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A (Chicago (Tribune FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1963 SPORTS s" BUSINESS l! n n IAL rui As lb UVJ 9 0 EX-BEAR BACK MASTERSON IS DEAB AT 50 Collapses While at Gym Class Bernie Masterson, 50, Chicago Bears' quarterback from 1934 thru 1940, collapsed while supervising a gym period in St. Andrew's gym yesterday and died while en route to a hospital in a fire department ambulance. The former Nebraska great had been athletic director of St. Andrew's, Addison and Paulina streets. Masterson, of 1022 S. Cumberland av., Park Ridge, was a quarterback on the first Chicago All-Star squad in 1934 and played on the Bear team that won divisional championships in the National league in 1934 and 1937. The 1934 Bear team was held to a scoreless tie by the collegians in the first All-Star football game. After leaving the Bears, Masterson coached at Stanford and U. C. L. A. before joining the Navy in 1942. From 1942 to Doing the Cleveland Crawl i-t nua A INDIANS DUMP CHICAGO INTO 20 PLACE, 54 BrosnanFaces 1 Man Boom! Short Story WHITE SOX AP Wirepnoto Cleveland's Al Luplow (22) manages to outscramble John Buzhardt, White Sox pitcher, and scores run in first inning. Buzhardt was covering plate after uncorking a wild pitch. By- DAVIPCONPON AB Landis, cf 3 Fox, 2b 4 Weis, 2b 0 Ward, 3b 4 Robinson, rf .... 4 Maxwell, lb 3 Carreon, c Nicholson, If .... 4 Hansen, ss 3 Martin, c 3 Cgnninsham, lb . a Buihardt, p .... 3 Wilnelm, p 0 Brasnan, p 0 H RBI P 1 1 1 , '. - Jr BERNIE MASTERSON 1945 he coached Navy teams at Iowa and St. Mary's Pre-Flight. Masterson returned to Nebraska as head coach after he left the service and coached there for two years. In 1948 he became backfield coach for the Yankees of the All-America conference and was with the New York team thru 1950 when he moved to Iowa as backfield coach. After leaving Iowa, Master-son coached at Lewis college in Lockport and then came to St. Andrew's. Masterson is survived by his widow, Pauline, and five chil drenKathleen, Margaret and Barbara, and Bernice Jr. and John. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Bishop Bernard J. Sheil, pastor of St. Andrew's, said: "Masterson was one of the finest of Christian gentlemen, a great athlete, and distinguished in his profession and in his work with the youth of the parish. He was a symbol to and had the respect of all of them, from the youngest to the oldest His death comes as a great shock to us all." Run in 9th Wins, 1-0, for Dodgers Los Angeles, May 16 UPi John Roseboro's two-out single in the ninth inning drove in Jim Gilliam with the run tonight that gave the Los Angeles Dodgers a 1 to 0 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Don Schwall, who had shut out Los Angeles in his last start against them, pitched out of two jams before Gilliam opened the ninth with a single, went to second on a sacrifice by Ron Fairly, and took third as Tommy Davis bounced to the shortstop. The Pirates had threatened in the ninth when Ted Savage was thrown out at the plate by Willie Davis as he attempted to score from second on a single. THE ST. LOUIS BROWNS Fans of Chicago, who for 10 years have been declaring that "The Browns will rise again," are about to see their prophecy come true at least in part. One old St. Louis Brown will rise again, in Cleveland's Municipal stadium, on June 23, and the Browns fans of Chicago will make it possible. The Cleveland Indians are reassembling their championship team of 1948, on that date, to play an exhibition game against an all-star American league team of the same year. Al Zarilla of the Browns was on the all-star team of 1948. But the Indians were unable to locate an authentic St. Louis Browns uniform. The Chicagoans offered to lend one for the occasion, and President Bill Leonard The Tribune's night life editor will lead an entourage of Chicagoans to Cleveland for the big event. The last time anyone wore