Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on July 21, 1962 · 8
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I " 1 Ai - . -.-Av -A- Ai , 1-1. 0 Satgrttar, jTnry 21, Change Crsaaffinnrnnummrattnim . r,.. - w- ( .Tor ''Old-Timers Only : A onetime Nebraska football player was honored recently by the Iowa Medical Society. He is Dr. Robert S. Taylor of Davenport who recently completed 50 years as a practicing physician. . -' - DrTaylor arned two Ms freshman and sophomore ears, -1904 ana '05-lie came to the Husker school after a brilliant career at York High School. ' At York he was a teammate of Emmett Osborn, still a Capital City resident at 436 So. 30th. Through the years Osborn and Dr. changing letters. Taylor Recruiting sbora--recalled-tWseek-that-braska-'as--abla 'to lure Taylor to school with Taylor was one of the first Negro players at the Uni-Tersityr He played under coach W. C. Bummy)' Booth. In his junior' year Taylor decide upon a medical career and transferred to Creighton. University in Omaha. . Had Two Letter Sweaters There Taylor had the distinction of becoming a football letterman his senior year, thus lettering in the two largest schools;, in the state. ' 1 I 1 n A iCDrassa iiau a n-i wun-iuss recuru in uuiu ui ia-lor's years as a Husker. The wins included a 103-30 rout of Creighton in 1904 and a 39-0 conquest of the Omahans in 1905. By the, time Taylor donned Creighton togs the Ne-braska-Creighton rivalry had ended. During the early 1900 era, Nebraska played both Grand Island and Lincoln High Schools. siiiiuuitiiiiiiiuiiiaiimiJiiiiuiuiiittiiiiiiiiiiitiiiuiiiJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiii I Shrine Boivl Profiles I Petersen Credentials 1 1 Include 12 Monograms I Kelly Petersen, Cozad Line-busting Kelly Petersen of Cozad will carry a bag full of credentials to the Shrine Bowl's South training camp. - ' ' The 190-pound fullback terror-ized the -Southwest Conference for two years and led Cozad tothe Class B grid title last. fall. He is a two- MA Petersen time all-stat- making the Class B team as a junior and the overall last year. " Going undefeated last'" year was his top sports thrilL Kelly earned 12 sports letters at Cozad, 4 each in baseketball, track, and football. Ills favorite school subject was English. He will wear No. 32. Race Favorite Defeated Again Wilmington, Del. (Jfr-Worth Seein, driven by Stanly Dancer again beat Impish with an easy,4 length victory " In the $14,200 M ar1t fi la 7 Washington . 3-year-old filly c 1 a s s i c at Bramdywine Raceway Friday night. Impish, the two - year - old trotting champion, was the t-2 favorite, but broke stride on the first turn and finished last. Playful Dares was second and Noted Hanover, an entry with the winner,; third. . A week ago Impish finished third to Worth Seein at Monti-cello Raceway. Amaro Joins Phils Eladeli'TOTTrTIie Philadelphia -Phillies have shipped outfielder Jackie Da- -jws-touffalo-of-4he-4nterna tiorial League, ta make .room on' their roster for infielder Rubin Amaro, who rejoined the club Friday after a 60-day, stint in the U.S. Army. Salute Program Chicago (UPl -A salute to the United States space : program will bfj made by the Conventry High School Band of Akron, Ohio, "during the halftime program of the College AlKtar football game Aug. 3, at Soldiers' Field. City Softball At Muny- Kraft Service 6. Stan and . Charlies 2; Pirates 4, Calvlnists 2; Com-pt'titurs 13. Red Hornets 5; Outpiwt 11, Cliff Geis 1: Grenemeiers lfi. Telephone 5: Sprr TV 12. Law Crillexe 5. Girla. At rl-Martin Delivery 12, Police 8. Salvation Army 17. Zyphera 0. UMNK Tru Trea Grapefruit Drink for REFRESHMENTS PARTIES THE HOME R. H. HUDSON ttWe jm Appetntnent -Si M -P.M. Lincoln Fvftilnf Joprnal anrl NchrasW State Journal of Pace Esnuuuinmmiiiiiaimtnmnauiiumi A-: AA'by " ;V; Jacfc Andersen varsity4etters at, Nebraska in- have kept in touch by ex- lias Changed a job at the Lindell Hotel. 