0 Boston 11-4, Washington 10-5, 2nd gam* 10 Innings Chicago 3-4, Kansas City 2-X 1st qoms 13" Innlnos TODAY'S GAMES Los Angeles (McBrlde 2-11) at Chlcoqo (Tolbot J-3), night Detroit (Regan 4-8) at Boston (Hcffner 5-2, night TUESDAY'S GAMES Kansas City at Minnesota, night Los Angeles at Chicago, 2, twi-nlgtit Cleveland at Baltimore, 2, twl-nlqht Washington at New York, night Detroit at Boston, nlflht NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Behind Philadelphia 52 36 .591 — San Francisco 54 .18 .587 Cincinnati ... 50 4| .549 3Vi Milwaukee ..47 43 .522 (I Pittsburgh ..45 42 .517 k"i St. LOUlS .... 47 U .516 6Vi Los Angeles ..45 45 .500 8 Chicago ... 44 45 .494 8Vj Houston 41 52 .441 13"; New York .... 27 66 .390 27>/ 3 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Milwaukee 6-5, Pittsburgh 2-4 New York 3-6, St. Louis 2-7 Eon Francisco 4-1, Houston ?-0 Cincinnati 7-3, Philadelphia 4.4 Chicago 8-9, Los Angeles 2-1 TODAY'S GAMES Philadelphia (Bennett 9-6) at Cincinnati (Nuxhall 7-4), night Houston (Owens 3-6) at Los Angeles (Moeller 5-7), night Chicago (Brogllo 4-9) at San Francises (Bolln 3-4) TUESDAY'S GAMES New York at Cincinnati, night Philadelphia at Milwaukee, night Houston at Los Angeles, night Chicago at San Francisco, night Pittsburgh at St. Louis, night ANCHOR TOE CO. 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