the three Brownie uniforms owned by the Chicago ans was for a comedy act and the wearers were those late magnificent idiots, Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson, and their partner, Les Lear. Meanwhile, the St. Louis Browns Fans are having a billiard tournament to determine the local champion. The winner will engage the champion of another leading fraternal organization the Playboy club in a series of charity matches. f; 1 ,1 J J Al Zarilla . back again B Pittsburtn Los Anseles Ab I H At) R H Schofield, ss 4 0 0 Wills, 3b 4 0 1 Sovoqe, If 4 0 1 Gilliam, 2b 3 13 Clemente, rf 3 0 1 Fairly, lb., 3 0 2 Clendenon, lb 3 0 0 T. Davis, If 4 0 0 Mazeroski, 2b 4 0 2 Moon, rf 2 2 9 Bailey, 3b 4 0 0 Roseboro, C 3 0 1 Paqlioronl, e 3 0 1 W. Davis, cf 3 0 0 j u l i rocewsKi, 59 o v w 3 0 1 Podres, p 3 0 0 Virdon, cf Schwall, 31 0 7 79 1 7 000 0 001 1 Pittsburgh 000 000 Los Angeles 000 000 Run batted In Roseboro. Three base hit Virdon. Socrf ices Clemente, Fairly. Puiout and assists Pittsburgh, 26-13 2 out when winning run scored ; Los Angeles, 77-13. Double plays Wills to Gilliam to Fairly; Schofield to Mazeroski to Clendenon. Left on bases Pittsburgh, 6; Los Angeles, o. Pitching summary: IP H R ER BB SO Schwoll 8 7 1 1 1 3 Podres 7 0 0 1 5 Winning pitcher Podres 2-3. Losing pitcher Schwall 2-2. Hit by pitcher Schwall Moon). Balk Podres. Umpires-Gorman, Landes Sudol, Foreman. Time 1:50. Attendance 21.287. ILL VEECK thinks that four major league baseball clubs are on the block, and he's about to enter a bid for a particular one. The Cubs are not included. . . . Good guys dept.: Remember when the Cincinnati Reds paid a big bonus to sign Jay Hook, the Northwestern university pitcher? Jay, now with Casey Stengel's New York Mets, has offered his alma mater, Grayslake High school, $2,000 to improve the baseball facilities there. . . . Look what happens when your policeman visits the training camps in Florida, the Masters golf in Augusta, Ga., and the Kentucky Derby, instead of tending to business in the old home town: they let that creep, Buddy Rogers, sneak back into town. Buddy will wrestle Bobo Brazil, for the world's championship, in the Amphitheater next Friday night. The vigilant Illinois Athletic commission has ruled that Buddy cannot wear a headguard as a precaution against Brazil's illegal coco butt. Much as we hate Rogers, the creep, we would hate to see Brazil win the cherished world wrestling championship by foul tactics. Be a sportj BraziL . . . because it isn't winning or losing, but how you play the game! Davalillo, cf . Luplow, rf ... Held, 2b .... Adcock, lb ., Kindall, lb .. Froncona, If Romano, c . . Alvis, 3 Martinet, ss Donovan, p , a-Whitfield .. b-Borton .... Walker, P ... Ramos, p ... C-33 4 7 3 24 12 CLEVELAND AB R H RBI P 33 5 It 4 27 11 w HLLE VACATIONING in Mexico, baseball's Frank Lane is scribbling notes for his memoirs. . . . There's a move afoot to have a testimonial for Joe Kuharich, who quit as Notre Dame's head football coach to go with the National Football league. . . . Some guys will never learn this corner's pick for the Preakness has to be Candy Spots. Next idiot, please. . . . That illuminated golf course at Arlington Park race track will be ready for you duffers by early June. . . . The Indianapolis 500 mile race has competition; the seventh annual national championship drag races will be held at the Great Lakes strip in Union Grove, Wis., starting Memorial day. . . . Jim KensU of the National Football league thinks that Gordy Smith's appreciation of the pro grid game is the greatest. When Kensil asked the Minnesota Viking end his hobbies, Gordy replied: "Minor sports". . . . Bob Wilkinson, the former Indiana university athlete, has been hired by Goodrich to be "All-American" good will ambassador in Indiana and Illinois. . . . Chicagoland loses a great sportsman when Max Burnell, longtime athletic director at Evanston's St. George High school, moves on to that