1 1 1 1 . 1 t f1 Chuck Van 1iet, Prep . Chuck Van Vliet figures to log a lot of miles to play in the 1962 Shrine Bowl football game for the North. ' Chuck now resides in Alex andria, V a. His father was transferred to the Pentagon in Washingt oa, D.C. after serving at Omaha's Of-futt Air Force Base, while Chuck was att e n d i n g Van Vliet Creighton Prep. Van Vliet is typical of Don Leahy: ..linemen 6-0 . and 185 pounds and well-versed in fundamentals, Leahy ol Creighton Prep is also the North's head coach. Chuck's greatest sports thrill was starting in football as a junior, a noted achievement at Prep. He plans to attend Marquette this fall. . " He will play guard and wear number 75. Baseball Leaders ' NATIONAL LEAGl'E Player Club G AB K H Pet. T. Davia. LA 96 393 72 137 .349 JHusial, StL 7$ 24fo37 84 .349 Clemente;- Pitt. -.;t 89 334 6S lie. .( Robinson," ti1fcr,' S3 IDTT UT .333 F. Alou, SF ... 1 91 337 54 109 .323 H. Aaron, Mil. ... 94 357 - 72. 115 -.322 DaVenport, SF ....93 ' 332 63 10? .322 Skinner, Pitt. ... M 313 57 100 .319 Altman, ChU .... 89 324 40 103 , .318 Williams. Chi. . 97 380 67 119 .313 Mei'as. Hou. . . . 89 358 55 112 .313 AMERICAN LKAGIE Runnels. Bos. 90 337 55 115 .341 Jimenei, KCw-,-, 90 3273511 -.3394 Power, Mm. .. 77 318 42 99 .311 Cunmniham. Chi. 88 303 56 94 .310 Robinson, Chi. ... 91 354 53 109 .308 Siebern, KC 96 365 64 112 .307 Rollins. ..Milt 94 366 52110 .301 Vstimskl. Bos. ... 92 369 57 110 .298 Torres, LA 68 228 24 67 .294 Morari. LA .91 376 56 110 .293 Boyer. NY 85 300 48 88 .293 Home Kuns . KaUeaal Leane: Mays, Giant 27i H. Aaron, Braves 25: Banks, Cubs 23; Meiias, Colts 21; Cepeda, Gianu 20. American Leaiue: Wagner, Angels 26; Cash, Tigers 25; Gentile, Orioles 24; Kil- lebrew. Twins 24; Maris, YanKs Zi. Runs Baited In - National League: T. Davis. Dodgers 100: Mays. Giants 85; H. Aaron, Braves 82j JnbinsoDi. Beds75ieid-GLanM 74. American League: Wagner, Angels 70; Robinson. White Sox 69; Killebrew, Twins 68; Siebern, Athletics 68; Colavito, Tigers 61; Rollins. Twins 61. J'ildung National League: Purkey. Reds 14-3; Drysdale, Dodgers 16-4; Face, Pirates 7-2; McLlsh. Phils 6-2; Kouiax, Dodgers 14-5. American League:. Wickershara, Ath letics 8-2. McBride, Angeles 10-3; Dono van, Indians 12-4; Pascual, Twins 14-5; Foytack, Tigers -3. Sports Leader Dies St; Louis UP) Donald L. Barnes.Nboard chairman of the American Investment Co. and former owner of the old St--Louis:' Browns baseball team, died in a St. Louis hos pital Friday night- of "tomphVf cations following an operation. He was 68. Scores Triple Oceanport, N.J. (UPI) -Sam Boulmetis scored a triple at Monmouth Park Friday when he scored with Lonesome Joe ($9.80) in the second race, Big Patton ($7.40) in the 7th and . Toms Ace ($4.40) in the 9th. NORTHEAST LANES 4515 No. 56 IN 6-9427 Open Bowling 40 Per Line SAT. 9 A.M.-12 MIDNITE SUNA1 PJW.-12 MIDNITE WEEK DAYS- & EVENINGS Telt aYou Los Angeles til" Cassius Clay is proving himself a man of his word, far-fetched as it sometimes may be. For. days he predicted he would ; knock out.theiant Argentine heavy weight, Alejandro Lavorante. He named the round: the 5th. He told it to boxing writers, to radio and1 television audiences. Friday, night Cassius Mar-cellius Clay knocked out Lavorante la the 5th round. A crowd""al)ouril,0()0 saw the prediction come true in the Sports Arena, and paid an estimated $64,000 for the sight. Lavorante, at 208, nine pounds heavier than Clay was unquestionably the tough est opponent in the unblem- ished la-bout, career of the 20-year old Louisville, Ky., youngster. He s won 12 by knockouts. The end came in 1:48 min utes of the explosive 5th round, only, the 4th loss in 23 matches for the handsome 25-year-old Lavorante. Referee