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SUNDAY, MAY 27,19W THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE; and LOGANSPORT PKESS, LOGANSPORT, 1NDIANAI PAGE ELEVEN. YOU ^OTTAJHJAVE 'EM BOTH Tigers Edge Post Yonks 2 To 1; Twins Holt Chisox; Boston Romps NEW YORK (AP)—Al Kaline sustained a broken collar bone Saturday while making a game- saving catch in the Detroit Tigers' 2-1 victory over the New York Yankees. Dr. Sidney Gaynor, the Yankee physician who treated Kaline at Lenox Hill Hospital said the Tiger outfield star will be out of action for about two months. Gaynor 'described the injury as "a longitudinal fracture of the edge of the right clavicle." He saxl the break was at the point where the collar bone joins the shoulder. Kaline made a diving catch off Elston Howard with two out in the ninth, landing heavily on his right shoulder. Kaline's loss came as a serious Wow to the Tiger chances. They won their fifth straight and moved into fifth place. Kaline was tied with Jim Gentile of Baltimore for the league home run lead with 13. Kaline's catch killed ofl the last chance for the Yankees and dashed the -hopes of 22,699 Yankee Stadium spectators. Hector Lopez, who had singled, was on first base with two out when Ellie Howard drove a low liner to right center. Kaline made a diving catch and landed on his right shoulder. Had he failed to come up with the ball, Lopez probably •would have scored the tying run. It was feared Kaline might have suffered a serious injury as mates gathered around him. However he started off the field under 'his own power. The pain became so intense that he fainted twice in the clubhouse and a doctor was called. After a preliminary examination in the clubhouse, Kaline was taken to a hospital for more complete examination. No indication was given as to the extent of the injury. Detroit 002 000 000—2 8 2 New York 000 010 000—1 5 0 Aguirre and Brown; , Sheldon and Howard. W—Aguirre (2-2). L —Sheldon (2-2). Home runs—New York, Skowron (7). ' Minnesota 200 110 000-4 9 0 Chicago 001 000 000-1 Ifl. 0 Pascual and Battey; Buzhardt, Fisher (5), Kemmerer (7) and Lollar. W—Pascual (7-2). L — Buzhardt (5-3). Home run — Minnesota, Killebrew (10). PASCUAL WINS No. 7 CHICAGO (AP) — Camilo Pascual, cushioned- by Harmon Killebrew's two-run homer in the first inning, pitched his seventh victory and seventh complete game Saturday as the Minnesota Twins e.nded a three-game losing streak by defeating the Chicago White Sox 4-1. The 28-year-old right-hander yielded 11 hits in expanding his record to 7-2. Pascual, last year's American League strikeout king with 221, fanned five to raise his season total to 54 and walked only one in beating the , Sox for the first time in the campaign, Killebrew parked his 10th home run'into the upper left field/deck. Scoring ahead of him was Vic Power, who hacl singled.' The Twins picked up another run in the fourth when George' Banks singled, went to third on Bernie Allen's single and scored on an infield out. They added another run in the fifth on three successive singles by Power, Sich Rollins and Killebrew without non« out. Ed Fisher then replaced starter John Buzhardt, whose loss left him with 5-3, and held the Twins hitless through the sixth when he was yanked for a pinch hittfer. Buss Kemmerer finished with a hitless performance and struck out two. 1IAIL OF HOMERS BOSTON (AP)-<Boston defeated Baltimore nemesis Steve Barber 12-6 Saturday in a hail of home runs by Gary Geiger, Carl Yas- trzemski and rookie Bob Tillman. Successive circuit blows by Geiger and Yastrzemski capping a four-run third inning put the Sox in front to stay 4-3 and were the first homers surrendered this season by . Aa-my Pfc. Barber, the Orioles' weekend wonder. The only