Texas coaching job. In God Is Light In God is light; We can turn to Him When the way of life Is dark or dim. In God is light; Thru Him we see The glory of Eternity. Lucille Veneklasen Neighborhood Parties It's fun to have these parties And mingle with those we know Otherwise we wave in passing Or say a quick "hello." It's nice to get together To chat and laugh a while . . . And have a cup of coffee And cake . . . mixed with a smile. It's fun to have these parties, To chase monotony . . . An hour of pleasant fellowship For you . . . and me. Hilda Butler Tarr May time How very welcome is the Spring How sweet the month of May How good to feel the sunshine After winter's dreary stay! Carice Williams Holes in One Paul Sindelar, Fresh Meadows, 3d hole, 215 yards. Wilbur Coleman, Paw Paw Lake, 7th hole, 156 yards. Little White Lie She doesn't know she's on camera. Ole Thorsen Sudden Thought It seems most little kids know all the answers except during school hours. Mae Maloo. Famous Last Words I didn't expect to be called on for a speech. Les Lear. You have to take chances if you want to make biff money. G. GasiorowskL The jockey cave him a bum ride. Neil McCarthy. Chicago Weather It may be cold It may be hot, But well have wind Whether or not. Mary E. Erwin. The Wake Depends Help! Upon Its Friends Help! t-Singled for Dgnovsi in 1th. b-Ran for Whitfield in ftp. c-Jones flied out for Martin in 9th and Hershberter struck out for Wilnelm in 9th. White SOX 000 101 0024 Cleveland 100 008 0315 Double plays Martinez to Adcoclt Ward; Ward to Maxwell Remans. Left on bases Whitt Sox, 5; Cleveland, 5. Two bast hits Luplow t, Adcock. Home runs Londis ; Ahis 4. Stole bases Froncona 2, Landis. Pitching summary: IP H R ER BB SO Buzhardt 7 I 4 4 1 4 Wilnelm V 1 0 i-Bresnan 0 1 1 1 Donovan 1 4 2 2 1 5 Walker 4 3 2 2 1 Ramos 0 1 1 x-Faced one batter in 9th. Winning pitcher Ramos 1-1. Losing pitcher Brosnan 0-1. Wild pitch Buihardt. Umpires Salerno, Hamchick, Range, and Stewart. Time 2:29. Attendance 3,079. Total home runs to dote. BY RICHARD DOZER Chicagg Tribune Press Service Cleveland, May 16 The Chicago White Sox's eight-day grip on first place was broken tonight by a team they hadn't seen before and largely thru the efforts of a couple of strangers to the American league. Joe Adcock, a portly gentleman of 35 who played 10 years for the Milwaukee Braves, hit a three-run double in the eighth inning to wipe out an early Chi cago lead. Then, after the Sox bad tied the score with a two-run rally, Max Alvis, a 25 year old Texan up from the Pacific Coast league, hit a home run leading off in the Cleveland ninth to give the Indians a 5 to 4 victory. The loser was Jim Brosnan, who threw only four pitches after inheriting a chance to pick up his first American league victory by taking over the pitching in the .ninth. Pedro Ramos was the winner in re lief. It was his first victory. Boston in First Alvis, a stocky third baseman, hit the homer far over the left field barrier to knock the White Sox 15 percentage points out of the . league lead, taken by Boston.: It was his fourth homer. Jim Landis hit Lis sixth over the same barrier in the sixth inning to give the White Sox . a 2 to 1 lead in what had been a pitching duel between Cleve land s Dick Donovan and Chicago's John Buzhardt. Each club employed three pitchers and for the first time Brosnan and Hoyt Wilnelm, the two men who are regarded as top performers in the Sox relief corps, were summoned in the same game. Wilhelm's call was pretty much wasted. He was brought on after Adcock's double un loaded the bases to provide the Indians with a 4 to 2 lead off Buzhardt in. the eighth. The knucklebaH expert y i e 1 d e d a subsequent infield single that proved of no consequence and ended the uprising by serving a double play ball, to John Romano., , .. ' Walker Fails in 9th But in the Sox ninth, with un steady' Jerry Walker entrusted with the task of preserving vic- Continued on page 4, col. 3 J Cubs Play This One Back-to-Back l A ''i' v LP, ' vtf m.