Tommy Hart didn't even bother to- count on this, the second and concluding knockdown in the final round of the scheduled 10- rounder. "It took the 'old man' 10 rounds. I'll do it in 5," said Cassius in a pre-fight Clay pep talk to Cassius. "A good young man is twice as good as a good old man." The old man was Archie Moore who knocked out Lavorante in 10 rounds earlier this year. '.And sure enough, Cassius deposited Lavorante in a corner , nearest where Old Archie himself was sit ting at ringside. An extrar Deit ana uassius rmgnt nave planted Alex into Archie's lap. Clay almost got his knock out In the second roUnaTLav-orante was in bad trouble from Cassius' pin-point rights and lefts to the head. But he didn't go down. "I didn't hold back that round, I just didn't go all out," said Cassius. "I want ed , to make my prediction come true." . Cassius reflected a moment. "People get mad if I predict wrong," he explained. "I know I brag and open my big mouth, but I called it, didn't I?" the self-designat- Omaha Hit By Colonels Louisville Top$ Dodgers, 6-2 . By Associated Press Dallas-Fort Worth made it 3 straight over Denver Fri-day, downing the Bears 4-3 In American Association baseball. At Louisville the Colonels whipped Omaha for the second straight time, 6-2, and Oklahoma Cityevened a scries against Indianapolis at one and one, defeating th"e Indians 7-3. Pitcher Jerry Nelson allowed Indianapolis 7 hits, only two walks and struck out 6 for his 10th win against 6 losses for the 89ers. It was the Indians' gam? until the 6th when - their 1-0 advantage evaporated under a 4:run-enslaught Indianapolis got two in the 8th, but the 89ers iced it with 3 more at the bottom of the 8th. Chi-ChLOlivo went all the. way against Omaha to pick up histh victory in 14 decisions. He had a shutout going for 7 innings. The Colonels got their first run in the 4th on consecutive singles by Jim Bolger, Frank Leja arid Phil Hoof with one out. Rioof hit a 3-run homer in the 6th. It was Roof's 3rd homer for the season, two against Omaha. It took Denver innings to crank out its first run against Dallas-Fort Worth. Prairie Maid Cops 6-5: Win Cliff Wozniak scored the winning run on a freak play td boost' Prairie Maid to a 6-5 win over Standard Reliance in Elks League play Friday night. With Wozniak resting on third, Jim Maxwell attempted to steal seeond.-vvozniak aw his chance and turned the opportunity into a double steal i and ,the winning run. ' Standard Reliance provided the lustjhlttingthough absorbing . the loss. Luke Cox hit a solo home run in the 3rd' and Earl (Wright followed with a. two-run "homer in the 5th,.- 1 Standard Reliant 010 OT0 -t 1. I Prairie Maid On I HMI x4 I 1 Nannen, Munford (4) wrmht () nd Hoppe, Nannen (4); Wocniak. Miller (4 nd- Burttn, Wllsoa (7), Outcome in Advance ed 'Cassius The Great added Consulted immediately after the knockout, old Archie seemed undisturbed that he may soon meet young Cassius. Boxing's older statesman said that first he would be interested in the financial aspects of such a match. "I'll be glad to accommo Lavorante goes down for 10 Qualifying Dates Set For National Amateur Golf The 36-hole qualifying rounds for the 1962 USGA Amateur Championships will' be held at the Lincoln Coun-try-Club, TuesdayrSept. 4; it was announced Friday by Phil Aitken. Aitken is the Nebraska member of the USGA Sectional Affairs Committee. LCC will be available for practice rounds on Sept. 3, Only golfers with a handicap of 4 or less are eligible to enter the qualifying rounds. All entries must arrive at the USGA office in New York City by Aug. 15. Aitken announced that entry blanks can be obtained from any of the pros at Lincoln golf courses which are affiliated with the USGA. The National Amateur will be held at the Pinehurst Country Club in Pinehurst, N.C., starting Sept. 17. Columbus' Results Friday First raee. Burse $800. nidn.. clmr., I and 4 yo., 6' 2 furlongs. My Hoby (Burnhart) . 