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Wednesday Evening, May 23, 1962. Moore Saves Another For Twins. Cardinals Stretch String To Six Yanks Manage to Hold Slim Lead in American By MILTON MCHMAN UPI Sports Writer Ray Moore tells everyone he's 35, an out-and-out fib, but there's no getting around the fact that he's the man who is keeping those persistent Minnesota Twins moseying around the top of the American League. The gray-haired, pipe-smoking Moore, closer to 40 than 35, has been pressed into relief in three of the Twins' last four games and has won two of them. "Our rookies, like Rich Rollins and Bernie Allen, have done a tremendous job," says manager Sam Mele, "but'Moore has been our real life-saver." The veteran right-hander turned in another superb performance Tuesday night when he was credited with a 6-5 victory over the Washington Senators that moved the Twins into a virtual tie for first place with the Now York Yankees. Relieves In Eighth Moore, who calls everyone else "Horse," cantered out of the bullpen in the eighth inning with Washington runners on first and second and one out. He immediately induced Danny O'Connell and Chuck Cottier to pop up and then protected his one-run lead through the ninth. Moore was Minnesota's fourth pitcher and actually came into the game with the Twins leading by one ran. The official scorer awarded him the victory, his third of the season, because he felt Moore had been the most effective Minnesota hurler after starter Georges Maranda failed to survive the fifth. The Twins broke a 2-2 tie in the third with a four-mil rally highlighted by Bob Allison's two- run single. Lennie Green and Chuck Cottier hit homers. In other AL games, the Yankees shaded the Los Angeles Angels, 2-1, in 12 innings; the Baltimore Orioles beat the Cleveland Indians, 4-1, and the Kansas City A's handed the Boston Red Sox •their eighth straight loss, 5-1. The Tigers and White Sox were idle. Cards Extend Streak The St. Louis Cardinals ran itiheir winning streak to six games in the National League with a 6-2 win over I/he -Philadelphia Phillies; the Los Angeles Dodgers downed the first-place San Francisco Giants, 5-1; the Cincinnati Reds beat the Milwaukee Braves, 3-2, in 11 innings; the Houston Colls nipped the (New York Mets, 3-2, and the Chicago Cubs defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates, 3-1. Major League Results American League Kansas City Boston 200 102 000— 5 11 0 '000 010— 150 Wickersham, Segui (9) and Azcue. Cisco, Nichols (6), Kolstad (9) and Tillman, Winner — Wickersham (4-1). Loser—Cisco (3-4). HJR—Jiminez, Tillman. (12 innings) Los Ang 100 000 000 000— 110 New York 000 001 000 01—2 80 Chance, Duren (7), Spring (9), 'Morgan (11) and Rodgers. Ford, Coats (8), Daley (10), Turley (12) and Howard. Winner—Turley (2-0). Loser-Morgan {0-1). Baltimore Cleveland 000 021 010- 4 000 000 100— 1 Pappas, Wilhelm (7) and Triandos, Lau (6). Perry, Ramos (8) and Romano. Winner — Pappas (5-2). Loser — erry (2-2). !HR— Pappas, Gentile 2. . Minnesota 024 000 000— 6 12 1 Washington 110 010 200— 5 11 0 Maranda, Stange (5), Stigman (7), Moore (8) and Zimmerman. McClain, Kutyna (3), Rippelmeyer (5), Daniels (8) and Schmidt, Retzer (9). Winner- Moore (2-1).. Loser — McClain (0-5). HR—Green, Cottier. (Only games scheduled) National League Chicago 000 210 000— 3 12 0 Pittsburgh 000 000 010— 180 Cardwell (1-4) and Tappe. Friend, Lamabe ,(5), Veale (7), Face (9) and Burgess. Loser- Friend (4-5). HR—Altman. New York Minnesota Cleveland Los Angeles Baltimore Chicago Detroit Kansas City Boston Washington Phila St. Louis 000 000 002— 2 001 102 02x— B Brown, Short (7), Baldschun (8) and Dalrymple.'Gibson (5-2) and Sawatski, Schaffer (8). Loser — Brown (0-1). HR—Callison. (11 innings) Cinti Milw O'Toole 3 14 1 2 11 0 010 000 000 02000 100 000 01(4-5) and Edwards. Shaw, Fischer (11) and Crandall. Loser—Shaw (4-2). HR—Coleman. 000 100 001— 2 10 0 000 100 02x— 370 New York Houston Hook (3-3) and Taylor. Farrell (4-3) and Smith. HR—Mejias. San Fran Los Angeles 000 001 000— 151 001 002 20x— 591 Sanford, Miller (7) and Haller. Williams, L. Sherry (9) and Roseboro. Winner — Williams (3-1). Loser - Sanford (4-4). HR - T. Davis. Fight Results By United 'Press International LONDON (UPI)—Terry Downes, 159, Britain, outpointed Don Fullmer, 158, West Jordan, Utah (10). BOSTON (UPI) — Bob Young, 1-67, Providence, R.I., outpointed Mike Pusateri, 170, Dedham, Mass. (10). Baseball Standings American League W. L. Pet. GB 21 13 23 15 21 14 18 16 19 17 20 18 16 17 18 21 .462 5>/2 .618 .605 .