previous loss tagged on Barber in five earlier decisions required a no-hitter by Los Angeles Bo Belinsky. When Tillman drove Barber out with a towering two-run belt in the sixth,., it marked only the second time in nine lifetime verdicts the -Sox have beaten the southpaw. Jim gentile of Baltimore took over the. undisputed American League, lead in the home run derby by -hitting his 14th off winner Gene Conley with a mate aboard in the seventh. Gentile had'contributed one of two sawi- fice flies in a three-run Oriole third which also included a double and three singles. Baltimore 003 000 201— 6 12 2 Boston 004 104 03x—12 13 1 Barber, Brown (8), Stock (7), Hoeft (8) and Lau; Conley and Tillman. W-£onley (5-4). L Barber (4-2). Home runs—Baltimore, Gentile (14). Robinson (6). Boston, Geiger (4), Yastrzemski (5), Tillman (3). A's EDGE ANGELS KANSAS CITY (AP) — Gino Cimoli's two-out single in the ninth Saning scored Dick Howser to give the Kansas City Athletics a seesaw 8-7 victory Saturday over the Los Angeles Angels. .While Cimoli's 'one-baser was the deciding hit, Ed Charles was the A's earlier batting star with a grand slam home run and a pair of singles. Lee Thomas drove in four runs' with a pair of round trip shots for' the Angels, and Leon Wagner tied the score in the ninth with his 13th four-bagger. Howser started the' ninth with a bunt single off Art Fowler, the sixth Los Angeles pitcher, and was sacrificed to second by Jerry Lumpe. After Norm, Siebern grounded out, Cimoli stroked the ball into left for the winning hit. The winning pitcher was Diego Segui (3-2) who had relieved Danny McDevitt with two out in the seventh inning. 'Los Angeles 010 040 101—7 1-1 1 Kansas City 014 002 001-S 12 0 Chance, Botz (3), Morgan (5), Grba (6), Duren (8), Fowler (9) and Rodgers; Walker, McDevitt (7). Segui (7) and Azcue, Sullivan (7). W-Segui (3-2). L Fowler (0-2). Home runs — Los Angeles, Thomas 2 (5), Wagner (12). Kansas City, Charles (4). MAYS BITS TWO SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-JWillie Mays smashed two home runs, the second with a man aboard in the 10th inning, and carried San Francisco past the New York Mets Saturday 7-6. The league's leading home run hitter belted a solo shot over the left center field fence in the eighth inning to tie the score 5-5 The Mets went ahead by a run on Felix .Mantilla's four-bagge in the 10th, but Mays won the ?ame with a one-out blast of loser Jay Hook's 3-1 pitch; hi 16th homer of the season. Harvey Kuenn had singled open the 10th, but Chuck Hille was on base after grounding int a force play. Mays, given a day of rest b; the Giants Manager Alvin Dar on Wednesday,: has blasted fiv home runs in. the three game ince then and has eight hits i 11 trips. He also contributed run-producing triple Saturday. Don Larsen, who pitched thre innings of relief, gained his thir win against no defeats. Hook who went the distance, is 3-4. New York 102 101 000 1-6 13 San Fran. 021 001 010 2—7 10 (10 innings) Hook and Chili; O'Dell, Perry (4), Larsen (8) and Bailey. W— Larsen (3-0). L-Hook (3-4). Home run — New York, Chris topher (1), "' Mantilla (3). Sa Francisco, Mays 2 (18). ArchieTo Fight Pastrano Monday LOS ANGELES (AP)-Forme heavyweight champion Joe Lou: ventures into the promotion en of -boxing for the second time i Los Angeles when he presen Archie Moore and Willie Paslran of. New Orleans in a 10-roun main event Monday night in th Sports Arena. Moore, the over-stuffed ligh heavyweight champion — in Cal fornia, anyhow — is favored t win. Moore' knocked out Argentina Alejandro Lavorante in 10 rounc in the same arena two month ago. Subsequently he stopped 'h ofttime sparring partner, Hawar King, in 75 seconds in Tijuana Mex. - ' In a -companion 10-rounder, Ei die Garcia of Denver and Ton Perez of Mexico box a return gi The .