11.60 4.00 3.20 Royal Beth Gibbons . . 3.40, .2.60 Jurgie (GreenburO ... " 3.60 T 128 3 AlsoKae "Jae. Betty O'Neill, Jo's Kids, Mystery Diane, Good Cow, Clyma Rose. Seeond raee, parse $800, clmf., 4 and up. 6 furlonrs. Sacandaga (Gaffclione) The Game Warden (Burnhart) Mr: Buckup (Ecotfey). 5.60 4.20 3.20 7.40 1.88 3.40 T 1:21.1 Als PolHe Senaton Secret Sergent, Deke, Ball -Fly. Daily Double paidi 48.40 Third raee, parse $800. nidn., rlmf., 3 and 4 o., 6': furlong's. EaTly-Snrvey-tGreenuurgr" 3.H) 2.60 Baby Wagon -Jett - - 13.20- 8.0O llnjay (J. Rettele) .. . 3.40 T 1:29.1 . . Also Second Floor, Posey's Boy, Bald Moose. C, Wi pe. Cream Pa Mint. - Fourth race, furlongs. 1 purse $900, allow. 2 ye, SH Kem Gem (Morris) ....3.00 J. 60 5.20 1.29 2.60 2.40 Haf ran (Collin?) Melanies Boots (Correa) T 1:1.1.3 Also Marie I, Dusty Policy, Lucre, Faithful Dad. Prov Rae. Fifth rate, purse $800, clmr.. Little 4 and up, 5'1 furlongs. Gypsy Dan (Peek) .. .10.00 4.S0 Tal Pnlm (Drennen) ... 7.80 Cap's Sun (GaJfttlione) . 3.00 4.40 3.20 T 1:12.3 Also Hose's Soy, Inca Bay, Allorm'ore, Hy Bunny, After Beat. Sixth rare, purse $800, clmf., 4 and up, 53 furlonirs. - - l . Kentucky Model 'Correal" 8.00 3.40 2.60 Pink Powder iL. Rettele) 4.20 3.00 Black Powder (B. Morris) 3.80 T 1:12.0 Also Lassie's Port. Fleet Belle, Two Dots, rain Bin, Glad Broom. Seventh rare, purse and up. 9 furlong. $1,100, .14.60 elmc. S Boxwood Miss (Peck) . Ocean Sandal (Morris) Mmtnik (Ecoffey) .. T 1:17.2 Also Very Truly, Miss bein. (.60 4.20 S.60 3.20 3.20 Bellcrest. Ma- Einhlh raee, purse $900, clmr., 4 and uu, k lurnmss. i:i Snack (L. Bettele) l.lttle BellHlo (rorrea) Harbour Miss (Padron) T 1:17.4 11.00 4.60 3.60 3.00 2.60 3.00 Also Port Quest,.-Leo'i Honey, Cherokee Streak. Sixth Street. Comer ThisWeck to the BEHEAN FUNDAMENTAL CHURCH Meeting at Y.M.C.A., 13th & P Sunday School 9:00 a.rh. Morning Worship 10:00 a.m. Evening Service . J:00 p.m. Wednesday Eve. ; 7:30 p.m. Criallcnr iny Bible Messages by Pastor Lehman date Mr. Clay if the people want it," was the way he put it. Archie paused and went on! "The Louisville flyer ran on schedule, and arrived pn lime. "But on the next stop I might derail him." J 4" A friend suggested that maybe Archie . and his 10th round knockout earlier this count. Earlier in the week charging Cassius Clay predicted he would win within 5 rounds. Visitors Find Lincoln Legion Teams Tough Gerry's and th? Optimists swept a doubl9?feader Friday night in a preliminary to the American Junior Legion district baseball tournament. Gerry's, on the strength of 4-hit pitching Jy .Lefty . John Shafer, took an easy 8-1 victory from Beatrice in the open-er at Sherman Field.--This is the 5th straight victory scored by Shafer. He fanned 8 and walked only two in posting the win. Boasting the top record among Lincoln Legion teams, (17-7) coach Rich Luffs crew drew a bye into the. area tournament to be played at Nebraska City, July 29. The Optimists came up with 3 runs in the bottom of the Grid Team In Turmoil Eagles Facing -. Manv Problems .- FnaadeiphiaHH-t(ckt1'akuei holder in the Philadelphia Eagles proposed Friday that the National Football League club be moved to another city because of what he called unreasonable demands by Philadelphia in its plans to lease its proposed new sports stadium. 