-h- -fYr ' ' f ' ' ' - i TRIBUNE Staff Photo Umpire Frank Secory arouses ire of Cubs after calling Johnny Edwards of Reds safe at the start of turbulent eighth inning. Ron Santo (10), who had knocked down Edwards' liner, gets help from Teammates Larry Jackson, Ernie Banks, and Ken Hubbs, in that order. Big Ten and State Prep Title Meets Bring Eventful Week-End in Sports Here's the Wavl IM3lniTAafrTP.cli5 Track Records It Shapes Up JIM O'TOOLE LOSES IN DUEL WITH JACKSON Reds Yield Runs in 7th and 8th I Nary vs. Larry I Kosko, 3b 3 CINCINNATI AB R H RBI P Keouuh, If Rote, 2b ... Pinson, cf . Lynch. If .. Zonni, p ... henry, p Coleman, lb Robinson, rf Cardenas, is Pavletich, c Ed worn, c OToole, p -Gander .. b-Harper Bwsintome, Ik . t 1 Jl CUBS AB R H I H II Brock, rf .... Hubbs, 2b .. Williams, If Santo, 3b .. Banks, lb .. Routers, ss Mathews, cf Bertell, c .. Joctson, p .. 21 RBI 2 27 II 1 This will be a big week-end in amateur sport. College and high school athletes compete for Big Ten and state championships in a wide variety of events. Three Western conference titles will be decided track at Minnesota, tennis at Northwestern, and golf at Wisconsin. There also will be a full sched ule of Big Ten baseball games. State high school champions will emerge from Crack, golf, and tennis competition at the University of Illinois. Big Ten golfers will play 72 holes today and tomorrow on Madison's Maple Bluff Country club course, with Wisconsin the favorite by virtue of being the only undefeated team in the conference. The Badgers won 14 matches in a row before halving their meeting with Michigan State. Some Individual Stars Leading contenders for the individual championship are Indiana's Phil White and Byron Comestock, Michigan's Tom Pendlebury, Purdue's Bill Tem- plin. and Northwestern's Jeff Jones. In the state prep track meet today and tomorrow in Illinois' Memorial stadium, a very strong Phillips team from Chicago will defend its championship against a field of challengers headed by Evanston and Alton. Harvey Blair of Phil lips will defend his 220-yard dash title with the handicap of a pulled leg muscle. Some Strong Contenders Peoria Richwoods will defend its golf title against a strong challenge by Hinsdale and Wau-kegan. Douglas Proctor, Walter Owen, Mike Friedlander, and Rich Hoadley will make up the Peoria foursome. Proctor was medalist with a 69 last year. In the tennis tournament, Hinsdale is expected to check Evanston's bid for a fourth consecutive title. Hinsdale is unbeaten in 16 dual meets. MISS FAULK, MISS WRIGHT TIED FOR LEAD Muskogee, Okla., May 16 UJPD Mickey Wright and Mary Lena Faulk today shot even par 70s to take the first round lead in the $9,000 Muskogee Civitan Open golf tournament. Mickey Wrllht 37 33 TP Mary Lena Faulk 35 35 70 Sandra Hoynie 3 3473 Barbara Romact 3 3S J Kathy Whitwartll 37 M 75 Katfcy Cornelius 42 33-75 Shirley Enttehera 41 3475 Betsy Rowls 4f 3575 Malorteaftues NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Sap Franciscp .... 22 13 M Los Anteles .... 1 la M3 3 CHICAGO II 1 .52 3' j St. Louis If 17 .521 Vt Pittsburgh le H .500 4'-, Philadelphia 1 17 .415 5 Milwaukee 17 1 .472 5"j Cincinnati 15 17 .44 SVi New York 1$ 20 .42 7 Houston 15 21 .417 Vn YESTERDAY'S RESULTS CHICAGO, 2; Cincinnati, I. Milwaukee, 5; St. Louis. 2. San Francisco, 4; New York, 5. Philadelphia, 5; Houston, 2. Los Anaeles, 1; Pittsbunh, I. GAMES TONIGHT, PITCHERS Milwaukee at CHICAGO, 1:30 p. m. Shaw 1-2 vs. Buhl 2-31. Cincinnati at St. Louis. I P. . Jay 1- vs. Broilio 3-1. Philadelphia at Houston, f a. m. Me-hoffey 2-4 vs. Nottebart 4-1. Pittsburgh at Los Anteles, II p. (. Francis 1-1 vs. Miller 2-2. New York at San Francisco, 11:15 p. m. Cisco 1-3 vs. Pierce 1-3. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Boston II 11 .421 .... CHICAGO 24 13 .404 .... Baltimore le 14 .574 1 New Yerk 14 12 J71 Vh Kansas City II 14 .543 l''a Cleveland 14 13 Jl 3 Los Anseles 17 20 .45 5 Detroit 12 1 .317 7 Washington 13 22 .371 I Minnesota 11 20 .355 I YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland, 5; CHICAGO, 4. Boston, 3; Los Anseles, 0. Baltimore, ; Washington, 1. Only fames scheduled. GAMES TONIGHT PITCHERS CHICAGO at Baltimore, 7 p. m. Peters 2-2 vs. Barber 4-3. Minnesota at Cleveland, 7 p. m. Perry 0-2 vs. sell 1-2 or McDowell 2-2 Kansas City at Boston, 7 p. m. Bows-field 2-4 or Wiekersham 2-2 vs. More- neaa is-aj. Detroit at Washington 2, 5 p. m Aguirra 3-3 and Mossi 3-3 vs. Daniels 0-0 and Osteen 0-3. los Angeles at New York, 7 p. m. Nelson 2-0 vs. Bouto 3-11. Wilson Halts An gels, 3-0, on Two Hits Boston, May 16 () Earl Wil son subdued Los Angeles on two hits while pitching the Boston Red Sox to their fifth victory in a row, 3 to 0, today, The strong right hander got all bis offensive support m the first inning when Lu Clinton hit a two-run double off the left field wall and scored on Dick Stuart's single. While Boston was gaining its sixth triumph in seven starts, Wilson surrendered only a pair of singler by George Thomas in the second inning and Bob Rodgers in the fifth. Les Angeles AO K M Boston Pearson ,ct Koppe,2b Wagner, If L.Tho's,lb G.Tho's,rf Rodgers,c R.Sad'ski.3b Fregosi.ss Osinski,p 0 0 Schilling, 2b 0 0 Bressoud.ss 0 0 Y'tne'ski.lf 0 0 Malzone,3b O 1 Clinton.rf 2 0 1 StuarMb 3 0 0 Geiger,cf 3 0 0 Tillman 2 0 0 Wilson.p 0-27 0 2 Ab R H 4 0 1 4 0 0 3 1 2 3 1 1 4 1 2 3 0 1 4 0 0 4 0 1 4 0 2 33 3 10 On the Air TELEVISION 1 1:30 P. m WGN-TV Baseball: CUBS vs. Milwaukee Braves. RADIO - 1:31 p. m.WGN Baseball: CUBS vs. Milwaukee Braves. 4:15 p. aV-WGIt CMcaga Tribune sports Desk. 7 P. m.WCFL Baseball: WHITE SOX vs. Baltimore Orioles. o-E. Sodowski struck out for OsinskJ In 9th. Los Angeles 000 000 0000 Boston Juu uvx j Runs batted In Clinton 2, Stuart. Two base hits Yastrzemski, Clinton. Three base hit Wilson. Stolen base Geiger. Error Koppe. Putouts and assists Los Angeles,24-ll; Boston, 27-10. Double Plays Schilling to Bressoud to Stuart, Fregosi to Koooe to L. Thomas, Schilling to Bressoud. Left on bases Los Angeles, 2; Boston. 9. Pitching summory. IP H R ER BB SO Oslnskl 9 10 3 3 3 7 Wilson 9 2 0 0 2 4 Winning pitcher Wilson 14-21. Losing pitcher Osinski 2-1J. Wild pitches Wilson 2, Osinski. Umpires Rice, Valentine, AAC-Klnley, Chylak. Time 2:14. Menaced BY COOPER ROLLOW Chicago Tribune Press Service Minneapolis, May 16 One of the most illustrious fields within recent memory will assemble in Minnesota's Memorial stadium tomorrow to open the 63d Big Ten outdoor track meet. Veteran track observers have predicted one of the snuggest battles in years for the team title. At least five records are expected to be set in the two- day carnival. Records are in jeopardy in the 100 and 220-yard dashes, two-mile run, mile relay, and high jump. And the 330-yard in termediate hurdles winner T7ill automatically set a Big Ten mark, since it is a new event. The 330 hurdles was written into the conference agenda by way of developing talent for the Olympic hurdles distance of 400 meters. This takes the sprinters out of the race, because sprint ers can't run such a distance. The hurdles have been raised 6 inches to a height of 3 feet Eight of the 1962 individual winners will return to defend their crowns. Tne roster in cludes a pair of double victors Nate Adams of Purdue 100 and 220 and Elmars Ezerins of Wisconsin shot put and dis cus. Michigan, basing its hopes of retaining the title on strength in the weight events, must fend off strong challenges from Wisconsin's talent-laden squad and from Iowa. STONE PACES OKLAHOMA CITY GOLF TOURNEY Oklahoma City, May 16 UP) Bob Stone, a part-time touring pro from Junction City, Kas., carded a four-under-par 68 today to take a one-stroke lead in the first round of the $35,000 Oklahoma City Open Golf tournament. Stone, one of the first of the 157-man field to finish, had to wait