-two put on, the best of i all-star card Louis,and Jiis partne John -Horn, stageci in the aren last month. Overturns Truck Loaded With Cement Then Trouble Begins TUCSON, Ariz. Davis escaped with minor injur ies when his truck overturned Fr day. Davis was pulled quickly from the vehicle, but then the trouble started. It took a wrecker' crew. an crane more than four hours to gi the 10;ton truck .back on i wheels.' The problem was tha Davis had been hauling some.l yards of cement. While the true lay on its back, the whole ones solidified inside the mixer. MOSS IMPROVING LONDON. (AP)-Stirling Mos famed racing driver injured ser ously in a crash,' on April 2i underwent a minor nasal opera tion Saturday lo make his breath ing easier. His general conditio was reported as improving. SIGN CONTRACTS NEW YORK (AP)-All-Pro -d< fensive end Jim Katcavage ''ha signed his 1962 contract with th New York .Giants, it was an nounced Saturday.: It will be th seventh season for-Katcavage, product of Dayton. University.. Jones Is " 5 •it Favorite Pornelli's Speed Tops In Pole Position Start INWANAPOLIS, .(AS) - Rufus farnelli) Jones, 1 the race driv; r's race .driver,., is. .an .almost nanimous favoqte to win .the 6th 500-mile classic Wednesday his white Agajanian "• Special ;ays in one pieice. ' ; The 28-year-old Torrance, Calif, ro is. the solidest choice ..since ill Vukovich was practically con- eded a third straight Memorial )ay victory in 1955. Bill didn't make it. He was the nly driver killed; - while; leading he' race since tlie : classic was tarted. in 1911.. A broken axle, on Rodger Vard's car produced a.pileup,that eat Vukovich • hurtling over the utside wall.. Ward, now of Indianapolis, will je one of Jones', major- opponents Wednesday in 'a 12th straight tart. He .won in 1959 .and !has ost none of his racing cunning ,t the age of 41,. • . Jones will'be making only, his econd appearance in the. $400,000 itejnational sweepstakes but oth- r drivers, 'including popular Jim lurtubise, called him "the great- st" before, he ever, drove onto lie old 2 J /4-mile track. ' Jones led the '61 race twice but was dropped back to 12th by a ick magneto ...and a flying bolt hat struck him in the forehead. le came back this year in the ame car, an A. J. Watson crea- ion with an Offenhauser engine, and broke the one-minute barrier or one lap. His fastest circuit in the time trials was 150.729 miles jer hour. Hurtubise, who held the old rec ord of 149.601, twice wrecked his car in practice; but qualified in ;he last minutes 1 of the trial ses sion with a car he had never sa in before. The result is that 'he starts in 29th place In the 33-car leld, with little; chance to burs into the lead as he did on thi first lap of last! year's race. Hurlubise smajshed a series o records for the first 75 miles bu was stopped by piston seizure. Ward was fte second-fastes qualifier at 149.if71 in a new Wai son and Bobby Marshman, anoth er highly regairded sophomore filled out the three-car front rov by doing 149.349 ; . A, J. Foyt Jr., the USAC Na tional Big Car champion the las two years and .the Indianapoli winner last year, will start from challenging position on the insid of the second row. Staying front of the big young Texan wi be one of Jones' major problems Ward's teammate on the leat r team of Milwaukee will be vet- ran Len Button, who has never inished.. in. four previous,. starts ut. was. .the fourth-fastest. quali- er. He and Shorty Templeman, jurth 'l/ist. year, share the second ow with Foyt. Strong, contenders farther back i • the line-up include Jim Rath- iann, the 'MSOjwinner, and Troy uflmani the '52 winner, who'will :-art 30tiv and 23rd, respectively. Eddie. Sachs, who lost to Foyt y . S'/i 'seconds 1 last .year,., will :ar,t in '26th : place ;after leading le parade fdr two straight years. Only, five-newcomers will ap- ear in the lineup — Grand Prix river Dan Gurney, Costa Mesa, 'aiif.