3ViIlianL CClark-of-Alex andria, - Va.j also told an Eagles-stockholders' meeting the club should be sold to non-Philadelphia interests. Clark is a brother of the late James P. Clark, former city Democratic leader who was influential in operation and management poliejrof the team. " ' Eagles' officials have been preparlhgtb meet with city representatives to d i s c u-s s terras for a long-term lease of the proposed stadium, which would be built in South Philadelphia. The Eagles' management originally had declined to commit the team to occupying the new stadium, saying a survey of season tickethold-ers showed many preferred to continue to watch the Eagles' games at Franklin Field.." The Eagles' management agreed to negotiate after city officials said the team would not be permitted to occupy the new stadium at any time in the future if it did not move in at the outset. , urn year may have taken a lot out of Lavorante. Alejandro was removed from this same ring on a stretcher that night, more exhausted than uncon scious Archie politely declined to evaluate this possibility.. But Lavorante did walk out of the ring Friday night, on his own power. -. . 6th inning to' pull away from a tie and down Nebraska City, 8-5, in the windup of a doubleheader. John Laird picked up the win following Steve McMul-Ien's departureafter 4 innings. Les Tyrrell and Gene Graff provided key hits for the Lincoln crew with two apiece, including a triple by Tyrrell. NEBRASKA CITY OPTIMISTS abrhbi abrhbi Easter" ri 4 0 0 O Turek ss 4 110 Caster cf 3 2 10 Kemist 2b 4 2 10 Po'meyer c 3 12 1 Tyrrell lb 4 3 2 0 Hughes SS-P 3 111 Graff If '3121 Janssen p-ss 4 0 11 Bempe 2b 4 0 0 0 N'mester 2b 2 10 0 Motz c 4 110 Mullen If 2 0 0 0 Hubka cf 3 0 10 Evert If 1 0 0 0 Rung rf 2 0 0 0 Majors 2b 3 0 0 0 Mc.Mullen P 1 0 0 0 Ursman lb 1 0 0 0 Hester 10 0 0 Laird p 10 0 0 Totals 26 S 5 S Totals 31 $ $ 1 Nebraska- City 011 030 05 Optimists .001 133 I 8 Hi Hushes 2, Jenssen, Neumester, Evert. DP Kemist, Tyrrell; Rempe Kemist, Tyrell. 2B Caster, Poggemeyer. 3B-iTyrell, Hughes. IP H E ER BB SO Janssen 5 7 5 1 S 2 Hughes (L) .2" -1 3 0 4 1 MtMulIen s. i 13 i Laird (W ..... 3 4 3 3 ' 3 1 WP-McMullen, Hughes. PBPogge-meyer 2, Motz. 3. T 2:20. GEREY'S , BEATRICE abrbbl , sbrbbi McKay 2b U 1 0 Do. T'jen4b 3 0 0 0 Knopp 2b 1 0 0 0 Dw. T'jen c 3 0 0 0 LaDuke- 3b .4 0 2 O Gould if 3 O 0 0 Clemens cf 4 110 Wieck ss-e 3 0 2 0 Blood lb 3 10 1 Armstrong rf 2 0 0 0 12 8 B a-wardiaw 1 0 e 0 2 10 0 Gyhra cf 2 0 0 0 Gorham ss Zangari If Nimocks c White c Schafer P 2 2 12 b Meyer 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 1 Milke 2b 2 0 10 0 0 0 0- e-Burchman 1000 3 0 0 0 Heaston lb 3 110 H'tmeier p-ss 1 0 0 n Totals zi s 7 l oiaia H l 4 a Reached base o fielders choice from Armstrong; b Walked for Gyhra; c struck out for Milke. Beatrice . 000 001 01 Gerry's 104 030 x 8 E Doug Tieuen, Holtmeier, Blood, Gorham, Shafer. DP Shafer. Gorham and Blood. " 2B Nimocks, Oemens. IP H RERBBSO Holtmeier ,,"-.-2 3-3-3 S-:i- -l-;-4 Wieck 4 1-3 4 3 3 2 1 Shafer (W. Ml . 6 4 1 6 2 I WP Holtmeier, Shafer. T 2:00. A-r-400. Fitness Group Old iTrnnk:t TtTT mi.! WashingtOnlIJEIj ThR American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation -the official "arm" of President Kenne dy's Youth Fitness Program was founded in 188a by Wil liam G. Anderson of Yale. Top Bowlers v Men's 230 Games, 600 Series At Parkway Sunset: Cnrt. Nichols, Wal- ly tiuns ana tars. LMy-bia; Kod Hie-benthal. Untouchables. 2.14. At Bowl-Mor Mixed Doubles Scratch: Slim Teet, No. im. Ladies 200 Games, 525 Series At Bowl-Mor-Mixed Double Scratch Stella Morgan, No. 1, 214-593: Eva Harig, No. 2, 216-525;. Maw Neal, Vo, 4, 2ml- W5; Kathy uinges. No. 4t 201-531. FOR COOL SUMMER FUN (P' AIR CONDITIONED .,.4, Jf 489-1214 2555 So. 48 National Scoret -r inl game) MILWAUKEE PHILADELPHIA ab r k M ak r k fcl Johnson cf Sill- Taylor lb 5 110 McMjilaa as f 1 1 1- Callisoa rf 4 110 MMhews lb 4 1 Guouies cf H. Aaron rf S 1 I Eleven lb 4111 lilt 000 Maye If .512 Covington If AQcock lb JO 1 0 Short B. cT. Aaron lb 0 d Roach Aspr'nte ib III McLuh P boiling 2b 0 DemeUT 3d 11X1 D'rymiile e lit bOldig c 1 1 1 Wine M . Bennett P J. Torre e Burdette P Curtis 9 Hi: 2 0 aKlaus Owens a Savage If 7 Tatals M 1 11 7 Teiah a Grounded out far Bejinett i8 wfl; 6 Singled iur palrymple in Hhi e Ran for Adcock io 7th f (J Fouled, out tor Short in fch. Milwaukee V 010 0l-T Philadelphia 023 000 01 E None. PO-A Milwaukee 27-10; Philadelphia 27-11. DP Curtis, McMillan and Adcock i Wine. Taylor and Steven. LOB Milwaukee 7, Philadelphia S. 2B Maye, Aspromonte,- Sieven, Adcock, Owens. HB McMillan. Dalrymple. Gonzalez. SB H. Aaroo. IP R X EK BB SO Bennett (L, M) .2 5 1 1 Owens ......... 