(500 .529 .528 .526 ,.485 13 9 .371 8>/ 2 .265 12 Wednesday's Probable Pitchers Kansas City at New York—Pias- ter (0-4) vs. Terry (5-4). Minnesota at Boston (night)— Lee (3-2) vs. Wilson (0-1), Cleveland at Chicago <night)— Donovan (7-0) vs. Pizarro (2-4). Los Angeles at Washington (night)—Bowsfield (1-2) vs. Burnside (3-3). Detroit at Baltimore • {night)— 'Mossi (3-4) vs. Fisher (0-0). Thursday's Games •Kansas City at New York •Minnesota at Boston •Los Angeles at Washington, night Detroit at Baltimore, night • (Only games- scheduled) National League W. L. Pet. GB San Francisco St. Louis Los Angeles Cincinnati Pittsburgh Milwaukee Philadelphia Houston New- York Chicago 28 13 23 13 15 2>/2 5 7 .683 .639 .625 .571 .514 .421 .417 lOVi .395 11 ! .384 12 .342 13% Wednesday's Probable Pitchers Chicago at Milwaukee (night)— Hobble (0-5) vs. Piche (2-0) or Spahn (4-4). Pittsburgh at St. Louis (night)— Haddix (2-2) vs. Jackson (4-4). Cincinnati at Houston (night)— Jay (5-4) vs. Johnson (1-5). .New York at Los Angeles (night) — Craig (2-4) vs. dale (5-3). . Philadelphia at San Francisco (night) — Mahaffey (3-5) vs. Per ry (2-1). Thursday's Games Philadelphia at San Francisco Chicago at Milwaukee,, night Pittsburgh at St. Louis, night Cincinnati at Houston, night New York at Los Angeles, nigh American Association W. L. Pet. G.B Omaha ......... 20 14' .588 Indianapolis .... 18 14 .563 Denver 1814.563 Oklahoma City ... 16 18 .471 Louisville ..1619.457 Dallas-Ft. Worth 12 21 .364 Tuesday's Results Louisville 6 Dallas-Ft; Worth 3 Omaha: 8 Indianapolis 4 Oklahoma City 16 Denver 7 Oklahoma City 16 Denver 7 Today's Games Dallas-Ft. Worth at Louisville Omahil at Indianapolis Oklahoma City at Denver (2) Logansporf, Indiana, Piiiros-Tribune Ifinoteen MYERS LANES Final Standing INDUSTRY AND CONTRACTORS BOWLING LEAGUE May 14, 1962 W L Mnamac Automotive . .8(% 49V4 Johnson Ford Sales . ...75'/£ 60'/4 :tandai-d Food Store ...75 61 kelson Screw Products.75 61 Gibson Co. 7314 bV/ 2 Harris Glass Co 721/ 2 63'/ 2 David's Electric Co. ...69 67 Jones Heating Co 67>/£ Ayers Realtors 62 Paul's .Standard Service 57 Wilson Roofing Co ..... 56 68'/ 2 74 79 80 Myers Olds-Cadillac ...46!/ 2 89'/ 2 Season High Team Series: Myers Olds 3144, Season High Team Game: Johnson Ford 1150. Season High. Individual Series: Doyle Sheets 640. Season High Individual Game: Doyle Sheets 245. Largest, book on file in the U.S. Library of Congress is a volume of Audubon's drawings. Red Devils Will Face Tipton for City Title It will be Columbia against Tipton for the city grade school baseball championship next Tires- day. The Red Devils whipped McKinley Tuesday, 12-8, to finish undefeated in the B division. Tipton is undefeated and winner of the A crown. Columbia's Red Devils downed the McKinley Hilltoppers 12-8 to finish diivision action undefeated in grade school baseball Tuesday at the Columbia field. The B division champs now will collide with Tipton, the undefeated A division winner, for the city title next Tuesday, Wasliingto n's Continentals thumped the Jefferson Wildcats in the other grade game played yesterday 11-2 at Fairview diamond. The two contests provided plenty of lusty hitting. McKinley started fast against Columbia as Ron Schroder walloped a homer, then Dick Wells cracked a circuit blast .and later each boy added two singles. Columbia retaliated as Jerry Wolf smackiKl a home run ami single while Man Barefoot and Mark Bender each got two singles at opportune times to push (he Red Devils to victory. Jefferson got only three hits and John Babb had two of them, a homo ::un and a iriple. Washington bounced back as Stan Watkins clubbed a solo homer. Joe Reed hit a double and singles and Billy Sanders got two singles to. help bring the victory. R, H E 9 4 9 2 Columbia McKinl jy Hatcher, Nicoles and Tribbell; Wells, R;ins and Chapman. E. 8 Washington Jefferson !! 3 3 Depoy and .Watkins; Babb and Leazenby, Camp. Emerson Names New Grid Coach GARY, Ind. (UPI) - Harry Szulborsln, 34, was promoted Tuesday to the .post of head football coach at Gary Emerson High School. Szulborski has been assistant coach. 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