^ Jim- McEIreath, Arlington, 'ex.; Chuck Hulse, Downey, /alif.; Chuck;Rodee, Indianapolis, nd Allen Crowe, Springfield, 111. Paul Russo, an Indianapolis randfather, will start for -the 13th me. His best finish was second s co-driver withjhe late Tony Settenhausen.ih 1955..He' crashed n 1956.while leading in a Novi. This will be a drivers' race. The ars averaged 147.'330 in the trials 'hen they ran one at a 1 time. The ecord ava-age for the race proper is 139.130 by Foyt last year. Another record is certain if the ace isn't slowed too much by vrecks. A total of 33 minutes and seconds of the '61 race was run inder, the yellow caution lights, although there were .no fatal acci- lents. • Part of the increased speed evi- lently has been due to a new asphalt surface on the main stretch, leaving only one 3-fool strip of the original 1910 bricks for sentimental reasons. It may re luce tire wear, which has decidet he last two races. 'Sachs yielded the lead to Foy ast year, with only 7'/6 miles to ;o, because of a worn-out tire Vard surrendered first place to lathmann two years ago, will three laps to go, for the same rea son. Dave Porter Will Coach Jac-(en-Del OSGOOD, Ind. (AP—Dave For ter will be tire, new, basketba coach and athletic director at th Jac-CetHDel High School here. H •has been basketball coach at San Creek High School. Porter will succeed Robert Ic at Jac-Ceh-Del. Ice's future plan were not known. ProbablePitchers American League Los Angeles (Bowsf-ield 1-3 an Fowler 0-1) at Kansas City (Wick ersham'4-1 and Pfister 04). Minnesota (Lee 3-3 and Kaat 4) at .Chicago (Herbert • 4-1) an Wynn 2-3). Detroit (Foylack 2-1 and Lar 1-2) at New York (Ford 3-3 an Terry 5-4). CIveland (Perry 2-1) at Wasr ington (Daniels 1-5). Baltimore (Roberts 0-0) at Bo ton (Locke 0-0);. Nntionul League Philadelphia (Mahaffey 4-5) an Owens 1-2 or Brown 0-1) at Lo Angeles (Drysdale 6-3 and Wi liams 3-1). New York (Craig 2-5 and M zell 1-1) at San Francisco (Sar ford 44 and McCormick 1-2). Pittsburgh (Law 1-1) at Hou, ton (Johnson 2-5). Milwaukee ' (,Shaw 4-2) at S iLouis (Gibson '6-2). Chicago (Gerard 0-0) at Cincin nati (Purkey Zjl). GAME RAINED OUT SOOTH BEN0,' Ind. (AP)-Rai and wet grouncis Saturday forced cancellation of Notre, Dame's baseball game liere with Michigan State. : (AP)-"I saw that >all;i coming all. the way but I ust couldn't get out of^the way," saidlChkago slugger Ernie Banks of the pitch that put him out of action with a concussion. "lUaw it all last night, too," je added, referring to a restless nighli.at Christ, Hospital. He said, Tmj still seeing it." Former teammate Moe, Dra- Bunks Beaned, Out Of Action Villanova Rolls 4th Straight IC4ATrackJMe VILLANOVA, Pa. (AP)-Villa- lova's powerful forces rolled to .heir third straight IC4A Outdoor Track and Field Championship— and fifth in the .past six years- Saturday on the wings of a double sy Frank 'Budd and a first and xjwsjky, who threw the pitch in Cincinnati 'game against' Chi- cagofs Cubs, went up to seje Janks at the hospital Saturday.. Dralbowsky, dismayed about thje ncidient after the game, said the i-1 pitch was a fast ball that got away. Banks, the Cubs' all-time home run king as a shortstop, said the Dall!hit just under his left eair ;loSv the - protective helmet. "I: feel good except (for a little iead!ache, but they're going to me here until tomorrow second by Pat Traynor. Jumbo Jim Elliott's r ashioned morning. Dr. George Ballou, the Reds' sain physician who gave Banks another thorough examination Saturday, said, "He's doing