3 4 1111 Short 1 10 03 McUsB : 1- t-T-0 0 Burdette ' ..7... t "5" Curtis (W. 34) ... 7 4 0 t 12 x Face three .men In 3rd. - HBP By Bennett tMatbewsf, U Se-cory, Vernon, Pry or, DonateUi. T 2:24. Secasd Game MILWAUKEE PHILADELPHIA ab r k kl ab r k M Johnson cf 4 0 10 Taylor 2b 4 0 0 0 Samuel ss 2 0 0 1 Callisoa rf 4 0 11 dBell 10 0 0 Savage If 3 0 0 0 McMillan ss O 0 0 Sieven lb 4 0 10 Mathews 3b 3 0 0 Torre lb 0 0 0 0 H.Aaron rf 4 111 Demter 3b 3 010 Adcock lb 4 0 10 Gornalcn at 1110 C rand all c eUecker Maye If Boiling 2b Heodley p aAspr'nte Raymond I fT. Aaron Tatals 3 0 10 mte e nil OOOO Wine as 2011 4 0 0 0 bCovington 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 aMaro ss 0 0 0 0 2 110 Mahaffey p 1 1 1 0 10 0 0 0000 OOOO 32 I 0 I Totals 25 3 1 1 a Struck out for Hendley in 7th; b Hit by pitch for Wine in 7th; c Ran for Covington in 7th; d Grounded out for Samuel in 0th; e Ran for Crandall 9th: f Walked for Raymond in 9th. Milwaukee 011 000 000-2 Philadelnhia 020 010 OOx 1 - E None. PO-A Milwaukee 24-10, PhUa- delphia 27-3. DP H. Aaron and Crandall. LOB Milwaukee 8. Philadelphia 4. 2B White, Wine, Sieven. 3B Callison, Mahaffey. HR H. Aaron. SB-Johnson 2, Crandall. SF Samuel. IP H B ER BB SO Hendley L, 6-7)' 6 7 3 3 1 4 Raymond 2 0 0 0 0 3 M h lfey (W. 13-9) 9 C 2 2 3 11 HBP By Raymond (Covington), by Ma haffey (Crandall). U Venioo. Pryor, DonateUi, Secory. T 2:51. A-24J53. NEW YORK CINCINNATI abrbbl abrkki Ashhurn cf 3 0 1 0 Kasko 3b 4 0 10 eal 2b 3 0 0 0 Blas'ame 2b 3 0 1 O Woodling rf 4 0 2 0 Pinson cf 4 0 11 Thomas If 4 111 Lynch If 4 0 10 Thr'uVy lb 4 0 0 0 Post If 0 0 0 0 Mantilla ss 4 0 10 Robinson rf 4 1 1 0 Kanehl 3b 3 0 2 0 Coleman lb 2 112 aC. Coleman 1 0 0 0 Edwards c 3 0 0 0 Pignatano c 3 0 1 0 Cardenas ss 2 1 1 0 bBouchee 1000 Jay p 3000 Craig p 3 0 O O Totals " 13 1 I 1 Totals 29 3 1 a Struck out for Kanehl in 9th, b Filed . out for Pignatano in 9th. New York 000 001 00O-1 Cincinnati ... 020 010 OOx 3 E Kasko. PO-A New York 244, Cincinnati 27-12. DP Coleman, Cardenas and Blasingame; Blasingame, Cardenas and Coleman LOB New -York 7, Cincinnati I 5. BR Thomas, G. Coleman. IP H R ER BB SO Craig (L, 3-14) ... 8 7 3 3 3 4 Jay (W, 13-9) .... 9 8 1 1 2 5 PB Edwards. U Boggess, Landes Smith. T 2:23. A 12,764. SAN FRANCISCO PITTSBURGH ab r h bl abrkbl Hiller 2b 3 0 10 Vlrdon cf 4 111 dNieman "1 0 0 0 Groat ss 10 11 Bowman 2 0 0 0 0 Skinner If 10 0 0 Davenpt 3b 3 2 0 0 Stuart lb 10 0 0 Mays cf 4 2 2 2 Clemente rf 4 1 2 0 McCovey If 2 111 Burgess c 3 0 10 eKuenn If OOOO Hoak 30 3001 F.Alou rf Cepeda lb ' Haller c Pagan ss Sanford p Larsen P-- 4 0 0 O M'zer'ski 2b 4 0 10 4 0 10 Law p - 0 0 0 4 12 0 aSchofld 10 0 0 4 0 0 0 Lamabe P 0 0,0 0 3 0 11 bMarshaU 10 6 0 Sturdivt p cGosa Olivo p Francis p Logan 33 I 4 Tatals 10 0 0 -0 0 0 1110 0000 0 0 0 0 1000 Totals 3137 1 a Grounded out for Law in 3rd: b Grounded into force out for Lamabe in 4th: c Doubled for Sturdivant in 7th; d Flied out for Hiller in 8th: e Walked intentionally for McCovey Jn 8th; f Grounded out for Francis in 9th. San Franclsca 211 000 m-4 Pittsburgh 000 100 2003 2B Haller, Clemente, Cepeda, Goss, Mays. 3B Virdon. HR Mays, McCovey. SK-Hoak. IP 61-3 2 2-J 1 3 1-3 R ER BB SO 3 3 4 $ Sanford (W, 12-6) Larsen ...... Law h. 8-5V .... Lamabe Sturdivant Olivo ......... Francis 12-3 U Burkhart, Pelekoudas, Walsh, Con. Ian. T-2:51. A 37,705. fins ANGELES' . CHICAGO abrbkl abrhbi Wills ss 5 0 2 0 Brock cf 4 110 Gilliam 3b 4 2 2 0 Hahhs 2b 4 110 W. Davis cf 4 2 1 B.Wil'am If 4 0 1 1 T. Davis If 5 12 4 Banks lb 3 0 0 1 Harkness lb 0 0 0 0 Santo 3b 3 0 0 0 Fairly lb-rf 5 23 I Altman rf 2 010 Howard rf-lf 4 0 0 0 Rodgers ss 4 0 0 0 RosebonLti0-l 2. BarragaiLj 4 OA J Burright 2b 3 0 0 0 Buhl p 10 0 0 S. WU'ams p 4 1 0 0 Anderson p 1 0. 