out a challenge by Rex Baxter Jr. of Amarillo, Tex. Baxter toured the front nine in a 3-under-par 33 and went 4-under with a birdie on No. 13. He ran into trouble on the 17th, which was easily the biggest troublemaker of the day and settled for a 2-under-par 70. Bob Stone 35 33 41 Emie Vossler 34 3349 Ken Still 34 33-49 George Borer 34 3349 Doug Sanders 34 3549 Fred Hawkins 34 3471 Jack Rule 34 3470 Bobby Nichols 34 3470 Dick Mayer 34 3470 Frank Beard 34 3470 Ted Ball 34 34-70 Rei Baxter Jr 33 3770 Bob Duden 34 3470 Julius Boras 34 3470 Miller Berber 34 3470 Fight Decisions LAST NIGHT WORCESTER, Mass-Cherlie Scott knocked out Jimmy Lyn 11. PHILADELPHIA Le Matthews stopped Freddy Jackson (4). Miami Willie James beat Hank Webb (II. a-Doubled in Sth for O'Teole. b-Ron in Itb for Gender Cincinnati 000 000 000 0 Cubs 000 000 llx2 Double plays Hubbs to Rodgers to Banks Coleman. Left e pases Cincinnati, 7. Cubs, 5. Two base bits Gander, Brock. Sacrifice hits O'Teole, Williams. Pitching summary: IP H R ER BB SO OToole 7 4 1 1 1 I Zanni i 1 1 1 1 Henry Vs 1 Jackson ' , Winning pitcher Jackson 5-4, Losing Pitcher O'Toole 4-2. Umpires Pryor, Secory, Jackowski, and Smirk. Time 2:1$. Attendance 2,131. BY EDWARD PRELL The Cubs could afford to be frugal with their bats yesterday because Larry Jackson was pitching. He didn't repeat the mistake of last Saturday when he allowed the Houston Colts to score on him in a 1 to 0 defeat But his teammates made Larry wait a long time before finally getting around to scoring the runs which rewarded him with a 2 to 0 triumph over the Cincinnati Reds. The Cubs took the series, two games to one, thanks to a 2 to 1 victory by Dick Ellsworth in the series opener against the club many believe will win the National league pennant. It was a sad day for the O'Toole clan of Chicago, which was out in force to watch Jimmy O'Toole pitch for Cincinnati. The crowd in Wrigley field was almost restricted to the OTooles. Only 2,831 paid to watch the action in 45-degree weather. Umpires No Help Jackson's shutout was his first as a Cub and the 16th of his major league career. But the scoreless job and a 1 to 0 lead, presented him only in the seventh inning, were in jeopardy in a turbulent eighth. In this inning, the Reds ganged up on the 31-year-old right hander, sending half a dozen southpaw swingers to the plate. They had runners on third and second with none out and umpire's decisions twice incensed the Cubs. Ron Santo knocked down a liner by Johnny Edwards, a pinch batter, but Umpire Frank Secory called the runner safe, bringing out Manager Bob Kennedy in protest Jesse Gonder, batting for O'Toole, sliced a double to left and the pressure really was on Jackson. Left-Handed Parade Marty Keough, another left hander, was sent up to bat for Eddie Kasko and Ernie Banks speared his low liner. Andre Rodgers went back on the grass for Rookie Pete Rose's popper. Then came another southpaw with a bat Vada Pinson. Jackson quickly got two strikes on him and, after his third pitch, which appeared to be in the strike zone, started walking off the mound. The plate umpire John Pryor, called it a ball. Pinson eventually walked. The left-handed parade continued with Jerry Lynch as the next delegate, a game-wrecker from Continued on page 4, col. 61 MOON MULLINS" Ten Years Ago Today Carl Erskine yielded only one hit as the Brooklyn Dodgers shut out the Cincinnati Reds, 10 to 0. MOON SAYS WOO GRACIOUSLY FORGAVE YOUR COUSNS ANP BOUGHT TICKETS, ENGLAND -r i FOR THEM W P- 4P-I 0G YES, EMMA- I WISH I CONFOUNDED r GOOP- . i ini ivr"" K YES. . - HAVEN'T I ALWAYS told you WHAT A GENEROUS1 MAN YOU ABE, a WRUNG?, f NOT UNLESS YOU 1 f SORRY- V YOU MEAN OLD sK In , m r irf I I kiK ii rsr III i itn a. ihiim ISKl I j u S t rCr ME TO GO HOME J Hl tWtfe ?r WITH A NAKED y(FH i irnan ir 11 ejy i.',jzs j .v . - . ... - u M i " i iirnf iini i - iiii"" if i r-K .rS hi1" i r try , i

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