very well,! We're getting additional Eilmii but the original Xrays didn't shovr any fracture." Whether Banks could return to the Chicago line-up for Sunday's game was'in doubt. Banks, who already has 11 home runs this season, fell.unconscious after the pitch Friday night but recovered before being taken out on a stretcher. Phoenix Fighter Floors Jap Champ TOKYO (AP) - Willie Ross of Phoenix, Ariz., floored Fiimio Kai- zu, ' Japan's middleweight champion of the Orient, twice Saturday niglit in scoring a 10-round victory. Ross weighed 160% pounds, Kaizu 160J4. The Japanese boxer was down for i a count of five in the first round and for seven in the fourth. Jcgions points in a meet which saw seven records broken and o ne tied and retired the championship trophy, but all Vilanova really needed was Budd, Traynor and Paul Drayton. Among them, they scored 27 ooints, more than second place Yale, which finished with 25'/£ points. Morgan State had 23, New York University 22'/2, Maryland 17%, and Fordham 16. Budd hustled to a 9.6 victory in the 100-yard dash and a 20.8 decision in the 200-yard dash. He was the defending champion in both, and Draylon, his shadow, finished second in both, Traynor pulled a Hercules act, winning the 3,000-meter steeplechase in a meet record 9:19.1 less than an hour and a half after finishing second to Harvard's Mark Mullin in the mile. Traynor's 3,000-m e t e r effort broke his own record of 9:25.3 set last year. Had it not been for Mullin, he would have had a second meet mark. Mullin won the mile in 4:06.4, shattering the standard of 4:07.8 set in 1958 by —of ail people— 'Ron Delany. Traynor was only three yards or so back in 4:06.9. Larry Rawson of Boston College was thirc in 4:07.1. So all the top three beat Delany's record. That was all the Wildcats needed. But Leon Pras added a 14.2 victory in the 120-yard hurdles and Doug Kerr captured the jave lin with a toss of 224 feet, Vf/ inches, and Rolando Cruz tiec with John Belitza of Maryland as both cleared 15-6 for a pole vaul Fraser Advances In Trench Tourney ' . PAJHIS (AP)—Nftale Fraser of Australia swept into the quarter- 'inals Saturday in the men's siTi- gles (if the French Tennis Tournament before rain forced postpone ment of most of the program:., The fifth-seeded Fraser easily defeated Barry Philips-Moore of South; Africa 8-3, iW, 84, 6-2. . • Donna Floyd of Arlington, Va., and Justine Bricks of St. Louis joth won their way into the third round 1 of the women's doubles:.' • Mis? Floyd teamed with Judy Tegait of Australia and defeated ?aule ; Courteix and Jacqueline Morales of France 7-5, 6-2. Miss Sricka and Margaret Smith' of Australia advanced on the default of M-iirie Burel of France and M. Lundcjuist of Sweden. meet record. The old one was 15 'eet Ijy Don Bragg of Villanova in 19116. Villanova's Billy Joe heaved the shot 50 feet, 6 inches to join 'the 00-foct club. But Gary Gubner of New York University won it with a tost of 62-1% in the trials. That smashed the 57-9VS meet record set back in 1950 by Jim Fuchs of Yale. Morgan Slate's swift guartet of John Bethea, Bob Bagley, Hubio Brown and Lawson Smart, clobbered the mile relay record of 3:12, set by Villanova two years; ago, twice. In the heats they clocked 3:11.6 and in the final lowered it to 3 : 10.6>. Before he carried the stick in the mile relay, Brown warnied up by whipping to a 48.7 victory in the 440. That broke Uiu record of 46,9 set by Basil Ince of Brown in 1959. Jay Luck of Yale accounted for the other meet record, when he skipped over the 440-yard hurdles in 51.7, orasing the standard of 52.8 set by Jim Moroland of Brown in 1960. '.. . John Thomas of Boston University won the high jump, clearing 8-9%. 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