0 0 Roebuck p 0 0 0 0 aWill 10 10 Lary p 0 0 0 0 bLandrum 10 0 0 Totals 36 8 11 Totals 32 2 I 2 a Singled for Anderson in 7th; b Grounded nut for Lary in 9th. Los Angeles ............. 000 242 000 8 Chicago 200 000 000 2 2B-B. Williams. Gilliam. HR-Fairly SB W. Davis. IP H R ER BB SO S. Wil'amg (W, 9-5) 7 2-3 5 2 2 5 Roebuck 1 1-3 0 0 0 1 Buhl (L, 6-8) .... 42-3 7 6 2 4 Anderson ,..2 1-3 4?1.JL I.arv 7 ... 2 2 0 0 0 -:WPS; ' Williams; Buhh Lary. Steiner, Crawford, Harvey, Barlick. T- 3 :09. -A--5-8,48t' ' ' ST. LOUIS HOUSTON ab r b bl ab r h bl r looa ct .junmmno io ui Javier-2b 421 O Spanaler U-4 02 0 White lb 4 0 11 Meiias rf 5 0 2 2 Musial If 4 0 2 2 Larker lb -10 1O B.G.Smith If 0 0 0 O Aspr'nte 3b 4 1 1 1 Boyer '3b 4 0 0 0 Warwick cf. 4 HI 0 James rf Oliver e aSch'nd'st Schaffer c Grttay ss Washburn r Duliba p bMinoso 4 0 10 Campbell c 10 10 LIHls S . " 1 0 0 0 cGoodman 1 0 0 0 Farrell p 4 0 0 0 dBrowne 0 0 0 0 ePendletnn 4 0 0 0 3010 1110 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 00 0 0 34 3 7 1 Totals McDamel p Totals 35 4 10 3 7th;b- a-Struck out for Oliver in AIR CONDITIONING EVERYTHING from room units to central systems for any room, home, business or building. EVERY SERVICE from free surveys and estimates to engineering, installation and repairs. NO MONEY DOWN - ' UP TO 5 YEARS TO REPAY UNDER THE rFIRST " NATIONAL.. TIME-CREDIT . G. LEHMAN CO. 720 "0" Sf. 432.1753 AIR-CONDITIONING -HEATINS SHEET METAL , Residential V Commtrciol 5 TTflF American &9X Scores A.SH1NGTON NEW TOM akrkM . ahrkkl Hamlin as 4 110 Tresh a 10 10 Cottier 2b 10 10- inca sosi 2D a .1 0 0 0 Maris rf 110 0 4 110 ManUe ef "4 111 4 0 10 Howard e 4 0 0 0 4 0 10 Lspex If 3 111 3 0 0 0 Skowrao lb 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 Boyer 3t3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Ford 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 bUm 10 10 0 0 0 0 Bndgea 9 f t 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0- 31 1 7 0 Trfab 20 1 0 t Johnsoa S Brum lb Hinlon it Lock If Sc hnudt c Piersall cf Hanultoa aSchaive Burnside P cO'Coel Hannaa p Tatals a Forced runner for Hamilton at 5th: b Singled for Ford in 7U: e Grounded into double play for Buraaide in 0th. Washingtaa 010 001 HR Mantle, Lopez. S Tresh. lT it Eg BB SO- Hamilton (L. J-S) 4 4 3 2 2 4 Bureside 3 2 O 0, 1 0 Hannan 1 O O O 0 1 Ford W, 0-5) ... 7 S 2 2 1 3 Bridges .2 2 0 01 1 WP Ford. U Bunge. Paparella, Soar. Bice. T 1:56. A 20,255. CHICAGO BOSTON abrkki abrhkl Aprk-io a-4 0 0 O Bressood ss J 2 2 0 Cun'ham lb 3 0 0 0 Hardy cf 4 2 12 Robinson rf 4110 Ylrze'ski V 4 3 3-3 MaxwellH 4 I I 0 " Malzone "Sin 4 0 0 Smith 3b 3 112 Bunnell lb 2 1 C O Sadowskl 2b 1 1 1 1 Clinton rf 4 0 2 3 Landis cf 1 0 0 0 Pagyarom' e 1 0 0 0 Carmm c 4 0 0 0 Schilling 2b 4 1 1 0 uuzhardt p Fisher p aConde Zanni P bH'shb'ger Joyce p cFox 0 0 0 O-'Schwall p 10 0 0 1 0 0 0 Radatx 9 000 000 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000 0 0 10 Tatals 11 4 0 3 Tatals lift I a-Walked for Fisher in 5 th; b St rock out for Zanni in Otb; e-Fiied out for Joyce in ath. Ckieag 000 000 0044 Bastaa . . 401 000 30x- 2B Yastrzemski, Breasond. 3B Clinton, Smith. HR Yastrzemski 2, Hardy, badowski. S Schwall. IP H Buzhardt (L, -9). 1-3 S B EE BB SO 4 3 10 Fisher 12-13 Zanni '....J "3 : 3 1 0 0 0 4 C Joyce 1 0 i xSchwaU fW, 4-11)0 Radatz 1 0 i x Faced four men In 9th. HBP By Schwall (Landis). WP Zanni. V Drummond, Napp, Stevens, Kinnamoa. T-2: Jl. A-17J90. BALTIMORE abrkki MINNESOTA abrkki Adair an Herzog rf Brandt cf . Gentile lb 5 130 Tattle cf 100 0 3 10 1 Power lb 5 0 10 5 12 2 Rollins 3b 5 0 0 O 3 0 0 0 Killebrew If 2 1 1 0 10 0 1 dMartinex 0 10 0 Williams If Robinson 3b 4 1 2 1 Allison rf Breeding 2b 3 0 0 0 Bailey c 4 110 5 2 3 2 Landntb c 4 0 0 0 Allen 2b 2 110 4 113 10 0 0 Estrada p bPowell . Brown p 2 110 Versalies 1 0 0 0 Kralick P 1 0 0 0 aMincber 10 12 Sullivan p 0 0 0 0 cGreen 10 0 0 Moore p 0 0 0 0 Totals 14 5 I 5 Totals 33 7 I 7 a Singled for Kralick in 6th; b Grounded out for Estrada in 7th; e Flied out for Sullivan in 9th; d Ran for Killebrew in loth. f Baltimore 200 110 010 0-5 Minnesota 030 002 000 27 2 & Robinson, Adair. Allison, Power. HR Brandt, Versalleg, Robinson, Battey. 8 Breeding, Allison. SFHeirtog, Williams. ' IP H R ER BB SO Estrada, t........ 6 6 5 S'tfi V It 5-3) .. 31-3 2 2 2 2 1 Kraiick' .rrrrrr g 6 4 4 1 3 Sullivan 3 2 10 11 U Umont. Stewart. McKintey. Chylak. T-2:2, A-ll(2. CLEVELAND LOS ANGELES ab r h kl ab t k bl Tasby cf 5 13 3 Pearson cf 4 12 1 Phillips 3b Essegian If Green rf Romano c 4 0 11 Moran 2b 5 12 1 Wagner rf 5 0 10 Torres 3b 5 12 1 4 12 1 4 111 4 0 10 Bilko lb 10 0 0 Kubiszyn 4 0 10 cBurgess lb 110 0 Francona lb 3 1 1 0 Rodgers c 2 00 1 Kindall 2b 4 110 Thomas If McDowell p 2 0 0 0 Koppe ss Dailey p 0 0 0 0 Bowsfield p Gomez P , 0 0 0 0 aYost dEdwards 1 lOOBotz p LatrtianT O 0 0 0 bWindhom eKirkland 1 0 0 0 Duren p Funk p 0 0 0 0 Spring p , -,..,.,...,... .. .rmier 9 3 113 3 10 0 00 0 0 1000 Jl 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0000 1000 100 0-0 0 0 0 Chance p Totals 38 S 11 5 Totals 10I1S a Grounded out for Bowsfield in 3rd b Walkedor Botz- In 5tht c-Walked intentionally for Bilko in 5th; d Reached base on error for Gomez in 7th; e Grounded oat for Latman in th. Cleveland 003 000 101 S Los Angeles 000 080 00 I 2B Kindall, Phillips, Tasby, Torres, Kubiszyn, Pearson, Green. HR Tasby, Thomas, Essegian. SF Rodgers; Phillips. IP H R ER BB SO McDowell 41-3 3 xuailey (.L, 2-1).. 0 3 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 Gomez 12-3 1 Latman .... Funk Bowsfield Botz W, 1-0). Duren Spring Fowler " 1 3 2 1-3 11-3 2 Chance 1-3 x raced three meft in 5th. HBP By McDowell Koppe). WP Bowsfield. U Salerno, Berry, Honochick. Schwarts. T 2:53. A 23,663. DETRqrt-. Kansas far-. abrkbl , abrkki Wood-2b - 5 0 0 0 DelGreco cf 4 0 1 0 McAuli'e 3b 5 3 2 2 J.umpe 2b 4 111 uruion ct 3 14 3 Alusilt rf Colavito If 3 2 10 Siebern lb Cash lb 5 2 2 2 Jimenez if Farley rf 3 111 Causey ss F'nandez so 5 1 1-2 Charles 3b Brown e 5 0 10 Sullivan c Mossi p 1 0 0 0 Seeui p 4 2 3 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 11 3 0 11 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 J00O 10 0 O oooo iooo oooo aPosada Walker p bCimoli Giggle p Totals 39 10 12 10 Totals 33 3 2 a Grounded out for Segui in 6th: Grounded out for Walker in 8th. Detroit 001 202 10410 Kansas City 100 000 101 1 2B McAauliffe, Colavito, Alusik, Jimenez. HR Lumpe. Fernandez, McAuliife, B niton, Cash 2, Farley. IP H R ER BB SO Mossi (W. t-10) ..9 S 3 3 2 4 Segui (L, 6-5) .... 6 - 7 5 5 2 7 Walker 2 2 1 13-0 Giggie . 1 3 4 3 0 O WP Segui. V Carrigan, Hurley. ' Flaherty, Smith. T 2:29. A 9,446. . Slruok ut for Duliba in Ttht e Sinsled for Liliis in 9th: d Walked for Farrell in 9th; e Ran for Browne in 9th, . St. Louis 200 000 0103 Houston 010 000 012 4 2B MusiaUHRuAspromonte-SB - Javier. Washburn, Amaliitano. IP B ER BB SO Washburn 1 1-3 11 0 2 Duliba 4 2-3 3 McDaniel (L, 2-5) 21-3 4 0 0 0 3 3 3 2 1 3 2 0 12 rarreii w, s-ia- o WP Farrell, Duliba. PB Oliver, Campbell. U-Sudol, Form an. Gorman. Jackowski. T 2:42. A 15,422. SUNDAY JULY 22 SUPER - MODIFIED STOCK CAR RACES 7 THRILL PACKED EVENTS LINCOLN -SPEEDWAYS-: CAPITOL BEACH i-CSf fit mm J i ' ' ; f i ., A , 'N A"' 'A- "'

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